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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1902.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
The following deeds have been re
corded in the office of the county re-
corder since tbe last report of T hs
T imes :
Our Wet Weather Goods
NEXT THIRTY DAYS
We Offer You for the
Ladies’ Mackintoshes Regular $4.00, Now $2.85
$3.75, “1 $2.65
$6.50, “ $4.65
MEN’S AND BOYS’ OVERCOATS,
ORECON ALL-WOOL MACKINAWS.
Prices Always the Low t st.
Did you ever compare a delicious, flaky,
delicately browned loaf of bread made
GEO. O’B. DB BAR, M. D.,
Snowy Butte Flour
WOtFc« In Kabler'» Building, up-»t»lrn. Re»-
ld<n« on California street. Dor or nl«ni
os: la attended oromotli
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With the sad results achieved from the use of cheaper flour?
The one, the highest triumph of cookery—the most useful of
all the arts; the other, a monument to wasted energy, blasted
hopes and poor judgment. But why continue the compari
son? If you have made the mistake in the past, trying to
exist on inferior flour, redeem yourself bv ordering Snowy
Butte flour only in future.
J. M. KEENE, D. D. S.
OPERATIVE DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY
Office» <n the Adktna Deuel blook
H. D. NORTON.
Every up-to-date dealer
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Grant*« Pana, Oregon.
Total.................................. »19618 00
Land far Sale.
I have 1560 acres 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
The Trip of the Season.
A winter trip to southern Califor
nia and Arizona via the famous
Shasta Route is one never to be for
gotten. Renewed acquaintance with
this section will ever develop fresh
points of interest and added sources
of enjoyment under its numberless re
sorts of mountain, shore, valley and
plain. Two trains leave Portland
daily, morning and evening, for Cali
fornia. These trains are equipped
with tbe most improved pattern of
standard and tourist sleeping cars,
and the low rates place the trip in
reach of all. For illustrated guides
California and Arizona winter resorts
R. B. M iller , Gen’l Pass. Ag’t.
Part land, Or.
womoe above S P. D. * L. Co '• Store.
Wm. M. COLVIG.
Intelligent young men, from 17 to
19years of age, having common school
education, to learn mechanical trades.
For full information apply or write to
(Inion Iron Works, 222 Market St.,
A D Gorden to T 8 and W A Hlginboth-
>m. 180 acre» In aeo.ll), twp33, 7 e
J Walter Powell to Walter P Powell,
lot» 4, 5, and 8, Woolen’» add to Ash
land.............................................................. 700 03
T J Kenney to A Petard, 8 70 acre» south
of and adjoining Jacksonville,............ 175 09
G W Wlloox to Katie Hull, property In
Woodville........................... .7..V............ IIS 00
B F Carter to Katie Bull, property ad
Katie Bull to Mr» Catnerlne Sanborn,
same property,......................................... TOO 00
J»» BCv.eiuau iuOH Roberta, 40 acre»
In sec 7, twp», lw.................................... 100 00
O H Roberta to Allee C Robert», same
property ................ ,..............................
G P Goin to L C Paul, 70 acres in sec 18,
twp», 1 e .............................................. 100 10
Olive M F, Jones to H E Stone, property
Ca-ter Land Co to L J Brannon, lot 31,
Bellevue add to Aabland.................... 325 00
Ashland BAL Association to J S Smith
ei ux. 6.75 acres In Ashland..............
C W Kahler to John A Reuter, el al, <j
c d to certain lands.................................
T J Kenney to 8 Barne burg, administra
tor's deed to Rosenthal property In
Medford....................................................... 6050 00
Z Cameron to G A Dlcklson, 715 14 acres
of land In Table Rock precinct .
ED Briggs to E Jones, 1554 acres ad
joining Ashland ..................................
Irene Eaton to Ellen Band, 1 acre ad
joining Jacksonville............................... 100 00
Mary Pryce et al. to J E Coffee, ten
acres of Chavner estate.......................... 800 09
Neil West et al to Mary A Nicholson,
property In Medford........................... 800 00
C W Kahler to N Delscb et ux. 24 acres
In Cardwell's add to Jacksonville
. 7100 00
Alex Thompson to N Det-ch. nroperty In
eastern add to Jacksonville ... ... 250 01
•V Jffioe In Red Meo'» Hu Idin
»15.00 to »18.00 a Week
P. P. PRIM A SON,
ALL CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
attorneys and counselors at law
ARE NOW CURABLE
by our new invention.
ear Will praotloe tn all oourl» of tbe State. Of-
Bee In the Court Houae laet door on tbe
rlrbt from entranoe
Onlv those born deaf are incurable.
HEAD NOISES CEASE
F. A. WKRMAN,
attorney - at - law
Office over tUlr-Rlddle Hardware Store.
A. E. REAMES,
ATTORN EY-AT-L* W,
Our treatment doe* not interfere with your it atm I occupation,
YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME ““XT*““1
INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AVE., CHICAGO, ILL
^Office In Red Men'» Building.
Location Makes No Difference.
ROBT. G. SMITH,
ATTORNEY and counselor at law .
