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E DEMOCRATIC TIMES.
THURSDAY. ..JANUARY 2, 1902.
, MI m Carrie Dyar of Aihlund ha«
(been visiting in Jacksonville.
Judge Day, who has boen confined
to his home is able to be out again.
Miss Gertrude McCallen of Ashland
ha* been visiting Mis« Helen Colvlg.
W. J. Compton, fornffirly a resident
of this county, is located in Lus An
John C-Barnum, conductor of the
R. R. V. R.. 1« visiting in San Fran
Hon. W. M. Colvlg has returned
from a professional trip to Grant’s
J. H. Buffer, Jr., and hla family are
now located at Woodlawn, a suburb
Alex Thompson has returned from
his visit with relatives living in Table
Thos. Riley and G. 8. Butler, coun
ty commissioners, are in Jacksonville,
on official business.
H. Von der nellen of Wellen and
his son Harry have returned from
their trip to San Franc! sco.
Mrs. D. B. Soils« of Pooli Bah and
her youngest daughter have gone to
Los Angeles, to visit with relatives.
W. R. Nipper of Josephine county,
/he well-known lumber manufacturer,
was In Jacksonville a few days since.
Mrs. D. McCarthy of Ashland is
visiting her «on, Under Sheriff Mc-
.artby, and 1« accompanied by tier
Dan Ulneen, the expert miner, who
Is now operating in the vicinity of
Hornbrook, Calif., made j ’ he T imes a
call this week.
I ’ McCully, a prominent citizen
Muwa county, and lit* family re-
. y paid Ashland a visit. He is a
^.Hin of Jan. C. McCully.
/^Renry Wendt, Jr., after touring a
ge portion of the Northwest, has
a ted at Baker City, where he is in
vested in a photograph gallery.
'las Carrie Beekman, who lias been
.siting in the Ea*t and at Portland
nt Big tile past several months, re-
"rnecl home one day last week.
, Henry Judge, the pioneer saddler-
ad ills family have gone to San Fran*
isco, which will be their future
onie. They carry with them the
est wishes of Liieir many friends.
B. B. Beekman, a prominent attor
ney of Portland, spent the holidays In
Jacksonville. He was accompanied
by his mother, Mrs. C. C. Beekman,
on hla return to the metropolis.
Magnus 8. Hall, a son of the late A.
T. Hall, who came to Jacksonville in
response to a message informing him
of the Illness of his father, returned
/'home soon after the funeral. He is a
I /prominent Jeweler and optician of
, Mankato, Kansas.
Hon. R. G. Smith. Jos. M om , O. C.
• Baker, Mrs. H. Thornton, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Rehkoff, Harry Jones, G.
O. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Wood,
Mrs. A. C. Hough, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Hyde were among the excursionists
to San Francisco from Grant's Pa**.
T. J. Kenney, Chas, Nickell, Prof.
Vashburn, Misses Hose Bucklev and
Emma Ulrlct», Win. Koepp«, Henry
Orth and Ernest Elmer were among
those who went to San Francisco the
day after Christmas. The two last
named expect to remain permanently
Hon. W. A. Carter, a prominent
young attorney, and MU* Ethel
Hughes,the popular and accomplished
angliter of John Hughes of Salem,
who were united In matrimony last
Tuesday, have arrived at Gold Hill,
hich will be their future home. In
ifson with their many friends T he
' imes trusts that their voyage on
atrimonlal seas will be fraught with
nbt uoded success and wedded bliss.
Fred. Blakely of Toledo, Ohio, to
horn the council of Roseburg let the
mntract for grading and •urtaclng
with crushed rock about ten blocks of
principal business street* of that
, formerly operated in tiie mines
6 Gold Hill. The price to be paid
2.41 per running foot. Cemeot
•rs are also to be put In, making
mtantlai improvement Septem-
, 1902,is »he date specified for the
pletlon of the work. Mr. Blakely
In Grant's l*a*s recently.
notice that Ely’s
uld Cream Balm Is nf great beDe-
those sufferer* from nasal ca-
!rh\who cannot Inhale
ough the nose, but must treat
■mselves by spraying.
