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WOLVES HELD IT BM
Minerals For St Louis Fair.
The mineral exhibit of Western and
A GREEDY PACK OF ILLS 8URE0UNI
Southern Oregon for the St Louis Fair
A CLERGYMAN’S WIFE.
has been collected and comprises most
Through the Arrival of Timely Aid Shf rare and valuable specimens of the
»cape* from the Terrors of a
state’s wealth in mineral property.
State Mineralogist Fisk has been
The Rev. W. A. Denton, of Girard, several months engaged In assembling
Crawford county, Kansas, tells the fol the collection, which now consists of
lowing story of a harrowing experience 30 cases ready for transportation.
of one of the members of his family .
Every county in Southora and West
“ My wife," he says, “ was assailed fol
Oregon is practically represented
fifteen years by a combination of ail
ments following the birth of our first in the exhibit. Samples of marble and
child. The food she ate fermented in building stone from near Roseburg,
her stomach, she had frequent dizzy cases of gold ores from mines In all
spells, her limbs were swollen and pain parts of the state, minerals of an eco
ful, her nerves were quite shattered, she nomic value which can be used in manu
was unable to sleep and she was many facturing and agriculture and in the
times on the verge of heart failure.
arts are carefully arranged. There
" Physicians gave her only temporary
are boxes of five clays from west of the
relief. Finally the favorable reports ol
some relatives and neighbors led hei Cascades and three different speci mens
to make trial of Dr. Williams’ Pink of Iron ore. Steatite, which is of great
Pills for Pale People. She expert value in the art of lithographing, lin
rienced improvement almost at once. ing of furnaces, stoves and fireplaces,
They relieved her sleeplessness, the for culinary purposes and a hundred
smothering sensations have disappeared other uses, is a special contribution
and have not annoyed her for years. from Douglas county, where this min
They freed her from stomach trouble
ami the dropsical tendency was miti eral is found in plenty. Gold, copper
gated. The progress of the rheuma and cinnabar specimens from Jackson
tism, which had begun to make het and Josephine counties will be there
fingers crooked, was stayed and the pain in abundance.
was banished. In every respect they
Mr. Fisk has added to the exhibit
gave her more help than any other rem his own personal collection of.several
edy she had ever used, and she is today hundred specimens of rare and small
in better health than for many years.
minerals, among which are many val
** Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills are our sta
stones and specimens of gold ore
ple household remedy, and I am in the
habit of recommending them to all whe picked up during several years of pros
suffer from troubles like those which af pecting and research in different parts
flirted my wife.”
All the elements necessary to give new
“By the time the Lewis and Clark
life and richness to the blood and repaii fair ia opened," said Mr. Flak, “I will
shattered nerves are contained, in a con-, have added to the presen t collection
deused form, in Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills many more specimens, and I further
for Pale People. They are also a specific propose to make a feature of ethnology
for troubles peculiar to females, such as which will greatly aid those persons
supinression, irregularities and all form» interested In the study of the ancient
• of weakness. In men they effect a rad history of the state."
leal cure in all cases arising from men
t»il strain, overwork or excesses of what
ever nature. Dr. Williams’ Pink Pill»
are sold in boxes at fifty cents a box
or six boxes for two dollars and fifty
Convinced that Congress will not,
cents, ami may be had of all druggists
the present session, amend the
or direct by mail from Dr. Williams Med
land laws in a way to shut off
-icine Company, Schenectady, N.Y. Bt
■ore you get the genuine; substitute« fraudulent operations, as recommend
ed by the Public Linds Commission,
never cured anybody.
the Interior Department has deter
T he good people of Nebraska are di mined to take advantage of the pres
vided over the acceptance of a gift of ent laws and to construe them in
money from John D. Rockefeller. That such way as to minimize fraud.
