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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1904.
ful game on the latter's grounds Sat
urday. The score standing 16 to 14 in
favor of the visitors. Neither team
Judge Prim was a Medford visitor
Deneff visited In Medf rd
The wedding announced to ta*re place
J. W. Hobbs, the big, good-Datured
mm ». < ID II' exe * t-> i.' n
bad a full complement of its best
CHI8 YOUNG WOMAN APPEALED II
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
d mv * r ail* a. i • ’e
players R mer and Flynn and Cleve
VAIN FOR HELP.
J. E. Barkdull, wbo haa been quite
W. I' Kinn -y of Lake Creek tarried
P. C. land and Marksbury were tbe batter through this section as well as other rialize. It will occur later, however.
Jack» nvnl ’
Ashland .... ...6
ill, is able to be about again.
in Mud (ord une day this week.
Wheu Hop« had Aliuoat Settled Into Uttar Medfoid......... ...4
E. D. Elwood,who recently returned
Mr. and Mrs J. C. Pendleton visited
W. J. D Anderson of Climax was a an exptctiut ai d eu e, and ii wa
Deepair Relief Cauie from au
recently perpetrated on him in Eu from Cblco, Calif, has become inter
Meaford visitor last week.
Gold Hill....... ... 3
mote than pieai-ed with -he p e idid
gene, where he lives. Mr. Hobbs, ested in Hotel Nash and Saloon with la Medford one day tM« week.
Mrs. Emma Heidebreder, of No. 1323
Mrs. C. D Reed visitec, her daugh
Misses Clara Rader and Maggie pritfciam presented, which *e pre ent
whose business takes him into the sa C. C. Ragsdale.
Joy street, Burlington, Iowa,whose hns-
ter, Miss Kate, in Medford, Monday. Krause were Medford vis tors Wednes b low.
loons and kindred places on ills tours
l«nid is an employee of the Rami Lumber Jacksonville vs. Ashland.
W. R Stansell's saw mill has been
The droutby conditions prevailing
R. B. Dow, county recorder elect,
Co., tells a story of pitiable suffering:
Jacksonville again went down to de
moved to Sardine creek from Coleman
Sheriff Rader and County Clerk Orth
“For about five years,” she says, "I feat Sunday, being beaten by Ashland throughout tbe State were partially
creek, where a fine body of pine tim
made tbe Butte Creek section a visit
“ I ne Angtl-’ St renadr-,”
lutd a host of physical ills that kept me an ou Neuber & Taylor’s grounds by a relieved by scattering showers dui ing liquor by tasting the same, and be ber has been secured.
invalid and puzzled the doctors. Some score of 14 to 2. There were some good the latter pari of last week;but, as a was promptly put to the test by a
Tbe Farewell,” pa e
L. Niedermeyer of North Jackson
crowd of political friends. He was
of them thought I was going into con
H. D. Reed, a merchant of Gold Hill,
parting < f Naomi Ru
sumption. At times I was so weak that plays, but no especial feat ures. Er .net sufficient to do much god, and blindfolded and was then given vari bas made an assignment for tbe bene ville, one of our leading farmets, was Pacific Spates Telephone Co.’s office In pha.
with us Saturday.
I could not comb my hair or even wash rors were numerous, most of which
“Nonnata Pathetic,” B e huveu.
more rain Is badly needed for al) crops. ous Kinds of liquor, and in each In fit of his creditors. Bls assets are near
Mr. and Mrs. R. Rouse and Mr. and Jacksonville.
my face. Then excruciating pains ran were charged against the Gold Bricks,
stance he named the braud or vintage ly equal to his liabilities.
