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UR FRIENDS WILL TELL YOU ...
The denjbtJ^fft'YVifivtBOwr at-Jack
sonville Saturday will be an interesting
affair. The primaries Saturday can_be
summed up as follows : Anti-Neii, ànti-
Crowell, anti boss. Giving Neil the
doubtful delegatee the opposition to Hint
amounts to teven delegates. With the
general trend of democratic thought
strongly in favor of disposing of the bos
ses and factional rows in the party it is
reasonable to conclude as almost a cer
tainty that the Neil crowd will be unable
to change the result by tricky and un
scrupulous means. They have started
contests in two of the precinct* where
they were defeated —Sterling and Wood*
James Milne, the genial and popular
.railroad man better known as “Big Jim”
of Central Point.
was marriee yesterday to Miss Olga
Waterhouse, an estimable lady and sister
of Mr. Milne’s deceased wile. The wedd
Regular Peoples* Party Nominee.
ing was a quiet affair the ceremony be
ing performed by Justice of the Peace
For Joint Representative....
Miss Frances Kessler, a clever and
Jackson and Douglas.
beautiful young blonde, whoee family
formerly resided at Klamath Falls, Med
IN GROCERY DEPARTMENT a Fine
ford and Grants Pass, but now live in
Line of Fresh .Clean Goods
San Francisco, was married on the 9th
of Central Point.
ingt. to John Dreyfus Reed of Washing
THE BEST TAILOR CAN’T BEAT
ton, D. C. The young man was a stu-
THE HT. ANB AT
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At Talent there was a hot contest, 4G
Regular Peoples’ Party Nominee.
OUR PRICES THEY’RE AS EAST TO
votes being cast and it took all afternoon
to elect one delegate. The cause of the
BUY AS HALF THE COMMONPLACE.
contention was the well-known war evening’s train en route to the national For Representative....
horse, James Helms, the capitalist aud capital to make their home there or in
democrat who supported McKinley in Brazil, South America.
J. W. LING,;
1896 and the republican party in 1898.'
The Bulls are all Pure
Bred registered Here-
He made a fight for the Neil faction and
fords; a duly certified
pedigree with each one
it took about all day for him to confuse the government and is a nephew of Ex
They are of three dif-
ferent families and of
the situation. After a ballot or two a Speaker Thos. B. Reed. Miss Kessler’s
purchasing one of each
recess was declared and more voter» friends wish her well in her new relation.
Regular Peoples’ Party Nominee.
can change at end of
useful period, thereby
dragged in. One ballot showed more
Two of Ashland’s well known and es
having the use of a
votes than there were voters and specta timable young people were united in the
for several years. They
will be sold at prices
tors in the house. Republicans, demo holy bonds of matrimony Tuesday after For County Clerk....
that are consistent,
with rich and careful
crats, populists, prohibitionists, social noon at 2:30 o’clock. The contracting
breeding and individ-
ists and mugwumps took part. Helms parties were Mr Wm. E. Hevener, who
W. B. JACKSON,
had his way in the end. A hot fight was formerly in the mercantile business
----- INSPECTION INVITED------
took place at Jacksonville resulting in here, and who is ex-captain of Co. B of
the knocking of the Neil slate in- the the Oregon National Guard, and Mies
OWEIV <Sc IMEOORE
very citadel of the ring’s power. In Emma Ewan, a former teacher in
North Jacksonville the anti-Neil Rele the Ashland public schools. They were
Regular People’s Party Nominee.
gates won out by 10 majority—54 to 44. married at the home of Mr. W. A. Pat
In South Jacksonville the Neil delegates rick Rev. J. T. Abbett, pastor of the For Sheriff ...
won—32 to 31—on account of a defective M. E. church, performed the ceremony.
J. L. THORNTON.
A. F. HUNT.
ballot voted by. an anti-Neil man. It The parlors of Mr. Patrick’s house were
J. W. WILEY,
was a hard fought'battle, people of all tastefully decorated with flowers and
kinds of political faiths participating in evergreens. After the ceremony a dainty
lunch was served. Mr. Hevener wore
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
At Medford there was no contest, black and -Miss Ewan was attired in
everything being anti-Neil and anti-boss. white and held in her hand a boquet of
Regular People’s Party Nominee.
E. E. 8mith. ex-deputy clerk and sheriff,
Carpets at VaupeL Norris A Drake’s. Crowell attended and announced he beautiful red and white carnations.
of Big Butte was in town Monday;
wanted nothing except defeat of Judge OrTly’relatives of the bride and groom For District Attorney....
Rev. A. J. Hanby preached in the Bap- * Walter Frulan is in Seattle.
