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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1904.
Rogue River Valley League.
A PLU0KY WEAVES ENDURES A
Ownrsa Pursued by Mr. Hickey to Brine«»
an Bad a Serious Interfareuce
With Hie Work.
The pluck which Mr. O. H. Hickey, a
ootton weaver, of No. 3 Main street, Har
ris, Rhode Island, exhibited in resisting
an effort to drive him from his l«x>ma iu
the Bernon Mills of Georgiaville, was
Every day his work was hampered
more, and at its close he dragged him
self to his home and was put to bed ex
hausted and suffering to such an extent
that sleep was impossible. Every morn
ing he forced himself with heroic reso
lution to resume his work. But the days
went by without bringing him any re
lief, until it became clear that even his
remarkable will power could not loug
sustain such fearful odds. His good
wife became alarmed and both began to
look eagerly for assistance.
“My trouble came. I think,” says Mr.
Hickey, “from the strong draught of
odd air that played about my feet at
my six looms. One foot swelled just
abvwe the ankle, and the pain became
something terrible. I forced myself to
limp about during the day, but it was
worst at night when I got home aud, as
soou as I got my supper, I had to go to
bed to get a- little relief.’ Besides the
torture iu my foot I would have nervous
jumping spells, shortness of breath and
pain near my heart.
“ I stood it as well as I could for three
mouths, tryiug many medicines but all
the time getting worse, until two friend»
told me what wonderful virtue they had
found in Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for
Pale People. One of them said they had
cured his rheumatism and that he con
sidered them ‘ the foremost of all reme
“Now, I bless Dr. Williams’ Pink
Pills myself for the first box I took
heitpd me and. after I had taken three
boxes, the swelling went down and the
pain and lameness left me for good. I
have had no trace of the dreadful illness
Obstinate cases of neuralgia, sciatica
and even of locomotor ataxia, have also
yielded to the same remedy, which is a
specific for all diseases of the blood and
nerves. These pills are sold by all drug
gists throughout the world.
C olorado baa experienced a loss of
over $23,000,000, occasioned by strikes
in that state during the past six
months. The loss is charged up to
union labor, which is now being driven
from the state.
T he National Good Road« Aseocia
tion with 4000 delegates meets in Port'
land next year. It is to be hoped that
Oregon will be far enough advanced
with her good-road« movement to be
thoroughly interested In the con ven
R ui &IA is about ready to sue for
peace, Many dignitaries high in the
councils of that nation are anxious that
war shall cease. No doubt Japan is
ready for adjustment of differences,
provided Russia will do the right thing.
Is a Common Spring Trouble.
It’s a sign that the blood is deficient
in vitality, just as pimples and other
eruptions are signa that the blood
It’s a warning, too, which only tbe
hazardous fail to heed.
Remove it, give new life, new cour
age, strength and animation.
They cleanse the blood and dear the
Accept no substitute.
“I felt tired all tbe time and could not
sleep. After taking Hood's Sarsaparilla
a while I could sleep well and the tired
feeling had gone. This great medicine has
also cured me of scrofula.’’ Mas. C. M.
R oot , Gilead, Conn.
Hood's Sarsaparilla promlsoe $•
cure and koopa the promiso.
L ocal option has carried the State
by about 3000. Tbe law as adopted
provides for voting on tbe question of
local option in tbe different counties at
general elections, and some counties
will have that opportunity next No
A remarkable FACT in connection
with the monthly report of the super
intendent of the Insane Asylum at Sa
lem for May is the statement that not
one of the 1350 inmates of that insti
tution was in bed on account of elcknesa
when the report was filed.
S enator Q uay was a model husband
and father, but bls political methods
cannot be defended. Though dead and
buried the Influence that has made
Pennsylvania politics the most corrupt
in this country still abides to be wres
tled with. Measured by any high
standard of right, Mr. Quay’s career
was a pathetic failure.
Oregon's Game Laws.
THE NEW LEGISLATURE.
The next Oregon Legislature will
consist of 73 Republicans, one Inde
pendent Republican and 10 Demo
crats. The Senate will have 24 Re
publicans and six Democrats, and the
House 50 Republicans and ten Demo i
crats. The personnel of the Legists
ture of 1905 will be as follows:
meet to Complete the Work of the
Tenth Grade or Its Equivalent before
Receiving a Certificate to Teach,” and
on “Civil Government." Prof E. E.
