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AN IMPORTANT LAND
Printed Every Wednesday, by
In a recent contest, arising in the
of Washington, the Secretary
Times Printing Company
of the Interior holds that when the
C has . N ickell , Editor and Mgr.
field notes and surveyor’s returns
make no nutation whatever of miner
als in public lauds that have been
Year, in advance...
• 1.50 surveyed, such lands are considered
1.00 and treated as given a nun-mineral
t Further, that lands classified as no
Advertisements inserted at reasona
mineral at the time of the govern
ment survey are of the class of lands
subject to selection in lieu of lands
Entered at the Poaioffice at Jacksonville. Ore.,
relinquished within forest reserves,
as Second Class Mall Matter
and the character of the lands so
classified and selected will not be in
S enator H anna ’ s effort to pre vestigated on a protest presented af
vent the Ohio convention from en ter the survey and selection, and
dorsing Roosevelt left its scar, and it alleging the present mineral character
Is now claimed in well-informed cir
of the land.
cles that Senator Lodge is to be chair The importance of this decision is
man of the next Republican National manifest. In the case at issue tbe
Committee. Senator Foraker and Northern Pacific it ill way Company
other friends of the President will relinquished a tract in the Rainier
control the campaign.
Forest Reserve and selected in lieu
•hereof a tract of equal art a iu Mon
W hen the interviewer asked Grover
tana. One year after the tiling of
Cleveland if he would be a candidate
this lie u selection a coal declaratory
for a third term, the “ex” replied
that nothing could induce him to re statement wasotlerei by an individual
for the tract selected, and was reject
enter public life. When the rep>rter
ed because of prior selection by the
announced that Grover was not a
railroad company. Investigation of
candidate, the retired one rushed into
the records disclosed the fact that
print to say that he had never given
while adjoining land has been report
that reporter any came to say so.
ed by the surveyors as containingcoal
deposits no such reference was made
A SPECIAL agent of the interior
department has been o-deied to super to the tract in controversy. There
fore, the Secretary held the land to
intend removal of all fences in any
be classified as nonmineral. The man
way inclosing government lsnds in
tiling the coal declaratory statement
Eastern Oregon. In Sherman c unty
alone, it is asserted, one hundred went so far as to allege that tbe land
woull produce coal in commercial
thousand acres are lymg illegally In
quant ities. His allegations, however,
closed. Alt >gether half a million acres
were overruled, as the prior selecti in
of public land areJield under fence by
by the railroad company could not be
Eastern Oregon cattle kings.
affected by a filing made one year
later. Hence the lieu selection was
T he twenty-first international bien
approved, notwithstanding the ap
nial convention of the Society of
parent mineral character of tbe lands.
Christian Endeavor is to be held at
Had tbe lands been originally classi
Denver, July 9-13, and will probably fied as coal lands, the railroad selec
excel all that have gone bef re. Every
tion would have been rejected.
preparation has been made for com
fort of visitors and there will be am S tate of O hio , C ity of T olldo , >
ple accommodation for all. The he id-
L ucas C ounty .
I s 8
F rank J. C heney makes oath that
quarters for tbe Oregon delegates will
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
be the Second Congregational church, J.
C heney * & Co., doing business tn
East Thirty-first and Downing the City of Toledo, County and State
aforesaid, and that «aid firm will piv
the sum uf ONE HUNDRED DOLL
W hen it comes to dollar» tbe peo ARS for each and every ca-e of ca
ple of Seattle are very swift. They tarrh that cannot be cured by the
C atarrh C ure .
kept a wide-open town for many use of H all ’ s FRANK
years, and had numerous public gam S«orn to before rue and subscribed
bling bouses running day and night, in my presence, this 6th d iy of De
where the gamrs never closed and cember, A. D. 1886.
A. W. G leason ,
where st ran gets were rotbed “ac i ( a SKAI
cording to program,” as Brownell
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken in
would say. NWw they have conspired ternally, and acts directly oa the
to have all tbe saloons closed at the blood aud mucous surfaces of tbe sys
Send for ws’imonials, free.
Bremerton navy yard, so the sailors tem.
F. J. CHEN EY & CO . Toledo, O.
and workmen will come over to Seat* Sold by all Druggist«, 75c.
tie to blow in their money.
Hall’s Fami'y Pills are the best.