“Fille du Regimen',” D niz tie.
suddenly up my thigh and I had to be
Mrs W H. Simmons visited n Jack
i*us Patuway» Le B o*-,”
damaging effect on spring grain, and
A single stick of timber,30x42 inches, sonville Sunday.
nesday for St Louis, where the will re
carried to bed screaming in my agony. six innings did some awful work.
the*« was a p actlcal joker In the
I could no longer do my work aud the
60 feet lung, dressed on all sides, was
There is a great lack of harmony in
‘ Gil'ip BrHitante,” L'ebierre.
draiu upon my husband's purse was the Jacksonville team, which is one of yield. Fail wheat and barley have cros.d—there a.ways Is—and this one on a southbound train a few days ago. j A. E. Kellogg, one of Gold Hill’s
Mrs. O Gilbert, who met with a
leading businees men,spent a few hours
Gi adust lug honor» ouuferred * *ii Mis
very heavy. I craved food but what I
beaded nicely and a good yield of both handed to Mr. Hobbs a small glass of Its destination was Folsom, Calif.
painful accident some lime ago, is able
in Medford today.
water. Gnce, twice, three times Mr.
ate only gave me discomfort. My liver the main reasons of the successive de of these cereals is premised.
Ambiosine Cecelia » u^hy.
be about again.
w as torpid, and often I had to be carried
Lincoln Savage, the efficient school
Awa'dii'tfO Grammaraod p-i ma<i-
Haying is progressing rapidly under Hobbs tasted of the contents of the
J. M. Wagner, the manufacturer of S'dp cer fica'es.
to the door for air to save me from suf can be more demoral ziDg than inter i he favorable weather condition»; the glass; then a look of perplexity ovet- W. Day have removed to Sardine ; superintendent of Josephine county,
nal dissensions, aud it tbe Go d Bricks
the of Siskiyou mineral water, waa In
spread his face, and he said: “Boy», Creek, where they are engaged in put i was in our city Tuesday.
•Echoes from the P S’,” c I m »» |O bi
“The worst was the pain which seemed do not wish to be t he tail-ende>s they crop will be fair, estecially west of I’m stumped, I never before tasted ting up W. R. Stanseii’a saw mill.
our town Tuesday.
Add re »•«. R»v. J. D Murphy.
as if my thigh were being pushed out of mU'twork together better.
Mr. and Mrs F. Kleinhsmmer of
Sotne* iii'ig not previnu-ly sn-i-u c-
Jas. D Stevens, the well-known mi ! the well-known politician, was here
f Ufa has been secured tn vood e mdi- this brand.”
my ixxiy. The lwst doctors could do was
Tbe following is tbe official scoie:
Applegate have been visiting relatives ed *»* the visito Guv. C amberlain,
ner, has gone to Meadows, Idaho, to Tuesday, on professional business.
t ion; the yi* Id was above the average
to deaden it by narcotics. Once they
who ne iv«r d a »b irt nut app >pri i»e
though I could not live for more than
enter the employ of tbe Lake Creek
and the quality generally go d. Pas
John S. Orth, our popular county
two da; i. in une of my worst attacks,
very in ere-ting add*-t at waa
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C W. Conklin, Jacksonville’s under
turage continues in fine condition,
clerk, and bis wife have been ruatlcat-
3 0 1 0 11 0 1 but is beginning to d y up sime
a frienu s-tid : ‘ Why don't you try Dr. O well lb...
e/elved by t o la ge >.ss m da.e
ng on Applegate a few days.
J Mik Pil's? They are the Ordway, r f.. ..4 0 1 0 1 0 1 Stock is fat and the supply or milk in
mu-leal p-rt *f the privr tn
Prt f. E. E Washburn, former prin
.3 0 0 0 0 2 o
Rev. F Sack has retu*-ned from Van
only th dig tu it ver helped my rhenma- H-it iuulk-r p
tbe f* ature»* f tne ev nt,
couver, Wash , where he attended a
class and splendidly
“ I to >k his..
% After using one
conference of Lutheran miulsters.
Strube c............. 4 0 2 0 4 2 1
Gardens and root crops are miking large attendance aud much iotereat They will live there until taking up a
b*'X I f* \ better. i< i 1 continued to use Collins
Hon Miles Cantrail of Applegate was
the pills f- ~ thr.
n 0 1 0
Mi-a Mu p y 'he nly member of
' *ur mouths with Collins, s s
permanent residence elsewhere.
1 5 2 slow growth,owing to the dryness of waa manifested In the meetings.
Miss Edith Cranfill, who haa been al
our visitors Monday. He is in
ruveiu, ;u until I was well. Heitmuller
toe cla-» of 1904 acquitted b-r-elf
0 0 O
R W. Gray, who has the contract charge of tbe well-known Devlin place.
