Sts* K m . w Fret» Kxperience. Silas <1. Day JACKSONVILLE. Scrofula OR. THE OFFSPRING OF HEREDITARY BLOOD TAINT. NOTARY PUBLIC and REAL ESTATE AG’T Scrofula is but a modified form of Blood Poison and Consumption. The parent who is tainted by either will see in the child the same disease manifesting itself in the form of swollen glands of the neck and throat, catarrh, weak i eyes, offensive sores and abscesses and of tentimes white swell-' ing —sure signs of —. Scrofula. There may be no external signs for f p4-' a longtime, for the disease devel in some cases, but the poison blood and will break out at the first favor able opportunity. S. S. S. cures this wast ing, destructive disease by first purifying and building up the blood and stimulating and invigorating the whole system. Abstracts made io Titles of Lands. LEGAL DOCUMENTS. sit kind drawn up especially pertaining to the settlement of estates Accounts Csllected, Prompt Remittance. MONEY LOANED. In’ stnicnt securities a specialty. Jackson County Scrip bought and sold. hi ve a complete set otmaps of all lands tu this couuty. and reoetve Abstract, monthly from Roseburg LandI Office, Je Lar d Department of the O. 4 C. R. R. and the Slate Lana Department at Salem of all new entrtea made 1 am hus prepared to make out ¿t?1“«- stead papers and can save to part.es the ex- pense of » trip to the Roseburg land omce I have a Number of FlneFarma end other Desirable Propertv In my hende for Sale. ewProm t reply made to all letters. Charg es in accordance with’he times Refers, by permission, Hon. H. n. nanna judge of the 1st Judclal District, and to any business house tn Jacksonville. SILA> J. DAY. ViA and is a positive and safe cure tor Scrofula. It overcomes all forms of blood poison, whether inherited or acquired, and no remedy so thoroughly and effectively cleanses the blood. If you have any blood trouble, or your child has inherited some blood taint’ take S. S. S. and get the blood in good condition and pr«venl the disease doing further damage. Send for our free book and write out physicians about your case. We make nc charge whatever for medical advice. the Rio Grande Western Railway AND Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Only transcontinental line Passing directly through THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. GA. SALT LAKE CITY, LEADVILLE. o PUEBLO, COLORADO SPRINGS, and DENVER. Three Splendidly equipped trains dai-fo ly To all Points East. 0 Through Sleeping and Dlnirg Cats at ' ? Free Reclining Cha irs X The most magnificent scenery In O America by Daylight. Q Stopovers allowed on all classes ot 2 0 For cheapest rates and descriptive’.? literature address £ J. D MANSFIELD, General Agent, 24 Third Street. Portland, Oregon. 5 o x Q OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOO (XXXXX> Best of Everything In a word this tells ot the passenger ser vice via The North-Western Line. Eight trains run «'ally between Chicago and St ¿Paul. comprising the latest Pullman Sleepers, Peerless Dining Cars, Library and Ibservatlon Cars. Free Reclinlrg Chair Cars. THE 20TH CENTURY ^RAIN runs every day of the year. Finest Triin in the World The Electric Lighted, Steam Heated. The Badger State Express, the finest daily train running between St. Paul and Chicago via the Short Line. Connections trom the West wade via The Northern Pache. Great Northern and Cana dian Pacific Railways This is also the best lire between Omaha. St. Paul and Minneapo lis. All agents sell tickets via The Northwestern Line. W. H. M'SAD, H L. SISLER, General Agent, Traveling Agent. 48 Alder St., Portland. Oregon. CITATION TO HEIRS. In the Ccunty Court for the County of Jackson, State of Oregon. In the matter of the estate of M. E.Mtnear, Deceased. 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 NAME OF THE STATE OF ORE GON, and by order of the above-entitled court, made upon the 12th day of December, 1901. you and each ot you are hereby cited and required to appear in the County Court ot Jackson County, State of Oregon, at the ourt room thereof, in the town of Jacksonville, tn the said county and state, on the 20-.h day of January A D lot 2. 