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THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES.
Now is the time to pay the printer.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1901
J. V. Kelzur’s infant son died at
Grant’s Pass on the lUtii.
Full assortment manila and sisal
cotton rope for sale at Nunan’s. 4
Elegant home-made candles of all
Mr*. F. R. Nell returned home this
kinds a leader at Joe Wetterer’s. 4
The scalps counted at the .Septem
Win. Cameron of Uniontown Is in
ber term of county court numbered 31.
Dr. C. R. Ruv of Gold Hill was In
The best brands of cigars, tobacco,
etc., can always be found at Joe
Judge E. B. Watson has returned to Wetterer’s.
Ills home In Portland.
Charlie McKenzie arrived from
J. H. Beeman of Gold Hill and his Pokegama, Klamath county, yester
wife tarried here Monday.
8. C. Tweedy and Nort Eddings of
J. W. Opp, Dr. Robinson and J. 8.
Gold Hill were with us the forepart
Orth were in Medford Monday.
of the week.
L. Reynolds Is at Medford, looking
Arthur Thompson is in town again,
after his brother’s feed stable.
having been a resident of Forest creek
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Gray of Med for sometime.
ford spent Tuesday at Jacksonville.
Ed. Day Is again employed in the
Hon. E. B. Dufur of Gold Hill is In lumbering regions of Pokegama, Klam
Jacksonville, on professional business. ath county.
A tine assortment of up-to-date
Mrs. Gertrude Barclay of Ashland
has returned from her visit in Cali visiting cards can always be found at
T he T ime « office.
Flags are living at half mast every
Mrs. M. Muller and Mrs. Dr. Robin
son were at Medford one day this where in Jacksonville and mourning
emblems are numerous.
Tom Merriman of Medford, an ex
Emil Hansen of Napa, Calif., a son
of Fred Hansen, is visiting in the cellent mechanic, will open a black
smithshop at Talent.
Win. Jennings and Ansel Gilson
Mr. and Mrs. Cowgill of Gold Hill
spent a few hours in Jacksonville have been found, aud all !• serene in
st. rllngvllle precinct.
Robt. Burkhart has returned to
J. H. Buffer, Sr., returned from hl8
trip to Josephine county yesterday Pleasant creek from Josephlnecounty,
where he, has been mining.
Joe Wetterer makes a specialty of
John Broad of Forest creek, the
well known miner, was In Jacksonville light drinks, fresh candies, nuts,
tropical and other fruits, etc.
The county clerk has Issued li
C. J. McLoughlin and C. C. Pursel
of Applegate were among us a few cense to marry to Henry DeBoy aud
Elizabeth A. Warble of Gold Hill.
Notes, receipts, drafts, due-bills,
Dr. De Bar went to Williams creek
last night, to attend Mrs. J. Il. Doak, etc., in book form, can always be ob
tained at T he T imes Printing House.
wiio Is quite 111.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Roper, now of Ba
Chris. Ulrich lately received 200.-
kersfield, Calif., are visiting in Ash <X»0 first class cedar shingle», which
land and Ptm-nix.
he will trade for baled hay or
Thos. E. Nichols of Butte creek, a grain.
pioneer suckman, was at the county -
There has been another spell of hot
weather, the mercury registering at
seat a few days ago.
Chas. Casedy and Louis Huseman over »0 degrees several times during
of Shasta valley, Calif., were in Ja:k- the week.
sonville again Tuesday^
A. E. Rearnes of Jacksonville and
P. E. Gerould of Portland, the popu W. E. Phipps of Medford have been
lar special agent of the National Ins. appointed notaries public by Gov.
Co., made us a call Tuesday.
Win. Koeppe, watchmaker and jew
Mrs. Hattie White of Medford was eler, is now located on California
In Jacksonville yesterday, escorting street, opposite the postothce. Satis
the grand matron of the O. E- S.
Mrs. M. A. Pryce and Mrs. Margaret
The State Fair commences next
Jones of Gold Hill precinct were Monday, continuing the balance of
visitors at the county-seat Tuesday.
the week. It will comprise a number
Walter Jackson, the veteran repre of first-class features.
