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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1903
The Gold Ray Rod and Gun Club
held a social session Saturday night,
and a numbor of its members next day
indulged in hunting ducks, having fine
sport. It has been decided to fit up the
club house in fine style, with all modern
conveniences. The club has an excell
ent membership and is in a flourishing
Opposition to Repeal.
W. R Stansell was a Medford
Considerable grain was put In dry
( Mis» Ella Orth tarried awhile in Med
ground during the fall, which is now
There Is a considerable rum1 er of
HOW HIS EXPERTNCE HELPED HIS
members < f Congress who are opposed
Ed. Wilkineon and his wife spent
to changing the existing land laws,
Bills to Cure Existing Evils A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John
been visiting in Medford.
Sunday at Jacksonville.
their repeal may prove more diffi
E. Cowgill (nee Miss Sallie Maury) at
After Her Father’s »rath MI m Ba.'thcl
in U. S. Land Laws
Judge Day was among those who
Mrs. Chas. Prim and Mrs. Theo
Elucou n tered Serious »itiioult les
Have Already Been
Cameron were Medford visitors Mon went to Medlord Tuesday.
Hut Overvalue Them.
I* to te any reform in tie
Those who wish to add to their ro3e
M irs Kate Plymale has been visiting public land laws at the approaching
The Rev. Charles Boechel, late poster
gardens should plant bushes or put out
:f the German Methodist Episcopal
Ex-Gov. Moody of Salem and hia relatives residing in Medford.
session it is t > be accompli-be! over
cuttings during the present month.
i'lurch in Wichita, Kaniias. was one of
Senator Hansbrough of Nortli Da-
J. R. Morrison of Sam's Valley was the vigorous protest, of Chairman
wife are at Ashland, visiting their son
John H. Smart of Fort Klamath has
the best known ministers of tho state, kota ha* introduced a bill in the U. S.
in Medford the forepart of the week.
Lacey, of the House public lands
having served in all it.* principal cities senate, which by implication repeals sold his band of sheep, numbering
A. D. Oliver of Steamboat, the ex committee, who believe* Hie present
during his long pastorate. Hiadaughter, the timber and stoneact, under which 2600, to Klum & McKendree, for
laws should not be disturbed. Nut
very naughty town for some time vllle Saturday, the guest of Mrs A. E. pert miner, was with us Wednesday.
Miss Lydia Ihiechel, now residing at No.
|2.25 per head.
past, particularly so of late, is expe Reames.
only is Mr Lacey opposed to modify
421 South Water street, Wichita, also land is now acquired at *2.50 an acre
The different streams wore full of
ing the timber and stone, desert land
hus a wida acquaintance and b. r evi regardless of its real value. The meas water during the big rain storm, but [ riencing a moral wave. J.C. Rutenic,
Mrs. W. R. Byrum of Table Rock plegate were among us Wednesday.
homestead commutation laws,
dence oil an important topic will com ure is intended to cure defects in ex
tlie at torney, seems to be the chief fvas in Medford Monday, en route to
Gus Mitchell has returned from a
isting laws, stop speculation in public did no damage. They are not carry-1 mogul of the reformers, and be had
mand attention. She says:
he says are perfectly proper, if
short visit in Siskiyou county, Calif.
•• For six years I suffered with a ner timber lands and put an end to the iug so much now.
they are strictly enforced, but be is
proceedings instituted that cause da
Mrs. John S. Orth, also Mrs. E. C.
Mrs. Wm. Puhi and her mother, radically oppoed to any amendment
vous debility which physicians failed to frauds which recently have grown
A matrimonial wave is sweeping over number of law breakers to be indicted
Wells of Gold Hill, were in Medford Mrs. Coulter, were recent visitors in
relieve and finally I was confined to my intoa national scandal. It was refer- Southern Oregon, and threatens to and fined.
of the lieu land law, for whose repeal
lx <1, a victim qf nervous prostration. I red to the committee on public lards, overwhelm a large portion of its resi
such a great clamor has gone up on
w is so nervous that I could not sleep,
W. H. Bradshaw, the farmer-capi the Pacific Coast.
S. B. Simmons, who has a homestead
dents, both old and young.
my stomach got *> bad that everything
The Secretary of the Interior is
Houck’s dam in Rogue River was of the town ani fined *375 and costs. located not far from Jacksonville, was talist, has been in Medford during the
‘‘Ttie more stringent you make land
I ate hurt iuo and my system became
laws,” says Mr. Lacey, “the greater
washed out Saturday, and Gold Hill is He pleaded guilty to an indictment in Medford Tuesday.
