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^CENTRAL POINT NOTESo
Mis. O'Brien of Applegate made Mrs.
WHYTHE MOUNTAIN LET LOOSE ITS
P. Hines a visit recently.
JOSEPHINE COUNTY ITEMS.
Notice is hereby given that the coun
Mrs. J. S. Situs made Medford a ty superintendent of Jackson County
will hold the regular examination of
business trip on Saturday.
W. J. Freeman has just received an applicants for state ami county papers
at Jacksonville, as follows:
other carload of tine buggies.
(FOR STATE PAPER«,
Mr. Trusty, of Trail, was In after
Wednesday, August 13,
supplies the first of the week.
Elmer Perkins, of Tolo, made Ash at nine o'clock a. tn., and continuing
until Saturday, August 16, at four
land a business visit on Tuesday.
Wm. Nusbaum, of Lake Creek, was
Wednesday Penmanship, history,
in after supplies the first of the week.
spelling, algebra, reading, school law.
Mrs. Stephen Curnutt, of Klama-
Thursday — Written arithmetic,
tbon, Calif, is paying relatives here a theory of teaching, grammar, book
keeping, physics, civil government.
A. J. Daley, one of Eagle Point's
Friday — Physiology, geogranhy,
thriving merchants, spent u day here mental arithmetic, composition, physi
Mrs. Amanda Herriutt and daugh
Saturday—Botany, plane geometry,
ter, Ml«s Nellie, is spending the week general history, English literature,
with relatives here.
Mr. Isaac Kent, who had his leg
FOR COUNTY PAPERS.
fractured last week, is doing as well
Wednesday August 12,
as could be expected.
at nine o’clock a. ni., and continuing
Mrs. Bowman, of Nebraska, arrived
until Friday,August 15. at fouro'clock.
nere a few days ago to visit her daugh
First, Second and Third Grade Cer
ter, Mrs. Chas. Morgan.
Mrs. Nate Bates, of Grant's Pass,
Wednesday — Penmanship, history,
spent a few days here last week, with orthography, reading.
her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Kame.
Thursday — Written arithmetic,
Mrs. Booth Lee, who lias been spend theory of teaching, grammar, school
ing several weeks with relatives at law.
Hornbrook, Calif., returned Saturday.
Friday—Geography, mental arithme
Mr. and Mrs. Laughlin, of Nebras tic, physiology, civil government.
Sonie Matters of Interest Con-
eeniing our Neighbors.
Mrs. R. H. Moore of Gold Hill is the
I guest qf Miss Amalia Britt.
Chas. Carney of Medford spent a tew
C has . N ickei . i ., Editor and Mgr.
Sheriff Lewis Is taking to his duties
sloua—Helatlon u( Isrthysskr« to , hours in Jacksonville Saturday.
a duck to water.
I io has been
l:riiyUuua ot Craters.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Walter ot Hum
kept busy serving papers during the
The recent volcanic outbursts in the bug were reeent visitors in Jackson-
One Year, in advance..
Islands of Martinique and St. Vincent, I ville.
The residence of Mrs. il. E. Smith,
which astounded the world by the ex
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Holmes of Cen-
Advertisements inserted at reasona
who Ilves in the south) asteYn part of
tral Point were among our recent visl-
Grant's Pass, together with a portion
and property, naturally raise the que
of the contents and her harm were
ry as to the causes of these disturb
Kotcml at the Fostofflee at Jacksonville, Or#
burned a few days ago. The loss Is
Mrs. T. J. Kenney has returned from
as Second Class Mail Matter.
estimated at »1000, which was partial
Science has as yet been unable to de a visit with Mrs. H. I. Pelton of Sam's
ly covered by insurance. The fire
termine definitely the causes of earth Valley.
in tjio barn and is supposed ta
C. S. J ackson , who has so ably and
be of incendiary origin,
successfully conducted the East Ore i theory of volcanic action is that water of Talent precinct were guests of Mrs.
