Image provided by: Jacksonville Boosters Foundation; Jacksonville, OR
About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1903)
r I* <
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1903.
An Immense Strike.
Chas Nickell, U. S. Commissioner
for the District of Oregon, is fully
equipped to receive applications un
der tho timber and stone, also home
stead laws. Final proofs taken, and
all business connected with U. S. gov
ernment lands transacted. Office with
S outhern O regonian , Medford.
Burleigh’s bill providing^for the main
tenance of a state bureau of informa
tion at Portland and tho levying of a
state tax for tho samo was defeated.
This is one of the Legislature’s many
mistakes, for tho measure was a meri
torious one and would have benefited
the whole stale much, especially South
J. H. Drake of Pooh Bah was in
Medford Tuesday. He informs us that
an agent of tho government has been
over the route of the rural delivery that
will soon be established in that sestion,
for the purpose of furnishing the
patrons thereof with tho required mail
boxes. Tho price asked is from $2.50
to $3.50 each.
Moki Tea positively cures Sick Head
ache, Indigestion and Constipation A
delightful herb drink. Removes all of
the eruption" rf t’-" "b“’. pvoduein«- a
perfect complexion, or money refund
ed. 25c. and 50c. Write to us for free
sample W. H. H ooker &C o , Buffa
lo, N Y. A. P. Estabrook, Gold Hill,
the Leading Druggist.
On Friday night Jacksonville Fire
Co. will give a grand ball for the bene
fit of those children who lost their
books in the fire that destroyed the
school house and are unable to huy
others. Extensive preparations have
been made for the event, which will lie
a success in every way. Everybody
should patronize so worthy an object.
J. A. Whitman of Medford, M. M.
Taylor of Jackson ville an^ z\. E. Hil
dreth, Jr., of Ashland, representing the
Southern Oregon Base Ball League,
went to Grant’s Pass a few evenings
ago. to confer with the lovers of the
national game of that city and complete
arrangements for the coming season.
Nothing definite was accomplished, al
though the prospects are favorable.
In no other way than by the establish
ment of a circuit can a series of inter
esting games be secured for t his section.
Senator Mulkey has introduced a lo
cal option bill in the state senate. 11 pro.
vides that the legal voters of any in
corporated city or town shall have the
authority to vote upon and determine
for themselves the question as to
whether licenses for the sale of intoxi
cating liquors shall be granted by the
council. A vote upon the question may
be called by filing with the recorder a
petition signed by ten or more legal
voters not less than 15 days before any
general election of such municipality.
It is not likely that the bill will pass.
A. M. Helms attended the meeting
of the Red Men's tribe at Jacksonville
Saturday night. He started for home
soon afterward, and when he reached
the east end of the school yard he was
accosted by a stranger, who said he
was also going to Medford,
quested the loan of a dollar from Al.,
and on being refused proceeded to as
sault him. Ho met with such stout re
sistance that he drew a razor or knife,
and struck Mr. Helms with it several
times, but fortunately with little effect,
disappearing in the darkness when
he discovered that his game had been
“I have used Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy for a number of years and
have no hesitancy in saying that it is
the best remedy for coughs, croup and
colds I have ever used in my family. I
have not words to express my confi
dence in this remedy.—Mrs. J. A.
Moore, North Star, Mich. For sale at
City Drug Store.
W. F. Arant, superintendent of the
Crater Lake reservation, has gone to
Salem to discuss with the members of
tue Legislature the matter of an ap
propriation for the improvement of
the roads to that park. The Town
Talks says that ho does not go to Salem
to ask an appropriation. The sugges
tion has come from elsewhere; but he
will give the members such informa
tion as they desire, and believes it would
be good policy for the state to further
the accommodation of travel to the
lake. The government will take care
of the roads inside the park. The ap
propriation for that purpose is limited,
but Mr. Arant can accomplish quite a
good deal nevertheless.
E. E. LYONS KILLS
SHERIFF OF LANE CO.
At a regul ir meeting ol Jane M. Mc
Al. Perry has returned from a trip Matters of Importance Transacted at
Chief of Police Smith of Ashland is
Cully Cabin No. 20, N. D. O., held to Josephine county.
very sick with stomach trouble.
the Court House.
An Outlaw Well Known in South
Feb 4(.b, the following resolutions
Miss Maud Vaughn of Ashland is
ern Oregon Will Swing
were adopted :
a visit at Grant’s Paas.
visiting relatives residing at Sam’s Val
for His Crime.
treasurer, recorder, clerk
Sheriff Rader has returned from an
and sh riff approved.
