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THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES.
St. Valentine’s day Is next on the
THURSDAY,..JANUARY 24, 1001. list.
There has been some fog during the
PERSONAL, mention .
J. R. Howard of Pooh Bah was here
several times this week.
Mr». J. II. Shldeler of Taleot pre
It was snowing as we went to press.
duct 1» In town.
Another big storm may come.
A. N. Holiss and J. II. O’Neill left
Fresh bananas 25 cents a dozen at
f >r Salem Monday.
“The Bos»;” also oranges, etc.
il. C. Maury of Pooh Bah wan lu
R. K. Sutton and wife of Ashland
our midst Tuesday.
have returned from their eastern
piston llltf h or Ashland was one of trip.
our yisit >rs Sunday.
D. S. Force and T. P. Kahler of
W. H. Holt of Applegate spent a Tolo were in Jacksonville a few days
day in towu tnls week.
Lewis Bro», of Sterllngvllle were in
The county court will meet next
Monday for the purpose of levying the
Frank Roberts of Mound district annual tax.
was among us yesterday.
Notes, receipts, drafts, due bills,
io book form, for sale at T he
Hon. W. M. Uo'.vig made Ashland a etc.,
T imes office.
professional visit Tuesday.
Geo. Carter, the miner, Is now
Col. Rubt. A. Miller left for his
located at Hornbrook, and getting
home in Oregon city Tuesday.
L. U. Basye of Missouri Flat was a
Nick Young, Jr., of Eagle Point
caber the forepart or the week.
made his friends in Jacksonville a
I). E. Jones of Central Point and visit Tuesday.
his wife were here a few days ago.
You can get the most candy for
Win. Bybee is stopping at his your money at “The Hoss.” Satisfac
q,rings, situated on Evans creek.
Terry Byrne and M. T. Crowe of
Mrs. R. T. Melius of Ashland took
Watkins were in Jacksonville yestcr her sori to Portland last week, to place
him in a hospital.
A. F. Hunt of Ashland, the stock S. Robbins, an old and well-known
buyer, tarried in Jacksonville last resident of Phuenlx, died Tuesday,
after a short Illness.
Miss He ilia Wulf returned from
Joe Wetterer makes a specialty of
KlamalUou, Calif., tills morning, ror light drinks, fresh "indies, nuts, etc.
Give ’em a trial.
Miss Emma Coleman or PtKrnlx, O. Blede has moved his stock of tin
» prominent educator, lx in Jackson ware to tile Masonic building. H»
offers great bargains.
Miss Donna Beil of Brownsboro lias
The beaming countenances of Capt.
lecoiue a student oi cue Ashland Boze and Col. Swayne of Applegate
shone on us a few days ago.
Jobh McCallister oi JosepiiluuCuun- Steve Swacker, for many years a
yw^ent a couple of days in Jackson- resident of Jackson county, is now at
Osborne, Idaho, and doing well.
\X/fle Illis week
T A H. Martin, representing the
The county clerk lias Issued license
1 ,’oss Piano Co., spent Tuesday night to marry to Cortez. Snyder and Miss
Angel I ne Moore of Anderson creek.
J. Thorndike of Sterilngvilleand A.
A. L. Iloten and his wife, of Apple
J. Daley of Eagle Point were in Jack gate, accompanied by Mrs. Dolly
Perry, spent Tuesday in Jacksonville,
A. Cantrail and Harry Mathews, the
Representative Carter lias our
Applegate stockmen, tarried a nignt thanks tor a copy of tils bill provid
lin Jacksonville during tile past week. ing for Hie reduction of railroad fareB.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, Langley re
W M. Richards of Anderson creek,
turned yesterday from Niagara.wiiere tiie lumber manufacturer, was here
they have been stationed several yesterday, accompanied by C. Snyder.
Ed. Beggs, who Is now stationed at
Mrs. Geo. G. Eubanks has returned Boise, I. T., is visiting in San Fran
to Ashland frurn a visit with tier cisco, accompanied by his wife and
sister, Mrs. J. 8. sweet of Santa Rosa, child.
Mrs. F. Luy and Mrs. Augustine
E. B. Hanley, who lias been visiting Selim Idling, who have been quite ill
io Jacksonville, ielt for Seattle Mon with iiearl disease, are considerably
day nignt, and will soon sail for improved.
The mails are being carried regular
Rev. CI'.as. Bootli was In Jackson ly again on the Ashland-Klamath Falls
ville Monday. He officiated at tile r iad. Most of the distance is made
funeral of the late Will. Miller, In sleighs.
wiilcii took place that day.