:am Balm differ* In form; but not
llcally from the Cream Balm that
stood for years at the head of rem-
n for catarrh. It may bo used in
i nasal atomizer. The price, in-
/dlng a spraying tube, I* 75 cents.
(Id by druggist.* and mailed by Ely
Vither*, 56 Warren Street, New
>e young ladies of St. Helen’s Hall
> a delightful entertainment
.uesday evening, Dec. 18th, pre
Ring scenes I, 11 and II of Acts I
,11, from Romeo and Juliet. The
bg ladle* did exceptionally good
■. with the play, and the different
s were played becomingly. Mis«
A Hexter, who played the part of
Tain the first act, did excepttonal-
,»ver work, while the part of the
mu nurse was sustained by
Ethelwynne Harris. The stern »nd
•as represented by Miss Thora Ptml-
t «<>n, who sustained the difficult part
with apparent e»ae.
MI m Poulson
/as a decided favorite with the audi-
-ice, and aroused much applause.
Ins Sinclair and Mis* M. Nickel I, who
sped Romeo's part«, sustained their
arte In exoellent style. After the
urtatn fell an informal reception
was held, followed by dancing. The
big schoolroom was crowded with
guests, all of whom enjoyed the en
Blown to Atoms.
The old ide* that the body some
time« needs a powerful.drastlc.purga-
pill has been exploded; for Dr.
King’s New Life Pills,which are per-
yclly harmless, gently stimulate IIv-
«nd bowels to expel poisonous niat-
. -Vcleanse the system and absolutely
<ire constipation and sick headache.
f ■Aly Infallible pile cure. 26c a box
al City Drug Store.
LOCAL NO re».
Write It 1902
The event Is Jan. 11th.
the different schools will resume
Come and see the child wonders at
the Spinter«’ Convention, Jan. 11th.
Buy your candies at The Boss.
Cheapest arid best In Southern Ore
8wearlng-off time Is at hand. Many
good resolutions have again been
The Swayne-Boaz injunction suit
wa* argued In Judge Hanna’s court
one day till« week.
There is more or less fog n owadays;
but dtherwlse the weather Is mild for
this time of the year.
The oouhty commissioners’ court Is
In session and wlH probably not finish
Its work until Saturday.
The ninth wonder is to see the old
maids transformed Into June buds at
U. 8. Hall, Jan. 11, 1902.
Reverends 8. H. Jones, W. Bitter
and M. McGregor will all hold scr
vice* In Jacksonville Sunday.
Come one and all to see the old
maid, at U. 8. Hall, Jan. 11th, who i*
so old that she cannot be transformed.
Notes, receipts, drafts, due-bills,
etc., In book form, can always be ob
tained at T he T imer Printing House.
Professor MakeXlver is more won
derful In Ills feat* than any of the
hypnotist* who h»ve «ver visited our
town. Jan. 11th.
District Attorney Reames this week
attended to two candidates for the
penitentiary, and they are now wear
ing striped uniforms.
Salt Salmon Hellie»,
Wm. Koeppe, watchmaker and Jew
eler, is now located on California
street, opposite the postoffice. Satis
faction a ran teed.
The Boss Is better prepared than
ever to til. 11 orders fur article^ appro-
season. Fresh candles,
priate to thh
iiuts and fruit a specialty.
Jacksonville Fire Co. No. 1 and the
board of trustees will hold their
monthly meetings next Monday and
Tuesday evening* respectively.
Each and every man of Jacksonville
je requested by the old maids to be
present Jan. 11th, at U. 8. Hall to re
ceive the nuts cracked by them.
F H. Rowe, who formerly operated
atToio, ha* been adjudged a bank
rupt, and a meeting of his creditors
will be held in San Francisco Jan.
G. W. Mackey-has re-opened the
Medford Photo Gallery In Adkina’
building, C street, opposite Jackson
County Bauk. Up-to-aate work and
Sixteen pounds of California dry
granulated sugar. 61.00; 7 lbs. of
choice green coffee, 61.00; 2gallon
bucket of Peerless syrup,61.00.
