The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, June 12, 1902, Image 8

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    MEDFORD SQUIBS.
Mrs. S. G. Gurnea is visiting in Ash­
The largest sum ever paid for a prescription
changed hands in San Francisco Aug S). l)K)l. land .
The transfer involved in coin and slock fl 12.
Walter Htiever returned from Rutte-
NJO and was paid by a party of business men ,burg Monday.
for a specific for Bright's Disease and Diabetes
.1. W. Lawton was in Humbug dis­
hitherto incurable diseases.
They commenced the serious investigation of trict Tuesday
the specific N oy . 15. 1VJ0. They interviewed
Ex-Senator Holt of Ashland
scores of the cured aud tried it out on its |
me-its by putting over three dozen cases oh! with us Monday.
the treatment and watching them. They also I
Rev. J. Merley held servlet**
go physicians to tame chronic, iacurabl
Grant's
Pass Sunday.
cases, aud administered it with the physician ,
or judges. Up to Aug. 25 eighty-seven per
I. L. Hamilton was a visitor’ll Ash­
cent, of the test cases were either well or pro- ‘ land a few davs since.
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grossing favorably.
W. J. Drumhill of Plurnix was one
There being but thirteen per cent, of failures,
the parties were sa istied and closed ihe tran»» > of our callers Tuesday.
action The proceedings of the inves igating ]
Mr. and M~. E'wctri
oommiTtet And the clinical reports of the test
cases were published and will be mailed free Pass a visit a few days ago.
on applicaron Address J ohn J F ulton C o .
H. P. Anderson of Big Butte was in
Medford a few days since.
Sila& cl Day
-•‘rriQNVILLBx
Uarl Narregan and Chas. Ramsey
were at the county-seat ioday.
Notary Public
Real Estate Agent,
and L S. Commissioner
for Jackson County.
Dr. W. B. Officer and Merritt Brown
of Eagle Point were with us Monday.
A. Hearn of Phoenix, the genial mer­
chant. made us a pleasant call Satur­
day.
1». D. Good and Chas. Hosley of Ash­
land were in our midst one day this
week.
Abstracts made to Title* of
Land*.
LEGAL DOCUMENTS.
all Kind drawn up sspecial.r pertatalnr tc
the settlement of estate«
Accounts Solicited, Prompt Remittance.
MONBY IOAKSD.
Mrs. Meda Fox of Ashland has been
been visiting in Medford.
Jake Huger, manager of (lord on
Voorhies’ orchards, made as a call Sat-
urday.
Mrs. Russell, mother of D. B. Rus-
Jackson sell, left for Lincoln, Calif., Monday, on
I a visit.
lnvstment securities j » specialty
Qounty Scrip bought and sold.
have a complete set of maps of all surveyed
lands in this county, and receive Abstract*
Mrs. E. V. Carter of Ashland has
monthly from Roseburg Land Office, the Lard
Department of the O. ¿c C R. R. and the State I been visiting with friends living in
Land Department at Salem of all new entries I Medford.
made 1 am thus prepared to make out home-
ad papers and take proofs thereon Also I
Miss Gertrude Sutton, vice-principal
take fiiirgs and proofs of timber lands, and
can save to part.es the expease of a trip of our school, has gone to her home in
to the Roseburg land office
Ashland.
f have a Number of FlneFerms and other
Desirable Propertv In my hands far
Sale.
Mrs. J. A. Norman, who has been
visiting in Medford, returned to Ash­
Prom nt reply made to all let ters. Charg­ land Monday.
es n accordance with The rimes
Refers, by permission. Hon. H. K Hanna
judge of the 1st Judcial District, and io an»
business house in Jacksonville.
SILA- J DAY.
R. B. Dixon of Douglas county, ex­
supervisor of forest rangers, was here
a few days ago, looking after stock.
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V ia the
Rio Grande Western
AND
Denver & Rio Grande
A. P. Estabrook, Gold Hill’s leading
druggist, was among our visitors the
forepart of the week. We acknowledge
i a pleasant call.
'Railroad
Oolv,iranscontinenta) lin
Passing directly tnrougn
SALT LAKE CITY,
LEADVILLE.
PUEBLO,
J. H. Gay, a prominent citizen of
Central Point, and his wife made our
! city a visit Tuesday. So did Mr. Corum
I of the same place.
COLORADO SPRINGS.
DENVER.
Mrs. Julia Miles is enjoying an out­
ing in the mountains. She has taken a
1 homestead near Big Butte and will live
' there most of the summer.
and
J. D MANSFIELD.
E. Wilkinson and his family have
taken up a residence at their farm.
l(K*ated between Medford and Central
Point.
