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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1901)
The cold snap continues, interfer M rs. M E. Berber, Illi 5T7Tu»!r
who paid 9975 therefor. Considerable been visiting in Molfora thl* week.
relatives anol rieiius.
DECEMBER 19. 1901 . ing with both farmers and miners.
..i n .i .ipw.
John Arnold. Frank Wilson and
J. E. Davida ;m, the miner, Is placer »• ugly as ever aim
Don’t fall to see Dr. Payne,the 20th real estate has been sold In Jaekson-
It causes bunches in the neck, di«*
ether Odd Fellows went to Ashland mining on Wl lllams creek for C. T.
century hypnotist. He will please
figures the skin, inflames the mucous
Henry Judge of Ashlaod, the pio Tuesday.
saddler and harness maker, ha*
The freeze ha* stopped plowiog. membrane, waste* the musetes, weak
If you wish to Inspeit n full and su
Claude Pengra of Ashland Is assist neer hl*
IsH Dew* and Bert McKee of Ap-
buslne** to Mr. Andrews,who perior assortment of holiday goo 1* of However, the farmers here have the ens the bones, reduces the power of
ant station agent at Springfield, Lane sold
■Bste are In town.
greater part of their sowing done.
all kind*, go to The Racket.
resistance io cliet*e and the capacity
pany with his family he expects to
Janie* Ivey and 8helt»a Bro«, for recovery, and develops into con
Ed. Murphy came down from Bar
Rev. W. Bitter will hold service* at
Buy vour holiday candles at The make his future home in San Fran
ron precinct yesterday.
the Catholic church In Medford Sun
B ms . Cheapest and best in Southern cisco.
this district again, after a year's ab sumption.
Fred. Neil of Aahland wan among Oregon.
N. B. Standish, well known in day morning at 10:30 o’clock.
“A bunch appeared on the left side of
our visitor* yesterday.
my neck. It caused great pujn, was .anced,
Mrs. Theo. Cameron and Mr*. Jas.
Good three-foot, augur-pine clap Southern Oregon, and who Is one of
became ■ runnhig sore. I -.rent Into a
thousand, at the owners ot the Lucky Boy mine, Cronemlller of Jacksonville were driving stage between Grant’s Pa*« and
R. F. Dean of Willow Spring* wa* boards, 97.00 per
general decline. I was persuaded to try
the principal prodacer In Blae river among us one day this week.
ou our street* Monday.
Hood's Sarssparilla. and when I had taken
district, was yesterday married to
six bottles my neck was healed, and I have
Mrs. F. M. Love and Mis* Kate returned home.
Ttie N. 3. O. masquerade ball New Mrs. Anna McCrady, at the residence
Judge Neil wa* at Medford Tuesday
had any trouble of the kind since.**
Will Me*s:Dger has purchased a never
Year’s eve Is the principal topic of of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bonnett, the Hoffman or Jacksonville visited In
on professional bUMlne**.
Mas. K. T. S kydxr , Troy, Ohio.
farm in New Hope school district,
F. M. Hodges of Beagle made T ub
Dr. H. P. Hargrave, Phoenix’* popu Josephine county, and will take pos
J. F. Hall of Butte creek was call* 1
T ime * a pleasant call Tuesday.
Jacksonville and Central Point
physician, and V. A. Dunlap, the session about the first of January.
to Jacksonville Tuesday by the illnees teams will play another game of foot
W. 8. Bailey, the Davidson merch
S. S. Jolly of Watkins district, the of his aged father.
merchant, epent Tuesday In
ball Saturday, on the grounds of the
ant, was doing business at Grant’s will rid you of it, radically and per
genial miner, is with us today.
