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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1903.
All Stuffed Up
SERVICE ON JURIES.
That’s the condition of many sufferers
from catarrh, especially in the morning.
Great difficulty is experienced in clear
ing the head and throat.
No wonder catarrh causes headache,
impairs the taste, smell and hearing,
pollutes the breath, deranges the stom
ach and affects the appetite.
To cure catarrh, treatment must be
constitutional—alterative and tonic.
Juries are indispenslble under our
system of jurisprudence. The work
of grand and petit or trial juries is
essential in both civil actions and
criminal prosecutions. The province
of the jury is to determine tlie facts.
Men of intelligence, respectability
and honor are needed for service on
juries. The list of persons liable to
jury duty are presumed to include all
who are qualified and legally liable to
serve. The names of a sufficient num
ber to constitute a panel are drawn
by lot from the whole number when
ever a jury is required and the persons
drawn are expected and required to
serve unless excused by the court,
The disinclination on the part of
business men to serve on juries is al-
most universal. The compensation
is small and the inconvenience is
But the business man who
becomes involved in litigation and
goes into court as a party to an action
at law generally finds fault with the
jury. If he is beaten be affirms that
the jurors were incompetent to under
stand his case. Let the same man be
drawn on a jury, and he will assure
the court that his business would
suffer and that no one could till his
place at the store or the bank or the
factory, and that he must be excused.
Many a judge will excuse these tueu;
but as a matter of principle they
ought to be required to serve. Jury
duty is a duty one owes as a citizen of
a free country. Tne trouble with
the country is that the people who
cousider themselves the “best citi
zens” are the worst shirks to be
found. They have no time to attend
to primaries, register or vote, and
compulsory service on a jury is regard
ed as a confiscation ot their time and
They Had a Jolly Time.
Presented With a Charter.’
THE OLD RELIABLE
This is tbe season of society elections.
Miss Jo Orth has boon making Mod-
Win. Cameron of Union was among
Melita Commander, No. 8, Knights
us one day last week.
Cool, frosty weather is the order.
Templar, of Grants Pass, which has
Nights are cold enough for nearly any Al Kader Temple, Portland, who left
Mrs. B. P. Theiss was a Jacksonville
N. C. Gunn, a prominent citizen of been working for several months
Ashland for Redding on tlie mid visitor Tuesday.
Phoenix, was in Medford Wednesday. under special dispensation, was for
night train, Friday, to attend a
C. P. Snell and his family left for the
Chas. Sullivan and his family have
Grant Shull has returned from Cali mally presented with its charter Mon
special ceremonial session ot Islam
south one day this week. They may
become residents of Medford.
fornia, where he has been for sometime day evening by Grand Commander
Temple of San Francisco, held at
Geo. H. Hill of Portland, Grand Senior
not return to Medford for sometime.
Miss Ada Norris, who has been quite past.
that place, the next day, returned
Warden Frank J. Miller of Albany,
Jos. W. O1 well of Contral Point has Sunday evening. They report a most ill, is convalescent, we are pleased to
Miss C. Linn and Mrs. T. Cameron
Grand Prelate A. M. Knapp of Port
gone to New York, to study the fruit enjoyable trip and a large gathering learn.
were in Medford the forepart of the
••I was afflicted with catarrh. I took
land and Grand Captain-General Geo.
situation, and may extend his trip to of Mystic Sliriners at Shasta’s county
medicines of different kinds, giving each
Fred Barneburg leaves for San Luis week.
H. Burnett of Salem.
a fair trial; but gradually grew worse until
seat. A class of 78 novitiates were Obispo, Calif., Saturday, to spend the
Mr. and Mrs. N. Cooke of Willow
I could hardly bear, taste or smell. I then
Initiation occupied tbe greater part
concluded to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, and
Jas. Murray, who was formerly en led across the burningsands to Mecca, winter.
Springs precinct visited in Medford of the afternoon and evening, and the
after taking five bottles I was cured and
gaged in painting and paper-hanging some 400 Shriuers fr. m far and near
Miss Carrie Dyar and Miss Lillian Wednesday.