Mr«. N. D. Wilson has left a supply
of Native Herbs, Oil and Balsam,
the great blood purifiers and kidney
T ime « office, where they can be ob
tained at the regular price.
The partv given by the Jacksonville
Dancing Club Friday evening wa* a
success in every wav. These events
are becoming decidedly popular. Sig
nor Boffa furnished the mnslc.
When in Medford ask for Myers, the
popular Jeweler. Hi* stock of good*
cannot he beaten in Southern Oregon,
if equaled. He sells and repairs dia
monds, jewelry, watches and clock«,
cheaper and better than anyone else.
Ray Jackson, a native of Jackson
ville, whose parents reside at Baker
citv, lost two of bls toe* Saturday
evening. Helsa railroad brakeman,
and while coupling cars at Grant’*
Pas* made a misstep, which resulted
in the accident.
Bolton & Pell’s holiday excursion to
San Francisco was even more success
ful than those preceding it. Several
hundred residents of Jackson, Joseph
ine and Siskiyou counties took till*
opportunity to see the sights of the
Pacific coast’s metropolis.
Uncle Bob Galbreath, a pioneer
resident of Klamath county, and who
wa* well known in Southern Oregon,
died at the home of his daughter,Mrs.
Dixon of Olene, recently.
elgiit children, all grown, among
whom are Mrs. N. Fease and Harvey
Galbreath of Grant’s Pass.
J. Nunan’s mercantile establish
ment was entered late one night this
week and robbed of a number of artt-
cles, chiefly wearing apparel. The
thief or thieves entered by the rear,
having removed a pane of glass. The
plunder was hauled away In a light,
buggy, which was tracked up Tliird
and Pine street*, then down Oregon
and California «treets, when all trace
of it was lost.
Dawson advices state that Dr.
Willis E. Everette, formerly an as-
sayer at Tacoma, where he had one of
the biggest assay offloes and largest
collect Ions of miner«!« In Washing
ton, has just been denied the right to
further act. as commissioner of deeds
in the Klondike under a commission
Issued by the governor of Texas.
Everette formerly operated In South
ern Oregon, and Is a very tricky Indi
The county clerk Is getting suppl lea
for the registration of voters, which
begins this month and ends in May.
Voter« must register for each general
election, and consequently all those
who registered In 1900 must come for
ward again. Young men who have
Ju*t become of ag« and new residents
all must register.
must be prepared In order that the
olerka may be able to register each
elector In the precinct in which be re
The Oregon Farmers’ Congress will
be held at Halem, January 6th to 9th,
1902, inclusive. “The Oregon Dairy
men’s Association and the Oregon
Livestock Association will hold their
annual meeting at the same time and
place. The fruit roeu, Btate Grange
and hop men will also be represented.
The <>re|ton State Board or Agricul
ture will likewise hold special meet
ings for the purpose of preparing a
program for next year’s state fair. In
view of the recent rapid advancement
In stock raising and dairying through
out the state this meeting should lie
of great benefit to all interested in
agriculture, and an unusual larga at
tendance is assured.
Wtrren Veitch, a cheap creatare
The Game of the Season
whi live« off tn i ear uings of Ills fam
ily, came before Judge Hanna last
weak on a charge of having stolen hardest fought game of foot bun ever F uller -F ahrar -AI Klamath Falls,
In Southern Oregon was that ■ Dec. 11. 1901, by Rev.
articles worth about 636 from Jame* played
which took place at Medford Christ-'
Horace Fuller and Mis* Della
Perdue of Medrord, about a year ago. mas between the Jacksonville and | I Comb,
H e has made hlm*elf scarce sine? then, Medford teams. A number of tine
returning to visit bis relatives a few plays were made, and the Immense M ee —C ary --At Grant’s Pass, Dec.