8. T. Sundry of Applegate, th«
Pass last week, and exhibited some
Postmaster Reames of Gold Hill miner, was In Jacksonville yesterday, played In Southern Oregon this sea
When In Medford ask for Myers, the valuable ore, lately taken from bis manently, as they have rid thousand«.
was here a short time Tuesday.
accompanied by his son.
crowd. Both teams will try their ut cannot be beaten in Southern Oregon,
Alex. Thompson has gone to Table
Davidson Bros., having obtained
The Jacksonville Dancing Club most to win.
CITATION TO HEIRS.
Rock precinct to visit relative*.
relief through the supreme court to
will give another of Its enjoyable
John Barneberg had one of tris opera’e tbelr placer mine here, are In the County Court for the County of Jaekson,
B. B. Beekman of Portland ha* re parties tomorrow night.
Hughes of Salem to Representative shoulders dislocated by his horse fall preparing for an extensive run this
State ot Oregon.
turned from his trip to New York.
Our merchants are shipping po W. A. Carter of Gold Hill was for ing with him. He Is getting along winter. Other placers have started
In the matter ot the estate ot M. E. Minear,
Hon. E. B. Dufur of Foots creek, tatoes from Eugene. The retail price mally announced at a reception given nicely.
up, and Miller & Say age have com
Saturday aftern<xjn In honor of Mi*»
the attorney, is here on legal business. is still 91.50 per 100 pounds.
To Sarah E Minear, widow of said deceased,
Benton Pool oa Tuesday bud bis
Several prominent mining men have
W C Minear, Clifton D Minear. Eva M Mi
Wm. Cameron of Uniontown and
With I. cat, Afvi-ICATIOSH ss they cannot
The wedding will take place
near, Maggie E Mtnear, Flora Minear, Glen
his daughter, Mis* Ada, are in town. leg broken by a horse while at the Salem.
reach tin -oat of the <11 «eave Catarrh la a been in this vicinity during the pa.*i
Hanlev ranch on Big Applegate.
nie Minear, Harley Mtnear, the children of
blood or constitutional d Isease, and In order to week,to examine the "Cracker Jack”
District Attorney Ileames returned
It you must tase Internal remedies
mine owned by W. 8. Bailey, who is
said deceased, alljeaidlng In Collins, Iowa,
The largest crowd from Southern cure
Rev. W. Bitter will hold high mass
Hall'* Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and
from a professional trip this morning.
and to all others whom this may concern:
In the Catholic church Christmas at Oregon that ever visited San Francis net* directly on the blood andjnucous surfaces. sinking a shaft ou the ledge and ba*
IN THE NAME OF THE ST»fw np ORE-
co during the holidays will embrace Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine three feet of ore which appears to be
O. Humason of Gold Hill, the well- midnight; also at 8:30 o'clock a . m .
Ii was prescribed by one of the Ties» physl- getting wider and richer.
GON, and by order of the above-entitled court,
ttie opportunity to do so offered by olans
known miner, was among us yestei-
Laugh and grow fat. See Dr. Payne, Pell & Bolton’* excursion. The fare firescription II Is composed ot the best ton
made upon the 12th day of December, ISO I, you
the 20th century hypnotist, at U. 8. Is only 912 for the round trip. Tick es known, combined with the best blood puri
and each of you are hereby oltod and requited
Circuit Court Proceeding«.
O. E. Rose of Applegate and his Hall, Friday and Saturday nights.
fiers, actins directly on the muoou* surfaces.
to appear tn the County Court ot Jackson
et* can be obtained of O. Whitman at The
perfect combination of the two lnsredl-
The following business has been County, State of Oregon, at the court room
daughter visited in Jacksonville Mon
Medford or of Messrs. Pell and Bolton ents fa
in ourlng Catarrh Bond for tortlmonlals free. transacted in this court since the last thereof, In the lownof Jacksonville. In the said
etc., In book form, can always be ob at Ashlaud.
