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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1903
L. Loeach of Applegate, the well-
known hopraiser, did business at Grants
In the fingers, toes, arms, and other
Miss Lol Nichols of Eagle Point pre
Prof, and Mrs. S. P. Robbins visited
Some rain has fallen since our last is
parts of the body, are joints that are
The December term of the cUvuit cinct is making Medford a 7i*it.
sue and more is promised. This is not
inflamed and swollen by rheumatism—
court for Jackson county is in session
Mr. and Mrs. H. Wendt made Med
pleasing to the farmers.
that acid condition of the blood which
ford a visit a few days since.
A List of Cases Which Will Mr. anil Mrs. M. Hurst have return in Jacksonville. It premises to be a C. Norris were in Medford Monday.
affects the muscles also.
protracted one, as there are quite a
County Surveyor Jones was in Jack
John A. Houston was in Medford
be Called for Trial.
Sufferers dread to move, especially
ed from their mountain home anil will number of jury cases.
sonville Monday, on official business.
on land business.
after sitting or lying long, and their
spend the winter in Medford.
A grand jury was empaneled, con
condition is commonly worse in wet
Crump of Applegate made
Will Boler and N. Warner, two of sisting of J. Nunan foreman, H. H.
been at Jacksonville on legal business. our town a visit a few days ago.
State of Oregon vs George E Bloom
“It has been a long time since we have
Fred Hamlin and Z. J. Gervais of Cli
in our town one day last week.
A. B. Saltmarsh, P. Hull, 11. L. Greg
P. F Swayne, one of Applegate’s
been without Hood's Sarsaparilla. My er; larceny.
father thinks he could not do without it.
barons, was a visitor Monday.
V. A. Dunlap of Talent, whose store
State of Oregon vs Jonas Justus and
He has been troubled with rheumatism
W. R. Stansell and A. Schmidling
since he was a boy, and Hood's Sarsapa T M Howard; lirceny.
rilla is the only medicine he can take that
Hon. Miles Cantrail of Applegate ( were in Medford one day this week.
Chas. Schultz again fills the p'.*i-
witness before the grand jury Monday.
will enable him to take his place in the
State of Oregon vs John Doe.
Chas. Biesel and Mr. Laue of Spo tion of court bailiff, in wliicli capacity tarried a few hours In our town Tues
field.” Miss A da D oty , Sidney, Iowa.
Chas. H. Basye, the expert black
State of Oregon vs Mlchæl M Reed; kane, well-known operators in mines,are he has served so long.
smith, was a Medford visitor Tuesday.
The grand jury has found a true
Holbrook Withington, the attorney
in this section again, looking after cer
J. W. Opp left Wednesday evening
against. E. Graham, who burglar is at Jacksonville on professional busi
State of Oregon vs Bert Ball.
tain copper propositions.
for Portland, where his family is at
ized Sergent & Dunlap’s store at Tal ness.
Remove the cause of rheumatism—no
State of Oregon vs John Smith.
W. A. Holt, a son of Hon. 8. H.
His address is not known -4»
outward application can. Take them.
State of Oregon vs John Doe.
T. J, O'Harra of Tolo, the success
Holt, is spending his vacation at Ash
J. M. Dews and R. Phillips of Wit
State of Oregon vs George W Tref- land. He is emploj’ed at the U. S.navy present.
ful farmer was one of our visitors kins »precinct were among 4m r recebt
T he refusal of the dean of West ren;forgery.
yard at Bremerton, Wash.
before the grand jury Monday, chargitt
minster Abbey Io allow the ashes of
State of Oregon vs Roy Hurlbort;
Sheriff Rader is kept busy nowadays,
The December term of circuit court with selling small mirrors embellished
Thos. Rock and J. J. Knutzen of
Herbert Spencer, the great philosopher, larceny.
is being held at Jacksonville. There with obscene pictures. We learn circuit court being in session, with jury Thompson Creek were in our city
to rest there, is another illustration of
State of Oregon vs W J and A E will be quite a number of jury trials,
that he ha* been indicted.
