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JACKSONVILLE. OREGON. THURSDAY. JULY 18. 1901.
In Marion county the bop crop in
Banana*, orange* and lemon* can
al way* be found at Wetterer’i.
In the United States every 24 hours
25,000 acre« of timber are denuded.
Don’t think for a minute that the
world owe* you a living, young man.
It waa here long before you.
Joe Wetterer make* a specialty of
light drinks, fresh candies, nut«,
tropical and other fruit«, etc.
The Boer« have started a paper
called "Dekrajsgefange.” Still the
British claim the war is over.
Notes, receipts, drafts, due-bills,
etc., in book form, can always be ob
tained at T he T imes Printing House.
The Congregational church of For
est Grove burned Saturday.
*6000; insurance, *2000. The building
was erected in 1858.
There are five rivers in the world
which drain over 1,000,000 square
miles. They are the Amazon, La-
Plata, Obi, KODgo and Mississippi.
The population of the municipal
area of Dublin is returned as 347,104,
and that of Belfast is 348,065, a
majority of uearly 2000 for the latter.
Will find our line of Staple and Fancy Supplies for the
Summer’s trip complete. Take some of these to
the mountains with you:
JOSEPHINE COUNTY ITEMS.
Lincoln Savage, our efficient school
superintendent, was in Jacksonville
A. W. Sanders and Uba* Anderson,
two of Foot« creek’* prosperous min
er*, were in Grant’s Pass Friday.
John Watters of Grave creek, the
well-known miner, recently visited In
Jacksonville, where he has many
E. F. Hannum and W. Crowe were
at Jacksonville a few days ago, tiling
homestead claim* in the Pleasant
J. T. Loye and hi* wife have gone
to Crescent City for an outing, ac
companied by their daughter, Mrs.
John Blalock, tbe miner, and C. W.
Boulware, tbe brick mason who is
building Tuff* & Son's edifice, spent
Saturday at Medford.
Win. Trimble,an excellent mechan
ic, wbo is well known throughout
southern Oregon, is now in the em
ploy of Trimble & Cook, the black
The boundaries of the proposed for
est reserve In Curry, Josephine, Coos
and Douglas counties include« nearly
half of Curry county and about two-
Tbe celebrated Snap Shot, the best tilths of Josephine county.
medicine in >be world for allaying in*
It is reported that a game of base
flammatiyn 'In man or beast, can be
ball will be played at Grant’s Pass on
Dr. Robinson's diug the
26tb, between our club and that
store, also at Dr. Hinkle’s, Central of lgena,
Calif., for a purse of *150.
Point. Try IL
It would prove tbe event of tbe
J. N. Gulllford at Ontario sold his season.
clip of ¡81,000 pounds of wool at The
Rev. G. M. Booth, pastor of the
Dalles, for 111 cents a pound. This
M. E. Church of Moscow, Idaho,
, wool was sbipped there from Hunting First
has been visiting bis brothers, John
O. and Hon. R. A. Booth. He was on
ro ravTnnnnrïTnnnnra m■’nrïrrrrrïrinnHni Tjuauuusrinnnnr I There is said to be ovar a million his way to San Francisco to attend
I native Mohammedans in tbe Pnilip- the Epworth League convention.
pinea, who promise additional trouble
Jas. Carter, having already disposed
tor our government in its attempts to
GOB. O*B. DE BAR, M. D.,
of several kiln of brick,is burning an
Amarlcanize tbe Islands.
other. He has bad the services of
PRYSIOIAN ANO BURGEON.
When you want a modern, up-to- Woolfolk Bros., experienced hands at
date physic try Chamiterlaln's Stom- tbe business, this season, and is able
a:h and Liver Tablets. They are to supply tbe market with a superior
easy to take and pleasant in effect. article.
"Giace In Kahler's Building, up-stalrs. Res-
Price 25 cents. Samples free at City
td.no. on Csilfornl. «irosi. Dav or night
Herry Lewis, the genial proprietor
oalls alionded nromotlx
of Grant’s Pass’ leading livery stable,
Chas. Bruneau and his associates. showed “tbe boys” a trick when be
O Jennings Bros., have flied a complaint captured tbe half-mile dash on tbe
J. M. KEENE, D. D. S
in the Douglas county circuit court 5tb, by beating such good ones as
£ Continues to hold its place in the estimation of the BEST <» agaUist Mr. Warner and bis bonds- Hot Stuff Bessie and the Lewis P.
meu for tbe sum of *5000 damages for
OPERATIVE DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY
COOKS as the leading brand of the valley.
