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Burial of Jay Taylor.
POLITIC At) NEWS
Death of Thos. G. Reames.
•SUTTON’S SNAP SHOT.
The remains of tbe late Jay E. Taylor
Gen. T. G. Reames died last evening
Washington, Feb. 17.—J. M. Whipple at his home in Jacksonville after an ill
For fine canned goods go to Gibson i Company “B,” 2nd Oregon U. S. Volun
teers, were interred in Ashland Ceme was today appointed postmaster at Wood- ness of a week or so with erysipelas.
Qr’’ V*ce ^* ^* J°nea> removed.
tery Tuesday afternoon. It was tbe
Mr. Reames was born in Litchfield,
Miss Jessie Tice went to Gold Hill yes weird sad ceremony and the martial
The above dispatch appeared in Sun Kentucky, Dec 15, 1S38. When he was
pageantry of the military funeral that day’« Otegonian and proved a great sur about six rears old his parents settled
Al. Ro=e of Phoenix visited Ashland [ made the ecene one of deep impressive prise to Postmaster Jones, as it was the in Carlinville, Ill., where they remained
solemnity. Youth was there to mourn a first inkling that there was even to be a until 1852, and came to Oregon that
comrade and age was there to pay trib change in that office.
year. With his father he was employed
OF ALL FORMS OF--------
Mrs. LaForest returned to Roseburg ute to the memory of a young life sur
Mr. Whipple was a republican nomi by the Hudson Bay Co. during the wiu-
rendered in the country’s service. The nee for representative at the last election ter, and in the spring they came to Jack-
Francis Fitch arrived in the Valley Ashland public was there in great num along with E. V. Carter and Matthew son county, arriving just before the com
bers not alone to give token of sorrow Stewart, and was the victim of political mencement of the Indian war in 1853
but because its patriotic assassination somewhat different than and settled near Phoenix. Mr. Reames
W. J. Virgin was up from Medford soul sympathy,
Death on Rheumatism, Lame Back, Headache, Toothache,
was impelled to bow before the ,the common run of “knifings.” The was farming and mining here until 1864,
Earache, Burn«, Scalds, Corns and Bunions, Stiff Joints.
temple that enshrines the diviuity of Carter machine had the republican party when he took up his residence in Jack
Go to Gibson Bros. for fine groceries duty to country and flag. It was the well in hand in that campaign. There sonville and was appointed deputy
second manifestation of this kind within was uoobjection to Whipple’s republican sheriff, holding the office until 1868. FRIOE, 50-0. & Sl.OO PER BOTTLE
a short period tor the similar obsequies ism, it being of the dyed-in-the-wool That year he was elected sheriff, serv
Miss Stella Smith returned Tuesday over poor Gregory were had only a few brand. But “Boss” Carter wanted to go
ing one term. After engaging in the
from San Francisco.
days ago. The weather was wretched to the legislature whether the county livery business one rear he opened a
Miss Lizzie Netherland of Talent went out the public was there just the same.
mercantile house at Phoenix under the
to Hornbrook Monday.
There were also a number of persons that election Mr. Whipple was assassin firm nanie of Reames & Sachs, which
ated. He was picked out for several rea continued four years. Thence in con
Jacksonville and Medford.
Wanted—A good waiter girl. Apply from
The genial and kindly light of this
junction with his brother, bought out
at the Ashland House.
soldier boy’s life had gone out in the far could do less damage at the day of reck Meesrs. White & Martin, at Jacksonville,
jp^’Read these Testimonials, given under oath, c< Caret Actually Performed :
H. D. Norton, a Grants Pass attorney, off sea-girt isles nearly a year ago. All oning and living in the rural districts where he was engaged in the mercantile
visited Ashland Suuday.
that was mortal was returned to his the number of friends he was in touch business for many years and finally be
with were necessarily limited, hence if
H. C. Dollarhide of Dunsmuir arrived parents by a generous government to be he discovered the plot on election day tie came a partner of C. C. Beekman in the _ I can cheerfully state that the Snap W. Dickerson who being duly sworn, made
banking business, which they have car- Shot is the best liniment I have ever used, the following statement ;-
Tuesday on a business trip.
his growth of ninteen years, and tenderly could do little damage in retaliation. ried on for the past number of years.
My daughter, who was a atudent at the
I or ever beard of in a life time.
Mrs. H F. Cole of Cole’s went to . with dignity, and with honor this was Carter needed fusion votes and was
Stat- Normal School.one night while study
going to have them even though the re
felt a pain in her hand which aeon ex
Woodville Tuesday on a visit.
