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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1902.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
The Jacksonville public school re
opened Monday, with a good attend
The following is a list of school books
There is quite a rush on of miners
We are having plenty of warm
H. G. Meyer of Lake creek was in
required in the Central Point public weather
Frances Barnes and Ollie Huffer and
to make your baby strong and
Mrs. Peter constitute the faculty.
well. A fifty cent bottle of
Terry Byrne of Big Applegate was
WOMEN SHOULD BE CAREFUL NOT
Harry Carlton of Eagle Point was in
Chart Class—Slate and pencil.
Geo. Reynolds, the genial proprietor
TO OVERDO THEMSELVES. e
Almost everybody who reads the news
First Year—Primer, slate and pencil, I
Ira Kime of Pooh Bah made us a of the Bonanza feed stables, will here
papers is sure to know of the wonderful Siskiyou counties, Calif., and Jose writing No. 1, drawing No. 1.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Morris passed
The Experience of Mrs. l’ra/ak, W ife <n :
will change a sickly baby to
after be found at the Phipps barn, bet
> cures made by Dr. phine and Jackson counties,. Ore.
pleasant call Monday.
|l. — 1J
tac Tou ii Clerk of Mi Iler» v ¡lie,
Second Year—First reader, slate
Sunday at Ashland.
11; Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, Returning miners from the district
plump, romping child.
R. J. Caton and E. D. Weston were
and pencil, drawing No. 2, writing recent
j the great kidney, liver
A. A. Davis and W. H. Barr were at 1
Only one cent a day, think
the wants of his numerous customers.
|t and bladder remedy.
The woman with the responsibility of Grants Pass recently.
it. Its as nice as cream.
It is the great medi-
Wm. Mack, the miner, has returned
a house and family on her shoulders has
bend for a free sample, and try it.
cal triumph of the nine- ing uncovered. Chunks of tine copper
from Siskiyou county, Calif.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
always been given to overdoing herself.! Dr. Colo of Central Point made our
As u result almost every day we hear of town a visit Saturday.
50c. and )i.oo; all druggists.
j I ¡'I covered after years of
overlook this opportunity.
ductory language, drawing No. 3. tab
one breaking dawn. Her nerves have I Jas. McLaren of Applegate was < y ’
Mills was in Ashland Tuesday.
Everything in the musical line can lie
i scientific research by many samples of those are being lot and pencil.
given way or her strength has failed. among our visitors Monday.
Dr. Kilmer, the emi- brought to Grant’s Pass by returning
Fourth Year—Elementary geography, Napa, Calif., Sunday morning.
Sueli was the experience of Mrs. Prazak,
" nent kidney and blad parties.
A number of improvements for the
wife of J. M. Prazak, town clerk of Mil-
der specialist, and is
elementary arithmetic, Third reader,
and health fulness of the
le.sville, Douglas Co., Minn. She says:
writing No. 4. drawing No. 4, physiol tallst, was in town a short time since.
“I Inal been sewing a great deal and
Miss Pauline Reuter of Jacksonville
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst caiue the owners of the old Snelling- ogy, “Primer of Health,” introducto- ; Miss Julia Rodschau has gone to ■ soon be inaugurated. E. S. Wolfer, Matters of Importance Transacted at
it was too much f r me. Between that was a recent visitor in Medford.
ry language, speller, tablet and pencil. Klamath county, to teach the Keno 1
form of kidney trouble.
an.’ my other li usehohl duties 1 began |
the scientific plumber, has the contract
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec Alfred quartz mine, in the Galtce
Fifth Year—Fourth reader, elemen school.
the Court House.
to lie very nervous Iliad no anjx'tite , Prof. Narregan and A. M. Woodford ommended
for doing the work.
tary geography, practical arithmetic,
and the.e was a feeling of heaviness are hunting in Elk creek district.
