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LIST OF PROPERTY
SOLD FOR TAXES
By Sheriff Rader—To Whom it Be
longed and Who it Was Sold To.
position who owes her health to the use of
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“D ear M rs . P inkham : — I suffered for Severn I yean- with general
weakness and bearing-down pants, cause d !v worab trouble. My appe*
tite was fitful, and I would lie awake fcr Louis, ct.d :uld not sleep,
until I seemed more weary in the morning than v.ht n I retired. After
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E. Pink ham’s Vegetable Compound, end I rm eo glad I did. Noone
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besides building up my general health, it drove all disease and poison
out of my body, and made me ftcL as tpry and active as a young girL
Mrs. Pinkham’s medicines are ceitaiuly all they are claimed to be?’ —
M rs . M. E. H ughson , 347 East Ohio St, Chicago, Ill.
Mrs. Pinkham Tells How Ordinary Tasks Produce Displacements.
Apparently trifling incidents in women's daily life frequently produce
displacements of the womb. A slip on the stairs, lifting during menstruation,
at inding at a counter, running a sewing machine, or attending to the most
or unary tasks may result in displacement, and a train of serious evils is started.
The first indication ox such trouble should be the signal for quick action.
Don't let the condition become chronic through neglect or a mistaken idea
that yon can overcome it by exercise or leaving it alone.
More than a million w oien have regained health by the use of Lydia E.
Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound.
If the slightest trouble appears which you do not understand
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Mrs. Lelah Stowell, 177 Wellington
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is, and I now enjoy the best of health.”
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable
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the original letter« and »¡guatare« of
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L.v’t v 4 |ww» th»>îr aliKolnU» trenn inenem.
FARM FOB SALE.
Farm for Sale.
Tiie well-knoau Granpner Ranch,
on Sterling creek, over 800 acre*. Fine
timber and slock range, 150 acres in
eu'ivt'ior. Some of the richest
pia--ei - ia Southern Oregon. AU pat
ent d ,i nl » aries mineral right.
A p'y ’<>
B arf > t & M onrob ,
233 Sia k it., I* itland, Or
Eight; acres of land, in Meadows precinct
black loam, part in cultlvatloa, all 'encea
watered by two fine springs. 4% milt, from
school, 30 miles from Gold Hill, Tllle per-
feet. »Vill be sold at a bargain.
Apply for further particulars to
SILAS J. DAY,
Beal Estate Agent, Jacksonville. Or
1 you have headaches, tongue is coated, bad
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I not all o£ these symptoms,
I then some of them? It’s
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At City Drug Store, Jacksonville
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twp 34 s, rie, 160 acres, to Jackson
county. 86 94.
Break, F, no } of nw } sec 36, t.vp 35
s, r 3 e, 40 acres, to Jackson county.
Breyman, O, nw } of nw) sec 36,
twp 35 s, r 3 e, to Jackson < ounty,
Brown, J L, w } of sw } sec 22,
and ne } of se } ot ne } sec 21, twp 34
r I e, 160 acre«. 810 32.
Clark, —, sw } of nw } and n J of nw
} of sw } sec 16, twp 35 f , r 3 e, 60
acre«, to Jackson county. 84 42.
Engleman, D W, e 4 of sw | and nw
} of sw I sec 33 and nw } ot sw } sec 31,
twp 34 s, r 2 e, 160 acres, to 0 II Ilay.
Evans, Mrs M E, all of sec 36, twp
33 9, r 1 e, 640 acres, to Jackson coun-
8y. 841 30.
lliginbotbain, L M, w } of ne } sec 4,
twp 35 s, rie, 10 acres, to Jackson
county. 84 42.
McAuley, A, n A of sw | and ne } of
sw } and sw } cf nw | and se J of se }
sec 36, twp 35s, r 3 e, to Jackson coun
ty. 814 75.
Rodney, L U, all of sec 39, twp 36 s,
r 3 e, 640 acres, to C R Ray. 834 31.
& Rodgers, 10
acres in sw} of sec 22 t.wp 39 s, r
1 e, to G. W. Trefreo. 68 cc nts
Canthers, W, Medford, lots 11
and 12, blk 39, to Jackson Co. #3 27
Cotton, J P, net of net,sec31. twp38
s, r 1 w, 40 acres, to Homy Derby.
