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Mias <1 Day
W£ You Could Look
A JL to Into which
the future and see the condition
your cough, if
will bring you,
arelc relief at
once—ana that nulurully would be through
.Iflhry Public and
Abstract» made to Titles of
II Kind drawn up eapeclsllv pertaining io
the settlement of «»tale»
:oiints Solicited, Prompt Remitíancc.
nvNimnnt Neouritle* a Npeoiaiiy. JackwoL
inty Scrip bought and sold.
have a complete Hot of ruupa of all surveyed
da in thia county, and receive Abatracta
ntbly from Koneburg Land Office, ae Land
purlmont of the O. A O. K K. and the State
nd Department at Salem of all new entrloa
do lam bun prepared to make out homu>
,»d paper« and can nave to oart'.ea the ex*
lac of a trip to the Itoaeburg land office
Guaranteed to cure Con-
and all Lung
Troubles. Cure» Cough« and Colds in a day.
Write to S. C. W klui & Co.,
Le Roy, N. Y., for free trial bottle.
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTIC .
In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for
In the mutter of the estate of Arthur Wilson,
NOTICE IK HE fl EBY GIVEN THAT THE!
undersigned tins been appointed by the county
of Jackson eounly, Oregon, sitting In iu<>
eve a Number of FlneFerma and other court
bate.iMtmliilstrntor of the estate of Arthur Wil
Desirable Propertv In my hands for son. dcccused, with will auncxed.
A I I I»' I ■*« >|l V I ll<l' I)’• »1 to said CNtRtU Hf< I.--
quuHtiMl to stflth- the snino Immediately, and
■P” Prom nt reply made to al Hatters. Charg those having claims Hgalnst the sutfl estate
in accordance with ’ho times
will prcwut them to me nt the Medford Bank
lofora, by permiMNlon, Hon. H. K. Hauns In Medford, oregou, with the proper verifies
Igo of the lai Judoial District, and to any t Ion, within six months uf ter the nrst publics
tineas house lu Jacksonville.
lion of this notice.
SIL AS J. DAY.
imttslAnrll 23, IW2.
J. E. EMYART,
Admlnlstrstor of «aid I'^tste
W. M. Coi.via,Attorney.
Rio Grande Western
Denver & Rio (¡rande
Only irauMcontinental lln
rotalo ' ii.irciij itameli
SALT LAKE CITY,
Ilf«, Hplendldly »quipped train» del-
/o all Point. Bast.
Through Hloeplng »nd Dining Cur* and
Fra» Reellnlug Cbu Ira
The moat ui»vnlBoenl »oenery In
America by Daylight.
Htopovera allowed on »11 classes ot
For cheapest rule, »nd desoripilve
J. I) MANSFIELD,
St Third Strout, Portland. Oregon.
Best of Everythig
In a wird thia tells of the paasenger ser
The North-western line.
Kight train» run dally between Chicago and
i At Paul, comprising lb« lateai Pullman
Sleeper», Pnprle»» Dining Cura. Library aud
I fbaervatIon Car». Free Reclining Chair Car».
I THE SUTH CENTURY TRAIN run» every d»y
Th« ateameFa rop«» were hor.lly dowB
Whi n I called up to Tourist Brown.
“What’a 11 v new» from London lownt”
And he answered, with « frown:
’’But.” »uy» I. "Pint'» Juat a gum»
(British, with a I'hlnrsu nurnel.
How a th- court und peer» of tamer*
And lie mumbled Juat Hie »am«;
“Ping pong! Pingpong!”
’’How about the parliament?
Are the Liberal» content?
fa < 'haruberbiln hh eloquent?”
And he thundered (violent):
"Tut. tut!" »ay» I. "There'» something
News of more Import. I'm sure
How iibuut the wily Boer?"
And the dock took up III» ro«.i:
Th« name w»» ringing through rny train.
But atlll I thought I'd try again.
"Ilow about Klug Edwitril*» relgnF*
And he shrleki d (almoitt profane):
••That'» all the new»" (he frowned »everei
"From Kendall town to VVundewortn pier.
It'» all you see and all you hear."
