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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1904.
The Initiative Prevails.
Pliny Strange, the expert printer,
who has been employed in Jacksonville
and Medford during the past year, will
soon assume the foremanship of the
The will of the late William Faber,
president of the Albany Brewing Co.,
who died recently in Portland, has been
filed for probate in the county court
at Albany. He left property valued at
$100,(X)0. Of this $5000 goes to relatives
in Germany and the remainder is be
queathed to his wife,Mrs. Lydia Faber,
with the exception of $2000, which is
left to Mrs. Nora Skiff of Portland.
M. A. Wertz of Grants Pass, the
well-known teamster and lumber manu
facturer, has finished the work of haul
ing the machinery for the big dredge
on Foots Creek. He moved about 170
tons of machinery, including some very-
heavy articles. The largest pieces were
the two boilers,each of 120 horsepower,
five feet in diameter and 21 feet long.
Butter Milk Prevents Jags.
TT IS AMATTER OF HEALTH
M. J. Donaldson-Selby of Sterling-
II. C. Shearer spent awhile in Mod-
little buttermilk on tiie side
A little snow fell during the past
was among our late visitors
week, some of which lingers on tho
Newbury, who has been very
A TWENTIETH OENTUKY FLYEB IN
a Washington mixologist, "and many sick with small pox, is convalescing.
THE MEDICAL FIELD.
E. W. Anderson, the enterprising
Mrs. Lou Shea of Glendale has been
J. H. Chambers of Ashland has re of the imbibers who have lhe repu
was in our midst the forepart of
Rheumatism Rapidly an<l Radically Cured
tation of being able to ‘put you under visiting in Medford and Jacksonville.
Qatek Work of a Kamous Remedy.
tiie table’ give it out on tire quiet
W. M. Colvig was in Grants Pass
W. H. Miller, the merchant, was in tiiat they are able to t ike 40 or 50
Convenience, comfort, safety, speed are
Rev. E. A. Ross, the evangelist, has
on professional business.
demanded by tiie traveling public in om
closed bls meetings at Ashland and
drinks without feeling any bad effects
. rapid century and tiie keenest intellect*
H. W. Orth made Medford a short
Hon. Miles Cantrail of Applegate if they ‘side it’ with buttermilk. I
gone to Portland.
constantly at work on these* problem*
business visit during the past week.
tarried a few hours in town Sunday.
are making wonderful progress in the
Rev. P. Datin of Grants Pass spent
A. W. Sturgis, the retired miuer, was ttie milk is a complete remeiy for any
Medford. The family of M. Gault is
construction of the steamship and the
a Jacksonville visitor oue day last week. eyil t fleets from alcohol, and the ca'ls Wednesday afternoon in Medford.
among those afflicted.
locouiotive. Like* results are sought in
lueslieiue-s and Dr. Williams’ Pink Pill*
Misses Mollie Ray and Rose Buckley
W. E. Phipps, the attorney, was in for a ltttl3 milk are g-ow ng more
A fine boy was born to Mr. and Mrs
for i'ale People are astonishing the world
of Applegate have been visiting in
Jacksonville Monday on legal business. numerous every day.
A.II Engle of Fort Klamath last week.
by the* t riumphs they an* winning in the
‘ There is no danger of hobnailed ’ Jacksonville.
He is a bouncer, weighing 14 pounds at
J. IL Messner, our energetic stock
rapid cure* of olistinate maladies, sucha*
to any whisky-drinker who uses
J.’C. Whipp is at Reno, Nev., en
inspector, was in Jacksonville Monday.
rheumatism. With speed they combine
and tills assertion is borne gaged in bis usual avocation—marble
convenience, perfect safety and cheap
Dr. Hargrave, county health officer, out by the fact that buttermilk is
and stone cutting.
have been residing in Jacksonville and
made Jacksonville an official visit Mon used largely by many of our best
Here is fresh proof of their roncen-
vicinity for several months,left for Cal
Chris Keegan, who is at Portland,
physicians in th ir practice. I know
trate-d virtue's: Mrs. Margaret Gantz
ifornia the forepart of the week.
having his eyes treated, is receiving
Miss Lelah O’Harra of Tolo is the an excellent pbjsi iin who stopped all
of No. 1527 Bodemau street, Burlington,
the relief sought for.