Neil. At Pheonix there was no contest, were present. The presents were both
list church last Sunday to ajarge congre^
Tyson Beall.was up from Centra Point the Neil faction being too weak to put beautiful and useful. "Mr. and Mrs.
ASHLAND. Or...Thursday, April 19. 1900 gation.
C. B. WATSON,
up a fight. At Central Point the anti- Hevener will make their future home in
N. W. Scott, Mr. Corum and Mr. Clark
Miss Belle Lucas returned from Hen Neil voters predominated and knocked Saginaw, where Mr. Hevener is employed
are io the Cow Creek country prospecting
for the precious metal.
G. K. Walker is slicking up his sorrel gal
two of the delegatee on the Neil ticket. Lumber Co, The host of friends of this
Rev. Giegory was called to Gold Hill last
loper for the May day races at Gold Hill
Lace curtain stretchers at Opera House It is an anti-boss delegation.
Soung couple unite in wishing them a Present Incumbent.
Mr. W. will carry the purse home with
In West Ashland M. F. Eggleston was appy and prosperous life voyage.
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known to your correspondent.
The senate by a vote of 33 to 32 re chairman and Fred R. Neil secretary.
For School Superintendent...,
The weather seems to be settled one»
For two delegates Eggleston received 32,
fused to seat Quay.
Gov. Bob Taylor’s Lecture,
• more. If ft continues warm there will be Dr. Hinkle bouse on fifth street, until he
J. R. Tozer 18 and John W. Coleman 16.
P. H. DAILEY,
quite an acreage planted to corn by the first i ( find a place to buy that suits him.
Lewis Wyant came over from Henley
Gov. Bob. Taylor of Tennessee was in
In North Ashland W. H. Brunk was
Mr. Taylor is making a deal with Capt. yesterday on a visit.
troduced to a good sized audience at the
of Gold Hill.
8. H. Glass bas exchanged hie portable I Rawling’s of 100 acres of land known as
D. Cofer returned to Medford from For two delegates Riley received 9, L. A. Chautauqua Tabernacle by Hon. E. V.
engine for a traction straw burner which ,
Carter last Monday night. He dispensed
Neil 6 and Albert Pankey 5.
was a wise idea in Mr. Glass as many of j The Central Point base ball nine played Klamathon yesterday.
a felicitous and unique entertainment
the farmers had rather have a straw burner the Eagle Point ......
__ , latter
Wanted—A good waiter girl. Apply
nine at the
lasting about an hour and a quarter
machine do their work on account of the ptac, last Sunday. Score 9 to 13 in favor at the Ashland House.
For two delegates Bart Chapman re such as was seldom or never enjoyed by For Assessor....
scarcity of wood,
• ( of - Central
J. R. Reames, the Phoenix farmer, ceived 18, W. T. Beagle 15, J. P. Gil our people before. His subject, “The
W 1 E Stacy has purchased the drygoods a'n<j the bride between 60 and 70. Those was in town Tuesday.
more 10, D. B. Provost 6 and Robt. Fiddle and the Bow,” was used by him
J. C. PENDLETON,
ishment of G. K. Walker and baa pre^ant ware C. Jeffrey, Geo. Jeffrey and
to play a sort of medley, made up of
taken charge of the same.
same, Mr Stacey is a wife. N. Stidham and wife, Miss Lizzie Sted-
W. Trimble of Crescent City was regis
word painting of the highest art, poetic
of Table Rock.
young man who has been among us for ham aud E. Pleasant.
The following is the list of delegates in his descriptions and in man’s love of
tered at Hotel Oregon Sunday.
All Kinds of Evaporated Fruits. Canned Fruits B Extra
many years and is chock full of business.
nature, pathetic and heart-moving in the
Married at the residence of E. P. Wand
* ■ Wa wish him success.
Thos. H. B. Helms and wife came in
Standards. Our Canned Tomatoes are the Best.
South Ashland-Bart Chapman, W. child reminiscences of the old home and
in Central Point. April 22, I960, by A 8. from eastern Oregon yesterday.
Regular Republican Nominee.
. The heavy frosts that visited us on April Jacobs, J. P., Francis Johnson and Mrs.
8th and 9th and again on the 15th complete Mana L. Wells. The groom is 76 years old
G. H. Palethorpe has purchased tho ' West Ashlanb—M. F. Eggleston, J. R. miammy, instructive and philosophic in
ly paraiized the fruit crop
bis advice on the family social life to
R. H. Hodge and Joseph Taylor and blue front bakery from H. Clark.
speaking it is believed that the mast are
also killed as the young growth on the oak tbe;r families arrived here a few davs ago
make a heaven here on earth and partic
Oliver Dews of Gold Hill was in Ash
were killed This was an unusual occur- from >accoanty, Iowa, to make this valley land yesterday en route to Sisson.
ularly about the family hearthstone.
rezjce for this part of Oregon.