Providence, in his mysterious dispen official trip north.
Roy Robley is visiting at Ashland.
Trapped in the home of the outlaw sation of events, to take from our
Ninety-six scalps of wild animals
He is now connected with the electric
he sought to arrest, and with his midst oni beloved sister, ElsieC. Day;
Don't forget the school benefit ball were presented for state bounty, and
light company of Santa Rosa, Calif.
arms held tight in the grasp of two tbert fore be it
Friday night, and assist in a worthy warrants were drawn to the amount of
women, W. W. Withers, sheriff of
R. C. Harrison, of tho Iowa Lumber
$196 in payment thereof.
R esolved , while we deeply deplore
Lane county, was fatally shot on the her untimely dea’h, we feel it our
J. W. Opp, the well-known operator
C«., has returned from a trip to Chica
Au order on treasurer to refund
Siuslaw river, 30 miles west of Eu- duty to bow in humble submission to in mines, wa^ at Medford one day this $4.27 to Mrs. W. C. Evans on account
go in the interest of that corporation.
Lent begins February 25. Arch
of taxes incorrectly paid was made.
the decree of Him who deetli all week.
A bouncing boy was recently born to
bishop Christie has just issued the Len
Au order was made to transfer
derer and all-around ciook, escaped by
ten regulations for the archdiocese of
R esolved , That in the death of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jennings of Ster $1735.47 from the state scalp bounty
two deputies who were guarding the our-i-ter Jane M. McCully Cabin has lingville.
fund to the general county fund.
doors of the house and sought refuge lost a faithful member and kind com
Geo. E. Neuber has Ixx-n granted a
Warrants were drawn for January
The People’s Press, tho organ of the
iu the mountains. One thousand dol
six-month8 liquor license by the board expt uses U the amount of $1677 42.
Socialist party, in Oregon, is dead at
lars rewaid was placed on his head,
R esolved , That the sympathies of of trustees.
A Store Robbed.
Albany. It had quite a number of
dead or alive, and several persons of
Estate of Lucy M. II imliu. Final
the members of our Cabin arc ten-
Rev. J. I). Murphy will hold services
subscribers in Southern Oregon.
determined nerve immediately start den (I to the grief-stricken family in
Tue mercantile establishment of J.
Mrs. Gus Newbury visited in Med
ed in pursuit.
TH[R£ IS NO SUBSTITUTE
C. Eads & Son, located in West Med ford and Phoenix Sunday. She was
day Mt for hearing same.
the hour of th< ir bereavement-.
The sheriff was in t he discharge of
ford. was burglarized Sunday night. accompanied to Jacksonville by her
Estate of A S Moon. Sale of real
R esolved , That, as a token of the
The Society of Christian Endeavor
his duty when he received the fatal
Er.tr) was made through the rear of sister, Mrs. C. C. Taylor.
high e-tecm we beirthe memory of intends holding an entertainment in j property approvi d.
wound. With a warrant for the ar
The Biggest of All.
th’ building. The thief or thieves
Estate of Edwin Brown. Hearing
Our-i-tcr, that, these resolution« lie the near future.
rest of Lyons far hor e steiiir.g
in ide away with about $30 worth of
of final statement set for Marcii 10th.
spread upon t he minutes of our Cabin.
dent yl the valley, made' us a short vis
The World's Fair of 1904, tu be held
Geo. N. Lewis, the clever proprietor
Withers enteied t he cabin where th*
gods TtW« is
eJe»- to the cul
new cases .
R esolved . That a copy (f these
St. Louis, will be approximately
prits, although certain hoodlums are
' ;•: . ' •• the seal iff the
C F. Henry vs. Florence Henry;
as large as any former interna
C thin, i e prcH« ,ted to the fiinilyol
Idaho and engaged in farming.
officer could see there was in tlie
exposition. The Centennial
II. C. Bliss et al vs. administrator
the deceased, and a copy sent to tlie
room only the mother and the wiferf
Exposition at Ftd'adAlphia covered
A protracted meeting is now being
of estate of Henry Arutrman; appeal
D emocratic T imes for publication.
the thief. When Withers entered
236 acres the Paris Exposition of
sition of organist at the Presbyterian from decision of tO' rt.
hold at the Baptist church at Talent.
