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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1903.
There will be no services at the
Catholic church Sunday, as the pastor
A. Watts of Murphy, the well-known will be at Ashland on that date.
has given his son, Alex., his
Rev. J. D. Murphy will hold services
THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE EOE MUCH
the Catholic church in Jacksonville
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs Hen Friday, Fob. 20th; also on the 25th,
Mauy a Woman Can Trace the CauM» of ry Gregory of Mound precinct died which is Ash Wednesday.
Her Trouble to Neglected Girlhood.
Mrs. M. M. Cooksey and Mrs.
One of the Exceptions.
Purkeypile of Central Point were the
Three-foortlw of the women who are
differing could truthfully say that their red his operations to the vicinity of guests of friends living in Jacksonville
a few days ago.
mothers are to blame for their trouble. Grant's Pass.
Perhaps, the proportion la eveu greater.
Siek headache absolutely and per
Judge Hanna, who has been consid
How grateful theu must be the woman erably indisposed, is convalescent, we manently cured by using Moki Tea, a
pleasant herb drink. Cures constipa
whose prudent mother brought her are pleased to learn.
tion and indigestion, makes you eat,
safely tl trough the critical period of her
work and be happy. Satisfac
girlhood, guarded her health and fitted
tion guaranteed or money back. 25 cts.
her far perfect womanhood. Such was with 85 charter members, was recently and
50 cts. Write to W. H. H ooker
the case with Mrs. A. L. Luckie, of 419 organized at Gold Hill.
& Co., Buffalo. N. Y„ for a free
Lindenwood avenue, St. Charles, Mo.
The R. R. V. R. Co.’s coach left the sample. A. P. Estabrook, Gold Hill,
track Sunday afternoon, after U had the Leading Druggist.
“ Wh.-n I was fourteen years old, I
Geo. Cramer was in Ashland last
was aillicted like many girls upon ar* reached Medford; but no one was hurt.
making arrangements for the
G. H. Hamilton of Fresno, Calif.,
riving at about that age and the credit
Endeavor district con
is due my mother and Dr. Williams’ who has been visiting S. C. Swaggerty
Pink Pills for Pale People that I came and his family, wont home last week. vention, which will bi» held at Grant’s
Pass on March 6, 7 and 8. An excell
through it safely. In addition to the
Preparations for the repair of the Elk ent program is in course of prepara
tnmblo mentioned I was so pale that it
•vtacd my veins were oiapty of blood. creek hatchery will be begun at once. tion, and a number of able speakers will
I was uelicate and without strength or It will not be long before fish will again participate. The principal speaker will
ambition. But my mother gave me Dr. be caught.
be Clarence Eberman of Boston, field
Williams’ Pink Pills and a few boxes
Sheriff Rader is now receiving taxes. secretary of the United Society of Chris
restor'd me to health and brought good The rush has not yet commenced, as
tian Endeavor. J. A. Lockhart, Ore
color to my cheeks.
they will not be delinquent until the gon state president, will also be present-
•• Later on in life I used this remedy
Rev. P. F. Phelps of Ashland, Rev. W.
again with just as good resnlts and now first Monday in April.
Rev. C. J. Cole has arrived from L. Shields of Medford and Rev. W. G.
we always keep them in the house. I
am now rvgulir and I am in excellent Grant’s Pass, and will soon begin a Connell, pastor-elect of the Presbyteri
health, tliauks to Dr. Williams’ Pink protracted meeting at the Adventist an church of Grant’s Pass, are also ex
pected to take part.
obureh in Jacksonville.
The Wehrung bill, which has passed
Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale Peo
Mrs. A. E. Crance, who was once a the legislature, gives authority to coun
ple cure cases like this because they go
to the root of the disease. Other rem resident of Jackson county, died at Fort ty courts to appropriate any sum not
edies act on the symptoms—these mar Klamath Jan. 30th, in her 34th year. exceeding 91000 for advertising the re
velous veg. table pills remove the cause She leaves a husband and three chil sources of their respective counties.
of the trouble. * Not only have they dren.
Its text is as follows: That the county,
cured hundreds of cases similar to Mrs.
