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ASHLAND, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, t894.
Coldweli’s Big Funeral.
ABOVE EVERYTHING ELSX,
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery purifies tbe blood.
By th's meat’s, it reaches,
builds up, and invigorate«
every p,irt. of the system.
For every blood-taint and
u:-or.’-’i’, and for every di»-
eas.1 that comes from an inac
tive !: ver or impure blood, it
is rhe only remedy so sure
and effective that it can be
If it fails to benefit or cure,
you have vour money back.
T;.. - o'jensea are many.
Th-*} re di.‘«rent in form, but
they're J.!:c in treatment.
■ »tie torpid Ifver into
■ . action, thoroughly
enrich tbe blood,
' <■ ’ -. ’s a jsjsitive
/lu'.overy ” does thi«,
•y -f .-psia. Indigestion,
'it»r ''. ’ITiroat,' and Lung
*• . of Scrofula, even
» a * Lt ■ rnfula) in it» ear-
.. I V ■ •• -ot stublxirn Skin
ac completely cured
The funeral of the life-termer Colwell,
front Gold Hill, was held at the state
prison Tuesday, Rev. Shules, assisted by
Revs. Grannis, Templeton and Messic,
conducted a very appropriate service.
| There was q-.nte a large attendance from
the city, mostly ladies.
I Christian burial was procured in Rural
! cemetery, paid for by Superintendent
Downing and prison employee. It was
thefir8t prison funeral ever held in the
The pav car went southward Monday.
Verni Mills returned Saturday from
E. K. Brigbtman left Monday (or '
Ex-Conductor Frank Mathews is min
ing at Delta.
J. Wells, Jr., of Applegate, is at the
J. P. Scott, the Sterlingville miner, has
gone to Oroville, Cal.
Two brothers of the murdered Antone
Conductor Billy Jamieson went to tbe
Joseph, of Applegate are after the dead
man’s tnonev and property, which was midwintei fair Saturday.
taken possession of bv his cousin, Antone
.Miss Mary Davison has returned from
Rose. Rose offered their agent $1500 as Heald’s business college.
a compromise, but he would not take it,
Grants Pass is advertising for bids for
and has lieguti suit with H. L. Benson as
his attorney. The Courier says the prop the building of a pity hall.
erty ia valued at $7,800, and that Rose
John Pulzer, of Herling, lias returned
had bought off one of the heir’s rights lor from his tripfrom Mexico.
$500. but the two brothers in the Az >re
Judge T. J. Howells and wife returned
islands preferred to law it out.
Friday from S .u Francisco.
Altec a $7800 I state.
On Their Honey-moon.
L. C. Kellogg, who owns one of the
largest hop farms in Oregon over on Ap
plegate, passed through last week with
his fair ladv to visit the midwinter fair.
D. BROWER, M. 1»
Mr. Kellogg is well-rvmemt>ered as hav
i ing Imugtit a lot of apples tn tfiis section
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
two years ago tor shipment abroad. Mr.
K. was married last weeg at the residence
A shland ,
O regon .
of the bride’s parents on Williams creek,
to Miss Laura M. Goodwin. Mr. Kellogg
Office— Ganiards Opera House.
will erect a fine new residence on bis
Residence, Mechanic and Laurel Streets farm upon their return.
Fur Hunung in
Klamath Star: Col. Clay Ratliff, the
hunter ami trapper, has a fine trapping
boat of four tons capacity on the stocks
on Cabler’s ranch, which will soon be
launched. The title of the b >al is ”400,”
«nd he will explore the big lake in it
when the ice goes away. Col. R.ithff is
after all the fur animals, and iiis skill in
ferreting out their holes ami ¿ens is mar
velous. Tbe ”400” will make a fine A«i—
dition to the KI nnatli navy.
MECHANICAL AND OPERATIVE
Chase Combination Dental Plates made
with Gold and Aluminum Roofs.
Gold Fillings inserted in Porcelain Teeth
to perfect appearance.
GoldCrown and Contour work a specialty.
Office over the Rank
Extracting and unavoidable calls from 8
to 9 a. m. and 4 to 5 p. ni.
Mrs. Geo. Dewey, ot Dunsmuir, is pay
ing her folks at Talent a visit.
A son was born to the wife of Louis C.
