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REAL ESTATE TRANSFEKS.
9 CENTRAL POINT NOTES|
The following deed* have been re
corded »Inee our last report:
L L Love to Jutuea Elonzo Riimtlo,
lot 9, blk D, It It add to AHhlund; «400.
Ira C Dodge to Walter T Ward, 11
aere* In d 1 c 31), two 31), part of lot 02,
Praoht’a add toAanland; «1600.
. Jud Ho ii Drew to Goo It Lindley, lot
13, blk 1, Cottage Homo add to Mod-
ford, nine 5 acre» In Packard d 1 c No
42, twp 37; «800.
Sarah E Huaton to Caroline E
Adanin, lotH 31 and 32, Il l> Carter'»
add to AHhland; «2250
Jarno» T Blevlna to L L Love, lota 20
and 27, blk F, It It add to Awhland;
Cha» A Winning» to Sarah A Nlnln-
ger, lota 41 and 12, Pracht'H add to
John SlaeiDoro to Hen Haymond, 80
acron In noc 36, twp 35, al»o 120 acre* In
hoc 12, twp 35, «2200.
Ada Porter to N E Wood», paroel <»f
land in Packard d I c, hoc 30, twp 37;
Christian Arnold to AuguHt Law-
rentz, 80 acron In d l e No 73, twp 37 a, r
2 w ¿4)000.
11 I) HarknoMH to 0 It Itay, 48.50
acre» In see 13, twp 36 a, r 3 w; «500.
H D llarkneHH to Charlo» It Ray,
lota 2, 3 and 4, him , 18, twp 36 a, r 2 w;
Sarah E Niningor to C E Ninlnger,
lota 25, 26, 27, 28 and 29, blk C, it It
add to Ashland; «2500.
Sarah L William» to E M Billings,
lot 3, blk 14, Ashland; «1.
Carrie Cowie» to W W Estes, lota 17,
18, J9 and 20, blk E, Talent; «40.
United States to Dan Y Gray; patent
to 40 acres In hoc 13, twp 35 a, r 2 e.
M II Buck, quartz claim location,
Washington, Watkins mining district,
May 23, 1902.
Mrs Kato Force and Edna Buck,
uuartz claim location. Indo|>endunt,
Watkins mining <1 istrii't. May 23, 1902.
Won't Follow Advice After Payleg
In a recent article a prominent phy
sician says: “It is next to impossible
for the physician to get his patients
to carry out any prescribed course of
hygiene or diet to the smallest extent;
he has but one resort left, namely, the
drug treatment." When medicines
are used for chronic constipation, the
most mild and gentle obtainable,such
»»Chamberlain's Stomach & Liver
Tablets, should be employed. Their
use is not followed by constipation, as
they leave the bowels in a natural and
healthy condition. For sale by City
DON’T “BUTT IN."
James A. T»t<’delivered a very able
address on Prohibition to u Urge con
gregation at the M. F church last
I. J. Uuiwon, who ha» been doing
carpenter work on the Lake creek
ditch, returned home one day last
L. E. VanVllet 1» building a fine
dwelling for Mr. Byrum, on bin furin
in Suin’« valley precinct.
MI hm Murthu Cardwell, who haw In-en
visiting rvlutlvoMand friends here, re
turned to Klamath county onf> day
Fred Penlngor and fumlly left for
Nampa, Idaho, last Tuesday, where
they go to make their futuie home.
Dr. Hinkle, who han l>een quite ill,
in convalescing, we are glad to nay.
Memorial exercises were held at the
Baptist church May 30th.
Prof. A. J. Hanby delivered the me
morial oration after the exercisrw at
the Baptist church. A procession was
then formed, which proceeded to the
cemetej-y, where they decorated the
grave, of the departed.
\fra. Susan Evans died at the home
of her son-in-law, A. C. Chittenden, in
Willow Spring» precinct, May 24th,
aged 80 year». Trie remain» were laid
to rest in the Jacksonville cemetery,
Hev. E. B. Lockhart officiating.
Ferri» A Ringer are nutting a new
coat of paint on the A. O. U. W. hall,
which Improve» it» appearanoe.
I. C. Robinett and wife were Medford
visitors last Sunday, and attended
church while there.
Rev. Hoik raft of Medford preached
the memorial Hermon here last Sunday
to a large and appreciative audience.
