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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1897)
Jamas Drum returned from Man Francis
co »• riday He will sell out his business in
Tbe peach shipment, .«•! la eversrlng .
JscksonviUe whe e he has been fur 30
car a day Two c»re e day go to Portland
y< ars. and move n» OaklNnd. Cal.
It the ><Rir I m falling out, or turning grav. •nd tl>. fioimd. Ths markeis have been
A8HLAND, Or. Thursday, Aug. 19. l«97. requiring
a siimulant with n<>u-iMhinv and ver.v l°w' r®’> cars of Ashland * ;
coloring food, H m II' s Vegetable Stedten | will
IU tbe aasternmarketbegin-
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Hair Kenewer is just the specific
1 1 nlng
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
G. W A. Putnam Cramer, the Grants
Barerai dryara are being put up in 1
left » yesterday
ytj-icruAj to juiu
th. _ Virgin-
Nsil-gUsby party at Dsad *_
In- u>wn 10 uke
oi *>■»• of »h« '<«>••• ■
Mrs. Lee Rogers is on the sick list.
dian tor the balance of their tour.
R. Beewick haa put one on bio placa. ■
Jack Bailey went to Quid Hill yesterday
Mrs. Geo. Fitch and children of Portland E. W. Goff io erecting ono for general
and Mi«s Agnes Fitch, who has been liv
W. 8 McKee returned to Los Angeles ing in Philadelphia, arrived yesterday to drying on Granite atreet. Goo. Potter r
visit Engineer McCarthy and family.
and Hiram Fox have built one in a tent I
Go to F< x A Hildreth for ice. Delivered
Delbert Terrill and John Compton, two neat railroad track and are drying on 1
at your door.
clever and popu'ar Butte creekers, have | abareo, operating it dav and night.
Mingus’ Union liverv stables
Otis Helman and wife leave for Pelican at Medford and took charge Saturday.
Large eldpmenta of fruit are to be >
Bay this week
The ship-owners and outfitters of the i mads to eastern markets from Riddles
Miss Genevieve Reatuea was a Coles tin Pacific r a*t have good reason to believe
Twenty cars of silver and Italian prunes
in the Klondike bonanz <. There are more
will be shipped by W L. Wilson, G. K
James Hsrvevcame in from his Modoc ways to get gmd than thawing it out.
county ranch Monday.
,u isnrn ruvuvt
ttri u Quinn,
1 , W. Riddle, A. Riddle 4
camned up e
ahlandcreek | ~
^on, and others, ...
all by the Earl «-susi
Mrs. Dr. Parson went to Jacksonville Waldo Klum
canyon. Mrs E “
B. Wairsd will
join them ! Co. of ‘ “
Portland. Jeffries A Co., of Port-
Tuesday to visit friends.
tomorrow. . Mi.. Kthsl hU b«.. quite ill. | |an(|. wil| ,hip
Mrloa(J, o, gr(H.n
M 0. Kasson, the Pelican Bay land own
hi.wr“ci;T&^ Ki7S.%r|'’hniUre” ?‘rADdwm^t,y prua*,rom
er, was in town yesterday*
A Fatal Railroad Aooident.
Monday'« Roseburg Review )
;_ £ 8.
P. read at 10 -30 la.t night, in the OoW
®,8tk canyoo. one mile south of Uniao
Clee|| .p(le il0lnp o| a
Bubbles or Medals.
Fine facilities for Instruction and Rates ax low M
the lowset. Open* September lfitn, 18V7. Nev Il
Irom the mountain aide upon tbe track,
lustrated Catalogue, giving full information eent oa
striking the engine ol tbe northbound
11. L. BOARDMAN, Pros.
Best aaraaparillai.” When you think of it how contradic
freight, burling It instantly from tba
tory that term is. For there can be onlv one best in anything —one
track. The engine pluogeu toward the
best sarsaparilla, as there is one highest mountain, one longest
creek on the right of tho track and whan
river, one deepest ocean. And that best sarsaparilla is- ' ■ ■ ? ....
it came to a stop wee 40 feet from tbe
There’s the rub! You can measure mountain height and ocean
depth, but how test sarsaparilla? You could if you were chemists.
right of wav. On stopping it toppled
But then do you need to test it? The World’s Fair Committee
toward tbe lelt, or fireman’s side, and
Know that a cheap advertisement
tested it, — and thoroughly. They went behind the label on the
fortunately Engineer E. J. Stroud eo-
bottle. What did this sarsaparilla test result in ? Every make
Means cheap and worthless goods.