2«, 1991, bj Rev. Robert Booth,
days ago. Veatch pleaded guilty and crowd present became wild with ex
FrahK Mee and Mrs. Jennie Cary.
was sentenced to do time in the penl- citement at times. Jacksonville won
tentiarjr for a year. Under Sheriff by a score of 17 to 11. It looked S pencer —A ikin —In Yamhill Coun
McCarthy and 8. E. Dunnlngton took rather ultramarine for the winners at
ty, Dec. 22. 1901, F. W. Spencer of
McMinnville, and Miss Eva Aikin.
him to Salem.
the end of the first half, however, as
Southern Oregon State Normal they had not made a point at that K ekne —B arneberg —At San Fran
School will open Jan. 6th. Special stage of the game, The following
cisco. Dec. 24, 1901, Dr. J. M. Keene
review classes will be organized and wee the line-up.
and Miss Mollie Baroeburg, both of
continued through the year for those J acksonville
desiring to take •''aminations for Freel
P erkins — B lodgett — In Jackson
L E R
county or state papers. There will be Cooper
ville, Dec. 24, 1901, by Judge Charles
opportunity to teach in training Oglesby
Prim, Gerald Perkins and Ida M.
school under direction of critic teach Johnson
er. The State Course or Study will Reames
Gregory R ollinson —S nyder —At Marshfield,
receive special attention. Recent im- Ulrich
R T L
Coos county, Dec. 16, 1901, Charles
&rovementa enable the school to do Nunan
Rollinson and Miss Allie Snyder.
etter work in all departments than Daily
Rotharmel O den — H aviland — Near Grant’s
S H L
Pas*, Dec. 26, 1901, by Judge Axteil,
The American Beauty party given Washburn
R H L
PhiliipOden and Miss Cora Havi
by M is* Helen Colvlg at her residence Von der Hellen B
Tuesday evening was one of the
The Jacksonville foot ball team has D ickey —F reeman —Near Klamath-
pleasantest as well as the most novel played four games this season,and not
on. uec. 25,1901, James Dickey aod
of the many events which have glad been defeated once. It has thus
Miss Grace Freeman.
dened the holiday season. Dam Ing earned the championship of Southern
and games, Interspersed with music, Oregon, having beaten every club
were indulged io, which were supple playing In this section, excepting
mented by an elegant collation. Eavli Point’s. Our boys put up a
Tho»e present were Misses Sophie better ,'sme every time they play,and
M c K ee —In Watkins precinct, Dec.
Muller, Gertrude McCallen, Marie are wiil.og to meet all comers.
19, 1901, to Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Nickell, Laura and Lucinda Reames,
McKee, a daughter.
Lewis Ulrich, Chas. Nunan, Irwin
C amahan --AI Ke no, Klamath coun
Eckelson and P. Donegan, Jr.
ty, Dec. 12. 1901, to Mr. and Mrs. J.
Another ridiculous food fad has
The holiday raffle which took place
C. Carnahan, a son.
at The Banquet was the blgget and been branded by the most competent
most successful affair of the kind that authorities. They have dispelled the M axwell —At Bonanza, Klamath
county, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Max
ever occurred In Southern Oregon. silly notion that one kind of food Is
well, a son.
Two hundred dollars In cash were dis needed f or brain, another for muscles,
tributed. The capital prize was won and still another for bones. A :or- P adgett —At Keno, Dec. 10, 1901, to
by M. M. Taylor, Gus Newbury and rect diet will not only nourish a
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Padgett, a
Eugene Thompson, for each of whom particular part of the body, but it
was thrown 44. W. W. Miller of Ash
W ilbur —At Grant’s Pa«*, Dec. 21,
land won tile 650 prize with 15. John
1901, to Mr and Mrs Myron Wilbur,
F. Miller und Lewis Ulrich each cap nutriment Is destroyed by indigestion
tured #10, while the other sums were
won by syndicates. The magnificent their appearance or prevent their F aught —At Ashland. Dec. 28, 1901,
to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Faught, a son.
turkey supper set afterward was amp coming by taking regular doses of
ly done Justice to by the Urge crowd Green's August Flower, the favorite
medicine of the healthy millions. A
few doses aids digestion, stimulates
The members of P. P. Prim’s Cabin the liver to healthy action, purities
No. 15, N. S. O-, scored another social the blood,and makes you feel buoyant S isemoke —At Portland, Dec. 28, 1901,
success New Year’s eve. The mas and vigorous. You can get Dr. G. G.
