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FOR THE BLOOD
A Siskiyou Story by an Albany Man.
Mr. A.D. Barker returned this morning
from a visit with his wife and daughter
at Ashland, and son Jesse at Hornbrook.
In making the trip to the latter place he
crossed the Siskiyous. In his inimitable
style Mr. Barker tells of a thrilling experi
ence, a very close call to a terrible acci
dent, one that would have been aa serious
as that of a snake swallowing itself tail
first. The train was a very long freight,
drawn by three engines,—Mr. Barker
can tell you how long. In doing the
horse shoe the engine came within an
ace of running into the caboose and
knocking the whole train down a high
precipice. Mr. Barker escaped alive.—
Those Swamp Lands.
Salem, May 4.—The last application
for repayment of the 20 per cent alledged
to have been advanced on certificates of
1 sale of swamp land bv the state is for
1 83,282 acres, or $16.656. This claim is
presented by C. N. Felton, assignee of H.
1 Owens. Since 1890 the state has been
1 asked to take back and refund the pay
ment of 20 per cent on 278,893 acres,
1 amounting to $55,778. These claims for
of money on swamp lands is
the result of the actions of the board of
commissioners daring Governor
’s administration. At that time
was severe criticism of the board
issuing certificates of sale to large
of vaguely described swamp lands
before they were listed as such by the
department. The Government
1 agents were also accnsed of conniving
land speculators in securing large
I tracts of the public domain under the
1 swamp land act. The legislative assem
bly of 1887 appointed a joint investigating
to inquire into the manage
I ment and sale of swamp lands. That
reported that the business of
I the board was loosely kept and censured
board for issuing certificates of sale
to larze bodies of swamp land imperfectly
and not listed to the state by
1 the United States government. The re
intimates that of the 484,778 acres
1 certified to H. C. Owens, the greater part
i not swamp land.
MAY 9, 1895,
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
Chief of the County Papers.
Published every Thursday.
E. J. KAISER, Proprietor.
One year...............................................$2 50
Six months ......................................... j 50
Advertising rates given on application.
Çhanded JAands !
Story & Eggers, barbers, Ashland House
P. 8. Combs, the Eldrianna boomer, is in
Max Muller has been appointed receiver
of the Medford distillery.
Sam Clarey, the Hornbrook miner, was
over the first of the week.
Miss Etta Medynski of Medford is teach
ing the Applegate school.
The Famous Hostelry of Southern Oregon is now
B. F. Taber built a new residence for Ed.
Scheffelin on Foots creek.
Under the Management of
County Clerk N, A. Jacobs was shaking
hands in Ashland Friday.
Josephine Co. Circuit Court.
James Linebaugh arrived from Eugene
Saturday to visit his brother.
ust now everybody is thinking about
Governor Turney, of Tennessee, has
vice not complete. Motion to amend com
taking something for the blood.
Joy’s for the Jaded.
pardoned the Seventh Day Adventists
Joy’s Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
A Spring medicine as we speak of
Navigating Rogue River.
Lucy A Telford vs O A C R R. Decree
it. And it’s a good thing to do, but you
J. H. Whiteman, the abstractor, is visit-
convicted and imprisoned in the Rhea
About six weeks ago a party of five
want to get the proper medicine. If you
Q&CRRvs G W Palethorpe. Contin county jail for working on Sunday.
prospectors, Messrs Paine, Milner, War
consult your physician he will tell you to
Miss Cora Bedford has returned to Wood-
ued for term.
\1/HO HAS improved the House and is pre-
ren and two others, started down Rogue
A B Titus vs School dist No 3, Josephine
river in a boat from Grants Pass on a
pared to Entertain the Traveling Public
county. Judgment for plaintiff for $225
The W. C. T. U. state convention meets in
prospecting trip, with Gold Beach as Roseburg
mnlrn - GOOD LIVED
in First Class Style.
their objective point. News recently re
Estate of M Josephson vs Jas Calvert.
