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WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
In a word tbit tell® of me passenger
Almost everybody ’ who reads the news
papers is sure to ki mow of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
i l Kill
I the great kidney, liver
Eight trains run daily between
L and bladder remedy,
Chicago »nd St Paul, comprising the
r It is the great medL
' cal triumph of the nine
AATEST PULLMAN SLEEPERS,
teenth century; dis
PEERLESS DINING CARS,
I covered after years of
LIBRARY AND OBSERVATION CARS,
scientific research by
FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS.
Dr. Kilmer, the emi
The 2Jth Century Train Runs Every Day of
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
Electric Lighted. Steam Heated.
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmei ‘s Swamp-Root is not rec
The Badger State Express, the
Finest Daily Train Running Between ommended for everything but if you have kid
St. Paul and Chicago, via The Short ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, In private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
Connections from the West made
chase relief and has proved so successful in
: : : via : : :
every case that a special arrangement has
been mads by which all readers of this paper
The Northern Pacific,
who have not already tried it, may have a
Great Northern And
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
Canadian Pacific Rys
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
This is also the best line between Omaha.
When writing mention reading this generous
St. Paul and Minneapolis.
offer in this paper and
AU agents sell tickets via
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bing
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and Home of 8»unp-Rooc.
W. H. MEAD,
H. L. SISLER.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
The North-Western Line.
The Finest Train in the World.
The Northwestern Line
48 Alder St.. Portland Ogn.
G reat N orthern
Shortest jnd Quickest Line
ST. PAUL, DULUTH. MINNEAPOLIS,CHICAGO
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers
Dining and Buffet Smoking Library Cars.
DAILY TRAINS! FAST TIME: SERVICE
AND SCENERY UNEQUALED.
Tickets to points East, via Portland and the
GREAT NORTHERN RY., on sale at any
Southern Pacific Depot Ticket Office, or
GREAT NORTHERN Ticket Office
122 Third Street.
For Rates. Folders and full Information
regarding Eastern Trip, cal on or address
A. B. C. DENNISTON,
City Pass, and Ticket Agent, Portlan
GOING TO BUFFALO?
IF SO USE THE
la tbe Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
William Robinson, Plaintiff,!
George Hoffman, as admlnls-j
trator of .be estate of John i
Bolt, deceased: Elizabeth
Bolt.widow of said John Bolt, I
deceased; George N. Bolt:
L. E. Hoffman; Emma Bolt;
Lucy McVey; John E. Bolt; I Suit to fcre-
Fred Bolt and Florence Boil, [ close mortgage
as Heirs at Law of the said I
John Bolt, deceased; Cora,1
Bolt, wlfeof George N. Bolt; I
George Hoffman, husband of |
said L. E. Hoffman, and j
N G. McVey, husband of |
said Lucy McVey, and H C. |
To H C. Austin, one of the aoove named de
Is the N ame or the S tatx or O regon : You
are hereby required to appear in the above en
titled suit and court, and answer the complaint
on file against you therein, witbin six weeks of
toe date of tbe first publication of this sum
mons. which date of the first publication there
of is Thursday, April 96. 1901; and, if you fail to
so appear for want thereof plaintiff will apply
to said court for tbe relief demanded in his
Tbe relief demanded is the foreclosure of a
certain mortgage executed and delivered by
John Bolt, deceased, and Elizabeth Bolt to
to John Pool on December 18. 1897, to secure the
payment of a certain promissory note made by
tbe said John Bolt, deceased, and Elizabeth
Bolt, for 63UU. payable December 18. 1898. with
interest at tbe rate of 10 per cent pey annum,
which said mortgage and note was duly as
signed in December. 1910, to said pla'ntiff, and
which mortgage conveyed unto plaintiff for
that purpose the following described real prop
Lot No. 2. and the southwest quarter ot the
northeast quarter, tbe northwest quarter of
the southwest qu irter of Section 5, of township
39 south, range 4 west of. W. M., containing
189.39 acres, together with the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto
belonging, and all the estate, right, title, in
terest, dower. claim and demand whatsoever
of the said John Bolt and Elizabeth Bolt In
and to tbe same.
And a further decree.barring and foreclosing,
you and each of tbe defendants, of and from any
and all right, title and Interest in or to said
real property, and every part thereof.
This summons Is published by order of Hon.
