Negligee Niceties For comfortable sum mer wear the Negligee Shirt beats ’em all. Ours are TOCCERY SOCKS ARE FOOT CLADNESS Superior in FABRICK FIT AND FINISH! The TOGGERY Kbout Woodville. Vance Colvig is visiting relatives in W ihh I vi II c anil vicinity. Mr. Moyer anil family have moved in to tin- house lately vacated by G. W. I.anee. lid Clark, who has b«cn working on a drill on Kanes creek, bruised his foot se verly on Saturday and has returned home. A large quantity of ore 1* lx itig hauled tn the Braden mill from the Ryaii-Harth mine on SehiclHein gulch. Work began this weak. Mrs C. S. Hirtlst ye ami grandson Geo. were call« <1 to Ashland Sundae by the illness of Mrs. Birdseye's grand-d.iught er Anna Birdseye. Work on the dredger dam on Foots creek has been su*|>ended for a few day» till a plow, which will arrive in i »hort time, arrives at which time grad ing will IlCglll. Mrs. <). 1‘. Randall, whose health fot the past several month» ha» been vert poor, has gone to Lakeview for a change of climate. Slit wa» accompmieil bv her daughter, Mr». Rena Whipple, who will remain a few weeks. Services were conducted Sunday morning by Rev. Joel Milton at Wood ville and in the aftermxm at 3 o'clock by Rev. Connell of Grants Pa»». Rev Connell will] reach every Sunday at 3 p. tn. for an indefinite length of time. Harlan Swagertv and hi» brother-in- law. George Hamilton, who recently completed the contract of delivering the brick fi r the Jack" nville school house, have moved to Woodville ami are now engaged in hauling lumber from the Smith mill on Evans creek to the Wood ville depot. Chris Ulrich Manufacturer <>i CORN and MEAL GRAHAM Each made of the best selected grain and guaranteed the purest on the market Dealer in SASH, DOORS and (¡LASS Ground Barley, Cracked Wheat and Other Feed. <_________________________________ J MATT CALHOUN Real listate Dealer. PHOENIX, - - - OREGON I have in my hands at the present time a latge num Working Sight and i)<iv. ber of Bargain* in FARM, ER I’IT ami GARDEN W. F. ISAACS ■ MEDFORD The busiest an« 1 mightiest little thing LANDS, and TOW N PROPERTY, of which the that ever wa» made is Dr. King'» New Phone Main 553. Life Pills. These pills change weakness following is a partial list. into strength, listlessiiess into energy, Palm-Bodge Block brain-fag into mental power. They're $<». i No 26 11 \____________________________ 7 wonderful in building up the health. R*>gu<- River Ixittotn land, .«11 fenced, •iox12o feet each. Only 25c jxr box. Sold bv City Drug g<xxl house, barn and other budding». No. 30 Is a« re» will improve«!, lions«, TIMBER LAND AC 1 JUNE 1*7' NOTICE Store. barn ami other out biiihliiign, on« half l he balance, alx«ut 2->O acres, g>xxi for FOR PUBLICATION’. timlx-r and posture. Tin» place is »it- m voting orchar«!; near PI kh - iiix . The Klamath Like Navigation t'nited States I.an<I office uate«l <<n Rogue River, near town. $1200. Roseburg. Oregon June 17 l'*f. coinpinv of Klamath Fall», ha» id« d The laml is of fine- quality. Price ix-r N<>. <1 Notice i* hereby given that in compliance with it» articles of incoqxaration with the the . rovisioiis of the act ot Congress of June $2 5 from railroa«!, level laml. g«xx| soil, 15 of state at Sahin. The 1*7» entitled An Act for the sale of Tirnlier Secretary No. 2 I» a tract of 152<> acr< ill fen acr< s ch art <1 .«ml fcnce«l, 2«’> a« ie» m Land'tn the state* of California Oregon Neva capital stock i» <10.iMio and the incor 12i*> acre* g'xxl alfalfa land, a stream pisttire, remainder easily- clear« «1. da and Washington Territory as extended to porators are S. V. Short, G. 11. all the public land sales by act ot August I !*'•-’ running through it of 150 miner*' Dwelling lions« well finished. Cost «»v- Woodbury and E. E. f ’ pmyer. The Andrew V. Rock, of Jackson County, state of Or inch« * of water with which the whole er Ik.«ring <>r«har«l, tin«- will egon and a resident of the town of Applegate of company is prejiariiig to ply gasoline 120«• acres can lx- irrigated. Th«- other ami springs, is sub-irr:gat< <1, ami can said State, ha« tht« day filed in thi« office hi« launches on the Klamath lakes, sworn statement No -Al for the purchase of the 320 acres is high« r ground, which is lx made one of th«- l»-»t »mall fat in» of SW‘4 of the NW* 1, of section No. » in Tow nship and the boats are ex|xcte<l here with well situated for reservoir» ami feed Ja« ks«m county. Isowne«l bv a non No. 'I South Range No. I West and will offer in a few «lay*.