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JOSEPHINE COUNTY ITEMS.
Jaaephlne County Clicult Court.
The following business has been
Mr». G. P. Jester is at Portland.
Iran sac te<1 In this court »luce the last
President Roosevelt says that he
might possibly come to tue Paci tic
Ge<>. liarttuan left for Portland Sun report of T iik T imes :
Printed st Jacaaonville Oregon, by
coast during the present year.
Matilda Corn, vs Louise Grosse; to recover
Notes, receipts, drafts, due-bills,
Residences, Farms, Unimproved Lands, Mining Sto.'k,
Don't fail to register. You cannot alate va Frank MoCann; aasault with a dan
etc., in book form, can always be ob vote unless you do.
Claims, Etc., can be Sold or Traded by me. I Advertise
tained at T he T imes Printing House.
CHAS. NICKELL. EdlterA Manager.
C. E. Boulware, the expert mason, jury Def-mCaut sentenced to the penitentiary
and have Clients all over the United States and can Sell Your
Dr. A. 1. Nicklin, a well-known was al Medford one day last we«*k.
for nine years
L V Stewart and John Hackett va Antone
Indian war veteran, died at Portland
Projierty in the Shortest Possible Time.
Dr. W. F. Kremer and Prof. W. H. Rose, to recover real estate. Judgment for
AYAN'S BRICK BUILDING, California St 1 Sunday morulng. He was 73 years Hampton
old and highly respected.
T J Mackin vs D J McMasters; to reuorvr
Senators Allison and Dolliver have
Advertisement! iDierted at reasonable rates i
Circuit court adjourned last Tues money. Dismissed
i been re-elected U. S. Senators by the
Iowa legislature. This Is the former’s day. Tue jury wa* discharged Friday, A Caspecba, a native of Swllserland, was ad .
mltted to cltitenshlp.
T he leading Republican newspapers i sixth term, which breaks the record. after trying several cases.
J O Matttaon vs^lg Yank MAM Co; to fore I
haye found that the thick-and-thin
It is reported that the Columbia
close mechanic's lien. Judgment for plaintiff
’s most energetic citizens, was Stale va W Stipe.; oarrytng a concealed |
policy of upholding the Administra Southern railroad Is to be built 100 creek
at the couuty-seat several days last weapon. Defendant pleaded guilty and sen
tion Is placing them in an Inconsis wards Fort Klamath during the com week.
tenced' to ton months' Imprisonment In the
tent, uncomfortable position, to say ing summer.
M. Wilbur has gone to Spokane, county jail Sentenoe empended during de
the least. This is what the 8. F.
Chas. H. Fisher, now of the Boise Wash..near which city he will engage fendant'. absence from Grant's Pass.
Chronicle—one of them—recently said; Evening New«, is visiting In Rose in the manufacture of lumber with State vs Jos B Coeymaa; burglary. Dis
“Sending soldiers to the Philippines burg, his former home. So is E. Mc W. A. Haskins.
to suppress rebellion against the Broom. whois in the newspaper busi Chas. Stratton of Spokane, Wash., Antone Enos vs Antone Rose; to recover real
properly. Verdict for plalntia for property de
sovereignty of the United States and ness at Grangeville, Idaho.
We Furnish them For
after a visit with relatives on Will scribed
Isolating the islands commercially, as
Stith A Naucke vs C U Russ; to reoover
4f they were foreign territory, con The Woodmen of the World, liying wife will remain a while longer.
stitutes an inconsistency which no in Eastern Oregon, will ho’d a big
money. Judgment for 9318.80, etc. and at
F. M. Calkins, court reporter, left tached property ordered sold.
amoaut of explanation can eradicate.” log-rolling at Pendleton April 21-22,
when it is expected oyer 1100 candi for Klamath county Saturday even Franz Maureschat, a native of Germany, waa
T he editor of the Yreka Journal, dates for membership will be initiated. ing, to report some cases being tried admitted to oltlzenshlr.
in tlie circuit court for Klamath Caroline Sexton va Josephine oounty; to re
in a recent spellof absent-mindedness,
A soldier at Vancouver, Wash., who county.
cover damages. Continued, with the under
gave expression to the following in
and that he intended to kill
Miss Kate Chapman, formerly of standing that cause be dismissed if not tried The BEST and MOST Reliable Stock Grown
his delectable sheet: “Mr. Bryan’s killed,
Roosevelt, was sent to Alcatraz for Jacksonville, is visiting tn Josephine at next term of oourt.
on the Coast.
lecture drew a large crowd in Boston. ten years. He passed through the county. She is now a resident of La ChaaDSexton va Joaephiuc county. Same
proceedings as above.
