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JACKSONVILLE, OKEG0N, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1894.
UVi rSD MI ATM.
Preaid *nt, Gi over (Jlevt-laod; vice-president,
Adlai PUeventioQ; tiecr» ta ry uf slate, Walter <J.
Ureahau«: suertftary of LVtmuury, John G. Car-
lisAc, secret ar y of interKjr. Hoke Smith; secre-
tary of war. I>an'l 8. Lamont; ticcretary of
na/y, Hilary A. Herbert; secretary of agricul
ture, J Sterling Mor toe ; p<MtiuaMter-gviieru.,
Waiter b. Biaae'l, attorr*ey-general, K. Olney
KTATK OF OREGON.
L\ ft. senators, J. H. Mitchell, J. N Doipb;
coiigrtwmen, B. Hermp.un. W. K. Eilit*; srov-
ernor.M. Pennoyer; secretary of state, George
W. McBride; state treasurer, Phil. McUchan;
state primer,F. C. Bak* r;Supt. public instruc
tion, E. B. Me Elroy; supreme judg**s. K. 8.
B*« b , chief justice. **. 8. Moure, C. k . Wolver
ton. rahrotMl corntui.wioners. I. A. Macruis.
J. B. K«ldy, H. B. Uumpson, cierk oi cum-
inUsiun, Lydell Baiter.
U. 8. LAWD orncM.
Koseburg—Receiver, K. 8. Sheridan, re<-
HLer, H M. Vcatch.
Lakeview -Heceiver. V. L. Snelling, regis
ter, W, A. Wilshire.
judicial pimthict .
Comprising Jackson, Josephine, Lake und
Kla'G.s' h eoQntiea*. circuit Judges. U.K. Haii-
na, W. u. Hale: district attorney, H. L. Benson;
»‘jnibur board uf equalization, A. C. Auldou.
JACKSON COUNT f.
Senator, H. H. Holt, representatives, J. A.
Jeffrey, r>. M. Ncalon, Geo. W. Dunn; county
judge, J. K. Neil; commissioners, 8. Furry,
W. p. Biadsbuw;clerk, N. A. Jacobs; sheriff.
8. Patterson; recorder. Grant Rawlings; treas>
urer, D, Linn; as«esMor, J. L. Wooldridge;
school superintendent, Gus Newbury; sur
veyor, K. W. Kennedy; coroner,D. M Brower;
stock iuspector J as. Hehuj.
Joint senator, W. 8. Vasd -rburg; represen
tative K. G. Smith; countv Judice, J. M. Cb<ies;
corn.’iiinsioneis, J. E. DSyferth, T. F. Croxton;
clerk. C. E. Harmon: sheriff, Jos. G. Hiatt;
treasurer, A. BarUett; assessor, C. M. Stites;
school superintendent,Alice Carson;8urveyur.
B O. MovuHoeh; coroner, W. F. Kremer.
Joint senator, C. A. Cogswell of Lake; repre-
sentstive, V. Conn of LiUtc; county judge, C. 8.
M(*ore, commissioners, Jas. T. Henley, John
Wells; clerk. A. L. L<*avitt; sheriff, A. A.
Fitch; treasurer, Ales. Martin; SMesaor.A. T.
Wilson; Mchooi super!ntendet t, Lucy Gordon;
•orveyur« A. Cast«d; coroner, u. G. Galbreath.
Joint senator, C. A. ( «»gsweh of Lake; repre
sentative, V. Conn ct Latke; couuty judge, E.
M. Bratluin: coiumiiiaioners, J. McUheny.
A V. Laue;clerk, W. A. Maasingiil, sheriff., F.
P. Lane; trcMUrcr, J. 8. Field; asaessor, F. E.
Harris; sc I mkm superintendent, J. J. Munroe;
surveyor, U. E. Moore; coroner, J. W.
TOWN or JACKSONVILLM.
Trustees. J. Nunan, president, G. M. Love.
