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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1901.
V ol . XXX
When You Want to Buy
MEDFORD RACKET STORE
Wm. M. COLVIG,
CALL AT THE
•^•ffloe In Red Men’* Building.
P. P. PRIM A SON,
and look over our ENTIRELY NEW LINE of
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
Curtains, laces, kid gloves, hosiery, hats, caps,
gents’ furnishings, also ladies’ and chil
dren’s underwear, stationery, clocks,
granite-ware, towels, table linen,
notions, etc., etc.
•W will practice In all oourt* of the State. Of
Hoe In the Oourt Hou** laat door on the
right from entrano».
A. N. SOLISS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
VNotary t ubilo. Pi aottcee In all the oourt*.
Uffioe on California Street, hot. 4th and Sih.
GIVES BARGAINS and the bargains GIVE SATISFACTION.
H. B NYE, Proprietor.
A. C. HOUGH,
Jffice over Halr-R.ddle Hardware Store.
A. e. REAMES,
ATTORN EY-A T-LiW,
Saint Helen’s Hall,
S^Offioe In Red Men'* Uullding.
ROBT. 0. SMITH,
attorney and COUNSELOR AT
Grant's Pass, Oregon.
aV'Prnotlcea In all the oourt*
Office tn Hank
Academic, Intermediate, Primary and Kindergarten.
J. M. KEENE, D. D. S.
OPERATIVE DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY
Offioea In the Adklna Deuel block,
ing and Day
Opened its 32d
year with a
full corps of
The Academic department offers four courses—the
Classical, Latin, Scientific, the English and College
Special advantages in Music. Native French teacher, resident.
Under the patronage of the Bcbool are NORMAL N1NOKRGARTEN TRAININO CLASSES
nducied by » Speclaltat.
Separate Home and Special Regulation. for Poet Graduates and Mature Students
WFor elraulara and other Information address
MISS ELEANOR TEBHETTS. Principal.
•Ha* permanently located In Ashland tor the
practice of dentlalry- Prom a continued
practice of over fourteen year* I am pre
pared to guarantee entire aallataotton
GEO. O’B. DE BAR. M. D.,
MAX MULLER & CO.
«^Office ‘north’s Block, up-atalr*. Realdrnoe
on California street. Day or nicht oalla at
D on ’ t B e D uped
TliT'rc havo been placed upon tbo market
aevcral cheap reprint* of an obsolete edition
of ’’ Wobstev’s Dictionary." Thor are t»lng
offered under various name* at a low price
Are the Leading Dealers in Gent’s Furnishing Goods. Hats. Boot
and Shoes, Crockery, Glassware, Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco
Confections, Tropical Fruits, Stationery, Notions, Etc., Etc.
Goods are Fresh and First-Class and Prices the Bes^
dealers, agent*, etc., and In a few Inatar.oea
a* a premium forsutiacriptlona to papers.
Announcement* of these comparatively
reprint* are very misleading. They are ad
vertised to Ito the nulatantlal equivalent of
a higher-priced book, while they are all
DON’T STOP WORK!
phototype copice of n book of over fifty
year« UK", which wiu* *ol<l for nlxiut S5.00. ami
which wim mm h ••u | m *r1< >r t< • t »>«••«• Imitations,
Iteinff o work of Rome merit instead of one
Long Since Obsolete.
The Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary pub
lished by our liouae 1 h the only meritorious
one of that name. It beam our imprint on
the tnic page and la protected by copyright
from cheap imitation. As a dictionaty last«
a lifetime will it not be better to purchase the
LATEST AND BEST,
Webster*! International Dictionary
of ENGLISH, Biography, GMgraphy, Fiction. s<o.
Size 10 x 12M x 4H inchea.
For a Sprained Arm, Ankle or back
Buy a Bottle of
Settnn’iSnap Shot, the wondorful destroyer of all form* of Inflammation In man or beast.
SOo and »1 per bottle. R. K. SUTTON, soln proprietor and manufacturer, Ashland. Oregon.
For sale at City Drug Stoni. Jacksonville, and by Dr J. Hinkle Central Point.
O. k C. MERRIAM CO.. Snrlnvllfi
Ashland and Klamath Falls
Thoroughly reatooked »nd ratlrely new m»e-
Jacksonville Marble Works
J. C. WHIPP, Proprietor.
Granite and Marble Work
•f Bvery Description Done In tit. Beet Style
Monuments and Cemetery Work a Specialty.
ttmf T table .
