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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1894)
THURSDAY____ NOVEMBER 29. 1894.
Elder David Brower will hold services
at Talent on the first and third Sundays of
each month; at Enterprise school-house on
the second Sunday, and at Lynch school
house on the fourth Sunday
There will be mass on the 3d Sunday of
the month al Jacksonville at 7 o'clock and
at Medford al 10; on the 4th Sunday at
Jacksonville at 7 o'clock and al Ashland
at 11 ; on all the other Sundays and on
holidays there will be mass at Jacksonville
at 10:30 o’clock.
Carrie A With rs of Lake county, aged
; 35 years, was committ-d to th-! insane
This is Thanksgiving day
asylum this wPck
Don’t fail to attend the firemen’s ball.
■ }ohn Att was arrested at Medford last
Mining deeds at the T imes Printing week for butchering inside the city limits;
I but as he sinned through ignorance of the
Everybody should attend the Thanks law all but $5 of his fine was remitted
Dandruff forms when the glands of the
The roads are not bad as yet, though ! skin are weakened, and if neglected bald
ness is sure to follow
Hall’s Hair Re-
muddy in places.
newer is the best preventive
For first-class dentistry call on Dr J. P.
Jusljce Dunlap's court has been kept
Bradley. Ryan’s building.
rather busy lately. On Tuesday the case
The Boston Photo Co.’s car is here
of A. M. Berry vs. A. Puhi, involving
and is doing a r.ice business
$18, was tried but no agreement was ar
A Winchester rifle can be had cheap by rived at, the jury standing three to three.
applying at the T imes office.
Sincethe last issue of T he S emi -W eekly
County commissioners’ and probate T imes marriage licenses have been issued
court! will be in session next week.
to Thos. J. Wright and Miss Mary Moore,
Fresh alfalfa,timothy and clover seed for Wm. R. Byrum and Miss Ola Hensley
sale at the S. F. Variety Store, Jackson and Wallace Galbreath and Miss Mamie
Highest of all tn Lea
Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
personal mention .
HERE AND THERE.
Legal blanks of all kieds al the T imes
Ed. Cardwell ot Central Point is n town.
J. M. Chil'lers ot Sam’s valley cal^d yes j 1 Printing House.
u. H. Benson baa been convicted ot the
Joe Pi-rce is now a resident ot Forest- ¡ crime of incest at Baker city.
The nicest and fieshest candie» can al
ville, N Y.
The following are Rev. R. Ennis’ ap
E. L. Farra ot Boek Point preclne called ways be found at the 8. F. Variety Store.
pointments: He will hold services at
Eugene merchants are still hauling freight
Phoenix on the first, third and fourth Sun
L. C. Basye of Missouri Flat is paying from Corvallis by team, in competition with
; the 8. P. railroad
day mornings ot each month. At Eagle
Fall-sown grain is growing nicely and
Dr. J. -P. Bradley has opened dental , JacKsouvilte a visit.
For the latest in gent’s furnishing goods
Point, on the second Sunday,morning and
has been considerably benefited by the parlois in Ryan’s building (up-stairs) on1 A. B. Saltmarsh, F. Crump and V. I. Has-
oall at the 8. F. Variety Store. Jacksonville.
At Jacksonville, on the first,
California street, three doors east of the
The sub-oommiltoe on pensions will re
third and fourth Sunday evenings, and on
Thos. Carr and wife of Foots er oek are
post-office, Every branch of dentistry at-
port a recommendation for the appropria
the fifth Sunday, both morning and even
and the S emi -W eekly T imes together for tended to and satisfaction guaranteed.
tion of $14(>,ii0o,000 for pensions for the fis
Dr. J. P. Bradley .the demist, has Returned
$3 a year.
from his trip to Portland.
M. E. Church Directory.—Services will
The largest and best stock of blanks in
Did you ever see more beautiful fall
Miss Alice Matthews of Candy *reek is
be held on the 1st Sunday of each month at
this evening will no doubt be one of the
southern Oregon can always be found at
paying Jacksonville a visit.
Jacksonville at II A. M. and 7:30 p. M. ; 2nd
T he T imes office, which will be soldat Pert-
handsomest events of the kind that ever
Hon. Thos. Wright ot Willow Spring« pre land prices.
Sunday at Sterling at 11 A. M. and at Jack world.
took place in southern Oregon
cinct was in town yesterday.
