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CENTRAL POINT POINTERS.
JOSEPHINE COUNTY ITEMS.
MARRIAOBS IN JOSEPHINE
Get th« Almaaac that Predicted
th» Galveston Storm.
The Ladle»* Birthday Almanac for
1902 lias been distributed In our town.
This publication achieved great prom
inence In September by Ils accurate
prediction of the Galveston storm.
The New York Times of Sep. 13th said:
“Galveston’s disastrous storm was
predicted with startling accuracy by
the weather prophet, Andrew Jack-
son DeVoe, in the Ladies' Birthday
Almanac issued in Chattanooga,
Tenn., last January." It is so differ
ent from (he ordinary cheap patent
medicine almanac that it has become
very popular, and now has a circula
tion of 15,000,000 ooples annually.
Our readers who have not received a
copy of the 1902 edition can get it
from their merchant or by sending
their addres« to tbe Ladles’ Birthday
Almanac, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Lee Ingram was al-the county-seat
Marcus R >bbln* ha« begun tbe prac
a short time since.
tice of law in Grant’» Fas».
The following license« to marry
Mrs. M. M. Cooksey was a recent were Issued by County Clerk Bartlett
E G. Borden,the »age of Woodville,
of Josephine during the year 1901:
was at Grant’» Pa»» Saturday.
Mrs. K. Morris spent a few hours at
j. R. McKnigbt, our popular gro
Jacksonville one day last week.
5. Fred E Littlejohn to Lydia M
cer, ha» been Joined by bi» wife.
Mrs. E. Ross was recently the Mann.
Will. Anderson has been appointed
9. Eii Mayer to Lizzie Leever.
quest of her daughter, Mrs. 51. Ig.
supervisor of Selma road district.
28. Joshua Neathamer to Ida Slier-
Stanley of Ashland.
Elisha Frankhum has been granted
D. Lynes and his family have gone
license to run a ferry across Rogue
to Siskiyou county, Calif., to reside
3. Geo Chapin to Lucy Mucker.
4. John O Keffer to Eugenia M
N. Ileberlie, a prominent business
John Olwell last week attended a Schaffer.
man of Chico, Calif., h*» been visit-
6. John A Goff to Mary Ethel
meeting of the regents of the Oregon
in« hU brother, L. A. Heberlie.
Agricultural Uoilege.uf which body he Sanders.
Elghty-two coyote scalps were pre- is a member.
.entia to County Clerk Bartlett dur-
Erickson to Sarah I
Rev. Mr. llOncrait of Portland, tbe
Ing the four month» ending Dec. 31,
iptist minister, who was to have be Sickles.
gun a revival here, failed to put in an 4. Chas J Anderson to Florence
J T. Logan, tbe genial superintend
County Comml»»loner»’ Court.
ent of the Simmons-Cameron mines,
6. Èverett Grant Holman to Ells
Fred Roper of Placer and his wife Wetherspoon.
spent a few day» in Grant’» Pas» last
were at Central Point recently, at*
7. Wm S Stock to Mary York.
having resigned as road
tending tbe funeral of the latter's
17 Chas Albert Williams to Laura supervisor of distriot No. 2,1. Homos
Geo S. Calhoun and his family, who grandmother.
has been appointed to till the vacancy.
are sDending the winter in California,
20. Jas Miller to Hattie Bens in.
It was ordered that E. DeR»beam,
to return to this section in the
Mrs. Will. Owen of Hornbrook,
hospital contractor, hereafter be pala
Calif., who has been visiting at Cen
•4 a week fur each patient in tbe
Miss Lena Carter returned to Jose- tral Point, has returned borne, ac
companied by her sister, Miss Mattie
21. John Ranzau to Gertrude R county bospital.
The road easement prayed for by W.
ftere »be has been employed for Lee.
Asblau and others was
21 Leonard B Estes to Bertie F. Songer of Ashland
Mrs. F. M. Amy returned from a Grimes.
Henry Popkin of the Grant » Pass
It was ordered that A. J. Daley be
BoTtllnJ Works was in tbe upper val- cently. accompanied by her sister,
K Kt w*k. interviewing hi» nu Mrs. Tscbudy, who recently lost her
12. John Luckbard to Marie Wetli- authorized to furnish Mrs. Laura
Dawson and tier family goods to the
husband. Mr. Amy met them at Ash erlll.
of •<> a month for three
The Grant’s Pass Choral Union is
The funeral of the late Mrs. I. B.