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found chased of C. Bradbury of Josephine
The 50th anniversary of the Rebekah
ar un.l my heart, s > b..d r.t times that it
W. J. Drumhill, a prominent citizen just the remedy you need. It has been tested county. The consideration has not writing No. 4, drawing No. 4, intro- returned from their trip to Klamath
seemed as if I couldn't get any air. I
branch < f the I. O. O. F. will
to August C.«tel, e i of
was so v ’•> ou> always that any little of Phoenix, made us a call Tuesday.
been made public as yet. This mine Healthy Body,” speller, mental arith-
be appropriately observed by Ame se i of sw i. sec 36, twp 34, and ne i of
thing wor.bl up et me. Nothing that I ' Miss Nannie Matney has returned practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
Sheriff Rader, who took McDonald
chase relief and has proved so successful In is one of the oldest in the State. It metic.
could d.< gave me any relief and it be
and Driscoll to the state penitentiary, thyst Lodge No. 94, of Gold Hill, Sept. nw i. and e i < f se } of nw i. and w 4
every case that a special arrangement has has been worked tor many years in a
17th. Extensive arrangements are of sw i, all In sec 1, twp 35, 4 w; also
came so bral that I was obliged to from a professional visit at Ashland.
made by which all readers of this paper
n e'eet my housework. I had nervous
primeval way, and has long been in vaneed geography, writing No. 5, draw
Mrs. J. Russell of Jacksonville tar been
being made therefor.
quartz cl iinis, E vrbs creek district;
ried in Medford a few hours Tuesday. sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book need of falling into the hands of men ing No. 5, Graded lessons in English, Dorn of Josephine county were in Med Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and $100.
“Some time in March, after I had been (
more about Swamp-Root and how to who iiad the means to develop and physiology, “A Healthy Body,” ele ford Monday.
Diarrhoea Remedy has a world wide rep
suffering for several months, I heard: Miss Mae Phipps has been visiting in ‘elllng
F J Ryan to Otilla D Caldwell, lota
ind out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. equip it, as it should be. For a long
utation for its cures. It never fails
of Dr.Williams’ Pink Fills for Pale Peo- Jacksonville, the guest of Mrs. C. L. When
mentary history, speller, mental arith
and 14, blk N. R R add to Ashland:
writing mention reading this generous
student of the Southern Oregon State and is pleasant and safe to take. For • 175.
pleand began taking them. I felt a little Reames.
time an old arastra ground the rich metic, practical arithmetic.
better and that made me willing to give
quartz that was removed from the
Seventh Year—Fifth reader, geogra
Ben Haymond of Rock Point, the send your address to
Anna R Gregory to S I Whitman,
them a thorough trial. I took tho pills
Hon. H. B. Miller, who is a U. S.
Hon. R. P. Neil, a prominent citizen
reguLu-ly for two months and by that well-known pioneer, was in Medford
phy, practical arithmetic, writing No
lots 33 and 34, blk B, R R add to Ash
hamton, N. Y. The
of Ashland, made our town a visit one
velopment of the property as well as
time my health was completely re- i Monday.
regular fifty cent and nomeot s ^5 hp - r < kx . making something for the owners. 7, history (U. S.) speller, mental arith day this week.
visited in Medford Monday. He is land; $175.
Wm Clements to John Clemente,
Miss Myrtle Hurst is visiting with
looking after his interests in Josephine
“1 am gh.,.1 of this chauoe to tell how
The new company proposes to put in drawing No. 5, Fifth reader.
V. Cook of Portland, who has been
acres, sec 30, twp 32, 3 e; »600.
easily and thoroughly I was cured by her relatives, who reside in Climax
county, being largely interested in the
modern machinery and prepare the
Pink Pills for Pule People. I keep them precinct.
Eighth Year—History, civil govern at the Sterling mine, left for Portland raising of fruit and hops.
Laura O Docoughue to Allen Davis,
Snelling-Alfred to do a good business. ment, “American Citizen,” practical Tuesday evening.
in the house all the time and strongly
lots 13, 14, 15, blk G, R R add to Ash
O. Crawford, the clever deputy
recommend them to all who are afflicted
John Watkins, formerly captain of
They will drive a long tunnel tapping arithmetic, grammar, “Higher Les
as I was.”
sheriff, and his wife visited in Medford
sons,” mental arithmetic, speller, writ Medford Saturday. He is now in the the Rogue River ferry, has sold his
F. M. Calkins, court reporter, is at the main ledge to a good depth.
The pills which cured Mrs. Prazal;
1 W Thomas to Lillian S Moore, lots
property, tocated in that vicinity, and
act directly on the blood and nerves and Saturday.
employ of Dr. Ray.
The company of Portland people ing No. 8, drawing No. 5.