A. H. Steele, an expert miner, who court of each of the several counties of
Luckie’s but they have proven them
selves to be an unfailing specific for all arrived from Sumpter a short time this state be and is hereby authorized
diseases arising fr.su impure or impover- ago, has been joined by his family. He and empowered to appropriate out of
ishtd bhsxl and weakened nerves—two
fruitful causes of nearly all the ills to expects to become interested in our the general county fund of such county
which humankind is heir. They are an mines.
not otherwise appropriated, such rea
unfailing specific for locomotor ataxia,
sonable amount of money, not exceed
partial paralysis, St. Vitus’ dance, sci-
atiua, neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous yers of Southern Oregon, is lying in a ing tbe sum of 91000 annually, as to
headache, after-effects of the grip, pal critical condition at his residence in such court may seem wise and expedi
pitation of the heart, pale and sallow Jacksonville. It is reported that his ent, for the printing and distribution of
complexions and all forms of weakness stomach is paralyzed.
such other formsas may be determined
either in male or female. Dr. Williams’
upon for the purpose of advertising and
Pink Pills for Pale People are sold in . It is reported that Mr. and Mrs. R. making known the various agricultural,
boxes at 50 cents a box or six boxes for T. Andrus have purchased W. H. horticultural, mining, manufacturing,
t3.50,and may be had of all druggists, or
commercial and other resources of such
direct by mail from Dr. Williams Modi« Barr’s orchard, paying 912,000 there county, and for the purpose of making
due Co., Schenectady, N. Y.
exhibits thereof at county, district and
fruit trees, mostly apples.
' tate fairs. ______ ______
Chas. Boulware one of Grant’s Pass,
PACIFIC COAST MINER leading mechanics, offers to furnish all
a carpenter and builder
the material necessary and put brick of Kenton, Tenn.,
when suffering in
ON FEBRUARY 21st, 1903,
in the wall at 49.50 per thousand. This tensely from an attack of bilious col
ic, sent to a nearby drug store for
will publish a special
is considered a very low price there.
something to relieve him. The drug
It was not the apple orchard of H. gist sent him a bottle of Chamber
B. Miller, located on Rogue river, that lain’s colic, cholera and diairhrei
remedy, three doses of which effected
which will contain an extensive re was damaged by the January flood, but a permanent cure. This is the only
view of the present condition and the the one containing nine acres of prunes remedy that can be depended upon in
prospects of the mining industry in on the Applegate, which was washed the most severe cases of colic and chol
this important State-------------------- away.
era morbus. Most druggists know
A copy of the OREGON STATE
Wm. Quigley of Klamath river, Cal, this and recommend it when such a
NUMBER will be sent to any address
medicine is called for. For sale at
on receipt of 10 cents.
last week sold 40 head of steers to a City Drug Store.
The PACIFIC COAST MIN Eg is now pub
lished every Saturday, as a separata paper butcher doing business at Roseburg,
by a separate company, but under a close Or., for 8 cis. a pound.
He had a LAST BALLOT
working arrangement with the ENGINEER
ING and MINING JOURNAL. The contents standing offer of 7jc. from a Yreka
of the papers are entirely distinct and tbere la
FOR U. S. SENATOR.
bo overlapping. One keepe mining men In tbe butcher.
eloaeat touch, flfty-two times every year,
Mrs. Eliza Moore, the mother of Mrs.
with the happenings ot interest to them
throughout Western America ; tbe other siveA Jos. Hill of Grant’s Pass and Mrs. J. S. Geer Gains Ten, but Fulton Loses
them every week tbe best thoughts of tbe
None of Them.
ablest specialists tbe world over on mining Tucker of Trail creek, died at the home
and metallurgical subjects
SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION OFFER
(Special to Southern Oregonian.)
Sur.serip:ions to Pacific Coast Miner <3.00 dy of many fine traits of character and
S alem , Feb. 17.—The ballot fcr U.
Subser<ptions to Engineering Jt Mining Jr'l generally beloved.
♦A.® per rear.
Subscriptions to both P. C. M. and E. & M. J.
Geo. W. Smith, chief of police ot S. Senator today resulted: Fulton 33,
® per year.
Geer 25, Wood 15, balance scattering.
address Other the Pacific <oaat Miner, .«0 Ashland, died Friday, from cancer of
It looks as if tbe struggle will be
Sansome street, San Francisco, Cal., or tbe the stomach. He was a fearless officer
Engineering and Mining Journal, 2SI Broad
to tbe last minute of tlie
way. New York.
and an upright man, whose death is
result is reached then.
generally regretted. He leaves a wid
THE WORK DONE
TO THIS STATE
BY THE LEGISLATURE
THE OLD RELIABLE
D. L. Force and his wife were in Med
J. M. Horton spent last week at
one day this week.