CHENEY * CO. Props.. Toledo, O report of T he T imes :
Geo. E. Howland and his wife re tained at T ub T imbs Printing House.
oounty and state, on the 20tb day of January,
Clinton Cook, a thrifty and worthy Hold V. by J druggists,
John Durning vs Jacob Walz; in A D 1902. at the hour of 10 o'clock a M of said
turned from Grant’s Pass this morn
Hall’s Family Pills are the best.
young man living in the southern
Junction. Complaint dismissed, and day, then and there to show cause if any there
A calico ball will be given at Bai part of the county, was in Jackson
judgment given defendant for bis be why an order of the oourt should not be
ley’s ball in Gold Hill New Year’s ville a few days ago. He was recently
Jacob Walz of Pooh Bah precinct night, under the management of A.
made by the above-entitled court for the sale
and hl* son were at the county-seat Smith.
J F C <le ye Isabella Cole; diyorcel at private sale by E DeRoboam, administra
J anb M c C ully ’ s C abin , N. D. O..
Jacksonville—Pres, Amalia Britt; 1st Teetim ony taken.
tor of the following property, to pay the ex
A. D. Burton, a veteran of the civil have been the recipients of the con
H. Blaldsell of Nterllngville and war, and an old resident of Jackson gratulations and best wishes of their Vice Pre*, Ella Cook; 2d V P, Jose
penses of administration and the claims Bled
and allowed against said estate:
hl* wife were In Jacksonville a few countv, was admitted to the county many friends.
Beginning at a rock set for a corner being
hospital this week.
Portia Knight, the Salem girl wbo Sophie Muller; Trea*, Mabel Prim.
2S.7J chains E from the section corner between
W. R. Coleman, P. M. of Phoenix,
J acksonville L oixib N o . 10, I. O.
Dolls, guns, drums, carriages, and secured some prominence through her
sections SI, 23, land 5, townships 37 and 3» S,
and A. G. Epos tarried with us every description of toys at Mitchell’s, suit against the Duke of Manchester O. F.—N G, 8 P DeRoboam; V G,
range 2 W, and running thence north 37o E
one door north of post office, Medford. for breach of promise, made her de Henry Ireland; Rec Sec. Jas Crone
17.13 chains to the center of the county road
Mrs. O'Brien of Applegate was in
running from Jacksonville to Phoenix,to a rock
Jacksonville Tuesday, accompanied
for corner from which a white oak tre ■ 13
Holiday goods of all kinds, the lat Valet." Tne venture Is not credited P Applegate.
by her son Emmett.
Inches In diameter bears N 80o E 94 links;
est and cheapest, can be found at with success. The English are not
A darel C hapter N o . 4, O. E. 8.,
thence 8 64%o E 4.62 chains to a rock set In the
Judge Benson, who has been hold M itchell’s store, Medford. One door a* enthusiastic over nor appreciative Jacksonville—W M, Emma Helms;
road; thence S 69*40 E 12 chains to a rock set
ing court at Grant’s Pass, Is in Jack- north of post office.
W P, Jas Cronemlller; A M, Amalia
of Americans as they should be.
In the road; thence S 76o SU’ E 6.44 chains to a
onvllle on official business.
sandstone,’ set for a corner In the roah from
Wm. Koeppe, watchmaker and Jew
The masquerade ball which will be
which a white oak 12 Inches in diameter bears
Mr. Caswell of Ashland, the genial eler, Is now located on California given at the court house bv P. P. F R Nell; Sec, Cura Linn; Treas, Mrs
N 86o W 43 links, and a laurel 5 Inches la diam
locomotive engineer, has been spend street, opposite the postoflice. Satis Prim’s Cabin No. 15, N. 8. O., is at
B anner L odge N o . 23, A. O. U
ing several days In Jacksonville.
eter bears N 64o E 28 links; theace N 71)40 W
tracting widespread attention, and W.,
28.80 chains to a rock set for a correr from
there will be a large attendance from Wm M Colvig; foreman, Dr G O De
Dr. C. 0. Pletcher of Medford, the
which a white oak 8 inches In diameter bear*
every portion of Southern Oregon. Bar;
dentist, made Jacksonville a profes
Salt Salmon Bellies,
N 37o E 98 linka;lhenee N 37o E 97-100 chalas to
Signor Boffa’s unrivaled orchestra Jas A Wilson: financier, Max Muller:
sional visit the forepart of the week.