T. Cam<’ron, J. F- White, K. Kubii; recorder,
bi las J. Day; treasurer. Jus. Crunemiller; street
c«>Himissioarr, W tn. Hucly; marshul.C. Purcell.
The trustees of Jacksonville bold their reg
ular sessions on Hrst Tuesday in each mouth.
MicrriNO or counts
The supreme court of Oregon meets at
B tlcui, n gular terms commeiicmg on ttietirtit
Mondays in Marcn and October; also at Pen
dleton, commencing on tirst Monday in May,
Thectrcuit court for I he tlrat judicial distric i
aits in Jackson county on lirst Mondays
April, September olid Deceinbur. In Klaurath
county on MeoouJ Munday in June and 'urst
Monday in November. Ln Lake county
third Monday in May und the Stic >nd Mc.nday
in October.£ in Josephine county ou the first
_ Did ay
arch and August.
kSr^ALkaoil county the county,probate ano
commmMoiier«’ ouiirta meet every month,
commencing with the brst Monday, yor Jose
phine cou.aty, tlie ttrst Monday in January,
Apt li. July and September. For La),ocounty,
every alternate month, coiniuencm g the brat
Monday in January. For Klamath county,the
Drst WtxiiHwiay in March,June, September
Men’s Suits, complete, from $5.00 to $20.00.
Cash or Goods paid for all kinds of Farm Produce.
Soliciting your patronage and guaranteeing satisfaction, I am
J. NUN AN, J acksonville.
,J irk to ne Ute, Oregon*
J. R. NEIL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
«/« ktoHville, Or.
Will practice in ill courts or tho State. Office
In the Court House, laut door on leit of en
Austin ». Hammond.
WEBSTER A HAMMOND,
rt'ORN HYS-AT-L.A W,
E. KIRCHCESSNER, M. D.,
<-|hce at residence, south east cornet C and
O. F. DEMOREST*
D B N T 1 » T.
DR. CKO. O'B. DE BAR.
OlBec and resItlciK-e on California Street.
Call» attend;«! promptly day or iiiirhl
MR. J. d. WAIT,
AND 8 U KG EON,
■ vdforil, Oregwe.
Office on Main street, in Childers’ Building.
Calin promptly attended to day or night.
DR. E. P CEARY
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office in Opera H »use. Koeddence oppo
site Preabytvnan church.
DR. £. 3. HICKEL
PH YSIC1AN AND SURGEON.
‘Call* promptly attended to day oi u ght.
office on «th street.
DI. J. W. ODCERS-
Has permanently located in Medford for lb«
pra-'tiee of dentistry. Froiu « continued
praotiee of over fourteen years 1 am pre- I
par'd to Kuarantee entire saiistacliou.
Office over »lover's drua-ature.
DR. W. S. JONES,
PARKER & SOLISS,
MANHOOD RF i"RTADChi
Medford, O egon.
W. L. D ouclas
Sold at City Drug Ston
PHYdlClAM AND SUHOKON,
Office iu HausiiuN Block. up-aiaHa.
Disfavor on Sailiug Vessels.
The Annie Wright Seminary.)
F. P- PRIM A SON,
StY»?*'n Wood Mortised Into the Keel to
Ma^e the Vessel Sail Faster—Lawyer»*,
Women and Clei^ytuen Looked at With
Forest Grove aod Roseburg, Oregon.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELOR» AT LAW.
FORMS IN EARLY DAYS.
REAL ESTATE ACENT I
Will pracUeo in all courts wl the tit ate.
Office im the Court House.
JACK’S SUPERSTITIONS HAD STRANGE
pitl messenger boy they are struck back
ward to break the spell. In one ship to
which 1 was attached the bell had oome
down to us from the Ticonderoga,
through the Thecis, 1 think, und was
supposed to be under the special control
of a blue spirit of mischief. Why the
blue spirit ahould indulge in such va
j garies is hidden, but in ’he middle of
sea nights, when the moon rode in
ipicious quarter, :.u.i the wind
blew with the force aud lrom the direc
tion necessary f< 1 the spell, the blue
bell was bound to make a complete cir
( cle and ring out niue bells stridently.
