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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1903
Wm. Puhi, Jacksonville's tonsorial
artist, has thoroughly renovated his
The warm weather is ripening straw shop and added two barber’s chairs
berries fast—too much so. They are and plate-glass mirrors of the latest
pattern, as well as a number of other
Mrs. Brooks Feared She Was quoted at $1.25 a crate.
Wool bags, fleece twine, Little’s handsome fixtures.
Going into Consumption.
' Sheep Dip, for sale at Nunan’s, Jack
Deeds, mortgages, leases, bonds
Whether or not consumption can be sonville.
bilis of sale and every imaginable
cured, it is certain that it can be avoided.
Theo. Cameron is at Portland, repre kind of legal blanks—the latest and
Proper treatment and plenty of sunlight senting Warren Lodge No. 10, A. F. & best—are constantly on hand at the
T imes office.
will banish the first warning symptoms A. M., in the grand lodge.
of this insidious disease and the follow
W. E. Mallory, organizer of the Or
Otis Krause has returned from Klam der of Pendo, is in Southern Oregon.
ing statement will be of priceless value
ath Falls, where he will soon engage in With Chas. Nickell he has been elect
to those who follow its advice :
“They feared I was goiug ta have the manufacture of candy.
ed to represent' this district in the su
consumption.” says Mrs. W. L. Brooks,
Less than a month till the Fourth of preme council, which meets in San
of No. 453 West Main street, Meriden
Conn. “ I was in a wretched couditiou July will burst upon us. Where are we Francisco before long.
both in mind and body, completely run going to celebrate that glorious event?
Miss Nora Sydow, who has been
down and unable to attend to any of my
We pay the highest market price in teaching school at Grants Pass during
cash for sheep’s wool and goat's hair. the past two years, has returned to her
household duties for three years.
•• I was thin and pale, awfully ner Nunan, Jacksonville.
home near Central Point. She will not
vous with frequent headaches, aud some J. S. Herrin of Ashland has finished
during the ensuing few years,
times dizzy spells came over me so that shearing his band of 16<M) head of sheep.
I could not stand up. There were al- They averaged 16 to 18 pounds of wool but take a collegiate course.
tuost continual ptiius iu my back aud
The volume of travel over the S. P.
limbs and all over me. The doctor each.
Co. between Portland and San Fran
Frank Garrett, son of Robt. M. Gar cisco is extraordinarily large. Nearly
called nearly every other day but I did
not seeni to improve and my friends rett of Ashland, has returned after an every train runs in two sections. Huge
were alarmed for me when my mother absence of several years at Bolivar,
locomotives are employed, some of
persuaded me to take Dr. Williams’ Pink N. Y.
which are oil and coal burners.
Pills for Pile People. They cured me.
Ed. Binns has recovered from an at Subscriptions for Mr. Bryan’s p ipers
After taking them faithfully for a while
my flesh and color returned, luv nerves tack of pneumonia, and is again em The Commoner, the leading Demo
became quiet and all my bld troubles ployed at Sweetland’s shop in Grants cratic newspaper in the United States
are taken at T he T imes office.
disappeared. I aui strong now aud in Pass.
perfect health and have no more fear
Prof. J. N. Miller and his son were
inningham, who is in the em
that I shall go into consumption. I will ploy of the Hydraulic Mining Co., in in Medford Saturday. He has been
always recommend Dr. Williams’ Pink
Jump-off-Joe district, spent Saturdaj- conducting the Rees creek school and
Pills for Pale People.”
giving general satisfaction. Two weeks
The pills which cured Mrs. Brxiks are in Medford.
hence he will take charge of the Fred-
an unfailing specific for all diseases
W. H. Bradshaw was in Medford
district school, Big Butte.
arising from disorders of the blood aud Monday, attending the annual meeting
nerves. Among the many diseases they of tbe stockholders of the Medford
A. E. Gullett brought two boxes of
have cured are locomotor ataxia, partial Bank, of which he is one.
strawberries to the Ashland Tribune
paralysis, St. Vitus’ dance, sciatica,
office Saturday morning, of the variety
A. O. Freel of Central Point made
neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous head
known as “8 to 1.” They appear to
ache, the after-effects of the grip, palpi his many friends a visit Sunday. He belong to the giant class. Eight
tation of the heart, pale and sallow com is filling the position of salesman for
plexions and all forms of weakness either Cranfill & Robnett acceptably.