1 I done by his former comrades headed by, publican precinct, county, state and political affairs and in 1878 was the dem- normal school. Among the athletic stn- ing
tended to the arm. Tbefaext day abe went
Miss Jennie Reames returned to Jack
to school and during tbe day she lost tbe
vice in which youug Taylor lost his life. national ticket bit the dust. The Carter but was defeated by R. I’. Earhart by plications of this liniment has taken out use
sonville Monday from Portland.
ot her arm and it became «potted and
The meaning of it was, that the life of machine traded republican votes for 191 votes. During President Cleveland’s the irflammation and cured a sprained the teachers sent her home, feanng blood
I. L. Grenniger of Gold Hill was regis the soldier who marched away to war in fusion votes, Hon. Eugene A. Sherwin, first term he was appointed a U. S. Pos- ankle, ~ a - dislocated
L ■ poison. When she arrived borne I took
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tered at Hotel Oregon Saturday.
the Republic’s service exemplifies the fusion democrat nominee, being the re tai Inspector and was a delegate to^tlse finger. One application cured a young her to Mr. Sutton’s office where be applied
Dr. D. M. Brower was at Glendale truth that the path of duty ie the up ferred from Whipple. The change in national democratic convention in 1892 lady of a paralized arm and another “Snap Shot’’ liniment and within twenty
minutes of the first application, the swell
which nominated Cleveland.
last week on professional business.
young lady who had the rheumatism and ing
was gene down, tbe pain waa gone and
“Not once or twice in our fair land’s sured the election of Carter and made
the spotted appearancefleft It. and^sbe ha«
the election of Sherwin, democrat, Stew Williams, and a family of seven children. two applications.
Ed. Redfield of Grants Pass took
never bad tbe least trouble' with her arm
Tuesday’s train for San Francisco.
The path of duty was the way to glory.” art was elected by 45. The vote of the
...„ A — funeral
It has also cured burns, cuts, carbun- since or a recurrance of the pain.
three Ashland precincts tell the full
F lorsnci L. Taarau.
Engineer John W. Meeley left Mon
ville ,tomorrow (Friday) at 2 p. m. un- cle8. pimples, tooth-acho and rbeuma
Mre. Robt. Taylor, the parents of tl»e story of the slaughter. The vote of Geer, der the auspices of the Masons, of which • tism.
Notary Public for Oregon.
day night on a visit to San Francisco.
deceased, were conducted by the society
Call and examine goods and prices at of Degree of Honor according* to tire siofiisi, being the respective party votes: order deceased was a prominent mem- I We have never known inflammation State of Oregon.)
ber in Oregon. He was the first com that it will not speedily take nut, if thour-
Gfbson Bros, before buying elsewhere. ritual followed by these ladies and an
8-A W-A N-A Tot’l mander of Malta Commandery No. 4, onghlv rubbed in once or twice.
Miss Edith Chapman returned to Emi opportunity was then given to look upod R. V. Carter, rep ...154 172 141 467 Knights Templar, of Ashland.
It is A MARVELOUS MEDICINE, and Wil] Jackson
James M. Fewel being duly sworn de
grant creek Sunday from Grants Pass. the casket which was nearly shrouded M . Stewart, rep ...121 136 109 366
do even more for tbe afflicted than is poses and say’s:- That about ten daya
J. M Whipple, rep .. 81 103
Look Out tor the Fakirs.
a co 1 had the neuralgia in my face and It
Misses Virgie and Myrtle Woodford, and beauty and arranged in artistic and E. A. Sherwin,fusion 100 105
There ought to be some wav devised by
W. T. V an S coy .
pained me severely and had been troubling
T. T. Geer, rep. .... 122 139 120 381
Medford beauties, Sundayed in Ashland. appropriate designs.
W. H King, fusion . 62
50 177 which our established business men President Southern Oregon State Nor me for two weeks or more when I had Mr.
The funeral procession was headed by
Rev. A. M. Russell was at Medford
Sutton apply his Snap Shot. He rubbed
be protected against itinerant ven
assassinations I are commonly c>>Uld
this week assisting in revival meetings. the Medford band which played solemn for Political
ders of spurious wares and merchandise.
Subscribed and sworn to before me my face for a few minutes and completly
cored the pain and since that time been al
airs, in the march to the burying place.
business men are honest and public- this 41 b day of November, 1890.
H.M. Cruikshanksand family of Grants The funeral escort was commanded by work and the political assassin feels jus Our
most wholly free from pain.
My wife was sick with the cholera mor
Pass have become residents of Ashland. Captain J. L. Mav late of the Oregon U. tified That is among the common run here. They pay taxes to support the
bus and took about half a teaspoonful of
W. H. Damon of Central Point was S. Volunteers and consisted of Company ; But since Bankers have such control of city and county, to build roads and i
the medicine and it cured the trouble at
J. Conner, landlord of Hotel Willam registered at the Ashland House Mon “D” 2nd Oregon regiment, National the republican machine a new one seems bridges, support scbo. ls aud a hundred
once and she never felt anything more of
ette, arrived from Salem Monday on a day.