Pacific Nursery Co.
He is still the one Democrat to whom
Send for Catalogue te
Slide Moloney va John Moloney; divorce
A dispatch from Budepest,Austria- millinery store.
the party seems willing to listen as an
Trimble & Cook, notwithstanding All Jurors In attendance on court were dis
orator.” The publication of this Hungary says that Baron Paul Bour-
small item caused considerable of a Boers and Baron Tursens will leave the inclement weather, are kept busy missed for the term
are first-class blacksmiths, and Tutt va Chadwick; partition. Motion to sus
sensation among Bro. Nixon's readers, that city in February with a strong They
have one of the biggest and best shops pend judgment argued and submitted.
for he was never before known to body of recruits for the Transvaal.
I T Wain Draper vs Geo Simmons, et al; In
in Southern Oregon.
speak even respectfully of a Demo
John Barrow is in charge of Scott junction Settled
crat, much less the great Democratic
leader. As the exponent of pure and
Griffin’s butchershop, located in the W H Emerson vs C C Russ et al; to quiet
coronation of ____
Ed- western part of Grant’s Pass, and giv title. Continued for taking of testimony
/y at t the
unadulterated bigotry, unscrupulous Navy
is the “ first step
in the tardy
, ing general satisfaction. The shop is The balance of the cases on the docket not
Stenography, Telegraphy, Penmanship, Com <
ness and unfairness,the Journal stands wari d VII
pre-eminent. Always accusing others bestowal of honors to which the brave supDlied with everything and is well being ready for trial, they were continued until
Law, A ieacher's Course, Preparation
the April term.
of inconsistency and dishonesty, Bro. commander of the Oregon Is entitled. managed.
Service Examination, or Entrance to
Nixon does not hesitate to make aDy
Reports of peace are ridiculed by
Jos. Griffiths, Josephine county’s
kind of a statement against a politi the Boers, who say such rtories are leading
Thorough Work in Seven Courses,
cal opponent, no matter how greatly manufactured by British agents, for made several
Many Mlllluna for War.
Studies, given at the Old Re
it varies from the facts nor how un publication, hoping to turn them to which was that of Thoa. P. Lee’s
The United States, although regarded sa one '
just it is. He revels in personalities, advantage of the British government. smallest
He sold It to H. B. of the most peaceful nation« cf the wo rid |
and abuse and misrepresentation are The Boers deny that any negotiations Alverson farm.
for •2250. Tuose wishing to ' spent many millions for war expense« during '
his choicest morsels.
for peace are pending.
sell their property with dispatch the past century. People throughout the |
' country are also spending large sums of money
Capt. Clark, who commanded the should consult Joe.
S cribner ’ s M agazine has seldom Oregon
in the naval battle of San Sheriff Lister, assisted by his son in vain search for a medicine that will abso
had a better union of a great subject tiago. Gen. Jas. H. Wilson, a retired
Ernest and G. W. Kearns, left for lutely cure .indigestion, dyspepsia, constips
with the right man to treat it than army officer, and Whitelaw Reid, the Salem Siturday evening, Having In tion, flatulency and nervousness. There I n on«
in the series which began in the Jan journalist, will represent the United charge McCann and Coeymao, the ly one such medicine, and that is Hostetter's
Besides these the RATES are the Most
at the coronation of King Ed former of whom will spend nine years Stomach Bitters It is a household remedy,
uary number on “The American Com States
ward of Great Britain.
backed by thousands of testimonials. If vou
The Courses the Most
mercial Invasion of Europe.” Frank
have wasted you>* money on useless remedies
was sent to the insane asylum.