Miss Centeno a Rothermel, queen of
in male or female
Ex-Commissioner Butler and his wife
Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People
the Grants Pass Carnival, has selected
are sold by all dealers or will be sent post have returned from a sojourn at By Misses Mae Merriman, Lillian Barr.
paid ou receipt of price, fifty cents a box; bee’s Springs. The former's health Johnnie and Lottie L.ttle as maids of
six boxes for two dollars and a half, by has been considerably improved.
honor. An excellent selection, as the
addressing Dr. Williams Medicine Oo., FOR SALE—800 feet of 6-inch hy
young ladies will grace the position.
draulic pipe aDd a No. 1 giant, in
good condition. _ Apply to S outh The County Commissioners' Court,
Do uot trust the word of a man who
ern O regonian office, Medford.
says he has the genuine Dr. Williams'
at its last session, appointed Dr. H. P.
Pink Pills in bulk. Noue of these famous
I. O. Miller of Ashland has taken a Hargrave of Phoenix county physician
pills ever leave the factory except in pack
and health officer. It is an excellent
ages bearing the well-known trade-mark position with the Iowa Lumber Co. He
appointment, as Dr. Hargrave is well
composed of the seven words— “ Dr.
qualified to fill the position.
Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People.” derstands the business throughly.
John W. and Roy Richardson, the
Chas. H. Basie, who had bis leg
makers, were convicted in Justice
broken some time ago, is steadily re
court at Ashland Thursday on
covering; but it will be some time yet
The following is the result of the
of tearing down a fence. They
late election for Congressman of the before he is able to resume business. were fined $10 and costs. District At
Dr. D. S. Sanford of New York, who
First District, in Jackson county, as
torney Reames appeared for the pros
officially canvassed by County Clerk has been at Ashland for some time ecution and F. M. Calkins represented
past, on business connected with the
Orth and his assistants :
Shorty-Hope mine, has returned home.
The ladies of our city have been so
- X - M
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Geary of Trail licited bj Mrs. W. C. Hale, who is su
C’eek were in Medford Friday. The
® * o B former recently returned from Douglas perintendent of the art department of
P recinct .
the Woodmen's carnival that will be
D z = county, where he bought some cattle. held at Grant's Pass next week, to
F 55 : T5
Gold Hill is the only town in Jackson make an exhibit in oil, water colors,
county that has announced a celebra pastel, black and white and pen and ink
Barron............................ 26 14 91 1 tion, so far. Next year every one in drawing of all kinds during that time.
Dunn .............................. 24 43 14 4
East Ashland................ 84 76 11 9 the valley will ask us to celebrate with Handsome prizes will be given. We
hope that this opportunity will not be
53 93 16 13 Ik
South Ashland.............. 36 66 18 15
Miss Alice Applegate of Klamath neglected.
53 39 2 3
The remains of Carroll B. Matney,
Phoeni x............. ;.......... 59 54 13 3 county has been appointed a teacher
Sterling........................... 15 14 1 0 in the public schools of the Philippine the Southern Oregon pioneer who com
45 25 1 0 Islands. She will leave San Francisco ' mitted suicide by hanging at Nolton's
33 16 I 0| in July.
mill, Calif., last week, were buried in
9 1 0
Carpenter & Allison - have secured I theFort Jones oemetery. Coroner Fair
173 “2 1 2
19 26 10 2 the contract for furnishing the lime for child held an inquest and found that
34 17 5 2 the Jacksonville school house. They | the deceased killed himself while in
East Med ford................ 95 93 11 8
sane. He went to Siskiyou county,
62 8ti 12 11 manufacture an excellent article.
Calif., a short time ago, to visit his
Roxy.............................. 23 13 0 o|
Gus Newbury, who was lately ad son, Jeff Matney.