S. G. Van Dyke of district No.
rehearsing "The Haymaker»,’’ a su
0 was allowed a rebate of «8 on his
perior cantata, which will be present Williams was attended by a large
number of friends of the deceased.
road tax, for using wide-tired wagons.
ed in the near future.
Rev. E. B. Lockhart conducted the son.
Tbe sales of property tor delinquent
17. Geo W Copeland to Susie A Mc taxes for the years 1897, 1898, 1899 and
M F. Hull is manipulating the servicesand preached an Impressive
ribbons on Lister A Cal vert 8t®4Je sermon.
1900, were confirmed. Tbe repoits of
18. Karl F Girard to Minnie J tiie different county officers were ap
line between Grant’s Paa» and Waldo,
One of the most delightful social Jarrett.
and giving general satisfaction.
functions ever held in Central Point
18. John II Simmons to Minnie May
A tax of 25 mills on tbe taxable
Jesse Coffee of Gold
was that given at the residence of Percy.
property returned by the assessor, for
recently Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gibson by their
23. Harvey E Galbreath to Rosa A 1901, for state, county, school aud
daughter, Mrs. 1. C. Robnett, and Orme.
other purposes, was levied.
place, paying #80 an acre therefor.
Miss Nora Syaow. Tbe decorations
28 Marvin Jordan to Dara Frakes.
It was ordered that A. D. Burton, a
28, John Dunn to Emma Rinehart. veteran be admitted to the county
J. C. Mason, tbe well-known wheel were profuse and beautiful, and the
wright. bas returned from ««1*»
bospital, bls pension to be used to
30 R C Atkins to Muggle Phillips. ward paying his maintenance there.
Walla, where he has been visiting his ing. The hostesses have every reason
daughter, who bas been quite sick.
Tbe O. &C. R. R. Co, having paid
Tbe contest between Central Point
3. Tboe P Johnson to Roxey Ann into the county treasury •1218.76,
Jeff Roberts, who was a railroad
amount due for road taxes for the
employe for many years, Is visiting lodge of the A. O. U. W. and that of Adams.
3. J W Stringer to Nancy CDaven- years 1896, 1897 and 1898, tbe treasur
Gran/» Pass. He is now engaged in Gold Hill, to see which would secure
er was ordered to receipt that corpo
raising horses near Anget's camp, the most members during a given time port.
was won by Our lodge by a score of 13
T 13. S J T Johnson to Josephine ration in full therefor.
Bills to a considerable amouol were
^ e /' d . and S. M. Weston have rented to 3, The losers consequently invited Graham.
to Rom^ ftuait^d.
their successful competitors to par- i Aaa jphn W Lichtenberger
the Patton and Denise hop yards, and take of a banquet set Monday of last
his week. About forty members of the
28- Norman Ëields tU Lauf à Ë
order from this place and its vicinity Watts.
accepted the invitation.
oughly enjoyed themselves and speak
-wGrint's Pis8' illve of the
18. Schuyler S Mohy to Nellie M
tile Maccabees installed its uewiy
elected officers Thursday night. Mr».
21. W T 8 Patton to Mary E Patton.
f a Sherwin of Ashland,the efficient
Residences, Farm«, Unimproved Land«, Mining Stock,
Claim«, Etc., can be Sold or Traded by in;. I Advertise
and have Client« all over th«* United S i.trg and can Sell Your
Property in the Shortest Possible Time.
REED MOYER, I p4
Centerlisle, > N. Y.
LCl 1TIC OCII IL
fes, Vines. Pla„ts
We Furnish them For
TO DEALERS AND NURSERYMEN
The BEST and MOST Reliable Stock Grown
on the Coast.
Send tor C»talogu« io
Pacific Nursery Co.
Tan ¿ent. Oregon.
Stenography, Telegraphy, Penmanship, Com
mercial Law, A Teacher'« Course, Preparation
for a Civil Service Examination, or Entrance to
any University, Thorough Work in Seven Courses,
including over Fifty Studies, given at the Old Re
Besides these the RATES are the Most
REASONABLE. The Courses the Most
Thorough. The Accommodations the
Best. The House the Most Complete
The Advantages Many.