M. F. Hanley this week sold to
sentative of Rosenfeld-Smith Co.,
was with us the forepart of the week. Louis Huseman of Hlsklyou county.
Calif., over 200 head of beef cattle,
Judge and Mrs. L. F. Willits of getting the lop price for them.
Klamath Falls, who have been visit
Memorial services will be held at
ing in the valley, returned home this
the Catholic church In Jacksonville
by Rev. Father Berthiaume. The bell
E. W. Anderson, who has been at will tie tolled an hour before.
the copper mine at the head of Apple
A good horse, works single or
gate, for sometime, was among us
double, and can also be ridden. Is
offered for sale by Chris Ulrich. He
Judge Benson will leave for Grant’s will take any kiod of produce.
Pass this week.to hold the September
term of circuit court, which convenes
Dr. Lowe, the well-known optician,
will be in ZiMiland .Sept. 19th to Sept.
21st; Medford. Sept. 23d to poon of
M J. Lay!-, »he genial commercial Sept. 25th. His glasses are best by
traveler, is cruising this territory lest.
again, representing J. D. Meyer of
Al. Perry paid Jacksonville a visit
the forepart of the week. He is em
Capt. M. F. Eggleston of Ashland is ployed at the saw mill conducted by
canvassing southern Oregon in the A.C. Manning, which Is located some
interest of the State Fair, and Is suc distance east of Ashland.
The circuit court,after being in ses
Mrs. Clara A. Marsden of Burns, sion over two weeks, will adjourn
grand worthy matron of the O. E. S. Saturday. It will reconvene dur
of Oregon, Is paying Adarel Chapter ing next month, when Judge Han.?a
of Jacksonville a visit.
Frank Olwell of Central Point
A burglar entered the drug store of
called Tuesday, accompanied by Mr. Dr. Caine of Gold Hill a few nights
Mlcbiels, the clever representative of ago and stole several One specimens of
Porter Bros, of Chicago.
quartz. No clue has been found as
H. E. Ankeny, accompanied by his yet.
wife and three daughters, returned
It Is reported, upon pretty good au
from Klamath county Tuesday They thority, that wedding bells will ring
will leave for Flugene In a few days.
In Jacksonville In a short time. The
8. H. McVey of .Smith River, Calif., parties interested are well and favor
and C. F. Lockwtxxi pf San Francisco, ably knowu.
experienced miners, left yesterday for
Rev. 8. H. Jones will not hold ser
the big copper mine on the Siskiyou vices in Jacksonville Sunday, as an
nounced, that lielng the dav on which
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Beekman went he holds services at Gold Hill and
to Ashland this morning, to meet Woodville.
t heir son, B. B. Beekman of Portland,
Frank W. Roach, formerly of Jack
who has been selected to deliver an sonville, and Mrs. Willis Kramer of
address during the memorial services Myrtle creek were elected king and
which will be held in that city.
queen of the carnival now progressing
W. T. Ellwanger of Portland, the at Roseburg.
clever representative of the Brad
W. T. Anderson, who purchased the
street commercial agency, called He»» place, which contains 400 acres
Monday. He has been Investigating ann is situated a few miles northeast
the financial condition of our business of Medford, has commenced the con
men, and reports them in a prosper struction of a new residence.
Hop-picking Is approaching a close.
Tlie quality of this year’s hops is
Still More Counterfeiting.
tirst-class, there being little damage
The Secret Service has unearthed another by lice or mold,'although the crop is
band ot counterfeiters and secured a large not as large as it was last year.
quantity of bogus bills, which are so cleverly
The funeral of the late President
executed that the average person would never McKinley will take place today. Pub
suspect them ot being spurious. Things of lic business, thevchools, etc., will be
great value are always selected by counter generally suspended, and appropriate
feiters for Imitation, notably the celebrated services will be held In the churches.
Hoste tter's Stomach Hitlers, which has many
mltatora but no equals for indigestion, dys.
pepsin, oonstlpallon, nervousness end general
debility. The Bitters sets things right In the
stomaoh, end when the stomach is In good or
der, It makes good blood and plenty of It. tn
this manner the Hitters gel at the seat of
strength sad vitality, end restore vigor to the
weak and debilitated. Beware of counterfeits
He Kept HU Leg.
Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan of
Hartford. Conn., scratched his leg
with a rusty wire. Inflammation and
blood poisoning set In. For two years
he suffered Intensely. Then the best
doctors urged amputation; "hut," he
writes, “I used one Iwttle of Electric
Bitters and 11 boxes of Buckien’s Ar
nica Halve, and ray leg was sound and
well as ever.” For eruptions, eczema,
letter, »alt rheum, sores and al) blood
disorders Electric Bitters ha» no rival
on earth. Trv them. City Drug Store
will guarantee satisfaction or refund
money. Only 50 cents.
A. B. Haltmarsh of Huncom was In
Jacksonville Tuesday,accompanied by
his »on. The latter, although only
eight years of age, has developed into
quite a nimrod, Having already shot
and killed a bear and a wild cat.
The district fair is progressing at
Ashland, and considerable Interest la
being taken In It. There are numer
ous exhibits,especially in the pavilion.
The attendance has been fair so far,
and is steadily growing better.
Messrs. Knlps and Goramel, who
own the old Crowell place, situated
about two miles east of Jacksonville,
have sold 100 acres of it, including the
orchard, to Mr. Finch, lately of Los
Angeles. The price paid was C9500.
B. W. Pursell. Kintersville, Pa.,
says he suffered 25 years with piles
and could obtain no relief until De
Witt’s Witch Hazel Halve effected a
worthless. City Drug Store, Jack-
ville, and Dr. J. Hinkle,Central Point.
Me Doni ugh
Samuels have sold their stock of goods
to Lee Minkler of Ashland, who will
continue the business at Gjld Hill.
The game of base ball between the
Ashland club aud a nine from the
Ashland mine, played Bunday, was
won by the former. Flight innings
were played,aud the score stood 19 to
4 against the miners.
The band contest and concert at the
district fair will take place Friday
evening at 7:30 o’clock. Immediately
afterward will te the grand fair ball
at the opera house, which will be un
der the management of the society.
D. E. Morris, superintendent of con
struction for the Jackson County Im
provement Co., which Is building the
big irrigating ditch between Butte
creek and Medford, bad a rib broken
by a kick from Ids saddle horse.
Jacksonville's .Society of Christian
Endeavor will give a social In the
basementof the Presbyterian church
next Monday evening. A programme
Is being arranged therefor, which will
Include refreshments. Admission 10
and 15 cents.
The surviving soldiers and sailors of
the Civil war living in southern Oie-
gon will bold their annual reunion at
the Central Point fair grounds next
week, beginning Monday and ending
Friday. It will be a success without
Judge Benson has set aside the ver
dict of the jury In the Shearer-Finney
and Hammond Medford casesand or
dered a new trial in each. He is of
the opinion that the preponderance
of evidence did not warrant such a de
cision on the part of the juries.
Don’t wait until you become chron
ically constipated, but take DeWitt'.'
Little Early Risers now and then.
They will keep your liver and bowels
In good order. Easy to take.
pills. City Drug Store. Jacksonville,
aud Dr. J. Hinkle, Central Point.
Jacob Hugger, who has charge of
the Voorhees orchard, situated near
Phoenix, last week shipped to II. E.
Doscb, superintendent of the Oregon
exhibit at the Pan-American exposi
tion, 45 elegant pears, of the Creme
Clargeau variety, which averaged a
Sheriff Orme calls attention to the
fact that the county court has direct
ed the clerk to place a warrant in his
hands, commanding him to levy upon
the property of delinquent taxpayers,
If necessary, to collect the taxes due,
and sell the same within sixty days
from the date of the warrant.
taxes due and unpaid must be paid at
once, or a levy upon and sale of prop
erty will be made. After levy ad
ditional costs will be charged.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. R. Reeves have lo
cated at Banta Rosa, Calif.
Thos. Collins of Lake county is
making Medford a short visit.
W. H. Bradshaw, ex-county com
missioner, was with us Monday.
Martin McDonough, a business man
of Gold Hill, was a recent visitor.