finds its way into the interior of the
O. Harbaugh recently.
gonian. printed at Pendleton, last week
Jos. Griffiths, the energetic real-
earth through fissures In the ocean bed
assumed control of the Portland Even anil subterranean streams. This, reach
estate dealer, has made a number of
Judge Prim and his family are so-
ing Journal. We prediet that he will ing tile superheateu molten mass of the journing at Bybee's Spriugs, situated
sales lately, among which are the fol
make that newspaper a formidable rival subsurface, is immediately converted in Evans creek district.
lowing: Frank Christy’s faftn ot 7»
of the Oregonian, before very long.
into steam. This steam under enor
to Mrs. Conoway, lately of Ne
Mr. and Mrs. John Devlin of Apple
mous pressure seeks an outlet iu the
braska. for »3600; Mrs. Stortz' <>|
Now that the Jeffries-Fitzsimmons weakest spot in the earth's crust, and
acres, etc., to Mrs. Parker, also from
fight for the world’s championship is thus volcanoes sre formed. This is ap visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Hines.
Nebraska, for »1300; Goo. Scott's town
A. P. Estabrook, the leading drug
over the cry of “fake" ha.« been raised, parently what happened in Martinique
property to C. Bennett of Wolf creek,
gist of Gold Hill,is certainly up to date.
though without justification in the and caused the awful destruction.
for »750; Jas. Carter's brick residence
Mont Pelee had previously erupted in Read about theelass of goods he has to
opinion of Referee Graney, George
to Goo. Scott for »750.
1851, but without great damage. Then
Siler aud the great majority of other the crater closed, the pressure from sell.
Jacksonville's public school will re
sporting men who witnessed thecontest. within having ceased. But it was only
A communication sent to Mayor slumbering, awaiting the time when it sume studies Monday, Sept. 8th, with
Schmitz of San Francisco before the should gather renewed strength.
A pension ha« been granted toCapt.
The Caribbean sea bottom, say the year.
fight, not to be opened until after it
James F. Goodall, of Jacksonville, of
L. Solomon and I. M. Muller of San
was ended, stated that the writer had scientists, is subject to earthquake dis-
»12 per month, for services In the
Francisco, who have been paying
been informed that Jeffries was to win
Mexican war. This is an Increase
ka, are spending the week with their
Jacksonville a visit, left for home this
in the eighth round, which hedid. The
Capt. Goodall was also
old friends, Mr. C. J. Jeffers and wife.
Wednesday — Penmanship, orthog
in the Rogue River Indlar war, being
Mayor has stated that if the charge
Olney Williams, of Ashland, is raphy, reading, arithmetic.
Mrs. A. Thompson has returned from
that the contest was a pre-arranged
captain of h company of Oregon vol
Thursday — Art of questioning,
the week with bls grand
affair cannot be disproved, he will lie
unteers, and he will soon lie granted a
gage in the restaurant business there parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. N. 'leeel- theory of teaching, methods, physio pension for that service.
compelled to prohibit such exhibitions
hereafter. Jeffries will receive 60 per |
Sam’l Henry, now deceased, of Med
P. H. D aily ,
Miss Mslinda Sears was adjust ins’ a
Miss Agnes Love has gone to' Port
cent and Roliert Fitzsimmons 40 per |
County Superintendent. ford, was put on the pension list for
land, and will not return. Her mother window last week, and had climbed
cent of »23,910, which is 75 percent of
$30 per month.
arrived in Alaska sometime ago, to re on a box. In some way she fell and
the gross receipts of the light, »31,880
ENGINE FOR SALE.
Mrs. Martha A. Johnson, also of
broke her arm.
. having been received through the sale
Medford, has been given a soldier's
A three-horse engine with boiler, in
Miss Ethel Kent, who has been vis
' of seats. Jeffries will receive »14,346
Jacksonville Erie Co. indulged in a
widow's pension of »8 per month.
c good condition, can bo obtained
----------- at a
and Fitzsimmons will add »9564 to his
drill Wednesday evening, which show iting relatives in Douglas county dur bargain bv applying at Gault A Cook's
Russel) A. Johnson, of Ashland, was
The share of the San
ed the fire apparatus and cisterns to lie ing the past several mouths, returned machine shop, Medford.
given a »10 per month (tension.
home last week.