Col. J. B. Montgomery of the Desert
sonville 7:30 r. m .; 3rd Sunday at Jackson
A Frenchman has invented a machine 1
will be a large attendance from every part
ville at 11 a . M. and 7:30 P. M.; 4th Sun was with us yesterday and delivered 68
W. P. and J. T. Ballsy of Foots crej k were which turns out 42 cigarettes a minute. It
of southern Oregon .
day at Sterling at it A. M. and at Jackson fine turkeys.
at the county-seat yesterday.
jiedtord will be hard work for the coffin trust to
Circuit court will convene next Monday,
ville at 7:30 p. m .: Jacksonville prayer
Murray Bros, have painted a neat sign
keep ahead of that game.
Mrs. J. H. Bellinger teturned to
meeting Thursday evening at 7:30; song for A. N. Soliss, the popular collector and and the prospect for a protracted term a few dajs ago from a visit to Aloaujy.
If you wish printing ot any kind done,
stems good, especially since it has been
service Saturday at 7:30 1“. M. ; Sunday insurance agent.
A. G. Johnston, form.-rly of Elgin Point, don’t forget that you can get just wbat you
decided that W. E. Howe, the defaulting
school at lo A. M. We invite and give all
want at the T imes Printing House, where
Buy no grub or slump puller unless the ex-treasurer of Klamath county, will be is now located at Bandon, Coos county
a cordial welcome to our services.
E. T. Johnson and I. N. Ford 0? Union- city prices prevail.
name W. Smith & Co.,La Crescent,Minn., tried in Jacksonville then .
A chrysanthemum is about as handsome
town precinct were among us yesbirday.
is :ast hereon.
“I escaped being a confirmed dyspeptic
Terry ByrDe of Squaw creek marie rela as a half-drowned cat or a turkey buzzard.
Correspondence from every portion ol by taking Ayer’s Pilis in time.” This is
The Boston Photo. Co. have arrived
tives and friends in town a visit lost week. But they’re In style, nevertheless.
in Jacksonville with their car and will re southern Oregon solicited by T he S emi the experience of many. Ayer’s Pills,
Governor Pennoyer, who has not said
C. H. Basye, the blacksmith, is being vis
main until next Thursday, December 6th. W eekly T imes .
when taken as an after-dinner pill or as a ited by his mother, who resides on Missouri anything for several days, figures out that
'I he excellent character of the work done
Japan told Cleveland to mind his own busi
The freshest and best stock of candies, remedy for liver complaints, indigestion, Flat.
by them can be seen from the samples dis nuts, tropical fruits, etc., at the S. F. flatulency, water brash and nausea, are
ness, «nd hence is quite pleased at the con*
Henry Kiippel is now a resident of Med •
dition of affairs.
played, which are first-class in; every re Variety Store. Call and see.
ford, having moved his family thither a few
spect. 1 heir group pictures show much
The Farm anil Fireside and 55 elegant
Dr. Bradley is building up a good busi
T he T imes erred in announcing that days ago.
views of the World’s Fair, together with the
artistic taste, especially in arrangement, ness because he always gives satisfaction J. C Brandon was one of the applicants
Miss Anna Grlsez, who has been paying
S emi -W eekly T imes , for thesmall sum of
and arc a radical departure from the usual and charges reasonable prices.
at the late teachers’ examination who re friends at Eagle Point a visit, returned on $2.50. Now is the time to take advantage
stiff method of posing. The car will re
Send lor the T imes and the San Fran ceived a first-class certificate.
01 this great inducement.
main open during Sunday for the taking
Sheriff Lane of Lake county passed
cisco Examiner. Reduced to only $3.00 a Prof. J. C. Barnard, the popular and
Near Fresno, Cal., Thursday, a young gir)
oi negatives, and all work done by Mon
efficient educator, who received first honors through the valley this week, en rente to named Maggie Warner accidently banged
day will be finished before the company
on that occasion.
herself while playing tn a barn. She had
Yesterday was baby’s day, and the Bos
leaves. Rain or shine, it makes no dif
Mrs. Theo. Cameron, who is suffering with climbed on a box, put her head through a
Jesse D. Neathammer of Pleasant creek
ference; in fact, cloudy weather is preferred
a tumor, will leave tor Portland soon for rope and lost her footing.
precinct has contncted with the Jackson
for taking negatives and finishing them. number of promising infants.
