Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911, January 25, 1900, Image 1

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VALLET RECORTr
VALLET RECOUD.
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ASHLAND. OREGON
Fubliahed Every Thursday.
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J. KAISER, Proprietor.
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R ates :
One Year...................... .................... $1 75
Six Months.................. .................... 1 00
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Three Months............. ..:..............
▲dvertising Ratea Given on Application.
ASHLAND, JACKSON
VOL. XII.
An Editor Taken It Hard.
Like Iron
COPPER RIVETED
OVERALLS
SPRil.S B0Î Id» PASTS
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.
SAN FRANCISCO,’
ASHLAND, OREGON
OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25. 1900.
THE ASHLAND WOOLEN
BURNED.
PRESSED BRICKS.
Klamath Falk Express.]
Carpets at Vaupel, Norris & Drake’s.
On Monday the mixologists of Ash­
Master Pedro Costel is out from Eu­
land were granted an unlimited holiday gene on a visit.
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and the town council with tbe “Antis”
Julius Hart of Shake wae in Ashland
standing at its back took charge of the
“100 fights to a barrel” dispensaries, by and Medford thia week.
serving notices of “Thou Shalt Not” on
Andy Payne came over from Yreka
‘ the various proprietors.
Saturday to visit hia family.
Eastern Oregonians will now avoid
S A. Parker returned Monday from a
Ashland as a plague ridden, Easternized
god-fearing town of “Antia” and no­ business trip to Klamath Falls.
swizzle.
C. C. McClendon returned Monday
To our good Klamath County friends from a visit to his Sams Valley farm.
who have moved to Peachblow Paradise
Aug. Costel of the Ashland Iron Works
we extend the hand of sympathy for now
you have got to be good, willy nilly and is in a Portland hospital for his health.
we know bow hard it will go with you.
Misses Agnes and Lucy George arrived
Look at----- and----- and----- and all the from Kerby Josephine county Saturday.
others! How they will pine away and
Last Thursday Rogue river was higher
suck the cholera morbus out of peaches
and take a night cap of prune juice and than it had been previously this winter.
catnip tea, while they look at the slug­
John Connelly of Keno was in Ashland
gish Bear creek and long for the rocks last week, stopping at the Ashland
and rills and rock and rye of Klaipath House.
county, where the templed bilk pot a
H;P. Bailey returned Monday from
man tn a more proper spirit than can
San
Francisco where he delivered two
the entire Keeley cure of Peacliblow
Paradise, where they now drink slough car loads of hogs.
water and gamble for stewed prunes and
The Mormon elders begin their mission­
Sunday school cards by epitting ata ary work at Granite Hall tonight at 7:30.
crack.
Everybody invited.
Go to, with your pennies in the con­ James Trimble who has been visiting
tribution box, your pink teas and your W. F. Holbert and family leaves next
“bean, bean, whose got tbe bean ” games, Monday for Humboldt,. Neb.
for we are too raw and untrammeled out
Ed. Kelton, Wells-Fargo’s express
here to analyze the essential joys of
such jejune and microscopic pleasantries. messenger, was married on the 10th
instant to Miss Margaret Short.
Circuit Court Proceedings.
W. G. Day, the well-known sleuth-
W C Deneff, administrator of the es­ hound of Hornbrook, dropped into town
tate of E Graupner, deceased, vs E H Friday night on a secret mission.
Helms, administrator of the estate of H
Mrs. E. Cummons returned home Sat­
V Helms deceased; to recover money. urday from a visit with the family of her
Argued and submitted, to be decided in son, J. M. Cummons, near Ager.
vacation.
Mrs. Joe Frizell went to Phoenix Mon­
Lizzie Lindley vs T C and Nettie B
Norris and AC Schweers;to foreclose day on a visit. Miss Effie Mills returned
to that place from a visit in Ashland.
mortgage. Decree granted.
A A and Angelina Davis Vs S P Co;
H S. Evans and Geo. Watson return­
to recover damages. Dismissed.
ed from Jacksonville Sunday where they
Josephine Brundige vs S H Brundige; had finished up T. J. Kenney’s fine new
divorce. Mies Lysle Watson appointed residence.
ref orce
Geo. W. Howard of Howard’s station
Richard Beswick vs Samuel J, Daniel
J and Rachel Starmer, his wife; to fore­ left Monday for Vegreville, Alberta,
Canada, to join his family and look at
close mortgage. Decree granted.
Pauline Hines vs Geo Hoffman, ad­ the country.
ministrator of estate of John Bolt, et al;
W. K. Reeves went to Klamathon Sun­
same. Motion overruled.
day to put a range in the new boarding
John Compton vs Rachel Compton; house being erected for Mason, Lindley &
divorce. Decree granted.