I Of cterse no one ever heard cr ought to
he.-u- nine ix-lls at sea, tor eight bells
aw as fixed in limit as the decalogu
but this was promised Whether the
conditions failed toco-ordinate I cannot
say, but though the bell -.vas watched
by all «arts aud conditions of men too
eccv.lt ceremony was never perform, d
f ...-i. .1- ben< fit. It is necessary to add
timi ’.y report it was a common event in
the ct her ships mentioned.
The proverhial desertion of sinking
ships by rais is founded upon reason
and undoubtedly occurs, for as rats like
to tnowl about <lry footed and will Btick
• place so long as food is plenty it
is ^(.buble tuat the ship they leave is so
leuk.v and unreaworthy that their un
derdeck work is toe wH to suit them. •
SILAS J. DAY,
Miners’ and Farmers
PRICES THE VERY LOWEST.
WM. M. COLVIC,
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The British consul at Jerusalem in
his last report gives some interesting
details respecting tho state of the Holy
City. It appears that buildings of vari
ous kinds continue to be erected in tho
vicinity, and that the city is far out
growing its former limits. On the west
ern side houses have increased so rapidly
wi’hin the last few years that quite a
I rge snij.Wb has arisen where formerly
there were fields and vineyards. Every
t.vailabie piece of laud is now being
Values, bought up by private persons or by be
nevolent societies and missions, and al
ready the name of Modem Jerusalem
has been given to this new quarter.
Last year the first public garden was
tompleted outside the Jaffa gate, ard
the tiado is generally increasing, espe
cially that m Jaffa oranges, olive wood
work (now an important local industry)
and olive oil. The export of colocynth
declined in consequence of a tithe levied
on it by the authorities. It is gathered
by Arabs in the neigh borhood of Gaza,
where it grows wild An interesting en
terprise which has recently been com
menced is tho collection of the bitumen
which rises to the surface and floats
about on the Dead sea. Two sailing
boats were taken by train from Jaffa to
Jerusalem and then conveyed in carl s
to the Jordan, where they were floated
down the river to the Dead sea, and
they are now engaged in picking up the
bitumen, which is in much request in
II yourself or friends wish to be cured
The consul thinks it would be advan
of Liquor, Opium, Morphine, Chloral, Co
tageous to trade with the inland dis
tricts if a steam launch raid lighten
caine or Tobacco habits, seek only the Genu
were placed on the Dead sea to ferry
across the produce of Moab, which is a
ine Keeley Treatment, which is the only safe,
Abstracts Made of Titles to country that is rich in cereals, fruit
and cattle. At present it is conveyed by
reliable and permanent cure in existence.
caravans round the north or south end
of the Dead sea, entailing a journey of
Genuine Keeley Institutes, with most favorable
from four to five days. Kt r;.k, the chief
Of al'kinds drawn up, especially pertaining
town of Moab, is now garrisoned with
Ottoman troops, and authority is estab
Colkfter of Acton.it» Prompt Rrmittancr». lished there, so flirt if ranid communica
tion were established the whole produce
of Moab would find its way to Jerusa
Itiv.-Blmcnt securities a epecialty. Jackson lem and the coast.—Boston Transcript.
Address or wrlto for particulars. Correspondcnee solicited
Lieutenant J D. Jerrold Kelley gives
an interesting chapter of "Super titions
of the Sea’’ in The Century. After
studying them fairly well he doubts if
modern sailors are more superstitious
than any other class with equal training
and opportunities. He believes that
everybody is leavened with supersti
tion, notably the noisiest scoffers and
those mountebanks, the Thirteen clubs,
fur these genliy protest too much. It
.seems to l“i a human instinct, modified
by racial inheritances aud developments,
hi the youth of the world its manifesta
tions weie the earliest recorded utter
ances of incn conci ruing the visible
phenomena of the uiiiv.-m-, and its grip
on simple words was an outgrowth of
the fear of the unknown. Of all people
sailers must «Seal ut first hand, aud help
lessly to some degrei, with the most
unknowable, uncontrollable of material
problems, the sea, aud it is only nat
Clara Barton'. Work.