the place of beginning, containing 47‘i acres.
will furnish the ruuslc and the supper reorder, M M Taylor; guide, E W
Said tract of land being ptrt of the H Bel
Harvey Richardson of Trail creek
will be one that ouly the members of Voyie; inside watchman, Fred Luy;
and Wm. Gibbon of Mound precinct
A bigger and liner stock of good», Jane McCully Cabin, N. D. O.,can set.
linger D LC No. 44 and 98, In the township and
outside watchman. C Ulrich: trustee,
range aforesaid, and situated In Juckstu
made T ub T imbs a call this morning. more suitable for the holidays, than
Miss Lydia Pernoil of Applegate ever before displayed there, has been vided Into seven prizes, will be award DeBar.
This citation is published once a we -k in the
was the guest of Mrs. W. E. Finney received at Dr. Robinson's drug store. ed winners at the grand raffle that
D emocratic T isbs for four successive week*
The regular election of officers of takes place at The Banquet Christ
of Jacksonville the forepart of the
by order of Chas. Prim, Judge ot the County
Rogue River Council, Order of Pendo, mas eve. The highest throw with
A worn*» has a right to be positive on Court for Jackson County, Oregon, made and
At a sacrifice, to close an es
tate, the machinery of a ten-barrel ■Miters which are matters of personal entered the 12th day ot I eeember, A D I9U1.
Judge E. B. Watson of Portland,
who has been in Jacksonville on pro 23d. A full attendance is requested. three highest 910 each, while the roller flour mill. For particulars ad knowledge and experience. Every wom
GUS NEWBURY, Clerk.
an who nas used Dr. Pierce’s Favorite
E. M. C ockerline .
Rev. 8. H. Jones will hold services lowest throw will win 950 and the dress
fessional business, left for home
Prescription for diseases of the womanly
Grant’s Pass, Or.
at Woodville Sunday morning, and next two lowest 910 each. A tine
organ* is positive as to its wonderful
there will be no services at the Pres turkey supper will be set afterward.
Miss Mae Sutton, stenographer in byterian churcn In Jacksonville that This will be the principal sporting
curative value, and confidently recom NOTICE OF F'NAL SETTLEMENT.
Stops the Cough
the office of District Attorney
mends it to similar sufferers.
event of the season In Jackson
Women who suffer from inflammation, In the County Court of the State of Oregon for
Reames,leaves Saturday for Salem,for day.
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold
ulceration, female weakness, or nervous In the matterof Jackson
a visit with relatives and friends.
Go and see Mitchell, one door north
the Estate ot Elizabeth M.
In reply to inquiries we have pleas
diseases caused bv disease of the wom
of Medford poetoffice, If you want to ure in announcing that Ely's Liquid
Mr. Zenat,formerly of Ashland.who exumine the handsomest stock of
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THB
anly organs will find a complete cure by
undersigned, administrator of 'be os'nte of
Is now an engineer on the N. P. R. R., toysand other holiday goods In town. Cream Balm is like the solid prepara
the use of " Favorite Prew-ripCon."
M Leever. deceased, has filed In the
was In town this week, being one of Satisfaction guaranteed.
county court of Jackson * ounly, ur< gon, hla
■Several rears ago I suffered severely from
it cleanses and heals membranes af
the witnesses in the Cole divorce case.
final account as said administrator, and by or
tillwell -M eyers —At Tillamxik, «■sale weakness. p:o!apsua, and menorrhagia,
ot Hon Chas. Prim, judge of said court
Robt. Montgomery, a pioneer miner fected by nasal catarrh. There is no
Or.., Saturday, Dec. 7, W. D. sad seed Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription with der
Misses Lucinda and Laura Reame-, of Southern Oregon, and a partner of drying or sneezing.
