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THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES
|asked to remit the fine, as he is un
able to pay it and his family is in
Mrs. Dr. Burnett of Ashland is 1 poor circumstances.
visiting in Medford.
, Mltw IIelen Strat)(f d)w| gt the
1. A. Webb and his son Carl are ueuce
her mother on Monday, after
Visiting In California.
la long and painful Illness, from spinal 1
disease. She was an amiable, accom
Miss Mollie Barneburg has returned plished young woman, and for a num- |
from a visit at Ashland.
ber of years was successfully engaged
Miss Strang Is
E. L. Bashford of Roseburg has been in teaching school.
survived by ber mother, a brother and I
making his old home a visit.
a sister, who with many friends mourn
H. D. Jones, mloer-roiltlcian, has her untimely deaf h.
located at Medford with his family.
Eugene Orr, who recently died in
Miss Cecri Stevens of Albany is the Medford, was an Industrious, upright
guest of her cousin, Mias Aileen man, and had the respect of the
whole community. He was In good
M. L. Alford and his wife were at health until a few month« ago, when
Aslriand during the closing days of he fell from a barn and seriously in
jured himself. Mr. O. came to Rogue
riyer valley 14 years ago, aod had
Mrs. Ella Roper of Grant’s Pass has since been prominently engaged in
been tile guest of Mrs. Orrin Davit the fruit business with his brotber-
in-iaw, Alfred Weeks. He was born
F. C. Ladd and G. Olsen have pur in Ontario, Canada, 41 years ago. He
chased the stock in the Racket Store left a wife and a son, also a brother,
R. B. Orr of Central Point, and a sis
of H. B. Nye.
ter, Mrs. II. Collins of Portland.
Joe Rader and J. W. Slinger, two of
Butte creek’h leading stockmen, were
Dr. C. W. Lowe of Eugene, the ex
—KING—At Jacksonville, Sept A.
pert optician, lias been in town on a
1801, by Cha« Prim, County Judge, John
Vance and Ml»» Gertrude King.
W. M. Holmes, the clever manager WS2DX.~°2TOOLE— At Phoenix, Sept. 28.
(r®or«e O. Doyle, Geo. W
of the Snowy Butte mills, was a busi
Woody and Miss Catherine O’Toole
ness yhitor last week.
It is reported that M. F. Hull and
Wm. Sorenson of Applegate »pent
Horace Pelton have »old their inter
THURSDAY...OCTOBER 3, TUOI. Friday at Grant'» Pass.
est in tiie Louse creek urine» to J. O.
W. A. Pearsori ba» iieen appointed Booth and others.
postmaster nt blakiyou, Or.
Avo/<f Mor.ou. Pro. ¡ration.
Mr. Frick, a tine mining eXpert, in
It you are dangerously sick what ia
Full assortment manila and »Isal business In Sliasta county, Calif , Is
the first duty of your physician ? He
at Grant's Pa»«, and will Inspect the
Mrs. E, J. Kubll returned from
quiets the nervous system, he deadens
The county commlMloners* court mineral resource» of Josephine county.
the pain, and yon sleep welL
You ought to know that when you
Notices for the location of placer
C. F. Lockwood, the well-known will be in session this week.
ceased to lx» regular in your courses,
miner, is In Jacksonville again.
Elegant home-made candle» ot all and quartz mines, etc., up-to-date
grow irritable without cause, and
and complete, for sale at T iie T imes
G. W. Lance of Foots eroek and his kinds a leader at Joe Wetterer’s. *
pass sleepless nights, there > is serioua
wife are visiting in Grunt's Pass.
A tine assortment of up-to-date
T. J. Howell nnd T. W. Stephens of visiting card« can always be found at ard authority un all subjects pertain
Ashland were at Grant's Pass Friday. T he T ime » office.
ing to mining, water-rights, etc., is
Tiie best brands of cigars, tobacco, kept un hand at T he T imes office.
Hon. W. M. Colvlg has returned
can always be found at Joe
from a professional trip to Grant a etc.,
The California Miners’ Association
will hold Its 10th annual session at
The board of equalization will hold San Francisco next month, beginning
Miss Elsie Day has gene to Corval
lis, to attend Oregon Agricultural Its annual session next week, begin the 21st. It promises to be one of
ning Monday, the 7th.
more than usual Interest.
