The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, January 23, 1902, Image 5

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Feb. 2d is ground-hog day.
Days have grown perceptibly longer.
Phil. Loosley of Klamath Falls Is
io town.
Circuit court for Jackson county
Sheriff Orme made un official visit
will reconvene Jan. 29th.
to Ashland Tuesday.
J. P. Ilarr of Watkins was among
T. J. Kenney spent a couple of days
our visitors during the week.
at Gold Hill tliii week.
Ed. Layton and O. E. Rose of Ap*
G. W. Blodgett, the assayer, came
down from Ashland last night.
piegate are with us today.
Rev. W. Bitter has recovered from
II. F. Yokum and M. Winningham
Ilia recent indisposition.
were in Jacksonville yesterday.
J. T. Breeden of Applegate, tbe
Interesting reading will always be
miner, called a few days since.
found on every page of T iie T imes .
Mrs. L. Taylor of Ashland was at
Nick Kime ot Pooh Bah precinct
the county-seat Tuesday night.
and his wife were here Wednesday.
G. W. Lance, Jr., and Grant Math­
Geo. Ficke, who 1« prospecting on
ews of Foots creek are In town
Mrs. A. Rose of Williams creek ar- Applegate, came to town this week.
rived In Jacksonville yesterday.
Ben Thurston and R. Benedict of
II. E. Ankeny returned from Ills Applegate were In Jacksonville Thurs­
trip to Eugene aud Portland Tuesday. day.
W. I. Vawter, the Medford attor­
II. A. Mears of Gold Hill,the notner,
ney, was at the court house yesterday. registered at The Imperial, Portland,
Fred Wagner of the Ashland Tid­ Monday.
ings was at Jacksonville a few days
Mrs. Walker of Ashland was the
guest of Mrs. A. Thompson Tuesday
M. *F. Hanley of Lake creek and night.
his family are guests of Mrs. F. M.
The Ashland flour mills lately re­
ceived three carloads of wheat from
Jas. Burns of Gill’s creek,the genial Walla Walla.
miner, spent last night In Jackson­
The contract for carrying the mail
between Applegate and Steamboat has
Mr. aud Mrs. E- R. Rearnes of been re-advertlsed.
Klamath Falls are visiting In Califor­
The county clerk Is sending out
Jay Davidson of Missouri Flat, the registration books and blanks to the
expert miner, arrived In Jacksonville different districts.
Tbecity and school elections are the
Mrs. M. Miller ot Oregon city Is the next public events on the docket.
guest of her mother-in-law, Mrs. J. N. Both will take place In March.
T. Miller.
W. R. Ridenhour Is In San Francis­
A. M. Ford, Central Point's under­ co, buying machinery for Wetzel s saw
taker, made T he T imes a call one day mill, situated at Little Shasta, Calif.
this week.
T he T imes learns that an attorney
L. L. Jacobs and John Arnold are of Ashland Is In "deep water" and
among the citizens of Medford in has lost the confidence of some of his
town today.
Dr. D. J. S. l’earce of Poorman’s
II. Autenrieth of Sisson, Calif.,
preek and Ills son Dan were here one has E. commenced
suit for a divorce
’day this week.
from Emma Autenrieth, who resides
T. M. Reed, Lee Hall and John in Roseburg.
McClendon of Gold Hill were among
A Presbyterian church will be built
us Wednesday.
Mrs. B. P. Theiss of Medford made at Woodville in tbe near future.
friends in Jacksonville a visit Wednes­ Several hundred dollars have already
been subscribed.
day afternoon.
Wm. Koeppe, watchmaker and jew­
Mrs. Nute of Roxy precinct a nd her
sister, Miss Boone, visited In Jack- eler, is now located on California
street, opposite the postoffice. Satis­
sonville Monday.
G. W. Short of Gold Hill and Sher- faction aranteed
man Engledow ot Hornbrook were
Ellis Gilson, who has been trapping
with us yesterday.
iu the Cascade mountains, was at
J. Dixon returned Wednesday from Grant’s Pass this week, en route to
a trip to Sisson, Calif., and has re­ Klamathon, Calif.
sumed prospecting.