Mr<. Mary E. Sizemore, aged 63 yrs,
querade ball given by them was a Green’s reliable remedies at City G albreath —At Lost, river, Klamath
magnificent success ia every particu Drug Store.
county. Dee. 16. 1901, R. A. Gal-
Get Green’s special
lar. Tiiere were nearly 60 maskers, almanac.
breato; aged 82 years, 9 montus and
and ttie number would have been still ’
Stop« the Cough
greater had the Portland costumer
J ordon -At Grant’s Pa-s, Dec. 26,
and Works off the Cold.
been more reasonable in his prices.
1901. Herbert Willard, Infant son of
Bromo-Quinine Tablet« cure a cold
The spacious court room had been dec Laxative
In one day. No Core, No Pay. Price 25 een!«
Mr. and Mrs. William Jordon; aged
orated for the occasion and was
crowded witli votaries of Terpsichore.
B rown —At Central Point, Dec. 26,
Two hundred tickets were sold, mak
1901, Mrs. J. J. Brown.
ing It the danciogeventof the season.
Rev. Mr. McGregor will hold ser P otter —At Ashland, Dec. 26, 1901,
T he T imes will endeavor to do Justice
vices at the M. E. church, In Jack
to the occasion in its next issue.
Mrs. bu-an Jane Potter; aged 72
sonville, Sunday morning and even
years, 10 months and 18 days.
E. R. Williams was detected in the ing.
role of a shoplifter in Ashland one
WiLsoN--At Medford, Dec. 26, 1901>
Rev. 8. H. Jones will hold services
day this week, for which he was sent
or Bright's di.-ease, Emma Frances,
to the penitentiary for a year by
wire nr J. R Wilson; abed 44 jears,9
Judge Hanna. He went into A. 8.
months and 1« day«.
Barne*’ store for the alleged purpose
Of buying a pair <>f shoes, and when
Rey. W. Bitter will hold services
the proprietor’s back was turned he
concealed a pair of pantaloons and a during the month as follows: First
necktie under bis coat.
William« Sunday, Jacksonville, at 10 a . m . and
was overtaken before be got far and 7.30 p. M.; second Sunday, Ashland,
the articles were taken from him. He 10 A. m . and 7:30 p. m .; third Sunday.
was then ai-rested and brought to Jacksonville. 10 a . m . and 7:30 p. m ;
Jacksonville, being escorted to Sa fourth Sunday, at Jacksonville, 8:30
“ I tried Ayer’s Hair Vigor to
lem by Sheriff Orme and C. J. Meier. AM and 7:30 p. ji ., at Medford
10:30 A. M. _______ _
stop my hair from falling. One-
H. E. Ankeny, one of Southern Ore
half a bottle cured me.”
gon’s most prominent mining men.
J. C. Baxter, Braidwood, Ill.
and a member of the Lewis and
At a sacrifice, to close an es-
Clark Exposition Commission, who
______ of a ten-barrel
has been mentioned for the office of tate, the machinery
Ayer’s Hair Vigor is
governor, said: "As far as being a roller flour mill. For particulars ad
E. M. C ockerline .
candidate for the office is concerned, dress
the most eco
Grant s Pass, Or.
I desire to state that 1 arn not.
nomical preparation of its
Neither am 1 personally making a
lf the Baby la Cutting Teeth.
canvass for the nomination on the Be sure and use that old and well-tried reme
kind on the market. A
Republican ticket, nor have I author dy. Mas. W isslow ’ s S oothing S thup . for
ized my friends to do so. Whatever children teething. It soothes the child, soft
little of it goes a long way.
the turns, allays all pain, cures wind colic
talk there is on the subject is entirely ens
and Is the best remedy tor diarrhoea. Twenty-
gratuitous. As far as 1 am able to five cents a bottle.