Guard, and a detachment of Spanish
other public necessities. They con
business visit to his son, W, E. Conner,
war veterans twenty strong, late com
tribute of the proceeds of their business
J ames M. F ewii ..
Mrs. W. A. McGrew and daughter rades
of Hotei Oregon.
of the deceased, followed by the fore, that the benefactors of liis slaugh to all kinds of public and privat» enter Jackson
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
ASHLAND. Or.... Thursday, Feb. 22, 1900
G. A. R. Post and members of visiting
prises. They are honest and reliable in before me, a Notary Public within and for 19th day of November 1899.
Mrs. J. P. Woodson and daughter, who visit.
G eo . W. T befeke .
posts, the Degree of Honor, the W. R. Whipple was turned down in the deputy every way. They guarantee tbe quality the State and County above named one W.
have been spending the winter with
Notary Publicjfor Oregon.
Mrs. Fredericks and the Bowers chil C. and fraternal societies. Also delega ship divisions at court house, and care of their goodsand remain here to make
Ashland relatives, returned home to
dren returned Monday from San Fran tions from the High School. The pall fully overlooked in the distributions of their guarantee good. Aud vet when
bearers were late U. S. Volunteers, Ser the pie at Salem, not even a $3-female sunie tin-horn salesman comes along
Mr. Trimble and others are putting up a
W. B. Pracht and W. Y. Crowson, clerkship being offered him.
with a lot oi cheap, shelf or shop-worn
3-«tamp quartz mill at the Dunlap ledge the valley the past week and bought six
The recent appointment, it is reported, goods, or damaged ot inferior imple
Corporals Fred Robley and Frank Grubb,
head of draught horses through Dave all their fine stock of canned and bottled Privates Dan Conner and John Bailey. was to quiet the boy. The “Boss” and ments or musical instruments which
A. 8- Jacobs has declined nomination King. Dave returned from Klamathon goods.
The firing squad, ex-volunteers, con Gus think they see ghosts in the politi could not be sol 1 in the larger cities at The Bulls are all Pure
Bred registered Here-
tendered him by the prohibitionist party for yesterday.
of Corporal Otto Miller, Privates cal air and feel that some real repub any price, they are allowed to place their fords; a duly certified
Attorney H. L. McWilliams of the Ore
with each one
with rich red blood in their necks shabby, worthless goods in competition They are of three <lif-
Matt. Fountain, wife and son of Tekoa, gon Midland Railway went to Portland Fred Henin, John Wagnor, Blaine Klum, licans
ferent families and of
It seems Mr. Ruth has decided to con
John Prater, Harry Emery, A. Rad
with those of honegt anti reliable home no kin.
tinue in the saloon business providing he Wash , are stopping at the Ashland Friday.
lican blood on the party escutcheon.
cliffe, and Morris Adams.
dealers. Take as an illustration these can change at end ufj
House looking for a home. Mr. Foun
useful period, thereby
get. a license.
facts. W b have in onr Vll
At the grave Mr. C. B. Watson made
citv , an honest.1 having the
tain was recently married in Missouri urday and Sunday with her children in
, Ì .«1 m ■ in . . musical
- 1 t instiurueLts,
-- - * _
1« I w- years.
There is a remonstrance in circulation
a short address expressive of thought mittee meeting at Jacksonville Saturday reliable k dealer
will be sold at prices
praying the town council not to grant Mr. and is a cousin of J. D. Fountain.
suggested by the place and occasion
with rich and careful
not do lauen. The size of the con I cheaper and of better quality than can he that are consistent,
Ruth a license.
Lon Randle opens up a barber shop
Special bargains on canned corn and Captain May then read the Episcopal did
itonght elsewhere, and yet any unscrupu breeding and Individ-
It is reported that Rufus Cox has bought
string beans and baking powders at Gib- burial service usually conformed to in lation, shows a disposition to control by lous or unreliable foreign dea er can
the Peart farm on the road from this place
military funerals; the choir sang, three bosses. The report furnished tbe preas bring in a car load o; old, second hand,
to lolo. Price I understand is $3500.
rear part of the block and there are ru
volleys were flred over the grave and
weather stained ami warped pianos cr
C. C. McClendon and Chas. F. Young then Musician Buel Hildreth sounded by Neil and Nickell’s secretary was mis organs,
Town board of trustees meet on the 22d, mors on the street that they are not in
anti by brushing them up to faok
returned Monday from Sams Valley and taps—“Lights out!” Good night, Good leading aa to the personel of the gentle new and in good condition. se|i them in
1900. to grant Mr. Ruth a liquor license tended as bachelors quarters either.
men present. Just why they should
provided he has a majority of the voters
If you want perfect glasses correctly
rest, Farewell! said the bugle and as the want to keep their hand hid ia not competition with the looal dealer with
At a town caucus held on Tuesday even fitted to your eyes don’t fail to see Dr.