John Penny,a Mexican war veteran,
'Squire Sturges« of Uniontown and who has been living near Gold Hili
his wife spent a few hours in Jackson­ for many years, was lately admitted
ville one day this week.
to the county hospital.
John F. White, a prominent busi­
H. A. Geer of Union, father of Gov.
ness man of Medford, and bls family Geer,
passed through the valley one
spent Sunday in Ashland.
aay this week, en route to Modesto,
T. II. Brown of Table Rock pre­ Calif., to visit his brother.
cinctand C. N. Snow of Poorman’s
N. O. Haskins, who has been living
creek were tn town this week.
Chas. A. Moore, who has been at at Medford, passed through the valley
Salem, on buslnes before the supreme yesterday, on his return to Applegate,
accompanied by his family.
court, returned Tuesday night.
No matter how or when you have
I). McCarthy,the veteran 8. P. engi­
neer, wus among the Masons wtio registered before, it will be necessary
for you to register again; and it is
spent la«t night In Jacksonville.
H. T. Kinney, who has the Reuter wise not to put the matter off.
farm located In Lake creek district
Subscriptions for Mr. Bryan’s piper,
leased, made u« a call yesterday.
The Commoner, the leading Demo­
S. Mathis of Foots creek, one of the cratic newspaper in the United States,
staunch friends of Tns T imes , was Io are taken at T he T imes office.
our midst the forepart of the week.
Ex-Senator Gesner of Salem passed
I. S. Morris, who is now a resident through the valley recently, en route
of Griffin creek, visited his many home from Klamath county, where he
friends In Jacksonville a few days ago. has been inspecting some lands.
Jas. D. Buckley or Applegate, one
Salt Mackerel,
of the prominent pioneers of Southern
Salt Salmon Bellies,
Oregon, was at the county-seat yester-
Holland Herring,
At Nunan’s.
H. D. and K. K. Kubli have re
Flour is being shipped into Jackson
turned from the Golden Standard
mine, which they are again develop­ county from tbe Willamette valley, a
very unusual occurrence. The short
Hon. W. M. Colvig and District At­ wheat crop for 1901 Is the reason for
torney Rearnes returned Tuesday It.
The officers of the First National
from a professional visit at Grant’s
Bank of Ashland have been re-elected,
P. F. Swayne and Capt. Boaz, two to-wit: President,E. A. Sherwin; vice-
of our Applegate friends, were on the president, J. K. Van Sant;cashier, A.
streets of Jacksonville one day this McCallen.
Rev. S. H. Jones will hold services
Mr». Wolf of Chicago and Miss Sid­ at Woodville Sunday morning. His
ley of Lake creek were the guests of pulpit in Jacksonville will be filled
Miss Anna Keegan the forepart of the that dav by Rev. A. Haberly of Med­
Judge Webster of Portland was at
D. C. Grim of Willow Springs pre­
Grant’s Pas» Friday and Saturday, on cinct called on T he T imes a few days
business In the circuit court for Jose­ ago. We are sorry to learn that, he
phine couuty.
intends leaving this section before
Facklam Bros, and C. H. Chapman long.
of Willow Springs precinct are in
The tax levied by the county com­
The former offer their fine missioners' court was 25 mills, in­
(arm for sale.
stead of 26, the board not levying a
Assessor Pendleton has been In mill for the scalp bounty fund, as re­
Jacksonville this week, arranging the ported.
preliminaries for the next assessment
Fred Ficke and Will. McDaniel are
of tne county.
putting the finishing touches on The
Mrs. D. John of Williams and her Criterion, which will soon be one of
daughters, Miss Mollie and Mrs. the neatest public resorts in South­
Stella Stratton, are the guests if Mrs. ern Oregon.
P. IIInes.
The voters of Jacksonville district
Judge Hanna returned Tuesday
will meet at the school house on
from Grant's Pass, where he has been January
29th, at 4 o'clock p. m , for
holding the January term of circuit the purpose
of levying a tax for the
court for Josephine county.
ensulug year.
Mi»s Mattle Perry, who has been
G. W. Mackey has re-opened the
the guest of Miss Kate Plymale dur­
ing the past month, leaves for her Medford Photo Gallery In Adkins’
building, C street, opposite Jackson
home In Roseburg this week.