At Bprlngfleld, Mass., on the 24th, the
ville Marble Works forafine tombstone,to
I he new Mantellsize, between a card and
A full assortment of the latest styles of
Wm. Nusbaum and Mrs. 8. Kliogleot Lake ■core of the first half of the football game
mark the last resting-place of his deceased
a cabinet, will be made for $2 per dozen; men’s hats—the most popular shapes and
creek district were here on business a few was, Yale 12; Harvard 4. Several players
wife in the Rock Point cemetery. It will days since.
cabinets $a • 5°. Call early and get your colors—at the Jacksonville Cash Store. *
were injured. Neither side scored in the
be one of the handsomest in that burying-
photographs finished before the car
Phil. Bliss and wife (nee Miss Lulu Du- second half, and Yale therefore won.
Chris. Ulrich shipped a carload of empty
ranzo) are spending Thanksgiving day in
cans to Portland one day this week. This is
The Police Gazette, whose circulation Is
A cup of muddy coffee is not wholesome, Jacksonville.
prohibited by law in Oregon, is trying to get
decidedly a new industry for this section.
We Won’t Stand it Longer.
neither is a bottle of muddy medicine.
Thos. H. Whelply of Flounce Bock pre some free advertising by sending notices to
T. J. Kenney did not buy and ship as One way to know a reliable and skillfully- cinct made his Jacksonville friends a visit a the press offering a reward of $500 for the
A man who refuses to take a newspaper
out ol the postotfice, for which he is al many turkeys this season as usual, as the prepared blood-purifier is by its freedom few days since.
recovery of the heavy-weight champion
ready owing, is in the eyes ot the law a San Francisco and Portland markets are from sediment. Ayer’s Sarsaparilla is al
Miss Kate Lemberger .court stenographer, ship belt stolen from Jas. Corbett.
ways bright and sparkling, because it is has returned from her official trip to Lake
petty thief, and can be prosecuted. Mor weak.
In spite of the assertion of Estee, Be
and Klamath counties.
publican candidate tor governor of California,
ally speaking, he is worse than one. T he
Hotel de Patterson has another boarder, an extract and not a decoction.
Doctors Geary of Medford and Songer ot that he does not wish to oontest the elautlon
T imes has bad a great deal of experience Townsend, the sneak thief, having been
A number of the teachers of Jackson
with just such people. We have put up lodged there by Constable Real of Ash county are attending the institute at Ashland were in Jacksonville yesterday on of Build, Democrat, the Republican state
committee has decided to make a contest.
with it until “forbearance ceases to be a land.
Grant’s Pass and others will follow. It
Thousands of people stood in a drizzling
virtue,*' and if a small earthquake strikes
A fine line of tablets, pencils, slates and promises to be one of the most interesting
rain waiting tor their turn* to look upon the
some dishonest individuals they need not other school supplies has just been re ever held in this district. Supt. McElroy
face ot the dead Czar ot Russia. When Al
daughter. Miss Carrie.
be surprised. If you can’t afford the ex ceived al the S. F. Variety Store and are and others who are prominent in educa-
exander III vas alive it was looked upon os
pense of a newspaper, don’t take it. If sold very low.
cational matteis are in attendance.
mining in Siskiyou county, Calif., made T he dangerous for him to come in such close
y<-u are owing (gt_»ubacriplion, square up
contact with the populace.
The Pacific Nursery Co. of Tangent, T imes a visit not long since.
A number of the leading citizens of
»¡id discontinue it like a man. News
Geo. D. Ridinger of Albany, r^-wWlxL The “**88n»ont roll of 1894 of Uulou
Klamath county will be in Jacksonville Linn county, which grows some of the
paper men are human, like other people.
next week in the capacity of witnesses in cleanest, choicest orchard stock in the known bridge builder, paid Jacksonville a county shows a total valuation ot about $3,-
000,000, Whjoh is nearly $1,000,000 less than
northwest, is offering its entire product visit the forepar t of the week.
the Howe case.
if rest Reduction in Price.
last year. The shrinkage was owing to the
at extremely low rates. Here is an oppor
J. B. Welch has moved his saw-mill
The San Francisco Examiner will give
tunity that horticulturists should not neg terday. He will leave for Grant’s Pass this fact that the assessor regarded values as
having depreciated about 30 per cant.
away at its next annual drawing 9000 pre from Sam's valley to the Meadows, and is lect. See the advertisement in another evening, to attend the institute.
miums, aggregating in value $145,000. manufacturing a first-class article of lum column for particulars.