Mbs Louise Whitney and O. Thomp
W. P. Smith, the clever representa son of Ashland have each been given
tive of Langley <V Michaels of Ssu one of the clerkships parceled out by
Francisco, has been In the valley late the legislature.
ly, Interviewing his many customers.
S. R. Coffman of Union precinct
T hk T imks received a pleasant call called yesterday. He reports the
yesterday evening from J. F. Garri- miners taking advantage of a good
| son, a pioneer miner, who is engaged supply of water
lu iqieiiing a promising placer mine
By request Representative Stewart
1 in Bummer gulch.
lias introduced a till providing for an
Mrs. M. Miller, widow of the late appropriation of »30,000 for the Pan-
Will. Miller, left for Oregon city, American Exposition.
Wednesday, wiiere sne will perma
Frank Yokum was at the county
nently reside. Her mother, Mrs. seat yesterday. He keeps a small
Ganong, accompanied Iler.
band of good sheep, and lately invest
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Thompson of ed in a tine Uostwold ram.
Ashland, wno have been at Oakland,
Riley Myers has sold his farm in
Calif., for several weeks past, returned Table Rock precinct to Mr. Sanborn,
Thursday, accompanied by tiieir son, a newcomer, for SHOO. Sam .Mc
G. S. Butler. Mrs. T.'s liealtli was Clendon negotiated the sale.
not improved by her trip, we are sorry
A meeting of tiie qualified voters of
Jacksonville district will lie held at
To Teachers and Patrons of tiie school house Saturday, for the
purpose of voting the annual tax.
The school clerk of eacti district is There is no change tn t he ballot Ing
^requested to till out the form that lias at Salem for U. S. Senator, excepting
i>hen mailed to him and return It to that Heinenway of Lane is now voting
the superintendent at the earliest tor Corbett, making Ills total vote 29.
of Roseburg, who was
Ail teachers wishing to take the ex W. E. Jacobs
Interested in tiie Ashland
amination for state papers should no formerly
flouring mills, has returned from the
tify the superintendent by Feb. 1st Klondike,
an absence of three
that tlie examination may tie held in years. He after
will return in the spring.
a place to acoouimodato the greatest
Deeds, mortgages, leases, bends,
number of applicants.
|A11 teachers desiring to hold eighth bills or sale and every imaginable
grade examinations are requested to kind of legal blanks-tlie latest and
notify meator.ee, and »end a list of best—are constantly on hand at T he
the names and numbers of all pupils T imes office.
who took the eighth-grade examina G. F. Billings of Ashland, the well-
tion in February and May, 1900. The known
real estate ano Insurance
names of a part of those pupils were agent, lias
our thanks for one of those
not copied on the record book by Mr. elegant calendars
Issued by the U. S
P. H. D aily ,
Fidelity and Guaranty Co., for which
he Is district agent.
CAMP No. «10,
W ould , Kerby ville.—Consul com
mander, J F Ntlth; advisor, H 8
Woodcock; banker, Ed Dally; clerk.
E F Meissner; escort, W 11 Schlelgh;
watchman, L M Applegate; sentry, A
N Hart; manager, CT Payne.
S iskiyou C hapter No. 21, R. A.
M. CA Hitchcock, H P; E A Sher
win, K; W A Holmes, scribe; J R
Wick, Sec; F H Carter, Treas; R M
Foster, Col H; G C Morris. I' S: C F
Nhepherd, R A C; E F Loomis, G M 3
V: C W Martyn, G M 2 V; C W Bar
ber, G M I V; H Fox, guard.
Bismarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid
health. Indomitable will and tre
mendous energy are not found where
Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bowels
are out of order. If you want these
qualities and the success they bring,
use Dr. King’s New Life Pills. They
develop every power of brain and
body. Only 25c at City Drug Store.
; Cut this Coupon out. It Is worth
<50cts on each dozen Photos, if pre
sented at II. C. Mackey A Bovd’s
¡studio on or before March 1. 1901.
H. C. M ackey A B oyd ,
Hospital Contractor DeRoboam
Visited in Jacksonville Wednesday,
for the first time in nearly two weeks.
He Is covered with a large and festive
crop of Job’s comforters.
The Talent Amateur Society Sat
urday night presented tiie drama "Joe
Ruggles, or the Giri Miner,” that
was preceded by “Black Magic." The
attendance was good and the perform
ers acquitted themselves creditably.