A. Vanderlip, on resigning his posi Ellen M. Stone, the captive American
until you have lost hope of getting well again,
the Most Complete
tion as assistant secretary of the missionary, Mme. Tsika. her compan Chas. Sanders of Galice creek, the we would urge you to try this medicine. I|
genial miner, who claimed that he brings health to every sufferer. For sale by
treasury last spring, went to Europe ion. and the latter’s baby are well. wa9 sandbagged one night during a all Druggists. Apply to any one of them for a
Write For Particulars to
with letters from the highest Ameri Negotiations whlch.it is said, will re visit to Grant's Pass, will soon make copy of Hostetter's Almanac for IfkN.
sult in the early and safe return of another call
He is now of the
can officials to the ministers of the
W. C. RAMSEY, Principal.
captives, are in progress. The
that it was a couple of widows
finance and other leaders in industry ransom demanded by the brigands is opinion
who waylaid him. and that he made
Toe following business has been
and commerce in all of the great •61,000.
a mistake in shouting for assistance.
nations. Fresh from an intimate as
Prince Henry, commander of the
There Is a good prospect that the report of T he T imes :
sociation with the industrial and German navy and brother of Emperor
financial problem in this country, he William, will visit this country next Rose-Silva cases, which have been oc Estate of Henry S Dunbar. Order made for
was peculiarly fitted by aptitude and month, to attend the launching of a cupying the attention of our circuit family allowance of 160 per montb.
(raining to appreciate the bearings fine yacht being built for the latter court for so many years, will he settled
Estate of John Bryant. A H Prachl appoint
«f this problem abroad. The key in New York, which will be christened in the near future. Antone Rose now ed administrator.
note of his article is that ‘‘the in by the eldest daughter of President
Estate of R Moral. Order for Anal dis.
dustrial world is as yet b.v no means Roosevelt. The event will take place controversy, which is situated on charge of administrator made
prostrate at our feet. We have be Feb. 25th.
Estate of M E Minear. Order tor sale of
to the other can be obtained from real property made.
fore us a long campaign of hard
work.” It is the aim of Mr. Vander-
Guardianship of W T Leever. W C Leever
“I saved $15.00 on the order von sent me la.st.liesidcN
lip’s articles to point out the direc Dalton, is under sentence of death for
Tne Oregon, under the efficient appointed guardian.
tion in which this hard work must be
Estate of Elizabeth M Leever. Final ac
lx-tter and fresher goods than I obtain here.”
tired the fatal shot. Wade and Dal tinues to do a fine business. He was count of administrator approved.
from one of our letters)
ton held up Morrow ou the street and connected
with the Louvre and other Estate of F C Couch. T W Hill, G W Tref
We believe there are many others who can send to us with
A ll of the Republican Senate lead demanded his money. When Morrow popular public resorts in San Fran-1
to put his hand in bis pocket
for several yetrs, whlch ex- Iven.ory of appraisement approved, showing
ers are not satisfitd with the 25 per started
the same satisfactory results, and we invite a comparison of
Wade says he tired the shot. They cisco
! property to the value of 8107.W. Order made
cent, horizontal cut in the Dingley will be hanged at Portland Jan. 31st psrience enables him to properly cater for sale of personal property.
in our Catalogue with local rates.
to the Josephine county trade. Mr.
rates ou imports from the Philippines
We guarantee quality of our goods, safe packing and de
Senator Mitchell says that he still W. is assisted by his brother Otto, and Estate of Philip Mullen. Affidavit of Chas
agreed upon by the majority of the favors going ahead witli the Nica they spare no pains to please their H Nichols of Hall county. Neb. gt/lng names
livery. Let us become better acquainted.
Philippine Committee as an amend ragua canal bill, as be believes the customers. First class brands of wines, or certain heirs, filed.
We have complete price lists for the asking. Postal card
Estate of Lena and x-tla Sisley
ment to the Islands tariff bill that
same by return mail. '
of appraisement approved, showing property
formation than that already in pos at The Oregon.
passed the House. Unless that body i session of Congress and the pub
to the value of (325 53
Joseph Stafford, fireman io the em Estate of John O'Brien. Fourth semi-annual
agrees to further reduction it is be lic. Representative Mo'idy says ne
of the Southern Pacific Co., report of administratrix approved.
