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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1900)
Published Every Thursday.
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Cannot be better spent than by aubacrib*
ing to the VALLEY RECORD for a
year. Just think! $1.75 give» you all
the news for a year. Try it!
OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4. 1900.
li. G. Goodell Goes Insane.
An elderly man named L. G. Goodell,
Mrs. May Steele returned to Jackson ‘ aged about 70, was brought to Yreka
from Gazelle on Wednesday, and com-
Dr. H. A. Wright went to Portland and | mitted to the insane asylum, on account
of hie mind failing, to become deranged
Astoria last week on a business trip.
Stonide Floor Paint, - -
National Wagon Paint,
and dangerous to be at large in the com-
S. R. Reeves, proprietor of Hotel Nash, ’ munity.—Yreka Journal Mr. Goodell
Continental Household Paint,
formally farmed east of Bear creek and
Ralph Billinga returned to the agri- near Eagle Point in this county for a
j cultural college at Corvallis Monday. number of years.
^’’^ FRUIT BOXES AND MILL WORK
GUARANTEED MEANS :-Your
Mr and Mrs. J. L. Gault returned
What Becomes of the Widows.
Tloney returned if the article is not
Some time ago the New York Tribune
Geo M. Eaton and wife left Saturday published a table of statistics showing
for Red Bluff, Cal., to visit his brotber. what became of divorced women. That
divides fate as follows:
P> D. Heberlie returned last week table
from a visit with friends at Chico, Cal.
Our Copper Riveted Overalls and Spring Bottom Pants are
Remarried within a year. 75 per cent.
Mrs. James Patrick returned Sunday Class 2.... Waiting for an offer 10 per cent.
perfect in every respect and are guaranteed. For sale everywhere.
... .Fallen into evil ways, 10 per cent.
from a visit with relatives at Woodland. Class 3 4....
Devoted to celibacy, 5 per cent.
These figures says the Tribune, can be
Miss Mattie Matney of Edgewood re accepted as fairly and substantially cor
turned to Applegate Friday to visit her rect.
Road Supervisors to Be Elected.
Riley Hammersley returned to Gold
A law passed by the last legislature
Hill recently from Eagleton, eastern Or provides,
substantially, the county courts
. . -A"-— « I ' LX —
Baking powders made from alum and other
in the counties having a population of
MedAsrd'» City Election.
Miss Amy Booth of Hotel Josephine, less than fifty thousand shall, at the
Relief* Oo> pa Officers 7’'
harsh, caustic acids are lower in price, but
Medford’s city election takes place on Grants Pass, attended the concert January term, 1900, arrange the road
The following are the new officers of
inferior in work and injurious to the stomach.
Burnside Relief Corps No. 24: Presi the 9th iast. and the following tickets
Miss Jessie Clint is out from Portland partly in one election precinct and partly
dent, Mrs. Melvina Fur^urson; senior have been nominated : Citizen’s ticket
anotner, but each road district shall
vice-president, Mrs. E. Reid; junior vice- —For Mayor, D. T. Lawton; for council visiting her father, Section Foreman in
prMMant, Mrs E. A Smith; treasurer, men, G. T. Jones, G. P. Lindly, G. L. John Clint.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
districts so formed are not to be changed
Mrs. Jennie Downing; chaplain, Mrs. 8chermerhorn, Wm. Ulrich ; for Record
T. H. B. Taylor »nd wife of Evans oftener than once in two years. At
Mary Ward; conductor, Mrs. Catherine
creek have gone to southern California the general election in 1900, and every
Rogers; guard, Mrs. Mary Crowson; 8trang; for Marshal, Sam’l Murray.
Oregon Press Comment.
two years thereafter,' there shall be
Taxpayer’s ticket—For Mayor, J. J. for a year.
color bearers, No. 1, Mrs. Sarah Ganiard,
Portland Oregonian’s interviewer
Sheridan Thornton returned to Klam-
No. 2, Mrs. Mary Berry, No. 3, Mrs. Howser; for Councilmen, G. T. Jones,
Hon. W. M. Colvig of Jack
Alice Hendricks, No. 4, Mrs. Adeline
day and the Jackson-
Erford; for Recorder, W. T. Kame; for
villian’s alleged views are laid out bare
California to spend the winter.