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 the court should not be made by the above-entitled court for the sale at private sale by E DeRoboam, admiuistra- tor of the following property, to pay the ex penses of administration 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 33 S, range 2 W, and running thence north 37o F. 17.93 chains to the center ot the county road running from Jacksonville to Pha>otx,to a rock for corner from which a white oak tree 12 I Inches in diameter bears N 80o E 94 links; thence S 6l!4o E 4.62 chains to a rock set in the road; thence S 69Ho E 12 chains to a rock set in the road; thence S 76o SO' E 6.44 chains to a sandstone? set for a corner in the road from which a white oak 12 inches in diameter bears N 85o tV 43 links, and a laurel 5 Inches in diam eter bears N 64o E 28 links: thence N 7IMo W 28.80 chains to a rock set tor a corner from which a white oak 8 inches in diameter bears N 37o E 98 linkstthence N 37o E 97-100 chains to the place of beginning, containing 47H acres. Said tract ot land being part of the H Bel linger D LG No. 44 and 95, in the township and range aforesaid, and situated tn Jackson county, Oregon This citation is published once a week in the D em << cb * tic T imxs for four successive weeks by order of Chas. Prim, Judge of the County Court fot Jackson County, Oregon, made and entered the 12th day of I ecember, A D 1901. GUS NEWBURY. Clerk. NE1L& N x . l . Attornejs for Administrator BEST FOR THE BOWELS Is the OJly line operating a weekly personally Conducted Tourist Excursion Ca- between Portland and Chicago change via the World’s Greatest Sieric Line.making close connection al Cnicago in Union Depot for all points East. Caily Standard Sleeping car between Sait Lake City, Denver and Chicago. Huffet. Libra a smoking cars between Pueblo. Denver and icago. Thebestand most reasonable din ing car service between Pueblo and Chicago. If yon are going to Kansas City. Omaha. Des Moires. (Chicago or any place east, you should enr jire about the Great Rock Island Route If you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the bowels every day. you're ill or will be. Keep your bowels open, and be well. Force, In the shape of vio lent physic or pili poison, is dangerous. The smooth est, easiest. most perfect way of keeping the bowelf clear and Jean is to take CANDY CATHARTIC _ ¿^Y WORKWHILl^ EAT JEM LIKE CANDY Ashland and Klamath Falls KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN STAGE LINE, THE COMMONER. tssu td Weekly atiLInciln, Neb. Best and Quickest Route to WILLIAM J. BRYAN KLAMATH FALLS. Editor and Publisher. Goes by Barron. Ho<la Spring«. Shake.. Snow Latnbering Camp.Parker «and Keno; also beet eomiectlona with «tage line« from Klamath Falla 'o Bonanza. B1 t and Lakeview. Ft Klam ath and Indian Agency. TERMS—Payable in Advance. One Year.................. ...................... ......... (A Six Month« ............................................. Three Month«........................................ Single Copy ... ........................................ 50 SF*No traveling canvassers are employed. Te-ms for local agents will be sent on appli cation All money should be sent by P. O. or der, express ord sr, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual checks or stamp« Daylight Travel Both Way«. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE. 4SBI.AND: KLAMATH FALLA: O OA.0TOHIA. /) The Kind V<w Hate *r v?-/.¿J Baus* Baars the Signatare rf Vegetable Preparation 1er As 3imila I ing flic f ood and Retf ula - iMg the Stouuichs and Bowels of DoiiiIf Much Good. The London school board hns opened the first of n series of schools for crip ples. The children are taken from their homes to school In an ambulance and afterward taken home by ambu lance. The school curriculum Includes a substantial midday meal. The plan enables poor little lame boys or girls to get a good schooling nnd Is without doubt doing n great deal of good. Promotes Digcslion.CIrerruI- ness and Rest.Contains neither Opium.Morpliine nor Mineral. Bears the “OH, DON’T MIND ME!” Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent authorities. They have dispelled the silly notion that one kind of food Is needed far brain, another for muscles, and still another for bones. A cor rect diet will not only nourish a particular part ot the body, but it will sustain every other patt. Yet, however good your food may be, its nutriment Is destroyed by Indigestion or dyspepsia. You'must prepare for their appearance or prevent their coming by talcing regular doses of Green’s August Flower, the favorite medicine of the healthy millions. A few doses aids digestion, stimulates the liver to healthy action, purities the blood,and makes you feel buoyant and vigorous. You can get Dr. G. G. Green’s reliable remedies at City Drug Store. Get Green’s special almanac. Signature N ot N arcotic . Brain-Food Nonsense. Aperfecl Remedy forConslipa Ron. Sour Stonwch, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and LOSHOF SLEEP. in Use For Over Thirty Years ly the conversation, owing to the near FacSunilc Signature of approach of our wedding day, took a turn that was interesting to two of us, but not to the third. NEW YORK. “Finally I turned to the young lady who Is soon to be toy bride and said, with a smile: “ ‘I suppose all this talk Is over the little one’s head?’ “Before she could reply the nose of EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. the ’little one’ went op several degrees, and she answered Icily, her words fall ▼MX CCNYAUN COMMNT. NCW VONN CITY. ing like so many hailstuues on a tlu roof: “ ’Oh, don't mind me! I know what Ilomnnc«- of the Curlnthlnn Column. M It is! I’ve been in love myself!' In the winter n young girl hail died “It was several minutes before I succeeded in catching my breath.”—De In Corinth. Some time afterward her maiil gathered together various trin troit Free Press. kets and playthings which the girl had loved nnd brought them to the girl’s Child Worth Millions. grave. There she placed them In a “My child is worth millions to me,” basket near the monument nud put says Mrs. Mary Bird ot Harrisburg, a large square tile upon the basket to Pa., “yet I would have lost her by prevent the wind from overturning It. croup had I not purchased a bottle 01 It happened that under the basket was One Minute Cough Cure.” One Min FW< j £ ute Cough Cure is sure cure for a root of an acanthus plant. When coughs, croup and throat troubles. spring came, the aennthus sprouted, An absolutely safe cough cure which but Its shoots were not able to pierce acts Immediately. The youngest the basket, and accordingly they grew americ OF REVIEWS child can take it with eotire safety. around It, having the basket In their is commended □nd thousands of The little ones like the taste and re midst. Such of the long leaves ns others prewar, - lot its fine discriml« member how often it helped them. grew up against the four protruding nation in sifting the a -¿.I er.d the presen* Every family should hare a bottle of tation of current ever.:« ;.. t .... .¿t t;.- hey somment on ita One Minute Cough Cure handy. At corners of the tile on the top of the freedom from daily.pap.. ■;i ¿nd women who this season especially it may be need basket curled round under these cor want to know what thc'woiid :s tc.lectuai necesmty, ed suddenly. City Drug «tore, Jack ners and formed pretty volutes. to judge from the letters re... V lu editoriali ara Kallimaclios, the sculptor, wnlking sonville, and Dr. J. Hinkle, Central comprehensive, and l-’jcr s-v... □n or woman. Ita Point. timely contributions 0.- that way one day, saw tills and Im e tca'.-.nfornr.ed writere. Its reviews c mediately conceived the notion that the s*t of thaw beat I work. It is profw»cJy Gluttonous Buss. form of the basket with the plaque These letters will “Talk about sharks,” said an Orange on top of It and surrounded by the ..— «esas to Judge of its value to E county lake fisherman; ”1 don’t believe leaves and stalks of ncanthus would pre ;: they are in it for promiscuous diet with be a comely heading for columns In ar a constant reader of the ”! know that 11.r. the black bass. chitecture. He from tills Idea formed vi R« and appré views have been umns “I was fishing one day with a very the beaut Ifni Corinthian style of capi cia I think me that I could r. iji Ge part of my large minnow on a big hook. I had n tal. Such, at least. Is the story as the had access to , Lccu-9 > « necessity bite and booked a bass. It was a big architect Vitruvius tcld It 1,900 years and thoughtful men. le ”—7 ZL one and gave me as pretty a fight as ago. how widely their ide»* aivci ¿‘Aw, 1 ever saw till it broke the leader at given free utterance in Too Sluck Apnthy. ume.s.’’