E ifie B ybee P rim , i
1899-1900 336 acres, the Columbian
Rev. N. S. Hollcroft and Rev. Geo. R.
J osephine < > rth ,
real estate .
at Chicago, 633 acres. The
Varney, state missionary, are in charge
C H Elmore to Henrietta S
fi r the World’s Fair
THE STORY OF A GIRL OH THE
Shearer, lots 16, 17 and 18,
1180 acres. The
Senator Pierce's concurrent resolu
blk 47, Medford...................... $ ( 300 00
tion, to amend the state constitution
J L Hamrnersly toJEEnyart,
Mr. W. W. l’rickett. Smithfield,
Both She au«l Iler Mother are EntlauMiaatic
Exposition was $8,500.000; that of the
pistol from his belt, deliberately shot ¡III-., writes. Sept. 10th, 1901: *‘I had
lots 1 and 2, blk 29, Gold
Over a W«>n<lerfui Event In
Paris Exposition was $9,000,000.
the dt fcnselcss t fficer. The ball en been suffering several years with a sume studies until Wednesday, as it
ty offices shall run four years, has been
cancer on my face, winch gave me was impossible to complete arrange
The jostof the Columbian Exposition
Annie Melius to Gei W
Miss Maud E. Cable, of Chico, Butte defeated.
vreit annoyance and unbearable itch
was estimated at $18.322,000. and the
The alleged heirs of the estate of
Stephenson, lot« 13 an J 14,blk
ing. I was using Ballard's Snow ments before then.
Co., Calif., is a bright, vivacious girl of
total cost was $27 250,900. The esti
fifteen, with the glow of health iu her Henry Amerman, who were left out in
J, Railroid adi to Ashland. 800 00
Plans for the school house that will
mated construction cost of the St.
and made good his escape.
an accident I rub’ied some of the lin be built here in the near future have J A Tracey to Allen Davis, 63
cheeks. A few mouths ago, however, the recent distribution of funds, have
iment on the cancer, and as it gave me
Louis Fair is $30,000,000, and the total
she was sick and weakly. How this appealed to the circuit court from the
IIOVV CAITURE WAS MADE.
acres between secs 8 and 9,
almost instant relief 1 decided to con been submitted by different parties,
cost will be upwards of $40,000,000 by
Wonderful change came about is best | decision of Judge Prim.
Murderer Lyons is cowering in a tinue to u«e liniment on the cancer. There ought to be plenty of competí tp 39, 1 e. ................................ 600 00
the time the work is completed,
told in the words of her mother, Mrs.
in the jail at Eugene, and tlie In a short time the cancer came out, tion.
Elizabeth A Smith to Annie
Rose Cable, who says :
Before the exposition gates are
The board of trustees have appoint-
town is quieting down after days of slightest scar left. 1 have implicit
Hocom property in sec 20,
“ My daughter was in a miserable missioners' court have been inspecting
open the city of St. Louis will have
such excitement as.that country has faith in the meritsof this prepara
tp 39, 1 e................................
state of health and I l'<ar»-l she could not ’the bridges and roads injured by the
expended tlie enormous sum of $20,-
tion, and it cannot be too highly rec which will take place on ve first Tues Wm and John Facklamto Wni
live. It began with irregularity in the late storm, with the intention of mak
Of this amount $5,000,000
Lyons was caught Monday morning ommended.” 25c, 50 and $1.00. For day in March: Judges, W. G. Kenney,
natural functions of her sex, accompa ing necessary repairs soon.
Carey, 20 acres in sec 31, tp
for the fairthrough
Frank Kasshafer, R. S. Dunlap; clerks,
nied by severe headaches, he:vrt and
on a freight train going -outh, near
36, 2 w..................................... 1000 00
The semi-annual examination of ap
the municipal assembly. - Citizens of
stomach trouble, and finally she broke
Cresswell. This is 12 miles south of
Coleman Noonan to Benton
St. Louis raised $5 000,060 additional
down entirely. The doctor said she had plicants for teachers’ certificates will be
Bowers, 105 acres Ln d 1 c No
by private subscription. The U. S.
aiuemia, which, he said, meant that her held at Jacksonville beginning on the
The people of Cresswell and vicinity
government and the state of Missouri
were on the lookoutforany suspicious-
blood had turned to water.
