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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1903.
Still Another Case Cured by Dr.
Williams’ Pink Pills.
The story of the cure of Henry J.
Hubbard, of Wittens, Ohio, from paraly
sis. will bring hope to others afflicted as
he was. Ho was helpless and utterly
discouraged. He had beeu getting
worse and worse, month by mouth.
First it made him unable to work, then
he could uot walk, then he euuld not
even raise a hand to feed himself; he
could not move any part of his body ex
cept his head.
“I heard of Mr. Lee F. Cypher, of Sis
tersville. a neighboring town in West
Virginia, who had been cured of par
alysis by Dr. Wiliams’ Pink Pills
for liile People,” says Mr. Hubbard
in telling the story of his cure, “ and
my sou took me over to see him. It
gave me new courage to hear him
tell how easily he found relief, for I
had given up hope of ever being able to
move again. I was perfectly helpless.
When I was first taken I was treated by
three physu-ians.one of them a specialist,
but I got worse instead of better. I
could both walk and feed myself when I
began doctoring with them, but finally
I could move nothing except niv head.
The doctors’ medicine caused my stom
ach to i«nn me a great deal; it didn’t
help me a bit, and, as I said, I got dis
“ Then, after I saw Mr. Cypher, and
he told me that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
for Pale People hud accomplished such
a wonderful cure in his case, I decided
to take this remedy myself. Iu about
three weeks after beginning with the
pills I noticed a change for the better.
Now I can walk and get around all
The first symptoms of partial paralysis
are: trembling of the bands; snaden loss
of power iu arms or legs, frequently af
fecting one whole side of the body; stag-
gering;pnrtial o: entire inability to’use the
fingers; distortion of the features, some
times an uncon I rollable quivering of the
chin ; severe paius; difficulty in speech.
Paralysis may be caused by exposure,
emotional influence, venereal excesses
and by other diseases. The approach of
the disease is generally gradual. Fre
quently the first warning is a vague feel
ing of headache, vertigo and inusculai
weakness. The best method of treat
ment is to restore the nutrition and vi
tality of the nerves by using Dr. Wit
hams’ Pink Pills for Pale People.
Joe Lane's Treaty Tree.
It is a matter for regret that the
landmarks of early Oregon history
have not been better preserved. Fea
tures whose interest would increase
with the years have been suffered to
be destri yed through ignorance or in-
diff rence. In 1853 there was some
trouble with the Rogue River Iudians,
though the a ar did not occur until
two years later. In 1853 General “J e"
Lane, whose fame is inseparably con
nected with the history of Oregon,-
made a tr*-itv with the Rogue River
Indians on a spot which is now in
cluded within the present city limits
of Grants Pass. Hemet the Indians
under a black oak tree on Rogue river,
just above the “White Rocks.” Old
timers are still able to point out the
stump of this tree, but the tree itself
has been cut down and sawed into
stove woi d in these latter years, prob
ably, by some mao who never heard of
In what it is and what it does—con
taining the best blood-purifying,
alterative and tonic substances and
effecting the moat radical and per
manent cures of all humors and all
eruptions, relieving weak, tired,
languid feelings, and building up
the whole system—is true only of
No other medicine acts like it;
no other medicine has done so
much real, substantial good, no
other medicine has restored health
and strength at so little cost.
“I wm troubled with srroful» and earn»
near losing my eyesight. For four months I
could not see to do anythin*. After taking
two bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I could see
to walk, and when I had taken eight bottles I
could see as well as ever." Susis A. Hxisa
TO». Withers. N. C.
Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to
cure and keeps the promise.
Fruit Growers in Session.
The executive committee of the
Fruit Growers Union held an interest
ing meeting at the office of J. A. Perry,
in Medford, Saturday.
Bennett presided and there was a good
attendance. The buying of boxes and
other supplies was the main question
discussed. Most of the members of
the Union placed their orders, and a
large number of boxes, in which to
pack this season’s fruit crop, will be
bought by the purchasing agent, W.
H. Norcross. Doubtless a considerable
saving can be effected by this co-opera
tion. An assessment amounting to 25
per cent of the capital stock of the
Union was levied. The proceeds will
be used for current expenses, etc.