During the Next Three Months is List of Bills Which Have Passed Both
C. M. Adams made Medford a short
L. C. Bolle has returned from North
Expected to be a Record Breaker.
vi/it one day this week.
8. B 3, by Marstcr-;— For execution 4 Mrs. S. E. Diinnington has returned
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Newbury left for
More lllieral settlers’ rates went into
of death sentence« at State Peniten- from her trip to Roseburg.
Salem Saturday night.
effect February 15 than most people tiary.
Miss Maud Prim has been on Apple
John S. Orth, county clerk, is visit
suppose. The .Southern lines extend
8. B. 10, by Slelwer—To regulate
gate, visiting Miss Mollie Ray.
ing in Eugene and Salem.
their rates as far north as Seattle, and
carriage of sheep by express.
the Northern lines give terminal rates
II. T. Day of Josephine county lias
S. B. 14, by Mays—To make theft of
as far south as Ashland.
visiting in Central Point.
a bicycle grand larceny.
Heretofore, when cheap rates were
Montgomery of Mound called
Dr. Robinson, Postmaster Miller and
JS. B. 27, by Smith of Multnomah—
given, they only applied to terminal For state and county beards of tiealLli. Dr. R. G. Gale went to Medford today. on his Medford friends Saturday.
points of the respective lines. Oregon
8 B. 31, by Croisan—To regulate
J. N. Williams of the Iowa Lumber
Judge Prim left for Salem Tuesday
was practically shut off from the livestock in Marion County.
to view the senatorial situation.
Northern lines and Washington from
8. B. 35, by Mulkey—To prohibit
of lhe Sterling Mining Co.
tlie Southern system of roads. Now, circulation of indecent literature.
the Presbyterian church, at the usual left for his home in Portland Sunday.
however, an intending settler can buy
S. B. 37, by Myers—Relative to or
a ticket on the Canadian Pacific, ganization of crematory associations. hour.
Geo. C. Culy of Steamboat, the
Great Northern or Northern Pa- iHe
has been in town recently.
S. B. 50, by Bootli—To protect for
and go to points in Oregon along the ests from tires.
Sterlingville made our town a visit
W. H. Bostwick and A.-Throckmor-
Southern Pacific as far south as Ash S. B. 58, by Kuykendall—Transpor Saturday.
tin of Applegate were in town Tuesday. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
land just as cheaply as he can land In tation of children to country schools.
Miss Kate Reed of Medford has been
District Attorney Iteames and Hon.
Seattle, Tacoma or other regular ter
' 8. B. 58, by Kuykendall—For the visiting her parents, who live near W. M. Colvig returned from the north
minal points of the roads mentioned. consolidation of country schools.
In the same manner a passenger can
S. B. 81, by Pierce—920,000 for Ext The members of Oregon Chapter
Miss Amy CaDtrall has gone to Salem,
take passage over the Harriman com ern Oregon Agricultural Experiment
No. 10, R. A. M , will hold a social ses on a visit to her brother, Representa
bination of lines aud land in Western Station.
Washing:on just as cheaply as in
S. B. K3, by Smith of Yamhill—
T. J. Williamson,deputy county cle' k,
Portland or S in Francisco. Tlie set Right of eminent domain to telegraph
Notices for the location of placer
W. Anderson of Watkins have been in has returned from a short trip to and quartz mines, etc., up-to-date
tler, therefore, has the choice of all ai d telephone companies.
and complete, for sale at this office.
lhese routes fur any point in Western
S. B. 86, by Mays—95000 for Oregon
Oregon or Western Washington. As Historical Society.
Will Young, whois located in Siski Capt. Leavenworth, who bought of
S. S. Handles of SterliDgville were you county, Cal., is paying the Apple James Davis the Nellie Wright mine,
the Northern roads drain a territory
S. B. 96,l.y Smith of Umatilla—Rel
not long ago, has already struck
gate section a visit.
not reached by the Southern road«, in ative to license to practice medicine. among our late visitors.
an ore chute which looks well, and
which there are many people who will
F. Blanton, who went to Lane coun
S. B. 97, by btciwer—Requiring
settle in Oregon, and vice versa, the peddlers to pay license fee.
ephine county, where he has been look ty last fall, has again become a resident proves that he wa« not mistaken when *
he bonded this property with tbe May
advantage of these libera* rates will
of Josephine county.