Messrs. Moss, Bobzien and Tobier of
Miss Rachel Rowley, who has been
and residence, in Jackson Grant’s Pass, who have been develop
visiting at Grant’s Pass, returned to Ntnlthshop
ville, to his son James.
ing a mine in Grave creek district,
sold It last week to L. A. Lewis of
H. 11. Cook of Applegate was at of Applegate are hauling barley to Portland.
Grant’s Pass Friday. His health is the Grant’s Pass Brewery.
F. W. Swacker, an excellent miner,
will next season act as foreman ar the
Joe Wetterer makes a specialty of
Mr. and Mrs. D. Linn leave for light drinks, fresh candles, nuts, Morat diggings located in F'oots
creek district, which are owned by
Portland and Eugene this evening, on tropical and other fruits, etc.
Hon. E. B. Dufur.
a visit to relatives.
Notes, receipts, drafts, due-bills,
W. Van Dorn, who recently dis
O. Humason of Gold Hill, the well- etc., in book form, can always be ob
known operator in mines, was at tained at T he T imes Printing House. covered a ledge of considerable di
mensions In Taylor creek district, ex
Grunt s Pass Thursday.
The copious rain of last week ha» hibited some hue ore in Grant’s Pass
A. L. Gall, Sam’s valley’s leading
Jessie McGee of Tangent, who lias enabled the farmers to begin plowing, Friday. An assay puts a value of i‘,4
merchant, as also Martin Perry, spent
been visiting tils niece, Mrs. 8. J. Day, and many of them are turning over a tun on It.
a day in Medford lately.
left for home Monday.
Kubll. Sept. 22, 1901, to Mr. and
Messrs. Perkins, Shaska, Tavlor,
Our cornet band is making rapid KUBLI-At
M re. K J. Kubll, a »on.
E. Spencer, the miner, who left this
The Spikenard postoffice, situated Carter and Owens of Grant’s Pass are strides forward under the efficient
section several years ago, returned In Meadows precinct, has been dis developing a promising mine In
leadership of Prof. Snow.
M bs . H abtutt .
from Montana last week.
continued. Nobody is willing to keep Jump-off-Joe district. They have al
W. E. Anderson of Phoenix precinct
trouble somewhere, and nervous pro*,
ready run several hundred feet of
J. S. Ortli ha« been drawn as a mem it.
tration is sure to follow.
tunnel and a shaft, and feel much en and his wife were among those in
ber of the U. 8. grand Jury, which
STRANG—At Medford, Sept. 39, 1901, Miss
J. R. Williamson, formerly of Cen couraged.
Medford during the past week.
« You ought to know that indlget*ion,
meet« at Portland Oct. 15th.
tral Point and Medford, ha- become a
exhaustion, womb displacements,
Elder 8. M. Eby has returned from resident of Grant’s Pass and is build was at Grant's Pass last week. With
fainting, dizziness, headache, and
Callender and Bey. 8. H. Jones of DEMMER—In Medford, Sept, ao, 1901. Mrs. backache send the nerves wild with
attending ttie conference of the Dun- ing a neat residence.
Paul Demmer; aged 52 years, 4 months and
Messrs. Crane, Messerve and others Jacksonville visited us recently.
affright, and you cannot sleep.
kard church, held at Salem last week.
The first prize for bull» given at the he 1» developing a mine in Rogue
Mrs. Hartley, of 331 W. Congress 8t.,
H. B. Nye of the Racket was a pas CHITWOOD—At Klamath Falls. Sept. 22 1901
Mrs. Dr. Hinman of Ashland, who State Fair was awarded John G. river district, not far from Mule Hill.
Allan C., son of Mr. and Mrs. H. T Chit Chicago, Ill., whose portrait we pub
I m - been vi-ltlng In the Willamette Gore of Piiivnix precinct, who exhib It is a well-defined one, and some of senger on the northbound train which
wood; aged 18 montbs.
lish, suffered all these agonies, and
left Medford one evening last week.
the ore lias assayed fabulously.
valley, returned home a few days ago. ited a magnificent specimen.
was entirely cured by Lydia E. Pink
WIGGIN—In Medford. Sept. 24, 1901, Dr L. W
Wiggin; aged fl I years.