Graat’a Paaa, Oregaa.
gW Praotleee tn »11 tb» oourte
B altimore . Md., March 30. 1901.
thanks to your treatment, I will now give you
a full history of my case, to lie used pt your discretion.
About five years ago my right ear began to Fing, and this kept on getting worse, until I lost
my h< 11tag m uiia«at entirely
I underwent a treatment for catarrh, for three months, without any success, consulted a num-
her of physiciana, among others,- the most eminent ear specialist of this city, who told me that
only an operation could help me, and even that only temjjorarily, that the head noises would
then cease, but the hearing in the affected ear would be lost forever
I then saw your advertisement accidentally in a New York paper, afld ordered your treat
ment. After I had used it only a few days according to your directions, the noises ceased, and
to-day, after five weeks, my hearing in the diseased car has been entirely restored. I thank you
heat lily and beg to remain
Very truly yours,
1*. A. WKRMAN, 730S. Broadway, Baltimore. Md.
Gentlemen : — Being: entirely cured of deafneHR,
A. C. HOUGH,
The Best Photographs
Office tn Hank
Are still being made by
H. C. MACKEY & BOYD,
The • Shasta • Route
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
Train leave Medford for Portland and way
»talloni al 4:71 A M and 1.87 P M
I:» P M
11:48 P M
17:8* A M
8:00 A M
Arrive Sacramento 8:08 P M
8:88 A M
Arrive Ben Francisco 7:88 PM
7:00 A M
Arrive Denver______ »:»
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Arrive "ftansas City 7:M a m
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Arri,« Lo» Angele« 8 00 r m
Arrive Sew Orlean» 8.ST p
Arrive Washington 8:47 A
Arrive New York
<05 A M
AT THE BIG TENT
C Street, Opposite Van Dyke’s Store.
MAX MULLER & CO.
»alary for an Intelligent man or
woman in each town.
position. 30 cents per hour for spare
time. Address Manufacturer, Box
It the old saying, "All the world
love« a lover,” is true, then the fiction
in The Cosmopolitan for January
should be popular indeed. All the
stories vary in treatment, plot and
action, from Frances Courtenay Bay
lor’s charming storv, ‘‘Cupid’« Practi
cal Joke,” to Maarten Maarten’s
stront'doinest ic tracedv. “Hr Fath
er’s Wife;” but all have love for a
Pains in the Back
Are symptoms of a weak, torpid or
stagnant condition of the kidneys or
liver, and are a warning it is extremely
hazardous to neglect, so important
is a healthy action of these organs.
They are commonly attended by loss
of energy, lack of courage, and some
times by gloomy foreboding and de
“I had pains In my back, could not sleep
and when I got up in the morning felt
worse than the night tx-fore. I began tak
ing Hood's Sarsaparilla and now I can
sleep and get up feeling rested and able to
do my work. I attribute my cure entirely
to Hood’s Sarsaparilla.” Mas. J. N. P kbby ,
care H. S. Copeland, Pike Koad, Ala.
Cure kidney and liver troubles, relieve
the back, and build up the whole system.
JL » JHkakes short roads.
'~77OO a ~ m
8:1» P M
8:47 A M
H:IÛ P M
Pullman and tourist cart on both trains.
Chair oar» Saoramenlo to Ogden an d El
Pano, and tourist oar» to Chicago 81 Lout»
New Orleans and Washington.
Di root connection at Han Franr-iaco with
ateamahlp line» for Hawaii, Japan, China, th«
Phlopptnea and Australia.
ticket» and rates call on or ad-
~ V Llpplnoo'
»♦. Agent. Modford.
R 11 MILLER
R K (EHLER
G r ar Ae’t
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 Best
sufficient to give you most
delicious tea biscuit using
Royal Baking Powder as di
rected. A pure, true leavener.
FACTS IN FEW LINES
In 1801 there were only 280,000 per
sons In tbe limits of the United States
who spoke German as a mother tongue.
Twelve thousand emigrants from the
British Islands and over 17,000 from
the United States went Into Canada
Cotton growers have netted »400,-
000,000 more for the past live crops
(1901 crop estimated) than for the
Queensland, in Australia, grows
great quantities of sugar cane and lias
thousands of acres yielding grapes,
bananas and oranges.
The falls of Glomen, Norway, are to
be utilized for the operation of an elec
trical generating plant almost as large
as the one at Niagara,
Yii Cyeago boilers of steam motor
carriages ha v£ to
inspected by the
bailer ^JilS^ctldS^ department of the
city the same as any other boiler.
No fewer than 4,060 Paris landlords
have refused to provide a proper drain
age system in their bouses I d accord
ance with the new sanitary regula
One out of every forty-nine deaths
In Minnesota is due to accident or
negligence, according to the report of
vital statistics for 1804 to 1897, In
One hundred thousand bales of cot
ton lasted the Lancashire mills for a
year in 1800. Now the same amount
would feed their spindles for a day
and a quarter.
Tbe lighthouse at Cai>e Kallakra, on
the Europeau coast of tbe Black sea.
was destroy wl by .»he earthquake on
March 31. Steps have been taken for
tlie provision of a trmvorsn light.