Treasurer, Chas. Strang; for Marshal,
Opera House Block, Ashland.
Geo. W. Trefren and W. J. Stanley
naked to the gaping public. “Well, on'
J. R. Morrison of Bonanza has gone to what grounds will Oregon democrats ask
were at Grants Pass the first of the week
Estate of Chas Winters. Inventory of
Williams, Josephine county, for the votes for state legislators next June?”
Croup is the terror of thousands of young
on mining business.
mothers because its outbreak is so agoniz Lawton; for Councilmen, N. B. Brad
asked the reporter. Mr. Colvig smiled
Attorney B. B. Beekman returned to ty to the amount of $372 95; approved.
ing and frequently fatal. Shiloh’s Cough bury, G. P Lindley, R. H.Whitehead, J.
Shook Bros, sold their mules in Colusa and said : “I for one am in favor of let
and Consumption Cure acts like magic in R. Erford; for Recorder, J. W. Lawton; Portland Saturday after spending the appraisement, showing real and personal
county. Cal. Dave shook and C. O. ting the election go by default. Perhaps
caaee of Croup It has never been known for Treasurer, Chas. Strang; for Marshal, holidays in Jacksonville.
property in the sum of $1865.65 ¡approved. Clopton have taken 109 beef cattle to if we give the republicans all the rope
to fail. The worst cases relieved immediate J. Tressler.
Mrs. Oliver Helms of Shasta county,
J U Mushett vs D Cofer; to rescind Montague for shipment.
they want, they will hang themselves
ly. Price 25 els., 50 cts. and $1.00. E ugen «
Cal., came home to Talent to spend the contract. Dismissed at plaintiff’s cost.
A. Shuvrs, Druggist.
before 1902.” A liberal construction of
holidays with her folks.
Played io a Full House.
John Arnold vs S A D Higgins, et al;
these views would be that William doe6
Miss Florence Layton arrived from to foreclose lien Argued and submitted. past year, showing 52 new duellings, 23 not expect to baa candidate on the popu
W C Deneff, administrator of the estate
of young colored singers who have Applegate Saturday to visit Miss Edna
barns, and 16 stores and public buildings list or democratic ticket in 1900.
The Kind Ywi Haw Always Bought lection
of E Graupner, vs E H Helms, adminis amounting
been in Helena on previous occasions, Wells and Ashland friends.
McMinnville Telephone Register.]
trator of estate of H V Helms; to recover
played a return engagement last night
Joseph L. Hammersley, Gold Hill’s money. Demurrer to defendant’s ans
In these days of preparation before the
to an audience that taxed the seating silvery tongued orator, was in Ashland
ler and eon, Mrs. K. Egbert, Mies Emily real opening of the campaign many eyes
capacity of the house. The personnel of Monday on a business trip.
Gard, M. L. Van Meter, Sam Jackson are turning toward Sylvestor Pennoyer
the company* has been materially
It is reported that a new fish hatchery and family, Mrs. C O. Clopton, Chas. as the proper man for chairman of the
strengthened this year and the perform
is to be built on the Sam Geary place up
democratic state central committee,
ance was a marked success. There are Medford Monday from a visit of three Elk creek, about 10 miles from the pres Horton and wife, Tillie Collahan, Geo. His political a ■lie- and experience
Moore and wife, took Dr. Barr’s holiday
excellent voices among the Students, days with Ashland friends.
ent hatchery in Rogue river at month of , excursion to San Francisco.
suc'i as to emi. jn y ti the x-g- .-ern-ir
and all blended tunefully in the quartet
A son was born to the wife of Wm. that Btream.
foi thii positi? •
We are net iraorme 1
and ensemble singing. Mrs. Ware, a Brown at Round Lake Christmas eve.