J. F. Galbraith, an experienced news
Iowa, is an industrious German woman,
of Miss Floy Cambers of Ash drinks on a patient with jiundice
S. M. Wilcox will soon become a resi
I. N. Lewis of Applegate and his
who alstut two and a half years age
except buttermilk. As a sumach
F. W. Chausse Ln the publication of dent of Medford,to assume the position
were in Jacksonville and Med-
found herself in danger of losing het
of railroad agent, vice W. V. Lippin I W. Thomas has become a resident protector against every ili effect of
the Oregon Observer at Grants Pass.
power to work altogether. She says
day this week.
cott, transferred. He has been filling of Medford, and is quartered at Hotel alcohol it has no equal. It appears
“I got rheumatism which*made my
The 4th of July will fail on Monday
of Climax, the well-
a like place at Woodburn,Marion coun Hart.
knees and elbows very stiff ami painful.
A pioneer citizen who was buying
this year, whereas it fell on Saturday
was In the central
ty, for a number of years, nearly ever
I liad difficulty in raising my arms and
observed a wormy one in a box
of last year. The skip of Sunday is ac
I could hardly lift my feet over my
since he left Grants Pass. Mr. Wilcox attending services at the M. E.Churcb, At first the buttermilk side i sue w s valley one day this week.
his disgust for the cod-
simply a fid with s m of the round
Miss Emma and Will. Nusbaum of
doorstep. I ought to have gone to bed,
enjoys an enviable reputation and will South.
has put orcbardi6ts
ers; but now, that it* value is known,* Lake Creek and Chas Seetield were re-
but I couldn't afford to do that, so ]
doubtless give entire satisfaction here,
in this state to so much trouble at d
T. K. Roberts and Mrs. J. H. Bed every first-class bar has found it neces cent visitors in Medford.
forced myself to work in spite of the- pail
Max Pracht, who has been for two as he has done elsewhere.
expense. He said for many years
ford, who live near Woodville, were sary to keep a good supply of fresh
and stiffness. After suffering for about
years special agent of tbe General
Mrs. G. A. Knoblauch of Ashland, BQ after lie arrived in Oregon he never
Chas. McKenzie, who was charged here Monday.
six months, I was told alsiut Dr. Wil
buttermilk on hand. A few Southern expert in that line, is teaching a large
Laud Office in Colorado and Nebraska,
with killing John Enboff at Dunsmuir,
liams’ Pink Pills for Pile People by s
saw nor heard of a wormy apple, and
Mrs. E J. Farlow of Ashland has congressmen patronize this bar, and class in dancing in that city.
has been ordered to Oregon City for
Calif., a few months ago, was tried in been visiting her sister, Mrs. E. D.
friend, who said she had been cored by
it was not till within 15 or 20 years
eight out of ten call for buttermilk.
them. On her advice, I bought wne box
the superior court of Siskiyou county, Foudray of Phoenfx.
Rev. F. G. Strange will hold services that anytbiog had been heard of the
“But if a fellow wishes to go out for
Railroad shipments have increased Calif., last week. The jury was out
and in two weeks after I began to use
at the Presbyterian church in PboeDix terrible San Jose scale.
Horace Pelton of Sams Valley,one of a night of it, and wants the pleasure Sunday morning and evening.
them 4 was well and 1 have had no need
in Southern Oregon so much recently about an hour before it returned a
The dealer explained that the cod-
to use them now for nearly two years.
that tbe local freight train is being verdict of manslaughter with recom our prominent citizens, did business in of knowing that he has put all his
moth came to Oregon from Missou
Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills are a good med
runningmates under the table, the
run daily instead of tri-weekly as for- mendation to the mercy of the court. our town a few days ago.
is a great apple-producing
icine and if I ever have rheumatism
P. B. Rackcliff of Sacramento is best thing for him to do is to drink
McKenzie was sentenced to San Quen
country. It did not cross the plains
again I will get a box right away. 1
among ub again, buying apples and about half a pint of olive oil before he
Fred H. Moore and his wife, who are tin for 10 years.
