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HE DEMOCRATIC TIMES
A Tale of Three Lawyer*.
I JOSEPHINE COUNTY ITEMS.
Eistern eggs are now coming into
tiie Portland market at the rate of
nbouta carload a week. The fresh totheOregonlan narrates particulars
______ .___ _____________ Assessor Crow is at Portland, tak-
Oregon product sell* at .'10 cents per Of
c* the adventures
*J---------- of ' _ a ■_ trio
_ ; Big a well earned vacation.
dozen wholesale. There is a good nent legal luminaries, giving District
Often Ing in Southern Oregon for Attorney Rearnes a* the author of | Tne Foresters of America will give
or a “L
bill on the night
their woes. This
‘ _2, ’iCthnnah
There Is an increase instead of an obliging disposition, declines to
diminution In the car famine that absorb the skilfullness as a mountain
Jas Childs, Jr., has returned from
has existed along the Southern Pa guide heaped on him, although ac Al**ka. after a protracted ab«ence.
cificlines iu Oregon and the Shasta knowledging the accuracy of the bal He will go back next spring.
route for some weeks past, and the ance of the story, ft seems that Mr.
F H Oagood, the extensive operator
scarcity of rolling stock I* Interfering Rennes, A. 8. Hammond and F. M.
with both’the business of the railroad Calkins, together with Judge Benson in mines, left for his home at Seattle,
and of private individuals aud corpo and U. A. Cogswell of Portland, had last week, but will not remain long.
traveled all that, day. and when they
T. Y. Dean and J. A. Jennings, two
Fruit growers will find the Pacific had arrived at the base of a moun of our prominent citizens, spent sev
Nursery Co. of Tangent,Linn county, tain east of Drew’s station, which is eral days io Jackson county last
one of the moat reliable on the Pacific about 40 miles from Klamath Falls, week.
coast. They grow a large assortment tile horses they had been driving were
H. W. Norwood, a machinist who
or the best aud most popular fruit, used up. This was about live o’clock
shade and ornamental trees, and war In the evening, and the three gentle operated in the mines of Williams
rant the quality and name of every men first named, being the younger of creek for awhile in 1900, was fatally
thing they sell. Intending purchasers the party, volunteered to walk oyer injured in the fire which destroyed
can save agents’ profits by sending the mouotain to Drew’s, a distance of the Continental Hotel at Albina last
directly to them.
about 12 miles. Mr. Reamea, who had Thursday. The hands and face of the
unfortunate man were so severely
Capt. D. J. Ferree, a well-known been over the road before, acted a« burned that the skin peeled off in the
iiioneer of Southern and Southeastern guide, counselor and friend to the dressing of the injuries. He suffered
Jregon, who Is now employed at the other two, who followed his lead with Sreat agoDy just after his rescue and
state penitentiary, has returned from confidence. Leaving their vehicle efore relieved by opiates.
a visit east of the Rocky mountains. they ascended the mountain, and had physicians were dressing his injuries
He commanded an Iowa cavalry com
he regained consciousness. Indica
pany during the civil war, and found they came to a point where the road tions were that his vitality would
on his visit to that state that the
keep him alive several days; but he
bugle had sounded “taps" for the last and the other to Drews’. Unfortu took a turn for the worse quite un
time for most ot bls comrades.
latitude and longitude oecarne mixed expectedly. __
W. R. Stansell, manager of the in the darkness, and he led them onto
Rogue River Mining Co., is again on the Bonanza road. The night was
the ground, after several weeks spent bitterly cold, the road contained nu
Miss Edith Osenbrugge spent Sun
at Cleveland, Ohio, in reorganizing merous rocks and depressions, and the
the corporation and increasing its party had left overshoes, overcoats day in Jacksonville.
capital, lie has succeeded In obtaining and gloves In the wagon.