John Wells, the stockman of Bly, wLjthi.r ha v
d ,»e Milling to aceep
C. W. Barr ran an excursion from went to Los Angeles three weeks ago with the chairman
recent acquisition,is possessed of a beauti They were formerly of Ashland.
p, lutitis evide.it tha
Grants Pass southward yesterday, con- . a carload of fine Oregon mules of his
ful, clear soprano voice, a rare accomp
zing the necassary quail
H. S. Evans went to Jacksonville sisting of two sections, altogether 15 pas- , own raising. He sold the mules to Mr. some p.jrsin
lishment in one of her race. Her hus
ficatior.s mil» < e h ind capped from 11
band proved to be a good storey teller and Monday to finish up beautifying T. J. senger coaches. There are better times ; Shearer of Los Angeles, and delivered beginning,
in southern Oregon than the valley, says them at Elwood, 150 miles north of the other :nan in tills writin« we have >
recitation "Brother Watkins—ah !” Kenney’s handsome new residence.
Main St. Opp. 1. O. O. F. Hall,
lint who Gils them 3?
Six-room residence on Spring his
, orange city. Mr. Wells then returned i e s< we!' t
was the hit of the evening. The Nash
Miss Rheta McIntosh is spending a Dr. Barr.—Eugene Guard.
street, between 1st and 2d Av ville Students as at present composed, week with Mrs. Russell at Medford and Isaac Morris picked up a $126 nugget. to
FA l IISTTS, ZE’A.IZN’TIEIEòS’ TOOLS
’ Los Angeles to dispose of a carload of
Al my .
:o at: T it tur
certainly the premier musical organ Miss Nora Sydow at Central Point.
last week, while crossing Powell’s creek, horses recently shipped there by Spratt
enues. Blacksmith shop and are
WALL PAPER, Q-ZL j JLSS. ETC
ization of the kind that has visited Hel
Wells, his son. The horses were not William .u. .e.sart o t' sR ub
J. Elmo Pelton, the railroad train on his claim. The chunck of gold had sold at last account. For his carload of foldeho’1' ! be viewed with apprehension
three lots. Address or call on ena, and on their next visit will need man,
, W happing PxrxBB AND T wines . ARTISTS* MATERIALS.
returned Saturday from a visit
more commodious quarters.to accommo
over it was quite deep, so Mr. Morris mules Mr. Wells received $60 per head. by the Republicans of the Senate. It
their patrons—The Daily Independ
will be remembered that Troy was capt
was undecided as to the “yellow lump”
J. L. «BFLIH&, date
The Express makes the following esti ured through the wooden horse which
ent, Helena, Friday morning, November
D. W. Bon sack returned to Oakland, being gold, for some time, but he finally mate
Cal , Saturday, after spending the holi decided to go in and was well rewarded , and what was done during the year just the Greeks foisted upon the Trojans.
At opera house, Ashland, Wednesday, days with his friend, J. Harry Pinkston. for his efforts.
, closed. The population of the county iB Mr. Stewart is considerable of an old
Mrs. Florence Hall of Myrtle Creek,
W. H. Harrison Post No. 67, G. A. R., only
In Hand writing.
Carpeta at Vaupel, Norris & Drake’s.
the family of her son, J. C. Hall of Med- ( officers: Commander, S. M. Nealon ; S. Acres under cultivation, 50,000,.$750,000
Perhaps it is not generally known
of wheat, 39,100....
38,000 that Mohammedans never use printed
V. C., G. H. Perkins; J. V. C., John Bushels
8.500 Korans; because In doubt as to the
Call on Vaupel, Norris & Drake’s for Wright; O. D., Booth Lee; Q. M., John
: C., William Svdow; S., James
your carpets. They have received a fine Gibson
entered iuto the composi
line which are being offered at bottom Fish; O. G., J. D. Pankey.
tion of the printing ink. They arc
County Clerk Newberry is now fully Tons
of alfalfa, 6,000...........