“philanthropist” haa offered the state Early in the session hope was enter
university of Nebraska the sum of #66,- tained that the timber and stone act
667, as a gift, on the condition that the would be modified or repealed and the
state raise the sum of #33,333 to add to lieu land law robbed of its vicious
the same. For once the blood money of features; but there now appears to be
the trust has aroused revolting disgust no chance of securing remedial legis
ia the minds of the people The church lation of this character. In fact, it
es, women’s societies and all the me ml turns out that the Quarles bill re
aad Christian organizations are up In pealing the timber act and authoriz
arms against the acceptance of the gift. ing the sale of public timber to the
It represents blood money wrun£ from highest bidder _ was only passed
the helpless. It represents the ill-got through the Senate after a deal haa
ten stealings of an irreligious and un been made with influential members
feeling coward, Intrenched behind laws of the House committee on public
purchased with the same unclean ac lands to smother the measure when
cumulations. Rockefeller hopes to ap it reached them.
pease an outraged country by his dis
The same fate awaits the Mondell
gusting gifts of money. One hand is at bill modifying the lieu land law, if it
the throat of the helpless consumer, passes the House and reaches the
taking unjust toll from the toil of the Senate committee.
weak and helpless, and his other hand
is busied In turning his ill-gotten
wealth into the coffers of the churches
and universities, in hopes that the thin
covering of attempted charity by his
Mrw-Mollie Cameson, wife of ex-
left hand will hide or lessen the crimes Senator Cameron of Jacksonville, died
committed by his right hand.
at Klamath Falls (whither she had gone
in response to a message notifying her
of the serious illness of her daughter-
in-law, Mrs. O. KrauseJSaturday, from
effects of an operation for obstruction
of the intestines. The body was em
Are impure matters which the skin, balmed and sent to Jacksonville, where
liver, kidneys and other organa can it was interred Tuesday afternoon,
not take care ot without help, there is under the auspices of Adaral Chapter
No. 3, O. E. 8., and Ruth Rebekah
such an accumulation of them.
Degree Lodge No.4, I.O. O. F. of which
They litter the whole system.
the deceased was a prominent member.
Pimplee, boils, eczema and other
Mrs. Cameron was born 45 years ago
eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired February 16th. Her maiden name
feeling, bilious torus, fits of indiges was Bilger, and she came to Jackson
tion, dull headaches and many other ville from the state of New York in
1877. She was married to Frank
troubles are due to them.
Krause, publisher of the Oregon Sen
tinel, in 1879, who died some years
afterward. To this union a son and
two daughters were born. In 1892 she
Remove all humors, overcome all was joined in marriage to Hon. Theo.
Cameron, who with one son, 11 years
their effects, strengthen, tone and
old, survive her.
invigorate the whole system.
Mrs. Cameron was an amiable,
“I had salt rheum on my bands so that I large-hearted woman, having many
eould Dot work. I took Hood's Sarsaparilla friends throughout Southern Oregon,
and it drove out the humor. I continued and t;er untimely demise spreads a
its use till the sores disappeared.” Mas. gloom over the community In which
she has lived so long.
las O. Baoww, Rumford Falla, Me.
Mood's Sarsaparilla promisee to
oure and keeps the promise.
Th> Kind You Hue Always Bought
No Land Legislation Now.
A Sad Affair.
T he election in Oregon thia year wilt
be of unusual interest, because it is
the forerunner of the presidential elec
tion. The political wind in this state
will be tried thoroughly by the proph
ets. Its veering will mean much in
the presidential campaign, for the re
sult in Oregon will have a tendency to
add an enthusiasm to the latter end of
the presidential campaign. While the
enthusiasm in the state cannot com
pare to the election of 1902, because of
there being no governor to elect, there
will be sufficient interest to keep up a
fusllade of oratory from May til*
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1904.
T oj I
The First Smelter.
“A new smelter for the Waldo
mines is one of the assured Improve
ments for 8 >utbern Oregon," says A.
I.Goodell, of Denver, who was lately
in Portland, on his way to erect and
superintend the running of the plant.
To the Telegram Mr. Goodell said:
“The company will be knowo as the
Takilma Smelting Company and will
be composed of Colorado Springs,
Colo., people.with Charles L. Tutt as
president. While the new company
will have charge of the erection and
operating of the plant, they are nearly
all interested in the Waldo company
as stockholders. The plant will be of
100 tons capacity and will cost in the
neighborhood of #50,000 when com
pleted. I have examined the proper
ty of the company, and there are at
least 20,000 tons of smelting ore block
ed out ready for treatment.”
Invaluable for Rheumatism.
1 have been suffering for the past
few years with a severe attack of
rheumatism and found that Ballard’s
Snow LlDiment was the only thing
that gave me satisfaction and tended
to alleviate my pains. March 24th,
1902, John C. Degnan, Klnsmau, Ills.