All agree that the sermon wa» one of
the bu»t ever delivered here.
J. L. Downing of AHhland spent a
day here U h I wook visiting frienun and
I. J. Purkeyplle and wife spent last
Sunday with relative» at Gold Hill.
J. W. Mee of Applegate spent a
couple of day, here lant week.
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A woman who ha« had experience
with this dikease tell« how to prevent
any dangerous consequence» from it.
She says: Our three cniidren took
whooping cough last Hummer, our
baby boy being only throe month« old,
and owing to our giving them Cham
berlain’« Cough Remedy, they kst
none of their plumpne»« and came out
in much better health than other
children whose parent« did not use
tliis remedy. Our oldest girl would
call lusllly for cough syrup between
whoop«.—J kshk P inkky H all ,Spring
field, Ala. Tins remidy Is lor «ale by
City Drug Store.
There was a warm time ata politi
It was a Democratic
meeting, with Judge Crowell as the
speaker of the evening. Mr. Crowell
directed some of his remarks about
the figures given out by Gus Newbury.
The latter was present and asked A BRIEF RESUME OF HAPPEN
INGS AND PROGNOSTICA
leave to reply. This tee Judge refu»« d.
TIONS OF INTEREST.
Mr. N< wbury «tartea to talk anyway;
but the crowd made so much noise
Wood of Ashland has been ad
and turned out the lights that he was mitted
to practice law by the Oregon
forced to desist.
Prof. E. I). Resnler of Eugene will
delivery the address before the
literary societies of the Southern
Oregon State Normal School.
It Is announced that the S. P. I). &
of which Senator Booth Is the
leading figure, will rebuild Its plant
at Grant’s Pass, recently destroyed by
“I have used Ayer’s Hair Vigor
lire, on more complete and later line'.
for over thirty years. It has kept
Men are already engaged in clearing
my scalp free from dandruff and
away the debris. The company'» loss
has prevented my hair from turn
Is estimated at «75,1'00.
ing gray.’’—Mr». F. A. Soule,
The rush for timber clai ms Is now
on In Oregon, and all passenger trains
arriving from the Ea«t bear a propor
tion of home-«eeker« who are locking
There is this peculiar
for quarter sections of Uncle Sam's
thing about Ayer’s Hair
domain. Considerable public land Is
still < pen for settlement in Eastern
Vigor—it is a hair food,
Oregon, Southern Oregon and In the
not a dye. Your hair does
heavily limbered counties of the coast,
a« well as in the Slate of Washington
not suddenly turn black,
a »bort distance norlh of the Colum
look dead and lifeless.
bia River; but this year will see it all
But gradually the old color
in the hands of citlsen».
SOUTHERN OREGON NEWS
comes back,—ail the rich,
dark color it used to have.
The hair stops falling, too.
SI.M a toMk
If your drogglat cannot »npply you,
R*n<l un one dollar and wo will expreM
you a iNittle. Be sure and give the name
of your nearest expreM office. Addreae,
J. C. A YER C<)., Lowell, Mast.
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY
10BI MARKET IT . SAN FRANCISCO. CAL
The larxe^t Anatomical Museum
In the World.
Grratcd a f tract ton <n (*• City. J
WOfu/rrAd tig lit for visitort.
W cr I i or any erntrart.
Fd d»Rriiee,P«»«ltHely ru' *d r»y
the oldest MnrchGlAt Ot) the l’acifle
CoaaL ENlablieUed M years.
DR. JORDAN-PRIVATE DISEASES
T«u"C anew and mldil»
•(rd mrn who ere Riifferlnf
from the rflerte of youthful Indi»*
cretlone or •xcesSM In tnalurer
veare. JCorvoiiii uud physical !>••»!IIty, Im-
wot«*««*, l.oet M»nh«<»<l In all Itscotnpll-
rmlotiR; Rpermalorrhi»», Prwslaler
wf 1/rlHMiinv. *!•-
By a combination of
remedlrt. of greet curative power, the Doctor
lias so arranged his treatment tbst »t will not
only afford Immediate relief, but permanent
cure. The Doctor do*R not claim to perform
miracles, but I n wall known to bo a fair and
•qunn* PhyMctan and Surgeon,pre-amlnant
In bliNpeclRlty -Dlwam of Men.
thoroughly ern dim ted from
the Rvsteni without the unenf Mereary.