Rev. W. Bitter will hold services
ample funds for the building of.a trudging about six miles, sometimes at the Catholic church in Medford
logging railroad, which will run from on their knees and occasionally on all ’Sunday morning, at 10 o’clock.
the head of Foots creek, where the fours, they halted to hold a council of
company owns several thousand acres war. Their hands and faces had be
Miss KeLogg of Grant’s Pass, who
of good timber, land, to the White come stiffened with the cold, but by has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J.
place, situated on Rogue river, a dis dint of some effort they gatiiered Barneburg, returned home Friday.
tance of about five miles, and a saw enough fuel and built a tire. This
Mrs. M. Obenchaio, Miss Sophie
mill that will haye a capacity of 59,- was about 10 o'clock at night. Not Muller,
Mrs. T. J. Kenney and E. H.
000 feet per day. Work on this im satisfied that they were on the wrdng
Helms of Jacksonville were here
portant enterprise will commence in road, Mr. Reames skurried on another Monday.
the near future, meanwhile the com mile. Finally, in tiie inky blackness,
pany will spend- the winter iq ope they commenced to retrace their S tatz or O hio , C ity or T oledo , 1
rating and developing Its mines.
steps. They reached Drews station
F rank J. C hbnzy makes oath that he Is se
at “ 4:30 o’clock next imuiuiuk
morning, , <<»iu-
com- nior partner ot the firm ot F. J. C heney k Co.,
The Tidings says the prospective’-
business In the City ot Toledo. County
buildlng of a new lumber rallroad'P e^'ye^oaustedandfaintfromhun- doing
and State aforesaid, and that said firm will
from a point on the S. P. Co.’s line, a«Ker- . having I eaten r
■ - pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
on the previous morning.
tor eaen and every case ot C ata hkh that can
short distance south of Klamathon, breakfast
not be cured by the use ot H all ' s (J atabbh
up the Klamath river into the Jenny
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Retail Market Report.
creek augar-nine belt, and the erec
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
tion of a new saw mill and box factory,
The following quotations were presence, this Sth day ot December, A. D.
Is likely to come into the hands of made up this afternoon, and is an 1836
A. W. GLEASON,
Scott & Van Arsdale. Iu the event impartial report of the prices paid j sial r
of the transfer of their property to by Jacksonville dealers:
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and
the Eastern syndicate, they will un
Wheat—60c per bushel.
acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
dertake the exploitation of Hervey
Flour—91.70 (a #1.80 per 100 pounds. ot the system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Lindley’s preliminary survey of a
Oats—36c per bushel.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
lumber road up the Klamath and ac
Barley—Rolled, #1.25 per cental.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
quire his interest* in the same.
Hay—Per ton, baled. #10.
Potatoes--#! 50 per hundred.
Game Warden Quimby thinks that
Onions—l a2 per pound.
there has been a marked improve
To sell “McKinley’s Dying Words,
Butter—35c(a'50c per roil.
ment in the observance of the deer
the latest, greatest and most pathetic
Beans—2i<i3c per pound.
law this year, as very few, If any, deer
copyrighted song of the day. Over
have been slain for their hides alone.
15,000 were sold In Chicago during
Eggs—30i<i35c per dozen.
Three years ago the slaughter of
first three days of publication. Regu
these animals for their skins was
lar 50-cent sheet mu*ic size for 25
eiormous in Southern Oregon, one
cent* a copy.
Words by Howard
Hams—16ic per pound.
crowd of hunters having slain as
Carleton Tripp, the celebrated lectur
many as 3000. Since then farmers
er, editor and author.
Side Bacon—15?a20c per pound.
and stockmen have become aroused
Charles E. Smith, the noted band
In the Interest of deer preservation,
leader and musical composer. A
It Dazzle* the World.
and so hunters who come In over the
financial harvest can be made by ener
California line for the purpose of
getic canvassers. Send 25 cents for
slaying deer by the wholesale are in created one quarter of the excitement sample copy and terms to agents and
that has been caused by Dr. King's
danger of belug reported.
Address T he B est
New Discovery for consumption. It’s retail dealer«.