Write For Particulars to
W. 0. RAMSEY, Principal,
0. Walter R hay to Martha Bran-
11. Warren L Doolev to Emily Alice
Thia signature 1» 6B every box of tbe genuin«
' ftxker Bro?., the enterprising pro- LaiatlW Bromo-Quinine T»bin*
nrletors of tbe Grant’» Pas»
the remedy that ewm A ewM ta awe Nay
have put a wagon In serVlce
13. Otto Walter to Laura Girier.
mobably tbe handsomest one of tbe in
20. Henry D Masters to Minnie B
?he state. It *a> built especially for
them wV’r- Carrlson, the expert
20. H G Rice to Bertha Wood.
Miners’ liens, deeds to tn Ines, water
23. Martin Brast to Leah Rusk.
right locations and other mining
23. A A Magill to E E Wood.
Martin Heston of Grant’» Bass.who blanks always on hand at T be T ime
24. John W Denny Jr to Minerva
is Dlaviog half-back in the Michigan office.
kills, not necessarily suddenly,
Il diversity’s team with success, has
bS selected as one of the members
but surely . It preys upon the
Notices C ot the location of placer
intellectual powers more than
nf the AU American foot-ball aggre and quartz mines, etc.: up-to-date
2. John W Baird to Cora Mastin.
gation which will tour the country. and complete, for sale at T he T imes
4. Albert St Dennis to Mary Rich
we realize. It consumes the
This is quite an honor.
vitality faster than nature can
4. Job« Neighbor to Lavina Br.Miks.
Geo. W. Lewis of Wilderville has
replenish it, and we cannot tell
The American Mining Code, stand
28. Edgar M Cockerline to Mary
just what moment a temporary
Seco^tyfor 1902, in accordance ing to mining, water-rights, etc., in Messinger.
or complete aberration of the
21. R B Young to Eva I SIH.
at a salary
u0 kept on hand at T be T imes office.
21. Alva M Hammond to Ruth E
mind will result. Headache and
For sale: 225 feet of 74-incb pipe, 12- Rowe.
excellent appointment, as be is well
pain should be promptly re
q^mlitied to till the position.
moved— but properly. Many
nozzles.' All in good order aDd used
28. Frank Eby to Elma Grant.
pain cures are more harmful
The match race ran by R.
Baber’s but little. Enquire at T he T imes
Tbe Wooer and G. Sweetland s Alpha office.
than the pain.
2. Leon G Currier to Essie Slagle.
Lee on tbe
Grant’s Pass Racing Av
you would be safe, take
C. D. Crane, an expert miner, is de
20. Roy S Hale to Mary E Ander
veloping the old Lucky Queen mine,
by tbe former by two lengths- The <11. located in Jump-off-Joe district. Toe son.
17. TJ Havens to Susan Green.
tinpp was a Quarter of a mile, wmeu prospects are favorable and he is quite
was run in 24 seconds, good lime con hopeful of success.
“As a result of neuralgia I lost the
Thousands Sent Into Exile.
sidering the condition of the .ract.
sight of my right eye, and the pain I
Tbe Gold Bug mine, situated in Mt.
suffered Is incomprehensible, be
Prof. Joef Mueller, *ho is be^e in Reuben district, has reached a depth
ing obliged to take opiates almost con
the interest» of the Allen & Gilbert of 300 feet, and the ore is showing up sufferers whose lungs are sore and
tinually. A friend gave me one of Dr.
Co and is an accomplished musician, better than ever. Twenty-five men racked with coughs are urged to go to
Miles’Pain Pills and it promptly re
another climate. But this Is costly
will' give a grand concert at the ‘
lieved me. I then purchased a box and
are employed there, who keep the 5-
house Jan. 27th for the benefit of J. stamp mill busy. A cyanide plant was and not always sure. Don’t oe an ex
now my trouble is gone. They have
also cured my daughter of nervous
Ji. Frazer’s little girl, who was so recently installed there, and a steam ile when Dr. King’s New Discovery
for consumption will cure you at
headache, and I heartily recommend
badlv burned recently. The oesi hoist will soon be put in.
tdlent in Grant’s Pas» will partic -
them to others."—W. J. Cotuv. Bre-
home. Its the most 'infallible medi
iste, and the public should and will
The first quartz mill in Dawson Is cine for coughs, colds'and all throat
now running every day. It is no long and lung diseases on earth. The first
liberally patronize it.