5 and 8, blk 34, Medford: »125.
will become interested in the center of
in that are different from any other
A. M. Cowgill of Gold Hill, tho ex
I will be at the public school build
J E Olson to T H Moore, lot 7, blk
Miss Barber returned Tuesday from who own and manage the Big Yauk
Dr. Geo. Kahler of Tacoma, a former the valley. John Blass was the pur
medicine. They cure locomotor ataxia, pert miner, was the guest of I. Huma-
37, Medford; »50.
mine of Galice creek district have let ing during the forenoons of Sept. 11 resident of Jacksonville and Phoenix,
partial paralysis, St. Vitus’ dance, sci
a visit at Ashland.
chaser, paying »800 for the property.
atica. neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous son today.
the contract for the running of a long and 12 for the purpose of examining is visiting in the valley.
W J Freeman to Lillian S Moore,
Wm. Koeppe, the expert watchmaker lot 12. blk 70, Medford; »250.
headache, after-effects of the grip, pal H. C. Shearer and his family got
tunnel,which will tap tbe great ledge and classifying new pupils. School
and jeweler, may be found in the
pitation of tiie heart, pile and sallow back from South Bend, Wash., a short
at a low depth and open up the prop opens Sept. 15th. High School text to judge by the density of the smoke Langell building, opposite the Post-
A W Lammey to Frank Brown, lot
complexions and all forms of weakness
John Huffer and A. Gangwisch were
erty in excellent shape. Tiie Big books to be announced at opening.
blk 56, Central Point: I8S.
either in male or female. Dr. Williams’
now tilling the atmosphere.
Pink Pills for Pul ■ People are sold at all
At a meeting of the school board,
work in his line at reasonable rates.
Frank Brown, Eagle Point’s ener at Medford a few days ago.
Yank ledge is considered to be one of
Oris Crawford to W A Carter, un
For Sale—A three-horse engine and
druggists, or will be sent direct from i getic merchant, did business in Med
Wm. Bybee spent several days in the greatest quartz veins in the West. Sept. 2d, they ordered a globe for the
C. B. Williams left for the Fish Lake divided } interest in and to lot 14, blk
boiler, in good condition. Apply to
Dr. W llin is Medicine Co., Schenec
Josephine county this week.
It has a width of from 100 to300 feet, seh Mil, also ten copies per week of C has . N ickell . A bargain.
Ditch Co.’s camp Tuesday. He informs 14. Gold Hill; ».500.
tady, N. Y., postpaid, on receipt of ford Tuesday.
Recorder Applegate got back from and has been traced for a distance of “The Little Chronicle,” to be used in
T C Law to E H Maddux, lot 2, twp
price, fifty cents per box; six boxes for
F. O. Hurd, the well-known operator
L. B. Chase has resumed the devel us that the water will be running
two dollars and a half. Do not be de in mines, got back Sunday from his Elk creek one day last week.
35 miles. It was discovered many the study of current events.
Amy & Harburgh add to Central
opment of the Palmer mine, located a
ceived when a clerk tells you that he
property and 1.90 acres in sec
few miles west of Jacksonville.
has a blood and nerve pill “ made from trip to San Francisco.
37. 2 w; »800
the same formula as Dr. Williams’ Pink
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. McCown, who
Miss Nellie Murray, whose mother
Pills for Pale People.” He does not were in Northern California for several
Briner to Ella Abbott, 2.64
Mr. and Mrs. Newbury have return
now resides at Lakeview, was in town
know what the f >rmula is and he could
c No 67, twp 38, 1 w; »500.
weeks, have returned.
HAS BEEN STAYED Monday, en route to Applegate.
notiuais the pills if ho did.
paratively low. The Big Yauk Is un
M. L. Pellett of Talent, who i sone of
E. H. Helm5 left for Portland Tues
Mrs. Dr. Parson of Ashland was on
John White, who lives not far from
Enos M Rhoten, placer claim loca
dergoing a systematic development An
Appeal Has Been Taken and He Woodville, got back last week from a the leading horticulturists of Southern
Monday's northbound train, on her day evening, to attend the Elks' carni
under the management of the Port
tion of 20 acres in Kane creek mining
Oregon, will have aljout 9,000 boxes of
Will Not Hang on the 19th.
way to Portland for a visit.
prospering trip to the Siskiyous.
land company. It offers the same op
Newtown and Spitzenburg apples of district, Jackson county, Aug 25th.