At Portland Saturday Judge Sears severest tests have been or hopeless M usic Co., Kingsley, Iowa.
denied the motion for a new trial In victims of consumption, pneumonia,
Land for Sale.
the case of Bradley Francis Durph.v, hemorrhage, pleurisy and bronchitis,
who was convicted of polygamy. Dur- thousands of whom it ha« restored to
I have 1560 acres of land, all in one
phy will appear for sentence today. perfect health. For coughs, colds, tract, on Antelope creek for sale. It
C. M. Idleman. his counsel, gave asthma, croup, hay fever, hoarseness is situated 18 miles from Jacksonville,
notice that an appeal to the supreme and whooping cough it is the quick 12 miles from Central Point, and 10
court will be taken; but it is possible est, surest cure in the world. It Is miles from Medford. I will sell this
that 11 a considerable tine is Imposed, sold by City Drug Store, which guar land in tracts of 100 acres up until all
which the statute permits, the de antees satisfactiotAir refunds money. is sold, at $10 per acre. It is good
fendant might pay and abandon the Large bottles 50c and »1.00.
Trial farming and grazing land, and a good
appeal. The court held that affdavtts bottles free.
stock range on the outside. I will
of the jurors regarding their own mis
sell all, or as low as 100 acres in a
conduct in the jury-rootu cannot be The Best Chrlstma* Gift for a tract. Inquire of W m . B ybee , Jack
received for the purpose of setting
aside a verdict. If tliis could be done,
Sent as a year's subscription to T he
nearly every verdict might
be Y outh ’ s C ompanion #1.75 will buy
Grand Christmas Raffle.
the fifty-two weekly issues of T he
A rattle for #100 in U. 8. gold roin
The following is the programme of Y outh ' s C ompanion for 1902. It will will take place at the Banquet saloon
the literary and musical entertain buy the two hundred and fifty fasci in Jacksonville on Tuesday night.
ment to be given at the U. 8. Hall nating stories in the new volume for Dec. 24, 1901. The person throwing
Saturday evening Nov. 30th, by Jack- 1902. It will buy t he fifty interesting the highest number with dice will
------- of . ..
• r of
sonville’s - branch
special articles contributed by famous get <75. and the lowest throw takes
Christian Endeavor; Plano at uet, men and women to the new* volume the remaining #25. Chances will
Peter Schmol Florence DeBar, Agnes for 1902.
It will entitle the new range from one cent to #1. A line
Love. Minuet, Ruth Peters, Frances subscriber who sends in his subscrip turkey supper will be set after the
Kenqey, Fleta Ulrich, Vance Colvlg, tion now to all the issues of T he C om raffle, which will be conducted to in
Vivien Beach, Donald Cameron. panion for the remaining weeks of sure general satisfaction.
Solo, "Mollie, Drive the Cows Home,’’ 1901 free. It will entitle' the new
Leona Ulrich. Tableau, Marguerite. subscriber for 1902 to one of T iie C om -
(Juartette, Lullaby, Edith Priest, PANION'.* new calendars for 1902,litho
Helen Colvlg. Anna Wendt, Margaret graphed In twelve colors and gold.
Tableau, Autumn. 8<>lo, Full illustrated announcement of the
“Coon, Own, Coon," Vance D-Bar new volume for 1902 will be sent to
Colvlg. Tabieau, Crescent.
Solo. anv address free.
T he Y ouths
“Gentle Spring." Margaret Krause. C ompanion , 195 Columbus Avenue,
Monologue, “A Pa««lng Cloud," Helen Boston, Mass.
“Two years ago my hair was
Mar Colvig Violin solo, “Flower
falling out badly. I purchased a
Song," Mary DeBar. “The Beacon County 1 reasurer** 23d Notice.
Light.’’ Military Drill. Solo. Edith
Max Muller, county treasurer, gives
bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor, and
notice that there are funds in the
•oon my hair stopped coming out.’’
After referring to the tragedy of county treasury for the redemption
Miss Minnie Hoover, Paris, 111.
