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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1901)
Jacksonville Reading Circle held an
other of its delightful meetings—at
the residence of Mrs. Dr. Robinson last
Rev. Mr. Hansen will hold services I
Judge I)sy of Jacksonville wag with
Look out for Dre.
Thursday afternoon, which was at us Sunday.
at the M. E. church In Jacksonville
THURSDAY............. JULY 26. 1901
morning and evening.
Miss Minnie Cox of Central Point bundav
Rev Father Berthiaume will hold | K dull, throbbing pain, accompanied
All kinds of lubricating oil for sale dames Miller, Whlpp, Reames and has been visiting in Medford.
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services at the Catholic church In b.v a sense of tenderness and heat low'
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gore have been Jacksonville, Sunday, July 28th, at 10 down in the side, with an occasional
Mrs. H. B. MI'ler and her family,
Those who have promised us wood
shooting pain, indicates Inflammation.
accompanied by Mrs. Theresa Jackson, rusticating au Wagner’» seda springs, o’clock A. M.
8. H. Jones will hold services On examination it will be found that
C. J. Armstrong of Pooh Bah wan in are requested to deliver It sooo.
have left Eugene for China, to Join
Mrs. W. B. Moore lias been visiting at Rev.
the Presbyterian church in Jack the region of pain shows some »well
Elegant home-made candies of all Mr. Miller, who i« a U. 8. consul in her father, J. J. Holt of Eugene, and
sonville every Sunday, excepting the ing. This is the first stage of ovaritis,
that country. They left San Francis his family.
Mr*. Dr. lllne* of Forest Grove 1» kinds a leader at Joe Wetterer’s. *
4th Sunday in the month, when he inflammation of the ovary. If the roof
on a government transport, and
visltlug at Ashland.
Full assortment manila and sisal co
will preach at Geld Hill and Wood of your hou»e leaks, my sister, you have
will go via Honolulu, Maniiaand Nag Mrs. Fred. Roper of Grant’s Pass ville.
Ella Williams) has teen visiting
it fixed at once; why not pay the rame
F. J. Bolt of Thompson creek spent
asaki, Japan, consuming about two (nee
Mrs. Orrin Davis.
G erman B ai - tist .—Elder 8. M. respect to your own body ?
Sunday in Jacksonville.
Trespass notices, printed on cloth, months in making the trip.
Eby will hold service« at the follow You need not. you ought not to let
Mrs. A. 8. Hammond, who lias been ing
John Dyur of Telent was at the on sale at T ub T imes Printing House.
Two nlnes.composed of /ishland and
places: Lit and 3d Sunday in each yourself go, when one of your own sex
county-seat a few days ago.
Chris Ulrieii has disposed of the Medford boys, played a game of base
month, at the church near Talent; sec
wagon he advertised for sale In T he ball at Jacksonville Sunday. The
ond, at the Naylor school-house; 4th
Geo. M. Lance of Foots creek, tiie T
former won by a score of 22 to 18. There proved in health.
pioneer miner, is in town today.
The best brands of cigars, tobacco, were no sensational features,although
Bert. Barnes and Miss Maggie Mead etc., can always be found at Joe several lights between the players favorably known in Medford, d'ed at
Retail Market Report.
visited In Grant’s Pass last week.
were promised for awhile. The re her home In Reno, Nev., last week,
following quotations were
Mrs. A. L. Kltchln 1« visitIng at John B. Williams, an energetic turn game will take place at Ashland after a lingering illness.
made up this afternoon, and is an
Ashland, whore her husband is em farmer of Sam’s valley, is In town.
The firm of Whitman a Harrison, impartial report of the prices paid
His health Is improving steadily.
which has been conducting the Med by Jacksonville dealers:
Wheat—SOfaflOc per bushel.
Jesse McCall of Ashland, one of the ford bookstore fur sometime, was lately
Ed. Dunnlnglon and his family
The county clerk has Issued license
Flour—#1.50 (a »1.60 per 100 pounds
liaye returned from their trip to Ap to marry to Gabriel Plymale and best cl vil engineers in the state, was dissolved. Orrin Whitman will con Oats
—40c to 50c per bushel.
in Jacksonville Sunday. He will im tinue the business.
Hattie Howard of Medford.
Barlev—Rolled, #1.25 per cental.
mediately commence the survey of a
Rev. O. J. Gist, the popular minis
Hay—Per ton, baled, #10.
