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I. A. Palmer, the well-known areln-
teet, is perfecting plans for the elegant
residence Dr. F. W. Van Dyke of
Grant's Pass will build in the near
Ashland has finally concluded to
celebrate the anniversary of our
Rather late in the
season, neighbors. The crowd will go
to Jacksonville on July 4th, neverthe
It is the right of every child
to be well born, and to the
parent# it uiunt look for
At Central Point Cemetery May be
Used as Evidence.
It is claimed that a tombstone
resting over a grave in the Central
Point cemetery will play an Im
is the parents'
responsibility, and how important that
portant part In the romantic land
no taint of disease is left in the blood
suit known as G. W. Priddy et al vs.
to lie transmitted to the helpless child, entailing the mo»t
H. S. Boise. The Kansas City at
pitiable suffering, and marking its little Ixxly with offen
torneys are still busy taking testi
sive sores and eruptions, catarrh of the nose and throat, weak eyes, glandular
mony and have examined a number of
swellings, brittle bones, white swelling and deformity.
How can parents look upon such little sufferers nnd not reproach
As stated, the claims of the themselves for bringing so much misery into the world f If you have
plaintiffs rest upon the fact of any disease lurking in your system, how can you expect well developed,
whether or not they can prove, as healthy children ? Cleanse your own blood and build up your health, a»d
alleged, that tho original hells were you have not only enlarged your capacity for the enjoyment of the pleasure»
minors when the deeds transferring of life, but have discharged a duty all parents owe to posterity, and made
the property were given.
The de mankind healthier and happier.
There is no remedy that so surely reaches deep-seated, stubborn blood
fense will make use of the tombstone,
troubles as S. S. S. It searches out even hereditary
so it is claimed, in trying to prove
poisons, and removes every taint from the blood,
that the original heirs, especially the
and builds up the general health. If weakling»
one that lies in the Central Point
are growing up around you, right the wrong by
cemetery, was not a minor. It is
putting them on a course of S. S. S. at once. It i»
charged tliat the original date on a purely vegetable medicine, harmless in its effects, and can be taken
til is particular tombstone has been by both old and young without fear of any bad results.
Write us alsiiit your case, and let our physicians advise and help you.
erased, either accidentally or other
wise, and photograplisof the same have This will cost you nothing, and we will also send our book on blood and
THl JWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. Oa.
been taken in order to be used as
evidence when the case is agaiu tried.
Both Kansas City attorneys are
noncommittal as to the drift of the
evidence and their opinions; but
enough is known from other sources
to hint at some interesting develop
ments before the trial ends.
H. F. Dean of Willow Springs was
There has been some warm weather
■with ns Friday.
during the past week.
L. A. Kos»'of Phoenix was in our
Senator Simon has returned to Port
city not long since.
land from Washington.
S. S. Aiken, the Prospect merchant,
Minnus and Cal. Pence of Trail creek
made us a call Friday.
were in Medford Thursday.
J. B. Sells and his family have re
H. E. Ankeny has returned from his
turned from a visit at Ashland.
trip to Eugene and Portland.
Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Piekel have re
Cal. Winningham and his family
turned from their tripto Portland.
have returned from California.
Mrs. F. Tryer is visiting with friends
Mrs. T. H. Gilson is lying quite ill at
living at Williams, Josephine county.
her residence in Medford, we are sorry
Chas. Randles of Luke creek was in
F. M. Calkins, court stenographer, to hear.
From him we
epent a few days in Medford this week.
Miss Roberta has completed a suc Medford Thursday.
D. Linn and Recorder Applegate
was bitten by a rattlesnake a few days
were over from Jacksonville Thursday. district.
since. Fortunately the usual antidote
Mrs. D. Moore of Gold Hill has been
dwell Bros, of Central Point were
with their friends in Medford Friday.
Geo. F. Wilson of Big Butte was in
Miss Grace Pearoe of Poorman’s Medford.
town a few days ago.
He holds a re
E. Hayes was in Medford a few days
creek was a visitor in Medford Thurs
sponsible position in Olson’s saw mil),
He has become a resident of
which he says is turning out a large
J. D. Heard left for Arizona Thurs Sam’s valley.
quantity of superior lumber and em
Ed. Miner of San Francisco is visit ploys 15 nands.
day, to look after his smelter enter
ing his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Of what does a bad taste in your
Assessor Pendleton has gone to the E. Miner of Kane's ereek.
mouth remind you? It indicates that
Lester Rodgers, who has been in your stomach is in a bad condition, and
northern part of the state, on a short
Northern California for sometime, will remind you that there is nothing
so good for such a disorder as Cham
J. W. Opp, the well-known operator arrived in Medford Friday.
berlain’» Stomach & Liver Tablets
The S. P. Co. has raised the wages of after having once used them. They
in mines, was in Medford Thursday, en
section hands in its employ to $1.50 a cleans»'and invigorate th»' stomach anil
route to Ashland.