There is already no doubt that this
organization will prove a decided sue
cess, in more ways than one. lta next
regular meeting will be held on the
last Saturday in this months.
ó C o ’ a
Will Muller, after a short visit here, Survey of Crater Lake Park. Mr. Baker and His Wrong
has returned to San Francisco.
In one of our recent issues we men
D. S. Coulter, the expert blacksmith,
J. P.Hogan has become a resident of
Mrs. A. R DaviB of Ashland is pay
spent Sunday in Medford.
Lake county. He formerly resided in tioned that a party had been sent by
J. W. Baker, tlie new game warden, ing us a business visit.
ti e U. S. Government to survey Cra thinks Jackson and Josephine coun
Calling Attention to the Penalty for
Mel Pearce left for Yreka, Calif., Jacksonville.
Miss Amalia Britt was a Medford
Setting Out Fires Acciden
Sunday, to engage in mining.
W. J. Scott, one of our most enter I ter Lake National Park. It was in ties are the worst offenders against visitor the forepart of the week.
tally or Otherwise.
charge of C. R. Caudle, U. S. Exami the game laws. This may be true,
W. T. Coburn, a well-known citizen prising citizens, went north Tuesday
Judge Neil made Ashland a profes
ner of Surveys, G. L. O , Jos. L Bris but all reports are that the laws for
of Grants Pass, spent Sunday in Med evening.
tow of Washington, D. C., and L. W. the past few years have given the deer
In accordance with Bellinger & ford.
and P. Ingram of Moore being his first and second as
of Grants Pass, a well-
Cotton’s Annotated Code and Statutes
a “show for their money,” as deer are
C. H. Paine, the scientific musician, Pooh Bah spent a few hours in Med- sistants. The other members of the
in mines, is among us.
of Oregon Governor Chamberlain has
becoming very numerous—especially
spent several hours in Jacksonville ford Tuesday.
will hold ser
issued bis annual proclamation refer
young ones—and manv of them can be
at the usual
ring to the protection of timber and
seen al mg the railroad track In Jack-
Russ Moore of Lake Creek and Mrs. cinct, the stockman, and his wife were F. S. Dunford, F. A. Byer, H. H. How son, Josephine and Douglas counties time.
other property from fire.
ard, Silas McKee, M. W. Luckenbach, nearly every day. The hand of the
“If any person shall maliciously, D. Cingkade, who live near Eagle iu Medford Sunday night.
C.C. Buck and Will Matney of Ap
with intent to injure any other per Point, were among those in Medford
T. C. Dugan of Eagle Point precinct, J. Plymire and S. Swenning. The deer slayer has been seemingly stayed plegate tarried with us a few hours
son, by himself or any other person, Saturday.
one of our energetic young farmers, party is reinforced by eight pack ani to a degree, as people going out of Tuesday.
mals, two saddle horses and a four- town marvel at the tameness of this
kindle a fire on his own land or the
was with us Saturday.
Services will be held at the Presby
horse team, to say nothing of a large fleet-footed animal.
land of any other person, and by Bybee's Springs, situated in Evans
Mrs. Walter Schultz is quite ill at
terian church Sunday evening by Rev.
means of such fire the buildings, Creek district, where they will pass a the residence of her father, Henry and varied assortment of “grub.”
Trainmen report seeing them in S. H. Jones.
Tiie Park is 18 mile» 32.49 chains in herds clambering up the hills off
fences, crops or other personal prop few weeks.
Pech, who lives near Central Point.
Miss May Huffer went to Medford
length north and south and about 13}
erty or wooded timber lands of any
Wm. Bybee, who for some time has
Miss Inez Kitchin, who taught the piiles n width east and west As the the track as the trains go through this morning. She has fully recovered
other peps >n shall be destroyed or in been suffering with a severe attack of Poorinan's Creek school, with success,
Cow Creek canyon, while the deer from her late sickness.
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
jured, he shall, on conviction, be pun rheumatism, is able to be about again. has returned to her home in Ashland. work of surveying tlie liouiularies is lick just outside the city limits of
of great importance. Mr. Caudle will
ished by a tine not less than $20 nor He left for his Evans Creek springs
The new officers of Jacksonville’s have two sets of chainmen to insure Ashland ar d under the railroad tres were recent visitors in Medford, guests
more than $100, or by imprisonment Sunday.