30,000 afraid of being defiled by taking ir.tc
with registration blanks in or Bushels of potatoes, 15,000......... 13.500 their hands a copy of the sacred book
W. M. Abbott, leaac M. Abbott and supplied
to meet the requirements of the law Pounds bntter and clieese, 150,000 25,000 which may have been produced with
their families and S. 8. Abbott arrived der
from Minnesota last week to locate in which went into effect January 1st. Bushels of apples, 3,000............
3.500 the ink in which pig’s fat, instead oi
Registration began on that date and con Bushels of plums, jiears, etc, 400
400 linseed oil, has formed one of the
tinues until May 15th.
component parts. They therefore con
Boarding School for Girls.
sheep, - 10,000
30 000 fine themselves to reading handwrit
were married at the residence of Frank
U of ' horses
A mules, 7,000 140,000
Clute a week ago last 8unday by Rev. J. The curse of overworked womankind, are
FOR TERMS, ETC., ADDRESS
500,000 ten reproductions of the prophet’i
, quickly and surely cured by Karl’s Clover
3,000. .............. ...
18,000 work, which are naturally very ex-
Root Tea, the great blood purifier and tis
SISTERS OF THE HOLY WAM1JB,'
Ernest Tressler, head book keeper for , sue
of wool, 100,000.............. 15 000 pensive-
builder Mvney refunded if not satis- Pound
J. M. Arthur & Co., the machinery firm factory.
cattle shipped, 10,000... 320,000
Price 25 cts. and 50 cts. E ugene Number
of Portland, visited his folks at Medford A. S herwin , Druggist.
Number sheep shipped, 1,500 .. 4,000
during the holidays.
Number of horses and mules
Price of Cattle Declining.
shipped, 1,000.......................... 40,000
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Dillard of Dillard, Klamath Falls Express.]
] Number hands employed in
Douglas county, returned home Monday
Louis Gerber who is feeding a good
after spending the holidays in Ashland
mutton sheep and beef cattle on Value of raw materials used.... 200,030
with the Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Ross.
amount of capitol invested 700,000
Lost river for the California market in- Gross
Dr. A. G. Dierdorff of San Erancisco formed
us that the price of cattle had Value of manufactured product
and his sister, Mrs. Arthur Hunt of Ash- , reached the limit. He says: “beef is not
at mill....................................... 420,000
land, left Saturday for Oakland, Douglas as
. high as it was during the summer and
MANY A LOVER
county, to attend a New Year’s family J autumn months, and feeders will find the
profits on the wrong side of tbe ledger. lovable
Karl’s Clover Root Tea
girl with an offensive breath.
“Tne heavy fall of rain in California Karl’s Clover Root Tea purifies the breath
Live Goose Feather Pillows, light/nd
m !^e.autl5«s the Complexion, Purifies the
Blood, gives« Fresh,ClearSkin. CuresCon-
fluffy, also Down Sofa Pillows, at Opera < during the fall months has started veg- ; by its action on tbe bowels, etc., as nothing
Contracts for all kinds
Indigestion, and all Eruptions of
House Furniture Store.
< etation of all kinds and from all advices < else will. Sold for years on absolute guar
t.ie Skin. An agreeable Laxative Nerve
Price 25 cts. and 50 cts. E ugene
received from Southern California there antee.
1 onic. Sold on absolute guarantee by all
of Mason Work.
druggists at 25c., 60c. and »1.00.
will be an abundance of grass beef cattle A. S herwin , Druggist.
Miss Belle Willis of Roseburg, have ,
s. C. WELLS A CO., LEROY, N. Y.
latter part of February.
started on a tour of the Mediterranean by “ the
E ugene A. S herwin guarantees every
A great many cattle have been ship
Sea, Egypt, Turkey and the Holy Land, , ped in the southern counties from Arizona bottle of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
Furnishes either blue or brown POR SALE BY EUGENE A. SHERWIN. the Pans Exposition, etc.
