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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1902.
I of 111
NUN AN, ja ,6WVI lle '
Offers you Exceptional Good Valuos In
Irish Damask Table Linen,
Also Napkins to Match.
New Tapestry and Chenille Stand Covers A"wi«ln.
Ladies’ Embroidered, Swiss-Make Linen and
Cambric Handkerchiefs, LATEST DESIGNS
OUR PRICES YOU WILL FIND THE LOWEST.
Soliciting your Valued Patronage, We are Respectfully,
Did you ever compare a delicious, flaky,
delicately browned loaf of bread made
GEO. O’B. De BAR, M. D.,
, by hi
.. f. H*
Snowy Butte Flour
SWOfflee 'n Kahlor'a Building, up stair*. Rea-
Ideooe on California »treat. Dav or nlattt
osila attended prometía
With the sad results achieved from the use of cheaper flour?
The one, the highest triumph of cookery—the most useful of
nil the arts; the other, a monument to wasted energy, blasted
hojx's and poor judgment. But why continue the compari
son? If you have made the mistake in the past, trying to
exist on inferior Hour, redeem yourself by ordering Snowy
Butte flour only in future.
J. M. KEENE, D. D. S
OPERATIVE DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY.
Oaloea ,n the Adkins Deusl block
H. D. NORTON,
Every up-to-date dealer
ATTORNEY and counselor at law .
Grant*» Paas, Oregon.
Office above S. P- D. As L. Co.’t Store.
Wm. M. COLVia.
The Leading Jeweler
dates In Red Mea'e Hu Idin
Has the finest Stock of
P. P. PRIM & SON
attorneys and counselors at law
"Will practice In all oourta of the S.ale. Of-
doe In the Court House last door on the
rieht from entrance
A. C. HOUGH,
SUITABLE FOR i.'OLIDAY
The Best Goods nt
The Lowest Prices,
attorn ey - at - la w
Offlceover Hair-Riddle Hardware Store.
A. E. REAMES,
ATTORN EY-A T-L A W.
Saint Helen's Hall
Onice In ftcd Men u Building.
HOBT. G. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Grant’s Pasa, Oregon.
Practices In all the courts
Offloe In Bank
■Hit permanently located In Aabland for th*
practise of dentistry. From a continued
practise of over fourteen year* I am pre
oared to guarantee entire aatlafsetlon
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PARK AND WASHINGTON STREETS
---------------- Board of Directors
D. P THOMPSON. PRR8IDKNT
D HO I. IS COHEN
DAVID M. DUNNB
Deeds, mortgages, leasee, bonds,
bills of sale and every imaginable
kind of legal blanks—the latest and
beat—are constantly on hand at T ub
T imm office.
John Co fl, at Morocco, writes that
be expects a tine-blooded Arabian
horse to reach liltu soon,which will be
shipped to Washington for President
During last season's run the Mc
Cloud River Lumber Company, own
ing and operating sawmills In Hlaki-
vou oountv, Calif., has cut 58,000,000
feet of lumoer.
A large quantity of newspaper,
suitable for wrapping, pasting cd
walls, putting under carpets, etc., cbd
be obtained cheap, In quantities U
suit, at T he T imms Printing House.
Tbe German foreign office has made
definite announcement that the gov
ernment will enforce the payment of
claims held against Venezuela by sub
ject* of Germany by war, If neces
The celebrated Snap Shot, tlie best
medicine In tlie world for allaying In-
tiammatiin in man or beast, can be
___ ‘ ’s diug
store, also at Dr. HlDkle’s, Central
Point. Try IL
Mr. Kruger, president of the South
Africa republic, has taken possession
of his new residence at Utrecht, Hol
land. He appeared to be in excellent
health, and received a great ovation
from crowd* of people.
