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THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES.
LOCAL no re».
Gold Hill ha* voted a ten* ml I) tax
for school purpose*.
Fresh bananas 25 cents a dozen at
"The Boss;" also oranges, etc.
personal mention .
R. E. Bybee arrived In Jacksonville
Friday; but did not stay long.
E. A. Swope of the Ashland Tidings
Cold, frosty weather at night, with
Is at Salem.
some fog during the day, Is the rule.
John F. White and family »pent
Elegant home-made candies of all
Sunday In Jacksonville.
kinds, a specialty at Joe Wetterer’s. *
John E. Pelton of Ashlanu has been
Miss Fannie Plenlng of Gold Hill
at Portland and Salem.
has been visiting Miss Short of Ash
O'Brien Bros, of Applegate were land.
among our visitors Friday.
Notes, receipts, drafts, due bills,
lion. J. J. Houck and J. R. Mitchell etc., In book form, for sale at T hk
of Gold Hill were here Monday.
T imkh office.
Mrs. Fred Denny of Hornbrook,
You can get the most candy for
Calif.. has been visiting in Ashland.
your money at "The B om ." Satisfac
P. Dunn of Ashland, the well-known tion guaranteed.
pioneer. Is quite poorly this winter.
Tile county commissioners’ court
State Printer Leeds has been quite will hold Its February session next
111 with pleurisy, hut Is now convales week.
Joe Wetterer makes a specialty of
N. Bourgeois of the Ashla id House light drinks, fresh candies, nuts, etc.
returned from a trip to Portland last Give ’em a trial.
Miss Jennie Barnum of Ashland has
Andrew Reid, a brother of Thon. returned from Mexico, where she has
Reid of Forest creek, arrived here been on business.
Mrs. Mark Winningham of Forest
Under Sheriff McCarthy was at creek Is reported to be quite 111 and in
Gri<nt’« Pass recently, visiting with his a critical condition.
Mark Applegate has gone to Jose
lion. J. II. Stewart and Dillon H1U phine county, where he Joined one of
of Pooh Bah were at the county-seat tiie 8. P. Co.’s bridge gangs.
John F. Afteberry and sons, who
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reames of have been in Siskiyou county, Calif.,
Gold Hill spent a few days In Jackson are visiting on Forest creek.
Jacksonville Fire Co. and the board
Rev. M. J. Hickey of Ashland Is In of trustees will meet next Monday and
Jacksonville, paying a visit to Father Tuesday evenings, respectively.
Re« Mr. Knotts, the Presbyterian
W. II. Barr, a prominent citizen of missionary, weld services In Jackson
Medford, spent Friday afternoon in ville Sunday morning and evening.
Eugene Rockfellow, formerly of
Thos Ri|«»y and G. 8. Butler, county Ashland, but lately of San Diego,
commissioners, are iu Jacksonville on Calif., has located at Seattle with his
John and L. A. Foster of Ashland
Mrs. W. B. Colton of Ashland, who have
to the U. S. district
received a stroke of paralysis recently, court applied
to be adjudged
Iflstrlct Attorney Reames went to
T jik T imkh learns that Mrs. John
Aledford this morning, to look after Curry
of Medford Is In a critical condi
tion, and not expected to survive
■ Rev. J. S. McCain, editor of the many hours.
Keltic Rural World, and Ills wife were
The county court met on the 28th
Hlth us Monday.
and levied a tax of 26 mills on the tax
B m I sh Emma Coleman, who has been able property returned by the assessor
■siting In Jacksonville, returned of Jackson county last year.
■ Phienlx Saturday.
The best protection against.fevers,
■Miss Emma Ulrich.the clever dress- pneumonia, diphtheria, etc., Is in
■tker, went to Grant's Pass Saturday, building '.ip the system with Hood’s
■d will stay there sometime.
Dr. Fted. McNulty lias been re
|Mr. and Mrs. Gus Newbury, who
kve been visiting In Salem and Port- appointed physician of .Siskiyou coun
ty, Calif., a position he has tilled ably
Bid, returned home Saturday.
