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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1903.
THE LAST BALLOT
FOR U. S. SENATOR
Grant's Pass now has twelve saloonB. i
St. Valentine’s Day is next on the
No Change of Importance—It Looks
Like a Dark Horae Will Win.
Some snow fell early Monday morn
S alem , Jan. 27.—The ballot fur U. ing, but it did not remain long.
Senator resulted as follows: Ful
Considerable snow has fallen on the
ton 29; Geer 15; Wood 13; Pittock 5; higher mountains during the past
Mills 4; balance scattering.
Jessie Shirley and her company-
played a successful engagement at Y re-
ka last week.
Rogue river was nearly if not quite
as high as it was 13 years ago, but did
How Good Fortune Cerne at last not do so much damage this time.
to a Woman in Southern
The U. S. land office in Roseburg has
transferred from the Abraham
building to the new Douglas County
Good fortune sometimes comes after
bn;« less years of waiting. So it wat Bank edifice.
Lillian M. Walbridge of Siskiyou
with Mrs. T. M. Taylor, of No. 73T West
Walnut street, Springfield, Mo. Fol county, Calif., is suing Alonzo S. Wal
years sl»o had suffered wnth severe bridge for a divorce. Both parties
f otnach trouble but Dr. Williams’ Pink formerly resided near Phoenix.
Pills f. >r Pale People cured her, as the
Mrs. G. W. Mackey has been com
L il »wing interview will show :
•" I was affile ted with stomach trouble pelled to add two additional rooms to
for about teu years,” she said to a re her dining parlors, in order to accom
porter. “About a year ago it became modate her growing patronage.
acute. Just before confinement I was
The noted DeMoss Family will give a
taken suddenly sick and hail fifteen con musical entertainment at U. S. Hall in
vulsions. I was under the coustaut care
of a physician for months, but did not Jacksonville Feb. 5th, under the aus
got more than temporary relief. My pices of the Presbyterian church.
Stomach felt os if it were full of stones,
A petition, twenty feet long, bas
nty kidneys had become affected and my reached Salem. It came from Linn
back hurt dreadfully. Sometimes I could county, and favors a radical change in
hardly get around because of the pain, the law relative to the slaughter of
tbe least exertiou put me out of breath,
my head would get dizzy tiU everything deer.
The contest instituted against Chas.
■cerned to swim around me, my limbs
ached—I was miserable.
B. Howard by Marion Freshour, for
“ How was I cured ? By Dr. William«’ the office of sheriff of Siskiyou county,
Pink Pill« for Pule People. I saw an ac
count in a pai»er of what this remedy Calif., has been decided in favor of
had aix'omplishe,! in a somewhat sim Howard.
ilar ease and 1 began taking them.
A bill has been Introduced in the
One box caused an improvement and Legislature to abolish poll tax, which
I kept on taking them till now I fee)
better than 1 luive for years. Both my amounts to $1, and is assessed on every
husband and myself never fail to recom citizen in the state between the ages of
mend Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to all whe 21 and 50 years.
Mrs. Taylor took a medicine that at Geo. N. Lewis, the enterprising pro
tacked her trouble at the root—the blood prietor of the Jacksonville livery stable,
aud nerves. Poor blootl and disordered has invested in another handsome bug
nerves are at the scat of nearly all the
ailments which affiiet mankind, and Dr. gy. He has some of the best turnouts
Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People in Southern Oregon.
have been proven to be a certain remedy
A fierce wind blew Monday morning,
for all diseases arising from this cause. which wrecked a number of buildings,
They will cure locomotor ataxia, partial
paralysis, St. Vitus’ dance, sciatica, neu fences, etc., and did considerable dam
ralgia, rheumatism, nervous headache, age. Its velocity has rarely been
the after-effects of the grip, palpitution equaled in this section.
of the heart, pale and sallow complexion?
Dr. John H. Coleman, president of
and all forms of weakness, either iu male
the Willamette 'University, will visit
Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale Southern Oregon d uring tbe week. On
People are sold by all dealers, or will
be sent postpaid on receipt of price, Sunday he will occupy the pulpit of the
fifty cents a box ; six boxes for twe dol M. E. church at Ashland.
lars and a half, by addressing Dr. Wil The Legislature has passed the bill
liams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y.
Be sure aud get the genuine :—substi appropriating $500,000 of the people’s
tutes never cured anybody. Send iag money for the Lewis and Clark expo
tree booklet of medical ad vice.
sition. Southern Oregon’s share of the
expense will be $30,0C0 or $40,000.
