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^CENTRAL POINT NOTESj
A WORD TO FARM TOILERS.
Elvln Hays line become a resident of
Miss Gertrudo Johnson is visiting in
Miss Inez Kitchin of Ashland is vislt-
J. A. Thomas of Pooh Bah was with
Notices for the location of placer
with friends living in Jacksonville.
and quartz mines, etc., up-to-date R. Varney, state missionaries, will us Wednesday.
commence a revival at the Baptist
and complete, for sale at this office.
Mr. Briggs, tho druggidt, anil H. W.
Chas. II. Pierce of Ashland has gone
Cui. Larrabee, the Montana capital- church next Thursday evening.
Grimes visited in Medford Friday.
to San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Patrick of Ash
la’, has been in Southern O.ejon sev
Harry Langell has gone to Klamath
Sheriff Rader was in Medford Thurs
The Home Friend of the
eral days, inspecting the pr. jKity in land were the guests of A. 8. Jacobs day on official husiness.
county, to visit his brother Arthur.
whhh he Is ioterrsted with H. S. la«t Monday. Mrs. Patiick is a
Farmer and His Family.
Ezra Arnold and W. H. Sherid of
Miss Hernice Cameion made Jack
Reed and J. D. Fletcher. lie speaks grandaughter of Mrs. A. 8. Jacobs.
sonville a visit Thursday.
After the laborsand toils of the summer time,
well <>( the miniug prospects of this
Ti e result of the Pe iple’s caucus
Mrs. Creed of Central Point was a; E. G. Roberts and Mrs. Lulu Perry and harvesting of crops in the early autumn,
held last Fiiday evening was the
many of our farmers, their wives, daughters,
were in Medford Thursday afternoon
Medford visitor this week.
and sons, find themselves in a condition of
The Cuba Mining Co., which recent nomination if the following named
Mrs. J. M. Cronemiller and Miss Em health demanding careful attention if suffering
Mrs. H. K. Cross of Grant’s Pass has
ly purchased the Sunset gr< tip of persons for town < fticers: Trustees,
ma Helms spent a few hours in Medford is to lie) avoided later on. Many experience
c'aiui«, In the Blue River mining dis J. W. Merritt,Eli Mayer,Geo. Perkins, been visiting in Medford.
kidney trouble in some form; with some the
Road master Donnell came up from Friday.
ti i. L fihd a deed to five cl .iius which M. 8. Welch, W. .1. Freeman; record
liver is torpid; there is biliousness, nau.ea, and
Grace Eaton and Bessie Howard vomiting, with loss of appetite and depression
were r<c nlly purchased—the Maudi *, er, A. S. Jacob«; marshal, Bart Pat Grant’s Pass this morning..
spirits. 1 iiousands who have lieen exposed
Da e, Cttl a, Cuba No. 2 and Cuba No. rick; street commissioner, II. Corum;
H. G. Wortman returned this morn came down from Jacksonville Monday, ot
to cohl, damp winds and tains while toiling in
3. TI e purchcse price given in tlie
ing on the northbound train.
tile harvest fields, now feel the twinges of
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Pelton of Sam’s terrible rheumatism; others run down by
deed is 81,<8»,000, which is largely fic ticket, nominated Monday, is as fol
T. A. Hammersly and his family
lows: Trustees, J. H. Gay,J. W. Mer were recent Medford visitors.
valley, as also Jas. Pelton, passed Fri worry, overwork, and irregular dieting, are
titious, no d >ubt.
tormented with the pangs of dyspepsia.
day in Medford
Miners’ liens, deeds to mines,water ritt, W. J. Freeman, W. C. Leever,
lo tlie thousands of run down, sickly, and
J. W. Grover of Eagle Point made
right locations and. other mining
Newman Moon and his mother were half dead men and women in faim homes we
blanks always on hand at this office. marshal, Lee Ingram; street com
in our town Wednesday, en route to recommend with all honesty and confidence
J. D. Heard has returned from a trip
tlie worker s friend, 1'aine’s Celery Compound,
Platinum is worth 819 per ounce and missioner, II. Corum; treasurer, G. S.
the only medicine that can quickly and fully
to the Josephine county mines.
t ic price is still going upward, owing Moore.