¡Rev. Mr. Tabor, a minister of the and to the satisfaction of all.
The parents of Frank Roundtree
kventh Day Adventist church, held
and several other relatives arrived
Irvices lu Jacksonville Saturday.
from the state of Washington Friday,
[M. A. Shirley of Portland,formerly of and went to Applegate at once.
lounce Rock. 1« In town. He now
J. L. Hammersly of Gold Hill has
[presents the Portland Stove Works
recovered from a severe attack
h the road.
[Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Rickey return- mumps, and assumed the clerk
I Friday from Portland. The report ship In the legislature allotted to him.
bat they had gone to New York is
The venerable wife of Isaac Coff
[i erroneous one.
man of Forest creek fell one day last
Mrs. Jessie Vert, grand worthy week and broke one of her arms' near
batron of the Order of Eastern Star, the shoulder. Dr. DeBar (»attending
nil pay Adarel Chapter of Jackson- her.
Deeds, mortgage«, leases, bends,
II le an official visit Feb. 7th.
bills of sale and every imaginable
I Misses Sackett, Forsyth and Carter, kind of legal blanks—the latest and
tree of Jackson county's popular best—are constantly on hand at T hk
kucators, were in Jacksonville Satur- T imes office.
■y, interviewing Supt. Dally.
W. W. Finley, who formerlyresided
.Manager Koehler, Supt. Fields and In this section, but Is a prominent
aster Mechanic Younger of the 8. P. stockraiser of Klamath county at
ties in Oregon were in the valley present, Is reported to be very low
st week on a tour of Inspection.
with quick consumption.
Mesdames Dunford and Thrasher
At the meeting of the electors of
k>nt to Grant’s Pass Friday, In re- Jacksonville sc hool district, held Sat
bonne to a message Informing them urday, a lax of live mills was levied.
I the serious Illness of their mother. This* Is a reduction of one mill aa
Mrs. Frank Shldeler of Los Angeles, compared with last year.
klif., arrived at Ashland one day
Griffith, the faker, is now giving
[st week, having been called hither exhibitions at Eugene. As usaal he
&• tiie serious Illness of her mother, put Tobe Broun, his confederate, In a
I rs. W. B. Colton.
trance.from which he was "awakened’’
Mr. Richards,whoisengaged Ingrow- after 24 hours of dreaming.
)g walnuts in Los Angeles couuty,
G. W. Obenchatn of Klamath coun
¡Hilf., has been visiting hissister-in- ty, formerly a resident of Big Butte.
kw, Mrs. A. Elmer. He has a kind Is quite 111, suffering from a severe In
k>rd for southern Oregon.
jury received sometime ago and the
J, pl Pelton of Sam’s valley left for effects of an attack of measles.
I. Klamath last week, to look after
Geo. Kincaid, T. D. Conklin and R.
le cattle he Is interested in with his E. Peyton were In Jacksonville Satur
other Horace. He was accompanied day on land business. The last-named
r John W. Cox of Medford.
gentleman represents the Democratic
Mrs. Priest of Fairhaven, Wash., national committee in Big Butte pre
In Jacksonville, visiting herdaugh- cinct.
ir, Miss Edith Priest: also Mrs. O.
1 f troubled with a weak digestion,
arbaugh, whose guest she Is. Site belching, sour stomach, or if you feel
as a resident of our town thirteen dull after eating, try Chamberlain’s
Stomach and Liver Tablet*. Price,
11. E. Ankeny returned from Salem 2.5 cents. S imples free at City Drug
iturday. where he has been since the Store.
•ginning of the session of the legis-
Gee, the Chinese cook, who has
ture. The Telegram pictures him been a resident of Jacksonville for a
i having a senatorial ligotnlng rod in number of vears, leaves for China this
mvenlent striking position. He has evening. He will return In due course
>ne hack since.
of time, providing the Boxers don't
J. 8. McNair, a inetnbo? of the firm catch him.
The Portland Telegram, Valley
lilch has succeeded to E. A. Sher-
In’a drug business, has returned Record and other newspapers are
oiu a trip to Sitka, Alaska, accom- printing a narrative of the escapades
inied bv his newly-made wife, who of B. F. Durphy. the promoter, which
a slater of the wife of Gov. Brady was printed in T hk T imkh several
months ago. Wake up, brethren.