Eddy, M, 1 acre off of me end
of C S Price land, sec 14, twp 39,
r 1 e, to Jackson county. 84 43.
Furry, S (.), ne} s>c 28, twp 39
s, r 1 e, 160 acres, to Jacksen county.
Green, II, railroad addition lots
27 and 28, blk K, to Jackson ciunty.
Hamilton estate, nw} of ne},
and 13 2-3 acres ne corner of nel-4
of nw}, sec 22, twp 38 «, r 2 e, 53 2-3
acres, to Jackson county. 82 95.
De ckersmlth, J H, 1 acre off of
south side of land as follows:
Beginning at a point from which
Farlcigh, J, lot« 4 and 5, blk 4, tu M
ne corner of wt of set of see 5, twp J Dahack. 80 73.
39 », r 1 e, bears n 10.18 chs e 5.35 ch«,
Fox. G E, lot on B st, to Jaekson
thence west 6.50 chains, thence south county. 812 02.
6.50 chains, south 41 degree« east 37
Haonuru, J S', lot 7, blk 59, to Mis
chains, north 33 chains, east 3.25 W C Evan*. 84 21.
chains, north 37.12 chains to begin
Lyons, Mrs 8 J, lots 8 and 9, blk 16,
ning (less 4 acres sold to Wortman and to Mrs W C Evans. 84 57.
Weiss, to Jackson county. »3 37.
Rues, G B, land in die Nn 55, in see
Howard, Elmer T, beginning at the 2, twp 39 s, 2 w, 30 40 100 acres, also
ne corner of J K Leabo lot, thence lot 16, blk 14, to M J Dahack. <13 02.
n 50 feet, west along west line ot
Smith, E E, nw 4 sec 30, twp 36 s, r
Granite street 100feet west,150 s 5 deg 1 w, 160 acres, to C 11 Ray. 818 88.
100 feet east, 150 feet to beginning,
Waterhouse & Lester, i of lot 9,
to Jackson county, to 16.
all of lots 10 and 11, blk 15, to Mrs W
Hun<aker, A, Railroad add, house C Evan«. 84 94.
and lots 23 and 24, blk ?, to Irwin Da-
hack. »6 35.
Rummel, A, w| of ne } se : 1, twp 38
Hunt, A, south 12 1-2acres of d I c s, r 1 e, 80 acre«, to Jaekson county.
No 46. sec 3, twp — s, r 1 e, to Jaekson »8 85.
county. »8 88.
Loshmeil, Marie, Railroad add, lot
Boggs, H I, ne } of ne } of sec 16.
10, blk F, to Irwin Dahack. 12 12.
twp 38 s, r 3 e, 80 arre«, to Jackson
Lt ng, Mrs ll I, Coolidge add, Maio ccunty. 86 92.
street, tmu>e and lot No 34, to G W
Carr, C W and Mary, l<n 13 and 14,
Trc’ren. $14 59.
Belleview tract, to Jackson county.
Melius, R T, Railroad add, h use 82 00.
and bits 13 and 14, blk J, to G 8 But
Fallen, R, sw } of nw } sec 16, twp38
ler. »13 27.
s, r 3 e, 40 acre«, to Jackson county
Miller, Edward, Woolen add, lots 22, 83 68.
23. 24. 25 and 32, to Irwin Dahack.
Murray, Miss S, lot 5, s c 12, twp 39
s, r 1 e, to Jacksoa county. 82 95.
Million, Mrs S E, house and lot 5,
blk 12, to Irwin Dahack. »13 54.
Cliamlier«, Wm, ej of ne} aod sw} of
Mitche 1, T W, beginning at a point ne}, sec 14, twp 35 s, r 1 e, 120 acres, to
on we t bound try line- of d 1 c No 53, Jackson county. 89 08.
twp 38«, r 1 e, 5.70 chains south of
Geer, U J, se } twp 35 s. rie, 160
«aid citim, north 53 degrees, south acre«, to Cll Raj’. »10 03.