•egulate the bowels. For sale at 25
Mr. and Mi's. D. E. Morris arrived day, an increase of 10 cents.
cents per box by City Drug Store.
Thus. Riley aud G. S. Butler, county
from Brownsboro Friday, for a short
Chris. Arnold has concluded to re
commissioners, were in Jacksonville main with us, and this w»>ek purchas
visit in Medford.
Miss Mary Jacobs of Central Point, Thursday, on official business.
ed 68 acres off the Whetstone place,
Miss Estella Levy left for San Francis located in Pooh Bah precinct, paying’
who has been a visitor in Medford, re
. MUSIC. ART AND ELOCUTION.
co Thursday,and will make relativesand about $50 an acre therefor.
turned home Friday.
otTerx to rtrln n brono nrd thorough cducntlon. combined with the ad.nntng.»
Sheriff Orme and School Superin friends living there a protracted visit. Bellinger negotiated the sale.
ot n healthful nnd refined home. It occuplen n large nnd attractive bulldltu: In tho Immediate
The nanltary condition of the premlaen hna been made • matter or
tendent Daily were in Medford Friday,
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Fox have be
Tho bod chamber., clean and recitation room, are large and toorongnie
of the build'ng le euch that every room le open to the eunllvltt
en route to Ashland.
come residents of Ashland again, the brought to Southern Oregon by cor
The greateel cere bee been taken to provide all the neceneary appointment, of a wall-
equipped achool. and to furnlnh every facility for training pupil. In the moat approved methode.
Miss Pearl Hibbard of Seattle is for ner's run having been changed to respondence with Rev. Sack, has left
The alm of the achool le to give thorough and well ordered In.trucilon to girl, end youug
for Texas, with the intention of re
visiting with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Dunsmuir, Calif.
women. Utting them for college when that I. de.lred, and to eld In the development or (rue
Norman of Ashland.
Subscriptions for Mr. Bryan’s p tper.
The Fall term open. September 16. 1IWI. A faculty ot twenty competent teacher. Ina ure,
Miss 'Edith Van Dyke is at Ashland,
cratic newspaper in the United States,
There are four .killed tiachera In the Mu.lc Department alone, .peclall.l. In Art end
attending the meeting of the Society are taken at T he T imes office.
Ready to Yield.
Oartory, and native teacher. In French nnd Herman
of Christian Endeavor.
Provlalon la made for all athletic game, suitable to women, a. tennla, croquet, backet belt
‘‘I used DeWitt’s Witch Hazel
Leonard Young, late of Steamboat,
blcycllttg and bureeback riding A gymraelum. AOxluil feet, I. in procoaa of conatruclion
L. D. Minear has gone to Lyle. died in Medford June 21st, of obstruc Salve for pile-, and found it a certain
which will offer .till more opportunll I a for healthful eierclae
For lllualrated catalogue apply to
cure,’’ says S. R. Meredith, Willow
Wash., as a delegate to a convention tion of the bowels.
MISS ELEANOR TKHHKTTS, Principal
Interment in Grove, Del. Operations unnecessary
of the Dunkard church.
Williams creek cemetery.
to cure piles. They always yield to
Jas. Ford of Kalispell, Mont., a friend
C. C. Taylor of Grant's Pass was De Witt’s Witch Hazel Salve.' Cures
of H. B. and N. B. Nye, arrived in here Friday, accompanied by Mr. skin diseases, all kinds of wounds.
Accept no counterfeits City Drug
Medford during the past week.
Johnson, who lately arrived from the Store, Jacksonville, and Dr. J. Hinkle,
Chas. D. Drain, a prominent citizen East with intentions of locating.
of Douglas county, has been in Med
The S. P. D. & L. Co. is progressing
ford, the guest of D. B. Russell.
Crater Lake Steaming.
rapidly with preparations for the re
Miss Ella Knight of Sisson, Calif., building of its plant, at Grant’s Pass
A correspondent of the Examiner
Also Small Instruments
who has been visiting the family of M. which was destroyed by tire recently.
says that a party of timber cruisers
Through trains daily front Chicago i HUA DTTVP II A
and Sheet Music. We
Purdin, returned home one day this
Deeds, mortgage-, teases, bends who arrived from the Cascade moun
Through trains dally front St. Louis -
IV DU T ■ f\LV
have everything in the
bills of sale and every imaginable
1 Through train daily front Kansas City I
And » otata Beyond.
mnsie line here.
J. W. Bailey, state dairy and food kind of legal blanks—the latest and
is located on the top of Mount
commissioner, spent several days in
T imes office.