Mrs. A. A. Williams of Denver,Col.,
Girl of woman wanted, to do laun railway from near the head of F’«fls
Potatoes--#1.50 per hundred.
was a visitor In Jacksonville one day dry work, at the Colestin hotel. Ad creek to the main line of the 8. P. for ter. who recently took charge of the
church at Dayton Wash.,
Onions—lcfalj per pound.
dress H. C. Telford, Colestin, Oregon. tiie Rogue River Mining and Lumber Christian
Butter—25c(d50c per roll.
who will use it for the transpor has oeen joined by his family. We
District Attorney Rearues returned
Tiie people of Ashland have sub Co.,
Beans—3(060 per pound.
tation of the large quantity of lumber are sorry to lose these excellent
today from a professional visit to scribed alsiut »1500 toward extinguish they
Lard—134c per pound.
will supply the market with.
ing tiie debt Of the 8. O. Chautauqua
Eggs—15c per dozen.
The bridge across Bear creek has Sugar
The little daughter of Mr. Diedrich been
—D G. #6.70 per cwt.
Frank Nel) returned from Portland Association.
Poultry—#2.50 to »3.00 per dozen
Mr. Margreiter of Kansas is visit of Grant’s Pass was scalded so badly ties aud closed against travel. It is
tills momma. His family will remain
Hams—15 and 16c per pound.
ing ills nephew, John Margreiter of one day last week that site died a for us, and not the county, to put the
few iiours after tiie accident. Her structure io repair, which should be
Shoulders—124c per pound.
E. G. Borden of Woodville was
mother had put a tub or boiling wa
Side Bacon—lOfalSc per pound.
called to San Francisco last week by daughter.
ter on the floor, when tiie little one done immediately.
M m . A sna Arrow.
sickness in his family.
Wm. Koeppe, watchmaker and jew (in reaching up to a table that stood
Rev. Chas. H. Vail, socialist candi
helping hand to you, and
IL D. Stansell, son of W. R. Stan
of posite tiie postot!ice. Satis T imes learns that Mr. Diedrich and 1900, delivered a lecture on Socialism
will advise you without money and
sell, arrived from Cleveland last street,
tils family resided near Jacksonville at the opera house ( ne evening last every day. Let us answer it today. without price. Mrs. Pinkham's labora
week, and may remain sometime.
week. He is a fluent and logical Try Jell-O. a delicions and healthful tory is at Lynn. Mass. Write a letter
T. J. Kenney and Ills wife, Mrs. M. photos? You can see them at the
and pleased his audience.
dessert. Prepared in two minutes there telling all your symptoms and
Obenchain and Jas. Elliott are so Medford studio, oyer Reek’s hardware John Ramsdell,'the blarsted Hln-
No boiling! No baking! Simply add get the iteneflt of the greatest experi
glishman who has been living on
journing at Wagner’s soda springs.
store. Geo. W. Mackey proprietor. Rich gulch for so many years, had wheat, which sold from 25 to 45 cents boiling wate and set to cool. Fla ence in treating female ills.
“ I was suffering to such an extent
vors:—Lemon, orange, raspberry and
Prof. W. A. Wann, one of the
C. F. Tilton, lately of Eugene, bls dreams rudely disturbed recently a bushel, were sayed from the tire strawberry. Get a package at your from ovarian trouble that my physi
faculty of tiie state normal school of has Dr. located
Ashland for tiie prac by a lot of yellow Jackets that had which destroyed tiie Cox He Perry grocer’s today. lOcts.
cian thought an operation would be
Monmouth, has been visiting at Ash tice of Ills at
profession. This makes made their nest In one of bis quilts. warehouse. It is not likely that the
They stung him many times and in building will tie put up this season.
live dentists In that city.
“Lydii> E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
flicted painful wounds, especially on
MB* Martha Cardwell, who has
pound having been recommended to
his hands: but with the bulldog tenac
been teaching school in Klamath
me. I decided to try it. After using
tiie Waterman place, situated ity for which he is noted Johnnie business man of Gold Hill, made our
county, returned to Gold Hill last sold
several bottles 1 found that I was
finally conquered ills enemies aud accompanied by his cousin, Frank
For Infants and Children.
cured. My entire system was toned
Murray, recently from Wisconsin.
consigned them to a fiery grave.
up. and I suffered no more with my
Rogers, who left for his home in Pitts
Max Mnlier, who has been repre
C. Plumerth of Ashland has had
Chas. J. Meier, who Is at Day’s burg, Pa., after a pleasant visit in The Kind You Have Always Bought ovaries.”—’.lits. A nna A ston ,Troy. Mo.
senting Banner lodge in the supreme Ills J. pension
to #8 a month. creek. Douglas county, in company southern Oregon.
lodge of the A. <J. U. W., returned 1. J. Stacy of increased
Sam’s valley has had his with Dick and Jay Schieffelln, in ttie
Ethel Hardin, a daughter of J. R. Signature of
lncrea-ed to lid a month.