11th. Quite a number wishing certifi
Hon. Garrett B. Van Riper died at
have appropriated $5,000,000 and $1,-
looking man who might prove t<> be Ashland Saturday, in the 77th year of months past;, has gone to Douglas Jenuie Gibson to D T Lawton
“ The pain iu her head was so severe cates will be in attendance.
000,000 for the fair respectively. By
county, where he expects to locate.
that she was hardly able to bear it; her
popular vote at a special election the
Finley Porrine, bailiff of the supreme
day morning a poseof men cons'.sting his age. He was a pioneer of 1850, We are sorry to lose him and his esti 8 G and L A Sloan to Klam
charter amendments were carried,
stomach so weak that she could eat
of Ed. Parsons. James Staub, .Lime- first settling in Douglas county. In mable fan ily, who have made many
which will enable the city to expend
nothing but soup. Her liver was con ! court for a number of years, died at
ath Like Railroad Co, right
Law. Wm. Buoy, Janie« Noland, I. H 1870 he removed to that section ‘ of friends.
for street paviDg and other
gested and torpid, her nerves all un I Salem, Feb. 6th, from brain trouble.
of way in sec 11, tp 11, 4 e... 250 00 $10,000.000
Veach and Wm. Miller, were near the
strung and her complexion just like a * He was a prominent Mason and pop
Southern Pacific railroad station just Jackson county now known as Klam The following officers of Hogue River Mattie Stevens to Ephraim
dead person’s. She grow worse iu spite ular with all who knew him.
as a southbound freight train was ath county, and lived there until 10 Council No. 256, Order of Pendo, were
Steven«, G dd Hill quartz
Pearl» Becoming Scarce.
of the doctor’s care and finally her hands
pulling out. Someone noticed a man, years ago, when he went to Ashland, installed at a recent meeting: C. C.,
T. B. Good pasture has purchased
claim, known as Mount
and feet began to swell.
It is reported that a famineof pearls
where he has since resided. In 1872 he Chas. Nickell; C., L. A Finney. V. C ,
Ira Wakefield’s place, located in Phoe
Fielder Mining Claim .......
1 00 has set tn, due to the large demand
ning down the track. The posse got
“An advertisement in the papers led
into Mr. Veach’s wagon, drove with
W A Carter to Cora B Olsen,
for these lovely gems. It is claimed
me to have her try Dr. Williams’ Pink I
great haste to where the train was Oregon Legislature from Jackson coun Kasshafer; S . L. E. Stone: G . M. A
100 00 that no other -tone is so becoming to
property in Gold Hill....... $
Pills for Pale People and she began to of the best land in the valley. We
pulling out and motioned the engi ty, serving one term. A wife and five
youth and lieauty. but the majority of
feel better almost immediately upon learn that the price paid was $6060.
J L Wigle to W 1 Vawler.
neer to stop the train. The engineer children survive Mr. V., who was an
people throughout the country are
taking them. She grew better every
Prof. W. F. Cameron has been re
p’operty in sec 19,tp 37,1 w. 1000 oo not able topurcbase the«ecostly gems.
seem d to know what wa- wanted
son ville district, held on the 7th, author
day. When she had taken them two elected principal of the Ashland public
and stopped immediately. The men
However, as long as they enjoy good
Granville Naylor to Edward
weeks she had gained eight pounds, and school. R. A. Hopkins, his first assist
then clambered out of the wagon,
Hon. Jas. D. Burnett died in Douglas ity was given the board of directors to
health they are tar richer and will al
rushed toward Lyons, who was just county, at the residence of his son, arrange for the purchase of desks, seats
fourteen by the time she had taken five
ways loot better than if they possessed
tp 38, 2 w.............................. : 11000 00 all
then in the act of climting into an
the pearls in the world. If you
boxes. Her color has come back and she I ant, who has resigned to go into busi-
and supplies, and for the renting of
empty freight car, and ordered him to
have lost the precious possession
suitable rooms in which to hold school Mabel Carter to S B Stoner,
looks like her uid self. She has gone to 1 ness at Pullman, was succeeded by Miss
throw up his hands. The order was of the best known pioneers of Southern during the balance of the year.
health—you should try Hostetter’s
i interest in lot 5, sec 12, tp
Bitter, because it is recogniz
“I feel very grateful for what Dr.