5.30 chains to Beir creek read, thence
Matney, 1 W.se } of sw } «ec 11, twp
south 40 degree*, east 1.12 chain«, 35 s, r 1 e, 40 acres, to W Von der Hel
^lienee north 10 degree«, 30 minut's, len. »3 54
Wetiel.J D, sw 1 of sec 36, twp 35
east 5.35 cha ns to creek, north 62 de-
gr<e«, west 1.90 chains to beginning. «, r I e, 160acr.s, to Jick«o 1 county.
6.80 acres. Railroad add, lots 21 and »8 85.
22, blk M, to Irwin Dahack. »7 37.
REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP.
McCall add, house ard
A Little Bay*» Life Saved.
lots 13 and 14, blk M. to Irwin D -
have a few words to say regarding
hack. »10 It.
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy. It
McBride, Mrs J A, Railroad add, savid my lltt'e boy’s life, aod 1 feel
lots 19 and 20, blk P, to Irwin Da that 1 cannot praise It enough.
1 ought a bottle of it from A.E. Sieere
hacir. »5 30.
McDonald, Emma G, el-2 ot swl-4 of Goodwin, S. D., and when I got
home with it the poor baby could
of nwl-4 of sel-4, sec 6, twp 39 s, r 1 e. hardly breathe. I gave the medicine
containing 5 acres, to Irwin Dalia-k. as directed every ten minute« until he
06. M»M i
“threw up,” and then I thought sure
Olden, H P, Pracht’s add. lot 54. he was going to clmke to death. Wo
had to pull the phlegm out of his
to Jackson county. 12 65.
mouth in gr at long strings. I am
Rice.norace,beginning at the Inter positive that if 1 had not got that
section of south line or boulevard and bottle of cough medicine my boy
east line of Walker avenue, thence would not be on earth today.—J.cl
Dement, Inwood, Iowa. F< r sale ty
si utli 34 chains, east 18 rods north City Drug Store.
27.33 chain«, north 56 degrees 15 min
utes, west 21 64 chains, sec 15, twp 39
Thrioe a Week World. *
8, r 1 e, 13 acres, to Irwin Daha'k.
The Thrice-a-Week World was a
Ryan, EC, Railroad add,lota 7 and 8,
success in the beginning and
b’k M, to Jackson county. »6 63.
steadily growing ever since.
Smith, John G, wl 2 of nel-4, and
sl-2 of swl-4,sec 16,twp 38 s,r 2 e,house Time Is the te't of all things, and has
and lot 6, blk 16, k-ts 12 and 13, b'k O, «et its s«81 of approval on this paper,
which is widely circulated in every
to Jackson county. »160 43.
and territory of the Union, and
Snider, E A, an undivided 4 of
there are people who can
tract beginning at ne corner of 1 >t 3,
tongue. The Thrice-
blk 20,thence north 64 degrees wot 72
ft s 10 deg w 105 ft, thence 64 deg a-Wcek World for the year 1903 will
east 43 ftet to west line of Water make its news service, if passible,
street, thence north 23 1-2 <l“gre<8 more extensive than ever. All events
east 100 feet to beginning, to E D of importance, no matter where they
happen, are reported accurately and
Briggs. »1 33.
S P D & L Co, R R add, lot 13, blk promptly.
The subscriber, for only one dollar
L, to Mary J Dahack. »2.12.
gets three papers every week
Stevenson, G W, w } of s e } sec 24
news and general reading
twp 40 s r 3 e, to L L Angle. »30 06.
real dailies can fi rnLli at
Walker, Mrs N, s e } of n w } sec 13
twp 40 b r 2 e, containing 40 acre«, to
absolutely fair n Its
M J Dahack. »2 35.
bias is never
Wallace, E H, R R add,lot 22 b k L,
to Jackson county. »2 65.
Walter, J S, beginning at nw co ner
of Gov. lot 1, sec 8,680 chains n 591
deg e 5.02 chains 11 31 deg w 5.10 ch«,
w 1.59 chains to beginning; containing r p •rt.s and other features '<f interest.
Its regular subset!, ti n price Is only
1 90 100 acres, to E 1) Briggs. S3 45.
♦ I 00 per year, and this pay. for 156
Williams, 8 11, begiunlng3 85chalos
w cf nw corner of d 1 c No 40, t wp 39 pap: rs We offer the Thrice-a-Wc« k
World and our paper one year for
9, r 1 e, west 8.91 chains s 12.45 ch tins »2.00. Tie e ul r «ub«eri|t!on price
n 33} degrees e 15.40 chains to br gin (>f the two papers is 82.50
ning; containing 5 62-100 acre«, !<• E D
Brigg«. »3 92.