GO TO THE BOSS FOR FISE
vicinity of the cabin where the late Hardin,
aged 10 years, while on her
H. G. Van Dusen of Astoria, state
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Ed. .Schieffelln, the noted miner, was way to Klamath county with J. Mor
fish warden, spent Friday night 13 T. Irma,
of Ashland, is suffering found dead, was severely wounded gan and his family, last week, slipped
Jacksonville. He Is on a tour of in with Milios
pox id a light form. Il nothing since. While handling his and fell under the wagon. One wheel
pistol, which is a large one, it fell passed over her, breaking several ribs
is the only case in the city.
For it’s the BEST In the world.
and went off, the bullet striking him and
Cha*. E. White of Ashland was in
a collar bone, as well as inflicting McCLF.NDON^BETTS—At Gold Hill. July 17,
He also sells it in large cr small
It is reported that the Grant's Pass it the right arm. The party is en
Jacksonville tiie forepart of Ltie week. and
1901, by J H R. Moreiock. J P . J. H. Mc
quantities for family use. Why
Igerns clubs will play a game of gaged in looking for the rich ledge other injuries. She was brought back Clendon
His health Is much better than it baseball
and Mlr.s Jessie D. Betts.
to Medford, and is recovering.
waste the time to make It when
was a few months ago.
PEACOCK—REHART—At Lakeview. July 10.
you can buy the BEST for little
next Sunday for a purse of #150.
1001. John W. Peacock and Mrs. Etta Rehart
I. M. Walker, who represents the
money. All cream kept in poree-
The Same Old Story.
Chas. Carney, Chris Keegan and P. which he made in his dairy.
DOWN—GRIMES—At Lakeview. July 6. 1901',
Albany college, Is In southern Oregon, Donegan,
lafn packers. He also makes a
in the Interest of that excellent aud
J. A. Kelly relates an experience
specialy of Ice Cold
per Appiegate Sunday, but brought Coos bav and held on the charge of
very worthy Institution.
to tnat which has happened LUEBCKE—BURTO—Near Klamath Falls.
those whom they promised so liber forgery, says that his name is A. B. similar
in almost every neighborhood in the
Manager Koehler, Supt. Fields and ally no trout.
Rector, and insists on being called United States, and has been told and Burto.
Master Mechanic Younger, of the S.
—ADAMS—Near Kerby, July 3,
A large quantity of newspapers, that. “A rose by any other name retold by thousands of others. He JOHNSON
1901. Thos. Johnson and Miss Roxy Adams,
of all kinds. Come now and keep
P: Co., were tn the valley last week suitable
would smell as sweet.” He probably says: “Last summer I had an attack daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Adams
on a tour of inspection.
walls, putting under carpets, etc., can would have escaped punishment if be of dysentery, and purchased a bottle
A. LEARNED, Prop.
Henry Wendt, Jr., and ills partner be obtained cheap, in quantities tx had paid one of the orders lie forged. of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
passed through Oregon a short time suit, at T he T imes Printing House* Its spuriousness was discovered by J. Diarrhaia Remedy, which I used ac
E. Enyart of Medford, to whom it had
since, en route to Idaho and Montana,
to directions, ana with entire
John McClendon and Carl Phelps, been transferred, and he gave Wil cording
ly satisfactory results. The trouble
with a photographic outfit.
—At Placer, July 14. 1901. to Mr.
wiio have been engaged in the liquor loughby a chance to square the mat was controlled much quicker than WILLIAMS
Geo. F. McConnell of Ashland his business at Gold Kill, dissolved ter. Instead of doing so he skipped former attacks when I use other rem and Mrs H. O. Williams, a daughter
accepted a responsible position In Mc partnership last week, the latter re for other scenes, and Mr, E. has been edies.” Mr. Kelly is a well-known WAKEMAN—In Pleasant creek prec'net. July
11, 1901, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wakeman, a
Cormick, Kaeltz.er a Co.’s big depart tiring.
biding his time to bring him to Jus citizen of Henderson, N. C. For
ment store at Redding, Cal.