Bo )e at Wellen on Feb. 13th.
Miss Minnie Riddle and Geo. T. Frater
were married at Riddle last week.
Pains in the region of the kidneys are
cured by Simmons Liver Regulator.
A daughte- was born to the wife of Prof.
D. W. Coolidge at Eugene recently,
J. H. Ahlf, the Grants Pass pork man,
cured 750 head of hogs this season .
A daughter was born to the wife of J.
A. Martin at Foots creek last week.
H. D. Parker, of the Depot hotel, was
at Redding this week on a business trip.
Mrs. Hannah Morrow died at Medford
recently of heart disease, aged 66 years.
To cure constipation, sick headache and
dyspepsia Simmons Liver Regulator has no
2403 Sheep Lose in Lake.
John Scott and Jim McShane, who have
Wm. Harvey’s sheep on shares, had the
misioitune to lose about 2400 of their beat
sheep last Friday. During the snow and
wind storm the sheep drifted out on the
ice on summer lake, about half a mile.
Scott started to drive them back, when
they all hunched up, broke through the
ice and were drowned. While they were
Irving to get the sheep out they broke
through themselvea, and nad hard work
.’citing out. Out of almut 100 head,
which they recovered, only two lived the
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
Morris Howell, the old reliable boot and
shoe maker one door north of the old stand
opposite Odd Fellows hall
shoes made to order at lowest possible rates.
THE CARE OF SEED CORN.
Big Sticky Items.
Cupidene, the great restorer of vitality
A gentlemen from Eugene is visiting
t >e Ashland Drug Co. Try it. It wt!
friends on Big Sticky.
Miss Carrie Anderson, a Medfordite, was
Y enow fever has invaded the Ameri
the guest of Mrs J. W. Smith last week.
merchant vessels at Rio. The <iia-
Miss Cora Little, ot Central Point, spent
last week with her aunt. Mrs. Forest Moore. ease is ven- virulent and is spreading
Miss Anna Carney is spending a w^»k ntpidly.
in Medford, visiting relatives and friends.
T’av Italian government has diaeoT-
Russet M io'e, of Central Point, made rel ered tha< some of the prisoners in j*vl
atives on Big Sticky a pleasant call last Fri at Bergamo have been making counter
Messrs. Bert Stevens and Samuel Sherrtl
Sicilian anarchiste are said to be booked
uuide James Gregory a pleasant call one for New York as immigrants, and the
day last week.
authorities are watching the arrivals
Mr. and Mrs. David Cingcade and daugh very closely.
ter, Hattie, were the guests of G. C, Roberts’
During a severe Htoryn on her last trip
firmly last Sunday.
steamer Ptris lost her rudder while
Mrs. Calvin Owens made her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Gregory, a short 800 miles from Queenstown. A tempo
visit one day last week.
rary rudder was rigged and the vessel
Frank Gregory, accompanied by his sis reached port safely.
ters. Lillie, Jessie and Josie, attended the
A mimto of Catholic priests ho.»»
dance ut Central Point, Feb. 14th.
been arrested in Russia on a charge of
Several applications ha”e been made for conducting agitation for the liberation
the Mound school, but so far as we have
of the Poles, and the bishop of Kaliniki
learned, no selection has been made.
has been deprived of his stipend.
Miss Annie Swanson was the guest of Mr.
Ex-Lord Abbott, Otani Koaho, head
and Mrs. Ca'vin Owens last Sunday, and
her brother Clem spent the day with his of tlie Buddhist priests of Japan, died
friend. Will Gregory.
on Jan. 17 tuid was buried on the 29th.
There was a pleasant dance at Frank Ten thousand mourners attended the
Morgan’s home Feb. 14th. There was a funeral, including members of th** im
large attendance; a bountiful supper, and
good music. The tickets were one dollar perial »ahlily, peers and leading < rials
of the government.
Creed Bros, have been hauling hay to
The insurgent ship Mkrte in Rio har
Eagle Foint for some time. These boys are bor deliberately fired on an American
such “rustlers” that they never stop for
muddy roads when there is any work to be launch which was taking a «ick man
across the bay. Admiral Benham
Charles Carney and Marion Page took in promptly sent to ask the captain of the
the sights of Eagle Point last Thursday. Marte what he meant, and the captain
Mr. Page is a new comer and is inspecting immediately apologized, saying tbe fir
our little valley, with the view of purchas ing upon the launch was a mistake.
ing a farm if suited.