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■ t.AMATW rALIdi:
...1.00 r. M. Leave* , . . « nor. M.
Arrive* ..........S:*S r. M. Arrive* .. ...,8:S0 A. M
P»*»enger*, Baggage, F.xpre** and Freight
mu«t be Waybllled.
POSTAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
Klamath Fall* Agent:
Judge Hale, the attorney, is at
Eugene, on professional business.
D. Vineyard, one of Williams
creek’s energetic citizens, was at the
couuty-seat a few days ago.
Myron Wilbur has disposed of hie
interest in the flouring mill, estab
lished near Provult last year, to his
Thos. O'Rourke, who is engaged In
mining in Althouse district, is in
Grant’s Pass this week, accompanied
by bis wife ana daughter.
Bannister Bros, are operating their
diggings on Whisky creek with con
siderable success. They have good
ground and plenty of water.
Geo. H. Kelley, one of the members
of the Booth-Kelly Lumber Co., is
traveling in California, Utah and Col
orado,I d the Interests of that corpora
Messrs. Pitman and Rushton, two
enterprising citizens of Josephine
county, who understand the business,
will put up a saw mill not far from
Wooaville this spring. They will
manufacture a superior quality of
Sidney Ennis, a wood chopper, was
struck by a train near Wolf creek on
the night of the 17 th. A leg was broken
and his skull fractured, so that parti
cles of the brain oozed out. Conduc
tor Ed Tynan brought him to Grant’s
Pass and placed him In charge of Dr.
Kremer, the S. P. Co.’s physician.
Ennis had been drinking heavily. He
was a member of Company M, Second
Oregon Volunteers,in the Philippines.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Cords, members
of the Pacific Pine Needle Co.,returned
from San Francisco Tuesday. The
factory will be operated again, and a
quantity of several articles manu
factured for the trade. The company,
which manufactures from pine
needles, mattresses, cushions, pillows,
oil, toilet soap, cigars, extracts,
essences, toilet waler, perfume,
satchets, bonbons, syrups, etc., has
opened a fine store in San Francisco,
for the wholesale and retail sale of
its goods at 326 Sutter street.
Remarkable Cares of Rheumatism.
From the Vindicator, Rutherfordton, N. C.
Theeditorof the Vindicator has had
occasion to test the efficacy of Cham-
berliin’s Pain Balm twice with the
most remarkable results in each case.
First, with rheumatism in the shoul
der, from which he suffered excruciat
ing pain for ten days, which was re
lieved with two applications of the
Pain Balm, rubbing the parts afflicted
and realizing instant benefit and en
tire relief in a very short time. Sec
ond, in rheumatism in thigh joint, al
most prostrating him with severe pain,
which was relieved by two applica
tions, rubbing with the liniment on
retiring at night, and getting up free
from pain. Sold by City Drugstore.
An A*ology and n Settlement.
When the theater crowd was at its
thickest on Broadway on Saturday
night, a well set up man of medium
size, wearing a glossy silk hat, hurried
along. In dodging through the throng
the handle of the cane he carried
caught the arm of one of two burly
persons who were going in the same
direction. He half turned as If to apol
ogize. but before he could do so one
of the pair smashed his silk hat with a
“I i>eg your pardon, sir.” said the
man, blandly taking off ills battered
tile. "My rudeness was unintention
Putting back the damaged hat on his
head, he dropped liis cane and said,
"Now I propose to settle with you for
Those on the spot saw a flash of
fists. The big man went fiat on bls
bui k from a clean smash on the jaw.
"If you want any more. I am ready
ro oblige you." said tbo other.
The other apparently didn't. The
»mailer man picked up his stick, took
off tiis damaged »¡Ik hat. brushed it
ami continued on his way down Broad
way. And tlie crowd of spectators,
who had gathered as if by magic, broke
up with the feeling that they had seen
as uent a bit of work as it would ever
be their good fortune to encounter.—
New York Sun.
Much of Little.
Beat *Bd Quiekeal Route to
Doe* by Barron. Bod» Spring*. Sh»k*. Snow,
Lumbering Damn,Parker’*»nd Kean: al«o boat
oonn< ~tton* with *tagn line* troa. "'»math
Fall* io Honan«». Bly and Lakeview. Ft Klam
ath and Indian Agency. Stage leave* Anhland
dally on arrival or aouthbound train and ar
rive* dally In good time to oonneot with north
Banana«, oranges and lemons can
always be found at Wetterer’s.
