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NOVEMBER i, ¡»94.
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The following is a fair
T hs T ime * and Farm and Fireside,
including 50 Handsome Views of
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T he T me * and S. F. Examiner . • • 3
Call.......... - 3
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New York World.
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AU other newspapers, magazine*, etc.,
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Sunday School Concert.
The following is the programme for the
Sabbath School concert wh.i h will be held
at the M. E. church here this evening;
Song by class, "Our Sunday School.”
Prayer, Rev. W. B. Moore. Remark* by
Superintendent Whipp. Song by infant
Band.” Dialogue by
Willie Hockenjos, Jessie Thresher, Earle
Shepherd and Charlie Armstrong. Reci
tation, Merle Peters. Recitation, Louie
Engledow. Song, “Lazy Dick,” Holman
Peter. Recitation, Leona Ulrich
tation, Bertha Walden. Sung, "Jewels,”
Emma Wendt. Recitation, Earle Peters.
Recitation, Verne Whipp
Little Playmates,” Victor and Ben. Ply-
male. Recitation, Flora Thompson. Reci
tation. Gertie Whipp.
Duet, Mr. and
Mi*. Shepherd. Recitation, Mabel Elliott.
Recitation, Stanford Moore. Recitation,
Maggie McKenzie. Sole, Mis« Mary
Plymale. Recitation, Isa Cook. Reci
tation, Maude Prim. Solo, “Where is my
Boy To-night,” Mr. Stevens. Recitation,
Edith Priest. Recitation, Ethel Elliott.
Song by class, “Chiming
Bell* ” Dialogue by Misses Hockenjos,
Wendt, Lewis and Eaton. Recitation,
Minnie Hockenjos. Song by choir, "Good
Night." A cordial invitation is extended
to all. Admission free.
8heriff Patterson returned from Sacra
The T ime * office is where you can get
yesterday, where he has been on of
the neatest printing done at city prices.
H. H. McCarthy, the mining mat iß at ficial business. He accompanied Sheriff Cath
Grand clearance sale at Ryan’s.
We have the best and most extensive stock
eart of Douglas county as far as Medford,
Mining deeds at the T ime * Printing of job type and stationery south of Salem. Portland.
Phil. Bliss of Applegate was amojg us OQ both being Interested in the capture of Ow
Bill Nye and Farewell, two horses well
ens, tha Coos county jail-breaker.
Geo. J. Artnsiroug has returned from known here, won nearly all the races at
Judge Hanna spent Tuesday Mght in
the fair lately held in Smith river valley.
HERE AND THERE.
Wn. Cushman and family of Trail Calif. R. B. Baber was there with Nellie B.
Geo. Brown of Eagle Point Is repsrted to
Legal blanks of all kinds at the T im s
Is making an Immense
John E. Pelton, assignee of the estate of be aulte 11L
creek precinct are in town.
Old papers for sale cheap at the T imes '
J. D. Wimer was at the county-ieat one
The round-house at Roseburg has all the
belonging thereto on Saturday, Dec. 8,189*. day last week.
way from eight to a dozeu locomotives io
See his advertisement in another column
T. J. Chapman ot Gold Hill, ths mining the stalls and yards constantly.
Mr*. Wm. Nusbaum of Chimney Rock
of to-day’s T imes .
expert, Is In town.
precinct i* in town.
Mrs. Lease remarked at a recent meeting:
Mrs. A. M. Thomas and her son Charles,
Jesse Houck and wife of Ashlani visited “When I cannot talk I want to be buried ’
A Winchester rifle can be had cheap by
as also Miss Gladys Fryer, have returned Jacksonville lately.
We’ll take your word tor it, Mary.
applying at the T imes office.
from Klamath county, where the former
Geo. W '¿tephenson and wife of Ashland
Dr. Helmbold is dead. Who does not
The weather is pleasant—could not be went to look after the estate of her son,
know Dr. H. T. Helmbold and bls remedies?
were here yesterday.
From this date we will offer our entire stock of DRESS
nicer at this time of the year.
the late Owen Grigsby.