Ed. Riddle, the fireman injured In
A Night of Terror.
a railroad colllson near Roseburg last
"Awful anxiety was felt for the November, I* still In the hospital at
Idow of the brave General Burnham Portland. It Is feared that one of
Machias. Me , when the doctors his arms Is permanently injured,
Id she could not live until morning,” while hi* amputated leg does not
rites Mrs. 8. II. Lincoln, who at- heal as rapidly as it should.
tided her that fearful night. "All
J. A McDonald made us a pleasant
ought she must soon die from call Saturday. He recently purchased
aeumonla. hut she begged for Dr. a part of the old Colver place,situated
Ing's New Discovery, saying It bad between Pho'nlx and Talent, and will
ore than once saved her life, and engage in gardening. As Mr. M. un
id cured her of Consumption. After derstand* his business thoroughly, he
iree small doses she slept easily all will doubtless enjoy un excellent
gilt, and Its further use completely patronage.
red her." This marvelous medicine
Let inc say I have used Ely's Cream
guaranteed to cure all Throat,Chest
id Lung disease*. Only 50c and Balm for catarrh, and can thoroughly
.00. Trial bottles free at City Drug recommend It for what it claim*.
Very truly, I Rev.) H. W. Hathaway,
1 tried Ely'* Cream Balm, and to
all appearances am cured of catarrh.
/first,-c'a*« milch cow. Enquire at The
terrible headaches from which 1
K T imkh office.
long suffered are gone. W. J. Hitch
cock, late Major IJ. S. Vol. and A. A.
he Best Prescription for Chills
Gen.. Buffalo, N. V.
The Balm aoeti not irritate or cause
id Fever la a hottie of G kovb ' b
amtklkiw C hill T onic . It Is simply sneezing. Sold by druggist*at 50 cts.,
i»n and quinine in a tasteless form, I or mailed by Ely Brothers. 56 Warren
bt., New York.
o cure—no pay. Price, 50c.
THURSDAY,..JANUARY 31. 1901.
As T he T imes went to press the
THE WAR IN CHINA.
KLAMATH COUNTY NEWS.
death of Mrfi, Geo. N. Lewis was an
nounced. She was a very estimable
Mrs. Eldon Jennlng* baa been visit ( Tins Tsui, Jan 24. -Preparations aro being
lady, highly respected by all.
Wm. Davis of Langell valley, ex
ing Mrs. Ranse Rouse.
msde I d Tien Tsin to make It the military Dane commissioner, has become partially
The handsomest flower that blooms
W. L. Edmonson of Big Butte was for the coming spring and summer, when, It la paralyzed.
Is the rose. Every lover of the beau one of our visitors last week.
j believed, a majority of the troops I d Pekin will
tiful should have an assortment of
Mitchell Bros, drove 250 head of
Joe Ca*key, the genial blacksmith, encamp In this neighborhood preparatory to cattle
them. The California Rose Co., Los
to their shipping point on the
Angeles. Calif., are headquarters of has returned from his trip to Portland. gradual debarkation.
railroad last week.
The agreement agreed to has been delivered
the coast for nice field-grown rose
W. E. Phipps was at the county
Arthur Langell, who purchased
bushes. All the latest ana best sorts. seat Monday on professional business. by the Chinese plenipotentiaries, thus reliev
ing the anxiety of the foreign envoys, who had cavlary
horses for the government
.Send for a catalogue today.
J. Shone and family have gone to begun to fear that, in spite of the promisee last year, Is buying more of the same
Representative Colvlg has Intro Yreka. Jot Is engaged In a profitable made, something might occu- to prevent de class of animals.
duced a bill In the legislature chang business there.
livery There Is a general feeling of satisfac
B. R. Stevens and bls sons, who
ing the times of holding circuit court
tion among the foreigners and soldiers. Most
formerly resided in this county, have
A lodge of Modern Woodmen of the o.