Geo. R. Lindley, the clever cashier
of the Jackson County Bank, is at his
post again, after spending a few days in
the hills.
Railway
Three Splendidly equipped fains dai­
ly To all Points East
Th auzh Sleeping and Dining Cars and
lr rec declining Cha irs
- ue most magniiicent scenery in
America by Daylight.
Stopovers allowed od all classes of
tickets.
Fo cheapest rates and descriptive
litera.ure address
Major R. T. Andrus has returned
from Gall's creek, where he has been
looking after the Bill Nye mine.
i G. W. Lane of Gold Hill, the miner,
I was in Medford Monday.
He speaks
! hopefully of the mining situation and
-ays that the outlook was never better.
Capt. Nash has returned from his
Josephine county mines, which he isde-
0 i veloping on a largescale. They will be
ready for operation when the rainy
season comes.
s
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General Agent.
¿4 T ird Street, Portland. Oregon.
ô
' OOOO>0000000000000000000
Clyde McLeod,
representing the
1’aciticCoast Savings Society,a financial
; organization located at San Francisco,
is in Medford, accompanied by Jas.
1 Riley of Ashland.
Best of Everythig
In a word this tells of the passenger ser­
vice via
The North-western line.
Eignt trah run daily between Chicago and
Si Haul. comprising th<- latesi Pullman
Sleepers ’d •'e>.'> Dining Cars. Library and I
Jr«.;'«--■ ’
r <*• . Free Reclining Chair Cars.
THE JlTH C .NTURY TRAIN runs every day
of
"ir.
• t Train in the World,
EuecG'c I ighted, Steam Heated.
"The Hadgsr “tate Express, the «nest dally
r rain rur.nlni? bet ween St. Paul and Chicago
via the Short Line
Miss Tessie Saltmarsh will leave this
week on an extended visit east.
She
lias been employed at the Nash Hotel
for over two years, and during that
time made many friends, w ho will wish
her a pleasant time.
Heady to Yield.
“1
Connections from the West made via The
Northern Pacific. Great Northern ano Cana­
ri i an Pacific Rai Ju ays This is also the best
line between Omaha, St. Paul and Minneapo
Ils. All agents sell ticke.s via
The Northwestern Line.
F. K. Deuel and A. W. Hubbs spent
Sunday in Ashland. The latter will be
maaager of the mercantile «stablisii-
ment which tbe former will open in
that city about August 15.
f
W H. M ÎAD.
H L SISLER
General Agent,
Traveling Agent.
1« aide- Mt.. Portland. Oreaon
used DeWitt’s Witch Hazel
Salve for pile«, and found It a certain
cure." «ay« S. R. Meredith, Willow
Grove, Del. Operations unnecessary
to cure piles. They always yield to
De Witt’s Witch Hazel Salve
Cures
skin disrates, all kinds of wound«.
Accept no counterfeit«
City Drug
Store, Jacksonville, and Dr. J. Hinkle,
Cehtral Point.
County
BEST FOR THE
BOWELS
Jf you haven’t a regular, hnaithy movem*n< of rhe
>»ow< la every day, you re ill or v ill be. Keep your
l<»w< 8 ».j» ii. mid l»e well. I on »’, in tlie ahnpeof vio- I
lent phyaic or |>ill poison, 1« dangerous The etnooth- j
• t,«
most perfect wnjr of keeping the bowels
clear and -dean is to take
CANDY
CATHARTIC
EAT ’EM LIKE CANDY
p!eaf«nt. Palatable, potent l ist» Good. Do Good,
Never Sicken. Weaken, or (in
!<>,
. and f.O rente
per box. Write for free «ample, and booklet on
realth. Addreag
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»r MFW YORB.
KEEP KOUfi CL2UJ CLEAN
Treasurer’s 31st
Notice.
Max Muller, county treasurer, givrs
notice that there are funds in the
county treasury for the redemption
of outstanding warrants protested
from June 15. 1899, to August .30.1899,
l»oth dates inclusive. Interest on the
same w ill cease after May 30, 1902.
bissi ILUTIO N N ( )T IC E.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIIE
partnership heretoforr existing between J»«.
M f 'roncmlller an.l Fannie M Love, untt.-r the
hrm name of Crrtnernlller A Love, has been dis
solved by mutual consent. The business will
Is continued at th.- old stand by J M Crene-
mlller. to whoa, bills duo the late firm are pay­
able. and who will pay claims against the
same
Jacksonville. May IT. IS”?