Co’s, saw mill.
John A Arnold vs S A D Higgins, et
al; to foreclose chattel mortgage. Judg­ James Helms, the Talent capitalist,
ment entered against SAD Higgins for left Monday for San Francisco to sell a
$111.65, etc., and in favor of A H Lo­ carload of China hogs that will be
rentz and U S Bartholomew against shipped tomorrow.
plaintiff,
A. A. Davis & Co’s, warehouse at
Rosanna Carlile, et al, vs Andrew Medford caved in last Thursday, the
Hamlin; to enforce a trust, etc. Dis­ 1 foundation giving away. The wheat be-
missed.
. '. ing sacked saved it from loss.
A. M. Helms vs. Lizzie Helms, suit
Engineer Joe Poore was called to Oak­
for divorce.
The court then adjourned for the term. land, Cal., Saturday by the death of his
brother, F. M. Poore, aged 30 years.
The funeral took place Sunday.
Call on Vaupel, Norris & Drake’s for
Ed. Fox, the railroad man, left for
your carpets. They have received a fine
line which are being offered at bottom Portland Sunday with a view of takinf a
position in the S. P. car shops. His
prices.
wife and girl will join him later.
COUNTY,
Total Destruction or the Fine Plant
That Helped Make tne Town—In­
sured for 914,000
The most expensive fire in the history
of Ashland took place early Sunday
morning, January 21,1900. About 2:15
o’clock a. m. the locomotives in the rail­
road yards gave a general alarm, soon
followed by the fire alarm, which brought
the slumbering world to its senses and
apprised them of the burning of the
Ashland Woolen Mills, the'great histor­
ical industrial enterprise of the town,
and one of the principal factors in the
upbuilding of the city.
The two fire departments took up
Main street to Helman street and
hitched onto the hydrants. The woolen
mills by th» time were thoroughly en­
veloped in the fiery elements and an
enormous white heat puffed forth in the
itum of destruction, scattering ipge cin-
dwrs toward the west end of town T
The two splendid streams of water
from Ashland’s superb water works never
looked so feeble and insipid. They were
turned on the neighboring buildings to
prevent them from igniting from the
heat and flames. The buildings im­
mediately near that were in danger were
the residences of Dr. 8. T. Songer, Capt.
W. F. Songer, R. P. Neil, Dr. J. S. Par­
son, the Presbyterian church, and J. K.
Van Sant, the Parson roof having caught
on fire once.
As the fiery fiend began to satisfy its
voracious maw and the huge frame work
began caving in, the departments turned
their attention to the ruins and extingu­
ished the dying embers.
The origin of the fire remains a mys-
tery. When first observed it was in the
southeast corner of the building and on
the inside thereof. Manager Geo. N.
Anderson and Foreman J. R. Casey left
the place about 4:30 p. m. Saturday after
the help had left the place. There were
no fires in the building after noon of
that day. Mr. Hunt, an insurance rep­
resentative, had visited the mills that
week and complimented the manage­
ment upon the manner of keeping up
the mill.
The mills employed 32 people and the
payroll was about $800 per month. In
all of its history these mills never missed
a pay day. Beginning the first of Febru­
ary they were to increase their pay 10
per cent. It consumed 300 cords of
wood per year and used up all the tallow
of southern Oregon and northern Cal­
ifornia as well as immense quantities of
wool.
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PAINT !
Stonide Floor Paint, - -
National Wagon Paint,
Continental Household Paint,
and CEMETICO.
~ A bsolutely P ure
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
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Cannot be better spent than bv subecrib«
ing to the VALLEY RECORD for a
year. Just think! $1.75 pivea you all
the news for a year. Try it!
^■^FRUIT BOXES AND MILL WORK
ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., NEW YORK.______________________________
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THAT
INCREASED STATE
BEVY.
TAX
VANDERBILTS COMING WEST.
Another Link to the Klatnath Falls
State 1’resa Give Various Reasons
and Klamathon Hailroad.
For Its Necessity—Too Much Ex­
Minneapolis, Jan. 10.—A special from
travagance and Dishonest Assess­ Lewiston, Idaho, says:
The Pacific & Idaho Northern railway,
ment«.
FURNITURE
now being built from Weiser, in tLe
McMinnville Reporter, Rep.]
southern part of the state, north to Sev­
Tbs state tax levy which was made en Devils, is the most mysterious piece
last weeks is 6.3 milk. Thk, upon a of railroad building in tne country; it
Every garment Guaranteed.
valuation of $120,282,879, will raise $757, begins nowhere and ends nowhere. Yet
782.13. Last year the tax was 5 7 milk, over 100 miles of the finest roadbed have
lO-Stamp Mill Tur Gold Hill.