caped Into the creek practically un
of sarsaparilla shut out of the Fair, except Ayer’s. So it was
injured, except tbe ebock and a wrench
that Ayer's was the only sarsaparilla admitted to the World’s
in the back. Fireman Robt. McEwan
The committee found it the best. They had no room for
was caught by tbe right hand, fracturing
anything that was not the best. And as the best, Ayer’s Sarsa
hie forearm in his efforts to free himself,
ANY THING YOU BUY OF
parilla received the medal and awards due its merits. Remember
as he explained before bio death, and es
the word »• best ” is a bubble any breath can blow; but there are
caping cream from tbe broken injector
others are _ b!ov.ing
“best »2 aparilla” bubbles since the World's Fair pricked the
fce<i pipe oealded him severely during
..... has the medal. —
Will Check up One Dollar for one
True, • but . Ayer's
the short time before he could be re
pin th- •cratches
«-ratchet the medal proves
provea it gold. The pin that pricks
Everybody is busy picking and packing be «one a coupl» of weeks. He is baring i Ibe orchard of G. W . Peters.
cents worth of actual value
leased. Hie neck, trunk and a portion
the fruit crop for market.
tbe bubbi. proves it wind. We point
>int to medals,
con«tderable improvements made on the | Salem dispatco, Aug. 13:—Three car of both arms were frightfully burned.
Miss Myrtle Lawton returned to Medford
! loftds of green fruit were shipped from Head Brakeman John Flook waa on tbe
yesterday from Colestin
Steve Curran, the veteran hostler who
Frank M. Mingns was up from M «if ord took care ol the overland stare company's Salem to the east today. Thia is the engine and waa caught by tbe band,
Tuesday on a business trip.
stock until the railroad connected, is In largest one day’s shipment of the season. which waa badly bruis^l, tbe middle
town on a vuit. He is from Klamath
County Clerk Jackson went to Colestin Falls.
Two ears were shipped by tbe Oregon finger being broken, and his band con
and Copyritbts. All Rishis ReserrsS.
yesterdav to remain awhile.
Fruit 4 Produce Go. and one by 8. A. siderably scalded. Hie injuries are not
Miss Linnie Croa.rasn Is psylnx her
at all serious. Four care, including the
Joe Pierce of the Klania'h Falls Express br Hhe-s. Ora and Will Croa«ms'i. a visit at Clarke and Dr. Revnolde.
visited the valley this week.
refrigerator, followed tbe engine to the
Or.'« fruit ranch in Ashland and will re-
Miss Elsie Patterson went to Colntin nia n some weeks before returning to Red
creek, and four more were derailed, lying
yesterday to remain until Sunday
The work of constructing the three upon the right of wav. There were quite
8. Patterson returned this week from mile ditch to bring water power to tbe
W. W. Cardwell of Roseburg sailed for
Or pw pla at home, wishing to
a number of men beating their way upon
Kiamath hot springs where he took his i
Klondike on the Bristol Saturday.
puichase tbeir Winter supply of
daughters. Misses Rosa and Lillie Patter- > Shorty-Hope mine mill is nearing com- tbe train, and shortly before tbe accident
Mrs. Wi'i Myer returned recently from a son
four left tba refrigerator ear and were
visit with her folks in Saras Valley.
new ditch to drink itself full enough to riding upon a flat loaded with lumber.
Henry Ammerman returned Sunday
Mrs. Jennie Pierce of Grava Valiev* Cal..
from his K amath county interests.
Gue of them was killed and is still under
i<< visiting Ashland. Robert Leonard, tbe
well-known railroad man and politician, ia I will be run through the mill by steam tbe wreck. The otber three were badly
A. H. Maegley of Portland visited his 1 showing
For spst cash will find It to their
the hdv the sights *of Ashland
old home in Jacksonville this week.
R. P. Brownell, tbe millman, has arrived injured and are now in the Douglas
interest to get our prices on - ch
and southern Oregon.
bills before buying. .
from Copperopolie, Cal., and 8upt. James county hospital here, The other train-
Mrs. P. Dunn. Mrs. Ed Fields and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Wm. Johnson, tbe latter
D. L. Rice visited Colestin Saturday.
meu wore Conductor Al Morris and
formerly Mha ^isemoreof Saras valley, are i will soon have it in operation.