have told many friends wliat they did
Mrs. C. E. Smith of Grants Pass has in an ox wagon, as many other Mis
takes nis first drink."
talented actors, assisted by local ama
for me and I am glad to have everybody
A local teachers institute was‘recent other products of our county.
been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr. souri products did; but soon after
teurs, cleverly presented the drama ly held at Wllderville by Supt. Savage
A. D. McKee of Applegate and W.
the railroad across the continent was
J. T. Layton of Applegate precinct.
F. E. B.
Tliis is valuable news to all who suf At
completed there was a short crop of
Grants Pass, on Monday, Ed “Forgiven" at Ashland. Thursday of Josephine county, which proved a H. McKee of Big Butte have been
J. T. Layton of Applegate precinct, apple« in Oregon and a few carloads
fer from rheumatism. These pills have
We heard a man say the other
success in every way. The first subject spending several days in Medford.
also cured stubborn cases of locomotoi Chiles, a young man of excellent
the veteran miuer, has got his exten
were shipped in from Missouri by
J. Nunan has purchased the plant of presented was Reading by P. M. Co
ataxia, (»artial ¡wir.ily.sis. St. Vitos' dance, family, probably stabbed John Pat
Mias Edith Hoffman of Eugene, who February—Feb.—means freeze every sive minus ready for the annual run.
rail, Iu them the codltn moth ar-
sciatica, neuralgia, nervous headache, rick, wlo was filling the position of the Jacksonville Sentinel, of which rum, of Jackson county, who gave an has been visiting with Mrs. L. Bundy, body, and that man looked frozen in
D. S. Coulter was in town Tuesday. rived, an 1 a sad day it was for or-
John F. White held a bill of sale. Ho excellent, address in which he brought left for her home Saturday evening.
his ulster. It was apparent that he
palpitation of the heart and all forms ol day policeman, fatally.
needed the kind of warmth that stays, He is assisting E. W. Anderson of cbardht*.
weakness in male or female.
Chiles bad been drinking heavily, will not engage in the publication of a out* many valuable points, all of which
Wilbur A Jones, our efficient coun the warmth that reaches from head Watkins tudevelope his copper mines.
They are sold by all druggists, 01 and reaching his father’s store in a newspaper, however.
The Sau Jose scale also found iM
were greatly appreciated by the en
assessor, made us a call Saturday. to foot, all over the body. We could
will lie sent directly from the Dr. Wil drunken condition drove his aged
Mis. Tillie Miller, widow of the late way into Oregon by accident. A
liams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N.Y.,
He will soon begin assessing the county edge that Hood’s Sarsaparilla gives Will. L. Miller, has gone to New York party of Portland people, old-time
on receipt of the price, fifty cents pel mother and father into the street by tbe make-up of passenger trams pass
An interesting event happened to again.
permanent warmth, it Invigorates to lake a course as a nurse in St. Luke’s residents, spent the winter in San
box; six boxes for two dollars and a half threats to kill somebody.
ing through the valley. The smoking two of Ashland’s best young people at
the blood and speeds It along through hospital.
Jose some 20 years ago, and on return-
Look fur the full name on every box.
Making bis way further down town car now precedes the chair car, instead Spokane, Wash., Jan. 31st, being the
artery and vein, and really Jits men
the Hilt Lumber Co., operating in and women, boysand girls, to enjoy
Marshal Patrick met him, and was of foUowing it as heretofore.
Mr. Griswold of Washington, D. C., ng in the spring brought home a lot
marriage of Olaf Oleson, the train dis Siskiyou couuty, Calif., was among us
is iu the employ of the Govern of pl Kt* and shrub«. Nothing was
I n order to test the efficiency of * trying to induce Chiles to behave him
The mill at the Bill Nye Co.'s mite, patcher, and Miss Clara Pengra, the
of disease. It giyes the right kind of ment, has been in our town several known b tre of the San Jose scale at
“mixed diet" the soldiers sL.'.ioned at self and go to bgd, when suddenly located In Gall’s Creek, will soon be teacher, who is a daughter of Mrs. L. Monday.
warmth, stimulates aod strengthens
that time; but when these plants all
A. J.eNicholson was with us Satur at the same time, and all its benefits times lately.
Fort Leavenworth, Kan., weru re and without warning be whipped out started up, under tbe management of Pengra of Ashland and sister of E. B.
