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HE DEMOCRATIC TIMES.
LOCAL NO reft
Taxes are now due.
President McKinley’s second term
Plant your spring advertisement in
T hs T imbb .
I P. F. Swayne of Applegate was with
Spring seems to be with us, as the
weather is pleasant.
|| Mr». Ilattie White of Medford is in
KJ as. D. Keifer ef Salt Lake Is stop-
pltig tn Jacksonville.
S mih . h Amy Cantrall has become a
Msideot of Jacksonville.
Kj. Voyle and his family are again
l|sidentH of Jacksonville.
»Shearer Bros.,the Steamboat miners,
were with us not long ago.
rflMrs. Ralph Jennlngsof Sterllngville
la visiting In Jacksonville.
R. A. Pierce has removed
Gold Hill to Grant’s Pass.
If you never had any good photos
before, try Mackey & Boyd.
Elegant home-made candies of all
kinds a specialty at Joe Wetterer’s. *
The county commissioners’ court
meets this week, beginning on the Sth
Divorce cises will be
when circuit court meets again, as
MHon. Geo. W. Colvlg of Grant’s
K isb was In Jacksonville Sunday.
M. Vaughn now resides in Table
Rock precinct, where be is engaged In
■ Z. Cameron, the Uniontown capi-
■list, was with us last Thursday.
III. Tuttle has gone to Sumpter,
Louis II. Plymale is tilling a good
position wltti Merrill’s bicycle agency
S. L. Benson, the well-known miner,
has removed from
■ Mrs. C. C. Pursel of Applegate spent
days in Jacksonville last
■ 11. E. Ankeny has gone to Klamath
Munty, to look after ills Interests
■ F. O. Hurd, the genial promotor of
■lining enterprise», made us n call
You can get the most candy for
your money at “The Boss.” Satisfac-
Have your photo» made while
Mackey & Boyd are in town, during
the next two week».
The roll for 1900 lias been turned
over to Sheriff Orme, and be Is now
ready to receive taxe».
■ Mrs. Wm. Moore of Central Point
made T he T imes a plea»antcall a few
E. Earhart, lately of Gold Hill, has
become a resident of Crescent city,
Calif. Success to him.
■ Thos. Roberts and C. B. Watson of
Wm. Russell, tbe brick manufactur
Rshland were at the county-seat one
er, formerly of Jacksonville and Gold
■ay last week.
I Mrs. E. E. Oore of Medford, who is Hill, Is located at Ashland.
leaching a class in music, is consider
Before long Ruch will be connected
wltii Jacksonville and Sam’s valley
with Gold Hill by telephone.
■ CW. Cottam.tbe genial repre«enta-
ll've of W. J. Keller & Co., arrived on
Joe Wetterer makes a specialty of
ficaii caudlee, nuts,
ShU morning's train.
tropical and other fruit», etc.
I J B. R. Morelock, D. Richards and
All kinds of fruit,including oranges,
$!r Sperry of Gold Hill were at the
bananas and lemon», also vegetable»,
I Miss Bessie Nickell, who has been cheaper tiian tlie cheapest at “The
Whiting in Portland and Salem, re
sumed home 8aturday.
seen on our streets every day would
I Mrs. n. E. Ankeny of Eugene, who indicate a livening up of business
Las been visiting in this section, re
turned home last week.
8. Shattuck, one of Hie cattle kings
I J. F. Garrison and Geo. Ti.wne of
or Siskiyou county, Calif., was in this
Kterllngville precinct were in Jack
section last week, looking for some of
sonville one day last week.
I Rev. and Mr». J. F. Wallace of Ash
Bring the little folks while the
land, Geo. Lyman and wife of Gold
photo tent is In town.
p I 111 were in town Saturday.
reel good arter a »lx or eight mile
Mrs. W. M. Colvlg weut to Medford drive.
phis morning. She is convalescing
The streams were quite high for
tfrom a severe attack of sickness.
sometime. It hus been impossible to
Frank Ankeny and Roscoe Cantrall cross tlie Applegate at the usual ford
left for Klamath county Friday. The ing places.
latter’s family will soon )oln him.
