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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1903.
FIRST BALLOT FOR
U. S. SENATOR.
Dr. W. L. Cameron has rented a
number of rooms in the Palm-Bodge
, block, upstairs, which he has fitted up
in handsome stylo and supplied with
many of the most improved instru
ments and devices known to surgery
Chas. Nickell, U. S Commissioner
for the District of Oregon, is fully
equipped to receive applications under
the limber and stone, also homestead
laws. Final proofs taken, and all bus-
ness connected with U. S. government
lands transacted. Office with SOUTH
ERN O regonian ,Medford. Phone216.
District Attorney’ Reames' new gas
plant is iu operation, and giving good
service. It is much larger and bet
ter than the one it supplants, and
should be liberally patronized Mr.
Parrott of Portland, the expert ma
chinist, set it up, and did a good job.
Oregon Fruit Growers
W. H. Erskine,thoexpert machinist,
Rev. S. H. Jones was an Ashland vis Matters of Importance Transacted at
D. S. Force and A. Perry wore in our
At Portland, Jan. 16th, the State
is now a resident of Jacksonville.
Horticultural Society concluded its midst Monday.
the Court House.
The Result Shows that the Lucky
annual session. It adopted various
Miss Iris Cook of Medford visited in
The weather has changed again, and
County Clerk Orth visited in Eugene
Mau is Likely to be Somebody
resolutions, among them one i nviting Sunday. Warum?
considerable rain has f.illeq since our
Besides Fulton or Geer.
the American Pomologicil Society to
Hon. W. M. Colvig has returned from Geo O B De Bar to Chas Prim,
District Attorney Reames returned
meet there in 1905, and one that the from Hillsboro Tuesday.
a professional visit to Grant's Pass.
We are pained to learn that Judge
properly In Jacksonville. « 1200
S alem Ore , Jan. 20, 1903 —A ballet Hanna is quite ill. His many friends
committee on legislation be requested
There will be no services at the Pres E Barion to Joseph Zurcher,
for (J. S. Senator t ok place iu sepa hope to hear of his early ccmvalesceuee.
to take steps looking t ■> the appropri
byterian church in Jacksonville Sun
was in our town Monday.
sw l-4ofsw 1-4 of sec 10, tp
rate houses today, and the result was;
ation by the State of meins to secure
40, r 2 e, and iiw 1-4 of n w 1-4
Ge r, 20; Fult< n, 28; Wood, 17; scat
ample competitive displays of horti
sec 15, tp 40, 2 e, 80 acres.
tering 24. Tne legitlalure wll' mi et
cultural products at the regular meet
Zurcher to W E
in joint convention tomorrow and r.-
Miss Ethel Florey made Ashland a
ings of the society. Prof. Cordley was
sw 1-4 of se 1-4,
: une ball t ng.
asked to investigate tiie matter of visit the forepart of the week.
nw 1-4 of sw
Mrs. Trimble, the venerable mother
J. L. Hain merely of Gold Hill, the at
S. L. M oorehead .
checking the apple scab in the Wil
J. W. Opp and T. J. Kenney tarried
40, 2 e, and
of Jas. Trimble, tho genial blacksmith,
torney, has been at the county-seat sev
lamette valley. Ttie newly elected in Medford a few hours Monday.
sec 10, and
is in a critical condition, we are sorry
officers are: Pr.s dent, J RCardwe’l of
Mrs. Hattie Stevens and Miss Ivy eral times lately.
nw 1-4 of nw l-4of <ec 15, tp
I to learn.
Portland, re-eleclcd fur the 14th Gilson made Jacksonville a visit Satur
Mrs. S. J. Ragsdale has been appoint
C. C. Beekman, the pioneer banker,
time; first vice-prcs dent, I M Gilbert day.
ed administratrix of the estate of B F.
Clagg to J W Kinney,
left for San Francisco Saturday morn-
of Salem: second vice-president, J D.
IzAxri THE PEOPLE IN THE WORLD
Col. R. F. Maury of Pooh Bah and Ragsdale, deceased.
sc 1-4 of ne 1-4, and r e 1-4 of
ing, accompanied by his wife and
R. FI. S. Donaldson-Selby, who has dwell of Central Point; -ecretary-
Nelson Powell, who was formerly’ a
his son, Henry, were in Medford Sun
HAVE STOMACH TROUBLE.
se 1 -4 of see 10, tp 37, r 2 e,
been visiting Southern Oregon for treasurer. Prof. ER Like of the ag
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
A Siuif.’.* Couroo of Treatment Tot<l in
Rural delivery on a route beginning sometime past, left for Eastern Oregon ricultural college, Corvallis, re-elected
ed a shoe shop in Medford.