S unset is published monthly by
the Passenger Department of Southern
Pacific, 4 Montgomery street, San
scription price is one dollar a year,
ten cents a copy. Its circulation is
world wide. It 1« the only magazine
that faithfully tells, by pictures and
text, of tbe wonders of tbe Nation's
western border land. It la notable
for tbe number and artistic merit of
its engravings, Its contributors are
among the best writers and illustra-
tors io tbe country. It is edited by
Once more we are calhd upon to
chronicle the death of one of our
little friends. The grim messenger,
Death, has visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. William C. Liever and
taken their only daughter, Amy. She
died at Central Point June lfilh, ag< d
7 y?ars, 10 months and 18 days. She
was only sick one day with rheuma
tism of tie heart. Mtdest in her
manners kind and obliging in all her
ways, and possessed of a loving and
sympathetic nature, she was a univer
sal favorite wuh young and old.
Dear little Amy, she had hardly
begun life when its storms and tem
pests were hushed in the sti lness of
This is the first time this family
has lo-»t one of its loved ones, and tbe
entire community sympathizes with
the grief-stricken relatives.
Eider E. B. Lockhart conducted the
funeral rites, and a large concourse of
friends followed the remains to the
Ueutral Point cemetery, where they
were ten lerly laid to rest. The ilora‘l
offerings were many and beiui.il ul.
M. A. M.
A letter received from bigh au
thority from St. Petersburg, tells of a
conflict between the Czar and high
dignitaries of Russia. The minister
of foreign affairs last week resigned
because tbe Czar scathingly comment
ed on tbe Jewish massacre at Kisbis-
neff. The Czar refused to accept the
resignation, but insisted that the
minister should keep his ministerial
colleagues under better control. The
minister replied that he was unable to
to do this, owing to intrigues not only
in government offices but in the pal
ace inelf. It is suggested that tbe
For the Summer Home.
Czar will dismiss two members of the
cabinet, and sensational developmwuts
A bed made of woven reeds is new,
and painted willow green, helps along
T h « second shipment of rails fur the the summer furnishing scheme for
country homes. The head h rathtr
Southern Pacific’s Oregon lints was
received by the Ocklen, which arrived higher than the foot and is closelj
woven, being finished at the corner?
direct from Hamburg. She cariied
with large balls, like the old-timt
500 loos of 80-pound steel rails, orsuffi four poster.
cient to lay 40 miles of new track. This
Tbe tete-a-tete chair this year has a
is the second shipment of rails re
small table between, with a shelf < n
ceived at Portland, though one steam tbe lower pirt. Tuis helps along the
ship has cairied a cargo to San Fran
cisco for use oo the Portland-San spirit of congeniality the chair in
spires, for one can sit and talk and
Francisco lines of the company. A
sip the af.e*n»on tea or tike other
total of five shipments is expected by
refreshments at ease.
the company, and will be received as light
Wicker furniture is coming this
fast as the new rails can be laid. The year in yellow, if one wishes it. Tut
rails received earlier baveall been pul color is pleading, tot the least harsl
down, and the work of rebailasting or brilliant ; just si ft and sunshiny.
One can stain one’s summer furui
and surfacing the tracks baa been
ture this season any color desired to
match particular rooms or color
T he first work at Heppner is to
clear away the debris and wreckage Cuts, Bruises and Burns are
and disperse the germs of disease.
When this is done tbe matter of re (. hamberlaiu’s Pain Balm Is an anti
building tbe town and * providing septic lini ment, and when applied to
homes for tbe unfortunates will be cuts, bruises and burns causes them
bed without maturation and much
given more attention. That Is the to
more quickly than by the usual treat
statement made by members of the ment. For sale by City Drug Store.
committee looking after tbe relief
fund which has been gathered at
Cannery Prospects Good.
Portland. No report has as yet been
made indicating tbe total that will
Cbt.8. H Pierce, of the Ashland
be necessary to repair—as near as Preset ving Co., has bis plant ready
money can repair—tbe dama e* ter tbe season’s operations. Consider
wrought by tbe fljod; but geld given able improvement work in tbe wav
by charity continues to pour into Ore of re-arrangement and enlargement
gon’s metropolis. It still seen» prob of the facilities at tbe big cannery
able that in tbe neighborhood of 830,- building have been completed. He
000 will be realized in PurUaud alone has contracted sufficient vegetables,
before Heppner ceases to require aid. as well as fruits and terrk8, to insur<
a long and successful run of the ¡lm
Plenty of Work Necessary this season, says the Tidings.