Triior* fitted by an Expert. Itndlenl
cure for Huptfire. A quick and radical
<D<r< for Pitre. »*•••«• re end FIMalm, by
Dr. Jordan's sprcial pain lees method«.
BYKRY MAX atmlvingtoaawlUrecaKrt
"p/fHnfi of his coni plain t.
o iV/iJTH K CUR Ji in
a Client Cfltn
t (*. bvi fall-.1« I
»- »• nnd etrlctly private
CU XU'il'1 V1,‘V RKASONARl.R.
A Treatment p*i -onally or by letter.
r Writ. f..r I V.k
i. F hkil (AvalaMI.
T bo«k )<»r m<-u. , Call or writ»
OR. 10*0*8 A CO.. 10# I Martel St. S. 6.
minute« by Dr. Mlle*
P ill * "Ono. «ut u do.tr." A’dnizulsta
RAG TIME SERMONS
Foreign Mission work.
Every year thousands of dollars go to
support foreign missionary societies.
People who subscribe to the cause for
get the pasHage In the Bible which
scyH "Charity at Home.” How much
better it would be to try and rescue
some of the people who need atten
tion at home instead of sending mis
sionaries to stir up strife and blood
shed In foreign couptries, the same
as was done In China.
In the large cities and in the
smaller places, too, for that matter,
there is plenty of work for those who
think they have a mission to perform
Suppose, for Instance, the money
spent in trying to convert the heathen
was spent to provide a home for work gg
ing girls in large cities. Thousands
of lives would be saved from sin. And
surely the morality of a man’s daugh
ter Is more precious to him then those
of a hundred savages.
How blindly people work. Then
they pat each other on the back and
boast about the high order of their
civilization. Suppose, as another in
stance, that • small part of fore I; n
missionary money was spent to es
tablish reading rooms ana places of
amusement to young men; what a
marked difference It would make in
the ranks of those who fill the jails,
people who live off the wages of si a
and men who tramp about the coun
try without occupation or ambition.
Truly, we repeat, charity begins t
home. The average country boy or
girl stand about as much show of.
leading pure, honest lives in a large'
city where they have no friends or rel
atives as If thrown among a pack of
hungry wolves. If foreign missionary
money would be applied to removing
some of these evil Influences, It would
cau«e rejoicing In heaven.
when surrounded by rclatlr0», it is
no easy matter to combat, toe condl-
lons that exist in cities
nature Is weak at the best, and It is
easier to go with the tide than swim
up the stream. Next time you are
tempted to denote to foreign mis
sionaries think of the Intlueces that
surround your daughters and sons at
DRINKS COEFEE MADE FROM
CHASE & SANBORN SEAL BRAND
Pure, cheap and delicious.
Warner & Wortman,
D. H. MILLER’S,
Elite, Cooking Ware
The best Ware that ever came to Medford. Every
piece is guaranteed for five years. Don’t fail to call
and see it, and purchase some of it before it is all gone.
Best Thing in
the World for
I have the Tackle that will catch the Fish without
applying any great fisherman’s skill. The proof of this
is in trying it. Try the Tackle, and you will be satis
Now is the time to have your Photos
The regulaa $3.00 Cabinet for $1.50 per
Dozen, and other Sizes in Proportion.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or no pay.
The Beat Prescription fur Malaria.
Chili» sua rover la a wide <>■ G huvk ' s ' i ' ahtk
L-.H« CH1I.L. ToKlc. 11 1» »imply Irou sad qui
mue lu i* lualeie»» lui in.
cure, No pay
ELITE PHOTO CO.
nnrold—I>enr Miss Angellne. let me
whisper to you the "old. old story.”
Allgeline- \ vv .come off: If you want
me to llsteti lu licit, you'll have to I
dranintizi» ii in <1 »[w-nd about fifty
thousand on a stage settitlg.—Judge.
Th«*y Hnv* )<•«!.
Beginning Monday, May o
19, with every hat of $2.00 ?
or over, purchased at mv 9
Bay-1 see dat
nt a dinn«»r at
do Waldorf ho
tel it cost «40
for each plate.
Jest «'pose the
drop one of
them plates! —
Cnller—Have you n
Young Dentist Oh.
reg! You ought to see
‘.he howling swells
caving my ilhce.
