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Estate of Jas.Scobie. Feb. 27th set
as date for hearnig final statement of
Estate of Win. S. Cook. Sale of per
sonal property confirmed. Citation
issued to heirs to show cause why cer
tain real property should Dot be sold,
to be heard March 7th.
Geo. R. Hargadine vs. Allie llarga-
dine; divorce. C. B. Watson, attorney
J. C. Grubb, Applegate Precinct,
Jan. 13, horses and cattle, brands 87
on left hip, marks swallow-fork In
right, crop and split in left.
•»Anar I ww ladwead tu try CASCA*
BETS. I will never be without them In th. bou«e.
My Hv.r was In a very bad «bap«, and my bead
ached and 1 bad .toma.-h trouble
Now. »ine. tak I
ln« CaMarew. 1 feel Cue
My wife ha» also u»ad
them with beneficial re.nil» for »our atosiach."
joe. ERBHidsu. W21 Congm. tt< St Louia Ma
Potent Taste Unod De
Soo<3. Never Sicken W eaken. or Gripe. 1W- We. Me
MA Til DIP
Sold and «iisrsiiived by aU.lrua
(lauto cVltl. lobate« Habib
H M Cess vs. Delia and Theresa
Bryant; to recover money. Postponed
for trial until the third day of March
Darling vs. Darling; divorce. Set
for hearing on Jan. 28th.
Ida E Myer vs. Edward B Myer;
divorce. Default entered against de
fendant and decree granted.
W F Shields vs. Lillian Shields.
Default entered against defendant
and F M Calkins appointed to take
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver Co. vs.
Samuel Geary; to recover money.
Judgment for *66.50 and costs.
State Land Board F J Creede, et al;
to foreclose mortgage. Decree grant
Court adjourned until Thursday,
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the diseased membrane.
It cures catarrh and drives
away a cold in tbe head
Crvani Balm la placed Into th» nostrils. spreads
over the membrane and is absorbed. Relief la Im
mediate and a cure follow». It is not drying—does
not produce sneezing. Large Size, 50 cents at Drag-
gists or by mail; Trial Size, 10 cents.
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Matter» of Importance Transacted at
The richest woman in Alaska, and
the Court House.
the one who blds fair to succeed Hot-
ty Green as the wealthiest of her sex»
The largest sum ever paid for a prescription
changed hands In San Francisco Aug SD. 1901.
The transfer involved in coin and stock *112,-
600 and waa paid by a party of business men
for a specific for Bright's Disease and Diabetes
hitherto Incurable diseases.
They commenced the Serious Investigation of
the specific Nov. 15, 1800. They Interviewed
■cores of the cured and tried It out on Its
merits by pujtlng over three dozen cases on
the treatment and watching them. They alao
physicians to name chronic, tncurabl
cases, and administered it with the physician
or Judgys. Up to Aug. 25 eighty-seven per
cent, of the test cases were either wall or pro
There being but thirteen per cent, ot failures,
the parties were satisfied and closed the trans
action. The proceedings of the Investigating
oommtttee and the clinical reports of the test
cases were published and will be mailed tree
application Address J obs J. F vltos C o .
Msriia« H t - ht -* j r-rr—r < bb«BRB, luoatreai. 5e» iork.
An almost» infallible remedy for dis
eases of the Throat, and Lungs,
known ®> used the world over for
almost a Century
THE SCHOOL continues the careful train
ing and thorough Instruction tor which
It Is favorably known.
THE MUSICAL DEPARTMENT 1» always I
tn cbarge ot competent and experlenced-
teachera. Board and Tuition per Session
of Twenty Weeka, $80. Studlea b» glnj 1
For prvapeetua, addresa
C- S. Flinn to Flora Garrison, prop
erty in Jacksonville: *500.
Wtu. W. Willits to Irene Willits,
admmivtratur’s deed to lots 11 and 12,
blk 53, Medford; «750.