Steve Cornut and Ed. Wilson of Central
egon abating the Salem nuisance and
ceived from the party does not indicate Point
Default and judgment asked for.
that they had a very pleasant trip. They
Fanny Rice vs Dwight Rice; divorce. giving the tin-horn fraternity a rest.
and that, because the liver has every
Samuel Williams, the Josephine county
report the river very rough, and several miner,
thing to do with the blood. If the liver
J H Ahlf vs C Stillenger. Judgment for
narrow escapes were encountered on
A California factory has just turned out
is sluggish the system is clogged, the
Mrs. Wm. Higenbotham died last week
blood becomes impure, and the whole
gang. It will be pulled by
pelled to abandon the boat 70 miles from
body suffers. Every medicine recom
Tried, guilty; fined $50—paid.
See the tine assortment of ribbons that
power traction engine and
State vs Jas Knapp; assault and battery.
mended for the blood is supposed to
have just arrived at M.ver A Gregory’s.
work on the liver. Then get at once the
Ira Wakefield, the sage of Eden precinct,
O^^Special Rates to Boarders and large parties of Tour
tance is generally considered 100 miles
State vs W U llrown; larceny of dwelling. ten feet at one time.
“K ing of L iver medicines ,”
to the sea by river, but this party thinks has been undergoing a severe sick spell.
He eseaped. Indictment found.
When in Ashland don’t fail to stop at Hotel Oregon.
G. F. Billings attended the state Sunday
W P Belding vs Ilammersley Mining Co.
it is fully 130 miles. The river is rough school
and dangerous and that it can ever be
The Depot Grocery
L. J. Knapp, a Stevensville, Montana, at
Nannie Barr vs Briggs Valley Mining Co. his pardoning machine already. He
made navigable for any size or condition
has bought the Depot gro Decree for plaintiff.
of craft they think is simply nonsense.
J A Jennings vs Hattie Howel). Contin
pecial Sun<d.ay Uinners
class groceries and provisions which ued for term.
can get, and in these respects acts just
Cliff Payne left again Sunday for Patter- of
' are first
When Others Fail
State of Oregon vs R C Turner; indict like l’ennoyer. But he is a republican
It does its work well, and tones up the
Hood's Sarsaparilla builds up the shattered
Fresh Eastern oysters, Turkey and Cranberry
and attractive place. Dont fail to call and ment for criminal trespass on mining claim.
whole system. It is“ Better than Pills,”
system by giving vigorous action to the di creek.
see Loomis in his new headquarters.
and that makes a vast difference.
Tap soles, 25 cents per pair, at M. H.
«nd can be had in liquid or powder.
gestive organs, creating an appetite and
Sauce, Price 50 Cents.
W B Hurst vs Anaconda Mining Co.
purifying the blood. It is prepared by Howell’s boot and shoe shop, opposite I. O.
A Salem paper boasts that Marion
modern methods, possesses the greatest O. F. block.
Martha J McManus to Mrs M E Deni
curative powers, ana has the most wonder 8upt. J. L. Madden of the Luckey Bart 1 son—lot 10, blk 40 Medford; $100.
county is the banner republican county
ful record of actual cures of any medicine mine has moved to Jackson, Amador
F V Medynski to G W Bashford—lots 1
Mr. G. Caillouette. Druggist, of Beavers- of the state. Why? Because a majority
in existance. Take only Hood’s.
1 and 2 in blk 2. Cottage add to Medford, and ville,
says: ‘‘To Dr. King’s New Dis of the Marion county people feed at the
lots No. 1, 2 and 3, blk No. 1, Ish add to covery III.,
I owe my life. Was taken with La public crib and they hold their positions
Hood’s Pills are purely vegetable, and
JJ) M. BROWER M. D.
Grants Pass and is acting as ageut ot the ■
and tried all the physicians for
do not purge, pain or gripe. 25c.
No. 5. blk No. 2, and lot 4, blk No. 3. West Grippe
miles about, but of no avail and was given by virtue of their supporting the g. o. p.
Oregon Better Than California.