Central Point................ 81 34 6 3
25 15 0 0 mitted to the bar, Is in the law office of
The county's rock crusher, which is
16 21 i Wm. M. Colvig at Jacksonville during
Eagle Point.............. 45 69 1 1 that gentleman's absence from the at work in Big Sticky district is doing
11 15 1 0
excellent work. Four teams are em
12 13 6i 0 state.
ployed in connection with it, and the
Gold Hill......................... 102 115 6 1
Mrs. J. Karewski left for Portland cost is about $6 a rod—a reasonable
Sams Valley.................. 34 29 4 0 Sunday evening, accompanied by her
2 0 0
sum - That section, as well as others,
19 14 1 0 daughter, Mise Pauline. She goes to will in due time have what they never
J8. 4 141 0 the metropolis for her health, which is enjoyed before, good roads, which can
14 0 0 quite poorly.
be traveled at all times.
23 11 0 0
The patronage of the Jacksonville
8 3 0
Dr Hemenway, the genial U. S
28 17 0i 0 postoffice haij increased a great deal physician and surgeon at Klamath
Pleasant Creek.............. 27 13 1 1 during the past few months, so much
Agency, and Miss Irene Chitwood, who
so that it may be placed in the presi is well aod favorably known in thift sec
1326 1146 171 80
dential class in the near future.
tion as well as there, were married
Alex Martin, Sr., of Oakland, Calif., Thursday at the residence of the
has arrived in Klamath county, to bride's brother Chas C. Chitwood of
spend the summer and fall months. He Klamath Falls. They are the re-
is accompanied by his granddaughter. cepients of the congratulations of all
who know them.
Miss True Aiken.
Sheriff Rader, on Saturday, took to
At the annual contest under the aus
of the department of Elocution of
In what it is and what it does—
.4^ con- bad been adjudged insane the day be I the Southern Oregon State Normal
taining the best blood-pur: ,*ng,
fore. She is a stranger and indigent School, Saturday evening, the gold
alterative and tonic substances and circumstance.
medal offered as the first prize was
effecting the most radical and per
to Glenn Hoover, Medford,
A. B. Saltmarsh, who lives high up
manent cures of all humors and all on Applegate, was in Jacksonville Mon who recited that masterpiece of ora-
eruptions, relieving weak, tired, day. He says that there is still consid toricalilterature, ‘‘The Return of Reg
languid feelings, and building up erable snow on the main trail to Cinna ulus.” The second prize of $10 in gold
was awarded to Miss Aura Thompson
the whole system—is true only of bar, but that it is rapidly disappear of Oregon City, whose selection was
“The Swan Song,” and the third, of $5
The bridgos along Antelope creek, ! in
gold, to Miss Agnes Elene George,
No other medicine acts like it; which were badly damaged by the of Kerby, whose dramatic rendition of
no other medicine has done so flood last winter, have been rebuilt or “The Grecian Mother and Her Son”
much real, substantial good, no put in excellent repair by John A. met with much favor, says the Tidings.
other medicine has restored health Miller and Frank Farlow, experts in
and strength at so little cost.
Do You Enjoy What You Eat?
“1 wm troubled with scrofula and came
T. C. Norris was in Medford a few
If you don’t your food di es not do
near losing my eyesight. For four months I
you much go d Kodol Dyspcp 'a
could not see to do anything. After taking days since. He has combined another Cure is the remedy that every one
two bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I could see line of business with what he is already should take when M ere Is any thing
to walk, and when I had taken eight bottles 1 engaged in—real-estate Tom is a hust wrong with the stomach. There Is no
could see as well as ever.” Susis A. Hxias- ler and is always ready for any way to maintain the health and
ton . Withers. N. C.
strength of mind and body except by
Hood’s Sarsaparilla promises to
nourishment. There is no way to
cure and keeps the promise.