° having enjoined them from operating colt with bis fast horse.
“I am indebted to One Minute
o their wine In Bohemia district, pend
Office, .n th. Adkins Deuel blook,
Cougb Cure for my present good
Max Muller and Cronemiller 4 Love Handle it in Jacksonville.
o< ing the former trial.
health and my life. I was treated In
You can never cure dyspepsia by vain by doctors for lung trouble fol
' dieting. What your body needs is lowing la grippe. I tooK One Minute
H. D. NORTON,
plenty of good food properly digested. Cough Cure and recovered my health.”
Then if your stomach will not digest E. H. Wise, Madison, Ga. City Drug
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
it Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will. It Store Jacksonville and Dr. J. Hinkle
contains all of the natural digestants; Central Point.
Grant*« Pana, Oregon.
hence must digest every class of food
and so prepare it that nature can use
Blown to Atom«.
it in nourishing the body and replac
•«romee above S P D. A L. Co ’• Store.
ing tbe wasted tissues, thus giving
The old idea that the body some
life, health, strength, ambition, pure times needs a powerful, drastic, pur
blood and good, bealthy appetite. gative pill has been exploded; for Dr.
Wm. M. COLVIG,
City Drug Store Jacksonville and King's New Life Pills, which are per
To See Nye’s Closing Out Stock
Dr. J, Hinkle Central Point.
fectly harmless, gently stimulate
Two singular facts of the past year liver and bowels to expel poisonous
of Ladle»’ Shirt Waists.
have been tbe great prevalence of matter, cleanse the system and abso
in tbe United States aud the lutely cure constipation and sick head
Ladle»’ Shirt Waists closing out at cost. Bargains in
AflBe Io Red Meo'. Hu ldlng.
small number of deaths therefrom. ache. Only 25c at Dr. J. W. Robin
During the last six months, according son's drug store.
official reports, there have been
All-over lace and embroidery, daintiest and prettiest
P. P. PRIM A SON,
more than 28,000 cases of the disease,
Onr Native Herba
ATTORNEYS ANU COUNSELORS AT LAW
while for a corresponding period a
lx the name ot the celebrated original herb
year ago there were only 12,000 cases. compound which has effected so much good
Our new line of ladies’ kid gloves have arrived.
But while a year ago there were 642 among the afflicted. It Is a groat blood purifier
and kidney and liver regulator. Two hundred
like them and you will too when you see them.
deaths in six months, iu tbe last half days
treatment tor tl. Also Native Oil and
year there have been but 486 deaths Balsam. For sale by
'Will practloe In all oourt. of the Stale. Ot-
M rs . N. D. W ilson , Jacksonville,
nee In the Court Hou.e lael door on the
due to the disease. This shows that
Boys' launderled shirts assorted colors and sizes, !35
Who will send almanac on application.
rtrhl from entrant».
‘ smallpox is losing its deadlines*, since Samples
can be seen at T he T imes offloe.
t<> 50 cents.
a year ago only 5 per cent, of tbe per
sons attacked died, while this year
Fowr Bean at a Shot.
A. N. SOLISS.
there has been but li per cent, of
sleeve, etc. Bow tie* of latest shades and designs.
A number of years ago Mr. Withee
deaths. If this record is compared
ATTORN ICY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
with that of former times, when a was presented with two fine hounds,
large proportion of all persons who and. wishing to try their training and
had the disease died.it looks as though their grit, he took them out to do a lit
the disease was wearing out.
tle bear hunting.
UNDERWOOD'S DEVILED IIAM,
LIBBYS’ CHIPPED und CORNED BEEF,
JOCKEY CLUB and FRENCH SARDINES,
UNDERWOOD’S SOUSED MACKEREL,
MACARONI and CHEESE.
Orders filled with care at
Always Reliable and
Uniform in Quality.!
Snowy Butte Flour
»■Notary I ubile. Pi eetlcen In all tbe oourte.
Offloe on California Street, bet. tth and Sth.
H. B. Nye’s Racket Store
How Will She End?
Jfflce over Halr-R.ddle Hardware Store.
A. E. REAMES,
Saint Helen’s Hall,
ATTORN EY-A T-L A W,
Opened its 32d
year with a
full corps of
Offloe la Red Men'. Building.