and Mexico during the past two months. and will refund tbe money to anvone
effective skin purifying and
sandrock from his quarry near
“While I don’t look for cattle to take a who is not satisfied after using two-tbis
Lieut. J. E. Thornton, Otto Miller,
beautifying soap in the world, as well aa
purest ana sweetest for toilet, bath, and
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3. 1878.— Fred Neil and Capt. H. 8. Evans went big tumble, there will be a general de in the world for la grippe, coughs, colds,
nursery. It strikes at the cause of bad
in prices for the next five years.
to Jacksonville Monday to attend the cline
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
complexions, red, rough hands, falling
“I look for two-year olds to bring about croup and whooping cough and is pleas
New Year mask ball by P. P. Prim Cab
hair, and baby blemishes, vis., the clogged,
NITED STATES LAND OFFICE. in, Native Sons of Oregon.
! :25 next year. That is a very good price ant and safe to take. It prevents any
irritated, inflamed, overworked, or slug
Roseburg. Oregon, December 6, 1899
and it is a good business at that figure. tendency of a cold to result in pneu
gish P obbs .
Notice is hereby given that in compliance New fall and winter stock of shoes
Bold thronfhout th« world. P ott «« D. i « d C. C o »».,
with tbe provisions of the act of Congress just arrived at Vaupel, Norris A Drake’s. San Francisco, Oakland and Sacramento
Has Returned and Has Equipped Hia
Prop«., Boston. How to Ha»« Beautiful Complexion, fraa
Ex-Governor Pennoyer has sold his
of JuneS. 1878, entitled “An act for tbe They are neat and attractive, and splen markets has fallen off fully 25 per cent
Old Established Gallery in Ashland With
saw mill in Portland for $25,000. It cost
sale of timber lands in the States of Califor did values for the money. Call and see.
for the present season compared to pre him $40,000.
nia. Oregon. Nevada, and Washington Ter-
Miss Linnie Croasman returned to vious years.
riritory.” Henry G. Shearer ot Medford,
Drying preparations simply develop
county of Jackson, state of Oregon, Sacramento, Cal., Saturday. Her broth
It is true that there were fully as many
catarrh; they dry up the secretions
has this day filed in this office his sworn er, Ora E. Croasman, a railroad train cattle slaughtered in San Francisco dur dry
adhere to the membrane and decom
statement No. 740, for tbe purchase ot the man formerly of Ashland, is to be mar ing 1899 and probably more, but this was which
pose, causing a far more serious trouble
Photoa in Water Colora.
ne W. ot section No. 32, in township No. 39 ried soon to a Sacramento girl.
caused by the immense amount of both than tbe ordinary form of catarrh; Avoid
Pictnres in tbe Latent Styles.
south, Range No. least, and will ofl
proof to show that the land sought is mo
You never know what form of blood poi
Developing and Finishing for Amateura.
son will follow constipation. Keep the
valuable for its timber or stone than for a
Quickly secured. OUR FEE DUE WHEN FATEKT
Keeps Fancy Robes for Ladies and Children.
Balm is such a remedy and willcure catarrh
OBTAINED. Sand model, sketch or photo, with
ricultural purposes, and to establish h
liver clean by using De Wile’s Little Earlv pines.
description for free report as to patentability. <8-FAO7.
claim to said land before the Register an Risers and you will avoid trouble. Thev
“When beef is as high as it has been A trial size will be mailed for 10 cents,
Contains references and full
Gallery Opposite Hotel Oregon.
Receiver of this office at Roseburg, Oregon are famous lit tie pills for constipation and during the past year, the working people large
infoimation. WRITE FOR COPT OF OUR 8PECIAL
OFFER. It is the most liberal proposition ever made by
on Saturday, the 17th day of February,1900 liver and bowel troubles.— E uornx A. who are really the consumers buy other Ely Brothers, 56 Warren Street, New York.
He names as witnesses: Charles Strang
articles of food as a substitute.