Tried to Conceal it.
Young, Ella D, beginning at a p ilot
Ii'atheold -t >ry of "murdir wi 1
30 links n and 45 links e of sw corner out,’’ only i i Hi's case there’s no
of nw) of nw} sec 5, twp 39 a, r 1 e, c line. A woman feels run down, ha*
thence n 54 links w parallel to soc line backache or dyspepsia and thinks ¡c’-
14 80 chains to south line of Eddings nothirig and tries to hide It until she
ti .allv breaks down. Don’t deceive
st, thence 71 degrees e along s line of y urself. Take Electric Bitters at
said lot 9, chains s 19 degrees 45 min once. It ha« a reputation f >r curing
utes w 12 56 chains w 4 86 chains 11 be St onrw h, Li ver and Kiln<y trouhles
ginning, containing 8 acres,se • 5, twp and w 11 reviv fy v<nr whole sy?t m.
The worst firm« o’ those maladies
39 «, r 1 e, to Jackson county. »5 13. will quickly yhld to the curative
power of Electric Bitters. Only 50c,
Mid'jlnd, Max, se } of nw i of ae 1 6 and guaranteed by City Drugstore.
sec 16, twp 40 s, r 1 w, 10 acre«; to
Jackson county. »2 95.
McCrary, B F, se } sec 20, twp 40 g,
r 2 e, to Jackson county. »18 43.
For Infanta and Children.
Shepherd, W H,est, } Int in el of st}
(with G W Dunn), sec 23, twp 39 s, r 2
e, to Jackson county. »2 19.
Shepherd, W II, se } of se | sec 3,
twp 40 s, r 2 e, and nei of ne}, tec 10,
tp 40, 2eandsw dlajiofn } of 8 c I,
and s t of se} sec 28 and aw} of ne }
and w } of w } of ne | of ne } of ne }
(les« 32 acres sold); coitalriing 218
A large mare, eight years old,
broken to ride or drive, gentle and
acres, to J ick.-oi county. 813 45.
West, Julio, nw } sec 4, twp 39 8, r 4 true. Apply to this office for partic
e, to Jacks m c lun'y. »20 65.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bradley, I A, e } of ne } and ne } of
se } sec 22, and sw } of nw }, Fee 23,
Treasurer’s Fourth Notice.
Off! ’e of County Treasurer of Jack- )
son Couuty, Oregon,Jacksonville, )
January 9th, 1903.
Notice Is hereby given that then
are funds In the county treasury fe
the redemption of all ouistandiii
county warrants protested
March 8th, 1900, to March 27th.
1900, hath date« Inclusive. Inlcre-
on the same will cease after the abo
D. H. M iller , County Treasurer.
The Beat Citizen.
“Why are you forever patting the
farmer on tho back and picturing bhn
as a saint?” asks a city reader. We
are not patting anybody on the back,
and there are very few saints on earth.
A farmer can be just as mean as a
coal baron or a railroad magnate if he
wants to, though happily bls meanness
would not touch so many (>eople. We
do say that farm life gives a man and
his family the chance to develop in the
most natural and harmonious way.
The farmer who is true to his calling
and makes most of his advantages is
the best citizen in the country. We do
not Bay the richest or the most influen
tial in politics, but the best. Why,
there are some good folks who say that
when we demand the common rights
which belong to the farmer we are
preaching revolutionary doctrine! What
difference does It make what they call
It? The demand will go on!
C. A. Schauflo of Phoenix made us a
Ed. Riddle of Ashland spent Thurs
day in Medford.
N. O. Haskins of Rogue river was
among us Wednesday.
Dr. Piekel made Salem a short visit
the forepart of the week.
Mrs. Agnes Mattoon has returned
from her visit to Drain.
Dr. E. E Emmerson, is at Gold Hill,
on professional business.
Mrs. Horace Mann and Miss Blanche
Toft are visiting in Salem.
D. T. Lawton has returned from a
business trip to Portland.
John Sevedge has returned from his
visit in Quartz Valley, Cal f.
Dr. J. E. Shearer made Grant's Pass
Take Care of Your Tool».
a professional visit this week.
