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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30. 1902
JOSEPHINE COUNTY ITEMS.
F. G. Nelson has become a resident
of Selma district.
Mrs. A. C. Hough has returned
from her visit in California.
Harry Kessler of the Chicago Racket
Store is In San Francisco on business.
Mrs. R. D. McHugh Is in Grant's
Fas», visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. C.
As T he T imes went to press the
ground was covered with a light
mtn tie of snow.
Mrs. Bessie Plymaie of Medford
was tiie guest of her sister, Mrs. Alta
A. P. Estabrook, Gold Illll'a leading
druggist, made his many Irieuds in
Grant’s Pass a visit recently.
J. A. Cook of Foots creek and
W. A. Cook of Gold Hill were at
Grant's Pass a short time since.
John R. Harvey, the mining man,
is at Portland with bls wife, who is
receiving treatment at a sanitarium.
Capt. E. B. Brown and Lieut. A. E.
Voorhies of the home guard have re
ceived tiieir commissions from Gov.
Newt. Chatham, tiie genial mining
man, left for ban Francisco Tuesday
morning, but expects to return before
J. T. Hartley and W. F. Bowker,
two excellent citizens of Williams
creek precinct, were in Grant’s Pass
Hariy Lewi., wiio Is engaged in
raislug'stock In Gance creek district,
was in Grant’s Pass last week.
J. A. LarseD, the expert tailor, has
purchased Chas. Mathews’ Interest I d
the Grant’s Paas Tailoring Co , which
is doing a big busine*>.
Don S Rae of Louse creek was la
Grant’s Pass a few days ago. lie is
well pleased with developments at
the mine in whicn he is interested.
Our Wet Weather Goods
NEXT THIRTY DAYS
We Offer You for the
Ladies’ Mackintoshes Regular $4.00, Now $2.85
$3.75, “ $2.65
$6.50, “ ‘ $4.65
MEN’S AND BOYS’ OVERCOATS,
OREGON ALL-WOOL MACKINAWS.
Prices Always the Lowest
Did you ever compare a delicious, flaky,
delicately browned loaf of bread made
GEO. O'B. de bar , m . d .,
•OfFos ‘n Kahler's Building. <ip-«talr». Res
idí a >• on California street. Dav or niant
cani attended nrotnml»
J. M. KEENE, D. Ü. ».
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DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY
Orno«» .n tbo Adklna Douai block
H. D. NORTON.
fORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Grant'» Paaa, Oregon.
Wn>. M. COLVIG,
Snowy Butte Flour
With the «ad 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 arid poor judgment. But why continue the compari
son? If you have made the nrstake in the past, trying to
exist on inferior flour, redeem yourself by ordering Snowy
Butte flour only in future.
"EtV&ry up-to date dealer
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARINC
ARE NOW CURABLE
Amos in Kn« Mon's Bu Idin
by our new invention.
Will practice In »11 court, of th. R.nta. Ot
ic« In the Oourt Houae la»t door on the
lebt from entr.no«
Only those born deaf are incurable.
HEAD F. NOISES
A. WERNIAN, OF BALTIMORE« BAYS:
* B altimore . Md., March 30, 1901.
X will now give you
GentfcntfH ‘ — Being entirely cured of deafnem. thanks to your treatment,
A. C. HOUGH,
ATTORN ey - at - la w
Jdlceover Hatr-R.ddle H»rdw»re Store.
A. E. REAMES,
T-L a w ,
ROBT. G. SMITH,
toRÄEY AND OOUNHEL.OR AT LAW,
Graat*» Paaa, Oregon.
Praetloea In »II th. oourt.
YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME
INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AVE., CHICAGO, ILL
Office In Red Men’s Building.
a full history of my caae. to tie uaed at your discretion.
About five year» ago my right ear began to sing, and this kept on getting worse, until I lost
tny hearing in thin ear entirely.
