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An Elegant Line of Low Quartered Shoes for Men and Women Nice Line of Spring and Summer Suits for Men Remember that we Keep a Full Line of Dry Goods and Groceries. New Supply Co., West Main Street HOME SOLD We will redeem your lands and perfect your titles for you, if you can not do it your self. See us before you lose all you have ac cumulated in vour years of work. Security Saving & Trust Com pany. (S the best f Remedy m For all forms of /RHEUMATISM I ■ Lumbago, Sciatica, Gout, Naural- B I #ta,KUn#* Troubl.*, Catarrh and B I 11 Asthma B I 5-DROPS” 1 1 «.8TOP ™E pAIN ■ I Qlv°8 Quick Relief « I l!.'*** Llis aches aud pains m_ I I “actsahn 'V'i a»d muscle* R 1 tl^exo .Z nV ’ ° "7* 10 • Deet roy s HI ■ s»r« »Z rll! at'Mi R»d la uulek. B I otherZ V, iu results. No R I •'« onV^V1- I I S0LD BY druggists I : I l»*d^uDimPi'7* V°*U1?- or fu,nt R ■ obtainat ia i„ 7l)t 0 l’rlce if n°t R ■ Jlu lu yuur locality. ■ m IWANSON RHEUMATIC CURE CO. M CWca4tr**1 GRAND JURY FINDS S4 INDICTMENTS To the Honorable J, M. Carter, Circuit Judge:— We, the Grand Jury of the July 1913 term of the Nevada County Circuit Court beg leave to submit the following report: We have examindd 82 witness es and have returned 81 indict ments. We have returned indictments in every case where, in our judgement the evidence would warrant us in doing so. We find a disposition on the part of a great many witnesses to withold information that would be very useful to the Grand Jury in ferreting out crime that should be brought to light, and especial ly in trying to deal with ihe boot leggers and people who sell whis key unlawfully. We would recommend that the better citizens in tne cominum ties tai e this matter up between now and the next Grand Jury and assist in having these violat ions brought to justice. We have made an |svamination of the public records of the coun ty and find them neatly and well kept. We have not made a close in spection of the accounts of the collecting officers of the county but have relied mainly on the re port of the Commissioners ol Ac - counts who have recently made? their report. We find that all of the Justices j of the Peace and Constables have filed their report as required by law. We also find from the report of road overseers that the roads are in reasonably good condition. We appoint a committee to make an investigation of the Poor Farm which they found in as good con dition as the building in which they are kept will admit. We found four inmates, one white and three colored. We would recommend that the County Judge take immediate steps to put the new farm recent ly purchased, in proper condi tion to have these subjects re moved to better quarters before the winter months. We found that the County Jail is kept in a sanitary condition and that the prisoners therein are well fed and cared for. We found the building in very good shape, except the northwest corner, which is very badly j cracked. We would, therefore recommend an immediate inves tigation and the proper repairs made. We have received information I that the special fish law for Nev ada County has been violated by a great numbei of citizens. We have been informed and have reason to believe, that a great per cent of these violations has been advised and honestly beli eved that it was not a violation of the law to catch fish with seins and nets, and for this reason up on recommendation of the Pro secuting Attorney we have decid ed not to return bill of indict ment against any of those part ies, but we recommend the strict enforcement of this law in the future, and that all parties how ever great the number may be, who violate this law in the fut ure, be proceeded against uy all officers whose duly it is to in force the law. From our investi gations we find that a great many minor offences are brought be the Grand Jury that should be investigated by the township offi cers and to greatly reduce the expenses of this body we suggest that the officers be more punct ual in investigating these petty offenses. J. O. SITZMAN JEWELER AND OPTICIAN I Invite your attention to special prices on watches, 20-year gold filled cases ElguTand Waltham, 18 size. : 7*Jewel 20 year gold filled ease___$ 8.50 15-Jewel 20 year gold filled case.... 10.00 15-Jewel B. W. Raymond 20 year gold filled case_18.00 17-Jewel 20 year gold filled case_ 12.50 17-Jewel G. M. Wheeler 20 year gold filled case_14.50 17-Jewel B. W. Raymond 20 year gold filled case_ 20.00 19 Jewel B. W. Raymond 20 year gold filled case_29.50 21-Jewel 20 year gold filled case_35.00 23-Jewel 20 year gold filled case.. 50.00 21-Jewel Bunn Special Hamden 20 year gold filled case 30.00 21-Jewel Hamilton 20 year gold filled casa_.30.00 21-Jewel Sangamon 20 year gold filled case_40.00 YOUR. REPAIR WORK GIVEN SPECIAL AT TENTION. In regard to our special in structions from the court in re ference to the sale of Cigarettes and Cigarettes papers, this in formation came to us too late to be investigated at this term of the court, and would suggest that this matter be promptly re ported at the convening of the next Grand Jury. In conclusion we desire to thank your Honor for courtesies extend ed our body by you. We desire also to thank the officers of the court for their kind and court eous tretament extended to us. Having completed our labors we now beg to be discharged. J. U. Brown Clerk, T. R Wright Foreman. Look out for malaria. It is seasona ble now. A few doses of Prickly Ash Hitters is a sure preventive. Get ready for planting the tur nip patch. The rutalagos should go on in July. To produce good turnips the soil must be fertile. It is little trouble on most farms to make the turnip patch rich, for there is usually a sufficien cy of well decomposed animal manures on the place for this purpose. Turnips planted late may be sown broadcast, but those planted during July and August should be planted |in rows so that the grass and weeds can be kept down until the turnips get a start. — . SO MANY PEOPLE DIE OF BLOOD POISON A little scratch on the hand a splinter or small abrasion of the skin is often fatal because the poisonouB germs start the infection. That’s where Hunt’s Lightning Oil comes in handy as an ap plication on the abrasion, kills all germs which may have lodged there, thereby preventing infection and death. It pay* to keep this remedy in the home, especially where there are children. All drug stores in 25c and 50c bottles.