Miss Janette Bodley arrived from melody of its sweet but ineffably sad
out restriction. True it may be said that
ing, the following persons received nomina C. W. Lowe at Hotel Oregon on March Portland Monday to visit her aunt, Mrs notes werecaught in the air to be echoed clearly manifest unless they have a faint people don’t have to buy these spurious A. F. HUNT.
J. L. THORNTON.
suspicion that their “hand”—politically
tions to be voted for at town election to be otli, 6th and 7tli. The doctor has been Alice Kane.
and finally dissipated in the near by speaking—is too clean fqr public inspec good« but the fakir is a plausible cuss
held on March 12, 1900: For trustees, E coming to Ashland for several years and
Pleasen ts, J. W. Merritt, W U. Leever,
tion. The personel of the committee as I
Mrs. J. H. Turner has returned home
Janies H. Gay. J M. Gibson; recorder, J. his glasses and work as an optician are to Dunsmuir from a visit with her folks stronger to the heart’s love tendrils far given in the account on fit st page is cor succeed in leaving some of bis gt*0 ja
one final wrench that would leave a rect so far as could be ascertained. Neil with our people who will soon be look
W. Jacobs: marshal, David Lynes; street well and favorably known.
commissioner, W. A. Owen; treasurer. G
soreness oh, so fang! The weird sad re and Nickell may have had more proxies ing for someone to kick them far their
8. Moore. Pater Ingram has come out as
Mrs. E. J. Payton was called to Duns frain of the soldiers “taps” recalls the hid away in their jeans, however. folly in allowing themsolve« to ba taken
an independent candidate for city marshal.
Tuesday bv the death of her hus pathetic lines of a master of song which County Judge Crowell aud hi« henchmen in by the fakir«.'
Will Isaacs, John Gainey, Joseph Slinger, muir
in part seem appropiate here.
were conspicuous for their absence. It
Wm Barnum and Ed Van Dyke, being band’s mother.
And when I ask, with throbs of pain— is given out by eeveral Qi ‘’the old
Mrs. James Conley is on the sick list at
There will be the usual services in the
As in the days long since gone by?”
p<>litios at the end of bis term in July. Baptist church Sunday morning and
for the Jay Taylor funeral.
Schuyler Hammond pa-sed through here
The ancient time piece made reply;
That he has quit democratle polities is i evening conducted by the pastor.
today on his way to the Meadows.
The alarm of fire startled the com J. D. Heard came up from San Fran
quite probable, Wm. M. Colvig is also
Services at the usual hour« at the
Heavy thundering was heard in the south munity about eight o’clock last evening cisco Friday and returned yesterday
retiring from democratic politics, accord Presbyterian church next Sunday.
Never—forever. ’ ’
last Sunday which ended io a heavy rain
ing to the wise men’s reports. And Sermon subject« will be: “Your rela
the mud down Water street. The premi
fall, and is still raining.
Miss Jessie Betts and John McClen Never here, forever there,
there are other leaders of mor« or less tions to Jesus,” and “What is it to be
don came from Gold Hill Tuesday to
Ira Noah has been growing worse the
renown who intend to go out of the busi just?”
And death, and time shall disappear,
the last two days, from wounds which he cant building belonging to E. D Briggs, visit friends and relatives.
of democratic statesmanship, if re The Ladies’ Aid Scciety will give a
valued at about $150. It had been rent
Forever there, but never here,
received by cutting his leg with an ax.
ports are true. A general tired feeling pink and white tea at the Christian
State Senator Theo. Cameron was up The horologe of eternity
ed for various different purposes in the
•eems to have settled down upon them. church tomorrow (Friday) evening, from
The miners in thia section are pleased to past several years and the names of the from Jacksonville Tuesday to attend the
Sayeth this incessantly,
Bryan’s majority- of nearly 1000 had the 5 to 9 p. tn. Other amusements will also
see it raining as many of them would have several occupants were not generally funeral of the late Jay Taylor.
been unable to make a cleanup had the dry
tonic effect of a Lydia E. Pinkham testi be furnished. Lunch 10 cents.
known in tie best society of Ashland.