;
and
upon taxable property valued at $133, been built and cash is paid for every­
533,577
the sum of $761,143.39 was raised, thing, and only the best material is
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I. Hummason.of Portland, was at Gold
The higher levy this year is due to the purchased Noone knows who is furnish­
Hill Saturday and purchased a sight on
lower valuation iu some of the counties, ing the cash or why the road is being
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the Chavner farm upon which he will
i and to a number of items overlooked by built. It is believed, however to be the,
erect a 10 stamp quartz mill and concen­
the board at the last session of the legis­ Vanderbilt connecting link between the
trators. The power will be from a
lature. But, to sum it all up the main east and west. The Oregon Railroad &
dynamo to be operated from the J. J.
i cause of the increased levy may safely be Navigation Company is to build 77 miles
Houck grist mills water power. The
Z»f<\
: attributed to “excessive expenditures.” from Riparia to Lewiston, and eventually
mill will do custom work and Mr. H.
this
piece
of
road
will
connect
the
Ore
­
There
have
been
generous
appropriations
says it will be in operation in 60 days.
for
I all sorts of things; horse races, private gon Railroad A Navigation Company
hospitals, kindergartens, normal schools, with the Oregon Short.Line, This will
Probate Court,
i aud what not. Tlieu there never has make it possible to start a car at New-
'-Estate of 8 B Galey. Sale of real
been enough clerks at the legislature. York city and pull it to Portland, Or.,
Opera House Block, Ashland.
estate confirmed.
I Some committees have had only three or on tracks owned by the Vanderbilts.
Estate of J G Birdsey. Final state­
I four when one could have done all the The new road will come down the Sal­
ment of administratrix approved.
work. The gauges for state expenditures mon to Snake, and then to Lewiston.
Estate of W T Ferns. Same us above.
have
been set high, and will never come Then the Vanderbilt system will have
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Estate ol A J Sherill. Same as above.
1 hown until the people tear them down. water grades though the mountains and
Estate of Weetrop. Order made for
' There are a great many items of expend­ to the sea.
sale of real estate.
iture
that could with perfect safety be
i
DO YOU KNOW
Estate of Tobias Miller. Citation to
< eliminated without lowering the stand­ Consumption is preventable? Science has
heirs, to show cause why real estate
ing
of the commonwealth of Oregon. proven tnat. and also that neglect is sui­
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should not be sold, ordered to be issued.
And with the yearly increasing tax rate cidal. The worst cold or cough can be
Estate of Eliza J Andereon. Semi­
i it becomes apparent that this form of cured with Shiloh's Cough and Consump­
annual report of administrator approved.
retrenchment must soon be demanded tion cure. £ol<l on positive guarantee for
over 50 years. E ugene A S herwin , Drug­
Estate of minor heirs of RE Drum.
by the voter and taxpayer.
Same as above.
gist.
. Salem Statesman, Rep.]
The Oregonian adopts a very peculiar
Longest Mining Ditch.
species of argument in excuse for the
Contracts
will soon be let for the long­
Multnomah county assessor in making a
mining ditch in the world. It will be 93
reduction of 28 per cent, from the valu­ est
long, beginning above Rogue river
ation of 1898 in his tax rolls for 1899. miles
falls and terminating at Gold Hill. South­
The Oregonian says the assessment of ern
Oregon. It will drain 100,000 acres
that county is not quite low enough yet of good
placer land, and will cost $700,-
proportionately, inasmuch as its popu­ 000, a considerable
of which
lation of the Btate tax for this year will amount is subscribed by portion
Portland capital­
be slightly greater than that of its popu­ ists.
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Main 81. Opp. 1.0.0. F. Hall.
The Ashland Woolen Mills was origin­ lation, hence, the inference sought to be
M. P. Warde, of the ditch company,
Six-room residence on Spring
ally established by a jointstock company conveyed that the true gauge of state says the preliminary surveys have been
of thirty well-to-do pioneers, the late J. taxation is the number of inhabitants, a finished and the right ol way secured.
street, between 1st and 2d Av­
M. McCall being president and C. K. gauge which we do not think would be For four ’months past 18 surveyors, in PAINTS, ZF’JLIZNTTZEZEÒS’ TOOLS,
enues. Blacksmith shop and
1 Klum secretary and incorporated in at all safe, reliable or j'ust, and which is charge of J. 8. Howard the well-known
WJLIAL PAPER, GKE j JLSS. etg .
1867. The next year it was built by John only resorted to in this instance to pal­ government engineer, have been run­
three lots. Address or call on
Daley, who became its superintendent. liate a preconcerted subterfuge. The ning the necessary lines. Estimates are
B uilding P apers , W raffing P apers and T wines . ARTISTS’ MATERIALS.