“Some time ago my daughter
caught a severe cold. She complained
of pains in her chest and bad a bad
cough. I gave tier Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy according to direc
tion», and in two days she was well
and able to go to school.
used this remedy io my family for
the past several years and have never
known it to fail,” saya James Pren
dergast. merchant, Annato
Jamaica, West India Islands.
pain* In the chest indicated an ap
proaching attack of pneumonia,
which In this Instance was undoubt-
' edly warded off by Cbamberialo’a
Cough Remedy. It contract« any ten
dency of a cold toward pneumonia.
For sale by City Drug Store.
It la said to be definitely decided
tbat President Roosevelt will not ac
cept t-ue offer of Andrew Carnegie of
•10,000,000 bonds of tbe United States
Steel Corporation, for the purpose of
founding an Institution for higher
education in Washington. The views
of prominent senators and representa
tives are practically
against the acceptance of the offer in
Its present shap«. The provision at
tached to the offer that the govern
ment shall hold the bonds for a term
of years Is considered especially ob
jectionable. Mr. Roosevelt, however,
Is hopeful that an adjustment can be
made ny which Mr. Carnegie can con
vert the bond* into cash or United
States bond«, and that the gift ca
then be accepted In that form.
How To Find Oat.
Myers sold more watches, Jewelry,
etc., during the holidays than any
other dealer io Southern Oregon.
Miss Ecu ma Reed, the popular
school teacher, has been visiting her
parents,who live near Jacksonville.
Miss Carrie George, the clever man
ager of the Postal Tel. Co., Is visiting
relatives in Lane county. Arthur
Mahoney is tilling her place.
Mrs. Georgia Hoag, wife of the late
E. E. Hoag, who formerly resided In
this section, died at Galena, Kansas,
Dec. 16th, of consumption, aged 28
J. H. Messner, the expert black
smith and veterinary surgeon, has be
come a resident of Medford, and can
oe found at one of the shops in tbe
eastern part of town. He never falla
to give satisfaction.
C. Paine, tbe genial blacksmith,
has rented the shop on C street of J.
R. Wilson, who is paying a visit in
Douglas county, accompanied by hl*
family. Charley la a good workman
and Spares no pains to please. .
Dr. J. M. Keene and Miss Mollie
Barneburg, both of whom are well
and favorably known, were united in
matrimony at San Francisco, Dec.
24th. The wedding came as a sur
prise to their many friend*. Tbe
groom is a leading dentist of Oregon,
and prominent In public matters as
well, while his fair bride is one of
Jackson county's most amiable and
popular daughter*. They are spend
ing their honeymoon In California,
but will return next week to make
their future home In Medford. That
happiness and prosperity will always
attend them is the wish of all.
A New Year's Guide.
There la one book everyone should make an
»Oort to (el, for tbe new yenr. It contains
simple and valuable hist« oonoernlng health
many amusing aaeedotaa, »nd much general
Information. Wa rater to Hoatetter'a Alma-
nee, publlabed by The Hoatetler Co , Pltte-
berg, Pa. It will prove valuable to any houae-
bold. Sixty employee ar* kept at work on thia
valuable book The teeue for It» will be over
eight million*, printed tn the English. Frenoh,
Norwegian, Swedish. Bohemian and Spanish
languages. it oonlalaa proot of the emceey of
Hoatetter'a Stomach Bitter*, the great reme
dy prepared by tbe nubllabers, and la worthy
oteareful preaervatlon. The almanac may be
obtained free of coet. al any druggist or gener
al dealer in tbe country.
The Trip of the Season.
A winter trip to southern Califor
nia and Arizona via the famous
Shasta Route is one never to be for
gotten. Renewed acquaintance with
this section will ever develop fresh
points of interest and added sources
of enjoyment under Its numberless re
sorts of mountato. shore, valley and
Two trains leave Portland
. daily, morning and evening, for Cali
fornia. These trains are equipped
with the most Improved pattern of
standard and tourist sleeping cars,
and the low rate* place the trip in
reach of ail. For illustrated guides
California and Arizona winter resorts
R. II. M iller Gen') Pass. Ag’t,
Fill * bolt)* or common glass with your
aratsr and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set-
lling Indicates an
To Cara a Cold tn One Dey.
r Hon of the kid
neys; if It stains Take Laxative Bromo quinine Tablets. __
druggists rotund tho mouev It II falls to cure
your linen It 1» E w. Grove's signature Ison each box. «c.