S. B. 102, by Daly—Providing that ing after his mining interests.
belle. Only capital is needed to make
lie of greater force In serving to settle state buildings carry tbeir own tire in
Wm. H. Beggs has left San Francisco
Mrs. G. W. Thompson, Misses Marie adjoining propirties good producers.
Oregon and Washington.
for Baker City, to engage in tbe livery Nickell, Ella Young and Isa Cook visit
There is no doubt but there will be surance.
Miners’ lien«, deeds to mines,water
with his brother, Ellis.
ed in Medford Tuesday.
an immense jam ot people. It is ex
right locations and other miniDg
pected former occasions will not be a tion of private property by incorporat Josh. Neatharamer, one of Pleasant
H. B. Stover, the miner, who has blanks always od hand at this office.
marker to tbe great crowds the rail ed cities.
creek’s prominent citizens, has been been operating in Northern California,
It is reported that L. F. Jordan and
reads will handle during the open
S. B. 116, by Wehrung—Authorizing quite sick with what is called ‘‘Manila is on Applegate again.
rate season. Already lhe railroads
S. W. McClendoD, who with Los
are massing extra equipment at the counties to appropriate money for ad itch.”
W. T. Moore and L. Hessler, who Angeles and Eastern capitalists own
main gathering points in order to han vert ising.
Ed. Herriott, who has the mail con live in the upper Butte creek section, tbe Bowden mine, the Yellow Jacket
dle the business with greater ease and
S. B. 121, by Myers— Providing for tract on the Grant’s Pass-Williams were in Medford Tuesday.
and other properties in Blackwell dis
dispatch. St. Paul, Chicago, Kansas
of county seats.
City, St. Louis and other important
route, called on his many friends not
B. F. Waterman of Sam’s Valley was trict, have purchase Dr. Braden’s
S. B. 159, by Carter—To regulate long since.
railroad centers in the Middle West
the county-seat Monday, on busi stamp mill, water right and ditch, lo
will witness lively scenes in moving expenses of Jackson County Schoo)
cated on the eastern bank of Rogue
Don't fail to buy a ticket for the ball ness with the probate court.
the crowds when the stami*ede beg ins Superintendent.
river, oppjsite Gold Hill. The price
that will take place at Orth’s hall Fri
E. A. Spaulding, who is interested in
S. B. 166, by McGinn—To regulate
is paid to te 910,000. The Bow
day evening, and thus patronize a wor the placer mines of Forest creek dis
Seems to Be a Bluff.
child labor under certain ages.
den will receive a large quantity of
trict, has returned from Tacoma.
S. B. 172, by Brownell—For separate
first-class machinery which is expected
Tne Senate committee on public
board of Commissioners in Clackamas.
Mrs. Dr. Hines of Forest Grove, who at any time. It has started up with a full
lands has ordered a favorable report
S. B. 174, by Bruwcell—To fix salary leaaing citizens, and C. Messinger of has been visiting at Jacksonville and force of men. The shift is down 180
on the bill to repeal -the timber and
Josephine county were here the fore Applegate, left for Salem Sunday.
of Clackamas County Judge.
feet aud will be sunk to a depth of 500
stone act, desert land act and commu
II. B. 2, by Eddy—To license do part of the week.
tation feature of the homestead law.
Ira Hulbert of Sam’s Valley brought H. Shideler, who lives near Phoenix,
me-tic and foreign corporations.
Amendments to omit repeil of
The American Mining Code, stand
H. B 32, by Test—To appropriate several scalps to town Monday. He is were in Medford one day last week.
ard authority on all subjects partain-
con mutation law and sell tim
money for fish hatchery at Ontario. quite a hunter, having killed 30 cayot-
Arthur Furry of Phoenix was in ing to mining, water-rights, etc., Is
ber land on the basis of appraised val
kept ou hand at this office.
II. B. 33, by Test—To relocate caun- es alone during the past year.
Tuesday. He reports the
ue were debated. Senators opposed
ty-seat of Malheur.
The rich discovery recently made
Fred Ficke, the expert mechanic, farming outlook not the best just now.
to the bill say there is no prospect of
H. B. 40, by Obb—To require street- who has been plying his vocation at
by Nelson Heber», in Water Gulch
its passage at this session.
Supt Daily and his family were at district, located a short distance north
Carlton, Yamhill county, for sometime
Tlie action of the committee is Dot cars to be provided with fenders.