For fou < ars I ic
U en able to do all Kruwer................. 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 «ell and will soon be ready for niar- for the ensuing year.
is spending the vacation at her home vary credit bb, '*er eff *ri b Ing origi
building a residence on part ot the
my hou . ■id v\ •
1 no longer have
District Attorney Reames returned in Med lord.
ketlng. Com bas not made oiucb
nal a d beautiful In tb*>ugnt, cbo'ce
0 0 O
old Hanley farm, for Wm. H Stewart, from Portland Monday, where he has
imine f any se rious trouble, Heitmuller.........
in language and nicely delivered.
Grand master, Thomas Gray, Port will soon begin work. It will be a
box ut Dr. Williams’ Pink E Donegan, 1 f 4 0 1 o « 0 1
Mrs. E. W. Tryer and her children,
been some time on professional business.
‘Echoes from tbe Past,“ tbe title of
land; deputy grand master, W. H. beautiful and convenient structure.
nau ou ernn lies because of
after a short visit with relatives living
Nunan, 2 b......... 3 0 0 o 3 4 O
poem, wa« a dev r production and
t and advised my market
Flanagan, Grant's Pass; senior grand
W. H. Runnells of Gold Hill, tbe Medford Tuesday, accompanied by his in Jacksonville, left for Williams Creek, touched the tenderen leelings of alb
to a close. Risoberriesand cherries warden. W. T. Willi'msun, t ortland;
woman j buy a box when she was com-
...31 28 0 27 15 12
to visit her parents.
are ripening nicely and promise fair junior grand warden, L it L. Pearce, hardware merchant, was in our town mother, who was on her way to Jack
plaininp . tne same t. ?uble. 1 heani that
Rev. J D. Mu-p y awarded a num
Messrs. Fry and Harmon, two young
ly good yields. Apples are doing well,
i able to throw his crutches
of grammir and penminsbip
men connected wtth the U. S. Geologi
Indian war veteran, and was here tor
away, and -he told me she had got rid of
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E but pears, prunes and peaches con
tbat were we*l deserved
cal Survey, have been do ing some work
the purpose of obtaining evidence
the rheumatism by the use of oue box Hulen, 2b.......... 6 2 3 0 5 8 1
an add ess fiat waa
and could not thank me too much.”
west of Jackson villa
to substantiate his cl^oi to a pension
able and instruc ive aud t >u«bed a re-
1 2 o 1 O o
tional fund, John M. Hodaon, M. 8.
Bluff», Iowa, on a short business visit,
Testimony multiplies as to the mag Carter, If......... 6
P. R. Robinson of Foots Creek pre »jXMisiv.e cb "d.
Hon. G. W. Dunn,county-judge eloct, returned Sunday.
Woodcock and John B Cleland, all of
nifioent curative powers of Dr. William» Martin, p......... 3 3 1 O 2 O 1 o
Jacobs, c......... 6
2 o 12 3 o
who recently sold his place to M.
was in J acksun vlile Monday, looking
Pink Pills for Pale People in casts ot Neil, s s............ 2
Mrs. Nettie Martin and Miss Hig
2 O 1 O 1 o
late of Talent, has got
fora residence in which to live during gins of Grants Pass made Medford a
rheumatism, neuralgia, nervous head Freeburg, 3 b. 5 1 1 o 1 3 o
ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER.
Jack Snyder, whois well but un
ache, palpitation of the heart and all Pool, lb ........... 5 0 l 1 7 O o favorably known in Klamath coun
visit Tuesday. The former brought
Grand high priest, Thomas F. Ryan,
forms of weakness in either male or McKertcher, rf 6 2 1 o 1 O o
of T. J. Williamson's dwe'iiugs, for her son for medical treatment
Mrs. Chas. Nickell, wno has been
ty, ou Thursday night shot and killed Oregon City; deputy grand high priest,
female. They are sold by all druggist»
merly owned br Mrs J.C. Whlpp.
visiting Lu Jacksonville during tne past
T' e Ashland *>iera house wsg fl l-d
43 14 12 4 27 13 1 Tuffy Potter and fatally wounded Eiward Biddle, Dallas; grant king,
throughout the world.
