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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1902)
The last official act of Sheriff Orme
C. R. Welch of the Medford Furni MEDFORD VS. JACKSON
was to go to Salem after a man charged
ture Co. and B. C. Ward of Ashland
J. B. Dungan la now a resident of with obtaining money under false pre-
Mrs. F. Luy visited in Jacksonville are In the vicinity of Woodville and
Th» Former Win« the 8100 Purse
misunderstanding and was soon squar.
Julius Wetzel and his wife, who are
Mrs. Marion Tryer has been visiting
F. M. Smith is located on Apple
Hung Up and the Cham
located at McMinnville, have been
friends living at Ashland.
gate, near Pursel.
pionship of Jackson
the guests ot the latter’s parents, Mr.
Blue-print maps of any township in
District Attorney Kearnes tarried a
8. Mathis of Woodville sjtent a day Roseburg, Oregon, Land District, show
and Mrs. J. A Lyon.
in Medford recently.
Ing all the vacant lands, for 50 cents while in Medford Monday.
By far the largest crowd that has
W. T. Kame, a former resident of
assembled In Jackson county this
Mrs J. W. Merritt of Central Point
D. St. < 'lair of Eureka, Calif., Is look each. If you want any information
our city, has been granted a pension ot
from the U. S. Laud Office, address
to see base bail, witnessed the
ing about this section.
Title Guarantee A Loan Co., Rose
•8 a month. He is now engaged in farm- game played at the county-seat on
Misses Bessie and Marie Nickell made .ng near Central Point.
Summer tights were unusually abund burg, Oregon.
the 4th of July, when the Jackson
ant during the-past week.
The celebrated Snap Shot, the best Medford a short visit Tuesday.
Mrs. C. H. Moore of Salem, wife of ville and Medford clubs fought for
Miss Geraldine Theiss has returned our State Treasurer, is now making
John II. Simon of Gold Hill, the flammatim in man or beast, cun be
the championship and the pur*e of
miner, was with us Monday.
Robinson’s diug from a short stay in Jacksonville.
Medford a visit, the guest of her par •100 hung up by the committee hav
Mrs. F. W. Hollis has returned from ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Langell.
Thu new county officials assumed store, also at Dr. HiDkle’s, Central
ing the celebration In charge. Both
Point. Try it.
a visit at Salem, her former home.
their respective duties Monday,
nines played good ball, and the con
Pankey Carney charmingly enter
Doctors J. M. and C. W. Keene were Luwton, who are now located in Siskf- test proved quite interesting, Jack
G. W. Jones Is running a stage regu*
a number of her little friends at at the county-seat a while Monday.
larly between Ashland and Pelloan
you county, Calif., spent a few days in sonville was In rather hard luck,
the residence of her parents, Mr. and
twice having the bases full and fail
L. L. Jacobs and Robt. Dow spent Medford during the past week.
Mrs. Chas. Carney, on the occasion of
several hours at Jacksonville Monday.
F. M. Thompson of Chimax did
Dan Reynolds, an old and respected ing to score a single ruD.
her 11th birthday.
The following is the official result
business with our merchants Thurs
Mayor Crowell, who went to Ohio citizen of this county, received a stroke
Wm. D. O'Brien, who recently re
ot the game:
sometime ago, on a visit, has returned.-
Geo. Blrdaey has returned to 1*001«
E. L. Jones of 8;>okane was a recent
John E. Ross of Gold Hill tarried
John X. Miller of Trail creek was
A 8 Borine of Elk ereek made us a
pleasant visit Saturday.
Rev. W. Bitter, who was quite sick
for sometime, Is convalescent.
Judge Hanna and his sons are mo -
journlng In Meadows precinct.
S. S. Jolly of Wutklns precinct made
us a visit Saturday and Sunday.
N. H. Russell of Greenview has been
visiting his old haunts in this section.
Miss Lucinda Reumes of Berkeley,
Calif., Is paying Jacksonville a visit.
Wm. Dorn of Watkins precinct, the
Mr. Boyd, who is of)eratlng In the
pioneer miner, was in Jacksonville Mon mines tn Applegate district, was with
E. D Feud ray of Phoenix, the well-
Rev. N. S. Hollcroft will hold services
known pioneer, was at the county-seat In Sum's vajley Sunday, both morning
John Broad and Reid Bros., the suc
The 4th of July has come and gone,
cessful miners, were In Jacksonville and everybody has resumed the even
tenor of bls way.