SMITH’S CASH (Deni) STORE,
lieved that the defection in Republi believes that the House will stand for ploy
who was nearly killed in an accident Estate of Susan Potter. Will of deceased
25 Market 8t.. San Francisco, Calif.
can ranks will be great enough to Nicaragua with considerable deter while aiding in “wooding up” train filed.
mination before It will accept eittier
force amendments to the bill when it the Panama route or a compromise 16,in Grant’s Pass yardsSunday night,
was conveyed to the hospital in Port
You Know What You Are Taking
is brought before the Senate, -or proposition.
land. Stafford was in the tender of When vou take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic.
even to defeat it should the commit The Isthmian Canal Commission lias tne locomotive at the time, and it be b<
s .use the formula Is plainly printed on every
tee insist that it pass in its present recommended the Panama route ns ing dark he was not «een. The trigger boule showing that It la simply Iron and Q.,f
In a taateless form No Cure. No Pay hue.
shape. The break in tne ranks of the the best and cheapest since the was touched that dumps the wood
Republicans, with Senators Hoar. French owners offer to sell tbeir im from elevated cars, and a cord of wood
Hale and Spooner as leaders uf the in provements, machinery, etc., for 940.- was dropped down on tlie unfortunate
surgents. finds the Democrats splen OliO.OOO. The distance is 40 miles,with man. He was extricated more dead
didly organized for a fight auainst good bays on each end of the water than alive. A number of his teeth
tlie proposed Philippine tariff legisla way, and no lock« needed. Tne Nic were knocked out, his right arm brok
tion. Tlie Democrats will introduce aragua route is 180 miles long, and re en in two places,deep gashes were cut SPANN
January 21, 1902. by W J Plymale. J P ,
a substitute, which shall contain a quires several locks to raise and lower in his scalp and face, and bis entire
Chaa Spannaus of Bogus, Calif., and Miss
declaration of the intention of this vessels to the water, It has several body badly bruised.
government to turn the Philippine advantages, however, to compensate
BATMAN—NICHOLS—At Junction, Jan. 16.
1902. by Rev G L LoLell, W. H Batman
islands over to the natives for self- for the extra cost and time consumed
A Deep Mystery.
«nd Misa Bertha Nlcbota.
government when the insurrection in the transit.
MUSIC, ART A!\D ELOCU r I
< p .
It is a mystery why women endure FLINT-LADY-At Grant's Pass. Jan. II,
shall have been quelled. This pro
1902, bv Kev H. N. Rosser, Chas Fllut and
The drunken row in a saloon at backache, beadacae, neryousne*». Mas
This Kt I < of t fitrs :o t 'rb i l>ioso ar d I borough reuratlm rtmMn.a «.i.a >a
vision will no doubt find supDort from
Violet K. Lady.
of n healthful ai.d rr-fir rd b< n a. It utMstroles a large and ailrwti. on.«
both Senators Hoar and Hale, who Henley, Calif., between Chas. Rhodes, sleeplessness, melancholy, fainting ROBBINS—BULLIS—A t Grant's Pass, Jan vlcicly or the City Park , , .»nP.ry cond’tlon ifX meml.e. hi. ¿21-* - !?• '“>»>*4lite
never have been in accord with ttie a tinhorn gambler, and Chas. Sears, a and dizzy spells when thousands have 14, 19(81, try Rev II N. Rosser, W. M. Rob special at tendon The bed er, „mb. re, rln. .ndI recital ton rot’m. are
veutllaled: »nd the construed. .. of the btidd'ng la aueh tbs« ever» roem IsToif» ,nd,. ’ norou<hl J
son of the man who was killed near proved that Electric Bitter* will bins aud Mrs. Mary A. Bullis
Administration’s Philippine policy.