Mary Flies tu T. M. Jones, lots 1
and2,Cooksey aid Central Polnt;*750.
J. W. Merritt, Trustee, to Jaoe
Moreland, lot 1, blk 50, Central Point;
Ella and E. E. Smith tu Fish Like
Water Co., right of way across land io
sec 19, tp 36, 1 e; *1.
Garfield Iron and Lime Co., to J.
D. McCuacb, mining property in tp
36, 3 w; »11,250.
Estate of Ben and Victor Piymale,
minor heirs of W. J. Plymale. Kate
Plymaie appointed guardian.
M Frances Gilmore« to Annie
Wright; 160 acres in tp 36, 4«, *1.
F G Birdseye tu Chas E White;
569} acres in sections 24, 25, 27 and 29,
tp 36, 4w, *5,000.
E W Briggs to W Turnbougb; lot
2, sec 9, tp 38, lw, *1,200.
H F Pohland to T Auld, lots 1, 2, 3,
4, 5 and 6, blk 3, Pracht’s add to Ash
Sterling C Minnick to Toos L
J oner, lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, blk 56, Cen
tral Point, «250.
Thos L Jones to Amos A Fries; lots
1, 2, 3 and 4, blk 56, Central Point,
J TC Nash to PaullueSturgis, prop
erty in Medford, *4,000.
Chas E Wbite*to A W Sturgis; land
in secs 24, 25, 26 and 27, tp 36, 4w,
II Hosier to Otho T West; lots 30,
31 and 32, blk K, RR add Ashland,
P P Ebrmann to L H Teters; lots 13
■ nd 14, blk T, *10.
N Cummons to J K Reader; lota 24
and 27, in Muntview add, Ashland,
S J Evans to H S Evans, property
io Ashland, *2,1 0.
J T Miller to H D Reed; land in tp
35, 3 w, *300.
A Vest Pocket Doctor.
Miss Lena 8. Walton, of Nome, came
to Portland last week for the purpose
of closing a contract with the Ham
mond Manufacturing Company for a
*40,000 dredge, which she will install
next summer at her placer properties
on the Muxlux.
The item of the dredge Is but an in
cident in the business trip which
brought Miss Walton out of the froz
en north for the first time in six years.
She occupied a first floor suite at the
Port’and Hotel, made the deal for a
piece of mining machinery costing a
fortune with less dickering and fuss
than an ordinaryl “mere woman” de
votes to a spring bonnet, and returned
to Tacoma. From Tacoma she leaves
immediately for Washington, where
she has a suit involving from *500,000
(0*1,000,010 now pending in the Su
preme Court. In Washington she ex
pects to meet the picturesque James
Hamilton Lewis and retain him to ar
gue her case; which she expects to win
hands down. This is the second inci
dent of her mission to “the States.”
Incident No. 3 is a stay of a week in
New York, whereshewill confer with
her bankers, and No. 4 is a quick run
across to London, where she will con
clude negotiations for the sale of her
Alaska tin holdings, which represent
figures, the naming of which made the
interviewer dizzy. For the accom
plishing of these things 3he has allot
ted herself six weeks, and before the
middie of March she expects to be in
Portland and in her first-floor suite
F. Hare, Supt. Miami Cycle & Mfg
o , Middletown, O., suffered for ten
ears with dyspepsia. He spent hun
dreds of dollars for medicine and with'
doctors without receiving any per
manent benefit. He bays; “One night
while feeling'exceptionally bad 1 was
about to throw down tne evening
paper when I saw an item in the paper
regard ing the merits of Kodel Dyspep
sia Cure. I concluded to try it and
while I had no faith in it I felt better
after the second dose. After using
two bottles I am stronger and better
tbao I have been In years, and I recom
mend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to my
friends and i cquaintances suffering
from stomach trouble.” Sold by all
P atton -S loan -I o Jacksonville, Jan.
