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Are aow in effect to Buffalo, New York.
Do you intend to attend the Pan-American
If so do not buy yeur tickets until you bave
Investigated the service of the
Illinois Central Railroad.
Our accomodations are THE BEST TH AT
CAN BE HAD; our trains are always on
time: and employes courteous and accom
Through Tourist Cars. . . .
From Pacific Coast to Boston »1» Buffalo.
It vou will send fifteen cents In stumps to
address given below wo will forward you
by return mail one of our larze
34x40 Incli Wall Maps ::::
Of the United States. Cuba and Porto Rico.
Any information regarding rates, accommo
dations. service, time, connections, stop
overs, etc . will be cheerfully furnished by
B. H. TRUMBULL. Com’l Agt.,
HJ Third Street.
Ashland and Klamath Falls
Thoroughly restocked and entirely new man
Best and Quickest Route to
Heater For Hr*»
DO YOU GET UP
cures made by Dr.
the great kidney, liver
* and bladder remedy.
I It is the great medi-
a cal triumph of the nine-
J, teenth century; dis
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the emi
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
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not rec-
ommendedfor every thing but if you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. 11 has been tested
in so many ways, tn hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful tn
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer tn this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and Hom» ot s-ramp-itoo«.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Goes by Barron. Soda Springs. Shake, Snow
Lumbering Camp.Parker» an J Keno: »Iso best
connections with stage lines from Klamath
Falla 'o Bonanza. Bly and Lakeview. Ft Klam-
atb and Ind.an Agency Stage leaves Ashland
daily on arrival of southbound train and ar
rives daily in good time to oonaect with north
1 .OOP. «. Leaves
. 8:00 p . m .
.. .2:45 p « Arrives
8:J0 a . m
Passengers. Baggag». Express and Freight
must be WayblLled.
Ashland Office :
POSTAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE
Klamatb Falls Agent
H ■ VAN valkenburg .
LIVERY, FEED SALE
Orders for Hacks.Buggies and Riding Herses
promptly attended to.
„ . .
Feeding done at reasonable rate». Best of
care taken to prevent accidents, but w’ll be re
sponsible tor none should they occur.
Will refuse to do livery work on credit.
«■OMlfi LEWIS. Pre.
■if young, shave from the ear. scrap
ing the cob; If old, draw a sharp knife
down each row and press out the pulp
with the knife’s back. Season with
salt. i>epper, a generous lump of butter
la tableepoonful to three Cupfuls of
pulp) and add enough cream or rich
ullk to nearly cover. Melt some butter,
roll some 90ft bread crumbs In it to
moisten them, then spread them over
the corn. Dust with salt and pepper
and bake a halt hour. When done, cov
er the baking dish for ten minutes In
the open oven to soften the browned
crumbs before serving.
story <4 trie ovenvorswi nousewtie
aud mother. Deranged menses,
leucorrhoea and falling of the
womb result from overwork.
Every housewife neecL« a remedy
to regulate her menses :uid to
keep her sensitive female organs
in perfect condition.
is doing this for thousands of
American women to-day. It cured
Mrs. Jones and that is why she
writes this frank letter:
Glendeane, Ky., Feb. 10, 1901.
I am so glsd that your Wine of Cardui
is helping me. I aan feeling better than
I hare felt for years. I am doing my
own work without any help, aud I
washed last week and was not one bit
tired. That shows that the Wine is
doing me good. I am getting fleshier
than I ever was btrfore, and sleep good
and ea< harty. Before I began taking
Wine of Cardui, I used to have to lay
down five or six times every day, but
now I do aot think of lying down through
Mas. R ichard J ones .
NOTARY PUBLIC and
REAL ESTATE AG’T.
NOTICE Oh FINAL SETTLEMENT.
made t am hus prepared to make out home
stead papers and can save to part.es the ex
pense of a trip to the Roseburg land office
I have a Number of FlneFarms and other
Desirable Propertv in my hands for
•JFPromol reply made to all letters. Charg
es in accordance with ’be times
Refers, by permission. Hon H. K. Banna
judge of the 1st Judcial District, and to any
business bouse in Jacksonville.
SILA® f. DAY.
*■1 have *»«» Oslo« rA»TABrT»MdM
a mild »nd «Seen ve laxative ther »re »imply won
derful. My daughter end I were G-lbered with
sick stomach and our breath was eery bad After
laklh« a tew doses of Caacarcr- we ha,« Impr-rved
wooderfullr The, are a great hel. In ih« fatally "
hilteohouM Bl Cincinnati. Oblo
1» the County Coart o< the State of Oregon for
In the matter of the Estate of Walter L.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned, administrator of the «state ot
Waller L. Hanna, deceased, has tiled tn the
county court of Jackson county. Oregon, bfs
final accou nt an said administrator, and by or-
derot Hon Chas. Prim judge of said court,
Saturday. October SS. 1801 at 10o'clock A. M.,ts
set for the hearing thereof. All persona
Interested are hereby notified to appear
and file his or her objection to tie same on or
before said day
Patata»;« Pofsnt. Taste Good Do
Dated Septem Iter ft 1901
Good, Never BicUn. Weaaan or Urine 10c 15c ûSe.
