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ASHLAND SEWER SYSTEM
Valentines at McNair Bros.
Chas. Roper was up from Phoenix Sat
Wesley Dial was up from Medford yes
G. A. Gurnea was up from Medford
Miss Ray Zumwalt left for Portland
McNair Bros, have a fine display of
Engineer Jesse A. McCall Reports To the By U. S. District Court from Pulling Up
the Sunset Telephone Co.’s Line and
Board of Trade on the Survey of the
Poles and Throwing Them Over the
The following is the report submitted
J. H. Settlemeior & Son,
by Jesse A. McCall, engineer in charge of Portland Oregonian, Feb. 1.]
JI Large Uaricty, includ
the plans and specifications of the pro
By a temporary injunction, granted
posed new sewer system of Ashland, as yesterday in United States district court,
Commencing this date we will close our Entire Stock of
read before the board of trade meeting tL“ entire city government of the town
of Medford, in Jackson county, was re
Dry Goods, Clothing,
trained from taking any action toward
Ashland, Oregon, February 3, 1902.
To the Honorable, the Committee on the removal from the streetsof that town
Gent’s Furnishing Goods,
oi the telephone and -telegraph lines of
Geo. T. Watson returned from Port county, Oregon, appo nted by the mayor the Sunset Telephone & Telegraph Com
apples ; PEARS,
pany. April 8 is set as the date for a
and common council of said city:'
HATS, CAPS, NOTIONS, E tc ., at COST.
Mrs. W. L. Townsend returned to Med Gentlemen:—In pursuance of instruc hearing in the matter, if the authorities
tions from your honorable body, Mr. of Medford desire to show why the in
In short, any and everything in our Block except Shoes will be
Carpets and curtains at Vaupel, Nor George Scoggin, consulting engineer of
Portland, Oregon, assisted by the under December 17 last the Medford council
closed at Coat for the purpose of making room for extensive Shoe
ris & Drake’s.
signed, after a thorough inspection' of i**;sed an ordinance requiring, among
purchases already made.
VERYTHING guaranteed true to
Ab. Giddings came over from Siskiyou the topography and conditions incident ot^ier things, that the telephone com
name. One of the oldeet-eetab-
to the location ol this city, have designed pany should pay into the city treasury
Druâfiists and Stationers, Jlsbland, Or.
lished and beet known nurserie«
A. L. Foster was at Medford Tuesday
on the Pacific coast.
profiles and specifications for a proposed monthly charge for telephone instru
on a business trip.
sanitary sewer system for said city, and ments and service should not exceed
Dick McCampbell came over from Sis respectfully submit the following report: $h50, and that, if the telephone com
TR0U3LE BREEDER FOR SALOONS.
THE FLKS LODGE.
son Friday on a visit.
Before a’definite plan of the proposed pany
w . should fail to comply with the
Are Partially in,
~ of 1 the ordinance bv February 1,
lodge, which was started by
J. P. Dodge returned Monday from
designed, a careful topographical survey ......... -7 autlu-riilis :-h'->n1d j.-oeved ’<> Wi»a* or.c of Them Tout Or gan’zaficns Is actors a number of years ago and then
Portland and Eugene.
spread among lawyers, drummers and
was made, which included such neces cut down and destroy the lines in the
Doing at Albany.
Giving Us a Complete and llp=to=Date
Miss Lula Dame went to Central Point sary horizontal and vertical measure city. The ordinance was approved by
other ornaments of’metropolitan life, has
Rev. J. F. Tout, formerly of Ashland, I become very popular. In order to pre
Sunday to visit her aunt.
ments as were required to make an ac Mayor Crowell the same day it was
by the council. The city has but now of Eugene, and state superin vent. it from becoming rural in its member
Line in Jill Styles« which will be sold
Miss Lula Kroenung of Portland is vis curate map of the city, and the profiles passed
made demand upon the company to com tendent of tlie Anti-Saloon League, has ship the supreme council at its last meet
of the streets
iting Miss Viola Wooden.
From this data it was possible to de ply with the terms of the ordinance, and instituted some of these trouble breeders ing made it impossible to organize in
at Lowest Gash Prices.