MUes F. Alcorn, who died in poverty a
lodge of the I. O. O. F. will be installed accuracy of measurement, two rod tle is patronized by deer nearly every of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. S. Murphy.
in the county jail not less than three
Ripe Oregon peaches have made by F. M. Wilson, D. D. G. M., Satur men, tweaxmen, one monument build morning, taya the Valley Record.
of years ago, although entitled
Mrs. E. Grisez of Montague, Calif.,
month«, nor more than 12 months,
An incident showing the tamenet-s
their appearance in this market. They day.
sum of money.
(nee Miss Nellie Towne) has been visit
according to the aggravation of the
are of very fair size and quality and
Miss Clara Rader passed a few hours
I. W. Gardner and his family, of every half mile and mile, and a plainly
ing in Phoenix, her former home.
game laws was brought to our atten
ahead of the California product.
“If any person shall without malice
Clarence Hafer, manager of the Iowa
“Strength and vigor come of good tour. They are now in Josephine brush and timber. The heavy snows tion a few days ago by the experience Lumber Co.’s business, was in Medford
S. E. Dunnlngton made a trip to
kindle any tire in any field, pasture,
food, duly digested. "Force," a ready-
will hinder work for some time, as tlie of Engineer Vern .n Bartlett and Fire several times during the past week.
inclosu’e, forest, prairie or timber to-serve wheat and barley food, adds county.
point for beginning the survey man Walter Denoy, who were pulling
land not his own, without the consent no burden, but sustains, nourishes, in
J. W. Van Dyke and D. W. Day
Herbert Hanna went to Grants Pass
Dr. Shearer and W. H. Rickey have
a northbound train very early in the
of the owner, and the same shall vigorates.”
have returned from a trip to Trail is the highest poiot on Scott Peak, morning. Atone end of the Condor returned from their mines, located in Wednesday evening, to join bls father.
-preadanddo damage to any build
The residents of the district north of Creek precinct, where they have home some four or five miles east of Crate; Power Company's dam aercss Rogue Steamboat district, but will go back
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Brown of Table
Lake. The survey will be prosecuted
ings, fences, crops, cordwood, btrk or Rogue river complain that the coyotes steads.
precinct have been visiting with
river is a lick, at d eight deer took the
other personal property not his own, are more destructive to pigs and poul
and his family.
H. D. Norton of Grants Pass, the with ail possible dispatch, as heavy railroad track en route to their morn
Dan. Neathammer, one of the lead
or to any wood or timber land not his try since the scalp bounty law was re well-known attorney, was in Jackson snows may seriously impede the work ing nip. The “choo-choo” of the en
and J. W. Myers,
ing farmers of Pleasant Creek district,
own, he shall, on conviction, be pun pealed.
ville Saturday, on professional busi next fill Mr. C. expects to finish the gine got them off the track and on spent several hours in Medford Wed accompanied by their families, will
work by the midd e of September,
ished by a tine of not less than $10 I Judge Hanna and District Attorney ness.
soon leave on a camping trip.
the binks of the cut without killing nesday.
weather conditions being favorable.
nor more than $100 and costs accord- ' Reames went to Grants Pass Sunday,
Thos. Reid has received a telegram
Miss Cora Basye is visiting with rela Just before coming to Oregon Mr. 0. any; but about half a mile further on
T. C. Norris, Bert Harris and Jake
ing to the aggravation of the offence, where the July term of court for Jo
John Broad, who is at Gold Hill,
tives living in Missouri Flat district, was engaged in surveying in the San the engne suddenly ran into one that Wetzel have been in the Big Butte
and shall stand committed until the sephine county is progressing.
Nev., that his son is dangerously ill.
and will remain there a couple ot Jacinto mountains, Southern Cali
section, looking after their landed in
tine and costs are paid.
E. D. Olwell, a successful merchant
blirg train and was killed.
Frank Roundtree has returned to ( months.