25c, 50c and «1.00. Dr. J. Hinkle,
A herd of fine elk, probably 30 in
number, were recently seen in the lower
Rogue River section.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Colton have re
turned to Ashland from Southern
California, after an absence of two
W. M. Colvig has gone to Chicago,
to attend a meeting of the officers of
the Supreme Lodge of the A. O.l'.W,,
of which he is one
J. H. Jolfiffe, of Seattle, who came
here to buy horses, did not get as
many as he intended. He will return
in a short time and finish his business.
Jas. A. Stevens, a pioneer of Lane
county, died at his home near Eugene
recently, aged 65 years.
He was au
uncle of Jas. D. Stevens of Grants
The case of John A. Harvey vs. the
S. P. Co., which was decided in favor
of the corporation, will be appealed to
the Supreme Court.
Henry Wooldridge has been appoint
ed chief of police of Grants Pass, vice
Jas. D. Stevens, who resigned on ac
count of ill health.
Geo. Ficke, the successful miner, has
gone to Chico, Calif., to enter the em
ploy of the Diamond Match Co., which
has an extensive plant there.
A son of J. M. Taylor.of Gall’s creek,
was operated on for appendicitis last
Saturday by Dr. Piekel. The opera
tion promises to be successful.
Mrs. Henry Klippel, whose husband
was an Indian war veteran, has been
granted a pension of #8 a month, with
back pay for two years, This is well
Circuit Court will be in regular ses-
sion next Monday. The docket is not
a long one, new cases not being numer
ous and not manyr having been left
over from last term.
The proposition to issue bonds to
raise #20,000 with which to establish a
sewer system in Ashland was carried
at the special election held Thursday
by a vote of 283 to 138.
The second trial of Nolop & Norris,
charged with violating the liquor or
dinances of Ashland, resulted in their
conviction. Hearing of the other cases
will take place Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Nickerson, who
have been residents of Josephine coun
ty for many years, one day last week
left for Sara, Wash., where Judge Abe
Axtell is located. They have invested
in a small farm.
Conger Bros, have built a tine saw
mill near Wilderville, Josephine county,
having a capacity of 15,000 feet per
day. They will conduct a planing mill
in connection and turn out material of
a superier quality.
Homer Davenport, the noted car-
toonist, will give one of his illustrated
‘‘talks" at the Chautauqua Tabernacle
in Ashland Monday evening. April 4th.
It will doubtless be able and interest-
Geo. Feldtmaier, the enterprising
proprietor of the Grants Pass Dairy,
has purchased the Englewood Dairy,
which has been doing business at the
capital of Josephine county for some
time. He supplies his customers with
milk ef a superior quality.
Tbe State Supreme Court has de
in a case brought from
Multnomah county that a man cannot
be sentenced to confinement in a
oeunty jail at “bard labor." It says
that the labor part of tne sentence Is
excessive and is not authorized by tbe
Mr. Short,who has been a prominent
citizen of Stillwater, Minn., arrived
this week, to take possession of tbe
1800 acres of land, located in Antioch
precinct and formerly belonging to P.
Donegan, which he purchased not long
since. When bis family returns from
Southern California they will become
residents of Medford.
Tbe Gold Hill Mining Co., has been
incorporated by A. H. Findley, W. A.
Carter and L. L. Duffield. The capi-
ttal stock has been placed at #10,000, In
shares of #1 each, most of which has
already beeu subscribed. The com
pany will buy, sell and develop mining
properties, and, being compose! of re
liable and enterprising men, will doubt
less do a good business.
J. F. Reddy, tbe well-known opera
tor in mines, arrived from Spokane,
Tuesday, after an absence of several
He is quite hopeful that
parties with abundant capital will soon
take hold of the Blue Lead and give it
the attention it deserves.
will leave at once for Crescent City,
Calif., to consult L. F. Cooper and the
other owners of the property.
Frank Bellinger, who was awarded
the contract for carrying the morning
mail between Medford and Jackson
ville, began business Monday. The
establishment of this service will give
free delivery of mail along the route to
ail who put up boxes.
is allowed an hour and a half to make
the trip between the two placos. Be
sides being a convenience to those liv
ing on the road, Jacksonville will get
some of its mail half a day earlier than
upua), while six postoffiees on Apple
gate will be served 24 hours ahead of
the previous time.