w.>ru out from the nervousness and took
Regular services will be held at the will be the incentive to violate them.
make examinations and estimates rel without electric lights. The proprietors for gambling, and was taxed *50
J. L. Thorndike, the expert miner,
E. Church Sunday by4tev. Sanford If the existing laws are rightly en
•• When my father was alive he fre ative to quantity and value of the are having more than their share of more. Both sums were paid.
has returned from Baker county, ac
All are welcome.
quently took Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills timber and stone on the public lands, misfortune.
forced they are entirely adequate. I
Half a dozen others, also charged companied by his wife.
for Pale People when lie was worn out and to sell the right to dispose of the
not one of those who flies off at
Joe Russell, the well-lcnown stock
and nervous f-.-om preaching and tliev same in such quantities, as may seem
the Missouri Mining Co., has returned the wild cries of fraud. As for the
always h,-!; d him,
I decided t > see
o his old home in Missouri.
while the others were assessed •50 after bis firm’s Interests.
lieu law,it would be manifestly unfair
wliat they would do f >r mo. After taking advisable, to the highest bidders. ness while he was in Klamath county, apiece.
to repeal that statute—unfair to per
is convalescent. He is now at his home
oue box I experienced relief anil a few
Chas. Meserve returned to Jackson-
boxes cured me. I am perfectly willing of timber on Indian lands in Minne in Josephine county.
Jrille Tuesday, after au absence of two Murdock, the present incumbent, to be sons who still hold land in forest re
to have this statement published in the sota. The title to the land remains
postmaster at Klamath Falls.
serves. Moreover, as long as the law
[weeks in Columbia countv.
Turkeys are coming into market at a
hope that it will N- tho means of 1. ' dug in the Government, and the Secretary
stands, the Interior Department will
lively rate and several thousand of
Live agents to sell Dr. White’* j Dr. C. C. Pletcher has gone to San
other sufferers t i regain their heal.a.”
of the Interior may fix the limit of
be extremely cautious how it creates
them will be shipped to California
Dr .Wiliiams’Pink Pillsfor Pale People
Francisco, to practice his profession.
new reserves. It is a good law, and
returned to Applegate recently.
are an unfailing specific for all diseases time in which the purchaser of the during the next week. They bring 13 Cure dandruff, hair falling out, sick His family accompanied him.
and nervous headache*, yet cost no
arising from impoverished blood or weak right shall remove the timber or cents a pound in this market.
J. R. Norris of Ashland, the popular ought to stand.”
more than an ordinary comb. Sells
Mrs. A. Furry and Mrs. J. A. Graffis
ened. unstrung nerves — two fruitful stone. The right to cut the timber
After over a week of almost continual on sight. Agents are wild with suc of Ptoenix precinct attended the Bel merchant, has returned from a visit of
causes of nearly all the ailments to and make it a merchantable quantity
several weeks in Oakland, Calif.
which mankind is heir. They have
rain the clouds broke away Sunday cess. Seud 50c for »ample (half price) linger-Dickey nuptials Sunday.
Write quick. The Dr. White Electric
cured locomotor ataxia, partial pamlvsis, is made inalienable.
W. T. Kinney and R. A. Pech of
Comb Co., Decatur 1 H.J
If Senator Hansbrough’s measure
St. Vitus’ dance, sciatica, neuralgia,
School Superintendent Dally has
Creek were in the central valley
rheumatism, nervous headache, the af becomes a law all the timber land on the year is prevailing. There is con
been in Medford and Ashland during
Between 8 o’clock a. m. Friday and
ter-effects of the grip, palpitation of the the public domain will be withdrawn siderable frost at night, however.
a short time ago, on land business.
the past week, on official business.
the same hour Saturday, 24 hours, 2i
heart, pale and sallow complexions and
Hon. C. E.Wlarmon has been re-ap
Services will be held at the Presby inches of rain fell. This is probably
all forms of weakness either in male or from entry, and the Government wil)
D. W. Knutzen of Thompson Creek
terian church Sunday, at the usual a record breaker, as none can recol
enter upon the policy of disposing of pointed postmaster of Grants Pass,
and Jacob Knutzen of Steamboat were
Dr. Williams’Pink Pills for Pale People its timber at its market value. One without opposition. He has lately fixed
hour, by the pastor,Rev. F.G. Strange. lect when more moisture dropped in a
The Supreme Court, which rarely
are sold by all dealers or will be sent provision in the bill prohibits the up his office in modern style, and it is reverses Judge Hanna, although be in our town one day during the past
Miss Mae Phipps, who is teaching single day.