Old papers, In quantities to suit, for sale
Will. Nickerson and wife of Klamath coun
at the T imes office. 50 cents a hundred.
Each subscriber also receives a fine picture ber, as usual.
The overland train was delayed several
worth in the market more than the price of
This being Thanksgiving day, a holiday
Tom Watson, the Populist candidate from
hours yesterday by a large quantity of dirt valley about the first of the year.
the 10:h Georgia district, has accepted Rep
the paper. These are splendid induce which is observed throughout the whole
caving in tunnel 4, which is located in
resentative Black’s offer to settle the con
ments, because the Examiner is the best country, the public buildings as well as
Cow creek valley. The northbound train owners ot the Good Luok mine in Jackass troversy of whether a Populist or a Demo
newspaper on the coast and is well worth the schools are closed.
reached the obstruction first and was de
crat was elected on Nov. 7th, by trying it
alone the $1.50 a year that it costs. If
Considerable rain has fallen during the tained more than 10 hours. The ain,
H. E. Ankeny returned from 8alem yes over again. There’s nothing small about
you subscribe now you can get the T imes past few days,to the advantage of farmers.
which fell in torrents for nearly a day,was terday. He informs us that bis wife his re Tom, especially when he gets the big end of
and Weekly Examiner one year each for The miners have not received any sub
covered sufficiently to return home next the thing.
the cause of the slide.
only $3.00. This clubbing rate entitles stantial benefit as yet.
Chas W. Fulton seems now to be leading
Henry Wilson, the postmaster at Welsh-
the subscriber to a ticket in the drawing
John J. and Jesse D. Neathammer, two of among the rank and file ot his patty and
The Jacksonville Cash Store has just re ton. Florida, says he cured a case of di
the prominent citizens of Pleasant creek has lots of supporters in 1 be coming legis
and all other special privileges.
ceived a new lot of ladies’, gents’ and arrhoea of long standing in six hours with
precinct, made T he T imes a pleasant call on lature. A local poli’ician thinks that if
children’s shoes; also the latest in dancing or<e small bottle of Chamberlain’s Colic,
Dolph fails of re-election that Lord will win.
A Chance for Hustlers.
pumps and opera slippers.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. What a
Will. Muller, who has been studying phar But Fulton is looming up big on the politi
We want several wide-awake canvassers
Mrs. M. A. Pryce ot Gold Hill precinct pleasant surprise that must have been to macy in Ban Francisco for the past two cal horizon. He may be the coming man
to represent the S km :-W eekly T imes in has been appointed executrix of the estate the sufferer. Such cures are not unusual years, arrived here yesterday, to pay his old
this und adjoining counties, in connection of the late Dr. R. Pryce,and elsewhere gives with this remedy. In many instances home a visit.
For a pain in the side or chest there is
with the National Newspaper Union. the usual notice to creditors.
only one or two doses are required to give
Mrs. Roberts, the venerable mother of nothing so good as a piece ot flannel damp
The work is new, popular and very profit
A persistent pain in the back indicates permanent relief. It can always be de Mrs. C. H. Daley, is dangerously ill, and ened with Chamberlain’s Paiu Balm and
able, requiring neither capital nor previous
trouble in the kidneys. To stay the pro pended upon. When reduced with water several physicians have been tn consulta bound on over the seat of paiu. It affords
experience. It is worth looking after, and
tion ever her case.
prompt and permanent relief, and it used ii
gress ot disease, use Dr. J. H. McLean’s it is pleasant to lake. For sale by all
if you want a right good thing in the way
time will often prevent a cold from resulting
Liver and Kidney Balm
scalped his victims in Bogue river valley in pneumonia. This same treatment is a
of light, pleasant and profitable employ
Some excellent reading matter apropos
during the fifties, is in this section, accom sure cure for lame back, For sale by all
ment it will pay you to investigate at
Harry Waite, the spiritual medium who
once. There is money in it for hustlers. to our national holiday, which is now be lately gave performances at several points panied by his brother. They now live in druggists.
ing observed, will be found on the first
Shippers and packers of appi«« should
Write for full particulars to
i* the valley and who was exposed in
and last pages of to-day’s T imes .