A. N. S0LI8S. Administrator.
ounty Assessor’s Notice to Ta
Notice la hereby given that the Board o
Equalization for .Jackson county. State of Ore
gon. will convene at the office of the County
Clerk, In Jacksonville. Oregon, on Monday.
Oetoner 7, 1801, for the purpose of publicly ex
amining the assessment roll end correcting
all errors In valuation, description and quali
ties of lands, lots and other property Said
Board will continue In session from day to day
until said roll hrs been duly examined.
All Interested parties will take notice and
govern themselves »ecordfngly
J C PENDLETON.
Dated Sept. t. 1901.
County Arecsaor. j
r—ruw. » muwi .
801,1 and 1P1 aranfeed hv all drng-
M • .T0.RAC
I IPMI» (lau to Cl »4 lobacco UabW
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
When washing chintz, begin by boil
ing two pounds of rice In two gallons
of water until soft. Pour this into the
tub, and when Just moderately warm
pnt the chintz In and wash it without
soap. Boll the same quantity of rice
and water again. Strain off the rice
and mix It with warm water, preserv
ing the water In which It was ladled
for rinsing water. Wash the chintz in
the warm water and rice, then rinse
in the boiling water In which the rice
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
By local application», as they cannot reach
the diseased portion ot the ear. There Is only
one way to cure deafness, and that 1» by con
stitutional remedies. Deafness 1» caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of
the Eustachian Tube When this tube 1» In
flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
rearinr: when It Is entirely closed Dear
ne»l li the resell, and unless th» Intlamiratlon
can oe taken out and this tube restored to Its
normal condition hearing will be deatroyud
forever: nine cases out or ten are caused by
Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed con
dition ot the mucous surfaces
We will glee one huudred dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by caiarrhj that can
not be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure bend lor
F J. CHENEY * CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Dnsra nnd Sotr,era ■» nite.
As.iljfie I k
than cite way of
booking a gr:o«:p. ko there is more than
one ir>»tl>o I of t -aehing n dug to throw
«omersriu't«. But the most practical
md thc-rcugh manner Is to fasten a
coni around the body of the animal
close to the foreleg», and two people
should bold the ends of the cord on
either side of the unfortunate dog.
A third party armed with a stout
rope take» a position lmi n diately In
front of the canine acrobat and with a
measured and masterly stroke flog» the
floor at clotte quarters to the dog's
At each stroke of the ropo the dog
springs backward, and that movement
Is the trainer’s golden opportunity. As
the dog spring backward the rope pass
ing under Its body Is Jerked upward,
and, although the first few attempts
may prove futile, the somersault 1» ac
quired in course of time. An Intelli
gent dog soon sickens of this order of
things and throws somersaults with
out tbe assistance of ropes.
A Blwwt Qaery.
A good story Is told of one of the dig
nitaries of the Scottish church. Before
he became known to fame he was min
ister of a remote pariah in Perthshire
and wm not considered a particularly
attractive preacher. At hli suggestion
extensive alterations were mode in tbe
transept of Ills church, and these had
the effect of sweeping away considera
ble seating accommodation. One day
after the alterations had t»-en effected
he visited the churcti to see how It
"What do you think of the Improve
ments, John?" he asked of tbe beadle.
“Impwements!” exclaimed John in
disdain. “They’re no Improvements at
a'. Whaur are ye gofn to put the folk?”
“Oil.” said the minister, “we have
abundance of room, John, considering
the size of the congregation.”
“That's a' very weel the noo," retort
ed tlie beadle, “but what will we do
when we get a popular mernlster’”
Dr. <iiies NirvtM Loosen» Gdn*a Traac»
' v xV'V X'V
-AXXN5XX - '
The Kind You llavo Always Bought, and which has been
In u . ho for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and lias been made under his per
sonal iiipcrvislon since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-us-good’* arc bufe
Experiments that tritio with and endanger the health of
Infants und Children—Experience against Experiment»
What is CASTORIA
Castor la is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare»
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is Its guarantee. It destroys Worm»
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrluva and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constl|>ation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TM« OCNTAUR «OMMNV. »▼ MURRAY •TBtCV. MtW VOR« OtTV-
"Klntf of the L«nd.”
“The North Dakota farmer Is the
king of the land, the happiest man on
earth today,” said Budd Ilivee.