postpaid on receipt of priee, fifty cents a
decides many important cases, lias
at Grants Pass, was at home for
The present month has never bad
box; six boxes for two dollars and a half, entry of these lands under the home- one of the handsomest in the state
Jeff. Heard, of the Oro Grande Min-
by addressing Dr. Williams Medicine stead or land laws. It is argued by
awhile, awaiting the scare over a few its equal in this line. Already 6 50
Joe A. Thomas, the Socialist states again affirmed one of his decisions.
Co., Schenectady, N. Y. Do not trust Senator Hansbrough tbat io leaving man, Is having a neat residence built
Mrs. Mary H. Hanley, through her ing Co., operating in Steve’s Fork dis cases of scarlet fever to subside.
inches of rain have fallen, although
trict, left for the scene of operations
the won! of a man who says he has the the fee to the land in the Government
normal rainfall fjr November is
W. M. Colvig left Wednesday even
genuine Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills in bulk.
None of these famous pills ever leave the reforeslration will take place and the the Medford—Jacksonville road. It against Mrs. E. J. Rubli, who,
ing for Victoria, on business connected less than 2} inches.
R. M Clute is in Applegate district,
factory except in packages bearing the sale of timber will be a source of will be one of the best in this section.
through a sale < n execution, became
From present appearances Jupiter
with the supreme lodge of the A. O. U.
Well-known trade-mark composed of the large revenue.
assisting in the development of the W.
will cease hostilities, at least
seven words—“ Or Willianw’ Puik Pills
The second section of the bill opportunity pass to say a good word ly a part of the Hanley estate, which Maid of the Mist mine, in which he is
Rev. J. D. Murphy will hold services fur a short time.
for Pale People.”
amends the lieu land section so for it. In this way benefit will result fell to the share of the plaintiff’s Interested.
at the Catholic church in Jacksonville
Miss Etta Smart, who has been visit Sunday at8:30a. m. and at Medford at
as to provide when a settler whose and the people of the town be brought husband, the late John A. Hanley.
M ining promoters , in the good entry falls within a forest reserve,
into closer relations for their own good As she was not a party to the tiansac- ing relatives living in Missouri during 10:30 a. m.
ness of their hearts, often offer to al selects another pieee of land in lieu of every way.
tion through which the decease! lost the past year, returned to Klamath
Thus. R. Rock and his brother, Jas.
low their friends to get into their cor his original entry it must be more
the property, Mrs. Hanley sought to county lately.
Harry Egbert, who shot and killed
two of Thompson creek’s thrifty
Fannie Ralph Joffray has been di recover a dower interest in the same,
porations on the ground floor. This, of valuable for agricultural purposes
G. Saxton and Jack West sever
citizens, made us a short visit the fore
course, means that they are to be ad than for timber or stone. Under the vorced from Albert Joffray, who Is con amounting to one-half under a late sonville, his former home, accompanied part of the week.
ago, while they were trying
mitted as charter members and on the existing laws many of the entrymen nected with the U. S. mail service. law of the Legislature.
him, in Harney county, is
John Vincent, who has been stopping
same terms as the promoters them who find themselves within a forest They were married at Ashland last
Judge Hanna decided in Mrs Han Pomeroy, Wash.
county prison at Burns.
at Woodville, is again a resident of
selves. If the offer was honestly carried reserve cut and dispose of the timber year, but the legal proceedings were ley’s favor, and on appeal to the Su
guarded, in anticipa
Table Rock district. He was in Med
out it would mean that such friends on the land, and later go outside of bad at Portland.
preme Court affirmed his decision.
on the jail by friends
Miss Minnie McElroy, who has been
were offered blocks of stock for nothing, the re-erve and tile a homestead on
Mrs. Kubli’s attorneys contended Ashland. He is engag 'd in mining in
of the dead men, although such a
acceptably conducting the dining room »rial tli« old law, whicu provided for a
I red Ruch, one of the energetic
for the ordinary promoter pays practi other tlmter land.
the southern part of Josephine county. farmers of Thompson creek district thing is not anticipated.