A. H. Hooten and Geo. Lyman of
Gold Hill precinct spent Monday in
P. Dally, father of School Superin
tendent Daily, has become a resident
Mrs. D. E. Morris, who has been
quite sick, is convalescing, we are
pleased to anuounce.
L. A. Martin, who is now engaged
in the stock business near Roseburg,
is visiting In Medford.
E. P. Pickens, who has charge of a
farm near Montague. Calif., has been
in Medford,visiting his family.
J. R. Hardin has opened a barber
shop in the building occupied as a
teed store by Chessmore & Myers.
The family of J. B. Sells, the new
proprietor of the Nash livery stables,
has removed here from Ashland.
The goods which were bought from
the Rosenthal estate, by Ban Francis
co part les, are being offered for sale.
P. W. Olwell of Central Point, the
well-known horticulturist, as also
bis wife and youngest daughter, spent
several hours in Medford Monday.
Dr. Hargrave of Phoenix, the suc
cessful piiysician, has been visltilig
bls brother-in-law, Eugene Orr, who
tias since died, with Bright’s disease.
I. A. Webb, who has been in the
furniture and undertaking business In
Medford for about 17 years, last week
sold bls stock or goods to F. W. Hollis
and C. It. and E. M. Welch, formerly
Medford's public schools re-opened
Monday with a larger attendance
than usual. N. L. Narregan Is prin
cipal, and is assisted by Gertrude Sut
ton, Emma Reed, Mabel Junes, May
Phipps, Gertrude Wilson, Minnie
Hockenvos, Jess Walt, Grace Amann,
Chas. Lewellen, who was arrested
by N. L. Narregan, deputy game war
den, charged with catching fish in an
unlawful manner, pleaded guilty and
will be sentenced later by Justice
Stewart. Lester Lacy, arrested at
the same time, will stand trial Satur
day. The parties bad speared a num
ber of salmon, which they Intended to
sal*.down, and did not attempt to sell
any of them. The tisli confiscated by
Mr. Narregan were sold and the pro
ceeds deposited in the hatchery fund.
M r . E ditor :—Allow me to speak a
few words in favor of Chamberlain’s
1 suffered three
years with the bronchitis and could
not sleep at nights.
I tried several
doctors and various patent medicines,
but could get nothing to give me any
relief until my wife got a bottle of
this patent medicine, which has com
pletely relieved rue.- W. 8. B roch -
man , Bagnell, Mo.
This remedy is
lor sale by City Drug Store.
There is a Class of People
Who ara Injured by the ussof ooffee. Recent
ly there hex been pieced In all the grocery
store« a new preparation called GRAIN-O.
made ot pure grains, that takes the place or
cogee. The most delicate stomach receives It
without distress, and but few can tell it tmi
coffee. It does not coat over M as much
Children may drink It with great benefit. IS
eta. anu Shots per package. T.y II Ask for
A p.rm ,.r Sa|.,
fl W Trefrcrt and Franlr Willing...* l2O-«ere tract, all fenoed, TO seres un
'«•rrultlratlon, free toll and easily cultivated
Of AshlHnd have bonded the Home- »ol
public road a quarter of a utile from
stake mice, located near Woodville
' •M,»u’’1|ie, * •>* valley postornoe-improved
with.« uwelllug nous« with four rixrai below
Notices for the location of Diacer i ““5 one
•J00!1’ 1’,rK*’harn »«loite-house
c!'e*k at ffo"»
up-to-date land, a good well of waler
the house and a
and complete, for sale at T he T imes good wril at the bern. six miles from Gold Hill
railroad station. Will be sold for 110 per acre
halt cash at time of sale, balance on one year's
H per cent, per annum, or by
The American Mining Code, staiiJ- cash at Interest
option of the purchaser
ard authority on all subjects pertain
•»-Inquire of HII. a H J. D a Y, real estate
ing to wining, water-rights, etc., is agent. Jacksonville, Oregon.
kept on hand at T he T imes office.
B. E. Meredith, one of the proprie
tors and superintendent of tbe Wil
STUDENT# AND TEACHERS
son-Meredith mine, has ret urned from
San Francisco, to prepare for tbe , Wishing to increase their Income.