Friday, January 17. 1902, at 10 o'clock A.
effect.” writes Fasnie Shelton, ot
Stillwell,of Tillamook, aud Mrs. M. awleadld
M . Is set for the hearirg thereof
who have been attending Mills' Col the late Chas. Williams ot Pleasant Cream Balm is adopted to use by
Washington. Iowa. “Glad I have not neeaed ft
E. Myers, of Newburg, mother of A. for a few years past, but if I should have any Interested a-e hereby notified to appear and
lege, returned yesterday evening. creek for many years, died one day patient* who have trouble In inhaling
B. Cornell of Grant’s Pass.
Miss Nellie Reames met them at last week.
through the nose and prefer spraying.
vorite Prescription.’ I have recommended it to
Dated December 19, 1901.
The price, including spraying tube, is C tkkiek —S lagle — At Grant’s Pass, a number of mv lady friends. I always teU
W J FREEMAN. Administrator.
If you desire to make a purchase of
Dec. 2, 1901, by Judge Abe Axtell, tteeas to try a bottle, and if they are net bene-
by it I will pay for the medicine. Ia
H. D Kubll of Applegate, the mi Jewelry, watches, etc., the best and 75 cent*, bold by druggists or mailed
Leon G. Currier and Miss Essie Sla- e fleed
r e ry case they have spoken in praite of it"
ner-farmer, la In town. He la said to un-to-date, don't fall to give Myers,
have the inside track for the Repub the Medford Jeweler, a call. He Is New York.
lican nomination for state senator, sure to please you.
A Christmas present is now in or
which he deserves.
der for your boy or girl. One that Is
The holidays are almost here, and
AMP SICK WOMp WtlL.
J. B. Scott, who is now operating The Boss Is better prepared tha.« of lasting value Is preferable to that
in Siskiyou county, Calif., spent ever to till orders for articles appro which become* valueless from age or M orrison —On Trail Creek, Nov. 30,
1901, to Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Morri
Tuesday night In Jacksonville. He priate to this season. Fresh candies, Is soon destroyed. The beet possible
token of affection would be a
has been looking after his mining in nuts and fruit a specialty.
son, a son.
thorough preparation for the business
terests In Humbug district.
S parhawk —At Kerby, Dec. 10, 1901,
There will be a shooting match for of life, so that he or she can take up
to Mr. and Mrs. Sparbawk, a son.
B. Sprague, a prominent citizen of turkeys and chickens at Woodville on its struggle successfully and make the
Wallowa county, has been paying Monday, Dec. 23d. A dancing party most of it. No way is so sure of success i R eynolds —At. Merlin, Dec. 7, 1901,
to Mr. and Mrs Frank Reynolds, a
Jackson county a visit during the will be given at Wilcox's hall at nlgnk as a course io the Stockton Business
past few weeks. He Is a son-in-law of Everybody Is Invited to participate.
College, an old, reliable, successful
Mr. Worden of Grlttin creek district.
Institution. Its gradutes are in de T urner —At Merlin, Nov. 22, 1901. to
Dr. Payne, the 20th century hypno mand always, being able to easily ob
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Turner, a son.
F. L. Wright, a member of the
Southern Oregon Marble Co., whose tist, comes highly recommended, and tain positions in which they can do W alton -At Drydeo. Dec. 6, 1901, to
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Walton, a son.
headquarter* are at Ashland, was In he is no fake or fraud. Hedoesevery- well irorn the start.
Jacksonville one day this week. He thlng he advertises. Don’t fail to see
The following prizes will be award
A Stands for Anything you want from a First Class Drug Store.
Is succeeding nicely In taking orders.
ed at the ba) masque to be given by the
B Stands for Best of everything kept in a First Class Drug store.
U. 8. Hall.
C Stands for Can’t get any better tor the .oney.
