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DAY... JANUARY 16, 1902.
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LOCAL NO re»
Don’t fail to register.
B. A. Robb, who spent his boyhood
flays in Jacksonville, is chief dark lu
tf>e nitae wf the »uxveyor-general at
Roas Button of Klamath county is
Ashland's dramatic troupe gave a «aw-mill plant that will be put »ip on I*Porto^I HblltWr
A certitlea'e of naturalization wm
performance at home Friday night, that corporation’s extensive tract of
G*o L Evans, late of Onto.
Jas. Cook of Big Butte was In Jack- the receipt« being8206.35. Next night timber lands at tbe bead of Foots .granted
ERSONAL MEN I ION.
Alfred Schneider and Antone llan-
they played at Hornbrook to a house creek.
■Goble of Medford, the optician,
The 8. O. Oil Co. of Ashland, at its setb were admitted to citizenship.
Don't fail to register. You cannot that paid 8126.
W H Emerson v- R G Smith, E G
■ visitor Tuesday.
meeting, elected IL M. Fuster
Tote unless you do.
_ of _______
F. Smith, ,______
president, P. B. Whitney vice presi Suntan, et al; fojunctlon.
Happiness will go out of your life
■1. Saltmarsh of Applegate was
granted and plaintiff given exclusive forever, my sister, if you have any
■vn a short time ago.
will again conveue Jan. 29th.
the symptoms mentioned in Mre.
valley lately, eu route home from a McCallen treasurer, n. S. Sanford, lammersly mine, situated in Jump- of
■ F. McCown of Applegate was
Valentine’s letter, unless you aet
Arthur Wakefield and D. B. Grant
— visit to bis old home at Salem.
__________ of Applegate
■g our visitors Saturday.
£roniptly. Pr< cu.e Lydia E. Pink-
Tbe improven)er)U wblcb are belnK auditing committee, J. L. Fenton, E.
I. Pelton, the well-known stock- In Jacksonville a few days ago.
E V Church vs Ju iiter Gold Mining
im’s Vegetaba Compound at «oe.
V. Carter, R. M. Foster. P. B. Whit
■ was here a few days ago.
T. M. Reed of Golt Hill was in made on the county hospital are al- ney. A. Wakefield, D. B. Grant, M.
It is abfi sure to help yon. Then
most complete, and It will soon be McGrath directors.
write for ndvice if there i» anything
■juneron, the Uniontown capltal- Jackson viile one day last week.
R V Pratt vs Hor ’ceO Williams, et about your case yuu do not under
Ras in Jacksonville Saturday.
J. C. Turnldge of Climax visited A. ?“et
Institutions of the kind in Oregon.
la. U. C. Beekman returned Frl- M. Sullivan of Jacksonville lately.
grand president of the N. D. O., Is
F Fetsch vs H H and 8 McClung; to
You need not be afraid to tell the
|rom a short visit In Portland.
La grippe is again in the land and
«XS ki (X^Tlb? ”3 making the different cabins in South recover money. (Judgment for 8128, things you could not explain to the
I Waddle, the popular traveling affect, quite a number of persons.
K'^rlen^^ffee*,1'«:«!? ¿gallon ern Oregon an official visit. Wednes etc.
doctor—your letter will be seen only by
day evening she was entertained by
I, was in Jacksonville yesterday.
FOtt vi Anna J Ott; divorce. De women. All the persons who Mee priv
Is. J. II. Beeman of Gold Hill has
ate letters at Mrs. Pinkham’« Labeea-
At N unan ’ s .
A large number of the members from
F M Smith vs Minnie B Smith. tory, at Lynn. Maas., are women. AU
irned from a trip to San Francisco. Cheapest and best In Southern O«e-
Same proceedings a. auove.
G. W. Mackey has re-opened the
letters are confidential and advioe abao
by. W. Bitter is quite ill with la
•k»ra E Diedrichs vs P W Diedrichs: lutely free.
Ezra Arnold of Watkins and Chas. Medford Photo Gallery in Adkins’ attendance, and tbe session was
[pe. Dr. DeBar is attending him.
divorce. Motion for leave to amend
Here ia the letter: — "It ia with
Human of Applegate were In Jackson- building, C street, opposite Jackson
lerlff Orme and Jas. Cronemiller ville recently.
County Bank. Up-to-date work and
Carl Leak, a stepson of A. J. Meek
S-- — I add my taatlmowy to
F N Bank of Qregon vs Eliza G vour list,
irned frotp Salem Sunday morn-
er, accidentally killed himself one day
0. C. Purse), Jas. Rock and Chas. re“,onable prices.
Gray et al; to fireclose mortgage. ing it may in
Hamilton were in Jacksonville yester-
Capt Eil, the veteran lecturer, ?n- last week, while out hunting In Big Decree granted.
dues others to
C. and Miss Sallie Maury of Pooh day.
tertalned a fair-sized audience at U. Butte precinct. He dropped bis gun
A H Carsen vs F M Hayes et al. avail t h e m-
were anion« our visitors Satur-
Chas. Faith and Grant Shell of Jo-
«“¿L ^bur«l«y evening. . Tbe lee-
Mandate of supreme court entered.
selves of the
ture was given for the benefit of tlie hammer struck a rock, causing the
State vs Frank McCann; informa benefit of your
r. and Mrs. 0. F. Shepherd of Ash sephine county were In Jacksohville a public school, but did not net it a firearm to explode. The load struck tion, charging defendant with assault valuable rem-
him io t he back of the neck, ranging
i are guests of Dr. and Mrs. De few days ago.
with a dangerous weapon, Plea of e d y. BMore
upward and killing him instantly. nut
This Is the time to spray trees.
. E. Britt, the well-known civil One spraying now is equal to three of Trail creek have their saw mill in ! age and well thought of.
Mary J Nolan vs Kerwin J Nolan; E. Pinkham’s
(ineer, was lu Jacksonville yester-
divorce. Decree granted.
operation and are manufacturing a
The game announced to take place
John Hackett and L V Stewart, Compound I
Mrs. Dollle Murray of Grant’s Pa»s | considerable quantity of superior ;
at Ashland Saturday, between a local substituted for Frank P Silya, vs felt very bad
I D Cook has returned from Jump- is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Will, lumber.
eleven and the "Southern Oregon Antone Rose. On trial.
ly, was terribly
Loe district, where he Isengaged in Ray of Applegate.
Sheriff Orme and Jas. Cronemiller, Stars,"failed to materialize,as the last
The Jessie Shirley Co. will give per on Friday last, started for Salem with named was only a mythical organiza
tired, had sick
i L. K >wland, the genial agent of
formances In several towns of the Homer Morelock and Sam Peterson, tion. The Jacksonville team dis We offer One Irad red Dollars
I Singer 8. M. Co., was with us valley next month.
who will do time in the penitentiary banded for the season, because there any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by appetite.
gnawing pain in stomach, pain in my
Mrs. Fannie Martin Miller of Glen for eighteen and thirty months re was none that wished togo up against Hall's Catarrb C ire.
Lack and right side, and so weak I
il. The Ashland boys should have
dale was in Ashland recently, visiting spectively.
F. J. CHE; EY A CO., Props., Toledo, O.
could scarcely stand. I was not ablo
challenged it beforehand, as they
her sun, Geo. Roberts.
J. H. Beeman of Gold Hill, who would have readily been accommo We,the undersigned,have known F. J. Cheney to do anything. Had sharp pains all
for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly
Wm. Bailey of Palmer creek Is oper went to San Francisco with his fam dated.
through my body. Before I had taken
honorable In all uuslneas transactions and
ating In Josephine county, with head ily the day after Christmas, is being
To accommodate those who are par tlnanclally able to carry out any obligations half a bottle of your medicine, I found
quarters at Grant's Pass.
myself improving. I continued its use
bay city. So is Mrs. J. C'rit. Tolman tial to the use of atomizers In apply made by their tirm.
ing liquids into the nasal passages for W bst & Tuuax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, until I had taken four hotties, and felt
Springlike weather has been pre of Ashland.
bo well that I did not need to take any
catarrhal troubles the proprietors Ohio.
vailing lately. This is not at all in
Jacob Walch of Butte creek, during prepare Ely’s Liquid Cream Balm. W sldiso . KtkHAH a Maavia, Wholesale more. I am like a new person, and
tbe interest of tbe country.
your medicine shall always have my
a spell of heart disease, fell from his Price, Including tbe spraying tube, is Druggists, Toledo, O.
Sraise.”—M rs . W. P. V alentine , 566
John DeRoboam and his family, wagon a few days ago and died soon 75 cents. Druggists or by mail. Tne
Hail's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, act
erry Avenue, Camden, N.J.
who have been tn California for some- after being discovered. He was an liquid embodies the medical proper ing directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
time past, returned one day last week. Industrious upright man, and leaves ties of the solid preparation. Cream of the system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold
Notes, receipts, drafts, due-bills, a lar,fe 1
Balm is quickly absorbed by the mem all Druggists. Testimonials free.
etc., in book form, can always be ob-
Oregon Chapter No. 4, R. A. M., brane and does not dry up the secre Hall's Family Pills are the beat.
w. M. Holmes of Central Point
he T imes Printing House, gave an entertainment and banquet tions, but changes them to a natural
int a few hours in Jacksonville
To Cure ■ Cold In One Dav.
last night, which was attended by character. Ely Brothers, 59 Warren
Take Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets, All
Mrs. bmltb of Siskiyou county, many of tbe members and their faml- Street, New York.
refund the money if it falls to cure.
rnos. Gilson of Medford was among Calif., who has been visiting her un- lies. We learn that it was a hand-
Hereafter all road taxes must be E. W Grove's signature is on each box ■Ac.
i many friends in iacksonville a few cle, A. F. McCrary, left for home Sun- some social function.
One of the most helpful books on nerve weak
paid in cash, while tbe road supervi
OF ness ever Issued Is that entitled “Nerve
sor will hire men and teams, their Character
and good reputation in each
Waste," by Dr. Sawyer of San Franctioo. now
). E. Rose and C. M. Ruch of Ap-
Geo. A. P
announces In thi and Madruna Lodge, Degree cf Honor, wages being paid from the county (one in this county required) to represent state
and in its fiftieth thousand. This work of an ex
■gate were in Jacksonville during Town Talk r that
i U«..u ji i* joint ■■mva/.o.
«xiii be re-
installation of officers treasury. A county roadmaster will advertise old established wealthy business perienced and reputable physician Is in agree'
house of solid financial standing. Salary I18.QJ
sponsible for nobody’s debts but 1118 Friday night, which
‘ — L was a very be appointed, to have general super weekly with expenses addit'onal. all payable ableeontrast to the vast sum of false teaching
lohn O. Thomas, the clever .
cash each Wednesday dlrecl from head offi which prevails on this interesting subject It
pleasa'ut affair. There was a large
road work and improvement a more ces. References
lurance agent, spent last night In
envelope. Manager, 318 Csxton Build abounds in caretally considered and practical
connected system. The roadmaster stamped
advice, and has the two great merits of wis
will visit all portions of the county
tilss France« Barnes has been visit-
dom and sincerity.
ing Josephine county a professional Of Native Herbs, Oil and Balsam, and confer witn tbe supervisors as to
Our Native Herbs
ig at Ashland, the guest of Mrs. W. Visit-
Il ia indorsed by both the religious and secu
the great blood purifiers and kidney the needs of the roads before making
Is the name of the celebrated original herb
Wm. Broad, who is employed at the an<^
T he an apportionment. The commission compound which naa effected so much good lar press The Chicago Advanee says' **A
Mrs. L. L. Jacobs and L. C. Narre- Oregon Belle mine, in Forest creek T imes office, where they can be ob- ers’ court will appoint the roadmaster among the afflicted. It is a great blood purifier perusal ofthe oook and the application of its
and kidney and liver regulator. Two hundred
an of Medford were at the county- dlstrict, spent Sunday in Jackson- tained at the regular price.
in the near future, probably at tbe days treatment for II. Also Native Oil and principles will put health, hope and heart in
to thousands or lives that are now suffering
Balsam. For sale by
When in Medford ask for Myers, the
M bs . N. D. W ilson , Jacksonville,
R. F. Dean, a prominent citizen of
Who will send almanac on application
The book is s ■ by mall, postpaid.
VIUow Springs, was in Jacksonville a
Samples can be seen at i bb T ibbs efflee.
One of the ■ mast Luteresting chapters—chap
>w days ago.
Doubtless they will awaken in due if equaled. He sells and repairs dia precinct« should be formed intojustlce
ter xx. on N'ervtn*« and Nerve Tonics—has
Mrs. F. R. Nell, who has been vlslt- time.
monds, jewelry, watches and clocks, of the peace and constable districts,
What Do the Children Drink?
been printed separately as a sample chapter,
:ig relatives living in Portland, was
cheaper and better than anyone else. to-wit: Applegate,
Don't give tnem tea or coffee. Have you and will be sent to any address for stau.p, oy
The wife of Rev. S. E. Memlnger of
Sterling shall constitute a district. tried the new food drink called ORAI O ? It the publishers. T he P acific P ub . Co. Box
Sheriff Orme on Tuesday sold the Jacksonville a district. Pooh Bab, la delicious and nourishing and takes the place ■M58.
E. G. Roberts of Mound and Wm. Ashland fell from a high porch one
coffee. The more Gra.n-O you give the
Jameron of Union were among our day last week and sustained severe in quartz mill belonging toO. Humason, West and East Medford one. Roxy and of
the more health you distribute through
by virtue of a judgment obtained by Climax a district. Central Point, children
their system. Grain u is made of pure grains
It Mound and Willow Springs a district. and when properly prepared tastes like the
Jos. F. Hall of Big Butte has pur tne Jackson County Bank.
A. Gilson and J. M. Cantrall of
choice grades of coffee bit costs about M as
iterlingville precinct were in Jack- chased the Schumpf land, sit uated on E. Kearnes, representing A. M. Cow Eagle Point and Lake creek a district. much. All grocers sell it. 15c. and line.
Trail creek and Flounce Rock a dis
Applegate, which was offered at guar
trict. Big Butte a district. Table
W. E. Phipps,the Medford attorney, dian's sale.
Choice Utali recleaned alfalfa seed, Rock, Sara’s valley and Meadows a
I was at the county-seat Saturday, on
Miss Donna Bell of Brownsboro and
Red clover seed.
district. Gold Hill, Rock Point and
j professional business.
Verne Whipp are among the new
Garden and flower seeds,
Foots creek a district. Woodville
Mr. Lindsey, the genial hotel keep students of the Southern Oregon Nor
New onion sets,
and Pleasant creek a district. Phoenix
er of Fort Jones, Uallf., spent a
Jan 15, 1902, by Rev. Mr. Darby, J.
For sale at
and Talent a district. Ashland, Bar
hours in Jacksonville Friday.
nunan ' s , Jacksonville.
ron and Dunn a district.
Wheat Is retailing at 75 cents a
man, both of Jacksonville.
bushel at the warehouses. The visi
• Ed. Murphy of Dunn precinct
A. N. Sol I ss has again shaken the
Many Millions for War.
O’B rien —B yrne —In Ja « ksonvilie,
ble supply is limited to several thous mud of Jacksonville from his feet.
here yesterday, bringing several
Jan. 16, 1902, by Rev. W. Bitter,
ote scalps for the county clerk.
The United State«, although regarded aa one
The community Is to be congratulated
Emmett O'Brien and Miss E-tella
A. Byrum and his family arrived
Lee Minkler of Gold Hill had a se* upon the riddance of this laziest, of the mo«t peaceful nations of the wo rid
from the north Sunday, for a visit vcre hemorrhage of the lungs late dirtiest and most contemptible of all spent many millions for war expenses during
with relatives living on Applegate.
ly and was taken to Grant’s Pass grafters and scrubs, who never had an the past century. People throughout the H ouston —A mick --In Jacksonville,
Jan. 8, 1902, by Judge Chas. Prim,
country are also spending large sums of money
C. E. Hooper of Ashland wa« In for treatment
A. D. Houston and Miss Lillian
in vain search tor a medicine that will abso
town last week. Installing the officers
Wm. Koeppe, watchmaker and jew resident of Ashland and Medford, lutely cure Indigestion, dyspepsia, constlps.
of Jacksonville lodge of < Jdd Fellows. eler, is now located on California
tloa. flatulency and nervousness. There la on W ait —T ressler —At Medford, Jan.
Miss Marie Tongue of Hillsboro, street, opposite tbe postoffice. Satis en route from Portland to San Fran ly one such medicine, and that is Hoetetter's
8, 1902, by Rev. W. B Moore, J.
daughter of Congressman Tongue, is faction aranteed
Frank Wait and Lillian Treasler.
cisco. He is now dabbling in mining Stomach Bitters It is a household remedy,
visiting with her sister, Mrs. A. E.
Supt. Daily gives notice that eighth stocksand running an assay office at backed by thousands of teatlmoclals. If you R iddle —P oole —At Canyon ville, Dec. St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago
have wasted your money on useless remedies
grade examinations of applicants for the Oregon metropolis.
23, 1901. Edward Riddle and Miss
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
Judge Hanna went to Grant’s Pass county diploma« will be held Feb. 5th,
Monroe Sanders, the well-known until you have lost hope of getting well again,
Sunday evening, to hold the January
commercial traveler, was In Jackson
and Tourist Sleepers.
brings health to every sufferer. For sale by
term of circuit court for Josephine
Dining sou Buffet smoking Library Cara
Harry Gendar, a former resident of ville one day last week, representing all Druggists. Apply toany one of .hem for a
Jackson county, was in the valley a the pioneer firm of E. Martin & Co. copy of Hostetter's Almanaofor 19 j S.
daily ' trains , fast time ; service
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ankeny left for few davs ago, en route to Ferguson. of San Francisco. He has been con
AND SCENERY UN EQUALED.
L inn —At Eugene, Jan. 14, 1902, to
ducting a retail establishment at
Eugene early this morning. The lat B. C., from Mexico.
For Rates, Folders and Full Information
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Linu,a daugh
Fresno, Calif., during late vears
ter has been spending the holidays at
regarding Eastern Trip call on or address
P. H. Daily, county school superin
The Boss is better prepared than
ever to fill orders for articles appro
The divorce case of Cole vs. Cole, tendent of Jackson county, will hold S cott —At Glendale, Dec. 30, 1901, to J. W. PHALON. I. F. A. H. DICKSON, C. T. A.
Ml«» Kate Reed, the popular cashier priate to this season. P
' candles, which has been attracting conslder- the regular examlnatiou of applicants
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Scott, a son.
122 Third Street, Portland.
of F. K. Deuel
Company of Med nuts and fruit a specialty.
able attention, was argued In the clr- for state and couuty papers at Jack
A. B. C. DENNISTON, G. W P. A..
ford. visited In Jacksonville yester
—At Medford, Jan.7,1902,
". . .. .
cult court i*si
last r Friday
S battle , "’ASX.
Mrs. Geo. C. Stanley of Ashland, a C. B. Watson represented the plaintiff,
to Mr. and Mrs. S. Dunniway, a «1'2 First Avenue,
and Hon w M
A. L. Foster, who ia Inspecting the few days since, fell down the steps of j v
Commencing Wednesday, Feb. 12th,
timber resources of Southern Oregon, the rooming house In the Neil block Judge Prim appeared for thedefend-
at nine o’clock a . m ., and continuing C aster —In Roxy P'ectnct. Jan. 1,
has been spending several day« in and Injured her spine severely.
1902, to Mr. and Mrs. O. Caster, a
until Siturday, Feb. 15th, at four
The Queen of Hayti Co., which
J. L. Fenton and D. B. Provost are o'clock r. m .
Miss Cora Cameron and Will. John played In Jacksonville sometime ago, now proprietors of the Ashland Iron
Wednesday—Penmanship, history, M ansfield —At Grant’s Pass, Dec.
son, who spent the holiday vacation appeared In several towns In the val- Works, the latter having purchased spelling, algebra, reading, school law.
30. 1901, to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
at home, have resumed their studies ley again during the past week.
A. Costal’s Interest. This establlsh-
Mansfield, a daughter.
at the U. of O.
ory of teaching, grammar, book-keep
Simon McKee, an old resident of
T. J. Kenney and his wife returned this section, who ha« spent the past,
ing, physic«, civil government.
from San Francisco Tuesday evening. several years In prospecting along the makes a specialty of mining ma
The health of the latter is consider coast, is in Jackson county again.
tal arithmetic, composition, physical
It is announced that Senators geography.
H arkness —At Grant’s Pass, Jan. <1.
John Bryant, a veteran of the civil
PARK AND WASHINGTON STREETS
Saturday—Botany, plane geometry,
1902, Mrs. Susan Harkness; aged 70
Mrs. M. L. Gillette of Ashland is at war, who has been an attache of the Mitchell and Simon have compro
her Depot Hotel at Ashland for a long mised on Jas. J. Donegan,and that his general history, English literature,
appointment as receiver of the Burns physiology.
S tortz -Near Grant’s Pass, Jan.
daughter, Mrs. Geo. >. McConnell, time, died on tbe 8tb, aged 64 years.
A. P. Armstrong, LL. B., Principal
land office, vice Geo. Hayes, removed,
1902, Mrs. Mary M. Stortz; aged
who is quite ill.
FOR COUNTY PAPERS.
A practical, progressive school, conspicuous
will soon follow. Jim was from Jack
k Miss Mina Tneilacker
for thorough work, with hundreds of graduates
Vrough Grant’s Pass recently, en
at nine o’clock A. M. and continuing
bls good luck.
in positions as bookkeepers and stenographer*.
John Bryant; awed 64 years.
route to her old home at Crescent city
until Friday, Feb. 14th, at four
Already proud of a high standing wherevef
Ashland’s Company of the O. N. G. o'clock p. M.. first, second and third
known, it steadily grows better and better.
Fred Herrin of Ashland and his
Open all the year. Student* admitted any time.
, In Jacksonville, Monday evening, ow
wife have been visiting in Jackson vention, held at U. 8. Hall _______
Private or claw instruction. Learn what and
ville, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. evening, la unavoidably crowded out. ing to the sickness of one of the la orthography, reading.
Tne affair was a great success in every dles tn the cast. A big audience
how we teach, aud what it costs. Catalogue fre*k
Distress by day and night—
would nave beeu in attendance, as ory of teaching, grammar, school law.
Board of Directors----------- —•
J. B. Scott, who Is operating In the wav.
many seats bad been sold when the
Friday—Geography, mental arith
mines near Fort Jones, Calif., arrived
D. P. THOMPitON, PRESIDENT
The venerable mother of Dr. Chas. news of cancellation was received.
are so unfortunate as to be afflicted
In Jacksonville, en route to Humbug, Hines and the late Geo. Hines,a high
with Eczema or Salt Rheum—and out U SOLIS COHEN - - DAVID M. DUNNE
In spite of the sentiment expressed
where he Is also developing a quartz ly respected lady, died in Washington
Wednesday—Penmanship, orthog ward applications do not cure.
county not long since, at a ripe old
high license the council of that city, raphy, reading, arithmetic.
J. B. Agner,th* well-known operator age.
by a vote of four to two, decided to
The source of the trouble ia in the
Thursday—Art of quest Inning,theo
in mines, has returned to Gold Hill.
Sam Peterson, who was taken to the
blood—make that pure and thia scal
He has been spending the holi penitentiary last week by Sheriff allow no saloons to be opened during ry of teaching, method«, physiulogy.
1902. Liquor must therefore be ob
ing, burning, itching skin disease will
days with his famflv.
Orme, Is an old offender, having late tained there on the "low down," as
la all Ita «tr«M tbara
Miss Myrtle Sutton, wno «pent her ly been discharged from that institu has been the custom during the past
**I was taken with an itching on my •hould be cleaulute-«.
Warren Lodge No. 10. A. F. & A. arms which proved very disagreeable. I
holiday vacation at Salem, 1» again tion.
It was salt rheum and bought a Ely’s Cream
officiating ns stenographer in District
The real property belonging to the
While in California week before last M., will hold a special meeting Satur concluded
r leanMa, «ootbe« and be ila
Attorney Reames’ office.
estate of Henry Blecher, deceased, we saw John A. Harvey, son of Mr.
after I began taking It I felt better and it tba diteaeed tncinbraae.
Hon. W. A. Carter and J. Ham- was sold at administrator’s sale last and Mrs. J. E. Harvey of Gold Hill, will be work in the E. A. degree. was not long before I was cured." Have It cures catarrh and driven
mersly, accompanied by their wives, Saturday, and was bld in by Johanna who was formerly a successful school
never had any skin disease since.” Mas. away a cold In the bead
of Gold RIH. were among thoae who Blecher for 86,000.
teacher of Jackson county. He was Wednesday evening, J»n. 221. Taere I I da K. W ard , Cove Point, Md.
attended Oregon Chapter s entertain
Cream Ralm la placed Into 11M noatrila, epreada
Mayor Grant of Ashland has made recently admitted to the bar of the
Oregon Chapter No. 4. R. A. M.,
over the membrane and la absorbed. Belief I* ita-
the following appointments: Marsh golden st.ate.and will practice his pro will hold a stated convocation Tuesday
mediaie and a cure follows. It la not dry'ng—does
District Attorney Reames left for al, Geo. W. Smith; water commission fession in San Francisco. T he T imes
evening, Jan. 21st, when important
not prodace sneezing. Large Size. -J ceata at Dr .g-
Grant's Pass Sunday evening,
er, Wm. Patterson; street superin predicts for him a successful profes business will be transacted.
rid the blood of all impurities and cure qtrn or by mail; Trial Size, 10 com » by Mail.
circuit court is In swion. He was tendent, Ad. Graham.
M ax M uller , Sec
ELY BltOTUEBS, » Warren Uvet, Neve Tort
accompanied by his stenographer. M Ise
Myrtle Sutton, who has since return
H. Kling, superintendent of the
Seattle Co-operatlye Mining Co.«
mines In Watkins district, left for
Skykomish, Wash., Saturday, to look
after some mining inverests be has
M T. Andrews of Vallejo, < alif , 1«
the guest of his father and mother,
Mr and Mrs. J A. Mushett of Ap-
nregate. He was recently discharged
from the U. 8. naval service, In which
be »erved creditably four years.
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