Dan Reynolds has sold his stable and nourish except through the stomach.
other real-estate, located in the north The stomach must be kept healthy,
pure and sweet or the strength will
What About our Home eastern portion of Medford, to Henry let down and disease will set up. No
Vinson, one of the substantial stock appetite, loss of strength, nervous
raisers of Klamath county. The. price ness, headache, constipation, bad
paid was $3000.
breath, sour risings, rifting, indiges-
The following remarks of an official
lion dyspepsia and all 1 stomach
high in the land department are
troubles are quickly cured by the use
of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I Sold by all
not calculated to ease the minds of
numerous claim holders;
"The homestead law provides that
a settler shall not be absent from bis
Eppinger & Co., of San Francisco,
land longer than six moot hs at any
of the largest grain-dealing firms
one time. By some peop’e this has
in the United States, went to the wall
been construed to
a man may take a sandwich and a
Saturday. The crash came suddenly,
blanket and sper d one night on bis
and for a time threaten'd to com
claim every six months and at the
pletely up et the local grain market.
en< of the pres rited period make
As it was, the announcement of tbe
prr < f andarquire title to bls land. Il
ver the West they wear
has been common in this state for
failure caused a big bobbing of price»
leading business men in a town to
on ’change and wrought up such ex
have homestead claims 20 aud 40 and
citement as has not been witnessed on
even 100 miles from their places or
«be floor for many years. The failure
residence,and to make final proof that
of tiie Eppinger eoncern is the great
was accep'ed by the land office and
est and most far-reaching crash In the
approved by the general land office,
California grain trade since the time
huch practices are travesties 00 the
when William Dresback was forced to
the wall elghi years ago. It involved
Ao examination and general shake
several million dollars and many will
up la at hand, so it ia announced.
be wrecked financially.
SAVED HER LIFE
Levi Strauss 6 Go's
ago, when the search for his victims PUBLIC LAND SURVEYS
was bringing the crime of murder
M. J. Donaldson-Selby spent a few near his door, he eluded the officers
J. F. Hall of Brownsboro was among
and fled the state. A near as can be
hours in Medford Monday.
learned fourteen men who went into The Interior Department Is Fearful
Morris Howell has returned to Ash
District Attorney Reames has re
That Frauds Have Been
the woods with Landis are missing,
land, after an absence of a year.
from a trip to EugeDe.
murdered, it is thought, without
Mrs. Louisa Peagra of Ashland is doubt.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dean of Willow
visiting at Eugene, her old home.
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
'iNNOCENT SETTLERS BUFFER Springs were among us Saturday.
Pence Bros, and Joe Miller ot Trai
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rickey have re
Take Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets. All'
creek were recent visitors in Medford. Druggists refund tbe money If It tails to cure. J T ,
turned from their t rip to Steamboat.
•Jrove’s signature is on each box. asc
| John D. Daly, Surveyor-General of
W. J. Plymale has gone to Rose
Mrs. S. R. Taylor and her daug hter’
; Oregon, tells the Oregonian that over
burg, and will visit there several
Miss Lillian, tarried in Medford Tues
surveys in this state remains unused day.
Rev. F. G. Strange of Marshfield is
The pupils of the musical depart- and it will be turned back into the U.
Miss Carrie Dyar of Ashland has
at Ashland, bu his way home from Loe ment of St. Mary’s Academy gave a
S. Jreasury after June 20. He says been visiting in Jacksonville and Med
piano recital Friday evening. It was most of the applicatioqs made for ford.
Geo. McCune has succeeded Lewie gr atly enjoyed bv the many who surveys are irregular and have been
Mrs. H. K. Hanna was at Medford on
Ulrich as deputy postmaster of Jack were present. Afterward there was 1 rejected, Speaking of the applica
Wednesday, accompanied by her son
an elegant display of needlework by tions made, Mr. Daly says:
Mies Ella Young is the guest of Miss many of those attending tlie academy.
“As an instance of the character of
W. W. Cameron of Applegate, the
Mollie Maury of Pooh Bah. She visit Much praise is accorded tiie partici some of them, 1 might cite the case
was among us Wed
Tiie following program was of a man who came into the office a
ed in Medford Thursday.