Point this week, visiting the of Gold Hill, is causing considerable
H. B. 41, by Malarkey—To tax gifts past, returned during the week.
significant, for there is no pos«ibility
sister, Mrs. O. Stinson, who excitement.
legacies and inheritances.
From the shaft on
The insurance on the schooi-house,
of the bill passing the House, al
the property Geo. Lyman and E. Ray
H. B. 42, by Banks—Relat ive to ex amounting to 93'100, which was written has been quite ill.
though it might be railroaded through
Judge Booth of Josephine county has took several thousand dollars. Lyman
emption of wages from garnishment. by the Home Mutual Ins. Co. of Cali
the Senate. Even this is improbable,
H. B. 46, by Kay—To authorize fornia, has been paid to the directors. gone to Astoria, accompanied by his bonded tlie property in 1901 to Ivan
I »ecause it is legislation that would
daughter, Mrs. E. E. Dunbar, who will IIuma«on of Medford, who did con
State Land Board to invest surplus
provoke debate, and sucli debate is
St. Mary's Academy has just re receive treatment there.
siderable work, with no result, and
likely to prove iatal this late in lhe
threw up his bond.
11. B. 47, by Kay—Making state ceived an official visit from the Mother
officers and employes subject to gar General cf the Sisters of the Holy Medford Saturday, en route to Ash then bought the property from Ly
An attempt was made in committee
Names and her secretary, who live in land, to attend the funeral of his man for 9500, and Mr. Hebert o .t*in-
to amend the bill to provide for tlie
ed a bond from him about f-ur
H. B. 51, by Hale—To fix salaries
brother-in-law, Lee Minkler.
sale of timber lands in tracts of 160
Rev. D. T. Summerville held the reg-
of Josephine County officers.
Mrs. M. A. Baldwin of Ashland and months ago, and immediately <-• m-
acres to each settler, tlie price to be
H. B. 62, by Jones of Lincoln—To qlar quarterly meeting for Jacksonville her daughter. MissCora, have returned menced cleaning out the oli shu .
governed by the appraised value of
authorize County Courts to secure circuit and preached to a large congre from Grant’s Pass, where they were He drifted 12 feet from the but ou • f
the timber thereon; but this substi
gation. Rev E B. Lockhart, the pas
then crosscut, and
field notes of surveys.
guests of Mrs. W. T. Coburn.
tute was voted down. Tbccommittee
tor, is expected to return soon.
found the width of tbe ledge to r»e 18
H. B. 64, by Burleigh—Time for
Judge Benson, who has been at
also rejected a proposition to omit the
O. Harbaugh has sold five head of
feet, assaying on the average 920 per
county court in Wallowa and Harney
Grant's Pass, Salem and Portland dur
commutation clause from tlie acts to
big draft horses to Jos. Schu itt, who
ton, though some of the assays went
ing the past several weeks, left for home
9200 per ton. Then a tunnel was
H. B. 83, by Galloway—Authorizing
one day last week, fearing sickness.
The report was made largely for ef
Salt Lake City
Vancouver, B. C
on the ledge, and ata depth of
Dortmund. Germany ow and several children,' all grown.
fect, and not with any intention of
Mr. Wheeler Get Rid of His
65 feet it was again crosscut. The
H. B. 86, by Jones of Multnomah— animals and brought a big price.
Nearly Forfeit* His Life.
passing the bill, for the Senate com
Chas Nickell, U. S. Commissioner
Multnomah County Auditor act.
A large number attended the hall
A runaway almost ending fatally, average assay < f the whole vein out
for the District of Oregon, is fully
“During the winter of 1898 I was so mittee is fully advised that a majority
a horrible ulcer on the leg of side of the 15 inches of rich tellurluifi
equipped to receive applicat'ons un lame in my joints, in fact all over my of the public lands committee of lhe
Franklin Grove, ill. For ore on the hanging wall goes very high
H ill —C raddock —At Klamath Falls, der the timber and stone, also home body, that 1 could hardly hobble House will not fora minute consider pullers and ti-liers liens.
merchant, at his hall, and all enjoyed
de tied all doctors and all toJtheton. Mr. Hebert’s property is one
Feb. 10, 1903 P. M. Hill »nd Miss stead laws. Final proofs taken, and around, when I bought a bottle of
-II. B. 105, by Hale—To reimburse themselves thoroughly. The music remedies. But
Buckleu’s Arnica mile we«t of tlie scene of the great
the bill at this session.