And then Brown whooped It In my ear:
-Victor A l!«rn.»nt. In Naw York Her
A woman who ha« had experience
NOTICEOF FINAL SETTLEMENT with this disease toils how to prevent
any ddnueroii« consequence* from it.
I d tho County Court of th« State ot Oregon for She says: Our three children took
In the matter of the Estate ot RoM. Taylor, wlKKipioR cough last summer, pur
baby b >y being only three months old,
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE and owing to our giving them Cham
undersigned. administratrix of tho ««tut» of
berlain’s Cough Remedy, they Ils'
Ilobt. Taylor. deceaHed, bM bled In the ooun
ty court of Jackson oounty, Oregon, her final none of their plumpness and came out
account UH H»I<1 udmlulatratrli.aud by order In much better health than other
ot Hon. Ch»» . l’rlm. judge of »»Id court. Mon
day, May ~. IM, at 1Uo'clock a m . 1» set for children whose part nts did not u-e
Our oldwtt girl would
the hearing I hereof. AH per»on» Interested tl4* remedy.
are hereby iiotltled tu appear and tile hl» or bur call lustiiy for cough syrup betwean
objection to the »»me on or before »aid day.
whoops.— J esse P inkky ifALL,8|>ring-
Dated April «1. ItMnS
tfeld, Ala. This remedy Is tor sale by
LOUISA TAYLOR, Administratrix
W m M C olvio . Attorney.
City Drug Store.
STATE TKEASI KEK’tS SIXTH NO
State of Oregon, Treasury Department.
Salem, Muy I, 1902.
Notice la hereby given that there are fund* In
the treasury with which to redeem all outstand*
Ing state warrant* drawn on the General Fund
and endorsed ’PrcNcnted and not paid for want
of funds.” prior to this date; also to pay ail
warrants drawn on the State Scalp Bounty
Fund, and endorsed “Preaented and not paid
for want of fuhd«,” prior to nod on March
IMH, Including warrant No. IM99, and all num
brrs prior thereto. And all such warrant.«»
properly endorsed, will be paid upon presents
linn at this office. Interest thereon ceasing from
und after thisdate.
CHAS. S. M<M>RE.
Like a Drowning Mao.
"Five y< ars ago a disease the doc
tor« called dyspepsia tooK such hold
of me that I could s carcely go," wt i us
Geo. 8. Marsh, will-known attorney
of N fcona, Tex. ’ ‘I loik quantltlcH
of fepsin and other medicine»; hut
nothing helped me. As a drowning
man prub-t at a straw I grabbed at Ko-
doh 1 felt an Improvement at. once,
und artec a few bottle» au> sound and
well.” Kodo! 1» the only preparation
Which exactly reproduce« the rial oral
digestive Juices, and consequently Is
the only one which digests any uood
food and cures any form of stomach
trouble. City Drug Stole, Jackson
ville, a nd Dr. J. Hinkle,Central Point.
of the year.
Fastest Train in the World,
Electric Lighted, »teem Heated.
The Badger State Expro»». the lineal daily
train running bei ween St Paul and Chicago
via the Short Lino.
Conned Iona from the We»t made via The
Northern Parine. Créât Northern and Cana
dian l’acino Railway» This la al»o the beat
line between Omaha. St. Paul and Mlnneapo.
Ila. AU agent» »oll ticke;» via
The Northwestern Line.
H L. SISLER.
4» Alder st.. Portland. Oregon.
The only line operating a weekly personally
Conducted Tourlal Exouralon Car between
Portland and Chicago change via the World’»
areateat Scenic Llne.maklng close connection thould
at Chicago In Union Depot for all point» Ennt
Dally standard Sleeping car between Halt
Lake City. Denver and Chicago. Buffet, Libra clean»e»,»ooUie»ao<lbeala
ry »moking cars between Pueblo. Denver and
Chicago Tho beat and moat reasonable dln- the diw»*e<l membraae.
Ihg car service between Pueblo and Chicago.
If you are going to Kan«»» City. Omaha. Dea »«ay a cold In liM head
Molu«». Chicago or any place earl, you ahould quickly.