—Z’Ar.-Jozr A’ j - t .. ... the point where it Is attached to the c t-ett and most Couldock'H company was once barn cation» ot the line and got away. EX-PRES1DL..T “We fished in other parts of the lake storming through Virginia. It was at "I consider it a very after that and finally started to the Petersburg, and the play was “The addition to tr.y library.” landing, the guide rowing while I skit Chimney Corner.” All through the au -“tz/'l/i'-r C m I do ni.i t.a.e □ great deal of tered with a minnow. We were pass dience sat in distressing silence, neither “ It is a publication vi ver y gie»i lit;»« tv read u.«K«<>r,cs but I take value. I have sometime» luuiid p.c«rutc hi >uvuig that the ’ Review ing close by tlie place where I had lost laughing nor shedding n tear, although there very important matter indeed vi RvVicwe’ is arr.cng the number the fish In the morning when I saw a “The Chimney Corner” alsinnds with which I should not other«*i»e have sui.ii find» ph. e on my table bass dart for ray bait. I gave It time humor and pathoM nud the company discovered."— Gtorgt /•. H mit .U J r..vh month.’ —yuwri A*. to swallow and then struck. When 1 •ben producing It was of great merit Senator, Maitae l<uretti. L' S. Xr4ua.'.D, got the fish Into the boat. I saw a for those time«. Cotildock appeared to Send for particulars as to hon a car. be Lad w.th an invaluable set pay no attention to the npnthy of his three foot leader sticking out of It« of bcoks for 50 cent* a month. mouth. It was the leader I had lost audience until just at the close of the In the morning. When I cut the bass performance. The concluding lines of COc flcbirtu of rkbirtosf Companp open, there was the same big clwb it the play urc somewhat to this effect; 13 ASTOR PLACE, NEW YORK p “ You. John, are happy, and so are you, bad taken from my line, and it came so fce.jeawA'« -V -r». nearly filling the fish's maw that the Ellen: so am I. and so «ire we all. Let tall of the last minnow was sticking us hope that our friends the public out of the mouth. There wasn’t room share our happiness.” But, to the surprise of everjbody, for it In the interior of the has«.”—New Couldock fell Into a towering passion York Times. when he readied these Hues, and I t Offer« 11 Thorough You Know What You Are Taking thundering tones be said, “You. John, When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic, nre happy, and so are you. Ellen; so b< c*use the formula is plainly pr.nted on every nm I, and so are we all except the f.xils bottle «bowing that it is simply Iron and Qui nine In a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. 60c. that have been sitting like Stoughton To every boy and girl that has I ottles In front of the footlights to the umbltlon to attain one Lowering GlMgnw'a Death Rate. night!” Twuiity-tive years ago there was In The Best Prescription lor Malaria, central Glasgow a great accumulation Chills "be.-n a-c three courses ot regular oollego grade, all of which are complete. and Fever Is s t >ttle of Gaova's T astr - of narrow streets, dismal lanes and i.tss C hii l T onic . It Is simply Iron and qui in a tasteless form. No cure. No pay. filthy closes, "where disease and death nine Price 5<Jc. held high carnival and vice and crime lifted their heads unabashed.” But The Artichoke. special acts of parliament have been The nrtlchoke I iiih nothing to do with obtained, and the larger portion of this art or the choking of It. The artichoke district has been reconstructed, and the 1« nn Innocent vegetable, known to the The NORMAL COURSE, approved by a committee appointed by the State Hoard of FducslIM, leads up lo a STATE DIPLOMA. remainder Is being dealt with. As a Arnbluna ue the urdlHchnukl. or earlb result the death rate, which In 1870 thorn. The Jerusalem artichoke wns was 27.4 per l.tMJO is now 21.1 per 1,000 never oeen near JeruMlem. Ita first for the whole town. The death rate name la a corruption of the Italian gi Is equal to anything In the State. New Illustrated catalogue. of the centnil district was 4o per l.Ooo, rasole. which means turning to the sun. and it Is still 30 per l.UIIU. It Is 11 species of minitower, bearing a tuber like that of a potato. CASTORIA L Í T ALBANY COLLEGE HIGH GRADE COLLEGE EDUCATION THE BUSINESS COLLEGE DEPARTMENT EXPENSES LOW. BOARD AND TUITION, $90 a YEAR For particulars write Ta. Lure ot Silver. Tn the cure of silver the work of pol ishing becomes easier If the whiting is made Into n thin paste with water to which n little amioonla has been add ed. Flr«t put the sliver into a bath of hot snapruds and then use the paste, rubbing It off with a piece of chamois. When the silver Is not much discolored, nibbing with a little dry whiting after the soap bath will be etifflo'ept.