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Jacksonville’s lodge of the United
Order of Artisans held a social session
will be several exhibitions of
Jas. Buckley, Jr., of Applegate was Wednesday evening, complimentary
Wm. Heely of Jacksonville and his*
to J. C. Whlpp, a prominent member wire are visiting in Medford.
, boxing, wrestling and other athletic
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1901 here yesterday.
sport.« at the opera house, Medford,
thereof, who will soon take up his
A new line of ladle«' waists and residence in Ashland. It was well
Dr. J. M. Keene returned Tuesday Saturday evening, Nov. 30th. A num-
skirt« at Nunan’«.
------ of * —
" *--------- clever athletes PKE3IDZNT Gz THE MIGHIÖA1T
attended and a success In every way. from a short visit to Portland.
PERSONAL MEM f ION.
PRE8BYTEYI.UT PUBLISHING 00.
The following pro
Joe McDaniel has returned from
J. D. Heard left fur San Francisco
Not nearly enough wheat was
gramme has been arranged for the
raised In Southern Oregon last season Tuesday, to conclude a mining deal.
L. C- Kain Is at Grant's Pass, visit Siskiyou county, Calif.
Inter- V1-- ’ !
In the Lift» of*
occasion: Address, LC Narregan. 1.
Buree».r<! Man r« Told Ina
E. W. Crippen returned to this sec to supply the local demand, which
Dressed turkeys sold tor 15 cents a Five-round glove contest, J J Brophv
compels millers to ship In the cereal pound In tin» marketduring the week. and H W Jackson. 2. Five-round
D. B. Nolls« of Griffin creek and his tion during tbe week.
already. Sixty cents Is the ruling
contest, Dr II Butler and H B
Mr. Ar’l.ur I a j.'»th is president of
son Joim are in town.
Wm. Cushman of Trail creek pre price here, although more has been
Tobe Stone was in Medford Tues glove
Myers. 3. Ten-round glove contest,
paid, with a likelihood of a still day, visiting Dr. Bundy, the genial Cha» Gannon of Portland and Frank the Klch'.grn Presbj feria:» Publishing
C. A. Van der Ilellen of Antelope is cinct 1« in Jacks'inyille.
Conpiiny < •• i is ::own a u conscien
visiting In Jacksonville.
Don’t fail to take 11 chance In the
Freeman of Spokane. 4. Barrel box
tious and rt-liul.:., 1. 1.1 . far us the offi
T. R Rock of Thompson creek and
cial orguu of tLatihuca, the Michigan
bis brother are in town..
The county corumlMloners’ court
as catch can, 2 In 3 fal's, Linn Rum- Presbyterian, c rculut.... TLe home
given at U. 8. Hall Saturday night Rock precinct.
A. H. Saltmarsh of Applegate WUH will convene next Wednesday.
ley, champion of Rogue river vallev, office of the concern i.at No. 15 John R.
by Jacksonville’s Society of Christian
among us a few days ago.
H. Leighton, the scientific miner, is Endeavor have already been sold. The
and Chas Boner of Talent. H H street. Detroit, «nd in taut town he is
Howard will act a» referee and I L known as the sncceesful i-mnager of a
large audience which will be in at Tuesday in Meatord.
Mrs. J. F. White of Medford is pay- down from Hatch’s Retreat.
Hamilton as time-keeper. Music will large buxines* hi « i a leading citizen. In
Ing Jacksonville a visit.
C. Swett, 8r., has returned to Jack tendance will no doubt be well pleased
Mr. Stewart, after a short visit be furnished by the Medford cornet a recent intarview he aaid:
with the programme.
F. M. Amy of Central Point WUB sonville from bis visit to Ashland.
with relative« living In Medford, re band. The boxing contests will in no
"Several ytars ugu, in some manner I
The Medford Furniture Co., suc turned to Klamath county.
among our visitors Tuesday.