County Bank. Up-to-date work and
O. 8. Blackford and E. Strohmeier reasonable prices.
of Willow Springs precinct attended
the meeting of Warren Lodge No. 10,
Sixteen pounds of California dry
A. F. * A. M., held last night.
granulated sugar, 91.00; 7 lbs. of
Senator Cameron left for Portland choice green coffee, 91.00; 2-iiallon
Thursday evening.
Representative bucket of Peerless syrup,91.00.
At N unan ’ s .
Briggs was on the same train. Both
of them have since returned. The
The Town Talk says that there Is
average Republican politician views a mild case of fmall pox at Ashland.
Chia coincidence with Interest.
The patient is Will Smith and he is
J. W. Bailey,«tate food commission­ under quarantine at the home of his
er, was In the valley last week, on of­ parents, Mr. nd Mrs. W. K. Smith.
ficial business. He thinks that the
Lewis J. Gay, who has efficiently
proprietor of the Ashland creamery, filled the position of letter carrier at
Is selling rolls of butter thatare short Portland tor a number of years, re­
in weight, although he does not say signed last week. He Is a son-in-law
so In the newspapers.
of Mr. and Mrs. D. Linn of Jackson­
Foad Changad te Pelaen.
Dr. J. S. Bohannon, who is well and
Putrefying food In the intestines
produces effects like those of arsenic; favorably 'mown in Southern Oregon,
but Dr. King’s New Life Pills expel and Ada Epps are charged in the
the poisons from clogged bowels, superior court of San Francisco with
gently, easily but surely, curing con­ obtaining MM) under false pretenses
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, from M. Mulvey of Portland, who is
fevers, all liver, kidney and N’wel suffering with a cancer In the mouth.
troubles. Only 25c at City Drug It is likely that this Is a case that is
not founded on a lust complaint.
If you want tbe latest in furniture,
call at Norris' shop in Jacksonville
and see one of his folding Daven­
ports. They are superior to anything
in that line. Everybody should have
Geo. W. Rice, formerly a resident
of Eagle Point, but who now lives at
Adna, Wash., was In the valley last
week. He was looking for timber,
and will soon return, accompanied by
several friends.
T hk T ime « I s in receipt of the com­
pliments of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoff­
man. They have been the recipients
of the congratulations and best wishes
of their many friends, In which T he
T imes joins heartily.
John F. Miller has been re-appoint­
ed as postmaster of Jacksonville, and
will serve us in that capacity four
years more. He has made a painstak­
ing, efficient official, and there was no
opposition to his re-appointment.
When In Medford ask for Myers, the
popular jeweler. Ills stock of goods
cannot be beaten in Southern Oregon,
if equaled. He sells and repairs dia­
monds, jewelry, watches and clocks,
cheaper and better than anyone else.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Pelton of Sim’s
Valley have returned from California,
where they spent their honeymoon.
They have been the recipients of the
congratulations and best wishes of
their many friends, in which we join.
Choice Utah recleaned alfalfa seed,
Red clover seed.
Garden acd flower seeds,
New onion sets,
For sale at
nunan ’ s , Jacksonville.
The county clerk has Issued license
to marry to G. R. Singleton and Miss
Dora Roach; to Vim. Evans and
Miss Mary Perdue; to M. S. Biden and
Hattie Marshall or Medford; to Smith
McKenzie aud Mabel Plumer of Ash­
J. B. Coeyman, who was known as
Merle while he lived In the vicinity
of Gold Hill, and who attempted to
kidnap the little daughter of H- G.
Kesterson ot Grant’s Pass, has been
adjudged Insane and was sent to the
asylum Saturday.
Dick Nichols, who was raised in
Sam’s Valley and is well known io
Southern Oregon, is among those
arrested for participating in the
lynching at Lookout, Modoc county,
Calif. It is not likely that anybody
will he convicted for the crime, as
public sentiment seems In favor of
the lynchers.
It seems that the principal reason
why "Twixt Love and Duty" was not
presented at Jacksonville was that H.