When started in operation, in 1868, the fact is, the assessor and the county court now being made for letting contracts for
J. U HEFL1NQ.,
building, plant, etc., cost $35,000, and in of Multnomah have perpetrated a gross digging tiie ditch, and in the meantime
Ashland, Oregon.
the several years succeeding additions injustice on the sister counties of the men are kept at work clearing the right
amounting to $10,000, were put in. The state, and the Oregonian knows it, but of way, in order to conform with the law.
machinery came around the Horn and endeavors to justify it in a half-hearted
The territory which the ditch will drain
via Crescent City, Cal., on pack mules manner. The assessment rolls of that is recognized as the richest placer district
and freight teams. After being operated county were withheld until the return in Southern Oregon, the mines of which
Dr. J. L. Hill, the Albany populist, without profit for three years by the from every other county in the state heretofore could only be worked duriug
passed through Ashland Sunday for New Rogue River Woolen Manufacturing Co. were made, so that the others would be the wet season. The company proposes
City to take a practical course of study it was sold to G. N. Marshall and Chas. helpless in the premises. The worst to furnish electric and water power to
Goodchild. After their second year feature of this business in which Wash­ quartz mines.
in the School of Clinical Medicine.
Thornton became interested and ington, Jackson and Lane counties are
Mrs. Harry Mathes of Phoenix went James
1878 became sole proprietor. In the similarly to blame, is the complete
LaGrippe, with its after effects, annually
to Klamathon Sunday to attend the fun­ in
same year the late W. H. Atkinson, the demoralization of values at the hands of
thou<anils of people. Il may be
JACKSONVILLE,
eral of Jerome Dockery, late husband of late Jacob Wagner and E. K. Anderson the various county assessors which will destroys
quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure,
her Bister, formerly Miss Nellie Cooley. became partners with Mr. Thornton and be dictated as a matter of self-defence, the only remedy that produces immediate
OREGON.
Miss Gertie Hogue was operated upon were its proprietors for many years, Mr. making the work of assessment a farce results in coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis,
pneumonia and throat and iung troubles.
for blood poisoning and is slowly recover­ Wagner retiring in 1881. In 1878 the and the assessor a mockery.
It is a base falsehood and a damag­ It will prevent consumption.—E ugene A.
ing at her present home in Chicago. incorporation became known as the
Boarding School for Girls.
S herwin .
She wa9 formerly of Wagner creek and “Ashland Woolen Manufacturing Co.” ing slander on the name of Portland to —
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About six years ago E. K. Anderson claim that the property value of Mult­
is employed as a nurse.
FOR TERMS, ETC., ADDRESS
nomah county has decreased 28 per cent,
bought
the
entire
plant
and
with
his
son,
First of the week John Lance had his
N. Anderson, were the present own­ from last year; or, in fact, that it has
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SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES,
right leg broken by a cave in at the Hull, Geo.
ers
and
have been operating it with suc­ decreased at all. Portland passed through
Booth & Mangum mine on Louse creek. cess for the
Jacksonville, Oregon.
past four years, turning out io 1899 the best year seen there since
Thursday Henry Simms had his left leg first-class blankets
that find 1892—the best for building, the best re­
broken by a cave in at the Steam Beer a ready market as exclusively
far east as Denver, turns from property, for commercial
mine at Leland.
Col., in Alaska and for the China trade. activity, for revival of industries and for
Last week Grants Pass was visited by They took the prize at the recent state every condition that goes to make a city
prosperous and wealthly. The showing
an Indian hobo, though Poor Lo said he fair at Sacramento, Cal.
was willing to work. Incidentally Lo
The business was just becoming very made by the Oregonian in its New Year
made the remark that if he ever reached profitable by reason of the remarkable edition proves that clearly, and now to
the reservation again he would not get market for woolen goods and the Ander­ send out the returns of the assessor upon
STONE JiASOS
out of sight of Uncle Sam’s man who is­ sons contemplated several improvements the heels of such an exhibit will utterly
CONTRACTOR.
including $3000 worth of new machinery. destroy the grandeur of the figures and )
sued the rations.
have not taken any new orders for discredit them abroad. The amount
Josephine county will prepare a min­ They
months on account of the heavy de­ saved to the taxpayers at the expense of
OREGON.
ASHLAND,
eral exhibit and a souvenir publication two
other portions of the state, and at the
and shipped the product daily.
of the county’s resources for the editorial mand
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; sacrifice of honesty, will be lost many
The
wool
house
was
saved
including
association which meets in New Orleans
times over to Portland in several ways.
Contracts for all kinds
$4000
worth
of
wool
as
well
as
the
house
in March At a mass meeting held for
I
of Mason Work.
this purpose, J. O. Booth was elected containing the chemicals for dying pur­ Woodburn Independent, Rep.]