M.Spahn and Frank Richter, two
Dr. J. Bohannon, the noted cancer veterans of the civil war, were in
specialist, arrived In Jacksonville to Jacksonville on the 4th, that being
day, to pay C. W. Kahler a visit.
F. M. Wade and I. B. Hammond
arrived from Portland last week, and
are at the Applegate Water Co.'s mine.
W. H. Bostwick of Applegate and
Geo. A. Dunlap of Medford »pent
a few hours in Jacksonville Saturday.
Rev. J. W. Craig of Klamath Falls,
who Is laboring in the Interests of the
A.O. U. W., was in Jacksonville Fri
I. Humason, a prominent operator
In mines, and Postmaster Reames of
Gold Hill spent Saturday in Jackson
Fred. Nell, who bolds a prominent
position in the Portland Business
College, Is visiting his home in Ash
Will. McDaniel has become a miner,
and will operate with Chas. Snow in
Hie Owings mines in Jackson creek
Miss Mollie John, one of the most
popular young ladles of Josephine
county, 1« in Jack»onville.paying Mrs.
Si. Hines a visit.
B’. Bush, a prominent official of
k,»ie Sunset Telephone Co., passed
through the valley Friday, en route
|to San Francisco.
W J. Plymale, who was chief clerk
of the senate’s enrolling committee
During the late session of the legisla
ture, has returned home.
I J. T. Williamson is being visited by
lil* brother, Ott Williamson, E. Mof
fatt and A. Allen, all of whom are
faromlnent citizens of Muncie, Ind.
[ E A. Swope, who has been at Salem
during tbe late session of the legis
lature, returned to Ashland Friday.
fWe are pleased to learn that his
health is improved.
A s the weather iias been very stormy
tlie Mackey & Boyd photo tent will
remain in Jacksonville
middle of March.
Justice Osborn and II. H. Hughes
of vVood vllle were in Jacksonville last
week, on business peculiarly interest
ing to tbe latter.
Rheumatism in all Its forms is
promptly and permacently cured by
Hood's Sarsaparilla, which neutralizes
the acidity of the blood.
J. M. Caruthers, the pioneer candy
manufacturer of southern Oregon, is
now located at Gold Hill, where be is
building up a good business.
J A. Rhoten of Kane's creek, the
well-known pocket-hunter is in town.
He reports that several rich strikes
have been made in that section lately.
Martin Angel, a native of southern
Oregon, is sojourning in Portland.
He will soon return to Alaska, where
he has spent several seasons and done
Salt fish, new barrel of bloater
mackerel, Columbia river salmon bel
Iles, boneless codfish, during the
Lenten season at Nunan's. Jackson
Thos. E. Hammersly, who is a mem
ber of Baker city’» police Torce, is pay
ing southern Oregon a visit. He re
ceived a warm we'come from his many
Five trustees, a recorder, marshal,
treasurer and street commissioner
will tie elected at the ensuing town
election. An interesting contest is
Jay Davis and 11 Edwardsof Central
Point tiave contracted with Muller &
Ulrich to haul a large quantity Of
wood from Jackson creek district U)
I Mrs. C. C. Croner of Eugene Is visit tlie railroad..
ing in Jacksonville, the guest of
Have you seen those big oranges at
kllsses Helms. She was Joined Sun-
“The Boss," two for live cents? 1 get
Bay by her husband, who Is one of
m.v oranges direct from the grower,
rlugene’s peace officials.
and they ripen on the tree; they are
I C. C. Beekman, J. W. Opp and J. tine and cheap.
II Huffer went to Medford today, to
Dr. C. Vroman lias purchased 1. W.
lomplete the transfer of a consider
Cox’s blacksmith shop at Gold Hill.
able area of valuable mineral ground,
The latter has Isiugbt a farm on Deer
lltuated In Jackson creek district.
creek, Josephine county, and will take
I II. H. Sparlln, a prominent Citizen possession soon.
|f Josephine county, and. one of T he
J. P. Harr, who has been a resident
1' imes ’ staunchest and oldest friends, of Jacksonville for sometime, recently
lade us a pleasant call Friday. He
purchased 8. Arrasmlth's ranch, sit
Kports William» creek In a flouri»h- uated In Watkins precinct, and will
take possession soon.