ural that their folklore should be in
Mi si, Clara Borton, president of the
part laud stories fitted with sea mean American National Red Cross, with a
ing and in part of blind explanation of eorps of assistants, has completed the re
sea phenomena, both lieing maintained lief work begun last September for the
valorously by the grewsome conserva sufferers frem floods on the Sea islands
tism of tho seaman, even "fter rational of South Carolina. They have saved
causes come to the rescue
tuousunds of lives, redeemed hundreds
hi earlier days superstition was as
of thousands of acres of land and placed
much r. part of every ship as tho water upward of 85,000 people in a position
sho was to float in, for it entered with to look after themselves. The citizens of
the wood scarfed into her keel and Beaufort have formally tendered their
climbed to the flags and garlands wav
thanks to Miss Barton and the Red Cross
ing at her mastheads. It ran riotously
for rendering impartially that aid with
at her launching, controlled her name,
out which thousands of their friends and
her OTew and cargoes, it timed hex
citizens must have perished.
days and hours of sailing and convoyed
her voyagea It summoned apparitions
No Mixed Shoe« aud Presses.
for her ill fortune and evoked portents
In every complete line of summer
and signs for her prosperity. It mad«
winds blow foul or fair, governed het shoes there are from six to eighteen good
successful ventures aud arrivals, mid browns, all tho same price and all good
when her work was done promised r. styles in their proper places. Brown is
Counly Scrip bought and »old.
port of rest somewhere off the short s oi an art shade, but it takes an artist to
I have a complete set of maps of all
ROSEBERY AND RACING.
ed lands in this county, »nd receive Abstracts
Fiddler’s Green, where all good sailors nso it effectively. A brown shoe needs a
monthly from Itoseburv and tho State Land
brown stoekir g every time, and brown
Depsitincntat Salem of all new entr ramtth The Prime Minister Is Not Yet Out of I' is rest eternally, or threatened foul moor
I am thus prepared to make out hotneBtead
Wrangle With the N on conform is ts.
ings deep in the uncmiuy locker of Davy shoes and stockings are most effective
papers »nd can save toparti. s the expenseo’
against brown. The dress may not be
The nonconformist conscience has Jernes of ballad memory.
a trip to the Roseburg land office.
In many countries stolen wood wai brown, but a rufl. \ baud or hem of that
finally succeeded in drawing out Lc:d
shade should come near the leather;
1884. Eleventh Year.
I harr a ha,aber ./ »ine Farm* and Rosebery on the subj,«t of horse race«, mortised into the keel, as it made th«
otherwise the foot is conspicuous. Many
orhr rir.irable property in my
ar rather race horses, for a sharp dis
well dressed women never mix their
hand, for tain.
A Boarding School for Girls,
tinction is made between the two first blow struck in fashioning this keel shoes and dresses.
with Superior Advantages.
Chnrrra 'n aceor.binef
Ui fers, by
i „ um INN'UHI üu . H. K. Hanna tation of the Puritan figuro of Crom upon her maiden voyage. Silver—usu
Judac of Ist Judlclal Distnct, and to any well between himself and his virtuous ally a coin—placed in th««m&lnmaGt st« f
~l>ntro£ ten r.nT”
busii.e« bouse in Jack^invflle.^ ¿
critics is accepted as a practically con went lor lucky ventnres, and misguided
one will see that the busiiicss diva* for
clusive argument in a country which
working women has solved it... If. It con
ranks precedent as higher authority than any of tho unlucky timbers to enter into
tho construction. Something of the cere sists of a shirt waist, dark skirt and sat.1
This paramount characteristic of the monious character given to launchings or hat. This costume if. coo 1and com
fortable and saves heavy laundry bills.
English mind is amazingly showu in survives to this day. Whereof old ships
It has been in vogue for three summers
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leaves flags now flutter. The libation now and is more popular than ever.