H. K. Hanna, one of the judges of the above
entitled court, which order was dated In
Chambers, April 13, 1901. and required this
summons to be published In the D emocratic
T imes in Jacksonville. Oregon, for six consecu
tive weeks from the date of the first publica
tion thereof, and requires you tp answer this
cause on or before tbe last day within said
A. N SOLISS,
Attorney tor Plaintiff.
Perhaps you are an exception to ths
rule, but If you are not you have prob
ably on many occasions, just after look
ing at your watch, been forced to ac
knowledge to a friend who asked you
the time that you did not know what It
was. Yet you undoubtedly took your
timepiece out of your pocket, looked at
Its face and carefully replaced It in
your pocket, showing a logical se
quence of thought and a well defined
object, which did not, however, result
in leaving a sutticiently distinct im
pression on your mind to satisfy your
friend's curiosity as to the hour of the
day. The motion was not an Involun
tary one, like that of the boy who can
not too often admire his first chronom
eter, nor yet habitual, for few persons
are merely in the habit of taking out
their watches. One does so only for a
Now, how may til's seeming contra
diction be accounted for? Perhaps the
reason Is tiiat not once In ten times
does a man look at his watch to see
whht the actual time is. but rather to
learn whether he still has time to ac
complish some purpose. Ho may want
to keep an appointment at a certain
time or to I k 1 sure not to miss a boat
or train. When he takes out bls watch,
therefore, he instinctively looks for
the hands In the position called for by
that particular moment, and when he
sees that they have not yet reached
that point he returns the watch to Its
resting place, with his mind relieved.
The actual position of the hands real
ly plays no part at all In the opera
tion, and so when tbe time is asked of
him ho Is unable to reply. In other
words, he accomplishes the paradoxical
feat of intently looking at a thing with
out really seeing it
A woman who lias had experience
with this disease, tells howto prevent
any dangerous consequences from it.
She says: Our three children took
whooping cough last summer, our
baby boy being only three months old,
and owing to our giving them Cham
berlain’s Cough Bemedy they lost
none of their plumpness and came out
in much better health than other
children whose parents did not use
this remdy. Our oldest little girl
would call lustily for cough syrup be
tween whoops.—Jessie Pinkey Hall,
Springvi’le, Ala. This remedy is for
sale by City Druir Store.
A«k y iur T.cket Agents to make your ticket
read via the
Gree t Hock Island Route
from L uve-.
Write for folder.
G. A . Po.tland, Oregon.
S cotch R emedy
is the greatest absorbent in the
world and does its work through
the pores of the ekin.
Don’t Hub It lit
St. Mary’s Academy,
The best phyaiciand use it, L
prescribe it and unite with the C
general public in eaying ;
Shnp-’y wet the afflicted part freely
with the remedy aud in a few m*u-
utea the p«in la gone.
T ht school continues the careful training
and thorough Instruction for which It la favor
The Music Department
“Srp/vA /femedy it the but X
external remedy known."
Sold by all druggists at jc cents
SCOTCH REMEDY CO.
Is always In charge of competent and exper
ienced teachers. Board and tuition per session
of twenty weeks, M0.0U. Studies will be resum
ed September 3. 1900.
For prospectus, address
“Nd.” said h TT? u ; p ,> "bowman. ”1
won’t say that we hrfn Jbe biggent
giant tbdt ever happened, Gut KJs a
solemn fact what 1 am going to .tell
you. This giant had a pencbaoce, or
whatever you call lt.\for trying new
styles of whiskers?’
"Well, when he wonted fly1PW style
laid out he had to send for a ia.'tdscape
¡»IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE <
AMYWHBRB AT ANYTIMB
Abstracts made to Tltlea of
Orders for Hack«. Muggle» and Riding Horses
promptly attended to.
Feeding done at reasonable rates. Best of
care taken to prevent accident«, but will be re
sponsible for none should they occur
Will refuse to do livery work on credit.
GEORGE N. LEWIS. Prop.
REAL ESTATE AG’T.
-E.C. DAB’S ADVERTISING AGEICT■
64 a 6g Merchant«* Exchange
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
M e aWH I M ISI USI SI S I,
»fall Kind drawn up especially pertalnlnr to
the settlement of estates
tccounts Collected, Prompt Remittance.
Investment securities a speoJalty. Jsckeon
bunty Scrip bought and sold.