20, 1904, by Judge Chas. Prim,
F. Patton and Miss Luella C. Sloan.
M essenger —S hear —At Granta Pass,
Jan. 17, 19G4, Clarence Messenger of
Applegate and Mrs. Mary Shear of
S tricker —S tewart —At Portland,
Friday, Jan. la, 1904, Dr. Fredeiick
Stricker of Grants Paes and Miss
Miss Bertha Stewart of Fliot, Mich.
Never in tbe way, no trouble to
carry, easy to take, pleasant, and
never tailing iu results are DeWitt’s
Little Early Kisers. A vial of these
hide pills in tue vest-pocket is a H oward —At Wolf Creek, Jan. 12,
1904, to Mr. and Mrs. Amos How
certain guarantee against headache,
biliousness, torpid liver and ah of
ard, a daughter.
tue His resulting fiom constipation.
They tunic and screugthen the livex. "H ughes — At Ashland, Jan. 13, 1904,
to Mr and Mrs. E. P. Hughes a son.
bold by All Druggists.
M’DowELL-At Ashland, Jan. 6, 1904,
to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Mcloweli, a
ofctiaracter and gouu repuiauuti iu
each »tale (one in thie county ie-
quued) io represent and advertise old
eetaulistied wealthy business iiuut-c uf
sond financial stauuiug. Salary *21.00 C lark —At Klamath Falb, Jan. 15,
weekly with expenses additional, ail
19u4, Waller E. Ciaik.
payable in cash uirecl every Weuues-
aay lrom iiead offices, fiurceana cai-
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Ser«. 60c. a box, 6 foi *2.50 by tuelL A written guarantee, to cure »>
mona; retuude«», with k bozee. Circulars free.
Address, BISHOP REMEDY COW San Francises, Oat
At A. P. Estabrook, Gold HilL
I nfants /C hildren
ness and Rest .Contains neither
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral.
N ot N arcotic .
San Francisco, Jan. 25.—Struggling
for life In the waters of a slough at
Baden, Into which a swamped boat
had cast them, two of a party of foui
duck hunters were drowned Sunday
before help could reach them.
young fisherman named Harry O’BrleD
and Harry Holsworth of this city sank
beneath the chilling waters just at
rescuers were hastening from the
shore, but William Bryan of 2105 Mis
sion street and a young man reported
to be Johnny Schwab, a druggist of
Sixth and Mission streets, managed
the one to cling to the capsized craft
and the other to swim to an empty I
skiff, where they rested until drawn, I
completely exhausted. Into the boati
of the lifesavers.
D. M. FERRY A CO.
Mothers and Daughters
T. J. Cham hers, Ed. Vindicator, Liber
ty,Texas, writes Dec. 25, 1902:" With
pleasure and unsolicited by you, 1
1 bear testimony to the curative pow
er of B llard’s Horehound Syrup. I
have used it iu my family and can I
cheerfully affirm it is the most effec
tive and pleasaut remedy for coughs1
and colds 1 have ever used ” 25c, 50c I
and *1.00. Dr. J. Hinkle, Central
four Cold Curea for fta..
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HUNTERS DROWNED I
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For Infant* and Children,
ty receives homeless and orphan chil
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in good family homes for adoption.
Families desiring children for adop
tion may address I. F. Tobey, superin
tendent, at 606 Marquatu Building,
Portland. He is now in Medford, at
Halley’s rooming house. More than I
seven hundred children have been
placed by the s icielv on the North-1
west Coa«t since 1895.
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The Bost in Current Literature
Wilkesbarre, Pa., Jan. 25.—Tele I
phone advices received here last night
state that an Ice gorge has formed in
tho Susquehanna river and for a ills
tance of thirty miles the river Is en
Nearly the whole
town of Rupert is submerged and on
Water street the water comes up to
the second story, The Pennsylvania
railroad station Is surrounded by
Several houses have been
moved from their foundations and the
great majority of the farms are un
At Bloomsburg the Ice is jammed u[
forty feet high and the large bridge
over the Susquehanna at that place
has been moved five feet and. Is ex
pected to collapse at any moment
One-third of the town of Bloomsburg I |
is submerged by the waters.