Good pay for good work. Permanent
work given If satisfactory.
The developments In the Copper
Address M g ' k ., P. O. Box 403,
Stain mine, situated In Mt. Reuben
district, continue favorable. The pro
prietors feel sanguine that they have
a good property.
Winningham A Van Gorder, having
struck their main ledge, after running
a long tunnel, are now sinking on it.
Prospects for agxid property continue
C. E. Wlkttrorn has rented hl» ex
tensive placer mines, located In Pleas
ant creek district, to 8. Way men t of
Central Point, who will be assisted by
his futher-ln-law, Mr. Hulse.
A. F. Nelson, superintendent of the
Eureka mine, situated not far from
Selma, Jo-eptime county, has a con
siderable force employed, aod is well
pleased with developments. This is
considered ’ r.” of the best properties
in southern Oregon.
Jesse McCall Is surveying a ditch
and pipe line by which it is proposed
to increase the supply of water for
the Shorty-Hope mine, situated a
little northwest of Ashland, to 500 in.
Work on this property, so badly mis
managed bv Thus. James. will be re
sumed under the supervision of S. H.
Sanford of Ashland.
H. D. Sleuter Is getting his placer
mine, situated at the head of Wolf
creek, readv for next season. It con
sists of 80 acres of rich placer ground
and is operated with a single giant.
It requires but two men to work this
property, yet the cleanup amounts to
several thousand dollars annually.
Mr. Sleuter also has a quartz proposi
tion that has netted him a neat sum.
The Record says that the main
shaft of the Ashland ledge is now
down 765 feet. The work progresses
steadily in sinking od the ledge and
drifting on both sides oi tbe shaft at
the 700-foot level. At these depths
the ledge averages about seven feet in
thickness. It produces a good free-
milling ore that carries values much
above the average. Stoping is being
done from the 400-foot level down.
Tbe company contemplates putting
In an air plant and introducing ma
chine drills. Thirty men are employ
ed regularly. A finely equipped mill
runs without cessation, except for
clean-up*. Is is provided with four
reports that since the improvements
made some months ago the tailings
average in value only 63 cents per ton.
More important than recording a
notice of location is making the loca
tion. Making the location comprises
(1) Hilding valuable mineral; (2 mark
ing on the ground tbe bounqanes of
tbe discovery; (3) posting a written
notice of the location with the names
of the locator, the date, aod a de
scription of the claim that describes
It so It can be found and Identified on
the ground: and (4) entering into pos
session and continuing that p»ses
sion by t very year doing the annual
assessment work. Doing these things
the gn .od is not open to relocation.
Failure torecord a location does not
create a forfeiture. A claim may be
void from the beginning because of an
Improper location, not propcrlv mark
ing boundaries or posting notice. It
is only forfeit by failure to do assess
ment work. A legal location beld
twenty-five years In conformity with
law cannot be forfeited because the
locators failed to record tbe notice,
says the Scientific and Mining Press.
MONROE—DUNLAP—In Jacksonville. Sept.
17, 1901, by Rev N M. Hansen, Wm. Mon
roe and Miss Ola Dunlap of Talent.
OLSON—VROMAN—At Medford, Sept. 14.
1901. by Rev. A. Haberly, E. F Olson and
WILL—SHORT—At Jacksonville, Sept. 1«.
1901, by Rev. N M. Hansen,Carl H Will and
Miss Jessie Short of Ashland.
BAILEY—DINGM AN—In Jacksonville. Sept
17, 1901. by Chas Prim, county judge, Geo.
W Bailey and Miss M. J. Dingman
BULL—Near Wlldervllle, Sept. 1901. to Mr.
and Mrs. Wm Bull, a daughter
BOOTH—At Wlldervllle, Sept. 1, 1901, to M r.
and Mrs. Geo. C. Booth, a son.
UPTON—At Wolf Creek, Sept. 9, 1901, to Mr.
and Mrs. S W Upton, a daughter
VANDERKARR—In Ashland. Sept. 10, 1901,
to Mr. aud Mrs. R. A. Vunderkarr. a son.