T be cannery is already being opera
by a small force engaged in put
There is no doubt that this city
up cherries and strawberries,
has within itsconfinis good material
will be bu-y times hereafter
for an excellent base-ball team; but
increasing force. Mr.
there is a grave doubt that tbe rna-
erial I b used with tbe judickusness the variety of the to cannery
necessary to net good nsuite. Thi« Lhis season and is preparing to pre-
very product of this valley for
bear arises from tbe failure of the
e can create a demand in tbe
really capable players to-erc -csipejs
when it comes to the te^itor b
because tbe young men law_
an understanding of the
appieciat ion ot the wholesome sport.
gets your 1 ungs sore and weak, and paves
Il is because they do not bu«ile when hat
way for Pneumonia or Consumption, or
they havette oppoituoity 10 prepare tbe
both. Acker's English Remedy will stop the
to meet opfotents < n ll e oiaaond. cough In a day, and heal your lungs. It will
Consumption, Asthma. Brochitis. and
Tbe r ght kind of practice, aod lots cure
throat and lung troubles. Posltvely guar
of It, is the essential f u tor toward all
anteed, and money refunded if you are not
toy succtss, and our baseball players satisfied Write to us for free samle. W. H.
»b< uld bear that »tiictiy in mild if Houxu 4 Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Sold by
A P Estabrook, Gold HUI, Leading druggist
they ever Lope to win tut.
E. G. Borden, the operator in mines,
HERE AND THERE.
spent a few hours in Medford Friday.
DIRE WIFE The Money of the Market Not F» *
Ben Haymond of Rock I’oint and his The Sacramento Record-Union has
R. L. Dusenbury of Sardine creek,
the Mau With a Theory.
the well-kuown miner, was in Mod ford family, as also Miss Lottie Morris, vis been sold to Alfred Holman, a well- ^/In Ejrcitin¿ Episode of Lead-
Fortunes have been made In the Chl-
ited in Medford Thursday.
known newspaper man, formerly of
cago board of trade not by men who
ifllle In the Early
the market with a preconceived
“My hair was falling out and
S. S. Aiken and M. Perdue of
turning gray very fast. But your
theory as to its course, which they at
Louis Huseman’s new residence at
Flounce Rock precinct did business in and already brings 810 a ton. it will be
Hair Vigor stopped the falling and
tempted to make good through thick
still higher before long, as the crop is Montague, Calif., will be a handsome
restored the natural color.”—Mrs.
Dan Whipple, who died last winter and thin, but rather by those who took
structure of the Colonial style, with
E. Z. Benomme, Cohoes, N. Y.
The Ashland Iron Worksis doing a
in Prescott, Arlz., was considered the things as they came, watching tbe
T. H. B. Taylor, the sage of Evans 10 rooms. N. E. Graves of Yre'ia Is best night marshal that Leadville ever drift, shaping their way from day to
good business, which necessitates the
creek, has gone to Coos county, where the architect. The coit will be about had in the days when Leadville was day, like prudent merchants, according
enlargement of it.
It’s impossible for you
to the current.
dangerous to live in.
Eugene L Cass of Buffalo, N. Y., he will < perate his steam feather eloan-
not to look old, with the
This is confusing to the novice, for
Tbe Kentucky colt Picket won the On one occasion in those bygone
the capitalist, has been visiting in Med > er. Success to him.
color of seventy years in
On account of the Fourth of J uly a
ford aud Jacksonville. He is always
lays Whipple went into Sam Tuthill’s
with a preconceived theory. Some
rate of one and one-third fare will be
your hair 1 Perhaps you
Angel Gabriel saloon. Things were time ago a young man with a large
are seventy, and you like
Measles are epidemic in Meadows pre made between all points on the Oregon were 19 horses in the race, the purse quiet, the only other customer being a hope, a moderate fortune and consider
being 832,275 and value to winner big mine timberman named Larry able social prestige was shown tbe
cinct. Miss Lizzie Mayfield was dan lines, Coles inclusive.
your gray hair! If not,
Coffey. He bore a baril name as a trou enormous possibilities in December
L. F. Gardner has taken the balance 827,025.
gerously ill with the complaint for
use Ayer’s Hair Vigor.
John A. Fairchild, public adminis ble hunter when in his cups, and on pork. It looked absolutely convincing,
of his stock of elothiug to Eagle Point.
In less than a month your
but he called upon a great packer with
Prof. A J. Hanby of Central Point i He sold a goodly portion of it while at trator of Siskiyou county (Calif ) and tills night he was loaded to the mm- whom be had a personal acquaintance.
gray hair will have all the
one of Yieka’s most prominent citi zle. He nodded to Whipple, who did
has been deputized by School Superin-1 i Jacksonville and Medford.