J M CRONEMILLER
F. M LOVE.
OFFICIAL RETURNS
ELECTION
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STATE.
For Governor —
George E Chamberlain, dem
Win. J. Furnish, rep....
A. J. Hunsaker, pro . ..
R. R. Ryan, socialist....
For Suprvute Judge—
Robert S. Bean, rep
B. F. Bonham, dem ...
C. J. Bright, pro...............
For Secretary of State—
D. W. Barzee, socialist .
N. A. Davis, pro.............
Frank 1 Dunbar, rep
D. W. Sears, dem.............
F-. t State Treasurer—
Henry Blackman, dem .
T S. McDaniel, pro ........
C. S. Moore, rep.................
W. W. Myers, socialist.
For Supt. Puttlie Instruction
J. II. Ackerman, rep...........
R. W. Kelsey, pro..
W. A. Wann, deut..
For Attorney General
A. M. Crawford, rep...........
T. H. Goyne, pro........... ..
J. H. Raley, dem. ................
For State Printer—
VV. W. Brooks, pro............
.1. E. Godfrey, dem...............
J. E. Hosmer, socialist
J. R. Wbitnev, rep
FIRST (’< »NGRESSIONAL
DISTRICT.
For representative to Congress
Hiram Gould, pro......................
B. F. Ramp, socialist...............
Thus. H. Tongue, republican
J. 1< Weatherford,democratic.
For U. S. Senator—
T. T. Geer, republican.................
C. E. S. Wood, democratic . .
COUNTY.
For Joint Representative—
D. M. Brower, socialist ...........
James M. Hanshrough, rep..
C. H. Hoxie, prohibition .........
Horace Mann, democratic
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For State Senator—
E. V. Carter, republican.
R. 1’. Neil, democratic...
J. W. Wiley, socialist....
Foe Representative*—
W. A. Carter, republican...........
C. E. Stewart, republican...........
Miles Cantrall, democratic.........
John 1). Olwell, democratic....
C. P. Snell, socialist........................
Joe A. Thomas, socialist..............
C. E. Hoskins, prohibition.........
E. B. Lockhart, prohibition .
For Sheriff -
L. F. Lozier, prohibition...........
Alox Orme, republican...........
Joseph Rader, democratic.........
Grant Rawlings, socialist .. .
For County Clerk—
William Abbott, socialist...........
M. L Alford, republican...........
John S. Orth, democratic.........
E. S. Wolfer, prohibition...........
For County Recorder—
Peter Applegate, republican
Oris Crawford, democratic...
Marion Hartley, socialist.........
G. T. Richards, prohibition
For County Assessor—
R. G. Brown, republican...........
II. L. Brumble, prohibition .
Wilbur A. Jones, democratic
Raphael Messner, socialist .
For County Treasurer—
J. Merley, prohibition .
I>. H. Miller, democratic
Max Muller republican
J. A. Smith, socialist..
For I ounty Surveyor—
Gar! T. Jones, republican
I. . W. Kennedy, socialist. .
L. S. Trefren, democratic.
For < ’oroner—
W. I. McNutt, prohibition
E. 11. Pickel, democratic..
M. F. Shaw, republican ..
For I ounty Commissione> —
W. A. Cordell, prohibition
Joshua Patterson, rep.....
Harvey Richardson, socialist
II. H. Taylor, democratic..
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Read it In His Newspaper.
Wil!. McDaniel lias opened a neat
cigar, confectionery an I fruit store in
Ryan'H building,Jacksonville. and keeps
a complete assortment of the best of
everything in his line.
Standard
brands a specialty. Give him a call, for
he will treat you well.
Rates Again Reduced.
Before you make definite arrangements for
that trip east let us quote you rates via the
Illinois Central Railroad Our rates are the
lowest to be had and It will pay you to wrlle
us. ff you haven't time to communicate with
us tell the agent from whom you purchase your
ticket that you want to travel by way of the
Illinois Centra]. and you will never regret the
trip If any of your relatives or friends In the
east are coming west while the low rate» are
in effect, write us about them, sno we will see
that they get the lowest rates with the beat
sendee. Through tourist cars, personally con­
ducted excursion cars, free reclining cha'r
cars. In fact all the Istest conveniences known
to modern railroading For particulars regard­
ing rates. time, service, stop-overs, different
connections and routes etc, ate, call on or
«ddres»
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Retail Market Report
The following quotations
were
marie up this afternoon, arid is an
impartial report of the prices paid
by Jacksonville dealers:
Wheat—75c per bushel.
Flour—#1.70(a «1.80 per 100 pounds,
flats--3«c per bushel.
Barley—Rolled, 81.25 per cental.