Complete External and Internal
poses.
chairman and Arthur Conklin secretary.
Governor Geer, Secretary of State Dun-
Treatment Si 25
The insurance on the building, ma­
of CuncuBA S oaf (25c ), to cleanse
Mrs. L E. Bailey, a W. C. T. U. pro­ chinery and manufactured stock was , bar and State Treasurer Moore, acting Consisting
skin of crusts and scales, CUTICUKA Oint­
jointly. Thursday fixed the state tax levy the
FOR SALE BY EUGENE A. SHERWIN. hibitionist, spoke in Ashland Monday. $14,000.
ment (50c.), to allay itching and soothe and
Flemishes either blue or brown
.
at
6
3
milk,
which
upon
a
valuation
of
heal,
and C uticura R esolvent (50 c .), to cool
By way of illustrating the effect of the
The mills were run by water power
I $120,282,879, will raise $757,782.13. and cleanse the blood. A single set is often i.++++++++4.+^.i.^++++4.+4.4-4++4-+-l-+-hT-r+++-F++4-+4-+++4-+++4"»-++
sandrock from his quarry near
temperance
agitation
she
said
26
per
furnished
by
a
30
horse
power
Leiffel
sufficient
to cure the severest humor.
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3. 1878,— cent of the United States was now under
Last year the tax was 5.7 milk, and uu-
Sold throughout the world. P ottpb D»<'O awd C bbm .
Ashland.
turbine wheel with 32-foot pressure. I on
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taxable
propertv
valued
at
$133,533,-
Ce«r.,rropa.,Boaton.
•‘HowtoCtu»SkinHumora ”irt»
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
inhibition either through state laws or The manufacturing machinery consisted
577
the
sum
of
$761,143,39
was
raised.
NITED STATES LAND OFFICE, ocal option aDd that there were 1000 of two sets of cards, eight broad looms,
The higher levy this year was due to B
Roseburg. Oregon, December 6 1899 I less saloons in tbe U. S. than one year ago two eelf-operating spinning jacks of 240 the lower valuation and to Beveral other S
spindles
each.
Ako
two
full
sets'
of
Notice
is
hereby
given
that
in
compliance
visit DR. JORDAN’S < m «* t
It is well for the voters of this county
with the provisions of the act of Congress to remember that in order to vote at the knitting machines, at present not in use. causes. Fiist under the act of the last 9
of June 3. 1878, entitled “An act for the
but employed in former years in the legislature abolishing the fee system. |
Ha« Returned and Has Equipped His
a
sale of timber lands in the States of Califor coming election they must register be­ manufacture of cassimeres, ladies dress $55,000 must be paid in salaries to the |
r> mumnrr .umiiciscs.ciL
Old Eatabliabed Gallery in Ashland With
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district attorneys of tbe several districts. [
nia. Oregon. Nevada, and Washington Ter-, tween the first day of January and the goods, flannels, shawls, hosiery, etc.
The Largest Anatomical Museum in the
riritory.” Henrv G. Shearer ot Medford, 15th day of May, 1900, at 5 p. m. There
Formerly, these officials were paid most- I I Quickly secured. OUR FEE DUE WHEN PATENT | i J
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World. Weaknesses or any contracted
The
present
output
was
75
pairs
of
dt^eave pronlti vely enred by the oldost
county of Jackson, state of Oregon, will be a registration book in each pre-
ly in fees in the counties. Second, three j
Send model, sketch or photo, with
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M Vl bpcoahsi on the lout Esujoyeai*.
has this day filed in this office his sworn I cinct, and the registering must be done . blankets daily, consuming 16,000 lbs. of items amounting to $45,000, which, on f I OBTAINED.
description for froe report as to patentability. «S-rAO..
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i /Wfl OR. JORDAN-DISEASES OF MEN
statement No. 740, for tbe purchase of the before an officer who is competent to , wool per month.
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WAND-BOOK
Contains
reference«
and
ftill
«T
HAND
BOOK
FREE.
Contain,
reference,
foil
account of press of business, had been E mfoiuutlon. WRITE FOX COPT OF OUR SPECIAL
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aTrHlt.1« thoroughly eradicated
Carbon Finish.
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ne
W.
of
section
No.
32,
in
township
No.
39
Manager
Geo.
N.
Anderson
returned
give
an
oath.
Registration
has
begun.
IWVI frv.n ,YMeu»-ehoutrae ue u(*a»«-e«ry
omitted
from
the
estimate
made
by
tbe
-I
OFFER.
It
iitho
moot
liberal
proposition
ever
made
by
south. Range No. 4 east, and will oiler
Photos in Water Colors.