The best brands of cigars, tobacco,
etc., can always be fount! at Joe
Portland Japanese barbers are up
against the Barber Commission. The
Japs share for five cents, and the
white barbers resent the cut in price.
They want the Japs debarred.
Deeds, mortgage», leases, bends,
bills of sale and every Imaginable
kind of legal blanks—the latest and
best—are constantly on band at T he
T imes office.
The California suprernecourt grant
ed a new trial to Mrs. Cordelia Botkin,
who was convicted of the murder of
Mr*. J. P. Dunning in 1898, and sen
tenced to life imprisonment.
A large quantity of newspa era,
suitable for wrapping, pasting cn
walls, putting undei carpets, etc can
be obtained cheap, in quantities U
suit, at T he T imms Printing House.
Senator Morgan, chairman of the
cemiuittee on international canals,
says the United States will proceed
with the construction of the Nic
aragua canal with or without Eng
The celebrated Snap Shot, the best
medicine in the world for allaying In-
flam mat bn in man or beast, can be
found at Dr. Robinson’s diug
store, al«o at Dr. UlDkle’*, Ceutral
Point. Try IL
J. Alden Loring left New York for
Cook’s Inlet country as the field agent
of the New York Zoological Society,
to send back specimens of Kadiak
bear and white sheep, neither of
which animals is now in captivity.
The order given to the American
Window Glass Compauy by the Pitts
burg Jobbers’ Association for 775,000
boxes and the price to be paid is the
highest in the history of the window
glass Industry. The order is worth
Ralph H. Miller, a prominent Port
land architect, died last week.
He was a designer of the Portland
crematorium, yet unfinished, and, ap
propriately, his body will be the first
reduced to ashes therein when the
consuming fires are first ready for
The present war in Venezuela can
hardly be called unexpected, for
Venezuela since 1840 has experienced
spasmodic outbreaks of revolution.
The people have an overweening loye
of office, and the “outs” are always
ready to tighttogetin, while the “ins”
never want to set out until they are
pusHed out by the bayonet.
The stomach controls the situation
Those who are hearty and strong are
those who can digest plenty of food.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what
you eat, ana allows you to eat all the
good food you want. If you suffer
from indigestion, heartburn,belching,
or any other stomach trouble, this
preparation can’t help but do you good.
The most sensitive stomachs can take
it. City Drug Store, Jacksonville,and
Dr. J. Hinkle, Central Point.
Standard Oil stockho’ders are being
paid a dividend of «20 per share. The
total payments have been at the rate
of 88 per cent, since March 1, 19C0.
Tlie Standard Oil Company thus will
distribute among its stockholders«68,-
000 000 within tlie space of one year
and 15 days. Of this sum John D.
Rockefeller will have received «21,-
080.000, more than «55,000 a day, or
about «40a minute. Mr. Rockefeller’s
wealth has piled up so astonishingly
that even tlie great moDey kings of
Wall street are marveling.
available cash has become such a
factor in Wall street, that, according
to one of th i best judges of the mar
ket, all chance lias been entirely elim-
ina’ed from the transactions on the
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Government Printing Office and of nearly ail the
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IT HAS CURED OTHERS, IT WILL CURE YOU.
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brief mention .
Thia Book ia the Best for Everybody.
VIM! VIGOR! VITALITY!
MORMON BISHOPS* PILLS have been in uw
over no yeer* by the leader* of the Mormon Chnrch and their
follower*. Foeltively cure* the worst eaar* In otd and young
i*e, diKoipaUon, exoeaoe*. or cigarette smoking. Caarwe Lea*
«1 Pwwew, NlglateLoaevie, Sp- n s Mw i tui e. l*iw**l*,
eu. Mowalvaal K«nl**l<wi*.
Rack, W m « ■** PeMlWy.
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Vote. F.ffectaarv ImmedteU». Impart vigor and potency to every
function. Don’t get
.VxSirxkmi. • rnre la al hand. Ro-tor.« «mall undeveloped hiorgan*. Stimulate*
thebralii and nerve ca ter*. Me. a box,« for »8.30 by mall. A written guarantee, to cure or
■none, refunded, with a boxes. Circular* free.
Arid re»«, BIBHOP REMKOnr CO., San Frawaleea* OaL
Slod at City Drug Store Jacksonville.
IT MAKES WEAK
SICK WOMEN WEU.