A Frenchman was blown almost to
The preaching at the Mound school house
in Greenwich park, London.
a few Sundays ago was rather a failure; not
only on account of a snow storin, but the Near by were found fragmenta of a bot
speaking was very p >or. The would-be tle which evidently had contained ex
prea her talked principally about there be plosive material. The park-keeper heard
ing no harm in dancing and card playing
a report and hastening thither found a
until his hearers were disgusted.
man kneeling on the ground, covered
The Mound school house club met last
Saturday, but as it was very stormy there with blood. His hand and wrist had
was a small attendance. A short pro been blown away, his face and body
gramme was carried out. In the absence were covered with wounds, and from a
of Frank Morgan. Ellsworth Roberts acted gaping wound in the stomach a portion
as secreta'y pkotem AlfredSmith favored
the company with a political speech: Ell of the intestines were protruding. He
Koberts read a short selection; Josie Greg was only able to My “Take me home. "
ory delivered a recitation in a pleasing man He was conveyed to the Seamen’s hos
ner, and the club furnished some nice pital, where he died half an hour later.
Meeting was adjourned until
His name was ascertained to be Bour
din. He was an anarchist and was evi
“A n O ld M aid ,”
Th* Old Faahioncul Plan Compared With
the Modern Fanner’s Methods.
The old fashioned plan in the Atlantic
states wa« to bring the corn home in the
8art and dump it in a convenient place,
where it was all handled over and made
into as many different grades as the
modern sorter makes of his tobacco.
This involved an additional labor as
great as that of picking the corn in the
first place, but it was suited to its own
day and generation, for labor was cheap
and corn was relatively dearer than at
present. With higher labor aud fierce
competition in prices by distant farmers,
the methods must be adjusted to present
The modern farmer knows that it no
longer pays to raise a crop containing
any considerable per cent of soft or un
ripe corn; hence that grade tn;: v be dis
pensed with. As the hand com.sheller is
no longer used to any extent, the grade
of carefully selected long ears may also
be dispensed with. If the corn is rightly
cut and shock* d. the moldy ears that
were saved for t h“ fat steer will not be
found. In short, except for seed corn,
there is no longer need to sort the corn
at all, and it may lie shoveled from the
wagon directly into the crib at a great
saving of labor and expense. This has
been my practice for a number of years.
There is. however, one point that re
quires some attention in husking, writes
a Massachusetts farmer to The Ameri
can Agriculturist. He says: I inculcate
by precept and example the most par
ticular care in removing every particle
of silk and husk from the ears. The habit
of neatness once formed, one can pick
just as fast neatly as in n careless way.
If husks aud silk are put into the crib,
they obstruct the perfect ventilation
needed in moist climates, and also offer
inducements for the presence of rats by
furnishing materials for their nests.
Not to be hindered in husking, it is my
practice to select the seed corn as I am
shoveling into the crib, throwing out an
ear at a time as 1 come to it.
In the matter of wintering seed corn
we have much yet to learn. A friend in
Michigan once sent me u small parcel of
corn, which I planted in my usual way,
and I could not discover that a single
kernel missed growing. Inquiry for
the reason disclosed the fact that it had
been kept in a furnace warmed house,
and had never been exposed to a freezing
temperature. Taking the hint front this,
I procured a box for my seed corn, to
which I fixed a top and bottom of wire
cloth, thus making it mouse proof and
furnishing ventilation at the same time.
Taking this box to the garret, I placed
it directly over a pipe hole in the floor.
Securely preserved in this box, the corn
received a continuous current of dry,
warm air from the rooms below. Since
I have preserved it in this manner I have
not had the least trouble with corn fail
ing to germiuate perfectly, and it starts
with more vigor than formerly.
Will Cure You
The Medford Merchant
need a powerful nourishment in food when nursing
babies or they are apt to suffer from Emaciation.
of Cod-liver Oil, with hypophosphites of lime and
soda, nourishes mothers speedily back to health and
makes their babies fat and chubby.
world over, endorse it.
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CROSS-TOT SAWS, LANTERNS, GUNS.