In this district, which will doubtless
the latter look anxiously forward to leaving returned to Rogue river vsiiev front
be passed. Four terms of court will World will tie organized In Medford China this year.
a trip to Harrisonville, Mo., to locate.
hereafter be held In Josephine county, about Feb. 15th.
A dispatch to the N. Y. Herald from Pekin
Instead of two. No other Important
The great tract of 300,000 acres of
The monthly social of Reames says: Germany has put the screws on Eng
changes are made.
Chapter, O. E. 8, held Thursday land, w,th the result that the negotiations sugar and yellow pine, adjolniog the
A chicken dinner and musical enter evening, was a very pleasant affair.
bare retrograded to where they were three reservation, which Is immediately to be
thrown open to purchase, shows very
tainment wa« given Friday afternoon
W. E. Anderson of Pbcenlx, the months ago A demand for the death penalty clearly that we shall next spring and
and evening by the lady members of energetic farmer, was in Medford one will be preferred against all the leaders men-
the various churches at Ashland, for day last week, accompanied by his tinned In the decree. In addition to the pos summer see the greatest rush of tim
the benefit of Mrs. Edelhoff, who was wife.
thumous degradation of such anti-foreign lead ber buyers to Klamath county that
has ever been known
shamefully deserted and left by her
ers as have committed suicide. Minister Con
Mrs. H. G. Fairclo of Ashland was ger stated at the meeting that he could not
husband in a destitute condition. A
in Medford one day last week, to at support the demand If it should be made In
neat sum was realized.
A Frightful Blunder
tend the funeral of her late niece, Miss writing; but verbally he would do so with
Don't give your children chalk and Olive Murray.
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
heart and soul. This Is the situation now.
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen’s Ar
The wives of True and John Cox, and will continue to be for nix months or more, nica Salve, the best in the world, will
It shortens life, the doctor say;
But give them candy pure and white,
kill the pain and promptly heal It.
It will cheer their hearts and make the benefit of their health, are consid finds acceptance. Tung Fu Slang, whose Cures old Sores, Feyer Sores, Ulcers,
Beils, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erup
well know, at this moment more real power
The Boss makes all kinds of candy,
John W. Curry, a clerk in the and controls m< re troops than any other man tions. Best Pile cure on earth. Only
and sells at ten cents a pound, or census offi-'e at Washington, D. C.,
25 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold
in China. Moreover, the Emperor la at presen
three pounds for 25 cents.
has been summoned to Medford by I d his custody. Count von Waldersee Is mak by City Drug Store.
The state senata has confirmed Gov. the illness of Ills wife.
ing ostentatious preparations to leave; but
Retail Market Report.
Geer's appointments of regents of
The firm of Boyden & Nicholson evacuation Is not now near The peace and
the Southern Oregon State Normal has been dissolved. Horace Nichol tranquility of the country are now further
The fo’lowi-jg quotations were
School at Ashland, towit: R. P. Neil son, who retires, expects to leave for away than ever.
made up this afternoon, and Is an
A. J. Sherwood, J. 8. Orr, for two Eugene in the near future.
Impartial report of the prices paid
years; C. E. Harmon, L. F. Willits,
by Jacksonville dealers:
How Are Your Nerves?
Miss Aileen Webber, who has been
W. L. Massingill, for four years; F.
Wheat—4a(a>50c per bushel.
II. Carter, H. C. Kinney, for six years; afflicted with measles, resumed her If they are weak and you feel nervous and-
Flour—61.50 per 100 pounds.
W. I. Vawter, to succeed G. A. Greg position a* teacher of Instrumental easily • fiustrated,” can’t sleep, and rise in
Oats—40c per bushel.
music at the Ashland normal last the morning unrefresbed, your blood is poor.
Barley—Rolled, 61.25 per cental.
week,which position she is filling ad Strong nerves depend upon rich, nourishing
Hay—Per ton, baled, 610.