Cream Balm la placed Into the noetrlls, apreade
over the membrane and la ahaorbed. Kellaf la Im-
mediate and a cur» follow». It la lot dry lug -dove
not prodoc» eneexlng. Larga Sla», «0 eente at Drug-
efore purchasing a ticket. Aak your nearoat
cket aaent about It, or write for folders and
(l.u or by mail ; Trial SUe, 10 cents by mail.
ny Information desired. A. E. OOOPER,
KLY BROTHERS. »“ Warren Street. New Tork.
Gen’l Agt.. Portland, Or.
Great Rock Island Route
MAGICIAN AMUSES SHA 7.
lecrrtiiry of the Trcnnury Fncetiou«
ly Order« the Vault« Locked.
“Have all the vaults In the building
locked noil keep them locked uutil utter
thia man leaves. Any ¡ mtsou who can
make $10 dlsnpiiear from my band
without my knowledge has tu> right
roaming around the treasury uuwutch-
This was what Secretary Shaw said
the other day after witnessing in his
private office ono of the many tricks
performed by a magician who baa
been entertaining society in Washing
ton this seasan, says the Philadelphia
Press. There were jiresent besides Sec
retary anti Mrs. Shaw Assistant Secre
taries Alles, Spaulding and Taylor and
Mr. and Mr*. Horail.
The magician, blindfolded, allowed
llx persons each to select a card and
replace them in the pack, which was
then sbutlied nnd divided into three
piles on the floor. The pack had been
sent for by Secretary Shaw himself,
and he broke the seal wltb bls own
hands. Five of the cards, with bls
eyes still covered, the performer pre
sented on the blade of a |*enknlfe to
the persons who had chosen them.
“Where Is tny card?” asked Mr.
"You cotld not have put it back ir.
the pack, because it is not there,” said
“Mr. Alles,” be continued impressive
ly. "you nre an honorable gentleman,
but sometimes honorable gentlemen do
strange things without knowing it
Take some one with you and look
among your pujK-rs in the desk In your
private office, and you will flnd the
card which you thought you replaced
In the pack.”
Mr. Alles went nnd returned wltb the
card—the tive of diamonds—In bls
A sonien'liut similar dispute with
Secretary Sliatv ended by the perform
er telling the cabinet olllcer that he
-oul-1 not do tricks successfully If he
lierslsted In sitting on the cards There-
upon Mr Shaw arose, anti, sure
enough, the card nlsait which there
had l«‘en some <|iiestlon was revealed.
"Young man.” said Mr. Shaw pater
nally, "you are in the wrong business.
What you want to do Is to go into
newspaper work and have your paper
assign you to Washington. What you
couldn't learn about the administra
tion'« policy wouldn't lie worth learn
Wants Other* to Know.
“1 have used DeWitt’s Little Early
Risers for constipation and tori id
liver, and they are ail right
glad to Indorse them,for I think when
we find a good thing we ought to let
others know It," writes Alfred
Heinze, Quincy, Ill. They never gripe
or distress. Safe, sure pills. City
Drug Store, Jacksonville, and Dr. J.
Hinkle, Central Point.
SUPERB ROLLING PALACE.
Hnwd»on»w»< of I’rlvale Car» Far
Steal Treat President M.-liwab.
The tliiest ear In the world Is nearing
completion In the shops of the Pull
man I’alaee Car company at l’ullman,
near Chicago. The owner is Churles
M. Hchwtib, president of the United
Mates Steel corporation. TSe- cost of
this iiiagiiiUeent coach will be $W,000.
The Kcliwah traveling home Is sev
enty feet of elegance, suys the Pbilit-
ileli>lilit Times. The whole 1» In Louis
XV. style. Every piece of furniture
is of special and band curved design.
The brass bedsteads—one In Mr.
Hehwii'i’s private room and the othei
In tils wife'»—cost nearly $l,ooo eueb
and are hand cbasid. The tapestries,
damasks und velours used In the tip
bolstering cover the finest curled white
hair. Mr. Schwab’s room is finished in
red and bls wife's In blue. The din
ing room tone is green.