Stock in Medford
secret of hap
piness is to
marry one's op
a man must l>e
n fool to marry
a braiuy wom
M illinery Parlors, I will give 2
away a beautiful combina- a
tion, dust proof
PYRAMID HAT BOX.
BASE BALL SUPPLIES.
Our prices are right, and o
the excellent quality of our 9
work is * 2
unexcelled in Southern Ore- $
gon. Bast in Current literature | .
Con rt whip.
His Dog—Row is the courtship get-
Her Dog—Nd very fast. They s’lU
talk about booka.—Detroit Free I'resa.
Jackson—What do you think of 8an-
aoa-Dumont's Hying machine?
Johnson—Out of sight.
12 CoMsitit N ovels Y carlv
SHORT STORIES AND j
PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS ’
Parlors Ixiek of New Bank. 9
$2 .50 PC* YXAR . 25 CT». A CO»Y '
NO CONTINUED S tu R i ES o
It Dazzles the World.
No discovery in medicine hs»’ ever
created one-quarter of the excitement
that has been caused by Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. It’s
severest tests have been on hopele»«
victims of consumptloo, pneumonia,
hemorrhage, pleurisy and bronchitis,
thousands of whom It has restored to
perfect health. For coughs, colds,
asthma, hay fever, hoatsenevs and
whooping cough tt Is the quickest.sur-
est cure in the world. It, is sold by
City Drug Store, who guarantee sat
isfaction or refund money.
hotties 50c and il.OO. Trial bottles
As good as and
Hand spray Pumps,
JUST RECEIVED AT
EVERY NUMBER COMF1. . . ,N ITSELF 1
Burns, cuts and other wounds often
fail to heal properly if neglected and
become troublesome sores. DeWitt’s
Witch Hazel Salvo prevents such con
sequences. Even when delay ha« ag
gravated the injury DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve effects a cure. “I had. a
running sore on my leg 30 yoare,” say«
H. C. Hartly, Yankeetown, Ind.
“After using many remedies I tried De
Witt’s Witch Hazel Salve. A few
boxes healed the sore." Cures all skin
diseases. Pile» yield to it at once. Be-
ware of counterfeit». City I >rug Store,
Jacksonville, and Dr. .1. Hinkle, Cen
' tral Point.
And, talking about
The following business has been
transacted in this court since our last
Estate of Henry Ammerman. Estate
inJacksOn county appraised at «102,-
098.34: In Klamath county at «6,199.40.
Order made for sale of jiersonal pro
Will go into Effect on the South
ern Pacific June 1.
Dangerous If Neglected.
Just Arrived at
The tbree-cent per mile fare on the
Southern Pacific will go into effect
June I. Local Agent, Lippincott has
received a circular from W. F. Coman,
general passenger and freight agent,
announcing the date. The extra cent
saved to the people using the lines of
the Southern Pacific will amount to a
big «urn in a year. Probably the
operating expenses of no road In the
United States is higher than the ex
penses of tlic Southern PacfUc’s Ore
heavy grades all the way between
Salem and Redding, and double the
power la needed that other roads re
quire. Another disadvantage Is the
fact that wood is burned In lieu of
coal. A good coal mine In Southern
Oregon would cheapen the operating
Max Muller, county treasurer, gives
notice that there are funds in the
county treasury for the redemption
of outstanding warrants protested
from June 15, 1899, to August .'<0.1899,
both dates Inclusive. Interest on the
same will cease after May 30, 1902.
REDUCED HATES VIA SOUTH
ERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
Plumbing a Specialty.
GUNS _ ~
All Kinds of Guns and Ammu
BEER’S HARDWARE CO
A Complete Stock cf
Fishing Tackle, Hard-
Tinware, Farm Imple
The Southern Facitio will make
special rates to San Francisco on the
occasion of the convention of the
Nobles of the Mystic Shrine at that
point In June. Tickets will be on
sale from June 3d to 8tb, Inclusive,
and will be available for stop-overs in A Tin Shop in Connection.
California. Full Information rela
tive to rates, limit« and other condi MEDFORD,
tions will be cheerfully supplied by
all local agents of the Southern Pa
All ualn banlahed by Dr Mlle»' Pain Pill*.