Geo. Stevens of Brownsboro and restore strength to the weak Uxly and vigor to
Frank King and Mr. Fay, the clover Chas. Duneanson tarried in Medford a tlie muscles. 1'aine’s Celery Compound tones
to lbs increased demand which is
Olwell Bros, have several girls em
commercial men, aro in our city..
tlie stomach: it removes poisonous acids from
bickid up by the manufacture < f in- ployed this week picking apples.
few hours Friday.
the blood which cause rheumatism; it feeds
e nde»cent electric lights, the prac
Tyson Beall of Pooh Bah was a
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Howland of the weak and diseased nerves and banishes
Mrs. I. C. Robnett spent a day at
southbound passenger Thursday.
tice of. chemistry and the manufac-
Grant's Pass have boon v ¡siting in Mod- neuralgic tortures; it purifies the blood and
Medford last week vj-itlng fiiende.
li.ri.ig <f scientific iis’iumcnte, in
gives true vitality and life. The use of 1’aine’s
Mrs. A. Hubbard, who has been con ford and Jacksonville.
Celery ( «impound in autumn means the estab
cluding X-ray machines. Four-fifths
siderably indisposed, is convalescent.
J. H. Brantner of Applegate made lishing of a ]>erfect physical vigor to withstand
t f the p’at'num supply of the world here one day this week, trading with
A. Hearn and O Dunlap, Phoenix us a call Thursday. Ills health is im the rigors of a severe winter.
come« from the Ural mountains, al-
merchants,have been in Medford lately. proving, we are pleased to say.
Mrs. N. P. Thompson has returned
Iho gli il was first found in South
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Weston of Gold
Lucius Lovo, who came over from
home from an extended visit with
A ne ica.
were Medford visitors one day Siskiyou county, Calif., during the
forchildrrn’a cloth« arc moat aarviccable. Th«v
color iackcta, coats, capta, ribbona, atockinga,
Tlie American Minimi Code, stand
«3 writ as dresses. No other dyes equal Dia
week, has since gone to Idaho.
ard authority on all subjects partain-
S. W. McClendon of Gold Ilill was
mond Dyes tn variety of uses* they never
M. Hanley is in town today, Ho has
i g to mining, wafer-rights, etc., is here one day this week, looking after
Messrs. Gault and Wiltnarth, the ma disappoint.
kept on hand at this offic*.
M e have a apecial department of advice, and
chinists, were in Jacksonville Friday,
his business interests.
will answer free any question* about dyeing.
per Butte creek.
sample of goods when pogtriblt
A ct mpiny has been formed for the
straightening out some engines.
Mrs. Dacy Stidham of Ashland
Direction book and 45 dyed samples free.
purp ire of developing and mining the
N. D. Young has gone to Salem, to
visited her daughter, Mis. I. J.
1MAMOND DYES, Burlington, Vt.
ledgts of the sacred stone jade recent-
through Mini ford Tuesday, on his way seek the pardon of his son, Geo. D.
Purkeypile, the first of the week.
ty discovered in the ruiniDg districted
to Grant's Pass.
Young, who was sent to the penitenti
I. C. Roboett, one rf our leading
8out hern Josephine counly. It is re-
ary for forgery not long ago.
p-irtel tl at a large b dy of the stone merchant«, left for the Willamette are in Medford, attending the good
C. L. Carr, who is engaged in mining Heroic Devot c : cf
has been found in that place. If the
in Foots crook district, was a Medford
An Indian Woman
Mr. Colwell of Tacoma, Wash., ac-
mines are successfully ojiened they
will be unique and of importance by companied by a party of timber lo-
E. P.—are in our midst, interviewing bly of Southern Oregon’s mining out
Melile Ijc. nius an Indian woman
reason Of the fact of their beiDg the cators, spent Tuesday in our city.
Is» mission. Vni’eouv« r,
only jade claims on the North Ameri
E. L. Moore, who is in the employ
has Just beco « warded the ur.tlal of
of th'e Hilt Sugar Pine Co. at. Coles,
Josephine county again, looking after the II yal Hui.mi . s >ci.ty by the
The Gilden Eagle Dredging Co., Calif., is paying relatives in this place known railroader, spent several hours
his mining interests. Southern Ore mayor of Vnncouv« r.
comp ;ed or San Francisco capital-' a visit.