I W. D. O’Brien arrived In Jackson-
John 8. Herrin of Ashland ha «com
■ lle Friday, from Josephine county, menced suit for divorce against his
■turning Sunday. lie report» that wife, who now resides at Ciinton,
Ke miners have an abundance qf lows, alleging desertion.
later and excellent prospect» for a Colvlg is his attorney.
Ing and remunerative ran.
H. G. Dox respectfully ask« tbe suf
lilenresentatlve Emmltt. one of the
Kt1faithful and reliable member» frages of tbe voter« of Jacksonville at
the ensuing municipal election. He
■ the late legislature, passed through is a good penman and well qualified
■e valley Friday, an route to hl» for the position of recorder.
■fte in Klamath county.
Bimaker was aboard the same train.
Horse and Jack bills printed at T hb
T imes office in the best style and at
reasonable rates. We have a large
and elegant assortment of engravings
t two-seated, one-horse
Address Box especially designed for that ciass of
Millions of people are familiar with
DeWitt’s Little Early Risers, and
Propertv for Sale.
’he undersigned cffershls residence, those who use them find them to be
famous little liver pills. City Drug
sted in the best part of
Store and Dr. J. Hinkle, Central
le, for sale at a
Persons who cannot take ordinary
pills find Ita pleasure to take DeWitt’s
Miss Mamie Nicholson was a visitor
The following is a report of the
Little Early Riser*.
They are the
weather for the month of February,
bestlittle liver pills ever made. City at tbe <;ounty-«eat Sunday.
Drug Store and Dr. J. Hinkle,Central
Mrs. E. Wilkinson and her sons furnished T he T imes by E. Britt, vol
unteer observer at Jacksonville sta
visited io Jacksonville Sunday.
tion: Elevation above sea level, 1665
T he T i ;« ek today prints a full list
Miss Catherine Buckley It visiting feet; mean
of the bills passed by tpe legislature relatives and friends in Medford ana maximum temperature, 63 deg, date, are among the best known X
which have been signed by »be gover vicinity.
28th; minimum temperature, 17 deg, of the many dangerous
wild plants and ahrubs.
nor or hied bj him with the secretary
the 8th; mean or maximum tem
Judge Prim and District Attorney
To touch or handle them
of state, and thus beeame laws. It Is
perature. 49 deg; mean of minimum
Reames were among our visitors dur
quickly produces swelling
temperature, 33 6 deg; number times and inflammation with in
ing the week.
maximum temperature 90 deg. or tense itching and burning
A. J. Beck, who was a resident of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Pierce have above, 0; number times minimum
this .tcinity for several years, and re-
of the skin. The eruption
mo-'ed to Washlngtjn several months been visiting in Ashland,accompanied temperature 32degor below,13; num soon disappears, the suf
ago, recelyed a stroke of paralysis,
ferer hopes forever; but
from which he died Jan. 29tb. He
almost as soon as the little blister«
Dr. Keens returned Saturday from
leaves a wife and family of grown-up his Ki day« sojourn at Salem, none the
pustules appeared the poison had reached
worse tor the wear.
the blood, and will break out at regular
and date, .94 inches on the 19tb; intervals and each time in a more aggrw
Headache often results from a dis
Sheriff Lister of Josephine county number of clear days, 5; number of
ordered condition of tbe stomach and and Lee Calvert of Grant’s Pass spent partly cloudy days, 2; numberef cloudy vated form. This poison will loiter in th*
system for years, and every atom of il
constipation of the bowels.
A dose Friday In Medford.
days, 21; number of days on which .01
must be forced out of the blood before you
or two of Cham'uerlain'a Stomach and
can expect a perfect, permanent cure.