Nice line of mattings at Gurnea’s» termine the direction and gradients of the company has respectfully declined. for saloons in many Willamette valley i towns of less tlian 5000 people, hence the
Fourth street, near depot.
To avoid destruction of its property and towns. The one at Albany is evidently ! following Jackson county }>eople were
the trunk lines and laterals.
to get the matter before the courts for brewing from the following taken frorii initiated at Roseburg last week the order
Robt. Lucas and wife were over from
1 having heeminstituted there before the
point on Ashland creek, where the adjudication, the telephone company the Albany Democrat:
Henley on a visit Saturday.
waters from the millrace of the Ashland presented its petition for injunction, ac
A committe from the Anti-Saloon 1 recent, prohibition:
Miss Maggie Mead of Grants Pas3 was quartz mill intercept the waters of said companying it wit h a long statement of League have caused considerable commo
PIONEER BLOCK, Plaza and Main Street, Ashland, Or.
From Jacksonville—T. J. Kenney,
an Aslilaud visitor Sunday.
creek, it was determined that *'
most ' the relations of the company and the tion in this city by a wholesale raid upon Chas. Prim, J. . Opp, H. H. McCarthy,
the saloons: Sunday evening the com A. E. Kearnes, G. E. Neuber, Jas. Crone-
Glen Owen was up from Central Point practical routes for the trunk sewers town of Medford.
The company recites that it is a Cali mittee, divided into groups, visited all • miller, Jno. Orth, M. F. Hanley, F. E. Stover, range«, graniteware end. tin
would be as follows:
Monday looking at the town.
For the eastern portion
the city a fornia corporation; that it is authorized the saloons for the purpose of securing Bybee, Peter Applegate and Alex’. Orme. ware, furniture, bedroom suite«, bed
Mrs. Oscar Goodell went to Yreka trunk sewer would be of
From Medford—E. D. Elwood, J. E.
located from by the United States postal department evidence for conviction on a charge of
Monday where her mother is ill.
Eighth street along the center lines of to transmit government messages, tele violating the ordinance prohibiting the Shearer, G F Merriman, Carl Narregnn, steads, spring mattresses, carpets, and
TAX LEVIES COMPLETE.
. V. Lippincott, J. E. Enjurt, I. L. matting. Agent for John Deere buggies,
Mrs. Delilah Houck returned Tuesday A street, Ash street, a part of Oak street, phone and telegraphic; that it has for a sale of liquor on Sunday. The commit tee
The engagement is announced of Mar
J. 1). Heard, Chas.’ Pierce and wagons and implements.
shall Sayres and Miss Julia Nixon. Mr. tricts and incorporated towns of Jackson
tioned operation in the city of Medford, all the saloons in town except two and A. S. Wells.
Havres is a nephew of William H.. VIills county are all in and are herewith ap
There will soon be a much needed Water street.
Everything, Both New and
From Central Point—John and Joseph
For the central and business portion, a giving the city no trouble and contrib secured witnesses of violators of the law
and a special land agent for the railroad. pended. It will be readily seen that bridge across Rogue river near Woodville.
trunk sewer should be located on the uting to the convenience of doing busi- in all except one, and there are only ten Olwell.
Miss Nixon is the accomplished daugh Ashland, both as a school district and in
Mrs. M. J. Coolidge and Mrs. J. R. center line of Water street, from Main n>»:s there; that the license fee of $100 saloons in town, which will make nine
Ironi Ashland—J. E. Thornton, F. E.
ter of Editor Robert Nixon of the Yreka corporated town, is by far the largest tax Casey
Journal. They are to be married in payer. These taxes are levied on the
Main Street Ashland. Oregon
Hewitt & Sox have been retained to i
For the western portion, on Mechanic cember is unreasonably large and oppres
F. W. Sheffield returned last week
April and expect to go East.
property assessed in 1901.
from a business trip to Chicago and New street from Main street to Water street, any extra service that might be required assist in the prosecution, and it is ex-1
and the main outlet sewer would be lo
pected that warrants will probably lx« is-| testify to the merit of Banner Salve _ in
Camps’ photos are high grade, not Diet.
cated from said intersection of Mechanic by the city government by reason of the sued within a few days. The trial of the ) curing piles. It immediately relieves and
J. L. Fenton was at McCloud this street and Water street to the above de presence of the lines in the city; that the cases will no doubt develop a warm con-1 quickly cures. No other salve so heal-!
monthly charge of $1.50 authoiized by test.
week in the interest of the Ashland Iron scribed point of outlet.
ing.—T. K. B olton .
