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ASHLAND, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1902.
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| Cannot be better spent than by subecrib*
mg to the VALLEY RECORD for a
year. Just thinkl $1.75 gives yon all
the news for a year. Try it I
The Board of Equalization, consisting
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Pat
of Judge Charles’Prim, County Clerk J. ton ou Oak street, Ashland, was the His Timber Land Buyer Discusses the
Mrs. Del Hildreth visited Grants Pass S. Orth and Assessor J. C. Pendleton. scene of a very pretty wedding last Sat
The board organized by the election of urday, Oct. 11th., at S:30 p. m., where
Theo. Engle was up from Phoenix Judge Prim as chairman and Mrs. Maude their oldest daughter, Miss Carrie
Cheater L. Hovey, the principal buy
H. Pendleton as clerk.
Marena, was united in marriage to Noah
Monday on a business trip.
er for Thomas B. Walker, the million
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C. 8. Greening went to Grants Pass board voluntarily and asked a reduction Rev. G. W. Nelson, of the Congregational aire lumberman, is quoted as saying that
H°ouunXnids ¡^7.7. .18.104.22.168 77? -
Mr. Walker lias already acquired be
in her assessment of $300—money with church, officiating.
The home was tastily decorated for the tween three and four huudred thousand
Jacob Kennedy returned Monday from which she was asseesed. The reduction
+ a visit with his sisiter at Grants Pass.
occasion. The couple took their stand acres of timber land in northern Cali
L. P. Hansen voluntarily appeared be under an arch trimmed with ivy and fornia and has expended for tlie same in
Mrs. Lindsey, wife of Brakeman Lind fore the boark and made an examination white roses aud upon a mat of flowers. the neighborhood of $1,000,000.
sey, left Monday for a visit in Michigan. of his assessment, which was found not 1 Miss Mary Fendall, of Ashland, acted as
The most interesting feature of Mr.
Rev. J. R. N. Bell, of Baker City, vis to be on tlie roll. He was therefore as ‘ brides-maid and Joe M. Coleman, a Hovey’s remarks, however, related to
brother of the groom, as grooius-man. the vast industry which must be set in
ited southern Oregon the first of the sessed by the board for $230.
The most Useful Articles For Household Use. Everything in The
bride was arrayed in a beautiful motion when Mr. Walker gets ready to
stricken from the roll, the property with white organdie dress trimmed with place liis finished forest products on the
J. 8. Bailey and family returned home which he was assessed being on the roll orange blossoms, and held in her hand a market. He said that Walker’s great
to Shake, Friday, from a visit in the in the name of Mrs. H. M. Coss.
boquef of white roses.
The brides plant, in point of labor employed and
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G. £ Nuber, agent for Sachs Bros., maid wore a white organdie dress and money expended, would easily rival
living Us l'our
that of the Mountain Copper Company.
G, Naylor, a pioneer citizen of this asked a reduction of the assessment on carried a boquet of pink roses.
The groom is the foreman of the Espey
county, was visiting Ashland friends the property owned by them. Granted
Gold Mines located near Coles station
to the extent of $175.
WEDDING AND HORSE THItf CATCHING.
_ F. P. Roper of Phoenix asked a redac and iaa young man of fine appearance ing to about $100,(XX) a year. This it-
Mrs. Call came over from Hornbrook tion
Tf would guarantee the success of a
his assessment on merchandise and good habits. He is well and favora self
Estate of M U Harwell; order post
Sunday to visit her daughter, Mrs. E. from of
bond loan so Mr. Walker is not depend
Bly’s Squire Has a Busy Day.
J. A. Houston of Trail asked a reduc bride, a native of Ashland, is a hand ent on any one to build a railroad for
Estate of Jas. McDonough; order ap Lakeview Herald]
We understand that $100.) more of tlie
Miss Myrtle Morgan went to Duns- tion on his tillable laud. It appearing some young lady and possesses many him. If it should be built by other par
pointing day for settlement.
secreted by the late Fendal Suth
Mike Parker, Justice of the Peace at muir Saturday to work in the Home that the same was assessed $100 higher . fine qualities among them a very amia ties it will be upon Mr. Walker’s terms.”