L mt ; -tiuy l.an^uai'v« Free ft oux
and ending at Ashland, via Barron and Monday. He will soon leave for British
The second senatorial ballot at Sa
Hiiiby, Walker property
finance committee, Co). H. Haynes i f Tuesday, accompanied by ttvo of his
Emigrant crock, will be established Columbia and othwr parts of Canada, Forest Grove.
cast Wednesday, resulted: Fulton
H.i.f t’.-.o people iu the world have March 2d.
to sell stock for the Morning Star Min
ctuuuu/.i t- table iu a greater or less tle-
W. K. Price of Tolo and G. W. Frey
Messrs. Crane and Norton wore in ing Co., which owns valuable proper
A Base Ball Circuit.
se 1-4 of ne 1 4 t f s-c 21, also
F '' c. Usru-.lly it conies %om irregular
P. F. Swayne of Applegate was with
Lake creek were Medford visitors
»•r b isty e..ting—sometime« from other •town a few days ago. They have en-
ne 1-4 of se 1-4 of S’C 21, tp
That Southern Oregon will have a Monday.
E:;t there is just one way to tered the employ of A. W. Sturgis, the
Miss Sallie Maury, one of Jackson
35, 4 w, 15 acres.....................
J. W. Slinger and Chas. Seefield of
t.vri: it t.iid that cau be found in n book veteran miner.
County's most popular young ladies, league com pose I of team < represent
Maiy E Willi uns to Frank R
Notices for the location of placer
Mr. ana Mrs. E. R.Reames of Klam left Sunday for San Jose, Calif., where ing itsdifferenttown* seems probable. Lake Creek were Medford visitors male persuasion.
let which the Dr. Williams Medicine
Myers nw 1-4 of ba 14 of
quartz mines, etr., up-to-date
The party at Orth’s Hall Fri
Co., Schenectady, N. Y., will send free ath county have gone to California, to she has since been married to J E. A meeting of parties interested io Tuesday.
and complete, for sale at this office.
sec 22, tp 35, 4 w...................
to airy address npon request. Mrs. Eolith spend the winter, and may extend
J. J. Brophy ot Leeds and W. M.
Covel), who formerly resided in this tiiis ente'pri*e waa held in Mid'ord
J 11 Tilt rudike to Alorzi
Tiie Gilice Hydraulic Mining Co.,
la r'.i. t, of Groton, Mass., is one of the their trip to Mexico.
of Ceutral Point were in Med by the Jacksonville Dancing Club. Su-1 Slover, lot 2, blk 65, Me<’f »rd.
has its offi-e at Portland and
many who Ux»k this course of treatment
perior music was furnished by Signor
Lee Bradshaw of Lake creek district and best wishes, in which we are jcined i tially arrangvd All the larger towns ford Monday.
and was cured. She says:
io Galice cr.'ek district, in
were represented, excepting Grant’s
“ I had suffered from constipation ever was in Medford Monday. He has al by their many friends.
G id Mining Co, 1 acte near
J. DeKoboam. landlord of the U. S.
Josephine county, h is filed articles of
The gasoline stove used iu Learned's
since about the time my little girl was most recovered from tho operation he
Rogua river............................ 15000
Acker's Blooa Elixir positively cures ■ Pass, towit: Jacksonville, M. M. Hotel, made a pleasant trip to Med
j»corporation, with a capital of •!,-
Kitchen se? fire to the building. MaiyLCirr ti W M Mein-
boru. about twelve years ago, and it recently uaderwent.
chronic blood poisoning and all scrofu
000,000. A. B. Cousin, Gto. E. Wag
The engine company responded quick
finally became chronic. It isn’t neces
Mrs. A. M. Vallely of Portland is in lous affections. At all times a match-; Whitman; Ashland, Win. Huleo, E.
goner. E. E Cable and R. C. Yenney
Henry Pohlman, the scientific horti ly, but the flames were extinguished
| less system tonic and purifier. Money I A. Ilild eth, Jr. E tc 1 of tbe four
sary for me to tell you the trouble it
e............................................... 600 00 are the in orporators.
gave me, but I anTered all the time.
before it arrived.
towts will have a director in the
Ralph E Giayto W A Gray,
Miners’ liens, deeds to mi Des, water
Doctors gave mo no permanent relief are students at tbe Southern Oregon ’and S1-0U. A. P. Estabrook, Gold, league, wl o elect its» ffieers. Twelve hjurs Monday.
locations and other mining
and I l;.-pt g .•Cting w >rse.