“the ass kicking a dead lion.” The Boosey; trespass.
more than usual, which will prolong
Roy Hulbert, who was charged with
John Broad, the successful miner,
world thinks none the loss of the dead
State of Oregon vs Edwin Graham; the session.
being a member of the Lyons gang of been at Jacksonville for sometime past, has engaged in the saloon business at
because of this episode.
Theodore Luebcke, who was sent to horse thieves, had his trial Monday. is in Medford again.
ACTIONS AT LAW.
K aiser W ilhelm of Germany
R. O. Gilliland, R. J. Orme and D.D.
B B Lee vs W H May.
murder, is being sued for a divorce by whom were Con-table Smith, Mar daughter, Gertrude, have been visiting Selby were among those who were in
seems to have fully recovered from the
J W Prall vs F W Wait.
his wife. The parties lived in Jackson shal Stiles, Mr. Brackett an! A. N in Jacksonville.
operation which is said have to been • C M Fouts vs Z A Moody.
a number of years ago.
Striker, testified; also Mr. Culver
Fred Barneburg left for San Luis
performed for cancer of the throat. It
Honeyman, DeHart&Co vs Mitchell,
Mrs. Annie Darling of Gold Hill has
Mrs. J. A. Whiteside of Point Rich and Mr. Talnndge of Dunsmu’r, Obispo, Cal., Monday, where he will been visiting in Jacksonville, the guest
is very often the case that the sickness Denton & Co.
mond, Cal , who has been visiting rel Calif., were examined. The jury was spend the winter.
of the heads of nations Is exaggerated,
Lane & Connelly vs T M Reed.
of Mrs. O. Crawford.
living in Jacksonville, left tor not long in acquitting the defendant.
and this is perhaps another instance of
Warren J Howard vs F M Lloyd.
W. F Boa, late of Klamathon, Cal.,
Will. Nusbaum and L. Hessler of
home Saturday. Her husband is in the It appears that Hulberf associated has entered the employ of I. F. Will
it. The Emperor of Germany is the
Nancy Carter vs M S Wakeman.
Creek district were among our
greatest of European rulers, and has
employ of the Santa Fe R. R. Co. aud witli tlie gang (whoso leader was E. lams of Central Point.
Jas Helms vs S P Co.
no superior in the world; hence his loss
E. Lyon*,afterward hanged at Eugene
s a master mechanic.
Allen & Lewis vs T C Gaines.
D. H. Miller, J. E. Enyart, M. Pur-
Cook of Foots creek made a
Jos. Micelli of Roseburg, grand
Fish Lake Water Co vs Kate Walch
din, J. H. Stewart aDd J. A. Smith pilgrimage to Jacksonville the fore
master of the I. O. O. F., has been
were in Jacksonville Tuesday.
T he National Republican convention et al.
part of the week-.
making the lodges at Medford, Jack Jackson county and sold them io
will be held in Chicago, beginning at
M. O. Warner and J. J. Winning
Our town presents an unusually ani
sonville, Ashland, Granta Pass and
noon, on June 21st next. Pittsburg Ins Co.
ham came in from the Missouri Mining mated appearance, owing to circuit
D H Miller vs J E Enyart.
and St. Louis were rivals of Chicago for
Co.’s mines Tuesday evening.
Í court being in session.
Mitchell, Lewis, Staver Co vs S pleased with the progress the order any benefit from the larceny of the
the convention. Each city was well
has made in Southern Oregon.
S. C. Minnick of Central Point and L.
represented in oratory before the com Geary.
Hill have been visiting their son, Dep Cardwell of Gold Hill were among
the crime, hence bis acquittal.
mittee, and each had offers to make.
W J. B >osey, who lives a few miles uty Sheriff Crawford, and his family. those in Medford Tuesday.
Susan Crain and May Cox vs Jack- erta & O’Nell, appealed from thia coun
Pittaburg offered $100.000, Chicago $75,
of Jacks« nville,lias been indict
Miss Bernice Cameron is one of the
000 and a hall, and St. Louis $40,000 son County.
ty, was heard in the Supreme Court
The official visit of Grand Master
at Nye's Racket Store, Micelli brought quite a number of Odd
and a hall. The vote stood 43 for Chi Chas Nickell vs John Louden.