The greatest care ha. be. „ t.hn t„ provide all the nec*«arT?BM?f^-‘O.‘,'e.•u,,,'''‘,‘•
Bailey Hill some years ago, for which quickly cure such troubles. “1 suffer
eoaiplM•d school. »rd to turnlrh every facllltv for training pi pili In ?ai K?.?'"”’11” of * w,ll‘
ed for years with kidney trouble,”
Tne alm of the school la to pu* thirroi.gh and wTll“ "owstf
.S enator M c L aurin is sending out Yreka by a mob,resulted in the death writes Mrs. Phebe Cherley of Peter
women, fitting them for college when that Is desired and ro aid’ * rhe dm
and womanly character
,u 'n® ae'tiopmeni of true
a statement relative to the growth of the latter, who wa* shot twice. son, la.. “and a lame back pained me
The Fall term open« September Ifl 19()1 A ficultr of twpntv
of manufactures in his state. He The other h?d his skull frightfully so 1 could not dress myself; but Elec CALHOUN—At Grant'« Psaa, Jan 8, 1904, to mnul
“*** 5'OU,,'' WOU,,D
•“«■ '■‘•^““oi Mce.,%^,",’^
feels proud of the growth of South battered by .Sears, who beat him with tric Bitters wholly cured me, and, al Mr. an 1 Mra. Joa C. Calhoun, a son
..one, aped.U.t. lB Arl aod
iron spitton after he was fatally though 73 years old, I now am able to KENWORTHY—At Woodville, Dec 28, 1901,
Carolina from 1890 to 1900, in number an
wounded; but he is still alive. The do all mv housework.” It overcomes to Mr and Mra. H. Kenworthy, a eon.
Provision fa made for all Hthletic ^ hdicr nullable to women
of establishments, capital, wage earn cause of tills murderous affair was a constipation, Improve« appetite, gives PROVOST-At Aahland. Jan IS PO2, to Mr. bicycling and horseback riding A gymnasium iStxKto f?ei ' GIn"nriiJrrequet, . fa.ket ball
which will ofip-.til) more nppnrtunltl a for healthful exercl.e
° ’’“H’®11* of construction
ers. cost of materials, value of pro dissolute woman, whom they met at a perfect health. Only50cat City Drug and Mra. r* S Provost, a eon.
For Illustrated catalogue apply to
ducts, etc. While his figures may be dance.
HAM LIN—Io Grant'! Paia. Jan. 8. 1904. to Mr.
M1BH ELEANOR TEBBFTTa, Principal;
and Mra. J. W. Hamlin, a daughter.
The pugilistic exhibition between
highly satisfactory to himself and to
Retail Market Report,
GRO.nHONG—At Aahland, Jan. Ik, 19U1, to
most of his newly made protectionist Tom Sharkey and Pete Maher, which
The following quotations were Mr and Mra. Wm. uroahong, anon.
place at Philadelphia on the 17th
friends, they are not likely to bring took
is an HALLEY—At Medford, Jan. 10. 1902, to Mr.
for the championship of Ireland, was
Joy to the hearts of laborers or farm a fake of the most miserable descrip impartial report of the prices paid and Mra W. L. Halley, • eon.
McDANIEL—At A.nlsnd, Jan H, 1902, to Mr.
ers. They show that while the num tion. The men had been arrested
Wheat—75c per bushel.
and Mrs K I. MuDanlel, a daughter.
ber of wage earners have increased early in the evening and bound over
In 95000 bail to keep the peace, and
111 per cent, in ten years the total this
Oats—36c per bushel.
XM I ,w«fc ■ J g.ir • !.. •
dampened their ardor. There
gandin.Sy. 1^, a Hu • MW
Barley—Rolled, 91.25 per cental.
of wages paid has increased but 72 was not a blow struck which would
Tan school continues the careful traini»»
«’'2£.T"5r'1 ’.•'■*..»'1__ H la th. IdMl .I mmw .nd
Hay—Per ton, baled, 912.
O»L. 4—a. >.'Ai uswrsovss.
n.„ u<H JMy'ín^n*“ ,Mtruo‘lon ,or ”»'«•> I» la rarer*
percent. This Indicates a decline of have rocked a bantam’s head. When
BOYER—in Jacksonville. Jan 21. 1902. John A •
20 per cent, in money wages and of the bout had progressed for two and
Onions—2(<i3 per pound.
Borer, a native of Peunsylysolu; lu the 74th,
a half rounds amid Incessantcat-calls,
year uf his aye
considerable more In actual wages,for hisses and veils of “take them off”
Butter—30c(a)o0c per roll.
muuoiE The Mimic Department
Beans— per pound.