CHEAP RATE FROM EAST.
ordinance is inadequate to the sup
5 Ashland.............. ....... 10
so small an exchange, the num
The De La Mar Enterprise says the ■ In
xu all its
1UI „ 6tages
1 Jacksonville....... ....... 10
Mrs. H. V. Mitchell and son returned ers are given the same directions as the port of of subscribers
In Order to Secure Emigration to
there being only 60;
steam railway in Shasta county will be there should be
Monday from a visit with Edgewood slope of the surface in almost every in ber
that the ordinance in question violates party of Oregon have called a state con- built on the north side of Pitt river for cleanliness,
6 Central Point.... ....... 6
This plan, in sewer parlance is desig the United States constitution in several ’ vention to be held at Portland, March connection with the S. P. R. R. line, as
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAIL
Gladys Todd arrived Sunday from For
particulars, the chief one being that it
28,125 est Grove to live with her aunt, Mrs. F. nated as the “fan” plan, on account of seeks
19th, to nominate a state ticket. The only the Little Sacramento will have to ,tL1 s tat*« BU.J1
WAY, announces the following reduced 17
to imposo restrictions on inter-f 1 i first
08,896 D. Robbins.
congressional district convention be bridged, while below’ the junction a cleanses.soothes and
second class one way SETTLERS EX 22 Talent.............. .... 61
single outlet by means of the converging state commerce. The petitioner admits1 will be held at Oregon City, March 20 bridge would be required over the two heals the diseased
CURSION RATES, tickets to be on sale,
2__ also desirable membrane. It cures
Mrs. M. Wood returned last week from trunk sewers and their various branches. that a license fee of $20 might not be un and the second dist rict at Portland on t he streams combined. It
and the special rates effective DAILY 29
The depth of excavation will range reasonable
to the great eatarrh
date of state convention. Mass county
away a cold in the
during March and April 1902. From
Medford............ ....... 10
conventions are suggested to be held in
.435,334 son is recovering.
COUD >1 HEAD
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and DUL
from 4 feet to 12 feet for the trunk sew all the councilinen, tlie city recorder and various counties March 5th.
McCloud river, and also to the Bully Hill
Cream Balm is placed into the nos
UTH to Montana common points, $20.00;
Miss Nellie Loosley, a Klamath county ers.
and other mines in the Pittsburg district. 1 trils,
lrllo spreads over the membrane and is ab-
26,605 student at St. Mary’s Academy, is very
to SPOKANE, $22 50; to NORTH PA 56 Wagner Creek.. ....... 10
Taking advantage of the steep grades, refrain from molesting or in any wise in Brownsville Times.]
The road is to be built by a St. Louis sorbed,
—1. Relief is immediate and a cur«
6!),425 low with pneumonia.
CIFIC COAST points, $25.00; from CHI 57 Gold Hill........... ......... 15
Two Portland papers, the Chronicle company, and the route will reach up in- follows.
we were enabled to give the pipes a much terfering with the business or property
. ____ It
is not drying— does not pro-
CAGO to MONTANA common points, 59 Prospect............. ........... 4
smaller diameter than if the topography of the Sunset Telephone & Telegraph and Town Topics, are making a bitter to or near the borders of Siskiyou count v, duce sneezing. I arge size. 50 cents at drug- •
$30.00; from CHICAGO to SPOKANE,
Company. A deputy marshal left last fight against all aspirants for United and w ill prove a good outlet for a large gists or by mail; Trial Size. lOcts hy mail,
from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. G. was of a more level nature.
$30 50; from CHICAGO to NORTH PA 70
ELY BROTHERS. 56 Warren St.. N. Y.