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
short time ago for blank applications
Mrs. Lottie Pracht Wilkins of Duns rendered :
Robt. Wilson of Poorman's creek,
muir has been visiting friends and rel Etude.......................... Frances Hubert f r survey. He was given three, the one of our most energetic farmers, was
Cendrillon Waltz Louise Williamson requisite number, to bave filled out.
atives living at Ashland.
a visitor Monday.
same district are being worked and
B cycle Race...................Irene Piotner In about twelve days be returned
Mrs. R. S. Barclay of Ashland has
J. F. Ramsey, one of our best farm promise nicely. A. Jeldness has sever
returned from a visit with her mother, Happy Youth ............... Anna Wieland them, sworn to by three citizens of an ers, who lives near Central Point, was al feet of rock in sight that is getting
In Play Time............ Maude Newbury eastern state and acknowledged before
who resides at Vallejo, Calif.
better steadily, which may also brtaid
Song................... “Little Rain Drops” a notary public in that state. These a recent Medford visitor.
L. Morrison’s three-foot vein. Frank
J. S. Tucker, one of Trail creek’s Youth........................... Blanche Smith men bad none of them ever seen the
T. C. Gaines has retired from the
has bonded his excellent prop
most energetic citizens, was in the val Our Ball Team .... Dorland Robinson land in question, much less were they management of the Central Point Hotel
erty to Mr. Harvey and others inter
ley the forepart of the week.
Scherzo.,....................... Francis Kenney bona-fide settlers; yet each swore that and returned to Medford.
ested in the Blue Lead, who are devel
Loris Martin, one of Trail creek’s Under tbe Lindens.... Duet....
he was a settler in good faith and had
B. R. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. oping it.
energetic young men, was In Medford
... .Mervvna and Frances Kenney made the required improvements. At Pendleton and E. H. Davis, all of Ta
Saturday. So was Geo. Lynch.
Clock in the Forest___ Bessie Clough another time fifteen applications for ble Rock, were in Medford recently.
“O Life! I
Miss Lillian Patterson of Ashland is Petite Rondeau.. Margaret McClallen the survey of a certain township were
feel thee bounding in my veina,” is a
paying San Francisco, a visit, which
joyous one. Persons that can rarely
The Spinning Girl.............. Mary Peter di-covered that al) of the fifteen men pioneer miner, has gone to Siskiyou or never make it, in honesty to them
she may extend to Eureka, Calif.
who swore that they were actual county, Calif., on a visit to relatives- selves, are among the most unfortun
Mrs. A. M. Vallely, who has been Gold Fish Polka....... Duet..............
They do not live, exist implies
................... Mary and Ruth Peter settlers on the land in question were
Rev. E. B. Lockhart held services at ate.
spending several months in Ashland,
more than to be. To live is to be well
has returned to her home at Portland. Reverie D'Amour .... Cassie P,ymire residents of a nearby town, and that the M. E. Church Sunday morning, and strong—to arise feeling equal to
Beneath the E'rns....... Hattie Co >per most of them were engaged in busi which were q uite interesting and well the ordinary duties of the day, and to
Misses Bertha Lewis and Anna Kee
/retire not overcome by them*—to lee
Pure as Snow.................. Alice Frainey ness there. None of them could pos attended.
gan were in Medford Friday, en route
life bounding in the veins. A medicint
Opera “Satanelia” Vio'ins and
sibly have been actual settlers on the
J. D. Cook and his family are in that has made thousands of people,
to Ashland, for a visit with Mrs. J. C.
land. It is this sort of thiog which Is Portland. Mrs. Cook, whose health men and women, well and strong, has
Pianos ............. :........................
responsible for the department’s has been poorly for some time, has en accomplished a great work, bestowing
............. Miss Edytbe Cran
Mrs. J. Stought and her daughter,
the richest blessings, and that medi
fill, Dun Coivig and Lem Hanna action in bolding up applications tered a sanitarium.
Mrs. Laura Short King of Butte, Nightingale Polka
cine is Hood’s Sarsaparilla. The weak,
Don Colvig from Oregon.
The Iowa Lumber Co. is shipping a run-down, or debilitated, from any
Mont., were in Jacksonville a few days Hesitation.......................Leona Ulrich
‘ Prospective settlers seem to be
should not fall to take it. It
since. They are paying relatives living Fantasie Tarentelle....... Delia Reuter laboring under the delusion that they large quantity of its superior manu cause,
builds up the whole system, changes
in Phoenix a visit.
existence into life, and makes life more
Opera .“Oberon”......... Sadie Kindred may go < nto unsurveyed timber lands eastern markets.
abounding. We are glad to say these
"Hark u’er the Waters” Vocal Class and make application for survey un
words in its favor to the readers of our
A Murderer Located.