PEAD IT before applying for patent. Address:
of Medford, Oregon; Walter 8. Jones of
It is probable that the government
“I dont wan’t to leave the impression
James W. Dowell, wife and daughter
Medford, Oregon: George W. Bailey of
Shake. Oregon: Jacob E Shearer of Med of Igerna, Siskiyou county, are making however that cattle will be down to any will send a large number of soldiers t<.
a visit to Ashland friends, Mr. and Mrs. low figures for some time, but one who the Cape Nome mining district to pre
Fred Omen Mr. D. is employed as has observed conditions for over 30 years serve order.
I • • Le Droit Bldg., WASHINGTON. D. C.
$2.45 COLD PLATED tbe above-described lands are requested to edgerman
no. pro oninLvum. itl «I m , contain*
in Coggins Bros, mill box and has seen these same ups and downs
tbi.» »d out «Lud »end to
Everything looks favorable near Po
10,000 illustrations, the laraect. moat eemplete ai
in the live stock business, it does not
10 MSBY «nd W* «ill »end tile their claims in this office on or betore factory.
swMlaM. NAMES the lowest wholes «
»ou Ui« wnteh b» express, C.O. D.
■„bjecttoeinmluaUon. You ean
Vaupel, Norris & Drake have received take long to figure out the problem.
«xunln« it at your .x»re..
“We have a population on this whole
their Hart, Shaffner & Marx stock of
it tr-und |Kr<e.ily .atur»e-
course, do much damage should there
aa ope-o•<»« ««4
clothing, the finest in the market. This coast of two million people, not as many be an undue quantity of either, but
is the largest clothing house in the world.
BWsWr»» IS >»«<;. IS under »u h
P-- . Call on Vaupel, Norris & Drake and get New York, and with the states of Cali these are contingencies with chances
JMKitfWr ■ -ftVw. - ‘w.'A uil.i,« lri'-rf-le>c: ipl.' i ’
fxs *■< «l»la sole. i»<rl»‘i
fornia, Oregon, Nevada and Arizona to against them. Prices are about ths
their low prices on these goods.
MWO jt •• . TieMRs rfi -.o«. u.u » ,.. j rio.s
draw from and everybody anxions to g6t same as last year. More oranges are
: M 1 ».»to
Postmaster M. Purdin of Medford was 1 into the business it takes but a short shipped, and some say the market is
7■ n Idle I Wriehr.. .te- 1?
-r y$fil ' ifl ,
f.1: 1 it tl.e e<i .«I . r
| an Ashland visitor Sunday. His term time to have a surplus.
M? ' . M toiler than a:.>
I of office has expired and he is looking “Whenever the eastern market does weaker, considerable fruit going on
01 11 tRKZ. » IS
I for the appointment of his successor at not justify the buying of cattle from 1 i co
a d expsee* charts.
I any time. There are several candidates, Eastern Nevada it takes but a short time ! ——--------------------------
Don t be Oeceived
I and Congressman Tongue and Senator to be overstocked. However we will
" hu rt wou:dl<a r .
belle»» > ou could «eta
notes in three years and see how BUTLER—In Medford, Dec. 20, J899,
¡r<)í< HA I > B> Al l. ’»1C« HUIKTSS.
RVA ij O ar B&O OO watch
I the appointment, fearing the effect up- compare
**«*" U,“~’a^af.e »2.45.
I ou their re-election.
poolbl» be sent into a district."—Boyee’« Monthly, Chicago.
OUR $2,45 WATCH
TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE 3. 1878.— eoold
•-Theircatalogue is * vast department store boiled down."—Atlanta Constitution
The Chicago Tribune the other daj-
HARPER Whiskey is rapidlv becom-
stem wind and *et. *•!4
‘ The catalogue is cerUinly a merchandise encyclopeedia ”— Chicago Epworth Herald.
NOTICE FOR 1’UBLICiTlON.
fv •n<r*Ywd end polished, leeks Uh» a high>frede geld tiled
“A law shou Id be pasaed compelling tbe use of thia catalogue in all public achooia-’-Tha Bon. G. A South tona.