Mrs. B. A. Miller of Jacksonville and ately removed here from Gold Hill,
hundred dollars of the st ck has al
39, 2 e......................................
1 00 blanks al ways on hand at this office.
“At last, a >;ne;hi;sg more than a year
County Commissioner Patterson is
Geo. S. and Bert Calhoun, now of i ready been subscribed, and this sub Mrs. M. Miller of Oregon City visited
and occupy the property on California W F Radford to J W Opr,
ag>», w » m a 1 was all run down and my superintending the construction of the | Watsonville aud Chico, Calif., respect- J
The number of proofs of labor on
in Medford Tuesday.
purchased of Mr. Fling. They
Mood in a horriblo c.uiditiou, iny mother bridge across Emigrant creek, lo I ively, who were formor'y engaged in
placer mining claim In s-ec
mining claim« usual to December were
Chris. Taylor of Galice Creek, a are quite welcome.
No other way than by tbe formation
told me to try Dr. Williams’ Piuk Pills cated some miles east of Ashland.
31, tp 37, 2 w............ .
Dot tiled that month. The cause may
business at Grant's Pass, visitid that i f a cl cult can first-class base-hall Southern Oregon p oncer, is visiting
for Pale People, which, she said, had ac
be eitherthat fewer claims have been
John H. Devlin left for Salem Tues
complished wonderful results with her.
contests I e secur. d, aud we hope that relatives in Lane county.
1-2 of sw 1-4 of «e 1-4 of he
accompanied by his son, Francis.
located than usual, or that there is a
I purcliased some and took them accord day, accompanied by his sister, Mrs. been called thither by the serious ill it will be formed.
W. H. DeZeng, one of the successful informs us that his wife has sold her
m- re general underitanding of the
ing to directions and in a short time saw, Miles Cantrail, who will remain there ness of their sister, Mrs. L. L. Jewell.
law, which allows thirty days com
a decided improvement. I continued during the session of the legislature.
The lady is slowly but steadily improv
A Damage Case.
paying this section a visit.
Jan. 1st for the filing of the
their use ami they curetl me. ’’
An aged miner named Wait, a resi ing.
If y< >u are suffering from any disorder of
Miss Boone left Monday evening for
M L Pellett to Ch is W
proo's that the required «100 worth of
1 here has been a change in the
T. W. L’oyd, who formerly operalel for Yaquina Bay, on a visit of some
the stomach write for their free booklet, dent of Josephine county, who lived a
Writers, quitch im de d....
1 00 assessment work ba* b*en d< ne. The
his trip to San Francisco thi9 evening,
County Lumber Co. whose In Alaska and is supposed to carry a
entitled “ What to Eat and How to
length to her former home.
owners of claims located in anyone
and hold services at the Catholic
plant is hx’ated on the Blecher place, respectable sum oi mom y in his Inside
Eat.” It contains information that peared. A search is being instituted.
year, under the pre-eot law, hav* the
Ben Beall of Pooh Bah, one of the Church in Jacksonville Sunday next,
should bo iu the hands of every person
Emmett Beeson of Wagner Creek throe miles south of Jacksonville. C. E. | pocket,lias been sued by Warren How leading farmers of .he valley, tarried a at 8:30a m.; also at Medford at 10:30 H F Barron to E Wilkinson
remaining fraction < f that ye*r, be it
who is suffering from a disordered has returned from Douglas county, Hooper h is disposed of his interest to ; ard of M dford, who seeks to recover
day or 364 day*, and the following
digestion. It treats of the proper selec
E. King of Medford. The company is I damages in the modest sum r>f «20.-
i<r which to do tbeir assessment
tion and preparation of food, the relative where he secured two carloads of cat operating in a big body of fine tim-1
To accommodate those who are par
Walter DeVarilla of Grant's Pass,
000. The defendant Is charged with
value and digestibility of various b od tle for J. D. Brophy, the California
right of way........................... ICO Oo work. That Is, l'Cilo-- in any part
ber, and will manufacture a large 1 wr i ing a letter to Howard's dauglit°r operator in mines, was in this section
products; it contains a chapter on the stock buyer.
liquids into the nasal passages for ca M G Rood to B A Lowell, i in
of 1901 have until January 1, 1903, in
• use of ateohol and gives a course of Tbe R. R. V. R's. theater train, quantity of first-class lumber.