Dec. 15th. W. E. Phipps and John A. Clark, a neighbor.
cago, 7 for Pittsburg and 1 for St.
which is doing a more extensive busi Fellows to Jacksonville Monday night.
George R. Riggs vs Southern Ore Jeffrey represented the appellants and
gon Oil Co.
W. I. Vawter and Judge Nell the re
Rev. F. G. Strange will hold ser
You Know What You Are Taldntf
T he coal companies wbo agreed last
at the Presbyterian church in
When you take Grove’s Tasteless Chill Toole
Fish Lake Water Co vs Neil Walch
because the formula Is plainly printed on every Portland. He passed a creditable ex Jacksonville Sunday morning and even
winter to arbitrate the strike, now re
Mrs. C. W. Lowe of Eugene recently bottle.showing
that It ts simply Iron and Qui
fuse to obey the findings of the board et al.
gave a handsome reception at her resi nine in a tasteless form No Cure. No Pay. Sue amination and is now a full fledged, li ing.
M Calhoun vs Jas McDonald.
because they cannot be enforced in
dence, in honor of Miss Ruth Flynn of
Rev. J. D. Murphy will hold services
T J Downing and M McDonough vss Albany. Over one hundred young I
court. If the miners had refused,
Dr. Geo. Kahler arrived from Taco at Ashland Sunday, consequently there
they would have been anarchists. Tne W T Kame.
ladioa were received during the after
ma a few days since, to attend his will be none at Jacksonville or Med
N B Nye va [Jill NyeGold Mining Co. noon. The house was beautifully adorn
time will come when laws will be
brother, C. W. Kahler, the attorney, ford on that day.
Fish Lake Water Co vs W H Brad ed with cut flowers and mistletoe.
Dr. J. H. Pleasants made Antelope whose condition Is precarious.
pasood that will control these coal bar
Eugene R. Armstrong has gone to
ons, and if they continue to disregard shaw.
professional visit last week.
E H. Harriman, the railroad king,
H. D. Norton of Grants Pass and J. Portland, having been notified that he
the welfare of every one else they are
Jas Helms vs Geo L Helms.
H. T. Severance, an old pioneer, is L. Hammersley of Gold Hill, well-
and president of the Southern Pacific,
liable to find that they will not be
had been placed on the list of mail car
E T Staples vs Ashland Mfg Co.
handled with gloves either.
who passed through the valley last lying dangerously ill at home.
known attorneys, have been in Jack riers for that city. His salary will be
J E Olson vs N B Bradbury.
week in a special train, accompanied by
Miss Jennie Gaines left for Ash sonville this week, on legal business.
$1000 a year.
Jos Scott va J E Enyart.
Julius Kruttschnitt, his manager, Peter land Sunday, to attend the Normal.
T he tax law introduced by Repre
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Cook and two of
Francis Voyle vs Keystone of Ore- Gerry and others, was detained at
Dr. W. F. Cameron is breaking a
sentative Phelps of Morrow, which is
Mr. and Mrs. Arnett, wbo bought handsome eolt, of the Altamout stock, their sons, L. C. Basye, Mr. Vincent
gon M and M Co.
the cause of the special session called
the E. Coker house, have taken posses and will have a speedy roadster in the and other residents of Missouri Flat
J A Harvey vs S P Co.
by Gov. Chamberlain, should be re
SUITS IN EQUITY.
near future. He will be passed by none tarried in Jacksonville Monday night-
Thomas Reid and M. Armstrong
pealed. The law it is intended to sup
Miss Cora Stone of Talent visited then.
A A Davis vs P H Oviatfc.
An operetta and Christmas tree will
have gone to Galice creek district, her sister; Mrs. A. J Hanby, last
plant is good enough. Under it every
T M Griffith vs Zella Griffith.
where they invested in a considerable
be given at St. Mary s Academy, in
dollar of the state tax levy of 1903 has
Stella White va David White.
A Wonderful Old Man Dies. cod vent hall, Tuesday evening next.
are* of plaaer mines, having purchased
been paid into the State Treasury, and
Alfred Lewia et al va J H Beeman.