EAGLE. ROLLER • MILLS.
C. FARNHAM, Proprietor
Manufacturer of Choice Steel Cut Roller Process
CORN • MEAL,
GRAHAM • FLOUR. • ETC.,
Rolled Barky and Feed of all kinds at Lowest Cash Triers.
Rolling Barky for Farmers a
Highest cash price paid for Barley aud Corn
at all times.
¡-ELY’S CREAM BALM —Cleanses tho Nasal
Pain and Inflammation, Heals
the Sores, Restores Taste and. Smell, and Cures
\ hmd I
BOOT &. SHOEMAKER.
- Baths -
Advertising rates given oil application.
Changed fíands !
Six months ......................
Yon•• Place for Boots and Shoes.
JU b ^Sarsaparilla
J. H. Story returned to Siskiyou county
Sunday to canvass for Dr. Ward’s rem
Of Hood s Sarsaparilla is always within the edies.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
bounds of reason because it. is’true; it al
Miss Mary Anderson ................
A shland ,
O regon . ways appeals to the sob-r, common sense
of thinking people because it is true; and Henley from a visit with Dunsmuir
it is always fully substantiated by endorse mends.
Office for the present »t residence, corner ments which, in the financial world would
A daughter was born to the wife of
of Granite and Baum streets.
be accepted without a •nonient’s hesitation.
Representative Houck in Benton county
l . woo».
H cmm I’ s Pills cure liver ills, constipa recently.
tion, biliousness, jaundice, sick headache,
A. J. Satterfield, aged 27 years, died
recently on Applegate from quick con
State Political Drift.
A shland ,
Presiding Elder T. L. Jonea was in
ll MANNER of metal and rubber
B. B. Beekman’s aspirations are now Ashland this week. He talks of moving
plates made in the latest approved
turned toward the attornev-generalship. to Albany.
Gold and porcelain crowns and bridge Ben ia a bright boy, and would undoubt
J. H. Williams, a former merchant of
work a specialty. All work warranted to edly be able to capture all the delegates
give perfect satisfaction. Low prices.
from southern Oregon, as well as to cor- Gold Hill, is engaged in mining at Lew
Office in Odd Fellows’ bnilding, up stairs. rall a few from this city in the republican iston, Idaho.
Will L.ingille, of Xhe Ashland mine,
We fail to see where Simon can place was investigating the Josephine county
H. B. Miller on ttie republican ticket. eaves this week.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
There are but two offices in which he
Miss Sadie Ober went to San Francisco
A shland ,
- O rxoon would have a show to secure a nomina
to select a spring millinery stock
tion—school superintendent and state
Will practice in all courts of the state.
and visit the lair.
Collections promptly made.
qualifications for either.
R. B. Tedford’s hop field at Wood
Tlie Dispatch thinks, at its longrange, ville has been sold to a new-comer named
that W. M. Colvig should be nominated M. G. Road for $3200.
for congress or the legislature.
A boo was born to the wife of H. C.
K rause ’ s H eadache C apsules , unlike Kinney of tne 8. P. D. & L. Co. on
many remedies, are perfectly harmless. Washington's birthday.
dently killed by his own bomb while on
Go For the Gophers.
They contain no injurious substance, and
his way to Greenwich observatory for
Fred Erickson, the railroad contractor,
will stop any kind of a headache, will pre
In a recent issue of the Press some at
vent headaches caused by over indulgence was on Saturday’s train for New York tention was called to the destructive work the purpose of blowing it up. He was
in food or drink late at night. Price twen
that is yearly accomplished by squirrel», a tailor by trade and at one time in the
For sale b.v T. K. Bolton,
l’rof. C. F. Shepherd was at Jackson gophers, crows and similar pests. As a United States worked in Detroit.
Druggist. Bole agent, Ashland, Or.
matter of course many farmers are famil
Karl’s Clover Root, the new blood puri
ville last week delivering a Ki tn hall piano iar with the facts therein set forth, nearly
fier, gives freshness and clearness to the
The Buffalo association contemplates
all having met with more dr less loss and complexion
Afflicts half the American people yet there to
and cures constipation. 25
•nly ouo preparation of sarsaparilla that acts oa opening a number of trotting colt stakes,
Don’t fail to attend your school meet annoyance through their depredations. cents, 50 cents and |1. Bold by T. K. B ol
the bowels and reaches this important trouble,
ing next Monday, March 5th. One di against these robbers, it ¡»‘thought well to ton .
and that Is Joy’s Vegetablo Sarsaparilla. It re which will ultimately be worth $25,000 to rector amt a clerk to be elected.
Stays at Vaupel, Norria
lieves it In 24 hours, sudan occasional dose pre the winner.
means by which the crusade may be carried & Drake’s.
vents return. V*o refer, by permission, toC. E.
The great event in the Australian racing
on to the successful aud complete destruc
Zeralda Sani:»e!s, mother of Jesse and
Uklngton, 125 Loeuat Avenue, San Francisco; J. world for 1893, the race for the Melbourne Methodist preacher, was married at Salem tion of tbe common enemy
It is a well-
H. Brown, Petaluma, Cal; H. 8. Winn, Geary cup, was won by Parcoola, Carnegie second to Mrs. Laura Ranio Woodworth.
known fact that these little animals are ex Frank Junes, is 'lying at Kearby, Mo.
Court, 8.F., and hundreds cf ot'uers who have and Jeweler third.
Mayor J. R Casey and Jim Helms re tremely sensitive and equally wiley in the
Princess Colonna has gone to South
manner of selecting their food. Conse
used it in consti..atien. One letter is a sampl,
Saturday from San Francisco. quently.
Dakota, where she will apply for a
A novelty at the fair at Sandusky O.,
ef hundreds. Elklugton, writes: “I have been
this year was a mile dash to wagon where Mrs. Casey was improving nicely.
take a poison of any kind is not lightly divorce from her husband.
ter years subject to bilious headaches and consti
in two ladies competed in harnessing,
Ex-Grand Master Workman Powderly
pation. nave been so bad for a year back have
Traps of various ingenious designs have has brought suit against the Knights of
hitching and driving. The winner con and Prof. Stevens will open school in the
had to take a physic every other night or else I
Two Live* Saved.
sumed six minutes.—Horseman.
Griffin creek district in two weeks.
would have a headache. One bottlo of J. V. 8.,
as have also different plans for fumigating, Labor for a large amount of back salary
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City,
put me in splendid shape. It positively controls
Phoenix’s school census shows a 25 per smok-ng, inundating, shooting, digging, and expenses.
III., wa-> told by her doctors she hod Con-
Of course, poisoning has met with
sumption and that ihere w^s no hope for
cent, increase in children of school age. etc.
more or less success; blit, as a rule, it ha-,
her. but two bottles Dr. King’s New Dis
Who says Phoenix is not progressive?
not lieen presented to the fastidious little mense Republican mass meeting at covery completely cured her. and she says
Two Linn county men have bought a epicures tn a sufficiently attractive form, or Pittsburg in the interest of Galusha A. it saved her lite. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139
long maned horse of the Oregon Beauty its quality has been poor, and it has failed Grow, candidate for congressman-at- Florida Sit., San Francisco, suffered from a
to stand the test of exposure to the weather
stock and will exhibit him at the mid- i and earth absorption that it must necessa large. McKinley was interrupted every dreadful cold, approaching Consumption,
tried without result everything else then
rily be subjected to when scattered in their few minutée during his speech with bought one bottle of Dr. King’s New Dis
Al J. V. B. is positively tho only Sarsaparilla
Will cure You, is a true statement of the
•ompounded to control constipation, Insist on
Wrn. L. Townsend has purchased
covery and in two weeks was cured. He is
action of AYER’S Sarsaparilla, when
this direction have proved expensive and
Joy's and don't bo talked into taking any other.
taken for diseases originating in impure Ralph Bunch’s barber shop in Medford, have been abandoned. As has before been dent,” etc., and at its conclusion a mad naturally thankful. It is such results, of
which these are samples, that prove the
FOR SALE BY ALL
blood; but, while this assertion is true of ami as he is a first-class artist at the busi stated, it was to obviate these difficulties rush was iv.nde for the platform and he wonderiul efficacy of this medicine in
ness lie will do well.
AYER’S Sarsaparilla, as thousands can
Coughs and Colds, Free trial bottles ut
The best way to avoid scalp diseases, Wakelee A Co ,.tbe well-known chemists of
attest, it cannot be truthfully applied to
Ask vour dealer for Mexican Silver Stove Ashland Drug Co.'s Drug Store.
hair falling out, and premature baldness, is
sine 50c. and $1.00.
other preparations, which unprincipled to use the best preventive known for that The principal points to lie attained were; Polish. No dust*
1st. A poison that, when taken, would
Tbe chafing dish is now to tne ror«. ». i
dealers will recommend, ami try to im purpose—Hall’s Hair Renewer,
prove sure death. 2d. A poison that go- is deeper, according to special needs of
pose upon you, as “just as good as
The duchess stamped her foot.
Charley Roper came up Saturday from phers.crows. squirrels and their kind would
Ayer’s.” Take Ayer’s Sarsaparilla and the mine on Williams creek to recuperate find so much to their taste that, instead of terrapin. Both the dish and the lamp
“MJ' lord,” she cried, dashing the hot
Ayer’s only, if you ueeil a blood-purifier two sore toes, having cut the cords with rejecting it. they would seek it and greedily have sumptuous handles of ivory.
blinding tears from her eyes. “I must insist
Put up in a
that you make no further reference to my
and would be benefited permanently. an axe. He is about town wearing a pair devour it when "found. 3d.
One on Baby.
form that would be easy to ship, as well as
This medicine, for nearly fifty, years, of crutches. -
easy and convenient to handle. 4lh. Ata
“Darling”—gasped his grace In bewilder
THE OLD STAND. OPPOSITE MYER’S
has enjoyed a reputation, and made a
The Jackson county democratic central cost that would make the article very much don't know what to do with it.
record for cures, that has never been committee will meet in the court house cheaper than anything of the kind ever be
Mr. Knowitt—I’ll tell you what I did. As
An impatient gesture waved him to si
equaled by other preparations. AYER'S at Jacksonville Wednesday, March 7tb, fore a’tempted, and, lastly, of a quality so toon as our baby commenced to cry I nsed lence.
BOOTS &c SHOES Sarsaparilla eradicates the taint of he to set a time for holding primaries and would be able to deteriorate it.
to turn on all the gas. That fooled him.
“After all I have said about”-----
reditary scrofula and other blood dis county convention.
Her ladyship’s voice trembled.
That Wakelee & Co’s celebrated Exter He thought it was broad daylight and went
-------- THAT FIT YOU--------
----- “I think it is positively cruel for you
eases from the system, and it has, deser
Grant Rawlings, chairman of the popu minator has filled all of these requirements to sleep.—Truth.
years past, almost innumerable testi
to mention your armorial crest and almost
NdZJLIDE TO O^TDEB?, vedly, the confidence of tbe people.
list county central committee, and J. W for
monials from the most trustworthy sources
in the same breath to speak of the quarter
AT LOWEST LIVING RATES,
bear ample evidence. As is commonly the
Charley Hardup—What will you have ings of our family as if”-----
ing last week. Both are mentioned for case when an article placed upon tbe mark
She bit her lip fiercely.
the office of county recorder.
et proves a success, Wukeiee & Co.’s Exter first t
Ada—Oh, please order for me. I eat every
----- “you wanted all the world to know I
epairing a specialty . Haif-
minator has been extensively counterfeited:
Gen. H. B. Compson and Capt. M. G. therefore it behooves the farmer who is thing.
am a butcher’s daughter.”—Detroit Trib
Soling, men’s 75 cents, ladies 50 cents.
Butterfield returned from Sail Francisco anxiou- to build the largest and deadest
Charley Hardup—Not when you’re out une.
Sunday. Col. Compson was elected vice- pile of squirrels, gophers, crows, etc., at the with me, my dear!—Puck.
A Sensitive Plant.
president and Capt. Butterfield secretary least expense, to be cautious and buy only
Any Hour—Hot and Cold Water on Tap.
are seated at the dinner
of the trans-Mississippi congress.
“I cannot forbear to express my joy at
Directions for using accompany each can.
(a servant), haggard,
N orhan L ichty M' f ’ g . Co , Des Moines, table. Enter Baptiste
Paddy Rvan, the ex-conductor, was
excited and exclaiming:
tbe relief I have obtained from the uae
“Quick, quick—a glass of wine!”
G entlemen :---- 1 can positively say
of AYER’S Sarsaparilla. I was afflicted married at Re-I Bluff last week to Miss
’s Headache Cop.su ■ les are the • best
of Antipvrine, Morphine, r
People stare ut each other, and at last the
with kidney troubles for about six
A Baby Complexion
ii fluence of relatives be is now division Chloral or anv other injurious compound headache cure 1 ever handled and I have J a wish is complied with. Baptiste drinks off
months, suffering greatly with pains in superintendent of a branch railroad near in K rause ’ s H eadache C apsulks 25 cts. dozen different kinds. Respectfully,
a glass of wine which has been poured out
the small of my back. In addition to Milwaukie, Wis.
J. B W a ' i . ker .
For sale by T. K. Bolton, sole agent.
by the mistress of the bouse, who inquires
For sale by T. K. Bolton, sole agent.
this, my body was covered witn pimply
what has happened.
eruptions. The remedies prescribed
“Oh, maciame, I've been dreadfully up
executor of the will of ‘'Dutch Henry” long unless the weather is very mild, or
failed to help me. I then began to take Wynnes, who was killed by Al. Palmer. the plants will become chilled.
set! Ah, that wine has done me good! I
“Your husband is so magnetic a mani" feel better nbw. Only fancy, I have just
’AYER’S Sarsaparilla, and, in a short Toe property, mostly placer mines in the
Don’t fail to use stimulants ou yourcalla ■aid the visitor.
managed to break both the large Sevjes
time, the pains ceased and the pimples Jump-off-Joe country, are willed to Ins and plenty of warm water if you want
“I know it,” responded the wife. “I found china marmalade dishes!”—Voltaire.
disappeared. I advise every young man two sisters in Germany.
a steel hairpin sticking to bis coat collar
quantities of the beautiful lillies.
or woman, in case of sickness result
Don’t give too much water or try to force the other day.’’—Indianapolis Journal.
Al Morris recently shipped fifteen
I Send your printing to tbe Record office.
ing from impure blood, no matter how Denn}’ pheasants from Junction Citv to the plants. Give them time to become ac
long standing the case may be, to take
Engineer Ike Sampson at Grants Pass customed to their winter quarters.
AY ER S Sarsaparilla."—H. L. Jcrmann, The latter has a farm in Josephine conn-
Don't be sorry to give your only rose or
ty, and will endevor to propagate these geranium blossom to your sick neighbor.
33 William st., New York City.
beautiful birds there.—Roseburg Review. It may do her more good than medicine.
Don’t forget that the plants will require
8. F. Murphy, ex-city treasurer of
Baker City, has been convicted of embez plenty of fresh air on sunny days, or they
zling $4110 of the citv money and senten will resent the change from their summer
ced to the penitentiary. The daughter of quarters.
Hon. A. C. Jones, formerelv of Jackson
Don’t forget to look at tbe bulbs which
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mau.
CAUSED BY USING
ville, and later receiver of the Roseburg have been placed in the dark to form roots.
Some of them may be ready to bring into
land office, is his wife.
Miles Cnry, of Jackson countv, Oregon, the light for blooming.
Don’t allow a direct draft on the plants,
wrote a letter to h:s son at Hollev saying
that ne had a prune Sprout of one year’s especially if the air is cold. Admit it
Do you want to Save Money? ' growth
which measured 5 feet 5 inches through ;-. door or window ut some distance
and wanted to know if he could beat it. from toe pla it shelves.
We are pleased to state that Jackson
Don't worry about the moisture being un
Yes! aftei using it ilaily for six months a
countv positively is not in it with Linn. healthy when it is necessary to nit hi the
ladv’s skin will be as pirtk.soft and velvety, |
Mr. C. Cary, of Holley, lias a prune room with the plants. You will be bene
as pure and clear as the most delicious ba-,
sprout of one Year’s growth which fited as well as the flowers.
by w skin. It is not an artificial cosmetic.'
it cleanses, refines, purifies and whitens. It
tne.isun s 8 feet, 8 inches Ti e natural
Don’t be discouraged if you can't make
feeds and nourishes the skin tissues, thus ■
wonder is oil exhibit at the Holley posr- the plants bloom while the days are short 5
banishing wrinkles, murks and scars. It is
othce store.—Brownville Times.
and there is little sun. You will notice «
as harmless as dew and as nourishing to
tlie skin as dew is to the tlower. Price fl.
E. R Swetnant. of Fairfax Station, Vir
Bottle lasts three months.
ginia. says: “A party came foity miles to I
Mmple Buttle mailed free to any lady on
niv store for Chamberlain’s Cottali Remedv
Will make you a Fine Suit of Clothes
receipt of 10 cents in stamps to pay for
ami bought a dozen bottles. The remedy
Usually has a bad liver. He ia bilious, I
in the Latest Styles
postage and packing.
is a greai lavorile in this vicinity and ha- constipated; has indigestion and dyspepsia.
Mas. GEKVAtsKGatH im ," Beauty Doctor,’
FROM $22 UP.
performed some wonderful cures here ” It If there is no organic trouble a few doses of
are never healthy when thin. They ought to be fat.
3425 state Street. Chieagb. III.
is, intended especially for coughs, colds Park’s sure Cute will tone him up. Park’s
Send stamp for book' “ How to be Bean-
croup and whooping c< ugh a.uj) is a favorite sure Cute is the only liver and kidney cure
Babies cry for...SCOTT’S- EMULSFGN: • It is palatable
I ordered elsewhere.
wherever known. For sàie by Ashland wrfj-elt on a positive guarantee. Price $1.00.
easy to assimilate.
For sale by Ashland Drug Co.
Sold by E. A. S kmwin .
Fr^nt ct.. Medford, Or.
hswW by Mt * Bewnti M. Y. Druggist» m H it.
jy K. G. VAN VALZAH.
Chief of the County Papers.
Gives Relief at once for Cold in Head.
Apply in'« IA« Amrfr»?*.------ It it Quickly Absorbed.
|50c. Druggist« or by mail. ELY BROS., 66 Warren Nt., N.Y.|
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and Government Land Locator
AVING gained a complete knowledge of the lay of tlie land in thi- country by a< -
tual experience, I am thereby enabled to give strangers seeking information tbe
satisfaction. Locating on government lands a specialty.
The Webfcot Route.
Salary and expense« paid weekly from start.
Permanent position. Exclusive territory.
Experience unnecessary. Peculiar
advantages to betfnnert. Ltberal^É
commission to local part-^^^2
lime agents. Largest
growers of clean,
tor the orchard,
lawn and garden.
We want you now, while 1
tho fruit Industry la sol
^important. Good chance for
dvancemeut. Outfit and full par
ticulars free. BROWN BROS. CO.. nur-
^^seryman, Portland, Ore. (Thiahouseia
reliable. Name this paper. Ed >
E. W. HADLEY,
R eceiver .
•QUICK DISPATCH------- LOW
Between Willamette Valley point-
and ban Francisco.
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS.
fe. 8. Willamette Valiev—Leave- Sun
Francisvo, November ,*>. 14 and 23.
S. 8. M illamette Valley—leaves Yaquinn
Novenilier 9. 19. and 2”.
This Company re-erves the right t<>
change sailing dates without notice.
White Sulpliur Springs
Steamer “Hoag” leaves Portland, Wed
nesday and Saturday, 6 A. M.
H. C. D av . lien. Ag’t. Salmon Street
Water of any t*-n>p<*rat urc desired Wharf, Portland.
Natural Temperature M5 deg*»
D. R. V aughn , Gen. Ag’t, San Francisr >,
TO DRUK THE WATER 18 A THIC. Cal.
R. E. M ulcahy , Gen'l Stipt. Corvallis,
Being Sulphuric and Alkaline it eradicates Oregon.
fungi and animalcule!*, and neutral
izing and correcting all acidi
ties it promotes a normal and
healthful condition in every
part of the system.
.nclosed and covered, the same medical
water, always clean, for the springs run a
heavy volume-more than twelve hun
dred gallons per hour.
You may dive and swim and have more
fun than “anybody’ —come out as “line
as silk” and "‘white as wool”—rejuven-
ated and happy.
Located on the
LAND, HALF A MILE
NORTH OF THE l’LAZA.
Pi oprtet or.
ami Dried Fruits, Butter. Eggs, Chees
OF*' Consignments Solicited.