Miss Emma Kasshafer has gone to
A. Sherburn, formerly of Woodville
Portland, to visit L. F. Christian and precinct, has become a resident of
Arago, Coos county.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mushettof Apple
J. A. Cook has returned to Gold Hili,
gate are located at Vallejo, Calif., for and engaged in blacksmithing. He is
an excellent mechanic.
J. A. McCall of Ashland, the well-
The Southern Oregon Chautauqua
known civil engineer, wits with us a Association's annua) assembly has be
few days ago.
gun. It is well attended.
W. 11. Miller, foreman of Cook A
For Sale—A three-horse engine and
Howland's mines, has returned from boiler, in good condition. Apply to
C has . N ickell . A bargain.
The Sykes orchard, situated south
Miss Jessie Farnsworth of Medford
was the guest of Mrs. J. Russell the of Medford, has been purchased by E.
King, who lately arrived in Medford.
forepart of the week.
Geo. W. Faucett of Siskiyou county,
B. B. Beekman left for Portland Sun
anil his wife spent several duys
day evening, after a visit of several
in Watkins precinct,their former home
days In Jacksonville.
W. I. Brown and his sons, of Del Rio,
C. T. Davidson of Missouri Flat and
his family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Texas, are in the valley, looking for a
location. They want a good stock
W. H. .Miller 4th of July.
J. C. Whlpp of Ashland, represent ranch.
Wm. Leach and L. G. Pierce, the
ing the Southern Oregon Marble Co.,
miners, were in town n few days since.
was at the county-seat Tuesday.
Frank Obonchaln, a pros|>erinis They are now operating in Steamboat
stock-raiser of Klamath county, and his district.
F. Zana of Sam's valley and his wife
family are visiting in Jacksonville.
among our visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Peltop of Sam’s
va'ley were among the many at the They have our congratulations and
county-seat during the past week.
The Criterion has been nicely painted
J. M. Whipple and M. S. Wakeman, and lettered by Mr. Daily, an artist
residents ot the northwestern portion of from abroad, who evidently under
the county, were with us Monday.
stands his business.
J. J. O'Neill and W.J. Ellison of Ash
The newcointy commissioners’court
land, aecompanied by their families, held a s|stcial session Monday. It is
were recent visitors in Jacksonville.
now composed of Judge Prim, Thos.
Miss Sutton, who was severely injur Riley and J. Patterson,
ed 4th of July, is convalescing rapidly,
Max Muller has been compelled to
and will soon Iteable to leave her room. retire from business, on account of poor
G. R. Johnson of Carlton, Yamhill health, and has sold his stock of goods,
county, is paying his many friends T. J. Kenney being the purchaser.
living in Jacksonville and vicinity a
Medford furnished a large portion of
the crowd in attendance at the celebra
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Beeman of Gohl tion in Jacksonville July 4th. And
Hill were her«' Friday and Saturday. everybody was glad that they went.
Miss Oral Jones accompanied them
Miss Anna Jeffrey has sold her prop
erty in Talent to Miss Mary Dunham
Mrs. John Buckley and her daughter, and become a resident of Medford. She
Mrs. Rhoten, passed through Jackson will tcai'Ii in that city's school« next
ville Monday, on their way to Siskiyou year.
Grant's Pass and Ashland both had
Jacksonville was visited by Mr. and celebrations July 4th, but neither
Mis. J. E. Harmon, Miss Scheid, Henry amounted to much. There was a good-
Schock, Mr. Moore and other residents sized crowd present at each point, how
of Yreka, Calif.
E. L. Olwell started for Davenport,
Deeds, mortgages, leases, bends,
Wash., yesterday morning, after a bills of sale and every imaginable
pleasant visit with relativesand friends kind of legal blanks—the latest and
best—arc constantly on hand at the
living in this section.
T imes office.
L. C. Sisemore and family started on
J. K. P. Rowe, a veteran of the civil
their r«'turn to Fort Klamath Sunday. | I war and postmaster of Sam's valley,
They were accompanied by Miss .Io died Situ rd ay, after a protracted ill
Orth, who will visit them.
ness. He was highly esteemed by all
Hon. W. M. Colvig returned from who know him.