Chris. Ulrich lately received 200,-
ham's Vegetable Compound ; her case
F. H. Osgood, who has the Bybee
District Attorney Reames went to
Grant’s Puss Sunday evening. He 000 first-class cedar shingles, which mines, located In Josephine county,
W^iP°N~In/»bland, Sept 97. 1901. Daniel should be a warning to others, and
her cure carry conviction to the minds
will remain until circuit court closes. he will trade for baled hay or bonded, is putting them In shape for
Wilson; aged 85 years, 9 months and 8 days.
extensive operation. He iias had 40
C. C. Chitwood has gone to Marsh- KF.RBY—Near Talent. Sept 28, 1901, James of every suffering woman of the un
Chas. Nunan and Harry Luy, who
failing efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham’s
employed in enlarging the ditch held, Coos county, where he will have Kerby, son of Wm. Kerby; aged 4 years.
It 1» reported that O. E. Rose has men
have been sojourning at Lake of the
that carries water from Elder creek charge of a drug-store for several 8T?-?DHRr?“ire,,r ”e<,,ord- S«pt. A. 1901, Vegetable Compound.
Woods and Pelican Bay, returned
Mr«. 8. C Taylor Stoddard; aged 72 year»
Applegate. J. W. Pernoil, the clever and making other Improvements.
and 5 months.
Joe Parker, the S. P. Co.’s baggage HOWARD—At Grant’» Paes. Sept. 20, 1901,
Wm. Faber, the genial president of
master, left for Portland last week,
Thos. Howard, aged 70 years.
the Albany Brewing Co., was in the
to order a steam hoist and other ma on a vacation. He tarried at Grant’s LESLIE—At Grant’» Pass, Sept. 3«, 1901. ot
valley last week, «interviewing bis
I. H. Willard and Mr. Bassett of chiuery
Pass a day.
cttnSV-, Marla, wife of Rev. Robt Le»lle;
Little Shasta, Calif., were In the val water and bring up the
aged «3 years and 8 months.
For it’s the BEST in the world.
ore. He has
Ed. Wilkinson and Ed. Worman
Mrs. J. L. Wooldridge of Missouri ley last week, en route home from a had much experience in mining, and
He also sells it in large or email
Flat was a visitor at Grant's Pass
feels certain that he is developing a nave been “taking in’’ the Portland
quantities for family use. Why
1901, Wm. N. Saunders; aged 72 years.
Carnival and State Fair. They re-
Friday. Lc‘ an is manipulating the
Frank W. Swacker of Grant’s Pass tiNt-class property.
waste the time to make it when
BOYD—At Central Point, Sept. 13, 1901. Mr
port both of them to be first-class*.
ribbons on tue mall route to Waldo.
lias been in Foot« creek district,doiog
Boyd; aged 55 years .
you can buy the BEST for little
assessment work on some excellent
money. Ail cream kept in porce
R. H. Whitehead has gone to Cali
C. W. Kahler attended the State mining properly he is interested in.
their ledge, known as the Access and
lain packers. He also makes a
His horse Volo was un
situated In Pourman’s creek district, fornia. accompanied by his daughter,
specialy of Ice Cold
The marriage of Miss Babetta Mull to Robt. Bond for »10,000. This ledge Miss Grace, to consult Dr. Bohannon.
fortunate in different ways: but made
a good showing whenever he had a er and Jos. S. Murphy has been an is several feet wide, the ore from The yonng lady is afflicted with a
nounced to take place at the residence which assays from »3.75 to »9 In gold cancer in the breast.
per ton as well as other minerals. It
A woman named Mrs. Rowley, who
Rev. Chas. Booth of Grant’s Pass, of the bride’s parents Oct. 10th.
is a promising property.
has been a resident of Medford for
the Episcopal minister, is sick with
Wm. Koeppe, watchmaker and Jew
of all kinds. Come now and keep
malarial fever, and consequently will eler, is now located on California
Dr. Jas. Spence, wiio has spent sometime, is believed to be crazy.
not Uli bls appointment here Mon- street, opposite the postofflee. Satis much time and money in developing She will be examined for insanity as
A. LEARNED, Prop.
some propositions on Houck moun soon as she is well enough.
W. E. Conner, lately of Hotel Ore-
A good horse, works single or
He will re- double, aod can also be ridden, is Josephine county, feels certain that and contractor, who has the White- JACKSONVILLE -...
gun, lias gone to S ilem.