Estate of Chas Hopkins; order approv
erlin has been found. This is a part of
than some other lands in the same vicin- j ble disposition.
ing final account and discharging ad
No disease costs more little the $10,000 in controversy between the
Mike says that he married a couple near
ity, the reduction was made.
A host of relatives of the contracting out concerning the various proposed easily.
croup. It’s attack is so sud executor of the estate and Mrs. J. II.
parties witnessed the ceremony, also
Estate of A. 8. Moon; order for sale of Bly last Sunday, and that immediately was over from the other side of. the Sis-
sufferer is often beyond Grubbe, who claims it was given to her
after the ceremony he quit the marriage kiyous Sunday.
a few intimate friends, among them Mrs. enough about the Pitt river route to human aid the
the doctor arrives. by her father, Mr. Sutherlin, before his
G. F. Fendall and Fred Roper. At the
Estate of M E Minear; same.
to On<? Minute death. This makes a total of $8100 so
Father E. P. Murphy, who has been
conclusion of the ceremony and congrat
Estate of J J Donohue; final report county in arresting a horse thief sup
tlie mucous, al far discovered.
posed to be in that section of the coun in Klamath and Lake counties, passed school begins the year’s work Wednes ulations a most beautiful and delicious bridges would be required from the
filed and order of final settlement.
day, September 9th. Buildings are wedding supper was served. The young Pitt to the Big Bend.
Estate of J O Johnson; final account try. Within half an hour after kissing thsough for the north Sunday.
NEVER ASK ADVICE.
couple took the night train for Coles
ila- i-a*»! f.'rdec o* final settlement.
von have a cough or cold don’t
near which place they will reside for a
Estateul Philip Mullen;final discharge soms, Mike found himself in hot pursuit brook visited Medford Saturday. Mr.
F. S. McMa ask what is good for it and get some
ments. Latin and economics may' be short time and later spend the winter in Flat woods, where the recorded snow throat and lung trouble.
of the thief who was arrested near Al
hon, Hampton, Ga.: A bad cold ren medicine with little or no merit and per*
Day was over qn professional business. taken as preparation for high school southern California.
May happiness fall is eleven or twelve feet, Mr. Hovey dered
Estate of Margaret Houser; final ac bert Walker’s place on Sprague river.
me voiceless jnst before an oratori haps dangerous. Ask for Foley’s Hon
and prosperity be theirs.
Mrs. I. E. Inman and children of Tal
I intended to withdraw but ey and Tar, the greatest throat and lung
Estate of Conrad Mingus; order to con dle in his possession. The sheriff hand ent moved to Lairds Sunday where her
of wind. The road could be easily kept took One Minute Cough Cure. It re remedy, it cures coughs, and colds quick
vey real property; final report and order cuffed him and took him back to the husband is employed on the new rail college and a man of large experience in
stored my voice in time to win the med ly.—T. K. Bolton.
his line of work, will have charge of the ESTABLISHED SO YEARS AGO open where the snow is not drifted by al.
confirming sale of personal property.
The guilty party was Fred Collins,
Estate of J W Masterson; order ap
aged 17 years, and a former resident of
The M. E. Church of Jacksonville Celebrat thing else except that Mr. Walker and
visiting in the Willamette valley. The
Estate of L H Faucett; inventory and Talent. A horse belonging to Joe Der- former took along his gun to kill China $200 in cash prizes have been guaranteed
his money would bring a great deal of
es Its Half Century In This County,
prosperity to Shasta county and that he
alogue address B. F. M ulkey , president,
among the articles.
W. J. Plymale, the pioneer literary ought to be encouraged by the press, the HOWARD—MA,’CAULAY-Jn Medford, to prevent Pneumonia and Consumption
Geo. Rowley visited his daughter, or C. H. T homas , secretary, Ashland, man,
A DOZEN TIMES ANIGHT.
gives the following description of assessors aud the public generally.
Oct. 7, 1902, by Rev. T. L. Crandall, is to euro your cold when it first appears.
