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Mrs. C. L. Ream« •» returned from Cole-
stin Tuesday, where she had Ixen enjoy
ing a week's outing at that pleasant re
Miss Cora Basye is home from a
month's visit at the home of her grand
mother, Mrs. W. H. Basve, at Missouri
T. 11. Brown, who is caring for his
nephew's, T. C. Norris, store while the
latter is out in the country on some real
estate deals, drove out to his home in up
per Sams Valles Sail rdas and return» d
Sunday. Mr. Hro.ui rejorts crup» on
his farm looking well, even growing in
what is the dryest season Southern Ore
gon has known for over 20 years. His
corn he says is as high as his head, of
dark green color and gives promise of a
We can fill orders promptly for
fruit boxes in any quantity from
one hundred boxes to a carload.
Made from best quality seasoned
Jacksonville will soon have a ti rst-
I class stock ot harness and it will lx «ohi
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Williamson ami at a price that will met t all comjx-titors
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Myers expect to in that trade. T. C. Norns, heretofore
leave next Tuesday for Crater Lake ami i carrying a small line of harness, has
Klamath Lake to l>e gone about two placed an order that will arrive in alx>ut
weeks on a camping trip.
a month fora full line ot everything in
Dr. R. G. Gale went to Colestin Tues the harness, whip and saddle line.
day and remained over until Wednesday
at that noted mountain resort when he is getting in a big assortment of house
returned home in company with Mrs. hold goods and he can now supply a
Retail and wholesale, rough or
Gale, who hail lx-en spending a week at house with anything for the kitchen, the
bcdrtxmi and the (strlor. In secondhand
dressed. Shipments made tc any
goods he has bargains.
Mrs. H. Snooks, wife of Contractor II.
Snooks, who is building Jacksonville’s
part of the United States.
tine brick school house, came Wednesday ows without extra charge at C. W. Conk
from her home at Salem, accompanied lin’s.
Clarence Hafer, who with his brother
by her little boy and girl, to spend a tew
are managers of the Iowa Lumber Co.’s
days with Mr. Snooks.
Saw Mill, Planing Mill and Box Factory,
plant at this place, got Kick Sundav eve
Mr. ami Mrs. J. F. Crump spent Mon ning from his home at Council Bluffs.
day night in Jacksonville guests of Coun Mr. Hafer went by way of the Southern I
ty Clerk ami Mrs. John S. Orth. Mrs. Pacific
.. — making
__ -■ ig a a stop
Crump is a sister of Mrs. Orth. Mr. ami cisco. Salt Lake ami Denver and hi* re
Mrs. Crump reside on Little Applegate, turn was made by the same route.
where Mr. Crump has a tine ranch and is Hafer states that business of all kinds is
extensively engaged in raising stock.
good in the East and that much building
Camp stoves and utensils for camping is being done and the lutnlxr trade
brisk. The weather was hot ami the
nights very uncomfortable and Mr. Hafer
Evervlody prospers who comes to was glad to get back to the land of c<x>l
Jacksonville in proof of which Mr. and nights and comfortable days.
Mrs. Chas Brown who recently moved;
Prosjx-ctors, campers, timberland cruis
to town from Sams Valley have two title
No matter how dirty we can dean them.
will find our stock of staple and
boys who came to tln ir home Tuesday
and the little fellows are growing as only ■ fancy gnx-eries qu te complete, and
pair* and press your clothing ill the latest style. I.adleu
Jacksonville babies grow and soon the prices always the low est at Nunan-Taylor
skirts ami jackets made to l«»ok like new. We call lor
spnghtlv lads will be added to the work Co.’s, Jacksonville.
and deliver promptly.
\V. R. Stansell left Tuesday for the
ing force of the coming town of Southern
East to lx gone two weeks on a business
i trip in connection with a big timber deal
i he has on hand. Mr. Stansell is the
i Oregon manager for a syndicate of Ohio
J. R. LucKy 21 Geo. Bingenheimer, ASHLAND
and Kentucky capitalists, who have a
I body of timber of several thousand acres,
J.ickfionvilhi Agency at Learned’» Ben» Gonloctionery
all fine timber land on Foots criek. Mr.
Stansell's company has decided to put in
J a large sawmill on Foots creek about
seven miles northwest of Jacksonville and
i a railroad to connect with the South-
ern Pacific at a point near Woodville.
The mill has a capacity of 00,000 feet jxr
' day ami work will lx begun upon it about
the middle of September is the present
I jdan of Mr. Stansell.
Rigs on short notice for timber cruisers, com
»Steam . . .
Canned Goods of every kind
fresh and first-class stock
Groceries and Provisions
best quality and lowest price
Men’s Outinq Suits. Shoes
and a complete line of
General Merchandise Store
Racycles, Ramblers and
other standard bicycles.
Union Livery »Stables
Phil Metachan, Jr., proprietor of the
Palace H< tel at Heppner, arrived in
I Jacksonville Saturday and remained un- i
til Tuesday when he in company with
his wife, who had been here for the past
three weeks left tor their home. Mr.
Metschan states that Heppner is sjxe lilv
recovering from the cloudburst disaster
and that many buildings are lx-ing put
up to take the place of those washed a-,
wav. As to business conditions he states
that it is Ixtter than for last summer. Mr. I
Metschan's hotel is one of the finest in
Eastern Oregon ami the building was
not injured by the flood blit the furnish
ings on the lower floor were totally ruin
ed. He now has it fully refurnished and
is doing a very profitable business.
The Antioch school district from hav
ing an old, ill-appearing school building
will soon have one of the handsomest
and best furnished houses in the county.
The present building which is 2Hx42 fret
is being covered with rustic ami new
windows and doors are Ixing put in and
a new floor laid. When this is finished
the building will lx m-atly painted and i
the yard put in trim shajx. It is intend- i
tn to have school start next month, but i
as yet no teacher has lx-en engaged. The
lx>ard which is composed of T. H. Brown
Jesse Richardson and George Stacey, is
fully alive to the interests of their dis
trict and to their public spirit in taking
the lead is due much of the credit in this
district in keeping up with the march of
progress that is now on in Jackson
Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by Cham
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and Perhaps a Life Saved.
mercial men, mining men, sawmill men, all
kinds of men or parties. Horses fed at rea-
son able rates.
Geo. N. Lewis, Prop.,
W hite & T rowbrioce
THE BIG LAND AGENTS
MEDFORD. - OREGON
It e have the largest and best list in Southern Oregon ot
Fruit, Alfalfa, Dairy nnd Stock Lauds, Timber Lands,
Mining Bargains and Town Property.
Sewing Machines. Lime, Cement
wool and mohair.
Repairs made to bicycles
sewing machines, guns
and all kinds of small
Al.I. KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
:: WHOLESALE and RET AIL ::
Special attention given to orders from a distance for
Mining Camps and Mills. Meats shipped promptIv and in
fìrst-class condii ion.
“A short time ago I was taken with a
violent attack of diarrhoea and Ixlieve I
would have died if 1 had not gotten re
lief.” says John J. Patton, a leading
citizen of Patton, Ala. “A friend recoin-1
mended Chamberlain's Cholera and!
Diarrhoea Remedy. I bought a twenty- i
five cent bottle and after taking three
doses of it was entirely cured.
sider it the best remedy in the world
for bowel complaints. For sale by City
OREGON Drug Store.