I have a complete set ot maps ot all survs' ed
ends In this oounty, and receive Abstraoi.
tenthly from Roseburg Land Office, the Land
lepartmentof tbeO AC R R and the State
,aml Department at Salem of all new entries
tads lam hus prepared to make out bome-
tead papers and can save to part.es tbe ex-
eoeeof s trip to tbe Roseburg land office
keve e Number of Fine Farme end other
Deelreble Property In my bonds fe.
What is CASTOR IA
Castorin is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrluea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures CoiiMtipation
and Flatulency. It UPsiinilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy ami natural sleep.
Tbe Children’ll Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
do nothing to get rid of it.
The Rev. W. Buckland, from
ments on toads in holes of oolitic lime'
stone and saDdstooe covered with
glass, finds that, wbllp limestone pre
served them alive, sandstone killed
them. H h conclusion ts that unless a
tosd Imprisoned In a stone gets a little
air k cannoq live a year, 1M unless It
gets food 1« r-ens-.
Prevented a Tragedy.
Timely information given Mrs. Geo.
Long of New SVnltsville, Ohio, pre
vented a dreadf'H tragedy and saved
two lives. A frightful cough had
long kept her awake every night. She
had tried many retrrtdles and doctors,
but steadily grew wor«e until urged
to try Dr. Ki ng’s New Discovery. One
bottle wholly cured her, and she
writes this marvelous medicine also
cured Mr. Long of a severe attack of
pneumonia. Such cases are positive
proof of the matchless merit of this
grand remedy for curing all throat,
chest and lung troubles. Only 50c and
Every bottle guaranteed
Trial bottles free at City Drug Store.
«PProTi->t reply made to all letters. Chers-
s In accordance with >he times
Refers, by perm I salon. Hon. H. K Hanna
idge of the 1st Judclal District, and to ant
usiness bouse 'n Jacksonville.
SILAS J. DAY.
-»Alt. P ilis . “One cent a duae." Aidruntet.
V isits ’» S tatss L aho Orrict'
R osshuhc . O h X ook , A pku . li. twi.
Notice Is hereby given that In compliance
with the provisions of the act o' Congress of
June 3, IE78. entitled “An act for the sale of
timber lands in tbe States of California, Ore
gon, Nevada and Washington Terrlkwy,” as
extended to all the Public Land States by act
of August 4, 1899. Willis R Stansell, of Jack
sonville, county of Jackson. Stalo of Oregon,
has this dav filed in thia office his sworn state
tnent No. 1639. for the purchase of tbeN. % of
8. W. M 8. E. X of S. W. q and 8 W. q of 8. E.
a of Section No 18 In Township No. 37 8,Range
o 3 K. and will offer proof to show that the
land sought la more valuable tor Its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes: and to es
tablish his claim to said land before the Reg
ister and Receiver of this office at Roseburg,
Oregon, on Saturday, the 22nd day of June,
He names as witnesses: T J Kenney
of Jacksonville. Oregon, John Winningham ot
Jacksonville. Oregon; Max Muller of Jackson-
-llle, Oregon; Qus Newbury ot Jacksonville,
->y and all persons clalm ng adversely the
-described lands are requested to file
’ 'alms In this office on or before said 22n<l
J T. BRIDGES,
<»•» ** *»
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
are the serious misfortune nine-
tenths of the women in the
world. Women should know of
Land Act June 3, 1878.
Its wonderful effectiveness in
these diseases has madeitthous-
ands of friends.
$1.00 per bottle at the
Blumauer-Frank Drug Co.
<MUSEUM OF ANATOMY
».fftn-ii irumedlata relief, but sarmanaRtI
ears. The ;>octor does not claim to perform
njlradJm. but :e WfU Know a to be a lair and I
moare Fherictan and ftnrgeon.pro-a m laaai
In bls «per laity—Mlaeaaaaa af ■•a. »
RTPHIM® thoroughly erWtaateA A mb
x >e ayatam witboot the uae
Vraiaaaa fitted by an Rxbert Maa^fleaal
emra for Ruptnra. A quick and mdikMi ,
eyre for Fllaa. Flaeara and Flatalaa.br 1
Dr. Jordan*» aparial palnlewa matboda
ETBBT MAN apnlytn<laiawlU reaMvb ’
•or Aonrjrt oafnion of lilacnmplalrjt.