Implements not in use need shelter as
T. B Flowers, a thrifty farmer of the much as horses or cows or people. The
ancient custom of putting the wagon
Walla Walla valley, is with us again.
under a tree prevails on some farms to
W. I Vawter and Dr. E. B. Picket day; also the ancient custom of leaving
left for Flounce Rock precinct Thurs the plows against the field fence and
storbig the cultivator on the north side
of the barn or stable Is still practiced
Geo. Porter, the Beau Brummell to some extent. Is it any wonder that
of Ashland, has been visiting in Med such careless wastefulness entails com
parative poverty and superlative dissat
Al Bell, who has been visitingin Med isfaction with the things of this world,
ford, leaves for Montague, Calif., this political, social and economical? Re
member that in consequence of these
practices you have to buy twice as
J. S. Howard, the veteran civil engi many implements in a given time as
neer, who has been quite ill, is about would be necessary if they were prop
eriy cared for. and, besides, the work
with these would be better and more
I. M Harvey and Wm. Scheble of easily
Pooh Bah precinct were in Medford
If The Baby Is Cuttlntf Teeth.
Be sure and use that old and well-tried rem*
L. F. Jordan and S. W. McClendon dy, Mas. W iwsixjw ’ s S oothirg S ykip ter
teething. It soothes the child, soft
of Gold Hill, the ruining experts, are in children
ens the gums, allays all pain, cures wlndcolio
beat remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-
dvecents a bottle.
C. Pitzer, of Willits, Calif., is visiting
with his daughter, Mrs. John Barker
To keep the sheep in good condition
they should be fed some kind of juicy
Dr. C. R. Ray and his family have food. Chopped |*otntm s nre excellent.
Sheep are often neglected in the mat
gone to California, where they will visit
ter of water supply, but they need and
for a few weeks.
appreciate p!< • of water as well as
Mrs. A. L. Harvey and Mrs. W. V. do other farm auitnals.
Ewes with lambs at their sides should
Stickei of Gold Hill were recent visi
be fed with a safe grain ration, such
tors in Medford.
as one eonqH>«ed of live parts oats, one
W. H. Barr has returned from a trip
part peas, two parts corn, giving a
to his mines, located in southwestern pound of this mixture to each ewe.
An Item In Ice Packln*.
'Squire Purdin went to Grant's Pass
Thqrie who put up only a small quan
Thursday, and may extend his trip to
tity of ice find it wastes faster by melt
S-rlem and Portland.
ing than by use nnd that the cracks
I. Hu mason spent Tuesday night in and crevices between the blocks grow
Gold Hill, on business connected with wider as the sawdust dore not closely
his mining interests.
incase the Ice. If the spaces between
J. A Whitman wsa in Portland, this the blocks are filled with snow at the
week and took a look at the legisla time of packing, it will freeze into •
solid mass thai will last longer, re
ture before returning.
marks 11 fanner
Dr. Jas. Braden of Gold Hill, the
well-known operator of mines, was in
Medford during the week.
H. A. Heppner, a manufacturers'
agent, who has offices at San Francisco
and Portland, is in Medford.
Mrs. Bessie Carltcn of Eagle Point is
visiting in Roseburg, the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Paul Van Scoy.
Mrs. J. A. Norman of Ashland, who
has been quite ill, Is being visited by
her mother, Mrs. E. D. Rose.
J. D. Heard has gone to California,
aod will look after his interests at
Chloride, A. T., before returning.
W. F Isaacs has gone to San Fran
cisco, to buy a complete and up-to-date
stock of gents furnishing goods.
Rev. R. McKillop of Ashland has
been in Medford, attending the meet
ings progressing at the Baptist church.
Mort Lawton is holding the position
of day clerk at Hotel Josephine,Grant’s
Pass, and giving general satisfaction
Jas. Stewart, whois in Salem, was
the Democratic candidate for reading
clerk of the lower house of the legisla
Dr. H Txivinson of San Francisco,
the oculist-optician, arrived in Med
ford todaj and can be found at Hotel
Prof. N. A. Jacobsand his family will
soon return from California, with the
intention of locating permanently in
Assessor Jones is in Medford to-day
He is getting ready to assess the coun
ty, and will make one of the very best
Mrs. Eugene Amann is being visited
by her mother, Mrs H. B. Marquis,
who ai rived from Crawfordsville, Ore
gon, one day this week.