Mazama, aud is Oregon’s greatest
Southern Oregon during the past
Floyd Pearce and his family, who natural wonder, is sending up vast
Also Great Bargains in
Owing to the
have t»‘en in Idaho during the past volumes of .steam.
Reclining chair cars (free), Pullman Pnlnec Slec|K-rs. Din
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Whitman have several months, returned Friday. snow the party could not descend to
and Cafe Cars on all trains. Polite trainmen. Perfect
returned from Portland, where they They think Southern Oregon the best the edge of the lake; but from above
Shortest line and quickest time. Tourist cars
have been attending the Masonic grand
the water appeared to be at the boil
place after all.
Thursdays, 29’/3 hours Chicago to Boston.
We have a large list of
This lake, as its name
Geo. W. Hazen, a prominent lawyer ing point.
W. A. Owen, a prominent citizen of of Portland, and his wife were guests of indicates, occupies the erater of an
farm and stock ranches
C. S. CRANE, G. P. & T. A., St. Louis, Mo.
Central Point, and ex-sheriff of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Beekman during extinct volcano and is supposed to be
and city property for
son county, spent a few hours in Med the week. They were on their return bottomless. The formation of the
ROSS C. CLINE. P. C. P. A., Los Anj cles.
from San Francisco.
I. A. Webb and his family, who
Prall Bros, recently bought 150 head
P rop .
have been In Big Butte district during of fine horses in Lake county, which
Thomas-White Block, West "th St.
the past several weeks, returned home they have herded on their father’s
Store Phone, 134; Residence. IM.
the forepart of the week.
farm, situated near Central Point
H. Von der Hellen of Antelope was They are selling them at good figure.
in Medford Thursday, to receive Geo.
Judge Tonningson of Lake county
W. Hazen of Portland and his family,
E. Roberts of Scott valley, Calif.,
who are now visiting him.
“My hair was falling out and
were in Medford Friday, en route to
Ed. dwell, who is now a prominent
turning gray very fast. But your
Jacksonville, to attend the commence
Huy a Bottle of
Hair Vigor stopped the falling and
business man of Davenport, Wash, ment exercises of St. Mary’s Academy. 1
restored the natural color.’’—Mrs.
arrived during the week, for a visit
E. Z. Benomme, Cohoes, N. Y.
The celebrated Snap Shot, the best
with relatives and friends.
medicine in the world for allaying in
Mrs. H. E. Boyden has returned flammation in man or beast, can be
It’s impossible for you
from Big Butte precinct, but will go found
Ruh In well and
not to look old, with the
back to the homestead in a few days, store, also at Dr. Hinkle’s, C'ent.ial
Point. Try it.
Accompanied by her husband.
color of seventy years in
JUST RECEIVED AT
The state convention of the Society
Mrs. E. R. Kearnes of Klamath Falls
left for home Wednesday. She was of Christian Endeavor is in session at
are seventy, and you like
accompanied by Mrs. J. F. White, who Ashland, and will conclude its labors
IT HAS CURED OTHERS. IT WILL CURE YOU.
gray hair! If not,
will make her a visit of some length.
of delegates from different parts of
use Ayer’s Hair Vigor.
C. P. Snell has been elected recorder,
u°!l',1;:.±1,l,Ì'”'lrn,T'’r of “l.1
1 »"»mroailonln manor beast.
Me and 91 ffL
Kt’ ?Urr<?M 1
P^’Prlekjr and tuaoufucturrnAnbland, (Wl
In less than a month your
to fill the unexpired term of W. T.
For aia* at City Drug Store. Jacksonville, and by Dr J HinkH CeLtraFolnt.
Mr. and Mrs. <'. C. Beekman, who j
York, resigned. It is a good appoint
gray hair will have all the
to San Francisco lately, have
ment,-as he has the necessary qualifica
dark, rich color of youth.
They were accompanied
$1.00 a bottle. All druggists.
Miss Deila Piekel, who has been at home by DeWitt Beckman of Dundee,
If your druggist cannot supply you,
tending the Bryn Mawr college, locat
Stock in Medford
send us one dollar and we will express
ed near Philadelphia, is in Portland, j here several weeks.
you a bottle. Be sure and give th<* name
of your nearest < xprp«s office. Address,
visiting Mrs. Dr. Geary. Sin- will soon ' If you want, the latest in furniture. I
J. C. AYER CO.. Lowell, Mass.
return to Medford.
GARDEN 11 USE,
and see one of tils folding Daven
Mrs. B. P. Theiss, Mr-. J. M. Keene ports. They are superior to anything
and Mrs. E. Wilkinson attended the in that line. Everybody should have
recital of the pupils of St. Mary's •
I I visit DR. JORDAN'S great
Arethe Leading Dealers in Gent’s Furnishing Goods, Hats. Boot
We ar«- informed that Oris Crawford .