■lied and the shrubs and trees cf
cently subjected to three days’ experi a long butcherknife and stabbed the Mr. Blackmer. There is a large quan Pengra. The happy couple have be day. He will conduct a boarding house are lasting. There may be a sugges
Rev. J. D. Murphy will hold services
began to die an investi
ment with nothing to eat but hash. officer first in the abdomen, the second tity of good ore on the dump and plen gun housekeeping on Sprlfig street,
at the Catholic church Sunday, at 8:30
gation was started, and it was found
They had hash for breakfast, dinner time nearly severing the little finger ty more in sight.
a. m. Also at Medford on the same
The very best wishes of scores of
that Oregon had acquired another
and supper, and while no fatalities off Patrick’s left hand. Chiles was
Ptctareeqwe Dateh Boata.
day at 10:30 a. m.
Those desiring to take the examina
iosect pest, and one of the worst kind.
were reported there were 1,800 men immediately arrested and is now con
Wm. P. Swope, a well-known citi
tion with the Intention of becoming ord.
Later it was ascertained that the
who gave a sigh of relief when the ex fined in the Josephine county jail.
rural mail carriers in the service of tho
The Supreme Court has granted a re Applegate. She will leave for her are crowded, creaking rhythmically zen of Portland, was aboard the north scale was introduced into San Jose
Patrick may die. He has been on
periment was over. The test was made
government can obtain the proscribed hearing in the case of Mary H. Hanley, home in Harney county soon.
with the rise and fall of the water, bound train Monday evening, accom from China, its home. H. B. Miller,-
by order of the post commander, and the police force of Grants Pass a num-
Fred Miller, formerly of Medford, side by side, stem to rudder post. Jos panied by bis family.
blanks and required information by ap respondent,vs. Ellen J. Kubli and Chas.
an American consul In China, bunted
was for the purpose of obtaining a ra be of times, is a member of tbe G. A.
plying to the postmaster.
Pruett, appellants, which, some time has been visiting our city^ He is now tling one another in a great confusion
S. C. Swaggerty was on Coleman up its record there and found that
tion that could be kept in any climate, R. and a highly respected citizen and
of picturesque lines and gay carvings
careful officer. ’
E. L. Case of Grants Pass has receiv ago, was decided in favor of Mrs. Han engaged in business at Grants Paas in At all the little cabin windows are Creek Tuesday, hauling thither the the lady bug, common there, had
eaten by the men when at a great dis
ed from tbe Plain view stock farms two ley. The motion therefor was allowed
tance from their base of supplioe, and
clean lace curtains, aud on the deck effects of Mr McKimmon, who will be kept the scale within bounds. He
by Justice Bean, on the ground that
Ceylon Coleman, a son of Mr. and brass and copper pots age drying in employed at Stansell’s mill.
sent a lot of these ladybugs to Wash
make a steady diet under emergency
the ease involves a question as to the Mrs. John Coleman, is visiting in the the sun. Hanging from spars and ropes
ington, where they were propagated,
cases. It was required of the men that
which were taken to bis Duer creek power of the Legislature over general valley. He is superintendent of a pow the family wash flutters its many and 12, running between Ashland and and have been sent out to places
they express their opinion of bash as a
Judge George’s decision declaring
judgment liens, and Is one of great im der company, which has its works at hues against the windy sky. Chubby, Dunsmuir, is off duty on account of a where the scale is destructive. Some
steady diet, which they did it language invalid the law creating and conferring ranch In Josephine county.
red cheeked children climb in anJJ out severe attack of rheumatism.