Cbas. Chitwood is working in H. T. Chit- out from Portland visiting relatives. In
Judge W. H. Reid of Tacoma, who has Brakeman B. W. Maddox and Ralph
Wood’s drug store at Klamath Fails.
To choup cash «tore« ana
company with J. E. Pelton and tamily they
been spending a number of weeks in Knight, none of them being injured. At
Low Grade Goode when you
Ralph Stackpole of Igerna, Cal., visited will noon stretch a catup at Gotewtin for a
get good goods At home for
his cousin, Will DePeatt, yesterday.
Fox A Hildreth have ice in large or small Joe Bar placer mines on Elliott creel* E.tee, Dr. J. C. Twitcbell, tbe local 8.
James Pelton of Crook county was in
owned by the Siskiyou Mining Co. war P. surgeon, and a force of bridgeiueo
Eugene this week on cattle business.
Will Shook is in from Klamath to re a Colestin visitor Sunday. These mines went to the scene of tbe wreck to render
H. J. Hicks and family and E D. Brigg«
and family leave tomorrow for Pelican bay. main unill after »he fair. He brought his are being bargained to a California syn aeaietance, snd tbe wounded men were
running horse *• Rubber Neck” to enter
S. D. Prather, an Oakland, Cal , butcher him in the races. Chastain end Walker dicate for |20,000. Judge Reid and oth made as comfortable as possible. Mr.
was in the valley this week looking up beef. will bring in’ Ten Brock.” " Border” and ers are having a coal vein near Ashland,
Estes opened a switch office and made ar
Granite Lodge, Knights of Pythias, have otber hor es will also be tn,
on Neil creek, developed.
rangements to transfer paaseugere and
decided to give a grand tur.sk ball on Crist-
Wheat h arriving al the Ashland flour
If hen you are tn Ashland, Oregon,
J. P. Jennings exhibited io Cottage baggage. Under this arrangement last
mills at the rate of about 1000 bushels a |
stop at the............ ,
day. Virgin A Co raided tne price of j
Land Commissioner Binger Hermann wheat from 70 t*» 75 cenis a bushel and I Grove last week a pan of decomposed night’s northbound overland (No. 15)
was on yesterday’s train for San Fran rai-ed flour from $21 to $23 per 1000 yester- ! quartz from the Gold Bluff mine, neai reached R ieeburg today at 1 o’clock p.
d«y. Flour retails $1 25 per sack.
> Kiddle. Great etringa and chunks oi m. bringing tbe wouuded. Tbe pay car
M F. Marlin, the Little Rhasta sheep
Robt. Taylor and Je^se Houck were con- I gold could be seen all through the dirt, era. attached to the train, but could not
buyer, arrived yesterday to look the valley fined to their bed« Tue-«1ay being quite ill, i
although not more than half painted p tee tbe wreck and wae left behind.
I. W Burris* has al*o been on the -ick list.
Firemau McEwan died shortly after
Miss Nettie Hamblin of Grants Pass is All are s'owly improving. The bovs are down. There wae probably $22 or $ 3 in
$1,00 a Day Hou»e
visiting Ashland, the guest of Mrs. A. De not recouping very handsomely from their the pan. Mr. Jennings says there is reaching here, He w.c conscious to tbe
Christian Endeavor outing in San Fran
on the Pacific Coaet.
enough ore in sight, and on the surface last and recognised his friends who were
Grant and Link Helman and their fami
around him. His wife was at tbe sta
Mr. and Mrs. R A. Minkler, Mrs. H. C. I at tbat, to run a 20 stamp mill a year.
lies will return tomorrow from their Pelican
tion to accompany him to tbe hospital at
Myer and W C. Gavitt returned Monday j
County JudgeCrowell and District At
W. A. McGREW, Proprietor
from their Pelican Bay outing. Their com-1
Portland. He bade her goor.bve, and in
Mrs. Thos. Roberts arrived home recent plexi'»ns were properly bro-ized and their j torney Jeffrey came to town Saturday
a few minutes had ceased to Breathe.
ly from a visit with ber sisters at Bandon person* were du y ornamented by Amos
and Judge Crowell committed Hom-r
on the coast.