Rural ma!) carriers will be rais'd
from #600 to #750 a year, , including
team, if the Senate enacts the post
office appropriation bill as passed by
tbe House at Washington But carri-
era are to delivoi- only mail matter, and
cannot do errands,carry packages, etc.
for the convenience of their patrons. In
other words, the rural carrier is to be
put under tho same restrictions as the
city carrier. But, if so, pay him as
much. To prohibit carriers doing er
rands seems rough on the public.
The Tidings says that Court Hall,
the well-known promotor of athletics
at Med ford, was in Ashland Wednes-
day, In consultation with Billy Hulen
and other base-ball men of that city, in
regard to the formation of the pro
posed four-team league in tbe Rogue
A Democratic County Convention for
River Valley. Medford has raised
Jackson county, Oregon, is hereby
funds and secured tho lease of a base-]/
called to meet at Wilson’s Opera
ball park, which will rapidly be put
House in Medford, Jackson county,
into first-class shape for use this sum
Oregon, on Saturday, April 16th, 1904,
mer. Ashland and Jacksonville, are
at 11 o’clock a. m. of said day, to select
ready to join tho league, but Grants
delegates to the Democratic State
Pass, tbe natural place for tbe fourth
Convention, to be held at Portland,
team, has not, up to the present,
Oregon, April 19th, 19(M, and to
shown its inclination to become a
nominate candidates for the leg
islative and county offices to be voted
William Taylor, a S. P. brakeman, for at the ensuing June election. Pri
met with an unusual accident at Med maries to select delegates to said Coun
ford Wednesday night, which might ty Convection will be held in each pre
easily have terminated fatally. He was cinct (as the same were existing at the
running on the top of a refrigerator time of holding the last general June
ear and stubbed bis toe just as the car election, at the regular polling places
was brought to a stop by the engine in said precincts) on Saturday, April
which was attached to a string of cars. 9th, 1904, at 2 o’clock p. m. of said day.
Taylor wa« thrown over the end of the All voters who affiliate with the Demo
car,falling 12 or 15 feet and striking on cratic party are requested to attend
his shoulder between the tracks at tbe and to participate in said primaries.
end of the car, and was unable to rUe. The delegates to the said Convention
The trainmen missed his lantern, wbl#h i will be apportioned as follows: One
bad gone out, and in the absence bf: delegate for each 25 votes cast for
proper signal« went to «investigate George E. Chamberlain at the June
the cause. Had the cars gone a f#w election in 1902, and one delegate for
feet farther Taylor would surely hate each major fraction of 25 votes so cast;
been crushed beneath tho wheels.
each precinct, however, shall be enti
tled to at least 1 delegate. The pre
cincts as named in this apportionment
are supposed to conform to the bound
aries of said precincts as they existed
A dispa* ch from Lake county say* at the general election held in June,
that no trace has yet betn foued 1902. Delegates holding proxies to the
of the missing merchant, Creed Coon, County Convention must be residents
of Silver Lake. He was last seen of the precincts to which said proxies
about 8 o’clock in the morning, goiQg pertain.
The precincts under the said appor
toward Silver Creek bridge, which is
not quite half a mile from town, and tionment will be entitled to representa
shortly afterward a shot was heard. tion in the said convention as follows:
The supposition is that he shot him Precincts.
self and fell into the water and was
carried away by the swift current.
East Ashland .........
Mr. Coon has been sick for some West Ashland.........
weeks, and it is thought that some South Ashland.........
imaginary trouble has preyed upon Barron .....................
his miqd and he thought to end it all Central Point.........
in the grave. Some, however, are Climax .....................
reluctant to believe be would do so Dunn.......................
rash an act, and think there has been Eagle Point..............
foul play. This theory has been Flounce Rock.........
strengthened by the report that a Gold Hill....................
fine saddle horse had been stolen from Jacksonville............
C. M. Irines’ ranch at Summer.' Lake Meadows.................
last Saturday night. It is believed East Medford.........
by some that the horse thief commit West Medford.........
ted a foul deed and cut across the Mound.......................
countiy to Summer Lake to mislead Phoenix....................
anyone who might pursue him. The Pooh Bah.................
horse was tracked for some distance Rock Point.............
toward Alkali Like, on the desert, Roxy.........................
when all trace was lost.