“Here Is his situation In a nutshell:
Suite tilling up with people so that he
Is no longer lmMwoene; value of his land
doubling every two years; big crops;
good prices for all his products; mort
gages being paid off rapidly; when
loans have to be made, he can get all
the money he wants at •> per cent; he
has the finest climate in the world, the
best kind of people to live with—tn
fact, everything Is coming the way of
the North Dakota farmer.”—Minneap
The Way to Waah Chlnta.
Silas J. Day
In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for
In the matter of the estate of F. Logg
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
I’ undersigned has been appointed by the
county court of Jackson county. Oregon, sit
ting in probate, administrator of the estate of
F. Logg, di ceased
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to settle the «»me immediately, and
those having claims against said estate will
present them to J K. Nell, attorney at-law,
st his office in Jacksonville. Or., with proper
vouchers attached, within six months after
th u date of first publication of this notice.
Da ed August SS. 1801.
SILAS J DAY,
dm in ttrator of the estate of F. Logg pe
J. R. NF.'L, Attorney.
Warts are curious things. They
come and go mysteriously, although
tbelr going la frequently marked by
exanperatlug delay», aud there are al
most a» many Infallible cure« a» there
pre warts, the only trouble with these
cures being that they are useless when
applied to tlie particular wart you hap
pen to have. They are only good for
“In my opinion,’ said a clubman who
was discussing the subject with a
friend oue day, “n wart Is merely the
outward correspondence of some men
tal excrescence, (let rid of that, and
It goes away.
“1.14 me ¿Ive you a bit of my own
experience." he continued. “I-ast year
1 went to !'uro|>e. For about three
years 1 l;ad bad u wart on l.iy little lin
ger, on which 1 had tried everything I
could hear of. but without effect. It
only grew larger.
"Well, in the excitement of preparing
for the trip and of the Journey Itself 1
forgot all about my wart, and when C
looked for It about six weeks later it
bed Is so low that a serious shock may had vanished without leavlug the
be sustained by the system. To over slightest mark. I »Imply forgot It. and
come the low temperature lu n safe nnd It had no mental condition to feed on.
simple mauuer Edwin T. Keener ot I see you have oue on the back of your
Delaware, O., has designed the bed hand. Forget all about It for a few
warmer pictured in the cut. The lu- weeks, and It will go away of Itself.”
veutor provides an elongated oval
’’Ye».” said the other clubman, shrug
heating drum for attachment to the ging his »boulders, “but I can’t afford
footboard of the bed, with a fuuuel to take a trip to Eurm>e for the sake of
projecting downward from the center curtng one wart”
and an outlet at the upper side for the
Wolfe’» Monument !te*leeteg.
passage of the air and gases. In con
“It Is sad.” write« a Quebec corre
nectioo with this arrangement a small
lamp of any ordinary putteru Is used, spondent of the Iaxidon Post, “to see
the lioosl which surrounds the chimney the state of Wolfe’s monument today,
being fitted with a sustaining spring llank grass grows high Inside the
to keep the lamp in a fixed petition be rusty and worn Iron railings. The col
neath the funnel. A wick adjusting umn Is cracked uial If nothing be done
rod Is also provided, which may be must soon perish. The monument, n
turned without rising, the position of simple column, with a helmet and
the eyelet at the end of the rod Indicat sword on the top. and Ils Inscription,
ing 1 k > w far It should be turned to put ‘Wolfe Died Here, Victorious, 13 Sept.,
out or raise the flame. The heater Is 1750,’ is sublime In Its simplicity. The
claimed to be entirely safe ami while present sordid surroundings of the
heutlng the bed to the desired tem scene of the hero’s death cannot l>e
helped, but surely the monument Itself
perature has the advantage of not
raising the temperature of the room to on the spot on which be died should
not be left uncared for.”
an unhealthy degree for sleeping.
U nited S tates L and O ffice ,
R oseburg ,Oregon. August 14,1901.
To W hom I t H ay C oncern :
Notice Is hereby given that the
Oregon and California Railroad
Company Las tiled in this office a list
of lands situated in the townships
described below, and has applied for
a patent for said lands; that the list
is open to the public for inspection
and a copy tborsof by descriptive
subdivisions li is been posted in a
convenient place in this office, for the
inspection of all persons Interested
and to the public generally.
South of ba-e line and west of
Willamette Meridian, Twp 39 8, R. 8
SWiofNWi. and NWi of SWi,
Sec. 21, SWI of NWi. Sec. 27.
Twp 41 S., R. 4 W.
Abstracts made to Titles of
NWi of NEi of Sec. ».