When the stomach Is tired out It mirably.
blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the nerves
Potatoes—75c per hundred.
must have a st: but we can’t live
Onions—li(a2c per pound.
On account of Increased business D. strong by enriching and vitalizing the blood.
without food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Butter—40(ao5c per roll.
"digests what you eat,’’ so that you II. Miller, our leading hardware deal ly cures nervous troubles. B«g.n taking It to
Beans—K®5c per pound.
can eat all the good food you want er, has been compelled to enlarge his day.
Lard—11c to l:ic per pouud.
while it Is restoring the digestive salesroom. He is displaying the
Eggs—20c per dozen.
organs to health, it is the only prep largest stock of goods ever brought to Nausea,indigestion are cured by Hood's Pills
Sugar—D G.6 6.75 -per cwt.
aration that digests all kinds of food. the valley.
Poultry—62.50 to 63.00 per dozen
City Drug Store, Jacksonville, and
The contest over the recordership
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Hams -15 and 16c per pound.
Dr. Hinkle. Central Point.
Is still unsettled, having resulted in
Shoulders—124c per pound.
W. A. Bantz, who has been Inter another tie when it came up In the
The following deeds have been re
Side Bacon—10(al6c per pound.
Councilmen corded in the office of the county re
ested In mining In Siskiyou county. council for decision.
Calif., for the past two year», Deuel and Willeke voted for Purdin, corder since the last report of T he
went East last July to promote a while Messrs, kame and Kiippel cast T imes :
scheme to extend the railroad their ballots for Hubbard. The matter Almira Metcalf to Edw I Reynolds. 170
Estate of Robt Taylor. Inventory
now running from Montague, on the was postponed until the February acres northwest of Jacksonville, sub
of appraisement approved, showing
ject to life estate
............................ 1 300 00 rsal and personal property amounting
Southern Paclic, to Yreka, In a meeting.
E I Reynolds to C H Elmore, 21 acres
southwesterly direction,to Fort Jones
land ........................................... 200 00 to 65268.78.
There is considerable of a rumpus G of W above
and Etna, live towns of Siskiyou over
to Claude Ritter, 40 acres in
Estate of E W Piland. G B Wals-
the adoption of the proposed sec Lance
400 00 worth, S M Rhodes and J W Hatcher
county, the latter oeing 31 mile* from charter of Medford, now before the E A Langley 36.
to Lucy Langley, lot 12,
Yreka. He was successful in getting legislature, principally because it in blk 23, Medford ... ............ ........... 75 00 appointed appraisers.
takers for 61,250,000 worth of bonds, tends to enlarge the boundaries of our A C Spen'-er to C C Walker. 10 acres in
Estate of H Amy. Fifth semi-an
1«. twp 30. 1 e.................................... 500 00 nual report approved and executor
which will build and equip the road town and make citizens of some who O sec
w Dunn, administrator of estate of
nicely, and has returned to Yreka.
ordered to pay certain claims.
do not wish it. Mayor Crowell and Giles Wells, Jr., to L L Andrews,
in sec 27. twp 38, 2 w
An interesting event took place at W. 1. Vawter have been at Salem, ad L 120 L acres
Andrews to Ellzaoeth Andrews.
the Catholic church in Jacksonville, vocating the passage of the new in half of above property............................. 180 00
Sunday afternoon, when Miss Eliza corporation act, and were met by a J W Dunn to Tbos Collins, property in
To Mothers of Large Families.
beth Phipps of Medford was received foeman worthy of their steel In Hon. Alex
Orme to John F White, sheriff's
Into the Catholic faith. The solemn J. H. Stewart, who objects to being deed to 160 acres in sec 16, twp .35 3 e . 6 10
In this workaday world few women
administration of the sacrament of arbitrarily made one of Medford’s Same to G Naylor, sheriff's deed, lots
24 . 25 , 27. 28. 20.31, 3». blk 3. lot 12. blk
baptism was performed by the rector, citizens.