A. Rayner., who played the leading
role, proved quite objectionable to
the balance uf those in tbe cast. The
Record says It takes a charitable view
of the matter when it calls him bad
actor and a fool.
The Town Talk says that C. C.
Wing, who recently purchased the
corner lots on Fourth street, back of
the Ashland depot, will not at present
build the fine, modern hotel which he
had planned, to cost not less than
98000. The building was to be pushed
to completion: but since the city
council has refused to grant liquor li­
cense it has been deemed unwise to
construct the building.
Wm. Clark, the well-known horse­
man, called on T he T imes one day
this week. From film we learn that
J. D. Heard has purchased E D. El­
wood’s Tybalt colt "Old Folks” for
Thos. Thompson, a wealthy citizen of
San Francisco, paying 9300 for him.
The horse has much natural speed
and can pace at a 2:10 gait. Tybalt is
proving a first-class sire, having a
number of colts that have plenty of
speed and good temper.
The main building of the factory at
Clearfield, Pa., in which was being
manufactured the non-explosive pow­
der discovered by Sherman Clark
(formerly of Jacksonville and Gold
Hill) was burned a short time since.
Three meu lost their lives in the
flames. Hvde Rickey, who also re­
sided here for sometime, is Interested
in the plant, which will be rebuilt at
an early date. Tbe loss is estimated
at 960,000. What is claimed for the
powder—that it would not explode—
was thoroughly proved by the fire.
Ml»« Cerrie George was in Portland
thl« week.
J. D. Heard and hIs wife left for
San Francisco Monday morning.
IV. A. Jones, the successful young
farmer, spent Sunday in Medford.
Mrs. A. Rose of Josephine county
has been visiting relatives Hying in
Jas. CronemIHer, a prominent citi­
zen of Jacksonville, was one of our
recent visitors.
Mrs. L. Reamesof Jacksonville was
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. F.
White, Tuesday.
W. H. Bradshaw, the sage of Lake
creek, visited his many friends in
M«dford Monday.
Hon. and Mrs. M. Stewart of Talent
were guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. M.
Keene last Friday.
V. T. McCray, manager of the Jack-
son County Improvement Co.,has been
at Chico, Calif., lately.
A. H. Cbessmore last week was in
Josephine county, where he owns 80
acres of land. He is having part of it
set out in fruit.
Mi--'’“ Kate and Prudence Angle
spent butioay in Jacksonville, accom­
panied by Miss Lulu Briggs. They
were guests of Misses Plymale and
Perry while there.
Medford’s new councilmeo are:
First ward—J. U. Willfke, J. E. Toft;
second ward—J. R. Wilson, Wm. Ul­
rich; third—F. K. Deuel, J. L. Dim­
mer. It is a strong combination.
M. F. McCown and J. Eaton are
conducting an excellent lunch counter
and restaurant in the building for­
merly occupied by Geo. Kurtz and F.
M. Wilson. Give them a call,for they
will treat you well.
Mr. Gurnea, who will engage In
business at Ashland entirely, is con­
solidating bis stock of goods here
wiiYi that there. We are sorry to lose
him, as he is a thorough gentleman
and enterprising citizen.
We are informed tnat H. M. Crow­
ell. son of Judge Crowell, who went to
San Francisco with Pell & Bolton’s
excursion, has entered the nayal ser­
vice of the Government for four years,
and is now ou tbe high seas.
Miks McNally of Spokane, a prom-
cent mining man, is In Jacksonville
on a tour of inspection.
J. R. O’Neil), who is engaged In
mining near Gold Hill, was at Ash­
land one day last week.
The dry spell continues and miners
are wondering If no more rain is go­
ing to fall. Placer mines are at a
A New Jersey trust company has
taken a mortgage of 9100,000 on min­
ing claims along Klamath river,below
Happy Camp, Calif.
Drilling operations have been re­
sumed by the Southern Oregon Oil
Co., plenty of funds for future opera­
tions having been secured.
Herman W. Scheid of Yreka and G.
E. Whlpp of Cripple creek, Calif.,
were here this week, and went to Ap­
plegate to inspect a mine on Apple­
To Cure a Cold In One Dav.