Huldah Craddcck,by Judge Baldwin. all brsiness connected with U. S. gov Chamberlain
’s Pain Balm. From the
W. 11. Hamptou for school land pur and supper gave entire satisfaction. Salve had no trouble to cure lnui. disc >verv of very rich gold quartz in
M u 8 selman - C hilder 8 -AI Klamath ernment lands transacted. Office with first application 1 began to get well,
1861 by James Hayes, who recently
The members of our Society of Equally good for Burns, Bruises, Skin died
Reported Sale of Mines. chase.
Fad«, Feb. 10. mi, W. R Mussel S outhern O regonian , Medford. and was cured and have worked stead
at Corvallis. Mr. Hayes and bis
U. B. 10<), by Both—For relocation Christian Endeavor held a special
man and Miss Etta M. Cbilder«.
took out of this one spot on
ily all the year—R. Wheeler, N. Y.
of county-seat of Columbia.
G.'ld Hill (from which the town de
meeting Friday evening, after which
Y ocum —J eter —At Grant’s Pass,
A. D. Knight, J. L. Hunting, G. P. For sale al City
rived it« name) 9380,000.
Jan. 10, 1903, James M Yocum and Jester, F. L. Coron, R. P. Cheshire,
II. B. 114, by Hutchins: n — To they participated in a Valentine social. A LADY ENGAGED
Opp mines, forme:ly owned by Messrs.
Miss L°e Jeter.
The Withers Inquest.
Beekman and Hutler and located uear
. IN A NOBLE WORK.
H. B. 124, by Eddy—Salary of Tilla novel.
P yle — H olt —AI Grants Pass, Feb. 9, Marcus Robbins, 8. Norton and L, J.
Jacksonville, have been s -ld to an mook County School’ Superintendent.
1903, Henry Pyle and Miss Katie
Mrs. A. E. Kearnes returned from
The jury empaneled by the coroner
H. B. 125, by Eddy—To change
ern Oregon Co-operative Association of
eastern company for a consideration
Hillsboro Wednesday. She was accom One of Oregon’s Best Societies Pro
county, to investigate the
R yder —M arhoffeb —At Crescent Grant's Pass, with a capital of 92000.
of 9150,000. The sale was m de by
duces Good Results.
H. B. 137, by Hermann—To fix cer panied by her mother, Mrs. T. H.
City, Cal., Jan. 2», 1903, by Father It will engage in the mercantile bU8i- cause of the death of the late Sbe'ift Walter de Varila of Grants Pass.
tain salaries in C'xw County.
Tongue, and her sister, Miss Marie
Withers, returned the following ver
Tevelln, Ralph R. Ryder and Miss ness.
As placers tbe-e* mines were worked
H. B. 141, by Both—Fixing salary Tongue, who will remain in Jackson
Mrs. Juliette Jones a representa
during the palmy days of 45 years ago, of Columbia County Judge at 91000. ville awhile.
The dancing party given by Phoenix
tive of the Oregon Chi I Iren’s Home
That the said W. W. Withers came
lodge, A. O. U. W., was one of the to his death from a gunshot wounr; when gold was first discovered in Ore proving of official records in foreign
Mrs. Juliette Jones of Portland, dis Society, which is auxiliary to that Na
handsomest that has taken place in the that the shot which killed said W. W. gon. They were remarkably rich, countries.
trict superintendent of the Oregon tional Children's Home Society, that
H. B. 176, by Davey—Making salary Children’s Homo Society, delivered an has beadquarters in Chicago, has bsen
DAVENPt>RT--Ntar Grant’s Pass, Feb. valley in a long time. No pains wore Witiiers W8S fired by Elliott Lyons and yielded handsomely to the pick
intent to kill the said W. W. and shovel method employed.
of Assistant Penitentiary Wardeu interesting address at the close of ser
11, 1903, E. L. Davenport; aged 79 spared, and the arrangements made with
canfassing Southern Oregon lately.
Wither«, and that the shooting was
vices at the Presbyterian church Sun
Prospecting revealed the rich ledges $1200.
proved first-class. The music and sup premeditated;
The object cf this association is to
K ennedy — Near Tolman Springs, per provided are highly spoken of.