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
Land tor Sale.
frequent desire to
pass It or pain In
1 have 1560 acres of land, all tn one
the back Is also bract, on Antelope creek for sale. It
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad is situated IB miles from Jacksonville,
der are out of order.
12 miles from Central Point, and 10
What to Do.
There is comfort In the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Root, th* great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish In curing rheumatism, pain In th*
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
MUSIC, ART AND ELOCUTI
to hold water and scalding pain In passing
Thia School otter« to girl» » broad and thorough education, combined with the advanlagna It, or bad effects following use of liquor,
of a healthful and relined home. It occupies a large end attractive building In tbe Immediate wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
vicinity of the City Park The «unitary condition of the premia«« has been made a matter of necessity of being compelled to go often
■peelal attention. The lied chamber«, clean and recitation roomn are large and thoroughly during the day, and to get up many times
ventilated; and tbe conntruetlon ot the bulld'ng la such that every room In open to tbe nunlight.
The greatest care han boon taken to provide all tbe neoenaary appointments of a wall- during the night. The mild and the extra
equipped school, and to furnish every facility tor training pupils In the most approved methods. ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon
The alm of the school In to give thorough and well-oruered Instruction to girls and young realized. It stands the highest for Its won
women, flttlng them for college when thnt In desired, end to aid In the development of true
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
snd womanly character
The Fall term open» September IS, l#l)t. A faculty of twenty oompotent touchers Ins urea If you need a medicine you should nave the
for children snd young women that Individual care and Instruction necessary to the beet b«st. Sold by druggists In 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a sample bottl* of thia
There are four ski 11«<I teacher* In the Music Department alone, specialists In Art and
Oarlory, and native teachers In French end German
Provision Is made for all athletic games suitable to women, as tennis, croquet, basket ball
bloyollng and horseback riding
A gymnasium. IIOxlOO feet. Is in process of construction and a book that tells
more about It. both sent
which will offer still more opportunities for healthful exercise
For Illustrated catalogue apply to
absolutely free by mall,
MIBB ELEANOR TEBBFTT8, Prtnolpel:
address Dr. Kilmer & Rom. o« swunp-Ro«
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous offer In this paper,
A Boarding and Day School for Girls.
Trees, Vines, Plants
We Furnish them For
A. P. Armstrong, LL. B.. Principal
A practical, progressive school conspicuous
for thorough work, with hundreds of graduate*
in positions as bookkeeper« and stenographer*.
Already proud of s high standing wherever
known, it steadily grow» better and better.
Open all tbe year. Students admitted any time.
Private or class Instruction. Learn what and
how we teach, sod what It coats. Catalogue fren
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
I Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don’t Know It.
The beet la today producing 60 per
oent. of the world’a sugar.
Minnesota takes the palm us the
healthiest state in the Union, tbe
average death rate being about 12 per
1,000 inhabitants for the past year.
The Boer generals, Dewet and
Botha, are concentrating tlteir forces
with the Intention of striking the col
ony of Natal by way of Drakenburg
TO DEALERS AND NURSERYMEN
The BEST and MOST Reliable Stock Grown
on the Coast.
Pacific Nursery Co.
Send for Catalogue to
miles from Medford. I will sell tills
land In tracts of 100 acres up until all
Is sold, at HO per acre. It Is good
farming and grazing land, and a good
stock range on the outside. I will
sell all, or as low as 100 acres in a
tract. Inquire of W m . B ybee , Jack
Pincer Mine fer Sale.
A good placer mine, containing
about five acres, including a comfort
able dwelling-house, situated in Jack
sonville, can be bought cheap, as the
owner wishes to leave the state, For
further particulars apply at T hk
T imes offloe.
