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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1897)
The Ashland Advertiser.
nonarch of the Amateurs.
ASHLAND, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1897.
The Oregon Broncho for Japan.
A Valuable Fruit Paper.
i firing the Argentine flag. War l>ctween
The possibility of finding a Japanese these two South American countries ap
As fruit is rapidly becoming the lead
market foi the surplus horses ranging pears to be the inevitable outcome.
ing industry* of the Northwest, and-aa
over Eastern Oregon seems viewed in
this county can easily get to the front
Heavy Frosts Reported.
Japan favorably, savs the Oregonian.
ranks if the farmers will only take hold
There was a damaging frost at Water and push things, we have made arrange
W. A. M ears, of Portland, has received
a letter from a dealer in Kol»e, Japan, ville, Wash., last Wednesday night, ments to do far more than our share
making many inquiries in regard to the killing potato vines, which were in toward pushing the county forward in
mustang, or broncho stock of horses, bloom. Gardens are pai tlv ruined. Ice this respects and will do more if the
and asking what arrangements could be froze to the thickness of an eighth of an farmers will show’ the proper spirit of
made for shipping a large number of inch. Frosts are reported as having oc enterprise. There is now’ published at
them to his country. The writer was curred at Chewlah and other points in Portland, not only the most valuable,
explicit in his statemenss that a quality the northern part of the state.
but the only fruit paper in America
of horses corresponding to the broncho
which admits no reading matter to its
Indian Outbreak Ended.
columns except that relating to fruits—
Those who have traveled in Japan
The Cheyenne war scare that has pre their culture, care, marketing, etc., pre
state that their horses are much like the vailed in ¡Southern Montana for some sented in such a form by prominent
people, small, compact, sturdy and cap weeks past, is practically at an end, as fruit writers of the Northwest and Amer
able of existing on small fare. Japanese the two Cheyenne murderers, Yellow- ica that none can read and study it with
apparently have no use for the finer Hair and Sam Crow, have been arrested, out becoming proficient fruit growers.
breeds, either those fitted for draft ani ami the Indian chief has surrendered. We will give this fine 32-page paper
mals or riding or driving to light rigs. Troops at forts Custer and Keogh will free for one year to all subscribers of the
The vegetation for the brute creation is be withdrawn at once.
A dvertiser who will pay their back sub
severely competed for by the crowded
scription and one year in advance, or to
human race, and horses, like other ani
new subscribers who pay one year in
mals of the lower order, must dej*end on
advance before July. Call at this office
William Hunter, a farmer living on and see sample or write for one direct to
The horse of the Eastern Oregon the Frye place near Albany, committed
range is known to possess the qu ilitica- suicide Saturday morning by jumping P ortland ,
O regon .
tions for such a life. The herds of cayuse into an unused well. He had been de
jionies that aie to l»e found in some lo spondent of late, ow ing to financial re
calities in numliers far beyond any pos verses. He was a son of James Hunter,
Notions and Tinware
sible local use are thought by stockmen was 35 years old, and left a family.
to be the very grade that the Japanese
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Mrs. A. C. Marks and her mother,
require. Mr. Mears proposes to give the
subject thorough inquiry to ascertain if Mrs. Fields, both of Roseburg, while
these horses can tie snipped there at driving in a single buggy at that place
figures acceptable to the Japanese. If he last Friday night, were thrown out of
the vehicle and quite seriously injured.
iCT successful, there seems fair prosp«.-. * The
horse became frightened and ran
for <j áte a trade in th:- bre.
’sing the accident.
Edith G. Porter’s
Ccudbui ' !. Coturado.
J. W. Landers’ cottage and its con
A rejxirt fro n Denver. C«Jo» ido, says tents, in Chadwick’s addition, Roseburg,
that four railway washouts were record
ed as occuring in the southern section of Saturday morning. The fire was beyond
the state last Thursday evening. A c itrol • ben it was discovered; its ori
cloudburst on the slopes of Pike’s peak gin was n. pndiary. None of the family
shutoff traffic on the Rio Grande and was a. home
Midland lines between Manitou and Col
John r.ak°r, the Cottage Grove mar
orado Springs. Sixteen miles out of shal, was arrest J I r ay in Lemati,and
Denver, the Julesburg tracks were tried Saturday, for wearing a marshal’s
washed out. A washout on the Burling badge in Lemati. He was fined $5 and No Trouble to Show Goods.
ton A Missouri road occurred near Barr costs, and not being able to pay his fine,
Ashland House Block.
was sent to jail for four days.
The Nichols meat market in Junction
Swept by a Cyclone.
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT
A destructive cyclone struck Minne City was entered by burglars last Wed
sota in the vicinity of Lyle, near Minne
apolis, last Thursday night, laying waste
a strip of country 200 yards wide and 10 cash, locked the safe, and made their
Many buildings were escape.
wrecked and much damage was done to
Janies Macomber, recently of Ashland,
crops. As far as known, Henry Hansen who went to Astoria about two weeks,
was the only person killed. There were died at that place last Thursday night,
nineteen people injured, some of them of consumpsion ; he was about 50 years
so seriously that more deaths are of age. His wife survives him.
Eggs, Flour, Feed, Grain,
Andrew Cantrall, of Jacksonville, died
Hostilities in South America.
precinct, last Friday noon, of spinal
The government of Argentina has been meningitis, aged 19 years.
II VEGETABLES. ETC.,
officially informed that the gunboat Sua
A drove of over 2000 head of cattle A. Millsap's Old Stand,
rez, of the Uruguayan navy, has landed
a force of Uruguayan troops on the Ar started Saturday morning from the
gentine coast. After the troops had Davis farm, east of Eugene, to be driven
been landed, the Suarez sunk a vessel I to the ranges in Wyoming.
POLE Y & CO.,