Farm for Sale.
turn to Ashland in a short time for offered for sale by Chris Ulrich. He he iias a bonanza. His ledges are Thomas brick building in hand, has
large and carry considerable goli be- almost completed it. It is one of
A 120-acre tract, all fenced. 70 acres un
the purpose of winding up his busi will take any kind ot produce.
sides a handsome percentage of the handsomest and most substantial
Orders for Hacks,Buggies and Riding Herses der cultivation, free »oil and easily cultlv a ed
s on the public road a quarter of a mile from
J. W. Osborn has taken charge of copper.
editices in town and was designed by promptly
“— poi »«toffice—i- proved
Feeding dene at reasonable rates. Beat of Moonviile, Saras
A. McGill of Foots creek pre- the Phelps House at Wisidvllle. and
a dwelling house with four rw
Henry Brockman has sold his in- I. A. Palmer, the architect.
care taken to prevent accidents, but will be re
cinet, who is interested in the old Is conducting It in excellent style. tercst in the ledge that he has been
large barn. •
sponsible for none should they occur.
The Medford cornet band went to
Schieffelln place with his fattier, the He will spare no pains to please the developing in company with Mr.
Will refuse to do livery work on credit.
u 1 B
land, a good well of water at the h*
GEORGES LEWIS, Prop.
Ashland, to compete for the prize
pioneer stage driver, was at Grant's public.
good well at the barn, six miles from
offered by the managementof the dis
railroad station. Will be sold for |1O
More than 21 Inches of rain fell last region, to John Yokum, an excellent trict fair. They found no competi
dasto mx aik ..
half cash at time of sale, balance on c
Mrs T Cameron, Mrs Della Barbe, month, the greatest quantity that miner, for »1500. The property tors, but nevertheless regaled the
time interest 8 per cent, per anuu
cash at option of the purchaser.
Mrs A Orme and C H Basye went to lias fallen during that month In a promises to be one of the best In the people of that city with choice music,
«“Inquire of SIL a S J. D a Y, r>.
Grant's Pass last week to attend an numlierof years. Most of it fell from district.
There is a considerable which was greatly appreciated by
agent. Jacksonville, Oregon.
entertainment given by the Rebekah the 20th to the 28th.
quantity of tine ore in sight.
those who heard It.
degree lodge of that city.
H. Kling of Seattle, who will man
Clyde Payne, the ciever athlete, has
Lester Lacy, who was charged with
B. B. Beekman of Portland and his announced bls retirement from the age the Seattle Co-operative Mining catx’hing fish in an unlawful manner,
sister, Miss Carrie Beekman of Jack game of football, in response to the Co.'s property, situated in Watkins had an examination in Justice Stew
sonville, have left on a fip to New request of tils parents. This cripples district, during tiie coming season, ar art’s court and was discharged, the
York, and will visit different points the Eugene team very much.
rived In Jacksonville lately, accom evidence against him being insuf
of interest before returning.
panied by I). E. Taylor and M. E. Ol ficient. Lewellen, who pleaded guilty,
A protest against the land entry of son. wiio will assist him.
■ . .WITH—--------------------------------------------
These was fined MO. The Governor will be
Stale Superintendent Ackerman Samuel Watson having been tiled? C.
and President Campbell of the < iregon B. Watson. M. N. Long and J. Patter placers are good ones, but have not
State Normal School were on Friday's son went to Roseburg last week to been well managed In the past.
Sead for Color Cards to W. P. FILLER & CO., Portland. Ore.
southtxiund train, en route to Lake give testimony In the matter.
The Ünal payment for the Golden
view, to attend the teachers' instl
Standard mine,located In Gall’screek,
P. H. Daily, county school superin was made last week by Messrs. Law-
tute that will be held there this week
tendent, ha« purchased the big brick son and Ramsey, and formal possess
Mrs. Susie Nell will leave for residence, situated in the northeast
Justin, Texas, Oct. 1st, acoompanled ern part of town, from S. M. Eby. ion has been given them by Kubli &
Co. The uew owners will put up a
by her children. She Is an accom The consideration was 8850.
big stamp mill soon, and also run a
plished pianist, and will teach music
F. M. Calkins will take testimony tunnel several hundred feet in length
“ For two years I suffered ter
during tier absence, which will be^of
ribly from dyspepsia, with great
several months’ duration. The best In the case of Main & Winchester vs. to lap the ledge lower down. Thesale
depression, and was always feeling
wishes of many friends accompany Huldah Hoover, et si., a suit to quiet was negotiated by K. K. Kubll, and
title to the brick building In Medford is one of the best ever made in south
poorly. 1 then tried Ayer’s Sarsa
formerly owned by W. G. Ccoper.
parilla, and in one week I was a
new man.”—John McDonald,
Cnunty 8. S. convention.