CoinmaDdery Btarts with thirty-five
bave not had any return of tbe disease
here, is in tho same business at Eugene, joining in the ceremonies of the oc Hiity, of Ashland, visited friends in
since.” E vukmk F orb as, Iebanon, Kan.
Thos. H. Brown was over from members.
and doing well.
casion, which concluded with an elab Medford Sunday.
On Tuesday afternoon occurred the
Beagle the forepart of the week, on
Hotel de Rader is again without an orate banquet at Hotel Loienz. An
Cures catarrh—it soothes and strength
occupant. Taxpayers are not losing excursion by special train from Red will pay other points in the Willam
ens the mucous membrane and builds
Messrs. Mahan and Hafer, young which were witnessed by a number of
much sleep over the moral wave that ding to Keswick and Iron Mountain, ette Valley a visit.
up the whole system.
miners living at Ashland, were with us invited guests.
seems to be spreading over Southern to view the extensive mines and
Tne following officers were installed:
Absolutely Pure. -
Mrs. C. F. Young of Gold Hill is be one day this week.
smelters of the Mountain Copper ing visited by her mother, Mrs. A. P.
Em. Com., W. II. Hampton; Gen., W.
I t appear« that tho voting machine
H. Flanagan; C. G., J. Felzner; Pre I THEMIS ND SUBSTITUTE
Five hundred Pelton-Neil beef cattle Company, was ode of the features of Hammond of Ashland.
is in this section, lookiug for a good
has come to stay, and a long-suffering
late, L. L. Jewell; Recorder, Geo. S.
were driven through Klamath Falls
Mrs. J. W. Opp and her children mining proposition.
public will be devoutedly thankful at
Among the Sliriners of the pilgrim went to Portland Friday evening and
Calhoun; Treas., P. H. Harth; Gen.
Saturday. They were cattle pur
Mr. and Mrs. E. Jackson, relatives of War., G. W. Donnell; Warder, R. L.
this simplification of the cumbersome
chased early in the fall in Wood River age from Southern Oregon were:
Benedict of Applegate, are visi ting Coe; Stand Bearer, A. E. Carlson;
machinery of our elections. Machines
valley by J. H. Mitchell.
Ashland—E. I). Briggs, E. H. Bris
A. N. Smith and A. F. Rogers o in Southern Oregon.
were u«ed in the recent elections in
Sword Bearer, I. A. Robie; Sentinel,
When you want a pleasant purgative tow, G. S. Butler, D. C Agler, C. W. Portland, the genial commercial men,
Sheriff Rader left for Salem Monday
New York City, and a trial of them
Jacksonville's town tax will be 10 Henry Thornton. Tbe evening was
try Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Barber, E. V. Carter, G. W. Dunn,
was made in the last municipal contest
mills, the board of trustees having given ever to pleasure, there being a evening with Henry Smith, who was
Tablets. They are east- to take and Heafm Fox, D. B. Grant, Gust. El- have been among us again.
produce no nausea, griping or other
in San Francisco. They proved a
W. F. Bos has returned Irom Siski made a levy of that size,
reception in the beautifully de examined in Judge Prim’s court that
disagreeable effect. For sale by all lurid, R. L. Burdic, J. H. Chambers, you county, Calif., and w ill remain in
day by Dr. R. G. Gale, on a charge of
complete success, the returns of each
J. D. Van Dyke, who is in the em
J. J. Neal, C. W. Martyn, E. P. Tynan,
precinct being known ten minutes after
this section during the winter.
Miss Mabel Jones,Miss Whitten,and insanity, and committed to the insane
ploy of the Iowa Lumber Co., has be
Ernest Welch, who has been at Port P. W. P.iukon, E. A. Sherwin, C. F
the closing of the polls.
Mrs. I. A. Robie sang solos, and there asylum.
Geo. H Durham of Grants Pass the come a resident of Medford.
land during tbe past few weeks, is tak Shepherd, D. H. Jackson, C. H.
Smith is the man who was recently
D. Wag-, Well-known attorney, spent a few days
“Alick,” who has been conducting a were also singing by sextettes and arrested for starting a fire on the floor
ing a thorough course in undertaking Vaupe), J. K Van Sunt, F.