ROBT. O. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Ing and Day
Oraat’s Pa««, Oregaa.
Praotloas In all the oourt.
Offloe In Bank
"Has permanently located tn Ashland for the
practice of dentistry From » continued
practice of over fourteen years I am pre
pared to guarantee entire satisfaction
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Academic, Intermediate, Primary and Kindergarten
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 School
nduoted by a Specialist.
are «ORMAL «1SBW8ARTM TRAIHIHB CLASSI*
Separata Home and Special Regulations far Paat Gradaetee and Mature Students
SWFor oiroulare and other Information address
MISS ELEANOR TEBBETTB, Principal.
MORMON BISHOPS* PILLS
have bean tn ns.
over 60 years by the leaders ot the Mormon Chnrch and their
followers. Positively cures the worst cases la old and young
arising from efforts of aeU-abnee, dissipation, exoeserr, or cigarette smoking. Car«« Loa«
Mu ahead. Im potency. Lost Rawer. Nlarkt.L0.me, SpsmslsiThw laeomala,
Tain, in Bark. Evil lieMree. U.nslwal Kmlaatona, Larne Baah. N.wwa. Debility.
coeel«, er Coaeflpae
Headarho, VnfltaeM to Marry. I oaa oV SUm.a. Vart-
Twltrtiln« •< Ky-o-
lloa, Elope g«lrk««H eg Dl.r-he.ge, ntopa Nervrae
Hrta. Effects are Immediate. Impart vigor and potenry to every CENTS function, Don't get
d-«DOTWl.nt. a cure
is at hand.
nan<i. Restores ■II1.1I,
> — _ and
— .a — nervnea
— — mm mrn Wmva
1. A A written guarantee, to care er
«Or. a a Vnw
tos. *t « for
money retattdea, with b boxes. Circular« tree.
Arldra«», BISHOP REMEDY CO., San Francise«, Cal.
Sold at City Drug Store Jacksonville
Just budding into «womanhood, so
fresh, so fair and fine that we turn to
watch her as site passes, she trips «long
the street a picture of health and beauty.
Among the passing crowd of worn and
she looks a being
world. Will site
ever be like them?
Could they once
have lieen as fair
as she? No beauty
can last under the
strain and drain
of female weak
ness, front which
the majority of
women suffer in a
greater or leas de
gree. They might
preserve their fair
ness of face and
form if they would
cure the disastrous
affect the woman
ly organa. Women
are cured of such
diseases by the use
of Dr. Pierce’s Fa
tion. It stops the
tion and ulcera
tion, cures bear
nervous ayHtrm, and restores the _ gen-
eral health. It contains no opium,”co
caine or other narcotic.
•1 had been a great wfferer from female
weakness," writes Mrs M h. Wallace, of Muen-
ater. Cook Co., Texas. "Z tritt
I suffered six years hut
St last I found relief. T followed yrsir advk’e,
and took eight hotties nf |>r. Pierce’« Eavorite
Prescription and four of his ' Golden Medical
Discovery.' I now fuel like a »<* iw«w» I
have gained eighteen pounds '*
Dr. Pierce’« Pleasant relicts cure bil
Tbe first morning Wltliee let the dogs
out for a run while he was getting the
breakfast, expecting them to be hack
in a short time. When breakfast was
over, tbe dogs bad not returned, so.
taking his gun, Mr. Withee started out
111 tile direction they had taken. After
traveling ul*out a mile the faint bark
ing of dogs could Ire beard, anti it was
then plain why tbe dogs bad not re
turned. They had scented game and
were in pursuit. The sound of the
barking led him far up tbe side of a
mountain, and soon lie came In sight of
tbe «logs standing around tbe upturned
roots of a tree.
Mr. Withee crept up cautiously nntil
within about 15 feet of a cave that was
near by, and then a black, shaggy bead
could be seen Just above tbe roots.
Taking good aim, he fired bis .44 cali
ber and awaited results. After several
minutes he went up to the cave, and
what he saw there gave him a shock
from which he has never recovered.
Two bears lay dead, and two more
were so stunned that a few quick pass
es with a knife settle«! them.
For the four bears Mr. Withee re
ceived *20 bounty, *27 50 for their
hides and *42 for tbe bear oil, making
*80.50 for one day’s hunt.—Maine
Wool« Kaaw Later.
Patient—Now. doctor. w bat's the
matter with me. anyway?