Miss Effie Armitage of Ashland is giving ¡
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
up and told I could not live. Having Dr.
add to Medford ; $1000.
splendid satisfaction as teacher of the Pros Cottage
King's New Discovery in my store I sent
Instead of telling the country what he
A shland ,
O regon .
for a bottle and began its use and from the
No. 23 ar.d 24 in blk marked “D.” R R add first
Southern Oregon has a wide reputation pect district school.
not “believe” about bimetalism,
Howell’s $9 boots or shoes are guaranteed to
1 Ashland; $150.
as a fruit-raising and mining section;
using three bottles was up and about again. the secretary of agriculture would be
Office—At Residence intersection of Me also as being blessed with one of the best
It is worth its weight in gold. We won’t
site I. O. O. F. block.
j in tp 36 s, r 2 w; $160.
chanic, Laurel and Main Streets,
climates in the United States. But one
keen store or house without it.” Get a free more useful if he recognized, as his pre
at Ashland Drug Co’s Drug store.
decessor did, that he is the tail of the
passing through the country, who is not is holding down a chair in Thos. Simpson’s near
Goldendale, Wash; $1 00
J^AVIS & FORCE DENTAL co. acquainted with it and who has beard of
cabinet and would do his best to keep
The Portland Steam Laundry.
southern Oregon resources, cannot help
John Grant and Miss Arizona Evans
the flies off the administration.
(Successors to Caldwell & Davis.)
asking why the country is worthy ot were married recently at Central Point by
The Portland ateam laundry, the beat
Rev. R. W. Kennedy.
• I. 0. 0. F. B lock , A shland , O gn .
and timber can be seen from the trains.
The Salvation Army has followed the
work and the prompt dispatch and another event—namely, the Van
Peter Henderson has bought a barber- firat-clasa
SEAMLESS GOLD. Aluminum Crowns The Southern Pacific railroad passes shop
at The Dalles and his wife has joined of
1 business with accuracy and reliable derbilt divorce. Our leading million example of tho Pope and issued an order
and Gold Bridges a Specialty.
through the poorest part of southern him in their new home.
I safety, has established an agency in Ash aire families, whatever else their sins prohibiting the members from joining
Oregon. One may leave the railroad at
at the barber shop of Eggers Story
Hon. J. H. Stewart, the Eden precinct land
any point between Eugene City and Ash fruit raiser, will have 30 carloads of pears in
i the Ashland House block and these and shortcomings, have been thus far secret societies. The reason assigned is
| gentlemen will be pleaBed ro receive your singularly free from domestic scandals. that every member is pledged to devote
land, Oregon, and in less than a ten for market this summer.
minutes’ drive in almost any direction
Mrs. James Cunnyngham is out from orders
and guarantee satisfaction.
In that respect they were a model to all his time, energies and money to the
from the railroad may see some of the Portland visiting her’ folks, C, E. Wilcox
But now support of the army, and therefore has
W. E. Jacobs has returned from Puyallup, their fellow countrymen.
finest farms, orchards and mines in the and family of Evans creek.
the Van no right to be connected with any other
state. There are only a few mines to be
Medford and Pokegama will both cele derbilt and Astor families. At the organization.
seen from the railroad, those being only restaurant business in Medford and
Have opened a new placer mines. Placer mining has been are domg a nice business.
I brate the 4th.
same time that the divorce of Mrs.
Send your printing to the R ecord
carried on in southern Oregon since the
From present indications there will be
William K. Vanderbilt from her hus
office. Prompt work and low prices.
early days, but tho miners never turned The crew of 25 men have quit.
in camp of Republican clubs
J. E. Cox has joined the carpenters at band is granted the petition of J.
their attention to quartz until a few years
meet in Portland this month,
Coleman Drayton for divorce from his
ago and now southern Oregon can boast
Phoenix the public school has been re- 1 mine.