J ohn A lexander Down has issu
in Jacksonville the forepart ot the confectionery and cigar store at Cen quartets, as well as recitations by
and embalming at Finley & Son’s estab ner, J. E. McBride
ed a command to his simple-minded
Miss Laura Thomas.
An elegant of a vacant building located*
tral Point, will take the road again.
Enyart, W. I. week.
followers to sell their belongings and
banquet at Rote' Josephine followed. Woodville, and placed under bonds to"
Miss Olive Tungate of Jacksonville
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
place in his hands $2,000,000 for the
appear at the next term of circuit court
John Lockhart, who has been chief Vawter, IL U.Lum deu, C 1. Hutch
has entered the Medford Business Col J. Goldsby of Applegate Dec. 4th, and
advancement of Zion. It is to be hop
on a charge of arson. He was suppos
of police of Grants Pass during the past ison, E B. Piekel, W.S. Jones.
ed that the command will be obeyed.
ed to be mentally unbalanced at the
Jacksonville— Wia. R ibincon, A. E. lege, for a complete commercial edu Joe steps higher than ever.
few years, has resigned. He is succeed
One of the surest and quickest ways of
Rev. F. G. Strange will hold services
ed by Jas.D. Stevens, who will doubtless Rtanies.
W. 8. Bally, P. O. True, Texas, time.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hafer were in Med at the Presbyterian church in Phoenix writes: “My wife had been suffering
curing idiocy is to remove its environ
make an excellent officer.
Grants f’asr—Jos. Fetzner.
five years with paralysis in her arm,
Bilious Colic Prevented.
ford, accompanying a friend, who has Sunday rooming and evening.
ment, and the possession of money is
Tom Wilson, formerly a news agent
Hornbrook—D. Horn, Thos. Jonts. been visiting them, that far on his re
when I was persuaded to use Ballard’s
inevitably the worst possible environ
a double dose of Chamberlain’s
Rev J. D. Murphy will hold services Snow Liniment, which cured her all
on the S. P., now holds the responsible
Tne Stuthern Oregon . outingent turn home, Tuesday.
and Diarrhoea Remedy
ment for idiots. When Dowle's follow
at the Catholic Church Sunday, at 8:30
position of book-keeper at the Oregon filled a special Pullman car, and the
tir-t indication of the
ers having nothing to give they will be
Jas. Moyer of Butte county, Calif.’ a. m.; also at Medford at 10:30 a. m. frostbites and skin eruptions. It doe* disease appears and a threatened at
penitentiary. His many friends will be rear platform was adorned with a
powerless to assault common sense
who has been visiting bis sister, Mrs.
Head About to Borst From Severe pleased to bear of bis success.
tack may be warded off. FI undreds of
Dr. T. T. Shaw and Chas. Brown Hinkle, Central Point, Ore.
prize pumpkin or-quash and branded L. Adams, will remain awhile longer.
people use the remedy io this way
have returned from their trip to Big
The farmers are delighted with the “Al Kader.” The Californians mar
A nother attempt is being made
with perfect success. For sale by all
“ I had a severe bilious attack and weather now prevailing, and many veled at the immense size of the Ore
Butte, whence they went in quest of
to unionize the farmers under the name felt
like my head was about to burst of them are busily engaged in plowing
Mr and Mrs. Wm Scott of Pendle land.
gon orange and the Potent iteof Islam
of “The Farmers Educational and Co when 1 got hold of a free sample of
are visiting relatives living in Med
Oregon is full of prunea just now, the
Mrs. A. Elmer was in Medford Mon
temple carded it to San Francisco as
operative Union of America,” its avow Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver
Senator Mitchell has called on the market is flat as a flapjack and grow
a souvenir to be manufactured into
ed objects being “to teach the farmers
to bring to his atr ers are grumbling. Less than one-half
and the next day felt like a
Montana, who left that day for Cali President,
Frank A. English of Farmington, pumpkin pie which is to adorn life ban fornia to spend the winter.
to buy and sell in bulk, to educate supper
tie-up of govern of the 900 or 1000 carloads produced thia
new nun and have been feeling happy
Miss Iris Cook of Medford spent fornia. on a visit.