The son of Rev. J. V. Milligan of tice; but it was about two years before by City Drugstore
PERRY—At Medford. July 17.1901, to Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Perry a daughter.
J. B. Wetterer, J. 8. Ortliand K. K. Portland, who formerly lived at Ash the opportunity presented itself.
KubJl spent a few days in the hills land, was drowned In the Willamette
WING—In Medford. Jvly 18. 1901, to Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Wing, a daughter.
south and west of town. They saw river one day last week. He was
cannot be molested until August 15th.
eiglit years old.
no deer, but got a shot at a grouse.
Not more than five deer can be killed
G. H. Kyler lias removed to Ander
Are now in elect to Buffalo, New York,
Mrs* J. Herberger found a small by a single person during the open son,
Chas. 11. Vescellus, tiie genial rep
Calif. Success to him.
ito you intend to attend the Pan-American
resentative of tiie California Wine A sum of money on toe streets of Jack season, which ends Nov. 1st. The
If so do not buy your tickets until you ha re
Brandy Co..successors to tiie 8t.<ieorge sonville, Friday, July 19th, which the skins of these may be sold by the per Miss Daisy Taylor of Grant’s Puss WRIGHT—At the Good Samaritan aospltal in
investigated the service of the
Portland, of erysipelas, July 14, 1901, Lester
vineyard, is interviewing his nu loser can recover by proving property son killing the deer after he has made his been visiting in Ashland.
Wright, son of W. T. Wright of Rcseburg;
merous customers in sout hern < )regon. and payiug for this notice.
affidavit to that effect and attached a
Miss Cora Lemon.the school teacher, aged 33 years, 4 months and 39 days
lie is in Jacksonville today.
The Ladles' Home Missionary Socie tag furnished by the state game ward wasat Jacksonville last week,filing on BELL—Near Glendale. July lb 1901. of peri
tonitis: Mrs. Dr. Clementina Fuller Bell.
Mrs. L. Reames aud tier family, ty will meet in the basement of the er. The penalty for violation of the homestead claim.
Our accomodations are THE BEST TH XT
Miss M. Pickett of Mills College. Presbyterian church Thursday after law is a tine of not less than $25 nor Geo. Cramer, the hardware mer
CAN BE HAD: our trains are always on
Halen Colvlg and Marie Nickell are noon, August 1st. A full attendance more than #500, together with tiie chant, has gone to bis old borne in
time: and employes courteous and »coom
costs of prosecution of said action: or Holland, on a visit.
W W V V W J
spending the day < m Rogue river. of the members is requested.
by imprianment in the county jail for
Ttie picnic Is complimentary to
Not long ago a tank of soda water
Fred. Cheshire, one of our most
Miss Pickett, who leaves for home In Fred. Roper’s store at triant’s Pass not less than 30 nor more than 120
day«, or by both such fine and impris worthy and popular young men, has
exploded; and last week the fountain onment.
gone to ban Francisco,to accept a good
From Pacific Coast to Boston *ia Buffalo.
Miss Jessie Lucas, who is assistant in Owen Dunlap's store at Phoenix
There are many ish in Rogue river position.
It you will send fifteen cents in stamps to
teacher of stenography and type blew to pieces. Both accidents did
aduress given below we will forward yon
at present and the hatchery located
Grant’s Pass has another dentist,
writing In the Portland Business considerable damage.
by return mall one of our large
in Trail creek precinct Is kept busy. Dr. W. W. Walker, a graduate of the
college, is spending her vacation in
The piles that annoy you so will During the past year about 4,000.000 Chicago College of Dental Surgeons,
Ashland. With Dr. and Mrs. Burnett. be quickly and permanently healed If
Miss Clara Johnson, Fred Nell and you use DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve. salmon eggs were taken from having located there last week.
Fred Engle, she start?d for Crater Beware of worthless counterfeits. tish there. Of these, about 2,500,000
Mrs. Dana, widow of the gentleman
Of the United States. Cuba and Porto Rico.