Take Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets...........
druggists refund the money If It falls to cure
E. w Grove's signature Ison each box. 25c
There are a few cases of measles iu
Central Point.
Eli Mayer and his wife spent Sun­
day In Medford.
John Nelson of Beadle was one of
our recent visitors.
Thus. D. Ross was at the county-
seat one day this week.
Chas. Gay spent a few days at
Grant’s Pass last week.
Several citizens of Medford are at
tending the Baptist revival.
A little waif died in Central Point
a few days ago, aged about two years.
Glen Owen, who is located at Hen­
ley, Calif., is paying his parents a
Central Point’s post of the G. A. R.
Is fitting up the upper story of their
Ed. Moore, who has been visiting
here, returned this week to Henley,
Cal if., where be is employed at Bert
Newton’s livery stable.
A dancing party was given in the
brick ball under the auspices of our
lodge of A. O. U. W. last week. It was
a success in every way.
Our post of the Grand Army and
also the Woman’s Relief Corps held
an installation of officers last week.
A fine dinner was set by the latter.
W. J. Freeman and F. M. Amy, who
recently bought a tract of land near
Central Point, of Messrs. Ramsey and
Rodgers, will have It planted in fruit
—mostly apples.
Smith Bros., who recently sold a
half Interest in the Baby mine, have
purchased E. Ray’s ledge, situated
two miles from Gold Hill, paying 9500
therefor. They will commence its de­
velopment soon.
Friday evening the big drill of the
Umpqua Valley Oil Co., which is
oyerating at the White place in
Myrtle creek district,struck a seepage
of petroleum at a depth of 60 feet, the
sand pump bringing up from a pint to
a quart of oil every trip it made.
The price of copper has reached the
lowest level at wnicb it can be profit­
ably mined by a great many Ameri­
can producers, though the gamblers
may f tree the price still lower. Lake
copper Is quoted In New York at lit
cents, electrolytic at 11 cents and
casting at lOf cents. While these
figures are maintained new ventures
are out of the question.
A few days since a chute of fine ope,
considerably above the average, was
tapped in the main shaft of the Ash­
land mine, which has now attained a
depth of 840 feet. Tire shaft is going
down steadily and the good ore con­
tinues. Stoping goes on at the 600-
foot and 700-foot levels, and the drifts
are being pushed along at the 800 foot
level. The usual crew of 30 men is
A special from Lewiston, Mont.,
says: A reliable report has reached
here of the discovery of an immense
diamond field in the northeastern
part of Fergus county, which has
driven all the prospectors of Spotted
Horse and Maiden wild with excite­
ment. When the report reached the
former place that Tiffany, the well-
known New York leweler, bad pro­
nounced the gems of the first water,
excitement knew no bounds, and a
party of prospectors immediately
started for the Blood Creek country,
where tbe find was made, to locate
ground in what has proven to be a
genuine diamond field.
Ways of Doing Things Have
Vastly Changed—The Science
of Medicine, Especially, Has
Made Rapid Advances.
"Few things have developed as rapidly
daring the punt few years as the science
of medicine,” said a well-known prac­
titioner recently. “ And the most
striking phase in its progress is in tha
treatment of the blood.
“In the old days symptoms were treat­
ed and the blood disregarded. Now it
is the root of the disease that is attacked,
aud the most important development
t>f modern medical science has been in
fiscoveriug that, in most diseases, this
lies in the condition of the blood. If
the blood is thin or poor, the nerves
cannot receive their proper nourishment,
the system becomes run down and in
a condition to invite disease. Build up
the blood, restore the worn-out nerves
and you remove the cause. And when
the cause is gone, the disease will
An instance of the truth of this is the
case of the little son of Mrs. Minnie Par­
rish, living at Donora, Washington Co.,
Pa. Iu an interview the mother says:
"Our little boy was terribly afflicted
with boils on his back, legs and feet.
He was pale and sallow and his system
was completely run down. He had no
appetite and his stomach caused him
great distress. We had him treated by
good doctors at St. Louis and Indianapo­
lis, but their efforts di<l him little good.