J. S. Howard, the veteran civil engi
few weeks, returned to Meaford Tues witn a Urg- *od repr-a-ntativ aid!
Lot R. Pearce, Salem; grand scribe,
miles south of Klamatb Falls. The i Frank W. Davis, La Grande; grand an opinion that 11 o’clock at night is do some work for the company which day, accompanied by Miss Beodie Nick eoce W<*doesday afterno »n t • wiin-s-
A series of interesting firing trials
t-ir gradual'- n»*x~rci»e-**f *h*- S () 8.
recently was undertaken by the Swed Ashland ........... 00032320 4—14 men bad been drinking together io : captain or best, L. Steiner, Salem; long enough for any young man to I bas appropriated its waters.
Ji 8., <"i*n proved ve*y i . er-«».ioj.
ish government. The purpose of these Jacksonville.... 00000000 2— 2 the cibio, wheo all of a sudden Sny grand lecturer, George H. Burnett, stay with his sweetheart. According
C. C. Beekman, J. M. Cronemiller
inter—' *as- e t re<1 ar iuno
der pulled bls gun and began tiring, Salem; grand P. 8., Edward Kiddle;
experiments was to examine the effect
and Theo. Cameron, wbo have been
a-« It wa» well known the'
R. A. captalo, Frank J. Miller, Al
of shooting against pasteboard. Tbe
attending the Masonic grand lodge and
tbe chief ex-cutive of our state w< uld
trials were conducted on the wharves
chapters, returned Monday.
be one of several disUogui-hed visi-
two visitors were attempting to get Portland; G. M. second vail, Henry
of the Swedish navy, and the target 7th, P. Donegan 8tb and 9tb.
Miss Jennie Griffith, (a sister of the
Collins caught lu 7th inning.
away with some property io tbe room. Roe. Portland; G. M. third veil, C. J. late Mrs. R A. Miller) wbo conducted
Hon. E. B. Dufur of Foots Creek, the
used was a prepared one of millboard,
clas« of 1904 *'onsiB« of: Robe*t
According to tbe last report from Buchanan, Oregon Citj; grand senti the largest and most successful Chinese
well-known attorney, will leave for
against which the fire from revolvers,
Ban a D. Allen. J. Dali* n
tbe scene of tbe tragedy, Snyder w is nel John Dukehart, Portland; grand pheasant breeding farm in Oregon in
Salem in a few days, to argue the re
rifles, carbines and machine guns was
panied by her daughter, Jessie.
D n a B-ll, EUztbeth C.
spondent’s side of the case of Ferguson
directed. The pasteboard, which was
which Une she had attained consider
Gibson, Nellie E. Hare, Nan,L- Mc-
three inches thick, resisted completely
able fame, died at her home njar Salem
Callen, Fl >y E. McNeil, Ei«ln J Mc-
Portland, where she has been repre
Earned Runs—Ashland 2, Jackson ried away with bis lower Jaw entirely
the bullets fired from the small arms
John H. Barnum,conductor of the R.
June 12th, aged 38 years.
gone. A man named McManu«, who
but was perforated by the projectiles ville 2.
R. V. R., is at The Dalias, under treat K'ilnPt Nettie L McIntire, Ethel J.
W irthy grand matron, Mrs. Della
Newell, Ech > V. Nason, O' iv I i C Poh
Double plays—Hulen to Pool, Free was io tbe cabin at the time of the
from the machine guns. The experi
ment by Dr. J. A. Reuter. Some time
Houston, Portland; worthy grind pt- i baggageman for some time, has re-
land, Flora M. Poti la nd, E seC. Parks
shooting, assisted in taking care of iron, O. P. Coshuw, Roseburg; associ-1 signed hla position and leftlaat Monday
ments may be said to have given very
G. XV. Mackey, the photographer, ago ho Injured one of his thumbs,
Clyde Rhees, Chalmers L. Strange,
interesting results. Bullets from the
ate grand matron, Inez M. Ryan, Ore for a trip 1 b the mountains. After July and his family left for the Willamette which haa .been giving him trouble ever Delia A Steward. Roy G Walker and
Struck Out—Ry Martin 11, by Helt- be can recover.
carbines used are able to penetrate
I gon City; associate grand patron. Geo. 1st he will act as deputy for County valley tbis evening, to be gone some since. He expects to return soon.