Mahogany Is the wood chiefly used,
but there Is much Inlaid work, which
calls for maple, body and birch. Tif
fany art glass is In the ventilating win
dows u'_ the top of the car. An artist
was Imported from Boston to «io the
elaborate celling und panel band paint
Over the celling nnd the side and the
panels above the windows garlands of
roses und lilies twine. Architect J.
Frank Jobson is satisfied that no pri
vate cur us handsome ever rolled over
rails. The beautiful dining room will
seat sixteen. The kitchen and refrig
erating plant place every facility at
the service of the chef. The observa
tion end In this Louis XV. home is
twenty feet long, and the window area
Is so great that the occupants will feel
almost as if they were riding out of
Won't Follow Advice After Paying
In a recent article a prominent phy
sician says: "it 1« next, to impo««ible
for the physician t i get hi* patients
to carry out any prescribed course of
hygiene or diet to the smallest extent;
he has but ono resort left, namelv, the
drug treatment.” When medicine*
are used for chronic constipation, ttie
most mild and gentle obtainable,such
as Chamberlain’s Stomach & Liver
Tablets, should lie employed. Their
use is not followed by constipation, as
they leave the bowels in a natural and
healthy condition. For sale by City
Sad» bat Trae.
At the Theater
“This act la
Ing his watch.
“It is.” re
“It’s a long
Is what might
lie called a suc
Smith — n«
seldom lies, but
when he does
Le makes it
was out in the rain
last night he slipiied
and broke three ribs.
Joe—Did he? Ilow
is he today?
Bill-All right, but
he had to buy a new
Brow n —Do
you think she’s
u clever girl?
Smith — U ml
Stop» the Uou(h
■nd Works off the Cold.
i axatlve Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold
□ odo .lay No Care. No Par. Price »5 cent».
Th« Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has horne the signature of
and has been made under his per-
(M;nal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good” are bub
.Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of?
Infants und Children—Kxpericnce against Experiment»
What is CASTOR IA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm»
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy anti natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
The Kind You Haye Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMC OCfTTAUR COMPANY, Tf MURRAY «TREET, NCW YORR CITY.
Corn Ground and Summer Fallow Next
The Snowy Butte Shops
Are prepared to make a new lag, G uaranteed to R un
T rue , on short notice, and would suggest that it is a good
time to overhaul the plows and get ready for business. Our
new foreman, Mr. Swanson, is proving to be just a little
better than any other smith in the. county on plow and
A T'rial Will Convince Von.
BiSYGLES BELOW COST
n|j|IIJ overstex’k of one of tbe l»est known
- factories of the country, secured
by us a t one-balf cost. Four Models. ......
▼ w AI3
1900 and 1901 Models ££ $7 to $||
Catalogues with large photrxp'aphic engravings and
full detailed specifications scntfrie to any address.
We SHIP ON APPROVAL to anyone in U S.
or Canada without a cent tn advance and allow
FREE TRIAL absolutely
in ordering from us, as you do not
need to pay a cent if the bicycle does not suit you.
500 SEOOND-HAMD WHEELS
taken In trade by our Chicago rvtalstl ores.
standard makes, many food as new..
VW IW WW
Tire«, equipment, «undrie«»Bportinic ooods ofjdlkinds atM rf
price in our big free sundry catalog. A world of information
rite for iX.
RIDER BGEMTS WBRTED
A New York ballet dancer has suet)
her mother because the latter destroyed
the garments of her profession. It
hardly seems worth while for her to
make such a fuss over a little thing
Mayor Rose of Milwaukee, who has
beeu re-elected for the third consecu
tive term, must be something of a thorn
lu the side of the opposition.
W02 model bicycle. In your spare time you can make > m tg
a week besides havinir a wheel to ride for yourRJr
a reliable person in each town to distribute catalogues for ug
Write today for
fn>e catalogue^nd our »pedal ooen
exchange for a bicycle.
We Get Our Feed at
A. perfect cerer.l coffee
ojf delicate flavor and
[Mr. Bryan's Paper ]
The Commoner has attained with frag'rent aroma.
St. Mary’s Academy,
ESTABLISHED IN 1865.
Ashland and Klamath Falls
STAG •- LINE,
Thoroughly -eetocked and entirely new man
agement. ROBT. M. a A RHETT. Sup'l.