Lumbering At Jacksonville. Mrs. J. M. Hunter, last week. . Mrs. H.
Leon Howard and Miss Jessie Ma A cker ’ s E nl . lisk R emedy will stop the
Mr. Owen Dunn, of Benton Ferry, W.
accompanied him home Sunday for a
cough in a night, and drive the cold out
Va., writes: " I have had kidney and
N. W’illiams, general manager of visit there.
Always a quick and
At the Methodist church in Jackson acquire timber land in violation of the VAN DYKE—COX—In San Francisco, of your system.
bladder trouble for years, and it became the J. Iowa
Company, who recent
sure cure for Asthma, Bronchitis, and
ville on Sunday last the services were laws governing the disposal of the public
Mayor and Mrs. B. D. Grant and
so bad that I was obliged to get up a ly put up Lumber
at the residence of C. B. Williams, all throat and lung troubles. It it does
a sawmill on the tract of tim Misses Cordy Grant
unusually interesting, the occasion be domain, but that on the contrary Mr.
Frankie Tozer Klamath Falls Papers, Oct. 9]
dozen times a night. I never received
John G. Van Dyke, jr., and Miss not satisfy you the drnggist will refund
Squire Parker and_ the Howard Bros. ing the 50th anniversary of the erection Walker had purchased, as he had a
any permanent benefit from any medi ber which his company bought a few took the Colestin trip Sunday accom
Minnie Cox, both of Medford.
your money Write to us for free sam
right to, an immense acreage of timber
panied by a kodak.
cine until I took Foley,s Kidney Cure.
The lovely bride is the youngest ple. W. H. H ooker A Co., Buffalo, N,
Methodist church built south of Salem. as a legitimate investment, paying a
After using two bottles, I am cured. ports that the sawmill is now in opera Mrs. Jo Nunan-Russell, of Jackson
of Rufus Cox. the well known
—T. K. Bolton.
Mrs. Kinkaid of Josephine county is Rev. T. F. Royal, the pioneer Methodist good price for the same and respectin daughter
tion and that a goodly amount of lumber ville, went to San Franciso, Friday, to
preacher, who helped build this church everybody’s rights in the premises Medford citizen, and the young groom is
is now on the yard, much of which is
in the early fifties occupied the pulpit, The settlers everywhere are using Mr. engaged in the shoe business at that
being used in the construction of build Miss Fanny Nunan.
town being a member of the well known
both morning and evening. Special Walker’s lands for free pasturage.
ings for the company’s use.
It is the
pioneer family of this county. They
Mrs. J. F. White and District At John Freise has sold 800 or 1000 sheep music was rendered by the choir. Rev.
intention of the company, Mr. Williams torney A. E. Reames returned Monday to Frank McCornack for $3.25 per head. Royal’s text in the morning was from
Tlie excitement incident to traveling have lots of friends whose best wishes OVlItr in a Bankt!
states, to build a tramway from the mill from a visit with their mother, Mrs. L.
and change of food and water often go with them.
Maj. Worden has sold his band of 200
to connect with the Medford-Jackson Reames, at Berkeley, Cal.
brings on diarrhoea, and for this reason BOLTER — WILKINS — At Roseburg,
sheep to Sheriff Summers for $3.25 per gentleman confined himself more to no
We live by our blood, and on ville shortline at Jacksonville.
one should leave home without a
Oct, 8, 1902, Frank H. Bolter and Miss
Mrs. Thos. Brown and little son of
Ten acre fruit tracts
bottle of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera
Dora B. Wilkins, by Rev. C. A. Hyatt.
it. We thrive or starve, as
and Diarrhoea Remedv. For sale by
The telephone line had reached the engrossed ’ completely
Two acre tracte
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Schneur- Henley ranch the first of the week on old and young.
The wedded couple are spending their
our blood is rich or poor.
Lakeview Examiner, Oct. 9] .
in Los Angeles Mr. Bolter
its way to Merrill.
spring of 1853 quite a religious emigra
Oil as a fuel has proved such a suc honeymoon
is an S. P. fireman operating between
There is nothing else to live Mrs. W. F. Grob is now in San Use Soother of Pain. For all pain.