Billy Hulen, the veteran base-ball
slaver, who was with the Ashland
C arpenter —W oloamott — At Jack and Jacksonville clubs last season, has
sonville, Jan. 26, 1903. hy Judge signed a contract to play second base
Prim, G. W. Carpenter and Mrs. M. with the Seattle team, which he will
C owgill —M aury — At San Jose, Cal.,
Trains hat a been quite irregular dur
Jan. 20, 1906, John E. Cowgill and
the week, on account ot damage
Mi«« Sallie Maury, of Jackson
done to the track by the waters of dif
F erguson —C rawford — At Grant’s ferent streams. Repairs have been
P i’-'. .1n. 13. 190.3, W. E Ferguson made, and the service will soon be the
and Mr«. S die Crawford, by Rev. same as usual.
R. L. J.»l»n <»-»,
Nickell, U. S. Commissioner
F etfch —B urns - At Grant’« Pass, for Chas.
tbe District of Oregon, is fully
Jan. 14. 1903, Frank Fet«ch and Miss equipped to receive applications under
Mary Bun«, by Judge J. O. Booth. the timber and stone, also homestead
S tanley —J one «— At Grant’s Pass, laws. Final proofs taken, and all bus-
Jar». 19. 1903 T. Stanley of Ashland nesa connected with U. S. government
and Miss Ma garet Jones of Rose lands transacted. Office with S outh
ern O regonian , Medford. Phone 211
A mick —R odgers — In Table Rock The hop market is advancing, and at
Preclm t, Jan. 8, 1903, by C. C. Gall, Salem is firm at 27jc. Several of the
J. P, Jas. Amick and Miss Myrtle lots left in Marion county were last
week sold for 27 cents a pound and bet
S hadduck — B artlrtt — In West ter. Not many hops are left in grow
Medford, at the residence of the
bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ers, hands, however.
Meeker, by Rev W. B. Moore, P. M.
A private dispatch from Senator
Shadduck and Mrs. Hattie Bartlett. Mitchell states that he has been con
M oon —W heeler — In Sam’s Valley, fined to his bed with a serious attack of
Jan. 15, 1903, by C. C. Gall, J. P., stomach and bowel trouble. He is im
George W. Moon and Mrs. Addle
proving now, and will probably be up
sometime this week.
The wind on Monday blew down H.
C. Mackey’s big tent, damaging photo
AsriURST—At Sisson, Cat, Jan. 21, graphic goods and unfinished work to
1903, to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ashnrst, the extent of several hundred dollars.
He has already ordered a new tent and
S waynk —In Union Precinct. Jan. 7, will soon be on deck again.
1903, to Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Swayne,
The estimable wife of J. F. Dits-
worth of Big Butte precinct died Jan.
P knnbbaker — At Ashland, Jan. 18, 25th, after a short illness, aged 42
1903, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Penne-
years. She was a lady of many esti
bakpr, a son.
mable traits of character, and highly
respected by all who knew her.
J. D. Cook, secretary of the Hydrau
H asklton — At Eagle Point, Jan. 17, lic Mining Co., has been in Josephine
Lucinda, infant county looking after his mining inter
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. ests. He predicts that the placers In
Jump-off-Joe district v ill make a bet
J ohnson — At Grant’s Pass. Jan. 20, ter showing than ever this season.
1903, J. W. Johnson; aged 51 year«.
W. T. Coburn and Billy Hawkins
O sborns — At Brownsboro, Jan. 15, have turned the building at Grant’s
1903, Mrs. Mary C. Osborne; aged 59
Pass heretofore used as a cigar store
years, 8 months at.d 3 days.
by R. L. Bartlett into a saloon, and
B y el — At Grant’s Pass, Dec. 17, 1903, stocked it with ffrst-class wines, liquors
Mrs. Elas Ry el; aged 79 rears.
and cigars. They are well patronized.
H asklton — At Central Point, Jan.
Yingling, pastor of the
17, 1903, infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Bedford St. M. E. Cnurch, Cumber
A. L. Hazelton.
land, Mu., says: “It affords me great
pleasure to recommed Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
I have used it and know others who
have never known it to fail.” For sale
at City Drug Store.
Joe. K. Clark of Portland,a brother of
You don’t and can’t if your stomach
Clark of Montana, died rather
is weak. A weak stomach does not di
at Los Angeles, last Sunday.
gest all that is ordinarily taken into it.
It gets tired easily, and what it fails to Not long since he became interested iu
the placer mines of Jump-off Joe dis
digest is wasted.
Among the signs of a weak stomach trict, which he purchased of Dysert
are uneasiness after eating, tits of ner A Co.
vous headache, and disagreeable belch
The directors of the Southern Ore
“I bare taken Hood’s Sarsaparilla at gon Base Ball League are: Medford,
different times for stomach troubles, and a J. E. Enyart; Jacksonville, M. M. Tay
ran down condition ot tbe system, and have
been greatly benefited by its use. I would lor; Ashland, Amos Nininger. Grant’s
not be without it in my family. I am trou Pass’ representative will soon be ap
bled especially in summer with weak stom
ach and nausea and find Hood's Sarsaparilla pointed. A meeting to complete the or
Invaluable.” E. B. H ickmah , W.Chester, Pa. ganization will then be held.
