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tra*. gulch, is going to have it thoroughly
developed ami Wednesday A E. Graham
ami I). D. Goode came down from \sh-
Miss Maude Prim returned Molality land and went to the mine. Tliev took
from Ruch where she was a guest tor w ith them two (Mick horse loads of pro-
visions, tools and powder ami tin v w ill
several days of Miss Amelia Ray.
put in the winter riming drifts and pros-
Wallace Woods, who is manager of peeling the ledge The men are loth
the Medford 1.unifier Yard, was in Jack- nrstdass miners and iliev will demon
ville Monday on business in connection strate th< value of the num- which has a
We can fill orders promptly for
with his yard.
good surface showing.
Iruit boxes in any quantity from
Win. M Colvig. overseer in tile Ml-
All the latest magazines ami periodi
cals at the City Drug Store.
pre me lodge A. <> I’. W. , of the United
one hundred boxes to a carload.
States, . return«*«! ' ‘ last Sunday
. from a trip
Mrs. J. A. Whitman was in Jacksonville
to t! e Puget Sound country in the inter
Made from best quality seasoned
Monday selling tickets for an entertain
e'ts <1 the order. Mr. Colvig stalls tile
ment that the Eastern Stars of Mcdf. rd WOrknien I* dgvs of lioth Washihgton and
are to give this Saturday evening at the British Columbia are in a healthy condi
opera house. She fouud the Jacksonville tion ami the im mla-rs are planning a win
people liberal patrons, sue dis|x>sing of ter campaign to increase their mem lx r
ship. Of the larger cities visited Mr.
Miss Josephine Donnegan closed a fall Colvig found Victoria a chan model resi
term of school last week at Rock Point lience city with a prosperous apjienranee,
and is now at her home tn Jacks •nville. but not up to the* Atmriean standard in
Retail and wholesale, rough or
Miss Ikmnegan is credited by her pa push. Vancouver which is the Western
trons with conducting a successful terminus of the Canadian Pa *ific is a
dressed. Shipments made tc any
school and should she desire it can secure grow ing bustling citv quite like S< attic
part of the United Stacs.
this sc .Tool again for the next term or Tacoma. Seattle he dec! <r»-s to la- the
dirtiest city he whs in on his trip, but it
which will f«e held next spring.
is n great busim ss center and growing
The O<ld Fellows had a rally at <■<»!<! very rapidly. Tacoma in >rc nearly ui l
Hill Thursday evening the occasi« n tar Mr. Calvig’s standard <>f a < It an prosper
Saw Mill. Planing
ing work in the Encampment, th- two ous town. He was favored bv the worst
novices put through being Supt. P H. and la-st effort- of the weather while in
Daily and George Fisher. Jacksonville the north.
The day lie crossed the
was .vpresented by George Lewis, Judge S >uud from S* ittlc to Victoria was as
Dav. Chas. Basve and Marvin Taylor and bright and dear as a Southern Oregon
they give a fine compliment to Gohl day of sunshine.
Hill brethren for their hospitality ami
fur their interest in their lodge work.
Nstiland Normal Notes.
The new students this week are Bertha
Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Simmons, lately
from Colorado and who recently con Henry, Portland; Herman Anderson.
ducted a restaurant at Medtord h ive Me«lford; Mabel Siimns, Ashland.
rented the Central Point hotel and will ; Julie Rodschon, recently married to
take charge of it this week
Mr. and Frank C. High of Picard. California, is
Mrs. Simmons are practical hotel | eopa- a graduate of the Norm «1. She was val-
and will do their best to give Central edictoiiall of the class of ••.IS.
Tile beM stock ever brought to Med
Point a hotel the equal of any hotel in
Miss Ella Parks, a former student
both table service .«nd room accommoda the Normal, is teaching this war
ford and the cheapest to be had in
tions of any hotel in Jacksun county.
Jackson County for the quality is at
Calcutta wheat bags, barley or oat bags.
Miss l.ou Grubb, a lncinlier of last
Shaw-sheen linen bag twine. in lots to suit. year’s class ami a grade teach« r this year
in the Gr ints Pass schools, isat her home
W. E. Case, who last spring traded his in Ashland this week and sick. Her
farm in Sams Valley to Prof. N. L Nam - place is Ix ing supplied teni]x>r.irily.
The Pioneer hardware Dealer.