“Any person who shall enter upon
of Davenport. Wash., is in the valley,
Messrs. Foster, Jewell and Crawford and was compelled to disband his
the lands of another person for the
Ben Beall, who lives near Central visiting his relatives and many friends.
. He is a | of Grants Pass, prominent operators in | on account of the terrific heat,
A Superior Publication.
Point, Capt. Kinder Boaz and P. F.
purpose of hunting or fishing, and i ....
Will Johnson, who operates a farm
splendid, engineer and will doubtless mines, spent Tuesday afternoon in
Swayne of Applegate, were in our town in Applegate district, with success,
shall, without the consent of t_
Accordion plaiting and smocking
Warrants to be Canceled.
owner of said lands, kindle any tire
made the county-seat a visit not long
will again aid in beauti’ying gar
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Marks, former
thereon, shall be punished by a fine
John S. Orth, county clerk, gives ments for women and children. To
not less than $10 n^r more than $100; who8e
broke down nearly a ly of Ashland, who have been visiting
Denhoff and Andersen, the two
know all about either process on* of Foster A Gunnell of Grants Pass,
and if such tire be kindled maliciously fortnight ago, has resumed operations in this county, are rusticating near ne t ice that the following warrants
Petes, who are holding positions with
the Iowa Lumber Co., spent Sunday in
have remained in his offi e uncalled should read The Designer for August,
and with the intent to iDjure any The repairs were made by the Ashland Glendale.
few days in this section lately.
r more than seven years, aöd by or which, iu addition to illustrating and
other person, such offender shall be | Iron Works, of which J L. Fenton is
Thos. F. Fish, the San Francisco
Terry Byrne, the well-known pio
d* scribing the above, pictures a’l
F. E and A. S. Furry, two of the
punished by a tine not less than 820,
capitalist who owns a large area of land
that is stjlish in millinery and neer, was among us a few days ago. upper valley's most energetic and suc
Henry Pech, one of Jackson county’s in this connty, has been looking after
nor more than 8250, or by imprison
they will be canceled according to law: fashions for this season of the year His son Carroil has left Watkins pre cessful stockmen and farmers, were in
ment in the county jail not less than thriftiest farmers, was in our midst a it recently.
John West $1, A Johnson 11, E Davi« “How and Where Perfumer are cinct for the central valley, to seek Medford a few days ago.
three months, nor more than 12 few days since. He will have a very
Mr. Randclph, who is in charge of <1. William May land 81.60, L George Made,” ny Katherine Louise Smith, employment.
Rev. EL Murphy of Ashland is filling
fair crop of grain, and was one of the '
the Seattle Co-operative Mining Co.'s $1, Mary Bower> 83, Earl Smith $2.70, “Women Who Make Money,” by
Rev. J. D. Murphy’s appointments
“Any person or persons who sLall very first to begin heading.
property in Watkins district, has been E E Squires 12 70. Dan W Sim ms $1, Land« n Knight, and “Floral Stands knowledgment of the money raised in during his absence. He will hold ser
wilfully set tire to aDy worded coun
For a lazy liver try Chamberlain’s joined by his son.
Myrtle Smith $2.70, Thomas Hesse of Honolulu," are three interesting Jacksonville for the Heppner sufferers, vices at the Catholic church Sunday.
try or forest belonging to the state or Stomach and Liver Tablets. They in
A. P. Estabrook, Gold Hill’s leading
Editor Shutt of the Glendale News $2.70, C. J. Clark 82.90, Addie Hesse articles to be found in this issue, which amounted to nearly 8200. Our
the United States, or to ary person or vigorate the liver, aid the digestion,
druggist, has one of the handsomest
regulate the bowels and prevent bilious spent Monday in Grants Pass. He is a $2 70, J P Clark 11.50, T J Kist $1, P which also contains three excellent town does nothing by halves.
persons, shall be deemed guilty of a I attacks. For sale by Chas. Strang,
companionable, intelligent fellow, and E Fitzwater $1, A Johnsen $1. Wm short stories. “A Sunflower Drill,”
Mrs. A. J. Davis (nee Belle Jones) of and beet-stocked establishments in
rnisGtmianor, and upon cmvictioo druggist.
i lustrale 1 pages on “Woman's Fads St. Paul, Minn., who has been visiting Oregon. We will have more to say of
makes friends wherever he goes.
before a court of competent jurisdic
it in our next issue.