While it is earnestly hoped by Table Rock ...........
every citizen of Lake county that Mr. Talent.......................
Conn may yet be found alive, the Trail .........................
worst Is feared. He has built up a fine Watkins ..................
business and Lh friends are le/l..i. Willow Springs....
His brothers are Geo. and Virgil Conn Woodville................
of Paisley, L. F. Conn of Lakevie w
Total number of delegates......... 67
and Frank Conn of Roseburg.
By order of the Democratic County
À Prominent Man Missing.
W m . M. H olmes , Chairman.
Independent Telephone Man.
C. L. R eames , Acting Sec’y.
The B. R. Electric A Tel. Mfg. Co.,
of Kansas City, Mo.• have opened a
The Wisdom of Samson.
branch office and stock room in Port-
h nd, in charge of Mr. W. D. De Var
It is said that Samson of old knew
ney, who is an expert telephone man.
It will tie to the interest of Independ just how to preserve his strength
ent telephone companies contemplat He did not liate the advantage of
ing bui ding to communicate with
him. Address B-R Electric A Tel. gaining strength that men now
have when Cupidene, the great
Mfg. Co., Portland, Oregon.
strength-giver, can be had by every-
body. Cupidene is a wonderful vital-
izer that cleanses the system of all
impurities, reinstating the physical
and nervous poweis and toning the
A Haywards,Cal.,dispatch of March whole system to its natural perfec
13th gi?es the following particulars of tion. The price of Cupidene is #1.00
the suicide of M. Hartery, well known per b< x or six for #5 00. For sale by
in Klamath county:
Chas.Strang,Medford. There is nb case
With no other known reason for of tobacco or liquor habit that cannot
takiog his life but the fact that his be cured by Cupidene,and nervousness
wife was lying ill in a San Francisco yields at once to its soothing and
hospital, Michael Hartery, a wealthy stimulating power.
rancher of Castro Valley, near this
place, took poison last night and died
some I ime before midnight. He was
found dead in his bed at 12 o’clock,
with an empty glass beside him,
It has Just come to light that quite
which is supposed to have contained
a number of Willamette Valley wom
strychnine and whisky.
Hartery was a pioneer of Southern en were recently victimized by a fe
Oregon. He settled in Klamath county male lace peddler, -vho represented
many years ago and engaged exten tba' her goods had beeu manufactured
sively in the cattle business, selling by hand in an European nunnery. The
out for #70,0 0 and comiDg here about woman succeeded in dispising of a
< ne year ago.
lot of the lace at fancy prices, and
the purchasers have now learned that
much of it can be duplicated in the
local stores for a fourth of what they
paid for it. She is on her wav to
The Judgment for #12,000, obtained
In the circuit court for Josephine
They Expected Triplets.
county against the S. P. Co., by E. L.
Dunham of Talent, a young man who,
while acting as brakeman, lost his
There was keen disappoinlment at
leg by an accident that the jury which the home of W. J. Alden, contractor,
tried the case attributed to the neg at Spokane, Wash., March 17, when
ligence of the corporation, has been twin girls weighing together 22
set aside by Judge Hanna.
pounds were born. Mrs. Alden bad
Tills nullification of the Jury’s ver born three pairs of twins in succes
dict is being severely criticised by the sion previous to the^e, and was confi
people, and much sympathy is being dently locking for triplets. She has
expressed for the unfortunate youog I been married 15 years and has ten
man, who Is maimed for life.
M. Hartery Kills Himself.
She is Coining This Way
Judgment Set Aside.
A Weak Stomach
if your head aches—you're bilious—a sure sign that
your liver is out of order, more than likely the result of a
STOMACH weak stomach or constipate», bowels. All such sufferers
should know that for 50 years
has been curing these ailments without tail. We there-
fore urge a trial the next time your head aches. The
Bittei-s also cures
Dizziness, Belching, Heartburn, Dyspepsia,
Insomnia, Indigestion, Kidney Troubles,
Nervousness and Malaria, Fever and Ague.
Hundreds of Women use the Bit ters to the ezclusiou of
all other medicines as a tonic and regulator. That proves
Its value. Be sure to try a bottle.