Geo. E. Neuber of The Banquet portunity to capital and enterprise as
Miss Aileen Webber, the popular
M c E lroy —E nsele —In Medford, at
Miss Lila Sackett has bean re-en
W H McDaniel, placer claim loca
fine quality for shipment this year.
T. J. Gibson, who was convicted at
the residence of the bride’s parents, music teacher, has returned from her spent a few hours in Jacksonville re did tiie famous Homestake of Dakota
gaged to teach the Phoenix school.
of 20 acres, Jacksonville mining
Besides, he will purchase a large quan
the last term of circuit court for Jose
Aug. 31, 1902, by Rev. Mr. Kelsoe of sojourn at the sounding sea.
She has given general satisfaction
district, Aug 26tb.
and the Treadwell of Alaska. When
phine county of the murder of J. F.
Nebraska, Francis H. McElroy and
Mrs. G. J. Morgan and daughter,
Mrs. L. C. Sisemore of Fort Klam completely developed and equipped
Ashland Mfg Co give notice of loca
Mrs. E. DeRoboam of Pooh Bah had
Schonbachler, and sentenced by Judge
The beet physic — Chamberlain’s tion of water rigbt of water in Neil
Miss Anna Ensele.
Cora, have gone to Oregon City for a ath and her sons are visiting in Jack there is no doubt but that it will be
Hanna to hang Friday, Sept. 19th. will
and Liver Tablets Easy to creek to extent of 500 inches, Aug
come one of tbe largest quartz mines not be executed on the date set for time since. Dr. Pickel is in attendance. Stomach
G ay —B ates —At Central Point, Sept. two-weeks visit with relatives.
take. Pleasant in effect, For sale bv
3, 1902, by Rev. E. B. Lockhart,Ch as
Lee Hendricks, the well-known rail
Misses Bertha Lewis and Anna Kee in the St te.
Perry Shoemake, who has been stop City Drug Store.
that purpose. His attorneys appealed
Paul James, W F Wright, quartz
Gay and Miss Cora Bates.
road man, was in Medford Monday, gan are sojourning at Tolman's
the case to the supreme court, and a
W. Myers, who is here in the in- claim location of tbe “Avenger,”
BROWN—CARRRICO—In Jacksonville, en route to Roseburg from California. Springs.
stay of proceedings has been granted. past, left for Arizona during the week. terest of a big commission firm doing
Humbug district, Aug 20th.
Aug. 30, 1902, by Judge Prim, N. H.
P. E. Gerould, the genial special
R. G. Smith of Grant's Pass and L.
Prof. E. E. Washburn and his fam
J. Willett of Watkins precinct was in business at St. Louis, has shipped sev
J T and Ollie Oden, two placer
Brown and Mrs. W. Carrico, both of agent of the Phoenix Fire Ins. Co., ily returned Thursday from a visit at
Bilyeu of Eugene, who defended Gib town Tuesday, accompanied by his eral carloads already. Re says that
locations of -*o acre« Wimer
was here Friday, on a business visit. Ashland.
son at the last trial, will appear for wife, who left for Denver the next there is a big crop of apple® Nearly
district, Sept id.
him at the next term of the supreme day.
G all — R oberts — At Jacksonville,
Miss Virginia Woodford, who went
everywhere, and thinks that those
J. A. McCall, the well-known civil
Jas Bucy. location of ''Roll Jordan
Aug. 27, 1902. by Judge Chas. Prim, to Coos county recently, on a visit, will engineer, was at the eountv-seat a few the Pioneers of Southern Oregon is an court, which convenes in October. No
Medford also has its trusts. The having apples to sell are asking too Roll” ar.d Roaring Gimlet No 2
occasion which affords pleasure and rec other case tried in the Josephine court
Ellis Gall and Miss Nellie Roberts.
extend her absence from Medford in- days since.
price of tamales has been raised to 10 much for them.
claims. Black well district, Sept 4th.
reation to all who participate, and is has created a greater comment than
SWAN—P erry —At Lakeview, Aug.
nts each; but they are larger than
Theo. Cameron and Frank Ennis left especially enjoyable to those who laid
this one. Public sentiment is divided, before.