Never—forever. ’ ’
Harold Jackson was here over Sun
monial upon the democrats with an ap
Services at the Congregational church
petite for fat Salaried offices—they felt
Surveyors C. W. Root and Jessie A. day for an anti-trust tobacco firm and
Rubin Pankey took last night’s train for
Grants Paa« Small Pox Scare.
like a new woman. Their mental, next Sabbath, Feb. 25th, morning and
Oregon City where he will visit with rela McCall, and Walker Peed, Ad. Graham, delivers a regular populist spiel.
tives. He will return to Jackson county Guert McCall, Wm. Grubbe, Link Hel
Wm. D. Johnson died at Grants Pass machinery was shockingly disarranged ( evening, preaching by Rev. R. A. Rowley
Chas. Cole, owner of the townsite and
about tbe latter part of March.
man, Waldo Klutn, Chas. Taylor, Ed. water works of Klamathon, came over early this morning of smallpox. He was in June, 1898, when the Brvan “cinch” i of Portland. Special meetings will be
COLEMAN BRO'S-, Proprietors.
taken sick last Saturday but there was petered out and “all was lost save honor” continued at the Congregational church
Our vi lage blacksmith has been kept Ferguson, Fred Combs and Will Lindsey uesday to secure some water pipe.
no breaking out until Tuesday, the dis —which article was unable to maintain
busy of late repairing plows. The farmers leturned to Ashland Monday having
Sheriff Orme and J. W. O. Gregory ease proving of virulent type. His home its parity in that campaign. The de vised to attend. G. W. Nelson, Pastor.
vHl Nfcbten lip for awhile and give him a I finished the preliminary survey of the
All Kinds of Evaporated Fruits. Canned Fruits Extra
chance to sharpen the miner’s picks.
| Oregon Midland Railway The distance went to Salem Tuesday taking a couple was at Granite, in the Sumpter mining moralized condition and almost ntter im The services at the M. E. church Sun
Standards. Our Canned Tomatoes are the Best.
district, from whence he had just return possibility of reorganizing the opposition day as follows: Sunday school at 9130
The smallpox in Grants Pass and the re I from the S. P. at Klamathon to Klamath
port that it has attacked Medford and Ash Falls is between 80 and 90 miles. The
Eugene A. Sherwin received 200 vac ed tc visit his family who were spending to the republican party under one ban a. m., Missionary seripqn at 11 by
land is creating considerable excitement surveyors are working on their estimates. cine points from the farm near Chicago the winter in Grante Pass for the bene ner in Jackson county seems to have im Rev. N. F. Jtenlrin«, missionary secre
here. We think a part of it is a false alarm.
yesterday and has another 100 en route. fit of school privileges. He was interest pelled all the democrats of sense and tary qf ^e'G.rants Pass district. Junior
ed with the Cleaver Bros, in a number judgment to hesitate about muzzling onto
meeting at 3 p. m., Devotional
We notice that the prohibition party has
Hal Einerv, clerk at Hotel Nash, was of valuable mining properties, including the first thing in sight. But not $iil League
nominated a full county ticket. They are
meeting of the Epworth League at 6:30.
up from Medford Tuesday to attend the an extension of the famous Red Boy and Nickell. They are of tjie “early Preaching and evangelistic service at
starting early. Well, there might be policy
in it. as this is a duh time with tbe saloons
Mrs. M. A. Judd went to Siskiyou, funeral of a fellow comrade, Jay Taylor. mine at Granite. He leaves to mourn bird”, variety ahd consider themselves 7:30 by Rev. Jenkins. Revival services LAW, LAND & LOAN OFFICE
and tbe first party in the field generally Saturday.
Miss Joey P.yers, formerly of the nor his sudden death a wife and five chil toqgii enough for any kind of political each evening this week. A cordial in
gets a reduction on drinks. They might be
is ill in Coos county with pneu* dren, the eldest being aboutyearS of weather.
vitation to all. J. T. Abbelt, Pastor.
able to get four for a quarter. Weil, to
Frank Bailey was here Friday from mal,
The republican organization is com
tnonia and unable to teach her school. age. Deceased waS a nephew of Mrs. E.
to make a long story short, when a man down the valley.
The Catholic services far
pact and in this county, so far as can be
asks you to vote that ticket be simply asks
Geo. E. Neuber returned to Jackson
ascertained, is not divided on tbe new , gin on next Wednesday, at 9 a. m. in
you to surrender a part of your freedom and
Ross Dollarhide was here Friday ville Friday from San Francisco where viaw, Feb. 17.
the Holy Rosary, by the
at the same time tells you that jou belong from the toll house.
issues. Their main divisions will be j the church
Mrs. Neuber is steadily improving in man, who died of Bmallpox in Grants over the nominations for congressman I i blee^ug «nd distribution of asht-s. and
in the Philippines as you are not capable of
Mr. Wright, a student at the normal health.
Self government. Well, if they should
Pass, was quite likely the victim of neg for this district, district attorney ^nd ¿he high mass. In the evening at 7:30 there
come out on top it will make good business was up the other day looking for a
Mr. and Mrs Robt. Leonard visited lect as much as of the disease itself. It county officers. They lidye th® prestige Will he puhlio recitation oi the Rosary,
for the druggi-t He can give you a dose school.