C. T. and J. E. Davidson, two of
The venerable father of B. F. Car
•JLT o the Hunday school workers of ter of Woodville, for many years a our energetic miners and prospector«,
Bflckson county and all others inter- highly respected citizen of Iowa, died have just closed a deal by which they
transfer a quartz claim, situated near
Bited in the. work: Our next annual at the residence of his son, living at the
Don’t forget that it’s
tiead of Ward’s creek, to Messrs.
■[invention for Jackson county will Hatfield, Mo., a short Mme ago. He O’Neill, Meade, Landretli and Shoup,
Be held In the Presbyterian church at was over 87 years old.
MUSIC, ART AND ELOCUTION.
soiue of whom lately came from Baker
Ashland, Oct. 2d and 3d. lri addition
Jas. McDermott of San Francisco city, for »3000. This property was
to «Iris » broad and thorough education, combined with the advantages
K our local county workers, A. A. last week purchased about 300 head of
ot a healthful and relined home. It occupies a large and attractive building In the Immediate
Horse, president of our state 8. 8. cattle from Messrs. Butler, Kincaid discovered and sold by the Davidson’s
The sanitary condition of the premises has been made a matter or
and hopeful. Don’t waste
Bssoclation, ha« sign I tied ills Inten- and Barron, who live in the upper inside of a month, and judging from
special attention. The bed chambers, class and recitation rooms are large and thoroughly
ventilated; and the construction of the building Is such that every room is open to the sunlight.
■on to be present, and sp.iak on “Or- end of the valley, paying 3 and 31 valuable mine will be developed in
your time and money by
The greatest care has been taken to provide all the necessary appointments of a well
Knlzed Sunday School Work.” Rev. cents a pound forcows and steers.
school, and to furnish every facility for training pupils in the most approved methods
K A. Dotson, our field worker, will
The alm of the school Is to give thorough and well-ordered Instruction to girls and young
John A. Cook, an old resident of
S with us during the entire session
The cleanup of gold in the Klon
women, fitting them for college when that Is desired, and to aid In the development of true
and womanly character.
Bd »[leak on the important questions. Foots creek, and an excellent black dike grows apace. I as I year it reach
The Fall term opens September IS, 1901. A faculty of twenty competent teachers Insures
and true Ayer’s Sarsapa
Awing to the resignation of H. C. smith, lias purchased the Vroman ed #22,000,000. Last winter it wa>
for children and young women that Individual care and instruction necessary to the best
Baley, president, and H. L. Gilkey, shop at Gold Hill and will commence predicted that the output would
Bcretary, »nd other causes, the usual business at once. Those wishing work touch »30,000,000. Last week the out
There are four »killed teachers In the Music Department alone, speciallsta In Art and
programme has not been Issued; but in his line done should give iiim a call. put had grown to an estimate of »40,-
Oratory, and native teachers In French and German.
Be expect to have such topics as The Ills prices are reasonable and he gives 000,000—and now, eyen the represen
Provision Is made for all athletic games suitable to women, as tennis, croquet, basketb»!
[■l echers’ Prayer Service, A Bible for satisfaction.
tative of one of the largest ana most
bicycling and horseback riding
A gymnasium. 50x100 feet, is in process of coosiructoa
which will offer still more opportunities for healthful exercise.
ach Member of ttie Sunday School,
Grant’s Pass' company of the Ore
For Illustrated catalogue apply to
uppleniental Bible Lessons, The gon National Guard, in uniforms, was nected with the gold fields of the
MISS ELEANOR TKBBETTS, Principal
Ung's Business. Home Class Depart In evidence at the soldiers'and sailors’ North declares that the output will
ment, The Training for Service, (a) reunion, held at Central Point la«t reach »50,000,000
If this should
he superintendent, (b) the teacher, week, and presented a very creditable prove to be true, the stampede to the
:) the class, Teaching Temperance In appearance. It is one of the best com Klondike In 1902 will be a record NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
lie S. S., S|teclal Work for 1901-2. panies In the state, being commanded breaker.