In the matter of the road petition of
A son of James B. Watkins of Big] $1.50, H J Steel $1.50, C H William* and Fancies,” “Fashions and Fa her relatives and friends, accompanied
tion shall be puDishrd by a fine not K. Eoaz,et al,of Applegate, the County
W. J. Smith, an expert lumberman
exceeding 8100, er impri-onment not Commissioners’ Court made an order Butte fell out of a barn Monday, while 81 50, John Bat.ks 81.50. Edward Slick of Them.” Opportunities for money her husband to California, and they and sawmill operator, was in Medford
exceeding one year, or by both such that G. T. Jones, T. J. Kenney and playing with other little boA's, and 81, A E Armstrong 81.50, Marion Lo making are supplied in the depart are now on their way home via. Salt a few days ago. He is assisting Peter
Wilson, whois manufacturing lumber
tine and imprisonment: Provided, Peter Applegate lay out a road 40 feet broke bis arm. Dr. Officer is in attend gan *3.20, John Westlake $12, Wm ments What Women Are Doing,” i Lake.
Hess *1.50, M A Drake 81 70. Edward
and shingles of a superior quality.
that nothing herein contained shall m width in Union precinct.
“Helps Al >ng the Way” and the
rv 4 n
The Sterling Mining Co. is “driving A Bissell 81.70, D II Williamson 81.70, Puzzle Page, while practical and help ■ but his wife (nee Anna Helms) will re
The young ladies of the Epworth
to . any person who
The Central Point postoffice has
sets a back tire to prevent the exten-' been greatly improved in appearance back” the season s work and will soon A McKinney 81.70, Frank West 81 70 ful suggestions are given in “SGquette main^ several weeks longer. Fred is League, who had a booth in the court
I begin cleaning up. The usual big pile Frank Feed 81.70, Gus Bayne 81.20. Hints” “Toilet Table Chat,” “In manager of the* John P. Sharkey Co., house yard July 4th, did well. They
sion of a fire already burning.
lately, 112 neat call boxes being among
netted about $25, although their ex
I James Dodge 81.70, J W McConnell
“Upon any prosecution under this the improvements. The popular post of gold-dust is expected.
Motherland,” “Floriculture" and a big saddle and harness manufacturing penses were b ,avy.
concern located at Portland.
set one-half of the tine imposed shall master. G. S. Moore, never spares any
Ira Greninger.a young man who bad
“T’ae Kifci eo Kingdom."
be paid to the person who first gives pains to please his patrons, and suc ly injured his hand on the Fourth at St, S Potter *1.90, Charley Cution 82.90,
Geo. E. Neuber is the owner of the
information thereof to the district ceeds admirably.
Gold Hill, by a toy pistol, was brought L Aj res 81.80. F B Jt hnson 81.70, Chas
big brick building in which his sport-
A Lewellen setter, spotted black
attorney for the district in which the
' ing palace is located, having received a
The eldest son of I. A. Merriman, to the Medford hospital Monday night. J Stanton 11.70, R C Morris 81.70,
W. F. Arant, superintendent c.f deed to it from Lippman Sachs some and white, either strayed or was sto
offense is committed, and the other who was hurt by a toy pistol at the The baleful effects, blood poison, are Frances A mown $1.70, Gus Anderson
81.20, A’ C Smith $1.70, Robt Lange Crater Like Park, tas suspended days since. He has one of the finest len July 5th. A suitable reward wih
moiety shall be paid into the county | celebration held at Gold Hill July 4th feared.
be paid for bis recovery.
wo: k on improvements to the road on resorts of the kind in the state.
treasury for the benefit of the common [g recovering. —
Gau. E. N kubkb .
For a while
B. F. Hemstreet has one of the finest
It will be noticed that all of the aicountof the deep snow, but expects
school fund of the ccunty in which promised to be severe, and amputation pieces of growing wheat in Southern
Matt Scott of Pleasant Creek was
of the wounded member was at one Oregon. There is 15 acres of it, which scrip is of very small denomination, to be able to resume within a week or among his many friends a few days ago. WANTED — SEVERAL
said fine is collected.