Superintendent L. R. Fields and Mas
Keto and bis artists. The pa rty had a tish-
and Harry High, aged 13 aud 15 year«,
J 8. Childers of Medford returned from ni<-k of a time generally.
ter Mechanic Younger brought up a
Redding yesterday and will work in Sut
The committee on general arrangements
By the buimug ol a H.eepmg lent al
At the annual Hussion oi dm .>outn-
wrecking train from Portland, which
for the Pioneer celebration will meet a» the school. District Attorney Jeffrey wee
Wasco, Or., a ti-year-old child of C. ern California Editorial association
Com appointed guard by Crowell and took went soul h from Roseburg at 1:30 this
Deputy Sheriff E. E. Smith and family city hall at 7:30 p. m Aug 20. 1897
afternoon, and it ia expected to have the
have returned from a summer outing in mittee: Mrs. Millie M\er, Miss Mabel Wag
Hucks was badly burned about the tbe following oilit ern were elected for
ner, Miss Nellie Bursell, Mrs. lizzie Hol-1 them to Salem on the same evening's
burg. Geo. N Anderson and John A. Me-| train. Judge Crowell left for Soda the track cleared by evening.
coming year: President J. P. Baum
hands, legs and feet.
FROM THE SHEEP TO THE MAN.
Mr. Burrill, a mini ng expert represent Call.
C. H Gillette, chairman, j
oTnxas ixjuBxn sud dkad .
SDrings, where he will spend the heated
ing Chicago parties has been here for a
The Altoona Quicksilver company gartner of tiie Riverside Press; first
Material as Strong as the Beat. Appearance Batter then All.
Articles of incorporation were filed in the
week or more.
H. H. Coffee, a young man from tbe has spent $30,(MX) in pumping out iis vice-president, \V. S. Melick of the
secrelarv of state’s office by the Jackson
C. C. Beekman, wife and daughter. Miss Mountain Mining Company; object, to one man can act as district atlornsy snd east, who was riding on top of a carload mine at Cinnabar, Shasta county, Cal. Pasadena News: second vice-pre-ident,
R. B. Harbison of the San Bernard :r.o I
Miss (’arris, left for ban Fra icisco Tuesday mine gold, silver and copper in Jackson
hold several otber lucrative offices at the of lumbar wae under the wreck three The old plan is about worn out and a
on a pleasure trip.
Sun; third vice-pret'.dent, Miss 8. M.
county. Capital. $750,000, divided into
The Mfrs, xuthoriu us to give with every pair sold this unheard-of Warranty i
hours. His left leg was bruised and new one will be put in.
Chase of the Winchester Recorder;
H. T. Coffin, ex-superintendent of the
ankle sprained, but ho will recover.
W. H. Sotewart, a Rohnerville, Cal., secretary, C. F. Smith of tbe Los An
You may buy a pair nf Dntchrvc Wool Trousers at
Ashland mine, has been at Dawson City oraiors. D M. Watson, C. L. Car and A. J
Ellis Worthington fell from the treetie
Chao. Pauling, quite an old man from nurseryville, recently displuved a yel geles Hotel Gazette; financial secretary
for two months.
Mrs. C. E. Donnelly was at Yreka one 1 about a mile from Coleetin Friday morn Oswego, Or.; left leg'badly broken; am low tia ; in front of hie premises, and and treasurer, Lyman Shaw of the
D. L Minkler A Son are buying second
hand school books between now and dept. day this week assisting Mi*s Caro Bass, j ing. He fell onto a bent and in per putation likely. This case 1a serious. after ft while began to wonder why Santa Ana Merabi; executive ! co in
Western Union operator, until help <
1st. Go see them.
inittee, J. P. But mgartner, i’. H.
from 6an Krancisco arrived The report forming several acrobatic feate, some by He haa a eon in Plunder's drug store at trade became suddenly slack.
And wear them two months. For every SUSPENDER BUT
Dr. A. C. Caldwell returned from 8an er* sent up bv Han Francisco papers to ' chance and aome by preciaion, finally
A man named Cash and his two Smith, C. D. Willard of the Los Angel-
Portland, and a wife and throe children
TON that COMES OFF WE will PAY you TEN CENTS.
Francisco Friday aud has gone to Portlaud writ»* up the Coffee creek excttem-nc sud- ( got himeelf to a ataudatill.
daughter were thrown from a buggy
If they RIP at the WAISTBAND WE will PAY you FIFTY
on a business trip.
denly flooded tbat office with telegraphic
injured about the back and right
Jerry O'Neil, a miner from Deer City, during a runaway at Petaluma, Cal. Pasadena Star and Scipio Craig < of tiie
CENTS. If they RIP in the SEAT or elsewhere, WE will
Wm. Addison was in yesterday from the business.
