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26. WH McDaniel to Grace Throck
"That must be a pretty bail tooth
Admiral Samp.on is a very sick ache to swell your face like that. Why
29, Grundy Burton to Alice P Carter.
man, much worse than the authorized don't you see a dentist?”
LIST OF MARRIAUES THAT TOOK PLACE 29, David B Dunkin to Carrie Cook.
30, F M Nelson.to.Lura Parham. ~ reports state.
"I did call on your friend. Dr. Pul-
j ^HK^ZZII decembeu •
Nuc-se-ga, the oldest Indian squaw Jem, yesterday and experienced great
12, Geo L Haff to Fannie Ptening. O in the United states, recently died at
We I'uniiali them For
2, Bert Ashurst to May E Caldwell. .7, Claude A Riddle to Mamie Isaacs. Barron's island Wis., aged 128 years.
"You must be mistaken. Pullem lot»
10, Charles Burns to Lillian Taylor.
Ralph L Scott to Heleu DChurch- Senator Hanna's bill, granting a been
out of town for a week."
20, Frank P Jfefherland tq Meda
pension of *5000 a year to Mrs, Mc ”1 know. 1 felt relieved when 1
11, Robed F. Furves to Charlotte L Kinley, will be one of the first bills to found that out.**—Exchange.
21, banmer Ö Cameron to Carrie E
,,iar r a.
6, C E Ellis to Eva Taylor.
A Chrlatuina Pie.
21, J W McClendon to Rachel Lind-
lion. J. M. Williamson of Prineville
seems to be a “mlscellaneoos” candi A customary feature of a Christmas
HERB AND THERE
22, William Tobin to Maria A Bour
date. He refuses to say what office dinner In old England waa an ImnieusO The BEST ancl MOST Reliable Stock Grown
he hankers after. He will probably pie of some kind. It
on the Ooast.
28, Cortez ESnyder to Angeline Moore. on sale at T he T imes Printing House. get none.
28, Peter G Spielman to Elizabeth
Deeds, mortgages, leases, bends, are told that hi the reign of Henry
Pacific Nursery Co.
Cotne and see the child wonders at
of sale and every imaginable III. the sheriff uf Gloucester was once
29, A A Boyce to Carrie E Mansfield. the Spinters’ Convention, Jan. 11th. bills
kind of legal blanks—the latest and ordered by that mounrch to procure
A tine assortment of up-to-date best—are constantly on hand at T he twenty salmon, ten peacocks and ten
3, W D Howard to Alberta DeCoud- visiting cards can always be found at T imes office.
prawns for Christmas pies.
T he T imes office.
It is stated John D. Long, secretary
3, Cyrus Norton to Alma G DeCoud- Jack Wade and William Dalton, of the navy, will soon retire, and that
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the murderers of Jas. B. Morrow, will his successor will be Chas. H. Allen
Dr. A.—Why do you always make
C, Wesley Birdsey to Effie B Cameron. be hanged at Portland January 31.
meh particular inquiries as to what
». E W Scott to Myrtle Bliss.
Miners’liens, deeds to mines, water record in Cuban affairs.
12, Frank B Oatman to Nida Sheets.
your patients eat? l*oes that nseist
A well-posted railroad man predicts you In your diagnosis?
Stenography, Telegraphy, Penmanship, Com
1», Edward L Reynolds to Mattie right locations and other mining
blanks always on hand at T he T ime that the Corvallis and Eastern railroad Dr. B.—Not much, but It enables me
Law, A Teacher's Course, Preparation
H H Hughes to Emma L Bedford. office.
will be the first to enter the Eastern
to ascertain their social position and
Service Examination, or Entrance to
Ex-Governor Shaw of Iowa, the ing so long for railroad connection.
trratnre my fees accordingly.— Tit-Bits.
Thorough Work in Seven Courses,
newly appointed Secretary of the
6, J R Ramsay to Cora E Rogers.