A. E Reames now occupies an office in make it a point 10 pack honestly ; that
T he N ational C o ., St. Louis, Mo.
Albany and Salem, was formerly John the Portland Savings Bank building and has have the fruit run alike all through. Do not
A great many hogs are being slaugh
King, who gave public seances in Port laid the foundation for a lucrative business. endeavor to cause deception by placing
tered, although still more are being
Circuit Court Proceedings.
land and offered to make mediums out of He is a hard student and possessed of a good good, large, sound fruit on top and bottom
shipped. This will scatter a considerable
The following business has been trans
a number of his followers, provided they mind, the necess iry attributes of a success of the box, an J fill It up with gnarly, wormy
sum of money among our farmers.
acted in this court sincethe last report of
and decayed fruit. It doesn’t pay. The
put up enough money in advance. The ful lawyer.
The T imes office is where you can get coin was paid, but King skipped out
the S emi -W eeklv T imes :
Mother Provincial of the Order of Jesus deception is easily detected, and merchants
Reames, White 4 Co. vs. Jane and the neatest printing done at city prices. without fulfilling his promise.
and Mary made 8t. Mary’s Academy in d > not care to have fraud practiced upon
them; neither do they care to practice it
Chas. Lewellen; to recover money, Judg- We have the best and most extensive stock
W. A. McGuire, a well-known citizen of Jacksonville a visit of several days last upon their customers.
of job type and stationery south of Salem.
week, [paving for Portland on Sunday. She
ment for $56.41.
McKay, Ohio, is of the opinion that there
An elegant line of gent’s furnishinr s nothing as good for children troubled was accompanied by two sisters of the same
Taylor et al. vs M W. Wheeler et al. ;
CENTRAL POINT POINTERS.
order, who have also returned home.
goods—the most stylish in the market -1 with colds or croup as Chamberlain s
in equity. Argued and submitted.
has just been received at the S. F. Variety Cough Remedy. He has used it in his
Judge Day of Jaek-iouville spent a day
Store, Jacksonville. Prices the lowest. family for several years with the best re interested in the mail route between Grant in town this week.
A Serious Accident-
and Goldendale and is prospering. He has
W. D. Cole of Sam’s valley, while en
If you want something nice in dancing sults,and always keeps a bottle of it in the also engaged in the hotel business at the
New sidewalks are being built on Pine
gaged in hauling wood one day last week, pumps, opera slippers aud shoes of all house. After having la grippe he was first-named plaeo, aud was at rortluud last street, which are needed.
was so seriously injured that he may not kinds,go to Cronemiller & Love’s Jackson himself troubled with a severecough. He week buying furniture for the same.
Mrs. J. W. Merritt attended the en
survive long. It is not known how the ville Cash Store.
Prices to suit the used other remedies without benefit a.id
Will. Miller, who has been spending some tertainment at Jacksonville Wednesday.
accident occurred, as Mr. C. is unable to times.
then concluded to try the children’s medi time in Jacksonville, left for Oregon city
The lumber for the Methodist parson
give the particulars. He was found un
Dennis Crowley of Klamath county has cine, and to his delight it soon effected a yesterday. He will probably return in the age came up from Grant’s Pass and build
der the wagon and wood and removed to become almost totally blind, the result of permanent cure. 50-cent bottles for sale
his mine in Jackson creek district, although ing has been commenced.
his resideuce, where Dr. Biadley of Gold a trip across the snow several winters ago, by all druggists.
he la under the impression that it was salted
A party of young folks' attended the
Hill is attending him.
with little hope for the restoration of his
by some designing individuals.
performance at Medford one night this
week and bad a lively experience, their
A Card of Thanks.
From a late Tacoma paper T he T imes
The Silver Lake Victim.
Dr. Bradley, the dentist who has located
vehicle breaking down and everything
We wish to extend our sincere thanks
learns that the charges made against G.
in Jacksonville, comes well recommended.
