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Biq Mil ky Soles.
thristmas at th«* Academt
The Sisters and the scholars of St.
H. C. Turpin, who has lieeti ill for sev
Mary Academy lteld their Christmas ex Serai weeks, is not much improved, we are
ercises Tuesday evening at the Academy sorry to say.
hall. The reason for holding it early in
E. C. Roberts uml mother spent
the week was that a number of thesehol-
week at the home of Mr.
ars were anxious to get away so as to
Mrs. J. W. Smith.
reach then homes before Christmas day
The Academy hall was prettily decorateil
Mrs. Lizzie Owens and daughters
in evergreen and the stage was bright and Virgie, wen guests of Mr. and Mr<
with evergreens and Christmas decora H. Turpin one day recently.
tions and a tree ladened with camlies,
Thomas Cingcade and w ife are happy
nuts and fruits for the little ones made
the arrival of a son, who came tn
a handsome center piece. Th«* hall was
crowded even the standing room by an their home a few day» ago.
audience of children and older persons,
Mrs. Lulu Perrv and daughter Nellie,
who throughly enjoyed the splendid pro have returned from a three week'» visit
gam rendered by those taking jxirt in the with Mr. ami Mrs. E. E. Gill, of Sam's
exercises. Those on the program Carrie«! Valley.
their parts through in tine shape. The
Our farmers have succeeded in putting
part of Santa Clause was especially well
amount of their crops liefor«*
sustained by Miss Ida Howa-d, a student
at the Academy from Bly. K am.ith coun Christmas, for which they arc duly
ty. At the close of the program Father thankful.
Murphy raffled off. the chances hiving
Mr. McCray, of the Fish Lake Ditch
been previously sold, a tine China sand Co., has returned home aft. r a several
wich set contributed by the Sternheim week's stay at the Co's, ranch; where he
& Sons. San Francisco, which was drawn has km employed in surveying for the
by Mrs. Banks of Ashland, ind also some Ditch, also the land recently purchased
lieautitul Battenburg lace patterns con by the Co.
tributed by the young ladies of St. Marvs
Harry Greogorv has rcturned to his
Academy, these being drawn bv Mrs
Easier, of Ashland. The proceeds of th< home in San Francisco after a several
lace patterns went to th«* Ashland church months stay <>n Big Sticky. Harry is a
and those of the sandwich set to th< promising lad. and carries with him the
best wishes <>f the many friends he made
The Literary and musical program wliiie here.
was as follows:
Arthur Smith, son of Mr and Mrs. J.
Action song. Schoolroom Exercises’*..............
W. Smith, of this place has returned
....................................................... ..........By the Minims home for a short visit after an absence of
Piano trio. Birdie's Welcome '......... .....
He will soon
Maud Newbury Iaiura Neuber. Amelia L'llman nine years in Eastern Ore.
leave for British Columbia where he
THE HOLY NIGHT.
pects to engage in stock raising.
A Christmas Idyl in two acts
Peggy, a child ot the street» Miss Bessie Clough
Trixy, a frolicsome colored waif with a noble
heart .................. ........................... Mis» Irene plotner
Mother Marby, Peggy's supposed parent ...
Miss Am brosine Murphy
Miss Belle, of the village school ...........
....................... Mi»» M.iri Gold Ka lt-,rd
Mamie Marigold, generous to a fault ...........
.............................................. ....... Miss Cordelia Reuter
Pupils of the Village School. Katie. Lizzie.
Annie. May. Ella, Maggie..................................
......... ................. Chonis of School Girls anil Angels
Violin and piano—Selections from Tann
häuserI.eon Hanna Frances Donegan
Piano duet. In the Arena ' march
........ Misses France. Donegan and Delia Reuter
Santa Claus arrival .................... ................. ....
Distribution of Christmas Goodie*
To give all an oppor
tunity to examine our
very complete line of
Christmas goods this
store will he kept open
evenings until Xmas
Mountain district school closed Thurs
Christmas tree Thursday night. All
Chas Carter has moved his family to
Howard Rodger« and Monroe Brown
went to Medford, Monday.