25, 1902, C. L. Swan and Schrella
T. E. Kelso is with us again, after for Galice Creek Friday on a fishing
organs and other musical instruments
Mary C Wilson et al to Jas M Wil
in the matter, there being about as
Perry, both of North Warner.
I hunting and fishing in Elk creek dis expedition.
Miss Cora Cameron, who ha» been ever seen in Southern Oregon is now son, se i of nw J, and ne iof sw ¿; the
aud material condition as a part of the many who are of the opinion that Gib
being displayed at the Coss Piano
W right -P atrick —At Central Point,
Mrs. D. Linn, who has been at Port commonwealth of Oregon; and, where son should bang as there are who be passing her vacation at home, returned House in Medford. Prices right and w i of nw t of se 4, se: 28, twp 33, 4
Aug. 30, 1902, by Rev. A. P. Gillett,
land, visiting with her daughters.'is at as, the Society is de(>endent upon the lieve that the verdict of the jury was to Eugene, to resume her studies at the satisfaction guaranteed. No trouble to w: »5.
show (roods. Call and see us.
William Wright and Miss Kate Pat
Wm. Angle get back Monday from home again.
general public—very largely—for finan too severe. The condemned man la in U. of O.
R F Payne. C T Payne
tho Sterling Mountain mines, in which
Fred Downing, who has been in Har J. Owen, who is in charge of the
P. F. and Carroll Swayne and Capt. cial and friendly aid in making the re a poor condition physically, as a result
B eall -L ove —At Grants Pass, Sept.
Boze of Applegate have been in Jack- unions entertaining and pleasant.
of the worry he has undergone since ney county during the past several prospecting for coal that is being done Patterson, Al Alford and John Cope
1, 1902, Tyson Beall and Miss Clara with tbe prospects.
Therefore, bait resolved
the proceedings of his first trial. He years, is again a resident of Lake Creek by the S. P. Co., was in Medford the land, Sr. appraisers.
Love, both of Jackson county.
I. J. Estes, who lives near Central
forepart of the week. He informs us
is despondent and seems to care but precinct.
Mrs. G. E. Neuber, Mrs. A. Orme
Estate of Max Muller. Order made
W ade -F lo YD—At Grants Pass, Sept. Point and raises some of the finest wa and her daughter Bertha visited in and hereby is extended to the local little whether he hangs or live®. His
B. F. Wade of Central Point was in that operations will at once be resumed
aside property for widow. In
4, 1902, by Rev. J. W. McDougall, ter melons we ev$r saw, made us a Medford Tuesday.
press of the county for their kindness wife Is very devoted to him, and, with Medford not long since. Hie health, in Meadows precinct, where develop
and appraisement examined
W. A. Wade of Roseburg to Miss pleasant visit today.
and liberality in giving notices of the her children, visits the jail nearly which has been poorly, is considerably ments have been more favorable than
T. F. Kershaw, a member of t he Ash
Nellie Floyd of Kerby.
anywhere else in Southern Oregon.
Wm. F. Taggart and his wife left land Tidings’ staff, tarried in Jackson Annual Reunion; and, be it further re every day.
Estate of Jessie I Hammond. In
solved, that we, as a society, fully ap
i Tuesday for an outing on upper Rogue ville Friday evening.
The jury empaneled for the Septem
The trial of P. F. Swayne of Apple ventory and appraisement examined
preciate and thank the Native Daugh
river. Bert Hooker is filling his place
ber term of circuit court, was dis gate, charged with cutting the ditch and approved. Sept 2d.
Jas. M. Cronemiller made a trip to ters of Jane McCully Cabin for their
! at the Distillery Saloon.
Estate of J J D< nohue. Order made
The following is a weather repoit charged Saturday. There was little in controversy between himself and K.
Portland and other northern points gratuitous labor and care in preparing
L. W. Hubbs came down from Ash
sale of real property.
during the past week.
W illiams —In Barron Precinct, Aug.
a dinner for the occasion, and also to
land Saturday, for a few days’ visit,
report Oct 6.1902.
28, 1902, to Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Dr. MiDard Holbrook, who has been all our citizens who have so generously
i His health has been poorly, but is
about equally divided when discharged.
Crouch. Order for
Williams, a daughter.
spending several week's in this section, contributed towards the dinner in any
| steadily imp roving now.
The case will probably come up again sale of real estate made.
has returned to Portland.