EPPERLY-At Waldo, Aug '¿8, 1901, to Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. S. Epperly, a son.
JONES—At Pelican Bay, Aug. 23, 1901, to Mr.
and Mrs John Jones, a daughter.
HOOTEN—In Central Point Precinct,
... Sept. 7.
1901, to Mr. and Mrs. W A. Hooten,
METSCHAN-At Canyon City, Sept II, 1901’
to Phil. Metschan. Jr., and wife (nee
Velene Kubli) a daughter.
ORR--At Medford, Pept. 17, 1901, of Bright’s
disease, Eugene Orr, a native of Ontario,
Canada; aged <1 years
EPPERLY—At Grant's Pass. Sept. to. 1001.
Rev H. S Epperly of Waldo: aged about 56
TURNER—At Grant's Pass, Sept. 10. 1901, in
fant son of J A. Turner; aged 20 mon tbs.
DUNBAR—In Ashland. Sept. 9. 1901, Henry S.
Dunbar, a native of Maine; aged 46 years.
GRAY—In Ashland. Sept. 10. 1901, Mary Caro
line, wife of Wm. B. Gray; aged 4d years. 11
months and 10 days.
Jfri Jlncient Foe
To health and happiness is Scrofula—
as ugly as ever since time immemorial.
It causes bunches in the neck, dis
figures the skin, inflames the mucous
membrane, wastes tiie muscles, weak
ens the bones, reduces the power of
resistance to disease and the capacity
for recovery, and develops into con
“A bunch appeared on the left side of
my neck. It caused great pain, was lanced,
and became a running sore. I went into a
general decline. I wau persuaded to try
Hood’s Sarsaparl’.’a. ;’.nc wl; -n I La<l taken
six bottles i..y neck t. as Lc..le 1, and I have
never had any trouble of the kind rince.”
M rs . K. T. S kvder . Troy, Ohio.
An Indiana Woman’s Terrible
“It was a frightful experience and J
never expected to come ont alive,’’said
Mrs. Ellen Bowman, of No. 82 Windsor
Block, Indianapolis, Ind., in the course
of an interview recently published in
the Sun of tliat city. “I do not suppose
it ever would have happened," she con
tinued, “but, some years ago I began tc
worry and to do more work than I ought.
This brought ou a general physical
weakness, my blood became thin and I
grew nervous. I went to a doctor and
he said I had consumption.”
“Did he advise any course of treat
“Yes, he gave me soma medicine
which I took but it did me no good.
Other doctors failed tc. help me and 1
became despondent of ever getting well.
My limbs ached, my head was dizzy and
I was most miserable.”
"You don’t look now as if you had
ever been sick,” ventured the reporter.
“No, and I don’t feel as if I ever had,"
said she. “I owe my present health to Dr.
Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People.
About four years ago a friend from Ohic
reoommended the pills to me, saying they
had benefited his daughter whose sytnp
toms were similar to mine, sol began to
use them. It was only a very short time
before I experienced relief. I have re
commended the pills co many, for I am
confident that tienefit will follow theif
There is hardly a person who does not
worry at times and fret about things
t hat go wrong. Aud worry is responsible
for as much sickness as any other cause.
It interferes with the action of th»
stomach and racks the nerves. The re
sult is that the blood becomes poor mid
the nervous system impaired.
'power of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
rale People in the vast number of dis
ease* due toderangenieutsof the nervous
system or to impure blood has been
demonstrated in thousands of instances
as remarkable as the one related above.
They cnFe locomotor ataxia, partial par
alysis, St. Vitus’ dance, sciatica, neural
gia, rheumatism, nervous headache,
after-etfects of the grip, palpitation of
the heart, pale and sallow complexions
and all firms of w eaknesa either in main
or female. At all druggists, or direct
from Dr. Williams Medicine Oo., Sche
nectady. N. Y., 50 cents ptf box; six
GO TO THE BOSS FOB FINE
Fur it’s the BEST in the world.
He also sells it In large oi small
quantities for family use. Why
waste the time to make it when
you can buy the BEST for little
money. Ail cream kept in porce
lain packers. He also makes a
specialy of Ice Cold
of all kinds.