Oakland, Cal., Nov. 23.—The identity else going wrong.
to the friends who so kindly bestowed their
W Boggs are groundless and exist only
He practices in every branch in his pro
of the Oakland man who was murdered
The body of the little son of Mr. and
assistance and sympathy during the ill
in the fettile imagination of personal and
fession. and those who have tried him are
near Silver Lake, Or., sometime ago
Mrs. P. 0. Applegate was taken to the
ness of our son Verne. We shall always well satisfied with his work.
political enemies, who preferred them
has not been established, at least so far as
old family graveyard at Yoncalla, Doug
hold them in grateful remembrance.
with malice aforethought. The Tacoma
the police have been intermed
The price of T he S emi -W eekly T imes
las county, for burial. Mr. A. returned
P. O. and J osephine A pplegate .
Ledger, speaking of this matter, says:
was acting as chief ot police, Captain on Tuesday, but his wife will remain for
and the S. F. Examiner has been reduced.
Central Point, Nov. »7.
“Though neither of the experts will talk
Fletcher wrote to the officials al Silver a few weeks, visiting relatives.
You can get both of them one year for
on the subject, it is stated positively that
Lake asking for a photograph of the vic
Laud For Sale.
all the books and accounts have been found
tim, but thus far no feply has been re
leges are included in this offer.
to be correct to the exact cent. Nothing
Fourteen acres of fine alfalfa land lo
business has been trans
ceived. The fear thait has been enter
Geo. Scbumpf, better known as the has been found to excite the slightest sus
cated one-quarter of a mile west of Cen
tained that the murdered man was Charles acted in this court—Judge Neil presiding
tral Point and adjoining the fair grounds. man who never says a word, has had his picion, it is stated on good authority, leav Schaessens, a waiter of this city, has been —sincethe last issue of the S f . mi W eekly
residence renovated and painted and it ing out of account the ex-treasurer's trans
For particulars call on or address
increased by the fact that Schaessens, who T imes :
presents a much improved appearance, actions with the State Savings bank, which
J. D. S tevens , Jacksonville. Or.
went to Oregon on the 2oth of last month
Estate of A. W. Furman Order made
John Latschaw did the work.
are being investigated by the city attor
comfirming .-ale of real property.
Where to Go-
Estate of J. C. Durkee. W. M. Colvig
Don't fail to read the advertisement of ney.”
have returned yesterday, and has not made
appointed administrator and J. R. Tozer,
No better house can be found n Borl S. Rosenthal, the popular Medford cloth-
appearance at the restaurant in ques- Robt. Taylor and H. S. Emery appraisers.
U. S. Gov’t Reports 1 his
and than the new Esmond notei, con,
ier, , who is determined to sell his fine,
tion. The fact that Schaessens is still
Estate of Isaac Constant. Semi-annual
ducted on the American or European plan |arge stock of goods, and has marked
show Royal Baking Powder I missing lends color,to the story that he statement filed showing a balance of
’ has been done away with.
with reasonable prices for al . Try it I everything down to cost.
Lsuperior to all others.
Jacksonville as a Show Town.
The Stuttz Dramatic Co. gave a ]*i- !
formanca at the U. 8. Hall last night, 1
which was witnessed by a full house. |
“The Danitee.” a drama written by Joa
quin Miller, who resided in southern
Oregon and northern California in pio
neer days, was put on the boards and
admirably presented. It is said that
two of the acta were written in Jackson
ville. which made the play of local in
terest. Mr. and Mrs. Stuttz are both
well and favorably known to the dramat
ic world, and their large company
comprises a number of clever per
formers. An excellent band of mueic
also accompanies them. Mr. Stuttz has
teen here before and then met with a
< ordial reception; but not more so than
was accorded him this time. He in
formed T he T imes that the receipts at
the door yesterday evening were $175,
which emphasizes what has always been
contended by those in position to know
—that Jacksonville is the best show town
in southern Oregon. Certain residents of
neighboring towns have for sinister rea
sons prejudiced theatrical managers
against this place,and many of them have
been foolish enough to take stock in their
misrepresentations; but those who have
brought their troupes here have never
regretted it, if they deserved patronage
what a comfort it is to
have ready at hand a
remedy that never fails
to relieve Constipation,
and that, without pain or
discomfort; and almost
immediately cures head
aches, and dispels every
symptom of Dyspepsia.
Such a remedy is found
in Simmons Liver Regu
lator—not a sweetened
compound to nauseate, or
an intoxicating beverage
to cultivate an alcoholic
appetite, but a medicine
pleasant to the taste, and
perfectly harmless when
given to the smallest
child. S. L. R. never
disappoints. It possesses
the virtues and perfec
tions of a reliable remedy
of the kind endorsed by
“ It afford« me pleasure to add my testi
mony to those you receive annually In
reference to your valuable medicine. I
consider Simmons Liver Regulator the
beet family medicine on the market. I
have prescribed it with excellent results."