7, lots 12 and 13, bls 4. Orchard Home
13 50 are so placed that physical exertion
is not constantly demanded of them
Rev. Father Berthiaume, who, in
Same to same, sheriff's deed, lots 3 and
For Over Fifty Years.
4. blk 4. Beattr add to Medford
2 75 in their daily life.
simple but convincing language, ex
plained the meaning of the ceremony, A n O ld and W ell T hikd R kmedy .—Mrs. 0. blk 43, Medford.................................. 16 30
Mrs. Pinkham makes a special appeal
Winslow's Soothing Svrup nas been used for Same to same, sheriff's deed to lot 3.blk
the importance and necessity of bap over
to mothers of large families whose
Arty rears Dy mlllloss of mothers for
tism. together with the useful lessons their children while teething, with perfect 40. Medford................................................ 2 25 work is never done, and many of
to same, sheriff's deed to lot 12.
that we should draw for ourselves on success. It soothes the child, softens the Same
blk 10. Medford.........................................
6 34 whom suffer, and suffer for lack of
gums, allays all pa'.n. cures wind colic and Is
witnessing its administration.
the best remedy tor Diarrhoea. Is pleasant to
Total..................................................t 2,862 83
taste. Sold by druggists In every part ot
To women, young or old, rich or
Rev. 8. A. Starr, a notorious liber the
the world, Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its
poor, Mrs. Pinkham, of Lynn, Mass.,
tine. formerly a resident of southern value
la incalculable. Be sure and ass for
extends her invitation of free adviee.
Choice Property for Trade.
Oregon, who was suspended from the Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no
Oh, women ! do not let your lives be
ministry on accouot of gross im other kind.
The undersigned has eight acres of sacrificed when a word from Mrs.
morality, appealed his case to the
ch ice land, suitable for gardening, Pinkham, at the first approach of
Northwest Methodistconference. The
adjoining Grant’s Pass, and two good
Fred Croker, alias Charles Read, lots with a small building on them,
Judiciary committee thereof heard
tiie case at Tacoma. Wash., behind wanted in Seattle for obtaining money located well in Josephine county's
closed doors Jan. 23d. Rey. 11. W. under false pretenses, was captured at metropolis, which he will trade for
Kellogg, D. D.. of the Taylor-Street Grant's Pass Saturday afternoon land situated in Jackson county, the
church, Portland, acted asprosecutor, after a lively chase. Chief Meredith central part preferred. Address
and I>r. Starr conducted his defense. of Seattle sent a description and photo
P. M atzgolf , Grant’s Pass.
The vote stood 12 for aoiultta), 3 to graph of Read to Marshal Bell of that
sustain the Portland verdict, and one place a few days ago. The officer soon
blank. This action does not reflect located him underan assumed name as 00<X><XX><XX><><><>0<XH>0-00<><XX><>0
any credit on Starr or his acquittors, the man who recently bought out the I
as lie I* guilty of the act he was restaurant of Bert Cort hell. When
Cut this Coupon out. It Is worths
charged with and others of a worse confronted with the charges he denied
his identity; but while the marshal 50cts on each dozen Photos, if pre-?
had gone out to send a telegram to sented at H. C. Mackey & Boyd's?
studio on or before March 1. 1901. o
WANTED—Capable, reliable person
in Seattle, Read, who was left in charge
every county to represent large company of of the day policeman, stepped out of
solid financial reputation.
year; payable weekly; |3 per day absolutely the room on some excuse and slipped
H. C. M ackey & B oyd ,
sure, and all expenses; straight, bona-fide, out of tne back door.
definite salary, no commission; salary paid able trouble he was finally located in
Medford, Ore. 9
each Saturday and expense money advanced
e»<h w-.-«x S tandard house , sm dbah - the house of Mrs. King, near the fac
tory, and made no resistance. The
bors S t .. C hicago .
prisoner is a small man about 40 years
of age, and has one daughter in Seat SPIELMAN—PHIPPS—In Jacksonville, st
the Catholic Church, Jan. 28, 1M1. by Father
Berthiaume, P. G. Spielman and Miss Eliza
K lamath L odge N o . 137, 1. O. O.