W. C. Chapman shipfied his last lot of
turkeys Monday. A. D. Houston ship
A st vial school meeting was held at
Antioch school house Sittirlce the I'.i h
at which a five mill tax was levied for
the purpose of finishing the repair already
begun and if sufficient funds arc secured
the house will also recieve new seats.
There are seve’al of the
A »tire »ign of appi •aclung revolt and
farmer« putting out new orcli ird- tins
tall. Harry Carlton is setting out about ■wrious tr>>uble ut tour system 1« ner
one thoiis-iml tree», |irtnci|Mlly Newton* VOUSlIess sleeplcsslless or stolll.icil UpM*t»
Electric Bitter» wtll qui kit distili mix r
thè troublcsoine emise». It nrur fai!»
The infant son of Mr. am! Mr» R. to torte thè stolli u h r< glllate thè Kld
Combest, <>f Brow till->r i, div<l last Thurs lieve and Bowvl», »tiimilate thè liver nini
<lay ami w.«» buried the following «lay at cl-infv lite I i I cmm I
Ritti down se stelli»
th«* Brownlxiro cem -ter-,-. The parent»
benefit |Kirticul.irlv and all thè usuai at
have th<- sympathy of the community hi t< nding ache» vanish und- r it» »« «rchiiijr
Mr. and Mrs. .J.
Bran tuer, ot
and thorough eff«-ctivenc«» Electric Hit
gate were in J Jacksonville Wednesday.
We hear it rumored that G B Brown ter» t» itilv .Mie, und th it i» r«-turne«l if it
having come over for a load of supplies.
one of BrownlMjro»’ energetic young stock doii't giv perfeet »atiafaction Guarnì* ed
men and farmers and Miss M il>el H< II. by l’ruggini
Frank Roberts, a leading farmer of
second daughter of Mr. ami Mrs J. K
Big Sticky, residing on the Medford-
Bell were married on Wednesday even
Eagle Point road, was in Jacksonville
ever tn Jackson
Wednesday. Accompanying him was
Eaqle Point letms,
We wish them a long life and u happy ville. Hand made and factory made.
his sister. .Mrs. J,nlu Perry, a successful
S. A. Carlton was here Sunday Htl<l one in their new venture.
The Model, Max Muller’s old stand
teacher of the county.
MVS the sick at his house art* getting
Rev Snyder will hold services at the along -ill right
Dales tu Kemembrr.
A new line of candv and nuts. Med
Methodist church Sunday morning and
Mrs. Wm. Holmes of Central Point ford Book Store.
Tuesday, Januars 12 -City election hi
evening. There will be no services at arrived here Tuesday to s[x-ml the boli
A. T Lundgren and Frank Edwards,
the Presbyterian church as it will la- Rev. «lays with relatives.
Strange’s day to hold services at Phoenix, i G. Brown and Sons shippe«! a nice lot
New until after the Holidays. 1 have
where he will preach morning anil even ; of turkeys the first of the week to S hi creek, came in Thursday to »pend Christ several hundred feet of high gr ub-mould
mas in Jacksonville They expect to re ing and some fine picture«, such as Fain
! Francisco for the holiday tr ide
turn to their mines next Monday.
ily Records, Memorials and Comical
Mr*. J H. Carlton is spending the
Barley, mil I feed, corn ami wheat at tin inctiiics, which I will »<11 nt ten per-cent
week with her mother. Mrs. Geo. Brown, Boss. Cheap as the market afford«.
l»e!ow cost. T. C. Norn».
who has oeen quite sick w ith a cold for
J. P. Harr came in Wednesday from
Slabwoo'l in stove lengths fl .(Ml |M*r load
Watkins and Thursday he returned with
The roads in several places la-tween a load of household good* for Ed. Sjieiic- at naw null—Iowa l.umlx-r C o .
here and Central Point co ild be improver! er, who with John S|»iker, is opening up
on. we think by a little work in the some fine copper profs rties on Joe creek. IlX»I LEGAL NOTICES. |*|]
right time and in the right placee.
Mr. lfarr reports that Terry Byrne is
B. S. Baker, who has been here for SIX very low with consumption anti his re TIMBER LAND. ACT JI NE 3. I m 7 m
weeks under the care of Dr < tffleer left covery is despaired of by his family.