Nor is it the costumt of the working
example of the loid protector and stick poured on tho deck, the purification by
girl alone. The belle who shops and the
ing to its guns, the Antigambling so the priest, the anointing with egg and
clerk who waits on her wear exactly the
ciety weakly suggests that if Cromwell sulphur, find their exemplars in the
same costume. Verily it is a great lev
possessed as much knowledge of the
Capital Stock, - $50,000.00. had
evils of gambling as is now available
he would have sold his race horses, as the craft, released from the ways, slips,
Mio Ackerman'« Reward.
well greased, into the Bea. The jar ol
Rosebery is asked to do.
Jennie Ackerman had a gift of
Rrcein depus'ts subject to check or <-n
The two letters have started the dis
cussion afresh, but the episode has so then emptied on deck, the cakes and £1,000 offered her in Australia, but de
certificate paitabU on demand.
ale set before the crew, the stoup ol clined it, saying she preferred to leave
Sell sight drafts on hew fork, San amused the English that the winner of
offered to passersby on the quay it for the women’s white ribbon work.
the Derby has little to fear. It is an in
Francisco and Portland.
and the refusal of which was an evil Such an outcry of protest was iaade at
Eirst-clase Business an*’ Normal School
Telegraphic transfers sold on all points
her refusal that the matter seems to be
merous and enthusiastic defenders are omen—all are realized in these sadder
pending. Miss Ackerman, who has
for both Sexes.
among his political opponents. The
mold loft Lawyers, clergymen and invested seven years of work in Austra
For Particulars and Speeinie
from tho stem virtues of the noncon women are ever looked at with disfavoi lia without fee or reward, except as it
general business of our customers
on sailing ships as sure to bring ill luck came in collections, might well allow
lawyers undoubtedly from the antip friends to give her this deserved testi
So soino organs which support the
S. F. CASH,
J- P- TUFFS.
V 'ce President • prime minister politically take a dubi athy of sailors to the class, a dislike so monial.^—Boston Woman’s Journal.
R. A B ooth . C vier.
ous view of the incident Enemies like i pronounced that “sea lawyer” is a very
If the Baby is Cutting Teeth.
The Times and The Telegraph chuckle . bitter term of reproach, aud “land
gleefully over the discomfiture of the i shaik” is a synonym. Clergymen— Be sure and use that old and well-tried
critics. They review copiously the his priests and parsons—are unlucky proba remedy, Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup
tory of the great pretender’s sporting pro bly because of their black gowns aud for children teething . It soothes the ch Id,
WW W nut HOBCtUtAKINa
clivities and lament any decadence in ! their principal duty on shipboard—that
softens the gums, allays the pain, cutes
♦ 5. CORDOVAN,
the favorite national pastime.—New r of consoliug the dying aud burying the
FRENCH* ENAMELLED CALF
wind colic and is the best remedy for
York Sun’s London Letter.
the great storm raiser, is their especial diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottje.
< 3.49 P0LICE.3 S oles .
enemy and sends tempests to destroy
HOMING PIGEONS IN THE NAVY.
tian of a lamounFre. ch physician, will quickly cuie you of all ner
vous or dbh-Ase of i ir geuem*ive organ«, pucii >•. < Lost Manbrpd,
them. Women—who may reason out Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder
Insomnia, raiiisin the Bnck,Seminal Emission»», i>'*rvous Debhitv,
A Trial on the Monongahela Demonstrate« their unpopularity?—save that a ship is \wanied Gold Medal Midwinter Fair, San Francisco.
Pimples, Uniiimss to Marry, Exhausting Drains, Variroce'e and
Their Value a« Messengers.
Const iimtion. it stops an bases by day or right. Prevent* quick-
the last place for them, or perhaps be
I d as of dischar,. wl.ic *1 if notchecke<i leads to Sp<*rmf»t«rrhoea anil
The United States practice ship Mo cause of the dread of witches, lor of all
3EFOAE £ nd A FTTH all the hor-orsoi Inuni. ency. <<JPf OKWEcleuusesibHiver, the
1 kidneys and the urlnarx organs of all impurities.
nongahela, Captain C. M. Chester com spell workers in human form none is so
Ctvpf DfM; wtrerigThens and restores small wenl «organs.