A plant which thrives in the arid re
gion of tbe west is the greasewood, the
young plunts of which have a milky
sap and tbe old wood a resinous gum
known to be soluble in certain hydro
carbon solvents of rubber. From the
young greasewood sap two Inventor«
have discovered a method of making
artificial India rubber. By thia proc
ess they are enabled to obtain a gum
my mass of brown color, highly flex
ible, elastic, combustible and seems to
possess tbe characteristics of India
rubber, except that it has rather a bal
samic odor, differing from the odor of
Totnmerciai rubber. Tbe gum can be
,'ulcanlzed by tbe addition of a quan-
:lry of sulphur in the same manner as
the indiu rubber of commerce. j-
Gron lnt; Pecans.
It is the fashion now in Georgia to
let pecau groves. Tbe trees have been
found to grow and thrive well in that
climate, and they have varieties which
bear nuts us much larger than the or
dinary wild nut which we used to
kuow as tbe improved chestnut 18
better than tbe small wild uul Trees
planted fifteen to twenty year« ago
ire producing profitable crops, and
hundreds of acres have been set to
them within tbe last ten years, while
planting Is going on now at a greater
rate than ever before. One man near
Columbus, Ga„ is about to set eighty
acres, and it may not be long before
we see them coming by the carload for
>ur Christmas nut trade.—American
Market "«« the Hoof.”
A farm should, first of all. produce
everything thut can be consumed, then
.Tops to be sold, and tbe less of the
Stops the Cough
utter tbe better. Stock should be kept
and Works off the Cold.
tufficieut to consume all food products.
Laxative Bromo-Qulntne Tablets cure a cold
I d one day. No Cure, No Pay. Price 25 cents. ■ nd the corn. oats. bay. etc., should be
marketed “on the hoof.” Why sell
Carina a Gaa Shy Do«.
rattle or bogs to feeders when they
An old hunter tells the following may be fed at home?—Farm and
story relative to gun shy dogs:
“A few years ago I owned an Irish
terrier who was not only frightened
out of bis wits at the report of a gun,
but who would flee at the sight of one
or even at the sound of the ‘click’ caus
ed by closing the breech. To cure him
I used to take him on a chain fastened
to a belt around my waist anil used to
fire continually at small birds. Occa
sionally I let him chase a rabbit, shot
It ns close In front of his nose as I
dared and then let him pick it up.
Never thought of such a
Tills was of course teaching him bad
manners, but to cure him of running in sign for a medicine did you ?
was an easier matter than breaking
him of beir.g gun shy. After a month Well, it's a good sign, for
or two of this sort of thing—and it very Scott’s Emulsion. The body
ft.-n meant dragging him out by main
force—he began to understand that the las to be repaired like other
.tun was quite harmless to himself and
that there was fun to lie had some- things and Scott's Emulsion is
imes in addition. Eventually whenev-
•r he saw me pick up the gun he went the medicine that does it.
•vlld with excitement, and to the day
These poor bodies wear out
of his death, although only a terrier,
he was one of the best dogs with the from worry, from over-work,
gun I ever bad.”
Gunrdlnx the Frnck President.
President Loubet is well protected.
His secret guard consists of twelve
men under tbe orders of a police com
missioner. These meu watch constant
ly over his ¡a-rson. When he receives,
they mingle with the guests close by
him. and when be goes out they follow
him and have orders never to lose him
tin instant from view. When be drives,
they accompany him on bicycles, and
it is only then that they can be recog
nized. This guard of thirteen men
alone costs the state the nice little sum
of 75,000 francs a year.—Chicago Rec
The I.enab and the Bnnlco Vletlns.
It is a common saying that the per
son who buys a “gold brick” or invests
in “green goods” gets Just what he de
serves in view of the wide publicity
constantly given in the press about
such transactions. But the examples
of lamb shearing in finance are quite
as common, nnd the loser of a fleece la
deserving of about the same measure
of sympathy that the bunko victim
usually receives.—Ix>s Angeles Herald.
Grain O! Grain-O!
^■^Pood for everything
that runs on wheels.
Remember that name when you want a de
licious, appetising, nourishing toed drink to
take th« place at coffee Sold bv all grocers
and liked by all who have used It
Grain O is
made of pure grain. It aids digestion and
strengthens the nerves. It 1« not a stimulant,
but a health builder, and the children as well
as the adults oan drink It with great bonefft.
Coots about q as much as ooffee
‘ der package. Ask your grocer tor Grain O.
from disease. They get thin
and weak. Some of the new
ones are not well made—and
all of the old ones are racked
from long usage.
Scott’s Emulsion fixes all
kinds. It does the work both
inside and out. It makes soft
bones hard, thin blood red,
weak lungs strong, hollow
places full. Only the best ma
terials are used in the patching
and the patches don’t show
through the new glow of health.
No one has to wait his turn.
You can do it yourself—you
and the bottle.
This picture repreienta
the Trade Mark of Scott'a
Emulsion and is on tli«
wrapper of every bottle.
$«nd for free tamplc-
SCOTT & BOWNE,
4C9 Pearl SL- N«w Voile.
50c. and ft. ail druggist»