President McKinley’s death, “harmo
nious feeling of all parties, the
smooth workings of our state affairs, both date* inclusive. Interest on the
Perhaps your mother
the prosperity of our country.” and same will cease after the above date.
thin hair, but that is
recognizing In all tilings the Divine
D. veiling for Sale.
Mind and Hand, Governor Geer de
no reason why you must
clares Thursday. Nov. 28tn, a day of
The no iersigned offers his residence
thanksgiving and prayer. He recom property, pleasantly located in Jack
go through life with half
mends “that all our people on that sonville, for sale at a reasonable fig
day. while remembering the poor ure. It 1« well arranged and supplied
starved hair. If you want
with appropriate gifts and cheerful with a number of conveniences, be
long, thick hair, feed it
words, desist from their usual voca sides having a considerable arei or
tions, and, In their usual places of ground annexed, which Is planted in
with Ayer’s Hair Vigor,
worship, or elsewhere, glye praise to fruit tree-. For parti ular* apply to
Almighty God,upon whom our fathers
O tto B iedk .
and make it rich, dark,
«0 firmly relied for national as well as
____ _____ Gold Hili.
Individual guidance, for past mercies,
The Children's Friend.
and Invoke the Divine aid along the
il.M a Mtte. All AraaMt.
pathway of national righteousness as
You’ll have a cold soon. May be you
our country assumes the leadl ng posi have one now.
If your drugvist cannot supply you,
Your children will
»end us one dollar and we will express
tion in 4>ower and influence among stiffer, t<s>. For coughs, croup, bron
you a bottle. Be sure and give the name
the nations of the earth.”
chitis, gnp und other winter com
of your nearest express office. Address,
J. C. AYER CO., Lowell. Mass.
plaints One Minute Cough Cure never
T* the Public.
fails. Act* promptly. It Is wry pleas
Allow me to say a few words In ant to the t **te and perfectly harm
praise of Chamberlain’s Cough Rem less. C. B George, Winchester, Ky..
edy. I can recommend it with the qt- writes: "Our little girl w» attacked
mn«t confidence. It has done good with croup late one night and was so
work for me and will do th# same for hoarse she could hardly «peak. We
others. I had a very severe cough and gave ner a few doses of One Minute
cold, and feared I would get pneu Cough (Jure. It relieved her imme
monia; but after taking a second dose diately ano she went to sleep. When
of this medicine I feel better; three sbe awok next morning she had no
bottles of It cured my cold and the signs of Hoarseness nr croup." City
pains In my chest disappeared entire Drug Store. Jacksonville, and Dr. J.
ly. I am most respectfully yours for Hinkle, C< ntrai Point.
I» ABSOLUTELY pure,
health, R alph S. M bykrs , 64-Thirty-
and will OUTWEAR all
seventy St., Wheeling, W. ‘Va. For
sale by City Drug Store.
Now U£he time to pay the printer.
A new line of ladies’ waists and
skirts at Nunan’s.
The price of hogs lias gone up to 5
PERSON AL MENTION.
cents a pound.
Don't fail to take a chance In the
Judge Benson U at Salem, visiting
grand Christmas raffle.
There has been rune rain and fog
Mr«. J. D. Cook, who has been quite
during the past few days.
111, is convalescing.
O. Harbaugh, who was badly hurt
E. E. Lyons of Grant's Pass was In
in a runaway, Is recovering.
Jacksonville the forepart of the week.
T. Reid and Wm. Broad, were over
Lester Lacy and his family have
from Forest creek Saturday.
become residents of Talent precinct.
Dr. C. R. Ray, the extensive oper
Mrs. W. Bannister left for Quartz
ator In mine*, was here Monday.
valley, Calif., Sunday, to visit rela-
H. E. Ankeny lias returned from tives.
his trip to Portland and Eugene. ,
J. K. P. Rowe Is again r postai aw ter
F. M. Calkins of Ashland, court at Sam’s valley, Mr. Fitzgerald hav
stenographer, is at the county-seat.
Wes. Vogelei of Applegate and W.
K. K. Kubli got back from his trip R. Johnson of »Trail creek preciqct
to Portland and Eastern Oregon Sun were in town Monday.
The regular term of circuit court
W. H. Venable of Union precinct for Jackson county will begin on the
was a visitor In Jacksonville Satur second Monday In December.