H. E. Ankeny leaves for Salem this even A word to the wise spells advert Ise.
at Greatly Reduced Prices. These goods comprise
The board of trustees meet in regular
All kin is of fishing tackle at the
“Doc” Ruggles, the irrepressible circus ing to visit his wife.
session next Tuesday evening. .
Latest Novelties, as we have just received a large
man, has turned up in Lake county with
A county-seat war will soon be initiated 'Fall Stock, consisting of all the LATEST STYLES in the
Cal. Hinkle of Applegate will soon be a show. The performance is said to be farmer*, called one day last week,
come a resident of Jacksonville.
Goo. Childers and Mrs. Craddotk of Sam’s in Malheur county. Vale, the present coun market.
the same old thing, which he has inflicted
ty-seat, and Ontario will be the contestants.
tarried in Jacksonville Tutdlay.
Yount Bros., who are mining on Apple
We make this announcement thus early, becauee we
If you wish printing ot any kind done
gate, were in town yesterday.
The clearance sale at Ryan's dry-goods
a large stock to move and we desire to close them all
don’t forget that you can get just what you
from her prospecting trip to Applegate.
Send for the T imes and the San bran store is proving a popular one. The la
want at the Tr zs Printing House, where out between now and the first of January, in order to make
Hon. E. B Watson of Portlandia expected
dies are not slow to supply themselves
cisco Examiner. Only I3.50 a vear.
city prices prevail.
room for an entire New Spring Stock.
to arrive in Jacksonville in a tew days.
Audley Porter of Ashland makes the99th
George (Doe) Anderson, a Harney county
Mrs. Ceacil Hammersly of G*ld Hill has pioneer and stage driver, died last Friday
inmate of the Oregon Reform School.
M. Obenchain of Klamath county, whose gone to Lake county, her former home.
at Soda Springs from effects of injuries re
Jas. F. Wilson ha’s sold bis homestead
A. 8. Hammond ot Medford, attorney-at- ceived in a runaway.
eyes have been failing him, is being treated
in Uniontown precinct to a newcomer.
by Dr. Geary of Medford, the well-known law, was here yesterday on legal business.
Old papers, In quantities to suit, for salt
We have all grades and all colors in all the Staple Varl>
A son of Jacob Smith of Missouri gulch
John 8. Orth, who has been confined to at the T imes office. 60 cents a hundred.
oculist. He does not feel very much en
fell and broke one of his arms th1» week.
of Dress Goods, as well as many new kinds never be
bin bed tor the past few days, it convalesc
c ou raged, we are sorry to say.
It is asserted by one ot the partners that
Sam’s valley has a flourishing Sunday
the firm of John Warm maker spends not less fore brought to this market. CALL AND SEE THEM at
A full attendance of the members of
Mrs. Fred. Grob ot Wagner eiaek is pay than $1000 a day for advertising in the Phil
school, with Mark Clark as superintendent.
Jacksonville Fire Co. is desired at the
ing relatives and friends in Jacksonville a adelphia papers alone.
J. L. Chappell, formerly of Grant’s regular meeting which will be held next
The Farm and Fireside and 55 elegant
Pass, has become a resident of Medford. Monday evening, as business of import
Mrs. J. W. Hays and dai ti hl iter of Rock views of the World’s Fair, together with the
The Banquet is being overhauled and ance wil) come up for transaction.
Point precinct were in town one day this S emi -W eekly T ime », for the snail sum of
The personal effects of 5. H. Neatham week.
will soon present a better appearance thar.
$2.50. Now is the time to take advantage
mer, deceased, will be sold at his late resi
John B. Griffin ot Enterpr sand It. Bene ot this great inducement.
Jacksonville Fire Co. No. I is already dence on Ward’s creek in Woodville pre dict ot Applegate were In toi 1 one day this
Libertine, the three-year-old son ot Leon-
making preparations for its '1 banksgiving cinct next Saturday. See administrator’s week.
atus and Fala'se, beat Oash Day in their
notice on the last page of the T imes .
F. B. Inlow and family have removed match at Harlem,and incIdentaHy broke the
from Eagle Point to Mr. ; ’a property at world’s record tor a mile on a circular track.