The diameters of the laterals being night to serve the papers on the Med States senator to succeed Joseph Simon. area of valuable timber.
CIFIC COAST points, $33.00.
Boulevard......... ........ 3}
Mrs. Max Muller returned to Jackson trunk lines from 10 to 12 inches, while cording to the ordinance, when they Scott, Solomon Ilirsch and C. W Fulton,
We believe these low rates will assist
ville Monday from a stay of some months the main outlet was placed at 16 inches ly^ht proceed to uproot and tear down although the latter is the only one of the
materially in the further settlement and
545,484 with her children in California.
development of the country, and if you Ashland....
trio who has announced himself a can
in diameter, all being amply large to ac t4 e lines of the company.
will furnish us with the names and ad Medford ...
to succeed Simon. The fight be
Sayed Him from Tortuie.
dressee of persons from whom you have Jacksonville
tween the waring republican factions in
ing for Palouse, Wash., where her broth ulation of the district and its tributaries
received inqui«tes, we will be pleased to
laterals have been provided for on the
There is no more agonizing trouble Multnomah county is watched with
er-in-law, G. W. Hobbs, is seriously ill.
TO CU11E A COUGH
have our Immigration Bureau furnish
t n piles. The constant itching and laughable interest by the state at large,
Twelve skeins of shetland doss for $1
uiat*or and complete stop coughing, as it irritates the lungs,
Main street, from Church street to
mg make life intolerable. No posi- regardless of party. Politics in Mult-
information ih regard zo the section in and gives Their, no chapes to heal. For at Vau/el, Noirla A Diake’t?.
» ■» —
The torture is un nemah counfy aid an “amoJkin cuss, 6
which they are most interested.
Hargadine street, from Main street to erasing. DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve ni> matter w hether republican, demo-
The building up of the NORTHWEST ing a strain in throwing off the phlegm stopping at the home of her brother, W. Gresham street.
res piles at once. For skin diseases, cratic or any other old thing.
is an indirect benefit to every one living like
Boulevard, from Main street to Morton tjfs, burns, bruises, all kinds of wounds
in it, and we earnestly hope the news
itjs unequaHed. J. S. G.erall, St. Paul,
Tried Five Doctors.
papers and commercial bodies, will lend B olton .
Morton street, from Iowa street to
bays: “From 1865 1 suffered with
MARBLE, GRANITE, IRON FENCING and
County Judge W. M. Cake, and U. S. Main
of Missouri Val
us their hearty co-operation in giving
tlKyot Hiding, bleeding piles and could ley, la., writes: L. Sales
RUSSIAN CHARLEY MISSING.
District Attorney John H. Hall were
the subject as much publicity as possible.
CONTRACTING in STONE WORK
street, from Idaho street to Mor I inn nothing to help me until I used De trouble for years, had written five doc
Coroner T. A. Hood and Geo. W. Kerns passengers on Tuesday’s train for San ton Iowa
w ithout benefit, but, three bottles of
A. B: C. DENNISTON,
left here Tuesday morning to learn the Francisco.
Granite street, from Nutley street to completely cured me.” Beware of coun tors
Foley’s Kidney Cure cured me.”—T. K.
Gen. Western Pass. Agt.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Russell, who have Main street, Oak street, First Avenue, terfeits.
whereabouts of Charles Ranges, known
B olton .
as “Russian Charley,” who owns a valu been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alida Avenue, First, Second, Third,
Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth,
able claim 3 or 4 miles below Whiskey wood Saturday.
JANUARY WEATHER -
Gresham, Union, Baum, Church, Bush,
creek. Russian Charley has been mis
Montliy summary by F. II. Carter, lo
Will T. Boyd was on Tuesday’s train Helman, Laurel, Manzanita, Almond and ing in its work of driving a tunnel into
sing now some two months and the last
to Lakeview from a meeting of Wimer streets, and the alleys between the coal vein on the Furry lands north of cal wea her observer:
seen of him was after leaving his cabin
Helman and Laurel streets
Phoenix, having the new tunnel in on
for Leland. Coroner Hood and Kerns the board of arbitration of the A. O. U.