Judge Day of Jacksonville was in
Liver Tablets will correct these dis
orders and cure the headache. Sold Merjf< rd
depth of unmelted snow fall. 1.75;
monthly conference of the M. E.
by City Drug Store.
total precipitation for season, 24.32; C1 C* C* Narare’s
total precipitation for last season,
C. II. Basye, L. C. Kain and Chris.
P«I sms ,
Mrs. Francis Fitch last week joined 20.63; precipitation in excess of last
Ulrich went to Gold Hill Saturday, to
meet with ttie Odd Fellows lodge In her hueband, who has concluded that season, 3.69._____________
is the only cure for Poison Oak, Poison
that town, relative to the celebratlou California is the best Held for his
Ivy, and all noxious plants. It is com
Bismarck’s Iron Nerve
of tlie anniversary of the order in versatile talents.
Was the result of his
splendid posed exclusively of root* and herb«. Now
Jacksonville, April 26th. They * 111
Thos. Collins has rented his place
Indomitable will and tre 1* the time to get the poison out of yoai
visit other lodges in the valley on tbe in East Medford and Is keeping health.
system, as delay makes yaur condition
bacbe>‘*r's hall In McAndrew’s build mendous energy are not found where worse.
Don’t experiment longer with
Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bowels
Chas. Blrdsey of Avon, Mont., a
are out of order.
If you want these salves, washes and soaps— .hey never cure.
brother of the late D. N. and Fred
Mr. S. M. Marshall, bookkeeper of the Atlanta
Miss Aiieen Webber has resigned qualities and success they bring, use
Blrdsey, died nothing ago. Death re her position as instructor of the Dr. King’s New Life Pills. They de (Ga.) Gas Light Co., was poisoned with Poixm
Oak. He took Sulphur, Arsenic and varioux
sulted from the effects of an opera musical department of the Southern velop every power of brain and body. other drugg, and applied externally nomeroui
tion. Mr. B. was one of the pioneers Oregon State Normal School, and is Only 25c at City Drug Store,
lotions and salves with no benefit. At times th«
swelling and inflammation wu *o s e v er e he wa»
of the Pacific coast and a man of ex succeeded by Miss Grace Odgers, au
almost blind. For eight years the poison would
cellent qualities, who tiad amassed a accomplished musician.
break out every season, it-A condition was inurt
To Cura Constipation » orasse.
improved after taking one bottle < f S 8. S , and
large share of this world's goods.
.«ko Casca re U Candy Cathartic 1C« or ite
a few bottles cleared his blood of the poison, and
R. R. V. Choral Union.
all evidences of the disease disappeared.
P. F. Swayne of Applegate awarded
Wm. Broad and D. S. Coulter the con
People are often poisoned without
The Rogue River Valley Choral
tract for digging a ditch of consider Union will hold its annual convention
knowing when or how. Explain your care
able size, blds for doing which work at Grant’s Pass, March 5th to Sth,
fully to our physician», and they will
he advertised for In T he T imes . The both dates inclusive.
No pains are BRITTS A N—At Ashland. Feb. 'M, 1901, to Mr. cheerfully give such information aiid ad
and Mrs. K. W. Brittsan, a daughter
contractors began operations at once being spared, and ft promises to be a
vice as you require, without charge, and
and are making excellent progress, grand success. The following music PARKINSON—At Sacramento, Jan 31, 1901, we will send at the same time an interest
to Mr and Mrs. G. M. Parkinson, formerly ing book on Bloo 1 and Skin Diseases.
tbe hardness of
ttie wiil be used: lnflammatus. Bridal
of Ashland, twins—a boy and a girl.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANT* C*
Chorus, Ever be Happy, Welcome,
DAVI3—In Forest Creek District, Feb. 20, 1901,
A postoffice, called Agate, will be C’zarini, Spirit Immortal, Hallelujah
to Mr. and Mrs. J . Davis, a daughter
established in a very short time on J. Chorus, Sanctus, Night of Joy, The
MOSS—At Grant's Pass, Feb. 27, 19J1, to Mr.