cally nothing for bls stock. The only
The third section of the bill amends
Egbert Ttag captured <n Idaho, prin
Judge Hanna, who has been bolding was among us Wednesday, accom
money spent in the work of develop the act of March 11, 1901, and requires ing caravansary, last week ceased pevail, inasmuch as it was in force
cipally through the efforts of Consta
ment is what comes from the sale of all proofs of commuted homestead her connection therewith. She is when the judgment against Hanley the November ternr. of court for Klan.- panied by his second son.
ble McCoy of Elko, Nevada. Bis trial
ath county, returned home Sunday ev.
stock to the investor, and in the mean and desert land entries to be made succeeded by Miss A. Scbmidiing.
Miss Ida Knight—that was her name has been set for December 1st.
was obtained and tl.eland in question
ening. He dispose! of a large amount before she married—has been visiting
time th«> promoter unloads his stock on before registers and receivers in local
Several carloads of prunes have been was sold.
of business in a short time.
the dear public. However, after the laud ofices. This proposed amend shipped out of the valley lately,most of
her mother, Mrs. R. Benedict of Apple Recovered Speech and Hear
C. Hafer and C. C. Hart of Council gate. She is now a resident of Chicago.
investor gets in, be generally gets out ment to existing laws is recommended which are now on their way to France,
Bluffs, Iowa,president and treasurer of
of the cellar door minus his money. by the Commissioner of the Genera) from whence they will be returned in
The eldest son of Geo. Huffman of
Then, when too late, he regrets being Land Office, who, in his last report, the French state. The price paid was
Messrs E ly B ros .—I commenced
Applegate precinct was in our town
■ i had absolutely no business in and Edgar Hafer, eons of the former, Wednesday, en route to Scott Valley, using your Cream Balm about two
beguiled by the honeyed words of the says: The privileges gained by the on the llcent basis for the largest size.
promoter or the gold bricks of in act have been greatly abused, partic
Portland whatever at this time.” have been at Medford several times Calif., where Fred Bolt is engaged in years ago for catarrh. My voice was
District Attorney Luttrell of Siskiyou,
somewhat thick and my hearing was
said Judge H. L. Benson of Klamath during the past week.
stallment stocks and guaranteed divi ularly by United States commis
dull. My hearing has been fully re
Caiif., In accordance wtth the instruc
A. W. Shearer, the well-known
sioners, who have often been parties tions of the grand jury, has ordered Falls, to a Telegram reporter Mon
J asper Tungate and Miss Blanche stored and speech has become quite
to wholesale frauds in connection the removal of all slot machines in that day: “but Hammond found out that is in Medford, spending several days Smith of Big Butte were married in clear. I am a teacher in our town.
L. G. B rown , Granger, O.
I didn't have to go to work until after with his family. He is foreman of the Medford Nov. 18th by Rev. E. A
with proofs made before them.
county, and those who fail to comply
does not irritate or cause
it wa9 over with, so he seized onto Missouri Mining Co., which is operat Child, We wish them much joy and sneezing. Sold
by druggists at 50 cts.
will be fined heavily, besides losing
to me and made ma promise tbat I ing in Steve’s Fork district. J.J. Win prosperity.
FROM SOUTH AFRICA
or mailed by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren
would stay and help him through.”
J. W. O. Vaughn and J. M. Toms, St., New York.
Last week S. P. Moss of Lake coun
“What’s the matter with Hammond time.
Only Makes a Bad Matter Worse.
who have been stopping in Medford,
ty, who was a volunteer soldier in In
!s a Common Spring Trouble.
Perhaps you have never thought of dian wars of this State, received notice anyway?” was asked by bystanders, Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy Is returned to Steamboat this week. The
who had begun to wonder what sort
It,’s a sign that the blood is deficient it, but the thought must be apparent
former, who bad one of his eyes badly
Pleasant to Take.
from Washington that he had been al of a set ape the attorney had got him
in vitality, just as pimples and other to every one that constipation is caus
The finest quality of granulated loaf hurt, is recovering.
ed by a lack of water in the system, lowed a pension He also received a self into.
sugar is used in the manufacture of
eruption! are signa that the blood and the use of drastic cathartics, like voucher for *113 85, back pay since the
Many of the members of the Legis
Eugene L. Cass, who has been at
"Why, he’s going to marry his ste Cbamt erlaln’sCough Remedy, and ti e
the old fashioned pills, only makes a law went into effect.
