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JACKSONVILLE. OREGON. THURSDAY. AUGUST 1. 1901.
Will find our line of Staple and Fancy Supplies for the
Summer’s trip complete. Take some of these to
the mountains with you:
LIBBYS’ CHIPPED and CORNED BEEF; LUNCH TONGUE and BONE
LESS PIG’S FEET,
UNDERWOOD'S DEVILED HAM and SOUSED MACKEREL,
GERMAN, FRENCH and AMERICAN SARDINES,
VIENNA SAUSAGE, PATE D’FOIS GRAS,
VAN CAMP’S MACARONI and CHEESE; FANCY CREAM CHEESE,
BEST CANNED SALMON and OYSTERS,
CHOICE HAMS, BACON and LARD.
larcest stock .
Orders filled with care at
GOE. O'B. DE BAR, M. D.,
"Office in Kahler'! Buildlog. up«tatrs. Res
idence on California street. Dav or night
olila alteoded promollx
J. M. KEENE. D. D. S.
OPERATIVE DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY
Olfices .u the Adkins Deuel block,
H. D. NORTON,
ATTORNEY ANU COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Grant** Paaa, Oregon.
The Name ia Synonymous with Excellence
Snowy Butte Shops
Central Point, Oregon,
Guarantee liest material and workmanship in wagon
and repair work of all kinds. Comjietent machinists
for threshing and otlirr machinery. Our wheelwright’s
work stands the test of summer roads. Charges al
ways reasonable. Horses shod by us are always ready
J. H. MESSNER, Manager.
Office above 8 P
D. A L. Co a Store.
Wia. M. COLVIG,
To See Nye’» Closing Out Stock
«moa la Red Men'« Bu Id lag
of Ladies’ Shirt Waists.
P. P. PRIM A SON,
ATTORNEYS ANU COUNSELORS
a V LAW
■Will practlce In all eourts ot tke Stale. Ot-
Boe In the Court House last door on tbe
right from entranne.
A. N. SOLISS.
attorney and oounbelor at law
V Notare I ubilo. Pi sctlcee In all tbe courte.
Offioe oo California Street, bei. tth and »ih.
ATTORN EY-AT LA W
We Are Coming to Town
Ladies' Shirt Waists closing out at cost. Bargains in
All-over lace and embroidery, daint le<t and prettiest
Our new line of ladies’kid gloves have arrived. We
like them and you will too when you see them. Only SI
Roys'launderied shirts assorted colors and sizes, 735
to 50 cents.
Men’» percale shirts and shirts with extra length in
sleeve, etc. Bow ties of latest shades and designs.
H. B. Nye’s Racket Store
Jffloe over Halr-R.ddle Hardware Store.
A. E. REAMES,
ATTOR NE Y-A T-L a W,
Practice! la all the oourtf
Offioe la Bank
Mrs J. W. Clark la laying tbe foundation for 1
bis new bouse.
E. A . Mack, our landlord, was at tbe county-
seat tbli week.
Mlsasa Wilson are visiting in Jacksonville,
guests of Misses Hulfer.
Pal Stidham bas returned from California,
and will engage in painting.
W. A. Mass Intends to erect a neat residence,
and Is hauling lumber Uerefor.
Misses Nettle Lee and Bettie Oleson have
returned from Hornbrook, Calif.
Mrs. J. H. Gay has been at Ashland, visit
ing her sister, Mrs. J. E White.
Miss Nora Sydow.tbe popular school teacher,
got back from San Francisco Friday.
Prof. Hahby bas bought ot H. Corum the Bert
Newton property. The price paid was »350.
Heading and threshing are progressing rapid
ly In this vicinity. Wheat la turnlug out well.
I. C. Robnett. our popular merchant, and his
wife drove over to Jacksonville one day this
E. Pleasant, W. H. Norcross and tbelr fami
lies started for Crescent City Wednesday, to
take a look at tbe ocean
Oscar Kincaid came down from eastern Ore
gon to attend the funeral of his mother, which
took place last Saturday.