along agricultural line« and to eschew ever since,” says Mr. J. W. Smith of Wash., is paying us a visit. A number quet b ards at an approaching Sliriner
ment land matter« in Oregon by the season have been sold, and even as low
Mr. and Mrs. Augustin Schmidling, temporary withdrawal of lands for
politics, but nevertheless to discuss Julift,Texas. For biliousness, stom of years ago he served as surveyor of xatbeiing at Los Angeles, says the several hours in Jacksonville Tuesday,
a basis price as lj or 1} oenta per pound,
accompanied by Miss Reddick of who have been in California during the
political economy.” The movement ach troubles and constipation these Jackson county. The progress of this Tidings.
inclusion in forest reserves and the or even 1|, has little charin for Eastern
began at Emory, Raines county, Tex., For sale by all druggists.
section since he resided here surprises
suspension of entries made under the buyers. Oregon dealers and jobbers,
him very much.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Baker, who California Wednesday morning.
ten months ago, and has grown until it
timber and stone act. He pointed finding the product immovable at the
are in Medford again, came for the
is established in every populous county
J. Spiker, who has been in the cop out the great damage being done the
The Brotherhood of Railway Train
The Two-Minute Trotter
benefit of their health. If they should per belt for sometime past, left for public by this procedure. He stated quotations of the early season, have
in that state. Its promoters, who are
men, Lodge 643, will give their second
tried the low prices named, but to little
not named, hope the farmers’ union
annual ball in Ashland December 25tb.
The next regular term of the Cir obtain permanent relict they will locate. Salt Lake Wednesday. He will return that 22 temporary withdrawals of or no purpose.
In attempting to determine the This will be a fine affair, for which very cuit Court for Jackson county will
will spread over the nation.
Ben Haymond of Rock Point and it the Blue Ledge is operated.
land from all forms of entry have been
It took the jury trying Asa B. Thom
most potent factors that have con complete arrangements will be made begin Monday, Dec. 14th. The dock- Horace Pelton of Sams Valley were in
The report of the burning of 600 tons made and upwards of 10,000 timber
suspended receiver of the La
I t seems that District Attorney Conn
as to every detail. Good music and a I et is nota long one, having few Im Medford Monday, attending a meeting of hay belonging to J. Churchill of and stone entries have been sus
land office, just 38 minutes to
of Lake and Klamath has finally minute trotter many different theo fine time are assured.
portant cases on it, and will soon be of tbe directors of the Medford Bank. Yreka, located at the lower end of pended and many homestead entries
verdict of acquittal in Judge
awakened to the enormity of the crime ries are necessarily suggested, all pos
Klamath Lake, proves to be unfounded. are also tied up.
Rev. E. L. Fitch, presiding elder of disposed of.
’s court. The charge for
committed by Philip Barry, the young sessing more or less merit and enti the M. E. Church, South, for this dis
The following Is a list of the jurors
President Roosevelt said he would
Mrs. Geo. M. Love, who returned
had been indicted by
man who killed Timothy Ahern in cold tled to be considered in arriving at a trict, and Rev. H. C. Brown of Med drawn:
from Alaska a short time ago, and at once call on the secretary of the tbe Federal grand jury, and tried ia
blood, near Plush, not long since, and
Eagle Point—C. C. Charley, S. A.
ford begin a protracted meeting at
who has been in Portland since, is in inferior for an extended report of the United States district oonrt, was
he proposes to have him tried for mur views I entertain may not be in har Eagle Point Dec. 9th, which will con Carlton, J. K Bell.
The body of John Shay was found this section again. Mr. and Mrs. Love what has been done in land matters for alleged solicitation of bribes. Charles
der. His deputy, Geo. S. Nickerson, mony with those of other men who tinue at ljast two weeks. Both are
in Oregon and what tbe actual con
Jacksonville—J Ñutían, A. Learn- Saturday morning, suspended from may relocate among us.
had him bound over on a charge of have given the subject careful con eloquent speakers and logical reasoners,
are, with a view to extending Cunningham and Inspector Greene of
the Interior Department were the
manslaughter, and he was out on bail sideration, they are the result of my well equipped for the work.