Bay City, B. C.
were sent to Southern Oregon not long
The application of A. McCallen, L. portance.
more forcible than elegant long before powers^ upon lhe State Board of
of the cabin doors or press their round
and it is hoped that toey will
the three days were up, and before the Barber Examiners, will be carr ed to L. Multi, C. H Vaupel, G. F. Billings
Joe Russell and Wm. York of Apple
noses against the tiny window panes
and spread all over the state
commandant came around to hear the Supreme Court. The right to appeal
The women gossip in the sun or clat gate were at Grants Pass a lew days
verdict. The value of any information from a decision of a court which at National Bank of Lakeview, Ore., with est license is $400 and the highest SHOO, ed from their mines, located in Steve's ter around in pursuit of their household ago. shipping a large number of fat and in time entirely exterminate the
San J ose scale. It would scarcely be
the government gained, however, de tacks the validity of a law is obtained •25,000 capital, has been approved by which is paid by the Myrtle Creek sa Fork district. He reports nearly two duties, while tiie tnen lounge about, cattle they had sold to MitchelL
imagined that such tiny pests could
their bands in the pockets of their b" J
pends not a little oa knowledge of the by the State, and in the-cate involved the comptroller of currency.
travel so far as Oregon, or do so much
gy breeches, and through clouds of to
damage as they have since arriving
thriving business done by Leavenwort“. the State will appeal.
Frank Ankeny, who is tn charge of tion about the same as Douglas county, gressing merrily.
has leased Wm.Sorenson's yard,located
has 13 saloons. Of tteee five are in
Joe W Olweil, who has been spend bacco smoke survey this scene of no on Applegate, for a term of years. He here.
hot tamale men and restaurant keep
Judge George decided adversely to the Sterling mine, was in town Monday. Medford, three in Goid Hill, three in
ing severe! weeks in New York, study
ers during the three days of “bash tbe barber law on lhe ground that it He informs us that tbe cut which has
Treasurer’s Thirteenth Call.
Jacksonville and two in Central Poiut. ing the apple market, returned a few content.—Edward Penfield in Scrib nas met with considerable success.
created a board of txaminers and con
Mrs. G. W. Lance, Jr , and Mrs. W.
days ago, via Redlands, Calif., where
ferred upon it powers that belong to the time will soon be completed, when act Point have no saloons.
P. Bailey of Foots Creek were recent Office of the County Treasurer of 1
his parents reside. He obtained some
Didn't Like Chances.
Jackson County, Oregon, Jack- v
Legislature alone, in that the toard
“I’m a man,” said the old farmer to visitors in Jacksonville, guests of their
son rille, Feb. 9, ¡904.
E. J. McNulty, the man who by the valuable information while gone.
The quartz mill belonging to tho
might at its discretion exercise power
the druggist after having purchased a brother, W. H. Miller, and his family.
Notice is hereby given that there
Are symptoms of a weak, torpid or both arbitrary and uujust. The court Keystone of Oregon Mining Co. was Grants Pass officers' orders was cap
quantity of strychnine to kill off ruts—
Miss Josephine Donegan has return are funds in the county treasury for
Mudhens Spoil Sport.
stagnant condition of tiie kidneys o: ruled that tiie liw should have pre sold by Sheriff Rader Monday, to sat- tured in Salem and returned to answer
ed from a visit in San Francisco and the redemption cf ail outstanding
liver, and are a warning it is extremely scribed certain rules relative to quali lsfy a judgment for nearly $500 held by the charge of stealing an overcoat and
When 1 git hotue I shall say to the Stockton, and will begin a four-mouths county warrants protested from Aug.
10, 1901, to Sept. 3, 1901, both dates
hazardous to Deglect, so important fications necessary on the part of an Francis W. Voyle It was bid in by other articles of wearing apparel, has
No large bags of game were secured old woman:
term of school in Applegate district Inclusive. Interest on same will cease
is a healthy action of these organs. applicant to becopie a barber, and H. D. Kubli of Applegate for that sum.
by the few sportsmen who went duck
“ 'Martha, here’s the strychnine to
after the above date.
They are commonly attended by loss left thes£ rules in the hands of tbe
D. H. M iller County Treasurer.
W. F. Merriott, a barber who has the next term the of Josephine circuit bunting near Portland Sunday. A kill off the rats, and you want to be
W. R. Stansell has begun prelimi
of energy, lack of courage, and some board to enforce instead of empower been cutting rather a wide swath at court. McNulty was formerly porter party of four at Dead Willows shot careful of it.’