Eagle Point—S. B. Holmes, Wilber Interspersed, there was a playful fancy
Of Grandpa D owuing of this place.
Hon. Nat Langell was up from Jack Ashpole
of funny situations and side splitting
Mr. Pierce, the secretary af the Gold Hill
Woodville—Chas. E. White.
Our little city was greatly disturbed last sonville Sunday on Chinese business.
stories that made people laugh to tears.
High Liue Ditch Co,, and J 8 Howard,
—James Stewar'. G. H. Haskins, When he defines music one can get some
the company surveyor, are up the river se week by yells, shooting and dynamite
Regular Republican Nominee.
J. W. Simpson returned to Klam W. Medlord
curing the right of way for the ditch bombs just after the hoodlum bell tolled its athon yesterday from a visit at Medford
conception of “the music of nature,”
There is quite n diversity in the minds of iut peals. Boys you bad better look a
Central Point—John Olwell. Wm. Wright, and “the music of the spheres ” His For Sheriff.........
the people here as towben.ifever.thisditch little out the marshall has several of you
Col. Chas. A. Cogswell was on yester
recollections of the country school of
Beal , J. HL. Gay.
will be built Some have no more faith in spotted and there is a heavy fine against day’s train for Lakeview from Portland.
IS HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL
near half a century ago were especially
it than they have in getting a dollar a bush- i dynamite shooting.
el for tbeir wheat under the McKinley ad
Our mens clothing is unexcelled in
OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Pleasant Creek—Joshua Neathamer
thoroughly enjoyed by the younger.
ministration while others think it is a sure
of Foots Creek.
price, style and quality. Miller A Bart
go. We can’t see why anyone -hould be
He seemed to think that fat men and
Our school is still without a teacher.
tn doubt The present force would Com
women and bald-headed men were pos
plete it in course of time and if the company
Wm. Milton and Wm. Laws returned
sessed of the kindliest natures and the
Geo. Reynolds was in Gold Hill last week
should add 498 more men to-their force al
to Woodville yesterday from Klamathon.
And not Price, is always considered in our Drug*
Jacksonville—Wm. M. Coing, John Orth most sympathetic hearts. The govenor
The fruit crop has been slightly damaged
ready engaged they would have an even 500
Mrs. 8. W, McClendon of Central J, Nunan, Chris Keegan, J. Reauvenue. himself is some proof of this. No one For County Treasurer......
men at work on the ditch and it would be by rrost
would doubt that he is a lovable, ideal
Point visited Ashland relatives the past
W M. Cushman of Trail creek was over
Chimnev Rock— Gus Nichols.
That Throbbtug Headache,
and the top of his head is as innocent of
wild strawberries were found here on
hair as a baby’s cheek. His advice to
Would quickly leave you, if you used the Ripe
Foots Creek—Robt. Cook.
view to conduct Catholic services next
4th of April.
Dr. King’s New Liie Pilla. Thousands
mation of men with bald heads was com
Regular Republican Nominee.
Geo. Reynolds took a load of poultry to
of sufferers have proved their matchless
forting indeed to the bald headed bach
Mt. Pitt—R. L. Parker.
Mrs. J. J. O’Neil and son attended the
merit tor Sick and Nervous Headaches. Medford last Monday .
Rock Point—E. G. CoffM.
EGGS FOR HATCHING
Jamee Mitchell of Gold Hill is visiting Native Son’s reception at Jacksonville
They make pure hloid and bwild up
Governor Taylor is a poet, a philoso For School superintendent....
Sour health. Ooiv 23 c nta, Mouey back With relatives in this vicinity.
Steamboat—J Shearer. '
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pher, a literary gedtus and a trit of the
G. A. GREGORY,
not cured. Sold by E. A. Sherwin.
Tirali Creek— F. Callahan.
Miss Florence Reynolds WM visiting
Mrs G. 8. Butler attended the Native
highest class. He dispenses a kind of
entertainment that is of kin th the best
We have learned that Deputy Sheriff last night.
religion because it cannot fail in ita in'*
A, 8. Moon to Thos »-"Nichols; 85 acres Orme
visited this section this week.
*"• fluence to make people better. We shall
E. L. Ledbetter and W. Wright, the
BREEDER OF H1GH-CLAB8 POULTRY.
CYCLONE DA VIS’ SPEECH
tn secs IT end 20, twp 35, 2 w $125.
‘ f» speak of him.asour “Gov. Bob” because
Mr. and Mrs A L. Woo ey were visit Pleasant creek school teachers, were in
Kila J Cole to A Z bears ; lota 7 and 8.
Hou. J. H. Davis of Texas, who has he belongs to the whole county. He Present Incumbent.