A nice holiday present to your lady
Shearer Bros., of Steamboat, the friend, a pair of Centemeri’s genuine
well-known miners, are In Jackson kid gloves. Nunan, sole agent.
Quail and other upland birds, ex
Mrs. Delia Barbe left for Humboldt cepting Chinese pheasants, can now
county, Calif., Sunduy, to visit rela be sold In Southern Oregon.
Circuit court Is In session again.
Henry Popkin of the Grant’s Pass Several cases will be heard before
Bottling Works was with us again final adjournment of the term.
The turkey season Is opening.
Postmaster Reames of Gold Hill Many hundreds of the birds will be
and bls family are visiting in Jack shipped to the San Francisco market.
Notes, receipts, drafts, due-bills,
O. Hu mason of oold Hill, the geni etc., in book form, can always be ob
al operator in mines, was In town tained at T he T imes Printing House.
The citizens of Ashland are agi
H. C. Mackey, the photographer, tating a sewage system, to cost #20,-
made Jacksonville a professional visit 000'. Money will be raised by issuing
R. F. Dean, a prominent citizen of
John W. Kelly, the veteran printer
Willow Springs precinct, was among and newspaper publisher, spent Fri
day night in Jacksonville. He was
T. Y. Dean and J. A. Jennings of on bls way south.
Rant’s Pass spent Thursday night In
The sale of property belonging to
delinquent taxpayers will be held
Under Sheriff McCarthy and Fred., next Saturday, the 23d. The list :>as
Ficke went to Ashland Sunday to see shrlnken considerably.
their best girls.
Salt Salmon Bellies,
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Cantrail of Ap
plegate have been visiting In Ash
land and vicinity.
Cornelius Swett, who mined and
Thos. Reid and Wm. Broad of For
est creek, the miners, were in Jack broke horses in thl* section nea.ly 40
years ago, is in Jacksonville. He is
now located at Fortuna, Humboldt
Supt. Daily has returned from county, Calif.
visiting schools in the Trail creek and
The county clerk has Issued license
t<> marry to kdward F. Grisez of 81s-
Vincent Cook was among the Port kiyon county, Call!., and Miss Nellie
land contingent who wir.cessed the M. Towne: also to Irving Dalev and
Miss Eva Conley.
W. F. Towne of Phoenix, the well-
Wm. Dunnlngton, who went to
known pioneer, tarried awhile in Texas sometime ago, but did not stay
Jacksonville Friday evening.
long ther^rot back to Jacksonville
Thos. McAndrew, the pioneer farm Friday, tie now thinks Southern Or
er, was In Jacksonville Saturday, ac egon next to Ileaveo.
companied by G. Burroughs.
The term of circuit court for Klam
L. A. Rose of Phoenix and A. ath county, which was postponed on
Andrews of Griffin creek and his account or the prevalence of what is
said to lie small pox at Klamath
brother are in Jacksonville today.
Falls, will be held in January.
Messrs. Vawter, Hammond and
Rev. W. Bitter ■will hold services at
Snell, Medford lawyers, are at the
county-seat on professional business. the Catholic church In Jacksonville
Sunday, at 8:30 a . m . and 7:30 r. m .
J. T. Breeden. A. Throckmorton On the same day, at 10 o'clock a . m .,
and Walter Bostwick of Union pre be will officiate at Medford.
cinct were at the county-seat Friday.
Allstrenm« in this section of Ore
Mrs. A. E. Reames, .vho has been gon, as well as others, are now lower
| visiting at Hillsboro with her par- Ilian ever known before. An unusual-
jents, returned to Jacksonville Satur- ’ ly dry summer, followed by an extra-
1 ordinary dry autumn, causes ttds.