Ed. White, the convict vho escaped
The Society of Christian Endeavor
nothing else to do.
ed as the best healthmaker in exist
coast when 28 years old, first locating
Williams Pink Pills have done for her, from the state penitentiary sometime
held an intereting session Sunday
Lyons had discarded his wea|M>ns
ence. It will cure headache, nervous
for I am sure they saved her life.’’
and was trying to pa-s himself off fur in Salem and moving to Douglas coun evening. Geo. Birdsey led. In addi Stidham, lot 2, blk 33, Ash
ago, and whose name is cot nccted with
ness, indigestion, liver and kidney
Anmmia is not the only disease which Rose Carlisle’s, was shot ano killed while
a hobo. He was at once securely ty in 1852, where ho has since lived. tion to the usual programme Misses
275 00 troubles and malaria, fever and ague.
■nccutnbs to the potent influence of Dr.
bound, placed in a carriage and Mr. Burnett was born in Blunt county,
Our Private Stamp is over the neck of
Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People. in the act of burglarizing a house in
started to Eugene. Care was taken to Tenn., March 12, 1822. Ho was onee Maud Prim and Helen Colvigsang solos W T Abbott to D B Grant,ne
avoid the news of the capture from
They are an unfailing specific for such Lincoln county.
many in attendance with select read
sec 24, tp 39, 1 w.................
reaching that city. Incase this was
Retail Market Report.
disea.- is a« locooMJtor ataxia, juirtial par Rev. M. J. Hickey passed through
done t he party no doubt would have prominent in the polities of the state ing.
alysis, St. Vitus’ dance, sciatica, neu the valley Sunday, en route to Portland
The following quotations were
The De Moss Family, the noted lyric
ireen met by an infuriated crowd of l or sometime.
lot 6. blk 44, adjoining land
ralgia, rheumatism, nervous headache, from San Francisco, where he has been
made up this afternoon, and is an
citizens and the prisoner promptly
in lot 7, blk 44.....................
5 00 impartial report of the prices charged
the after-effects of the grip, palpitation having his eyes treated for cataract.
Are You Restless at Night,
lynched. On arriving at the outskirts
evening of Feb. 5th, at U. S. Hall, un Benjamin Fox to Mary Fox,
by Jacksonville dealers:
of (he heart, pale anil sail' iw complexions
of the city one of the rigs containing
Wheat—75c per bushel.
anil all forms of weakness either in male
the party drove ahead to notify Sher Ballard'- Horehound Syrup: it will se
ne 1 of sw j of sec 15, tp 39,
Flour—$2.20 (a $2 40 per 100 pounds.
or female Ti .ey are sold by all drug ish of the Catholic church.
iff Fisk, while the one containing Ly cure you sound sleep and effect a church. A splendid programme was
Oats—48(<i50c per bushel.
presented, which gave general satisfac
An effort is being made to form a
ons was driven -lowly.
gist*, or direct from Dr. Williams’ Med
p urn pt and radical cure. 25c, 59c. and tion.
Barley—Rolled. $1.25 per cental.
The large crowd on the streets, $1 00 Guile at City Drug store.
icine Co. Schenectady. N. Y. Price, 50 senool district out of portions of Jack-
—Per ton. Italed. $12.
J of sw i of sec 24.tp 36,3 w. 100O CO
whose sole topic of conversation was
cent* per box; six boxes <2.50.
! sonville, Central Pofot and Willow
Potatoes- $1 00 per hundred
the probable capture of the fugitive
If The Baby Is Cutting Teeth.
Onions—list« 2 cts per pound.
; Springs districts.
A Young Man Honored.
by t|ie posse, upon the receipt of the
of ne L se j of nw j, and
Be sure and use thal old and well-tried reme
Butter—40ra 50c per roll.
Clark and others have been consulting
news rushed to the jail: but the
dy, M hs . WiJisi.ow’s S oothing S vkup . for
Beans—3(a>5c per pound.
lot 2, sec 4, tp 36. 3 w..........
man they wi«htd to get hold of had
Gov. Chamberlain lias appointed E children teething. It soothes the child, soft
’ Supt. I^iily in regard thereto.
Lard—15c per pound.
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic G W Isaacs to Karnes et a),
Ireen securelv locked behind strong A. McPherson, t f Portland, assistant ens
and is the besl remedy tor diarrhoea. Twenty
Eggs—20 cts per dozen.