The holiday« are almost here. They
way resemble prize fights, and are for
strained my back Instead of getting
cessor to 1. A. Webb, ha» one of the
Mrs. Bessie Plytr.ale of Medford Is
C. P. Snell, the attorney, is being ctoh in Medford. General admission, better it became worse and the jiaiu in
finest and largest stocks of goods ever
the guest of Miss Kate Plytnale.
brought to Southern Oregon. It has visited by his fattier and mother. Mr. 50 cents; reserved seats, 75 cents; creased so much that I could not lie
H. A. Bauton and August Bohn of an especially handsome assortment of and Mrs. 11. F. West, who arrived boy9 under 15 years, 25 cents, Tick- down on my buck and when sitting I was
M. 8. Wakeman, the sage of Pleas
Union precinct were iu Jacksonville articles adapted to the holiday trade. Tuesday.
ets on »ale at Howard’s grocery store, obliged to lean forward. It was not
ant creek, was a visitor Wednesday.
Consult the advertisement in another
Rev. R. M. Callison of Washington, Medford.
only very painful but caused nte great
Miss Pauline Reuter left for Port
E. Smith and Mrs. W. Ray of column.
who Is sojourning in tbe valley for
inconvenience and in spite of all the
land on Wednesday evening's train.
Union precinct were here one day this
The pupils of the Jacksonville
remedies I took it did not become any
8. B. Hanna of Portland was among week.
school in the departments presided
I have 1560 acres of iand, all in one better. I did not want to leave my busi
those who visited Jacksonville this
B. 1. stoner, who is mixologist at tract, on Antelope creek for sale. It ness but at last I reluctantly decided to
Now is the time to plant your holi over by Misses Buffer and Potter in
day advertisements. They will be as dulged In a programme of literary Youii^ A Hall’s refreshment parlors is situated 18 miles from Jacksonville, go to Colorado for the change and rest.
exercises, on Wednesday afternoon, in Gulo i i<11, made us a visit one day 12 miles from Central Point, and 10
A. Crantrall of Union precinct, the bread cast upon the waters.
“But as I was making my prepara
which was quite interlacing. Some last wees.
miles from Medford. I will sell this tions for the trip, the wife of a minister
extensive stock raiser, was among us
Allen Henderson, who was a resi of them displayed consderable elo"
The 1st 8. O. S. B. of A. met at Med is sold, at #10 per acre. It Is good who is a friend of our family advised me
dent of Table Rock precinct, is now cutionary ability.
J. W. Slinger and M. F. Hanley of located at Alder, Colorado.
ford this week to settle up its affairs. farming and grazing land, and a good to take Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for
Sheriff Orme held foreclosure sales
Lake creek were In Jacksonville yes
principal object of the session stock range on the outside. I will Pale People and tn strongly did she re
A nice holiday present to your iady Monday, in the cases of J. Nunan vs. The
was to receive a report from T. Hills, sell all, or as low as 100 acres in a commend them that I put off the jour
friend, a pair of Centemeri's genuine Logg A McDonnell; Rufus Cox, ad the president.
tract. Inquire of W m . B ybee , Jack ney and tried the pills.
Mrs. D. J. 8. Pearce of Poorman'» kid gloves. N unan, sole ageut.
ministrator of estate or Jas. Gaines,
Chas. Dally, aoother son of P. sonville Or
"Well, it was wonderful. I improved
creek larrled a few hours in Jackson
C. W. Wilson, one of the industri
Dally of Medford, and a brother of
from the very start. I had become ex
ous young men of Talent precinct, administrator of estate of P. Lyttle School Superintendent Dally, ar
Say* He Waa Tortured.
tremely emaciated from the pain and
ton, vs. Hannah Durkee et al. The
Miss Bernice Cameron of Union made ub a pleasant call yesterday.
judgment creditors were the onlv bid rived from Kansas Monday. We are
‘•1 suffered such terrible pains from loss of appetite, but by the time I had
town was in Jacksonville Wednesday,
Notes, receipts, drafts, due-bills, ders in cacti Instance, paying #446.05, always glad to receive such accessions corns I could hardly walk,” writes II. taken a box rny appetite b> gan tore'urn,
en route to Medford.
to our population.
etc-, in book form, can always lie ob #290 and #2598.80 respectively.