Will. Hanna of Alameda. Calif., is
Will. Puh! Monday opened aparber-
He represents a 1 shop in the Masonic bulding, which
prominent wholesale house of San lias been neatly fitted up and will be
up to date In every particular when
Mr. and Mrs. F. Roper, who have he receives his porcelain bath tub.
been visiting at Ashland and Phoenix,
E. E. Scliluesclien, formerly a resi
leave for their home at Bakersfield,
dent of Woodville, was one of our re
< alif., tills week.
cent visitors, lie is now in the em
J. D. Coleman of Portland, the ploy of the Pacttic States Telephone
clever manager of the Home Fire Ina. Co., and ranges nearly everywhere.
Co. for the Northwest, made Jack-
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Churchill,
sonviilea visit Friday.
who have resided at Yreka many
I. A. Macrum, ex-rail road com years, celebrated the 40th anniversary
•, who Is now a special agent o’ their marriage on the 14th. Mr.
Department, spent a C. Is the wealthiest citizen of North
he I terior
fevMiours in Jacksonville Friday.
New Seeded Raisins,
Mrs. F. Grob visited with friends In
New Zinte Currants,
Jacksonville last week. In company
New Citron and Lemon Peel,
with her husband, John Dyar and ills
New Cream Cheese,
family she Is now residing at Ashland.
Thos. E. Hammersly, who has been
in Eastern < iregon, Is visiting his for
As usual,a big raffle,for #100 In coin,
mer home at Gold Hill. He was on
the police force of Baker city for takes place at The Banquet on
• Christmas eve, which will be rollowea
by a sumptuous turkey supper, to
Col. W. 8. Stone of Yreka.the veter which a general Invitation is ex
an stage-route manager, passed tended. Cnancev are going at a lively
hrough the valley last week, en route rate.
o Grant’s Paes, to look after his in-
The Table Rock Saloon, which Is
now under the sole management of E.
Mrs. T. M. Prim returned Friday H. Helms,has been supplied with new
'urn Ashland, where ehe has lieen up-to-dste fixtures of the latest pat*
lending several weeks with her sis- tern. Give Ed. a call. He keeps a
>r, Mrs. L. Pengra. She leaves tor big line of line wines, liquors and
an Francisco today.
M. __ J. ______
Lonaldson-Selby, who has
Hunters report that not since 1890,
een at Gazelle, Calif., in the employ when quail were almost extinguished
f the Dewey Mining Co., returned to by the heavy snowfall during tne
terlIngvllie a few days ago, and will forepart of that year,have those birds
emain there awhile.
been so scarce as now. A number of
C. F. Young and J. C. Hail of Gold reasons are given therefor, all of
Illi went to Han Francisco to which seem plausible enough.
vitness the Jeffrles-Rulilln fight,
The Southern Oregon Marble Co.
[•hey are now of the opinion that has been organized by J. C. Whlpp
hey could have spent their money to and F. L: Wright, with headquarters
at Ashland. Both have had consid-
T he T imes Is sorry to learn that J. able experience in the business, aud
J. Whlpp and hl* family will soon will keep in touch with the latest
eave Jacksonville, where they have ideas, dealing only in the best mate
'esided so long. The people of Ash- rials.
and are to be congratulated upon
M. A. Walker has a nice little farm,
>hls accession to their population.
situated not far from Antioch school
J. W. Opp, who went to St. Louis a house, Table Rock precinct, which he
It contains 110
ihort time ago, returned Sunday. will *ell very low.
While there be made arrangements acres ot laud, 30 acres of which are io
There Is s dwelling,
■or the successful operation of the cultivation.
nlnlng property, situated west of well, outbuildings, etc., on the place.
'acksonvllle, which he bonded some- Only #400. Address Mr. Walker at
Tecora, Jav Beach’s famous old
Howard Grlsez, one of Northern
¿Mlfornia’s best young men, rm in broodmare, that died In Alameda
icksonvllle Friday, on business par county, Calif., two years ago, secured
ticularly Interesting to himself. He her seventh 2.30 performer this year
has since been wedded to Miss Nellie In Claymont 2:271,a high-class stailion
Towne,the accomplished and amiable owned by Dr. Maulsby of Wichita.
laughter of W. F. Towne, of Phoe- Kansas. The names of those previous
I can give employment to eight or
ilx. T he T imes wishes them a long ly in her standard list are Chehalis ten good teams. at $3 per day, Apply
!fe oPprosperlty and wedded bliss, 2:O4i, De) Norte 2:08, Touchet 2:15, to me at the Fish Lake Ditch camp.
n which it Is Joined ty their many Tenino 2:194, Lyla 2:27 and Coqueta
D. E. M orris ,
2:30. All are by Altamont.