Studies, given at the Old Re
10, Geo T Snudden to Emma L Kin Treasury, will take charge of the
A large quantity of newspapers,
, „ portfolio January 25.
suitable for wrapping, pasting cn
11, Wm E Dunlap to Bertha L Mc
Fresh bread, pies, cakes and other walls, putting under carpets, etc., can
pastry, of superior quality, can be ob be obtained cheap, in quantities k
tained at The Boss regularly. Satis suit, at T he T imes Printing House.
Cut this out and take it to City
Walter Brown and Fred Snelling Drug Store, and get a free sample of
20, S W McPherson to Grace E
were drowned near Lakeview De Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
23, Bernard Heberlie to Minnie D cember 30th while skating on Goose Tablets, the best pliyslc. They also
Besides these the KATES are the Most
Lake, ten miles south of Lakeview,
cure disorders of the stomach, bilious
ness and headache.
24. H C Gee to Sarah J Harris.
The Courses the Most
Sick headache, nervous head
Dudley Evans, formerly of Portland,
The celebrated Snap Shot, the best
has been selected to succeed J. J.
ache, tired headache, neuralgic
3, W H Harvey to Margaret Miller. Valerftine as president of Wells, medicine in the world for allaying in
the Most Complete
7, C W Thomas to Leia Walcb.
flammation in man or beast, can be
Fargo & Co. It is a good selection.
The Advantages Manv.
headache from excitement, in
21. H C Sheets to Nellie D Eaton.
Kitchner reports that another
21, James A Burch to Louisa King-
Write For Particulars to
fact, headaches of all kinds arc
also at Dr. Hinkle's, Central
hundred Boers have been taken store,
23, Chas Campbell tn Anna E Done prisoners. Gen. Erasmus, a promi
W. C. RAMSEY, Principal,
nent Boer leader, is among the num Within the next year the San Fran
cisco mint will liave undergone a
' " Smith
-- Abbott. ber.
complete change. Work has already
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2», John Thorson to Edith Ruts.
II. B. Warren and II. E. Stimmel, been begun on the transformation of
prominent citizens of Yreka, Calif., the plant into a modern system fitted
where they had resided many years, witli all the new electrical Inventions
1, G J Bowman to Lulu Bowman.
Also all pains such as backache,
Both had grown for creating power and increasing the
1, Alfred Gorden to Effie Obeuchain. died last week.
neuralgia, . sciatica, rheumatic
13, 1 A Dean to Rose Cochran.
perfection of coinage.
pains, monthly pains, etc.
6, A M Helms to Mary S Smith.
Roswell Beardsley is postmaster of
6, Frank Crow to M I Mathews.
millionaire, thirsting for an official
"Dr. Miles’ Pain Pills are worth their
8, Herbert J Whipple to Iva E Wash gosition, is the successor of Chas. a little, slow-going fourth-class post
weight in gold," says Mr. W. D. Krea
office at North Lansing, N. Y. He
mer, of Arkansas City, Kan. “They
Imory Smith, who has been posmast- received bis appointment from Presi
8, II F Caton to Effie M Pankey.
cured rny wife of chronic headache
er-general for several years.
dent John Quincy Adams, and has
when nothing else would.”
12, lra Grigsby to Maud E Hubbs.
Bob Fitzsimmons has finally come held the position since 1828. He is
19, Clyde Fields to ArtimeDta Barr.
“Dr. Miles’ Pain Pills drive away
out with the positive declaration that ninety-nine years of age and writes
26, Harry Gilson to May Allen.
pain as if by magic. I am never with
a supply, and think everyone
“I saved $15.00 on the order you sent me last,besides
ries makes it worth his while. A big the department at Washington.
should keep them handy. One or two
pills taken on approach of headache
fight is therefore certain.
I tetter and fresher goods than I obtain here.”
will prevent it every time."
If troubled with a weak digestion, eling in Idaho, and passed a book
(Extract from one of our letters).
12, George Cottrell to Madgie Wright.
Mas. J udge J ohnson , Chicago, III
15, W A Higinbotham to Julia belching, sour stomach, or if you feel store in the window of which .was a
We believe there arc many others who can send to us with
Through their use thousands of
dull after eating, try Chamberlain’s copy of his “Winning of the West.”
the same satisfactory results, and we invite a comparison of
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price Going into the booustore. he inquired:
16, Magnus Hall to Edna Cook.
people have been enabled to at
17, James W Calkins to Marv J Rus 25 cents. Samples free at City Drug “Who 1« this author, Roosevelt?”
prices in our Catalogue with local rates.
tend social and religious func
“Oh,” said the bookseller, "he’s a
tions, travel, enjoy amusements,
We guarantee quality of our goods, safe packing and de
ranch driver.” “And what do you
17, T 1 Arbuckle to Clara A Parr.
The suit against Pennoyer, Met- thing of his book?” asked the Presi
etc., with comfort. Asaprevcnt-
Let us become better acquainted.
19, Alfred W Jacksen to Bertha E schan
from dent. “Well,” said the dealer slowly
complete price lists for the asking. Postal card
them the amount of the defalcation and deliberately,
19, Elmer Patrick to Ethel Walrad.
proach of a recurring attack,
bv return mail.
21, G A Gabrielson to Mary C Auder- School Land Board during their in
they are excellent.
cumbency in office, has been formally running a ranch, and give up writing
Sold by ail Druggist«,
23, August Costel to Elizabeth Yates. dismissed.
25 Dosea, 25 cants.
book«, he’d have made a powerful
23; GEObenchain to Stella M Coch
Dr. Milas Medical Co., Elkhaet, fnd.
25 Market St.. San Francisco, Calif.
Rey. J. M. Yingling, pastor of the more of a success at Ills trade.”
25, G H Tice to Jennie M Riddle.
Bedfoud St. M. E. Church, Cumber-
“Some time ago my daughter
30, LaWf?nce E Hunter to Margaret and, Md , says: “It affords me great caught a severe cold. She complained
pleasure to reccommend Chamber of pains in her chest and had a bad
lain’s Colic. Cholera acd Diarrhoea cough. I gave her Chamberlains
30, J D Holts to Bertha WalCb.
Remedy. 1 have used it and know Cough Remedy according to direc
others who have never known it to tions, and in two days she was well
2, A T Rowe to Georgia A Ford.
fail.” For sale by City Drug Store. and able to go to school. I have
2, Ira L Arnold to Ella Rawlings.
A copy of a proclamation inciting used this remedy in my family for
2, A M Bunch to Lola Herriott.
8, M W Kinney to Florence L Goff. desertion ot American soldiers to the the past several years and have never
10, Robert T Burnett to Charlotta G
war department. It is signed with dergast, merchant, Arinato Bay,
11, Matbias Demmtr to Martha Rich States army. It was signed under pain9 in the chest indicated an ap
Digests what you eat.
14, Edward Foster to Marie Dawson. compulsion, while ttie men were in proaching attack of pneumonia, This préparation contains all of the
17, John H McClendon to Jessie P charge of the Filipinos.
MUSIC, ART AND ELOCUTI
edly warded off by Chamberlain’s digestants and digests all kinds of
Klamath Falls is how wholly rid of Cough Remedy. It contracts any ten foot), ltgivesinstant relief and never
Thl« Hcbcol offers to girls a broad tod thorough education, ccmblnrd with tbo •dr*n»«v>wi
a healthful and reCned home It occupies a largo and attractive building In the Ihtmedlaio
22, F C t’lymale to Hattie Howard.
the smallpox, which,though of a mild dency of a cold toward pneumonia. fails tocure. It allows you to eat all ot
vicinity uf the City f ark
The sanitary condition of the premium han been made a matter of
type, afflicted and injured the town For sale by City Drug StorS.
the food you want. The most sensitive special
attention. The t>e<l chambers, claws and recitation rooms are large and tnoroughly
of the bulld’ng Is such that every room in open to the sunlight.
5, D A Lancaster to Margaret Best.
The greatest care has been taken to provide all the necessary appointments of a well-
In dealing with the light form
thousands of dyspeptics have been equipped
14, Frances D Robbins to Anna V towns,
school, and to furnish every facility for training pupils in the moat approved methods
of smallpox, Klamath Falls authori
Cured after everything else failed. It The aim or the school la to give thorough and well-ordered Instruction to girls and young
ties did not act promptly on its initial Over-Work Weakens
women, fitting them for college when that Is desired, acd to aid In the development of truer
prevents formation ofgason the stom and
appearance, and, as a result, numer
ach, relieving all distress after eating. . Th®
^all term opens September 16 1901. A faculty of twenty competent teachers fns ores
20, Ernest Vroman to Ada Hayes.
ous cases developed while the nature
and young women that Individual care ant’ instruction necessary to the best
the complaint was being questioned
17, WR Stansell to Susie Applegate. of
H can’t help
There are four »killed teacher» In the Muslo Department alone, specialists I d Art and
and native teacher» In French and German.
1», Frank G Allard to Leia Bush.
but do you good Oartory.
Provision I» made for all athletic game» suitable to women, as tennis, croquet, basket ball
21. Frank B Barfield to Grace Allen.
C. 11. Markham, who was recently
and horseback riding
A gymtaslum. NlxltX) feet, 1» In procens of construction
All the blood In your body passes through
21, Frank F Conover to Elizabeth F promoted from the position of as
TboSl. bottl« contain. ZU ttzaestb»' Wc.blM.
which will offer »till more opportunities for healthful exercise
your kidneys once «very three minutes.
sistant freight traffic manager of
The kidneys are your
21, Bert K Howard to Myrtle T Rose. the ¡southern Pacific Company to the
blood purifiers, they fil
21. 1 J Puikeypiie to E Estella Stid office of vice-president and general
ter out the waste or
manager of the Houston & Texas
impurities in the blood.
22, J E Ro*s to Elizabeth Stidham.
Central, has entered upon his new du
If they are sick .r out
28, S S Ackley to Bertba Patterson.
ties, which embrace the general
of order, they fail to do
management of an important link in
Southern Pacific Company’s At
3, Frank Norton to May B Hollen the
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid In the
Admirals Ramsay and Benham, the
Our ArtlM?MU • J fclf • Ex
panding Syring B rka
blood, due to neglected
4, Geo E Wilc< x to Clara Grim.
members of the Schley court, who
It I. Il>. M..1 tlonwr .«4
TUX OSt» L. L M'lOl DUtTEOVta.
On. So« gir,
are the serious misfortune nine
rendered the majority" opinion, are kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
1, M C Steward to Ethel Corthei.
receiving hundreds of letters daily,
8, J C Neil to Ida B Sturges.
threatening their lives and severely heart beats, and makes one feel as though
tenths of the women in the
14, E F Olson to Biance Vroman.
censuring them for their verdict. A they had heart trouble, because the heart Is
18, Carl H Will to Jessie Short.
letter received by Admiral Benham over-workl.ig In pumping thick, kidney-
•< c nr tMOd
1« tahlrtt free with every Wyrlne«.
A<re sable to QM E erWve, unnvelwl Our ' (OSHnEKTUl,
world. Women should know of
17, Geo W Bailey to Margaret J Ding states that he will not be permitted poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
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’fon>*r only ' FHKK in plain «nvelope.
It used to be considered that only urinary
to 11 ve as long as McKinley did after
17, William MrnroetoOra Dunlap.
he was shot, but will be killed in troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
18, Henrv DeBoy to Elizabeth Varble. stantly as soon as a good opportunity but now modern science proves that nearly
P ortland .
all constitutional diseases have their begin
25, John Vance to Gertrude King.
ning in kidney trouble.
28, Geo W Woooy to Catherine
The sinking of the Walla Walla
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
ror, and not many miles from the and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
3, A M DeCarlow to ArdeliaOden.
place where the Brother Jonathan Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
F I NJE ST F L AVOR AND
6, J E Hart to Susan Wood.
struck an unknown rock and went toon realized. It stands the highest for its
Its wonderful effectiveness in
«, Robert J Shaw to Virginia C Par down with several hundred souls in wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
the early sixties. That disaster car and is sold on its merits
7, Silas G Clark to Frances Wilcox. ried sorrow to almost every portion by all druggists in fifty-
these diseases has made it thous
10, Joseph S Murphy to Barbetta ci the coast. A boat-load of thirteen cent and one-dollar siz
souls m»de Cresceut City, Calif, es. You may have a
ands of friends.
17, John Dolan, Jr, tolva Caton.
nearly off which port the steamer sample bottle by mail Home or
20, Earl Young to Marcella Carter.
struck and went down.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
$1.00 per bottle at the
26, Herman Norden to Nancy Van-
Orders for Hack», Buggies an<l Hiding lloriw«
The French bark Max, which came out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
promptly attended to.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
Feeding done nt reasonable rates
28, Edward Russell to Ella Winning into collision with the Paci tic Coast 5c Co., Binghamton. N. Y.
care lakeu to prevuul accidents, but will Ire re
Steamship Co.’s passenger steamer
spocelble tor none should they occur.
Walla Walla.off Eureka, Calif., in the
Will refuse to do livery work on credit
early morning of January 3d, causing
2, Harry Lofland to Isa Matney.
the loss of the steamer and many
«assengers, was towed into San
•« Charles Hanscom to Nellie Crane.
'ranclsco harbor Monday morning.
FORTI tkl>______ .
Charles Sullivan to Clara Painter. There are great holes in the bow
10, Henry Tonn to Annie Grissom.
where the Walla Walla struck tier. AND WEALING
PARK AND WASHINGTON STREETS
11, Alex L Watters to Lavina M The captain of the Max says the lights
were properly displayed aboard the
13, Fred Pettigrew to Christina Ewen. bark when the collision took place.
A. P. Armstrong. LL. B., Principal
nub" A practical,
14, R R Guches to Gladys Hillman.
He also states that be saw the Walia
progressive school, con.picuou.
ESTABLISHED IN I8fts
Walla long before the colli«ion. and
for thorough work, with hundred« of graduate*
supposed ttiat the steamer’s officers
In position. an bookkeeper. and atenographera.
T he school continues the careful trainin*
on watch saw the bark and would Easy and pleasant
Already proud of a high standing wherever and thorough Instruction for which II Is favor
1«, Irvin Daley to Eva Conley.
change their course to give both to use. Contain« no
20, Fred Offenbacher to Carr le Camer- ship« plenty of lee room.
la quickly absorbed.
Open all the year. Students admitted anytime.
The Music Department
Gives relief at onae.
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24, W m Hendrickten to Lizzie Tucker,
Private or class instruction. Learn what and
24, Clinton Ccok to Dera Rtxford.
always In charge of competent and e«pe.
how we teach, and what it costa. Catalogue frea
CURES WHERE ALL fLS£ FAIlS
lenced teachers. Hoard and tuition per session
26, OL Bi Hows to Mai) 15 yant.
«ages. Allay* Inflammation. Hoala and pro
i'. ugh Sy-np, Teotes G<xxi. V*e
of twenty weeka,
Studies will be resum
---------------- Board of Directors-------
tecta the membrane
Restore* the Genses t
27, AlbeituR Mount to Peitle Web KJ
In time. Soli bv ‘Inigglwt».
ed September t, 1001.
Taa.e and Smell. Large size IM) cent*, at dru
D. P. THOMPSON, PRRSfDENT
a Isis or by mall; trial size. 10 cents by mat?
Far prospectus, address
_27, Chas Picnlrg to Floience Haryey.
ELY BROTHERS 65 Warren Ht . New York ¡1 D. SOLIS COIIEN . . DAVID M. DUNNB
SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES.
HYMEN'S DOINGS IN JACKSON
Trees, Vines, Plants
COMMERCIAL - ' FAMILY ORCHARDS
i I DEALERS AND NURSERYMEN
Saint Helen’s Hall....
A Boarding and Day School for Girls.
LIVERY, FEED SALE
Blumauer-Frank Drug Co.
C010 'h H EAD
St Mary’s Academy,