—Klamath Falls Re grounds. This tract is situated in resident who will g ye a bargain in or proof to show that the land sought is more valu publican. able for its timtier or stone than for agricultural Klamath comity, about 20 mile» from der to sell <|tn< k. purpose« and to establish hi» claim to «aid land Highest market price in cash paid for Klamath Falls, a county road running No. 33 15*2 a«Tcs, all III cultivation, before the Couuty Clerk of Jackson County. Ore wool. We have wool Lag», fleece twine, bv it and .« railroad now w ithin alx»ut house, barn, etc., n« ar Fin* nix. will gon at Jacksonville Oregon, on Saturday, the sheep dip for sale. Nunan. Jacksonville. •".‘th day of August ISW3. 50 miles ami building rapidly towards lx- sold all together or <livl«ted. He names as witnesses it ami is certain to pass m ar bv it, or No. 34. 1200 acre» all improve«!. Henry Kubli was a Monday evening Janies W Mee of Applegate Oregon George cross it in the near future. A g«»«xl Fin«- Ixittotn laml, Rogiu- Riv«r run A Culey of Applegate Oregon Walter Miller visitor to Jacksonville coni ng over from of Applegate. Oregon. Fritz Ruch, of Applegate his Applegate ranch for a repair to hi» firm house and barn and corrals on ning through it; 500 at res under irriga Oregon the place. < Inc of the >x-st bargains in tioii and balanct easily wat< red. (bod Mr. Kubli has om- of Any and all persons claiming adversely the mowing machine. all Southern Oregon. Price per a< re buildings ami «»th« r improv« in« nts, »ix aliove descrilied lands are requested to file their the big alfalfa mea«lows of the Apple claims in this office on or liefore said -“‘th day of gate and unlimited quantities of water $10. mile» from railroad, near ]H«stoifi<>- ami Augu«t 1“ J T URlDi.l * $o. 1 House ami I lots in Phoenix. »< liool. l ine alfalfa, fruit or g.mlen for irrigation purjxases which give» a 6-26, *-2*. Register. M00 land. Is the cheajx-st laml in Jackson productiveness that makes certain three NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. county. Pric«- ]x r .«< r<- $i(J crops of hay a year. Mr. Kubli ha* al $o. 4 — 201 a< r« s of g«xxl land, all fence«l ami in cultivation. A go«*! ready harvested one crop of hay ami In No. 36 171 3 act« s of |».istnr< land on I>ej»artment of the Interior farm house ami barn. A No. 1 farm. Land Office at Roseburg Oregon June I" r.«i3 is putting up the secoml crop and in Rogue River. Will I»«- s«>l«l at a bar Notice is hereby given that the following September he will have the third crop to Near town ami railroad. Price $9,500. gain. named settler has filed notice of hi« intention to So. N —.'»*1 acres, house ami 2 barns, 12 $■>. 17 - ■ to make final proof in support of hi» claim and harvest. acres lx»ttom land, the balance, 43 ai that »aid proof will lie marie liefore Silas J Day. plow laml, all w« 11 watered by fine The semi-annual statement of State U- S Commissioner at Jacksonville Oregon on res, all g«xxl land, J^-mile from <lep>ot; crtekaml springs. I.arg«- put timhr July 27«. 19H3. viz Jacob C Knutzen Ifd No Treasurer M«x»re shows that the annual 12 acres under ditch at the h« ad of th« cultivation ami all under fen««-. Will 12.311 for the SE'« NW«» NEq SW'/». W'» SE%, apportionment of school funds on Aug 05000 Section 1H, Tp P> s R I W lx- sold in tracts to suit pur« has« ts ust 1st, will be the largest in the history He name« the following witnesses to prove his No. 9 loo acre», within four milrs of Convenient to market ami in g«xxl of the stale. The apportionment last continuous residence upon and cultivation of Medíonl; isa fine farm, well imp»rove«l m ighborhoo<L said land, viz George Culy of Steamlioat Jack year exceeded that of any previous goo«l buildings, small orchard; th«- best son county Oregon William swartzbarger of vear, but the money to lx- distributed acres, three-fourths of a Steamlioat Jackson county. Oregon Charles bargain fora farmin Jackson county. $o. 19. 2 * mile from M««lford. (rood gar«!« n Swartzliarger. of steamlioat. Jackson county this vear will lx- fully six jiercent great at n $10. Oregon William Finney of Jacksonville Jack er. The total amount of money in the laml. Go«xl Ixix house . $150 No. 10 — 23 acres all f* m e«l ami in son county. Oregon. J. T. BRIDGES. state treasury on July I. was fl,27N,137.- $<>. 40 30 n r« ». on a « r« < k aifortlmg 6-12-7-17 " Register cultivation. A house and barn, about 42, of which f717,,i‘l.'