ASHLAND HOTEL BUILDING, of having some of the most promising at
sprinkling of free silver-
wife, Caroline Astor Drayton, is in
opened by Miss Amy Cantrail.
delegates, enough to
Geo. Ftcke and 8. Donaldson, miners of the Bank of Ashland with the following
("Geo. W. Vaupel’s old stand)
the Jacksonville district, were in Ashland , directors:
if not to dictate the
H. Ammerman, G. S. Butler,
ND INVITE THEIR FRIENDS need
F. H. Carter, H. B. Carter, D. R. Mills. E. must regret these suits. Divorce is justi tone of the resolutions. The Republicans
E. W. Joy Company—Gentlemen: I last week going to Siskiyou county.
ing a first-class shave or hair cut to
J. H. Story, brother of A. W. Storv of V. Carter was re-elected cashier and F. H.
give them a call. Remember the place, have suffered from a nervous prostration Ashland,
fiable and necessary at times, bHt it of Oregon are split in two on the money
is at his home near Gold Hill Carter
EGGERS & STORY.
question, as well aa the Democrats.
etable Sarsaparilla has curedme. My liver,
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Angle and Lew Ben ought not to be either justifiable or
stomach and bowels have been very in
Thomas Baldwin, who has been spending , der of Medford have moved to Ashland to necessary in families that have all that
| nearer Mr. Angle's interest’s in the
active, but since taking your remedy I am the winter with his son at Prineville, will be
DR. JORDAN A CO.’S eiiurviY
Southern Oregon, like all other mining
men and women return to Brownsboro in a fortnight.
Jenny creek timber land belt. They are earth can afford to make them happy sections, has been cursed with a class of
GREAT MUSEUM OF AIATOIY l8^
“8«11- M b . W m . H enry J ones .
Fred Witt and Miss Nellie Moore of living
in the old Lieut. Swift house on main as well as honorable and olean moral
Woodville celebrated May day by getting street.
ly. People with the millions and the so-called mining men or imaginary ex
1061 Market St., San Francisco
married. Judge Simpkins officiating.
(Between 6th and 7th Sts.)
The newly elected officers of the Endeavor social standing of the Astors and Van perts who are in the habit of bonding as
Mrs. J. O. C. Wimer and daughter of society
of the Presbyterian church are:
Ge and learn how wonderfully you
Stayton have joined Uncle Jake at Grants President, Miss Clara Mingus; vice pres derbilts ought to hold it incumbent on many mines as possible and making flat
are made and how to avoid rickneea
JJpss where he is running a feed store.
and diaeaae. Museum enlarged with
ident Bert Spencer; secretary, Fred Ulen; themselves to set a respectable example tering promises to the owners. This
thousands of new objects. Admit-
class of experts or confidence men usually
Miss Louise Kubli has returned to Jack- treasurer,
John McIntosh; corresponding
si on 25 ctB.
D e PEATT—At Athena, Umatilla county, sonville after spending the winter with her secretary
Miss Fannie Fox; superinten to the world. And whatever any crank contract as many debts as possible, and
Private Office—name Building
April 24,1895, to Mr. and Mrs. DePeatt, a sister, Mrs. Juage Watson, in Portland.
may say the highest and best develop
1 dent, Mrs. E. E. Pratt.
10.11 market Street— Diseases ot men:
Conductors Hansbrough and Houston, ment of society thus far is the family then go to some distant city to raise cap
stricture, lose of manhood, diaeaaea of the akin
Ed. Scheffelin and Alex Orme secured
and kidneys quickly cured without the use ot ner-
FREEMAN—In Central Point, May 6,1895, ¡13000 out of 1500 lbs. of ore from their Little the latter accompanied by his wife, are off and a beautiful, wholesome, pure and ital to invest in the mines, but seldom
<owrv. Treatment personally or by letter. Send
to Mr, and Mrs. Will Freeman, a son.
Jertha mine, near the Buncombe ledge on for the Atlanta convention. Conductor L.
B. Hendricks is doing Houston’s train and loving family life. From it has sprung
—In Medford, May 2. 1895, to the Foots creek.
Longestablished and reliable practitioners. TINKER
The Woman’s Relief Corps will give a
- wife of C. N. Tinker, a daughter.
Towns are calling attention to their
supper and “night-cap social” at Granite place on the Ashland-Roseburg freight.
Hall, May 9th. Admission, 15 cents. Good
by the success they meet with
There are at present six factories in
The Old Reliable
Cal. says: ''Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy is this country manufacturing sugar from in disposing of their bonds. Probably,
J. A. Lansignont, who formerly served a the first medicine I have ever found that
FARNSWORTH—LANGELL — In Jack term in the penitentiary, from Jackson would do me any good.” Price 50c. Sold beets. Three of these are located in Cal when they have paid interest on these
ifornia, two in Nebraska and the remain
sonville, May 7,1895, G. J. Farnsworth of county, has got in again for stealing $47 by E. A. S herwin .
ing one in Utah. A plant has been lo hondu for a term of years and the princi
Klamath Falls and Miss Jesse Langell, worth of tools in Clackamas county.