M illion —A dams —At Ashland, Jan.
lot 17,"blk 21, Medford.......
five cents a hoille
—D. G. $5.50(rt'$6.00 per cwt.
reled shotguns and rilles guarded the
30, 1903, Jr ho B. Million and Mrs. paid on account of coyote scalps
L L Graves to J W C over,
Poultry—$3.00 to $3.50 per dozeD.
succeed A. C. Dilley, who recently re-
door of t he jail.
Hams—15c(<» l"c per pound.
Clara Adams, by Rev. J. T. Abbett.
559 acres in see 10 ar.d 11,
signed tiis position because of the
ADMITTED HIS OUILT.
bounty on them was enacted in
Shoulders— 121c per pound.
C abslby —G oodrich —At Kenn, Jan.
When t he posse covered Lyons with Carlisle scandal that was disci >sed at
Side Bacon—15(a20e per pound.
1899 has amounted to $350,600. South
District Attorney Reames returned Chas Young to Wm Denner,
30, 1903, W. A. Carsley and Miss Al
guns and he was secured he ex that institut ion.
The new ap- from the north Saturday.
ern Oregon got a goodly slice of the
10 acres in sec 5, tp 39, le.
claimed: “Well, it is all up; I am potntee has
already begun his
Harvey Crump of Sterlingville was C H Elmore to E Scott, prop
done for; I am your man.” On the
B land — J onks —At Merlin, Edward
torn among us oue day this week.
way down to Eugene ho talked ta his
The receipts of the county recorder’s
erty in tp 37, 2 w.............. 2000 00
Bland and Miss Maud Jones.
captors about the -hooting. He said in Salem, and for a time res ded
office during the past year were a trifle
John W. Dollarhide of Siskiyou J M Rader, sheriff, to Wm
he had made up his mind that the in Jacksonville and Josephine county county, Calif., is paying this section a
B utz —P eteks —In Medford, Feb 4, over $2500, by far the greatest in the
first man who drew his gun on him with his parents. His father was W.
Ulrich, s of ne J. and se j
1903, by Rev. F. Sack, August Betz history of the county. This is indis
was going to get shot. “And With
see 27,and nw ; of sec 33,
and M r«. Louisa Peters.
ers was the man,” said Lyons. He A. McPherson, once state printer. He
putable evidence of the unusually large
Bert Nason of Flounce Rock precinct
35, and se j of nw J, sec
stated that his wife did not 1 avo served asshop guard at the pris m un has been visiting in Jacksonville and
number of real-estate transactions In
The matter ©f feed is of
2, t p 36, 1 w..........................
but that she was holding him (Lyons.) is a good appointment. In Portland
John Garvin to G A Gurnea,
tremendous importance to the
T. J. Williamson, deputy county
Acker’s Blooo Elixir positively cures
he was employed by the Moyer Cloth
MRS. LYONS IN JAIL.
Black Bear mining claim,
F leming —At Gold Hill, J an. 30,190 3, chronic blood poisoning and all scrofu
Mrs. Lyons, wife of the murderer,
Wagner creek di-trict.......
600 00 farmer.
Wrong feeding is
lous affections. At all times a match
on a short business visit.
to Mr and Mrs. Silas Fleming, a less system tonic and purifier. Money
was bn.uglit into Eugene Saturday
O & C R R and U T Co to S
Rev. Geo. A. Doyle, who is now lo
refunded if you are not satisfied. 50c
J Day, w j of sw j of see 1,
loss. Right feeding is profit
Smith. She was at onee taken before
DeWitt's Little Early Risers do not cated at Roseburg, recently returned
S tacey —At Beagle, Jan. 26, 1903, to and $1-00. A. P. Estabrook, Gold
tp 38, 3 w..............................
Hill. Oregon. The leading druggist.
The up-to-date farmer knows
Reports that timber has beeu cut and charged with lreing “an accesso gripe nor weaken the system. They from a trip to the eastern states.
G W Stephenson toCC Wing,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stacey, a son.