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Sunday morning front his home near old board last year, had to be met. | n patent attorney, and EVERY INVENTOR SHOULD
1 Ar Yk I Te»»^.Htedbyan Eipert ■ •41-
proof to show that the land sought is more
1 f 1 ■ M| .... for
a quKilt ro
Josephine Leland CabitfNo. 16, Native Talent to look upon the ruins of
Pictures
in
tbe
Latest
Styles.
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BEAD IT befon applying for patent. Addrow :
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If radlral cur. for Hl... Vto.-r« and
valuable for its timber or stone than for ag Daughters of Oregon, was organized at the enterprise with which he had built These were: Compensation for rejected !
Developing
and
Finishing
for
Amateurs.
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ri.a.lm, by De Jvrdu's tpccral para
ricultural purposes, and to establish hts
Oregon volunteers, $5000; replacing a r
• A less methods.
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Keeps Fancy Robes for Ladies and Children.
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free and rtrietty private. Treatment per-
claim to said land before the Register and Grants Pass last week by Mrs. Edyth up great hopes of prosperity and success. building of the agricultural college, which [
Receiver of this office at Roseburg, Oregon, Weathered, state organizer, with the He is already studying up the prospects had been destroyed by fire, $25,000; to re- I
PATENT LAWYERS,
on Saturday, the 17th day of February,1900 following officers: President, Lilias Bris- of rebuilding which would be a great imdurse the commission which repre- j UDrnitKda.. WASHINGTON. D. C.
Gallery Opposite Hotel Oregon, i
:
tow
Perkins;
1st
Vice-President,
Effie
He names as witnesses: Charles Strang
benefit to the town and worthy of the sented Oregon at the Omaha exposition, I
Yi.la,* -^ ,1« wwa*- I. ,f I Y,
all »81 X .f ■ X 4a »1« sb J|| lt* aL »1» »8» 4«
of Medford. Oregon: Walter 8. Jones of Green Harmon; 2nd Vice-President, encouragement of all its
citizens.
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Medford, Oregon: George W. Bailey of I Allie Thornton; 3rd Vice-President,
Foreman J. R. Casey has been con­ $15,000.
Shake. Oregon: Jacob E Shearer of Med-1 —
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Etta
Pollock
Past President, Ella Wiley nected with the woolen mill for the past Albany Democrat.]
ford, Oregon.
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Meade
;
Secretary,
Minnie Ireland ; Fin­
The Oregonian has hopes of the Dem­
Any and all persons claiming adversely ancial Secretary, Florence Thomas Cor- 17 years.
ocrat because it says diversified farming
above-described lands are requested to, „ _
_ . _ . , ,,
$2,45
PLATEO the
4-POUNP CATALOCUE^FREE
"r--« . *
1 •
must be the warcrv of the Oregon farm­
Cut tills fol out and «nd to u«, tile their claims in this office on or betore | nell 1 Treasurer, Mae rain Smith; Mar-
ON EVERY BOTTLE.
shali,Lillie Hall
Hall Frater
Frater; ; Inside
Inside Sentinel,
Sentinel
•an« SO «OSKT and w« will »cud said 17th day of February, 1900.
¡shall,Lillie
er.
The
farmer
also
needs
some
legisla
­
.
THIS BIG CATALOGUE ^«"0
you tail watch by etpr«», C. O. C.
Mae Gardner Evans; Outside Sentinel Of Shiloh’s Consumption
J.T. BRIDGES,
Cure is this tion which will not take all he makes
.. .__ .
■ubloct to axaaunatlon. You can
.
oxaxnlno it at your -xprou
dll
Register.
Daisy Taylor; Trustees, Lizzie Fliffin iuatan'ee: ‘ All we ask of you is to use even at diversified farming, to fill the
^k.aud If found »-rt—ilr Mturxe-
Smith, Clara Alexander Coffman, iwo-thirds of the contents of this bottle maws of the trusts, who are charging
■Mhk t»ry. »xxrtly M r.pr.—lt d a>4
afr Bariwan, Stans, »«rieallaaal lM»l»»ala, rarolWj jlasHass, Sa44(g,
way aaaal to waokaa
faithfully, then if you can say that you are him extortionate prices for the manu­
Frankie Mulkey Wertz
i
IdSlMa that aro b-la< ad.erllarOat
not benefited return the bottle to your
»Lil laM. Il under auch
K j I Wnra mialeailina description*
Heavy purchas -s of cavalry horses are ’ Druerist and he may refund tbe price factured articles he has to buy.
SvyYSJl a.- U*la Slile. amerkaa
PICTURES!
still being made throughout California paid.” Price 25 cts., 50 cts. and $1.00. Albany Democrat.]