Salem Saturday. He delivered the
If you want the latest In furniture,
oration at the capital city July 4th, in call at Norris’ shop in Jacksonville
and see one of his folding Daven-
the midst of a heavy rain-storm.
|>orts. They are superior to anything
Miss Laura Gilson Is paying her par in that line. Everybody should have
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Gilson of one.
Medford, a visit. She has been resid
Marshal Murphy, while arresting a
ing in California for several years.
transgressor of the )s<ace Saturday
J. L. Hammeraly and S. W. Mc night, wrenched himself considerably
Clendon of Gold Hill tarried in Jack and is confined to his roon.
sonville Monday afternoon. So did Kasshafor is tilling his place.
Sherman Enghslow of Hornbrook, Cal.
Wm. Ka*ppe, the expert wnt"hi<uiker
Mrs. H. E. Ankeny arrived from Eu anti jeweler, may be found in the
Langell building, opposite the Post
gene Saturday, en rout«' to Storling- office, prepared to execute all kinds of
ville. She was aecompanied by her work in Ills line at reasonable rates.
daughters. Mism's Gladys and Dollie.
T. C. Norris has bought the business
J. II. Huffer, Sr., and his son, who conducted by L. C. Kain, together with
have b«>en propocting in southern his stts-k of harness, saddles, etc., and
Josephine county, returned Monday. will employ an expert mechanic.
They were accompanied by W. A. can Iki found at Mr. K.'sold stand.
Strong of Waldo.
A large quantity of newspapers,
P. O'Donoghue, Sr., was among his : suitable for wrapping, pasting it
many friends Monday. He has taken walls, putting under carpets, etc., chd
be obtained cheap. In quantities U
charge of the hotel at Henley, Calif., suit, at T he T imbs Printing House.
which will lie conducted in up-to-date
The will of Kate Watson, deceased,
was admitted to probate in the County
H. <'allaghan and Frank Ashley, ex Court of Multnomah Saturday. It pro
pert miners, who are operating in Tin vides that John Bjek, Joseph Reek
Cup district, class to the Oregon line, and Helena J. Price shall each receive
spent several days In J ack son ville du r- the sum of 41000; to Eunice Dobbins,
Ing the past wwk.
Nettie Guyett and Adelaide Norris
L. C. Kain and his family, who have 4100each is bequeathed;to Robert Cat-
been residents of Jacksonville for I lin a promissory note for 45001a devised,
several years, left yesterday for Van I and the rest anti residue of the estate is
bequeathed in equal parts to John and
couver. Wash., which will be their Joseph
Reek and Helena J. Price
future homo. They carry the best James R. Ewing is named as ex«s-utor
wishes of numerous friends with them. I without bonds.
of paralysis one day last week. He is
turned from Sumatra, passed through
Mort Foster arrived from Spokane recovering steadily, we are pleased to
the valley Tuesday, on his way to San
Francisco from a visit at Pendleton and yesterday, and will remain a few days.
P. D. Gilbert, the popular representa
Eugene. He will go to Alaska soon.
Mrs. E. J. DeHart lias been consider
tive of Lang & Co., was with us again
The Jacksonville photograph gal- ably indisposed lately, we are sorry to
Monday. He Bold one of our mer
lory is in charge of G. W. Mackey and learn.
chants a thousand dollars worth of
A. L. Bailey, both of whom are excel
Dr. Emmerson, the optician, made groceries Monday.
lent workmen. Mr. M. will have
charge of the operating department Jacksonville a professional visit last
Jas. Gorman of Spokane, one of the
during the whole of July 4th. The week.
cleverest ojierators in government
best work done at reasonable prices.
Halley Bros, were visited Sunday by lands, spent a couple of days in Med
An inch ot rain has' already fallen
Mr. Moore of Yreka, Calif., Whois a ford last week. He went to Roseburg
this month, which breaks the record.
Sunday morning with a party ot loca
The moisture damaged some hay, but
W. I. Vawter, the attornoy, was at tors, returning today.
was of great benefit to fruit and grow
The ladles and gentlemen who rep
ing crops of nearly every description. the eounty-seat Tuesday, on legal
resented Medford at the installation of
Prof. Gillette has given up his inten
Geo. F. King and Mr. Curr.v left for officers of Ashland's lodges of Odd
tions to teach a summer school in Med
Big Butte and Rogue river sections Fellows and Rebekahs were Mr. and
ford, and left for upper Rogue river
Mrs. E. W. Calkins, Mr. and Mrs. H;
this week. His time among us is too this week.