Mil nie, couched in such language again the forepart of the week.
tarrhal troubles the proprietors prepare
wliic i to do the work. They may file
treatment by which constipation may be
Mrs. M. Miller of Oregon City is Ely's Liquid Cream Balm. Price in
Gov. Chamberlain has pardoned H. that, it has seriously affected her
Monday night, took
36, r 2 w................
their proofs of tabor with the county
overcome without the use of cathartics. which ran
cluding the spraying tube is 75 cents.
mind. The case w ill come up at Ute
Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for Pile Peo nearly 50 people from Jacksonville, all Patterson, who was sent to the peni April term of the circuit ccurt. C P. the guest of Mrs. B. A. Miller, with Druggists or by mail. The liquid em ü S Smith to J C Ho «aid.
rec nder at any tin e after completing
ple, the medicine which cured Mrs. of whom were well pleased with the tentiary for five years for the crime of Snell and M. C. Hoge are the plain- whom she will visit a short time.
the work up to thirty days after Jan
bodies the medicinal properties of the
Benedict and thousands of others, are performance.
assaulting a young woman on a freight tiff's attorney.
Mrs. S N- Eekelson. who has been in quickly absorbed by the membrane
an uufailing specific for all diseases
arising from impoverished blood or
San Francisco during the past three and does not dry up the secretions but j Lavinia Mingus to Ola Olu«
W. J. Wimer of Waldo, the well-
One Hundred Dollar* a Box
weakened, unstrung nerves—two fruit from Mt. Ange! one day last week, and Grove. Another brakeman, B. F. Har
changes them to a natural and healthy
weeks, returned Monday evening.
placer miner, wriics to the
ful causes of ueftrly all the ailments to will reside with Conductor Tynan and vey, tried for the same crime, was ac 1« ti e value H. A. Tisdale, Summer-
Ely Brothers, 56 Warren I ford ..........................................
P^ss Ciuiier relative to the
Mrs. Win. Hanley of Burns has re character.
which mankind is heir. ’ They may
St.. N. Y.
quitted. Patterson had served the Hazel Salve. He says: “I bad the
Frank Pautmeierto A E and
be had of any druggist or will be sent his family. She is a daughter of the
statement made that the miners used
•’rcater portion of his sentence,
pi lea for 20 years. I tried many doctors and is visiting in Jackson county.
postpaid on receipt of price, fifty cents a iate Ed. Tynan.
A A McFarland, lot 9, blk
lo throw away the platinum caught
box; six boxes two dollarsand fifty cents,
Departed this Life.
Moki Tea positively cures Sick Head and medicine*-, but all failed except
E. A. Spaulding of Forest oreek, was
with the gold in tbe sluice boxes be
Messrs. King and Stevens have gone
by the Dr. William« Medicine Corn tstay, in our town Monday. He recently pur ache, Indigestion and Constipation A i DeWitt’^ Witch Hazel Salve. It cured
they did not ’mow what it was.
Schenectady, N. Y.
delightfal herb drink. Removes all of
to Sterlingville precinct, to enter the
chased the Coffman mines, and is put the eruptions of the skin, producing a ing properties of Witch Hazel with
McFarland, lot 10, blk E, R
Miss Elsie Day, youngest daughter
“For 22 years we have been finding
employ of the Jackson Co. Lumber Co.
ting them in first-class shape for ex perfect complexion, or money refund antiseptics and emollients; relieve«
R add to Askland................ 125 00 crns’.iarable quantil es of platinum
ot Judge and Mrs. Silas J. Day. died
ed. 25c. and 50c. Write to us for free a:«d permanently cures blind,bleeding.
D. L. Browning and A. W. Silsbv, at the family residence in Jacks in- State of Oregon to W R Kio-
iu our annual cleanups, and that with
scmple W. H. H ooker & Co, Buffa Itching and protiuding piks, «ores,
c id, si 2 of swl 4, sec 16, tp
J. C. Whipp of Ashland and Chas. lo, N Y. A. P. Estabrook, Gold Hill, cut«, b ui-e«, eczema, salt rheum and prominent citizens of Josephine county, ville last Thursday afternoon, after an
out ¿baking aoy special effort to catch
did business in Medford Tuesday after illn-ss of nearly a year. Whiles
39, r 3 e, 80 acr< s.................... 100 00 it; ai d all of that time we knew that
H anley —F eese -At Portland, Jan. Carney of Medford attended the funer the Leading Druggist.
all skin disease.