Washburn, late of the Jacksonville
School, will speak on “Character Grow
ing in School and Home" To Miss
Frances Barnes, also of Jacksonville,
who la now taking a special course at
tbe State University, has been assign
ed the subject of "Language—Definite
Work Outside of tbe Texbook.’’ There
is no doubt that these subjects will be
IT IS A MATTER OF HEALTH
C. L. Reames went to Ashland- Frl
Dr Bowersox, ou physician spent
day, to attend to a criminal case in
Monday afternoon in Medfoid.
Justlee Berry’s court.
Charley Bonham, who went to Spo
Jake Wetzel was In Medford Mon
kane some time ago, has returned.
day. He has opened a market at Ea
W. H. Miller ana J. F. Reddy have
Gold Hill.............. 2
gle Point and will furnish tbat section
been at Medford several times lately.
with the best quality of meat.
M. Sidley and Mre. S. KUngleof Lake
There has been a change in the tlm<
There will be a game in Medford
were recent visitors in our town
of the northbound overland train.
eyery Saturday during the base-ball
Norton of Grams Pass, tbe at
Marion—Croisan, E M,*
Farra, which arrives at 4:44 p. m , or eight
season, instead of Thursday, as for
in our town Tuesday, on
minutes earlier than usual.
merly. This will be a decided improve
Linn and Marion—Hobson, W H *
Mike Spabn, a veteran of the civil
ment in every way and cannot' but
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Frey of Lake
Laue—K lykendall, Wm A.*
who has been living in Jackson
PERSONAL MENTION. Creek were recent visitors In Jackson
Doughs, Josephine, Lane—Booth, R ville aud its vicinity fur many years,
Medford and Jacksonville will cross
ville and Medford.
left for Roseburg Monday, to enter the
bats on the Medford Athletic Associa
J. S. Congleton and E W. Ander
Oregon Soldiers' H. me.
Prof and Mrs. J. A. Bish are visit
tion’s grounds Sature ay and Medford
Crook, Klamath, L ike, Grant— L iy-
the miners, were down from Wat
Dan Colwell, who was in Medford for
and Gold Hill will play at the same
a few days ago.
several weeks, accompanied by one ol
District Attorney Reames is in Port
place Sunday. Both will doubtless
Yamhill — his sons, has returned to Klamath land on professional business
P. W. dwell made Medford a visit
prove quite interesting
Wright, G 8.
county. His eye has improved consid
Jo n S. Orlb, our efficient county 1
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Polk —Laughery, U 8.
Jacksonville arid Ashland play on
erably under treatment by Dr. Pictrei. clerk, made Medford a visit Tuesday. mer at Central Point.
Yamt.hl— Howe, W A.*
Neuber & Taylor’s grounds Sunday.
Mrs. L. Shea arrived in Jacksonville
Geo. Corum of Medford and Mis»
Mrs. Fred Slagle,who has been visit
Ashland and Gold Hill will try con
to visit relatives stopping
Kate Jacobs of Klamath Fails will be ing in Medford, left for home Monday
Washington—Haines, E W.
clusions Saturday, on the grounds of
Columbia, Multnomah, Washing married at the Catholic church iu Ash evening.
tbe latter. Excellent sport is expect
Geo. Franklin and L.
land, June 15th, Rev. J. D. Murphy
Mr.and Mrs. Fred Luy spent Suaday
ton—Hudson, C W.
ed in both places
in government lands,
in Jacksonville, visiting relatives and
Clackamas, M ultnomah—Holman.
Now tbat it Is certain local option
Ashland won both games from
has become a law of our State tbe
Jacksonville which were played on
Miss May Huffer has been in Med
Robt. H. McGill, Jr., who has been
Multuomah—Marlarkey, DJ; Mays.
Mrs. Olis Krause, Misses Rose Bren
penp'e are becoming roce acquainted
its grounds last Saturday and Sunday.
waiting on Treve Lumsden, who
F P; Sichel, Sig; Nottingham, C W,
tano and Margaret Krause were in
with its provision«. It seem« safe «o
The score of the first game was 10 to 3
has been quite sick with fever.
cated in Forest creek district, has re Medford Tuesday.