A Box of Coins Unearthed. mute at the end of 14 months anil dis clerk, to succeed T. J. Kenney and Jas.
Governor Chamberlain has issued a
pose i f their claims to the lumber
A box of coins supposed to have been men. This is directly contrary to the Cronemiller, will be chosen.
requisition on the governor of Indian
buried by the Tories during the revolu
W. H. Venable of Applegate was
Territory for the extradition of M. D. tionary period was recently unearthed homestead law, which provides that
Landis wanted in Coos county to an by laborers working on one of the east the land must be taken in good faith among those in our town Wednesday.
The following is the program of the
swer several charges of murder. He is ern railroads, but as the coins were f <r the purpose of estab isbing a He will have a good crop of hay, and exercises that will be rendered at U.
about two centuries old they would borne, aüd requires a continuous resi came after a new mowing machine.
8. Hall on Tuesday evening, June lfitb:
probably have no more value to-day
Several years ago Landis was en than many of the remedies compound dence of five years. Of course, sur
W. R. M acKenzie and Harry Estes, Happy School Days.................... Chorus
gaged in the business of locating tim ed for stomach, liver and bowel dis veys cannot be ordered'on such appli expert accountants, have been in Jack Scherzo.... Duet.............................
ber land claims, Marshfield, Coo« orders. It is therefore necessary, if cation-; but where settlers go on un sonville recently, exporting the books
Misses D. Reuter and S. Kindred
county, being his headquarters. He you want to reco -er your health, to be surveyed lauds and establish a resi of the late firm of Beekman i Reames. Sboemaker......................... Action Song
careful in the selection of a medicine
would take strangers into the w<cds that will restore the appetite, purify dence according to law, in go< d faith,
B. B. Beekman, one of the promi A Good Umbrella. .. March and Drill
singly, on the pretense of locating the blood, and cure headache, indiges aud then tile their applications, the
nent attorneys of Portland, made his Opera..“Maritana”.. Violinsand
them, and if inquiry was made about tion, dyspepsia, constipation or liver survey will be ordered. Thediffieulty
Piano..Miss Edytbe Cranfill,
kidney troubles. You will make with obtaining surveys on many of parents, Mr. aad Mrs. C. C. Beekman,
their failure to return would say they and
Masters L. Hanna and Don Colvig
no mistake’if you try Hostetter's Stom
a visit the forepart of the week.
had left the country, and he would ach . Bitters, because it will positively toe’ applicatims is that the pipers
REWARD OF A PROMISE”
Mrs. Smith, a daughter of Geo.
have their baggage, if any, forwarded cure these diseases. Hundreds of peo sworn to and the application on the
A Drama in Five Scenes.
Boone, a prominent citizen of Yaquina
to eastern cities, as the fancy might ple have voluntarily testified to this ground don’t tit.
strike him. Finally about two years
“The Government has provided that
any man may have a homestead if be of Roxy, accompanied by a daughter. Kathleen................. Miss Bessie Clough
complies with the conditions, and the
Wm. Faber, president of the Albany Mrs. Melville (Kathleen’s mother)
government has provided the con Brewing Co., was at Ashland the fore
an in valid.. M iss Blanche Smith
ditions. Oo surveyed land a settler Dart of the week. He is recovering
has to prove a bona-fide residence of from a severe spell of sickness, we are Granny Gilligan, an old fruit
five years and make certain improve glad to say.
vendor.. Miss Ambroeine Morphy
Jim Dumps' young wife while yet
ments on the land. In addition to
Services will be held at the Catholic Lodo, musician.... Miss M. McClalleo
this he pays the land-office fees. This church in Jacksonville Sunday, at 8:30 Zola, dancer........... Miss M. Newbury
Some biscuits made with greatest pride.
secures him a homestead.
a. m., and 7:30 p. m., Rev. J. D. Little girls playing in the park.