Come now and keep
A. LEARNED, Prop.
will rid you of it, radically and per
manently, as they have rid thousands.
PAINT . YOUR FLOORS
Rubber Cement Floor Paint
K’^ like ’ ibon
Send for Celor Cards to W. P. FI LLER & CO.. Perilled. Ore.
Strayed from Woodville last May
one bay mare, about 7 years old, light
brand on left shoulder; heavy set,
square face,weight about 1000 pounds.
Was traded for at Medford by one L.
F. Gardner in November, 1900. Re
ward of $10 for information of her
E. G. B orden , Woodville.
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“I have used your Hair Vigor
for five years and am greatly
pleased with it. It certainly re
stores the original color to gray
hair. It keeps my hairsoft.”—Mrs.
Helen Kilkenny, New Portland, Me.
Ayer’s Hair Vigor has
been restoring color to
hair for fifty years,
it never fails to do
this work, either.
You can rely upon it
for stopping your hair
from failing, for keeping
your scalp clean, and for
making your hair grow.
SI.M a battle. All drvftiite.
If your druggist esnnat supply yon,
send us one dollar and we wifi express
you a bottle. Be sure and give the name
of your nearest express office. Address,
J. C. AYER CO,, Lowell, Mass.
A Boarding and Day School for Girls.
MUSIC, ART AND ELOCUTION.
This School offers to girls a broad and thorough education. combined with the advantages
of a healthful and refined home It occupies a large and attractive building In the Immediate
vicinity of the City Park The sanitary condition of the premises has been made a matter qf
special attention. The bed chambers, class and recitation rooms are large and thoroughly
ventilated; and the construction of the build'ng is such that every roomie open to the sunlight.
The greatest care has been taken to provide all the necessary appointments of a well
equipped school, and to furnish every facility for training pupils in the most approved methods.
The aim of the school is tn give thorough and well-oraered instruction to girls and voting
women, fitting them for college when that 1» desired, and to aid in the development of trua
and womanly character.
The Fall term opens September 1«. 1901. A faculty of twenty competent teachers insures
for children and young women that individual care and instruction necessary to tbe best
There are four skilled teachers In the Music Department alone, specialists In Art and
Oratory, and native teachers In French and German.
Provision Is made for all athletic games suitable to women, as tennis, croquet, basketbsi
bicycling and horseback riding A gymnasium. WxKX) feet, is In process of cooeirucnoa
which will offer still more opportunities for healthful exercise.
For Illustrated catalogue apply to
MISS ELEANOR TEBBKTTS, Principal.
Offers a Thoraugli
HIGH GRADE COLLEGE EDUCATION
To every boy »nd girl tbat hM
ttir -»mbi-icr. to »ttuia 00«
Tb »>■< three courses of regular college grade, all ot which are complete.
State Treasurer'* Fifth Netlce
Languages, Sciences, Mathematics,
History, English and Electives
S tat * or orh . oh . 1
Taaxiti'HY D bi - ak - mbht .
Salem. Sept 1». 1901. I
Nctlee I* hereby given that there ate tunds In
the'reaaury with which to redeem all out
■lantlln« «tale wartanta drawn on the slate The NORMAL COURSE, approved by a oom ml tire appointed by the State Board or EdncaHon,
Mair bounty fund and endorsed "Preeenled
leads up to a STATE DIPLOMA
«nd not paid for want of funds. " prior to Janu
ary I. 'Wil. All such war-ants, properly en
dor-ed. will be paid upon presentation at this
office. Interest thereon ceasing from aud after
la equal to anything In the State. New IlloNtrated catalogue
CHAS. S. MOORE
THE BUSINESS COLLEGE DEPARTMENT
To Cure CouatipHt. •
Take OaMCBretn Candv ('aitiwrtic. 10c orSSei
J U C. C. rail »-o enro. th iig£i»ts rvs'und moral
EXPENSES LOW. BOARD AND TUITION, $90 a YEAR
For particulars write
WALLACE HOWE LEK, Pr»s. d<nt. Albany Otego*