BOLTON-At Lakeview, Jan. 8. 1004. Miss Osa o?«nr •<& MMÉ ei »»k
it undoubtedly costs more to live in and “fake," Referee Rocup stepped
tableta free with «vary SyrfnirB.
Bolton; a<ed IS rears
AsnwbtatnaM I activa, onriv.lad. Oar *TOflFlMrrUli
Lard—I5c per Douud.
South Carolina in these prosperous to the side of the ring and said he had
BRADLEY—At Klamath rails, Jan. II, 1902 ■nformaMnn ftw fornar only FKRS In pialo BnvrktpB. Ho
Eggs— 20 ju per dozen.
Florence, wife of Geo. W. Bradley; aged St
time* for trusts than it did in the
Sugar—D. G. 95 75i®96 per cwt.
years and 4 months.
For prospectus, address
ante-McKinlej-Dingley days of 1890. men took their corners and the con Poultry—92 50 to 93.00 per dozen.
arSTERS OF THE HOLY MAMES.
Hams—161c per pound.
If the protectionist tells us tliat the test was ove'. 1'tie spectators were
Shoulders—12|c per pound.
decline in wages is due to the fact worked up to such a pitch that they
Side Bacon—15to20c per pound.
that more women and children are broke chairs and benches. It was
now employed, has he helped bls case? little satisfaction for the 4000 persons
ours If you try
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But this explanation does notexplain, who had paid 92. S3 and 95 for seats.
for the census statistics of nearly all Jeffries and Fitzsimmons occupied
of the thirty states reported show seats near the ring.
Rev. 8. H. Jones will hold services
the same tendency. The statistics
at the Presbyterian church in Jack
A F amily library
for Tennessee were made public on
¿he Didn't Wear a Mask.
Dec. 29th and showed that, while the
4th Sunday In the month, when lie
,n'’ OBr* ** *° •tronX we
The Bait In Current Literature
number of wage earners has Increased
But ner beauty was completely hid will preach at Woodville.
■ .11 | f guarantees cure or refund
■ W money. end we send you
34 per cent, since 189C,the total wages den by -ore«, blotches and pimples till
Rev. W. Bitter will hold nervlces at
12 COMPLKTK NOVKLS YEARLY
free trial bottle if you write for H.
lid has Increased only 22 per cent she u«ed Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. tlie Catholic cnurch in Jacksonville
SHILOH S costa 25 cents and will cure Con
MANY SHORT STORIES AND
Ither there is something wrong wli h Then th 'y vanished, a* will all erup on the following dates: Sunday. Janu
sumption, Pneumonia, Bronchitis and sll
Ordera for Hacks,Buggies and Riding Ilonea
FABERS ON TIMELY TOFICS
our statistic« or with our prosperity. tions, fever sores, bolls, ulcers, cat- ary 19th at 10 o’clock a . m . and 7:30 p.
Lung Troubles. Will cure s cough or cold
promptly .utenoed to.
in a day, and thus prevent serious results.
Evidently our prosperity is. like the burirlcs and fel.jri* from It* u*e. In M.; bundav. January 26th, at. «M
$2.50 per vxar ; 25 era. a copy
It has been doing these things for 50 years.
care taken to prevent accident!, but will bo re
handle of a jug, all on one side, and fallible for cut«. corn*. burns, ••calds a . m . and 7:30 p. m .; Sunday, Febru
8. C. WKt.it A Co, Le Roy, N Y._________
•NO CONTINUED STORIES'
for none should they occur.
that the »Ide of tne trusts and pro- and piles. Curd guaranteed. 25c at ary 2d, at 10:3o o’clock a . m . and 7 30 Karft Ctovsr Root Tea terrects th« Stowch^ aporalhle
Will refuse to do livery work on credit.
KVKRV SUMIt! CO M PL KT t IN ITSKLV
City Drug Store.
Times Printing Company
REED MOYER, | pf IUp Cpll If
Centerlisle. N. Y.
LCl 1T1C OC11 It.
Trees, Vines, Plants
COMMERCIAL — FAMILY ORCHARDS
TO DEALERS AND NURSERYMEN
Saint Helen’s Hall....
A Boarding and Day School for Girls.
St. Mary’s Academy,
LIVERY, FEED SALE LIPPINCOTT’S