May or Bashor of Grant's Pass, wea and encroachments made on tlie ry to a felony,” the charge having cure biliousness, jaundice, constipa
K. Bieberstedt, D. Zanon and K
STACEY--Near Beagle, Jan 26, 1903, ried of having his appointments turned
been made out previous to thesheriff’s
McNeill, of the upper Butte creek sec
Ashland ................................ 3000 00 what to feed his cows to get
to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stacey, a son. down by the council continually, has Ashland forest reserve have been in dtath. No doubt after tl.e ceroller’s the secretions, moving the bowels tion, were in Medford Saturday, on
circulation for some months past, jury returns a verdict I lie charge will gently, yet effectually, and giving
O & C R R and U T Co to
the most milk, his pigs to get
M ulkey —At Salem. Feb. 2, 1903, to taken the bull by the horns. lie de and it. Is also asserted that homesteads
such tone and strength to the glands land business.
be murder in the second degree will of the stomach, liver and bowels that
Iowa Lumber Co, e 4 of nw
Hon. Miles Cantrall made bis con
Hon. and Mrs. B. F. Mulkey, a son clared the offices of marshal, street have been located In the Canyon from be made against her. Mrs. Lyons was
i of sec 19, tp 37, 2 w...........
400 00 the most pork, his hens to
thecause of the trouble is icmoved
commissioner and recorder vacant, and which the entrymen have felled taken to the county jail and placed in entirely. These famous little pillsex- stituents a visit Saturday and Sunday, A W Shearer to C II Elmore,
then filled them with men of his own timber, cutting it into firewood and the woman’s cell, where she now re ert a decided tonic effect upon the or during the legislative recess. He got
get the most eggs. Science.
n J of sw J, nw J of se },»nd
mains. As she was Iteing taken there
to Salem Monday.
selling it in Ashland. The recent vis she loudly protested and her shrieks gans involved, and if their u*e is con
sw } of ne } of sec 32, tp 38,
Don’t forget the masquerade ball
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
and moans attracted a large crowd.
But how about the children ?
4 w ....................................... 15ÖU 00
return of the trouble.
D oten —Af- Kero, Or?., Feb. 1, 1903 I which will be given under the auspices it of E. N. Iieady, a special agent of
Take Laxat! re Bromo-Quinine Tablets All
“I didn’t kr.ow my husband would
Druggists refund the money it it fails to cure.
Joeiah W. Du ten, native of Main-; of Phoenix Lodge No. 107, A. O. U. W.
shoot,” she said, “and I only wanted
Are they fed according to
Qrove's signature is on each box. 25c.
lie of significance in this connection. to protect him from beirg shot by the
of sw }, nw | of se ], and sw
aged 73 years.
Friday night. It will be one of the Not only are there heavy penalties in sheriff. I was excited and didn’t know
} of ne i, sec 32, tp 38. 4 w..
science, a bone food if bones
St. Valentine's Ball.
B kower —At Grant’s Pass, Feb. J, events of the season. The Ashland or the way of fine and imprisonment for what 1 was doing.”
Came to the Swayre Ranch, Unloi
H L Whited toG F Spiegel,
1903, Judge Davis Brower; aged 65 chestra will furnish the music, while the infraction of laws on the Govern
A dancing party will take place in
L)ons is well but not fivoral ly precinct, about Nov. 1, 1902, a roan
lots 20, 21 ar.d 22, blk C,
are soft and undeveloped, I
two years old, n<> brands visible, the public hall at Ruch Friday night,
the supper will be provided by Mrs. A. ment reserve, but. they are equally se known in Southern Oregon, where he steer,
C hurchill —Near Selma, Jan. 20, S. Furry.
vere on entry men who cut timber for redations. He formerly resided at off left ear. The owner can recover will be provided. Tickets, $1 50; Irene McConnell to I G John
flesh and muscle food if the1
1903, Elisabeth Churchill; aged 65
J. B. Scott, who is developing a first- c immeicial purp's-s on their home Jacksonville, Central Point and tie animal by proving property and I horse feed, 25 cents. All me invited
c'airns. The Tidings hears that Grant’s Pass. He was rent to the paying charges.
G. C. C uly .
years, 3 months and 24 day«.
to attend and enjoy them« Ives.
class mine in Indian creek district,Cal., stead
are thin and weak and a bl
tp39, 1 e................................
Mr. Deady made, some sensational
Applegate, Feb. 2, 1903.
C. M. R uch .
W ooleolk —At Grant’s Pass, Jan. 28, has been in Southern Oregon recently, discoveries while here, and develop penitentiary for a year for < mbezzling
W N Brotherton to C A
money while deputy sheriff of I ane
1903, infant daughter.of Mr. and looking after his extensive mining in ments of interest are < xpccted to fol county.
food if there is anemia?