May-.. XW Style. Geld I died or lash
5-°.(’b^i
to
!uVí
-«..-T'- cm ...? .K-i*
■HV-a LIU«*O.*O<»**O-OOG»M
All salaries in the Transvaal, including
and Oregon by agents of the British E ugkn « A. S herwin . Druggist.
PICTURE FRAMES!
¿»■IH HIDE-* niiii’FnFE OFFER *c^“*“£**”*10r
■ k -— M Filled
Hal«—, eta. If
ou flnd lt the gquai or
President Kruger’s were cot down to I «IF h >. i by ali . •
Government. The Lakeview Examiner.
OUR free QrrfcBb7«u
_______
alter thananyvt these
almost nothing when the war began |
1 published in southeastern Oregon, in
helo nay the 34 cents postage, and tha Bit Boek will be soot to yoa vmm
watches, aaytha earraaa
BORN.
by
Bail peat bb M. and If you don’t think lt 1 b worth 100 tiist the » cents
W--/W a*eat Ot« FRllR, •«■«»
Thus the Boer proves his corruption and I TIMBER LAND ACT JUNE 3. 1878.—
noting the purchase of a small band of
you send, as a key to the lowest wholesale prices of every thing (say
MOLDINGS
-■¿Xi ¿(F and expreaa Charles.
horses
for
the
English
cavalry
services,
lack
of
civilization.
NOTICE
K»R
PUBLICATION
SO and wo w»l imaediateJy return year l*«****^.- r .- . <
UfflMK!’
Don’t be Deceived
CABINET WORK
says that among the number was a McFARLAND—In Ashland, Jan. 18, to Albany Democrat.]
hy aauhy adaerUaaraaara
• YYSITED STATES LAND OFFICE
UPHOLSTERING
»hl.-n weuidlead i U to
beautiful little gray pacer kept by the
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McFarland, a son.
™ AUwond»rful piece of work "-Waahlnrto» Mattoml Tritmoe.
County
politics
are
beginning
to
sim
­ UJ Roseburg, O'“ii"n, Decemlier 6. 1899
believe
could <e'. a
GENERAL REPAIRING
owner as a saddle-horse for his personal
____ ”
-nitOia »40.00 watah
Notice is hereby given tliai in compliance
‘•The Catalogue 1« a won<ier
kl_d <„
mer
some.
Now
most
any
one
can
be
OF
FURNITURE
RUSSELL
—
In
Denver,
Colorado,
Jan
­
»
11
ÍU¡
"Rear«. Roebuck * Co. ia one of the largest house» of it» kind io
faeaa.UtaM.1l, whaa we call theaaae wateh tee «2.45.
use. When asked the price of this ani­
with tbe provisions of the act of Cvngies»
S' ‘CNICABO**
Chiearo.“—Chicago Inter Ocean.
.....
iac WITCH I*
f»« I**1»
uary 3, 1900, to Mr. and Mrs. Donald heard mentioned as a candidate. It will of
June 3. 1878. entitled "An act for tbe
mal, the owner placed the figure so
OUR
WAILH Cut orStw Baah a.4 Betel daat
-The blft catalr^nie forma one of tbe fl neat abopping medium* that
take a month or two though to get can­ sale of timber lands in the states ot Ca'ifor- - could possibly be sent into a dirtriet.”-Boye»*a Monthly, Chicago.
Russell, a son.
■ea^Opea Faae, stem »Ind and Mt. »oM platedUxaiidaom^
high
that
he
thought
the
agent
would
ly eograved and poUahed. laaha liha a hlgb-<va Je »el d »lied
"Thetrcatalogue ta a T*at department store boiled down. - Atlanta CoMUtutlon.
[Mrs. Russell was formerly Josephine didacies to a focus so that the real candi­ nil. Oregon, Nevada anti Washington Ter­
laugh at it, but instead he snapped it up
ud h a erect tradiM waieh, movement iaa nlckef T-Jawel-
ATTHE
dates can be seen.
•d clam wind American, warranted, and a good tlme-
Nunan of Jacksonville.]
ritory,” Charles Strane of Medford, county
and
closed
the
trade
so
quickly
that
lt
ASHLAND
heeper. Fee Watahea fhaui BC oeela ap, pald-dlled aatahaa
Jackson, state of Oregon, has this dai
illin W u . L a .
•Till«dap, write rar r—Watch
ia.alry Celale»cw
The Salem Journal makes the point of
almost took the seller’s breath away. TAYLOR—In Woodville, January 6,
UNDERTAKING PARLORS.
bled ’n this office his sworn statement No
id*r^ SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO. (lnc.\ Chkaga
The handsome little animal was pur­
that
Simon
gets
office
for
his
friends
and
1900, to Mr. and Mrs. E. H. B. Taylor,
739,
for
tbe
purchase
of
(he
ne
ot
section
0»en. «Mheah »Ca. m ihenefhh fill.tli SMw.)
chased for an English captain in the
McBride for his relatives. Nepotists No. 20, in township No. 40 south, Range
a daughter.