Wil will OunrnntM a tOHITIVt QU&J+i I
every eriM we underrnba
Conantatlon FitKK and etrkrtfy prlvaHa
CHAHGEit VKHY REASONABLE.
Treatment peraonally or by latter.___
Write b* tVN»k. PHILOAOrMT MF
MARRIAWK. MilLBDFkB® UraiaMl
bookrtor men.) Oaii or write
DU K»ROAN A 00.. I0AI Marfat 0UM. R.
Denver & Rio Grande R. R.
..Scenic L<ne of the World...
HETWEEN THE MOHTIIWKHT AID ALL
SOI STS BAST.
Choice of Two Routes through the famous
Rocky Mountain Scenery
L axd Orrics,
kuos, Mar 91, iqol.
And Four Routes East of
that In compliance
Notice Is kereby give»
ol eosgress of
Pueblo and Denver.......
with the provision» of the -
the sale of
June 3. 1878, entlt/id an a»- Callforali Ore All Passenger» granted a day stop-ovor In the
Mormon Capital or anywhere between Ogden
timber lands In the srateg o’ u 'orrllory. ex-
gon, Nevada sod Wsehtngiotf a
e. .L o>
and ilenver Personally conducted Tourist
tended to all thepvbllc Ushd states
Excursion« three days a week to
August 4. I8P2, John»' WlfictaghaiFih.
Ville, oounty of Jackson, »»ate of
this day filed In this ol.fice hts'syrdrn »S*».
No 1841, for the purchase tf the noftSoA
quarter of Section No AS In TcwbshlpNr/
Range No I w. and wl.'l offer prtxif to «not*,
that th« land sought Is more valuable for WT J. fit Tickets and aby Information Regarding
timber or stone than tor agricultural purposer ’• v «tes, Routes. ete„ pr for Descriptive Ad-
ertlslng Matter, «ail on Agent» of Ore-
and to establish his claim to said land tetfor«’
' gon RallWM * Navigation Co , Ore-
the register and receiver of tk *s office at Rose
burg on Friday, tbe 9tk day of > ugust. IMn . He
’ gon Short Line or Southern
nuraes as witnesses: J. R. t* Netll, W. K
Pact Se Companies
Stansell, L<w’n L’ Driggs and ChAS W ’4erow,
all of Jacksonville Jackson conn ty. Oregon
Any aud all person» claiming at'versely lbw
abovc-deacrl j«d land« are requa «ted to til» ’ General Pass. A Ticket
961 Wash. St.
their claim» In ibi» o’n< » on or wd«n e said irth,
day of August, 1901.
J T. BRIDGE«,
1 J ORNVEK*80-
LltlTSB ■ tat 99
In tns County Court of tbe Stateot Oregon, for
In the matter of the estate of M. K. Ml
NOTICE IS HEHEHY GIVEN THAT THE
D undersigned has been appointed by the
couuty court of Jackson county, Oregon, sit
ting lu probate, administrator of tbe estate of
M E. MInear, d> ceased
All persons Indebted to said estate arc re-
quested to settle tbe same Immediately, and
those having claim» against said estate will
fresent them to me at the office of a . N 8 o -
l»s,attorney at-law, Jacksonville, with proper
vouchers attschod, within six months after
the date of first publication of this notice.
Dated Muy 18, 1901.
Administrator of the estate of M E. Minear,
A. N. Sot.t»s, Attorney.
Nrdie# «,l'or Publication.
Bears the Signature of
A parish in the highlands bad been
cut off from coqjjtnunicatlon^ with the
nearest town'Tiwlng to a sevère snow
storm, relates The Scottish American.
Styiplles began to give out, and the
v visit DR. JORDAN'S srsat
min IsfeWin much perturbed In mind
ns ids snuffbox was quite èmpi/. ^Tbp
Sabbath came round. How was he to fri]| cure a ccugh or u old In ond f 1001 MARKET ST , SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
fkAiwm Rlffth tad a.V6«t*7
get through his discourse without tbe
aid of bls usual stimulant? He appeal
•‘ShUoh’t !® tfl unfailing* cure for cou<h&,
ed to his faithful henchman, the sex
throat and lung trouble«. It will ci re con*
euffiptton. It is a rciuarkabi« remedy."
ton. Alas, be was In a similar unsat
ar any contrail
A. E. BALTBR, M. D., Bufalo, N. Y.
isfactory predicament! How waa It to
< ur*4i by
Nhfioh’e Coneuxn|»flon Cure Is void by al!
be remedied? Andrew shook his head, drug^tHe
C gual Katabllahud 3® y wuirt,
at Sffc, /JOtS Fl OO a bottlr». A
thought long and suddenly disappear print«*«! guarantee
If you ar« not. natisfled |t° to your drutfgfal
ed. Presently he returned with some »utl
To>"?«r mrii * nd tnlddl#
get your money back.