Maude A. Z mmerman.
The murdered man wa* well koown j M. Highland, Portland; grand sec-
time. George may return next month.
wooden planks five Inches in thickness, mulier 1, by Strube 2.
The case of John A. Harvey vs. the r President Mulkey intr -duced ths
2-Base Hits—Freeburg, Collins, P. in the district about Picard, across
but they could not penetrate the paste
John and Ed. Wilkinson, wbo have S. P. Co. haa been appealed to the Su gu>*st of honor, Governor Chamber
, rotary, Mary Scott Myets, The Dalles:
the California line, near wbich town
Tbe County Commissioners' court been at Portland during tbe past sever
board, which was only three inches Donegan.
preme Court, notwithstanding the mis- lain, who addre-t-ed tbe damson a
Bases ou Balls—Off Martin 4, off the shooting took place. He was con
Grande; grand conductress, Bay L. will hold su adjourned term Wednes al months, attending tbe Columbia slatemeat made by Colvig and other practical subject He poloted out
Heitmuller 2,off Strube 2,off Donegan Mrs. 8 A. Potter, respectei citizens
Sherwin, Ashland; associate grand day of next week, in order to finish its University, are spending their vacation claqoers of Judge Hanna that It ■ome of tbe existing dehnquen'les In
of Ashland. They baye gone to the ' conductress,Florence Na»berg,Marsh- business. Judge Prim and Commission at home.
amounted to nothing and would never the administration of civil aff 4 •*, sg-
Wild Pitch—Martin 1.
scene of the shooting and will prob
er Riley will retire from office then,
Bert. Brewer, Geo. Fitzgibbon and be appealed.
ge-ted remedle- for them, and exnnrt-
Baseson Hit by Pitched Ball—By ably briog tbe body borne with them
having served their constituents faith
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ed the young people present to estab
fully and efficiently during tbe past
traveling fraternity, have been Inter after Jacksonville’s telephone offioe tn lish for themselves true ideals of citi
Are impure matters which tbe skin,
viewing their customers and others llv- an acceptable manner, resigned his I zenship and live up to them in spite
Left on Bases—Ashland 10, Jackson
liver, kidneys and other organs ean
W. S Haskins bas sold the Gold Bug | jng jn Southern Oregon this week,
position and on Monday went to Med ef seemiog difficulties. *
mine to Angus MsQueen and Clark
not take care of without help, there ia
where he la employed in his fath
Superintendent Ackerman male a '
Time—2 hours, 10 minutes.
Geo. P. Lindley, the clever cashier
We have been informed that *25,000
Tabor of Portland and Albert Geiser
such an accumulation of them.
add res-aod d is tri outs i the di
has already been taken from tbe ledge
of Sumpter. It takes elx figures to ex
They litter tbe whole system.
plomas to the class.
discovered not long stnee in Sucker liminary survey of the proposed rail press tbe price paid for this excellent to Illinois on a month's visit. He will wishes of all witb him.
President Mulkey, after a few re
Pimples, boils, eczema and other
Pliny Strange, the clever foreman of
creek district, Josephine county, by road from Big Butte Falls to central producer, which will be greatly im also attend the St. Louis Exposition
presented the Sberwio medal
eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired
and the Democratic National Conrea- tbe Ashland Tribune, and Miss Maude
Buy Briggs However, this may be
proved by the new owners, wbo intend
feeling, bilious turns, fits of indiges
an exaggeration a« such matter« are
adding 30 stamps to the mill that is lion.
generally enlarged upon to more or
tion, dull headaches and many other
Horace D. Jones, Jr., a former reel
ble experience in this line of work, is now located at tbe mine, on Mt. Reu
won by the Medford ■Grays, who made les« an extent.
will be married this week. In unison
T he managers of the Republican
troubles are due to them.