A number of our citizens went to
Medford a few nights since, to listen
to Dr. T. A. Boyer, a well-known
lecturer. He had a large audience,
hut did not give general satisfaction.
If troubled with a weak digestion,
belching, sour stomach, or if you feel
dull after eating, try Chamberlain’s
Stomach and Liver Tablet«. Price,
25 cents. S imples free at City Drug
A commodious and substantial
hotel has just been completed at By
bee's springs on Evans creek, which
enjoys an excellent reputation as a
health resort. Geo. R. Justus is In
charge of it.
At the late term of the county
court Commissioner Butler hrought
up tne subject of Issuing 5 per cent,
bonds, running five years, in lieu of
out-standlngcounty warrants drawing
8 percent, interest. The other mem
bers of the hoard were notln favor of
the proposition, however, and the
matter was dropped. There would
be little or no profit to the taxpayers
through such a* proceeding.
C. Goa mel and O. Knlps, who re*
cently pure based the Crowell farm,
comprising 300 acres, much of which
is in apple trees, lias taken possession
of It. The price paid is said to be
Every member of the Jackson coun
ty delegation voted for Corbett for U.
8. .Senator; and yet none of them
wouid let tiie people know tiiat they
were in favor of that gentleman if an
election was pending.
Mr». Fannie Slover Ellin, who Is
railroad and telegraph agent at
Seaside, Clatsop county, visited with
relatives in Grant’s Pass and Ashland
during the past week. She Is enroute
to New Mexico on business.
Griffith, the faker, gave three per
formances at the U. S. Hail this week,
and then skipped for new pastures.
He never goes over the same ground
twice, for tiie people who are prone to
take stock in his pretensions discover
tiie fraud he perpetrates on them in
The retail liquor dealers of Ashland
-those who were before Jan. 15th—will
endeavor to overthrow tiie ordinance
passed by their prohibition council.
We learn that proceedings will be
commenced at once, and there seems
to be an excellent probability that
they will be successful.
The Telegram of tiie 22d prints
wtiat purports to be a picture of H. E.
Ankeny of Sterllugville.
would recognize It but for tiie name
printed underneath it. However, it
has a striking resemblance to the late
Jim Gampbell, for several years police
judge of ban Francisco.
Tiie handsomest flower tiiat blooms
Is the rose. Eyery lover of the beau
tiful should have an assortment or
them. The California Rose Co., Los
Angeles, Calif., are headquarters of
tiie coast for nice field-grown rose
bushes. All the latest and best sorts,
bend for a catalogue today.
We published an item last month,
credited to tiie Medford Mall, that
Rose W. Scott,a printer, whoonce resid
ed at Jacksonville, w is arrested for
burglaries committed io Portland.
We have lately received a letter from
that person, who is now in Aberdeen,
Wash., denying such report.—[Yreka
Tiiat the American people love to
be humbugged was again illustrated
by those who nightly attended tiie
performance» of one Griffith, a cheap
faker, who wearB a No. 6 hat and No.
12 boots, and poses as a hypnotist
having supernatural powers. We feel
sorry for those who were victims of
Geo. Estes of Roseburg, who has
been the S. P. Co.’» station agent, at
different points In southern Oregon
for a number of years, has been ap
pointed chairman of tiie grievance
committee of the order of Railway
Telegraphers. His headquarters will
beat San Francisco, and he will get a
»alary of #200 a month.
Don't give your children chalk and
It shortens life, the doctor say;
But give them candy pure and white.
It will cheer their hearts and make
The Boss makes all kinds of candy,
and sells at ten cents a pound, or
three pound» for 25 cents.
A bill Introduced in the legislature
by Representative Briggs of this
county provide«: In any action to re
cover damages for injury to, or death
of, any person, slight contributary
negligence on tiie part of the person
injured or deceased shall not be
held to be complete defense or a bar
to a recovery of damages; but shall
be considered by tiie jurv or court
trying the issues of fact in such ac
tion in mitigation of damages only.
Let me say I have used Ely’s Cream
Balm for catarrh, and can thoroughly
recommend It for what it claims.
Very truly, (Rev.) IL W. Hathaway,
I tried Ely’s Cream Balm, and to
all appearances am cured of catarrh.
Tiie terrible headaches from which 1
long suffered are gone.—W. J. Hitch
cock. late Major U. S. Vol. and A. A.
Gen.. Buffalo. N. Y.