Ind. Bep; Cue, H W.*
predict that the liqu >r question will
and tbat of the second 5 to 4. Les
turned to San Francisco. His many
Mr aDd Mrs G H. Durham of be up nearly every election for many
Miss Cora Cameron of Uniontown, a
ter and Strube were pitted against
friends, while regretting his departure, student of the U. of O., is spending her Grants Pass were on Wednesday and years toe me, and that Oregon will
Wasco— Whealdon, N.
Martin ar.d Jacobs in the first aud
Sherman, Gilliam, Wheeler—Bow wish him unlimited success wberevei vacation at norqe.
Thursday of last week the guests of b ive tbe lively experience that other
Wilner and Strube against Cleveland
he may go.
friends living in Jacksonville.
states have previously bad in tbis
and Jacobs in the other.
H. E. Ankeny returned from Klam
Union, Wallowa—McDonald, Peter.
The association naming itself tbe ath county Monday. He reports that
R. W. Chee ver of Talent is stopping II De.
Medford disposed of Gold Hill at the
Baker, Harney, Malheur—Rand Klamath Hotel Company, with $6000
section prospering as it never has be in the vicinity of Jacksonville. He re
A« soon as Augu 110'h as few a« ten
Athletic Association’s grounds Sun*
capital stock, has gained legal stand fore.
cently had one of his feet badly Injured percent, or about 350,of the voters of
day, by a score of 7 to 1. Henley and
ing by filing the necessary papers in
by a wagon he was operating.
Jackson county, f -r Instance, can pe-
Northrop were the home team’s bat-
J. W. Irwin and John McReynolds
the offioe of the Secretary of State.
W. H.DeZeng.the well-known miner, tition for the submission of tbe ques
Ury, while Romer and Conn repre
The '.company proposes to build and
Douglas—Coshow, O P.
known miners, were in Medford Mon whois also operating in Eik Creek dis tion of conn'y p-ohlbition at th« elec
sented the Nuggets in the same posi
maintain a hotel at Klamath Falls.
trict,left for tbe scene of his operations tion of November 8th. Or they may
Our national bollaay will be appro
in Northern California Wednesday.
wait until October 8 h to tile tbe petl-
C. C. Beekman, J. M. Cronemiiler
Through tbe enterprise of Manager
Morrow, Umatilla, Union—Pierce, priately observed at Eagle Point, un
and Theo. Cameron have gone to
Hall the public was enabled to see one
der the auspices of Snowy Butte
Or for Ashland or Medf<»d, nr any
Portland, to attend the grand lodge are extensively engaged tn mining In
of tbe Pacific Coast League’s teams
A. L. Morris is here in the interest
Umatilla—Smith, C J.*
Lodge, A. O. U. W. A splendid pro
Wimer precinct,were with us Monday. ward therein, the con«at o ay be
and chapter of the A. F. A A M.
play a game on the local diamond. of the Oreg-m iuers Asst clat ion and
gram Is being arranged for the occa
The former was accompanied by L. waged for «uch city at ti e next muni
A. S. Hammond, the Grants Pass at
It was a big and enthusiastic crowd, also to collate information and statis
sion, and nothing will be left undone to
cipal election. Orin any number of
torney, was on tbe southbound train
coming from every portion of South tics concerning tbe mining industry
contiguous precincts io the c >uoty the
Monday, en route to Kiamatb county,
ern Oregon, which witnessed the ex of Siuthero Oregon for the mining
who attend it.
elect!■ >o msy be calt d Or both kinds
hibition be ween tbe Portland Browns congress tbat meets in Portland Aug.
The excursion to Ashland from Jack
Oregon, is in this section looking for *>f petiti ons may be find for one elec
Lane—Bingham, I H; Griffin, G W;
and Medford Greys on tbe grounds of 22d. He Is also desirous cf organizing
sonville on Sunday was much of a suc
timber for a big syndicate. He la now tion, by precinct-, districts or for tbe
tbe latter. It was a splendid game local branches of the Association at Edwards, 1 N.
cess, 62 people besides Neuber’s team 1 P. Ritner and hia family have be located at Chico, Calif.
whole county. And in this case a
and wt II worth the price to see it. diff.rent points in this section. Mr
embracing the opportunity to take a come lesidenta of Ashland. Tbe Prof.