SO YEARS* ;
S. Grigsby's farm, in Mound precinct, Marvelous Work, What from Ven
and Mrs. J. Moss, a son.
at the ii.tersection of the Table Rock geance Yet Restrains Me, Come with
Prof. Nash of
and Eagle Point roads. It will prove the Gypsy’s Bride.
quite a convenience to many. Mr. G. Eugene, an experienced and able
will be the postmaster, and will musician, will serve as conductor, and
doubtless perform his duties satis Mrs. R. u. Brooks of Oakland, Calif., BECK—At Springdale, Wash., Jan 99, 1901, A
the accomplished singer, as soprano
J Beck, aged «8 years, 8 months and 9 days.
factorily to al).
soloist. A very large attendance is MOORE—At Crescent city, Calif ., Feb. 15,1901,
Miss Iula Bradley of Eugene, the expected.
TRA DE MARKS
John W. Moore, a Lake county picueer; aged
popular school teacher, and Chas. A.
The Southern Pacific Co. has grant
C opyrights A c .
Bend, one of the prominent farmers ed a rate of li fare for the round trip STANTLER—At Phoenix, Feb. 2?, 1901, Elma
of Laue county, were Joined in wed to the conventlou of the R. R. V.
Stantler; aged about 10 years.
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
lock a short time ago. T he T imes Choral Union, which will be held at BUMGARDNER—Near Merlin, Feb. 22, 1901,
invention is probably patentable. Communica
tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patent«
tenders them Its congratulations, and Grant's Pass, March 5th to 8tb. By
Mrs Bumgardner, mother of Mra Jesse
»ent free. Oldeet agency for ■ecuringpateuta.
Mash; aged about 70years.
Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive
trusts that their journey on matri taking certificates of the
rpecUil notice, without charge, in the
monial seas will be fraught with hap agent when purchasing tickets, and
piness and prosperity.
having these signed by the secretary
Mrs. C. E. VanDeusen of Kilbourn, or tbe Union, return tickets will be
A handsomely flluatrated weekly. T.nrsrest cir
culation of any scientific journal. Terms. |3 a
WIs., was affiicted with
PAXTON-MULKEY-At Lakeview. Feb. 14.
ye*ir; four months, f l. Sold by all newsdealers.
1900 Frank D Paxton and Miss Rena Mulkey,
trouble and consti ipation for a long
time. She savs: “ 1
1 have tried many
Branch Office. E25 F *’♦- Washington. D. C
preparations; but none have done me 3
the'good that Chamberlain’s Stomach
This question arises in the family
and Liver Tablets have.”
every day. Let us answer it today.
tablets are for sale at City Drug
Try Jell-O. a delicions and healthful
Store. Price, 25 cents. Samples free.
Prepared In two minutes. 3
if you knew how SCOTT’S
The Southern Pacific has 30 Japan No boiling! No baking! Simply add
would build you
ese employed at Talent loading wood. boiling water and set to cool. Fla
There are plenty of white men who vors:—Lemon, orange, raspberry and I up, increase your weight,
A F amily L ibrary
would be willing to do this work. strawberry. Get a package at your
Ì strengthen your weak throat
Japanese as well as Chinese should be grocer’s today.
kept out of the United States.as their
and lungs and put you in con-
12 C omplete N ovels Y early
presence is demoralizing and hurtful
A Branch Gallery.
for next winter, you
MANY SHORT STORIES AND
in more ways than one.
H. C. Mackey & Boyd have started a
should pass a law excluding both
PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS
would begin to take it now.
branch gallery in Jacksonville, in tbe
$2.50 per year ; 25 cts . a copy
Aiken building, California street, op
The wife of Heaton Fox of Ashland, posite Ryan’s store. All work will be
Send for free sample, and try it.