Miss Emma Reed is visiting in Med
W. IL Maultby was in Jacksjnville
W. E. Phipps, city attorney of Ash
land, is in Medford.
W. R. Dickison of Table Rock spent
Saturday in Medford.
Hon. John D. Oiwell has been spend
ing a few days in Portland.
Fred Luy.who has been quite ill with
pneumonia, is improving.
G. T. Davy was among our pleasant
callers during the past week.
C. M. Ruch, of Applegate, the mer
chant, was among us Monday.
C. B. Smith seems to have transfer
red bls operations to Medford.
Dr. R. G. Gale has returned to Jack
sonville from a trip to Coos Bay.
Jos. N. Hockersmith of Roxy is in
Portland, serving on the U. S. Grand
Chas. J. Nunan and Lewis Ulrich of
Jacksonville were Medford visitors
Th os. Pankey of Central Point and
J. J. Pankey of Tolo were In Medford
Geo. H. Peel, the only Phosco, is in
the valley interviewing his numerous
District Attorney Reames has been
looking after his mining interests in
J. D. Cook, secretary of the Three
Pines Mining Co., has returned from a
trip to Grants Pass.
H. Tbanhauser and S. S. Goldsmith,
the well-known commercial travelers,
are in Southern Oregon.
Geo. W. Winetrout, a prominent cit
izen of Applegate, and his wife tarried
in Medford Monday night.
Will Johnson of Applegate, an ener
getic young farmer and stockraiser,did
business in our city Tuesday.
Judge Hanna returned Sunday from
Grants Pass, where he held a short
session of the Circuit Court.
Sheriff Rader and County Clerk
Orth were in Ashland Saturday, look
ing after their political fences.
B. H. Harris and W. F. Entrop, who
have been on a trip to Portland and
Washington, returned Sunday.
School Superintendent Daily has
been in Medford and other towns of
the valley during the past week.
Mrs. Alex. Orme of Gold Hill and
her daughter, Miss Bertha, have gone
to Seattle, to be gone sometime.
Claus Klein hammer and Henry Pohl
man, well-jpowa tfhlt growers, spent
a iteriHoors ia Jafckswu vtile^Monday.
• Easter will soon be here—one week
from next Sunday.
Miss Rose Brcntano was a Medford
Fred Downing, the stockman, was a
Jacksonville visitor Monday.
Mrs. L. Lilly of Stei ltngville ha
gone to Grants Pass on a visit.
John Swartzfagor of Steamboat was
in our midst the forepart of the week.
Born—In Antioch Precinct .March
15, to Mr. and Mrs C. Swett, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Von der Hellen of
Wellen were recent visitors in Jack
Devenny, the well-known
worker for the A. O. U. W., is with us
Mrs. E. Hafer of Medford made
friends living in Jacksonville a visit
Mrs. A. E. Reamesleftfor Josephine
county, Tuesday evening,to begone a
Wm. Dorn of Watkins precinct did
business with our merchants one day
Mrs. H. E. Ankeny of Eugene is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. S. Orth.
Mrs. Chas. Prim visited relatives
and friends living in Medford Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hafer, of Med
ford, were Jacksonville visitors Friday.
¡T ISA NATTER OF HEALTH
Gabe Ply male, who went to Sterling-
ville Mining district with two pros
pectors, last week, on Thursday was
reported lost by his companions, since
which time he has not been heard
from. He left them, to go back to the
cabin they were occupying, and evi
dently lost his way.
Search is being ihstltuted, and Ply-
’s body will soon be found, as he
Judge Neil has been in Ashland and
Medford during the past week, on pro
Recovered Speech and
Geo. W. Dewey, one of Talent pre
cinct’s energetic'farmers, did business
in Medford Wednesday.
Messrs. E ly B ros .:—I commenced
Thos McAndrew of Bear Creek, the
using your Cream Balm about two
pioneer farmer, did business in Jack years
ago for catarrh. M y voice was
sonville a few days ago.
somewhat thick and my hearing was
Rev. F. G. Strange will preach at the dull. My hearing haa been fully re
stored and my speech has become
Presbyterian church in Jacksonville quite
clear. I am a teacher in our
Sunday morning and evening.