Hay—Per ton. baled. *10.
P<itatoes--il 50 per hundred,
(inions—21x5 per pound.
Butter—25c(rf40c [»er roll.
Bean.«—4(®5c per pound.
Lard—15c per pound
Eggs —15 els perdozen.
Sugar—D G. $5 0<X«*.».50 per cwt.
Poultry—*3.00 to *3.50 {ter dozen.
Hains—ffic per pound.
Shoulders—124c, per pound.
Side Bacon—16fa20c per pound.
You Know What You Are Taking
When you take Grove'« Taateleah Chill Tonle
because the formula I. plainly pr.nled on every
bottle «bowlmt that II I. ■Im -ly Iron and Q
nine In a ta«telrs. form No Cure, No Pay
«42 MS
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Bennington A Deneff, the i lovei pro­
prietor« of the Criterion Saloon, have
been appointed Hole agent« for Jack­
sonville of the celebrated J. F. Cutter
whiskey, in bulk and case. It is prov-
prov­
ing decided popular with their custom­
ers. When you call on them ask for
Cutter.
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The Southern Pacific will
make
special rales to San Franc ¡«co on the
occasion of the convention of the
Nobles of the Mystic Sliritie at that
point In June. Ticket1' will lie on
sale front June 3d to 8th, inclusive,
and will tie available for slop-iivers in
California.
Foil information rela­
tive titrates, limits arid oilier condi­
tions will tie c,lieet fm | y suppllid bv
ail local »gents of the Southern Pa­
cific.
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Oiled Suits
and Slickers
\\ Mrrantvd II aGrproof.
Mnde to stand laird work and
rongli wmtlipr.
forira4«-
Marti, if your <k*nl«*r dotwn’t
Dave them.aend forcntahnnip.
X. V. Helf lug aad Parking < V< y
Agfa., Haa Fraaelarn.
N V.MM VFR A MIS. Hair Nfra.,
Mat 4 aaihHdgr. Nau.
tour
New
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lulu,
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addr
•hould be cleanhne«R.
Ely’s Cream
MEDFORD,
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OREGON.
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Rambler and
Ideal Bicycles
I keep a full line of Sundries
for Bicycles. Ex|»crt Repairing a
Specialty.
Prices Right and
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
MEDFORD
BAZAAR
Nasal
Filthy Temple* In India.
Sirred rows often deOle Indian
temples; but worse yet Is a h'idy
that’« polluted by constipation, 1> tn'l
permit it. Clean«« your »y.tem wit h
Dr. King'« New Life Pills and avoid
untold
misery
They give lively
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livers, active bowel«, good digestion,
hnc appetite. Only 25c at City Drug
Store.
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REDUCED R4ÍES VIA SOU I H
m PACIFIC COMPANY.
A CELEBRATED BRAND.
Bear» th«
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For Constitutional Amendment—
Against Constitutional Amend—
George Schaub, a well-known citi­
zen of New Lebanon. Ohio, Is a con­
stant reader of i he Dayton Volkszei-
tung. He knows that this paper aims
to advertise only the best in its col­
umns: and when tie saw (Tiamber-
lain’s Pain Bilm advertised therein
for lame back he did not hesitate in
buying a hottie of It for his wife, who
for eight weeks had suffered with the
roost terrible pains in her back and
could get no relief. He says; “After
using the Pain Balm f ir a few day*
my wife said to me. ‘I feel as though '
born anew,’ and before using the en­
tire contents of the liott'e the unbear-
ab'<. pain« had entirely vanish' d, and
she could again take up iier household
duties.”
He Is very thankful, and
hopes ttiat all suffering likewise will
hear of I,er wonderful recovery. Till«
valuable liniment is for sale by City
Drug Store.
♦
A NEW ESTABLISHMENT.
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rleanse«, «oothe» and heal«
tlu> d<«ea-ed membra.»«.
Heure«catarrh and drive«
•way * cold la the bead
quickly.
Cream Balm la placed Into tha nostril«, ipr««di
over the membrane aud la absorbed. Relief la Im-
inedlate and a cure follow«. It la aot drying—doe«
not produce aneezing. Large Size, .«» eent« at Drug-
glet« or by malli Trial Size, 10 erm» by mail.
KLY BRUÌUEKU.M Warren Mr«et, New York
CIGARS, CONFECTIONERY,
LACES, RIBBONS, EM­
BROIDER Y, BATTENBURG
and POINT LACE MATE­
RIALS. STAMPED
LINENS, EMBROIDERY,
SILKS and STATIONERY.
Mrs. 0. GILBERT
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