Supt. of Construction.
NOVEMBER 21. 1901.
, For infanta and Children.
The Kind You Haw Always Bought
If your local dealer doea nòt carry
It, write to ua and wo will see that you
W. P. Fuller & Co.
Podtivoly that thoro ¡9 Na<
Modicino for Woman’» lflt>
Ctiual to Lydia L. Plnkham’n
“ I commenced
taking Lydia E.
three months ago,
and cannot express
the wonderful good
it has done me.
so profuse as to
leave me very weak
for some time after.
Was *lso troubled with leucorrhoea,
tired feeling, bearing-down sensation,
pain across the back and thigh*. I
felt as though there was a heavy
weight in my stomach all the time. I
have taken two bottle* of the medicine,
and now have better health than I
have had for four years.”
M b *. L izzie D ickson II odge .
CHANGE OF UFE
“ I was taken sick
five years ago with
‘ The Grippe,’ and
had a relapse and
was given up by
the doctor and my
friends. Change of
Life began to work
on me. I flowed
very badly until a
year ago, then my
stomach and lungs
got so bad, I suffered terribly; the
blood went up in mylungs and stomach,
and I vomited it up. I could not eat
scarcely anything. I cannot tell what
I Buffered with mvhead. My husband
got me a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compbund, and before I bad
taken half of it I began to improve,
and to-day I am another woman. The
Pinkham's medicine has saved my life.
I cannot praise it enough.”
M. A. D enson . Millport, N.Y.
If thia taatlmo-
^^^^^^3la £. Pinkham Medicina Oa.
PARK AND WASHINGTON STREETS
A. P. Armatroag, LL. B., Principal
A practioal, progressive school, conspicuous
for thorough work, with hundreds of graduates
in positions as bookkeepers and stenographers.
Already proud of a high standing wherevef
known, it steadily grows better and better.
Open all the year. Students admitted any time.
Private or class instruction. Learn what and
how we teach, and what it costs. Catalogue frew
---------------- Board of Directors--------------- —
D. P. THOMPSON, PRESIDENT
». SOLIS COHEN
DAVID M. DUNNM
ABSOLUTE PuR IT v
G tjZX f=l XX ixi T E. E. O
St. Mary’s Academy,
ESTABLISHED IN 1865.
T he school continues the careful training
ind thorough instruct Ton for which it is favor
Is always in charge of competent and exper-
enced teachers. Board and tuition per session
f twenty week. , HO.00. Studies will be reeum-
d September 2, 1V01.
For prospectus, address
SISTERS OF THE HOLT NAMES.
Notice to Trespasser*
To Whom It M»y Concern:
Notice Is hereby given that al) persona are
strictly forbidden from entering or tn anv man
ner trespassing on the premises of the under
signed. described as follows: The NEq ot
the NEq snd the Wq of the NEq. See. 8,
Twp SR. R 1 W
Attention is called to Sec
tion I71M of the Criminal Code ot Oregon, which
reads as follows:
If anv person other than sn officer on lawful
business shall goor trespass up n ary lands cr
p. emlses not his own. snd shall tali, reg lee t
or refuse to depart therefrom Immediately, ar d
remain away until permitted to return uprn
the verbal or printed or written notice of the
owner or person in the lawful occupation of
said lands or premises, such trespasser shall
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon
conviction thereof shall be puntshed by a fine
not less than fl"e nor more than titty dollars,
snd shsll be committed. In default or pavmeM
of tine and costs imposed, to the j»i| or tB
county In which the offense Is committed one
dev foreach two dollars of the said tine aad
Tne lew will be strictly enforced agslnst ell
trespassers, ss well ss legal damagis
Durol has been placed In charge of tne shore
C.B ROSI KL