Mrs. M. Rippey of Pendleton Is pay
All are invited to attend this entertain
the new year will be commenced with
the interests of several parties. Judg
Melvina Conklin V8 T. D Conklin.
relatives living in this city a
ing from the handsome specimens of
every county square with the state in
At Salinas, Calif., Dec. 11th, follow ment, admission to which will be free.
Sadie O'Neil va John O'Neil.
coarse gold they exhibit they have Visit.
this regard. The total amount of the
a sudden collapse, Jesse D. Carr,
John W. Jacobs and Chris Keegan
E Edwards va J J O'Neil.
Ol »f Ois*on, one of the train dis the wtll-known California pioneer,
state tax is $760,000, of which sum $25,-
bought something good.
opening a marble and stone cut
Herbert E Darling va Anna M Dar
000 was apportioned separately as an
Mrs. Addie B. Colvig, chief officer of patchers at Ashland, visited relatives politician and millionaire landowner, ting establishment at Ashland in the
Agricultural College fund. The state
died; aged 89 years. He possessed near future. Both are excellent me
Elizabeth J Gardner vs H J Gardner. the Degree of Honor in Oregon, assist
tax is payable in two Installments.
much land in Klamath and Lake chanics and have had considerable ex
Violet Holt vs W H Holt.
Thirty days’ additional time may be
week organized a lodge at Eagle Point, cinct, who has been visiting her counties, Oregon, and bad consider periencein that line.
taken without incurring an interest
which already has a flourishing branch daughter, Mrs. Geo. B. R jss , returned able trouble with the Government on
penalty under the present tax collec Crump.
R. W. Wakeman, John and Ubas.
the A. O. U. W. Much Interest was home last week.
account of fencing public territory. Owens. Josh Neathammer, W. K. Ingle-
The counties have been
Allen Davis et al vs H L Chamber-
manifested and a lodge with a good-
able to collect taxes promptly and have lain et at
Mr. Carr at one time owned over due, S. Beers, J. D. Wakeman and
T. M. Junes, state deputy for the
had funds with which to pay the state
acres of land in Oregon and others are in Jacksonville, in the role
Elma W Bultman vs Henry Bult-
taxes when due. Why change itf
but wa- dispossessd of of witnesses in the water case of Nancy
much of It. He was born in Tenne- Carter vs. M. 8. Wakeman.
THK Oregonian says the Oregon Sen
following ticket: Mayor, H. L. Gilkey;
At the regular meeting of W. H. see, Juue 10,1814. and was a sutler iu
Emma Hughes vs Henry Hughes.
ators are likely to be called upon to re
Jacksonville Lodge No. 10,1. O. O.F.,
Ida E Myer vs E B Myer.
Harrison, W. R. C., the following the Mexican war, rendering great ser held an unusually interesting session
commend a new man for receiver of
State Land Board vs F J Creed et at elected for the ninth time* Council ¡officers were ekeied f »r the ensuing vice to Gen. Zicharv Taylor. He Monday evening, being the occasion of
the Roseburg Land Office in place of
men—first ward, W’. M. Hair; second, year: Pre*., Mrs. Emma Pleasants; came to California in 1849, and later
C Neil vs Jefferson Neil.
James H.Booth, whose reappointment,
an official visit from Grand Master
T. W. Williams; third, Will C. Smith; 1 Sr. Vice Pres., Mrs. Mane Purkey- was coll« ctor of the port at San Fran
Micelli. The attendance of members
as well as that of Register Bridges,
fourth,James Trimble. Over
500 vote* pile: Jr Vice Pres., Mrs. M. E. Rogers; cisco.
John Watters vs John H Blalock.
large. A banquet was one of the
they requested some time ago. A
He engaged in farming, stockrais
were cast. It is said that the law and Ctiapltiu, Mrs. Kale Gibson; Treas..
W S Nelson vs C F Leavenworth.
careful and thorough investigation has
Chas A Pruett vs Mary Hanley, 2 order element was victorious, and that ^rs. Melissa Elliott; Cun., Lizzie ing, mail contracting and banking.
been made Into the records ot both
of fine pictures of W. R.
gambling houses and lewed women B al: Guard, Mrs. Kate Jeffers; Sec., He commenced the mail service in
men. No objection is raised to Bridges, cases.
been received lately by
Antone Richard vs Theo Richard must go. Saloon license may also be Mrs. M. E. Fries; Pat. In*., 1 Mrs. A. 1866, and carried the first mail that
but Booth is shown to be a prominent
president of the
raised to $1000 a year.