Commencement exercises of St. • bole district msy have prohibition
Drunot and Shea formed the Browns’ Morris has been successful in tbis at |
trip up the valley and see a good game <vLl start a business college there, hav Mary’s Academy will be held at .U. S. legally, though tbe majority for the
battery. For tbe home team Martin Ashland, having organiz d one with
ing received flattering inducements to
Ja- kson—Jackson, D H; Von der of ball. The train was in charge oi
Hall this (Wednesday) evening. Gov. county is against 11 It prUifnltioo it
of A«hland pitched five innings, Hen a charter membership consisting of
Will Barnum, who spared no pains to
ain wjU be present and make submitted and cairie* for Jackson
ley aud Hutton two each, Jacobs of H. S. Sanford, E. A. Sherwin, E. T.
Assessor Fallin, Deputy Sheriff List
please his guests. .
county io November liw take- t-ff ct
a s' t address.
Ashland being on tbe receiving end. Staple«, G. W. Trefreo, C. A. Si
er, Jas. A. Slover and other promi
January 1st next and ti e county, city
The score stood 8 to 3 in fa< or of tbe moo«, E. A. Carter, C. B. Watson, D.
C l .«. Brown, who haa been a resi
nent citizens of Granta Pass, witnessed
town, as tbe case n ay be, will he
visitors. Billy Hulen of Ashland um B. Grant, M. F. Eagleslon, T. W
tbe big bah game in Medford Tues dent >i Jacksonville forsome time past, required to return to sa ooo kteptrs
pired a very satisfactory game. Hume j Hill, C. T. Sanford, L. B. Chase, Les
leaves for Woodville In a few days,
l Jacksonville. Mr. M. is so badly pes day.
runs were pleni iful, Moore and Nor lie Corbet, J L. Mahan. H. S. San-1 Yamhill—Miles, B C.
where he will engage in hauling lum the amount of lie*.me money they
Dr. J. M. Keene, who h a delegate to
may have paid in advance. If me sa
throp each making one for the Grey«, f rd, wh<> was cho-en vice-president,
ber from F. Pratt’s mill Suecess to
the Republican natianal convention,
are voted out m Novem er, over
the f rmer also making tbe other tally is by virtue of his office ex-' fficio mem
left for Chicago Sunday evening, ac
tree »ill in ail human
for the local aggregation. Francis of ber of tbe State
J. D. Neathammer, a prominent citi probability be anomer petttioo and
companied by bis wife. They will also
the Browns lifted tbe leather over other officers and directors arei
zen of Wimer, and Granville Oden of submission of trie que-tion for tbe
come to barns and chicken yards for visit the World’s Fair.
the fence aid one of his.colleagues chairmao, M. F. Eggleston; secretary, ■ Frank; Bramball, J N.
tbe -ame place were in Medford Wed June elec lion in 19ofi, and if the sa
Clackamas, Multnomah—Holcomb, their prey. Tne price on their heads
W. J. Clarke o the Gervais Star and
made all of the cushions on a like E. T. Staple-; directors, C. A. Simons,
nesday, on land business They report loons are voted back they can com '
should be restored.
bis wife (nt^e Laura Luy)spent Sunday
performance. There were a number J. L. Mahan and J. L. Coroet. A ; G W, Jr.
In tbat neck o’the woods mence bu-loess again on toe first day
Muitnomah—Bailey, A A; Capron,
T. A. Wood and bls son, Hosea, who in Jacksonville and Medfoid, visiting doing nicely.
of good plays and few errors.
( o'July,l«K)6 If county pronibkloo is
c> mmltlee of three was app«lnud
A J; Colwell, E B; Crang, Thomas H; were convicted of conspiracy to de relatives and friends. Will was a dele
Jacksonville vs. Ashland. select a room for the callectKn of an Henderson, M F; Hudson, W R; Kill- fraud the Government, in connection gate to the National Editorial Associa- A bog buyer from Ashland, named i defeated in November the Prohibi
exhibit of tLe mineral products of the
The following is the score of the county and also to confer with the mgsworth, W M; Linthicum, 8 B; with the pensions of a number of the tionwblch held its annual meeting at King, has been buying swine in tbe tionists, will get out another aud the
I central valley, paying 4|c per pound « questioo will cum- up again, anyway,
game played at Asb1-nd Sunday:
Ashl-nd board of trade looking to co Mears, S M; Mill-, A L; Muir. W T; veterans of the Indian Wars, will not St. Louie last month.
gross. He bought quite a number in June, 1906. Ano it will probab y
< pt-rative action.
be granted a new trial. Judge Bellin
H. Schaeffer called on us a few days from farmers living in Lake Creek and
recur in June, 1908, 1910, a: d indefi
ger baa overruled their motion therefor ago. He is manager of the Gold Hill
A.B. a. B S H. P.O. A.