Tho village of Espey, two mile«
north of Bloomsburg, Is partially sub
merged. Many families have been
driven from their homes by the rust
of waters and many had narrow es
Wheeling, W. Vs., Jan. 25—The
crest of the flood swell was reached
here yesterday, when the stage was
forty-four feet two inches. Fully one
third of the homes in the city were
wholly or partially Inundated.
In Benwood there Is not a single
block that is high and dry and the
5000 people there are living in second
stories or on the hillsides.
Pittsburg, Jan. 25.—The flood has
in a great measure passed this point,
but portions of tbe two cities are still
submerged and will not be freed from
the water until today.
New Cumberland. W. Vs., Jan. 25.—
Fully one-half of this town is under
twelve feet of water and a blizzard is
Cincinnati, O., Jan. 25.—With ths
arrival here of the steamer Courier
last night navigation was opened on
part ot the Ohio river.
Theh Ice around Coney Island gave
way and sank the towboat Adelle at
Brown's landing, together with a
barge of coal. Loss, *15,000. Three
men employed on the Adelle are miss
ing and are supposed to have been
The Kind You Have
Many Towns Submerged and
Inhabitants Driven From
Washington, Jan. 25.—Rear-Admiral
Taylor, chief of the bureau of naviga
tion, made a remarkable recommends,
tlon In his testimony before the house
committee on rivers and harbors. II
was that the naval training station on
Goat island be transferred to San Di
He said in part: “It is on an island
owned in a great measure by the army
which has certain of Its equipments
there. It has lately been decided be
tween the two departments that ths
army cannot give up its part, and It
leaves too little space for the navy
It is hoped that tho navy will present
ly be able to find a place on the gov
ernment reservation at San Diego tc
put up a naval training station there
to transfer IX. For that reason ths
largo sum of *180,000 asked for by this
station has not been put before you
and tho sums that have been submit
ted are believed to be simply foi
maintenance and tho protection of ths
a a a a a a k
“Dear me!” sighed Mrs. Oldcastle.
I don t know what we are to do with
for hatching purposes, from Pure-Bred, High-Grade Barred Plymouth Rock' the hoi polloi.”
Josiah, replied her hostess, “want
chickens, is dirt cheap. The Barred Plymouth Rock is the best all-round chick-
ed io have ours put In a box and set in
en known; matures early, grows large—a good layer, and unsurpassed for the tbe' Jlhrary window, but I just told him
table. First cotne, first served. Order now, and thus make sure of a start in we’d have new ones set out next spring
these superior fowls. There is money in them, whether raised for the market If the frost killed them off.”—Chicago
or for home use. It costs as much to kqep a “scrub” chicken as a pure-bred, ItecordXllern Id
and it is not worth half as much for any purpose. Call at the farm, or write.
. 4 F amily L ibrary
Jdmlral Taylor Recommends Removal
of Naval Training Station.
The following quotations were
made up this afternoon, and is an
LABOR UNION BANKS.
impartial report of the prices charged
by Jacksonville dealers:
Chicago Trade Organization» Start a
Wheat—#1 per bushel.
New Financial Scheme.
Flour—*2.30 (a *2.40 per 100 pounds.
Chicago, Jan. 25.—Having *3,500,(MK
Oats—55c per bushel.
to their credit in local banks, Chicago i Barley—Roiled. *1.50 per cental.
Ilay—Per ton. baled, *16.
trade unions have started a movement
Potatoes- ic per ib
for a trade union bank, with the uniOD
—ljc per pound.
lavel over the door. The proposition | Onions
Butter—5oc per roll.
if successful, the labor men say, will: Beans—3(a5c per pound.
be the initiative for similar institu ' Lard—15c per nouud.
tions In every city and town in the
Eggs—35 cts per dozen.