Rohinson, Hillsborough, Ills.; “but the pains began to leave n.e and I
J. I). Dor*ey iff Talent precinct and tained at T he T imes Printing House.
Frank Wilson 1« neatly fitting up Bucklen’s Arnica Salve completely picked up in health. In a short time I
Ills son brought a load of fine apples
Don't fall to attend the entertain sonville, on Wednesday of last week, the building, formerly occupied by cured them.” Acts like magid on was completely well again.”
to market yesterday.
ment which cakes place at IT. 8. Hall in which Fred Offenbaecher and Miss Geo. Kurtz and situated opposite Ho sprains, bruises, cuts, sores, scalds,
Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale Peo
M. J. Lonaldson-Selby and Harry Saturday evening. It will be a hand Carrie Cameron, two of Applegate's tel Nash, for a candy kitchen. He burns, boils, ulcers.
ple will not only effect a cure in eases
Gilson of Sterllngvllie precinct were some one.
most popular yqung folk, were the will manufacture a superior quality er of skin diseases and piles. Cure similar to that above but, acting directly
guaranteed by City Drug Store. 25c.
among us a few days ago.
They immediately of sweetmeats of every description.
Rev. 8. li. Jones will occupy the central figures
upon the blood and nerves, are an un
J. W. Berriam. superintendent of
Mrs. E. E. Washburn went to Ash pulpit of the Presbyterian church left for the pretty little home that
failing specific for such diseases as par
land this morning, to spend Thanks Sunday, at the usual morning and the groom had prepared. In unison the fish hatcheries on upper Rogue
tial paralysis, St. Vitus’ dance, sciatica,
with their many friends T he T imes river and Elk creek, was I d Medford
giving day with relatives.
neuralgia, nervous headache, after-ef
tenders Mr. and Mrs. O. the heartiest Tuesday. He made a shipment of
Frank Johnson of Eagle Point pre of congratulations and wishes for
T. P. Kahler, who has been em
fects of the grip, palpitation of the heart,
nearly 2,000,900 salmon eggs to R. D.
ployed at Mt. Reuben,visited in Jack cinct and Ills wife were In Jackson a happy and prosperous future.
pale and sallow complexions erd all
ville Tuesday; also Geo. Weeks of
sonville one day this week.
forms of weakness either in male or
Miss Sophie Muller on Tuesday via San Francisco.
Trail creek precinct.
female. Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for
A. N. Soils«, the attorney, left for
evening charmingly entertained a
Tbe athletic entertainment which
Pale People are sold by all dealers, or
Remember the date of the enter number of her young lady friends
tne North Tuesday,to seek a location.
will be sent postpaid on receipt of price,
tainment that will be given by the with a Japanese tea. It proved a
He was at Eugene Wednesday.
fifty cents a box or six boxes for two dol
Society of Christian Endeavor—Satur most delightful social function and a
J. H. Brantner, who Is engaged in day evening, Nov. 30th.
lars and fifty cents, by addressing Dr.
I® ABSOLUTELY pure,
Williams Medicine Compuuv, Schenec
mining In Applegate district, made
tady. N. Y________
and will OUTWEAR all
T he T imes a pleasant call Tuesday.
ed In oriental fashion. Games and organizing an athletic club.
Salt Salmon Bellies,
P. Britt went to Medford this morn
other amusements were indulged I d ,
ing. He has resided In Southern Ore
after which came refreshments that
If your local dealer <1oee not carry
Strike* a Rich Find.
gon longer than nearly anybody alive.
It, write to us and we will see that you
the fullest justice was done to. The
F. W. Rose called yesterday. He guests were Misses Ella Orth. Edith
"I was troubled for several years
Wm. Dunnlngton,after a short visit says that the Thanksgiving ball that
in Jacksonville, left Tuesday for will take place at the Williams hall
Irving, Lane county, to visit a sister. promises to be a success in every way. Orme, Pauline Reuter, Bess Nickell, vous debilitv” writes F. J. Green of
Anna Keegan, Annie Wendt, Lillie Lancaster, N. H. -‘No remedy helped
Representative Carter and J. L.
Geo. E. Neulier Is fattening seven Taylor, Margaret Krause, Jcsle Done me until I began using Electric Bit
Hammersly, the Gold Hill attorneys, big turkeys for the supper that will gan, Helen Colvig, Mabel and Maud ters, which did me more good than
were In Jacksonville Monday evening. follow the grand raffle which takes Prim, Mary Murphy, Isa Cook.
all the medicines I ever used. They
K. K. Kubll has returned from a place at The Banquet Christmas eve.
Convincing proof of the efficacy of have also kept my wife in excellent
short trip to Portland, and will go to
J. A. Whitman has sold XI carloads Ely’s Cream Balm, the greatest of health for years. She says Electric
PARK AND WASHINGTON STREETS
Nan Francisco soon with his family.