Klamath, Lake, Crook, Grant- and will pass sentence one day tbis Development Co., which has submitted Brownsboro districts.
Ordway, ss........ 3
0 0 0 2 2
E Donegan, If. 5 0 0 0 1 0
Shook, J S; Steiner, R E L.
Bert Harris, W. F Entrop and their
The first vote on tbe question will
week. The case will probably be ap a proposition to furnish Medford with
P Dotegan, cf..3 1 0 0 0 3-
Umatilla, Morrow—Cole, W G.
associates intend building a railroad I be io November, if it is petitioned fo*.
4 1 3 0 8 0
from Big Butte Falls to the central i and thereafter tbe voting on tbe ques
Union, Wallowa—Dobbin, J H.
Ki user, 3b
.4 0 0 0 2 0
Below will befoun4-the vote cast
There have been plenty of fine sal smelter at Gold Hill, which will be of valley, if the schemeis feasible. They tion will be in June every two years,
0 1 1
for circuit judge iu the First Judicial
mon in Rogue River.below Grants Pass, great convienence and importanoe to have engaged J. A. McCall of Ashland, I at the general state and county elec
1 1 0 1 3
Baker—Smith, A P.
while very few have been seen above the miners of Southern Oregon.
3 1 0 0 0 3
a competent civil engineer, to make the I tions, by counties or district*. In
Harnty, Malheur—Stitz. J L.
While Judge Benson’s majority is
5 1 1 0 9 2
preliminary survey, and he began work any precincts, or any Dumber of con
Sherman, Gilliam, Wheeler—Don Bloody Run, Josephine county, where
nearly 1200 Judge Hanna's Is only
the Golden Drift Mining Co maintains
tiguous precincts, ten per cent of the
37 4 » 0 24 12 7 497. But for t he fact that tbe Repub nelly, R N; Kuney, C C.
-Wasco—Burgess, J F; Jayne, A A. a dam across the stream. We have
voters may petiticu for toe submis
lican vote 1« abnormally large, having
been told that the fi>b ladder put in
of the question of prohibition.
AB R H 8.H. PO A
been expedited by those in charge of
by tbe company does not avail any-' Tbe pupils of St. Mary’s Academy. | is apt to follow. Provided with Ely’s
Hulen, 2b....... .3 2 1 0 3 5
of cities tbe question
Lion—Cavender, A B
tbe campaign because tbis Is a presi
thing, bting useless until the dam is on the evening of June 13th, gave an Cream Balm you are armed against may be submitted in wards, districts
Eastman c f.. ..3 0 I 0 1 0
Coos, Curry—Burns, Robert.
Carter, 1 f___ ..5 1 0 0 2 0
dential year. Judge Hanna would
completed. It Meme as if Fish War entertainment at U. S. Gall, Jack Nasal Catarrh Price 50 cents at Drug including several wards, or whole
or Ely Brothers. 56 Warren
Martin, r f.. ..4 0 1 1 0 0
Josephine—Smith, R G.
baue been defeated. It is also quite
den Van Dusen should investigate this sonville, as Is tbe annu 1 custom. gists,
Street, New York, mall it. The Balm cities al tbe municipal elections.
Jacoba, e... ..4 1 0 0 10 0
Yamhill—Cal well, F H.
evident that baa there been a single
It was well attended and more than cures without pain, does not irritate or And in these cases the question can
Neil, ss......... ..3 0 0 1 0 5
Clatsop—Burns, J v ; Laws, J N.
candidate on tbe Democratic ticket
Freeburg, 3 b .3 0 0 0 1 1
Labor Commissioner Hoff will leave p eased the large audience.. Tne par cause sneezing It spreads itself over not be submitted again for t^o whole
Umatilla—Blakely, Wm; Chamber- in a few days for an extended tour of ticipants in tbe program, which we an irritate l and angry surface, reliev
the result would also have been differ
Pool Ist b.... ..4 0 1 0 8 0
ing immediately tbe painful inflamma years; so this would be at tbe second
Cleveland, p.. .4 1 0 0 1 1
inspection of the conditions of labor print below, are tbe recipients of tion, cleanses and cures. Cream Balm succeeding ci y election in most if not
throughout tbe state. From Portlard much praise, laving been industrious quickly cures the cold.