Tbe Head Consulting Physician—My
dear air. do you *uppoae that if w«
knew what was the matter with you
we would have decided to hold a post
mortem ?—Harper's Bazar.
Weary Waddleton—De world owes
us fellers a livln.
Willie Wontwork—Dat'« right but
its or fill slow pay. Wot our perfeshun
Deeds Is a collection agency.—Ohio
It lluln.,1 Copper.
The cadets of Annapolis sat in the
| »Me aisles of the chapel, leaving the
center aisles for the officers and their
families, says Dr. Cyrus Townsend
Li.idy iu “Under Tops'}« and Tents.”
When tlie offering was received, the
two boys charged with tbe duty of
passing the plates did uot make the
slightest effort to circulate them among
tbF cadets, for ye never bad any mon
ey. Thej^wotibl «tai,; r.iptfly ^<)wK*t1re'
aisle and theu come dcllbi'rately up tbe
middle, gatli«?ring thence what they
couljh Oqe Sunday the chaplain an
nounced that lie would preach a mis
sionary sermon the next Sunday. It
did not have tbe ordinary effect In
emptying the chnrch, for we were
obliged to go as usual.
During the week ft occurred to the
bright mind of a senior, or first class
man, who Is now a prominent New-
York financier, that It would be well
for tbe cadets to make an offering. So
he sent out to the bank on Saturday
morning and succeeded in smuggling in
over 300 copper cents, which he dis
tributed 1 cent per boy to the Epis
copal battalion. We stationed a strong,
long armed man on the outside seat of
the first pew In each aisle.
The chaplain made a piteous appeal
for pennies even, and when the aston
ished cadets wbo passed the plates
started on their perfunctory promenade
tbe strong, one armed men aforesaid
promptly relieved them of the metal
plates, and each one dropped in one
copper cent with an ominous crash
and then deliberately handed tbe plate
to the next boy, who did the same
thing. It rained copper cents for about
ten minutes. The chaplain was dread
fully disconcerted, the officers fidgeted
and looked aghast. Some of them
laughed, and tbe cadets preserved a
deadly solemnity. Tbe affair was a
Land for Sale.
I have 1560 acre« of land, all in one
tract, on Antelope creek for sale. It
is situated 18 miles from Jacksonville,
12 miles from Central Point, and 10
miles from Medford. I will sell this
land in tracts of 100 acres up until all
is sold, at *10 per acre. It is good
farming and grazing land, and a good
stock range on the outside. I will
sell all, or as low as 100 acres in a
tract. Inquire of W m . B ybee , Jack
son ville Or.
Carter Creek Springs.
It miles from Steinman station or
12 miles south of Ashland. Pleasant
accommodations for campers, tine
mineral water and vapor baths.
Rates—50 cents per person per week
for camping, including use of vapor
baths. Special rates for families.
Address J oseph Z ukcher ,
A Farm for Sale.
A 120-acre tract, all fenced. 70 acres un
der cultivation, tree noil and eaaliy cultivated
is on the public road a quarner ot a ml let rom
Moonville, Sams valley poatofflee—Improved
with a dwelling bouse with tour, rooms below
and one above, a good, large barn, smoke-house
and wood-abed, Rock creek tlowa through the
land, a good well of water at the bouse and a
good well st tbe barn, six miles from Gold Hill
railroad station. Will be sold for (10 per acre,
balf cash at time of sale, balance on one year'«
time, internet 8 per cent, per annum, or all
cash at option of the pnrebaaer.
tV Inquire ot SILaS J. DAY, real estate
agent, Jacksonville Oregon.
It Girdles the Glebe.
The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
a* the best in the world, extends
round the earth. It’s the one perfect
healer of cuts, corns, burns, bruises,
sores, scalds, boil*, ulcers, felons,
aches, pain* and all skin eruption*.
Only infallible pile cure. 25c a box at
Dr. J. W. Robinson’s.
Intelligent young men, from 17 to
19 years of age, having common
school education, to learn mechanical
trades. For full information apply
or write to Union Iron Works, 222
Market St., San Francisco.
say “Consumption can be eured.”
Nature alone won’t do it. Itneed*
help. Doctors say
is the best help.’* But you must
continue its use even in hot
If 3*oa have not tried it, send for free sample.
SCOTT A BOWNK, CbemiRts,
409-415 Peart Street,
50c. and $i.co; all dm^grist.
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