“ 'Where shall 1 put it?’ she will say nary operations at his saw mill on Cole
times by gloomy foreboding aud de ing it to enact regulations to suit its Grants Pass, has skipped for more con at the Palace Hotel, that city, and it is 15 duck« each, and a parly of seven
‘In the same old place—right along man Creek, and will be manufacturing
genial climes, forgetting to leave his alleged that while bo employed he stole at Deer Island shot about the same side the bakin' powder. We’ve bin an excellent quality of lumber in a
“I had pains in my bacf, could not sleep
address with a number of confiding an overcoat and other articles from each, and managed to shoot about a keepin’ it there for thirty years, and short time.
and when I got up in the morning L it
creditors. He stopped several weeks guests’ rooms. He stoutly maintains dt zen gee-e among them. The few you’ve never put it in the pie crust or
worse Shan tlx- night before. I beean tak
he bought the overcoat in question.
St. Valentine’s Day falls on Sunday,
wiiostill put out wheit at their pre biscuit by mistake, but if we hide it
ing Hood's Sarsaparilla and now I cun
in Medford last summer.
sle«5> and get up feeling rested and able to
serves had a fair shoot, but there are away upstairs or down cellar or out to the 14tb inst. The post office will be
do my wook. I attribute my '•(ire entirely
J. W. Hobbs, deputy revenue collect
Tiie pension bill int odticed by the
bo many mudhene around the pre the barn one of us will be sartin to flooded with sentimental and comic
to Hood’s Sarsaparilla.” M rs . J. N. F urry ,
was in Southern Oregon recently
A New Kind of Rooster.
The matter of feed is of
chairman of lhe House Committee on
care H. 8. Copciand, Pike Road, Ala.
serve« that they eat up nearly all the take it for epsom salts before the week valentines—principally the latter—for
Pensions in tiie present Congress pro and criticised a number of our business
whe it, and their number is so great
a dav or two.
tremendous importance to the
S! er.il Burnett of Corvallis lias that any attempt to shoot them all ns.’ "—Detroit Free Press.
vides that all soldier* who served nine men for not properly destroying rev
A sociable will be given in the base
shipped to Sheriff Storey at Portland is hopeless. These mud hens are not
ty days or more in the United States
ment of the Presbyterian church on farmer.
Wrong feeding is
What Are They?
Cure kidney and liver troubles, relieve Army during the war of the rebellion the violations were not intentional or a half-breed China pheasant which at all a tempting morsel, though
tbe back, and build up the whole system. who were honorably discharged, and willful they were let off with a repri bas at’racled a great deal of atten some sportsmen, who have tried them,
Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver
Right feeding is profit
auspices of the S. C. E. An excellent loss.
tion. The bird is a cross between a say that t he breast of a really fat mud Tablets. A new remedy for stomach
who have reached the age of 00, shall mand.
troubles, biliousness, and constipa program is being arranged.
S ome of the newspapers of Oregon been titled to a pension of $8 per month;
Two carloads of machinery, includ China ro >8*er and a White Leghorn hen is not to be despised when prop tion, and a good one. Price 25 cents.
The up-to-date farmer knows
A leap-year bail will be given at
are busily discussing the impropriety when sixty-six years old $10 per ing a hoist of large capacity, have been hen. ard was given to Mr. Burnett by erly cooked.
For sale by all druggists.
Orth’s hall Friday night, under the what to feed his cows to get
of the name "Oregon grape," by month, and when seventy years old received by tbe American Gold Fields W. A. W illbanks, who has a farm |in
A n extreme instance of the outdoor auspices of the N. D. O. Nothing will
which our patron state plant is popu $12 per month. These rates are to be Company for use at the Granite Hill Linn county. Toe latter Is a breeder
About Assessment Work.
treatment for tuberculosis, which at be left undone to make it a first class the most milk, his pigs to get
larly known. Some there are who in Increased $2 per mo th in cases where mine, located near Grants Pass. This of Leghorn chickens, and quite (ft en
tracted wide attention last week dur affair, which it is certain to be.