The Balm does not irritate or cause
sneezing. Sold by druggists at 50 cts.,
or mailed by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren
St., New York.
L. P. W. Quimby,game and forestry
warden, scores the Indian agents of
the government in Oregon, in his bi
ennial report to Gov. Geer. He says
tiiat they not only permit tiie Indians
to kill deer out z>f season, but encour
age them to violate the law. There
is one exception. Agent Applegate
of Klamath reservation. Mr. Quimby
says lie cannot give the state good
services for tiie present appropriation
of $2200 a year, and tiiat he must have
more money if he is expected to give
the game and forestry interests tiie
attention they require.
Representative Briggs lias a bill
before tiie legislature defining a
fellow servant, towit: Section 1—In
all actions of employes against em
ployers for personal injuries "fellow
servant" shall be deemed and held to
tie such as are employed in the same
kind of labor and subject to tiie same
superior servant and the same general
control. Section 2 When an employ
er invests one servant or employe with
control or superior authority over
another servant or employe, such su
perior shall not be deemed or held to
be a fellow servant with those under
his control. _
KLAMATH COUNTY NEWS.
There lias been some decidedly cold
weather In this county during the
past month- several degrees colder
than It has been for years. The ther
mometer registered at ten below zero
one morning last week.
In view of an adverse report made
by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs,
Secretary of the Interior and sub
committee of Indian affairs, on the
bill granting to the Silver Lake Irri
gation Co. a right of way across the
Klamath Indian reservation for the
construction of Irrigating re‘ervolrs,
ditches, etc., it is difficult to see how
tiiat, bill can pass at the present ses
sion. This bill was Introduced last
year by Representative Tongue, and
has been shifting about In the de
partment until recently.
To Cure Consti puli ••
Take Cascarete Cunü v ( uihurnc. 10c or Sta
d C. C G fmi io cur«, dr uimiu U i refund tnone>
Jeff. Heard 1» back from an extend
ed stay In San Francisco.
Frank Wait of the Medford Marble
Works was at Ashland Friday.
R. II. Whitehead ha» returned from
a trip hisold home in Wisconsin.
Dr. 8. Danielson is practicing his
profession in southern California.
. Miss Jo Orth of Jacksonville visited
our city the forepart of the week.
John F. White and his family were
at the county-seat a few days since.
Jas. CronemHler and F. E. Bybee
were over from Jacksonville Wednes
A. A. Davis has returned from San
Francisco, wnere he lias been staying
Miss Rose Brentano of Jacksonville,
who visited In Medford several days,
has returned home.
Carl Narregau has been at the coun
Baking powders made from alum and other
ty seat several times during the past
week, searching the records.
harsh, caustic acids are lower in price, but
Mrs. Chas. Carney of Jacksonville
inferior in work and injurious to the stomach.
visited with her daughter, Mrs.
Hicks, one day last week.
H. fl. Howard and his wife, who
»OVAL BAKING POWOE3 CO., NEW YORK.
have been visiting in San Francisco,
got back one day last week.
THE TRANSVAAL WAR.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Miss Letha Hardin, who has been
visiting at Gold Hill, Is again trans
The following deeds have been re
acting her duties at the postoffice.
have captured a train laden with min corded in the office of the county re
An elegant line of valentines is be ing materials between Brugspruit aDd corder since the last report of T he
ing displayed at the Racket Store; Balmoral. The passengers
were T imes :
also a complete assortment of notions. robbed of everything.
G W Isaacs to Lucy D Williams, lots »,
A dispatch from Kroonstadt says T I?,' ' b.lk ’■ Central Point.................... » S00 00
A bill for a new charter for Medford
J W Merritt to L D Williams, same
has been introduced by Representative
S’ H Voyle to Keystone of Oregon Gold
Briggs. It contemplates aconsiderable tribution of a book by Paul Botha, ad Mining Co. of New York, sec 35, twp
vocating peace, that he has sworn to 37. 8 w
change in our city government.
to G W Trefren, lot 23, blk
shoot tiie author at the first oppor A 3, W R Lorxlell
Mrs. Ellison of i-alveston, Texas, a tunity.