Rev. Robt. Ennis, who is n>w
n Stands for Distant Land, or Imported Goods
pleasantly located at Turner, Marlon
E Stands for Estabrook, the Leading Druggist,
f Stands for Fair Prices and Full Value.
county, surprised ills many friends In Medford Photo Gallery in Adkins’ gelo Meuuell» mandolin, value 97 50, L oosley —At. Fort Klamath, Dec. 5.
Stands for Good Goods for the Money.
1901, Mrs. Phillip Luoseley; aged 35
Jacksonville by anocaring In our
H Stands for High-grade Goods for Little Money.
years, 6 mouths and*2 days.
Time has dealt County Bank. Up-to-date work and somest costume, gentleman, an as
Stands tor I Think Estabrook’s the Cheapest Place to Buy
sortment of Schilling’s goods, val i M ontgomery — On Pleasant Creek,
J Stands for Just what you want for Xmas.
gently with him.
K Stands for Kind you want fur Xmas.
Dec. 10. 1901, Robert Montgomery,
An excellent programme is being tained character, lady, pair of tine
Hon. W. II. Vaughan of Clackamas
L Stands tor Leading Druggist is Estabrook.
aged 75 years.
M Stands for Must Goods for your Money.
county, one of Oregon's oldest Dem< - prepared for the entertainment which shoes, value 93.50, by J. Nunan; be«t
Stands for Never leave town before you see Estabrook
cratic warhorse*, made us a call this
sustained character, gentleman, doe M asterson —At Gold ifill, Dec. 12,
O Stands for On the Square Dealing at Estabrook’s.
morning. He wa« accompanied by Presbyterian church Christmas eve. silk umbrella, value 93.50, by Crone i 1901, John W. Masterson; aged 69
P Stands for Prescription Work a Specialty at Estabrook’s.
Q Stands for Queer Everybody don’t know it.
years, lo mouths aud 2 days.
his cousin. W. O. Vaughan of Klam A tine tree, loaded with presents, will miller k Love; best couple, masked,
R Stands for Read this carefully; then see Estabrook.
be one of the features.
cake walkers, lady and gentleman, P erham -At Gold Hill, D<*c. 11, 1901,
S Stands tor Store next to Odd Fellows' building where they give a ball Thanksgiving
T Stands for Try Fastbrook’s tor Pure Drugs.
E. E. Poley, who holds a responsible
U Stands for Understand everything is Fresh and Clean.
position tn the railroad roundhouse World will dedicate Its handsome 92 50, by J. S. Orth; for gentleman,
V Stands for Very Best ot Everything.
W Stands for Will you lose a good Opportunity!
at Ashland, made T ub T imbs a pleas new hall with a grand ball Christmas one box Gen. Arthur cigars, by The
(Cali on Estabrook and see his Fine Llneot Perfume*,
ant call Monday. He was quite ac eve. Fine music and supper will be Banquet; best couple, unmasked, cake
Y Stands for Soaps. Stationery and the rest of his large Stock
tive In the management of the grand provided. Everybody Is Invited to at walkers, lady ana gentleman, prize
(You won't make any mistake, and his Place Is the ZENITH.
for lady, fur neck scarf, value 93 50,
tend and help a good cause.
ball given at Ashland last night.
by P. J. Ryan; gentleman’s prize, tine
Mrs. N. D. Wilson has left a supply hat, value 93 50, by A. Learned; best
J. C. Wliipp and hl* family, after a
long residence In Jacksonville, left of Native Herb«, Oil and Balsam, couples, cake walkers, children, 12
this week for Ashland, which will be the great blood purifiers and kidney years old or under, to tlrst, 10 pounds
T he of fine mixed candles, to second live
their future home. They are accom and livery regulators, at
panied by the b’«t wishes of their T imbs office, where they can be ob pounds of mixed candles, value 96.00,
“ About a year ago my hair wa«
many friends. Few could be missed tained at the regular price.
by the Boss Candy Kitchen.
coming out very fast, «o I bought
here more than they will be.