J. llanby; Asst. Con., Mrs. Madge wa9 ever carried between Virginia
officer in the Booth-Kelly Lumber and C ENininger.
Wall; color bearers, Miss Ella Slone, City and Boise City. He carried mail
Augusta Evans vs Thos B Evans.
Company, and his relations with that
ty. This club was organized last
Mrs Caroline Patrick, Mrs. A una
One Hundred Dollar* a Bex.
company, which has been extensively ' Amanda Meyer vs Henry Meyer.
Oregon, for four years, working daily spring and is fn a flourishing condition,
Mrs. Mollie Holmes.
operating in timber lands in Southern
Is the value H. A. Tisdale, Sum
its membership gaining steadily.
Oregon and Northern California, leads
merton. S. C., places on DeWitt’s Won't you come to our League something over 500 horse* on that
route. His r state is worth over
Secretary Hitchcock to be’ieve that
Hazel Salve. He says: “I hart
It is not generally known that a law
Not a moment should be lost when Witch
Booth should not hold a Government
at the last legislature provides
and private office simultaneously. • child shows symptoms of creup doctors and medicines, but al) failed, Every one knows who we are.
appointment of the road super
Booth has already servod a year and a
DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve. We have pretty things to show,
as soon as 1 he child becomes hoarse, except
the county by the county
half beyond his appointed term.
or even after the croupy cough ap the healing properties of Witch Hazel Gifts from friends you used to know.
of their election as hereto
pears, will prevent, the attack. It
fore. Unless the coming special session
T he introduction of the study of never fails, and is pleasant and safe with antiseptics and emollient-; re if you doubt it, com1 and try.
The annual report of the Wiliam
lieves and permanently cures blind,
agriculture and horticulture into the to take. For sale by al) Druggists.
bleeding, Itching and protrudingpiles, Home-made candie*, crisp and sweet, et e Valley Prune Association shows of legislature repeals the law passed at
public schools should be encouraged
aores,cuts,bru ses. erzema .salt rheum Sold by girls you often meet.
that the association hid in its pool the last regular session the court will
and all skin disease*. Sold by all drug Pies, light and brown,
everywhere. Students and advocates
this year some 3,277.000 pound* of make the appointments. The law may
of agricultural education and training
Best that ever were in town.
Italian prunes and 675,000 pourd*of be repealed, as It is considered by
w ill find encouragement in comprehen
Then, aprons large and aprons small, Petites,or a total of nearly 4,000,000 many to be unsatisfactory. In case it
falls upon the county court to make
sive plans now in process of being put
Clwklawd’a Saknerced Teath.
James M»d-en, in the employ of the
You will* find at the G. A. R. Hail, pounds.
There is hardly a club, even among
In practical operation in Minnesota Western Union Telegraph Co., as a
It says at the opening of the season the appointments many of those now
Agriculture is to be introduced exten lint man, received injuries while at the oldest, that does not possess Its al Come one, couie all!
prunes were sold on a 2fc basis, bu< holding the office of supervisor will be
sively into the rural schools, and a work with the construction gang, most woefully poor members; men who
tliis was later rtdixel to 2jc for al1 named to succeed themselves, as they
bulletin has already been prepared and north of Grants Pass, Saturday after dropped nmbition and their tailor si
below 30s, and the price at present is seem to give satisfaction.
multaneously, wbo try to hide even
published for the use of teachers. The noon, from which lie died the same from themselves the whereabouts of
An old man would not believe that on a 2ic basis. No dividends have
book comprises over two hundred ex day. J. H. McFarland, in charge of a their dismal “chambers,” which is one
yet been declared, but it is the inten
ercises and experiments, and a copy force of men, was distributing poles room; wito have no want that dot's not he could hear his wife talk at a dis tion to close up accounts on Petite*
will be furnished to eacn rural teacher along the railroad, on which the begin and end with thdr clubs and
His better half was in a country and declare a dividend on December
in the state. Timely exercises and Telegraph Company will place a new would fade away and die miserably If
The bard ware 9tore of A. L. Harvey,
studies are provided for each season of line, and had reached a point midway its doors were closed to them.—Court shop seven miles away, where there
Gold Hill, was entered last Thurs
was a telephone, and the skeptic was
the year, and the topics under consider between Grants Pass and the station Journal.