Call and see me when you are in need of
Jacksonville Saturday where he attend seems that after the doctor who was of being ‘jn’ the saddle with a disor-« sermon and distribution of ashes. The
of quinine in a tumbler, than till the tum
any property of any description, either to OZEmLTDZRZEJST’S
A school entertainment was given
bler to tbe top with liquor to wash it down
rent or buv.
case of smallpox, he refused to. attend theory of “nothing succeeds likesucoess” will be held on all Friday evenings, dur
with, charge fifteen cents for it while you Friday night at the Neil creek school mittee meeting.
I have ranches for sale in every part of
make an awful face at that horrible liquor bouse, object to raise money to buy
An elegant line of Framed Pictures at him further on tlje ground that it wQflld the nomination« will natura lv be sought will he Vespers, sermon and bonedfation Jackson county: fine land and low prices.
that the druggist put in your quinine. books.
hurt his drug business to go there. for with vigor and energy as tbe prizes of tbe blessed sacrament. Allevtnmg
Small acreages of fruit land near town
A big crowd was present. Opera House Furniture Store.
You can go back tbe same day and get it Supt. Gregory was there.
and land in bearing fruit, any number of
Other doctor’s refused, also, to see the are very valuable; noth withstanding that
duplicated if you want to, if not, you will be
Mr. and Mrs. Evan R. Reames of patient who was quarantined with his the republicans will tell you everybody is devotions begin at 7:30. High mass and acres, large or small.
sure to go early next morning This is tbe
1 have several houses to sell in the city;
Klamath Falls arrived at Jacksonville family and all approaches to ahe house lousy with money and gluttoned with sermon on Sunday at 10 a. m. Sunday
Way w« view il. We hope thev will get
D ry G oods , N ovelties ,
school at 2:30 p. nj.
prices to suit the times.
three votes m «very precinct without voting
We desire to express our sincere grati brother, Gen. T. G. Reames.
HOU b ES TO RENT.
fur themselves, any way.
tude and thanks to the organisations and
On the first page appears the receipt
Main Street, Oyer the Bridge.
MONEY TO LOAN.
many friends for their kindly symnathy
Rev. Thos. P. Boyd, formerly of Ash good pay for whatever they did, refused
( and many acts of kindness in the laying land, is doing well as a singing evange to render any assistance whatever, and that Ex-Sheriff Plummer of Polk county
1NSU RANCE A SPECIALTY.
gave to tbe public as coming from Qov,
of our precious son.
Florey is doing a rushing business these away
list. and is holding a series of meetings Mr. Johnson, who was a well-to do min T. T. Geer and tbe latter’s reply to tbe WRIGHT—PANKEY—In Jacksonville, I Here are a few of my bargains:
R obt T aylob and F amily .
days registering the voters of this sectiou.
at Stockton. Cal., at present.
Feb 7,1900, by Rev. N. M. Hansen, I Ten acres of good fruit laiid. three acres
editor of tbe Scout at Union. Plummer
position to bribe tbe whole town. was sheriff at the time and says he made
Farmers are about through sowing their
in fruit, $450,
Jos. N. Wright and Miss A. Pankey.
Postmaster John F. Miller and Con soriy
Funeral of* Ben Taylor.
Even after his partners, the Cleaver tbe proposition to Geer, then a candidate
Six acre tract, three acres in fruit, good
grain and some are plowing summer-fallow.
The funeral of Private H. B. Taylor who
house, bam, etc., running water, for $500.
Lee Black a few days ago killed the larg died on the field of battle at Malabon. P. I. saw mill Friday to secure railroad ties Bros., of Baker City, wired that no ex for the republican nomination for gov
Another ten acre tract, some frnit, two
pense should be spared in the case, and ernor. Geer studied oyer the matter
est panther of the season, 13 3 from tip to March 25, 1899. took place from tbe M. K. for the Jacksonvillie branch road.
small bouses, $400.
time and thqn came over aud ac
church at Jacksonville yesterday afternoon,
These are within a mile and a half of
John W» Curry, special agent of the the bills, nothing could be done, and it some
Mrs. Maud 8tickel of Medford is visiting Kevs W. B. Moore and 8. H. Jones con
cepted the proposition in Plummer’s of PLYMALE—At Med ford , Feb. 17, 1900, Ashland.
of bladder and kidney trouble, Fran Two miles from town, ten acres, entirely
friends at Eagle Point. We are always ducting religious services.
fice, Plummer’s head clerk has made
glad to see Maud.
At the grave the services were conducted Tuesday from Texas, being called home man died that a xyotpan uho had had affidavit that he heard and saw the trans
cis M. Plymale; aged 67 years.
Gen Llovd Wheaton Post of Spanisb- by the death of his farher-in-law, F. M. the smallpox was secured to go and take action. The court house waB afterward
Hotel property in town, for salefor$4000.