A. Castel reports that he will have the
Ashland and Roseburg.
Francisco where she will visit for a
on or by.
Sale at Bargain
Engineer Chas. Miller took Monday’s excavating done for his new brewery 8. Smith, a Methodist minister among Pacific that general orders have been
short time before going to Los Angeles
issued for tl>e conversion of all the
for a trip to Juneau, Alaska, where this week.
When strength is full and for the winter. Mrs. Grob’s health is train
the Jacksonville charge. Subsequently engines. Coal will be abandoned ab
hie brother-in-law is in charge of the
Jas. Bell was in town the first of the Rev. Smith, who was a very able man, solutely. Within a year the South?? d
0. T. Billing».
spirits high, we are being re much improved since she left here. was construction of some government works. week
from Bly being on liis way to the was elected to congress by the demo Pacific will be on an oil basis solely. BEACH—At Lakeview, Oct. 6, 1902, to
E.*E. Fitch, landlord at Old Bly,
freshed, bone muscle and brain, i visitor in Lakeview last Friday. Mr. Rev. Jason L. Payne, who has been railroad after a load of freight for W. W. crats. While in charge of religious af The order will affect all the divisions Mr. and Mts. A. Y. Beach, a son.
Real Estate and Insurance.
spending the summer in Ashland visit Smith.
fairs here he began the erection of a of the company. The local division
ia body and mind, with con Fitch has been seriously ill.
ing Judge J. L. Batchelor’s family, re
church, on the lot now occupied by the generally known as the Western, is In STEWART—At Bonanza, Oct 4, 1902, to
Mrs. C. A. Humphrey and daughter, residence of P. Donegan. It was in 1853
Tom Welch and Arthur Price were turned homeward Saturday to Fayette,
tinual flow of rich blood.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stewart, a son.
Edith, left Wednesday morning for Ash that Rev. Royal and family arrived in the lead In the number of oil burning
down from Paisley last week. Mr. Iowa.
This is health.
—At Bonanza, Oct., 5, 1902, to
land at which place they will reside in the valley, after a weary trip of five
Price came here to visit his parents,
comes next and the Los Angeles di
8. P. Roller, who worked as an 3. P. the future.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Stack, a daughter.
When weak, in low spirits, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith of Mediord. brakeman
months across the plains. After consid vision third. All of the divisions are
out of Ashland until the A.
correspondence and waiting, for using oil for about one-third of the VANMETER—At Klamath Falls, Oct.
no cheer, no spWng, when rest A band of 8000 sheep, most of them R. U. strike, was over from Dunsmuir Earnest Shattuck, son of S. 0. Shat erable
2, 1902, to Mr. and Mrs. John Van
owned by John Reid of New Pine Creek, the past week on a visit, after an absence tuck qf Ft. Klamath is dead, agedl4 in those days the mail facilities were traffic.
is not rest and sleep is not were driven to the railroad last week of eight years.
Meter, a son.
necessarily slow, Mr. Royal was appoint
ed to succeed Jos. S. Smith by Rev. Wil United States Marshal Shine of San
sleep, we are starved ; our blood for shipment.
Ben Van Brimmer has returned from bur, the presiding elder. During Mr. Francisco was in Redding last week McDANIEL—In Jacksonville, Oct. 6,
All kinds of rubber goods at McNair
1902, to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mc
an Oakland, Cal., hospital.
is poor; there is little nutri
Royal’s stay of two vears the Methodist subpoenaing witnesses in an alleged
SPENT MORE THAN $1OOO.
Daniel a daughter.
J. L, Padgett has sold his interests to
ment in it.