Approximately, there will be 85 man the vein 75 feet. They have got their
JI 'ill cure the worst cases
went over the trail and inquired all W. at Portland.
holes, placed at the grade changes, 26 cars in running order and will be able to
along, but nothing further could be
Miss Grace Reeves of Oakland, Cal., is lampholes, placed at the dead ends, and work the prospect much faster than
of stomach trouble.
learned. His cabin was well stocked visiting Mrs. Horace Pelton of Sams Val other places necessary; 1350“Y” branch when they were removing the coal and
A letter from David F. Fox, Ashland, with provisions. The coroner thinks he ley. She is a daughter of Wm. Reeves, es, and 7} miles of pipeline, with about dirt with a wheel barrow. The coal
has been foully dealt with. They re the plasterer, of Ashland.
1600 cubic yards of excavation and refill that is being taken from the mine at
to the Pass Thursday evening.—
For five years I suffered from stomach
present, while it can be used for steam
Everything usually found in an “Up-to-Date” Furniture Store
From the information obtained, it was purposes, is not of a proper age to satisfy
trouble, having in the meantime tried Journal.
been ill for the past few months, left
and at right prices.
many remedies for its alleviation, but
Monday for Los Angeles to try a change
Favorite Nearly Everywhere.
the city would necessarily be divided in Mr. Owens, the foreman, says: “While
without effect. I met a friend who told
of climate for his health.
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
to two separate sewer districts each hav the prospect is not what we first thought
me of Nau's Dyspepsia Cure, and how it
Constipation means dulness, depression,
Miss Frances McWilliams is teaching ing an outlet. One of the districts can it would be yet we can see no reason to
made a healthy woman of his wife, who headache, generally disordered health.
in the north school during the absence be drained and the sewerage conveyed become discouraged. If the coal contin
had sufferei for fifteeu years from stom
ach trouble, and from which cause she DeWitt’s Little Early Risers stimulate of Miss Nellie Ewan, who is waiting on through the outlet described above, and ues to improve as we follow the lead we
had been given up to die. 1 without de the liver, open the bowels and relieve her sister, Mrs. W. W. Hevener, who is which comprises all of the city bounded will soon have coal that is as good as we
on the east bv the east city limits, on need.” The company will also prospect
lav sent for your medi'ine. Af er taking this condition. Safe, speedy and thor ill.
three bottles of the CURE, found me a ough. They never gripe. Favorite pills.
Main St. Opp. l.O.O. F. Hall,
Jehu Jacobs was over from Hornbrook the north by the Southern Pacific rail adjacent indications.
well man. Knowing its great efficacy
Main St. Opp. 1.0.0. F. Hall,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
from not only mv own experience, but
Al. Chaney took out a nugget on Bum its and on the west by a line extending Something That Will Do You Good,
through the north school building from
from the experience of others, I never
FJYIIbTTS, F -A.11STTERS’ TOOLS.
We know of no way in which we can
Ellen M Young to H E Stone; 8.16 ble Bee creek that weighed 19 ounces the Southern Pacific railroad to the west
overlook an opportunity to recommend acres,
be of more service to our readers than to
WALL PAPER, GLASS. HTO.
city limits and being parallel to Wimer tell them of something that will be of
this remedy to any one whom I know to
John S. Herrin to Alfred J Weeks and
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tilcock of Santa
being the line where the real good to them. For this reason we
be suffering from stomach trouble.
Edith A Orr; 264 acres, sec 6, tp 38 s, r 1 Clara, Cal., who have been visiting rela street,
B uilding P apebs , W rapping P apxbs and T winu . ARTISTS’ MATERIALS.
surface slopes both northerly and south want to acquaint them with what we
For sale by McNair Bros., or druggists w; $3500.
tives, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McIntire, left' erly.
Edward Albright to Jennie Downing; for their California home Tuesday. Mr.
In all that portion of the city lying on the market for coughs, colds, and
10 acres, sec 16, tp 39 s, r 1 e; $450.