Transvaal war.
No. 4 east, and will offer proof tn show that
ARMSTRONG—In Gold Hill, January should never be given a second chance. the
land sought is more valuable for its
■\Y|'ANTED— SEVERAL BRIGHT AND
Oregon City Courier: The state tax timber or stone than for agricultural pur­
18,1900, to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Arm­
V ▼ honest persons to represent us as
this
year
is
6
3
milk.
Last
year
lt
was
strong, a son.
poses. and to establish his claim to said
A
Manazers in this and close by connties.
5.7 mills. Here is where the economy land before the Register and Receiver of
Salary $900 a year and expenses Straight BANGASSER—In Emshuret, Cal., Jan­ of the last legislature comes in.
this office at Roseburg. Oiegon, on Satur­
bon a'tide, no more, no less salary. Posi­
uary 19, 1900, to Mr. and Mrs. W. F
day, the 17th day of February. 1900
Oa Undivided Interests is Estates, Real Estate
tion permanent. Our references, a'ny bank
Albany, Jan. 17.—It is learned from
Rangasser, a son.
He uames as witnesses: Henry G. Shear­
in Probate, Reverseonary and Life Interesta in Real
| in any town. It is mainly office-work con-
friends of Judge H. H. Hewitt that he er of Medford, Oiegon; Walters. Jones of
id acted at home. References. Enclose self­ HUGHES—In Klamath Falls, January has at last consented to a>low the use of Medford, Oregon: George W. Bailey of
and Personal Property, Ennuities and Legacies, or will
addressed stamped envelope.
15, 1900, to Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Hughes his name as a candidate for congress. Shake, Oregon ; Jacob E. Shearer ot Med­
purchase outright, if so desired.
IS HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL
T h « D ominion Co., Dept. 3, Chicago.
of Poe Valley, a daughter.
ford. Oregon.
Judge
Hewett
is
a
man
of
ability,
and
■
OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
Life Insuance Policies Bought or Loaned
.
has many friends throughout this judi­ Any and all persons claiming adversely
aiiove-described land- arc requested to
cial district. He will unaoubtely go into tbe
MARRIED.
their claims in this office on or before
the congressional convention with con­ file
said 17th dav of February, 1900.
Patent« sold on Favorable Terms and Capital Procured
t
siderable strength.
to DEVELOP and PERFECT eritorioua Invention«
McELDOWN EY — S H A T T U C K — At
and Ideal. Amoun a from 110,000 to >500,000 available
Smith
Haa
Returned.
.
.
,
j
For Infanta and Children.
Medford. Jan. 17, 1900, by Rev. W. B
for Inveatment on tortgage of Revenue Producing Be-
And not Price, is always considered in our Drug tl - wi _ j v... ii __ n_____ n..u.i
And traveled both ways over the Wiscon­
Moore, Thos. A. McEldowney and
euriUea.
Joint Stock Companies Organised. For terms
Department
|11,8 Rtad Y°U HiW
B0B«fet
sin Central Ry., aud delights in telling
.Mies Elsie M. Sliattuck.
and particular«, address
what a comfortable trip he had between
I But Cough Syruu. Tuit«, üooi V*e|
St. Paul and Chicago; tbe unexcelled service,
Bears the
•nd such good things to eat in the Wiscon
;
tn tima. Sold by <1
Signature of
Superior job printing of every descrip­ sin Central Dining Cara. Smith is looking
i
tion done at T ct V^y? ßjoiTO c $ c «. tor Bro*Q to giro fata ■ potnwr.
Blacksmith Shop
and Residence
For Sale.
St. Mary’s
ACADEMY.
Window Shades,
Draperies,
•ite*
Carpets,
Linoleum.
J. P DODGE,
ASHLAND MILLS
OUB Ï PAUKT rFÏÜD
W. J. VIRGIN A C0.. PROP’S
H e
ci/A^Q A8HLAND-
PAINTING.
PAPERING.
or
ETC.
A shland H ouse
N, BOURGEOIS, PROPRIETOR.
ASHLAND.
OREGON.
RATES. $1.00 PER DAY
A.D. FERGUSON.
4
Good Accommodations
Located in the Heart of the City.
Free Bus to and From all Trains,
ITCHING HUMORS
t F. L. CAMPS
....The Photographer |
U
MUSEUM OF MATOMY ¡
laiaiuah
THE LATEST KNOWN IN PHOTOGRAPHY, t
H.B.WILLSON&CO.
BOLD
»
1900
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Large Sums to Loan.
1900
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