night, and a number of knives,
also in a place where there was asimi
ation are those of greatest practical north of that place. The method of
On Ilia Mind.
improve after the first of the year. razors and revolvers stolen therefrom.
moment to the farmers of the respec distributing these poles is attended
Long—Have you forgotten that $10
On being told nw to operate it At the meeting of stockholders there The circumstances left no doubt that
tive localities. Each topic 1 b treated with some danger, as the train which you borrowed of me some time ago.
be walked boldly up and shouted, was a unanimity of opini< n in favor it was committed by tramps.
under four subdivisions: First, the carries them is under slow motion as
Short—Oh, no, I still have it in mind “Hullo, Sarah!”
Policeman Eglin of Ashland arrest
of the co-operative plan of marketing
object sought; second, materials to be the big timbers are thrown off. Ac
Long—Well, don't you think this
At that instant lightning struck the crop.
a ntgro answering the description
used; third, plan of work; fourth, *ug? cording to i eport the end of a big would be a good time to relieve your tlie telephone and knocked the old
telephoned Chief Chase by the Mar
gestive facts to the teacher. Field
wind of it?
crops, horticulture, laundering, chem stick bit Madsen and threw him be
shal of Gold Hill, but he was dis
feet he excitedly cried:
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
istry, stock feeding, housekeeping,
‘‘That’s Sarati, every inch.”
as co incriminating evidence
Digests all classes of food, tones
dairying, cooking and sewing are thus of the blow or being thrown under
could be found.
aud strengthens the stomach and di
systematically treated by educational the cars caused the injuries is not
lving out there?”
arrested Monday at
stated. Everything possible was dun ■
"Make a living! Why. he'd make n
digestion, Stomach Troubles, and the Dunn ranch, situated a few miles
makes rich red blond, health and
for him, but death followed shortly. •.ivlng on a rock In tlie middle of the
A raffle for $100 in U. S. gold coin strength, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure re- southeast of Ashland, while trying to
Deceased was a native of Denmark.
will take place at the Banquet Saloon builds wornout tissues, purities, sell a knife with A. L. Harvey’s name
in Jacksonville on Thursday night, strengthen* and sweetens tlie stem- inscribed on it. We have not learned
The remains were taken to Portland cock.”
for interment, says the Tidings.
Dec. 24, 1903. The person throwing acli.
G. __ A. Atkinson of W. Va. t be result of tbe'r examination.
A Possible Exception.
the highest number with dice will say»:
.. . ‘>1 have used a number of bot
Wife—Isn’t it a-fact, dear, that hand get $75, and the lowest throw takes —
Cure and have
‘ of Kodol Dyspepsia
. . .
His Politics the Wrong Brand some men are proverbially disagree the remaining $25. Chances will t tles
cz ^ stohia .
found It to te a very effective and, in
range from one cent to $1. A tine deed, a powerin’ remedy f r stomach ¿¡can ths
^0D Haffl AlwaTS
Husband—Well, I don’t know. I al turkey supper will be set alter the ailment*. I re ommtud it to ni.v
D. T. Sears, who has been holding a
position in the internal revenue ways try to be pleasant.
I triends.” Sold by all druggists.
sure general sati faction.
service at Spokane—that of gauger—
wa* removed by Collector. Crocker last
week. He Is a Democrat, but has been
W. S. Hally, P. (). True. T< xa°, r
immui.e for several years under elv 1- writes : • Mv w fe hid l>< eti -i ff ■!
t er vice regu'atlons. Mr. Sears held a five years «|t!> i>ar y 1* iu liei are.