Sugar—D. G. *5.85iq*6 35 per cwt.
An attempt to balk the enjoyment j Poultry—*3.50 to *4.00 per dozen.
Hams—16-(ql7c per pound.
by capitalists of the fruits of union
Shoulders—12Jc per pound.
labor is the prime cause of starting the
Side Bac jn—156z20c per pound.
movement, Local labor men are en
LATE NEWS IN BRIEFS
thusiastic over the suggestion, and
San Luis Obispo.—The preliminary Insist that the venture will be a sue-
LUMBER AND SHINGLES.
hearing of the railway robber suspect cess from the start. All the earn- i
has begun. The prisoner is unusually Ings will be applied to the promotion
The undersigned Is prepared to
Indifferent and declines to give his of union causes.
furnish rough and finished lumber of
i , the test quality, with dispatch and
SOEDER DEFIES POLICE.
Washington.—The government has
j at reasonable rates at my mill on
practically concluded its side of the Say» He Can Never Be Convlctftl Evans Creek. Also shingles that
have no superior.
case in the trial of August W. Machen
Whether Guilty or Not.
P. W ilson . Spikenard, Or.
and others charged with conspiracy
San Francisco. Jan. 25.—“Whethei
to defraud the government.
1 am guilty or whether I am innocent
Berlin.—An official dispatch from of the murder of Joseph Blaise, the
Windhoek, German Southwest Africa police will never be able to stick me.’ i «
says the Germans have lost heavily in
With this remark. Leon Soeder, > I rarljno AtfpnfiAnf «
an unsuccessful attempt to relieve Ok leaning against the door of his cell I d f L.uUlvO,
ahandja; th«W five settlers and their the city prison, summed up the evl-' *
entire families have been murdered, dence against him—so far as he i Original and only genuine Frenct
and that the Hereros have been threat knows the evidence—and by it ex > Tansy Wafers for sale by I eadlng
Druggists. »2 ptr box. safe and re-
pressed his opinion of the outcome of; #
liable. Accept no aubatltute.
Camden.—The steamship Mongolia, his case. There are several officials J DR ROBISON. JACKSONVILLE, ORE
built for the Pacific Mail Steamship about the hall of justice who share
company, has left the yards of the | Shoeder’s opinion, and the prellmi . Mta
New York Shipbuilding company for nary examination is only three days
Newport News on her trial trip. The away. Yet the detectives Insist that
vessel, which Is 616 feet in length, Is they will be ready by Wednesday tc ;
To Vaccinate Calves
the largest ship of her kind ever built show that Soeder must be held for i
In this country.
trial, and ready when the trial comes
Salinas.—Gut Har, the young Chi to convict him.
Every calf In Germany will be vac-
cinated upon reaching its third month nese girl, whose sensational abduc-;
READY TO MEET CHARGES.
with specially preptred tubercuh sis tlon occurred two months ago. has;
Washington, Jan. 25.—Senator Bur
bacilli taken from human beings if
There was much excitement when it ton of Kansas, against whom a federal
the proposals of Professor Behring, I was discovered that the little 13-year- j grand jury on Saturday returned an
the great bacteriologist and opponent old Chinese girl who accompanied the indictment for accepting a bribe from
of Professor Koch's tubercuh sis theo sheriff was the central figure in the the Rialto Grain company, has Indi-1
ries, are adopted by the Reichstag. case that stirred the entire country cated to his friends his Intention of
Professor Behring pleaded the adop two months ago, and baffled the au waiving all his rights as a United
States senator and accepting service
tion ot an imperial law to this end in thorities in San Francisco.
tn the case at once. He has left for
conference with tbe Ministry of
St. Louts, expressing his determlna
Agriculture. The professor also pro
M. Johnson, the widow of the late tlon to force the matter to an Immfr
poses to add a gramme of formalin to
Constipation is nothing more «
Captain William R. Johnson of the Pa dlate Issue.
every ten-quart can of milk. He
a clogging of the bowels q
clfic Mall Steamship company, ended
and nothing Ie»« than vital stag
maintains that, fresh milk contains her life in the home of her host, Wil
WRECK IN TENNESSEE.
nation or death if not relieved.