Mrs. II. L. Walters of Portland, who
W. W. Baker of Plainview, Neb.,
Sam Padgett and has gone to Indiana the lot being donated by JamesCluggate,
Back of the blood, is food, writes: “My wife suffered from lung lias been visiting her folks, Mrs. J. H. and
the building completed and dedicated in Mrs. Moon, claiming to be the widow of
soldier, asked a Redding attorney to
trouble for fifteen years. She tried a
to keep the blood rich. When number of doctors and spent over $1000 visit her sister, Mrs. Thos. P. Boyd, at B. Abberloos and wife returned Tues 1854. Mr. Royal has now in his posses a make
sion the names of those who subscribed
Coffee and Cake
day from the Rogue River valley where so liberally to the building. Mr. Royal’s She was substantiated in her’ testimony YOUMANS—At Crescent City, Sept. 1",
it fails, take Scott’s Emulsion without relief. She became very low Woodland, Cal.
Miss Pearl and Master Willie Canning
narrative Sunday evening certainly car
of Cod Liver Oil. It sets the Foley’s Honey and Tar and, thanks to arrived
6 months and 22 days.
Saturday morning from Santa
Mrs. H. S. Parrish of Ashland arriveyl ried the old pioneers back to those old leged that she attempted to defraud the
whole body going again—man this great remedy it saved her life. She Rosa, Cal., to make their home with in town Monday for a short visit with days in Jackson county. He told how pension department.
enjoys better health than she has their father, Geo. W. Canning, proprie her mother, Mrs. J. Hunsaker.
he bought liis first house for a shot gun
woman and child.
knonw in ten years.” Refuse substi- tor of the Blue Front restaurant.
a silver watch; of the generosity of
Best Itteals in Cown
If you have not tried it. send for free »ample, stitutes.—T. K. Bolton.
Thos. Collins and Lee Doten were at and
its ajjreeable taste will surprise you.
Mrs. R. T. Melius returned Friday the metropolis Tuesday from the flourish Dan Kenny; how Win. Kahler sold his
last yoke of oxen to lift the debt off the
SCOTT & BOWSE, Chemists
from the railroad hospital at San Fran ing little town of Merrill.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
church; he spoke of the then populous
409-415 1‘eail Street,
cisco and reports that her daughter Irma,
jcc. and Ji.oo; all druggists.
J W Merritt to V A Little; lot 1, blk whose lower limbs were stricken with
31, Central Point, $10.
paralysis, is not improving very rapidly. morning for Ashland accompanied by population. A glowing tribute was paid
his son Roy, who expects to attend the to the memory of Isaac Jones, the negro
F H McCormach to A M Long; lots ?2,
Combination water bottles and foun normal school.
preacher, whose eloquent sermons and
SALTS from MtNERAl
The largest sum ever paid for a pre tion Ashland, $1600.
tain syringes. Go to McNair Bros.
llPVPf=(JT1 HP W ells , Texas, are al.
fresh Bread and Pastry
soul-stirring prayers were a feature of all
most tasteless. The first
scription, changed hands in San Fran
church gatherings. During Mr. Royal’s
dose pleases you «nd the
Your Blether Blakes
cisco, Aug. 30, 1901. The transfer in lots 30 and 31, Hunsaker’s addition,
result wins your friendship. A mild but certain cure
and had the bone shattered while being had been after their winter’s supply of stay in Jacksonville, which was limited
volved io coin aud stock $112,500.00 and Ashland $250.
■ mistaken for a deer by his brother near fruit. They left the same day for their in those days to two years, he was eh ct-
tism Female Complaints, Liver, Kidney and Stomach
was paid by a party of business men for
ed county school superintendent, being
Troubles, toe, or box containing j times the quan
Josephine county, arrived in home at Bonanza.
a specific for Brights Disease ar.d Diabe Harden; quit claim deed 35 acres in tp Leland,
35c at your druggists. By mail 13c and 30c In
stamps. One box will convince the most skeptical.
tes, hitherto iucurab'e dieeaees.
The town is now filled up with racer whigs and democrats. He established
0. M. Waterhouse Co. 830 Howard St. Sao Francisco
They commenced the serious investi
horse men and the stables with racers. the first school hère—a subscription
Agents wanted In every town. Liberal terms.
gation of the specific Nov. 15, 1900. sec 11, tp 36 8, r 3 w, and riparian Tight
For the first year of organization ihe school—also, six Sunday schools in dif
Sold by H. 8. E vans .