Lee Edmonson was down a few days ago by
Atnerican War veterans in charge of Lieut. Plymale.
One hundred acres tine valley land, two
care of him.
from Mt Pitt district to have Squire Florey J.
E Thornton. The firing squad were
miles from Medford, $4500.
After Mr. Johnson’s death three thought the receipt went up with the
ipake him a legal voter.
Mrs. Stanley A- McIntosh, formerly
of Samuel R. and Melissa C. Taylor;
Corporal Miller and Privates Herrin.
Call and see rue in regard to any of tbe
flames, Plummer saw Joe Simon aud
aged 22 years, 3 months and 12 days. above, and if they do not suit, I have a
Mr«. Gps Nichols of Lake Greek, we Churchman, Wagner, Klum, Radcliff,
land Monday from liei home at Harrison
Simon held the receipt over Geer’s bead
large list from which yon might choose
learn, is quite sick. We would be glad to Werth, En-.ery; Boel Hildreth, bugler.
The pall bearers were Sergeants Urubb. Gulch, Shasta couflty, to visit her family contract being that they should then get to idtimidate Geer from using his influ TAYLOR—At Manila, P. I., April 20,
hear of her speedy recovery.
GEO. W. TREFREN.
1899, Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robt.
T erms C ash at
Crowson and Bracht and Privates Conner and relatives.
ence against Simon’s election as U. S.
Brother Co'e, who has been conducting a and Bailey
BEABOS ABLE BATES*
three men carried out their contract to senator, Plummer says Geer afterward
Taylor; aged 19 years and 19 days.
series of meetings at this place, has been on
Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Nelson left the letter, beating their way out of town paid him back two for one, that is $2000.
Morris Howell and Robt. Dow played In
tbe sick liei tor tbe past week with la grippe. tbe Medford band.
Friday for Alameda, Cal., to visit her on the northbound local yesterday morn
This is in brief the story as told by
The escort was by the .Medford G. A R. sister, Mrs. Chas. M. Culver.
Mr. ing. They were discovered, in a drunk
Everybody contented ip this section
Geer does not generally
except a few who are looking for office. Post and Co. “ B. ’ 3d Regt. O. N. G , of Nelson has a thirty day’s vacation which en condition, by the trainmen and put Plummer.
Ashland. Capt. J . L. May, Lieutenants Ed they will spend in California.
to be a saint but be stands up on
They arearound shaking with tbe boya.
off at Glendale. This act of the Grants bis hind legs in more erect attitude than
Sutton and H.H Evansi Sergeants Vining
Pass officials in allowing these tramps to-
Stockmen around here think the winter ana Ward, Q. M. Tout. Corporals Foster
over for 1 see most of them are driving and McWilliams. Privates Andree. Bran state central committee of the people’s go out without beingf quarantined a other republican politicians and has a
their >-tock to tbe bills where there is plenty non, Cottrell, Butler. Graham, Butler,
sufficient length of time, to scatter the fairly decent legislative record in tbe face
' Maass, Millsap, Mills, Millsap, Miller, party (the fusion element of last cam , germs of smallpox along the road, is of so many politicians wflq vote to
paign) left for Portland Tuesday to con
rob and plqnder $be taxpayers
positively criminal, and in a town where swindle,
D. P. Mathews, who has been quite sick Norton, Patrick, Real. Smith, Sutton, vene the committee today.
Semi-Weekly Stage Line Mr,. Bu,b. Prop., J ÍXÍ.£í“Ór«oo.
and public with apparently uo shame or
for several months, has gone to ban Fran Spencer, Smith, Wild. Edininston, Hern
J. 11 Briggs, the assayer and mining cowardly they would be Beverly* deal^ without a thought ot having to reckon
cisco to see what can be done fur him there
and Mail Contract from
as the doctor» here were unable to cure
man return«! to Ashland Saturday from 1 with, the doctors and officials of Grants With an outraged public. It was this
an inspecting tour through the northern Pass have certainly brought disgrace to
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
relieved the elephant of some of its
Ashland to Pelican Bay.
Tbe partv given at tbe Rees creek school
axative B romo Q uinine T ab part of Jackson county and in Josephine their town.—Roseburg Review, Feb. 19. odinm at last election. His message to
house on the 16th inst.. for tbe purpose of
county, having been absent many weeks.