SMITH— In Medford, Sept. 4, 1902, to
at the next term of the circuit court.
Miss Fay Sears has returned from a
6tb: minimum temperature, 42 deg to Applegate.
Estate of H C Nute. Inventory
Mr. and Mrs. R. Smith, a son.
Miss Mary Wetterer, after a pleas 2. That we thank the county officers
' visit with her fa.her, D. T. Sears of
appraisement examined and ap
ant visit at her old home in Jackson of Jackson county for giving up to the
L etcher —At Grants Pass, Aug. 28,
perature, 87.7 deg; mean of minimum Monday. He is steadily recovering and finished in up-to-date style, at proved. Sept 2d.
Spokane, who holds a position in the
1902, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Letcher, a
ville, has returned to Portland.
internal revenue service.
temperature, 53.6 deg; number times from the accident which befell him reasonable rates, call on G. W. Mackey
Estate of J O Johnson. Final ac
at the Medford Gallery, Adkins build
Robt. Ankeny of Walla Walla, who court-house park as a place for our maximum temperature 90 deg or
count of executrix approved.
Dr. W. S. Jones and Charles Strang,
some time ago.
D ixon —At Grants Pass, Aug. 28, 1902,
has been visiting at the Sterling mine,
Estate if Conrad Mingus. Con
M rs. Fisher of Portland and her
3. That we hereby sincerely thank above, 10; number times minimum
to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dixon, a son. who, with their families, have been left for his home a few days ago.
The county commissioners’ court, at firmation of sale of real property, Sept
making a trip to Crater Lake and Pel
daughter, Miss Leona, were guests of its last session, authorized theconstruc-
the Hon. C. B. Watson for his kindness
R obbins —In Ashland, Sept. 8, 1902,
Rev. Father Murphy will hold ser
ican Bay, returned Monday.
in consenting to deliver the very able ber times minimum temperature Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Howland of tion of a bridge across Emigrant creek, 2d.
to Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Robbins, a
vice at the Catholic church in Jackson
total Grants Pass recently.
Estate of Chas Hopkins. Monday,
D. Fennimore, who purchased the Mo
and instructive address to which we 40
on the Ashland-Klamath Falls road, Oct6tb, set for hearing of final ac
ville Sunday morning and evening.
rine place, left for Harney county Tues
have just listened; and the ladies and
Messrs. Broad and Reid of Forest above Soda Springs. It will cost about
S chrimpf —At Provolt, Aug. 27, 1902,
Miss Marguerite Linn of Portland gentlemen who have furnished the precipitation in
day, to close his business affairs. He
district, the successful miners,
to the wife of the late Silas Schrimpf,
has recently been the guest of her music which all have so much enjoyed. hours,and date, 1.55, 13tli; number of and their party have returned from $240, and of this amount $75 is raised
will return in about a month.
vs P F Swayne; in
clear days, 24; number of partly
brother, Geo. Linn of Eugene, the
B. F. Witmer of Des Moines, Iowa,
9. their trip to Pelican Bay.
I is in our city. He represents a num
L. E. Hoover informs us that J. W.
Carl Von der Hellen of Wellen and
E. C. Suman of Grants Pass, operator
ber of people who talk of making their
S S Pentz vs Frances Pentì; di
of precipitation fell, 4; dites of Merritt of Central Point will plant a Miss Myrtle Daley of Lake Creek were
future home in Southern Oregon.
large area in apples during the fall and joined in marriage in Jacksonville at vorce. Decree granted.
days, looking up the title t* certain pany expects to have its new saw mill
K ame —Near Central Point, Sept. 5,
increase the acreage steadily.
S. P. Hunter, who has been stopping
H A Norment vs W T York, city
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. Nuuan,
in operation within 30 days. It will be
1902, Mary, wife of W. T. Kame; aged in Medford for some time past, will mining properties.
John Winningham of Trail creek Sunday last, by Rev. W. B. Moore. recorder of Medford. Dismissed.
Rev. D. Faber held services at Jack located on the Blecher place, two miles
49 years, 6 months and 26 days.
soon return to hla home at Woodland,
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any was in Medford Friday. He is kept The groom is a worthy, energetic
for the last time Sunday. Rev. south of Jacksonville, where the com cases of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's busy piloting parties to and from
B aughman — At Ashland,! Sept. 4, Calif. He made many friends while
Brown and Elizabeth
young man, while his fair bride, the
Father Murphy assumed charge of this pany has bought stumpage on a large ' Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Crater Lake and other points.