Hulmes place in Dead Indian, which he
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hammond and sons 1 aide, Dr. Par eon ordered him taken to dootana; lelt log broken. He was under Cash struck against a stouo fence and
PAY you ONE DOLLAR or GIVE YOU A NEW PAIR.
Both the girls
bought in the spring.
Tom and Bob, Mr. and Mrs. T. James and I the railroad hospital at Sacramento. the debris several hours but is a strong was instantly kiled.
Three placer miners, Graves lirolli-
BEST IN THE WORLD.
TRY A PHIR.
era and Carter, working a gravel mine
Worthington ia employed with Kinney's man and will probably recover. He is
Harry Bai ey, who now owns some rich
placer ground in Josephine co mty, is visit fr m their tour to Crater latce. They drove carpenter crew who are rebuilding the «aid to be pleotifuliy supplied with
A Pasadena, Cal., housemaid drew on Coffee creek, near Trinity Center»
right up to the rim with their team and 1
ing his son at Phoenix.
viewed the wonderful sight from their rig. big railroad treetie just on tbe other aide money.
her savings, about $500 out of u Los Trinity county, Cal., took oqt q |' their
Dr J. W. Robinson, wife and little The two boys went down to the lake for a
claim in two days $^,000 in gold dust.
of the Sieklvou tunnel.
None of these know tbe name of th, Angeles bank because she feared the
daughter returned to Jacksonville Monday boat ride.
She kept her One pieco weighed over 50 pounds, wa.
bunk might break.
from a stay at Colestin.
These are the evenings when the porches
wealth in her room and a sneak thief three feet long, and eight by three
Ward Sutton, Roy Hargrove, Walter of residences all over the city are adorned I has moved to the Nelson residence on irucks of one of tbe wrecked cars.
incites in thickness.
The gold was
made away with it.
Bolton and Frank Saulsbury are doing with those ravishing creatures, the summer Spring
street where she will be pleased to
Ail the injured were beating tbeir way
found in the gravel about 30 foot from
Pelican Bay for a month.
girls. Very sweet and lovable they appear, t meet her patrons and the ladles of Ashland
Captain Alexander Wyllje, a well-
nut seem to be more than ordinary
the surface, with no bedrouh hi sight.
but it should be remembered that you can
C. J. Geerof Brownsboro and J. P, Hoag never tell how a girl will look at the break whs desire first class dressmaking. Mrs.
known California pioneer, died sudden
The strike lias encouraged other min
'ramps, and talked freely with tbe re ly at San Andreas of apoplexy.
land of Central Point were registered at tbe fast table by her appearance when she sits :
Ashland House Tuesday.
porter. At Roseburg they were turned was a resident of San Jose and came ers to renew their efforts, and other
on the porch the evening before.
town in a fortnight.
rich finds are reported. Miners in
over to tbe county authorities and taken from Maine in 1850.
Gan. W Love, the capitalist, left Tues
Mi*ses Esther 8ilsbv and Clara Brown
Hickory gipch, VU miles from Coffee
day to look after bis interests ir Portland were in from the Neil-Virgin party camped
Horse and Illg For Sale.
to Mrs. Ketcbol’a hospital.
and Cowlitz county, Wash.
creek, have struck a streak of gravel
atl)e<d Indian Monday This young army
Mrs. G,o. Engwicht offers her horse, the
change branch bus decided to lease that runs $100 dollars to the pan. An
A Roseburg dispatch says it is rumored is gathering recruits and will soon move on handsomest
driving horse in town, for sale.
that the asi-enor has raised the railroad to Pelican Bay in force. Home great fish A rood buggv an I harness goes with the on overland time, the latter train being and operate the Axtell mill and timber other miner located a qiV'.rti ledge and
catching reports got abroad concerning this animal. Apply at Mrs. Kane's residence, >wo hours late. Tbe same accident to near Mineral King. It will lie run on
assessment to $7,000 per mile.
a sample eight bv ten inches and two
party. It may be somewhat astounding j s , ', \p
tbe overland would have caused a fearful the labor exchange system, and as good inches thick when assayed whea near
Will Fox, Miss Lena Elliott and Mrs. hut is given out as a fact that while out [ &prlng slree^
Frank Elliott and Mamie Kissler have gone fi«hing one evening thev had s.ilendi I sue
wages will be paid as are being paid at ly $2000 per ton. Many miners have
lose of life.