whom Gov. Chamberlain has
Grants Pass fur sometime past, acting
nngrapher,’’ was the explanation; and roots used in its preparation give it a
bad matter worse. Chamberlain's
on the subject are not dis
It’s a warning, too, which only the Stomach
and Liver Tablets are much
Judge Prim was in Medford Tuesday, the story developed that A. S. Ham fl iv<>r similar to maple syrup, making
give the p'edge he asks.
hazardous fail to heed.
more mild and gentle in their effect, having been called to hear a charge of mond, a Southern Or-gon lawyer, for
erick. of Poolesville, Md., in speaking his wife In California.
His Excellency is reported as saying:
and when the proper dose is taken insanity preferred against Mrs. Emma
merly of Medford, but now located in of this remedy, says: “I have use!
their action is so natural that one can
“I am waiting to hear from the
J. A. Blew, who has been connected
hardly realize it is the effect of medi Northrup. Dr. Jones conducted the Grant’s Pass D to be married t' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with
of the Legislature, and un
cine. Try a 25c bottle of them, For examination and pronounced the un Miss Charity Maldonado ofSellwoid. my children for several years and can with J. C. Whipp and F. L. Wright in less they as-ure me tbat nothing but
fortunate woman insane. She will be The weddiog will occur at the bride’s of the kind 1 know of. The children the Southern Oregon Marble Co., has the tax matter will be considered I
Remove it, give new life, new cour sale by All Druggists.
taken to Salem at once.
h< me Wednesday evening November like to take it and it has no injuriou- disposed of his interests and moved to will Dot call an txtra session. Peti-
age, strength and animation.
after effect. For sale by all druggists. Sisson, Calif.
Postmaster Hammersly of Gold Hill 18.
They cleanse the blood and clear tho
t ons will h ive nothing to do with it.
L. R Fields, superintendent of the The matter rests with the Legisla
has prevailed on the Postofflce Depart
S. P. lines In Oregon, says there is no ture.”
ment to order all trains carrying U. S.
Accept no substitute.
The instructors who attended the mail to take mail from tbat thriving
foundation to the rumors of a change
“I felt tired all the time and could not
schedule time or removal of the eat
Sleep. After taking Hood's Sarsaparilla
ing station from Albany to Eugene.
a while I could sleep well and the tired Josephine counties are wrathy. They compelled to install another operator,
A Bad Fix
Tbat settles it.
feeling had gone. This great medicine has feel tbat they were imposed upon by who will put the mail aboard night
Whan one wake* up achine from head to foot, and with
Horace Mann, erstwhile publi-her
also cured me of scrofula.” Mas. C. M. Dr. Woods Hutchison, secretary of trains.
the flesh tender to the touch, «hen
Geo. A. Dyson, who is managing of the Medford E quirer.has launched
Boor, Gilead, Conn.
the Stale Board of Health, ne was
Olwell Bros , who have been buying
the Yellow Jacket or McIntyre mine,
a newspaper at Oroville, Calif., which
Wood’s Sarsaparilla promises to invited by the scbtol superintendents many carloads of apples, as well as
located in Forest creek district, for the he calls the Journal. It is pt inted in
Cure and keeps the promise.
of those counties to speak. He went raising a few trainloads themselves,
new proprietors, has a small force em m igazine form and presents a neat ap
and spoke, and he also presented a wtll in a few days begin packing a
makes erery motion of the body painful, the surest
ployed in developing the property, pearance. In his salutatory he ask-
and quickest way out of tho trouble Is to use
bill In each case of *40, making *80 in large quantity they purchased at Yon-
which promises veil.
T he Democrats of the U. S. Senate
the public to “treat him at least with
all for what he had to say, which con colla, Douglas county. H. T. Pankey
The examination of Fleming, who tlie charily they would tveord a bash
have determined to oppose the ratifi
sisted mainly in telling what a great
recently stabbed Geo. Pel leit in the ful boy, not that we are unused to fac
cation of the canal treaty with tho re thing is the State Board of Health- of Central Point will be In charge of
promptly. It warms, relax®», cure». Price, 25c. and 5OC.
back with a pocket knife at A. D ing tlie public in a newspaper way.”
public of Panama, should the adminis one of the greatest things that ever the work.