The stranger in any city half a hun
dred years old. if he knew nothing of
the city’s history, would learn from
many of the signs that the second and
third generations had succeeded to the
business of father and grandfather. It
Is especially true of New York. Toe
New York Tribune mentions some pe
culiar signs and relates the following:
A Londoner who had strolled about
the streets of the city with a New
Yorker who called his attention to
some of the signs of son* agreed that
in this respect New York was very like
London, but In neither city was there
any such sign as be saw In one of the
old English town* a few hours’ run
from the world’s metropolis. The sign
reuJz, “John Littlejohn’s Sons A Little
(Little Littlejohn, Doolittle Littlejohn
A John Little).
According to the Londoner the first
Littlejohn and Little were partners.
The former gave bis first son his part
ner’s family name, and Little gave his
boy his partaer’s Christian name. Lit
tlejohn’s second son was named for his
mother’s family,' Doolittle. The three
sons succeeded to their fathers' busi
ness; hence the sign Is entirely correct,
and the Txmdoner was right In saying
that the successors had no Intention of
being "funny” when they had their
sign written as It appears.
THE TRANSVAAL WAR.
P retoria , March 17.—The pros
pects of peace are still consicfered
hopeful. The Boer loss last month
were 100 killed, 400 wounded and 1000
captured or surrendered. Owing to
the heavy rains Gea. Frencli** trans
port difficulties are still enormous.
Gen. DeWet’s commando has been
broken up at Senekal, Orange River
Lord Roberts, in a letter to a corre
spondent, expresses a confident hope
that Lord Kitchener will soon be able
to secure peace in South Africa, but
tbuslar there is no sign from Pre
toria or Cape Town that peace is near.
The latest Dews is that Gen. Fourie,
with 800 men, escaped Sunday from
the British columns that were trying
to corner the commando, east of
Bloemfontein. Further big opera
tions will be started in the Orange
River colony within a few days.
While there la Life there I* Hepe.
I was afflicted with catarrh; could
neither taste nor smell,and could bear
but little. Ely’s Cream Balm cured
it.—Marcus G. Shautz, Rath way, N. J.
The Balm reached me safely and the
effect is surprising. My son says the
first application gave decided relief.
Respectfully, Mrs. Franklin Freeman,
Dover, N. H.
The Balm does not irritate or cause
sneezing. Sold by druggists at 50 cts.
or mailed by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren
St., New York.
AN IMPORTANT FACTOR IN TRANSCON
No one crossing the continent can z
afford to cut Salt Lake City from bls
route. The attractions of the place,
including the Mormon temple, taber
nacle and church institutions, the
Great Salt Lake—deader and denser
than the Dead sea in the holy land—
ths picturesque environment and the
warm sulphur and hot springs, are
are greater to the square yard than
any locality on the American conti
nent. The Rio Grande Western Rail
way, cod necting on the east with the
Rio Grande and Colorado
Midland Railways and on the west
with the Southern Pacific (central
route) and Oregon Short Line, is the
only transcontinental line passing di
rectly through Salt Lake City. The
route through Salt Lake City is fa
mous all the year round. On account
of the equable climate of Utah and
Colorado it is just as popular in win
ter as in summer. Send two cents to
J. D. Mansfield, 253 Washington St.,
Portland, or to Geo. W. Heintz, Gen
eral Passenger Agent, Sait Lake City,
for a copy of “Salt Lake City—the
City of the Saints.”
Nobody knows all about it;
and nothing, now known, will
always cure it.
Doctors try Scott’s Emul
sion of Cod Liver Oil, when
they think it is caused by im
You can do the same.
It may or may not be caused
by the failure of stomach and
bowels to do their work.
it is, you will cure it; if not,
you will do no harm.
The way, to cure a disease
is to stop its cause, and help
the body get back to its habit
When Scott’s Emulsion of
Cod Liver Oil does that, it
cures; when it don’t, it don’t
It never does harm.
The genuine has
this picture on it, take
jffrFWk no other.
If you Jiave nof
4 nJftwTa tried it, send for free
U <1 P sample, its agreeable
ft | |
ftjj| > \
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c, and $i .00 ; all druggists.
What Shall We Have for Dessert?
This question arises I d the family
every day. Let us answer it. today.
Try Jell-O. a delicions and healthful
desert. Prepared In two minutes.
No boiling! No baking! Simply add
I boiling water and set to cool. Fla-
Lemon, orange, raspberry and
strawberry. Get a package at your
grocer’s today. lOcts.