I underwent a treatment for catarrh, for three months, without any success, consulted a num
ber of physicians, among others, the most eminent ear specialist of this city, who told tne that
only an operation could help me, and even that only temporarily, that the head noise» 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, and 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 yon
heartily and l>cg to remain
Very truly yours.
F. A. WERMAN, 7308. Broadway, Baltimore, Md.
Owr treatment doe* not interfere with your ttxual occupation.
P. P. PRIM & SON.
’ORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
OHloe tn Rank
Location Makes No Difference.
The Best Photographs
Arc still being made by
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H. C. MACKEY & BOYD,
The • Shasta • Route
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
■rain loara "Medford" for" Portland andway
stations st 4:81 a M and I .IW r M_______
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trrlve New Orleans 6.30 r
Arrive Washington 6:48 À
Arrive New York
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Pullman and tourtat cars on both trains.
Chair cars Sacramento to Ogden and El
•neo, and tourist oars to Chicago St Louts
tsw Orleans and Washington
Direct connection at Han Franctaco with
Jesmshlp lines for Hawaii. Japan. China, the
■hlopptnea and Australia.
■ For -.btough tickets and rates call on or sd
■res. W. V. Llpplnooo Agent. Medford.
■ R K(EHLER
R H MILLER
9 F a F Ag't
Mr. and Mrs. M. Wilbur have irone
to Eastern Washibg' on, which will be
their ftture home They carry with
them tiie best wishes of many friends.
Dr. S. Abbott, JoMpnine county’s
leading veterinary surgeon, lias es-
tabiistied his Headquarters at .1. h.
Kerley’s feed stables. He can’t Lei
beaten in his lioe.
Remarkable Cure for Croup.
A LITTLE BOY'S LIFE SAVED.
1 have a few words to say regarding
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy. It
saved my little boy’s life and I feel
that I cannot praise it enough. I
nought a buttle ot It from A. E.
Steere of Goof
S- D., aod when I
got home with It tne poor baby could
hardly breathe. 1 save ib.3 medicine
as di reeled every ten minutes unt-H
he “threw up,” and then I thought
sure he was going t<> choke to death.
We had to pull the phleam out of his
mouth in great long strings. I am
positive that ir I had not got the
bottle of cough medicine my boy
would not be on earth today.—J oel
D emont , luwuod, Iowa. For sale by
City Drug Store,
Retail Market Report.
Tiie following quotations were
made up this afternoon, and is an
impartial report of the prices paid
by Jacksonville dealers:
Wheat—75c per bushel.
Flour—$1.70 (a $l.80 per 100 pounds.
Oats—36c per bushel.
Barley—Rolled, $1.25 per cental.
Hay—Per ton, baled, $12.
Potatoes—$1.50 per hundred.
Onions—AS3 per pound.
Butter—30c($50c per roll.
Beans—3(a6c per pound.
Lard—15c per pound.
Eggs—15(tf l8 cts per dozen.
Sugar—D. G. $5.75(q>$6 per cwt.
Poultry—$2.50 to $3.00 per dozeD.
Hams—16ic per pound.
Shoulders—12|c per pound.
Side Bacon—156z)20c per pound.
To Care a Cold In One Dav.
Tske Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets, Al
d■■ugg ists refund the money it it fails to cure
E W Grove's signature is on each box. 25c
The undersigned, living on the Moff
place, If miles southwest of Central
Point, offers for sale the following
articles: A bee gun, $1; a fine young
cow, Jersey and Durham, will be
fresh Marcii 1st. $45; a set of good
heavy harness with breeching, used
one year, 128; a tongueless cultivator,
$3; a dropilead sewing-machine, al
most new, $18; a good eastern hack,
with canopy top, u«ed one year, $60;
also a hand corn planter, shovel, hoes,
rakes and numerous other articles.
D. C. G rim .
IG TENT An
C Street, Opposite Van Dyke’s Store.
To health and happiness is Scrofula—
as ugly as ever Since time immemorial.