Francisco Athletic Club is »7970. Out
in good working order.
of this it must pay the expenses of the
Miss Anna Pankey, who has been
Summer complaint is unusually prev
Misses Daisy and Ollie Huffer left for
HO! FOR NEWPORT.
fight, including »500 for the referee.
visiting Mrs. Wm. Downing at Rock alent among children this season. A
Portland Wednesday. The former will
Point, for several weeks, returned
Oregon's Favorite Seaside Reaort.
enter the Good Samaritan hospital, to
family was cured last wt«<k by the
T he reeent hot weather has taken
tioiue a few days ago.
become a trained nurse.
Recognizing the advantage of New
most of the snow off Wagner Butte,
Mrs. C. C. Chaffee, of Spikenard, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Rennsly one port as a summer resort over other
and now there is none left except in
Miss Catherine Buckley, who has
seaside resorts in the Northwest, and te
was in after supplies the first of the
the deep canyons about the summit.
turisl.aiiii which is always kept on hand
been visiting on Applegate, returned
week, and reports that their house, at the horn« of ye scribe. This is not make it possible for all who desire tod*
It is a surprise to Eastern people visit-
to her duties as a trained nurse in San
so to spend their vacation by the ooeaa
with several outbuildings.were totally intended as a free puff for the company, waves, the Southern Pacific Company,
ng this section during the summer to
Francisco this morning.
destroyed by tire last week.
in. connection with the Corvallis arid
see snow-capped mountains all about
benefit little sufferers who may not be Eastern Railroads, will place on sale,
District Attorney Kearnes went to
the valley, yet the weather is warm
within easy aoceMi of a physician. No effective June 15th, 1902. round-trip
Waldo yesteriay. on business con
Wash., who leased the Central Point family should be without a bottle of tickets from all points in Oregon on the
enough to make semi-tropical fruit
nected with Deep Channel Mining Co.,
hotel, is having
thoroughly this medicine in Che house, os]Ms*ially Southern Pacific to Newport, good for
and vegetables, such as peaches and
in which he is Interested,
Iowa, return until October lUth. at Specially
renovated, and will open for business in
tomatoes, grow aud ripen to perfec
Benj. Bell, who has been visiting in next week. The lufly is an experi Journal. For sale by City Drugstore reduced rates—»13.30. For full infor
tion. The nights are very seldom
mation please inquire of your loetf
this enced woman in the hotel business,
[According to scientists, the water reach Jacksonville, left for Ashland
distressingly hot, as they are in the
ed the molten lava In the Interior of Mont morning. He was employed at Klam- and the prospects are bright for her
When it comes to climate, Pelee through fissures in the rock and
To prevent Pneumonia and <'onsumption 1« to
athon, Calif., before the mill shut doing a paying business. J. H. Kin- cur
e your cold when It first appears. Acker’s
nature seems to have picked for us the was converted into eteam. This steam,
FINE SHOE WORK
English Remedy will slop the eoush In a
following the line of least resistance, blew down.
best features of the weather in the off the top of the volcano.]
night, anil drive the cold out ot your system
L. L. Savage of Dunsmuir, Calif.,
Always a quick anil sur»- cure tor aathnia. bron
different sections of the United States; turbances. For several weeks prior to
E. S. Winkler of Medford, who Is ns
chitin and ail throat (tod luns trouble«. If It
accompanied by his wife (nee Lillie
Stops the Cough
doe« not satiny you the druggist will refund exis-rt shis-maker, wishes to Inform the
and this makes it possible for Southern the explosion of Mont Pelee seismic
the money W rite to us or free sample W
Ulrich) and two daughters, are visiting
citizens of Jacksonville and vicinity
cure a cold II. llooKKH & Co., N. Y
Oregon to rightly claim to the sou ! shijeks had been felt throughout the is-
that he is prepared to do all kinds of
in Jacksonville, which was their home olone day. No Cure. NoPay. Price SS ceots
briquet of the Italy of America. i lands in that vicinity and on the main-
work in his line at reusonaUe rate*«.
a number of years ago.