Thu m; .ion sn.Ter» r» are not cn.-ed by Doctors is tecMoae ninety per rent are troubled with
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manding, has arrived in Gardiner’s bay dreaded as the female brewers of hell
FrcMutH iM. ci’l‘Ii»EN K is the only known remedrt »cure without an operation. .'Wt'ObMfiinoni-
a! l A write« n
.'(«■«■ • iven and money reinrned If si t boxes does not tiled a tieinumenucurc
from Annapolis. She has three classes broth. Liko the priests of the middle
ff.00aboT.six for f-Vh), by mail, «end for nt kk circular e wl testl mon Isis.
Yea caa •>”£r(K,‘gh»™bM>a<
U of naval cadets on board and is on her ages, they can raise a prime quality of
Address OA V4>L M1 ¿DICIN E CO., P. O. Box 2U7C, Law Francisco, Cal. For Sale hjf
storm by tossing sand or stones in the
Becauie, we »re the large« manufacturer» ol
An interesting experiment with a pi air and, like Congreve’s Lapland sorcer
advertise«! shoe» in the world, and guarantee
the vilue by stanrpiag thvar.me an«I price on geon messenger service was tried.
The ess, are supposed to live by selling con
the bottom? which protect» you against high
Drices and the middleman's profits. Our ahoea Monongahela took with her a number trary winds and wrecked vessels. Cer
eJual custom work in style, easy fitting and of birds from the Naval academy loft.
tain families could never get sea em
wearing qualities. We have them »old every,
it lower prices for the value given than Each day after leaving Annapolis one of ployment under their own surnames,
Mke Take no substitute. If your these was released with messages for not even such members as were born
dealercannot supply you, we can. Sold by
We will send you the mar
home. The last was liberated 90 miles with cauls, for they were tabooed,
velous French preparation
Dealer, whose name will shortly
CALTHOS free, by sealed
off Cape Henry and fully 200 miles barred. And many animals—hares,
mail, and a legal guarantee
from Annapolis. Advices received from pigs and black cats, for example—could
that C althos will
Annapolis show the birds reached there neither be carried nor mentioned on
Chicago, Oct 5,1H93.
OTfth All Discharge" •"<>
“ I was troubled with emiKaions
VI Ur EmlMloM,
shipboard, save under very stringent
Notary Public. in good time.
and vuricocele, and had keen
sexually weak for neve* yean.
Lieutenant F. N. Tyler will put in a conditions. Scarborough wives kept a
During the last foax yearn 1
tried «very remedy that was sold
messenger pigeon loft at the Norfolk block cat in the house to assure their
and not no reliet roi anjd my
RESTORE Lott Vigor.
And yet lives in ignorance of
trouble« ««til I took CAXTHCiL
navy yard, as the exjieriment, the offi husbands’ lives at sea, but on voyages
cers of the Monongahela declare, has every black cat carried a gale in her the fact that a single applica
Renl-entate. Financial, Insurance A vents shown such a messenger sendee can be tail, and if she became unusually frolic
MOHL CO., Sole American Afents, Cincinnati, O
tion of the ctmcuRA reme
anil Investment Brokers General Convey
ancers and Searchers of Record». Titles to made an important feature of all our some a storm was sure to follow.
land examined MONEY loaned on best se naval stations and warships cruising
Years ago on board the flagship dies , will, in the majority of
curity at best rates. Real-estate bonirbt and
Franklin, up the Mediterranean, we cases, afford instant relief, per
sold on commission. Special attention de along the coast.—New York World.
voted to collections and remittances prompt
had a yarn that illustrated a survival of
ly made. Moderate rati-s. immediate action,
A Tine Knot Squirrel Hunt.