215 Montgomery street, extending
daughter of Hon. Nat. Langell, Circuit
Congressman Hermann, the celebrated man, whose Silver lake store and hall went cated in Virginia, but ha« never been pal of them becomes due, their solidity
Judge H. K. Hanna officiating.
from Pine to Bush streets, San
errand boy, has secured mail service from up in the terrible holocaust on the memor operated on (be name scale as the others. won’t be worth calling attention to. The
Francisco, Cal. Business center of MATNEY—PEAROE at Herling, April 28, Atele to Lorella, Klamath county, twice a able Christmas eve, is erecting a new store The largest of these factories is the one man who never floats a note has the best
1895, Wm. Matney and Miss Grace V. week and back, to commence May 1st.
34x60, and has gone to Portland for a new at Watsonville, Cal., which baa a capac
the city, convenient to all banks
J. F. Gaziev, Jr., the star orator and en stocc pf gooffs which will be opened the 1st ity of about 1000 tons of beets per day. credit, always; and it is the same with
insurance offices and places of
populiqt worker qf Canyonville, is of Jurfe.
The Chino factory consumes 800 tons. towns,
amusement. Containing 300 rooms. BROPHY—McANDREW — At the resi ergetic
The Roseburg city council removed Mar It was enlarged during the past season
dence of the bride’s parents in Medford delivering a series ot speeches in Douglas
“The Honest Money League” has just
shal Carroll, on account of the dog im and now, perhaps, equals that at Watson
precinct, May 1,1895, by Rev. L, P. Des county in behalf of the people’s cause.
4. f>. YOUNG, Proprietor.
W. F. Crosby the wheat buyer has char pounding scandal, and appointed David ville. The other factories each average been formed in Illinois. It is opposed to
marais, J. J. Brophy and Miss Rose C.
TERMS—11.50, $2 and $2.50 per day.
tered the steamer Farallón to run on the Clements his successor. Carroll refuses to about 800 tons daily.
free silver at the ratio or 16 te 1 without
Free coach to and from the Hotel
Yaquiná route. This steamer was recently have his head knocked off that wav and
on the San Francisco Puget Sound route. Roseburg will have two marshals until the
international cooperation. The name
Chamberlain’s Eye and Skin Ointment und^i- which this idea navigates, “The
D. D. GOOD.
A. M. Kerr, who built the valley tele courts pass on the case.
phone line, is expected out from Chicago to
Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salv.
Rey. Father Desmarais bad the Catholic
GAILEY—In Pleasant creek precinct, May improve
the system and to also extend the church crowded with a very attentive audi Rheum, Scald Head, Sore Nipple^, v«*pped Honest Money League,” is enough to kill
4. 18JJ5, Prof. T. E. Gailey, aged about same to include
Central Point in the circuit. ence and the Rev. gentleman preached for Hands, Itching Piles,
’ Frost Bites, it. Anything or anybody that proclaims
Chas. W. Fulton, the Astoria politician, a full hour on the divinity of Christ. The Chronic Sore Ej AaJ'Gianulated Eye Lids. its or his honesty as a card of recommen
BOWER.—In Medford. May 1, 1895, tlie was at Grants Pass last week in the circuit Rev. Father congratulated the Ashland
dation is, nine times out of ten, unworthy
two-year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. court. He was also making himself popu people on their good attendance and fMp For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box.
lar with the boys for a future remembrance. play exhibited in listening to the c^plaiitf.
of support and undeserving. Virtue
to hors F ownebs .
BIGELOW—On Williams creek, April 28.
Hats! So it is a hat you are after. Just lion of Christian doptrine fn>ni a Catholic
never attaches titles or
1895, of diphtheria, June, son of Mr. and call and see the stock Vaupel, Norris & standpoint, Father Desmarais will hold dition try Dr. Cady’s Condition Powders. ority over others.