Wm Ulrich to F M Stewart, q c d to 160
niece of A. M. Woodford, is visiting
L ondon , Jan. 22.—The stop-tlie- acres in secs 10 and 15. t wp 31, 1 w
Medford. She is one of those who war committee today issued a state-1 G H Andrews to F M Stewart, lots 3
suffered severely by the great catas went, saying: "Orders which a British G H Andrews to John II Stewart, lots
trophe that befell that city.
officer reports he received reveal the 5 and «. blk 25, Medf< d
Grote to Arthur Miller, lots 17. IS,
We are sorry to learn of the death adoption by Lord Roberts and Lord W 19, A blk
L. R R add to Ashlard
....... 1100 00
of tne little daughter ■ f Mr. and Mrs. aim the extermination of a heroic Jas Holben to Wm Lynch. lots 2, 10 and
11, blk 32. Medford
E. W. Tryer, which occurred a few nationality, by starving its women ■ Wm
Lynch to G W Owings, same prop-
days ago. She was a bright child, and
and the deliberate mas Lucinda Galnsrd to J P McErlane,
the Joy and pride of tiie house sacre children,
of unarmed prisoners.” The : property In Ashland....................
C Stone to Mary Helms, property in
latter clause alludes to Gen. Kitchen- ! R Ashland
................................................... 650 00
C. W. Cowan, the genial telegraph er’s alleged secret orders to Gen. De- I Addle
Phelps to Mary A Phelps, prop
operator, who was stationed here dur wet’s pursuers to take no prisoners.
erty in Woodville................................... 600 00
ing the absence of W. V. Lippincott Copies of letters from an unarmed j
Total................................................. »4,350 00
in southern California, has returned British officer, containing these and
to Grant’s Pass. We hope to see him ether charges, will be sent by the
• ion again.
committee to Lord Salisbury, Lord We offer One Hundred
Dollars reward for any
that cannot be cured by Hall's
J. J. Howser. our late mayor, who
is known by the sobriquet of “the
F. J. CH ENEY A CO., Props., Toledo, O.
Story of a Slave.
• 10,000 beauty," because while a mem
We, the undersigned have known F. J.
for the last 15 years, and believe him
ber of the legislature he would not To be bound hand and foot fot
honorable in all business transact
sell his vote to an unknown man for years by fhe chains of disease is the perfectly
ions and financially able to carry out any obli
that sum, IsatSalem. He travels on worst form of slavery. George D. gations made by their firm.
est A T hvax . Wholesale Druggists, Tole
a "pass,” as usual.
Williams of Manchester, Mich., tells do, W O.
W aloing . K inna . n A M arvin , Wholesale
The 8. P. Co. has put in a pumping how such a slave was made free. He Druggists,
plant here, rather than stand the says: "My wife bad been so helpless Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is taken Internally, act
raise of the city, which wants »40 a for five years that she could not turn ing directly upon the blood and mucous sur
month for supplying its engines with over in bed alone. After using two faces of the system. Price 75c perbottle.
by all Druggists. Testimonials free.
water. Our authorities have acted bottles of Electric Bitters she is Sold
Hall's Family Pills are the oest.
very foolishly in this matter, as well wonderfully improved and able to do
as in expending several hundred her own work.” This supreme remedy
collars Improving the octopus’ prop for female diseases quickly cure's
erty without its sanction.
headache, backache, fainting and
—At Phcenix. Jan. 22, 1301, S Rob-
dizzy spells. This miracle-working ROBBINS
Protection for Fish.
oins; aged about 60 years.
medicine is a godsend to a weak, »ijc- HOWELL—At Grant's Pass, Jan 20. 1901.Wm.
Representative Carter has intro- ly, rundown people. Every hottie
Howell, son of Mr and Mrs. John Howell of
duced tiie following bill, '
h is of guaranteed. Sold bv City Drugstore. Williams creek: aged IS years.
importance to the people of ruuthern
"Section 1. it shall be unlawful to
take ot fish for salmon, salmon trout,
mountain or brook trout, in the Rogue at the M. E. church in Jacksonville AGER—TERWILLIGER— At A<cr, Jan. 15
1901, by Rev. J E. Wright, Eugene Ter
river or any of its tributaries, or with Sunday morning and evening.
williger of Little Shasta andMlttie Ager of
in three miles of the mouth of said
Rogue river, at any time, by any means services at the Catholic church in BARTOW—HASKINS—Near Klamath Falls,
whatever, from March 1st to April 1st Jacksonville.