The waters of Griffin and Daisy
covered the tracks of the R. R.
Strengthen and tone the stomach and V. R for some distance during the
the whole digestive system.
storm. On Saturday the track gave
way in one place, a mile west of Med-
i ford, as the passengor coach passed
Bougtt over it, but fortunately no damage re
sulted. Travel was resumed Monday
AFTER MANY YEARS
Get the Most
Out of Your Food
C. Hafer ot Council Bluffs, Iowa, and
his wife are visiting in Jacksonville.
DESTROYED BY FIRE
H. is president of the Iowa Lum-
Thos. Lee ver and H. T. Pankey
her Co., of which J. N. Williams is spent Tuesday in Medford.
Evidently the Work of an Incendi
manager, that is operating on such a
ary. Loss about $6000.
large scale west of our town. He is
the Presbyterian church at the usual
well pleased with Southern Oregon.
Last Sunday morning, at neatly four
There are a few light cases of small
L. W. Robbins of Ashland, the well- ¡o’clock, the horizon was reddened with
pox in Grant’s Pass. One death has
known wheelwright, was in Medford tire that could be seen for miles
resulted. A stranger came into the
around. It proved to be the Jackson
city a few days ago infected with the
The county commissioners’ court ville public schoolhouse, a large frame
disease, but has been placed under
strict quarantine. Every effort is be will be in session next week, beginning building, two stories high, that was
ing mado to keep the contagion from Wednesday.
In a short space of time the build
Recorder Applegate made a trip to
ing in which many of those who are
Geo. E. Neuber of The Banquet, who
now prominent in the business, pro
recently purchased the big brick build able comment.
fessional and |x>litical circles of Ore
A synopsis of what has boen taking
ing adjoining his saloon, has trans
gon had obtaiuei the rudiments of
formed the latter Into a handsome place at the court house will always be
their education, together with its
apartment for the entertainment of found on the last page of T he T imes .
contents, which included an excellent
those who wish to play a social game of
Jacksonville Fire Co. and the board library aqd a large number of school
billiards, cards, etc. He is nothing, if of trustees will hold their monthly
books and considerable apparatus,
meeting Monday and Tuesday evenings were a mass of ruins. The los« is
Sick headache absolutely and per respectively.
bstlmated at $6000, upon which there
manently cured by using Moki Tea, a
is an insurance of $3000.
pleasant herb drink. Cures constipa
The Are was dcubtlrss of incendiary
tion and indigestion, makes you eat, at the Catholic church in Jacksonville
sleep, work and be happy. Satisfac Sunday morniug at 8:30; also at Med origin; but what could be the motive
tion guaranteed or money back. 25 cts. ford at 10:30 a m.
of the Scoundrel who [epetrated this
and50cts. Write to W. H. H ooker j
cowardly deed cannot be imagined.
& Co., Buffalo, N. Y„ for a free
sample. A. P. Estabrook, Gold Hill, granger, was in Jacksonville Tuesday There had been no tire about the prem
ises since the adjournment of school
the Leading Druggist.
evening, attending Table Rock En the Friday before. When first dis
Ashland's system of waterworks, campment's installation.
covered the flames were shooting forth
from the hallway, locat'd about the
which is unsurpassed by that of any
The new officers of Table Rock En center
of ti e first story of the build
interior town in the state, is to be fur campment No. 10, I. O. O. F., were in
ing. The tire company responde!
ther improved. The City Council has stalled Tuesday evening. Full particu promptly, but was powerless to do
authorized the installation of nearly a lars will be given in ou’’ next issue.
anything, as the structure burnt d
mile of new 18-inch main, to supplant
Jacksonville Fire Co. will give a rapidly.
This disaster could not have occur
the 10-inch main next the intake, which grand ball during February, for the
red at a more inopportune time, com-
will cost about $8,000.
benefit of the children who lost their jng as it did at the middle of the
A party of U. S. geological surveyors books and other supplies by the fire school year. It will be found difficult
are engaged in establishing base line which destroyed the school house and at this seas* n topruvidesuit blequar
elevations along lhe line of the S P. aie unable to replace them. This is a ters for the large number of pupils wl.o
attend the school, as well as t j obtain
from Benicia, Cal , to Seattle. Perma very commendable undertaking, and the necessary supplies.
should be liberally patronized.
nent monuments are planted at the
America's famous entertainers, the
end of each mile. They have reached
WHAT THE VETERANS
Family Lyrie Bards, who are
the valley. It will take them until
ARE PRAYING FOR.
now on their 31st annual tour, will ap
July to reach Portland.
pear at U. 8. Hall Thursday night,
A school meeting was held in Table
Feb. 5th, under the auspices of the They Want the Balance Due Them,
Rock district, Jan. H5th, for the pur
and are Entitled to It.