Tilcock is a contractor and builder.
north and west of the above line, the that alarming complaint., croup. We re
FRANK NAU, Portland, Ore.,
Daisy Marshall to L H Settles; por d 1
Dr. Everett Mingus of Marshfield is in sewerage would have to be conveyed fer to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
or 203 Broadway, New York.
c No 42, tp 39 s, r 1 e; $525.
for treatment. A consultation through an outlet emptying into Bear We have used it with such good results
Henry. L White to J F Wells; lots 25 of physicians
Price, $1.00; 6 bottles $5.00, express
pronounced his malady creek at some point northwest of the in our family so long that it has become
His wife is with him. Dr. junction of Ashland creek and Bear a household necessity. By its prompt
Wm F Coe to James F Wells; lots 28, appendicitis.
’ ■ but
‘ it t.
This latter d.strict has not been j ‘use we haven’t any doubt
29 and 30, blk J, RRadd, Ashland; $1000. Mingus is a son of Mrs. C. Mingus of creek.
z» ^ o i rT ororl i
C\ \ no nt’l
___________ . .
J E Robbins to S R Robbins; lots 1, 2,
mate, as the cost was limited to $20,000. The testimony is given upon our own
7, 8, blk 13, Phoenix; $10.
Circuit Judge II. L. Benson, A. S.
The mean temperatnre for the month
experience, and we suggest that our
J L Rees to C II Veghte; lot 2 and frac Hammond, Mrs. Muldanada, his steno
91 First Street, Portland, Ore.
j. a . M c C all . readers, especially those who have small was 37.9, the maximum temperature 65
tional nw] of swj and ne} of se] and lot grapher, and Court Reporter F. M. Cal
the 11th, and the minimum 12 on the
3, sec 33, tp 34 a, r 1 w and ne] of nw] of kins arrived Sunday from Klamath Falls
The total precipitation for the
“I have used Chamberlain’s Cough as a safeguard against croup.—Camden 29th.
; month was .35 inches; total snowfall 1
and lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 and ne} of sw] and where they have been trying the Har- Remedy
se} of nwj and se} of swj sec 4, tp 35 s, r pold water right suits. Judge Benson no hesitancy in saying that it is the best
inch. The number of clear days was Q; Importers and Dealers in
1 w, also lots 1, 2 and 3 sec 5, tp 35 s, r 1 went on to Salem to visit his family.
partly cloudy 13; cloudy 9; prevailing di
remedy for coughs^ colds and croup I
AVE IN STOCK 2000 Newtown Pip w, or 467.61 acres; $124.69.
rection of wind, NW.
The Free Press, Grangeville, Idaho, have ever used in my family. I have
pins and Spitzeubergs. One Hun
The mean temperature for January for
Florence E Whipp to Mary A Barber; says: L. L. Burtenshaw, an attorney not words to express my confidence in
Ji Representative Lacey can secure the
dred Cou Doynne du Comice winter 1 acre, O>egon sl Jacksonville, $576
who located here ten years ago, and IL this Remedy.—M rs . J. A. Moore, North pissage of the bill which he introduced 21 years has been 37.1 and this January
is .8 above normal. The average Janu
Henry L White to S O Furry; 10.10 M. Jorgens, recently of Klamiah, have Star; Mich. For sale by all druggists.
today, transferring to the department of ary rainfall for 21 years has heen 2.43 in
acres, sec 6, tp 39 s, r 1 e, $600.
organized a $100,000 stock company to
ches. so that the past month is 2.08 in
Hattie Anderson to O E Gorsline; lots operate in Thunder mountain [Mr.
tion and management of forest reserves, ches below the normal in this respect.
Full Line of Nursery Stock- 13, 14, blk 18, Medford, $125.
Burtenshaw formerly paacticed law in
he will be able to put a stop to the wran The January rainfall has not before been
Mrs Katie Bull to Samuel Mathis; lot this county being located at Myrtle
gle that lias been in progress for the last less than 1 inch except in 1883 (,95 ins.)
all Oregon Grown.
10, blk 2, Woodville, $200.
Estimates given on Electrical Plants, Electric House
STINSON—DAILY—At Medford, Jan. two years, and will take from the liands 1893 (.73 ins.) and 1897 (.73 ins.)
Jennie P Cleland to Katie I Bull; lot
10, blk 1, Woodville, $400.