Yes; the packer thought very well of
dark, rich color of youth.
tendent Dally to visit a number of! The bridge across Rogue river,at the
pork—was buying it, in fact. Thus
Shortly after a tenderfoot who bad
SI.M ■ bottle. All iratri«»
schools now in session.
doubly assured the young man bought.
just struck Leadville with a mule
W. tl. Miller, foreman of the Hy
train entered and called for a drink. I
If your druggist cannot supply you,
bought more. Then the market turned.
Dr. J. F. Reddy and Messrs. Calla Coffey
send us one dollar and we will express
draulic Mining Co., returned to Jump- are completed. E. G. Perham is doing
walked over to him and said:
a bottle. Be sure and give the name
han, McFadden and Rodgers of Spo ''Dance, son!” And out came both of
off-Joe district a short time ago, ac the work in his usual excellent style
of your nearest express office. Address,
J. C. AYER CO., LowelJ, Ma*».
Chas Nickell, U. S. Commissioner kane have been at Happy Camp, Coffey's guns at the same time, and
companied by his family.
packer and stood stubbornly upon
for the District of Oregon, is folly Calif., lately, inspecting their copper two bullets went through ttie floor the
C. L. Reamefl and A. Schmidt will equipped to receive applications un properties, and ate making prepara about two inches from the tenderfoot's his line. When he was getting near to
tbe end of ills margins, he was horri
represent Banner Lodge No. 23, A. O. der the timber and stone, also home tions to commence work.
heels. “Go right ahead and dance it fied to learn that bis friend the packer
U. W., in the grand lodge, which will
bad shifted to the other side of tbe
all business connected with U. S. gov There is no method of preserving some,
meet at Portland next month.
market two weeks before. He visited
ernment lands transacted. Office with rubber except by keeping it in a
Grant Fouche, until lately engaged S outhern O regonian , Medford. damp place away from the air. Ex most popping out of his head, and it him, recalled their conversation and
R. G. GALf . M. D
didn't take him two seconds to begin
the situation. Tbe packer
n lumbering in Wisconsin, has bought Phone 211.
posure to the air and dry atmosphere gyrating around in an attempt to explained
the Cotton saw-mill, located near Ash
Wm. D. Hanley, Robt. W. Mitchell will kill the best of rubber. Oil of dance.
liolding 2,500 bnrrels of pork all this Office in Orth’s Building.
land. He will theroughly repovate it. and C. E. S. Wood have organized the any kind is a deadly enemy.
Hours—2 10 4 and 7 to 8 p. m
Coffey roared with the pure joy of time?” lie demanded. “Ye*.” said the
“Strength and vigor come of good Oregon and Occidental Cattle Co .with
the fun he was having, and after three young man, “and 1 have it yet. Now,
food, duly digested. "Force,’’ a ready- a capital stock placed at 8150,000. It
or four minutes he bad bored twelve what can I do with it?” "1 don’t
to-serve wheat and barley food, adds will do business principally in Harney nt se has been a patient at Bellevue. holee in the saloon floor, the tender know.
” said the packer, “unless you
no burden, but sustains, nourishes, in and Malheur counties.
He is Charles Scharff, a janitor. His foot bopping up and down frantically
nose lias become greatly enlarged. meanwhile. Then Coffey put bls guns can eat it.”—Will Payne in Century.
A. E. REAMES,
Prof. Gus Samuels and his wife have
1’l.e doctors were completely at sea down on tbe bar In order to get at bis
ATTORN EY-AT-L a W,
Blue Ribbon State Fair.
been engaged to teach the next term ing much of the excellent work for for a diagnosis until they discovered cartridge belt to reload. Whipple
of Enterprise school, Griffin creek dis
gout in several joints of his limbs. It slipped between Coffey and the bar
trict, beginning Sept. 7th. A good se
is ibe first case of the kind on record quick as a flash of light, and the night
Office lu Red Men » Bulldlnf.
Centenna Rothermel as queen of the at the hospital.
marshal stuck his face within two Ribbon” state fair is now out and
Grants Pass carnival, in a number of
Inches of Coffey's ragged red Iveard.