—Mnry < Ira haul In Woman’s Home Compan ion. Older Tb in That IIImselF. Or.c of the List letters written by W. N. Gilbert, the comic opern librettist, 'wforr his recent sickness was address s»M ed to Clement Scott on the occasion if Mr Rcot-'e sixtieth birthday. Mr. CO, Gilbert's note was enigmatic. “Nor do I think.” he wrote, “that the fact that von will have achieved sixty years on Ocf-ff Is a rea ¡on for general J’tbfla- t’n®. I am xlxty five, sad n ibody seen.a lo care.” • Times Clubbing Rates. Leave» ... 1.31 P. M.lLearea .930PM Arrives ........ 11 Ml P. M I Arrives . .4:40 A. M Pweseagers. Baggage, Express s-’d Freigh THE COMMONER per year with W kkki . v T ins « ............................ must be Waybilled. Ashland Offic e: Address TIMES PRINTING POSTAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE. Jacksonville. Creron Klamath Falls Agent H H. VAN VAULKF.NHUKG For Infanti and Children. Languages, Sciences, Mathematics, History, English and Electives N Pleasant. Palatable, Potent. Taate Good, f)o Good. before purchasing a ticket. Ask your nearest Merer Sicken, Weaken, or Gripe. 10, 25, and to cent* ticket agent about it. or write for folders and Kpr box. Write for free sample, and booklet on any information desired. A E COOPER, eaith. Addrens Oen’l Agt.. Portland, Or STIRLING BIMBPT ( OVPtKT, CHH AGO er XIW TOBI. Thoroughly restocked and entirely new man agement. ROBT. M. GARRETT. Sup't. CASTORI/ CrlillTjffnPil 1NLAN is/< Hll.DKLN J. M. Seals, ns Public Square. Nashville, Tenn., says : “Ten years ago my daughter fell and cut her forehead. From this wound the glands on the aide of her face became swollen ana bursted Some of the best doctors here and elsewhere attended her without any benefit. We decided to try S. S. S., and a few bottles cured her en tirely. ’• makes new and pure 'N blood to nourish and ^^k ^^k ^^k strengthen the body. (f' OOOOOC 'XX Ì XC OOOOOO OOOOOOI GO EAST “Beema to me that the rising genera tion Is ri«4ng very fast,” said the bach* elor who expects soon to liecome a beu edict after his friends bad given him up as hopelese. "1 was out walking wtlb my Intended the other day, and her small niece, a girl not over seven years of age, accompuuled us. Natural- Ta. liar After Tbaakaslvls*. Said little Willie to little Millie: “What did you do on Thanksgiving?" “Oh, I bad the loveliest time! I was helped four times to turkey.” “So was I.” “And I bad half a mince pie and three dishes of lee cream and a lot of cranberry sauce.” “So did I.” “Then I had nuts and raisius and oranges”— “So did I.” “And a box of candy.” “So did I.” “And the next day I had the doc tor”— “So did I.” Said little Willie to little Millie.-Chi cago Record-Herald. WALLACE HOWE LEE. Pres.dent, Albany.OreF* Between Tip«. Facetious Diner ito very tall and ex ceedingly procrastinating servitor*— For rnure than one reason you might la- called a tong waiter. Walter—Yes; I sometimes measure half a day from tip to tip, slr.-Smart Set. Y ou Could Loot? K into the future and see the condition to which your counh, if neglected, will brine you, you would seek relief at once—and that naturally would be through DON’T STOP WORK! For a Sprained Arm, Ankle or back Buy a Bottle of SNAP SHOT. I Shiloh’s Rub in well and Consumption YOU ARE GOOD AS NE^ to «»re Con« sumjrtion, Bronchitis, Wff Ast n ma, and all Lung Troubles. Cures Coughs and Colds in a day. 25 cents. Write to R. C. W ells & Co., Le Roy, JC. Y., for free trial bottle. 1 V« ■ ^Keffs Clever geol Test purifies the Bloody IT HAS CERE!) OTHERS, IT WILL CURE YOU. «n* »'I rorms of Inflammation In man or ue SOc and II per tiottle It K. HUTTON, sole proprietor and manufacturer, Ashland, Oregon. Fir eala at City Drux Store. Jacaeonvllle. and by Dr J. Hinkle Central Point.