Then we took him to Pittsburg, hoping
the change would help him. While there
a ductor refused io vaccina te him, bec ause
his blood was in bad condition and gave
ns a certificate to that effect. We tried
various remedies, but without avail. He
grew worse, instead of better, and I am
sw.'e he could not have lived long if he
had not been relieved.
“A friend from Dubuque, Iowa, ad­
vised us to give him Dr. Williams’ Pink
Pills for Pale People. In June, 1900, one
year after his tronble commenced, he be­
gan to take Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for
Pale People, and half of the first box
caused improvement. He began to eat
and play and was so much better that
we kept on giving them to him until he
had taken three boxes and was cured.
He has no more sores and today is per­
fectly well and the happiest boy on the
At all druggists, or direct from Dr.
Williams Medicine Company, Schenec­
tady, N. V., fifty cents per box; six boxes
for two dollars and fifty cents.
A Great Success.
"The Spinsters’ Convention,” held
at U. b. Hall a few evenings since,
was witnessed by a large audience,
which expressed its entire satisfac­
tion therewith. It was quite a novel
entertainment, and entirely new in
Southern Oregon. Tne young ladies
who had it in charge are to be con­
gratulated upon the success that at­
tended their industry and ability.
Heart-shaped postersand programmes
bad been issued, that were quite ap­
propriate to the event. There was an
interesting prelude, which was well
received, and consisted of a song
“Little Black Me,” by Leona Ulrich,
a difficult violin solo by Mary
De Bar and some pretty dancing
by Frances Kenney and Fleeta Ulrich.
Al) of them did well. The con ven tion
was then called to order, which con­
sisted of the following characters.
They were well sustained and created
much amusement: Josephine Jane
Green, president Young
Single Blessedness Society, Sophia A.
Muller; Priscilla Abigail Hodge, sec­
retary, Margaret Krause; Calamity
Jane Higgins, treasurer, Mabel Prim;
Tiny Short, Clara Elmer; Jerusha
Matilda Spriggins, Isa Cook; Patience
Desire Mann, Maude Prim; Betsy
Bobbett. Kate Broad; Polly Jane
Pratt, Edith Priest; Belinda Blue­
grass. Josephine Donegan; Rebecca
Rachel Sharpe, Helen Mar Colvig;
France Touchmenot Fencerail,Bertha
Orme; Hanner Beggerstaff, Leila
Prim: Professor Make Over. Lewis
Ulrich; Richard Carvel, Dick Done-
A dramatic entertainment will be
given on the night of Jan. 24th, to
raise funds with which to extinguish
the organ debt incurred by our school
directors. It promises to be quite In­
W. F. Horn of Grant’s Pass, the
clever insurance agent, was in Cen­
tral Point a short time ago, and did
A Mysterious Case.
considerable business for the Massa­
chusetts Mutual, one of the leading
Capt. Wm. F. D. Horne, youngest
companies of the United States.
son of the late Mr. and Mrs. L. Horne,
Rev. N. S. Hollocroft of Portland, who was born in Jacksonville, was re­
the Baptist evangelist, is holding a cently fouud in San Francisco with
series of meetings at the Baptist his neck and face badly cut. The
church in Central Point. He is an slasbe« did not cut deep enough to
able minister, and has created a deep cause serious injury; but his nervous
religious interest in the large audi­ system was found co be completely
wrecked. Throughout the day be re­
ences which greet him.
mained delirious, with occasional
Asbury Beall, wbo bas been in lucid moments. He can recollect
Mendocino and Senoma counties dur­ nothing for several days prior to his
ing the past two years, returned one attempt at self-destruction. A few
day last week. He ha« become a ben­ days before be arrived from Prescott,
edict, since be left here, and was ac­ A. T., wpere he had been visiting bis
companied home by his wife. They brother Edward. He went direct to
received a hearty welcome.
the Occidental Hotel and retired. At
¡Strong evidence sustains the popu­ 12 o’clock he sent for a physician.
lar verdict that Ely’s Cream Balm is Later iu the afternoon he came down
worth its weight in gold. Trial size to the office, read tbe newspapers and
10 ceLta. Full size 50 cents. Sold by then disappeared. His friends noticed
druggists and mailed by Ely Bros., 56 that he w«s not in his usual condi­
tion, but no serious thought was giv­
Warren St., New York
en to it until news of his act reached
Proberta, Calif.