of Medford, is in the valley, rep-
sir runs to the Gold Bricks* two. The
witn their many friends we tender con campaign have realized wbat a mistake
Tbe original report stated that *750
Blaxe-McFall Co. Hls
feature of tbe game was Henley’s bat- worth of gold wa' pounded out of 40 sistants, besides the usual amount of
Dr. J. P. Easter, who surprised the
gratulations and wishes for a pros they made tn putting Colvig on the
of San Francisco,
IIng. He made two hume ru. s and • pounds ot the ore, which together with other help. There are about a dozen In public with eight strawberries that fill
perous and blissful voyage on the sea of stump. He spent most of his time
where he is employed on tbe Call.
lauding himself and Judge Hanna and
several »mall pieces young Briggs tbe party, and they have progressed ed a box, beat his own record by pro
Tbe base-bail magnates of Sottbern
started home with; that ne took a rel
I tried Ely’s Cream Balm and to all vilifying people who have the euprem-
Remore all humors, overcome an
Entrop &. Co. own a large body of box. He will next season raise some Oregon, J Court Hall of Medford, Geo. appearances am cured of catarrh. The eat contempt for him. However, in
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their effects, - rengthen, tone and Moore, c... 4
O J. Howard, formerly of Medford, into fine timber located in the Big Butte that he expects to go four to tbe box. E. Neuber of Jacksonville Wm. Hulen terrible headaches from which I long dolnr
he rendered many of the
Thomma. lb 4
of Ashland and J. H Beeman of Gold suffered are gone.—W. J. Hitcbeuca. , candidates on the Republican ticket a
invigor ite the .» >le ¿ystem.
Mil»-«, as... 4
2 tbe secret, and they returned to tbe
Hill—were in consultation in Medford late Major (J. 8. Vol. and A. A. Gen., great «ervioe. They would have been
O place afterward fora more thorough lumber to market by railroad, tbe only velt and they are all sound and firm as
**I had . t rb
.*■ my bands so tbat 1 Northup, rf 4
Buffalo. N. Y.
O investigation, and discovered a 20- feasible way. They expect to build a well as large and luscious, saws tbe Ash Monday.
Tne Balm does not irritate or cause defeated, too, had be had time to
could not work,
Aid's SanaparlUa Henley, p.. 4
saw mill df big capacity at the falls of land Record.
Ivan Humaton and bis family, who sneezing. Sola by druggists at 50 cts., •peak in favor of them.
and it d o u«t tbe . .or. I continued Pat’sou 2b. .4
or mailed by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren
that stream, where almost unlimited
Its use ti ha sores disappeared.” Mas. Isaac«, cf.. 3
Mrs. Jennie M. Gibson has begun a have been residents of Medford during St., New York.
o £o the ton, with thousands of dollars io
I ba O. B
Rumford Falls, Me.
Rotb’inal, If 3
Let me say I have used Ely’s’ Cream
suit for divoroe from her busband, T.
Milch Cow Wanted.
Sunday, whers they expect to locate. Balm for catarrh and «an thoroughly
Sarsaparilla promisee te
There stems to be a big discrepancy
euro anu woepo tne promise.
3 somewhere. However, a number of
recommend it for wnat it claims. Very
tiary from Josephine county for life for The t est wishes of their many frienus truly, (Rev.) H. W. Hathaway, E.ma-
At Laurelash, two miles north of
extensions have been located and con Ask the readers of this paper to test the klfflng of J. F. Schoenbachler,a jo with them.
Jacksonville. One with recond or third
Deth, N. Y.
calf preferred Must be gentle, and
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E siderable excitement cau-ed by the the value of Kodol Dy-pepsla Cure neighbor, while tn a row over a
J udge ALLEN of Loa Angeles, Cal.,
st'ike, which we hope will prove all Ttio*e persons who have used it and
give Urge quantity of rich milk. Send
has reft'- i to grant a divorce asked
line fence. The couple were married in
full description and stale price, spot
Wiilner 2b. .3
1 that is claimed fur it.
who have been cured by it do not
If you want to net up and feel good cash.