Memphis, Tenn., Jan. 25.—Illinois
elements fatal to disease bacteria, but liam A. Deane. Her act was delib
If every constipated sufferer
that it quickly loses them. Formalin, erate, and yet she gave no sign to her
could realize that he is allowing
he adds, would conserve the^e ele friends that she was wean- of living, to Chicago, was wrecked near Gates.
poisonous filth to remain in his
system, he would soon get relief.
nor did she leave a letter of explana Tenn. Several people are reported
Constipation invites all kind of
tion, or so far as is known, a will or killed. A train with doctors and
nurses has been sent from Memphis.I
contagion. Headaches, bilious
Repudiated its Warrants.
ness, colds and manv other ail
Manila.—It has just been learned
ments disappear when consti
here that Lieutenant Cafnpbell W. :
pated bowels are relieved. Thed-
Some time ago the County court of Flake of the Twenty-second infantry i officials of the Illinois Central have no
ford’s Black-Draught thoroughly
Malheur county cancelled county was killed while trying to enter Moro! details of the wreck other than a re
cleans out the bowels in an easy
and natural manner without the
warrants to the amount of *14,000, Cotta, In Mindanao, for the purpose ’ port that one person was killed and
purging of calomel or other vio
and after consideration allowed the of examtnltg the locality, accompanied several injured.
matter of rescinding tins order to be by .Private Foy of the same regiment.
A LITTLE THEATRE FIRE.
Be sure that you get the origi
brought up at the last meeting. After He was shot treacherously, the Moros
nal Thedford's Black-Draught,
Chicago, Jan 25.—A small fire in
made by The Chattanooga Medi
fully considering the matter the firing on the party while Major Bul the Garrick theatre, which is on the
cine Co. Sold by all druggists in
court tinal'y refused to rescind the lard was parleying with them. Moro first floor of the Schiller building, a
25 cent and *1.00 packages.
Cotta was. at once taken by assault, skyscraper, caused considerable ex-;
order, and thq. amount stands can
Moms. Ark., Ear 25, 1S01.
with no further loss to the expedi cltement among the tenants. No one
I raanot reronrairsd Tied tors'« Black-
celled. Parties owning the warrants tionary forces. The estimated loss
too highly. I keep It 1» my hsoss
was In the theatre, and the nervous
now threaten to bring suit for the
all the time and have u»ed It for the last
collection of the money, and a tedious among the Moros Is twenty killed.
ness of the people in the building, who
tea years. 1 aever »»re my chlldrva
San Francisco.—“I fear no God, and were easily susceptible to panic, owing
aay Other laxatlr*. I thlak I real«
and costly law suit is probable.
herer he able to work «tthoot It
I curse no God. Please put me under to the Iroquois disaster and the panic
oo accoint of beta« troubled with _
cover just as I am. Dearest mother, in the Masonic temple Saturday, was
constipation. losr medicine Is
■ all that keep* me up.
good-bye, and God bless you.” With quickly allayed.
C. B/B c FARLAXD.
these words penned In a hand unnerv
ed by over-indulgence in drink. Jock
NOTED INDIAN FIGHTER DEAD.