Presbyterian church. Their program
pose of electing a director to fill the is new, bright, instructive and enter
unexpired term of Frank Morine and taining. Besides tbe singing, some 50
The following petition has been
to levy a two-mill tax to carry on a musical instruments are used each
spring terin of school. The tax was night. Those who do not attend this submitted to the Oregon Legislature
entertainment will miss a rare treat.
for its consideration:
not levied, ten votes being cast—four
“The Territorial Legislature cf the
for and six against it. This is to be
therter—goers were not able to attend Stale of Oiegon passed an act in the
the last performance of the Clara session < f 1855 and 1856, agreeing to
If you are troubled with impure
blood, indicated by sores, pimples, Ma'bos Co., as the train was unable to pay ail veterans who served in tl e wars
headache, etc., we would recommend make the trip to Medford that night, of those years the sum of $2 per day
Acker’s Blood Elixir, which we sell owing to high water. Probably one of for tueir service«. The United States
under a positive guarantee. It will al- them had the ticket which would have paid of this amount ab >ut 55 cents a
always cure scrofulous or syphilitic won the $10 prize had the person who
poisons and all blood diseases. 50 cts. held it been present at the drawing. day for such service. The total num
and $1-00. A. P. Estabrook, Gold Emmett Barkdull got the money on ber of service rend« r d by sa'd
Hill, Oregon. The leading druggist. the second attempt. XV. C. DPneff volunteers was 371,449 days. Of this
time each volunteer list about $1.45
“Advertise, no matter how small won the second prize of $5.
the newspaper space which you are
Nasal Catarrh quickly yields to treat per day, which would make an aggrt-
able to buy,” is the advice of the peri ment by Ely’s Cream Balm, which is gate sum of about $520,028 60. Of
odical Good Advertising. Increase the agreeably aromatic. It is received course at least two-fifths uf this num
through the nostrils, cleanses and heals
amount as you can, for you can put tbe whole surface over which it diffuses ber have died, without leaving a
your profits to no other use which will itself. A remedy for Nasal Catarrh widow or children. Of the above sum
bring half as good results. Start in which is drying or exciting to the the State of Oregon has not paid one
with the resolve to grow into a big es diseased numhnne should not be used. cent, ard bas not redeemed its pledges
Balm is recognized as a specific.
tablishment through judicious adver Cream
Price 50 cents at druggists or by mail. to these aged veteran«, who have
A cold in the head immediately disap waited 47 years anxiously exjiecting
Wm. Terrill, second son of H. J. pears when Cream Balm is used. Ely tbe state either to secure this pay
Brothers, 56 Warren Street, New from the United State« or to met
Terrill of Talent precinct, died at Bo York.
its own obligations.
nanza not long since. He was well and
“We will further suite that various
A Good Bill.
favorably known in this section, where
territories have here’otore paid their
he lived a long time. A number of
years ago he removed to Klamath
A four-years term for couuty assess veterans in stale bonds and the
county, where he filled the positions of ors, instead of two years, as at pres United States has invariably redeem
deputy sheriff and clerk. His many
friends will regret to learnof his untime ent has been proposedin the Legisla ed these bonds, together with the io
ture by Senator Marsters of Douglas terest prior to their maturity, and
“Some time ago my daughter caught county. This may be done by act of there is no reason why the United
a severe cold. She complained of pains the Legislature, and will not require States will not redtem any bond« that
in her chest and had a bad cough. I the form of con-titu* ional amend your honorable tmJy may issue or
gave her Chamberlain’s Cough Renedy
cause t<> be ¡-sued to these veterans in
acc< rding to directions and in two days ment. The reasons urged for pissing
she was well and able to go to school. I the measure are that jus’, honest and payment for their services; but
have used this remedy in my family [ rigid a-sessmeuts are essential to the whether they do or do not, it. do-, s nut
for the past seven years and have; welfare of tbe sta’e as well as of the lessen the legal or no nd responsi
never known it to fail,” says James people. Assessor.«, when elected every bility of the Slate of Oregon to pay
Prendergast, merchant, Annato Bay,
jeirs, become more efficient and these grey-headed veterans or their
Jamaica, West India Islands. The four
le«s likely to be influenced by widows, and in the event of tbe death
pains in the chest indicated an ap are
proaching attack of pneumonia, which political com rinat ions as when elec of both their children, the sum uf
in this instance was undoubtedly ward tions come more frequently. They money which the Territory of Oregon
ed off by Chamberlain’sCough Remedy. shou d also be pi id much better than
they now a^e. Their position is a re agreed by an act of the Legislature to
It counteracts any tendency of a cold sponsible
one, and should be titled pay them.