Jas. Marlahan and Mr. Smith of
Quartz Valley, Calif., two of Siskiyou
county's most energetic citizens, are
in the valley, looking for a location.
A Perfect food Drink
Waverly, Tex is, write-: “Of a tin rn-
ing, when fi st, rising, I often IInd a
troublesome collection <>f phl<*giu,
wiili Ii produces a couch, and 1« v< rj
bird t,o dislodge; but a small q iant.i-
ly of Billanl’s Horehound Syrun will
at once dislodge It, and the trouble Is
over. 1 know of no medicine that Is
equal to it, and it is so pleasant t1
take. 1 can most cordially recom
mend It to all person«, needing a
UKdicine. for Ihroabor lung I roubles.’'
I’ “•>’ •?■> . *0 81 00 bottle at City
1 > l g «101 e.
Ts h^n-hy givnn Hint nil portions arc strictly
forbid'ci from ciiH iinj? or in any manner
tPospiiKshu* uf»on tho prejnlwcs < f the under
siuiiod For d*'Hrripit n fm. la»i» Me
f. >»i <•’U'it re«!ih*«|s Al! Ir« Npii‘«ers wi I
pimish'd in the manlier provided for in s« c i
tiuu I7W3 of the Crimiuul Code of Oregon. My ,
I ageulx have full charge of thia matter
C B. HOSTEL.
A Boarding and Day School for Girls.
MUSIC, ART AND ELOCUTION.
This Schoo! offers to girls l br< ac ar d i) orough education, combined with the advantages
of a healthful ai.d refined home. It ocevplea a large ard attractive building in the immediate
vicinity of the Citv Park The sanitary condition of tbe premiaea has been made s matlercf
special attention. The bed rhumb«-rs, claea and recitation rooms a a U rge and tnoroughly
ventilated; und tbe construction of the butld'ng is auch that every rocm Is open to tbe sunlight
The greatest care has been taken to provide all the Deceaaarv anointments of a weli-
equipped school, and to furnish every faelltty for trnluing pupils in the o Ml ajproved metboos
The alm of the school is to give thorough and wi ll-ctuered Instruction to girls and young
women, fitting them for college when that is desired, and to aid In ine cc-elcpment of tree
and womanly character.
The Fall term opens September IS, 1901 A faculty of twenty competent teachers ins urea
for children and young women that individual cure anc ins l rue tier rc<es«try to tbe best
There are four skilled teachers in the Music Department a lor speciallsta in Art and
Oartory, and native teachers in French and German
Provision la made for all athletic games suitable to women, as tennis, croquet, basket ball
bicycling and horseback riding A gymnasium, SOiluo feet, is in process of couatructtcn
which will Oder still mote oppertunit is for healthful exercise.
For Illustrated catalogue apply to
MISS ELEANOR TEB15ETTS. Principal.
DON’T STOP WORK
for a Sprained Arm, Ankle or Back
Buy a Bettie of
Rub in well and
YOU ARE GOOD ASNE’W
IT HAS CURED OTHERS, IT WILL CURE YOU.
Sutton's -i-iapshtt tie w nd-trfa! ljjtrorer of all forms of lnflammatlonin manor beaat
SOc and II per b>ttl« R K SUrr iN, sole proprietor and maoufacturenAahland Oreeoa
Fora'a at City Draj -»i >re. Jacasoovtils and by Dr J Hinkle CentraPoint
THE SOUTHERN OREGON STATE i
Full Faculty; hdj iov< d building«-; exhaustive course of study;
each dff »rm« nt till«d by a specialist. Latin and Economics added
for t lie b< r>« fit of tin sc preparing to teach io Higb i’chot la; tut are ot>-
U< na'. »2(0 ir. Cash Prizes for excellence iu oratory and athletics
Expenses Jiglii; social conditions ideal. Send for catale^ue.
B. F. MULKEY, President.
CLIFFORD THOMAS. Secretary.
SOUTH AND EAST
Southern Pacific Co.
Trait.s ieave Medford for Portland ;
and way stations al 4:21 a. m. aud
5:52 p. m.