Prof. Cochran of Medford visited
gan for his residence on WestTw« lfth St
three blocks south of the Medford school school Tuesday.
house, has sold the property, which con
The class which recently J» issed «>ut of
sists of a fine two story resilience and physiology will now begin the study of
haif a block of ground to A. A. Davis, of anatomy.
the Medford flouring mills, for £1400. the
The teachers’ review class h is la-gun
sale being made by White & Trowbridge. the study of the state course in connec
Linn Purdin who was one of the ef- I tion with White’s Art of Teaching.
ficient clerks in the Medford postoffice
School will close on Dec. I k for the
for the past year and w ho resigned in holidays.
Septemixrr to take up theatrical work. In
The students are pleased with tlv- new
entering the Clement-Keefer Company dictionaries, Webster's, Worcester’s, and
has mad'- rapid strides in his new voca- ; the Standard.
Anything in the Hardware Line.
tion for he is now secretary ami treasur- I
eroftjie company and he his lately! The student teacher» are not only
Mail Orders Promptly Filled
taken some of the leading roles in plays learning the art of teaching in the tram
given by his company. His company ing school, but also in the Bellview
was in Salt Lake last week and had big public school, one half mile east of the
houses in that city. Linn has many Normal. Two each week assist Miss
friends in Jacksonville who are glad to" M'xjre in this school.
know of his success and who > hope tn
Circuit Court Jurymen.
he may become a stage star of tlie first
is the Venire of th«
jurvmen summoned to appear la for< the
I). J. S. Pearce and his son Floyd Circuit Court. Monday, Ilectmls r lltli:
were in Jacksonville Saturday from Poor
C C Charlev, Eagle Point, farmer.
man creek for a load of supplies and to
S A Carlton.
deposit in the bank a lot of gold from
M I. Hartley, Poo Bah,
their mine. They have been piping for
C M Poley, Ashland, Real Estat«- Il’lfr.
th«.- past two weeks and this gold was
S W McClendon. Gold Hill, capitalist
Hr have the largest and best list in Southern Oregon 01
gathered at random off the bedrock, they
E E Phipps. Ashland, merchant.
Alfalfa. Dairy and Stock Lands, Timber Lands,
making no effort at a cleanup.
A S Payne,
Pearce ami his sons have a No. 3 giant
W R Kincaid,r Barron, farmer.
Mining Bargains and Town Property.
and this fall thev moved it from the
A Schultz, Poo Bah,
main channel where they- operated last
J W Cox, Medford, stockman.
winter to a side gulch where they com
If F Ruser, Ashland, f irmer.
menced piping over two weeks ago.
Sewing Machines, Lime, Cement and Shingles
They have a g<xxl head of water but only
A Learned. Jacksonville, ••
hive 30 feet pressure, but as the earth is
Polk Hull. Meadows, farmer.
easily handled they are having good suc
F A Bliss, Medford, f inner.
cess piping and are handling some very
J G Hodges, Medford, farmer.
A Gilson, Sterling, miner.
W F Towne, Phoenix, capitalist.
40 inch mount vernon draper duck, j
R D Purvis, Talent, farmer
wagon cover duck. 50 inch black enamel
II E Boyden, Medford, hardware.
carriage duck for sale at Nunan-Taylor
S R Coffman, I’nion, farmer.
II L Gregory, Mound, farmer.
A. T. Fetter, lately from the East, has
A C Stanley, Gold Hill, farmer.
assumed control of the (»old Hill News
HENRY W. ORTH, PROP
J Nunan, Jacksonville, merchant.
and makes his announcement in the News
J W Jacobs, Central Point, stone cutter.
of this week, and the pap« r this quick
H H Taylor, Roxy, farmer.
shows the ear marks of a practical news
Horace Pelton, Sams Valley, farmer.
ALL KINDS OE FRESH MEATS
paper man's work on it. R. A. Carter,
R H Hallev. Medford, lodging house.
the former publisher, has bought the HO
J K Bell, Eagle Point, merchant.
:: WHOLESALE and RETAIL ::
acre Hoskins ranch on Sardine vulch and
W M Kirby, Talent, farmer.
will go to farming.
A B Saltmarsh, Sterling, farmer.
L. B. Chase of Ashland, who bought
A Frightened Horse,
the Italian Dick quartz claim on Can-
Special attention given to orders from a distance for
Running like mad down the street
Mining Camps and Mills. Meats shipped promptly and in
dumping the occupants, or a hundred
first-class condit ion.
Undigested food and gas in the stom other accidents, are every <lav occur
ach, located just below the heart, presses rences. It liehooves everybody to have
against it and causes heart palpitation. a reliable salve handy and there’s none
When your heart troubles you in that as good as Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
way take Herbine for a few davs. You i Burns, Cuts, Sores Eczema and Piles dis
will soon be all right. 50c, Sold by City- appearing quickly under its soothing ef
I fect. 25c, at Drug Store.
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