The Eugene Guard say* that Mau
• bottle of Ayer’s Hair Vigor. It
Offer* a Thorough
Elegant Hallday Gw^t.
rice Winter of Portland and Miss
stopped the filling and made my
Ethel Bentley of Cottage Grove were
Seven Years In Bed.
The City Drug Store is again at the
married at Albany Dec. 10th. The
is 45 inches in length.”—Mrs. A.
‘•Will wonders ever cease?” Inquire bride Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. frout with a large and complete line
Boydston, Atchison, Kans.
the friends of Mr*. L Pease of Law W. Bentley, and the groom is a well- of articles suitable for Christmas and
New Year’s presents, such as toilet
rence. Kan. They knew she had been known traveling man.
To every boy and girl that hua
cases, picture frames, albums, per
the ambition tn attain one
unable to leave her bed In seven years
A costumer from Portland will ar fumery, fancy boxes, papeteries,
on account of kidney and liver trou
ble, nervous prostration and general rive in Jacksonville In time to fur books, all kinds of glove and.hand
There ar« three courses ot regular oollege grade, all ot which are complete.
debility; but “ Three bottles of Elec nish costumes for those who wish to kerchief boxes, novelties in Sterling
Hair hunger, for instance.
tric Bitters enable me to walk, "he participate In the masquerade ball silver, Bohemian, opal and other cele
Hungry hair needs food,
writes, “and In three month* I felt that will be given at Jacksonville brated wares. Everything of the
like a cew person." Women suffering New Year’s eve. Particulars will be late«t patterns, and prices reasonable.
hair vigor— Ayr’s.
Cail on Dr. Robinson when looking
from headache, backache,nervousness, given in our next issue.
This is why we say that
for goods in bis line.
sleeplessness, melancholy, fainting
The charity ball given at Ashland
and dlzsy spells,will «nd It a priceless Wednesday night by the employes of
Ayer’s Hair Vigor always
blessing. Try it. Satisfaction guar the 8. P. Co. was a magnificent suc
restores color, and makes
The NORMAL COURSE, approved by a committee appointed by the State Poard of EdvoaMoa.
anteed by City Drug Store. Only 50c. cess. Hundreds of couples, many of
leads up to a ST ATE DIPLOM A.
ment at ruling wages. Apply to me
whom came long distances, were in at
heavy. n.w • mu *, aii i wm
made on a large scale and neither ex boro P. O.
D. E. M orris .
O. E. Rose will give a dancing party pense nor pains were spared. It was
Is equal to anything in the Blate. New Illustrated catalogue.
If year druggist cannot supply you,
Supt. of C instruction.
at his hall on Applegate Wednesday one of t he biggest and handsomest af-
•and a* ana dollar sad wa wifi expresa
night, December 25th. The best of biir* of the kind that ever took place
you * bottle. Ba sure and rive the name
Te Cere a Cold In One Day.
music and supper will be provided. In Southern Oregon. The railroad
of yonr nearest sx press olflce. Address,
Taka Laxative BromoQuinins Tablets. AI1
J. C. A YER CO., Lowell. Mass.
Tickets, including horse feed, *2 A boy* are to be congratulated.
druggists refund the money If it falls to oure.
For particular« write
WALLACE HOWE LEE. Trca dent. Albany .Orefow
cordial invitation I* extended to all.
E. W Grove's signature Ison each box 96c.
THE LEADING DRUGGIST
A. P. ESTABROOK,
IS STRICTLY UP TO DATE.
Long Hair GOLD HILL, OREGON.
HIGH GRADE COLLEGE EDUCATION
Languages, Sciences, Mathematics,
History, English and Electives
THE BUSINESS COLLEGE DEPARTMENT
EXPENSES LOW. BOARD AND TUITION, $90 u YEAR