Percy McKenzie and Miss Elizabeth
Helms' orchard, located a few miles
tration enter upon treaty negotiations
happened. lie charged *15 for ex Buck were united in marriage in Med
south of Ashland, has been indefinitely
with that country. The Democratic penses and 925 for services in each
ford on Saturday evening by Riv. R.C.
steering committee is said to be unani
postponed. The prosecuting witness
ca««, the expenses supposed to include Blackwell. They are well-known and
mous in Its condemnation of the re
did not appear at the appointed time.
railroad fare, whether he paid his fare and expert representatives of the art
cognition the United States has given
Henry Clark of Grants Pass, the ge
D. M. C. Gault, the p'oprietor of
or rode on a pas*. What makes the preservative, and have many friends.
to the creation of the new government
Independent, printed at Hillsboro,
instructors mad is the fact tbat Dr. We extend our congratulations and
of the Isthmus. It is learned on
brick buildings than anyone else en Washington county, and a well-known
Hutchison put hi his bills and gut bit hope that prosperity and happiness un
authority of a member thereof that
gaged in the business in Southern Ore journalist, was in Medford Saturday,
money early In the game and scooted limited will always be in store for
the sentiment of the committee is to go for home, taking about all the money
gon, is finishing a substantial edifice, accompanied by Ills son Will, who is
before the country in support of the
stories high, for Henry Thornton. employed in the State Printer’s office
there was in each county’s institute
Inquiries have been made in this
Spooner act, to show tbat the Demo
only first-class work, which at Salem. They have been negotiat
fund, and leaving nothing for the city in regard to two men, E. L. Good I
cratic party is not antagonistic to the
ing for the purchase of the Mill.
others, who stayed and did the actual and Lester Good, who have been arrest
building of the canal. It is claimed
instructing,as the ¡alary of Dr. Hutch ed in San Francisco as highwaymen.
The recital given by Mrs Susie Neil’s Nothing d( finite lias been accom
that the law is on the side of the Demo ison as secretary of the State Board
plished as yet, we are informed.
in music recently was a success
One of them had letters in his posses
cratic programme, inasmuch as the
Health is *3000 a year, the Instructors sion signed “Ione,” from a young girl
in every way. We were not furnished
Spooner act is a Republican measure.
ance; fine Library; well equipped Chemical and Physical
think he should have r< trained from at Phoenix, and referring to some
with the program, hence its absence Reduced Rates Thanksgiving
taking all of the institute money.es- trouble he was in that place. The
from our columns. Her pupils are pro
The Southern Pacific Company will
; ' ", as ' his
services consi-ltd Tribune made inquiries at Phoenix by
ings throughout; old buildings repaired; fine Water Supply
gressing nicely, reflecting much credit
sell tickets at one and one-third fare
mainly in advertising his pet organ i-
sat ion. Dr. Hutchison will probably telephone, but no one could be found
I’hey may appear in public in the near for round trip between all points on
School Good and Stimulating to Best Effort on th? Part of
its Oregon lines,on account of Tlianks-
not have frequent invitations to ad who knew anything about the men,
future. All hope they will.
giviugday. Tickets will be sold on
dress teachers’ institutes in tbe though there is a young girl named
the Student; Living Expenses Nominal; Departments in
T he amount of money in circulation November 25ih and 26th, and wi 1 be
Ione living near there; but this throws
Charge of Specialists; Special Opportunities for Study of
limited for return to the 27th. All
n the United States is now $2,382,000, who desire to take advantage of this
no light on the matter.
Vocal and Instrumental Music Afforded.
>00, which is the largest sum in the his reduct on can secure tickets from
GRAND CHRISTMAS RAFFLE.
The late Chris. Arnold was burled in
Send for Catalogue to
tory of the country. In 1896 the figures nearest Southern Pacific agent, on
Jacksonville Cemetery, Nov. 10th.
vere *1,506 000,000, which shows an in dates mentioned.