Medford—H. E. Boyden, R. II. Hal home at Dunsmuir. Indications point in Josephine county. He is there in relief if any hardships are being in a ndcipal witnesses against Thomson,
There was much indignation expressed
prin they and Dallas O'Hara, Glen Sal-
Richard Smith of Klamath county, ley, J. W. Cox, F. A. Bliss, J. G. to a clear case of suicide and that tho interest of Portland parties who flicted.
by the people over this apparent mis tion and an experience of nearly 40
The President, it is understood, will ing and Asa Rayburn came in for a
may buy the Jewell-Moore mines, not make such radical recommenda terrific forensic denunciation from T.
carriage of justice, which Mr. Conn years.
Pi*oh Bah—M L. Hartley,A. Shultz, time after 12 o’clock Thursday night. located in Oscar Creek district.
tain of the football team of the Colum
was not slow in heeding.
Since tbe day of my advent to the
tions in his forthcoming message to G. Hailey, assistant attorney for tbe
bia University and one of its best play Polk Hull.
The sad affair Is apparently a sequel
J. F. Reddy of Spokane, who is pro Congress in matters concerning land defense.
trotting arena with Dexter, in I860,
G .id Hill—S. W. McClendon, Dr. A. to the murder of John Inlioff by C. n.
ers, has been presented with a loving
moting the sale of the noted Blue laws as he did in his message to tbe
T he sailing of part of the American vast sums of money have been expend
cup by his comrades, in appreciation of
McKeuzie at DunsniHir.
Lead, located in the Siskiyou copper last Congress. He expects tbe land
fleet of warships for the Caribbean sea, ed in the attempt to improve the
Barron—W R. Kincaid.
his valuable services on tbe gridiron
Shay was the principal witness for belt, is expected to return this week, commission recently appointed will
to take part in the maneuvers during blood of the trotting horse, and this
Phoenix—W. F. Towue.
He was also selected as one of the grad
the state against M -Renz e, as he after an absence of several weeks.
the coming winter, again directs atten so-called “scientific breeding pro
Sterling—A. Gii*on, A. B. Salt- testified at tlie preliminary hearing
legislation may be shaped in accord
uate directors of the club
tion to the growing importance of those blem” has claimed the attention of
We are informed that A. W. Sturgis, ance with its ideas.
that the accused had place la pistol
waters for strategic purposes. In Eu some of tbe most brilliant minds of
the veteran miner, has disposed of his
Talent—R. D. Purvis, W. M. Kerby, in liis p< cleet after sb >oting Inhoff
rope the Mediterranean has long been the country; and yet in my judgment given at Phoenix, under the auspices
Union—S. R C Jlman.
It is bel eved that bi* being an in
Consumption is a human
Mound- H. L Gregory.
regarded as the common naval battle it has accomplished comparatively of the Women of Woodcraft, on the
criminating witness in a murder case est Creek district, to W. E. Olmstead,
weed flourishing best in weak
ground, and in that sea the several little towaid the evolution of tbe two-
weighed so heavily upon Shay’s mind representing S. A. Vance. The price
Sam’* Valley—H. 1. Pelton.
J acksonville L odge No. 10,1 O.
program is in course of preparation and
powers have their strongest naval minute trotter.
lungs. Like other weeds it’s
Ashland—C- M. Foley,E. E. Phipps that he concluded to end all by suicide
O. F.—Geo. N. Lewis, N. G.; M. M.
a fine time is assured. The ladies are
forces constantly engaged in studying
A. S. Payne, H. F. Ree-er, Otto Win He was last seen on Tuursday night
W here the^ was one horse bred for
Taylor, V. G.: S. P. De Ro bo* m. R. S.; easily destroyed while young;
the problems that might arise in case harness racing 40 years ago, mauy invited to bring a box filled with lunch, ter, J. W. Jacob*.
in one of the local saloons ai d was
C. H. Basye, F. S.; Silas J. Day, Treas.; when old,
of war. Within recent years, however, hundred are bred today, and still, also an apron and a necktie to match.
then drink log quite heavily. To part of the state an official visit. He J. A. Wilson, Jas. M. Cronemiller and possible.
the scene has been shifting, and, while with all this immense number, 1 am
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
friends he explained his worry over will meet with Jacksonville Lodge No.