ROBT. G. SMITH,
J. U. Barnard,the well-known school different poses, which are really fine
A heret- fore unmentioned horror of
“Ombrey,” said Dan to Coffey, “this state. The premiums offered aggre
teacher, who has been in Colorado sev and reflect much credit on Mr. B.
the Heppner disaster is in the fact that yere Is a peaceable camp, and It’s a gate 812,000 ;n cash, and aie for every ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
eral years, returned to Central Point a
the holies of three newiy-bornhnfants camp that's free to all bands that be thing wruwn on the farm, including
Great’s Paes, Oregaa.
few days ago. He will engage in hor Mrs. S. Arrasmith, her daughter have been found. Four of the recover have themselves. No man has got to live stock, poultry, dairy products,
and grand-daughter were on Wednes ed dead were soon to become mothers. dance anywhere in this camp after the
agricultural and lorticulturd pro
practices all tbe courts
The U. S. Government wants 120 day’s train, en route from Quartz VaR The first victim, Mrs. Hanby, living sun goes doitn onless he wants to ducts, domestic and liberal arts, etc.
head of cavalry horses. Those having
seven tulles above Heppner, was otre
Everyone is invited to b ing «me-
them can write for particulars and She and one other Indian living near < f them, and tbe young girl, Nora I’m around nohow. You've made your tiling to the fair this year, arid help
«J. M. KEENE. D. D. S.
gun play on this tenderfoot yere
terms to Capt. John H. Hayden at Jacksonville, are the only remnants of Florin, whose body was recovered far little
the original Rogue river Indian tribe below town, was on her way from
Presidio, San Francisco.
your belt than any man like you is go- j- u have not receiv d one of the pre JPKRATIVE DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY
that inhabited this valley when the
Office» .n tbe Adkins Deuel block
S. P. Robbins.of Phoenix,has been se white man came. She is a very spry Ilanbj’s ranch to summon Dr. Kis in’ to carry on my beat, you think mium lists ye’, write M. D. Wisdom,
you're sort of puttin' it on me. Now secretary, Portlind, O e., for one.
lected as vice-principal of the Jackson and intelligent old lady.
avalanche of water.
you’re goin* to take off your cap and
ville school. He is a graduate of tbe
P. P. PRIM A SON.
We sell the greatest of blood purifiers.
Southern Osegon State Normal School, Acker
F. M. Koowles, treasurer of the beg that little snipe's pardon for giv-
’s Blood Elixir, under a postiive
ln’ this camp a bad name, and then DO YOU GET UP
A ND COUNSELORS AT LAW
and ranks well as an educator.
guarantee. It will cure all ehronic and
you're goln’ to mosey to your shack,
S. C. Bartrum, supervisor of forest
WITH A LAME BACK ?
or sores on your body, or are pale, containing 84,000 in bills on a Chicago and you’re goin’ to do both of these
rangers, was in Ashland several days tions
weak or run down, it is just what you
Will practice I d all couns of tbe Stale. O1
last week, for the purpose of investi need. We refund money if you "are In tel office floor, and did not dheover Coffey leaped to one side and ripped Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable,
Cee tu tbe Court Houae last door oo tbe
gating the depredations on tbe Ash not satisfied. 50 cents and" 81.00. h'B 1 ss until a couple of hours after out hl* dirk, bopped in and made a
rlrtl trou, entrance
sample. A. P. Estabrook, Gold Hill ward. He hastily retraced ills steps terrific lunge at Whipple's face.
Almost everybody who reads the news
land forest reserve by wood thieves.
the leading Druggist.
Whipple’s face wasn’t there. He bad papers is sure to know of the wonderful
until lie entered the office, where he
Frank B. Tichenor, who so ably filled
cures made by Dr.
suddenly, and Coffey fell
A. C HOUGH,
the position of president of tbe Grants The strawberry season has practical
- at - law
s great kidney, liver
Pass carnival,left Tuesday morning for
of his lunge. When he turned around
Wedderburn, Curry county, where he
Whipple was in the middle of the I
it is the great medi
will deliver the Fourth of July oration. this 6easun owing to the dry weather. when be reached down to pick up bis saloon, weaponless and apparently
cal triumph of the nine
With twice the acreage of last year the wallet, which wasstiil lying on the
teenth century; dis
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver product this season,has been only about floor, raided a howl of merriment ar.d j content to be weaponless. Coffey made
at him again and made another sweep
covered after years of
Tablets are just what you need when
H. D. NORTON.
■< g scientific research
i u«i by
you have no appetite, feel dull after half as large. The prices have been deliglit. It seems that they had, one 1 of bls dirk for Dan's bead. He missed
vj Dr. Kilmer, the emi-
eating and wake up with a bad taste In very good. Cherries are now the lead by one, formed the very natural opin- [ again, and the night marshal landed a
TTOR NEY AND COUNSFLCR At LAW
' nent kidney and blad
your mouth. They will improve your ers in the fruit market,and they are of ion that the purse was a trap for hard one with his right fist on Cof
appetite, cleanse and invigorate your
Grant’a Pa»*, Oreg«*.
good quality. Black Tartarians are greenies, and had been having oceans fey's jugular. Coffey winced, but be wondeftuily successful in promptly curing
food. City Drug Store.
. lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
of fun from those who had “bit,” as
The 4th of July will be observed on quoted at 75 cts. a crate and Royal
than even one of Whipple's tremen bles and Bright s Disease, which is the worst
Office above S P. D à L. Co i Store.
Anne at 81 25.
as they supposed, at the bait. When dous
right handers to put him out.
form of kidney trouble.
Applegate, in the Pjlmer Creek Grove.
the owner, however, opened the wal
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
The tight between the man with the
There will be a base-ball game between
let and counted out 84,000 in token
A SPLENDID REMEDY.
for everything but if you have kid
money t Here was no responsive shout
Applegate and Watkins teams, racing
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
and other sports, as well as dancing on bago and sciatic ram< yield to the
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
the bowery platform.
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
penetrating influence of Ballard's REDUCED EXCURSION RATES
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
There will be a game of baseball at
chase relief and has proved so successful in
Jacksonville July 4th, between the lo sorted into '.tie blood,its lieaiing prop To the Seaside and Mountain Resorts
every case that a special arrangement has
beep made by which all read rrs of this paper
cal and Roseburg nines, which doubt erties are ci nveytd to every part of
for the Summer.
who have not already tried it, may have a
less will prove a very interesting one Hie body and <ffe<ts me wonderful
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
On and after June 1, 1903, the South
A ball will be given in the evening. A cures. Mr. I) F. Moore, Agent III.
’elling more about Swamp-Root and how to
big crowd will be there.
ind out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
I have usid Ballard's Snow Liniment C 'rvallis«5c Eastern railtoad, will have
writing mention reading this generous
Simeon Shaw has located ledges in for rheumatism, tackaclie, etc., in 03 sale round-trip tickets from points
offer in this paper and
Elliott creek district, called the First my family. It is atpendid remedy. on their line Io Newport, Yaquina
send your address to
We could not do without it," 25c, aod Detroit at very low rates good for
National and Enterprise. J. L. and F. 50j.
Dr. Kilmer A Co., Bing
abutractu utde ta Title* at
aod 81.00 at City Drug Store.
return until October 10, 1903.
ham ton, N Y. The
P. Faucett have located the Connect
-------- - ------ —
Three-day tickets to Newport and
regular fifty cent and Hon»*» of Swamp-Root,
ing Link and Big Swede ledges, locat
Yaquina, uood going Salt rdays and
A Gigantic Enterprise.
all good druggists.
drawn up sspeel*Uvpert*iaU* w
returning Monday, ate also on sale
ed in tbe same district.
tbe settlement of estate*
from all Ea.«t Side points, from Port
Don’t make any n i«'ake. but re
There will be a match game of base
land to Eugene, inclusive, and from
member the namr. Svanp-Root, Dr. I i Counts Solicited, Prompt Remittance.
ball July 4tb, on Neuber & Taylor’s spirits <>f the High Line ditch, spent al) West Side Points are also on sale
Kilmet's Swamp-Root, nd the ad
dress. Binghamton, N. Y , on every
grounds, between Jacksonville and Wednesday and Thursday iu Medford. to Detroit at very low rales with stop-'
securities a specialty. Jackioo
Roseburg nines. The winner will play
-unty Scrip tx'ught and sold.
point eat t, enabling tourists to vi-it
have a complete set of maps or all surveyed
tbe Grants Pass club the next day. pris’, and says that it will be com tbe Sam ism and Breitenousb as well
w.ds <n this cou-ty, and receive Abstract»
pleted in due course of time, even if it as the famous Bieitenbush Hot ■
Do You Enjoy
Good sport is expected.
ooulhlj from Roseburg Land Office, the Land
of the O. 4C. R. R. and the State
Springs in the Cascade mtuntaius,
I. J Wade and his family have be
What You Eat ? Land Department
at Salem of all new entries
come residents of Jacksonville. He is
You can eat whatever and whenever you made I am thus prep»- J tr rr akeout home,
rspers and take i
il ereon. Also 1
like if you take Kodol. By the use of thia »lead
an excellent cigar maker, having been is in the E tat,enlisting the assistance turn from all points until Oct. 10th. J
take Blings »nd proofs o' timber land» »nd
of ■ trie
manager of the Saginaw (Mich.), Cigar
Three-day tickets will be good going
stomachs are so completely restored to to tbe Roseburg land office
Co., just before coming to Oregoh. Mr.