L. G. B rown , Granger, O.
The Balm does not irritate or cause
Chas. Randles of Lake Creek and
Sold by druggists at 50 eta,
Jerry Heckathorn of Eagle Point sneezing.
or mailed by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren
were in Medford during the week.
St., New York.
Walter J. Oglesby and C. E. Aiken,
who have been in Northern California
Retall Market Repwrt.
for some time past, returned Tuesday.
The following quotations were
The Aldridge Dramatic Society gave made up this afternoon, and is an
impartial report of the prices charged
two performances in Jacksonville last by
week. The attendance was only fair.
Wheat—#1 per bushel.
Flour—#2.40 #2.50 per 100 pounds.
Rev. W. F. Shields of Medford and
Oats—55c per bushel.
Rev. S. Snyder have been assisting
Barley—Rolled, #1.50 per cental.
Rev. F. G. Strange in the series of
Hay—Per ton, baled, #16.
meetings held at the Presbyterian
Potatoes—lc per It
Onions—2jc per pound.
Butter—50c per roll.
Z. J. Gervais returned from Douglas
Beans—3(^5c Der pound.
Lard—12Jc per pound.
county Wednesday. He is looking for
Eggs—10 cts per dozen.
a piece of land suitable for raising
—D. G. #5.7a(<i#8.25 per cwt.
Poultry—#3.50 to #4.00 per dozen.
Hams— 16c@17c per pound.
Olin T. Whitman, of the Medford
Shoulders—12jc per pound.
Cleaning Works, was in Jacksonville
Side Rican—lKalfic per pound
•everal day, ago, taking orders He
J. B. Trombly, who has mining in did nicely.
terests in this section, was in town
T he world needs a religion today
Joe Kester of Applegate, the enter
T uesday He will soon leave for Puget
that will make a man's word an good
prising miner, was In Jacksonville a
as his note; that will make its ponsoaeor
short time ago. He is operating an
pay 100 cents on the dollar; sell sixteen
J. W. Hobbs, the efficient deputy in excellent placer mine.
unoes to the pound; thirty-six inches
ternal revenue collector for this dia-
W. E. Finney has gone to Roseburg, ‘o the yard; four pecks to the bushel;
trict, has been making the valley an
to graft a lot of Ben Davis apple trees 128 cubic feet to the cord; that will
with Newtown scions. He understands make a man do a full day’s work for
Mrs. A. Z. Sears was in Grants Pass
the business thoroughly.
a full day’s pay whether the eye of his
one day last week, attending the funer
is on him or not; that will
al of Lillie Hall Schmitz, who was a
disgorge the lion's share
has returned to bis home in Antioch of the profits and divide them equally
Dennis H Stovall of Grants Pass, the
and justly with the laborer; that will
precinct, much impioved.
versatile writer, has gone to Los
Walker Lewis, of Sterlingvllle, has cause the manufacturer to cease adul
Angeles, Calif., on a visit of a few
gone to California, and may locate terating his goods, the clerk from rob
weeks, accompanied by his wile.
bing his employer, the official from
Miss Verna Long,who has been visit there. He was accompanied as far as embezzling the funds committed to
ing Mrs. Chas. Nickell, on Sunday Medford by his wife, brother and sis his triist; that will make mea up
morning left for her home in Hum
right, honest, pure, t
Judge Prim was in Medford Wed through all their walks of lifea,
boldt county, Calif..via'San Francisco.
Geo. A. Dyson, superintendent of the nesday, for the purpose of conducting not only keeps a man happy but right
Yellow Jacket mine, located in Forest the examination of an insane person, eous.
Creek district and being developed by Jas.Bowman. Dr. Cameron pronounced
Eugene parties, was in our city Tues him insane.
W. W. Eifert and C. W. Palm of
were recent visitors in Jack
Capt. M. F. Eggleston, the able
The former was soliciting
editor of the Ashland Tribune, was in
fashiooable clothing, and
Medford and Jacksonville Tuesday.
He will assess the city of Ashland this
Miss Carrie Beekman, who has been
year for Assessor Jones.
Consumption is a human
in San Francisco for sometime past,
weed flourishing best in weak
Miss Aileen Webber,who is in charge
will pay Jacksonville a visit in the near
of the S. O. S. N. S.’s department of
future. She will soon graduate in lungs. Like other weeds it’s
music, is visiting in Albany and Port
music, with high honors, having tak easily destroyed while young;
land. She attended the entertainment
ing a complete course.
when old, sometimes im
of Harold Bauer, the piano virtuoso.