And this matchless climate is lie I land of Central America. It is known
He make« a s|s«’ialty of repairing fin«
sho-s, and guarantors satisfaction. Hie
coming known abroad, and is a . to geologists that the coast of that re-
shop adjoins Endos' store, west of the
great factor in drawing an immigra | gion is gradually rising. Whenever whose health has not been t he beat
R. R. Y R. A Go's, track.
tion of superior quality to this part such an elevation is in progress a strain for sometime past, has gone to Siski-
I is necessarily brought to boar upon the you, Calif., to spend a few weeks at Q OOOOOOOOOOOOOOCMMXXXXXOOO0
of Oregon. Already many people of
\ rocks composing the underlying strata
Notices for tiie location of placer
culture and wealth have come to re of the earth's crust in the Vicinity of one of the summer resorts.
The ice-cream social given in the and quartz mine«, etc., up to date and
side and invest their money in Jack- the rising area.
son county, its healthfulness and
That Mont Pelee's outburst was the court-house square by the young peo complete, for sale at tills office.
salubrious climate influencing them in result of a sudden explosion of pentup ple connected with the M. E. Church,
The Great Eastern Mining Co. was
their choice of a home. But elimate steam is now generally conceded by Saturday evening, was a pleasant af organized ii few days ago with a capi
is not the only advantage Southern men of science. The few surviving fair in every way. A neat sum was tal of »1.250,000. The company has
Graduates of the School are in con
tent demand at salaries ranging from
’ Oregon has, for new-comers find that witnesses say that the whole top of realized.
purchased property in the Bohemia
»40 to »100 per month. Students take
it is also a country of varied and solid the mountain was torn off and hurled
The Jacksonville base-ball club has mining district and will begin opera
opportunities, which afford profitable Into space, shooting almost straight up I been reinforced by Somers and Mc
me state examinations during their
tions at once. The company has some
course Io t he school and are pi «pared
into the air and going thousands of
and safe investments to capital.
to receive state certificates on gradu
feet up. A giant volume of flame flash Neal of California, who did such good excellent claims in the district, and
ation. Exjienses range from »120 to
along just under it. The great black work while playing with Ashland's ag will purchase machinery as soon a«
T he annual reunion of the mom-
»175 per vear. Strong Normal course
mass fell back, and the flames spread gregation. They will form its battery the nectssary arrangements can be
bers of the Grand
aid well equipped Training Depart
and seemed to roll down the moun and play at Grant’s Pass Sundry.
made for placing the same. The cor
ment. The fall term opens Sept. 1».
4lf the Relief Corps, who reside in tain's side on to the city like a river of
For further particular address
A. E. Reames has begun the installa poration has some good mining men
Southern Oregon, is to b<j held in Gold I fire.
tion of a gas plant in Jacksonville He back of It, has some first-class
E. I>. RESSLER, President,
Hill, beginning September 10th, and
Practically the same thing happened
claim.« to work, and will make a good
or .1. B. V. Butler, Secretary.
lasting a week. Of the work of prep at I.a Soufriere, ou the island of St. has secured a number of customers, showing in a short time. Bohemia
aration that the citizens of Gold Hill Vincent, although the force of the ex whose buildings are now being piped
mining district 1« active at present
are making, the News has the follow plosion was not so great as at Mont by E. S. Wolfer of Medford, an excel
and new strikes are frequent.
ing to say: “W. II. Caine, chairman of
the Grand Army Reunion Committee, plosion had given vent to a part of the will belaid. This ¡«[quite an import
tremendous pressure of the imprisoned ant enterprise, and should be liberally
has been canvassing the business men steam.
of Gold Hill for funds to make the
Rev. A. P. Gillette will h dd ser
The question then arises. Wby do
The Orpbeum Pavilion Co. is the vices at the M. E. church in Jackson
gathering to be held here in Septem not such explosions take place any
ber a success. We are glad to say that where on the earth's surface instead name of an aggregation of men, women, ville every second and fourth Sunday,
morning and evening.
the business houses have responded to of through the crater of a volcano? children and horses, who are now tour
Rev. S. H. Jones will bold services
the call for money with their usual
at the Presbyterian church In Jack
generosity. This perhaps will be the scientist, »no says they sometimes
sonville every Sunday.
last time that Gold Hill will ever have do take place at random, so to speak, which were well attended, considering
Rev. D. Faber’s appointments are:
and when that happens the world be the lack of advertising.