U**® • Number ef FlacFarma and ether
. Tickets from Portland and vi
W. expects to open a factory in the the veteran civil endoeer, is in only
functions naturally, that such foods as would
Dealrable Prepcrtv I* my hands f»r
cinity will be vood for return via the
tie one into a double-bow-knot are eaten
for nearly the whole distance from ger. Tickets from Eugene and vicinity
without even a “rumbling* and with a posi
reply made to »11 let tera Chara-
it you desire a good complexion use
tive pleasure and enjoyment. And what Is <a tn accordance with'he times
Moki Tea, a pure herb drink. It acts upjer Rogue river to Gold Hill have will be wood going via tbe Lebanon-
Hon. H. K. Hanna
more — these foods are assimilated and
of the 1st Judeial District, aod to am
on the liver and makes the skin smooth been settl ed. The ditch is rially a Spring tie'd branch if desired. Bagwage
transformed Into the kind of nutriment that ,udge
bualneas houae In Jacksonville.
and clear. Cures siek headaches. 25cts. canal, which will have a breadth of on Newport tickets checked through
is appropriated by the blood and tissues.
SILAS J. DAY
and SOcts. Money refunded if it does 21 feet and te nine feet wide at the to Newport: on Yaquiua tickets to
not satisfy you.
Write to W. H.
ot digestants that will digest all classes of
b. P. trains connect with the C. &
H ooker & Co., Buffalo, N. Y., for fre< brttom ard six feet deep. It will
food. In addition to this fact. It contains, in
furnish water for mining and irriga E. at Alliany and Corvallis for Yaqui-
assimilative form, the greatest known tonic
tion purposes to a v.ry lt-ge area of ns and Newport. Trains on the C. &
and reconstructive properties.
Phil Simpkins, who owns a splendid Jackson county, to sty nothing of E. for Detioit will leave Albany at
Kodol cures indigestion, dyspepsia and all
pi ece of land near Central Point, dur- p ovidmg means for putting lumlier 7:00 a. m. enabling t mrists to the Hot
disorders arising therefrom.
i ng the past week cut 51 tons of hay and other i reducts at the lailroad
Full information as to rates, time title pair of fists lasted for fully five Kodol Digests What You Eat
from 17 acres, an average of three tons with speed and at small expense. tables, etc., can be obtained on appli minutes, Coffey striving desperately i
Makes the S***—««<**» Sweet.
Recular size. $ 1.00. bolding 2H Umas
per acre. He expects to double this wheD The completion of this enterpri-e will cation to Edwin Stone, manager C. & to land with his dirk and never so Betti»» only.
the trial sUe. which nils for 50 cants.
he cuts the second crop. This is an consume •! 500,000. it is olc of the
much as scratching Whipple, while
by L a DaWITT aOO., Ohica«*, UL
A . S. P. Co., Portland, or to any S. P. every time he made a lunge he got
item certainly worth printing.
most important ever contemplated io
Rates from Medford to Newport, a stunning wallop from one of the
Railroad traffic was interrupted about Sout hern Oregon and should receive
Rates from Medford to Ya- brawny fists of the night marshal.
twelve hours Wednesday night by an every er c turagemt nt pi s ible,
Sam Tuthill would have shot Coffey
accident which befell the northbound
from behind the bar, but he was afraid
freight, Conductor Gilvin in charge, at
Bound for the Mines.
of hitting Whipple, the two men were
Hide Your Hammer.
circling about so swiftly. Finally
at Tunnel 3, three miles south of West
when Coffey made one of his swift
Fork. A huge flange on an oil car
The Spokane Spokesman—Revi W
Don’t knock. If there Is a chance
broke and caused the wreck of six cars. of a recent Issue produces a p ctu'e Of to bo >m business, boom it. Don’t be sweeps with his knife Whipple sud
ducked, ran squarely between
Fortunately nobody was injured.
a crowd of miners with picks, shovels, a knocker. Don’., p ill a lung face and denly
Coffey’s legs and lifted the giant off
Blue-print maps of any township in pockets full of stock, also rolls of get sour on your stimacb. Hope a his feet as easily as an ordinary man
Roseburg, Oregon, Land District, shows blankets on their bicks, headed
would hoist a sack of salt Coffey
ing all the vacant lands, for 50 cent “Hiking to the Blue Ledge," with bit. Get a smile on you. Hold your came
down on all fours, and Whipple
head. Get a hold' witli both hands.
each. If you want any information
from the U. S. Land Office, address ttie following lines underneath Ti en pull. Bury your hatchet. Drop twisted his right arm until the dirk
Title Guarantee & Loan Co., Rose '“Having developed some of the nrn- your tomahaw k. Hide your little ham dropped out of his nerveless grasp.