Johi. Beckner of Steamboat and P.
A transit of Mercury takes place No Talent.
His time was 1:38’4, carrying ninety pounds.
Magers of Applegate were here a few days vember 10th. The planet will pass between
State Printer Baker has a valuable farm
us and the sun, taking about six hours to
day, buying cattle tor hla butebershop at near Salem, which be will run on retiring
Shakes, posts and shingles can be ob make the transit, beginning at 7:46 in the Ashland.
from office. He has made a fortune as
tained in quantities to suit at the T imes morning. It will be visible on the Pacific
Dennis Duggan, one o the prominent state printer, variously estimated sp to $5),-
farmers of Sam’s valley, (sited us a few lOO, bet ides a whole lot ot spending money.
Andrew John Anderson has filed his in
Mr. Brown, who is in charge of the days since.
The Cincinnati Post speaks in the highest
tention to become a citizen of the United Miller mine on Farmer’s flat, is making
Henry White of Rock Point was at Ash praise ot a car of prunesand plums received
■ - This is a Rare Opportunity. - -
Ryan’s - Dry - Goods - Store
This Space Reserved.
extensive preparations for the coming sea land this we-.B, to attend the funeral of Jud in that city recently from Oregon. This Is
the first fruit ever sent to Cincinnati from
son. He has built a new reservoir, several son Ganiard.
outbuildings and made quite a number of
G. W. Boggs has returred from Josephine this state. Our fruit is only beginning to
county and will soon leave for his mines on be known east ot the Rockies.
A tratnload of Oregon prunes started from
Wm. M, Smith of Eden precinct has
Mrs. John Barneburg was in Jacksonville Portland for the east this week, it consis’s
one of the finest fruit farms in the valley.
ot thirteen cars and was sent over the
It is so situated that it is sheltered from on Tuesday, aocompauled by her sister In Northern Pacific to St. Paul, where the Bur
law, Miss Mollie.
lington will take it to St. Louts. The prunes
There will be two assessment s in the A. frost,and even this year he had a full crop.
Jay Sechrist, representing Triest A Co. are from Vancouver and are shipped by F.
O. U. W for November, being 15 tor II Among other things Mr. S. shipped several
hundred dollars worth ot peaches to Port and F. H. Busby of San Francisco, smiled J. Kelly <t Co. of Seattle.
on us yesterday.
land this season.
For a pain In the side or .cbost there is
Jerry Nunan received a fine, large as
A. Z. Hammersly and ^mily ot Lakeview
Elder David Brower will hold services sortment of goods this week. Call and
There is now a project on foot to extend have arrived at Gold Hll. and will spend the nothing so good as a piece of flannel Jam p-
ened with Chamberlain’s Pain Balm and
at T»lent on the first and third Sundays of see them.
the Medford-Jacksonville-Ashland tele winter in the valley.
bound on ever the seat of pain. It affords
each month; at Enterprise school-house on
phone line to Grant’s Pass and connect with
Mark Watkins of big Applegate was in prompt and permanent relief, and if used it
Jasper Mee, son of Jas. Mee of Apple
the second Sunday, and at Lynch school
the line being built to the latter place from town yesterday, as alsc( were several miners time will a ten prevent a cold from resulting
gate, is reported to be seriously ill with
house on the fourth Sunday.
Crescent city. This would place all the from the same region.
ARRIVALS IN JACKSONVILLE.
in pneumonia. This same treatment is a
towns of the valley in cheap and easy
The following are Rev. R. Ennis’ ap-
A. A. Allen, representing the Singer 8. M. sure cure for lame back. For sale by all
Buy no grub or stump puller unless the communication with each other and with
pointments: He will hold services at
Co., was here on Tuesday, accompanied by druggists.
Dee A'lkeny, Sterling
V Cook. CU I ton
name W. Smith & Co.,La Crescent,Minn., the sea-coast.
Mr. Gibbs, the local agent.
Phoenix on the first, third and fourth Sun-
J Bowman, Salem
is cast thereon.