Jim looked with fear npon the food,
“On unsurveyed lands a man may Murphy officiating. Also at Medford
But to a bride one can’t be rude.
squat and proceed to make himself a at 10:30 a. m.
The Royalton Mans'on.
“Let’s eat'Force * first, dear, 'tis my
Whea three such bona-fide
Pike Thurman and John Booth Mrs. Royalton (wealthy sister of
settlers in a township want it sur
Mrs. Melville).Miss Hattie Cooper
made Jacksonville a short visit during
saved the life of “ Sunny Jim."
veyed they each subscribe and swear
Royalton .................. D. Reuter
the week, while on their way north.
to the following application:
Lucille Royalton....... :.... E. Cranfill
To the United Slates Surveyor-Gen They had just returned from east of
Irene Royalton................... A. Frainey
eral of Oregon: I, the unde'rsigned, the mountains.
Madame Felice, French attendant
actual bona-fide settler, under the
Jas. Sterling, a pioneer of Jackson
n ineMead and desert entry laws of
to Mrs. Royalton....... A. Wieland
the United States, in T—, K—, S. L. county, died at the residence of his sis Topsy, Maid to Ettel, Lucille and
B. and M., unsurveyed, do hereby ter, Mrs. A. Lee of Yreka, Friday,
. Irene......................... Irene Plotoer
make application for a survey of the aged 76 years. Mt. Sterling and Ster-
The Ready. toServe Canal
1 am well acquainted with the char lingville were named for him.
..Misses L. Ulrich and C. Plymlre
acter and condition of the land iu the
The ladies of Jacksonville parish will
said tc-wnsbip, and, to the best of my give an ice-cream social at Orth's Hall
when in doubt,
knowledge and teller, the same is not
mineral (no mineral having been dis Tuesday evening, after the commence Magistrate.................. Miss C. Plymlre
covered therein), nor is it reserved by ment exercises of St. Mary’s Aeademy. Guards, messengers, etc.
the government, but it is..................... It will be a pleasant event.
1 have settled upon said lands for
the pur(o-e of........................,-and the services at the Catholic church Sunday Scbottische Caprice . Violin and
AU “Sunny Jims** W«w.
following is a true statement of the morning, assisted by Rev. J. D. Mur
Plano....L. Hanna and D. Colvig
‘‘In our household ‘Force’is as te-
length of time that 1. have resided phy, administering confirmation to a Pantomime..... ... Lead Kindly Light
miliar and welcome as ‘Sunny Jim,' sad
thereon, tlie number of acres under
that’s saying a good deal, for we are all
calt'vitioo, and the value, nature number of members of his flock.
School will reopen the tiret Tuesday
‘Sunny Jims’ now.
There was a large attendance.
and extent of the improvements:
“R. L. S tows . ”
Length of residence...................... years
Mrs. C. Hafer (wife of the President
Acre s under cultivation.......................
Ouher improvements, consisting of... of the First National Bank of Council High Honors tor a Native of
Est imated value $.................................. Bluffs, Iowa, as also president of the
There are about.........other settlers Iowa Lumber Co.,) has been quite ill
who hive settled in said township for with pneumonia. We are pleased to
the same purpose.
The many friends of Herbert K.
I further state that this application nnounce that she is now convalescing. Hanna, eldest son or Judge and Mrs.
is made in good faith, and not for the
R. M. Lewis of Lebanon, who recent
purpose ot enabling a surveying con ly sold his interest in placer mines lo H. K. Hanna, will be pleased to learn
that tie graduated with high honors
tract to be obtained, nor at the in
No Good For Business.
has be- | ! from
stance or in the interest or for the cated . in Steamboat
St. B Mary's Academy, of Oak-
When you have made a night of it on any
at whisky, but
benefit i f any other person.
come involved in two promising quartz ___ , Calif
___ . He was one of the four
ledges in the same section with J. M. '! I speakers
selected from 21 graduates U
Subscribed a’d sworn to before me Toms, the pioneer miner.
orations at the commeucemen >
. ANO BYE
Ansel Gilson, a well-known miner, exercises held io Sin Francisco.