Levi Morris and Henry Baitey of Talent
to Peiicau bay and Crater lake.
cess and returned to camp and laid down were
given up the idea of going to Alaska
The stump had been burning for sev any mill in that part of the state.
over about Ashland butte on a hunt
Quarterly confeience next Saturday in
recently and killed three big buck deer.
eral days, and broke away from its fast-
A section of Broadway dock nt Sun this season and they are going to Trin
M. E. church at 8 p. m. Preaching Sun They were caught as follows: By tbe
Mi,«e« Bilsbv 1, by Nina Norris 4. by
J. K. Leabo, the Elk creek hunter, was -ninga just as the train came along
Francisco fell into the bay on account ity instead. Experienced mining men
day a. m. by Dr. Ford at 11 a. m.
Claudia Virgin 0, by Ciara Brown 2,-1402. here tbe past week selling a load of fine
of the great load of freight that had are of tiie opinion that other big strik
C. F. Gegax and Henry Werth left today
es will be made in that district. The
Time« are picking up and improving all
for the new Coffee creek mines to give Trin
vent the awful catastrophe, and, dazed been placed on it. Sixty tons of salt,
Chas. Million and Will Radcliff recently
over ihe United Slates and are looking up
ity county a month’s prospecting.
ten tons of sugar, twenty barrels ol gold is of the coarse, river cli^ne)
very materially right here at home. Tbe killed a monstrous rattlesnake in the Har-
Jeff Heard, wife and children and John cause O' natter times is the good prices be KHdine pasture cast of Bear creek, Itwa < ■aped. He landed in the brush in tbe beef and fifteen tons of chain slid intc variety and goes over $1$ pur ounce.
Barneburg and wife of Medford left yester ing resized out of the products produced a rare species, a prairie rattlesnake of ye -
■riddle of the stream. Brakeman Flook
day fur Pelican Bay on a camping trip
in till« section
There will ba more busi lowish hue, and had 11 rattles. Tbe snake
The mystery surrounding the shoot
noted tbe engineer’s emergency actions
Pallid fares indicate pale, thin bipod. ness transacted till - fall in southern Ore showed a heap of fight before it was con
ing of Rancher George Feiiofield lust
Rosy cheeks show the pure, rich blood re gon and tn Ashland than in any year for quered.
sulting from taking Hood’s Sarsaparilla tbe past eight. Wiih prices so well up
It heals everything except a broken -ngine. The wreckage and wood piled week at his farm near Madrone, Santa
people will soon get in the habit of paving
Clara county, Cal., Ims been cleared up
The Ashland Lumber Co. h putting in a up debts and moving along with better heart, may be naid of De Witt’s Witch
ver biai and be burned his band on the by the confession of Ilan Dutcher, whe
Hazel '*alve. Piles and rectal diseases,
lumber yard back of the McCad property. eptrit and eouta<e and more energy.
cuts, burns, brtyises, tetter eczema «nd miler, the escaping steam blindiog him. who admits shooting him.
They are also putting in a yard at Medford.
Salem Aug. 16 —The transcript in the ail sain troubles may be cured by it qui< k-
Mrs. F. G. Strange, Mrs. C. A, Eliason. case of Charles Fiester was returned to Ihe ly and permanently. Eugene A. Sherwin. All the trainmen went at once to Fire- the hired man, says that Schofield wai
Mrs W. H. Ledk'erwoud, and Mrs. J. R
tile« of tbe supreme court today It bad
■nan McEwan's assistance, and released running after Mrs. Schofield, armed
Wick were over-Sunday visitors at Coiest in been taken out on leave by District At
with a loaded ehotgnn intending tc
nim as soon as possible.