City Drug Store Jacksonville and the si it I on, where the young salmon who was killed at the Copper Stain
Any information regarding rates, accommo
dations. service, time, connections, stop
F. G. Plotner of Glendale, whose Dr. J. Hinkle Central Point.
were ted until they were three or four Springfield, ill., to look after her in
overs, etc., will be cheerfully furnish«^ by
hair has 4
wife died from small pox last winter,
The Southern Oregon Oil Co. is inches in length before being planted
B. H. TRUMBULL. Com 1 Agt.,
was in Jacksonville Sunday, accom down 150 feet, and the drill is passing in the river. A half million of the terests.
pan led by Mrs. Shea and his two through a formation of hard cement. eggs taken were silver salmon and
Marshal Lockhart has been in*
It is starved. It keeps ►
children. The latter were placed in F. A. Gross, the expert driller, states steelhead trout. All of the silver sal structed by Mayor Kremer to enforce
St. Mary’s Academy, a superior In tills is the same formation he encoun mon were planted in Rogue river, as the !aw against gambling in Grant’s
coming out, gets
stitution for tiie education and train tered in the Bakersfield district, where were also about one-haif of the steel Pass. lie has also notified the Tar >4
thinner and thinner, ►
Ing of young people.
Fiat contingent to “move on.”
he whs employed as a driller, says the
to various points iu the east, one
spots appear, 4
J. B. Scott, the enterprising opera Town Talk.
Prof. J. M. Schilling of Carbon,
being made to Tuxedo Park, Wyo.
tor In mines, Is In Jacksonville, en
The ex-liquor dealers of Ashland shipment
, who was elected principal of k4 then actual baldness.
route to Indian creek. Calif ., where he who were convicted of selling without
the Grant’s Pass schools, having an
has become Interested In property license, have appealed from the de city.
nounced that he would be unable to k4
with capitalists living at St. Paul and cision of Judge Hauna, which sus
serve, on account of ill health, Prof.
St. Cloud, Minn., some of whom are tained the proceedings In the recor
F. E. Young of Pawnee, Neb., has
also associated witti him in the Rising der’s court. Tlx cases will be taken
Left my place oh Poorman's creek, been chosen in his stead.
Star and other mine*. T h « T tmkh to the supreme court as soon as pos about four weeks ago, one dark gray
Fish Warden Van Dusen and Dis
wishes him the fullest measure of sible.
mare, heavy mane and tall, 7 or 8 trict Attorney Reames were at the >4 buy
Steamboat district has become a years old, weighs about 1200 pounds,
maintained on Applegate by
favorite place with many In search of branded with open link on left hip: dam
Robinson Bros., Mrs. Sheehan and k4 is —
Excursion to Portland.
pure mountain air, cool, refreshing had on a small bell when she left. I others
a few days ago, and gave in ►
The Woodmen of the World have breezes and a good place to hunt and will pay a suitable reward for her re structions for the building of a fish
completed arrangements for an ex
way. Few salmon or salmon trout ► 4
cursion to Portland. Round-trip fare
ever get above the dam, which caused
feeds - -------- —
will be only »9.25. ft will leave Med families and Mrs. J. A. Slover, all of
the roots, stops 4
ford on Friday morning, August 2, Grant’s Pass, are now camping there.
Pass W., L. & P. Co. will do likewise.
For Over Fifty Years
1901, at 4:21 o’clock. Returning,leave
starvation, and the ’4
An alarm of tire was sounded Satur Mas W inslow ' s S oothisg 8vaur has been Our citizens are considerably agi
Portland on Friday morning, August day morning, to which the firemen used for oblldren while teething. It soothes
and enjoyable trip on
hair grows thick and >4 The moat thia Interesting
9th, at 8:30 o’clock. Tickets on sale responded promptly. Some sparks the child, sottena the gum», alln,s all pain,
continent is over the pop
in Jacksonville at the postoffice. In from a stovepipe had fallen on the cures wind ool’o. and la the best remedy tor poses to make a reservation of about
Diarrhoea. Twenty live oenta a bottle. Sold by two fifths of the western part of the
Medford at Jackson county bank.
roof or a building used as a summer druggists
throughout the world.
Choice of two routes through the Rocky Moun
county, which includes the greater ► druff also.
tains and tour routes esst of
kitchen byGus. Newbury, and started
portion of the district embracing
Denver ana ruebte.
Working 24 Hour* a Day.