, uh nl v * !• r u lded to u-e B illarrt’ ,
81ml ar position here while the Me ’for.] s ,ow Llullll Ilt| which cur. d her a I
the most dependable
has stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half MOBoo
Di tlllery was in operation and a long right. I hive al«o u* d i' h r 'nr•
farmentj in the world
bottles. Does this record of merit appeal to you?
No Cure, No Pay.
__ bis lu mo frostbiles and *kin erup:io s. 1. i.*1.
or working men
plans are he has not divulged.
Hinkle, Central Point, Ore.
etching Joints CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET
Circuit Court Notes.
FOR DECEMBER TERM
A Fatal Accident.
Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic
An Interesting Discovery.
It is believed that the remains and
treasures recently found in an Indian
grave on the bank of Rogue River,
near Table Rock, by Elbert and War
ren Hulbert, sons of A N. Hulbert of
Sam’s Valley, were those of a promi
nent warrior of the Rogne River tribe,
who ruled supreme in the Valley of
the Rogue when the white man came
over half a century ago. In the
grave, beside the skeleton, was an
old-time Dutch oven, such as the
miners used in the early days in which
to cook their flapjacks and “Dutch
loaves.” And in the oven were a
number of Mexican, Peruvian and
Spanish coins, with holes punched in
them ar.d strung on a buckskin
thong None of the coic bora a date
mier than isio, and some of them
were dated as early as 1820, proving
that the Indian must have gone to
his happy hunting grounds early in
1850 or the latter part of the ’40’s.
Other things found in the grave,
which undoubtedly comprised the
redskin’s most highly-prized earthly
treasures, were a quantity of Indian
shell money, or wampum, two stone
pestle*, a scalp lock of auburn hair—
which tells the story of an early-day
tragedy—dice and cleaver, and the
remains of a pack-saddle.
Table Rock was the headquarters
for all the tribes of the Rogue River,
and I d its shadow chiefs met in coun
cil. Here, too, an Indian village
stood, and about Gold Ray, the pres
ent site of the power dam of the Con
dor Water & Power Company, are yet
to be seen the pits over which the
many tepees stood.
An Instructive Event.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Ab«o! eteiy Pura '
THEME IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Harry Foster, a member of the pop
ular and wideawake firm of Foster &
Gunnell, was in Portland last week
and was interviewed by a Telegram
reporter while there. He Is interest
ed In the Oregon Belle, situated
about 10 miles southwest of Jackson
ville, which was bought for $30,000,
of John Broad and Thos. Reid, by
New York parties, and which wjll be
fitted up in first-ciass style next spring.
The Sturgis hydraulic mine, located
on Forest Creek, has just been sold to
San Francisco parties for $35,000.
This has been a producer for years
and paid 25 per cent on the invest
The Greenback is steadily dropping
40 stamps and is approximately pro
ducing $200,000 per year. C. L. Bre-
voort, of New York, the owner of the
property, has just made bis annual
inspection, and is well pleased with
the outlook. He has been inspecting
some placer mines situated in Steve’s
Fork district, Jackson county, belong
ing to the Oro Graud Mining Co,
with a view of investment. M:\ Bre- I
voort recently returned from Siberia
with bls consulting engineer, where
be has been for six months develop
ing quartz propositions. He states
that he has given up work there and
that Southern Oregon is good enough
A farmers' instltut will be held at
the county seat Saturday, Dec. 19th,
under the auspices of the Oregon Agri
cultural College and Jacksonville Board
of Trade. There will be three sessions
—forenoon, afternoon and evening.
The address of welcome will be deliv
ered by Hon. W. M. Colvlg. responded
to by Dr. James Withycombe. Several
selections will be given under the
direction of Mrs. Susie Neil, the well-
known music teacher, and Prof. E. E.
Washburn, principal of the Jackson
ville High School. One feature of the
evening session will be a sketch of the
work of the Agricultural College, illus
The big copper deposit of the Coast
trated by stereopticon views, by Prof.