1 ng resources of Washington, British mer. When a stranger drops in tell With the dirk at the bully's throat
iumbia, Idaho, Montana aod Eist him this is tbe greatest town on Whipple made him repeat a groveling
We are informed that John Failing,
apology to the tenderfoot who stood
eldest son of N. D. Failing, who for ern Oregon, the mining men of Spo earth. It is. Don’t get mulish. Don’t near, paralyzed with fear.
merly lived in Jacksonville, was killed kane are now beading for HLkiycu roast. Be jolly. Get popular. Help
at Redding, Cal., recently, by a team county. California, to bring out the yourself along. Push your friend with
Do You Enjoy What You Eat?
he was handling backing off a grade. hidden wealth of that district.” you. Soon you’ll have a whole pro
If you don’t your food does not do
Since Patrick Clark took his 1250,000 cession. Be a good fellow.
He was about 21 years old.
you much good. Kodol Dyspepsia
No man ever helped himself by Cure is the remedy that every one
Perry Jacobs, a brother of A dboh
Jacobs of Ashland,was killed near Zion, been a stampede of Spokane mining knocking other people down. No man should take when there is any thing
a village situated not far from Eu men to there, including “Doo” J. F. ever got rich trying to make people wrong with the stomach. There is no
way to maintain the health and
gene, while felling a tree which struck Reddy, Van B. DeLashmutt, James believe that he was the only man on strength
of mind and body except by
a dead one near by in its decent and
nourishment. There is no way to
of fame by stepping on other people’s nourish except through the stomach.
made escape impossible. The remains
The stomach must be kept healthy,
were brought to Ashland for burial. son, Walter McCabe, Peter Larson corns.
and sweet or the strength will
Mr J. leaves a wife and four children. andOlaus Jeldne s. The property is All men are not alike. Once in a pure
lecated just across the Oregon line, while you may find some very much let down and disease will set up. No
appetite, loss of strength, nervous
Cal. Slagle, an industrious young Jacksonville being the nearest trad
man and a native of this county, and ing point and Watkins the closest a like. But many aredffferent. If you ness, headache, constipation, bad
don’t like their style let them alone, breath, sour risings, rifting, indiges
Miss Kathryn Johnson were married poatoffice.
dyspepsia and all stomach
Don’t knock. You’ll get use to it. tion
at Coquille City, Coos county, June 17,
tronb’es are quickly cured by the use
There’s no end of fun in minding your of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Fold by all
by Rev. H. C. Allen. The wedding was
own business. And it makes other druggists.
la Absolutely PURE, and will
a pretty one. Miss Virgie Woodford
OUTWEAR all other Leads.
J. M. Hurley, the expert manipula people like you better, Better have
was an unusually lucky guest, as she
of harvesting macbineiy, will be other people stuck on you than you
Treasurer’s Ninth Call.
got tne ring in the bride’s cake and < tor
n har d with a first-cla«8 threshing get stuck on yourself. Nobody gets
If your local dealer does not carry
also the bouquet.
outfit, when the season opens. He stuck on a knocker. Don’t be one. Be
gei it l° US ttn<^.we
see that you
S. S. Pent.z, who has been acting as spares no pains to please and does the good.
of work, as the many who have
Mrs. J. R. Norris' attorney at this end, best
sonville, June *26, ¡903
Driven to Desperation.
pitronized him before will bear wit-
informs us that she has fallen heir to a nets.
Notice is hereby given that there
Living at an out of the way place, are funds in the county treasury for
portion of a big estate left by her late
remote from civilization, a family is the redemption of al outstanding
uncle, who recently died at Newport,
often driven to desperation in case of county warrants protested from Apr.
FISO’S CUR E" F
an accident, resalting in Burns, Cuts, 8, 1901, to May 1, 1901, both dates
Ky. There Is a considerable sum of
bURlS WHÍKÍ All kst fAU
Ited Bent Cough öyup. Tastes Good
Wounds, Ulrers, otc. Lay in a supply inclusive. Interest on same will cease
money and a large amount of real es
In time. Bold bv druggists.
of Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. It is the after tbe above date.
tate, and Mr. P. thinks that each heir
I best on earth; 25c, ati^ty Drug Store.
will get nearly 850,009.
D. H. M iller , County Treasurer.
Silas J. Day
Real Estate Agent
and U. S. Commissioner
for Jackson County,
W. P. Fuller & Co