Lyons’ latest exploit in this
Shutts, property in tp 39,
Mrs. C. A. Woolfolk.
terests in this section. He feels much
line was to steal horsts In Jack-on
accompanied by three nen county, and It was io reive the war
Scott’s Emulsion is a mixe
encouraged over the prospects and evening,
who are alleged to bewltr.csses of un rant on this charge that Sheriff With
Sarah A Nininger to G F
speaks hopefully of the future of Jack- lawful timber cuttidg.
King, property in Ashland
er- went tothe Lyons cabin. '\VI i t
350 00 food; the Cod Liver Oil in i
son and Josephine counties.
beiog taken to t he county-seat at Jack-
si nville from Central Point fo Hr-
The slot machine in Brad. Radcliff’s
Broke His Leg.
120669 (.0 makes flesh, blood and muscle
In the fingers, toes, arms, and other
lie escaptd from Conti: b'.e Cret e
parts of the body, are joints that are saloon at Ashland was rilled of its con
Last Sunday aftorno' n a scene lock mil er.
the Lime and Soda make boi
inflamed and swollen by rheumatism— tents one Dight last week. The burglar
that acid condition of the blood which
For Stomach Troubles
Not i-e is hereby givui th it 1 have and brain.
It is the standan
breaking out one of the panes of glass Special Policeman Ends and “Tide”
affects the muscles also.
ties d;.y sol I my intrust in I he Jack-
‘ I have taken n great. man) d
Sufferers dread to move, especially out of the box for sometime, and a num
« n County Lumber Co. to E. K
ent. medi’itns fo
ing. scientific food for délicat
woids h r' pts«od b tween t.l e j ai i ■«, a-iG c 'In tl| «tío:,’
Mr. King hrs assumed w> at ver in
( e -
after sitting or lying long, and their ber of dollars had accumulated.
when the officer plated Brims une’er yer of Dui kctlt it,
ti • t do ss 1 it ay Is; liable tor on a •- children.
11 V i I
condition ia commonly worse in wet
The ridiculous and absurd news item arrest and proceeded to march Kim to ; ad as good r •• ul s fri in nr y
'•Gtiiit < f -a id corp .ration, an i will (ay
C. E. lloorKit.
io the Telegram of Portland, Feb. 6, as the city jail. The latter resisted, when Cl aiiiln riaIn’s Stomach & Liver Tab
■‘It bst been a long time since we have
Dated at Jacksonvi le, Jin. 16, 1903.
lets.'* For sale by City Drug Store.
Send for free
a scuttle ensued, in which be had one
been will .ut Hood’s Sarsaparilla. My
father think» he could not do without it. out of Ashland, worked considerable of his legs broken above the ankle. He
Farm for Safe
He has been troubled with rheumatism
was removed to his residence, where
Be *ure that this picture
since be was a boy, and Hood’s Sarsapa embarrassment to Capt. Eggleston, Dr. Shearer attended to his injured
the t>rm ot a Libel is on I
rilla la the only medicine be can take that who has been known quite well as the limb.
wrapper ot every bottle
Eight; acres of land, tn Meadows preeinc
will enable him to take his place in the correspondent of that paper. The Town
Emulsion you buy.
field." Miss A da D oty , Sidhey. Iowa.
Talk says he has directed the Tele
watered by two One springs,
has stood the test 25 years Average A
school, 20miles from Gold Hill, Title per
over One and a Half Million
gram to cross him off for any further
cure dyspepsia and all disorders arising from
feet. Will be sold at a bargain.
contributions to the paper unless arti indigestion. Endorsed by physicians every
Ho Cure, No Pay
pply for further particulars to
where. Sold by all druggists. No cure, no
Pearl St., N.
pay. Zbeents. Trial package free by writing
SILAS J. DAY,
Remove the cause of rheumatism—no
IO W. H. H ookxh & Co., BufTalo, N- Y.
Real Estate Agent, Jacksonville. Or
59c. »nd $11 »11 drujj
outward application can. Take them.
E. M. Sturges, a prospector from a
mining district in Mexico, near Doug
las, A. T., reports a tremendous gold
strike in the Torres mountains, about
fort) milts from the terminus of the
Nacozara railroad. Sturges claims to
have taken out $1.50,000 In gold in the
last six weeks.
His cuttit only
worked the very richest depo-its by
the old system of robbing the veins.
He says the hdge can be traced
through three hills. Samples of ore
arc said u> run as high as 360o ounces
of gold to the ton; worth $72,000.
There is great excitement at Douglas,
¡•nd a stampede has begun to the vi
cinity of the strike.