It doesn’t take much of
«ize up the feeling ia my county, I
it to stop falling of the
would *ay that party sentiment Is
favorable to the renomination of Gov
The following is a list of letters re
hair, make the hair grow,
maining uncalled for in the Jackson
Mrs. M. E. Slsemore died at a sanita ville postoffice Dec. 31, 1901:
and restore color to gray
rium in Portland last Saturday, after Alms. Mr
Patrick. Mrs Harry
SLIS a Mt«. AU Sraobta.
a lingering illness. She' was one of Cooper. Mrs Alice Parker, RL
the earliest settlers of Southern Ore Graff. Rev E C
If your druggist cannot supply you,
gon, having come from Missouri with
One cent will be charged upon de
send us one dollar and we will expresa
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James livery.
you a bottle. Be sure and give the name
Rowe, in 1852, and settling iu Sam’s
of your nearest express office. Address,
J ohn F. M iller , P. M.
J. C. AYER CO., Lowell, M am .
Valley. One of toe worthiest and
most highly respected of ladies, her
death Is regretted by all who knew
her. The remains were Interred In
the Sam’s Valley cemetery Monday
afternoon, Rev Mr. Lockhart’ of
Central Point, officiating. Mr*. Sise-
more Is survived by four sons and
one daughter—Horace, Janies and
John Pelton, Lindsey Slsemore and
Mrs. W. B. Johnston.
Happiness will go out of your life
The installation of the officers of forever, my sister, if vou have any
Adarel Chapter No. 4. (). E 8., was of the symptom» mentioned in Mre.
a handsome affair. Mrs. Dora Har Valentines letter, unless you »ct
Th« beet waterpreef garments in tb«
Mada from th. best m.t.rl.l. ud
baugh, the efficient past worthy ma Gcmptly. l‘r<<’.’ie Lydia I • Plak-
warranted waterpraal. Mad. to it .ad
tron, officiated, a-sisted by Mrs. Anna
m’s Vegetable Compound at oreee.
the roachMt work ana weather.
I,««k far the trade mark. M roar dealer
Beach as marshal.
The following it is absolutely sure to help yon. Then
does not hare them, write for eatafogne to
were installed to serve during the en write for advice if there i» anything
I. T. Mtn« as4 ratkiw u.
€«., AgU., 8a» Frasetee.
suing term: W M. Emma Helm«, W about your case you do not »ad»r-
P, Jas Cronemiller. A M, Amalia stand.
Britt, Sec, Corinne Linn, Trea«, Mary
You need not be afraid to tell the
Miller, Con, DalayHuffer, AC.Betilah thing* you could not explain to the
Nell, Chap. R 8 Dunlap, Mar, F M doetor—your tetter will be weenoaly by
Loye, org iuiat, Florence DeBar, War. women. All the persons whoaee priv
Elizabeth Cronemiller. Sen, Amelia ate tetter*nt Mrs. Pinkham’« LabeM
Elmer, Adah, Frances Barnea, Ruth, tory, at Lynn. Muea.. are wotaea. AU
Edith Priest. Esther,Mollie Cameron. letters are confidential anti ad vice abso
Martha. O Buffer, Electa II Tnrash- lutely free.
er. The ceremouiea were followed b.v
Here ie the letter : xr “ It 1« with
an appropriate programme and a pleaeure that I add my
sumptuous collntloL. The whole wa* Íour list, hop-
thoroughly enjoyed by those In at ig it may in
Digests what you eat.-
duce others to
•vail t h e m-
This preparation contains all of th®
•elvM of the
digestants and digests all kinds of
Catarrh Caanet ba Cured
food. It gives instant relief and never
With LOf-At. amacATKnm as they cannot benefit of your
fails to cure. It allows you to eat all
reach the seat of the dlaaaoe. Catarrh is a
blood or constitutional disease, and in order to
the food you want. The most sensitive
care It you mast taie Internal remedies
stomachs can take it. By its use many
Hell’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and
thousands of dyspeptics have been
asm directly on the blood end mucous surfaoes
Hall’s Catsrrti Cure la not a quacb medicine
cured after everything else failed. It
It wee proscribed by one of the bee. physi
prevents formation of gas on the stom
cians in thia emntry for years, and le a regular
ach, relieving all distress after eating.
prescription, ft Is composed of the beat ton
lee known, combined with the beat blood purl
Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to taka.
That'« the condition of many sufferers
from catarrh, especially in the morning.
Great difficulty is experienced in clear
ing llue Lead and throat.
No wonder catarrh causes headache,
impairs the taste, smell and hearing,
pollutes the breath, deranges the stom
ach and affecte the appetite.
To cure catarrh, treatment must be
constitutional—alterative and tonic.
•‘I was afflicted with catarrh. I took
medicines of dilierent kinds, giving each
a fair trial; but gradually grew worsi until
I Could hardly hear, taste or smell. J then
concluded to try llrxaFs Sarsaparillu. and
after taking five bottles I was cured and
bave not had any return of thv di sea»«
Eton-xr F ob «««, Lebanon, Kan.
Cure« catarrh—it soothes and strength
ens the mucous membrane and build«
up the whole system.
It roa harttit a resular. healthy movement of th«
bowels every day, you’re 111 or will be. Keep your
bow.iawpen, and bo woU. Force, tn the ahap.ot vie-
lent tbyac or pill poison, 1. dangerous. The smooth,
est, easiest, moot perfect way of kesplna the bowels
elear »Mi clean Is to taka
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. Taste Good, Do Good,
Never Sicken, Weaken, or Gripe. 10, 25. and 50 cento
per box. Write for free sample, and book.et on
BTKBLUiQ KJC1KDY COSPAMJ, CHICAGO er SIW YORK.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
Don’t tie the top of your
Jelly and preserve jars in
the old fashioned way. Seal
them by the new, quick,
absolutely sure way—by
a thfnTcoatlna of pure,
refined Part " ’ite w ax.
Has no taste or odor.
Is air tight and acid
seful in a dozen other
■ways about the house.
Full directions with
each pound cake.
Made by STANDARD OIL CO-
Sere, set Ing dlrecUv on Me meooes surfaces.
The perfect ermiMnatlon of the two Ingredi
ents is what produces such wonderful men Il
in curing Catarrh. Rond for testimonials free.
p. J CHENEY A CO, Props., Toledo, O
Mold by druggists, price The.
Hall's Family Pills are ths beet.
O«r Native Herb«
Is the name of the oelebratod orlglaal herb
compound which nas effected so much rood
among the afflicted. It le a great blood purifier
and htdney and llrer regulator Two hundred
days treatment fer SI. Aino Native Oil and
Balaam. For sal« by
Mas N. D. Wit.soa, Jacksonville,
Who will send almanac on application
Samples can be seen at i ns T ims * emee
You Know What You Are Toklng
When you lake Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonis,
because the formula Is plainly printed onerery
bottle showing that It la simply Iron and <J it-
nine In a taatelss* form No Cure. No P»v. SOc.
H o««’t hslli
but do you good
•■«■«redonly by F. O. DaWirrA Ort.. OhieaML
Xbe£7boOfv eonteinaSMUmeatbe»0c. A
Wek «nd vtekt •id«, and no weak 1 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
could scarcely stanA. I wm not able
•o do «nvthlngr- Had sharp pains nil In tBe Cevaty Court of the htete of Oreaea tor
tfamngh my body. Before I had taken
the Estate of Elisabeth M.
half • bottle of your medicine. I found In the matter of Leever.
myself improving. I continued its use
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
until I had taken four bottles, «nd felt utideretoned, «.InilnlAtrator of Hie estate of
KhtatH-th M. Lvever deceased ha« filed In the
•o well that I did not need to take any oountv
eourt of Jackson '•ounty, Or»fon, hl*
more. I am like a new person, «nd final aceonnt as »aid sdsnlntstrator. sod by or
your medicine shall always have my der of Hon Chas Prim, fudge of said eourt
Jsnuarv IT. Ig>i, st 10 o’clock A
Praise.” — M rs . W. P. V ai ’ krtink , 56« Friday.
M . ia set for the hearirAthersof
erry Avenue, Camden, N.J.
inrerevred a-e hereby notified to antx-sr an«
"""""TSïfte F. I^nltha.-n
file his or her objection to the same on or before
Dated December 19. 1901.
IV J FREkMAN, Adtnlslitrator.
CITATION TO HEIRS.
I d tbe Ccunly Court tor the County ct Jackson,
State of Oregon.
In tbe matter ot tbe estate of M. E. Minear,
To Sarah E Minear, widow of said deceased,
W C Minear, Clifton D Minear. Eva M Mi
near, Maggie E Minear, Flora Minear. Glen
nie Minear, Harley Minear, the children of
said deceased, all residing in Collins, Iowa,
and to all others whom this may concern:
IN THE NAM EOF TH ESTATE OF ORE
GON, and by order of the above-entitled court,
made upon the 12tb day of December, 1901. vou
and each of you are hereby cl'el and required
<o appear in the County Court of Jackson
County, State of Oregon, at the court room
thereof, in the town of Jacksonville, In the said
county and state, on tbe Stith day of January.
A D 1902. at the hour of 10 o'clock A M of said
day, then and there to show cause if any there
be why an order of tbe court should not be
made by the above-entitled court for the sale
at private sale by E DeRoboam, administra-
tor of the following property, to pay the ex
penses of adm'nistration and the claim« tiled
and allowed against said estate:
Beginning at a rock set for a corner being
■25 73 chains E from the section corner between
sections 32, 23. 4 and 5, townships 37 and 3» S,
range 2 W. and running thence north 37o E
17 93 ch Uns to the center of the county road
running from Jacksonville to Phcenlx.to a rock
for corner from which a white oak tree li
inches in dtameter bears N 80o E 94 link«;
thence - fil^o E 4 *2 chains to a rock set in tbe
road; thence S M140 E li chains to a ruck set
in the road; thence S 73o 30’ l! <5 44 chains to a
sandstone set tor a corner in the road from
which a white oak 12 inches in diameter beam
N S5o W 43 links, and a laurel 5 inches tn diam
eter bears N Mo E 2» links; thence N 71*40 W
28 to chains to a rock set tor a corner from
which a white oak 8 inches in diameter bears
N 3To E 96 itnks'.tbence N 37o E 97-10S
the place of beginning, containing t: i ,cros.
Bald tract of land being pert of the H Del
linger D LU No. 44 and 9S, In the township and
range aforesaid, and altuated in Jaekerm
Thia citation is published onoe a week in tbe
DSMt-CRaric Ttuxs for tour successive weeks
by order of Chas. Prim, Judge of the County
Court for Jackson County, Oregon, made and
entered the iSthday of ' ecember. A D 1901.
GUS N EWBURY, Clerk.
NklL & N «11.. Attorneys tor Administrate«
DEI ARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Uarrin> S tatbs L and ' mcs.
ROSKBL'RU, O hs . os . December 1», ¡901.
A sutficieot eobtest affidavit baviug been
filed lb ibis c ffi e by Addle A. Vauderkarr,
contestant. agatust the homestead entry No.
»6». trade November SO, Ito». tor the n* l 4
* IV new,
andeH nwig. section S', township .# south,
rtnge 1 «est. by Lee R Willis, eontesteeJ la
wht<-b It Is alleged that the ent vmaa Baa
wholly abandoned the tracts embraced I d thia
entry for a period exceeding one j ear last past,
and that such abandonment was not caused by
reason of his employment la the army, navy,
or marine oorps of the United Slates ta a
private soldier, ofneer, sesmsn. or maria«,
durleg the war with Spate, or during any other
war in which the United States may
gaged Said parties arg hereby notified
pear, respond and otter «videnee torebih
nilegatlee at loos leek a. m , on February «,
IVWl. before Gus Newbury, County Clerk, M
Jacksonville. Oregon, and that final bearing
trill be held at to o'clock a . ■ . on February 1».
HAY, before the Register and Receiver at Ute
United Statea Land Office la Roseburg, Ore
The said contestant having, la a «ren«
affidavit, filed December it. 1901. set to,th Ncte
which show that after due dlllgenc ■ personal
service of this notice can not be mid«, It le
b«reby ordered and directed that «' ch notice
be given by due and proper publication
J. T BRIDGE«, Register. -
J. H. BiKITH. R.. --1V. r.
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