Academy at Jacksonville Thursday,
and Shoes, Crockery, Glassware, Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco
of Gold Hill, late Democratic candidate |
and speak highly of it.
Tropical Fruits, Stationery, Notions, Etc., Etc.
MARKET ST . SAN i:
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Lindley have! for county recorder, will be Sheriff-!
gone to Crescent City, Del Norte coun ■ ■¡ect Rader’s chief deputy. He is well j
Thelarxewt Anatomical Museum
ty, Calif., accompanied by the family qualified for the position, and will
In the Worid.
Greatest attraction in the City. A
of Geo. R. Lindley, Miss Lutie Ulrich, prove an acceptable official.
woudrrful aiyht for vteltore.
Weak nenaee, or any contract
and H. W. Jackson. They will be1 S. ('. Bartrum of Douglas county has
GIVE U h a CALL
ed disease,pn»llively mred by
the oideet Bpectaiist on tho Paclflo
gone several weeks.
snce«sxled N. Langell, who resigned
CoasL Kitablisbed M yeara.
A number of the citizens of Medford the position of supervisor of forest
DR. JORDAN-PRIVATE 0ISEA8E8
attended the commencement exercises rangers for this district. J. C. McCully
T<«na< Mien and aslddlle
s^red men who are suffering
of St. Mary’s Academy, held at I '. S. and Henry Ireland of Jacksonville are
from tho effects of youthful Indis
LIES IN TAKING THE PERSON
cretions or ex'-eMos in maturer
Hall in Jacksonville Friday evening, the only ones living in Jackson county
Nervous and physical Oeblllty, I mb -
and sjieak of it in th«* highest terms of who will servi' as forest rangers this
i I of
rinati»*, •<•* By
curative power, the Doctor
remedies, of freat
E. L. Jones of Spokane, E. J. Cross
The county commissioners met on
ha* ao arranged his treatment that it will not
only afford Immediata relief, but permanent
and B. B. Shepherd, who lately came the l$<th and awarded the contract for
\V e carry in stock a complete line of both hand
cure. The Doctor doee
nr* claim to ©erform A
miracles, but le
to bo a fair and F
from Mexico, arrived in Medford yes building a steel bridge across Bear
la well known
machine made harness.
square Physician and Bn
terday. -They were en route to Jack creek, at Medford, to Geo. Ridinger of
i to his »perlaity—Dlaeaaoe af
a specialty of ha . ni » .\ iai » e harness and
»TPHIMS thnmn<hly eradicated from \
sonville and the mining section con Coos county, who is an expert in that
the system without tho use of fiarewry.
every piece of work we turn out.
Traeoae fitted by an Expert.
line. It will be a handsome structure
rare for Baptara. A quick and radical 4
cure for File«. Plaoare and Flatwise, by ’
Charley Caldwell, who has been in and cost $6000. Work will begin in a
i Dr. Jordan1» special painless methode.
BTKBT MAN applying tone wUlreootve
the employ of Warner At Wortman for short time.
FAMILY GROUPING OUR SPE
, our honest opinion of oIs complaint.
IO will Guarantee a PORlTIVJf
sometime past, has gone to Ilai-nev
It is reported T. J. Williamson of
, «very cos« we undertake.
Consultation FKKK andstrlctly ©HTBiA
county, to engage in stock raising. Jacksonville will be the chief deputy
CHARGHR VERY REARO.^A R1JL
He was accompanied by his mother.
Treatment personally or by loiter.
of JohnS. Orth, our new county clerk.
Writ. f..T e<x.k, rHii.owr«Y •»
Corn.r Rev.nth nncl C ntreeta.
Mesdames Barker and Everton of H«> has superior qualifications for the , MAKKIASB. M. ilbi » I«««. (A valaahla f
' bonk tor mea.) Cellar writ«
Ashland, wives of well-known railroad place, and will doubtless please the ! 1 0« IQWBA^^O^t 0« t^Medwt »€.
SEE OUH HAMI’I-KS.
men, visited in Medford Friday
patrons of the office.
Saint Helen’s Hall....
A Boarding and Day School for Girls.
Wabash-Niagara Falls.Short Line
H. M. COSS,
DON’T STOP WORK
Hand spray Pumps
for a Sprained arm, Ankle or back
YOU ARE GOOD ASNE5A
MAX MULLER SCO 7
j^sori vi He, or.j
(MUSEUM OF fir^TOMY
Plumbing a Specialty. Goods are Fresh and First-Class and Prices the Best
THE ART OF
Hand Made Harness
L. A. LUCUS & SON,