Sold by Druggists. 25 Doses, 25c.
dose brings relief. Astounding cures
The conviction of Frank McCann, er looked upon as a venture, and result from persistent use.
Milan Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
bandies an average of twenty tons of
who shot D. Halliday of ban Francis ore per day. the yield per ton being bottles free at City Drug Store.
co at Hotel Layton sever al months •78. Tbe mill is overwhelmed with
ai/o ¿ives general satisfaction. It
was a miracle that tbe victim of bis order, and the tailings are allowed to
X?alh did not die, as the bullet pass into the river. During the com
(Mr Bryan’s Paper.)
struck him in the head, inflicting a ing summer a larger mill will be
The Commoner has attained with-
dangerous wound. The evidence dis made tor catching other than tbe free tn six months from date of tbe first
At tbe head of Victoria there
closed that McCann bad been an in gold.
is said to be enough ore in sight to issue a circulation of 100,000 copies, a
mate of the California jenitentiary keep
record probably never equaled In the
the mill running for years.
aDd was a bad man.
history of American periodical liter«
A subscription list, to raise funds ture.
Tbe unparalleled growth of
The Joint Installation of tbe Odd for tbe establishment of a chamber
Fellows and Rebekah degree lodge* of of mines in Grant’s Pass, was circu this paper demonstrates that there is
Grant’s Pass was quite interesting lated recently and nearly #300 secured room In tbe newspaper field for a
and well attended.
following of- in a «bort time. Such an enterprise national paper devoted to the dis
cussion of political, economic and so
would prove of great Importance to
To the columns of
T'Odae—N G, I M Davis: V G, C H the mining interests of Josephine cial problems.
Marshall; Rec See., T Y Dean; Fin county. The S. P. Co. has leased the The Commoner Mr. Bryan contributes
See B A Williams; Treas. Joseph corner lot of the railroad paik, near bls best efforts; and bis review of
M om : War. H L Well»; Con. J W Pat- the depot, free of charge for the political events as they arise from
» t «|. I G. E N Provolt: R S N G, F chamber of mines, and if it Is estab time to time can not fail to interest
H Schmidt; L S N G, H Lewi»; RS 8, lished General Agent Miller will make those who study public questions.
EHBebb;’LSS JJ Wilsnn;R8 V
The Commoner’s regular subscription
arrangements «o that trains will stop
G Morgan Powell; LB V <-», a » looger and allow passeogers plenty price Is «1.00 per year. We have ar
ranged with Mr. Bryan whereby we
Greene. Etna Rebekah Lodge- N G, of time to examine the exhibit.
can furnish his paperandTaR W eek
Essie Hartman; V G, Mae Davi»: Rec
A gold nugget that weighed 82.18 ly T imes together for one year for
Sec Jennie Dennison; Un Sec, Myrtle
Con, ounces, troy weight, was melted at •2.00. The regular subscription price
tbe U. 8. assay office In Montana late of tbe two papers when subscribed for
Edith McGregor; Guar, Elsie Greene. ly. It was the largest piece of virgin separately Is *2.50.
R S N G, Lueila Dean: L 8 NI
Min gold ever received at the local assay
nie Ireland; L S V G, Mrs 1 M Davi». office of tbe government, and proba
bly one of tbe biggest nuggets ever
found in the world. Its exact value bad
Women« and Jewel».