Mrs. C. O. Bigelow; in the 14th year of his Drake have received. They will sqit and
They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure
please you sure. Direct from the factories.
The proceedings brought by Dalton loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
J. L. Verier seems to be about the
The Roseburg Review editorially de Wheeler against District Attorney Don- kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving
meanest “cuss” in Oregon—and that’s
clares E. Hofer of Salem and Senator’B. F. pell to force him to issue a warrant for new life to an old or over-worked horse
Alley of Lane county the two most form
saying a good deal. He has been ap
idable rivals Congressman Hermann will the arrest of the editor of the Los An cents per package. For sale '.»y druggists.
KINDS of Freight,
geles Times on the charge of libel were
pointed superintendent of the deaf, dumb
For sale at E. A. Sherwin’« drug store.
have m the next convention.
and blind children of the state—a highly
Mrs. J. P. Gilmore, accompanied by her dismissed by Judge Vandyke. The
/•Baggage, household goods
grandaughters. Misses Leda and Agnes Times' published an article severely
Isadpre Jacobs, of San Francisco, who appropriate place for such a character—
M ain S treet , O pposite P laza .
etc., transferred with prompt
Rice, arrived at this place from Ashland criticising Wheeler and others who ¿otc draws a salary of $10,000 a year as mana
Friday, for a visit with her son, J. W. Gil ducted meetings similar tj, gpiriluaiistio ger of the California Canneries Company, and yet he persists in trying to keep Nel
ness and safety.
more and wife.—Riddle Enterprise.
lie M. Stevens, who beat him. in the ZPJLIJSTTS, JPJLIJSrTZEIEòS’ TOOLS,
seances, and. wjiM they requested the said the other day that “the canners in
Hauling on a large
San Francisco alone will save this year election, out of the public school superin
WALL IFJLZPZELL. GLASS. ETC.
having the best type and machinery of any district attorney to issue a warr<vit for $250,000 in tin used in making canB tendency of Union county. Carter’s re
office in southern Oregon. The very best the arrest of the proprietor df the paper
scale contracted for.
, W rapping MP apkks and T wines . ARTISTS’ MATERIALS.
of city work at the lowest prices. All or he refused, claiming as a reason that through the reduction of the tariff. publican friends ought to sit down on
Last year there was shipped out of this
ders by mail attended to promptly.
there was no merit in their demands.
state $3,500,000 worth of canned goods. him-:hard.—Alliance Herald.
The Messenger lioys struck a rich pocket
A burlesque of “Romeo and Juliet” This year I think we shall send $1,500,000
on Powell’s creek last week. They took
Tho cause of the loss of the Spanish
out about $1000 worth of ore which they re was produced in Oakland the other worth.”
cruiser Reina Regenta should bo a
duced on their arastra. The pocket at last night by a number of well-known soci
Four Rig Successes.
accounts had not “petered out.’’—Courier. ety young men. The title role was taken
warning to all builders of modern cruis
tne needed merit to more than ers. She was so weighted down with
FIT FOR A KUNG.
house at Jacksonville has been converted
make good all the advertising claimed for
into an office for County Assessor Geo. A. about 200. Juliet’s coetume in the third them, the following four remedies have heavy armapient in her bow that she
FRENCH X DUMCLLKO CALF.
Jackson and Mr. Colvig now has an elegant act was flu de sieole, ecaslsting of whito' reached, a phenomenal sale. Dr. King’s could not withstand storms. In our
law office and counseling room in the Orth satin bloomers. Juliet ferine 6$ the New Discovery, for Consumption, Coughs,
THE BANE OF HUMAN LIFE,
^4*3.59 F ine C alf &K angarotl
Colds, each bottle guaranteed—Electric American gunboats the Machias and
stage cn a hicM-pUte.il bicycle. The and
POLICE,3 soles .
the Castine, from a similar reason, the
Reuben Daw and Geo. Edsall of Phoenix
Driven Out of the System by
had a scrap, during whicti Kctasll polled a other characters were equally groteMue. and Kidneys. Bucklen’s Arnica Salve, the construction was so faulty that the ves
* -EXTRA FINE-
knife. At the preliminary examination The farce was a great ¿uocete and had
Pills, which are a perfect pill. All these sels had to be changed and lengthened.
before Judge Dunlap at Jacksonville, Ed to be repeated._______-_____
remedies are guaranteed to ao just what is Too muoh science sometimes makes a
List of Letters
claimed for them and the dealer whose name
Remaining uncalled for in the Ashland is attached herewith will be glad to tell you thing top heavy.