Wm Goldman. “
dzy mornings of each month. At Eagle
Henry Wilson, the postmaster at Welsh-
Two for the Price of One.
W. A. Cortheil, 0/ Ai Inlow an J W. L
F Calef, Chicago
The November term of the county com- ton, Florida, says he cured a case of di Neil ot AshlaniJ prec
W Johnson. Eagle Pt J Jarvie,
were In Jackaon-
Point, on the second Sunday,morning and
A W Jacobs,
J Wiley, Phoenix
probate courts will be arrhoea of long standing in six hours with ville yesterday
ha* been :oming to you regularly once a F Waizman, 8 F
J 8 Howard, Medford D Mathews, Eagle Pt.
third and fouilli SUIIUay morning«; and on
one small bottle of Chamberlain’s Colic,
week, will come twice a week. This is in W Adame, Med lord
J Owens, Big Butte
Last night as Hallow
'vBorera anu »1. kNR« Remedy.
tt a been payin
M.s J Griffin, Gnt's Ps
tbe fifth Sunday, both morning and even
dine^e'th modern progress, and is a par N
A 1 M
bet of pranks were plared by the hood pleasant surprise that Yn<a«t have
of th»1 IjMNN^fjiHcy of advance
"ft Gahigan, Portland W Hatuaway, 8 F
^ypromtwMtt srtf- has ifiSaw that itewApaper th.
the sufferer. Such cures are not unusual
There will be mass on tbe 1st Sunday lum.' about town.
Chris. Ulrich and A. Learned have re
of November at Medford at 8 and at Jack
the land. Those wishing the‘Semi-Week ----- ,
T imbs a please -
Kîehter, l.ig V Je
sonville at 10:30; on 2d Sunday of Novetn- ceived the contract for sawjng the R. R. only one or two doses are required to give
ly World and S emi -W eekly T imes can F
H Kaeppe, Wimer k.
G. F. Billings of .
d was here yester-
permanent relief. It can always be de
S Minnick,Central Pt, John Devlin,Applegate
Jacksonville at 7 and at Eagle V. R. Co.’s wood.
. s'. L. Hathaway, obtain both for the small sum of $3 a year A Johnson, Sterling Mrs.I Devlin, ••
Point at it; 0113d Sunday of November
The winter season is fast approaching and H Sparile, Williams Edith Priest. Òlty
Tbe S emi -W eekly T imes and the S. F.
special agent of the Mutual Life Ins. Co.
G Spar in.
at Jacksonville al 7 and at Medford at 10. Examiner can be obtained for|3.5oby ap it is pleasant to take. For sale by all
W. M. Mathes, one Of the pioneer farmers now is the time to supply yourself with O Mitchell, Corvallis 8 Wiltrout, Sterling
M. E. Church Directory.—Services will plying at this office.
of Eden precinct, is geltlng ready to make
C Robinson & wf, Ct Ils
Jesse Kirk, the Indian preacher, has se final proof on bls homestead in the App.u- prices.
H Bengnan. Albina
G Billlnga, Anhlaod
beheld on the 1st Sunday of each month at
Jacksonville continues to fill up, not
Mrs Boaze, Applegate
T Murry, Portland
Jacksonville at tt a . m . and 7:30 F. m . ; «nd withstanding that there are but a few
C Bennett, City
A ArmâtrongA wf.avly
Sewing Machine Supplie«.
A Turpin, Ashland
Mrs G Turpin, Ashland
the site of old Fort Klamath,one of the most
Sunday at Sterling at 11 a . m . and at Jack shanties left unoccupied.
Rev. Mr. Jones, who represents the M. E .
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
A full assortment of needles of every
beautiful and fertile spots io Oregon.
sonville 7:30 p. m . ; 3rd Sunday al Jackson
Ohureh, South, in this district, was here one
E Anderson, Gold Hill
M Connolv. City
Mr. Hover of Medford has leased L*r.
ville al 11 a , M. and 7:30 r. m .; 4th Sun E P. Geary’s farm on Griffin creek, which Game of all kinds abound there. The al day this woek, accompanied by C. Neil of description, oil cans, attachments, oil and U McGaudhen, “
lotment ot the old post is a disappoint Ashland precinct.
everything pertaining to sewing machines E Hammond, Ev. Cr. M Dovron,
day at Sterling at l> A. M. and at Jackson is one he best in that section.