NO CONTINUED STORIES
SCOTT & SOWNE, Chemists.
charged with Insanity, was examined finished at Medford, and satisfaction
EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF
last Thursday, Judge Prim having assured. Work guaranteed to be the
50c. andfi.oo; all druggists.
gone to that city to bold the exam best,
ination. Dr. Songer, ttie examining
physician, pronounced her insane, and
At the Riverside Nursery, Grant’s
she wa« taken to Salem the same
evening by Sheriff Orme. Mrs. Fox’s Pass, Oregon, you will find all kinds
husband and cnlldren accompanied of fruit trees, berry plants, shade
her. She imagines that some one in treesand Monterey cypres for hedge,
tends to kill her.
etc. Prices reasonable, and satisfac-
J. T. T aylor .
Mrs. Mamie Briggs of Chehalis,
Wash., past worthy chief of the De
Dictionary for Sale,
gree of Honor, who is engaged in the
beneficiary work of the order, has
A perfectly new Webster’s una-
been vis.'ting tbe different lodges In bridged dictionary,very latest edition,
with with index, can be purchased at a
Call at T he T imes
Madrona lodge of Jacksonville Fri reasouable price.
day evening, and the meeting proved office for further particulars.
a success in every way.
being a pleasant and instructive
It Saved HI* Leg.
speaker, tne lodges are
P. A. Danforth of LaGrande, Ga ,
much by her visits.
suffered intensely for six months with
a frightful running sore on his leg:
For Over Fifty Years
but writes that Bucklen’s Arnica
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Land for Sale.
Forty acres of land on Thompson
creek, lias a dwelling thereon, 20x20
feet, wltii four rooms, a log stable,
12x14 feet, 12 acres fenced and in cul
tivation. A few fruit trees.
title, free from Incumbrance. Price
•200. Inquire of
S ilas J. D ay ,
Real Estate Agent.Jackson vllle, Or.
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Rev. Mr. Hansen will hold services
at the M. E. church in Jacksonville
Sunday morning and evening.
Rev. Father Berthiaume will hold
There are many readers in your locality who have yet to
learn of its usefulness.
services at the Catholic church in
Jacksonville, Sunday, March 10th, at
8:30 o’clock a . m .
G erman B aptist .—Elder S. M.
Eby will hold service« at the follow
ing places: 1st and 3d Sunday in each
Strayed, from Foote creek dl.tilct, about month, at the church near Talent; sec
three years ago, three horse». each branded
with a aquare er block on left «boulder, points ond, at the Naylor school-house; 4th
projecting from each corner thereof. One la a at Ashland.
bay mare, 12 yeara old, weighing 1150 pounde,
long body; another la a grey gelding, 9 years
old. weighing teiween ten and eleven hundred
pounds; and the other ■ cheatnut aorrel mare. 7
years old. with white «trip down none, weigh
ing about 1400 pound*.
They were seen
recently, ranging on tbe
Bybee'* bridge I will pay 85 ahead to anybody
who find* tLe above animal« and will put them
In *ome enclosure. For further particular«
call on or addreaa
P W. C a RRIS.
Kubli, Jackson Co.. Or,
A 120-ecre tract, all fenced, 70 acre* under
cultivation, free »oil and easily cultivated, I*
on the publio road a quarter of a mile from
Moovtile, S*ma valley poetofflee—improved
with a dwelllng-bouae with four room* below
and one ahove, a good, large barn,amok»-bonne
and wood-abed; Rock ereek flow* through the
land, a good well of wawr at tbe house and a
good well at the barn; il* miles from Gold Hill
railroad station. Will be sold for $10 per
acre, half cash at time of sale, balance on oaa
year's time. Interest 8 per oenl. par aanum, or
all eaah at option of the purchaser.
4V* Inquire of SILAS J. DAY, real eatate
agent, Jacksonville, Oregon.
A Farm of 7JO acre«, located on Rogue
Hirer, suitable tor grain and fruit culture or
■ toon raining; boa ample building« and fencing
A Placer Mise, in operation, equipped with
pipe and giant; alao tome quart* propartie».
f will toll for each or lake In part parment
property In or adjaoenl to Aahland. Terow.
one-half down, balance In ea«y pay mon la at 8
per cent. Call on or addreaa,
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