It causes bundles in the neck, dis
figures the skin, inHames the mucous
membrane, wastes the r.'usclee, weak
ens the bones, reduces the power of
resiatance to disease and the capacity
for recovery, and develop! into con
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.
“A jun.’i nppesrix! C5 th. lift side of
my neek. It eanaed great pcila. was lanced,
and became » running Miro. I wtnt Into a
general deeliiw. I whs persuaded to try
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and when I bad taken
sli boti les my aeck was healed, nad I have
never bad any trouble of the kind since."
Mas. K. T. S nt » kb , Troy. Ohio.
MAX MULLER & CO
Goods are Fresh and First-Class and Prices the Best Hood's and
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will rid you of it, radically and per
manently. aa they have rid thousands.
NEW SHORT STORIES
Politeneaa a Handicap.
R. R. Sheffeld, the fullback, came
up from Princeton the other Monday to
address the West Side Young Men's
Christian association at Princeton, and
in Illustration of one of his remarks he
told an Interesting anecdote of the
football field. I’lsber, the giant center
ef the Princeton team, was unable to
make the team at first, for, while he
had the requisite physique for a fine
player, he seemed to luck that essential
element known it: football parlance as
“We could not understand this de
fieieney in him." said Mr. Sheffield,
‘'until one day in practice a coach who
had kept bls eye on him noticed that
he stopped and begged the pardon of
his opponent for going at him in such
an enthusiastic fashion in one of the
mass plays. Fisher's fault was dis
covered. He was too polite. He had
always been very gentlemanly and
courteous off the field, but on the grid
iron there is not room for much polite
Fisher was instructed to play hard
and clean and beg no man's pardon
for it. He obeyed and made the team.
—New York Times.
i.tamlan Canal Cominls.lo..
The Isthmian canal commission got
together here and is now hard at work
flnlsblng up its report which It prom
ises to have tn the preslc'snt’s bands
long enough In advance of the meeting
of congress to enable hin. to make use
of It In preparing bls annual message.
The president of the Panama Canal
company is here trying to get the com
mission to report in favor of buying
bis canal. It will be remembered that
in Its preliminary report made to Pres
ident McKinley last year the commis
sion declared against such a purchase.
Farm io*- Sale.
A good farm situated one mile noribeaet of
Phoenix lying alongside vùuuiy road, contain-1
ing lóti. 12 acres. There will be sold with it,
it desired by the purchaser, 40 acres of wood
land. The place Is all enclosed; about 150
acres of It is under cultivation. The improve
ments consist of a dwelling-house, a large
barn with sheds for stock, smoke, wood and
poultry houses. There is a good well of water
at the horse and one near the barn; an orch
ard in good condition, containing about 60 fruit
trees of assorted varieties, mostly apples,
school-house tear the north end of the fa-m,
Terms. *3,000; St,000 in cash, 11X00 in jne years
and 11.000 in two years, deferred payments to
draw interest, or all cash at option of pure has
er. Inquire of S ilas J D ay , Real Estate
Arent, Jacksonville. Oregon.
Character and good reputation In each state
(one in this oounty required) to represent »nd
aiterttse old established wealthy business
house of solid s^ncial Blanding. Salary 818.00
weekly with axpeMM «tai&CF1- »** payable
in cash each Wednesday direct from head 0B-
stamped envelope, ilanager, 316 Caxton Build
This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablet«
the remedy that ewe» ■ ooM la » m day
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE
Josiah Read'» Invention.
The inventor of the cooking range
died the other day, says a writer in
the New York Mall and Express. He
was ninety-two years o'd. and he lived
at Everett, Mass., a suburb of Boston.
H's name was Josiah M. Read. The
name Is not in “Who’s Who,” and the
okl man was unknown to fame, al
though his invention effected a more
profound and momentous change in
American domestic life, perhaps, than
Morse’s electric telegraph did, or Whit
ney’s cotton gin, or even Howe’s sew
ing machine. There had been stoves
before Read. E'ranklin made a stove
which still goes by his name. It is sim
ply an open grate on legs, with a pipe.