That at the time of the said shoot in the bills alxive the placers. They itsale of adulterated illuminating oils. day evening.
look after the homeless, neglected and
Feb. 14, 1903, Jacob Kennedy; aged
The citizens of Jacksonville will meet
H. B. 215, by Johnson—For a port
The managers of the event have every ing the said W. W. Withers was in have been opened to a good depth,
the performance of his duty as said and have been found to be among tbe age railway between Tbe Dalles and at the town hall tomorrow (Thursday) orphaned children. Taking any child
needing a home of which they can ob
M inkler —In Ashland, Feb. 14, 1903, reason to congratulate themselves.
sheriff, and was at the time in the
evening, for the purpose of nominating tain legal possession, and placing
Lee D. Minkler; aged 25 year«, 3
“I have used Chamberlain’s Cough act of arresting tbe said Elliott Lyons richest gold-bearing veins in Southern
Incorporation acts: Ontario, Rose
Oregon. It is these th H will attract burg, North Powder, New Astoria, candidates for trustees, recorder, treas them in family homes for adoption—
months and 14 days.
Remedy for a number of years and for a felony;
That at the t ime of the said shoot the attention of the new owners. Tbe Uni< n, Prineville, Baker City. Canby, urer, marshal and street commissioner,
M oore —At Grant’s Pass, Feb. 9,1903, have no hesitancy in saying that it is
tbe best remedy for coughs, croup and1 ing the said sheriff was interfered ledges will be thoroughly developed, McMinnville, Oregon City, Hunting to be voted at the coming town elec thus do ng away with the expense of
Eliza Moore; aged 76 years.
an Institution by means of local ad
M ile »—At Lake view, Feb. 9, 1903, colds I have ever used in my family. I with in the performance of his official and a 40-stamp mill put in when the ton, 8t. Johns, Ashland.
visory boar Is and through district
Ad Mlles; aged 43 years.
dence in this remedy.—Mrs. J. A. and by the father and mother of said mines are developed sufficiently to re
The society keeps
S mith —At Ashland. Feb. 13, 1903, G. Moore, North Star, Mich. For sale at Elliott Lyons.
in such thorough knowledge of tlie
W. Smith; agtd 67 year«, 11 months City Drug Store.
Don't QtM Your Buslnoss.
and 6 days.
child a« to make it well nigh Impos
A Sad Affair.
It'» not nec«s»«ry to follow the »dvice of the wag who
One of the largest cattle deals ever
T ucker -On Neil creek, Feb. 14, 1903,
sible for a child to suffer neglect cr
■aid, "If your drinking interfere» with your buai-
nesa, quit your btsineaa."
infantcbild of .i r. and Mrs. Boyd consummated in this state is reported
abu»e without the society being iu-
Virgil Strang, (second sou of Chas.
The examination of applicmts fur
Tucker; aged 3 weeks.
from Harney county. It is given out
Don’t forget the old man
(ormed. A large number are cared
W orlow —At Ft. Klamath, Jan. 22, that W. D. Hanley of Burns; C. E. S. teachers’ certificates, held at Jackson St r ing, the well-known Medford drug
the fish on his back.
1903, infant too of Mr. and M rs. Jas. Wood of Portland, and M. K. Parsons ville last week, resulted in the follow
nearly thirty years he
of Salt Lake City have purchased all ing persons securing certificates.
by inveterate and occasional ari-akera. These whiskies
20,000 ch'ldren tlie past twenty years. has been traveling around the
W yatt -At Ashland, Feb. 12, 1903,
leave the head as clear as a bell the next day—fit for
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel the stock and ranches of the Pacific
No state aid being received, all are
businesa. Alwaya call for them in reply to the great
Livestock Company, in Oregon, tbe Cort a MastersoD, Clara Richardson, brother, Fred, he was visiting Mr
American inquiry, “What’ll it be?"
invited to contiltu’e to this worthy world, and is still traveling,
and Mrs. R. V. Beall, tbeir grand
BALis-At Merrill, Feb. 9, 1903, A. D. consideration named being 92,000,000.
cause and thus he'p a c'li.'d to find a bringing health and comfort
Second—Josie Donegan, Ella Dodge, parent«, who live near Central Pol it
Balis; aged 65 years.
At Orth's Ball, next Friday night,
lxui\ The office address is 606 Mar- wherever he goes.
S anborn —At Woodville, cf cancer, Jacksonville Fire Co. will give a grand Ambroslne Murphy, Leila Stinson, The former was in the act of climbing
building, Purtlmd, Ore., Mrs.
To the consumptive he
over a fence, with a 22-calibcr rifle,
Feb. 3, 1903,Amos K. Sanborn; aged
Anna Beeson, Florence Reynolds.