They interviewed scores of the cured and for ditch and dam for 10,000 inches
Mr. Butler Heltijan will have charge association is offering $925 in purses and ferent parts of the valley: the Clinton
tried it out on its merits hy putting over water, $1.
of The Ashland Meat Market Co’s order as they have a fine track the races Butte Sunday school, on the Clinton do
Thedford's Black-Draught has
three dozen cases on the treatment and
wagon and guarantees prompt delivery. promise to be excellent.
nation land claim now owned by the
doctors’ bills for more than
J. C. WHIPP.
F. L. WRIGHT
watching them. They al6o got physici lots 1, 5 and 6, blk 2, Pracht’s addition,
Hanleys, being the first established in
For the common fam
ans to name chronic, incurable cases, Ashland, $800.
oats from the Bybee farm, situated on Monday. He will leave today for the
ily ailments, such as constipation,
ami administered it with the physicians
indigestion, hard colds, bowel com
J H Russell to Ann H Russell; 1.35 iogue river. Mr. Bybee offers $100 for Deschutes cquntry where he has a con All this is but a small part of the very
for judges. Up to Aug. 25, eiahty-seven acres
interesting things told by the speaker of
chills and fever, bilious
eper ent of the test cases were either
those early days. After the services the
and other like
well or progressing favorably.
Albert Walker, one of the leading congregation came forward to greet the
complaints no other medicine is
tp 38 s, r 3 w, $25000.
I - You want to wear one of Vaupel, stockmen
There being but thirteen per cent of I 1 No J 40,
necessary. It invigorates and reg
A Mushet to A W Sturgess; same, $1. 1 Norris & Drake’s ruffs when you attend in town Sunday night and has been venerable minister and his wife. Mon
failures, the parties were well satisfied
day was spent in renewing old acquaint
Ashland, Oregon, Corner Second and Main.
ulates the liver, assists digestion,
to W Duff; .32 acres, the theatre.
and closed ths transaction. The pro tp S 38 G s, Netherland
visiting with his friends in town for the ances and revisiting old scenes. In ti e
ceedings of the investigating committee
evening an informal reception took place
purifies the blood, and purges the
At Susanville, Cal., on September 10, past week.
T Richards’ to J Taylor & Sons; lot
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK
and the clinical reports of the test cases 3, G blk
at the residence of Mrs. McDonough.
bowels of foul accumulations. It
were published and will be mailed free
cures liver complaint, indigestion,,
MARBLE, GRANITE, IRON FENCING and
Mary E Bolle to J A Julien; el of nwj Homes, to Miss Libbie Pendleton. The ples of the choice variety of peaches he Mr. and Mrs. Royal left Tuesday for
on application. Address J ohn J. F ulton ‘ and
their home in Salem. Rev. T, F. Royal’s
sour stomach, dizziness, chills,
CONTRACTING in STONE WORK
C ompany , 420 Montgomery St. San Fran
rheumatic pains, sideache, back
J A Jaggi to J A Julien; 160 acres tp and a sister of J. C. Pendleton and Mrs. Falls. They are early Crawfords, are name will never be forgotten, both in
ache, kidnev troubles, constipation,
large, luscious and free from defects. the early religious and educational his
34 s, r 2 w, $500.
N. C. Gunn.
diarrhoea, biliousness, piles, hard
Lavina J Russell to Mary J Swindon;
T>iey are superior in quality and size to tory of Oregon.
colds and headache. Every drug
6.8 acres, tp 37, r 3 w, $400.
for this eeason. His machine, in pfeaches raised west of the mountains. TEMPERANCE QUESTION AT McMlNNVILLE.
gist has Thedford’s Black- Draught
Elizabeth Lofftus heirs to E H Lofftus; a waak
Yun of thirty-eight days, threshed WHILE THERE IS LIFE THERE IS
in 25 cent packages and in mam
lot 4, blk 9, Ashland, $2000.
moth size for 8100. Never accept
President of College and Principal of
I H H Johnson to G W Syron; part of I 52,000 bushels of grain.
a substitute. Insist on having the
Soother of Pain, for all paip. Pre-
Enoch Walker place, $1100.