37 5 4 •> 27 12 4 Hanna— Josephine..
all cases, in-lead of the general June
he will go down tbe Columbia vdley, | tn their prepaiati n and acquitting
Now tbat Cleveland has appeared in election. The question of county pro
touching at all labor points and mak themselves very creditably.
print, Judge Parker Is praying to be hibition is up and will continue to ba
Earntd rem: Jacksen ville 3; Asb
from bis friends.
bury, Laura tfeuber, Amelia Ullman.
Double | lays: Neil to Hulin to Pool. Benson—Jackson ..
We are in receipt of an invitation to
“Sleepy Cnorus," tbe Juniors.
J. F. Reddy and bis associates have dleton and, cutting across Eastern Ore
Skuck out, by Willner, 6; by Cleve
attend tbe graduating exercises of the Special Excursion to the
“Youthful Aspirations,” dialogu-.
bonded tne noted Blue Lead, situated gon, he will reach Medford oy way of
nurses’ school of the Good Samaritan
Tbe Mocking-bird,” violin and
Two-base bits: Hulen 1, Martin 1.
Hospital at Portland Tuesday evening.
the Oregon line, to Mr. Allen, repre coast be will return to Portland, stop piano, Lean Hanna and Frances DaD- Miss Daisy Huffer Is one of Abe gradu
Passed ball, Strube 1.
The Denyer & Rio Grande in con
a New York company. The ping at coast and towns on tbe Colum . egan.
Home runs, Strube 1.
ates. Tbe receptionroomsof the nurses’ nection with the Mi.-t-ouri Pacific, will
price is $175,000, which includes tbe
Bases on balls, Willner 3,Cleveland 6.
home will be beautifully decorated with run a series of Personally Conducted
Cooper interest, that has already been to cover the entire territory and gath three scenes. Characters: Madame roses and other flowers. Music for the Excursions to the World’s Fair dur
Hit by pitched balls, Willner 3,
bought, We are Informed tbat a er the desired data on labor which be Arrogant, a proud and haughty dame, occasion will be of a special character, ing June. These excu stuns will run
through to St. Louis without change
Edith Dewej; Bernice and Miriam,
force of men will be put to work soon w U formulate into an official report.
Stolen base«, TJack* on ville 1; Ash
and a fine program is promised. There of cars, making abort stops at prin
her daughters, Irene Plotner, Es
to develop the property.
The wood in the tender of the lo
are 14 in the class of 1904 The address cipal points enroute. Tbe first of
these Excursions will ¡eave Po tland
will be delivered by Bishop Cater.
comotive which pulled the northbound
Time, 2 hours and ten minutes*
6tn, and the seoma June 17th.
on Wagner Creek of D. B. Grant and passenger
train Monday evening
R. S. Dunlap left for Roseburg Fri The rate from Medford will be $77.50
caught fire from the sparas emitted by
8c orc r, C. L. Reamer.
day evening, to spend some of his re to St. Louis and return. Excur-i ¡n-
are an extension of the Ashland mine, tbe engine, n?arTaient, and, although Rosamond, the regent, Delia Reuter;
iats going via tbe Denver & Rio
2532 and are known as tbe McKinley group.
court ladies, A. Murphy, Anna Kass- maining days in the Oregon Soldiers’ Grande have tbe privilege of return
everything was done to extinguish the
Home. He is a Veteran of tbe Mexican ing via a different route. T is is the
It Don’t Get Credit.
Mr. Staples has a.ready commenced flames, it became necessary for tbe en hater, Emma Niedermeyer, Ida How
war and has lived in Southern Oregon m st pleasant »ay, as we.las the mo>t
Important Land Deciaion. the work of sinking an incline shaft gineer
delightful route. to cross the conti
to run down to Medford and put
on the property.
waiting, Dorland Robinson; pages, for nearly 50 years. For over a third nent. Tbe S’opa arranged give an op
It has been freely commented upon
Eastern parlies are examining the the water tank into commission. Tbe
portunity of « kiting the various
In tbe past and it is now more appar
The register and receiver of tv.e Or Opp mines, located a few miles west train was detached, and no inconven Marion Neil, Maud Newbury, Laura
ent than eyer that Oregon does not egon City land office rendered five de of Jacksonville, with tbe intention of ience, excepting the loss of some time, Neuber; dairy maids, Sadie McUarvel, ton of the Jacksonville cemetary. The p «ints of in’ere-t in and ah<>ut S it
City, Denver and Kansa- City,
Viola Kassbafer, Ada Loosley, Clara night prior to his departure he was Lak«
get proper credit for tbe amount of its cisions last week, In regard to home buying them if they are found satis ensued.