E. J. Winkler, the expert boot and C. Mackey, Mr. and Mrs. I. Woolf,
limited to allow him to take hold of
shoe maker, was in Jacksonville this Mrs. J. E. Shearer, Misses Jessie Cole,
Minnie Cox, Virginia Woodford and
Palm A Bodge will commence the morning.
Matney, Geo. F. King, L.
Misses Lol Nichols and Mattle Tay
construction of their proposed brick
Knips, H. II. Harvey.
block during the present month. We
M essrs . E ly B ros .—I have been a
are informed that Court Hall has rent in Medford.
great sufferer from catarrh and hay
ed the lower corner room and will tit
Miss Ora Adkins, who went to San fever, and tried many things; but -got
up handsomely for a saloon.
Francisco a few weeks ago, on a visit, no permanent relief until I found ip in
Ely’s Cream Balm about eight years
If you are troubled with impure has returned.
ago, .* and wo have been fast friends
blood, indicated by sores, pimples,
H. G. McCarthy of Jacksonville was ever since. (Rev.) R. M. B entley .
headache, etc., we would recommend
Acker’s Blood Elixir, which we sell with us Tuesday. He will soon return Prove its value by investing 10 cents
in trial size of Ely's Cream Bairn.
under a positive guarantee. It will al to Ashland.
Druggists supply it and we mail it.
ways cure scrofulous or syphilitic
J. D. Cook of Jacksonville, the well- Ful! size 50 cents.
poisons and all blood diseases. 50 cts.
known operator in mines, was in Med
E ly B ros ., 50 Warren Street, N. Y.
Judge Prim has denied the petition
Miss Bertha Danielson is visiting
ON THE DIAMOND.
for the removal of Max Muller as
executor of the estate of John Toepper, with her brother Alva, who resides at
A Synopsis of What Has Been Done
deceased,deciding that he had not been Oakland, Calif.
in Base Balldom.
Mrs. Ernest Elliott of Portland, who
derelict to his trust. This is a matter
of much satisfaction to Mr. Muller and has lieen visitingin Medford, returned
Neuber A Taylor are endeavoring to
home last week.
pull off a game tietween the clubs rep-
his many friends.
Ashland and Grant’s Pass.
The golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs.
John Weeks was celebrated Tuesday ing for Ashland, where he will take up If they should succeed in getting them
together the contest will be for a con
evening in grand style at the residence his future residence.
of Dr. Hargrave of Phoenix, their
Ranse Rouse was indisposed this siderable sum of money. Both teams
son-in-law. The worthy couple were week, and J. R. Hardin has been are full of imported talent, some of
which is good.
the recipients of many congratulations tilling his place at Helms’.
At Grants Pass three games were
and best wishes, in which we join
J. H. Norris,the hardware merchant,
during the past week, to-wit;
enjoyed a pleasant visit with hih friends
July 4, Grants Pass vs. Central Point;
Sick headache absolutely and per living in Portland recently.
score 39 to 0 In favor of the former.
manently cured by using Moki Tea, a
Mcsdames J. F. Brown and Dr. July 5, Grants Pass vs. Berkeley: won
pleasant herb drinK. Cures constipa
tion and indigestion, makes you eat, Officer of Eagle Point were among by the Californians by 19 to2. July fl,
sl«4ep, work and be happy. Satisfac Medford's recent visitors.
Grants Pass vs. Eugene, 20to 8 in favor
tion guaranteed or money back. 25 cts.
J. F. Bashor, a popular member of of the home team.
and 50cts. Write to W. H. HooKKR
A Co., Buffalo. N. Y., for a free the 8. P. Co.'s corps at Grant’s Pass,
The Ashland nine won the game
spent Tuesday in Medford.
played on the home grounds Monday
Frank Manning, Leeds' postmaster,
J. F. Kelly went to Portland this Eugene, hands down. Score 12 to 1.
who was reported as having been
week, to attend a meeting of the see-
caught red handed with a lot of deer
The game scheduled, which was
tion employes of the 8. P. Co.
skins, has not been proceeded against
to take place on Neuber & Taylor’s
Dr. Jas. Braden of Gold Hill, the
as yet. Some are beginning to think
grounds in Jacksonville, between the
operator in mines, was
that the deputy game warden, who
local and Eugene nines, did not mate
claims to have made the discovery, is
rialize. The latter did not come to
T. M. Pletcher of Indianapolis, Ind., time as they agreed to.
simply advertising himself.