M essrs . E ly B ros .:—1 have been them. Capt. Horne was at the time
afflicted with catarrh for twenty of his departure from the Philippines
{ears. It made meso weak I thought actiog commissary for bis regiment.
had consumption. 1 got one bottle He is a graduate of West Point and
of Ely’s Cream Balm and in three has served in the army with distinc­
days the discharge stopped. It Is the tion. It is reported that he is ad­
best medicine 1 have ever used for ca­ dicted to tbe use of liquor.
St. Valentine’s Ball.
Yours truly,
There will be a dancing party at
F rank E. K indlupirk .
Children Especially Liable.
the public hall in Ruch Friday night,
liurns.bruises and cuts are extreme­
Feb. 13th, to which everybody is In­
ly paioful, and if neglected often re­
vited. The beet of music and supper
Par Sale.
sult in blood poisoning.
will be provided and no pains spared.
The undersigned, living on the Noff are especially liable to such mishaps,
Tickets, including supper, 91.60.
place, It miles southwest of Central because not so careful. As a remedy
Point, offers for sale tbe following DeAitl’s Witch Hazel Salve is un-
Dwelling for Sale.
articles: A bee gun, 91; a fine young
The undersigned offerahis residence cow, Jersey and Durham, will be equtled. Draws out the fire, stops
property, pleasantly located in Jack­ fresh March 1st, 975; a set of good the pain, soon heals the wound. Be­
sonville, for sale at a reasonable fig­ heavy harness with breeching, used ware of counterfeits. Sure cure for
ure. It Is well arranged and supplied one year, 928; a tongueless cultivator, piles. “DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
with a number of conveniences, be­ 93: a droptiead sewing-machine, al­ cured my baby of eczema after two
sides having a considerable area of most new, 918; a good easteru hack, Shysiclans gave her up,” writes Jas.
lock. N. Webster, Ind. "The sores
ground annexed, which Is planted In with canopy top, used one year, 960;
fruit tree«. For parti ulars apply to also a hand corn planter, shovel, hoes, were «o bad she soiled two or Uve
dresses a dav.” City Drug Store,
O tto B iepk .
rake-, and numerous other articles.
Jacksonville, and Dr. J. Hinkle, Cen­
Gold Hill.
D. C. G rim .
tral Point.
G. A. Woods and M. L. Hawley of
the Union Mill and Lumber Co. of
Ashland have petitioned the council
of that city for a franchise for 50
years for an electric street railway,
which will traverse the main lines of
traffic. Soon after their arrival in
that city they purchased the old Ash­
land planing mill plant with a valua­
ble water-power right, and it is the
latter which is intended to be the
basis of t.he proposed railway. The
promoters agree to equip a system
which will afford a good service, tbe
fare to be hve cents one way and to
begin work within six months, and to
the system within 12
months from the time work begins.
John A. Boyer, who has been suffer­
ing with a cancer in his face for about
a year, died last Tuesday morning.
Tne funeral will take place today, un­
der the auspices of Jacksonville Lodge
No. 10, I. O. O. F., and Ruth Rebekah
Degree Lodge No. 4, of which he was
a prominent member. Mr. Boyer was
a resident of Jacksonville for more
than a quarter of a century, and al­
ways had the highest esteem ot tbe
whole community. He was engaged
In merchandising for a few years, suc­
ceeding his father in tbe store on Cal­
ifornia street after his death. After­
ward he entered the employ of C. C.
Beekman, with whom ne remained
until physically unable toperform his
duties. The soul ot honor, kind and
accommodating, he will be missed by
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Trusts. United State-
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Tho Nicaragua Canal
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fete Treaties With
Great Britain. The Re­
lations of Cuba With
tha United States. The
Conference of Ameri­
can Republics at the
City of Mexico. Tbe
of This Country and
Europe. Progress of
Aerial Navigation In tool. The New York
Municipal Electtna of 1901. AgrlciuCwte^
Manufactures. .Tortality.
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