Jones, Dist. Supt.
63 years and 3 months.
when tbe gun exploded,the bullet strik
the strength and flesh
who lost their books in the fire that
The following local advisory board
ing Virgil, who was sitting on a Lor e
has been appointed by Mrs.’ Jones:
destroyed the school house and are un
near by, iu tlie groin, Inflicting a very
To all weak and sickly
able to buy others. Extensive prepara
For Stomach Trouble*.
serious wound. Tbe lnjured/bcy was
Nash, Mrs. Jeff Heard, Mrs Will
tions have been made for tbe event,
he gives rich and
Davie, Mrs. Mattie Plckel, Mrs. Sarah
*’I have taken a great many differ brought home immediately and Dr.
Distress by day and night—
which will be a success in every way.
medicines for stomach trouble Jones summoned. At last account«
BALLARD A MARLIN
That’s the complaint of those who Everybody should patronize so worthy ent
To thin and pale persons
there was an Improvement in his con
are so unfortunate as to be afflicted an object.
Pearls Becoming Scarce.
ger ot Dunkerton, Iowa, “but never
Rev. Jesse Kirk, the Indian preacher I ad as good resulis from any as from ditioD. The bullet has not been lo
gives new firm flesh and
with Eczema or Salt Rheum—and out
It is reported that a famine of pearls
smokeless cartridges, made by U. M. C. Co., to fit tbe regular .38-55 Marlin re
ward applications do not cure. who is well known here, has been in Chamberlain’s Stomach & Liver Tab cated as yet.
has set in, due to the large demand rich red blood.
peaters with Smokeless Steel Barrels, give high velocity, flat trajectory and great
Washington for some months, in the lets.’’ For sale by City Drug Stine.
for these lovely gems. It is claimed
If The Baby Is Cutting Teeth.
Children who first saw the
smashing power. They can be refolded with black powder ua the twist of the rifles
that no other stone Is so becoming to
The source of the trouble is in the interest of the Klamath reservation
is adapted to both velocities.
man with the fish are now
blood—make that pure and this scal boundary legislation before Congress.
djr, M hh . W ishlow ’8 S oothing . S yrup , Mr
UO nt* malt** JOO OMraHa«.
Mkn saw Mr 1 tutv».
children teething. It soothes the child, soft
people throughout the country are grown up and have children
ing, burning, itching skin disease will
THE MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO,
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
He was received by President Roose
A small farm, with oichard and ons the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic
not able to purchase ti e e costly gems.
and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty
However, as long as they enjoy good of their own.
five cents a bottle.
“I was taken with an itching on my
P. J. R yan .
health they are tar richer and will al-
arms which proved very disagreeable. I by Gen. Leonard Wood, together with sonville, for re it.
f Ie stands for Scott’s Emul
wayslook better than If they possessed
concluded It was salt rheum and bought a
bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla. In two days
all the pearls in the wor*d. If you sion of pure cod liver oil—a
after I began taking it I felt better and it
have lost the precious possession — delightful food and a natural
If you are troubled with impure
was not long before I was cured. Have blood, indicated by sores, pimples,
health—you should try Hostetter’s
never bad any skin disease since.” Mas.
stop your cold when it first appears. Acker's
Bit ters.becsuse it is recogniz tonic for children,for old folks
I da K. W» w , Cove Point, Md.
English Remedy will stop the cough in a
liest healthmaker in exist and for all who need flesh and
Acker’s Blood Elixir, which we sell night
and drive the cold out of your system.
ence. It will cure headache, nervous
under a positive guarantee. It will al- Always a quick and sure cure for asthma, bron- ■
bottles. Does this record of merit appeal to you ?
No Cure, No Pay.
ness, indigestion, liver and kidney strength.
always cure scrofulous or syphilitic chitis and all throat and lung troubles. If It'
not satisfy you the druggist will refund i
and malaria, fever and ague.
r o'eons and all blood diseases. 50 cts. does
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists.
your money. Write to us for free sample |
Our Private Stamp Is over tbe neck of 1-O9-415 Pearl Street. New York.
rid tbe blood of all impurities and cure and 91.00. A. P. Estabrook, Gold Bill, A. P. Estabrook, Gold HUI, the Leading Drug
5Oc. and $1.00: all druggists.
Oregon. The leading druggist.
Oregon State Number
CYRUS NOBLE S d "“*
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THE SURE WAY
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