Copper Company, of Roseburg,
Kent. Among the speakers who will
originally by 16 individual
address the institute and read papers
are Dr. J. Withycombe, Prof. Kent claims and located near the Illinois
and Cordley of the O. A. C., Prof. River, in Curry county, has been bond
Knisley the.^pmiat H od . J. H. Stew* i ed to F. K. Kribs for $150.000. It is
art of Medford. Hon. J. W. Bailey, t understood that Mr. Krib* is acting
State Dairy and Food Commissioner, for a syndicate of Spokane capitalists
A. H. Carson commise-ioner State Hor and mining men, headed by the well-
ticultural Society, Prof. E. E. Wash known mining operator, Patsey Clark,
bum, H. E. Lounsbury, T. F. A. This bond covers a period of nine
Southern Pacific, lion. Miles Can trail months, but developement of the
of Applegate. Mrs. J. C. Pendleton, property is to commence right away.
of the richest copper ore ever
Table Rock, Gus Newbury, of Jackson Some
seen in this state has been taken
ville, W. H. Gore of Ish Farm, S. W. from this ledge-
Boyd of Griffin Creek.
o .a. st t 0 ä
Ashland Went Dry.
The municipal election held at Ash-
land Tuesday resulted in a victory for
the Prohibitionists. Their majority is
24. No liquor can therefore be sold le
gally in that town during the ensuing
The proposed charter amendments,
providing for the issuance of bonds
with which to establish a sewer system
and perfect the present water system,
also providing for municipal ownership
of an electric light and power plant
and the submission of the liquor-license
question to the voters annually, were all
H. S. Evans was chosen mayor, L. L.
Mulit treasurer, M. Berry recorder
H. T. Mitchell, C. C. Chappel and T’
F. Smith co urciiirin.
Sent to the Penitentiary.
A national convention of west
ern farmers has been in session in Chi
cago for the distinct and frankly-
avowed purpose of increasing the price
of farm products. This is out-octopus
ing the octopus'. It was a Vermont
prohibitionist, we believe, who believed
that the best way to “down the demon
of intemperance” was to drink himself
all the “red likker” that his skin
Feed pale girls on Scott’s
Walter Wyland, who created some Emulsion.
what of a sensation In these parts
We do not need to give all
before being placed in the Jackson
the reasons why Scott’s
county j ill, will spend 8 years in the
Idaho penitentiary, for the crime of Emulsion restores the strength
stealing several head of cattle.
and flesh and color of good
Sheriff Rader has been informed by
the officer who took Wyland back to health to those who suffer
that state that the judge before whom from sick blood.
lie was brought considered that he
The fact that it is the best
was a dangerous man and deserved a
preparation of Cod Liver Oil,
While the sheriff was taking him rich in nutrition, full of healthy
to the penitentiary Wyland broke out
with the small pox, and it became stimulation is a suggestion a*
necessary to quarantine him.
to why it does what it does.
Scott’s Emulsion presents
Cod Liver Oil at its best,
fullest in strength. least in
line of goods suitable for holiday pr iree-
r . _______
at the City . Di ’rug taste.
Store, Jacksonville. There is no stock
Young women in their
In Southern Oregon that surpasses it
inelegance or reasonableness. We are al “ teens ” are permanently cured
sotaking orders for watches, diamonds,
silverware, etc., and can save those of the peculiar disease of the
buying of us 20 per cent. Call and see
blood which shows itself in
paleness, weakness and nervous
Popular Holiday Excursion ness, by regular treatment
T. K. Boiton and Emii Peil, who with Scott’s Emulsion.
have been successfully conducting
It is a true blood food and
excursiou*to San Francisco for several
years, announce another, to take place is naturally adapted to the cure
during the holidays. It will leave
Ashland Saturday, Dec. 26th, on the of the blood sickness from
noon train. Round-trip tickets have
which so many young women
been placed at $16, good for 15 days.
In order that ample accommoda
tions mav te arranged for, those in
tending to make the trip are request
ed to inform the management as
early a* possible.
The hundreds who have partfc.pa'.
d in th<--e excursions will testify to
the enjoyment afforded by them
The iutuduct’on of the New Year It
San Ft a cisco is something worth
F‘ r ticketsan J information enquir
of L B. W arnek A S on , Medford.
W< will be glad to seal
a sample to any sufferer.
Be sure that this picture la
the torm oi a label la on the
a-rapper of every bottle •>
Emulsioa you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNK.
409 Pead St, Naw Yodk.