for by a wife on the grounds of insan- Heitm’er lb 3
R ob kb ? W. O jlesby
hesita'e to recommend it to their Lane county, March 30, 1895. Two
all day take a LiiU» Eariy Ri»er ot
ty. In denying tbe divorce be said : Strube c....3
friends. Kodol digests wbat you eat» children are tbe Issue of the marriage
twoai bedtime. These tamou little
cures indigestion, dyspepsia and all and Mrs. Gibson asks for custody of
The residence occupied by Frank pills
“Insanity on the part of either hus Collins 3b..3
relax t be nerve-, giv*- q iet res'
Northup, and| situated in tbe north nd refreshing sleep, witb a genii*
band or wife is no ground for divorce.
by enabling the stomach and digest i ’ them.
western portion of Medford, was de movement of ihe t owels about b<eaK-
Persons who are under tbe marital ob Do’gan E.if 4
orca i s to c< mtrlbute to the blood all of
The Klamatb Hotel Company was
by Are Tuesday afternoon, to fast time. W. H. Howell, Hou-tou,
ligation, if one or the other loses his or Barlow IÍ..2
the nutriment contained io the food
Tex., says “Early Risers a*e the be-
— tl-h warden, was in Southern Oregon Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and incorporated reoently By Alex. Mar gether with most of its contents.
her mind, are in justness bound each to
p 11 made for constipation, sick head
tin, Evan R. Reames, Alex Martin, Jr ,
the other more closely. There is no
An alarm was sounded by the Iowa ache, biliousness, etc.” Sold by all
nected witb bis office. There has
condition in life under which the unfor
Lumber & Box Co.’s steam whistle,but druggists.
SCOTTS tML'LSlON won't maks a
considerable complaint because $100 for the Beat Letter stock of 16,000. It is the intention of the Fire Department was powerless to
tunate partner should receive greater Innings— I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
hump back straight, neither will it make
attention or more loving care and kind Runs .... 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0—2 fi'h are not going up the river as free
About this 8ection.
a short teg long, but k feeds soft bona
known as the Llnkville Hotel and also render any assistance, as the waler
Live agents to sell Dr. White’s
and heals diseased bone and is among
ness than under the burden of a dis 1 HiU....... I 0 I 0 I I 0 0 0-4 ly as they should. Some of the dams
mains do not extend that far.
Ee trie Combs, patented Jan. 1, 99.'
across the river are responsible for
the tew genuine means ef recovery in
torted mind. Tbe decree is denied ’’
rickets and bone consumption.
Judge Allen is more than right.
this, and Mr. Van Dusen Intends to son who writes the best answer to the ing a partments and two large sample a defective flue, as there bad beeu a Cure oamruff, bair r»lli> g out, s ck
and neivou' bi adacbe», yet cost m
Send tor tree temple.
Innings— I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 S
apply heroic measures if necessary.
SCOTT A BOWSE, Cbemitt*,
more than an mdinary comb. Nel
Runs .... 0 I 0 0 0 0 I 4 *—6
Another thing he has placed under
on sight. Agents are wild with suc
Hite.... 0 I 0 I 0 I I 4 *—8 the ban is tisbiog dose to fish-ways and disadvantages of this section9 ligious workers have been holding a flames evidently had been »mouldering cess. Send 50c for'ample (ha f price)
The money is offered ly Orange Judd
sometime before breaking through tbe Wtiie quick. Tbe Dr. White Electric
Sacrifice Hits—Heitmuller 1, Strube through dams where fish accumulate
campmeeting in tbe grove on Rogue
Farmer of Chicago to draw out plain
Comb Co., Decatur 111.
'in their efforts to get through and are and truthful statements from actual river, just above Woodville, for the
Tbe loss is estimated at several
Earned Runs—Medford 1.
past ten days or more,and the meetings
then taken in large numbers. He has
A WONDERFUL INVENTION.