12. 1903, i.v R. v. Tho*. WilsoD, Ed- al of the late John Bievenue, Sr., Mon
it wa* platinum. Until recent yean
student at the Oregon Agt¡cultural Hargadine Cemetery Associa
John Bievenue, Sr., a well-known
A Popular Troupe.
vani B. Hu'i’cy aui Mtas Elizabeth day. being members of the Im and respected citizen of this part of
tion to C Cushman, lot 144,
there was no market for it. About
College she contracted a severe cold,
A New Irrigation Scheme. from which sh» never rallied. Miss nargadineCA, Ashland ..
R< e e.
8 00 18 yea-sago we seat about nine ounces
proved Order of Red Men.
the county, died at his residence near
of it to San FraBcisco, never rece ding
M organ —J ones -A’ G an:’« Pas«,
Jacksonville Sunday morning, after a
Tbe Ad vat ce Electric Power & Ir young woman, and a consistent mem square feet oL hod ia Ash
a cent for it. They did not consider
Jan. 2, 1903 J m •* M rg»n nf Glen- day, aceompaniea by his brother, A. brief illness. He was buried the fol at Wiis m's Opera House in Medf rd
land.......................................... 250 OO the n atter of sufficient importance to
d-ile and Mb« Curie Jo’-n-ef Gales- J., who lives at Grant s Pass. They lowing day under the auspices of the ail of this week. It 1« a star organi rigatmg Company which is a branch ber of the M. E. Church. The funeral
report to us what they did with it.
are being visited by a nephew, who Improved Order of Red Men,of which zation and scored a pronounced suc of the Golden Drift, or tint portion took place Saturday afternoon, at 1:30 Mary J Murphy to Thos
v ill *.
of the enterprise which has in view o’cioiir, Rev. M. L. Darby officiating.
Twenty years ago the Joe Smith gulch
D ollarhidr —C ornell —A’, Ssson,
yielded nice lots of it, but we threw it
John H. Devlin, who got his start tn Mr. B. leaves a wife and several grown
Jan. 1, 19u3, J. li • .M. DaHarlilde of
We knew wtut it was how
KI million and Mis« Frances Oor- Jackson count}, was among us »gain. sons and daughters, nearly all of whom
He is manager of the Chicago Por were with him when he died.
n< 11, of McCloud, Calif.
the week. Special trains will leave company, and a man who has bad an N. D. of O., of which ordtr Misi Pay
kins, property in Ashland . 350 00
r • M anning —C orliss —In Medford, Jan. trait Co. for the Northwest Pacific I Mt’. Johnson of Josephine county Jacksonville at 7:45 every evening, re experier.ee of several years in Colora was a mr mber.
J W Merritt io Wm Coehrin,
10, 1903, by Rev. W. B. Moore, Bert
was in the upper valley Monday, look tir ning after the theatre.
do In similar enterprises, have charge
lots 1 and 2, b'k 40, Central
Manning and Miss Besoe Corli*« of cess.
ing for oxen. He is interested with W.
You Know What You Are Taking
Mr. and "Mrs. T. M. Center of Sis R. Nipper in the fine new saw mill that
When you take Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic, Hugh Sandi r< to Mo«cs Greg
kiyou county, Calif., who have been is being built on Applegate, near
because the formula is plainly printed on every
of the farm« and orchards for a dis bottle..bowing that it is simply Iron acd Qui
son, 4 acre* in sec 2, tp 36, 3
in a tastelist form Ko Cure.No Par bec
Murphy. It will befitted up with the Amt. del nquent taxes Oct
w.............................................. 360 00
Saturday. They have charge of the latest and best machinery. Nipper &
22. 1902................................. $5560 97 there will b: readied by ti e ditches.
M A Saxman to G S
When you can’t eat break
Chapman have secured a big hotly of Sheriff assessments.................
D obkner —At- Warden, Dougla« conn
Butler, lots 2 and 3, Hel
9 55 Mr. Ani.nt sajs be feels confident
tv, Dec. 28, 1902, to Mr. and Mrs.
superior timber, and will manufacture I
man’-add to Asblar.d......... 375 00 fast, take Scott’s Emulsion.