Ethel, the Sunday, Aug. 3d, Jacksonville, at 10
a meeting of this kind, as before an-
holds the phenomenon of the formation cortortionist, the juvenile tumblersand a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Aug. 10th, Jack
other turn would com« for thia place of a new volcano.
the Shetland ponies furnish most of the sonville, at ll:30 a. in., Ashland at 10
the old soldiers of 1861 and 1865 will
But ordinarily the explosion occurs
a. m. and 7:30 p. tn ; Aug. 15th, Jack
have been gathered to that city of through the vent, or throat, of an al
sonville, Feast of the Assumption, 10
Mrs. A. Elmer, at a recent meeting a. m.; Aug. 19th, Jacksonville, 8.30 a.
‘Narrow Streets,’ the resting-place ready existing volcano, because the
Eighty thousand are going weakest lines in the earth’s crust are of Jacksonville’s council of the United m Medford, 10:30 a. tn.
each year, and none to recruit the the places where new fissures are most | Order ■ of Artisans, installed the
he formed, and along these f following
officers: Nettie Lewis, M.
New Boarding House.
All should, and likely to tie
line« of weakness the volcauoes stand F.: Amy Cantrall. Supt.; Lottie
we are sure they wiP, help make this
like rows of safety valves or chim Kinney, Ins.; Geo. McCune, Sec.; Rose
reunion the best ever had in this jur neys.
Mrs. A. D. Flory ha« opened a hoard
Kenney, Tress.; A. C. fjewis, Con.; ing house in the Dowel) nriclc building
isdiction. It is, as we said, perhaps
It d<rf>s not necessarily follow that be
“ aney on Fifth street, two blocks below the
the last time a reunion of the Grand cause one volcano breaks out its neigh- Chris Kenney. M. of C.; B. E. H
Court Bouse, and is well prepared to EAST SEVENTH STREET.
MEI »FORD, OREGON
Army of the Republic will ever be bora will follow suit. Sometimes there and W. M. Sutton, F. C.
furnish good table board, by the day,
held in Gold Hill; and for the sake of
week or month.
the good name we have established tion between remote vents, ns In the ah Degree Lodge No. 4, J. O. < i. F.. and satisfaction guaranteed.
let us “lake this meeting of September case of Mont Pelee and lut Soufrlere. i Sirs. Alice Ulrich, D. I). G. M., in-
A very violent explosion may rend stalled the following, who were elected
the 10th. 1902, the best of all. The I
the aide of a crater or even blow It out.
committee who have the reunion in |
officers for the ensuing term: Mary
and then the molten rock pours down
In Jacksonville, Saturday evening,
charge are old comrades, men whol the mountain side In a flood, over Miller, N. G.; Josephine Applegate, July 26th, a gray coat, containing two
will spend the money in the best way. j whelming everything before it. Not un V’. G.; Mollie Cameron, F. 8.; 0. H. memorandum books, etc. The tinder
VE TERI NARY SURGEON,
None will be wasted in foolery; but ’ til the vents have become cold and Basye, R. 8.; Frances Wilson. Chap.; will please leave the same with the
wili be spent to make the gathering dead from long periods is there abso Augusta Helms. R. 8. N. G.; Eleanor marshal.
lute safety from eruptions and earth J. Kubli,|R. 8. V. <».; Myrtle Sutton,
quakes in a volcanic region. Vesuvius, Con.; F. Luy, O. G.
All kinds of Dentistry Execu
If a Man Lies to You,
for example, was apparently extinct
ted, and Every Disease Stock is
Anri says some other salve, oint for about 800 years of historical rec
ment. lotion, oil or alleged healer ords and then broke out and destroyed
For Infanta and Children.
Subject to, Including Poll Evil
Colds are sometimes more trouble
is as good a« Bucklen's Arnica Naive, Pompeii. It has been continually ac some In summer than winter. It’s so
and Fistula, treated in the
tell him thirty years of marvelous tive ever since, a period of 1.832 years. hard to keep from adding to them
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and at REASONABLE RATBS
and Skin Eruptions proves it’s the
Absolutely safe. Act« Immediately. Signature
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break out with renewed violence and
throat and lung troubles.
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