toward pneumonia. For sale by City
p ople who can
“We therefore petition your honor
command a good salary any where.
able body to appropriate $300,000 In
Jas. O’Meara, who was onoe one of
20-years bonds, drawing 4 per cent. In
the most prominent journalists of the
A Big Storm.
terest, to be used in paying these
Pacific Coast, died at Santa Rosa, Cal.,
veterans tbe difference between what
Jan. 23d, aged 78 years. He resided at
Tn is section has passed tlr ugh one tbe Territory of Oregon agreed to pay
Jacksonville for a time many years ago.
In an editorial capacity he was con of the severest rain storm« in Its his them and what the United States did
nected with the San Francisco Exam tory, ar d decidedly the 1 eaviest since pay them for tbeir services; and Inas
iner and Chronicle, Oregonian; also 1890. Nenly five inehes of water fell much as this matter has been neglect
the Portland Bulletin and News, both between Jan. 18th and 26tb, a period ed so many years, until the majority
jf which did not live long. For a of eight days. Almo«t an incband a
number of years Mr. O. has been re half fell in 24 hours Siturday, which of them are in their graves, we as
siding quietly at Santa Rosa.
He breaks the record. Had there been citizens of Oregon pray your honor
leaves a wife and four children.
any amount of snow on the ground able body as honorable men to prompt
The Ashland Iron Works bas pur aid hills at the time, there would ly meet the obligations of the State of
chased, for $5000, the patent, including have been no ca'culating the damage Oregon to these veterans at the pres
entsession of tbe Legislature.”
all rights and privileges for the manu that w u'd have resulted.
facture and sale of an automatic wood
A Card of Thanks.
saw, which promises to be a great labor
and time saver to sawmill men and tim
The undersigned hereby tender their
Not ice Is hereby given that I have
ber workers generally. Ed. E. Red sincere thanks to the friends who
„ . day . sold my . interest in tbe Jack-
field, of Glendale, the inventor, 16 by their kindly ministrations ex pressed this
County Lumber Co. to E. hing.
months since had his Idea patented their love and sympathy for us in the son
King has assumed whatever in
and a complete machine manufactured. sad bereavement that has darkened debtedness
may be liable for on ac
J. L. Fenton and Geo. Wilde, of the our home in the loss of our beloved count of said 1 corporation,
and will pay
Iron Works, each made a trip to Glen daughter, Elsie C. Day. Your kind the same.
C. E. H oopbr .
dale to watch the workings of the ma ness will ever be held In grateful re
Da’ed at Jacksonville, Jan. 16, 1903.
chine, and were so well -pleased with it membrance by us.
S. J. D ay and F amily .
that the firm's purchase of the patent
Try a bottle of Ilerbine, notice the
improv m nt speidily effected in jour
appetite, ei e>-gy. strength and vigor.
Watch how it brightens the sj irit^
gives freid'.un from indigestion and
Isaac Story, Ava, Mo., writes, Sept.
10th, 1900. “1 was in bad health, I
l ai 8t< inacii trouble for 12 months
• Iso dumb chills. Dr. J. W. Morv
pre»crib d Ilerbim; it cured me i >
A Treacherous Stream.
w i weeks 1 cannot recommend it
> litgItb; It. will do all you clam for
Bear creek was probably higher io
i'.” Suld by City Dru^ Stoie.
Saturday and Sun'ay than at at y
other time In the history of Jacksun
FARM FOR SALE.
county. It carried an Immense volume
of water and d d a treat deal tf dam Ttie wtl'-knowu Grnnnnrr Ranch,
age to the tine soil elong B b binks. on Ster lug < re k, over 800 acre«. I’., c
timber and stock rai g;, 150 acris iu
The bridge across it, near Central cultivation. Some of the reheat
Point, was cons! terably Injured, hut placers in Southern Oregon. All pat
not carried away, as reported. The ented and carries mineral right.
B arfoot & M onroe ,
creek cut a new channel through Apply to
233 Stark St., Portland, Or.
some of the best land in Southern
Oregon, in Talent and Phoenix pre
cincts. An effort will be made to turn
it into its original course.
Is displayed by many a man etdur-
Ing pains or accidental cuts, wounds,
bruise*, burn«, scald«, sore feet or
stiff joints. But there’s uo ne d for
. Arnica Salve will kill
the pain and cure the trouble, It’s
the best salve on earth fir piles, too.
25c. at City Drug Store.
LIST OF BURIALS
Mrs. G. W. Thrasher is visiting rela-
living at Grant's Pass.