Frank Silva of Purse! has succeeded possible.
Rev. E. C. Sanderson, dean of the
to the contract of carrying the mall
Strengthen the lungs as you
Eugene Divinity School, located at Eu
twice a week on the JacksonvUle- Wat
gene, has been spending the past week
weak land and the
kins route, formerly held by John Wil
in Southern Oregon. He Is the guest
son, and will be paid #440 per year. He weeds will disappear.
of Rev. E. A. Child while in Medford.
will give a fine service.
The besj lung fertilizer is
Hon. A. C. Hough, a prominent at
Rev. J. D. Murphy will hold services Scott’s Emulsion. Salt
torney of Grants Pass, was on the
at the Catholic church in Jacksonville is good too, but it is very
southbound train Wednesday, en route
Sunday at 8:30 a. m., and at Medford
to San Francisco. He is a prominent
the same day at 10:30 a. m.; also every
candidate for the (Republican nomina
The time to treat consump
Fridayein Lent in Jacksonville, way
tion for circuit judge.
ot cross, it 7:30 p. m.
tion is when you begin trying
Jas. A. Wilson of Portland, chief
Jas. McDonagh, ot Union precinct, to hide it from
deputy in the offioe of U. S. Marshal
was in town the forepart ot the week. Others see it, you won’t
Mathews, was in the valley the fore He will soon go to the head ot Little
Don’t wait until you can’t
part of the week, subpoenaing witness Applegate to assist J. D. Fletcher in
es to appear before the U. S. Grand
developing some promising mining deceive yourself any longer.
Jury, which is in session at Portland.
Begin with the first thought
Mesdames C. I. Hutchison, H. U.
W. E. Olemstead,superintendent of to take Scott’s Emulsion.
Lumsden, L. L. Jacobs, J. A. Whit the Vance Mining Co., which owns
man, J. F. White, O. Hu mason were
the Sturgis placer mines, was in town
among the members of Medford's O. Wednesday. He reports that water much the better; you will soon
E. S. who attended the funeral of the is plentiful and a great deal of gravel forget it and be better foe the
late Mrs. Mollie Cameron. Mr. and is being moved dally.
treatment If it is consump
Mrs. M. F. Hanley and Dr. J. M.
Jacksonville Assembly ot the United tion you can’t expect to be
Keene were also in attendance.
Order of Artisans, which is noted for cured at once, but if you will
County Treasurer Miller is ¡confined its social meetings, which are always begin in time and will be
to his room with what now Beams to be ot a very pleasant character, held
rigidly regular in your treat
a severe attack of rheumatism. He ’ another on Tuesday evening of last
has met with injuries several times week. A splendid musical and literary ment you will win.
lately, principal of which was sustain program was rendered, besides which
, Scott’s Emulsion, fresh air,
ed in stepping off a ^sidewalx in the there were games, dancing. A fine sup rest all you can, eat all you
dark while returning from chuich per was also served.
can, that’s the treatment and
We are sorry to announce the death that’s the best treatment
Dick Donegan, who has been in the of the estimable wife of Edward F.
employ of J. Nunan at Jacksonville for Layton, nee Carter, which occurred at
We will send you
a number of years, on Sunday left for the residence of her brother in Santa
a little of the Emul-
Burns, where he has secured employ Paula, Calif., March I7th. She was a
ment in a large mercantile establish victim to consumption and went to
sure that thia picture in
ment. He was accompanied as far as Southern California for the benefit of
term ot a label ia uu
wrapper ol every bottle U
Medford by his brother Pat and his her health. The remains arrived at
Emulsion you buy.
Grants Pass Wednesday and were
SCOTT & BOWNE,
buried the next day In the Williams
You Know What You Are Takl-i
Creek cemetery. Owing to the seri
Pearl St., N. Y
WbeD you take Grove's Tasteles. Chill Tonlo ous illness of Mr. Layton, his brother-
50c. and #1; all druggists.
l<ecause the formula Is plainly printed on every
bottle,showing that It la limply Iron and Q.il- in-law, C. E. Smith, went to Ashland
lne In a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay, 60c
to meet the body.