Aiciiie Ilennlus. with her husband.
has not profited much by his debut
T. D. Stanley, who returned to
1st«, Is preparing to exploit the gold
Wm. F. Doran, who has been em
Chief Harry, their thr • children and
fields of Southwes’ern Oregon by ployed at the Iron Mountain mine Southern Oregon last year, has become here.
another W;mali. Kathie n, was going
Ben Beall of Pooh Bah was a recent from Sqmimlsh irfsi :i to th* ii.rd’
dredging. The field of operations during tlie past year, arrived here a resident of Medford.
Miss Akers is visiting her parents. visitor. He thinks that not as large an arm of Buzzard lulet on Nov. 30. 190!.
c >mpri.*-e< 940 acies of placer ground, Monday and will spend a few weeks
She arrived from Siskiyou county, area will be planted in grain this sea In a f.iibiig canoe. A sudden squali
nine miles from Port Orford, extend
son as usual, owing to the unfavorable upset the craft. Mollie’ s s b:is<>aud. who
ing several miles up Sixes river. Gold
Calif., one day this week.
had on a catridgc b. It and heavy rub
was first discovered "s early as 1857 in tertainment hereon the4ch fnst, un
Mrs. W. H. Simmons, who has lieen weather.
her boots. s;ink at once. The other
that district, »hich hw produced con der the auspices of the Epworth in San Francisco for soveral weeks, re
ivoumn scon followed.
siderably over 81,000.000.
Lately League, which was well attended and turned one day this week.
Gn tile lii'-'t sign of danger Meili.*
highly spoken of by all who were in
several hydraulic plants have been in attendance.
A Eisenhart, miller for A. A. Davis, A Correspondent Thus Describes the Indian mother. lutti gì lKp:*J li ì
stalled, which are showing Rood re
f Ul' - JJljiitha-ob
is being visited by his uncle and aunt,
Something That Will Do You Good. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Eisenhart.
baby In her
“I can strongly recommend llerblne
teeth by itsclo’.ò
as a medicine of remarkable efficacy
A. C. Merrill of Tacoma, who is as
We know of no way in which we
Walter DeVarilla of Grant's Pass, for indigent ion, loss of appetite, sour
sociated with J. B. Scott, G. St. John can be of service to our readers than the mining expert, was in Medford.
tast« in the mouth, palpitation, head
and others in several mines located in
ache, drowsluess after meal? with dis
of realg xd to them. For this rea Jacksonville and Ashland this week.
•*r children to
tressing mental depressions and low
Southern Oregon and Northern Cali son we want to acquaint them with
cling eaeli t > < •>
Miss May Phipps, who has been spit its. Herbiue must be a unique
fornia, is here lookiog after his mining what weconsider one of the very best
of her tdiouldr i >
interests. Speaking «.f the proposition remedies on the market for coughs,
?he‘ ■tarte»! Jo
to run a tunnel 3000 feet long through colds, and that alarming complaint, to resume her position in the public plaint. 1 wonder at people going on
climb the i.utst
croup. We refer to Chamberlain’s school.
suffering or spending their money on
ns the c : ii « m
Williams mountain, Josephine coun Cough Remedy. We have used it with
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Barnes of Grant’s worthless things, when Herbine is
■ lowly ■ h E k
ty, to develop the Champion mine, he such good results in our family so
procurable, and so cheap.” 50c. a
Soon the mast
says: We have already run in the long that it has become a household Pass, who have been visiting in Ash bottle
at City Drug Store.
tunnel 700 feet, which with a cross
cut of tWO feet gives us in all 1360 feet. haven’t any doubt but that ft has Wed nesday.
math the wa
time and again prevented croup. The
t< r?. which are
There ia more catarrh in this sec testimony is given upon our own ex ris place, is making a number of im
nt this po^it
tion of the country than all other dis readers, especially those who have provements that will considerably en-
over 300 feet
It appeals to you, when the fruit
eases put together, ard until the last
hangs ripe and sweet on the tree late
deep, and th«
always keep it in their hanse its value.
few years was supposed to be incura children,
in February, or early in March. Tlien
woman was left
ble. For a treat many years doc Camdep (S. C.) Messenger. For sale
A special train, having aboard the blossoms break our, and the tree«
absolutely <j a
tors pronoanted it a local disease and at Citv Drug Store.