Mr. Day says the department does
I ot. propo e to permit the lands to be went to Eugene Monday. He will not
this lx the way you feel ip the morning. Your drinking
The San Francisco Examiner, in its
has interfered with your business. If you want to see
II ed o spe ulitive purposes, and-as’ return alone having married Miss
how you feel after a night of it on the N oblb byands,
of the exercises, said of the
a cn-tqueice of ti.e irregularitie-
see our next advertisement. Our whiskies are the best
practiced in many it stances in this Emma Corbns, Tuesday. They will young man: “ ‘National Greatness
for convivial and medicinal uses. Call for them.
s ;;te, M <1 ; he spurious applications reside in Sterlingville precinct, Mr. was tbe title of the address made by
At all CLUBS, BARS and DEALERS.
m de, greet caution is being used, and Mrs. G. have our congratulations Herbert K. Hanna, tbe first speaker
and tiny are held up pending further and best wishes.
of tbe evening. Mr. Hanna entered
investigat on. This explains why the
W.J. VANSCaUWER*Ca.tacM MatriMara. PORTLAND.MB
Archbishop Christie on Sunday af the college from Jacksonville, Or.,
w< rk >s *u pended at the present
t tut .
ternoon consecrated the Ashland and was awarded* the degree of bache -
church bell. Revs. Murphy of Jack lor of arts Through bis industry and
sonville, Datin of Grants Pass and ability be succeeded in winning tbe
giveu by the clergy
Extreme hot «eather is a great tax Murphy of Ashland assisted him in the Justin Gold Medal
up in the digestive power of babies; solemn ceremony, which was witnessed of this city for excellence in l*n-
wnen puny and feeble they should be
given a few doses of White’s Cream by a large number.
tributed tbe degrees and diplomas
Vermifuge, the children's tonic. It
Jacksonville and Medford will cross aud Garrett W. McInerney of the
will stimulate and facilitate the di bats again at Neuber & Taylor,
class of ’81 made tbe address to tbe
LOCATED 2 MILES NORTH OF JACKSONVILLE
gestion of their food,so that they soon
g rad uates.
become strong, healthy and active. 25
OWNED BY A. P. ARMSTRONG, OF PORTLAND, OREGON
Herbert accompanied his father and
good game. The former club has been
cts. at City Drug Store.
mother home to Jacksonville. He
weakened by the loss of Nadler, who will prepare bimself for the practice
has gone to Marshfield, Coos county to of the law. That success will attend
his efforts is the wish of all.
for hatching purposes, from Pure-Bred, High-Grade Barred Plymouth Reel
The commencement exercises of the
chickens, is dirt cheap. The Barred Plymouth Rock is the best all-round chick
en known; matures~early, grows large—a good layer, and unsurpassed for tin-
Central Point public school were quite
table. First come, first served. Order now, ami thus make sure of a start in
and were witnessed by a
J acksonville , -
O regon .
these superior fowls. There is money in them, whether raised for the niaiket
A most excellent pro
Disease takes no summer i
or for home use. It costs as much to keep a “scrub” chicken as a pure-bred,
gramme was rendered, and the partici
and it is not worth half as much for any purpose.
Call at the farm, or write.
Office tn Ryan’s Brick Building, Cali pants acquitted themselves creditably.
If you need flesh and
fornia Street, two doors east of Post Those in charge of the affair are also
E. R. ARMSTRONG. JACKSONVILLE. OREGON
to be congratulated on its favorable
A. F. Lundgren, who is developing ’
copper mines in Cook & Green district,
summer as in winter.
in the Sisklyous, was in our city Tues
Send for free sample.
day. He is drifting on six feet of ore,
has stood_the test 25 years.^ Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million
SCOTT & DOWNS, ChemhU.
that is showing up well, aud feels very
40^-415 Pearl Street,
bottles. Does this record of merit
to you ?
No Cure, No Pay.
50c. and $1.00; all druggists.
much pleased with the prospects. Mr.
Enclosed with every bottle is a T<
ackage of Grove’s Black Root Liver Pills.
L. says that several other ledges in tbe
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15 CENTS PER EGG
Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic