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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1902)
FOR THE CHILDREN
Ths Game at fa»'™«»
in th« email rvwrt nt the slate ot
Boys and girls cf »very age will flud
N H. Latimer,
the game of postman immensely enter
taining. The only thing to prepare for
B’&ck Gold Channel Mln.ng Oo.,
it is a list of cities and towns equal to
under the laws ot thè State ot
number of players. One of the
Scrofula is but a modified form of Blood players Is selected as the postman.
To the Black Gold Channel Mining Co., a cor Poison and Consumption. The parent Having removed as much of the furni
poration, organized under the laws of the who is tainted by cither will see in the
ture from the room ns possible, ar
child the same disease
State of Washington, Defendant.
range chairs around tbe walls and
TN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ORE manifesting itself in
the form of swollen
have the players occupy them. There
You are hereby required to appear aud an glands of the neck and
must be no empty chair. This Is es
swer the complaint of the plaintiff, now on tile throat, catarrh, weak
against yoo in the above entitled court aud eyes, offensive sores
The postmaster gives to each player
cause, on or before the last day of the time , and abscesses and of
the name of a city or a town and then
prescribed In the order for tbe publication of tentimes white swell
this summons, which said last day will be ing-sure signs ol
blindfolds tbe postman and places him
Thursday, January 1ft. 1902; and you will Scrofula. There may \//
In the center of the room. The post
please take notice that if you fall to so be no external signs for
master himself stands where he can
appear and answer said complaint within a long time, for the disease develops slowly
overlook the players.
said time, the plaintiff will apply to the in some cases, but the poison is in th«
Everything being ready, the postmas
above entitled court for tbe relief demanded In blood and will break out at the first favor
able opportunity. S>. S. S. cures this wast ter begins the game by saying, for ex
said complaint, to-wit:
That xbe plaintiff have judgment against ing, destructive disease by first purifying ample, “I have sent a letter from New
you, tbe said defendant, for tbe full sum of and building up the blood and stimulating York to Boston.” The moment he has
Gcttliitf Around It.
125.500.00, with interest thereon at ten per and invigorating the ^hole system.
siKiken. the players representing New
Local—I uut writing a short notice
J. M.SeaU,t>5 Public Square. Nashville. Tenn.,
cent, per annum from November 19, 19H, until
say. : “Ten year, ago tny daughter fell and cut
al,out the appointment of our towns
paid, together with the further sum of 11000 at- her
forehead. Prom this wound the gland, ou and move quickly to change places. It
man I.nk tv It to the position of town
tornej’s fees, with interest thereon at six per the side of her f.ce became swollen and bursted
Is the object of the blindfolded post auditor. I really can't say that he has
cent, per annum from the date of said judg ime of the best doctors here and elsewhere
attended her without any benefit. We decided
ment until paid, together with the costs and to trv S. S. S.. aud a few bottles cured her en man to catch one of them ns they run any fitness for the place, and yet on
or to take possession of one of their
disbursements of tbls suit to be taxed, with tirely.”
personal grounds I prefer to associate
merest thereon at six per cent, per annum
makes new and pure chairs. If he succeeds In doing either, his mijnewith the api»oititment In some
fiom date of judgment until pa d; to at plaintiff
blood to nourish and the player he has caught or whose complimentary way.
have a decree foreclosing that certain mort
^^k strengthen the body, chair he has taken has to become [>ost-
Editor In Chief—Why can’t you speuk
is a positive and man.
gage executed by said defendant. November
20. iqM. and recorded November 2ft, 1H94, in
safe cure for Scrofula
The postmaster to not changed un of him as a man of rare good Judg
Vol. 11 of the Mortgage Records for Jackson It overcomes all forms of blood poisuu, it
he becomes tired. If you get a ment? I ant sure there Is no one of our
County, Oregon, at pages 15ft-lft0 thereof inclu whether inherited or acquired, and no
otic, keep him. for much depends acquaintance in whom good Judgment
sive, and foreclosing that certain other mort
remedy so thoroughly and effectively
is so rare.—Richmond Dtoputch.
rendtaess with which he calls
gage made by you on the Sth day of October, cleanses the blood.
If you have any
1901, welch sa:d mortgage was on the 10th day blood trouble, or your chilii has inherited
It Got There Just the Same.
This Is the jolliest kind of game, and
of October, *901. recorded in Vol. 1ft of said some blood taint, take S. S. S. and get
Mattel—Such a Joke on Mr. Gayboy!
Mortgage Records at page 543 thereof: that the blood in good condition and prwenl there Is Just enough romping In It to We were out on tlie balcony between
upon the foreclosure of each of said mortgages the disease doing further damage.
do boys and girls a lot of good.
tbe dances, and be got the sleeve ot his
paint Iff have a decree directing the sale upon
Send for our free book and write out
dress cent all over red paint from one
fo ec’osure of a’l of the following described physicians about your case. We make nc
Fn tally Suudered.
of the posts that were just painted.
real and personal property situate! in the charge whatever for medical advice.
Edgar—(n Chicago. Eustavla. the
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. GA.
Maud And dUI you go near the post?
County ct Jackson and State of Oregon,
housewives k< > their cooks by treat
In; them as equals.
The northwest 1 4 of southwest 1-4, and south
Maud- Because you have red paint
Eustaeia-I-Oh. it’s ton tote, Edgar- all over the buck of your waist.—Har
east 1 4 of southwest 1-4 of section 1 ,and north
CITATION TO HEIRS.
too late! Cook wouldn't recognize me lem Life.
east 1-4 of northwest 1-4; northeast 14 and east
as her equal if I gave her a "tea" ev
1-2 of the southeast 14 of section 12, and north
In the County Court tor the County ot Jackson.
east 1-4 of northeast 1-4 of section 13, all in
Of Benefit to You.
ery afternoon In the week.— Detroit
State ot Oregon.
township 37 south, range 4 w; and the north 1-2
Fulford, Md.: “Dor-
of the northwest 1-4; the southwest 1-4 of north
Inc a long illness I was troubled with
Don’t Live Together.
west 1-4; the northwest 1-4 of southwest -4 and
hod sores, was advised to try DeWitt's
To Sarah E Minear, widow ot said deceased,
the south 1-2 of southwest 1-4 of section 7; the
W C Minear, Clifton D Minear. Eva M Mi I Constipation and health never go Witch H»zel Salve, and dl3 so with
north 1-2 of northwest 1-4. and northwest 1-4 of
near. Maggie E Minear, Flora Minear. Glen together. DeWitt’s Little Early Ris wonderful results. I was petfectlv
northeast 1-4 of section 18, all in township 37
Lt Is the best salve on tbe
nie Minear. Harley Minear, the children ot ers promote easy action of the bowels cured.
south, of range 3 west.
Sure cure for piles, sore«,
Also placer mining cla’m No. 1, being the NH
and to all others whom this may concern:
of ihe SE\% of the NWif of Sec. 12,Twp.37.S. ,R.
and Dr. J.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ORE -aysJ.
O. Green, ii«.<>i
Depauw, Ind. 1 n
. k, Central
Placer mining claim No. 2. said claim being GON, and by order of the above-eutt'led court, Early Risers give best results.” City
made upon tbe 12th day ot -lecember, 1901. you
1&M) feet in length and 600 feet in width, and is
Drug St re. Jacksonville, and Dr. J.
located in Sec. 7. Twp 37. S,R.3\V..as de and each ot you are hereby cited and required Hinkle, Central Point.
The following is i. Chinese Joke:
to appear tn the County Court ot Jackson
scribed in recorded notice of location there- (
In a certain house there wns a tgiby
County, State of Oregon, at the court room
Sensible Sieri ea In » nulle,
in the townot Jacksonville, in the said
that annoyed every oue by Its contin
Placer mining claim No 3. described as com- thereof,
county and state, on tbe 20th day ot January
ual squalling. At last a physician was
mencing at a point In the center ot Brush
A D 1902. at the hour of 10 o'clock A M ot said sleeves of Ove years ago and those of called in. He administered a bolus of
Gulch. 1531 feet easterly from a point where (
day, then and there to show cause it any the-e today can scarcely lie Imagined. Then the soothing virtues of which he had a
said Brush Gulch intersects E. line of SW^ of j
be why an order ot the court should not be i women wore regular arm balloons high opinion and offered to puss the
NW 1 4 of Sec. 7,Twp. 37.S. K. 3 W;thence from
said commencement point S. 550 feet; thence , made by the above-entitled court tor the sale | which If properly manipulated ought night in the house to observe the ef
at private sale by E DeRoboam, administra- to have settled the flying machine
easterly and parallel with center line of said
tor ot the following property, to pay the ex problem once and for all, but Anally fects of bls remedy. After a few hours,
Brush Gulch 1500 feet: thence N 000 feet;
hearing no noise, be exclaimed: "Good!
penses ot adm'nistration and tbe claims tiled
thence westerly and parallel witir cen^r line
they resolved then selves Into more The child Is cured!” "Yes," replied tbe
and allowed against said estate:
of said Brush Gulch 1500 feet; tbense S, 5) feet
attendant, “the child has Indeed stop-
Beginning at a rock set tor a corner being
to point ot beginning.
25 73 chains E from the section corner between |>retty nearly guess at the contour of ped crying, but tbe mother bus begun
Placer mining claim No. 4. described as be sections 32. 23, 4 and 5, townships 37 and 38 S. the arm. The new sleeves, however, to mourn.”
ginning In center of channel ot left-hand fork range 2 W, and running thence north 37o E are anything except tight and plain
of Foots creek with the Intersection of N. line 17.93 chains to the center ot the county road from shoulder to wrist At the elbow
A CBrap Toothbruau.
of NW1-4 of SEl-4of Sec. 12,Twp 37,S. R 3W.; running from Jacksonville to Phtealx.lo a rock
or somewhere below It they begin to
thence E. 300 feet; thence southerly parallel for corner from whteh a white oak tree 12
One of the most curious plants In the
with center of said creek 1500 feet: thence west inches In diameter bears N 80o E 94 links;
world Is tbe toothbrush plant, a «¡>e-
600 feet; thence northerly and parallel with thence S 6l'4o E 4.62 chains to a rock set in the turned back at the elbow and the cles of creeper which grows In Jamai
sa’d creek 1500 feet; thence 300 feet to point of road; thence S 89‘-io E 12 chains to a rock set
ca. By cutting a piece of the stem and
in the road; thence S 76o 50' E 4.44 chains to a And the portion between wrist ami el fraying the ends the natives make a
Placer mining claim No. 5. described as be sandstone set tor a corner in the road from bow may be of n material quite dis
ginning in center of channel of Foots creek which a white oak 12 Inches in diameter bears tinct from the upper part, as lace or
where it crosses tbe S. line of the NE1-4 of the N 85o W 43 links, and a laurel 5 inches Io diam chiffon or embroidered satin. Or the
NW1-4 of Sec. 18, Twp 37, S. R. 3 W ; thence eter bears N 44o E 28 links: thence N 71140 W cuff may turn back widely anywhere
Nature Is tbe good fairy, human na
E. 400 leet;thence southerly parallel with chan 28 80 chains to a rock set tor a corner from between tbe elbow and wrist
ture tbe bad. Nature made Nile world
nel of left-hand fork of said creek 1500 feet; which a white oak 8 inches in diameter bears
theuce W. 600 feet; tnence northerly parallel N 37o E 98 links;thence N 37o E 97-100 chains to
for all; human nature has made It for
A Smart Iltnek Gown.
with center of said channel 500 feet;thence E. tbe place of beginning, containing 47 ‘j acres.
A notion that l»enrs the Impress of
200 feet to place cf beginning
Said tract ot land being" part or the H Bel
Placer mining cla'm No. 6. located and re linger D LC No. 44 and 95, In the township and elegant motif Is a soft black gown of
corded in tbe name of the Black Gold Channel range aforesaid, and situated in Jackson cashmere l'inde. eollenne crape or mus
Ethel—Tes. I am a great admirer
M'n'ng Co., and known a. Claim No. 6.
Placer mining claim No. 7 as located by John
This citation is published once a week in tbe colored lace, the lace curried In long
Tom (eagerly)—Cun you dress
T. Dooe-an, and recorded in Vol 7, at page D emocratic T imes tor tour successive weeks lines from throat to feet and down the
332. oftiie mining records of Jackson County, by order or Chas . Prim, Judge ot tbe County back of sleeves, slightly puffed at the «300 per year?—Chicago News.
Court for Jackson County. Oregon, made sad wrist. Behind the lace is placed a lin
Placer Mining claim No. 8, known as the en’ered the 12th day nt ' ecember. A D I9nl
ing ot white taffeta. The best beloved
GUS NEWBURY. Clerk.
All some men do ou Saturday Is
“For ’ rlacer claim,aud situated in tbe NW1-4
N eil & N eil . Attorneys to- Admtnlstra.ov luce in this deep tint is composed of a get shaved.—Atchison Globe.
of Sec. 12, Twp 37, S. R. 4 W.
Placer mining claim No. 9. known as the Pop.
ullst c'a'.m. as the same was located by H H.
Clark and recorded in Vol 9, at page 137 of the
minlog reco-ds for Jackson County, Oregon.
Together with all tne water tights, ditches
DEI ARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U mitkd S tates L amp rricE,
and flumes, easements, rights of way, tene
R oseburg , O regow . DecemLer iw. ii<il.
ments, hereditaments and appurtenances upon
A sufficleLt contest affidavit bavin, oe^n
or belonging to any of said property; also those filed ln this < ffi e by Addle A, Vauderk’ir’’,
ce. ta n water ditches and water rights which contestant. against’he homestead ent»y No
fcftlu. made November ‘ ), 18X1. for tbe nl/t
take the waters of said Foots creek to, upon or and el/4 nw*.(. section i 1. townstip 3R south
near any of said property, and nhlch are r>»nge 1 ’»est. bv Lee R. vViilis, eon-estee,' in
known as the ‘Hawkins” ditch and right, the I whi^h it is ahegrd tha* the putijmian ha«
wholly abandoned the traces embraced in this
Magruder ditch and right and the "Middle” or entry for a period exceeding one jear last past,
" Dutch” ditch and right
and that such aoandonme it was not caused by
reason of ¡its employment 4n th»* ifnuv. navy,
Together with all rea< ana persona! property, or marine corps of the United States in a
including mining machinery,tools. Implements, private soldier, officer, seaman, or marine,
pipe, giants or other property which is a part during the war with Spain, or during anv other
war iu whkn tie United states may be en
of or has been used as a part of the mining gaged. Said parties are be eby notified to an
property or plant of the said Black Gold Chan pear, respond and offer evtdei.ee touching sa.d
nel Mining Company, ln Jackson County, Ore a legation at lOo’c’ock a . m . on February 4.
19'2. before Gus Newbury, Co uty Clerk, at
gon; that sa'd decree proride that out of the Jacksonville Oregon, ard that final hearing
proceeds arising from said sale there be paid will be held at 10o'clock a . M . on February 15,
the plaintiff first, the costs and disbursements 19u2, before the Register and Receiver at the
United States Land Office in Roseburr. Ore
ofthls suit to be taxed, with Interest thereon gon.
The said contestant having, In a pioper
a; 6 per cent, per annum from dateof judgment; affidavit, filed Decemt *r 14 1901, set orih f-»cts
Becond, that the balance of said proceeds, as which show’ that after due diligence personal
of this notice can not be made, it is
far as necessary or applicable, be applied to service
hereby ordered and directed that such no ¡ce
tbe payment of the balance ot said judgment, be given by due and proper publication
.T T BRIDGES. Register,
with Interest thereon as aforesaed; that the
J. H. B ooth , Receiver.
balance rf the proceeds arising from said sale,
If any, be paid to the clerk of this court, sub
ject to the order of the deftndant: that plain
t'll have a decree that upon said sale and the
delivery of the certificate of sale to the pur I DEPARTMENT OF TBE INTERIOR,
chaser of said property,the then sheriff for Jack- . I
U nited tatk -. L and O fficr .
K osebuhg . urbgon , December lu, 1901.
son county, Oregon, put said purchaser into the | I
. 1 A sufficient rontefct affidavit having been filed
immediate possession of all of said property;
: in this office by Aaron C Mam.Ing.contestant,
that upon confirmation ot said sale, if such be ; ' against the homestead entry No Wti. made
bad. this court direct that at tbe expiration ot , 1 ' Januarv ft. 1WT. for the sl-z nel-4. sec ft. two
rge. 1 w, by John F Toison contestée, tn
the time for redemption therefrom.If no redemp- I 1 35e,
which it is alleged that the said entryman.
tIon be then bad according to law, that the . Tolson, has r ot r»*s d'-d upon the land Included
then sherB make, execute and deliver to said I | ' In his entry for a period of three years, but has
the same, and that this alleged
purchaser. orA^hls successor In interest, a » abandoned
abandonment was not due to his emplovm*’Dt
good and sufficient deed to all of said property; ; io the army, naw or marine corps of the United
that plaintiff have such other and further relief , States as a private soldier, officer, seaman or
the war with Spain, or during
as shall be just aud equltaLle in the premi«- marine,during
any other war in which the .United States may
; ta engaged said parties are hereby notified
to appear, respond and offer evidence touching
This summons is published tn T he Dito- ' said
allegation at H) o’clock a . M on February
cmatk " T imes cnee a week for six consecutive i M. HKrJ, bet ore Gus 1 ewbury. county e’erk, at
final 1 lleBr
“i0*’ * that
L weeks, tbe first publlsatlon .. thereof
held at 1'1 o clock
.L.".. A M. on :O.
------ ; 15
5, 19U|. and the last publication thereof being HXni,
—- ------ and Receiver
January 16, 1902, by order at the Hon. H. K. United States Land Office in Roiteburg Oregon.
Hanna, one of the judges of the above entitled , vit. filed November *jo. i«;>i. sat forth affida-
court; which order was mad« In chambers at which show that a't«r due diligence personal
serv'ce of this notice can not be made, It Is
Jacksonville, Jackson County. Oregon. Dee.
hereby ordered ind d
at such notice
I be given by due and proper p bllcstion.
A. E REAMES.
J T. BRirGg.s. K
Attorney for Plaintiff
—__ ____ ___ —---- ------ ------—
Bridget, tbe pretty young maid of all
work employed In a Boston fuiully.
cnnrtdesl to her inlstroas when th kin J
service that ahe had lately become en
gaged to be married. She atnted, how
ever, that she and Tim would have to
wait two years, and In the meantime
ahe wiahed to be earning money.
When Tltn made his tli'Bt cull one
evening, the family remarked that they
had never known so quiet a mail. Tho
Bound of Bridget’s voice rose now" and
then from the kitchen, but Tim’s words
were apparently few and far between.
•'Tim Is uot much of u talker. Is he,
Bridget?” said tlie mistress of tho
house the next morning. "I should
scarcely have known there was any
one with you last evening."
‘■He’ll talk more when we’ve been en
gaged a while longer. I’m thinking,
ma'am.” said little Bridget. “He's too
bashful yet to do anything but eat.
ma'am, when he’s wld me!”—Youth's
The Kind You Haw Always Bough!
sort of drawn thread embroidery.
There Is a perfect rage for this on the
continent, where entire gowns are ere
ated of ft mounted over white taffeta
slips. What supreme heights of dalntl
ness cannot the needle attain nowa
days! Truly it Is a craft of most cun
ning capabilities, one that enables us
to Individualize, specialize and gener
A Cure for Lumbago.
W. C. Williamson of Amherst, Va.,
says: “For more than a year 1 suffered
from lumbago. I tinallv tried Cham
berlain’s Pain Balm and it gave me
entire relief, which all other reme
dies had failed to do.” Sold by City
Cancer and X Ha/I.
For Infants and Children.
ÀSéectable Prcpacationfor As -
similaling the Food andRegula
hug the Stimaci« and Bowels of
1NIAN lS/( Hll.DKI.N
ness and Rest Contains neither
Opium.Morphine nor MineraL
N ot N ahcotic .
Aperteci Remedy for Constipa
lion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP-
Facsimile Signature of
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comprehensive, and labor stv;nj tc thr b-sy man or woman Its
timely contributions or. irr.pcrtsr.t tc
a*e by the bcs'-infcrmed
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These letters wi'.l enable a’l t
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«5 its value to them
CÀfer of the
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umns views have ‘j
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”1 ccn»:3er :
addition to tr.y II i
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oilers a Thorough
HIGH GRADE COLLEGE EDUCATION
To every boy and girl that haw
the »mbltlOL to attain one
Thv.-e arc three oouiaea ot rotular col lote grade, all of which are complete
Languages, Sciences, Mathematics,
History, English and Electives I
Recently It was suggested tliat the
X ray» or the FI l - hcu l!gbt cure might
te found efft ctlve as a remedy for can-
•er. The expeilineut has lately tieen
unde. Andr.-w Clark records a caso |
Tbe NORMAL COURSE, approved by a committee appointed by the State Hoard ot Education,
leads up to a STATE DIPLOMA.
it chronic caucer of tbe breaht which
-vus «o treated. The patient was a wo-
and cereals grown
nau »ixtj years in age. and the mis- . fruits
A Perfect Food Drink
THE BUSINESS COLLEGE DEPARTMENT
•Lief i..iu leea ekleltuiuu ior 3 j(<ug | lil
terlud "until the wbuie breast wan re-
aui-etj by .. ia,ge nicer.
Abe patient, I
taotn. ueel.oetl vjierative treatment. I
-VUb HtlojvL'LeU H» »1’1 upidieatitiu oi the
K lii.v» i*vv ii«i vn h week tor fifteen
day. >m<i ni the end of
v»u u . d I h I im lue j-Ptieral condition had
l.iprox eil. . i«it* |»UID bfid lessened, and
lie i.ittr bud «IPHiied and become
rnnlier.—Ixmdon itd* ■n»ph.
la equal to anythlninln tho Btate. New Illustrated catalogue.
Possesses a delicate flavor
not found in
any other Cereal Coffee,
All grocers sell it
En ti • rcnciiiiiH'i >« said to lie nr to
iui" • »•»•n h (o’trnalist. and a r«c«nf
im . hiih ■>< i
i i.-i'i II pri as would Heetli
o tw iir our t iiia Paris can t>oa«t just
ion ,>r lo.aiiv
Journal«, of which
g w.-rp vi>irii*<i m 11**>. Ti»e dalli''«
Hltiiiirr Ilo Hie >vt-<.klien ini and tile
iiooiiiiies ! . l >. hi tlie prov’iires there
re I1.MH. or GW fcAev limn at the i*en-
4IIS ol t.ie iireeniiiig year. The pstrl-
trrli of nil is tue l.azi-tte de Fl mice,
winch was loiimletl In UBI. As regards
the nr;.i’, r of Taris dullies. it suonili
lx* nu I.timed ib.it soiue of the 140 ex
ist only In title, tor in several Instances
the same matter Is utilized under dif
In all It» stagea there
ahoald be cleanbtie-a.
For paeticulara write
WALLACE HOWE LEE. Preaident, Albany .Oregon
DON’T STOP WORK!
EXPENSES LOW. BOARD AND TUITION, $90 a YEAR
For a Sprained Arm, Ankle or back
cleanse», soothe» and heal«
the diaca-ted membrane.
It cures catarrh and drive«
away a cold tn the head
Crmun Balm la placed into the noetrlle, epreada
over the membrane and te abeorbed. Relief is Im
mediate and a cure follows. It le not drying—dor«
not produce sneezing. Large Size, .»0 cent« at Drug
gist* or by mail; Trial Size, 10 ceutr by mall.
BBOTinnW,^ Warren |IM* New York.
Buy a Bottle of
Rub In well and
Y OU ARE GOOD AS NEW
IT HAS CURED OTHERS, IT WILL CURE YOU.
«<klnd»“Mr t»Piu^ R K
^JreTero,,11,0™*0,,on‘‘mmw,lon ln m,B or ”
For .«1L at Cltr nJt «.„SU.rrON" ""A? PrePri’tor »nd manufaoturor. Ashland. Oreffon.
r or sa.j st uty Druj Store. Jaossonvllle, sod by Dr J. Hinkle Central Point.