—W. F. P ark , M. D., Tracy City, Tenn. ,
Notices for the location of placer and
quartz mines, etc., for sale at the T imes
NEW THIS WEEK.
Deeds, just the thing for transferring
mining property of all kinds, at the T imes
TREES ! !
The late rains have started some of the
placer mines, but much more is needed in
some localities before active operations
can be commenced.
The American Mining Code, standard
authority on all subjects pertaining to
mining, water-rights, etc., is kept for sale
at the T imes office
For the next THIRTY DAYS
we will sell NURSERY STOCK
Wimer Bros, and Simmons, Cameron
& Co. have resumed operations at their at the following prices:
extensive placer mines in Waldo precinct, Apple, 1 year old. 4 to e feet. C cents.
and will doubtless make a first-class show Pears, 1 year old, 4 to 5 feet, f cents.
Pears. 2 years o d, a to 7 feet. 6 cents.
Cherry, 1 year old. 4 to 5 feet. 6 cents.
Plum, I year old, 4 to 6 teet, 4 cents.
News has been received from Gall’s Plum, 2 years old, 5 to 7 feet, 4 cents.
I year old. 4 to 6 feet, 2 cents.
creek that the ore in Kubli & Knight’s Plane, Italian.
fiahan, 2 years old. 5 to 7 teet, I cent.
year old. 4 to 6 net. II4 cents.
mine is getting richer than ever and that
Prune. Petite, 2 years old, 5 to 7 feet. 1 cent.
the vein is a foot and a half wide. Some Prune, Italian. 1 year old. 3 to 4 feet 1 cent
Petite 1 year old. 3 to4 ’«et. 44 cent.
of the rock prospects fabulously—thousands Prune,
Peach, 1 year old. S54 t<> 5 feet, 3.cents.
Apricot, 1 year old, 3J4 to 5 feet, 4 cents.
of dollars to the ton.
It is likely that the Seattle parties who
have negotiated for the purchase of J J.
Neathammer’s placer mints in Pleasant
creek precinct will take possession in the
near future, as they are an excellent prop
erty. One thousand dollars has already
been paid on the purchase price.
This stock is on rented ground
and has GOT TO BE SOLD.
Pacific Nursery Co.,
Strayed, from the Field farm in Sterling-
ville precinct, during the latter part of
March, a bay mule, about five years old, In the County Court ot the State of Oresron,
County of Jackson.
with a long, dark mane and tail,no brands
In the matter of the estate of Roland Pryce,
or other marks perceptible. A suitable re
otice is hereby given that the
ward will be paid for his leturn. Enquire
undersigned has been appointed by the
county court of Jackson county, Oregon, sit
at the T imes office for particulars.
ting in probate, executrix, under the will, ot
the estate of Roland Pryce, deceased. All
persons having claims against the estate will
§ resent them to the undersigned at her resi-
ence nea» OoM H4H, Oregon, or at the law
Dr. J. W. Odgers, the Medford dentist, oflied of W. I. Vawter. Medford, Oregon, with
vouchers attached, within alx months
will make his regular visit to Jacksonville, from the
ti'-st publication of this notice.
Dated Nov. 29.1894
which will be in a short lime. Every des
MARY A. PRYCE,
cription of work in the dental line satis Executrix of the estate of Roland Pryce, do-
factorily executed at reasonable rates.
W. I. V awter , Attorney.
J acksonville ,
O regon ,
Is making an Immense
From this date we will offer our entire stock of DRESS
GOODS at Greatly Reduced Prices. These goods comprise
all the Latest Novelties, as we have just received a large
Fall Stock, consisting of all the LATEST STYLES in the
We make this announcement thus early, because we
have a large stock to move and we desire to close them all
out between now and the first of January, in order to make
room for an entire New Spring Stock.
- ■ This is a Rare Opportunity. - -
We have all grades and all colors in all the Staple Vari
eties of Dress Goods, as well as many new kinds never be
fore brought to this market. CALL AND SEE THEM at
Ryan’s - Dry
: new :
Fall and Winter Goods
Are now being Received
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