A. Strickland, a prominent youg ma
New York. Jan. 25.—General Wil
from I»ondon, turned on the gas and liam Chauncey Klbbe, an old Indian I
Slade Matter. Worae.
died. Strickland has been stopping fighter whose proudest boast was that I NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
“I am the unhickiest man alive!”
at 1292 Turk street and was employed he had been largely Instrumental tn In the County Court of tbe State of Oregon for
“What’s the matter?”
at the Union Iron works in the draft preventing California from seceding
"Wliy. I heard that she was engaged, ing department. He was about 25 or from tho Union when Confederate In tbe matter ot the Estate ot C. Magruder,
so 1 went riMiul aaitl proposed to her so 26 years of age. and from letters agents were active there just before NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN THAT THl
that she wouldn’t think 1 bad boon tri- found on his person it would seem the Civil war. Is dead at his home undersigned, administrator ot tbe estate oi
filed tn tbe
fling with her.”
that his family connections In Eng In Brooklyn of tuberculosis. He was county court ot JscksonCo .Oregon.his final ac
“And wasn’t she engaged ?”
land are of the best.
I count as said administrator, and by order o
In his 82d year.
Hon. Chas. l*rim, judge ot salt* court. Febru
“Yes, but she broke it off. She* said
ary 27. ISC4, at 10 o'clock A. M., is set to.' tbe
hearing thereof. Al! persons interested an
my love was more sincere than the
hereby notified to appear and tile bts or her ob
jectlon to the same on or before satd day.
16 CENTS PER EGG
OBJECTS TO GOAT ISLAND.
Homes Wanted for Children
LOCATED 2 MILES NORTH OF JACKSONVILLE
Mie placed Confidence
OWNED BY A. P. ARMSTRONG, OF PORTLAND, OREGON
Civil Engineer and Locator
N< aily every pound of freight ship
ped by jobbers from eastern or middle
eastern points to the Pacific ccast is
affected by the advance in commodity
rates put into effect, Jan. 18th, by the
western ral'Oids and their eastern
connecticns. The lines making the
dvance are the Southern Pacific,
Union Pacific, Great Northern, Bur
lington, Northern Pacific and Cana
dian Pa itic. The increase averages
17) per cent.
Merchants and shippers are under
stood to be very much aggrieved be
cause they do not consider that they
were granted sufficient opportunity to
adjust their business t.o tlie changes
consequent upon the advance in rates.
Tbe first reliable information they
liad was conyeyed in copies of the new
tariffs Some of tiie more important,
commodities affected by tiie new tariff
are machinery, structural iron and
steel, sewing machines, agricultural
implements and canned goods.
Coincident with these advances arc
new regulations of handling livestock
Shippers of poultry hereafter will be
required to pay for the transporta
tion of every man sent with shipment»
and those wno accompiny cattle ship
ments will not be granted return
C. B. Wade, Hie late cashier of tin
First National Bank of Pendleton,
whose financial collapse recently
created a sensation in Eistern Oregon,
was a passenger on the overland train
which passed th rough the valley Sun
day, en route to San Francisco, In
search of rest. His wife attended
him and they m ty go to the Orient
for the benefit of A r. W.’s health, a-
be is a complete physical wieck. He
was one of the most pn mlneot men
in Eastern Oregon,had the ent ire con
fidence of the public and was entrust
ed personally with the financial affaiis
of many individual-, who are heavy
losers by his failure, which was pre
cipitated by unfortunate mining spec
ulations. The total claims against
He is Still Undiscovered
Wade, who I as been declared a bank
rupt., will. It is expected, reach *250,-
“Slate of Oregon vs. J. F. Munz; 000, while hli assets are one-thitd of
indictment of murder,” has appeared that amount.
on tiie circuit court,docket every term
of circuit court for Klamath county
A Merry Coasting Party
since September, 1886. Fritz Munz
was a wealthy stockman of Sprague
A party of young people took the
river valley and was Indicted for kill midn ght train, Saturday, for Coles-
ing Peter Show Case, an Indian, who tin, where for several hours Sunday
had excited his fiery temper. He they had the gayest kind of a time
gave bail in the sum of *6000. His coasting and snowshoeing down the
case came up for trial at the spring white hillsides adjacent to the hotel.
term of 1887, but Munz was not there Bobsleds and handsleds were taken
to answer to the query of the court,
“guilty or not. guilty,” and on the there and the snowshoes were found
court records for June of that year Is at Celestin. The numerous spilliogs
the statement “defendant was called from the sieds into the snow only add
for arraignment, but became not, and ed to the enjoyment of the young peo
his bail bond was ordered forfeited.”