if ycu wish to accompmy one -f
annual gold production. In this an stead claim« affecting title to lands in
Charley Bruneau, one of the beet- Newman, Anna Huber, Hattie New ter No 3 O. E. S., of which he is a i he-e excursion« wri eat once to W.
man, Marion N«il, Esther Kasshafer,
C. McBride, 124 Third street, Port
injustice is done the state and has the Lion county. The entrymen in all of
known of Oregon and Alaska mining
chai o r member, that was a very pleas land for sheping car reservations.
effect of restraining capital from in the e cases, had made commutation Treasurer’s Fifteenth Call. men, to whose ability is credited the Flo-sie 1 unford, Katie Murphy ana
The best wishes of a large
Josephine Bdnnaz; Mercedes, mes-.en- ant ti *i
vesting in our mines.
proof, and after their proof was made
circit . friends go with him to his new
Office of the County Treasurer of) development of some of the best mines ger of the prince-s, Irene Plotner.
O n every gateway is nosted a red
Tbat Oregon turns out about S5.0CO, and final receipts issued contests
Jackson County, Oregon, Jack- - in Oregon, is again on his way to the
where a man has gone to the war,
Valse, “Caprice,” violin aud piano,
000a year in gold is not too high an were init fated and thecases were tried
sonville, June 14th,¡904.
) far north to pursue development of
“Gone to tbe front"—to be
Notice is hereby giveu tbat there ' coal properties in the Kayak country.
estimate; but this amount is persis out upon the charge that tbe entry
Sued by His Doctor.
supplanted with a black one—“Brav
tently cut down by official reports to men bad not resided upon, cultivated the redemption of ail outstanding With Jennings Brothers
“A ductor here bas sued me f<r ery forever”—should he be brought
and improved their claims as by law county warrants protested from April I the Musick and Helena mines, of the pantomime, Irene Plotner, Dorland
which 1 claimed wus excesMVc home dead. And when he is return
At tbe coming reventh annual ses required.
1,1902, to June 5, 1902, both dates 1 Bohemia district, which were finally Robin-on, Marion Neil, Laura Neu lor a case t f cholera m<>rr>us, ’’ says R ed dead his body is reoeivsd at tbe
sion of the American Mining Congress
Tbe decision of the local office was Inclusive. luterest on same wll) cease 1 sold to the Oregon Securities Company, ber, Heleu Zwight and Maud New* White, of Coachella, Cal. “At the
trial be pratseo bls medical skill ana station by his kin with proud faces and
to be held at Portland from August to the effect that these parties had after tbe above date.D. H. M iller ,
forming tbe nucleus of the extensive , bury*
medicine. 1 asked him if it was not no tears. Tbe Roman mother has
22 to 27, inclusive, thfi'tubjecl of Ore not complied wit b the homestead law,
holdings of that corporation. Mr.
Ciiauiberl Un’s Colic, Cholera and come back to earth again, and it is
gon’s annual gold productions will and rcc >mmended tbe cancellation of
Bruneau returned*1rom Alaska last
Tbe poet's exclamation: "OLife! 1 Diarrhoea Remedy be haa used, as I the Japanese mother who makes Japan
come up for discussion, and tbe blame their entries. It appears that tbe
To Cure • Cold Io Ooe Day.
fall and spent the winter working on feel thee bounding in my veins, ’* is a nad good reason to believe it was, and the high priest*»« of patriotism among
for tbe injustice done tbe stale will be entry men sold their claims soon after Take Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets. All ‘ his Bohemia holdings, consisting of 10 j yous one. Pers >ns that can rarely he would not say under oaib tbat it tbe nations of tbe world.
DruKgtsts refund tbe money if it falls to oure
was not.” No ductor cuutU use a bel
making final proof. While there is Grove’s sisnaturels ontto. each box.
fixed where it propeily b< longs.
or 12 claims, the sale of which has just or never make it, in honesty to thtm- ter remedy than tbis in a case of citol-
nothing in tbe homestead law to pre
been concluded. The consideration re- ate. Tm y do not live, but exist; for err m >rbus, it never faits. S >ld by
vent an entryman selling his claim It Will Be To Your Interest , ceived it is understood approximates to live implies moie than to be. . To all Druggists.