Mid ■urn who are fbiifTerlrtf
thing resembling snuff wrapped care
ta of yoHturu! India*
Write i«?r illufitrated book on consumption. Sent
fully In paper. The minisìeT Jook a without
Crrtioi»« or rxu^aitaN tn maturar
cost to you. S.
Wells & Uo., LeRoy. N.Y
year®, NtFTouaand pUYMirai I'rMllty, !■* i
hearty pinch or two and then asked:
polenay, Ixni Jlnniioo® hi nil l(a com
cations; •pannalurrh’ri», Fi-Mlaiar- |
“Where did you get It. Andrew?”
rhwa, donorrboeaa, e if 9*, yrr«jtarna*y
Timlier Land Act Jure 3. 1878.
of Urinating, r»a. hy a conibiiiaikm of
“Please, sir. 1 just went and sweeplt
remadlaa, of treat curatW*
er. the llvotar
the pulpit oot,” was tbe reply.
haa «0 ®rFtn<ed Ida treatment that It win sal
Tu.de l.doaed In nock,
LIVERY FEED SALE
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its inthney.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good” are but
Ex|x'riments that tritle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
Story of a Slave.
To be bound hand and foot for years
By the chains of disease is the worst
form of slavery. George D. Williams
of Manchester. Mich., tells bow such
a slave was made free. He says: “My
wife lias been so helpless for Hye year’s
that she could not turn over In bed
alone. Alter using two bottles of
Electric Bitters she is wonderfully
improved and able to do her own
work.” This supreme remedy for fe
male diseases quickly cures neryous-
ness, sleeplessness, melancholy, head
ache, backache, fainting and dizzy
spells. This miracle-working medi
cine is a godsend to weak, sickly, run
down people. Every bottle guaran
teed. Only 50 cents. Sold by City
SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES.
Both banks of the Glvonne were In
German bunds; so wus Bulau, a small
village .icarer to Sedan than Baxelllus,
and soon after 1 o'clock no fewer than
420 German guns were hailing shells
Into the French army, which stood In
close formations within u space meas
uring less lbun two miles in breadth or
depth. Out of this terrible cauldron of
defeated troops ultout this time rode
tlte French cavalry In a heroic endeav
or to turn the fortunes of the duy and
retrieve tbe lienor of France.
Geueral Marguerltte, called by some
"the star of his arm," was struck In
the fiice by a bullet while riding out to
reconnoiter the ground before lie charg
ed. lie now handed over the cavalry
command to lie Galllfet. who for the
second time on that tremendous day
led the flower of French cavalry
against the enemy and for the space of
linlf an hour charged the German
ranks again and again on the hillsides
north of Sednti.
But the courage of the gallant horse
men was all lu vain. The arme blanche
was unequally matched against the
breechloadiug rifle held In steady
bands, and uo effort of the French
cavalry could withstand the slowly
tightening grasp of that fiery circle.—
rtew York’s Raines law regulating
saloons has yielded >61,000,000 to the
state and local treasuries since Its pas
sage five years ago. Saloons have de
creased from 33,000 to 27,000 and ar
rests for drunkenness diminished from
12 to 0 for each 1.000 of population.
Through the liberality of T. M. Baird,
Jr., of Victoria, B. C.. a tract of land
on the const of Vancouver island, oppo
An Abandoned Test.
Sir Hiram S. Maxim was once a vlc- site Caj>e Flattery, has been presented
tim of one of the British war office’s for a seaside botanical stwtlon of the
sudden freaks. When the Maxim University of Minnesota. Preparations
quick firing gun was being tested by are being made to open the work of the
tbe government with a view to finding station next June.
out its weak points. Its Inventor was
Many varieties of colored marbles
asked to have 10,000 rounds fired at tbe are found on the mountains surround
highest possible speed. The experi ing Carrara, in Italy. Two varieties of
ment was successfully carried out, but blue, dove colored marble, known as
the chairman of tbe committee of In “Bardlglio” and "Pavonaxro,” are well
known In the United States, the latter
vestigation was still unsatisfied.