of apples to Mr. Loomis, a New York catarrh remedies, is certainly cheap. Bitters are just splendid for female
troubles; that they are a grand tonic
W. N. Wright and L. Van iuiet,
and invlgorator for weak, rundown
A. P. Armstrong, LL. B., Principal
well-known citizens of Willow Springs rrult before the middle of December. Full size 50 cts. Sold by druggists women. No other remedies can take
or mailed by Ely Bros.,
A practical, progressive school, conspicuous
precinct, were In Jacksonville yester
Rev. Mr. McGregor will
hold everywhere Street,
its place in our family.” Try them.
for thorough work, with hundreds of graduates
Thanksgiving services at tbe Presby 56 Warren
Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by
in positions as bookkeepers and stenographers.
Jeff Bell, the Democratic war-horse terian church at 7:30 o’clock p. m . He
M essrs E ly B ros .: After giving City Drug Store.
Already proud of a high standing wherever
of Talent precinct, was at the county will doubtless deliver an able sertaon. your Cream Balm a trial 1 can truly
T he school continues the careful training known, it steadily grows better and better.
JOSEPHINE COUNTY ITEMS.
seat yesterday, accompanied by Chas.
An exciting game of foot ball will say I fee) very much benefited bv its
>nd thorough instruction for which it Is tavor- Open all the year. Students admitted any time.
be played at Gold Hill today, between use, and shall continue to use it by
Private or class instruction. Learn what and
Oliver Adams is paying Jackson
J. F. Ramsey, who Ilves near Cen the local team and one from Jackson- purchasing from our druggist here.
The Music Department
how we teach, and what it costs. Catalogue free#
M rs . W.B . D aniel .
ville and Medford a visit.
tral Point, one of our thriftiest vllle. A big crowd and fine spurt are
---------------- Board of Directors ———
farmers, made Jacksonville a visit expected.
Is always In charge of competent and expe;--
The supreme court, as might have
Claude Riddle, the clever reporter
A dancing party will take place at been expected, alarmed the decision and printer,Is holding a good position enced teachers. Board and rultion per session
D. P. THOMPSON, PRESIDENT
f twenty weekj, ("LOO. Studies will be resum-
D. SOLIS COHEN - - DAVID M. DUNNS
d September 2. 1901.
D. E. Jones of Willow Springs dis* tbe opera house in Medford tonight, of Judge Hanna in what Is known as on the Roseburg Review.
For prosoectus, address
trlct and his family were in Jackson* and tiie R. R. V. Ry. will run an ex the Ashland liquor cases. The saloon
Ed. McCann of Althouse was in
SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAM»
vllle yesterday, trading with our cursion train to accommodate those keepers had little to go to the upper Jacksonville one day this week. The
wiiu wish to attend.
court with. Chief Justice Bean de
A protracted meeting has been held livered the opinion, of which the fol positing tailings on his farm, to
N. Kime, an energetic farmer of
lowing Is a synopsis: Jesse Houck
The Kind You Hate Aisays Boußj
Pooh I Jail precinct, was In Jackson
and Jos. Dame and the other plain
lignât tu e
ville tiie forepart of the week, accom
There will be two days’ racing at Signature
Twenty accessions to the tiffs were convicted in the recorder’s
panied by his wife.
court of Ashland of violating the city the track, situated uear Grant’s Pass,
church are reported.
Mr. Shawhan, whose residence is in
A. T. Robinson,the expert plasterer liquors.
Plaintiffs questioned the be participated In by the fastest
Ohio, Is sojourning in Jacksonville,
the healthiest town ou the coast. He and brick mason,will be inJacksonville right of the city to “regulate or li horses in Southern Oregon. There
tomorrow (Frlnavj. Those needing cense the sale of intoxicating liquor* will be two match races on the first
feels much Improved.
ills services will find him at tiie resi onto make it an offense to sell such dav. On the second there will be
M. E. Olsen, who has been inspect dence of O. C. Beekman.
liquors without a 'Icense.” The court three races—a half-mile dash for #50.
