The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898, June 23, 1897, Image 1

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he Ashland Advertiser
nonarch of the Amateurs.
NO. 14.
General News Notes and Comment.
A Valuable Fruit Paper.
President Cleveland drew’ exactly
$399,699.99. Wonder how' he happened
As fruit is rapidly becoming the lead­
W.G. Keeney, of Long Creek, gold to overlook that 1 cent which was due
hi* 1897 clip of wool in Pendleton last him? Mr. Cleveland make money dur- I ing industry of the Northwest, and as
Wednesday for 8 cents a pound. This ing his eight years, even if the rest of this county can easily get to the front
ranks if the farmers will only take hold
is said to be the best sale made this year. the 69,999,999 people did not.—Ex.
push things, we have made arrange­
Wool buyers in The Dalles are offering 8
About 600 Chicagoans will attend the ments to do far more than our share
and 8t2 c?nts for choice lots, but owners
Endeavor convention which toward pushing the county forward in
are refusing to sell at present, in hopes
that the passage of the tariff bill will re­ opens in San Francisco July 7. A ma­ this respects and will do more if the
jority will leave June 29 on a special farmers will show the proper spirit of
sult in better prices.
In addition to the above, comes a re­ train of 14 coaches, decorated with ban­ enterprise. There is now' published at
Portland, not only the most valuable,
port from Dalias, stating that the price ners and bunting.
the only fruit paper in America
of woo! at that place has advanced to 12
The store of W. F. Towne, of Phoenix, which admits no reading matter to its
and 13 cents, the latter price prevailing. was entered by unknown persons last
columns except that relating to fruits—
Thursday evening, and several articles their culture, care, marketing, etc., pre­
As I. J. Phipps was returning from of
were taken. Entrance sented in such a form by prominent
Ashland to Medford last Thursday eve- I was merchandise
in the rear of fruit writers of the Northwest and Amer­
ning with his family, Mrs. G. H. Has­ the building.
ica that none can read and study it with­
kins and Mrs. Sayre, his team Irecame
frightened and ran away, upsetting the
In an interview Saturday, Eugene V. out becoming proficient fruit growers.
hack and seriously injuring Miss May Debs declared that the free silver wave We will give this fine 32-page paper
Phippe and Mrs. Haskins. Several had receded to such an extent that it free for one year to all subscribers of the
others of the party received painful was a dead issue. Mr. Debs says he in­ A dvertiser w ho will pay their back sub­
bruises. The team was stopped by run- , tends to encourage socialism as the issue scription and one year in advance, or to
new subscribers who pay one year in
ning into a telegraph pole. All of the of 1900.
advance before July. Call at this office
injured people are recovering.
Last Thursday, Governor Lord ap­ and see sample or write for one direct to
A severe storm prevails in nearly all pointed I. L. Hamilton, of Medford,
the gulf states and Southern Tennessee. member of the agricultural board of P ortland ,
O regon .
At points in Alabama, the electrical dis­ Southern Oregon, to fill the vacancy
turbance was terrific.
, caused by the resignatiou of J. W. Mer- |
Northwestern Kansas was laid waste ritt.
by a tornado last .Saturday.
The Indians of the Umatilla reserva­ Notions and Tinware
A report comes from Paris stating that tion have held a council, and decided to
20 people were killed and 80 injured in a celebrate the Fourth of July in great
cyclone which swept over the country style. Chief Peo, dressed in full Indian
near that city Saturday.
costume, will deliver an address.
Two thousand head of cattle belonging ' The library building of the Iowa state
to J. M. Boardman were shipped from university was struck by lightning Sat­
Pendleton Friday to Montana. This urday morning and destroyed by fire.
band of cattle, added to the number The loss is about $100,000. The death
Edith G. Porter’s
which have already been purchased and of one fireman is reported.
shipped bv Mr. Boardman to his Mon­
tana ranches during 1897, will make an
aggregate of 7000 taken by him from given notice that there are funds on
hand to redeem all county warrants
Eastern Oregon this spring.
presented between October 10, 1890, and
The draft of the treaty of |>eace l>e- January 1, 1891.
tween Greece and Turkey is likely to be
A report from Lincoln, Nebraska says
submitted to the powers next week. the weather has been intensely hot since
The amount of the indemnity which Wednesday, ranging from 103 to 105 de­
Greece must pay, it is believed, will be grees. Three deaths have occurred from No Trouble to Show Goods.
5,000,000 Turkish pounds, the largest sunstroke.
Ashland House Block.
amount the Greeks can pay.
Following the success of the Turkish
Canada owns and controls one-tenth arms, there seems to be a revival of Is­
of the railroad mileage in tho Dominion, lamism throughout the entire East.
and loses on it about $500,000 a year, Here we have again a complete circle in
says the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, history.
w hich comments that there is no popu­
Mrs. Iola Beebe, representing Dr.
list demand in Canada to buy up and
of Portland, was arrested in
run the other nine-tenths.
The Dalles last week on a charge of prac­
While attempting to force an entrance ticing medicine without a license.
into the house of W. Ewing at West
Sheriff Agee, of Roseburg, is con­
Fork, near Roseburg, last Wednesday, a
tramp was shot in the arm and badly structing two new fruit driers at that
wounded by a bullet from a rille fastened place, making five in all, with a capacity
Eggs, Flour, FeedLGrain,
so that the opening of the door dis­ of 800 bushels a day.
charged the gun.
The southeastern part of Idaho was
A. C. Duncan, while w’orking at one visited by a cold wave last Wednesday.
of the rip saw s in the Sugar Pine Door A A snowfall of three inches was recorded
1.umber Company’s factory at Grant’s at Soda Springs.
A. Millsap’s Old Stand,
Pass, Friday, sawed off the first two
fingers of his left hand, and also lacerat­
New’ efforts are now being made to
ed the thumb and other two fingers,
preserve our American forests.
Groceries, Poultry,