I ing the national beverage. ‘It’s the printed two significant pictures under
aad la • great trading wateh, movement la* nickel 7-jewel
could quote thousands ofsimilar extracts. lead IS seals st see« «a» yea wiu reati.» Ike 1 l i ni h«ak ky mtasn
the heading “The return of the horse.”
TYN1TED STATES LAND OFFICE mil. We Address,
ed stem wind American, warranted, and a good time
SEARS, ROEBUCK A CO. (InoJ, CHICAGO, ILLINÓI8, U. 8. A.
keeper. Veg WfiUhee frm M etale eg, gUd-tfled watehM
•t. 1i and ap, write fe* free Wateh aad JaweiryCfitalegv«.
JONES—SMITH—In Yreka, Dec. 23d,
I the "know-nothing” party know one
SEARS, ROEBUCK A CO. (Inc.), Cblc»M
1899, by Rev. R. E Wenk, Waller D. with the provisions of the act of Congress
I thing; the merits of HARPER Whiskey. year ago, showing only hundreds of men,
O mh , »limilCa wa UMMOUZ »| I I«> H !*■!
Jones, and M as Delma Smith, of of June 3. 1878. entitled "An act for the
Sold by HIGH A TAYLOR, Ashland, women and children on bicycles. The
sale of timber lands in the states ot Califor
second, taken at the same spot during
nia, Oregon, Nevada ami Washington Ter
ritory,” Charles Strang of Medford, county
A. ZLIHSTE OF
of Jackson, state of Oregon, has this day
VIPANTED—SEVERAL BRIGHT AND a similar collection of persons on horses
tiled >n this office his sworn statement No.
v v honest persons to represent us as and not a bycicle to be seen.
for the purchase of the ne *4. of section
Managers in this and close by counties.
GILL—In Dunsmuir, Dec. 28, 1899, Dr. 739,
Ou Undivided Interests in Estates. Real Estate
20, in township No. 40 south, Range
Salary $900 a year and expenses. Straight
Benjamin M. Gill, beloved hueband of No.
in Probate, Reveraeonary and Life interests in Real
No. 4e;>st, and will offer proof t'» show that
bona-fide, no more, no less salary. Posi
Florence A. and father of Myrtle and the land sought is more valuable ior its
and Personal Property, Ennuities snd Legacies, or will
tion permanent. Our references, any bank the Dutch republics of South Africa will
Waldo Gill; a native of New York, timber or stone than for agricultural pur
purchase ontrigbt, if so desired.
in any town It is mainly qffice work con advance the price of beef 20 per cent,
aged 59 years, 4 months and 27 days poses, and to establish his claim to said
ducted at home. References. Enclose self and it advises western Btockmen to hold
land before tbe Hechter and Receiver of
Life Insuance Policies Bought or Loaned
addressed stamped envelope.
on to their cattle for the promised raise.
this office at Roseburg, Oregon, on Satur
T h « D ominion Co.. Dept. 3, Chicago.
day, the 17th dav of February, 1100
I want to let the people who suffer from
He names as witnesses: Henry G.Shear
Patente Bold on Favorable Terms and Capital Procured
The old reliable—The Weekly Oregonian. rheumatism »nd acatia know that Cham
er of Medford. O’egon: Walter S Jones of
to DEVELOP and PERFECT eritoriona Inventions
berlain’» Pain Balm relieved me after a
Medlor-t. Oregon; George W. Bailey of
end Ideas. Amoun s froaa $10,000to $500,000 available
For Infants and Children
Shake, Oregon : Jacob E. Shearer of Med- ,
number of other medicines »nd a doctor
for Investment on tortgage of Revenue Producing Se
had failed. It is the best liniment I have
cantlee. Joint Stock CompenieeOrganised. For terns
Ai-.v and all persons claiming adversely
ever known of.—J. a . D obgen . Alpha The Kind You Have Always Bought
hud particulars, address
tbe above-described lands are requested to
retta, Ga. Thousands have been cured
file their claims in this office on or before
of rheumatism by thia remedy. Oae ap-
said 17tb dav of February. 1900.
gllcation relieve« tbe pain. fQr sale by Signature of
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