N Haskins, Squaw Ck
ment to the O. N. G .as they have had
can always be found at the S. F. Variety D Griffitn. Coles
ville at 7:30 p. m . : Jacksonville prayer
T Koberta, Uniontown Jay Sechrist, 8 F
R. E. Drum and family of Table Rock pre
Dress goods are being slaughtered at their eye on it as a future encampment
B Smith, Gold Hill
meeting Thursday evening at 7:30; song
cinct have returned from Portland, but Mr.
J E Pelton, Ashland
Ryan’s dry-goods store at Jacksonville. ground, for which purpose it is admirably
service Saturday at 7:30 P. M.; Sunday
A Watkins, “
D. will soon leave for California for the ben
M Y^unt, Lttle Agate
fitted. The barracks have already been efit of his health.
school at to a . m . We invite and give all Don't wait until it is too late.
L F J uda,
a cordial welcome to our services.
Hon. W. M. Colvig has invested in an hauled away,and thus will soon be blotted
D Oiiver, Sonora
Henry Yount, ’’
S. C. Hlginbotham, who has been living In
F Ames, Applegate
W Cushman, Trail
elegant folding desk and now has one of out one of the historic places in southeast Coquille olty, for sometime past, has re
The S emi -W eekly T imes has clubbing B Kingsbury, “
H Stevens, Tacoma
Henry Holt, Colo
the neatest law offices anywhere.
turned and located in Big Butte ptecinct on arrangements with all the leading news
The following business has been trans
W. A. McGuire, a well-known citizen of land procured from bls brother William.
papers and periodicals in the Union, and
Reames, White & Co. are too bus; to
Notiee to Traveling Public.
acted in this court—Judge Neil presiding write their new advertisement, but it wil1 McKay, Ohio, is of the opinion that there
D. B. Oliver, J. B. Rinehart and L. H. is prepared to furnish any of them at
—since the last issue of the S emi -W eekly appear in the T imes next week.
The strike Is off. and harmouy prevails
is nothing as good for children troubled Patterson, who have been engaged in pros greatly reduced rates. The patrons of the
Tell all your people—aud don’t you lorget
T ime * :
pecting near Tolo, have suspended opera
Chas. L. Mosher, who was once a resi- with colds or croup as Chamberlain's tions there for the present and transferred T imes are invited to take advantage of tt—that the Northern Pacific R. R. is now
Eslatf of E. Jacobs. Will admitted to
his fact, free of charge
dent of Jacksonville, is now employed on Cough Remedy. He has used it in his their operations to Jacksonville district.
open «nd running through trains on sched
probate. Rosalie Jacobs appointed exec
family for several years with the best re
tbe Pendleton Tribune, « daily paper.
ule time between Portland and St. Paul,
utrix and Max Muller, Chas. Schultz and
sults,and always keeps a bottle of it in the
without change of oars. No delays or trans
Frank R. Neil appraisers.
bouse. After having la grippe he was
fers. This is tbe only line running uphols
Estate of M. Hanley. Order made con gratulations of her friend* over the advent himself troubled with a severe cough. He
tered tonrlst sleepers, which are as comfort
firming sale of personal property.
used other remedies without benefit and
able and more convenient to the passenger
Estate of Haskel Amy. Peter Apple- ult.
tnau ’be palace cars of any other line that
then concluded to try the children’s medi
A pleasant party took place at Red
gate, Ed. R. Owen and R. F. Maury ap-
cost you three times the amount of money.
cine, and to his delight it soon effected a
The N. P. also runs free Colonist sleepers
pointed to appraise certain property here Men’* Hall on Tuesday evening, in usic permanent cure. 50-cent bottles for sale
being furnished by Middleton & Mor-
nd the most luxurious Pullman Palace
tofore not appraised.
by all druggists.
sleepers. If you are going east, take this
Estate ot Roland Pryce. Will admitted rison.
safe, reliable rou’e, as rates are as low as by
CENTRAL POINT POINTERS.