sist on calling it the Oregon holly. No the soldier served two years or more. mine is being given a magnificent would find a China rooster In the lot
ing the cold wave, was that of two wo
Mrs. A. E. Reames and her Bister, the most pork, his hens to
doubt exists in the mind of anyone The bill also increases the minimum equipment and has a large quantity of when lie went out in the morning to
Marie Tongue, attended a house
that the name "Oregon grape 'isa mis of pensions now drawn from $0 per high-grade ore in sight.
feed them. The bird in question waB
get the most eggs. Science. ‘
given at the Victory mine, situ
nomer, as the shrub is not a grape and month to $8, and provides that widows
Jcfln Couey, the boy who pleaded hatched and rai ed by one of his hens
does not in any way resemble a grape, who married the soldier prior to Jan. guilty to a charge of larceny and was and strongly resembles his pheasant Federal statute provides that the one forty, who slept all night outdoors on ated near Glendale, by Mr. Camp, the
But how about the children ?
except In the matter of bearing fruit. 1, 189', shall be entitled to* $12 per sent to tbe county jail for thirty days, daddy. If any of the Portland sports doing the work or making the im the veranda of their house at Meriden superintendent. It was a handsome
provements may, at the expiration of Conn., when the thermometer register affair.
But name* of such things cannot be month.
Are they fed according to
will serve bls time. Judge Prim was men have ever doubted the fact of
the year, give such delinquent co ed in the neighborhood of 30 degrees
changed off-hand. It takes more than
in favor of sending him to the Reform
ownerpersonal notice In writing, or below zero. They slept in their ordi stone act and homestead laws received, science, a bone food if bones
a fiat from a committee on exhibition
School, where be belongs; but his par h s been disputed in some of our lead
notice by ‘publication in the news nary night clothes and were covered final proofs taken, and all business
to accomplish such a result. The name
ents swore that he was not ten years of ing sioriiug magazines, a glimpse of
connected with U. S. government
paper published nearest the claim with two woolen blankets and one quilt. lands promptly and accurately attend are soft and undeveloped, a
is more apparently than really mislead C. H. Lewis and Wm. II. Stewart age, which made commitment to that this bird will settle all disputes.
for at least ninety days, After such They had been sleeping out since last ed to oy Chas. Nickell, U. S. Commis
ing, as no one who ever sees the shrub have sold 700 boxes of fancy Ben Davis institution impossible.
notice in writing or by publication summer, when their lives were despair sioner for the District ’ of Oregon, flesh and muscle food if they
can ever imagine for an instant it is a apples to Henderson & Longton of
I t has long been an accepted doc such delinquent co-owner should fail ed of, and both now regard themselves Office with the S outhern O rego -
S. K. Adams, as «oon as he retires
grape. Perhaps the name is not well Sacramento. Frank Woodard, who
are thin and weak and a blood
NIAN, Medford. Phone 211.
1 from the harness business In Ashland, trine among life insurance men that the or refuse to contribute his proportion as practically cured.
chosen, yet it seems a very good one negotiated the purchase for the firm,
will engage in poultry and hog raising beneficiary named in a policy of insur of the expenditure as required by the
Our annual election for municipal
food if there is anemia?
and has a pleasant sound. It is the says that red apple« from Southern
officers will be held on the first Tues
on the bO-acre place he bought of Fred ance maintains a title that is valid statute, bis interest shall become the
popular name and will probably con Oregon have the call in the California
day in March, and a convention to
- Hansen at Table Rock. He is among against all creditors of the insured af property of his co-owners who have
Scott’s Emulsion is a mixed
tinue to be so long after the suggested market, to the exclusion of even tbe
Monday, completing arrangements for
! the number who have been enticed into ter the latter’s decease. So unques made the required expenditure.
nominate candidates for the different
substitutes are forgotten, says the noted Watsonville apple.
the purchrse of 80 acres adjoining his
places will be held next Monday even food ; the Cod Liver Oil in it
the poultry business by tbe prevailing tionably has this doctrine prevailed
place located south of the county-seat.
ing. D. Llnn,R.S. Dunlap and P.Gleave
fancy prices and the adaptability of the that it has not been among the least of
A Marvelous Merlal Globe.