ing mining properties in upper Ap
holds that the city has sole power to a quarter-mile dash for #25, and a
plegate district, left tor Seattle yes
regulate such matters as the provis 300-yard dash for #25. The meeting
terday to make arrangements for a
one of the nicest bathrooms in 8outli- ions of the city charter prescribe in will be under the management of the
eru Oregon for the accommodation of so far as such acts do not conflict Grant’s Pass Racing Association, who
with the general laws of the state will enforce the turf rules and ensure
Geo. H. Lawrence made T he T imes Ills numerous customers.
regulating the liquor traffic. The fair play.
call Tuesday. He now owns a tine
Congressman Tongue has left for second contention of the plaintiffs,
,.4Jrv farmin Deer creek valley, Jose
We have. Consequently we purchased our Holiday Goods
Grand Holiday Excursion.
phine county, wnlcli he is improving Washington, to be present at tiie that the city ordinance is void "be
and are now showing a very neat and up-to-date line of
Messrs. Bolton and Pell of Ashland,
panied by his daughter, Miss Bertha, liquors as a beverage, and does not
' Rev. A. Haberly of Medford was in and Miss Kuane, Ills amanuensis.
exempt from Its provisions sales made
excursions to San Francisco, an
Jacksonville yesterday, making final
upon the prescription of a licensed ful
nounce another for the holidays. It
proof 00 his homestead. His witness
es were Miss Docia Martin and Mr. in Jacksonville, recently wrote to reason that the city lias no Jurisdic will leave Ashland Thursday, Dec.
Made by the best Manufacturers in America.
What would make a more useful as well
‘ relatives living I d Washington.county
26!h,at 12:30 a . m ., on the regular
as Ornamental Christmas Gift for Husband, Wife. Daughter. Son or Friend than our
that lie is now a soldier in tiie British tion iu sucli cases. The failure of the overland train. Fare for the round
COMBINATION CASES, LADIES' DRESSING TABLES. MUSIC CABINETS,
city council at Its annual meeting to
B. W. Griffin and Max Martin have army operating In South Africa.
SIDEBOARDS. CHINA CABINETS. COUCHES, LADIES' DESKS.
vote for the licensing of saloons, a» trip will be #12; children under 12
returned from Nmlth river, CaiiL,
EASY CHAIRS AWD ROCKERS.
years, half price. Tickets are good
where they have been prospecting lor
lor ten days, which will be extended
Our Line of Chairs and Rockers are unsurpassed for Strength. Finish, Style and Beauty
copper. They brought some excellent
Good music and supper will be pro- the court holds that no license can be a like period for #7.50additioual. This
ore with them.
will afford an excellent opportunity
ylded, and no pains spared tor the Issued during that time.
to witness New Year’s festivities iu
B. G. Adams of Del Norte county, comfort and enjoyment of ttie guests.
the chief city of the West. Secure
Calif., who Is a member of the com
This is Thanksgiving day. Public
your tickets early, so the railroad
WE WILL HOLD IT UNTIL CHRISTMAS FOR YOU.
pany developing the big copper ledge
company can furnish ample accom
at the head of Applegate.was in town business is suspended, the schools
stand adjourned and religious services
several days this week.
are being held generally. Not a great vices at the M. E. church, tn Jack
W. E. Conner returned to Ashland deal of business is being done, either sonville, Sunday morning and even
from Porllaud Tuesday.
F. II. Page & Son of Portland
that his wife will begin an action for
Rev. S. H. Jones will hold services
damages against the 8. P. Co., for in have been buying turkeys in the val
juries she received in a railroad col ley this month, and shipped several at the Presbyterian church in Jack
lision In Siskiyou county, Calif., last thousand pounds of dressed birds to sonville every Sunday, excepting the
Portland. Ten cents a pound was the 4th Sunday in the month, when he
will preach at Woodville.
price paid those who raised them.
A Fireman’s Cloae Call.
“ My wife had a deep-seated cough
Rev. W. Bitter w'll hold services at
Preparations have already begun for
for three year*. I purchased two
“I »tuck to my engine, although the grand masquerade ball which will the Catholic chun h In Jacksonville
bottle* of Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral,
every Joint ached and every nerve was be given in Jacksonville New Year's Nuuday, at 10 a . m . and 7:30 p. m .
large size, and it cured her com
racked with pain,” writes B. W. Bell night under the auspices of P. P.
Dwelling for Sale.
amy, a locomotive fireman of Burling Prim’s Cabin, N. 8. O. It will be the
J. H. Burge, Macon, Col.
ton, Iowa. “I was weak and pale, event of the season.