School Go Before Council With Charges
original made by the Chattanooga
I was afflicted with catarrh: could nei
J F Hall to L N Best; el nwj, nJ sw}, ; pared and sold by Wilmer M. Poley &
ther taste nor smell and could hear bat
Co., druggists; Ashland.
sec 22, tp 35, r 3
little Ely’s Cream Balm cured it. Mar
I believe Thedford’s Black-Draught
W L Colvig heits to M N Colvig; land
Clyde Payne has returned to Eugene cus G. Shautz, Rahway, N. J.
is the best medicine on earth. If is
resume his studies at the state un Cream Balm reached me safely and the
----- and Sharpen them-----
McMinnville, Oct. 12.—The Temper
good for any and everything. I have
E D Briggs to W A Patrick; 11,250 sq to
iversity. This wss pleasing news to the effect is surprising. My son says the ance Alliance promises to make life in
a family of twelve Yhiidren, and for
ft, Ashland, $250.
footballists there and his picture and first application gave decided relief. teresting for both the saloons and the
four years I have kept them on foot
the announcement were in the Oregon Respectfully, Mrs. Franklin Freeman, members of the city council. The pres
...Sewing .Machines Repaired...
Everything usually found in an “Up-to-Date” Furniture Store
and healthy with no doctor but Black. 1
One or Life’s Pleasures.
ident of the Alliance has been collecting
Draught A. J. GREEN, lllewara, La. j
Dover, N. H.
and at right prices.
Saw Filing a Specialty.
, There is nothing in life more enjoyable
The Balm does not irritate or cause evidence against the saloons, as it is an
Unique wall paper, up-to-date esigns,
ami at the
Aiime time »0
-o beneficial to
sneezing. Sold bv druggists at 50 cts. or open secret that the saloons have been
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
both mind and body, as traveling.
All Our Work Guaranteed
mailed by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren St., keeping open on Sundays and selling
A modern railway journey, intelligent-; Harth and Rvan, who own a good New York.
liquor to minors. The city ordinance
ly taken, tends to prolong life, breaks piece of quartz ground on Schiefflin
provides that if any saloonkeeper shall
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
You will sa ve money
the monotony of existence and acts as a Gulch opposite Woodville, in driving $1OO CASH PK1ZE FOR A N a ME sell liquor to a minor or keep open on
by getting our prices.
United States Land Office,
panacea for dull care, by taking, us out their lower tunnel cross-cut the ledge
Sunday his license shall be revoked for
Jacksonville. Oregon, Sept. 26, 1902.
of the well worn channels of worldly and ' showing a 24-inch vein of $100 rock.
Noth« is hereby given that incompliance
We bave a Full Line of.
to be placed in service Novem one
' They expect on further development California
Professor Rutherford, the president of with the provisions of the Act of Con
Before starting upon a trip, whether ' that the ledge will show a stronger body
Alliance, having collected his evi gress of J une 3rd, 1878, entitled “An act for
and Southern Pacific Company, via the the
on business or recreation, it is well to i of high grade ore.
before the conncil last the sale of timber lands in the states of
El Paso Short Line. The competition Tuesday, went
inquire aud investigate the various j
with President California. Oregon, Nevada and Washing-
Blue print maps of any township in is open to the public and conditions in Boardman, and submitted it. The coun ten Territory,” as extended to all of the
AT BOTTOM PRICES
land states by act of August 4,1892,
Worth of 80 Pound Steel Rails, 50 New Locomotives
best inducements in the way of comfort Roseburg Oregon Land District, showing volve no fees of any kind. For circular cilmen sat dumb and the mayor finally public
Anna. M. Zacharias of Jackson county,
Give us a call
Sebastian, Passenger Traffic
ise in selecting you want any information from the U. S. bebastian,
traffic Manager. ’ j ident Boardman and Professor Ruther- of Medford, of said state, has this day filed
¡st or business man is wise
and 55 New Coaohes, Chair Cars, Dining and Cafe
and be convinced.
in 0 s journey
in this office her sworn statement, No.
the Rio Grande Lines in
to Lund Office» address, . T itle G uarantee Rock Island System, Chicago.