the ml vantages urged by the insurance Another Case of Rheumatism He now has an exc'llent ranch of 240 have been appointed judges of the makes flesh, blood and muscle,
country for that industry.
solicitor as an inducement to create an
Cured by Chamberlain's
election, while Frank Kasshafer and
One of the attractlins planned for
Rev. L. M. Idleman has tendered his
the Lime and Soda make bone
Will McDaniel will act as clerks.
the St. Louis World’s Fair will be an resignation finally as rector of lhe Epis estate of this character; but it now ap
aerial globe, 700 feet high. Some
pears that its absolute legality is to be
1 lie efficiency of Chamberlain’s
Fred Menz, a highly respected citi and brain.
It is the standard
idea of its magnitude can be obtained copal churches at Ashland and Med put to the test. The result will be of Pain Bilm In 1 lie relief of rheuma
zen of Oakland, Calif., died a short
after comparing it with the popular ford. The reverend gentleman, who is
tism is being demonstrated dally.
For Infants and Children.
limo since, being nearly 80 years of age scientific food for delicate
FerriB wheel, which Is c nsidered a in Arizona for the benefit of his health, more than ordinary interest, not only P.nker Triplett, of Grigsby, Va., says
crude affair beside it. This state has been nd vised not to return to the to attorneys and Insurance people, but that Chaml erlain’s Pain Balm gave
when called to his long home. He was
ment is also apj ropriate, after com
to countless numbers of individuals him permanent relief from rheuma
a resident of Jacksonville and Sterling
paring tiie celebrated Hostetter’s Oregon climate for at least another who believe in and are patrons of Insur tism in the tack when everything
Stomach Bitters with tiie other stom year, which has occasioned the step to
ance companies for the protection they else failed, and he would not be with I SMpusturout
mining. Mr. M. is survived by his wife
ach remedies. Its 50 years’ lecor-i of be taken, says the Tidings.
Send for free
out it. Fur sale by all druggists.
cures puts it s > far In the lead as a
and several children, who have the
Tbe sixtieth wedding anniversary of
family medicine that the others are
sympathy of all in their misfortune. W.
that thia picture te
considered crude affairs and hardly Mr. and Mrs. Govan High of Ashland
the term of a label ■ on the
C. Deneff was a brother in-law of the
worth a trial. Then don’t delay long was celebrated at the home of their son,
wrapi*r of every bottle oi
Emulsion you buy.
er, as delay is always dangerous, es
pecially iu cases of indigestion, dys Deaton High, Thursday. They are 83
li Two Days.
pepsia, c nstipation, biliousness, in and 82 years old respectively. Tb< y
somnia, chill”, cold" or ma'aria, fever “came the plains across" from Illinois
and ague. The bitters positively
cures the'e ailments, as thousands loan ox team in 1863,iocating inCalifor«
409 Pearl St, N. Y.
Seven MilBon bona soM in past 13 mouths.
have voluntarily testified. Try it and nia. In 1877 they arrived in Oregon,
50c. and $11 all dra^bta
ate for yourself.
where they have lived ever since.
Two propositions, made by initia
tive petition, will be submitted to the
voters of Oregon at the general elec
tion, June 6. These are the direct
primary nomination and tbe local
option. Tiie petitions proposing these
laws are signed by over 8000 voters.
It seems evident already that a
hard tight will be made on that first
named by the politicians, and it is
said that effort will be made to shape
the lines of battle in the parly cun-
In the last general election both
parties indorsed the initiative and ref
erendum, and tiie amendment went
through witli an overwhelming ma
jority, a result that would have been
impossible if either party had opposed
it. If both parties should indorse the
direct primary law, in their state plat
forms, it would be quite certain of
success. I f either should openly op
pose it, the question would be dis
cussed in every campaign rally and
would be the main issue of the elee
lion. If both parties should oppose
It, the outlook for its success would
be v*ry poor.
Frieuds of the local option law do
not expect either of the two principal
parties to take action favorable or
otherwise regarding that measure.
They say they are receiving support
from prominent members of both the
Republican and the Democratic par
ties, and seek individual rather than
party help. Their efforts will be to
keep their contest free from party
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