Two-base Hits—Heitmuller 1, Col- had tbe following notice posted by his experience of practical farmers as to will continue until the 26th inst. Fifty hundred dollars, upon which there was
the merits of this and other sections
no insurance. Most of the household
line 1, Northup 1, Miks 1.
deputy, W. R. Williams: “Notice is of the country. That paper proposes
It is interesting to note that for
goods of iRev. and Mrs. G. C. Love,
Home R uds —Henley 2;
hereby giveu that it is unlawful for to publish the best of the replies. If a tions of the valley have been in attend (who are now in Portland) stored in tunes are frequently made by the in-
Htolen Bases—Ordway 1, Willner 1, auy person to take or fish for salmon
ance, and their meetings are reported
v< ntion of articles of minoi imp «rt-
sufficient numberof answers come from
the building, were also burned. The
or other migratory speciesof fish with- this section it is possible that Orange as causing a religious sensation in the house belonged to Gus Samuels and a>ice. Many uf the m >»t p<*pulai de
vices me ' iiokc de-igi e l t" benefit the
Double Play—Miles to Thomma.
iu six hundred (600) feet of the fish-way Judd Farmer’s commission of land ex neighborhood, says the Tidings.
people atd meet popular conditions,
was insured for *400.
Bases on Balls—By Henley 1.
provided for this dam. The law will perts may make a special tour to in
undone of the most interesting ot
these that has ever been invented Is
Hit by Pitched Balls—By Lester 1. be strictly enforced against all offend
vest!? ite this county. All this work
the Dr. A line Eiectr cComh. patent
will certainly have a tendency to
ed Jan I 94 Ti e»e wonde.ful c* mb»
Struck Out—By Lester 6, Henley
posilively cure dandruff, hair falling
widely advertise the advantages of
Mrs. Jessie Riebel, of Grants Pass out, sick and uervou» headaches, and
Left on Bases—Medford 4, Jackson
Have You a Cough P
this locality, increasing tbe demand
E. P Hammond, the well-known was committed to the state insane when u>* d in connection with Dr.
A dose of Ballard'» Horehound Sy r-
up will relieve it. Have you a cold? for land and enhancing tbe value of Socialist and weather prophet,fell from asylum last week. Sbei* 35 yearsof age White’s Electric Hair Brush are pos
Time of game 1:25.
A dose of Herbine at bedtime and country property.
a bay wagon Monday and suffered the and a native of Iowa. Her mental in* it vely guaranteed to make sfalght
hair curl) I d 25 days’ time. Thou
frequent Mnall dores of Horehound
fracture of an arm. Dr. Pickel re iirmity started several years ago when sands of tbe»e electric iambs have
Syrup during the day will remove it.
duced the fracture.
she had impulses to commit suicide. been sold tn tbe various cine» of the
Try it fur whooping cough, for asth
AN official Investigation has convinc
Medford beat Gold Hill on tbe i ma,
During her more recent at! acks of the Union, aud tlie demand is constantly
ed England, France and Russia that grounds of tbe latter last Sunday, in Mr». Joe McG'ath, 327 E. 1st street,
Our agents are rapidly
she has become violent, some increasing.
Armenian villages have actually been an entertaining name, by a score of 7 Hutchit aortj^Kao., writes: “1 have
becoming rich selling these combs.
For Infants and Children.
Ray’s dam, fell a distance of 15 feet times threatening to kill herself as They positively sell on skht. Send
FINL^T FLAVOR A im D
destroyed and their inhabitants slaugh to 4. '«"«■>»
The Kind You Have Always Bought Monday and received severe bruises, well as her children, She is said to for »ample. Men’s size 35c. ladle»’ 50c
ABSOLU r¿ FuRiTY
tered in customary Turkish fashion. mer a nr Flynn were the batteries for
GUJAW ANTEL i_?
be*t and most palatable medicine 1
including a scalp wound several inches wander about, singing loudly and di<- —hall price while we are introducing
Tbe usual protest has been forthcom
them. S-e Want Column of tbis
ever used.” 25c, 50c, *1.00.
ing. Acquiescence therewith will tbe respectlye teams.
long. He was put on dry dock by Dr. coursing at length on religious sub paper. The Dr. White Electric comb
Dr. Hinkle at Central Point.
doubtkes be granted--when there are
Gold Hill beat Ashland in a frlgbt*-
Cameron and his Injuries repalrel.
Co., Decatur, 111.
more Armenians to butcher.
He Was Fooled.
A Hzndstme Event.
Crops and Weather.
Two Men Shot Fatally.
That Rich Discovery.
The Prospective Railroad
Work of the Fire Fiend.
Obstructions to Fish
A Couple of Accidents.