Tfie Johnson family were removed three the openiug legislature was such a crqsii- Pillsbury's Vitos, per pek’g .... 18 Ct«
raising moi.ey to repair the school house lets . All druggists refund the money if
Lunches Put Up
Miss Dora Cooley and eister, Mrs. Nel miles out town and quarantined.
was a grand success There was about $25
ing blow to tbe corrupt schemes, intents Pillsbury’a Oats, pt*r pek’g....... 15 <<
added to tbe treasury receipt.
lie Dockery, arrived at Phoenix Sunday
and purposes of tbe legislators and lobby
No Cases of Small Pox,
from Ager to visit their sister, Mrs.
ists that it was given a frosty reception , Shred Whole Wheat Biscuit, pk’g 18 •4
There is a great deal of dissatisfaction
among the voters over here with the way
All Passengers Trains
The report of cases of smallpox in by the assembled rogues. Every effort' Flaked Wheat, per lb............
our county court has cut up the voting
Guardianship of minor heirs of T W Baker City where Miss Cooley is em-
was made to get a “hitch” on the chief
precincts. If they had consult«! any Bryant. Delphia C Bryant appointed ployed as a stenographer.
Stop 30 Mfntrtes for Mhttls
executive and some of the brightest and
school bovs they might have got the pre guardian.
to time of going to press there are no brainiest blackmailers that infest a legis Oatmeal, lower giade, per lb.
ci nets in better shape.
Estate of Erastus Wells. Annual re and handsomest wheel made; will run cases of smallpox in the Rogue river val lative session put their wits to work to Po6tum Cereal, large size.
Prof. Hazleton cloeed h.s term of school port of executrix approved.
Postum Oereal, small sice
1000 miles without oiling; will run 27
on tbe 16th with a matched game of ba'ke-
Estate of Giles Weils, Sr, Sale of per cent lighter than any bicycle made. being the only case so far.
scandal. Many of their efforts Were jn
One a three seat and the
ball between members of nis school. Nme
vain and failed. The most plausible one
of the young ladies played against nine
The easiest hill climber made. For sam
Estate of Spencer Childers. Sr. Semi ple and prices call at Reeser’s hardware
small boys. The ully stood37 for the boya
Gen. Kelly—Kenny and Gen. Cronje is tbe Plummer affair and the statement,
other two seats. Six head
annual report approved.
•nd 35 for the young ladies.
fought a desperate battle at Paaderburg like a lawyer's complaint, looks all right
Estate of Jas. Barnes. Executor fi
Miss Mabel Million won the contest at yesterday. The British report killing of
of Horses and two sets of
Every voter who registers must give nally discharged.
tbe concert Tuesday evening, being elected 800 Boers and that Cronje nad asked Tor examination would bring out can only be
17 lbs. for $1.00.
conjectured. Tne affair is among repub
the section, township and range in
tbe most populsryoung lady in Ash>and. armistice to carry off dead.
H. BOIVIN, Manager
She received a $25 mandolin just for being
lican politicians and how much more
which he lives, and those living in an estate confirmed.
Adoption of Zelia and Jessie Jones. such a good girl.
incorporated town must give the lot and
Carter went to Salem last night to visit tbe public is going to be let into remains
block. Study out just where you live Ordered that said children shall for all
Miss Emma Coleman, who has been friends. Ityss Margaret Godfrey, who to be seen.
YOUR MONEY BACK IF OUR GOODS
COR. MAIN AND CHURCH STREET
and then register at once. Unless regis legal intents and purposes be children of spending several mouths with Mrs. If. has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred
Cali on or apply to,
ARlf NOT SATISFACTORY.
The national people’s party conventinn
tration progresses more rapid!v a great Paul and Lydia Cirac, and Jessie Cirac. B. Gillette, formerly Miss McCabe, in Carter, jeturned to Portland on the
Estate of Gustaf Karewski. Objections Portland, returned to Ashland today.
will meet May 9,1900, at Sioux Fails,
many voters are going to get left.
of foreign heirs of deceased to annul ac
The rainstorm for the past five days
count ot executrix set for hearing March
Mrs. John Medley and daughter of
republican state convention meets
which cleared up this nrorniug left 1.89 Oakland, Douglas county, who has beep at The
Shop is now open.
April 12tb, the first congres The....
IM Kind Y n Haw Always Bcugtrt 12, 1900.
inches of water which is .18 inches visiting Mrs. Medley and family' in sional district
convention at McMinn
Nothing but First • Ch«
N. A. Ambrose, the well known mail- above the average rain fall for the past Ashland, left today for San Francisco ville April 10, and tbs second district Ashland
clwrk, 1« again ruaoiag lute Ashland, * 18 yurt.
bn th«lr hwlth.
THE WONDERFUL DESTROYER
INFLAMATION IN MAN OR BEAST
R. K. SUTTON. PROP.
VAUPEL, NORRIS & DRAKE.
Twenty-Five Head of Pure Bred Hereford Balls.
ASHLAND MEAT CO.
General Dealers in Live Stock and
Dressed Meats of All Kinds.
SELL : GREEN
MRS. SARAH HARRISON
GEO. W. TREFB.EN
We have them:
Meals 25 S*Ä
J. N. SMITH,