Beat and Qulokeat Route to
T hs achool continue« the oaroful training
und (borough Instruction for whloh II 1» favor
Tite Music Department
Qoea by Barron. Soda Spring». Shake,?Snow,
1» always In cha'ge of competent and exper Lumbering Camp.l’arkor'aand Kono; also beat
ienced teacher». Board and tuition per anaaton connection» with »tag« >•»«’» fron> Klamath
of twenty week», IS) DO. Studlea will be return Falla to itonanx», Hly and Lakeview. Ft Klam
ath and Indian Agenov
ed September H. 1001.
For proapeotu», addrea»
SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES.
General Agents Wanted
To sell Prof. Lona’s Magnetic
Combs. They remove dandruff, cure
scalp ailments and check falling Imlr,
are untarnlshable and will not break.
Everybody wants them; good propo
sition to hustlers. Hend for terms.
Outfit (six stylos) in a plush case *2.00.
Ladles' Dressing Comb 50j, Gentle
men’s Toilet Comb 4Oo—both 15c
M agnetic C omb C o ., Pekin, III
Daylight Travel Both Way».
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE.
a an I. a nd :
bimmath vaix »:
... .1 ..V r. x.iLeavea . .«Writ
Arrive» ........ Il :0D r. M.¡Arrive» ......... 4:«)A.M
Paaaengera. Baggage, Expre»» and Frelgh
muet be Waybtlled.
POSTAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
Klamatb Falla Agent!
H. H VAN VAULKENBÜRG
in six months from date of the tirst
issue a circulation of 100,00) copies, a
record probably never equaled In t he
history of American periodical 1 itcia
ture. The unparalleled growth i f
this paper demonstrates that there I* ,
room in the newspaper field for a
national paper devoted to the dis
cussion of political, economic and so
cial problems. To the columns of
The Commoner Mr. Bryan contributes 1
his lieat efforts; and bis review of
political events as they arise from
time to time can not fail to Interest
those who study public questions.
The Commoner’s regular subscription
price is tl .00 per year. We have ar
ranged with Mr. Bryan whereby we
can furnish his paper and T he W eek
ly T imes together for one year for
•2.00. The regular subscription price
of the two papers when subscribed for
separately Is •2.50.
Brown's Feed Store.
fton, Btap» Qnlrkneaa of IH.cl.arir«, Ftop» Nerwowa I
Ude. Fffecta are immediate. Impart vigor and potency to erert I CENTS function. Don’t get
i .,prin<K bi . a
1 ^ oo organs. Stimulates
the brain and nerve ce Vers, hoc a box, s for »3.60 by malt A written guarantee, to cure ee
money retundeu, with o boxei. Circulars free.
Ari-lrere, BISHOP REM8DY CO, »an Francis««, Oak
Your Cold Curoo for do.
The bleroing of Cal fornia figs
and prunes with we.l ripened
¿rain makes a frt.it nr..1 grain
20 Tee far sup rior to eny other
cereal beverage. •
EAST SEVENTH STREET, - - - - MEDFORD, OREGON
By our process all the delight*
ful flavor of the fruit and healthful
strength of the grain is retained.
Tastes like coffee—looks like
MORMON BISHOPS’ PILLS hart been 1 b u »
over 60 year» by the leader» ot the Mormon Church and their
follower,. Positively cure« the wont cue« in old^and yowy
from effect» of stli-abn«», dl.fipaUoti, excesses, or cigarette »looking. Cwr—•
Boil from 5 to IO minutes only arising
W»»k..d, Imiwlmi T. l.oat P.w.r, M«ht-Lo»»ea, Sp»t -n.t.rrh.r*,
>'»ln» In Bark, Evil Ikealr«», Bemlnal Kwiluion», Lame Bae lx, Nerv.wa Doblllfy.
all orocers sell
Beadaeh», Vnfltn«*» to Marry, I.«u og Heinen, V.ri-g
coeele, or ConeXlww—
__ ,hi K"1*1 Y"1 **”• Alw’’$ R011^
city Drug Store, Jacksonville.