TRIOUS PERSONS in each state
•»xcepting one piece, nobody having ten days. He says the season is a
“It is hereby made the duty of each time reported to be necessary.
to travel for house established
will produce nearly 1000 bushels. This
He brought to Jacksonville the twelve
The executive committee of the is certainly a phenomenal yield for this overlooked a warrrant calling for a month later than usual and that tour year-old son of Mr. Frank (who com
circuit ccurt judge of this state to
eleven years and with a large capi
considerable sum of money.
tal, to call upon merchants and
ists will derive m >re pleasure from a mitted suicide several months ago), who
read the provisions of this act to each board of regents of the Southern Ore season.
agents for successful and profitable
grand jury, when charging them as to gon Normal School has let the con
Chas. T. Anderson, the well-known
has since been committed to the or
August. In the vicinity of the lake phans’ home at Silverton.
tract for the construction of the new miner, who did business in Foots creek
Weekly ca*h salary of 118 and all
edifice, which is to be known as the district so long. Is now located on Suck
trailing expenses and hotel bills
There will be a match game of base ground exposed to the sun Is bare, but
The Nunan-Taylor Co. is the name
The Ideal of Baseball.
advanced in cash each week. Ex
administration building, to J. H. Dut er creek, Josephine county. He is in ball for the championship of Southern in the timber the snow iu places
perience not essential. Mention
It is to be terested in mining property that is Oregon at Ashland next Sunday, be reaches a depth of ten feet. Mr. Ar of the mercantile corporation recently
- —— > — of - — Ashland,
——------ » for $7300.
reference and enclose self-addressed
formed to succeed to the extensive
“Johnson tried to steal second on a finished by September 26th.
proving O. K.
tween the local and Grants Pass nines, ant has bad thirteen men and three
The National, 334 Dear
business formerly conducted by J.
passed ball, but one of tl e opposing
Will G. Steel of Portland is making
born St., Chicago.
Miss Emma Reed, who has been vis two of the best clubs in the State not teams at work on the old road in tlie Nunan. The officers are J. Nunan
rooters ar nt a lead of buck«hot into preparations for the conveyance of his
iting her former home, leaves tomor p'ayiDg in leagues. It promises to be park and be ides building a bridge president, M. M. Taylor vice-president,
No Pity Shows.
him. Johnson was moved to one side, excursion party from the railroad to
row morning for Portland, where she I one of the most interesting contests forty-e'ght fe:t long his cut out of Chas. J. Nunan secretary and treasur
where he died a little later, and the Crater Lake. It will go via Medford
“Fi r years fate was after me con
holds a good position as a stenograph ' of the season, and a large crowd will the way of travel four of the steepest,
game went on. ”
tinuously,” writes F. A. Gulledge,
and the Rogue River road, returning er. She is in Medford today, accom doubtless be in attendance.
roughest hills by providing new routes. er.
Verbena, Ala. “I had a terrible case
“I d the eighth one of the Spain by way of Pelican Bay and Ashland. panied by her sister, Mia* Kate Reed.
Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Jones returned of
Teams now have an easy grade
Piles,causing 24 tumors. When all
crowd tired three times at the umpire
Miss Iva Purdin, the popular school
up to with n two miles of the lake. from their wedding trip Tuesday even failed Bucklen’s Arnica Salve cured
camp at the lake, where the party will
killing him instantly. Thia broke up arrive August 8.
The busiest and mightiest little Work on the new road will soon be ing. They received the hearty con me. Equally good for Burns and all
teacher, and Mr. Schueler, the S. P.
thing that ever was made is Dr. King’s
gratulations and best wishes of all, who aches and pains. Only 25; at City
Blue-print maps of any township in Co.’s agent at Wolf Creek, a clever
Such are some simple details of an Roseburg, Oregon, Land District, shows young man, were married last Sunday. New Life Pills. These change weak
hope that they may remain among us. Drug Store.
ness into strength, listlessness into
interesting game of baseball played in ing all the vacant lands, for 50 cent In unison with their many friends we energy, brain-fag into mental power. Released Their Comrades I The New York mine, located in the
LUMBER AND SHINGLES.
the vicinily of Quitman, Ga., last each. If you want any information tender congratulations and hope that They’re wonderful in building up the
Sunday, and they cannot but fill our from the U. S. Land Office, address their wedded life will be one of pros health. Only 25c per box. Sold by
The undersigned is prepared tc
A big jail de ivery occuried at by J. B. Scott and his associates,
Title Guarantee & Loan Co., Rose perity and unalloyed bliss
City Drug Store.