Mrs. W. B. Kincaid, a pioneer of southern
Oregon, died July 30th. and her remains were
burled In the Central Point cemetery Saturday,
Rev J Marley officiating.
Mart. Welch met with a bad accident while
helping to move W. J Freeman's house last
week The lever to the capstan broke and bit
him on the thigh, just below the hip joint.
w T Leever ia In s critical condition
few weeks ago he fell down,and Dr Cole thinks
tbe bone near tbe hip joint received a fracture.
Mr L. has been In a helpless state for a long
Sports for the Coming Fair.
Among tbe new and Interesting features ot
the district fair, to be held in Ashland In Sep
tember for five days, will be three base-vall
games sad a band oontest.
Tbe first game takes place Wednesday, Sept.
18th, between the Grant’r. Pass and Ashland
nines, for a purse ot MO; the second on Thurs
day, Sept 18th, between the Eagle Point and
Medford uluea. tot a like purse; the third will
be for a purse of »76. on Friday, Sept. 30th. be
tween the victors of the two previous games,
for the championship of the district.
should prove quite interesting and attractive.
Tbe band contest will take place within the
Chautauqua grounds. Thursday evening, Sept.
30tb, at 7 o'clock, for a purse of »150, tbe first
prize being (100 and the second 150.
bands la the district are eligible to contest.
No entrance fee will be required for these
purses, and the actual contestants of each day
will be admitted free to the ball grounds.
The members ot each band contesting for tbe
purses will be admitted free to the Chautauqua
grounds on the evening ot the contest.
Tbe contesting nines will have the right to
choose their own umpires, and all g^mes must
be to a finish, or no money will be awarded.
Tbe contesting bands will each choose one of
Its members, who together will constitute a
board for the selection ot judges to decide the
There will be musical, literary and other en
tertainments during every evening of the fair.
ing and Day
The Best In Current Literature
12 C omplktk N ovels Y early
MANY SHORT STORIES AND
PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS
S2.S0 per year ; 25 era. a cofy
NO CONTINUED STORIES
EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITBELV
MORMON BISHOPS’ PILLS have bean In tv
over 60 years by the leaders ot the Mormon Church and their
followers. Positively cures the worst cases In old and young
.Hsing from effects of mil abuse. dlMipatlon, excesses, or clfarette smoking. CArna Last
Manlta*d lmpot.noy, Lent Power, NlgKt-Lwssea, Npermntorrhoen, Insomwla,
Pains lx Baek>OICvfl Dasires. Rnmlnal f.ralMin»», lJU*« Bach, N»rvoms DabilWy.
roeelo, or Cewatl*«»
Readarha, Undtnass *a Marry. I-»sa •< Ne>«..m, VarU
Twltrhlog ot Kjrv-
tlon. «top* tkalrkaess ot Dtwharga. Rlopa Nawaaa
llda. Fffectsare Immidlate. Impart vigor and jwtenev to every CENTS innctlon. Don’t get
aim. nesiorv* »m*>.,
tha'bralnahd nerve on «er». 60c. a box. 8 for »2.64 by mail. A written guarantee, to curs or
niouev rctuudeu, with 6 boxes. Circular! tree.
trades. For full information apply
or write to Union Iron Works, 222
Market St., San Francisco.
To be honest, to be kind, to earn a
little and to spend less, to make, upon
the whole, a family happier by his
presence, to renounce where that shall
be necessary and not to be imblttered,
to keep a few friends, but these with
out capitulation; above all. on the same
grim conditions to keep friends with
himself—here Is a task for all that a
man has of fortitude and delicacy.—
Robert Louis Ntevenaon.
will change a sickly baby to
a plump, romping child.
Only one cent a day, think
of it. Its as nice as cream.
Send for a free sample, and try it.
SCOTT & BOWNfc Chemists,
<09-4’5 Pe*rl Street,
90c. and $1.00; all druggist».
Most Carlon* Thing.
Ad d rare, BISHOP REMEDY CO., San Franolae«, Cal.
Much Reading for Little Money.
Only 50 Cents
»Several rears ago I suffered severely from
female weakness. prolapsua, sad a»enarrha|Sa,
sad used Dr. Herve’s Favorite Prescription with
splendid effect." writes Fannie Shettnn. *f
Washington, town »Glad I have not needed It
for a few yearn past, hut if t should hsve any
return of the old trouble would suraly try * Fa
vorite Prescription.' I have reccmmended it to
a number of mv lady friends. I always tell
them to try a bottle, and if they are not bene
fited, by it I will pay for the medicine. Ia
every case they have spoken in praise of it*
MANCA WEAK WOMEN
AN» MCK WOMEN WELL.
I. G. Moon was in Jacksonville this
week, oa business connected with his
mill at Provolt.
A. Conklin of the Mining Journal
lias returned from his trip to Buffalo
a id Boise city.
E. M. Albright of Waldo district,
the enterprising miner,was in Grant’s
Pass a few days ago.
John Blalock has moved to his
mines in Grave creek district, accom
panied by his family.
Henry Walter of The Oregon, who
has been recuperating at the residence
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Walter of Humbug, returned to
Grant’s Pass this week, fully restored.
Hon. John P. Jones, U. S. senator
from Nevada, who ha« been looking
after his Interests in Mt. Reuben dis
trict, being one of the principal men
thereof,speaks highly of southern Ore»
gon and its future.
The Observer says that the late
Geo. C. Booth of Wilderville com
mitted suicide by taking strychnine,
leaving a wife and several children in
destitute circumstances. His friends
deny this, however, and say he died
from natural causes.
The Grant’s Pass Tailoring Co. has
been kept busy ever since It began
business, and has turned out more
suits of clothes by far than any like
establishment in southern Oregon.
Good fits,best materials, lowest prices
is the motto of Messrs. Larsen and
Paid For Hi» Time.
Retail Market Report.
Tom Brown, tbe cashier of the Bank
The following quotations were
of California, was pestered the other made up this afternoon, and is an
day by a promoter who persisted In impartial report of the prices paid
explaining to him an invention which by Jacksonville dealers:
Wheat—oOiafiOc per bushel.
be claimed would bring fame and for
Flour—91.50 091.60 per 100 pound»
tune to him if lie could only enlist tbe
Oats—40c to 50c per bushel.
aid of some one to assist him in intro
Barlev—Rolled, 91.25 per cental.
ducing It. But Brown had beard such
Hay—Per ton, baled, 910.
fairy tales before, and so be got snap
Potatoes--91.50 per hundred.
py and brought matters to a business
Onions—IcOH per pound.
basis. "My time Is very valuable,” he
Butter—25c(<i50c per roll.
said, "and I cannot allow you to take
Beans—3O5c per pound.
up any more of It.” “How valuable?”
Lard—13¡c per pouud.
Eggs—15c per dozen.
asked the promoter. "A dollar a min
Sugar- -D G. 96.40 per cwt.
ute," said Brown, with au air of dis
Poultry—92.50 to 93.00 per dozen
missal. as be turned to bis desk and
Hams—15 and 16c per pound.
rustled the papers in a farewell to you
Shoulder»—124c per pound.
sort of way. "Then I’ll take 20 min
Side Bacon—lOWlUc per pound.
utes.” said tbe promoter as be laid a
large piece of glitter on tbe banker's
desk. He took tbe full time and rat
tled along until be bad quite finished,
devoting bls last few seconds to an
earnest promise to call again. Then
to make your baby strong and
tbe cashier sat back In his chair and
well. A fifty cent bottle of
wondered on which side he should en
ter his $20.—San Fraucisco Argonaut
Academic, Intermediate, Primary and Kindergarten.
A F amily L ibrary
Fred. Cheshire has returned from
Mrs. Fred. Miller is being visited
by her sister, Miss Little of Medfcrd.
Miss Ida Williams has been visit
ing Miss Mabel Palethorpe of Ashland.
A Farm of 720 acres, located on Rogue
River, suitable tor grain and fruit culture or
stock raising; has ample building* and .enclng.
A Placer Mine, in operation, equipped with
pipe and giant; also some quartz properties.
"Mamma. I guesa I'm going to bare the
I will sell tor __
lake Ln in part
pavmer* chicken pox.
I round a leather in bed tbis
Terms, , morning.”
or adjacent to
one-half down, balance in easy payments at 6
Keep tbe children's bowel» all rlgbt by giv
per cent. Call on or address,
ing them Ayer's Pills now and then. and they
H. L. WHITE.
wiil not be ao liable to take these contagious
Lock Box 35 Ashland. Or<gon.
A woman haa> a right to be positive m
Dr. J. W. ODOBRS.
matters wtiich are matters of personal
knowledge and expert eace. Every wom-
The Academic department offers four courses—the
aa who has nsed Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Classical, Latin, Scientific, the English and College
Prescription for diseases of the womanly
argans is positive aa to its wonderful
■Has permanently located In Ashland
for ? the
value, and confidently recom
...... ........«• From
Special advantages in Music. Native French teacher, resident. curative
yraotlcs of ».
mends it to similar sufferers.
praotloeof over fourteen yean I am pre
Women who suffer from inflammation,
Under tbe patronage of the School are «ORMAL E1MDER0ARTBH TRAINING CLAMM
pared to guarantee entire eatlefaetlon
nduoted by a Specialty.
alceratian, female weakness, ar nervous
Bogarato Mor .0 and Special Regulatleaa far Peet Graduates and Matara Stadeata diseases caused by disease of the wajn-
aaly organs will find a complete cureby
a^For circular, .nd otW information addro..
ELIANOB TKBBETT8i Pr1aelpal.
the use of " Favorite Prescription."
JOSEPHINE COUNTY ITEMS.
The New York World has got the coat of
printing down to a minimum. Its latest offer
ot its monthly newspaper-magazine is inter
esting,if from no other cause than that it shows
the acme of • how much for how little.” The
Monthly World is a 33 page magazine with
colored cover. Its pages are about the size of
the pages of the Ladies' Home Journal, and It
is copiously illustrated in half-tone. The illus
trations are the result of the best artistic
skill, aided by all the latest printing-press ap-
pliances. making a magazine unrivaled in the
quality ot its contents and its appearance.
Each issue oontains stories of romance, love,
adventure, travel; stories of fiction and fact;
stories of things quaint and curious, gathered
together from all over the world; the results ot
scientific research and editorial reviews It
numbers among lta contributors the leading
literary men and women of the day. A feature
each month Is a full page portrait of the most
famed mau or woman ot the moment In the
public eye. In collecting and preparing for
publication tbe literary matter and art sub
jects tot the Monthly World no expense is
spared. The New York World will send six
numbers ot this newspaper-magazine on re
To Found ■ Model Town.
eelpt of 15 cents in stamps
A gigant.c scheme Is afloat to round a great World, Pulitzer Building. New York.
model Industrial town In the e&elern part ot
She Didn't Wear a Maak,
the country, where shall be gathered a variety
of manufacturers and an army of employes,
But bar beauty, mm . completato
under social conditions; the town and manu hidden by sore«, bfotchwBaAjiaapfljjl
factures to be organized according to the most till she used Bucklen’s Arnica Salves
approved business metbods, with the highest Then they vanished as will eruptions,
regard to the physical and Intellectual welfare fever sores, boils, ulcers, carbuncles
of its residents. Fifty years ago a medicine was and felons from its use.
founded which also bad in view the welfare of tor cuts, corns, burns, scalds and
This was Hostetter's Stomach piles. Cure guaranteed. 25c at City
Bitters, a remedy famed the world over for its Drug Store.
cure of dyspepsia, constipation, indigestion,
belching, insomnia, biliousness, nervousness
and malaria, fever and ague. As a strength
Intelligent young men, from 17 to
ening tonic and blood purifier it Is unequaled. 19 years of age, having
A trial will certainly oonvince you of Its ,-alue. school education, to learn mechanical
Opened its 32d
year with a
full corps of
teachers. It m
ROBT. G. SMITH,
Graat'a Paa*. Oragaa.
CENTRAL POINT POINTERS.
Saint Helen's Hall,
Office tn Red Men’e Building.
ATTORNEY AND OOUNSELOR AT LAW.
Banana«, otauges and lemons can
always be found at Wetterer’s.
The country editor is kept busy
these days rustling wood and potatoes
tor tbe winter campaign.
Joe Wetterer makes a specialty of
light drinks, fresh candies, nuts,
tropical and other fruits, etc.
Senator Clark of Montana confirms
the report that he has purchased a big
copper and coai property in Siberia.
Notes, receipts, drafts, due-bills,
etc., In book form, can always be ob
tained at T he T imes Printing House.
Age is not all decay; it Is the ripen
ing, tbe swelling of tbe fresh life
within that withers and bursts tbe
California has a law which makes
It a misdemeanor to work more than
six days in one week, except in case
Hereafter orders will be drawn on
ail money-order offices in either Can
ada or Cuba, for which only domestic
rates will be charged.
Since Uncle Sam succeeded in col
lecting bis due from tbe Sultan of
Turkey European creditors have been
trying to find out how he did it.
Tbe San Francisco brewers have
raised the price of steam beer, and
the schooners will be cut down to or
dinary sloops with thick bottoms by
The latest report of the Anaconda
M. Co., Montana, states tbe cost for
mining during the year 1900 was 93.97
a ton, and for smelting, refining and
treatment charges generally 94.14 a
When you want a modern, up-to-
date physic try Chamberlain's Stom-
a:h and Liver Tablets. They are
easy to take and pleasant in effect.
Price 25 cents. Samples free at City
The celebrated Snap Shot, the best
medicine in tbe world for allaying in-
tlarumatijn in man or beast, can be
found at Dr. Robinson’s diug
store, also at Dr. Hinkle's, Central
Point. Try it.
In the West oil and water, it seems,
go hand and band. Tbe search for
petroleum on tbe Mohave desert in
California has resulted in tbe devel
opment of a supply of artesian water
wtiich is destined in time to prove of
more value than oil.
Coleman and James Younger, after
their 25 years in the Minnesota state
prison, for blowing up a bank and
i I murdering two or three men, have
been pardoned, and will begin work
as salesmen for a St. Paul dealer in
gravestones and monuments.
You can never cure dyspepsia by
dieting. What your body needs is
plenty of good food properly digested.
Then if your stomacirrwill not digest
it Kodol Dyspepsia Cuie will. It
contains allof tiie natural digestants;
hence must digest every class of food
and so prepare it that nature can use
it in nourishing the body and replac
ing the wasted tissues, thus giving
life, health, strength, ambition, pure
blood and good, healthy appetite.
City Drug Store Jacksonville and
Dr. J, Hinkle Central Point.
The best suggestions offered, be
cause obviously the most surely bene
ficial to the great mass of the people,
are those which look to the creation
of free hospitals for poor consump
tives, the blind and tbe crippled, and
to tbe establishment of more free-for-
jall schools for technical instruction
and manual training. All philan-
trophic money thus invested goes di
rectly on one hand to relieve human
misery that cannot otherwise be
lightened, and on the other hand to
enlarge the useful knowledge of the
people and thereby increase their
power to help themselves.
Mm. Qtrtuer (who wants to know
everything)—Now, what do yon con
sider to be tbe most curious thing you
ever saw, professor?
Professor Trotter—A woman, madam.