During the Year 1902—Corpses
W. W. Daugherty and A. S. Hubbard
Brought from Many Places.
of Ashland are in our town.
R. 8. Dunlap, the veteran sexton,
Hon. W. M. Colvig went north on
who I.a« been in charge of the Jack professional business Sunday evening.
sonville cemetery f< r nearly third of
A. Schultz and H S Blaisdell were
a century, ha« compiled the following among those in Medford during the
list or burials i lieie n dui ing lhe past week.
year. Ten of tbtse deaths occurred
Rev, S. H. Jones has returned from
in Jacksonville, four In Medford, three his trip to Portland and intermediate
in each of Central Toint, Willow
Springs and Pooh Bah precinct, two
P H. Daily, county school superin
at Tolo, and one each- at Seattle,
and his wife are visiting in
Baker City, Applegate, Butte cre k,
Ruch, and five at the c< unty hospita’:
Misses Pauline Reuter and Amy Can
Jan. 21—John A. Boyer. 73 jeirr,
trail tarried in Medford a few hours
cancer; in I. O. O. F. cemetery.
Feb. 5—Nellie Loorhy, 9 yeats, 3 Monday.
months, preumoala; town.
Lewis Orme of Foots creek district,
Feb. 12—Susan Wilkinson, 43 years, the pioneer miner, was a recent visitor nm IS NO SUBSTITUTE
5 month«, heart fa luie; Cdth-1 c.
at Grant's Pass.
Feb. 15—Joiiu W. McKay, 84 yers,
Miss. Frances Nunan, v ho is making I
19 months, 6 days, deblBtj; 1. ().O. F. a trip through Southern California, , , OOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOo
March 31—Eliza J. Wrl-I y, 76 may extend it to Mex’co.
year», 3 months, paralysis; Masonic.
Mrs. Margureite Wall of Glendale is
April 14—August Wulf, 56 year«, 5
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil ooooooooooooooooooooooooo
montlisand 9diy«, chronic rheuma liam Beal of Central Point.
Notices for the location of placer
Mrs. M. A. Baldwin of Ashland and
Api il 14—Arthur Wilson, 78 year«,
and quartz mines, etc., up-to-date
6 n ontbs and 9 day«, tl »od pohon; her daughter are at Grant’s Pass, vis and complete, for sale at this office.
iting W. T. Coburn and his family.
Mason 1 .
Good reports are coming io from all
P. Wilson of Evans creek, who is of the placer mine“. The heavy
April 19—F. W. Feautz, 67 year«,
manufacturing superior shingles in raics have more than kept up a full
April 28—Ira Walter Perry. 12yeirs, large quantities, was in Medford a few pipehead for all of the hydraulics,
• months and 4 day««, membraneous days ago.
and the giants are being operated as
Under Sheriff Crawford and his wife never before. The smaller placer
May 1—Catherine The ma«, 57 yeirs, were in Medford Sunday. They in mines are a'so being worked to good
4 months and 5 days, dr »pay; Masonic. tended to visit Gold Hill, but there was advantage.
Muy 7—William Short (colored), 74 no train service that day.
Miners’ liens, deeds to mines,water-
years, dropsy; town.
Dr. McFadden and W. S. Bailey, right locations and other mining
May 8—Clarinda Schmidtbng, 35 prominent citizens of Applegate, were blanks always on hand at this office.
years, 4 months and 25 days, dropsy; at Grant's Pass not long since. So was
Cook & Howland’s placers, located
in Jump-iff-Joe district, are being
S. T. Call of Galice creek.
May 18—William Scott, 70 years,
Miss Minnie Coleman ha6 arrived successfully operated, with two gat«,
from San Francisco and will remain which are kept busy continually.
May 24—Susan Evan«, SOyea-s, la- during the illness of her father, John Several acres of ground will be washed
this season, and a first-class result is
Coleman, who resides at Phoenix.
June 2—Mary E. Booth, 64 years, 5
predicted. A. C. Howland is superin
Frank Mengoz was in Medford sever
months and 1 d iy, consumption; tow n.
tending the mines, assisted by W. H.
al time« during the past week. He has
June 15—Minerva B. Phill p>, 77
Miller, the foreman, and several other
been consulting Dr. Cameron concern
years, 10 months and 20 day s, periton-
ing the condition of his sister, Mrs. N.
The American Mining Code, stand
July 20—Max Mulier, 66 years, 6
ard authority od all subjects partain-
Miss Sophia Davis of Gold Hill pre ing to mining, water-rights, etc., is
month«, nerve,us debility; Mas nic.
bas been the guest of Mrs. G. H kept on band at this office.