Manager Koehler, Supt. Fields and are yellow with golden globe«, and
supported in the
prescribed local remedies, and by con
white with orange flower?. It may
officials of the O. & C. R R.Co., be
water with a
stantly failing to cure with local
that» flurry if snow has whitened
tarried in Medford Wednesday.
treatment pronounced it incurable.
the mountain topi, and then you have
Science has proven catarrh to be a
Prof. Geo. R. Carlock, the efficient
constitutional disease and therefore
forest. The air is full of sunshine,
garments of her
The Thrice-a-Week World was a
requires constitutional treatment.
and heavy with fragrance as night
H m II’ s Catarrh Cure is the only eon- brilliant success in the beginning and Medford W’ednesday, en route to Jack comeson, and then, if the moon is
clutched in her
ai>tu ion il cure on the market. Il is has been steadily growing ever since. sonville. to attend the teachers’ exami shining, you may hear at midnight
taken inti r.rally in duces from lOd'op*
through open windows the song of
•che had never
(<> a t< astwsii ful. It acts dire Uy on Time is the test of all things, and has nation.
the mocking bird in the scented
M. L. Pellett, the successful horticul grovo,
learned to swim,
the Ido« <1 and mucous surfaces of the set Its seal of approval on this paper,
and it never seemed so melodi
-jstern. Th y < tier one hundred d li which is widely circulsted in every turist, is fitting up one of the cosiest ous before.
having b-een born
ters for any case il fails to cure. Send state and territory of the Union, and houses in Southern Oregon. J. W. Ung
An experience like this is poss ble in the interior, nor could she then swim
f r lirculars aid teM itootiials. Ad
wherever there are people who can is doing the painting and paper-hang any winter, and it Is woith a journey so much ns a single stroke. Yet still,
F. J. CnENEY & Co.,
of a thousand miles while you can endowed by some superhuman power,
our mo* her tongue. TheThrlce- ing.
have it, by taking the scenic Shasta
Sold by druggists 75?.
Miss Bertha McPherson, who has Route i hrough the grand and pictur she remained in th sc icy waters for
a-Wtek World for tire year 1903 will
nearly an hour, supporting her chil
Hall’.-, Family Fills are the test.
make its news service, if possible, been visiting relatives and friends liv esque Siskiyou and Shasta mountains, dren and bravely struggling to reach
more extensive than ever. Al! events ing iu this section, returnod this week
formation about the trip, and descrip the shore. She kept the beads of all
of Importanc?, no matter where they to Sedro-Wooly, where she is engaged tive matter, telling at out California, above the water line, and It was from
happen, are reported accurately and in the millinery business.
may be had from any Southern Paci exposure that they subsequently died,
The old reliable business firm, the promptly.
fic Agent, or of
■nd not from drowning.
Seattle Auction»’ d Sale ft table', Inc.,
W. E. C oman ,
The tide, which waa running in at
cinct has been in Medford recently. He Gen. Pass. Agt. 8. 1’. Ct., Lindin
which holds special auction sales
time, kept carrying her farther
eveiy d ly and regular weekly auctions a year, gets three papers every week had an operation performed on his in
away from the shore, in spite of her
eveiy F'iday, n reive hordes 1 to 100 and more news and general reading jured limb while he was in San Fran
<>n consignment and advance all ship than mostgrest dailies can furnish at
struggles to reach it. and her fate, as
cisco, which was a successful one.
THE RED BONES.
ping charge«, »ud sell or. ci inmls i. n
well ns the fate of the little ones
or will buy your ho se« outright. If five or six times the price.
Claud Jones, a young man well and
have been sealed had not the lit
you have any number of lorses j<>u
The World is absolutely fair in its favorably known, has become interest Peculiar Claua of People Who Live tle sou of Mr. Philips, a rancher dwell
whh to di pose <f at the Seattle political news. Tart i->an bias is never
ed with John Barneburg in the man
market pii<*e. no matter bow far you allowed to affect Its news column.
"Have you ever beard of a class of ing on the shore some little distance
agement of the City Market.' They people called ’red bones?’’’ said a ■way, noticed the disappearance of the
are fr>mi the city, wrl e us full de-
In addition to all the news the will keep a complete line of meats of South Carolina man to a reporter the ■allboat and the remaining speck on
>c iptions and we will let you know
what tt e prices are and bow they are Thrice-a-Week World furnishes the the best quality, and spare no pains to other evening. “They are the most pe the water and directed his father's at
.«eHing. All corresp,indene1? promptly best serial fict'on, elaborate market
culiar people in the United States. No tention to the circumstance.
please the public.
N. T: J oi . liffb , Mgr.
Some delay was caused in launching
M. J. W alker , Auct.
Mrs. Jones, representing the Oregon one living absolutely knows the race the boat to rescue the struggling wom
1212 Western Axe. Statlie, Wash.
Children’s Hofae Society, is in South whence the original settlers came. They an by the state of the tide, which was
81.00 per year, and this pays for 150
ern Oregon, on business connected live very nearly on the boundary line then very low, so that It was fully an
You Know What You Are Taking
papers. Wc offer the Tlirice-a-Week
therewith. The following persons have between South Carolina and Georgia, hour before the perishing, but heroic,
When you take Grove's Tastelesa Chill Tonic, World and our paper one year for
hovause the formula 1» plainly pr.nled on every
been appointed a local advisory board: in the northwestern part of the first woman was rescued, still clasping her
hottie « bowing that it ia «Imply Iron and Qui 82.00. The tegular subscription price Rev. C. W. Myers, Mesdames Nash,
named state. They are very clannish, three precious children, the youngest
nine in a laaieleaa term. Fo Cure.No Pay. Sue of the two Daners Is 82.50
Heard, Davis, Pickel, Andrus and Don inlx very little with people not of their Mine minutes dead.
race and in a manner are quite thrifty.
A NEW ESTABLISHMENT.
In slavery times they owned slaves,
DeWitt'» Witch Hazel Salve.
visited the several summer resorts of The only positive cure for blind,
Notice in hereby given that 1 have
One w«8 pale and sallow aril the the southern mountains and In a way
Will. McDaniel has opened a neat
thiad»y sol i my interest io the Jack-
bleeding, ltd log and protruding piles,
son Count y Lumber Co. to E. King. cigar, confectionery and fruit store in other fresh and rosy. Whence the dif put on quite a little style. While I cat», burn», bruises, eizema and abra
Mr. King has assumed whatever in Ryan’s building, Jacksonville, and
have nothing but supposition to guide sions of the skiD. DeWitt’s 1 b the only
dent dnrs* I may he liable for on ac keeps a complete assortment of the health uses Dr. King’s New Life P»lht me, I am of the opinion that they are Witch Hazel Salve that is made from
count of Mid corporation, and will pay best of everything in his line Standard
he pure, unadulterated witch hazel-
brands a specialty. Give him a call, the lazy (irgaus thev compel good di descendants of the Basques of southern all others are counterfeits. DeWitt’s
C. E. H oopkr .
Da cd at Jacksonville, Jan. 16, 1903. for he will treat you well
them. Only 25c. at City Drugstore. a company of them served In Hamp Witch Hazel Salve is made to cure—
ct unterfeits are made to sell.
ton’s legion during the civil war and
FABM FOB SALE.
Reduced Rates tromthe East. bore themselves bravely at the first
Manassas. Their skin is of a swarthy
TRAP FOR SMUGGLES.
Toe «t-h-konwu Graupnir Ra’-cb,
resembling that of the Indian, but
on Sterling creek, over 800 acres. Fine precinc’, about Nov. 1, 1902, a roan
timber and stock range, 150 acres in steer, two years old, nobrands visible, tiuuing to April 30th,there wiil 1 k > low at that point all resemblance ceases, Dell Net Device tn Dr Erected Alons
cultivatior. Some of the richest long crop eff right cpr and short crop rates in effect from the East via the except it be that they are very hot of
Spurred thereto by "the losses sus
placers in Southern Oregon. All pat ot! left ear. The owner can recover Illinois Central R. R. to all Washing temper. 1 have often wondered why
ented and carries mineral right. the animal by proving property and ton, Oregon and Idaho points. If any the ethnologists of this country have tained through smuggling, the Italian
of jour friends or relat ives in the East
G. C. C'ULY.
B akfoot & M onroe ,
are cornin'.’ West while there rates not studied these people. Surely a government has determined to erect
Applegate, Feb. 2. 1903.
233 Stark St., Portland, Or.
are in effect give us their name and monograph on them would be highly In along the Swiss-Italian frontier many
miles of metallic netting covered with
address, and we w ill make it our busi teresting.”—Washington Star.
ness to see that they are given the
bells, says the Chicago Tribune. The
best possible service. We operate
A Critical Moment.
object is to prevent cotitrabandltfs
through pcrs< nally conducted excur
A man m:*.y be as cool as an Icicle sending over the frontier dogs and
sion cars, and in fact give you the under extraordinary circumstances of other animnls loaded with dutiable
I you have headaches, tongue is coated, bad breath, bowels con-
benefit of the latest conveniences danger or excitement He may pre
goods, a device which has proved prof
known to modern railroading. We
I stipated, bad taste in the mouth ? If
serve an even mind when a ghost itable to smugglers in the past, as it
I not all of these symptoms,
ti e Eist and the West, and are in comes into hie room nt midnight. He was carried out mainly nt night, when
I then some of them? It’s
po-ilion to give you the benefit of the may assume command and act nobly the guards could not see, the dogs of
I your liver.
best, combinations. Wiite u-and we and well when the ship is sinking. But course being trained to carry their load
will give you full particular«. B. II. let that man, let any man, upset his to the smugglers’ accomplices hi the
Trumbull, Coni’l Agent Ill. C< utral Inkstand, and he springs' to his feet, next country.
R. R., 142 Third St., Portland, Ore.
makes a desperate grasp for the Ink
The netting hns not as yet been car
the entire length of the frontier,
tlie table, daws after bls papers and but It will be extended shortly. No one
swoops them through the sable puddle can climb over It nor can parcels of
containing no mineral or
to save them, tears bls white handker any kind be thrown over, as It is too
For Infants and Children.
narcotic poisons. It will correct
chief from his pocket and mops up the high, and when It is touched the nu
luk with It and after he has smeared merous bells start clanging and attract
any or all symptoms, make your health,
The Kind You Have Always Bought the
table, his bauds and his trousers the attention of the customs officers.
appetite and spirits good. At druggists, 50 cents..
with ink as far as It could be made to
Experiments have proved that the
go discovers that early in the engage cost of the device will lie fully covered
ment he knocked the Inkstand clear off by the extra duties obtained from fier-
the table and it has been draining <ts sons who would otherwise escape, nml
life Ink away all that time in the cen in the course of time a profit will be
ter of the only light figure in the pat realized by the government.
tern of the carpet. Then be wonders
why a man always makes a f-ol of
himself when he upsets a bottle of ink. ■
He doesn’t know why. Nobody knows
Why. But every time it is so. If you
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don’t believe it, try IL
A Boarding and Day School for Girls.
DON’T STOP WORK
‘‘Just in the nick of time our little
boy was raved,” writes Mrs. W Wat-
kins of Pleasant Ci’y, Ohio. "Pneumo
nia lad I'liyedsad havoc with him,
and a terrible cough set in be-idcs.
Doctors treated him, but he grew
worse evt*ry day. At length we tried
Dr. King s New Discoverv f»r Cun-
HtmptiOD, and our Harling was caved.
He s now sound, and well. Everyb d?
ou^ht to know, it’s the only surp cure
for Cough«, Colds and all Lung dheas-
O9’. G,,“rai‘t<‘ed by City D.uggist.
Price ;xA* and 81.00. Trial Bottles
Galveatou’» Novel Sobriquet.
Galveston lias Jong l>een known as
the “Island City” or the “Oleander
City,” but those terms are giving way
to the new name of the “Seawall City,”
and a letter addressed “Seawall City.
Tex..” Is ns sure of getting to its desti
nation ne if the name Galveston was
placed upon the enveb>pe, says the Gal-
veston News. As evidence of this Mr.
E. II. Young reived a telegram re-
cenfly wlih no other address, and It
went straight through without delay.
Buy a Bottle of
Rub iu well aod
YOU ARE GOOD AS NE'W
IT HAS CURED OTHERS, IT WILL CURE YOU.
Sutton'« Sa»n-iho, the w >a lerful ,introver of »il forms of Inllun-naHontn man or beast
60c and II per b»ttle. R K. SUITON. sole proprietor and tuauufac:urenAsiil*nd Orecon
tor ale at City D-Store. Jacssonviile. and by Dr J Hinkle ContraPoint.
THE SOUTHERN OREGON STATE
Opens Wednesday. September I-
Full Faculty; improvid building«; exhaustive ccurse of study;
each depart went filled by a necialist. Latin and Economics 80ded
for the benefit of those preparng to teach in HighBcbccls; tutare op-
tnnal. 8200 in Cash Friz»« for excellence in oratorj and athletics.
Expenses light; social conditions ideal. Send for catalogue.
B. F. MULKEY, President.
CLIFFORD THOMAS, Secretary.
Southern Pacific Co.
Trains ieave Medford for Portland
and way stations at. 4:21 a. m. and
. 5:52 p. m.
11:30 am I
that makes your
D r . B. A. LEAK
FRANK E. ALLEY, ,
And 1 rsc Dentist
Of any To*n-hlp in the
Roseburg Land District.
Prepared for Filiugon Home
stead or Timber Claims
Ba?“Special Attention given to
Matters in Connection with
the U. S. Land Offiee.
Office on North C St.,
two doors above Simmons’
Second Hand Store.
ttendid I ay 01 Night
Charges Reasonable and Satis-
M iss Ida. M. Snyder,
Great Rock Island
Trwutnrer nt rhe
Brooklyn Eaat Encl Art Clnb.
“ If wjnien would pay mor« attention to
their health vt would have more happy
wives, mothers and daughters, and If they
would observe results they would find
that the doctors* prescriptions do not
perform the many cures they are given
** In consultine with my druggist he ad
vised McEIrce’s Wine of Cardui and Thed
ford's Black-Draught, and so I took it and
have every reason to thank him for a new
Hie opened up to me with restored health,
and it only took three months to cure me.”
CARK AND WASHINGTON STREETS
Wine of Cardui is a regulator of the
menstrual functions and is a most as
tonishing tonic for women. It cures
scanty, suppressed, too frequent, irreg
ular and painful menstruation, falling
of the womb, whites and flooding. R
is helpful when approaching woman
hood, during pregnancy, after child*
birth and in cnange of life. It fre-
uueutly brings a dear baby to hoim's
that have oeen barren for years. All
druggists have 81.00 bottles of Wine
—-■ - Boaru of Directors ■■■ ■-------
D. P. THOMPSON, PRESIDENT
IX SOLIS COHEN
4 F amily L ibrary
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MANY SHORT STORIES AND
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DAVID M. DU^NB
Through Standard Sleeping Cars
daily betwe'n Ogden and Chicago
via the Scenic Line.
Through Standard Sleeping Cars
daily betwcoQ Colorado Springs
and St. Louis
Through Stindard and Tourist
Sleeping Cars daily between San
Franci c) and Chicago via Loa
Angeles and El I’a-o.
Through Standard Sleeping Cars
and Clair C;irs daily between
8L Paul and Chicago.
Be sure to sea that your ticket
reads via the
Great Rock Island Route
The Bost In Current Literatiirc
Through jiersonally conducted
Tourist sleeping cars between
Portland and Chicago once a
, week, and between Ogden and
Chicago three times a week via
A. P. Armk.*r<,ng. VI-. B.. Principal
A practical, progressive "school, conspicuous
for thorough work, with hundreds of graduate«
ia positions as bookkeepers and stenographers.
Already proud of a high standing wherevet L
known, it steadily glows better and better .
J pen all the year. Students admitted anytime. I
Private or class instruction. Learn what acd
how we teach, and what it costs. Catalogue free.
To Cure a Cold in One Day b
8:30 ä m
On both trains. Chair car« Sacra
mento to El Paso, and tourist cars
to New Orleans and Washington.
Connecting at San Francisco with
the several steamship lines for Hono
lulu, Japan, China, Philippines, Cen
tral and South America.
See agent at Medford station, or
W. E. COMAN, G F. & P. A.,
Uv~I’ort la DO . ...
f Lv Medford ...
The beverage insdo from FigpmnC Ar Ashland.........
Cereal u smooth, palatable and A Ar r San
nutritious. Because of the large
percentage of natural saccharine mat Ar Los Angeles. .
ter in figs and prunes, Figprune Ar El Pd-so.........
requires less sugar than any other Ar Fort Worth...
City of Mexico.
All Grocers Sell It. Ar
Ar New Orleans..
Ar Washington ..
Ar New York ....
In every town
may be had,
A Perfect Food Drink
At City Drug 8torej Jacksonville
T«*e Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets,
for a Sprained Arm, Ankle or Back
ITf Yew Lifter!
Saint Helen’s Hall ••••
Almonds and Raisins.
Nuts are the proteid kings among
fruits. It Is on them that the apes
maintain much of their vigor. Thus
the almond can be thoroughly masti
cated or else pounded or milled. It is
rich In oil as well as in proteid.
Almonds and raisins, which are so
often taken after a full meal, are,
like cheese, absolutely a complete meal
in themselves, so great is our ignorance
MUSIC, ART AND ELOCUTION.
about food values. It is said of the
almond: Nut cream is recommended uf This Schcol offers tn v .sat .»a<> ar., tt.orm.ph cc. <r.n. <cir.blBe<J with the »dvanupes
a healthful aLd retit’C'd hen «*. It occupl»*.- . l;.i/e at.u at*. ¿Ive tuildlUK ir. the n.n..diatr>
for brain workers. It Is made as fol vicinity
ot the Citv Park
the sanitary cond tlon of th«- pretufseg has been made a mstterrf
lows: Pound in a mortar or mince fine special attention The bed chambi is, class and recitation rooms a • i.:rse and tnorouehls
ver.milled; and the construe t ¡on ot the buildu r Is such that every room is men lotbe sunlicht
ly three blanched almonds, two wal
The greatest care has Been taken to prey'de all the necess r i rolr.ln ents ot a well,
nuts and two ounces of pine kernels. equipped school, ard to turi.isbevery facility i< . training pupils in n.r n cstat proved method«
aim of the school is to give thotcugh and uell-croered in-tree tier, to girls and vounc
Steep overnight In orange or lemon women,
titttng them for college when that is desired, and to aid n lai uettlormetl of true
juice, This cream should be made;
term opens September IS 1801. A faculty of twenty cot-ipc ter t teachers Ins urea
fresh daily and may be used in the for children and
young women that individual care an« lnslrucliot r e« « ss irv io the twet
place of butter. Milk of almonds is results.
There are four skilled teacbets In the Music IX-partment alor specialists In Art and
made of kernels finely minced, with Oarlory
, and native teachers in French and German
Provision is made for all athletic fames suitable lo women, a« tennis croquet taaket ball
boiling water added. Almonds roast-
and horseback riding A gymnasium. bOxtOl feet, is In proeess of construct ion
ed to the color of amber are delicious bicycling
which will offer still more opporlunit Is for heal.hfui exerctso
For Illustrated catalogue apply to
to eat with biscuits or bread and but
- MISS ELEANOR TEBBFTTS, Principal
ter. Grated In a nut mill they are good
to serve with any kind of stewed fruit
They are useful medicinally because
of their soothing and emollient proper
ties. They should always be blanched
in hot water, the skins being indigesti
The best and most reasonable Din
ing Car service.
For rates, folders and descriptive
literature w rite to
T. J. CLARK,
Th« Kind You Haw Alwys Bought L. B. GORH A M,
Trav. Pass. AgL
250 Alder St., Portland, Or.