NOTICE FOR PI BLICATION.
for his home tv ar the Ferry, the __
You should see our burnt leather a«i<l
the w-.-ek much improved in health.
wo»«! Iiefore selecting Xmas presents.
United Slates Land Oilier.
Roseburg, Ore., Nov. 12th.. ItMKI.
We understand that J. M. Nichols has Medford B«x>k Store.
Notice is hereby given that in compli
purchased a piece of land from I). P.
A watch meeting will lie held at the
Matheus and w ill in the near future build Presbyterian church New Years Eve. ame with the provisions of the act of
Congress of Jun«* 3. |N"B. entitled "An ar«
and become a resident of Eagle Point.
The sermon will lie by Rev. Strange and for the sale oftimlx r lands in the States
a half hour consecration service will lie of California, Oregon, Nevada and Wash
RECTOR OF ST. LIKE’S,
held at midnight, as the New Year comes ington Territory.” us extended to all tin
Ashburnham, Ontario, Testifies to the Good in, to lie led by Rev. Snyder. Follow Public Land States by act of Aug. I, 1M',»2,
ing New Vears there will b< a week of
Qua ¡ties of Chamberam’s
JOSIAH F. CRIMP.
prayer, held at the Presbyterian ami of Buncom, county of Jackson, stat«* of
im F orted J apanese
Methodist churches alternate evenings, Oregon, han this (lay filed in this otlici-
A shhi rnham . Ont., April 1H, p.HKI.— I led by Rev. Strange and Rev. Snyder.
his sworn stateim-nt No. aN|3, for th«-
think it is on’y right that I should tell
If yon have any Timlx-r land you want purchase of the n of se^, sw'4 of s<*'4
you what a wonderful effect Chamber to sell—See T. C. Norris.
amls«*!4 of sw'4 of Section No. 32 in
lain’s Cough Remedy has produced.
WITH PURCHASES OF
Township No. 3ft, s. Range Np. 2 West,
The «lay Iiefore Easter I was so distressed
and will offer proof to show that the land
with a cold an«! cough that I did not at the residence of the bride's parents at ( sought is mon- valuable for its timlx-r or
think to lx* able to take any duties the Brownsboro, of Mr. George- B Brown and stone than for agricultural |)tir|x>ses, and
next «lay, as my voice was almost choked Miss Maliel Bell, Rev. W. F Shields of to establish Ills claim to said laml Iiefore
by tin- cough. The same day I receive«l ficiating. Mr. Brown is a BrownsMro Silas J. Dav, I’. S. Commissioner at
an order from you for a bottle of your young man, the owner of a fine stock and Jacksonville, Oregon, on Thursday, the
Cough Remedy. 1 rft once procured a fruit farm, and a young man of fine per- I 4th «lay of February, l!M>4,
a sample bottle, and t«x>k about three son a I character. His bride is the dauglit
He names as witnesses: Andrew
| doses of the medicine. To my great re er of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Bell, who keep Cantrall of Buncom. Jackson Co.,
lief the cough and col«l had entirely dis- the store and |x>»t office at Brownsboro Oregon; Arthur Klinehamnier of Bun
apjieared ami I was able to preach three ami she is a young lady who has fine ac com, Jackson Co..Oregon John F. Miller
1 times on Easter «lay.
I know that this complishments and one who has the es i of Jacksonville. Jackson Co., Oregon;
rapid and effective cure was due to your teem of all who have her acquaintance. and Jeremiah Niinan of Jacksonville,
I Cough remedy. I make this testimonial Mr. an<l Mrs. Brown will leave Saturday Jackson Co., (tregon.
unsolicited, being glad to have found for San Francisco, where they will spend
Any and all persons claiming adverse!}
such a Godsent remedy. Respectfully a couple of weeks after which they w ill re llic above described lands are re<|U«-st
yours, E. A. Langfeldt, M. A., Rector of turn to their home at Brownsboro.
<•<! to file their claims in this office on or
St. Luke's Church. To Chamberlain
While looking for presents don't over before said 4th. day of February, 1IMI4.
Medicine Co. This remedy is for sale by look these handsome rugs. Over 40 dif
J. r. B ridges ,
City Drug Store.
ferent designs. C. W. Conklin’s.
( hurcm S uppers
S ociety dinners