Jan 14. 1901. Eldrlck Bartow and Miss Lill'e
Hoskins. both of Klamath county. Oregon.
and from Aug. 1st to Sept. 20th, east o’clock A. M. Sunday, Jan. 30th, at 10
from the confluence or the Illinois G erman B aptist .— Elder S. M. CAMERON—HAMMERSLY-Near Woodville,
river, and from March 1st to April 1st,
Jan. 21, 1101, by J. W. Osborn. J. P., D. C.
will hold service« at the follow Cameron
and Carrie Hammer sl;T.
and from August 1st to September 1st, Eby
west of the confluence of the Illinois month, at the church near Talent; sec- I MeCLENDON—L1NDBECK—At the U. 3.
In Jacksonville. Jan. 21. 1901. by Chaa.
river, except with hook and line, com ond, at the Naylor school-house; 4th Hotel
Prim, county judge. John W McCi.ndon of
monly termed angling.
Siskiyou county, Calif., and Rrcbel Lind beck
“Sec. 2. It shall be unlawful to
take or fish for mountaiu or brook
HOLLENBECK—CROSBY—At Talent, Jan.
Land for Sale.
trout at any time, in auy year, bv any
20, 1901, by Elder M. Brownrigg, A. ». Hollen-
Forty acres of land on Thompson beak and Miss Meda Crosby.
means whatever, in tiie said Rogue
river, ar its tribtaries, except with
hook and line, commonly termed feet, with four room«, a log stable,
12x14 feet, 12 acres fenced and in cul
“Sec. 3. Every person who places or tivation. A few fruit trees. Clear
allows to pass into any of the waters title, free from incumbrance. Price BEACH—In Ashland. Jan IS. 1901, to Mr. and
Mrs R. W Beach, a son.
of Rogue river or its tribntaries any •200. Inquire of
CONKLIN—At Grant's Pass. Jan. 3. 1901, to
S ilas J. D av ,
lime, gas, tar, coculus Indicus or saw
Mr. and Mrs. James N. Conklin, a son.
dust, or who uses any poisonous or ex Real Estate Agent. Jackson ville, Or.
plosive substances for the purpose of
taking or destroying fish, is guilty of a
“Sec. 4. It shall be unlawful for
any person or persons to construct or
maintain any trap.weir or tishlng-dam
or fish-wheel in the waters of Rogue
Like every other complex machine, the human body has :'s
river or any of its tributaries; pro
vided. however, that nothing in this periods for repair. Sleep is Nature’s time for rest, when the
act shall be construed to operate repair shops or the brain make good the damage of the va :ng
against the successful operation of
hatcheries for the propagation of fish hours. The man who cannot sleep, or who suffers from hcad'-che,
in said river or its tributaries.
etite, indigestion, heart trouble or pain, is
“Sec. 5. Any person or persons vio nervousness, lost
lating the provisions of this act shall running with a h
Give the tired brain and worn-out
upon conviction thereof be punished nerves a chance to
It is time to oil up.
by a tine of not less than »25 nor more
than 4200, or by imprisonment In tiie
“ LaGripi j left me with shattered nerves and a weak
county jail not less than 10 days nor
ened heart. I win short of breath, my heart fluttered
more than six months. Justices of
and I was so nervous and irritable that I could not sleep.
the peace shall have concurrent Juris
The first two doses of J)r. Miles’ Nervine brought rue
diction with the circuit court lu en
relief. Five bottles invigorated rnv whole system and
forcing this act.”
cfaed me. Although I am 88 years old 1 am as strong aud
hearty to-day as most men are at 60.”
A New Railroad.
C apt . J oseph K ellogg , Portland, Ore.
A party of four railroad surveyors,
under tiie direction of Civil Engineer
Henderson, touched Klamath Falls
during the recent heavy snow for sup
plies, and '.“ns their presence and pur
pose in tiie county became known.
They reported that they were making
feedsand rests the weary brain and weakened nerves. It
a preliminary survey for a railroad
gives zest to the appetite, stimulates digestion, increases
from < intario to Klamath Falls, by the
circulation and restores health to body and mind.
way of Prineville, believing t he route
D r . M iles M edical O o .. Elkhart, Ind
through there to be the most feasible Sold by druggiate on guarantee.
one by which to reach the ocean.
They were also gathering data of re -
sources along the proposed line. The
For HOLIDAY PRESENTS—For EVERY DAY USE
vast timber tracts of Klamath county
seemed especially attractive to them.
The Absolutely Pure
Made from Grape
Cream of Tartar.
Time to Oil Up»
Dr. Miles’ Nervine
Lamp of Steady Habits
" To Be ot
Th»t b the question th»f concerns t-oery
mortel: whether It is better to be hslf SI,
nervous, worn out, or to be well, strong,
cheerful »nd useful. The Utter condition
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