In the County Court of the State ot Oregon for
'radle Roll, Conference un Sunday by clever and well disciplined officers.
Offer« » Thorough
chool Management, Reports from
In the matter of the Estate of Walter L.
II an nn, deceased.
The Albany Brewing Co., which
chools, the State Work, Primary
The most miserable beings in the
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
York, An Up-to-date Sunday School, manufactures ice that Is noted for its
underalgnid administrator of the estate of
itc. The people of Ashland will glad- purity and excellence,recently shipped world are those suffering from dys Waller L. Hanna, deceased, has hied in the
In one pepsia and liver complaint. More county court of Jackson county, Oregon, hl«
y entertain all delegates or workers a carload to The Banquet.
final accou nt as said administrator, and by or
To every boy »»d Kiri •to*1
vho may attend the convention. cake flowers and grapes had been than seventy-live per cent, of the der
ot Hon ' lias. Prim judge ot »aid court,
people in the United States are af Saturday.
the •.nbiliK to etisie eoe
Kindly see that your school Is repre- frozen, which presented h handsome flicted
October 98, 19(11. al 10 o'clock A. M.,l»
with those two diseases and ■el for the tearing thereof. All persons
ented aod that you are present. and novel appearance and attracted their effects;
such as sour stomach, Interested are hereby notified to appear
With the helpers front Portland this much attention.
There ar< three course« of regular college grade, all of which are complete.
sick headache, habitual costiveness, and tile his or her objection to ttesameon or
thould lie the (test convention held in
Jaokson county’s exhibit at the palpitation of the heart, heart-burn, before
Dated September 25, 1901
the county for years.
State Fair was one of the very best, water-brash, gnawing and burning
A N BJLISS. Admlnlatrator.
E xecutive C om .,
and attracted much attention, it
Per G. F. Bllliogs. lacked In some respects, however, pains at the pit of the stomach,yellow
skin, coated tongue and disagreeable
aunty AooeBsar’n Notice to Ta
M rs . D. E. H yde , Sec'y.
notably grapes. It was not In pool- taste in the mouth, coming up of food
tlon early enough to take the first after eating, low spirits, etc. Go to
Notice 1» hereby given that the Board o
prize, being delayed somewhere on your druggist and get a bottle of
Equa'ixatton for Jackson county. State of Ore The NORMAL COUBSK, approved by a committee appointed by the State Board of Education,
August Flower for 75 cent».
Strayed from Woodville last T May
‘ , the w iy to Salem.
will convene at the office of the County
leads up to a STATE DIPLOMA.
In .IwksoBVille, Oregon, on Monday.
one hay mare, about J years old, light
A never-falling cure for cute,burns, doses will relieve you. Try IL Get Clark,
Oolooer 7. IWI. ,or ’•>« purpose of publicly ex
brand on left shoulder; heavy set, scalds, ulcers, wounds and sores la Green's Prize Almanac.
amining the A""««met>t roll and correcting
square face,weight about 1000 pounds. DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve. A most
all errors In »»luatton, description and quali-
tlea of lands, lots and other property
W-tw traded for at Medford by one' L. soothing and healing remedy for al
la equal to anything in the State. New Illustrated catalogue.
Board will contiaue In session from day to day
F. Gardner In November, 1IMX). Re skin affections. Accept only the
until said roll has been duly examined.
ward of 110 for Information of her genuine. City Drug Store. Jackson
Alt Interested parties will take notice and
govern themselves aeeordtr^£NDLKTnN
ville. and Dr. J. Hinkle, Central
WALLACK HOWE LKE, Pre».dent. AIMoy .Oregon
E. G. B ouden , Woodville.
»‘or tsKicolsrs writ«
Dated Sept. 8. 1901.
LIVERY, FEED SALE
PAINT YOUR FLOORS
Rubber Cement Floor Paint
Saint Helen’s Hall ••••
A Boarding and Day School for Girls.
HIGH GRADE COLLEGE EDUCATION
Languages, Sciences, Mathematics,
History, English and Electives
THE BUSINESS COLLEGE DEPARTMENT
XPENSES LOW. BOARD AND TUITION, $90 a YEAR