Northern baseball “fans” with hu burg, Oregon.
Dakar C tv, Thur day night. Norris who formerly operated in Williams furnish rough and finished lumber oi
the best quality, with dispatch anc
miliation. For while a dispatch from
& R >we’a circus was In town Wednes Creek and Humbug districts, is paying st reasonable rates at my mill or
The following are the new officers of
Salt Lake informs us that (’apt. Mar
day, and ab utsnrdown several of the handsomely. A large force is em Evans Creek. Also shingles that
the W. C. T. U. of Jackson County,
shall, of the home team, swatted
eup’oyes of the circus and some n gro ployed there and the mill kept running have no superior.
elected at the annual convention re
P. W ilson , Spikenard, Ore.
Pitcher Hauser, of the Ogden club,
tr n ps ve e arre tel on a charge of steadily.
cently held in Medford. We gave
over the head with a bat, and almost
ittempl ing burglary iu the Vendome
apartal list of them in a late issue:
The brick work on our school house
got lynched, we have noiecoid ofaD
in that city. Ju»t be'ore the
President, Mrs. M. A. Stoner of Ash
been completed and the carpenters
umpire being hammered, much less
emu- train pulled out a' out a dozen
land; Cor. Sec., Mrs. Anne Robbins of
begun their operations. It is the
killed, during the prtceeiings. The Ashland; Rec Sec., Mrs. R. G Brown
of ihe employes, armed with crow-
opinion that the building
palm lies with Georgia players, who,
of Eagle Point; tieaturer, Mrs. E P
ba s st**l n from the railroad toal
Those who are gaining flesh
taxpayers entirely too
and strength by regular treat
by the way, were of tlie African per Hammond of Medford; vice-president
hotis“, bro<e open thecliy jiil, where
much money. Bigger and better
at large, Mrs. D. E. Hyde of Ashland;
their c mpanioas were imprisoned,
organizer, Mrs. Alice V. Buck of Med
buildings have lately been pat up in
It can readily be seen that the ford.
an tall git away on the outgoing
the valley at a less cost,
should continue the treatment
Northern patrons <f baseball will not
tiain. An alarm was then given by a
In hot weather; smaller dose
The Eugene Guard of Wednesday
and a little cool milk with It will
Mr. and Mrs. James Boyce and Mrs.
be satisfied with the present tedious said: Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Linn last
ne.ri who was In the j til for drunk
do away with any objection
and humdrum proceedings if the en evening entertained the “birthday
which Is attached to fatty pro
enness he be>n< the only prisoner who Taylor, prominent citizens of Muncie,
ducts during the heated
Indiana, visited with their friends, Mr.
tertainment offered to Georgia specta party” at the home of Mrs. Linn’s
did uot escip?.
Send for free sample.
and Mrs T. J. Williamson and Mr.
mother, Mrs. J. A. Straight, in honor
SCOTT 4 BOWNE, Chemist».
It is all very well to enjoy the proud of Miss Corinne Linn, who is their
409-4*5 Pearl Street,
Mr. Idleman Dead.
.00; all druggists.
way to McMinnville. They were
and inalienable privilege of throwing guest from Jacksonville. The event
pop bottles at the umpire, and of de was given a air of the burlesque, and
After an illness of several months treated to a ride through the valley
signating him as “thief,” “robber,” low-necked dresses and swallow tails:
Silas Idleman, aged 81 years, died and are delighted with it.