The celebration of the 4th of July at who has been visiting Dr. Pletcher, bis
Eugene was represented bran' ‘easy ”
Jacksonville was probably the hand brother, left for home a few days ago. nine, who fell down every time they
L. C. Smith and T. Moon were down
somest in the State.
crowd was in attendance, the parade from Gold Hill Monday. The latter
The Berkeley club was the warmest
was magnificent, the exercises of a nigh has just returned from Sherman coun
order, and the amusements quite in ty.
combination that ever connected with
teresting. Much credit is due Geo.
Miss Prudence Angle left for the the ball in Southern Oregon. It dis
E. Neuber, who did most of the work.
handed at Granta Pass, some ot tile
The only accident which marred the north Sunday, and will pass her vaca players joining northern clubs.
4th of July celebration befell Mias
The game at Ashland July 4th be-
Myrtle Sutton. She was riding in a City.
Rev. A. Haberly has returned from tween the home nine and one from
float during the parade, and while in
front of the U. S. Hotel she either fell his eastern trip, accompanied by his Siskiyou county was wou by the
or was thrown to the ground, striking family. His heal th is rapidly improv former—fl to 10. It was ao interest
on her head and side and sustaining ing.
several painful injuries. It was a
Warner A. Root, representing the
narrow esca|>e from more serious re-
A VALUABLE MINE
| Mining and Engineering Review of
“The way to good reputation is to 1 San Francisco, spent Monday in Med Jumped by New York Parties—An
endeavor to be what you desire to ap ford.
Interesting Suit Promised.
pear.” That is precisely th«' manner in i Stillman George has been visiting
Ray a few days ago returned
which Chamberlain’s i'ough Remedy
He is from Diamond creek, Curry county,
has gained its reputation as a cure for his siBter. Miss Carrie George.
coughs, colds, croup and whooping in the employ of theS. P. Co. at Wood where he has been looking after the
cough. Every bottle that has ever burn.
interests of the London syndicate he
beeu put out by the manufacturers has
H. S. Reed, the well-known operator represents. They have a promising
been fully upto the high standard of
excellence claimed for it. People have in mines, is being visited by his wife quicksilver mine, and tive men are
found that it can alwavs he depended and daughter,who live at Los Angeles, employed in developing it. Mr. Ray,
upon for the relief and cure of these
who is an authority on cinnabar, hav
ailments, and that it is pleasant nnd Calif.
safe to take. For sale by City Drug
J. H. Mitchell was called to Etna, ing had twenty-live years; experience
Calif., yesterday by a telegram an with that mineral, pronounces the
nouncing the dangerous illness of Mrs. ore that Is being mined of a superior
FINE SHOE WORK.
quality. Complications have arisen,
however, a New York company, rep
E. S. Winkler of Medford, who is an
F. K. Deuel, the well-known mer resented by Col. Crawford, who sub-
expert shoemaker, wishes to inform the
citizens of Jacksonville and vicinity chant, has gone East, to lay in a large bmded the property, seeking to be
that he is prepared to do all kinds of stock of goods for this and the Ashland come possessed of it by relocation.
work in his line at reasonable rates. markets.
He makes a *i>ecialty of repairing tine
Jos. Book has returned from Port the syndicate whom he repre
shoes, and guarantees satisfaction. His
shop adjoins Eades' store, west of the land, where he attended the funeral of sents will; have no trouble in
R. R. V. R. A Co's, track.
his aunt, Mrs. Watson, who died at maintaining their rights and ejecting
Crawford and his associates, A biz
LAND FOR SALE.
• Miss Emma Reed, who is teaching law-suit seems to be certain, as both
A good stock ranch, on Antelope, 14 school in Flounce Rock district, visited sides are on their mettle.
miles from Medford and 12 miles from in Medford and Jacksonville Friday
Central Point, containlug 15«0 acres and Saturday.
Need More Help.
of grating and farming land; price ill)
J. McKinney, a prominent banker
an acre. Seventeen hundred acres ly
Often the over-taxed organs of di
ing under the Jackson county Im and politician of Aledo, Ill, stopped
gestion cry out for help by dyspepsia’s
provement Company's ditch: at ifl per in Medford Friday, to visit J. E. En- i pains, nausea, dizzines-, headaches,
acre. Eighty acres' of orchard land, yart.