Farmers are plowing deeper and plant
any other line and you need not go to tbe
to probate and Mary A. Pryce appointed
expense of a life or accident insurance pol
ing and preparing to plant more things
icy. For tickets or information apply to A.
than before. Herein lies great prosperity
D. Charlton, Asst. Gen. Pass. Jt Tkt. Agt.,
Circuit Court Proceedings.
Jacksonville one day this week.
Portland, or 8. F. Cass, First National Bank,
Grant’s Pass, Oregon
The following business has been trans
Dr. I. W. Geary, an excellent physician,
A California paper says: “Prof. Rork
acted in this court since the last report ot made a few brief remarks.’’ No one who has located here. He is a brother of Dr.
the S emi -W eekly T imes :
ever heard Prof. Rork will believe this Geary of M edford.
are complaining because
C. W. Kahler, administrator of the es statement.
Frank Jeffers, lately of Central Point,
I am selling goods for a very small profit,
tate of A. L. Reuter, v*. J. E. Harvey and
Hazlett, the pilgrim printer, is traveling is now a resident of Gold Hill, where he
but my customers may be sure that I will
Newman Fisher; to recover money. Judg
in eastern Oregon, together with “Rocky is instructor of the band.
not oe influenced by this, and will con
ment for $245.00
A Christian Endeavor society was or
Mountain Smith,” another veteran in the
tinuerò do good work at reasonable prices
Mitchell-Lewi* Co. v*. F. T. Downing
ganized at Central Point last week, several
as long as there is a living in the business.
and C. H. Elmore «nd J. G. Birdsey ; ap
of the young people of Gold Hill partici
A. F f . tsch , Tailor,
peal from Jackson county. Settled.
Laura Jane McElroy vs. John H. Mc- nix from Bly, but will soon return to
Klamath county, probably to engage in
Flowers for Sale.
Elroy ; divorce. Decree granted.
Owing to continued ill health I an
NEW THIS WEEK.
Fire at Medford.
A fine line of tablets, pencils, slates and obliged to sell all my house and green
Skeel & Son's planing mill was burned other school supplies has just been re house plants, and also all my chrysanthe
on Tuesday night. The loss is estimated ceived at the S. F. Variety Store and are mums, consisting ot more than four hun
Assignee’s Notice of Scìe
of Real Property.
at *3000, upon which there is an insurance sold very low.
of $1500. Tbe origin of the fire is un
M rs . L ionel W ebster ,
The Odd Fellows’ cemetery has been
In the Circuit Court or the state of Oregon,
known. This is the second lime in a very “fixed up” and presents a handsome ap
for Jackson county. In re assignment of
few years that the fire fiend has visited pearance. Others might do likewise with
B. R. Kingsbury.
U0T1CE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY
For a time it seemed a good grace.
authority vested in me an assignee ot the
The regular quarterly session of the
as if the fire would spread to adjoining
estate of B. K Kingsbury,an insolvent debtor,
Supt. Newbury will hold the next quar
11 proceed to sell at public auction to the
buildings, and some parties shifted their terly examination of applicants for teach Woman's Christian Temperance Union of
highest bidder at tbe court-house door In
movable property to a safer place; but
er»’ certificates at Jacksonville on Wednes
on Friday, Nov. 2d, beginning at 9 a . m . fl
danger was averted by the efficiency of
Saturday, December 8, 1804,
day. Nov. 14th.
AU members are requested to be present
the Medfbrd hose company.
The county clerk has issued marriage
at 2 o’clock P. k, the following real property,
belong! ng to said estate, to-wit:
license to Thomas H. Simpson and Mis»
TheEMot the SW*4, and the 8WJ4 of the
Keep Your Money at Home.
8WJ4 of Section 28. and theNEM of the NWU
Fifty acres of the choicest farm land in
A full assortment of blanks for the use
•f Section 33. all in Township 39 South, or
Range 3 West of the Willamette Meridian in
Rogue river valley can be secured at 3
of justice* of tbe peace and constables can and Mrs. Helen Thurman.
Peter Britt, who raises some of the finest
grape* in the state, has our thanks for a
Dr. G. B. Cole of Phoenix is clearing
up land, preparatory to planting hops in
Who will receive a fine Stock
of Fall and Winter Goods in a
HE official reports
show that no baking
powder received an award
over the Royal at the Chi
cago World’s Fair.
always be found at the T imes office; also
deeds, mortgages, bills of sale, leases, me
chanic's liens, bonds and every legal
blank generally used in Oregon. They
are printed after the latest and best forms,
and will be sold at Portland prices. There
is no necessity for sending away fo your
Jacksonville merchants received so
much freight this week that Engineer
Lewis hauled two loaded S. P. cars from
Medford one day this week.
Granville Childers of Klamath county,
who owns a farm in Sam’s valley, is hav
ing a new building put on it, prepara
tory to living there at an early day.
bargain by applying immediately to Par
ker & Soliss, Jacksonville, Oregon.
A full line of school Looks and othe
supplies, also tablets, fine stationery, etc.
at Dr. Robinson's City Drug Store, Jack
The judge of awards on baking
powder writes that the claim by
another company to have received
the highest award is false; that no
such award was given to it.
The Royal Baking Powder is the
purest and strongest baking powder
made, and has received the highest
award at the Great International
Expositions and World’s Fairs wher
ever exhibited in competition with
It makes the finest, lightest, sweet
est, most wholesome bread, cake and
pastry. More economical than any
other leavening agent.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YOf L
Jackson county, Oregon, containing 1H0 acres;
subject to two certain mortgage claims be
longing to Zachary Cameron, aggregating the
um of $1500.00.
Also tbe undivided one-third interest In
and to a water ditch and water right leading
from the west side of Applegate in Jackson
County. Oregon, on and over said real prop
erty above described.
Terms : Cash in hand at time of sale.
JOHN E. PELTON.
Assignee of the estate of B. R. Kingsbury,
n insolvent debt or.
SILAS J. DAY,
REAL ESTATE AGENTI
Abstracts Made at Titles to
^~t€GA l 00
Of at; kinds drawn up, esp«,lB1i, „.„ , ,(11
tn the settlement ot eataUiL -JI»
Collector of Accontili Prompt Rriniltanrr»
Investment securities a specialty. Jackson
County Scrip bought and told.
I have a complete set of maps of all survey
ed lands In this county, and receive Abstracts
monthly from Roseburg and the State Land
Department at Salem or all new entries nta de
lain thUH prepared to make oi.t houuwl. ad
papers and can save to parties the expense of
a trip to the Roseburg land office.
Number of -Fine Farm« auk
otKor dmrallt property <» my
I hnvc a
twprompt reply made to all letters.
Charges In accordance wlta tbe times.
Refers, by permission,to Hon. H. K. Hanna,
Judge of let Judicial District, and to sny
business house in Jacksonville.
8ILA8 J. DAY.
Receipt deposits subject to check or an
certificate payable on demand.
Sell eight drafts on hew York, San
Francisco and Portland.
Telegraphic transfers sold on all points
in the finited Stales.
Special attention given to Collections and
genero! businest of our customers.
8. F. CL'S,
J. P. TUFFS,
V lee President
R. A. B ooth . C nor.
!■ THE BEST.
O BIW t NO »QUEAKING.
»3.WP0LICE.3 S oles .
*2.‘U s 8 oys S chool 5 hoes .
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B« -»use, we are the largest manufacturers of
advertised shoes In the world, and guarantee
trie value by atamping the nrme and price on
the bottom, which protects you against high
prices and the middleman s profits. Our shoes
roust custom work is style, easy Siting aad
w'-arinr qualities. We have them sold every
where at tower prices for the value given tbaa
any other make. Take no aubstitate. If youz
dealer cannot supply yon, we can. Sold by
Dealer, whose name will shortly
appear. Agents wanted. Apply at
Newgp-per Artrertljing Bureau <10 -frem
btrcetl. where adver- Wlffi**« UAfBW