“porch climber,” etc.; but such rec were ordered on the invitations. The ’
Friday night at the residence of his
There is one rational way to treat
reation is tame as compared with event was one of unmitigated joy to'
daughter in Portland. His borne nasal catarrh; the medicine is applied
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Mouldings, Doors
to the affected membrane. The
pluggings btae runnf r with a load cf the guests and entertainers.
remedy is Ely’s Cream Balm. It re
Frank M. Wilson, deputy district
and Window Frames and Casings, Dimension
buckshot or peppering the umpire
been visiting with members of his stores the inflamed tissues to a healthy
with a six shojter from the grand grand master, on Friday evening in-1
Timbers—Everyth ng Complete for a House,
family in Oregon forseveral months state without drying all the life out of
stalled the following officers of Ashland
His visit has been longer than them and it gives back the lost senses
It is quite evident that the North
taste and smell. The sufferer who is
Furnished Promptly. : : : : :
lie expected on account of his sick of
ern basebail managers will have to Lodge, I. O. O. F.: Fred Engle, noble
tired of vain experiments should use
catch up with the procession and in
ness. Mr. Idleman had a number of Cream Balm. Druggists sell it for
ject some ginger into their pro Evans, secretary; F. M. Drake, treas
of sons and daughters, most of whom 50 cts. Ely Brothers,56 Warren Street ,
grammes if they are to rcta’n tneir urer; Geo. G. Ogg, warden; A. W.Stor
J. W. HILL, Principal,
a e well known in Portland. Among New York, will mail it.
ey, conductor; Thornton Wiley, inside
So long as Georgia puts up an article guard; Arthur Smith, outside guard;
Another enterprise which will add 24th & Marshall Sts., Portland, Orc
of baseball like that at Quitman, the B. F. Wagner. R. S. N. G.; E. J. Far-
C M. Idleman, at’orney;C. L. Id le to the prosperity and Importance of
est Market Price Paid for Lumber Fiom Any Mill
American and National League en low, L. S. N. G.; A. S. Payne, R. S. V. |
m in, a merchant at Sandy; Rev. Mr. our town is the box factory that the
in Southern Oregon: ::::::
tertainment can hardly be deemed G.; 8. M. Rhodes, L. S. N. G.;C.Sher-
Idleman, pis'or of the Episcop 11 Iowa Lumber Co. will soon build here.
more exhilarating tliau croquet ur man, L. S. S.
Church at Medford; Mrs. Hunt, wli se The machinery has been ordered and
The Cottage Grove Nugget says
husband is foreman of the Willam- work on the building will be begun at
that William Robinson of Jacksonville
atte lion Work«, and Mrs. Myers, of once. It will be located in the vicinity
visited his brother-in-law
of the planing mill. The capacity of
The wife of Chas. Morgan, who “Uncle Billy,” aB he is familiarly
1 the factory will be large and its produc
lives near Tolo, was brought into the known, was on his return from a visit
tion will be of a first-class quality.
New buildings, modern and eomplet«.
County Court Thursday, on a charge to Junction City, where he partici
Manual training, Military disciplin«.
of insanity. Dr. Gale conducted I lie pated In a happy family reunion, five
Boys successfully fitted for all co -
Thomas Bailey, veterans of the Indian leges or for business life.
examination, and adjudged that the brothers and their families being pres
Principal of t wenty -five years’ exp< -
war, have been allowed a pension by
unfortunate woman was Imane That ent. It is rather a remarkable occur
the U. S. Government and also their rience
has stood the test 25 years. . Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million
evening Sheriff Rader and Mr. Morgan rence that five brothers, all on tr>e
Boys of any age admitted at any
portion of the sum appropriated b.v the time.
left for Salem with her. Iler insanity position to meet at one time. “Uncle
No Cure, No Pay.
bottles. Does this record of merit a, «¡al to you ?
legislature. The two first named served
W rite for catalogue.
Is of long standing, though it is notvf Billy” is the oldest, being 75 years of
L package of Grove’s Black Root» Liver Pills.__________ ___
Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten
Fall term opens September 16.
the company commanded by Capt.
age, while the youngest is 67.
a dangerous type.
THE GOVERNOR HAS
ano rxn rarv
IOWA LUMBER COMPANY
and FINISH Second
THE IOWA LUMBER CO.,
A PRIVATE BOARDINC
and DAY SCHOOL for
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic