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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1894)
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Published every Thursday.
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The Hards—Thurman Wedding.
Jas. Hards and Mrs.- Helen Thurman
were married at the home of the bride in
Applegate, October 30, 1894, Rev. Robt.
Ennis officiating. This marriage illus
trates the fact that truth is stranger than
fiction. About 28 years ago James Hards
and Ezra Arnold owned land on Big
Butte creek, in this county. They en
gaged in cutting wood and farming,
working together, as their land joined.
Hards married the young stepdaughter
of Arnold, and soon after the men dis-
agreed about tlieir work. The quarrel
irrew bitter between them, and Arnold
went to Hards’ house in his absence and
took Hards’ wife home with him. The
following day, Hards went to the home
of Arnold, armed with a gun, and asked
that his wife be allowed to return home
with him. The old trouble came up be
tween the men, and Arnold refused to
let his stepdaughter go. Hards shot and
killed Arnold, and then came to Jack
sonville, to give himself up to the sheriff.
He secured the services of a lawyer, to
whom he detailed the circumstances of
the killing, and was advised to leave tbe
A few years later, his wife secured a
divorce and married Charles Thurman,
a well-respected citizen of this county.
Several children were born to them, all
of whom are now grown, and some of
them married. A few years Bince, Mr.
Thurman died. Later on Hards return
ed to Jackson county, to find his claim
had passed into the hands of others. He
was recoenized, and at the next term of
court indicted for killing Arnold, tried,
convicted and sentenced to the penitenti
ary. During the time of his trial, his
former wife frequently visited him, and
after the lapse of two years, circulated a
petition for his pardon, which was pre
sented to the governor and the pardon
granted. Hards returned to Jackson
county, and last week the couple, so long
separated by circumstances, were again
united in marriage.
JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1894.
One year............................................... |2 50
Six months ......................................... ] fii.
Advertising rates given on application.
Changed fdands !
F. D. Scott, of Central Point, has gone
to L ob Angeles.
Lon Walbridge returned to Phoenix
Sunday from Siskiyou county.
J Heart’s Blood J
R. D. Cole is now mine host of tl.e
Blackburn Hotel at Grants P hsb .
Y Is the most important part of ▼
W your organism. Three-fourths of
Henry Myers has completed a new
the complaints to which thesys-
residence on hie Lake creek farm.
tern .is subject are due to impuri- W
The Famous Hostelry of Southern Oregon is now
A pair of Dennv pheasants are now
ties in the blood. You can, there-^
scratching for a living up at Silver lake.
fore, realize how vital it is to F« 1
Under the Management of
Miss Alice Parker, daughter of Mrs.
Keep It Pure
Church, came from Sacramento Satur
For which purpose nothing can ▼
It effectually re- M
Miss Annie Donoghue arrived Fridiy
ss.s. all impurities, A
iron San Francisco to live with her
cleanses the blood thoroughly w
and builds up the general health.
The United States Government, after elaborate tests, reports
L. Hooper and E. Aman have return
Our Treatise on B!nod and Skin diseases mailed
Free to any address.
ed to Medford from a trip to Morrow
HAS improved the House and is pre-
the Royal Baking Powder a pure cream of tartar powder of
▼ SWIFT SPECIFIC CO . Atlanta, Ga. ▼
pared to Entertain the Traveling Public
greater leavening strength than any other.
Col. T. T. Lewis, who has been bed
fast for a week at Depot hotel, was about
J. S. Bailey came in from Keno Fri
day with a load of geese and fish for the
The Canadian Official Tests, recently made, show the Royal
Rates, $2.G0 and $2.50 Per Day.
Baking Powder highest of all in leavening strength.
Miss Annie Morelock, of Gold Hill, is
spending the winter at Brownsville, Linn
Special Rates to Boarders and large parties of Tour
MECHANICAL AND OPERATIVE
T. J. O’Hara, of Medford, has gone to
ists. When in Ashland don’t fail to stop at Hotel Oregu n
Applegate to engage in mining for the
There is no question but the Royal is the strongest, purest
Chase Combination Dental Plates made
with G< Id and Aluminum Roofs.
W. B. Kincaid is erecting a new
and most wholesome baking powder in the market.
Gold F i lings inserted in Porcelain Teeth
dwelling in the Constant addition to
o perft ct appearance.
— State Chemist, Washington.
Gold Grown and Contour work a specialty.
Office over the Bank.
Miss Alta Brons, of Medford, has gone
Fresh Eastern Oysters, Turkey and Cranberry
Extracting and unavoidable calls from 8
to Des Moines. Iowa, to visit relatives
a. m. and 4 to 5 p. m.
Sauce, Price 50 Cents.
JQ M. BROWER M. D.
Mrs. Ciif Newman returned Friday
from a visit with relatives and friends at
Santa Rosa, Cal.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
R. B. Bryant has returned to Central
A shland ,
O regon .
Point from looking after business inter
Klamath's New Indian Agent.
ests in California.
Office—At Residence intersection of Me
Dr. Marshall Petet, of Veedersburg, “Mrs. R. P. Fab] and son, who have
chanic, Laurel and Main Streets.
Ind , the new agent of the Klamath In been stopping in Ashland for their health,
dian reservation, arrived here last Tues- went to Portland Friday.
J U WOOD.
day morning, accompanied by his fami-
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK.
E. Barbe and the Mitchell’s killed ten
ly, consisting of his wife, daughter Hal-
lie and son Milton. In the party were deer in a recent hunt at Dutchman’s
O regon also S. C. Voorhees, wife and child. peak in the Applegate section.
A shland ,
Mr. Voorhees is a nephew of the famous
R. E. Drum was up from Table Rock
LL MANNER of metal and rubber democratic senator of Indiana, and is Saturday. He leaves soon to spend the
BICHES IN THE MINES.
THE PEOPLE’S WRONGS.
I punish for contempt«, except such as aro
plates made in the latest approved here to spend the winter. Dr. Petet is a
winter in Arizona for his health.
i committed in their presence or by officers
man of rather large build, is smooth-
Wealth in the River Deposits (CONCLUDED FROM FOURTH PAGE.) of their courts or in disobedience of so:no
Gold and porcelain crowns and bridge shaven
J. L. Castle shipped two carloads
and appears to be of a practical
ot Southern Oregon,
work a specialty. All work warranted to
of mankind to a young man of great pos ii lawful order. But what protection docs
turn of mind. He will not take charge (double-deckod cars) of hogs to Portland Portland Oregonian, Nov. 1st 1
give perfect satisfaction. Low prices.
sessions, “It is. easier for a camel to go this afford tho citizen when the very fed
Office in Odd Fellows’ bnilding, up stairs. of the Agency until he has Bomewhat
through the eye of a noodle than for a rich eral judgo who issues tho order passes up
familiarized himself with his duties.
Torn Haminersley, who returned rec- | the slightest conception of the richness of man to entor Uio kingdom of God.” I on its legality?
The doctor was pension examiner in In ently from a trip to Lake county, was in | the gold deposits of southern Oregon would call upon the millionaires for heav
It is to be hoped that congress w hen it
diana under Cleveland’s former admin Ashland Friday from Gold Hill, to see ’ Throughout a section of country covering en’s sake to pause In their greed for more meets will put some check upon federal
istration and for ten years past has been his girl.
| an area of nearly 80 miles square, in millions and unite in tho passing of laws judges in assuming control of railroads
surgeon for the Toledo. St. Louis and
Josephine and Doualas counties, which, by securing equal opportunities to and issuing blanket injunctions and pun
Mrs. W. II. Atkinson left Monday Jackson,
Kansas City railroad.—Klamath Express.
found some of the richest and all, shall contribute to tho happiness of ishing people for contempt of their as
morning to visit in Wisconsin. Mrs. 1
sumed authority. If this congress does
extensive gold deposits in the all.
Gov. Pcnnoyer's Thanksgiving,
Blakeman and Mrs. Mosher will leave most
not do it, I trust the people will sec to it
Salem, Nov. 1 —Governor I’ennoyer next week.
that representatives are chosen hereafter
to-dav issued the following Thanksgiving
Dr. Isaac J. Tompkins died at Grants « The Oregonian, yesterday. Mr. Loomis of modomto means, farmers and others, who will.
proclamation: "I hereby appoint the Pass last week. He was an old soldier i
last Thursday of this month a thanks and the G. A. R. society conducted the has been engaged in tbe banking busi who, though they may not now, soon will
Bticklen s Arnica Salve.
ness for several years at Tacqma, but for feel tlio oppression of the money power,
B est S alve in the .world for Cuts,
“In the day of prosperity be joyful,
in mining. He owns, with to place you as fully nt the mercy of cor Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheuiu. Keyer
H. Trijp and wife, of Portland, have clusively
but in the day oi adversity consider.—
the extensive placer mines at porate and individual wealth as the toil Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
bought 8'2 acres of land of W. B. Rob- others,
Ecclesiastes vii :14.”
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and Dositivelj’
Gulch, Mont., and also several ing laborers are today.
OU GET AN ARTICLE
I would say to tho laborers, now robbed cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar-
List of Betters
build a residence.
< quartz properties in Granite and Deer
tnteed to give perfect satisfaction or money
Free from the Prize Coun Remaining uncalled for in the Ashland The Haskins’s have just completed Lodge counties. Connected with Mr. of tho just reward of their labor and even refunded.
Price 25 cents per box.
P. O., Nov. 5, 189 i:
Loomis is T. II. Donovan, whose 14
ter containing bolts of ribbon,
their tunneling contract for the quick
FOR SALE BY Ashland Drug Co.
Cook. F A
Hembree, Mrs L A silver mining company at Cinnabar, years’ experience has taken him into dance to suffer hunger and cold, lay asido
nearly every mining camp in Colorado, all manner of bickerings or disputes about
pompons, packages of crazy Worth, Miss M (19) Looley, A 8
Hoxv Hirxmps Are Caught.
south of Ashland butte.
minor affairsand assert your independence
Utah, Montana, California and Idaho.
sold in the city are caught
patch work pieces, etc.
W. H B runk . P. M."
“This is my first trip to the placer by going to tho polls, uninfluenced by
Dr. W. T. Lyon, a Portland dentist,
before by “casters, ”
and hie cousin, C. A. Everetts, of Cor fields of southern Oregon,” said Mr.
"When Others Fail
vallis, were here last week looking for a Donovan, “and I must confess that they freeman’s vote for representatives in con who go, two in a boat, to eomo favored
Call and examine my stock Hood’s Sarsaparilla
builds up the shattered
are richer than I ever believed possible. gress and the general assembly who will locality and there “cast’’ all nightlong
of Fall and Winter Millinery system by giving vigorous action to the di locution in Jackson county.
In all my experience in gold mining I bo true to your interests and securo tho for the delicious little crustacean that
organs, creating an appetite and
W. II. BoBtwiek, the enterprising Ap have never seen anything to beat south cnuctiueut of such laws as will permit you is served up at nearly every breakfast
—conceded to be the neatest gestive
purifying the blood. It is prepared by plegate farmer, was in Ashland Fridav
to share in tho wealth created by your toil table in tlw city in thomorning. “Cast
methods, possesses the greatest cu and Saturday with a load of wheat. He
and most attractive styles yet modern
developed, and hardly prospected. Mr. r.nd to cat of the bread your hands have ing” is the throwing widespread on
rative powers, and has the most wonderful was accompanied by his son.
record of actual cures of any medicine in
L Kimis and myself made a drive of some earned. Send forth to tho country and to tho water of a circular net, the edge of
brought to Ashland.
existence. Take only Hood's.
Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers is 400 miles through the gold district, and the schoolhouses of tho land apostles of which-is weighted with leaden bull, nd
best, handiest, safest, surest, cleanest, to Bay we are pleased does notexpress it. freedom who will agitato for the rights of
MISS SADIE OBER, Milliner. Hood’s Pills are purely .vegetable, and the
most economical and satisfactory dye ever We saw mines where the annual output man, now fettered by tho laws of property. provided with drawing strings, which,
invented. It is tbe gentlemen’s favorite.
One wiser than any of U p has said: passing through the center of the not,
Opposite I. O. O. F. Hall. do not purge, pain or gripe.' 25c.
is $164,00.), and this with an outlay of
mo neither poverty nor riches. Feed aro attached to the edges.
October Weather Summary.
The three Heryford Bros., Lakeview
food convenient for me.” Lot us
Tho net when east, in the water of
Following is a summary of weather ob stock raisers, returned home last week properties worked in a modern manner,
HIGH & STORY. servations
at Ashland ¿luring month of from Gazelle with $25,000 in cash for but most ot the mines are worked exact profit by tho divine precept and so framo course sinks more rapidly at tlie edges
October as reported by F. H. Carter, local 1024 head of cattle sold to Edson Bros. ly as they were 2a years ago, ami many a our laws as to secure to all food convenient than in the middle and confines within
for them, and to nono vast riches unearned.
observer for the Oregon State Weather
its meshes the shrimps over which it
Karl’s Clover Root will purify your good mine is not worked at nil because Great Britain and the Silver Question.
Elevation above sea level—1910 ft.
I do not propose to discuss tho silver may have fallen. The rope to which is
your Bowels and make your head clear as and the timidity of capital. The present
Mean Temperature, 54.2.
nor is there occasion that I aftachcd the drawing string being pull
a bell. 25c., 50c. and $1, Sold by Ashland owners are poor prospectors, who know
Departure from normal, plus 2.8.
parties favor bimetallism— ed, the net closes at the bottom and is
the worth of their property, but who can
Maximum Temperature, 85, on 4th.
establishment that so'no lifted into the boat with its contents.
Minimum Temperature, 31, on 6th. 9th.
A son was born to the wife of Rev. E.
without the con
When Aurora begins his work < i tint
“If the people of Oregon would spend
Mean of maximum temperature, 67.5.
E. Thompson, at Medford, Oct. 31st.
sent of Great Britain. I had supposed ing the eastern sky, those hardy casters
Mean of minumuin temperature. 40.9.
Number of times max. temp. 90 or above 0 Rev, Thompson’s father, E. L. Thomp advertising their mineral resources that that theso states were made free and inde aro on tlieir way to the city, lit re they
Number of times min. temp. 32 or below 3. son, of Lyons, Nebraska, arrived the they do their agricultural resources,” pendent and absolved from all allegiance hand over their booty to men who cry
Number of times min. temp. 40 or below 14. same day to make bis home with his observed Mr. Loomis, “the slate and to the British crown more than u hundred
them about tlie streets, measuring the
everybody in it would be vastly benefit years ago, but in this it seems I was mis shrimps out to them from their boats
Total precipitatiou, 1.80 inches.
Supt. F. B. Hatch, of Wells, Fargo & ed. What do you suppose one bank in taken, and that there aro those among us by the “places” or pan, the seller agree
Departure from normal, plus .35.
who think that congress should not pro
—ELY’S CliEAM BALM-Cleanses tho Nasal
Greatest precipitation in 21 consecutive Co., returned Sunday from a two weeks’ Jacksonville has paid out for gold dust ceed
Paesa^es, Allays Pain and Intlamniaticn, Heuln t
to perforin its constitutional duty by ing to sell the shrimps and hand over
absence at Myrtle Point, Coos county, within the past 30 years?” he added.
hours, and date, .33 on 19th.
the Sorea, Kestores Taste and. Small, and Cures U:
where burglars robbed J. H. Roberts’s “Well they tell me they have bought oit-r
Prevailing direction of wind, NW.
store of $1500; $1250 of which belonged $30,000,000 worth of gold dust in that thereof without tho co-operation of Great —Charleston News and Courier.
Britain. Let those who think so crook the
to W. F. A Co.
time. Think of it;-’a million a year! pliant
hinges ot the knee to the money
A Vast Revolution.
Number of partly cloudy days, 8.
Peter Applegate has forwarded a $10,- And it’s a way of making money that power of England. I, for one, acknowl
We are in a vast industrial evolution.
* * HAIRDRESSING Number of cloudy days, 8.
Hives Relief at onco for Cold in Hea
000 bond to Washington, D. C., for his
edge no such allegiance, but beliovo it tho
Number of days on which .01 or more of new position as U. 8. mineral surveyor that much to the circulation of the duty of congress to act independently and I must intensify that and say revolu
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ELY BROS., 56 Warren St.
precipitation fell, 11.
country. We have secured some prop establish tho value of coin as it existed tion, and we are in it as we never were
Number of days on which .04 or more of
and exaui'ning the mineral lands that erty in the gold belt.” he continued, prior t-o 1873, when silver was demonetized. before because the conditions are higher.
precipitation fell. 9.
I desire to say a few words upon the en
the Southern Pacific is getting ready to “and we propose spending some Mon
Local Agents Albany Steam Laundry. Dates of injurious frost, Gth, Sth.
tana gold to develop our Oregon mines. croachments of federal courts upon the The conditions for such a state of tilings
Remarks: Excepting last year, the lay its hands on.
never before existed. Under despotic
heaviest October rainfall since 1882.
rights of tho people. Of
The close season for deer does not out from $100 to $150 per day. This is constitutional
the king used to say to a
late years the United States judges have
J ohn C onway .
M. H. H owell .
commence until the first of December, no idle prophecy. We have carefully assumed
thousand men, “Go out and hew tim
Jackson Co, Oregon.
according to the act passed by the legis prospected our ground and know what dared to exercise in tho earlier days of the bers, quarry stone, wall in my city,
lature and filed with the secretary of we have. And othera can go down republic. They now claim tho right to de build a tomb or build a temple.’’ They
state Feb. 22, 1893. An act filed the day there, if they have the experience, and termine the extent of their jurisdiction had to go. Now we have come to the
previous fixed the commencement of the get property that will do as well. But and enforce such orders as they think
close season November 1.
NOTARY PUBLIC and
they’ll have to go quick. Word is be proper to make. Theso federal judges, like
power, and it is so great that none c.
BOOT and SHOEMAKERS,
Tbe Klamath Falls Express will get ginning to get out among mining rr.en, sappers and miners, have for years silent as who have studied it can profess t
COL LECTOR < ) F ACCOI ’ N TS
ont a special holiday edition with and the mines of southern Oregon are ly and steadily enlarged their jurisdiction, understand it tlioronghly. Wer.ro ii
THE OLD STAND, OPPOSIT e A m C
AS LISTED A NUMBER OF SMALL AND LARGE FARMS from 20 acre- uj>,
pictures of its leading citizens, and Chas. beginning to be appreciated. Many new and unless checked by legislation they
for Sale or Rent.
H. Pierce, Capt. O. C. Applegate, G. J. properties are being opoued up. Geo. will soon undermine tho very pillars of the midst of a vast movement, and none
Three houses and lots in the town of Gold Hill, all good business stands.
Farnsworth and O. A Stearns will con W. Boggs, ex-city treasurer of Tacoma, the constitution and bury the lilierties of of us would arrest it if v. e could. What
we want to do is to study it, to utilize
tribute articles on the leading industries is opening up a fine property of 400 1 tho people beneath their ruin.
BOOTS & SHOES
QUARTZ AND PLACER MINES
acres on Elliott creek. His ground has
it, and the only solution at last is “in
and history of the country.
The Essence of Despotism.
been thoroughly and carefully tested and
To vest any man or set of men with au
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As bilver and Real Estate are both at a very low ebb now is the, tm e for koine
Mr. Moore, the postmaster at Bradshaw, shows up so much gol<i that Mr. Biggs
Va., after reading «n advertisement ot is counted a very wealthy man already thority to determine tho extent of tlieir the service of man to man, and for each seekers to get bargains, as I will lake silver in exchange. Call on or address me for
Chamberlain’s Colic. Cholera and Diarrhcea 1 by those acquainted with the property. powers and to enforce their decrees is of one to gladly take his place in the vast further particulars.
MANE TO ORDER
Remedy, concluded to try a bottle of it.
the very essence of despotism. Federal correlations and co erdinations of such
AT LOWEST LIVING RATES.
lie says: "I used it in two cases of colic I Judge W. H. Reid, also of Tacoma, is 1 judges now claim the right to take posscs- a w orld and lovingly and gladly fill
and three for diarrhoea with perfect satis
1 sion of and run the railroads of the coun
faction. I have handled and used a great men, in a fine property at Tolu. They try, to issue injunctions without notice his place.—H. W. Thomas.
ew work a specialty .
and Government Land Locator
deal ot patent medidne but never tried anv are putliog in an extensive pumping and to punish for contempt by fine and
pairing neatly done. Half-Soling,
Ohl Papers tor Sale.
that gave as good results as this.” For plant, and have everything on the
men’s 75 cents, ladies 50 cents.
1 imprisonment uny one who disputes tlieir
salejiy Ashland Drug Company.
suitable for wrapping pur-
THE BANE OF HUMAN LIFE,
ground almost ready to begin operations. authority.
poses, putting under carpels, packing, etc.,
Supt. L. F. Willits, of the Yainax sub Our own mining ground is situated on
Congress some years ago passed r.n act for sale cheap at tbe K ecckd office.
AVING gaineda coinpte know ledge of tbe lay of Hie land in this country by ac
Driven Out of the System by agency, and Engineer G. W. Loosely the beadwaters of Little Applegate, and limiting
tual experience, I am thereby enabled to give strangers seeking information the
the ww rs of federal judges to
Any Hour—Hot and Cold Water on Tap
the Use of
cams over from Yainax last Tuesday and we are spending $5000 to put in the
Ixstof satisfaction. Locating on government lands a specialty.
filed on homesteads near cld Ft. Klam necessary ditches and flumes for a mod
ath. The Lakeview land office has re ern hydraulic plant. We have 2,000,000
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla jected
as swamp, land in Tp. 34 S. R. 7*^ cubic yards of dirt that shows up 35
W. O. JOHNSON.
E., recent survey, situated near Fort*. cents per yard, actual results. We count
“For five years, I was a great o; Klamath .—Lakeview Examiner.
HAS MOVED HER
JOHNSON & MILLER
placer mines in Montana has to shut
sufferer from a most persistent °
Hon. Hardy Elliff died at his home at down four months of the year on account
a we tii l
blood disease, none of the various o; Galesville,
Douglas county, Friday night, <>f tbecold We can run our Oregon’
medicines I took being
bein; of any o in the presence
BEST ill TME WORI.D
of all his children, aged mine the tear round. It never freezes
help whatever. I~
Ttsrvoari-.ir quaiitinsaro ursurpasacd. actii'illy
70 vears. He came to southern Oregon
CAitlaslins two box.'3 of any ot’.er br;i"d. Nci
of climate would iienefit ®
Ly Laat. BTGioT T31EGEN L INE.
from California in 1851 and secured 3500
me, I went to Cuba, to Florida, o
FOR SALE BY DEALERS GENERALLY, lye*
Man and wife' arc like a pair of scis
acres ot land on upper Cow creek. At
Next Door North of Opera where I remained some time o the time of hiB death he had a $17,000 sors so long as they are together, but
ITT ATER STREET—Below the Liven
they beoome daggers ns soon as they ore
drinking the waters. But all was o
VV Stable. Teints reasonable; Work
dations committed by tbe Indians. He disunited. —Popular Magazine.
no use. At last, being advised o
leaves five married daughters and a son. i
bv several friends to try Ayer’s o
Where she will be pleased Sarsaparilla, I began taking it, o: O'
Entire costume.-- v.il! this winter be
Mr. and Mrs. 8. L- Bennett gave a re
to see her old friends and were manifest. To-day I con
union party to the pioneer ladies of old
Manzanita precinct, at the Bennett place ties of fur.
sider myself a perfectly healthy O O
two miles north of Medford. There were
Black, wine color and golden brown
man, with a good appetite and O
overcomes iuhei’itetl tveakness and all the teudtncies toward
present, Mrs. S. Root, Mrs. A. Merri velvets will l»o tn great demand for fall
not the legist trace ot my former O
Emaciation or Consumption. Thin, weak babies and growing
man, Mrs. Jane E. Plvinale, Mrs. W. J.1 and winter millinery.
complaint. To all my friends, O
DR. JORDAN & CO.’S
Plymale, Mrs. Anna Beall, Mrs. R. V.
and especially young men like O'
children and all persons suffering from Loss of Flesh, Weak
Clover blossoms uro particularly fash
Beall, Mrs C. Magruder, Mrs. A. Har
1 recommend Ayer’s Sar O
GREAT MUSEUM OF UATOMT myself,
Lungs, Chronic Goughs, and Wasting Diseases will receive
vey, Mrs. John Beek, Hon. E. F. Walk
saparilla, if in need of a perfectly o
1051 Market St., San FmncHco
untold benefits from this great nourishment.® The formu’a
(Between 6lh and 7th Sts.) i
A. E scobar , proprietor Hotel O'
Walker was invited to take the place of productions. >’*
Go and learn how wonderfully ) ou
for making Scott’s Emulsion has been endorsed by the med
his wife, an octogenarian, who could not
are made and how to avoid sickness
Black ami white striped ribbons aro
dence, 352 W. 16th St., New 1 ork. o
' » * » • •
and disease. Museum enlarged with
lie present on account of falling health. much usod to make rosettoe and bows
ical world for twenty years. No secret about it.
thousands of new objects. Admis-
with upstanding ends, these being ex
sion 25 cts.
Passenger C<iacl'C‘ to licet y
says: “I have tried nearly every cougli
Private Office-Sanse MMuildlng
o remedy but have found nothing to "coni pare tensively employed to trim turbaus and
Scott A Bowna, N. Y.
SO cents and
1051 Market Street- Diseases ot men:
reiglit moved about town
stricture, loss of manhood, diseases of tbe skin
with Parks’ Cough Syrup. There is noth French toques_____________
Admitted tor Exhibition * o
and kidneys quickly cured without the use ot m«r-
o ing on earth like it for bronchitis. I have
■sury. Treatment personally or by latter. Send
A cup of Parks’Tea at night moves tlie
AT THE WORLD’S FAIR o
suffered ever since my discharge from the
wood of all kinds delivei
foe boek. £
army and Parks’ Cough Syrup is the only
New shoes, noua equal—$1.50. At The
remedy that has ever helped me.” bold by comfort. It is n great health giver and
Long •atablisbed and rtliable practitioners.
i town at the lowest price.
Ei A, ehsrwin,
Tie Official Records,
Best Baking Powder
The Royal Baking Powder goes further, makes
purer and more perfect food than any other.
A S H L $ Fl D
OF GOODS SOLD
FOR MOST COMPLETE LINE OF
Etc., Kept in This Country, Go To
H. C. MYER
GARLAND STOVES & RANGES,
AMMUNITION. C U T LEliA
HOWELL & CONWAY,
1ST T) VOTING
MRS. E. B. CHRISTIAN
H. J. HICKS