“That’s very well as far as It goes.” especially being largely used and com
be exclaimed, “but could yon guaran manding a high price.
tee your gun to go on firing automatic
ally at tbe same rate for, say, 24
"I can,” was the quiet reply, "and 1
will—on one condition.’’
“And that Is?”
“That tbe government finds and pays people are killed every year in this
for tbe ammunition.”
At first tbe committee were Inclined country by CONSUMPTION. The
to close with tbe offer, but when It was fault is theirs. No one need have
discovered that 864,000 rounds would consumption. It is not hereditary.
be fired and that the cost of the experi
ment would be something like £5,760 It is brought on by neglect, You
they dispensed with thetriaL
have a slight cold and cough, You
rtlltelns tbe Waste Product.
PERSONALLY CONDCCTED EXCURSIONS 1.
Chicago and East taree days every week.
Tbroup Pu.imsn Sleepers, Salt Lake City
Tfc. Freaeh Cavalry at Sedaa.
too lei«« Wltkoat Saai**,
DO YOU GET UP
Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
S. K. Hooper,
R. G. Vichol
I d the County Court ot the Htato of Oregon for
In tbe matter of the estate of Rose Chavner.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THK
1 underklgnod has tieen appointed by tbe
county court of Jackson county, Oregon, sit
ting In probate, eiecutrlx of the estate ot Rose
All persons Indebted to aald estate are re
quested to settle the aim« Immediately, and
those having claims against said estate will
present lbomito Wm. MTColvIg attorney at law,
at his office In Jacksonville. Or . with proper
vouchers attach«' .within six months after the
date of firet publication of thia notice.
Dated May 9U. 1901.
K a TF. M, ANDREW.
Executrix of the estate ot Rose Chavner. de
W. M. Col.via. Attorney.
Notice is hereby given that In pursuance
of an order of Honorable Charles Prim county
judge of Jackson county. Oregon, made and
entered of reoord In the oouaty court for aald
ccunty on the 14th day of May, 1901,T will on
Saturday June 22, 1901,
at 9 o'clock r. w. of aald day, sell at the door of
the Gouri House, In Jacksonville, Oregon
The east half of the southwest quarter, the
northwest half of tbe southwest quarter, and
the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter
of section 4, In township 38 south, of range X
west of the Willamette Meridian, In Jackson
oounty, Oregon, containing ISO acres.
Thu same being the real property of Swan A.
Alender and Chas. J Alender, minor heirs of
John A. Alender. dcceasod
Said property la to be sold at public auction
to the highest and best bidder, for oaab, or up
on good sod sufficient seourlty.
J A. JEFFREY,
Guardian of the minora above named.
Dated May 90, 1901
The • Shasta - Route
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
Train leave Medford for Portland and way
stations at 4:91 A M and 4:89 r M
I L«.v. Portland
8 JO A M
~8:0ü r M
11:91 r m
19:66 A M
11:38 A M
6:10 « M
6:U0 A M
Arrlve San Francisco 7:46 « M
8:46 A M
arrive Ôgden________ 4:86 a m '
7:00 A M
9:30 A M
9:16 A M
Afflvj jfapsa» City ~7:~86 A M
7:96 A M
~8:30 A M
Arrive Cblcago______ 7 42 A M
Arrive 1,0» Ang li.’»
.■ im r m
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7;(X) a m
Àrrjyj jfay Qrlrans 8.Af p M
Arrive SVimbl^rtdn 8:42 A M
Arrive New ŸorG
18:10 r M
7:00 A M
8:30 r M
8:12 A It
19:10 r M
Pullman and tourist ears on bon. trains.
Chair cars Sacramento to Ogden anfi El
Pano, and tourist earn to Chteaffo St Louts
»’sw Orleans and Washington.
Direct connection at Aan Francisco with
steamship lines for Hawaii, Japan, China, ths
Phloppinea and Australia.
• For "hrough tickets and rates call on or ad
dress W. V. Lippincott Agont. Medford,
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