this antipathy to certain forms of ani mit rest and sleep and point
-ELY’S CREAM BALM— Clen ms the Nasal
quick reports and prompt returns. Deposi-
1 a««ag«*», Allay« Pain and In liar amatl.n, Heals
“A pine knot squirrel hunt is about mal life. Two old quartermasters were to a speedy, permanent, and
the Sorva, Restores Taste and Si »ell. and Cures
''S t ' ates SETTLED AND RENTS COL-
the most exciting sport I know, ” said heard during the morning watch ex
r vz YTFD
economical ure, when the best
ComnvTciR! I tiiration. mercantile collec A. R. Mcllvano. “In the pine woods of changing in the cockpit dismal experi
tions ana mattcra in probate given spccia.
physicians and all other rem
attention and economical m»nag«*ment guar the south there are a great many squir ences of their dreams the night before.
anteed: Correspondence solhdted.
rels, and the ground is covered with One was particularly harrowing, for the
edies fail. C uticura Works
knots These ore very hard, and their narrator wound up with: "And I say,
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
-------- It t. ddwUw Absorbed
shape renders them much easier than Bill, I was never so afeared in my life.
Wonders, and its cures of tor
Druggist - by maiL ELY BROS. ,««Warren». N Y
stones to throw straight. Frequently When I woke up, it seemed ar true as
turing, disfiguring, and humil
parties of expert throwers are formed to day, and I was all of tremble like an
iating humors are the most
kill squirrels without guns, and it is re asp on a leaf. ’ ’
* ‘ What’s that?’ ’ said the other. “Pipe
markable how successful they are.
“ hmve heed «.”
wonderful ever recorded.
VtTtUl Tl.l»wonderful remedy
Don’t mention that reptile.
When a squirrel is sighted, the man down.
I'owe^ltoad«be Watofmn Si
neas. all drain, and low of n.
iMphily Kmi-nona. Nervou*
who discovers him has the first throw,
Fold throughout the world. T ottir
G 6ner>l'Te()rf-'n> of either sex caused
Figureheads were at first images of
ula.ua which i—a,., inHmi. A ’.5* "* * -xcesalre use of tobacco, upturn orstlra- Hiw«r. •• *•. u. KBSKMAK•'« HAUK and if the squirrel is not hit it belongs
znd C hl •
i *.,Hole prof/ h , Boston ma -** ah
About the Blood and Skui," mailed free** A*
wt «wket ■loirh .rTi X. c««<i «apcion or Insanity, ( an be carried In
a rc i written
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Prepaid. With a «S order wo
to whoever gets it. About one-half of g<x. > and later of saints aud sea heroes
'*”■ money. Sold by a.l
the throws bring the squirrels down, and were held in high reverence, aud
uumiinuosou. InpUxinwrapper. AudreaaX EKV«» JVUnf«>4iret.'l,‘<!''
,**>* r**’'“.’ '”e”,l“hc«, falling hair and «I n
and the party will often return with 100 the eyes glaring from each bow of a
pie baby ra.be» pre-.euied by Uutleura --.p'
uf itnd EI^IGNED HAfE FORMED A
co nartuerslnp witn an authorize«! capital
•«IUI for the purpose or carrying on 3 and the squirrels are generally on the intelligently, for “no have two ey^>
‘reneral banking Busin.-ss in all its branches branches, the lifficulty of hitting them how can see? No can see, how can do? ,
Instantly relieved hr a C rii
’'**!e. Oregon. Office at the old
Latest aud Best Forms igj»cksoli
? nd of Beekman's Bar king House, N.W.eor- is very great, but the skill of a great Is the shibboleth of their sailors. Ships
Ca Itorni» and Third
at City Prices.
many with these knots is remarkable. ” bells were blessed, and today if a mis I
(, c street».
take in their striking is made bv a «tn
THUS. <i. REAM KB.
TIMES PRINTING CO
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Lionel It. Webster.
The Holy City Ila« Caught the Fever of Mod
era Progre»«— Proiui-ing Environment.
OUR FALL STOCK IS NOW OPEN
Will practice in all courts of the state. Office
in the Court House, second door on the right