A Strong Heart
after he has nude final proof, yet hl«
hve is to be well and strong—to arise
Is assured by perfect digestion. Indi
to the ordioary duties or
If you contemplate visiting the
geulon swells the stomach and puff« it
The fourth annual session of the '.lie dav, equal
and to retire not overcome by How About Your Summer
up against the heart. Tbis causes tent has Issued, and the party who St. Louis Exposition, to secure reliable western division of the Oi egou State tuem-to
Bel life bounding in the
shortness of briath, palpitation of the buys tbe claim must rest his title up information as to railroad tervice,
the lowest rate« and the best routes Teachers’ Association, to be held at veius. A med cine that lias m<de
heart and general weak Less. Kodol on tbat of the entrymen.
vf people, men and women,
Newp-rt on Yaquina Bay 16 the
Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion, re Many people imagine that a tinal re Also as to local conditions in St. Portland June 29 a id 30 and July 1st, thousands
well and strong, ba* accomplished a Ideal sea-ide reBoit i f toe North Paci
lieves the stomach, takes the strain ceipt is equivalent to patent, which Is Louis; hotels, etc.
will be an unusually Interesting one. great
w rk, bestowing the richest fic Coast. K iund trip tickets at
If you will write tbe undersigned, Meeting of the department of superin
off the heart and restores it to a full not true. These ra«<s are being
blessings, and that medicine is Hold's greatly rtduced rales on sale from all
performance of its functicn naturally. watched with considerable interest, stating what information you desire,
S irsuparilla. Tbe weak, run down, or Southern Pac tic point« 'n Oregon, on
Kodol increases the etretgth by en- as there are u any others in a similar tbe same will be promptly furnished. tendence will be neld on tbe 28th. debilitated,
from any cause, should aud after June 1st. Ask agents for
Ir se do not have It on hand will Several of Jackson county’s educators
abiirg tbe rtomacb and digestive or condition.
n't fall to take it. It builds up the further information aud a' bands« mely
secure it for you if possible, and with are on the program.
gans to digest, rsstmilate ar d appro
wnole system, changes existence into illustrated souvenir booklet, rr write
out any expense to you. Address
priate io the blood and tissuesail of
Mulkey of the S. O. S N. S. will de life, and makes lite mote aboui ding. to
IM Kind You Hora Always Bought
E«i win S'one, Man ger C. & E R.
B. H T rumbull ,
ti eblrod nutriment. Tone« the stom B asts ths
Commercial Agent, 142 Third Street, liver two addresses—“Should a Person We are glad ro siy tUese words in it , R., Albany, Ore., or W E Coman, G.
ach aid digestive organs. Sold by all Sigrutan
P. A. S. P. Co., Portland.
be Required by Legislative Enact- fayor to the readers of our columns.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
As tbe time Is approaching when
hunterscan legally do business, the
following synopsis of the game law
will prove of interest:
Male deer, antelope and mountain
si eep, opeD season July 15 to Novem
ber 1. ' Female deer, August 15 to
November I. Killing of spotted
fawns, elk or beaver prohibited at al!
times of year. Noone is allowed to
take mure than five deer in a season.
Night hunting or with dogs, the pur
chase or sale of hides without tags, or
of venison, is prohibited.
Opeu season for silver grey squirrel,
October 1 to January 1.
Rail, plover, open seasen from Au
gust 1 to January 1.
Quail, grouse, native pheasants,
prairie chickeus, open season Octo
ber 1 to December 1; limit, 10 birds
Ducks, geese, swan, open season
from Sept. 15 to January 1. Limit of
duck«, 100 per week or 50 in tne day
Eggs of game and song birds pro
tected the year around.
Trout, open season from April 1 to
November 1. To bs taken with hook
aud line only. Sale prohibited at all
The laws of the state require non
resident market hunters to have a li
cense, costing $10 per season.
It is unlawful to hunt within inclos-
ures without owners’ permission.
It Is unlawful to put sawdust or any
lumber waste into tbe streams of the
Shipping game out of tbe state Is
Local Option in Oregon.
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Vote on District Officers.
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