1902, of spinal meningitis, infant son here.
Carrico, Aug 30tb.
tract of yellow pine and fir timber suf We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Baughman,
for the last 15 years, and believe him
John Thompson and his family, who C. Daley, is deservedly popular with
Mrs. L. Duncanson of Webber, Kan
ficient to keep a mill of 15,000 feet per ' Cheney
perfectly honorable in all business transactions
late of Eugene.
A Necessary Precaution.
sas, and her daughter, mother and sis Chas. J.Nunan has gone to Pelican day capacity busy for a number of and financially able to carry out any obligations have been in Oklahoma for some time, all who know her. In unison with a
1 made by their firm
D e W itt —A* Lost River Gap, Aug. ter of Mrs. A. S. Wells, will arrive in Bay, for a short stay. He will go to
’t neglect a cold. It is worse
.years. The order was given to the WEST & TRUAX. Wholesale Druggists,
29, 1902, the five-year-dVl son of H. Medford Saturday, on a visit of sev- San Francisco after he returns, to at-
than unpleasant. It is dangerous.
Toledo, O. WALD1NG, KINNAN 4.MARVIN, ter pleased with Oregon than ever.
Ashland Iron works last week to build Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O.
In using One Minute Cough Cure you
tend a business college.
i eral months.
’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act
Dr. Shearer, county physician, in on matrimonial seas will be fraught can cure it at once. Allays inflamma
tho iron-work equipment for the mill. ing Hall
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
C ruickshank —In Klamath county,
Mrs. Fred Farrier of Grants Pass has
tion, clears the head, soothes and
The principal stockholders of the new of the system. Testimonials sent tree. Price forms us that the hospital has nearly
and Mi’s. V. went to Colestin Monday. strengthens the mucous membrane.
Sept, 2, 1902, J. C. Cruickshank; aged been visiting with relatives residing in who have btien visiting in Klamath company are J. J. Myers, Johu Uetz, per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
75c. Hall’s Family Pills are the best.
Cures coughs, croup, throat and lung
Medford. She will soon join her hus Falla since they left Jacksonville, re C. E. Hooper and A. J. Stevens, all of
ting along nicely and are contented.
To accommodate those who are par troubles. Absolutely sate. Acts im
F riday —In Grants Pass, Sept. 4, 1902,
Ashland. A. J. Stevens is the presi
There is quite a migration to the liquids into the nasal passages for ca mediately. Children like It.
Miss Issie McCully has been visiting dent and C. E. Hooper secretary of the
the three-year-old child of Mr. and running out of Salt Lake.
patch, located near the tarrhal troubles the proprietors pre
Mrs. R. W. Bryon of Pasadena, with R. J. Cameron of Applegate and company, says the Tidings.
A double shoulder cape, black in road to Klamath county via Rogue pare Ely’s Liquid Cream Balm. Price,
Mrs. Ed. Friday.
color and trimmed with fur, was picked
Calif., and her daughter were guests his family. She leaves for Eugene in
including the spraying tube, is 75 cents.
up in the streets of Jacksonville a few
Druggist« or by mail. The liquid em
of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Orr during the a few days, accompanied by her
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Rev. A. P. Gillette will hald ser
weeks since. The owner can recover ■ usual.
bodies the medicinal pruperti«3s of the vices at the M. E. church in Jackson
past week. They have been at Min nephew, Geo. H. Merritt, who will at Taue Laxali»e Bromo Quinine Tablet». All ,it by proving property and paying for
Druggists rotund tbe money It it falls to cure
Frank Morine has disposed of his solid preparation. Cream Balm is ville every second and fourth Sunday,
neapolis, Minn , visiting Mr. B., who tend the U. of O. again.
Grove’s signature Is on each bcx. 25c.
situated near Table Rock, to quickly absorbed by the membrane aud morning and evening.
holds a responsible position with the
Mrs. L. T. Davis of Palo Alto, Calif.,
does not dry up the secretions, but
, Mr. Fennimore, who recently arrived changes them to a natural and healthy
Rev. S. H. Jones will hold services
I Great Northern.
widow of the late Dr. L. T. Davis, who
The price paid character. Ely Brothers. 56 Warren at the Presbyterian church in Jack
Ja^. Edmunds, Sunday School mis was a resident of Jacksonville many
sonville every Sunday.