A Farm far Sale.
guished before any damage resulted.
at Salt Lake Chy er any
Illinois river, Josephine, Briggs
where between Ogden and
There’s no rest for those tlrelem The Tidings says that C. W. Mar
A 120-aer* tract, all fenced, 70 scran un
der cultivation, free soil and easily cultivated and Sliver creeks. Such a proceeding
little workers—Dr. King’s New Life tyn,W.
F. Farrier,W Everton,M. Mc- 1s on the public road a quarner of a tn!let rom might militate much against the de
Pills. Millions are always busy, cur
Sams valley poatoffloe—Improved velopment of the mines in that terri
color to faded or gray k4 THROUGH CAR SERVICE.
I). E. McCarthy. W. Luster Moonvllle,
ing Torpid Liver, Jaundice, Bilious Gregory,
with a dwelling bouse with tour rooms below
hair. Mind, we say >4
ness, Fever ana Ague. They banish ployes, are Interested in an 18-inch and wood shed, Rock creek flows through the
Sick Headache, drive out Mhlarla. vein of quartz, situated in Hungry land, a good well of watur at the house and a
Perfect Dining Car Service.
Land for Sale.
Never gripe or weaken. Small, taste creek district and not far from Cole«, good well at the barn, all miles from Gold Hill
MEALS A LA carte .
St .00 a Matti*. All draggiata.
nice, work wonders. Try them. 25c Oallf.. which is well-defined and half cask at time of aale, balance on one year's
I have 1560 acres of tand, all in one ►
at City Drug Store.
** I have found your Hair Vigor
Ask your neareat tieaet agent tor tickets via
assays #500 to the ton In some places. cash at option of the pnrebaeer.
is situated 18 miles from Jacksonville,
to be tba boat remedy I bare ever
tba Denver A Rio Grande Railroad, Seama lino
SWlnqutre of su . a S J. D a Y, real eetate 12 miles from Central Point, and lu
tried for tbe hair. Mv hair was
John Bashor of Harrison township, agent.
of the World.
falling ont very bad. so I thought
Deacriptive matter mailed upoe application.
Indiana, recently made a deed to the
miles from Medford. I will sell this
I would try a bottle of It. I nad
E. B. DUFFY.
Intelligent young men, from 17 to M. E. conference of the northern dis
land in tracts of 100 acres up until all
used only one bottle, and my hair
19 years of age, having common trict of that state of 270 acres of land,
»topped falling out, and it 1» now
ItM Third St.,
is sold, at #10 per acre. It is good
school education, to learn mechanical valued at #20,000. It Is provided that
farming and grazing land, and a good ► real thick
N axcv J. M ovstcastli ,
trades. For full information apply #2,18)0 be used for the support of the
July S», li«a.
County Treenurer'n 15th Notice.
or write to Union Iron Works, 222 Bashor Chapel and »2,000 for tomb Who are Injured by the u^e of ooffee. Recent sell all, or as low as 100 acres in a I
Market St., San Francisco.
WWVo »Aw DooVor.
stones for Mr. and Mrs. Bashor. The stores a new preparation called GRAIN-O. tract. Inquire of W m . B ybee . Jack ►
Max Muller, county treasurer, irive«
Wo will lend you hl. book on Tbe
remainder will be used for the build made of pure grains, that takes the place of sonville Or.
notice that there are funds in the
Hale and Scalp. A»k him any qua»-
ing of a deaconess orphanage home.
Uon yon wi.h about your hair. Tua
countv treasury for the redemption of
The moat delicate stomach receives It
will receive a ojomnt ,«n»F»r »«•-
This is the most notable vliaiity gift coffee.
all outstanding warrtnts ^..■*e-«ked
Da. J. C. AY ER,
M. O. Warner, the expert plan ever
without distress, and but few can tell It from
made in Elkhart county, Ind. coffee. It does not cost over q as much. Bwn th»
Si IM K|n<i Y om Haw llways Boucit
from Dec. 1. 1897, to l>ec. 31, 1897,
tuner, will be in Jacksonville In a few Mr. Bashor
I-an uncle of Mrs, Anna Children may drink it with great benefit, lit
both dates Inclusive. Interest on ths
? F w w.. w w y V w ▼
days. Reserve your orders for him. Moral of Jacksonville.
cis. anrtghctn per package. T,y It. Ask for
, same ceased July 5,1901.
He guarantees his work.
THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES
Illinois Central Railroad.
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Go East Over
Denver & Rio Grande
Scenic Line of the World
Salt Lake Cityand Denver.
There is a Class of People