Hon. H. B. Miller is determined to be a
more of them. Sold at E. A. S herwin ’ s .
“For five years, I was a great Os
congressman and has moved to a more P. O., May 6, 1895:
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
W- L--D O UG
blood disease, none of the various , O
pirations, haying taken up his permanent Everson, Mr. W. C. Hogue, D. W.
Over One Million People wear the
John, W. P.
residence at Eugene, where he purchased Elzwick, Oliver
medicines I took being of any Q
O'Donell, Wm. B.
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes change of climate would benefit o '
Soloman. Mr. Edw.
Postmaster Eugene Protzman of Port
Al! our shoes are equally satisfactory
land and F. C. Hadley, a railway mail ser
They give the best value for the money.
“ C ave S pring , G a ., May 21,1894.
Persons calling for same will please say
and then to Saratoga Springs, < o
vice chief, were fishing in Rogue river
They equal custom shoes in style and fit.
“My baby was a living skeleton. The doctors said he was dying of Maras
W. H B runk , P.
recently and hooked so many of the finny advertised,” _
where I remained some time o
Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
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mus, Indigestion, etc. The various foods I tried seemed io keep him alive, but
The prices are uniform,--stamped on sole.
tribe that they alarmed their Portland
drinking the waters. But all was o
From $1 to §3 saved over ether makes.
did not strengthen or fatten him. At thirteen months old lie weighed exactly
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
W-, JtoPCoMFAsr—Gentlemen: This what he did at birth—seven pounds. I began using “Scorr’s E mulsion ,” some
by several friends to try Ayer’s o
J. J. Brophy, of the vzell-kpo^p Brophy is E.
the first time I have attempted to write times putting a few drops in his bottle, then again feeding it v ilh a Fi*>on: then
Sarsaparilla, I began taking it, o:
years. Have been so nervous and again by the absorption method of rubbing it iuto his body. The < l‘>< ( w mar
and very soon favorable results °i
Miss Rose McAndrew, the charming and for three
that I have laid in bed for most of velous. Baby began to stouten and fatten, and became a beucH.tai^iiupled boy,
were manifest. To-day I con o
interesting daughter of Thos. McAndrew of week
Medford, were married at the home of the the A time.
sider mvself a perfectly healthy o
who had taken your Sarsaparilla a wonder to all, S cott ’ s E mulsion supplied the 01m
on May 1st. They have many friends sent friend
I kennom W illiams .”
man, with a good appetite and o
me two bottles. The second one is
who wish them much happiness and pleas most gone, and I have gained twenty
not the least trace ot my former o
ure in the married state.
Jackson Co., Oregon.
complaint. To all my friends, o
pounds, and surely feel a new woman. 1
Mayor Sutro of San Francisco has bought was pale—thin. No ambition. Had given
and especially young men like o
the painting, “Crater Lake” by Mrs. J. D. up, as I had tried so many remedies and L
myself, 1 recommend Ayer’s Sar o
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Fountain of Klamath Falls, paying a hand doctors but foand no benefit. If you care
saparilla, if in need of a perfectly o
some price for the same to be placed in the to publish this vou have my consent.
is especially useful for sickly, delicate children when their other food
reliable blood-purifier.” — J ose o celebrated
NOTARY PUBLIC and
art gallery at the Cliff House.
(Signed) MRS. A. C. TILLMAN,
A. E scobar , proprietor Hotel o
This is the best picture of Crater lake extant
COLLECTOR OF ACCOUNTS
Victoria, Key West, Fla.; resi o
and as Mayor Sutro has been there this is
dence, 352 W. 16th St., New York. o
indeed a high compliment to Mrs. Foun
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