John Sissle of Gazelle was here yesterdav
kill ber and that he went to her assis geft, White Hands with Shapely Nails, Luxu
Hot weather still continues.
and bought 800 hea 1 of xlieep now at Ft. The appellants brief has been served on
riant Hair with Clean, Wholesome Scalp, pro
JThe estimated expenses of Ix>s An- tance and found it necessary to shoot
Klamath from John S. Herrin of this city. Attorney Jeffrey’s, and will be required to
duced by CuncuRA S oap , the most effective
Several men are now engage 1 in digging geles for the current year are $944,794. Schofield in order to prevent him from
be Hied in th« supreme court «'ton. A few
akin purifying and beautifying soap in the
Eugene A. 8herwin returned Monday davs thereafter, the state, as respondent, ditch by contract on Foots cie.k, and the
iroru a season at Pelican Bav Lodge, bring will Hie its brief, and the case be taken un ditco is nearing completion.
world, as well as purest and sweetest, for
ing home a beautiful complexion of rural der advisement by the supreme court.
toilet, bath, and nursery. The only preventive
Phil. Simpkins of Central Point ia wiib levy.
of inflammation an-J clogging of the P ores .
Eighty thousand Oregon sheep art
"I crave but One Minute." said the pub us.
W. B. Gray on Monday started up the lie speaker tn a huskv voice: and then he
being driven across tiie country t<
Grubb threshing machine for a season’s took a do-e of One Minute Cough Cure,
Kansas, where they are to be mark
run among the farms in this end of the and proceeded with his oratory. One Min turning out fatrly well.
Prosperity, Klondike and the
ute Cough Cure is unequalled for throat
dueed W. V . Jones to add a new porch to
Fire destroyed a good portion of th<
Miss Emma Ewan and Mr. Hevener ac and lung troubles. Eugene A. Sherwin.
companied Mrs. L. George to »'olesiiii Sat
town of Arlington, Or., a few days ago.
«OAF iff Mid IhrouKhout tbe world. P ottbb Dsvo and
urday and established a camp for her to re
J. H. Bull is now stopping at the dan
Professor THOS. F. CAMPBELL, A. M.
Mrs. C. A. Shurte and two of her child
CRBM* C ob »., Sol« Prop«., Bo«toe. U. 8. A.
mersley mine, looking after the property
•• How tn Pwtfi
V«oMffy lb« «blu, Scalp, (
for the receiver. W. M Uolvig
Formerly ol the University of the Pacific, will have charge ol tha Commercial
Wilmer Poley, the young druggist who
San Bornardido’s (Cal.) city treasury
has been sticking to bis duties at Sherwin’s DEWS— BUNCH —In Jacksonville. Aug.
Several of our miners are talking Klon
drug store no faithiuliy, has gone to Pelkan
Bills for $3000 have
16, 1897. bv R. 8. Dunlap. J. P., Tho». G. dike in tbe rpnng; W. V. Jones, our genial is out of funds.
You can have your choice o! over fifty studies for the price si one tuition.
Bey for a rest.
merchant, among the lot.
Dews and Miss Eva Bunch.
been presented, and there is no money
Tuition for Term — $65.00.
Mrs. A W. Angle, and Misses Carrie WISE—ANDREWS—in Yreka, August7.
Mr. and Mrs J. M Whipple are occupy- with which to pay them.
Roper, Fannie Ralph and Lou Brown will
1«7, Ja;ob H. Wine, of Yreka, to Allee I l.jg
ing a part of the residence of J. H. Whippie
Short Hand and Typo Writing Department
William A. Eddy of New York has
return tomorrow trona tbeir Pelican bay-
their return from Salem.
Andree s, of Albany, Oregon.
just taken the first double photograph
Crater lake tour.
Dame Rumor says that Wm. Breeding in mill-air that has ever been secured.
will move to Crescent City this fail, bat
Fred McGrew returned from Sacramento
will engage in a little matrimonial business By this invention Eddy claims that a
Tuesday, where he left Main’s circus. I be
photograph can be taken at sea which
before leaving this section.
other buya—Clift. Fu-ou. Ed and Cortex
from $13 00 per month
Miller, went to Alameda.
DKW«—In lacasonville. Aug 16. 497. to
Chas. L. 8 mi th has left Bybee spring* will show a ship approaching when it
to $20 00, Catalogue and Pamphlets on application.
When my lease expires on th«
Mr an<l Mrs. O. B Dews, a dan .’titer.
and gone to Foots creek to dig ditch. Wm
pr. B R. Freeland, the able and ex
is ten miles beyond the horixon line.
• • •
E. A. Sherwin, Druggist & Stationer
The Prize Winners at the World's Pair, 1893
$2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4 or $5
VAUPEL NORRIS & DRAKE.
Gas City Business College
Fall Term Begins Sept. 6th.
Will Not Perform Miracles
But It Will Cure.