St, N. Y.
••Aftar I w«» ladacaA la try CABCA*
ICTS, I «III neisr ba without them In tbe bouse. sionary, preached two able sermons at years ago, made our town a visit re
My li»sr «<■ lu a vary bad ihapa. and my bead
J. Frank Warner arrived in Medford
Some scoundrel a few nights since
cently. She was accompanied by M ph .
aebed and 1 bad abnuach trouble Now. »Ince tab the Baptist church last Sunday, and
from Cheyenne, Wvo . on
las Caaearete. 1 feel floe My wife baialeo u»ed give an instructive address in
broke into the chest of Messrs. Sims &
the D. L. Green of Grants Pass.
tbam with baneflciai results for sour stomseb.'
Lake, where he goes
afternoon. He took seriously ill and
Jos. K ushuso . WU Cougress St. St Louis. Ma
Foot Hill Fruit Form—vt Acree-20 acres In cultivation.balance brush,tine
Miss Carrie Beekman returned to
of the nation
Day in and out there is that feeling of
was reluctantly compelled toca peel the Jacksonville Tuesday. During her ab
residence 14 acres seeded to altulfa. Only IK miles from Central Point. Every acre
that makes a burden of itMtf.
rest of his appointments here.
good orchard land, adapted to alfalfa. »3200 Crops reserved
sence she made a trip to the Yellow
Vullev Home—23 acre tract adjoining Central Point town. 20 acres In
Food does not st rengrhen.
Dr. T. F. Day, the popular Presby stone Park, in company with her [
cultivation, small bouse and barn. 15 acres good fruit land. »1250. A nice borne for
Supt. Morris of the Fish Lake Ditch dimensions of the now park are 12 miles
Sleep does not refresh.
terian minister, who has been a/bly fill brother, B. B. Beekman of Portland,
informs us that he can give em east and west by 15 north and south,
It is bard to do, hard to bear, what
Grain Rnnch-WD acres in a square. All tn cultivation. Fair fence but no
buildings. Rich, black soil, which fruit men claim will prove adapted to fruit trees.
ing the pulpit of the Presbyterian of which they speak in the highest
ployment to a number of capable men, the crater leing left near the center of should be easy.—vitality is on tbe ebb, and
Two adles from town. The present crop speaks for the quality of the soil. »0000. Crops
church of Medford during the past terms.
at $2 a day. Here is a good opportuni the parallelogram. The western por the whole system suffers.
A Crackeijack -136 acres orchard land. 2 miles from Central Point, all but five
For this condition take
several months, will soon leave us. He
ty for the unemployed.
acres of which is the very best or fruit land. 20 acres of timber land goes with the
tion of the park abuts against the Cas
place. An excellent,7-room house, lathed and plastered, brick milk house, good barn and
is a professor in the San Francisco
granary, woodshed, smokehouse and outbuildings. Two wells, fine water. Entire place
J. Percy Wells, the pedagogue, on cade forest reserve, from which it will
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Theological Seminary, and will resume
visible from residence. One of the best bargains on our list. F500. Crops reserved.
made Medford his last visit. I be separated by a line of government It vitalizes the blood, gives vigo and tone
Book. Haver Sieben. Weaten, or Gripe Wc. 2ac, Stic
This is the peer of any fruit location lu Jackson county.
In Jacksonville, a few days since, a
his duties in a short time. Dr. Day
to all tiie organs and functions, and is
of surveying will
He will act as principal of the Scio stakes. L-«
— positively unequalled for all run-down or
heavy gold ring, with the letters J.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
has made many friends during h is stay Cat engraved on it. The tinder will
HOLMES BROS., Central Point, Ore.
■t«rUa« K««a«dy loaapaay, < bi««««, M««tr««l, lew York. 311
public school during the coming year, ' probably not be finished until next debilitated conditions.
here, and nis departure will be gen return it to this office and receive a
Uoc U'S Fl LU <e — a~cvw>U|*lM>*.' fa Mats.
i a position he is well qualified to fill.
TOO MUCH SEWING
THE CENTRAL POINT SCHOOL.
Only 50 Cents
Some of Our Bargains.