>.3H was in the irre plenty of go«xl water; good soil ami 50 fruit trees just coming into bearing. TIMBER LAND ACT JUNE ■■ 1*7* NOTICE ducible school fund ami in the common tin«- fruit laml. Three acres in alfalfa. 1 *2 miles from town. Price $1,000. FOR PUBLICATION. schrxd interest fund. A year ago the No.ll— 145 acres on Butte creek, 25 acres go«xl buildings; near good s< h<xil ami During United States Land Office Roseburg Oregon interest contained flH'.l, 11 4.H4. other advantages. JI ' hki . one-half cash in cultivation. 25 acres more to put in; May •’»th 19"3 Julv large payments of interest will be balance on time. Is a big bargain. all fenced, fair buildings, Jackson Notice i« hereby given that in compliance with made, thus swelling the amount to lx- the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3rd county, Oregon. A bargain. $o.4l. |lMH) acres of choice land sele« t 1*7*. entitled An Act for the Sale of Timlier apportioned August 1st. $«>. 12— 2G4 acres, all under fem g«xxl ed in an early day. Will lie sold in Land* in the States of California. Oregon, Mr. and S. T. Combs from Habart 5-room house, g«xxl spring, water con- tracts to suit. Wil) make a dozen or Nevada and Washington Territory a« extend ed to all the public land sales by act of August I. Oklahoma, arrive«! in Ja< ksonville Mon veve«l to house by pi|x*, 2 g«xxl barns, 21) fine farms. This is an o|»|>ortunity 1392 Charles J Nunan of Jackson county state day- « veiling on a visit with C. P. Briggs. 215 acres of choice laml in cultivation, to secure a holm- in the lx-st part of of Oregon, and a resident of the Town of Jack Mrs. Combs and Mr. Briggs are brother go«xl for all kinds of grain. 30 or 40 the Rogue River valley. sonville. of «aid State, has this day filed in tins office his sworn statement No 27o2 for the pur and sister ami it has been 20 years since acres would produce g«xxl alfalfa. This $o. 41. lo acn s of unimproved laml chase of the South-half of the South-West quarter they have met lx fore this time. Mr. is one of the best farms in the valley, Has some g«x»«1 lir, pine ami oak. Most and West f^Jhalf of South-East quarter of Sec and Mrs. Combs left Tuesday «-veiling 2S miles from Phoenix. Price px-r tion No. Iin Township No. 39 South Range No of land can be easily cleared; g«>«i«l for Gervais, Marion county, where they I west, and will offer proof to «how that the land . ................................................................... *35 soil, plenty of water; half a mile from sought is more valuable for its ti’nber ot stone attend a family reunion after which No. 14- 400 acres, G miles from Medford, school ami church. Six miles from than for agricultural purposes anti to establish they will start on their homeward trip, I a g«xxl house, 2 barns IOO acres in hi* claim to «aid land before Silas J. Day. U. s By lx «• bridge. Price |x-r acr«- . *10. Commissioner of Jackson County Oregon at going via the Sound where they will cultivation Pho« nix. Jacksonville. Oregon, on Saturday, the *th day make a stop at Everett to visit Mrs. $o.l$—13H acres on Rogue River, loo No. 45. <)y« r Mil acres of gtxxl alfalfa of August, 19B3. land; 50 acres Bear creek bottom land Briggs. wh«> is there on a visit with her acres of as g«xxl land as any man coul«l He names as witnesses: George Hoffman of with a larg«- irrigation ditch. Two Mr. Combs is treasurer of wish for. No improvements. Thirty Applegate. Jackson Co. Oregon. T. R Rock of mother. first-class lions« s, two good bari s nml Applegate, Jackson Co. Oregon; Marvin M. lav Kiowo county, Oklahoma, and his duties acres of it could be made read v for the lor of Jacksonville, Jackson Co. Oregon George are such that he can make but a brief a fine spring holts«-. Adjoining land s< II plow with 15 day s labor. I ’ rici ..$500 W Winetrout of Applegate. Jackson Co. Oregon. ing for f2*M) all acre. Pric< per act a $1 10 Piio< nix. Any anti all persons claiming adversely the stop on this Coast, but what he has'seen No. 22—House ami barn in above descril .-«I lands are requested to file their of Southern Oregon is well pleased with. 2 lots 00x120 feet. Price................. $(>50. No. 47. ( ity pnipertv. 2 acres, tin« new claims in this office on or before said *th day of He reports crops good and time_ pros house, good well ami barn. G«xxl lam! No 25— House and 3 lots in Phoenix, lots Augu«t 1903 J- T. Bridges, perous in Oklahoma. I bio« ks from « «ntral school.. . $750. 00x120 each; g«xxl lions«- well finished. 65. 5-7 Register.