_4 ford were compelled to leave.
aud from the east, as it offers every & L oan Co., Roseburg, Oregon,
From personal interviews, it is learned 6 and ne’4 of ne'A. sec 7, nj< of nw£ sec
Cars is the record of the
. . .
Councilmen Harding, Newell, Rum 8, in township No 32 s, range No. 2 e, ana
M BICYCLE MEN. all classes of travel, withan array of' J. Pierpont Morgan Is about to iden
mel and Burns are men of duty, and if will oner proof to show that the land
they can be convinced that it is their sought is more valuable for its timber or
Opposite Second Hand Store, Ash- scenic attractions unsui passed in the tify himself with the oil business In
duty to revoke the licenses of the saloons, stone than for agricultural purposes, and
world. Castle Gate, the Canyon of the California. In company with wealthy
Grand, Marshall Pass, Tennessee Pass associates, among whom are the La
they will do so. Councilman Gee wants to establish her claim to said land before
and the world renowned Royal Gorge Shells, he proposes to have a share in
to reform the saloonkeepers by giving the County Clerk of Jackson county, Ore
at Jacksonville, Oregon, on Wednes
are but few of these attractions seen the handling of the crude product of
.them another show, and Councilman gon,
the 17th day of December, 1902. She
this state. On October 12, or a few
during the past year, making it the most modern and up to date
from the car windows.
hJones wants to let them alone so long as day,
names as witnesses: Eugene Btole of
Three fast trains daily between Og- da>s later- gangs of surveyors will be
the ealoons pay their revenue,
railroad in tho country. Travel over it and enjoy the fineet uip
Trail, Oregon; 8am Geary of Trail.
den and Denver.
put ,nt0 1,16 held and
run hues to
Four or five saloons are sqid to have Oregon; Nathan Tuttle of Medford. Ore
ment on earth. C. 8. CRANE, Gen. Pass. Agt., 8t. Louis, Mo. ROSS
Pullman Palace and Ordinary Sleep- the ocean from the Coalinga. McKP-
been found open on Sunday and selling gon; Mark Applegate of Trail, Oregon.
0. CLINE, Pac. Coast Pass. Agt., Los Angeles, Cal.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
iug cars on all trains to Denver, Omaha, trick, ®un^fet’ Midway and Kern rizer
liquor to minors, and the other, it is
the most feaslblo
Kansas City, Chicago and St. Louis ”
'J to determine
said, was caught selling to a minor next the above described lands are requested to
file their claims in this office on or before
j route by which to transport oil to tide
The charter does not provide any oth- said 17th day of J. December.
AVE IN STOCK 2000 Newtown Pip
A perfect Dining car service. Agents water. The surveys will run over tho
T. BRIDGES, Register.
pin» and Spitsenberge. One Hun throughout the Northwest can sell tick
g the ordinance shall be punished:
dred Cou Doynne du Comice winter ets via this route. For rates, maps and i also will go down the San Joaquin
ne Alliance intends to proceed against
full information or for copy of beautiful valley parallel with the line of the
ie saloons, and also against the mem-
booklet. “With Nature in Colorado,” Standard. On that data so gathered .
WHERtÏLL ELS e T w ÌS. ” cn
*rs of the council, should they refuse
write to or call on W. C McBRIDE, will depend the location of the ntna
EJ Beet Cough Syrup. Tastes uood. Use cz
revoke the licenses of the offenders.
Inuma. Sold by drngglsts. ____ -4
Gen’l Agent or M. J. ROCHE, Traveling
Foley’s Honey and Tar cures cough»1
Ccity election is near at hand, the
Full Line of Nursery Stock— Passenger Agent, 124 Third Stree, Port and
colds and prevents jmeumonia.
promises to be very interesting.
Take no «ubetituter—T. K. Bolton.
all Oregon Grown,
Rubber ** Goods
Combination « Ulater * Bottles
Hnd « Fountain ♦ Syringes
THE SURE WAY
° THE GREAT
F amily M edicine
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JUPLM & WARNER
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