B. bee. tbe owner, will now take charge oi
Forest fires are raging all around us, and
the atmosphere is filled with smoke as n
consequence Parties having no regard
for pure air or the preservation of timber
should be prosecuted.
We are elad to be able to correct art item
we poured in an exchange last week, rela
tive to the trouble Mr. Meaner, our black-
snij’h. is having in securing the Insurance
money for the loss of Lis barn. Mr M.
will undoubtedly get his money in sixty
days—the u-ual time.
perienced dentist. Insurance block. Oak CARDER—In Medford, Ang. II. 1807. to
etreet. is prepared te d-» ail cl-cases of Work
Mr and Mrs. K W. Carder, a son.
in his line in a *cientitic and skillful man
NOAH—4t Bieber, Cal., Aug. 7, 1897, to
ner. Give him a call.
Mr. an1 Mr,. A. Noah, formerly of Gold
D. T. Lawton, the Medford agricultural
Hill, a daughter.
implement dealer, is a devotee of Cole-tin
as a handv summer resort. He makes it BVTLKK—In Yreka. Aug. 17.1897. to Mr
over rmuday, at feast, every time,
and >lrs W. E. Butler, formerly of Med
ford. a son
DENNEY—In Ashland, Aug. 17. 1897. to
Mr and Mrs. Fiod Denney, a daushU.r.
RILEY—In Ashland, Aug. 17.1897, to Mr
and Mrs. L. L Ri'ey. a son.
The sooner you begin to
use Schillings Best tea, the
bigger your chances at thai
*1000 offered for the miss
ing word—besides the ex
tra prizes for the most tick
ets sent in.
Schilling's Best tea is at
Rules oi contest published in >«rt«
advertisement about the first and middle
If Russia bad known in 1867 how
much gold there was hidden in tbe
frozen gravel of Alaska, William H.
Seward could not have bought It from
her for seventy times 17,000,000.
G xmtlxmim : Having taaen one bottle
__ _ _ of
your Joy’s Vegetable Har«anarilla I can
Age caoaot overtlirow the person who
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1 feeJ overjoy
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Rev. John W.tsou (Ion Maclarrn
got my ankle sprained a few years ago and
I find my leg getting stronger and am feel bai come off with honor in the m.tt'
ing better in every way.
of tbe charges against him of ben -
Bat bow about thoee wbo made t:
George Shepherd, on the Hockersmilh
place id vises all who want blackberries to
com, at one,. He raisee a first clan
Save Year Grain.
Few realue that each squirrel destroys
$1.50 worth ofrain annually. Wakeiee’s
Squirrel and Gopher exterminator is the
most effective and economical poison
Price reduced to 30 cents. For
sale by T. K. Bolton and Helen 8tanley,
Frank Donohue, a slack-wire bicycl
ist, fell from a wire he was performing
on at Ridgewood park, Long Island,
N. Y , to t?ie ground, a distance of 75
feet, killing him instantly. Ten thou
sand people eaw hiin fall.
It ia certain tbat the food of the
tore will concirt largely of fruit.
To Care Con.tlpa.ioa Turersr.
Tak. Ca.car.ta Caodr Cathartic. 10c or a.
it C. C. Q tall to cur., drncxiau refund non«
SnuooaM« good., auch M refrigerator«
mate, boataonks aad camping good, ai
Opera B mm ruaiMre •«ere.
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cures nervous prostration. Not mi
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removing the germs
disease, and then
supplying healthy nerve food, Increasing
the appetite, helping digestion and strength
ening the entire system* Desperate case«
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the physicians said I bad a light stroke of
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would have throbbing«
in my chest that seemed
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ana fur three weeks did
not cluse my eyes. I
prayed for sleep, and
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perfectly well, and have taken too medicine
for over tour months." Dr. Mike* Nervine
to sold by druggfata oa guarantee that ftsot
bottle benefits or money refunded.
Ashland Hteam Laundry Angnst
19ib. I shall he equipped with
such new machinery as is requir
ed to do pood work and shall con
tinue 'o do laundry business at
the seme old place with the same
Address, C E. DOAN, P.oprietor
''If It doa’t BMlt you, Mud It back.'1 [
StOC ICtOfl, Cal ■
I shall employ no foreign help
but ehall do my work as before
with tbe ftMl.tance of our own
Ashland people. Respectfully,
E, L, FISIIER.
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i His work la all Strictly
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hey offer no reetricuon to the circulation, digestion or respiration,
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r-,t can give
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