Within the next sixty days follow
ing the date of this notice, protests or
contests against the claim of the
sit uind i ruwr ■ p -«speclallr pertaining tc
company to any tract or subdivision
tbe settle et,t ot estates
within any section or part of section,
described in the list, on the ground Accounts Ci'lcctei, ."rompt Remittance.
that the same is more valuable for
mineral than for agricultural pur
poses, will be received and noted for investment securities -* »peciau/. Jackson
Scrip bought and sold.
report to the general land office at County
[ have a complete set of maps of all surveyed
Washington. D. C.
lands in this county, and receive Abstracts
J. T. B ridge «, Register.
monthly from Roseburg Land Office, the Land
Department of the O & C. R. K and the State
J. H. B ooth , Receiver.
Land Department at Salem of all new entries
It la not at all pleasant to be com
pelled to crawl Into a cold bed when
WITH A LAME BACK ? retiring to rest, aud yet on many a
winter night It 1» next to Impossible to
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. warm the beds to the desired tempera
ture unless a large amount of coal Is
Almost everybody who reads the news consumed, and in houses where no fur-
papers is sure' to know of the wonderful tiuce Is provided the temperature of the
Owns 5000 Acres Experted Oil Lands.
in the Frcvno-Alpha well at 520 feet near our property.
This, with the strike of tlie llaaiiltouian Oil Company only a
short distance from our land, seemingly proves this to be
one of the richest districts in California. Sub companies now
forming. One rig already ordered will drill this month.
Non-A»wes»able. 5Oc Share
Treasury stock now selling for dcvcloyment purposes.
Note our Directors.
sugar than tea,
coffee, or any other cereal
coffee, the wholesome fruit
sugar contained in figs and
prunes largely supplying
It is the verdict of every
housewife that FIGPRUNE
is the most economical and
nutritious of any cereal
Beil from 5 to 10 minutes only.
ALL GROCERS SELL
PHILLIPS of San Joee (capitalist)
J. M. GLBAVESof Han Franc I neo (U. R Surveyor-General)
Vice -Pre« I dent
JAMBHG. MAGUIRE of San Francisco (ei-U. S- CouKruahinan)
DUNSMOOR of San Francisco
(Secretary of California Rank Comm 1 as lone m
LANE of San Francisco
Secretary and General Manager
(1st Vice-President California Petroleum Miners* Association I
Send at once for Prospectus and Particulars.
LONDON OIL COMPANY,
Rooms 6 and 7, Nth floor Mills Building, San Francisco, Cal.
| tir Mention ibis naoer. |
DON’T STOP WORK!
For a Sprained Arm, Ankle or back
Buy a Bottle ot
DR. JORDAN’S « ut '
MUSEUM OF INATOMY
lOai MARKET IT . SAN FRANCISCO. CAL
Rub in well and
r» ou an y co a ir «e»
4M rely eured by (
YOU ARE GOOD AS NEYl
IT HAS CURED OTHERS, IT WILL CURE YOU.
Button'»Bn»p Shot, tbe wonderful destroyer of all form» of tnilammsllon In m»n or u»
50c and II per bottle, R. K. SUTTON, sole proprietor and manufacturer, A uh I and. Ore.on
Fur »ale al City Drug Store. Jacksonville, and by Dr J. Hinkle Central Point
TERRIBLE I EAST - - -
are the serious misfortune nine The ■ Shasta - Route
eur^ fot Flit
---- or TH!----
tenths of the women in the
world. Women should know o(
Its wonderful effectiveness in
these diseases has made it thous
ands of friends.
$1.00 |>cr bottle at the
nr C-Oi e o
oíttir turo MM W «A 4o tei lst« fr«e with «»»ry Syrings.
AffTMAh!« te «st Í
unrivalad, Owr "VOSniHlIITIAl»
mftwwu lcn (hr fom«M only ’ FBWK In plain «n salnpe. No
, Blumauer-Frank Drug Co.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
Train Inavn Medford for“fti-4iand aadway
atatlona at 4:81 a m and 4:W r m
9 Ä 4 M
6:00 r ■
11:46 À M
II:»1 P a
Arrive A »hl and
II M » M
ti n a M
Arrive Sacramento 6:IU P _
5:00 A M
Arrlve San Franeleeo 1 4b r M
» 46 A M
7:kl A li
t:UO A M
0:10 A M
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Arrive iftneaa Clly 7:1» 4 m
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~6 » A M
Arrive I^>ïï~Angele» t-00f>~u
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Orle ane W&0 p m
Arrive New Tork
It: 10 ~r~»
“7:00 » M
0:60 p M
6« A M
l»:10 p m
Pullman and lourtet care on both trama
Chair care Sacramento to Ogden »nfi El
Paeo, and tourlet care 10 Chicago St Lout»
New Orleane and Waah I ng ton
Direct connection at Ban Francieoo with
eteamahla line» for Hawaii, Japan, China, the
Pbioppinea and Auatralla.
For through tlokete and rates call on or ad-
»«» W. V T.lpplneori Agent, Medford.
r H. MARKHAM
G F A P As’t