not been estimated: but experts at
Jewels candy, flowers, man—that the assay office said It would be about One of tbe moat helpful books oa serve weak
PAKK AND WASHINGTON STEKETS
is the order of a woman’s preferences. •1400. The nugget, was brought to ness ever lasses la tbsl entitled "Nerve
Jewels form a magnet of mighty tbe away office by Thomas Raymond,
, LL. B., Principal
power to the average woman. Even who Informed B. H. Tatem that he
A practical, progreaaive achool, conapiciioua
that greatest of ail Jewels, health, is had taken it out of tbe diggings in geriesced and reputable physician 1s la agree
often ruined in tbe strenuous efforts Alder Gulch. An effort, was made by able 000treat 10 tbe vast aaat of falae teaching for thorough work, with hundreda of graduate,
to make or save tbe money to pur a local bank io buy it for exhibition which prevalla oa thia interesting aubjoct It la poaitlon. aa bookkeeper, and atenographere
chase them. If a woman will risk ber Surposes; but ao agreement could not abounda Is caretally ooaaidered asd practical Already proud of a high atandlng wherever
health to get a coveted Jewel, then let s readied as to terms, since its In advice, aad baa tbs two great merlta of wis known, It ateadily growa better and better.
her fortify berseif against tbe Insid- trinsic value could not. Le known un- dom and sincerity.
Open all the year. Studenta admitted any time,
It la Indorsed by both tbe religious end secu
uous consequence» of coughs, colds til it bad been assayed.
Learn what aa»
lar press Tbe Chicago Advance says- "A private or clam I net ruction
and broncbical affections by tbe reg
perusal of the book and lhe application of Ito how wa teach, and what It coala. Catalogue frra
ular use of Dr. Boschee’s German
principles will pat health, hope aad boart In
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Syrup. It will promptly arrest con
sumption in its early stages and teal I
to thousands of liven that are now coffering
D. P. THOMPSON, PRESIDENT
tbe affected lungs and broncbical I
through nervosa Impairment.”
D l SOLIS COHEN
DAVID M. DUNNB
Vor Infants aai Children.
tubes, and drive tbe bread disease I
Tbe book la SI by mail, postpaid.
from lhe system. It Is not a cure-all 1
One of tbe moat interesting chapli re—chap
but it is a certain cure for coughs,
ter xx, on Nervines end Nerve Tonics—has
bees printed separately as a sample obspter,
colds aud all broncbical I roubles. You
and will be sent to any address tor stamp, by Bean th.
can get Dr. G. G. Green’s tellable
tbe poblisbtrs. Tun PACIFIC Pen Co. Box fognature
HWidles at City Drug Store,
MW. Ban Fraoelnco.
CutL i Sicclal Almanac.
”1 saved $15.00 on the order you »ent me last .be» ides
receiving better and fresher good« than I obtain here.”
(Extract from one of our letter«).
We believe there are many others who can send to us with
the same satisfactory results, and we invite a comparison of
prices in our Catalogue with local rates.
We guarantee quality of our goods, safe packing and de
livery. Let us become better acquainted.
We have complete price lists for the asking. Postal card
insure« same by return mail.
SMITH’S CASH (De ¡ft) STORE,
25 Market 8t.. San Francisco, Calif.
A Boarding and Day School for Girls.
MUSIC, ART AND ELOCU T I
< N .
Ibis ><l<ol <flue login. 1. lima aid thorough education, ctmblmd with tbe advantages
of a hsal'hlui ut.d riflni d l< n r. It occupies a large und attractive building In tbe Immediate
vlcln ty of tbe Cltv Park
. • •• »»Mian condition of tbe premiere has been made a matter of
special ai tent loti. Th« bed, I. mb< re, cl.re and recitation rooms ere large and tooronghly
ventilated; and tbe conatructui. of the bulld’ug la such that every room Is open to tbe sunlight.
The greaieat care has been 'sktn to pmvide all tbe neceaeery appointments of a well-
equipped school, ai d 10 turnl.h «very lacilliy for training pupiln In tbe most approved metboda
The elm of the school la so give thorough and well-croered Instruction to llrla and young
women, fltttng them for college »hen that le desired, and to aid In the aet elof meat of trvr
end womanly character
> The Fell term opens Beptember 1« ltkil. A faculty of twenty competent teachers Ina urea
tor children and young women tbst Individual care aaC Instruction neeeaaary to the beet
There are four skilled teachers In tbe Music Department alone, specialists la Art and
Oar lory, and native teecbers In Frencb and German.
Provision 1a made tor all athletic fames suitable to women, as tennis, erequet, basket ball
bicycling and bor.ebeck riding
A gymceslum. boxiuu feel, la In prooeM of construction
which will offer »till more opportunltl a for healthful exercise.
For illustrated catalogue apply Io
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