John Gleitu (now deceased) and John ple. .Mrs. Geo. V. Gillette chaperon
Fries« were his bondsmen, and the ed the parly, and the other members
full amouut of his bait was promptly were: Misses Bessie Wallace, Mary
made a part of the county funds. All Rodgers, Anna Colvig, Agnes Elene
these years the whereabouts of Friiz
George; and A. W. Hubb«, Walter
Munz has been unkoown; but it is
thought that be returned to Germany. Walrad, Eirl Shepherd, Clint Chis
It is likely that he has beet) lotig holm of Ashland, Sam Richard-on,
dead, as he was writ advanced in years Hal Hubbs, H. Hockenyos, Percy De
when he left Klamath county to Groot of Medford.
escape a probable penalty of tbe
Cured After Suffering 20
Freight Rates Advanced
Dated January ft), 1804.
W J. FREEM AN.
Administrator of Estate of C. Magtudar.de
that is made in
AT ALL LEADING DEALERS.
C.G otzian &(9
OF REAL ESTATE.
In the Matter of tbe Estate)
Susan Ireland, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
pursuant to an order of tbe County
Court of tbe State of Oregon for Jack-
son County, duly made and entered of
record in the Probate Journal of said
Court, the undersigned, the Adminis
trator of said estate, will.
On Monday, the 1st Day of Fcb-
at tbe hour of 1 o'clock in the
afternoon of said day, at tbe frontdoor
of the Court House in the city of Jack
sonville, in Jackson County, Oregon,
sell, at Public Auction, to tbe highest
bidder for cash in hand, subject to the
approval and confirmation of said
Court, all the estate, right and interest
of said Susan Ireland at tbe time of
her death in tbe following realty, to-
The North Half of the Southwest
quarter of Section Ten, in Township
35 S., R. 2 W.,of the Willamette Merid
ian, in Jackson County, Oregon, con
taining 80 acres.
Dated this 16th Day of December,
Administrator Estate of SUSAN I re
land , Dec’d.
AMOR A. TussiNG, Att'y forAdm’r.
NOTICE OF Fl N A L SETTLEM ENT
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
bas Hied bls final account as administrator ot
the estate ot Emma B Hillis, deceased, in the
County Court for Jackson county. Oregon, and
Hon. Chas Prim, the judge <f said court, has
fixed Saturday, the SUb day of January. llMM.
at 10 o'clock a . m . at the court boure lu Jack
sonville. Oicgon. as ihe time and place for
tte hearing of objection» thereto and tbe
settlement of said estate All persona bating
objections to »aid account »re hereby required
to present the same on or before sal. day.
Dated this Ski day of December. 11» 3
W m HILLIS, Acmmistrator.
ADMINISTRATORS NO LICE.
The undersigned.having been dulv npro i ted
Hid qualired as administrator of th« Estate
f Erian Gordtu, ’ateof Ja< ksoo county. Ore.
deceased, per», ns having claims against said
Estate are hereby not med to present them,
with tbe proper vouche.-s stiacbed, to m> at
the law office of J. R Neil. Jacksonville.
Oregon, within six months from the dale
Da ed this 12th uay of January. IMU
Administrator of the Estate of Uriah toe-
J R Natu. Attorney
il» >k«Ml You Haw Mwais tagtt
Rough and Pretfcd Lt mb r, Mouldirgs, Doors
and Window Frames ; rd Casings, Dimension
Timleis—EveiAth ng C< mpíete tor a House,
Barn, Bridge or i i.y kii d oi Wooden Structure,
Furnished Promptly. : : : : :
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Shipments toAnyPoir.t in the United States. High
est Market Price Paid- for Lumber From Any Mill
in Southern Oregon:
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