The feet can be warmed at it, and the
room can be tilled with smoke. There
were rude cooking contrivances before
Read made his ranges, away back in
the thirties, but they were crude af
fairs. Men who are now not old can
remember when women baked in a
Dutch oven—a movable tin box, which
was shoved up in front of a hot open
fire. The cooking range made possible
an elaborate and careful arrangement
of the humblest cuisine. It was eco
nomical in the sense that it gave a
great deal more heat from the same
amount of fuel. It saved heat and time,
it enlarged the American bill of fare.
It Increased the complexity of the do
mestic organization and abolished old
fashioned rustic simplicity.
For the Sickroom?^-— -
Accessories for the sickroom cannot
be too dainty in appearance, but
above all is it important that they
shall be washable. A pretty medicine
glass cover made of a piece of circular
white linen mn.v be embroidered in
some delicate design and the edge but
tonhole stitched. Near the center two
small eyelets xiiould I m » worked. Then
a piece of glass corresponding in sise
and shape should l>e obtained at the
glazier's, and ibis. too. should have two
small boles similar in location to those
In the linen. When the work is fin
ished, the linen is tied with baby rib
bon to the glass, and a most service
able and at the same time attractive
article for an invalid is ready for use.
The Best Pre.crl.tlon for Malaria,
Chill, »nd Fever is • bottle of Gunn's T ast »
t ass C rii . i . T okio . It I« stmoly iron »nd qui
nine in a ta.tales, form. No oure. No pay.
i Price 50c.
K o $ l
St. Rrle’n Tower.
St Rule's tower, in the town of SL
Andrews, is an evidence of the link
which binds St. Andrew, whose feast
all good Scotchmen keep, to tlie eotin-
try of whom he Is the patron saint.
The legend runs that a monk called
Regulus, or Rule, brought the bones of
St Andrew from Constantinople, to
Scotland and burled them near the sea
coast on the spot round which the
present town of St Andrews after
ward grew. Whether the story is true
or not, there seems to be no other way
to explain the connection of this partic
ular saint with Scotland, for he seems
to have passed the whole of his life up
to the moment of bis martyrdom in the j
east James II. certainly associated
him with the country across the Tweed,
for it was be who founded the Order
of St Andrew in 1687, to be conferred
»□ the king and sixteen knights.—Lon
How the Te» Plant Started.
As you drink a cup of tea do you
ever think how tea came to grow?
Tell your next visitor the story. A
Persian prince on his way to meet
his betrothed vowed that he would not
sleep until he saw her. After traveling
seven days be stopped to rest under a
shade tree, and there, being no longer
able to resist the temptation, be fell
aooad Sleep. When be awaken
ed, h? yaa 10 SSi'rt that he cut off his
eyelids and threw them on the around.
From them grew
the tea plant It is“
rather unfortunate thatthc gtoryustops
liere l»eciHfl£_lt would be interesting
to know what the lady thought of a
sweetheart without eyelids and wheth
er it would be possible for them to
Does your horse “feel his
oats”? What a difference be-
tween the grain-fed and the
grass-fed horse I The first
strong and full of ginger, the
second flabby, weak and tired
out before he begins. The
feeding makes the difference.
Children are not alike either.
One is rosy, bright-eyed, full
of life and laughter, another is
pale, weak and dull. The feed
ing again is responsible.
Sickly children need special
feeding. They don’t “feel their
oats”. Scott’s Emulsion adds
just the right richness to their
diet It is like grain to the
horse. The child gets new
appetite and strong digestion.
Scott’s Emulsion is more
than .food. It is a strong
medicine? It rouses up dull
children, puts new flesh on thin
ones and red blood into pale
ones. It makes children grow.
Scott’s Emulsion makes ordi
nary food do its
This picture represent*
the Trade Mark of Scott’»
Emulsion and is on th»
wrapper of every bottle.
Send for free »ample.
SCOTT 4 BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., New Yodt
50c and $1. all druggist*,