M. M. Taylor, trustees.
Take Laxative Bromo-Qulntne Tahlets. AU being m x d up with the murder cast
the Mediterranean has not been for unable to discover that there has been land was a member of the eleven
Strengthen the lungs as you
A full attend
Dnurglst* refund the money if it fall« to cure and seemed to ft ar the consequences. 10 Saturday evening.
O regon C hapter N o . 4. R. A. M.,
gotten or abandoned, the Caribbean any perceptible improvement in tbe
Irove's signature is on each box. 25c.
weak land and the
He also seemed to bar being charg
Jacksonville.— A. E. Reames, high
has been growing in international at quality of race horses that contest in Point which recently defeated(the team
ed with the murder h mselr. The
weeds will disappear.
Jane Mason McCully Cabin, N. D.O.,
body was only a few feet from on Wednesday evening elected the priest; T. Cameron, king; W. H. Mo-
important races. Breeding upon pure from Annapolis. Tbe score was decid
tlie floor. Snips of cloth had t<een
ly trotting lines ba« undoubtedly pro edly in favor of the former. The secre
following officers for the ensuing term: the host: W. M. Colvig, principal so- Scott’s Emulsion. Salt pork
substituted for a rope.
THE United States department of duced a race of horses in which tbe taries of the war and naval depart
Pns., Atnalia Britt; Vice Pres., Maude lotirner; James Cronemiller, secretary;
agriculture is doiDg a great work for trotting instinct has become more ments, as well as many other notables,
is good too, but it is very hard
Prim; 1st V. P., Marie Nickell;2 V. P., C. C. Beekman, treasurer: J. F. Miller,
the country in the line of practical edu intensified than it was in the days were in attendance.
Lulu Jones; Sec., Isa Luy; Fin. Sec., master of first veil; Emil Britt, master to digest
Abtiey and J. D. Holton,of Vane >uver,
cation in farming. Agriculture is a when the only aim was the production
The venerable wife of Benj. Eggles
of a common purpose horse, and his
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- Emma Ulrich; Treas., Effie Prim; Mar , of second veil: R F. Yokum, master of
The time to treat consump
science, and it can only advance speed was incidental; but in point of ton and mother of M. F. Eggleston and Wa*h.,wlio have timber claims iocat'd
w nd fer any ra*e of Catarrh that can Frances Donegan.
is when you begin trying
through the practical application of natural speed, stamina and gameness Mrs. Josephine D. Crocker died at the
ot t be cured by Hall’s Ca’ai rii C ire.
the results of study and research. The I very much doubt if modern race family residence in Ashland Sunday, Si ould their proofs be accepted by the
F J. C heney & Co., Props.,
W arren L odge No 10, A. F. & A. to hide it from
practical farmer, like the practical me followers have witnessed the superiors from complications attending a severe gover ment they contemplate build Toledo, o.
players played Grants Pass elevens M., Jacksonville.— Emil Britt, W. M.; Others s6fe it, you won’t
that great quartet,Goldsmith Maid,
We, the undersigned, have known
ing a sawmill either al Grants Pass
chanic, must follow and utilize the of
Lady Thorne, Lucy and American attack of bronchitis. She was a lady or s< nii! place b 'tween there and Twio F. .1. Cheney for ti e last 15 years, and Sunday, on tbo grounds of tbe latter. [ J- M. Cronemiller, S. W.; T. J. Wil
work done in the laboratory by the pa Girl, or of Dexter. Ethan Allen, Gen of many excellent traits of character
believe him perfectly honorable it all The game played by the juniors was liamson, J. W.; J. R. Neil, Sec.; C. C.
tient investigator and scholar. Secre eral Butler and George M. Patchen, and highly respected. Mrs. E. came Cabins, a point on Ev ns creek, which business transactions and financially beet by far, neither eide scoring. Beekman, Treas.; Theo. Cameron, deceive yourself any longer.