Phipps of Medford.
A County Seat Bill Introduced.
F., Klamath Falls.—W VV Hazen, N
—BOURGEOIS—In Ashland. Jsi. 22.
G; J F Goeller, V G; Wm Terrill. Sec:
Senator Brownell of Clackamas 1001. by Rev. M. J. Hickey, Wm. Tobin and
J W Siemens, Treas; W E Clark, county I* the author of a bill that pro Miss Maria a . Bourgeois.
War: GeoL Humphrey, Con; Wallace vides that a special election for the
weakness, may fill your future years
Baldwin, Chap; J V Houston, R S N relocation of the connty-seat shall be
with healthy- joy.
G; E E Straw. L 8 N G: ST Sum held only upon petition uf five-eighths
“ When 1 began to take Lydia E.
mers. 1 G; Ross Boyd, O G.
of the legal voters of th« county, the
’s Vegetable Compound 1 was
P rosperity R kbkkah L odge N o . necessary number to be determined by PLYMALE—At Salem. Jan. 20. 1001, to Mr. Pinkham
not able to do my housework. I suf
104. Klamath Fall*.—Mrs T E Boyd, the vote* cast at the preceding elec and Mrs. Walter Plymale, a daughter
terribly at time of menstruation.
N G; Mrs Emma Grigsby, V G: Kate tion. Before such special election Is STINE—At Yreka. Calif., Jan 23, 1001, to Mr. fered
Several doctors told me they could do
Clopton, Sec; Mrs Alfa Castel, Treas; held 90 days’ notice shall t.e given, and and Mrs Melville Stine, (nee Miss Emma nothing
for me. Thanks to Mrs. Pink
Mr* M F Sutton, Chap.
a majority of the votes cast Is required Plymale) a son.
advice and medicine I am now
M edford L odge N o . 83. I. O. O. to change the location of a county PEYTON—In Big Butte Precinct. Jan. 14. 1001. ham's
well, and can do the work for eight in
F., in*talled by District Deputv Z. seat. If no town receives a majority to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Peyton, a daughter.
Maxey.-I A Webb, N G; G C Noble, of the vote* cast, another election DARLING—At Gold Hill. Jan. 10, 1001, to Mr the family.
“ I would recommend Lydia E.
V G; E W Calkins. Sec; Z Maxey, Fin shall be held a year subsequent. In and Mrs. Bert Darling, a son.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to all
Sac; F Amann, Treas: J W Lawton, the event the second election decides
mothers with large families.”—Mrjj.
War: J R Wilson, Con; Frank Wil nothing, no further election shall be
C ahiuk R ki . i . evii . i . k . Ludington, Mich.
son, R S N G; W T York. L S NG: held for a period of five years. The
J G Goble. RS V G; J II Stewart, L bill also provides that no election for
8 V G; D G Karnes. R S S; J W Rich a relocation of acounty-seat shall take LEWIS—At Jacksonville. Jan. 28, 1001. Mary
ard* >n, L 8 8; F E Payne, 1 G; H place within five years after the es E.. wife of Geo N. Lewis, a native of Marion
H. Harvey. O G.
tablishment or relocation of a coun tv oounty; aged 16 years. 6 months and 1* days.
R kbkkah L odge . Grant’s Pass.
WELCH—Near Dairy, Klamath eonntv. Jan.
21, 1001.of consumption. Mrs. W L. Welch;
Miss Mae Smith, N G; Mrs Gertrude
For Infants and Children.
age! about 60 years
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Gregor, L S of N G; Mis* L M Davis,
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Monday morning. Jan. 28th, Peter
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lock. the ceremony tielng performed
by Rev. Father Berthiaume. John
Orth of Jacksonville and Mis* Mar
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maid. Artcr I he ceremony the wedding
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and enjoyed -i sumptuous repast.
The happy con pin left on the train
for Medford, accompanied by the best
wishes of many friend*. They Intend
going shortly to Buffalo. N Y., where
Mr. 8., who is kii energetic. Intelligent
voung man. will engage In bu*fne*s.
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