He was accompanied by his I liver complaints, bowel disorders.
adjoining Jacksonville: at »10 an acre.
are much pleased with I such troubles call for prompt use of
For further particulars apply to
,, . i ■ Dr.
this section, an<l may itecome residents , are gentle, thorough and guaranteed
W illiam B ybke ,
Jacksonville Oregon. of it in the near future.
* to cure. 25c at City Drug Store.
Rothermai, 1 f
Myers, 2 b...,
Dow, 3 b.........
Isaacs, c f ...
Morrison, r f..
Nunan, s s...........
Ulrich, r t...........
Donegan,P, p ...
Helms, 2 b.........
Robinett, 1 b....
Brown, c f...........
Robley, p and 3 b
SCORE BY INNINGS.
1 2 3 4 5 fl I 8 0
Medford............... 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 1 »—Or
Jacksonville.......... 0 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 0-C
Max Muller, county treasurer, gives
notice that there are funds in the
county treasury for the redemption
of outstanding warrants protested
from Sept. 2, 1899, to October 25. 1899.
both dates inclusive. Interest on the
same will cease after June 4, 1902.
A NEW ESTABLISHMENT.
Will. McDaniel has opened a neat
cigar, confectionery and iritt store in
Ryan’sbuUding,Jacksonville. and keeps
a complete assortment of the best of
everything in hie line. Standard
brands a specialty. Give him a call, fo
I e will treat you well.
ESIGINE FOR SALE.
A three-horse engine with boiler, ir,
good condition, can be obtained at a.
bargain by applying at Gault & Cook’»
machine shop, Medford.
Are there any more railroads l!se the Denve:
& Rio Grand,- and Rio Grande Western. Per
haps. Possibly — but hardly any io compart
with the maKoidcent scenic attractions an
the unequaled triple dally train service or the
Rio Grande Route. It Is the only route pass-
tog directly through quaint ano picturesque
Salt Lake City Through Sleeping and Dining
Car Service to Denver, Omaha. Kansas City,
St. Louis or Chicago Personally conducted
excursions every week. For literature, time
tables, rales or information apply to J. D.
Manslield. General Agent, 124 Third St.. Port!
land: Geo. W. Heintz, Assistant Genera*
Passenger Agent. Salt Lake City.
Z ana —S mith —In Jacksonville, July
7, 1902, Firmin Zana and Mrs. Ar-
E vans —N usbaum —At Central Point,
June 30. 1902. by A. S. Jacobs, J. P.,
Thos. Evans and Miss Augusta Nus
C arlock — T yrrell — At Ashland.
July fl, 1902, by Rev. G. W. Nelson,.
G. R. Carlock and Miss Erla Tyrrell.
S echrist — M oulty — At San Fran
cisco, June30, 1902, by Jxev. E. If.
Avery, D. D., Dr. Chas. .1. Sechrist,
formerly of Phoenix, and Adele C..
B rophy —On Wagner Creek. Julv 4,
1902, to Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas bro-
phy, a son.
W ill —At Ashland, July 5. 1902, to
Mr. and Mrs Carl H. Will, a daugh
A dams —At Ashland, June 30, 1902,
to Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Adams, a
N ef . lf . y — At Merlin, June 2fl, 1902, to
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Neeley,a daughter.
R ufley —In Woodville Precinct, June
30, 1902. to Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Rufley, a son.
R owe —At Moonville, July 5, 1902, J.
K. P. Rowe; aged 70 years.
C onner —At Salem, July 3, 1902, of
consumption, Alice Gertrude, daugh
ter of John Conner, proprietor of
Hotel Willamette; aged 22 years, 3
months and 5 days.
GODFREY—In Portland. July 1, 1902,
T. E. Godfrey; aged 53 years, 4
months and 23 days.
is the cause of more discomfort than any other
ailment. If you eat the things that you want,
and that are good for you. you are dUtreked.
Acker's Dyspepsia Tablet« will make your <li-
geNtiou perfect and prevent dyspepsia, and it«
attendant disagreeable symptom*. You cau
safely eat anything, at any time, if you take
one of these Tablet« afterward Sold by W.,
druggist« under a positive guarantee. 2.X etw.
Money refunded if you a»- not «attatied. Send
to us for a free sample. W. H. H oukik A Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y.