not only intersects 1 Io ir claims, but able to ear y oatari) obligatious-rxiade In tbe other game the Grants Pass team
Begin with the first thought
tary Wilson’s annual report toCongress Jr.—[Bud Doble.
from a family of Indiana pioneers, her
taps a large tlinter belt in Josephine liy their lbni
opens with a discussion of the educa
to take Scott’s Emulsion. If
father being a soldier in the war of 1812.
county. In eiiher case a private W est & I kuax , Wholesale Drug
tional requirements of the research
Got His Deserts.
it isn’t really consumption so
“I was much afflicted with sciatica,” railroad will be built from Twin gists. Tub do, O W alding , K inan & turn games are promised.
work of the department. Although
M arvin , Wholesale Druggists, Tole-
The following is a list of the newly-
writes Ed, C. Nud, Iowaville, Sedg
the better; you will soon
A dancing party will be given at wick Co., Kan., “going about on Cabins to Grants P.t*s for the pur d.i. i)
the department has availed itself to
elected officers of Jacksonville Assem
J. H. Burke, who pleaded guilty to
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken ioter-
forget it and be better for the
the fullest extent of graduates of the Rose’s Hall, Applegate, Christmas crutches and suffering a deal of pain. I pose of transporting lu.uber and saw
naily, act ing directly upon tlie bio d bly No. 60, United Order of Artisans: the crime of forgery at the late term of
night. The best of music and supper
agricultural colleges, it has been neces will be providtd. Tickets including was induced to try Ballard's Snow logs, thus giving amp’e facilities for at d mucous surfaces of tiie system. Pauline Reuter, M. A ; Lottie Finney, circuit court for Washington county, treatment. If it is consump
Liniment, which relieved me. I used
sary, in'view of the rapid development supper and horse-feed, #2.00. Nothing three 50c bottles. It is the greatest tbe shipment <f lumber over tlie Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by drug Supt.; W. E. Finney, M C.; Amy Dow, was sent to the penitentiary for six tion you can’t expect to be
of the work, to secure competent men will be left undone to make this a liniment I ever used; have recommend Sou’hern Pacific railway ti various gists. Testimonials free.
Sr. Con.; Anna Margreiter, Jr. Con.; years by Judge McBride. It was he cured at once, but if you will
Hall’s Family Pills are tlie best.
ed it to a number of persous;all express po t* and th easte’n markets.
wherever they could be found. In the first-class affair.
Oscar Lewis, Insp.zGeo. McCune, Sec.; who represented himself as an agent of begin in time and will be
training of specialists for its various
Chris Kenney, Treas.
Baker & Hamilton of San Francisco rigidly regular in your treat
now walk without crutches, able to per
lines of work the department has be
form a great deal of light labor on the
committed a number of forgeries
‘ Under Two Flags” was presented
Not a moment should be lost when farm.” 25c, 50c and $1.00. Dr. J.
come practically a post-graduate in
in Oregon and California. Among ment you will win.
stitution. Mr. Wilson, in illustration a child shows symptoms of croup. HinKle, Central Point, Ore.
* Scott’s Emulsion, fresh air,
Opera House in Medford, Saturday them was the uttering of a forged note,
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy given
of this fact, reports the admission to as soon as the child tiecomes hoarse,
W. H. Brevoortof New York, Messrs.
night, by local talent. William Edgar purporting to be signed by E. K. An rest all you can, eat all you
the department since 1897 of 496 or even after the croupy cough ap Bishop and Rice of San Francisco, ex
Graham, formerly with the Frawley derson of Wagner Creek, which was can, thats the treatment and
student«; 249 of these are still in tbo de pears, will prevent the attack. It pert mining metfc who have been
Co., had the entertainment in charge. cashed by a Medford bank Burke, that’s the best treatment
partment, not less than 132 having never falls, and is pleasant and safe guests of J. D. Heard and J. A.
Tbe attendance was large, the receipts who is a dangerous as well as a reckless
passed into the classified service. The to take. For sale by all Druggists.