Kansas City....... 1
Ar Los Angeles. .
Ar El Paso.........
Ar Fort Worth...
Ar City of Mexico.
Ar New Orleans..
Ar Washington ..
Ar New York ....
Puri laud. ...
Medford ... .
Of anv Town-Lip lu the
Roseburg Laud District.
Prepared foi Filingou Home
stead or Timber Claims.
•SrSpcclal At'.en.'ion given to
Matters in Oouoection with
the U S Land Offl-e.
FRANK E. ALLEY,
that makes vour
Opens Wednesday. September 1.
New Orleans aud Washington.
Connecting at San Francisco with
the several steamship lines for Hone>
lulu, Japan, China, Philippines, Cen
tra! and South America.
See agent at Medford station, or
R B. MILLER, G F. A P. A , ;
Portland, Oregon. ■
In every town
may be had,
Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L- T.
Made from the choicest
fruits and cereals grown
Possesses a delicate flavor Pullman and
and aroma not found in
any other Cereal Coffee.
On both trains. Chair cir« Sacra
mento to Ogden aud El Paso, and
All grocers sell it.
tourist cars to Chicago, St. Louis,
E Ehwegen, son of the manager of I I
Medford’s branch of Weinhard Brew
ing Co., is visiting his father. He isou
his way from San Francisco to Valpa
Mr and Mrs. Lewis, who lately ar
rived from Bethany, Mo., are stopping
iu Medford. They have been making
their sou, who lives in Lako creek dis
trict, a visit.
Mrs. J. W. Manning of Klamath
county has returned home, after a
short visit with her son Cleveland, who
has been very sick. She returned
home Tuesday, finding that tbu youug
man was much improved.
Mr. Washburn of Springfield, a
brother-in-law of the late Wm. Butler,
visited Medford one day this week, ac
couipanied by his sister and her chil
dren, while on their way from Saw
yer's Bar, Calif., to Lune county.
Olin Whitman, who lately had one of
his knees dislocated by a fall while
crossing the railroad track, has the in
jured member in a plas'ercasl Dr.
Keene, the attending physician, is ol
tho opinion that the injury will not be
Saint Helen’s Hall....
C- St. F>. M. & O. Ry
J he peer of all flue traius be«
tween these laogr cities is the
For lowest rates, time of trains,
H. U SISLER
General Agent. 218 Alder RU Portland.
T XV. TKA.SDALE
Gen'l Passenger Agent, St. Paul Minn.
DR. B. A. LEAK
And Horse Dentist
Office on North C St.,
two doors above Simmons’
Second Hand Store.
Calls Attended L ay or Night
Charges Reasonable and Satis
Marks Bld..Roseburg, Or
PARK AND JVASHINGTON STREETS
Mrs. Laura. S. Webb
A. P. Armstrong, LL. B„ -‘tinclpal
A practical, progressive school, cons;>icuoua
for thorough work, with hundreds of graduate«
in positions as bookkeepers and stenographers.
Already proud of a high standing wherevet
known, it steadily grows better and better
Open all the year. Students admitted any time.
Private or class instruction. Learn what and
how we teach, aud w hat it costs. Catalogue free.
Vice-ProHiiìviit Hoii'im » IG-tno-
rrutic ClMiM ot Aiurtbem Ohio.
“I drt.'.ded the change of lilt which
wm fast approaching. I noticed Wine
of Cardui, end decided to try a bet-
I experienced sonic relief the
first month, so I kept on tJuig it fc-r
three months and now I menstruate
with no pain and I shall take it off and
on now until I have passed the climax.'*
Female weakness, disordered
menses, falling of'the womb and
ovarian troubles do not wear off.
They follow uwon an totbechange
of life. Do not wait but take Wine
of Cardui now and avoid the trou
ble. Wine of Cardui never fails
to benefit a suffering woman of
any age. Wine of Cardui relieved
Mrs. Webb when she was in dan
ger. When you come tothe change
of life Mrs. Webb’s letter w.l' t
mean more to you than it docs
now. But you may now avoid the
suffering she endured. Druggists
sell 81 bottles of Wine of Caidui.
—------------- Boar-« ot Director«-------------- -
D. P. THOMPSON, PRESIDENT
D. SOLIS COHEN
DAVID M. DUNNB