A raffle for *100 In U. S. gold coin Funeral services were he’d at the resi
of money in circulation of over
B. F. MULKEY, President « crease
will take place at the Banquet Salo m dence of Mrs. E. Hockenyos in Med
0 per cent in seven years. This is di-
WANT E D—S EVEBAL PE RSONS
in Jacksonville on Thursday night,
i-ectly due to tho enormous production of character and good reputation in
Dec. 24, 1903. The per.-on throwing ford, by Rev. W. F. Shields. The de-
of our mines.
i a li *tate (one in this county re
tie highest number with dice will I ceased was born in Baden, Germany,
quiied) *o represent and advertise old
get *75, and the lowest throw takes 1 Jan. 28, 1843, coming to America and
eMsblished wcdtliy bu-ines* house of
the remaining *25. Chances will settling in Iowa in 1868 He was married
oli,! fin il ciul standing. Salary *21.00
rame from one <ent to *1. A fine
the moil dependable
. to Elizabeth Munn Due. 21, 1869, the
kly with expenses additional, all
armenta in the world
p ya le in raUi < irect etery Wednes-
raffle, which will be conducted to in ■ couple coming to Oregon In 1884. There
for working men
r in he r’ • ffic c. !i r eat d car
ure general sati-factiou.
survive him bis wife, a brother, John
has stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Minion
iti! f ni-l t d when nece-sary. Ref-
Arnold, and a sister, Mrs. Eva Hock-
t ret ces. Enclose s-'lf-addre sed en
enyos, ail of Medford. Mr. Arnold was
bottles. Does this record of merit appeal to you?
No Cure, No Pay.
8’o Care Cousiipanon rureter
Vtl ipe. Colonial, 332 Deartorn SL
an industrious, upright man, and high
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of Oowwh Stock ILooGUvsrPau____________
ike Cucareta Candy Cathartic 10c ori
ly esteemed by those who knew him.
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PROPOSED IN CONGRESS
THE OLD RELIABLE
Law Breakers Come to Grief.
Some Moisture Fell.
A Murderer in Jail
A Thrifty Lecturer.
Soreness and Stiffness
St. Jacobs Oil
Want a Newspaper.
State Normal School,
Absolutely Pure. '
THERE IS ND SUBSTITUTE
Placer miners are jubilant over the
prospect for an early run of water.
The Davidson Bros, are preparing
to do some extensive mining this win
ter, as are also Miller & Savage.
The heavy nin commenced falling
this month on the same day that it
did last year, and appears to be keep«
ing up with the record of last winter’s
C. T. Davidson and W. H. Miller,
miners from Jacksonville, are in our
midst this week visiting, and inad
vertently combining business with
The bountiful crop of acorns on the
low bills and in the valleys this fall is
not only appealing to the appetite of
our swine, but is inducing bruin to
come down from “ye lofty peaks’’ and
join the hogs in the harvest. Some
of our bear hunters, howeyer, are
challenging the hairy man’s right to
disturb the peace, and as a conse
quence bear-meat is on the fall. Joe
and Lee York and John Meek cap
tured a large black one, which, when
dressed, weighed over 300 pounds; al
so Fred Miller and the Davidson
Bros, tcok in another fully as large.
J. M. Retallac, formerly from Idaho,
and a practical miner, who is now
permanently located in this district,
will do some thorough mining in the
development of the old Homestake
ledge, owned by W. S. Bailey. He re
cently bought the James Owens’ farm.
The estate of the late Henry York
is being administered on. A com
plaint was filed, asking for the re
moval of the administrator, A. S.
York; but aV the bearing held last
week Judge Booth decided that the
evidence produced did not justify his
Some idiotic scoundrel, who is to be
pitied rather than hated, his been
playing havoc with private dwelling
houses and miners* cabins in this lo
cality at tim s during the past year.
The house on the Big Mountain mine
was entered,and almost torn to pieces;
also the house of H. D. Kubli,situated
on his farm in this vicinity, has the
window sash and facing, door, etc.,
all smashed up, and other petty crim
inal work done. It is believed by
some that the guilty party has been
located, and there may be a surprise
party held s >me day before his honor,
District Attorney Reame.
M issouri F lat .
“ When the butter won’t
come put a penny in the
churn,” is an old time dairy
proverb. It often seems to
work though no one has ever
When mothers are worried
because the children do not
gain strength and flesh we
say give them Scott’s Emul
It is like the penny in the
milk because it works and
because there is something
astonishing about it.
Scott’s Emulsion is simply
a milk of pure cod liver oil
with some hypophosphites
especially prepared for delicate
Children take to it naturally
because they like the taste
and the remedy takes just as
naturally to the children be
cause it is so perfectly adapted
to their wants.
For all weak and pale and
thin children Scott’s Emulsion
is the most satisfactory treat-
We will send you
the penny, /. c., a
Br sure that this picture In
the form ot a label 1* on the
wrapper of every bottle at
Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c. and *' «•; all druggiata.
Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic
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