July 30—Grace B. Yocum. 13 years,
Over $200 in nugget« and curse
6 months and 8 days, abscess; Masonic. Samuels of Medford, Her brother,
Aug. 2—Henry Vaughn (colored James, is attending the Medford Bus gu'd was picked off the bedrock of
ll.e Dry Diggings, located near
60, drowned; town.
Mr. Parrott, who has been installing Grant’s Pass, during the past week.
Aug. 2—Frank L. Gr.ffin, 9 year«,
District Attorney Reame8’ gas plant, The grounds now being worked by the
11 days, heart failure: Masonic.
Aug. 4—'«are tta Thompson, 56 ye ir-, left for Portland the forepart of the Gulden Drift Company are supposed
week. He will put in plants at Grant’s to be the richest ever before encoun
8 months, heart failure; town.
Sept. 15—Mrs. A F. Car) enter, 66 Pass and Cottage Grove in the near tered. Two giantshave been steadily
operated since early in November,
years, 3 months ar.el 1 day, heart fail future.
J. E. Davidson, who is looking after and more dirt has already been moved
Oct. 3—Mary A. Gils »n, 64 years, 4 the extensive mining interests of a than was washed off during all of last
months and 22 month«, 1. (). O. F. Portland company, located in Gold Hill season. The company looks forward
Oct. 10- Matilda Arrasmith 21 years, district, was in Medford a few days ago, to a large cleanup.
6 months arid 3 days Consumption: on his way to Jacksonville, where his
The sale of the Punch Creek mine,
located in Siskiyou county, Calif., bas
Oct. 17—Geo. D. Ridinger, 39 years,
J. H. Magoffey, a prominent lawyer of been consummated. Mr. Grayson, of
7 mouths and 2 days, Bright’s disease; Yreka, Calif., was in our eity Saturday, Oakland, is tbe purchaser. The price
taking testimony in the divorce case of paid was $30,000. A payment of $8,000
Oct. 19— »lonorit Cimbirskl, 69 Graves vs. Graves. He was well pleased down, $7,000 In six months and $15,000
yeais, 9 minths and 10 days, ap> p with our valley, even at this unfavora in a year, are tbe terms of tbe transac
lexv; Red Men’s
tion. Mr. Giayson is a man of abund
ble season of the year.
Nov. 4—Nicholas Young, 78 years.
ant resources, and be will at once ex
6 months sud 8 days, heart trouble;
pend about $25,000 in machinery and
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
work. These mines
Nov. 17—Milo Beggs, 28 years, 11
Digests all classes of food, tones and
months and 2 days, heart failure, strengthens the stomach and diges have been owned by R. H. DeWitt, A.
tive organs. Cures dyspepsia, indi E. Ray ties, Jas. F. Farraher and Dave
Nov 29—Baby Ross, 1 month, 1 day, gestion, stomach troubles, and makes McCook. Tbe latter bas been work
rich, red blood, health and strength.
Dec. 3—Antoine Richter, 60 year-, Kod'il rebuilds wornout tissues, puri ing them in a small way. He has taken
cat arrh of stomach; C itholic.
fies, strengthens the stomach. Gov. out sufficient ore, which he has work
Dec 9—William Will’B, 72 yeirs, G. W. Atkinson of W. Va. says: “I ed in his custom mill uf four stamps,
dropsy; | auper.
have used a number of bottles of Ko-
Dec. 11—Retecca S. Morgan, 89 d<>),and have fuuud them to be a very to pay all cost of development work,
years, 3 months and 11 day«, debility: effect and, Indeed, a powerful remedy and several small dividends as well.
for stomach ailments. 1 recommend
Dec. 28—J<'hn H Knutzen, 74 years, it to my friends.
Beginning Jan. 15, 1903, private
Oregon’s Exemption Laws. lessons
in French, German and Latin
Unconscious from Croup.
will be given at the residence of Rev.
A hone is exempt, to the value of J. D. Murphy. Address Lock Box 115,
During a sudden and terrible at
tack of croupou little girl was uncon $1500, but shall not exceed 160 acres Jacksonville.
scious from strangulation, says A. L. or 1 ind cor more than one blockina
Stafford, postmaster, Chester, M'ch.,
and a dose of One M inute Cough Cuie city or town. This cannot be reduc
was administered and repeated often. ed to less than 20 acres of land or one
It reduced the swelling and inflam town or city lot. A team of two
mation, cut the mucus and shortly horses, mules or oxen is exempt, with
the child was resting easy and speedily
recovered. It cures Coughs, Colds, feed for the same for 60 d lys; also two
LaGiippe, and all Throat, and Lung iows , ten sheep and five swine. A
The walking sick, what
troubles. One Minute Cough Cur person occupied in a special trade or
lingers in the throat and chist and profess on is exempt for tools, imple a crowd of them there are:
enables (he lungs to ont.ribute pure,
ment1, etc., necissary for gaining a Persons who are thin and
health-giving oxygen to the bioid.
livelihood to' the value of 1400. A
householder is exempt for $300 worth weak but not sick enough
At Ashland This Week.
of household goods, also wearing ap- to go to bed.
larel not ex< ceding $100 in value and
“Chronic cases’* that’s
The Clara Mathes Comp my cl ‘sed a apparel co*, exceeding $50 in value for
successful engagement of a w»ek -one each member uf the family. Books, what the doctors call them,
that was highly satisfactory to the picturesand musical instruments are which in common English
people of Medford and Jacksonville-- also exempt to the value uf $75. A
at Wilsn’s opera house Satuiday married man’s wages are also exempt means—long sickness.
night with “The L< gon of H< n< r.” tithe extent of 30 days.
To stop the continued
The audience, tie large-t of the set-
It might be added that any person
loss of flesh they need
son, was quite appreciative. The 110 w io attempts to take utf dr advant
aul $5 gifts i f ti e management we-e age of the e exemptions will soon be Scott’s Emulsion. For the
captured by Emtue: t Barkdull and W. cla-sed as a dead-beat, and will find feeling of weakness t1 y
< is lot in life much harder than if
C. Demff respectively. The winning he
deals hone tly with his fellow men,
tickets were drawn from a hat by’ Miss thereby meriting their confidence— need Scott’s Emulsk
Hildieth Hu mason, who was blind and credit, if necessary.
It makes new fle
folded for the occasion. The company
gives new life to the weak
You Know What You Are Taking
To prevent Pneumonia and Consumption is to sone of the very I m st that ha» ever
stop your cold when it first appears. Acker'» vi-ittd Southern Oregon, and is com When you take Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic,
English Remedy will atop the cough in a posed if clever, conscientious actors, because the formula is plainly printed on every system.
night and drive the cold out of your system.
that it Is simply Iron and Qui
Always a quick and sure cure for asthma, bron who spare no pains to pleaie. Miss bottle.showing
Scott’s Emulsion gets
chitis and all throat and lung troubles. If it Mat lies 1« a talented artist, who wins nine in a tasteleas form. No Cure.No Pay. 50c
does not satisfy you the druggist will refund favor wherever she aprears. They are
your money. Write to us for free sample.
thin and weak persons out
Retail Market Report.
A P Estabrook, Gold Hill, Leading druggist. playing at the Ashland opera Louse
The following quotations were of the rut.
It makes new,
made up this afternoon, and is an
impartial report of the prices charged
by Jacksonville dealers:
nerves and gives appetite
Wheat—75c per bushel.
A a Fye~Opener
Flour—$2.10 (.a) $2 30 per 100 pounds. for ordinary food.
in the morning iniures an elaatic step, buoyant spirits
Oats—48(a»50c per bushel.
ana success throughout the day.
Barley—Rolled. $1.25 per cental.
Scott’s Emulsion can be
Hay—Per ton. baled. $12.
taken as long as sickness
Pota'oes--$1 00 per hundred
Onions—H («2 cts per pound.
lasts and do good all the
Bi ttcr—50 • per r It.
are whiskies of the finest quality. They are palatable,
effective, of exquisite boquet—In fact, par excellent.
Bi ans—2j(d5c per pound.
All that goes to make a perfect whisky has entered into
Lard—15<a 16c per pound.
the perfecting of the N oblb brands. Have you tried
There’s new strength
Si grr—D. G. $5 5 <a i6 05 per cwt .
At all BARS, OLUBS and DEALERS.
Poultry—$1 00 to $3.50 per dozen,
and flesh in every dose.
llsm«—15c(<«17c per pound.
Shoujders—12c per p< und.
XVe will be glad
Side Bacon—14(®18c per pound.
to send you a few
Farm for Sale
Good V«r M
Southern Oregon Mines I
Grove s Tasteless Chili Tonic
«AKII í G
THE SURE WAY
has stood the test 25 years. Average AnniuS Sales over One and a Half Million
bottles. Does this record of merit appeal to you?
No Cure, No Pay.
Ci '»«Mt I .uwh S:jr-up. Taute a
In llm«. Sold b. dru
Knckwed with every bottle is a Ten Cent, package cf Grove’s Black Root, Liver Pills.
Eighty acres ot land, in Meadiws precise
black loan, part in cultivation, all fenoea,
watered by two fine springs,
school, 20miles from Gold HUI. Title per-
feet. »Fill be sold at a bargain.
pply for further particulars to
SILAS J. DAY,
Real Estate Agent, Jacksonville, Or
Be sure that th» pictur« 1«
the foim of a label is on the
wrapner of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c. «nd $t i all druggtota.