The undersigned offers his residence
without any appetite and run down.
Mr. Latimer, the Neatlie banker, property, pleasantly located in Jack
As 1 was about to give up I got a has begun proceedings to foreclose sonville, for sale at a reasonable fig
Probably you know of
bottle of Electric Bitters and, after his mortgage on tiie Black Cbannai ure. It is well arranged and supplied
taking it, I felt ns well as 1 ever did mine, situated In Foots creek district, with a number of conveniences, be
medicines that re
In my life.” Weak, sickly, rundown which amounts to more than #25,000. sides having a considerable area of
people always gain new life, strength A. E. Reames is bls attorney.
little coughs, off
ground annexed, which Is planted in
MUSIC, ART AND ELOCUTION.
and «Igor from their use. Try them.
fruit trees. For parti- ulars apply to
toughs, except deep ones I
Alex. Wilson, who stole a coat and
This School offers to girls a broad and thorough education, combined with tbe advanlaiM
Satisfaction guaranteed by City Drug
O tto B iede ,
of a healthful and refined homo it occupies a l»r*e and attractive bulldin* In the ImmediMh
hat from tbe Union llyery stable at
Store. Price 50 cents.
• The medicine that hat
vicinity of tbe City Bark Tbe sanitary condition of tbe premise* has been made a matter of
Medford, a fortnight ago, has since
special attention. Th» bed chambers, class and recitation room* are large and tnorouibly
ventilated: and th* construetion of the building Is such that every room Is open to tbe sunlight.
Grand Chrlatms* Raffle.
What Do the Children Drink?
The greatest care ban been taken to provide w.l the necessary appointments of a well-
has pleaded guilty and Judge Hanua
school, and to furnish every facility for training pupils In tbe most approved methods.
A raffle for #100 In U. 8. gold coin will pronounce sentence tomorrow.
deep coughs for sixty
Don't give them tea or ooffee. Have yoa
The aiui of the school is to give thorough and well-ordered Instruction to girls and youiw
will take place at the Banquet saloon
tried the new food drink nailed GRAIN-OT It
them for college when that 1» desired. and to aid In the development of tru
years is Ayer’s Cherry
The argument in tl.e Ray-Mitchell 1* delloloue and nourishing and take» tbe place
in Jai^fsonvllie on Tuesday night,
and Womanly character.
opens September 1«. 1901. A faculty of twenty competent teachers Ins Urea
Dec. M, 1901. The person throwing
of ooffee. The more Graln-O you vlve tbe
for children snd young women that Individual care an«', instruction necessary to the besi
the/4iighest number with dice will mine, located near Gold Hill,occupied children thr more health you distribute through
Tbrw »li*»: !»<•. W«.. SI. »6 Smggtas.
yet JT5, and the lowest throw takes two days In the circuit court this their system Graln-O 1» made of pure grains,
Thero are four skilled teacher* In the M”’ie Department alone, specialists In Art rt
wnen properly prepared taste» like tbe
Oratory. sn<1 native teachers In French and German.
Mgr remaining #25. Chances will week. A. N. Hunmnnd and W. I. and
cholos grades o’ coffee but cost» about 14 as
Provision is made for all athletic games suitable to women, as tennis, eno net basketball
range from one cen< to #1.
much. All grocer» sell It. 15o and 'toe.
bicycling and horseback riding
A gymtasi' n. DOxloo feet, is In process of eouerietHi
turkey supper will be set after the Colvig and A. E. Reames.
which will offer still more opportunities tor bcaltbtui exercise
For illustrated catalogue apply to
raffle, which will be conducted to In- Hann* now has the case under ad-
To C'Hr<* ( oil III»»*** »
MISS ELFANOR TEBBETT», Principal
Take C'ownretR Vnmiv (.’»ifluriic. lOo irSfa
aure general satisfaction.
*f U. Ü. C. fail to ran. di «KtfiNia ru.'und tn oral
THE DEMOCRATIC TIMES
W. P. Fuller & Co
St Mary’s Academy,
HAVE YOU BEEN^THÎrÎKING
COME AND SELECT ONE
Medford Furniture Co
House Furnishers and Undertakers
Saint Helen’s Hall ••••
A Boarding and Day School for Girls.