Wiring, and Special Designs furnished for FirO-PlBCO Fur
nie Daily, sister of Supt. P. II. Daily, cherished duties. The passage of this
Jeremiah Nunan to Mary Josephine and gent le, easy to take’ and pleasant in
Divining Rod to Locate Metals.
The largest sum ever paid for a pre Russell;
Rev. W. B. Moore officiating.
bill will throw the control of the reserves
effect, use Chamberlain’s Stomach and
scription, changed hands in San Fran $5.
A scientific divining rod, says a Chi nituro. Agents for the new COLUMBIAN GRATE.
Liver Tablets. Price, 25 cents. Sam ANDRUS—WHITMAN—In Medford, into the hands of Gifford l’inchot, chief
cisco, Aug. 30, 1901. The transfer in
of the forestry division of the agricultural cago dispatch, has teen invented by a
ples free. Every box guaranteed,
volved in coin and stock $112,500 00 and sec 8, tp 39 8, r 1 e, $100.
sale by all druggists.
Major D R. Andrus and Mrs. S. M. department, and it is believed such a Chicago man, Fred H. Brown. Already
was paid by a party of business men for
the “electric metal locator,” as it is
Whitman, both of Medford.
Thomas J. Williamson; .54 acres, DL
* specific for Blights Disease and Diabe»
President Roosevelt, as it was Pincliot’s called, has revealed gold mines in Idaho
C No 37, tp 37 s, r 2 w. $5.
tee, hitherto incurable diseases.
MILLER—KEESEE—At Klamath Falls, recommendation that Secretary Hitch aud Oregon, and other imi>ortant treas
Kate Hoffman to Thomas J. William
They commenced the serious investi son;
Jan 28, 1902, John Miller and Miss cock was forced last fall to adopt radical
gation of the specific Nov. 15, 1900.
Ar cliye Keesee, by Judge L. F. Willitts clianges in his forestry administration.— ures in Missouri and Canada. A com
pany incorporated for $1,000,009 under
They interviewed scores of the cured and
tried it out on its merits hy putting over 10.10 acres, sec 6, tp 39 s, r 1 e $1
the laws of Oregon has purchased
three dozen cases on the treatment and sec 27 and 34, tp 36 s, r 3 w, $3.37.
WOMEN AND JEWELS.
Brown’s invention. The fact that an
watching them. They a so got physici O & C R R and U T Co; sw} of se} sec
electric current w,ll make a ground cir
ans to name chronic, incurable cases, 29, tp 36 s, r 3 w. $100.
1902, to the wife of Bert Higinbotham, the order of a woman’s preferences. cuit along the lines of least resistance Is
and administered it with the physicians
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MERRIMAN—At Medford, Jan. 29,1902, to the average woman. Even that great Furthermore, it being known that a
well or progressing favorably.
to the wife of Postmaster Geo. F. Mer est of all jewels, health, is often ruined metallic streak in the earth is a better 4 Through Tralirs’Daily from St Louis
There being but tbirteeu per cent of
location notices .
riman, a eon.
in the strenuous efforts to make or eave conductor for a current than the ground
and points beyond
failures, the parties were well satisfied
A L Johnston, Ben Villiger, H Riche-
CARVER—In Medford, Jan. 30,1902, to the money to pnrcha«e thorn. If a on each side of the metal made it pos 4 Trains Daily from Kansas City
and closed the transaction. The pro
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Carver, a son.
ceedings of the investigating committee . manu; quartz claim, Sardine creek min
coveted gem, then let her fortify herself ment by whioh readings are taken and
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tion in its early stages and heal the af
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plegate mining district, Jan 30, 1902
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LAWTON—At Medford, Jan. 30, 1902, It is not a cure-al', but it is a ccr ain a-giveu electric current is read un in-
copper riveted overalls
Creek mining district, Jan 31,1902.
Mrs. Eugenia L., beloved wife of J. W. cure for coughs, colds and all bronchial sirumeuts. Where the least resistance
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Lawton, aged 44 years and 20 days.
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HALLEY—In Medford, Jan. 26, 1902,i reliable remedies at T. K. B olton ’ s .
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