Title signature la on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo*Quinine Tablet*
the remedy tbat cure* n raid la e«e d«y
In all it* «tag** there
should be clesuline««.
A few good men can net employ
ment at ruling wages. Apply tome
at the Fish Lake Ditch Cump,Browns
boro P. O.
D. E. M orris ,
Siipt. of Construction.
elsanMS, «oothe« end heal*
th« dlMSxsd membra.,«.
It cum ratarrh and drive»
away s cold In tbe head
Cream Balm Is placed Into the nastrile, aprasd,
over th« mombrsou snd is sheorbed. Relief ir» Im
médiat« and a oars follow*. It Is not drying—do»
not produce sneering. lAr,z* Sirs,
«eoi« st Drug,
gists or by mall i Tilal Bb.e, 10 caute by mail.
ELY BIIOTBERS, S« Warren Street, New York.
Tor Infant* and Children.
Tin Kind Y ob H bvi Always Bought
Fleecln* D« Maiipaaaani.
.It Jgjtaid tha£the Norman peasants
hit upon-*! Tuipp? sclieme of fleecing
Guy de Maupassant, who once main
tained near his home at Etretat a rab
bit warren of a few acres. They used
to plant choice vegetables and rare
shrubs in the adjoining fields, and ev
ery year De Maupassant had to pay
for tbe damage done by Ids rabbits.
After a few years be got tired of this
sort of thing. He computed that tbe
few rabbits he shot coet him abrnit
•20 apiece, which was rather too much
even for an enthusiastic sportsman to
pay; so he determined to destroy Ws
game preserve. There were only four
or live burrows in tbe Inclosure, and a
few ferrets soon dislodged all the In
One night after the rabbits had been
destroyed tbe writer happened to visit
his former preserve and detected a
man skulking along under tbe trees,
with a large bag slung over bls shoul
der. De Maupassant supposed that the
man bad come to steal wood and chal-|
lenged him. The supposed thief took ,
to hi* lieels, leaving behind him bls |
bag, which was found to tie filled with
rabbits of both sexes. The man was
an honest neighbor, who. shrewdly
reasoning that there could be no dam
ages If there were no rabbits,
thought It advisable to restock
Beee ot Pino Discrimination.
Morelia has some other odd things—
for example, the sweetmeat stands un
der the portales or arcades, where
friendly beea and wasps devoured tho
candles and were not scared off. I
naked an old woman sitting behind a
large stand loaded with candled fruit,
dulces of all sorts, sugar plume and
"Won’t these beea sting a fellow?”
“Oh, no. senor; don’t be afraid. They
ire muy I nt ell gen tea and can tell a cus
tomer right off.”
“But would they sting a thief, for
“Certainly, senor. They nre very
telllgent. Poor tilings! They do
harm anti nre much corn puny
I watched these winged Insects, with
nil their pnnopl.v of war ready, and
wag fascinated. Then I asked another
"But would not a Morelluu bee sting
"Not if he were a customer, cabal-
Mexican Cor. Boston Herald.
It is a sad thing to see fine
. uh trees spoiled by the blight,
zO'.i ran always tell them front
. 1 st. They never do well
‘it nvards but stay small and
It is worse to see a blight
strike children^ Good health
is the natural right of children.
But some of them don’t get
their rights. While the rest
jrow big and strong one stays
small and weak. *
Scott’s Emulsion can stop
that blight. There is no
reason why such a child should
stay small Scott’s Emulsion
is a medicine with lots of
strength in it—the kind of
strength that makes things
Scott’s Emulsion makes
children grow, makes them eat,
makes them sleep, makes them
>lay. Give the weak child a
hance. Scott’s Emulsion will
make it catch up
with the rest.
This picture represents
the Trade Mark of Scott's
Emulsion and is on the
wrapper of every bottle.
Send for free temple.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., New Vorfc.
50c and |l. all druggists.