It is reported that E. Judy, who ar-' a large quantity of excellent lumber j Pent ¡ties and interest ........ 545 93 that irrigation wit) work as great
John Duerner, (nee Lizzie Daemmer)
Th? newly-elected offic< rt < f (iifg ■
benefits, if not treater, for this coun nian-l’ocaliontas Tiibe No. 1 Imp’d 1 N Brotherton to CW M s n,
a s< n.
When you can’t eat bread
riyed from the state of Washington daily after they get started, which will
than it has worked forC. l irado.
lots 34, 35, 36, 37, in Mont-
O. R M., ot Jacks nvi le, were install
D amon —At Oroville, Calif., Jar. 11, not long ago, has’purchased Granville not be long.
butter, take Scott’s
vi- w add.................................. 300 CO and
1903, tn Mr. and Mrs. U. M. D jidod , Naylor’s fine farm of 170 acres, situa
Proceeds of sale.........................
ed at tiie last mee ting, to wit: W II.
* Some time ago my daughter caught Double asses«, and errors.......
Emulsion. When you have
ted in Pooh Bah district. The price
.McDaniel, S.; 8. E. Dunn'ngton, S. Wm CSt nni’chsen toManf rd
a severe cold. She complained of pains Sti'l delir quent. (personal tux)
Y oung -At Ashland, Jan. 15, 1903, t> stipulated is $11,000.
S.; A. Schultz, J. S.; S. L. Fielder, I’.;
in her chest and had a bad cough. I
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Yon na
of sec 14, t p39, 1 e, 10 acres 625 00 been living on a milk diet and
Tiie old reliable business fitm, the A. Sell mitt, K. o(W.; D. Cron< miller,
A. M.Cowgill ot G-Id Hill passed gave berChamberlain’sCough Remedy Sold to Jackson county...........
Seattle Auction at d Sale Stable , Inc., C. of IL; L.
want something a little more
ace rding to directions and in two days
E. S’one, G. W ; T. J. John 1? Prittsan to Eli Elli«,
which holds special auction sales
W alker —In Ashland, Jan. 14. 1903, through Medford one day this week, she was well and able to go 10 school. I
nwl 4 • f swl-4, nl-2 of- swl-4
to Mr. and Mrs L. L Walker, a son.
, have used this remedy in my family
The rich men, poor men and mi every day and regular weekly aucti >ns
of swl-4; sec 1, tp 39, r 1 w... VO 00 nourishing,
engaged on the >jld quicksilver mine. i for the past seven years and have
sees all join in paying tribute to every Fi i lay, r< c?lvc horse*, 1 to 100. Coulter and E. Saltmaish Braves; Wm Myer to A McLeod, .84
on consignment and ad vauce ail ship Wm. Broad, Ches.
('h:.s. Carney, J din
He feels sanguine» of striking a. large ■ never known it to fail,” says James
DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
p nz charge-, and sell on commission Crump, E. Levier, Warriors,
vein ot 11 rat-class ore.
To get fat you must eat
Jamaica, West India Islands. The writes: Little Early Riser Pills are or will buy your Loises outright. If
E DeRrboam, administrator’.«
Tho Jackson County Lumber Co., pains in thp chest indicated an ap- the best 1 ever used in my family, j f y u have any number of horses you cellent supper was served afterward
deed to Jas C Carp titer, 47
fat. Scott’s Emulsion is a
B ienvenve —Near Jacksonville. Jan. whoso mills are located three miles
iwirii to di-pose if at tbe Seattle and thoroughly enjoyed by the as
18, 1903, John Blenvenue. Sr.; age 1 south of Jacksonville, are prepared io > proaching attack of pneumonia, which unhesitating'r recommend them to market price, no matter I ow far you sent bled Red Mt n.
I in this instance was undoubtedly ward- everybody. They cure Constipation.
fattener, a great
74 year*. 4 months and 9 days.
Sadie Minear to Jas C Carpen
fill orders for lumber of every size and I'd off by Chamberlain’sCough Remedy. Biliousness, Sick Headache, Torpid ate fr im the city, wri’e us full de
G ainbs —At Cintral Point, Jan. 8, description. If not in tho yard, will It counteracts any tendency of a cold Liver, Jaundice, Malaria and all other scriptions and we will ittyou know
ter, 47 acre« in Ip 37 and 38
what the prices are and how they are
1903, Pi ar! Gaines, dsuzl Ur of Mrs. saw to order on short notice. PostoftiiT) toward piroumouia. For sale by City liver troubles.
John Clark; aged 9 years and 4 address Jacksonville.
Those who have lost flesh
I Drug Store.
ing pain« or rc idenlal cut», wound«,
N. T. J olliffe , Mgr.
Cayotes, panthers Und wildcats stiff
131079 00 want to increase all body
M. J. W alker , Auct.
The following officers of W. H. H.
A ddison —At Ashland, Jan. 12, 1903,
strif joints. But there’s no r e d ior
1212 Western Ave., Seattle, Wash.
infant son of Mr and Mrs. Wm. Ad seem to lie plentiful in Jackson county. Tlarrison Post No. 67, G. A. R., of
it. Bucklen.s Arnica Salve will kill
F< rtv ac e«o' virgin timber land, of
tissues, not only fat Scott’s
At tbe last term of tho county com Central Point, who will servo during
dition; aged 11 days.
tiie tain and cure ti e trouble, It’s
Estate nf Joseph Rapp. Final re-
CLARK—At Talent, Jan. 11, 1903, Mrs. missioners’ court nearly a hundred, 1 present year, were recently installed: of Jacksonville, can tie obtained at a
A Scientific Discovery.
the best salve on carili for pile«, too. port showing value of estate to be Emulsion increases them all,
Nancy Clark, wife of J. A. Clark; which had been presented during tho
¡Com., George H Perkins; S. V. C.,
Kodol does f r the stomach that 25c. at City Drug Store.
«21.361.95. Executrix dikclnr,ei.
aged 48 years.
flesh, blood and
el .«s w< oi ranch. For further parti which it is unable to <i<» for itself,
month, were destroyed. ’
E'tate of James P McErlane. Lyda
G alloway —At Grant’s Pass, Jan. 8,
culars i nquire of or addre«s
Jas. T. Burns, who is interested in . million; Adjt , Merritt Elliott; o.
1903, JainesGalloway,fatheref Frank
MeErlare appointed admin's'ratrix. nerve.
G eo . F. W ilson , Jacksonville.
over-leaded. Kodol supplies the nat-
Galloway; aged 82 years, 9 months one of tho Grant's Pass bntchei shops D., S M. Nealon; Q. M., John Wright:
uial juices of digestion and dies the
For invalids, for con-
Notice Is hereby given thill have G F Billing«, L L Multi and F M
and 8 days.
with his father and brother, was in i Chap., Wm Sydow, Surgeon, G. B
work < f 1 he st imach, relaxing the this day sol I my interest iu t he Jack- Calkins appointed tpprais' r» for Jack-
Farm for Sale.
R eames -At Klamath Falls, Jan 13, Medford Mouday, looking for fat Cole; O. G., Marvin S. Wood. The
nerv< us tension, while the ir.flamed son County Lumber Co. to E. King. son county; E W L-ingdon, O A A’chi- valescents, for consumptives,
1903, of pneumonia. Dr. Frank D.
muscles (f I lut orran are allowed te Mr. King has assumed whatever In-
past commanders of this Post are H. H.
Reames: aged 36 years.
digests what, i
ss I may be liable for on a-- hald and n C Watson for Linn for weak children, for all
black loam, part in cultivation, all recced, restand heal.
D ay —In Jacksonville, Jam 15, 1903, of
eoiporation .and will 1 a '•ountv.
watered by two fine springs. 2% miles from
need flesh, Scott’s
consumption, Elsie C., youngest
c w HrwiPRR
R C. Harrison has gone .to Chicago, Nealon of Table Rock, and W. H Pat school, 20miles from Gold Hill, Tille per- digestive organs to tramf rm uh fool .1.,. s
Estate of El'zabeth AH right, Ad who
into rich, red blood.
Jacks( nv| le, JanHfi"^
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Silas J. on business for the Iowa Lumber Co. rick of Central Point. The Post was feet. »V111 be sold at a bargain.
ministrato- oidercd to accept
Emulsion is a rich and com
Day; aged 22 years.
Apply to1' further particulars to
This corporation is making pn para- organized May 18, 1895, with sixteon
from the bio'h-r ot Ei«a’<l Al
SILAS J. DAY,
fortable food, and a natural
■ lions to do a big business (luring tin charter members.
brlg it. in fu 1 piyment.. f d< bt due.
Ileal Estate Vgeut, Jacksonville. Or
■ present year, and tho product will soo:.
E*tate < f Gr int G Crary. M s D E tonic.
Central Point's ledges of the Modern
! be iu the markets of tho world.
* arpoioted rd ninMrato»’.
Woodmen of America and Royal Neigh
ORCHARD MEN. ATTENTION !
Scott’s Emulsion for bone,
Guardi insliip < f P.K ehe Bendtre.
Ashland’s tnesury will rcceiv : a big , bors held a joint installation of their
To health and happiness is Scrofula—
fkjh, blood and nerve.
as ugly a.i ever since time immemorial. ' sum that hax been conspiciious by it* newly-elected officers,towit: M. W. A.—
A large ska k < f 21 and 3 1 neh spray
♦41 37 ¡iporiive I.
It caur?s bunches in the neck, dis j abeenco during tho p:»st two years J. P. Hoagland, C. V.; Frank Gregory, [•ump li ing« is ke >' at the
We will send you
G ivdi n h p
figures tl»e «kin, in ¡lames the mucous | Six different li mn have aireadv ap W. A.; James Grieve, clerk; I. C. Rob-
A' kiifi i : d M achin « ‘-' hop .
membran *, waites the muscles, w< ak-
nett escort; E. A. Mayer, banker; I.
li n.d io I m $678.9\ approved
Bi surt that this picture
ens the tones, reducon the power < f ( and tiw price of a yea ly license is SHIM) J Esto«, watchman; J. E. Boswell,
in the farm ot a label 1» on
Ps ate o' B F Rajaduh*. John
resataixe to disease and Rio capacity
IL v. J. M. YL’rlii g. pastor of tb« sentry; A. O Freni, chief forester.
the wraoper of every bottle
for reco, «y, and develops into con- Bedford St M E. Church, Cumber l*oyal Neighbors—Alma E. Frecl, Indigestion. Endorsed by physicians <-.v< ry-
of Emulsion you buy.
oracle; Lavinia Hathaway, past oracle; wbcre. Sold by all druggists. No
' pier sure to recor.put’d < haiBberlain's
nnv. 25 cents. Trial package free by writ ng
scon & BOWNE.
E tale . f Angle & Plym lie. Order
“A bur h appeared nB the left ride cf Coliu. Cholera and I Jut rr ho» ;» Iteriedy. Mamie Rippey, vice oracle; Ei ily to W. II. H ookkh A C o .. Duflalo, N. Y.
my neck it car ■ <1 great pain, wi" 'aiM-ert,
and becar..? a running sore. I went into a I ha\u used it and know others who Holmes, chancellor; Edna L. Robnott,
tli'rty days made.
¿09 Pearl St, N. Y.
general decline. I was pwraatH'd to try have never known it to fail.” For sa'c recorder: Cora Hoagland, ■ marshal;
Hood’s Sursaparilia, 1 .id When 1 hud t il:6u at City Drugstore.
50c. and $11 «11 drujguta.
six bottles nry neck was healed, and I have
J .rues A Amick and M.rtle
Two bills for the. vrlicf of the Indian Mrs Esti-s, inside watch; Roberta
never had n»y troub e of the kiuJ since. ’
Mas. K. T. .«■<•. n. t . Tr..y, On’ ?.
V-'.r v t'roac )>;»• e Bv(j ’■ tri.'ii’.’i ¡1 ir> R- 'py• «»u siJo u-.i'<-b
The install 1
G o W Moon and Addi * IVheeler.
1 he '^1 iati. re. < o-> 1. 'f •.
for v lion prow! 1 very pleasant event, in
c j U Si
hm stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million
iipi'Mq.;.;-ti< » of .-ifio,<Xa a 1 1:
h« r wl.i.-h a r.<- eysler srpp<-r figured
bo‘‘tes- lath's record of merit appeal to you?
No Cure. No Pay.
loi- the lssu'.'nco ot $ 5a’,«'iid in bonds to prominently.
will lid you of it, rv’knl’y and p>
fadodeJ with every bottle is a Tip Cent, package of Grove*« Block Root. Liver Mb.
pay thcM»< x’tci i it>g men vLatl* j idly |
ananeutly, as tlwy ha-.c ril
1 due them..
Í STAHTLIHG FACT
Southern Oregon Mines |
Loss of Flesh
Jin Jincient Foe
Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic
V.rr Pnae •'Oaccnotadoaa" AtdrumtM»