Whitman, ot the Oro Grande Min
being over $200. About 30 residents criminal, broke jail at Hillsboro and
We will send you
most successful farmer is the man who
ing Co., loft for their homes Monday
of Jacksonville, and a like number escaped from officers even after being
of the Emul
SETTLE UP NOTICE.
makes the most application of the dis
evening. They spent several days in
recaptured. He was finally retaken by
I from Ashland, were present.
coveries ot the scientists, both in the
Stevo’s Fork district, and are well
the sheriff of Clarke county, Wash.,
B« inrr that thia picture ia
All persons Indebted to the under pleased with what they saw there, as
Good Buildings; New Gymnasium, with modern appli
while at his brother’s cabin.
use of his soil and in methods of culti
the form ot a label la on the
Messrs. E ly B ros :—I have been
wrapper ot every bool« of
vation. Agriculture is advancing as a
also the mineral resources of South
ance ; fine Library; well equipped Chemical and Physical
great sufferer from catarrh and hay
Emulsion you buy.
science as rapidly as electricity or sur immediately. Accounts not paid by ern Oregon generally.
gery or mechanics. It Is wonderful to
SCOTT & BOWNE,
permanent relief until I found it in
ings throughout; old buildings repaired; fine Water Supply e e no
M. B. Miller of San Francisco, one of
think how the civilization of the world ney’a bands for collection. A word to
Ely’s Cream Balm about eight years
basadvanced since the introduction of
California’s prominent mining men,
added; Surroundings Healthful; Social Atmosphere of the e• 1 ago, and wo have been fast friends ever
St.. N. Y.
scientific methods of study.
(Rev.)R. M. B entley .
has been making this section a visit,
A young woman living at the U. S.
School Good and Stimulating to Best Effort on the Part of • 1 since.
Jacksonville, Nov. 19, 1903.
accompanied by Geo. Bower, who is
the Student; Living Expenses Nominal; Departments in e e 50 cents, for which please send me your Hotel, in Jacksonville, named Miss
Charge of Specialists; Special Opportunities for Study of e Cream Balm. I find your remedy the Schmid ling, on Saturday last made an
WANTED—SEVERAL PERSONS looking after his cinnabar Interests in
Meadows district. His mine adjoins
quickest and most permanent cure for unsuccessful attempt to end her exis
For mo A who toil
Vocal and Instrumental Music Afforded.
in the head, catarrh, etc. Yours tence by taking poison. The timely
each state (one in this county re that of Reed & Fletcher, and he is well
D ell M. P otter ,
quired) to represent and advertise old I pleased with prospects disclosed by the
Send for Catalogue to
Gen. Mgr. Arizona Gold Mining Co. arrival of Dr. Robinson prevented the
established wealthy business house of development work done there. Mr.
draught from having a fatal effect.
solid financial standing. Salary 121.00
B. F. MULKEY, President
weeklv with expenses additional, all Miller expects to install machinery in
The girl's life has not been strewn
To <*ur* Cou.ut,>ut* • -*»-e*rr.
payable in cash direct every Wednes the near future.
fake Cascareis Candy Cathartic. 10c or 2ta.
roses, and she is subject to melan
* G C. C fail ’« cur* druwsts refund rtopa«
day from head offices. Hon-eand car
cholia. It is believed that her mind
riage furui«hed when necessary. Ref
has become affected. There is some
erences. Enclose self-addressed en
Copp • y* • riva tod
velope. Colonial, 332 Dearborn St.
talk of having her examined on a
cost more—yield more—
save all experimenting—
charged of insanity.
For Infants and Children.
rears the Standard Seed«,
Several of our merchants are shipping
old by all dealer«. 1004
Blue prints of township maps, show-
Seed Annual postpaid tree,
mistletoe to the larger cities, both
ing all vacant land, fifty cents each.
to «II applicants.
north and south, for the holiday
For reliable information concerning
D. M. FERHY & CO..
government land write to Frank E.
Seven MDBon boras soM In post 12 months.
season. This has grown into a consid Bignatnrwof
I Alley, Abstracter, Roseburg, Oregon.
December Jnry Panel
She Attempted Snicide.
Tbe Kind You Have Always Bought
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.