Have mated three grand pens of |Barred P."Rocks,
' ing Mrs. Wooley's parents last week.
gained celebrity by reason of his energy ought to oe in the president’s cabinet to
Alonzo biover to Amelia Elmer; lot 1,
eggs, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00, pr 18. S. O- B. Leghorns
Present indications are that we will have
and power as a platform orator so that keep the big politicians in good humor
blk 66, Medford. $>»0.
and Black Minorca«, $1.00, pr 13. Black Langaiian,
ou unusual large crop ol grain this year.
J B Dungau to Ubas R Ray; bond for
his characterization as “Cyclone Davis” and make the government better. 8uch
1 set, $1.00, 2 set, $1.50. My birds only lacked one
Win. Mitchell has Rented, and is putting with the grippe.
deed, land in secs35 and 36, twp 35,3 w, $500.
is known throughout the west, addressed men are too scarce for this civilisation For Representative....
point at Oregon Stale Show ¿of being as good aa
H L Boggs to Elia M Young: property tn a large corn Crop ou H. tf. Mitchell’s
Father A. Laink of Sublimity visited the people in the city hall Monday after and no comedy or drama can take tneir
A ddfe68, EL
ZECR»TJ"SE1# Roseburg, Oregon.
on Eddings street, Ashland, $60
W. A CARTER,
Father Donnelly and L. McGinnis in noon on the political topics of the time. place for the healthful entertainment of
A L Milla, trustee.to J T English; 120
Ashland this week.
acres in secs 29 and 31, twp 39,1 e, $192,
of Gold Hill.
sight of both eyes, recently went to Med
limited time was held for tlie advertise
J T Euglish to U 6; same property,
ment of the meeting. Mr. Davis spoke
A L Mills, trustee, to R H Kaberge.80
land Tuesday, having finished a term of from the populist view and is campaign
The latest fad in Fotos 16 for 25c.
acres in sec 31. twp 39, 1 e. $328,
K H Raberge to U 8; same property.
A. L. Wooley, assisted by Fred Mitchell,
ing in the interest of the Bryan demo Studio over Reeser’s hardware store.
Regular Republican Nominee.
William Ulrich to the Big Bend Milling took some of his hue cows to the valley
He spoke for
Miss Marie Webster of Talent, went populist propaganda.
Company; 920 acres in big Butte creek Tuesday.
For Joint Representative....
to Dunsmuir today to visit her sister, two and a naif hours and his speech was Galena, Ill. •
Jackson and Dunglas.
Eugenia L Atkinson to A C bpencer; prop days recently looking after his property in
Sol Bleumauer, president of the Native
His demeanor is that of a man who goes
erty in Ashland. $100.
about his talking as if be had a convic Sons of Oregon, is in town.
E. D. BRIGGS,
CCary to L W Hausser; 2 acres in sec 5. this section.
graduates this week trom the Haneman tion and a purpose. He comes from the
D. P. Grinin ger and L. C. Bo lie are mak
two 39. 1 e. $700
Miss Agnes White came up from
J Nu tan to H A Bauten; 11 acres east of ing considerable improvements on their
Revolutionary 6tock of Washington’s Grants Pass today on a visit to friends.
Miss Gertrude Johns came up from army, is over six feet in height and
C 0 Hi son to M J Johusou; lot 3, Bar
S. R. Beeves is up from Medford to
8eth Williams unfortunately crippled one Williams, Josephine county, yesterday straight as an Indian. He is of the type
num’s add to Medford, $130.
WJ bchmidt to W8 Davison; property
less result in the loss of the animal.
P. 8. Casey and D. B. Provost went to
in Ashland. $2100.
Misses Reta McIntosh, Gertrude Wil deserves more courteous treatment than-
C M Foley to W 8 Davison; lots I, 2, 3. 4,
Miss Audrey Griniuger has been engaged son and Kate Angle, normal students, he usually receives at the hands of the Yreka today to look at mines.
goldbug country press who have the
6 and 6, blk W, R R add to Ashland, $300 to leach the Upper bains Valley school,
Summer hats at Vaupel, Norris &
J 0 Johnson to I 1. Hamilton; lot 3, blk due will doubtless make an efficient teacher. visited Medford Saturday.
sense to perceive the man’s influence but
Write for Catalogue and Prices.
2. West's add to Medford. $400.
Mr. Blackburn, who came to Gold Hill are without the intelligence and infor Drake’s.
Conrad Mingus to J Tungate; 1.34 acres
and purchased the Beidler house, mation to answer bis arguments. Mr.
All musicians and band men, as well
Fancy silk double-breasted vests in a last
1 died fall
In Mingus' add to Medford, $120.
Saturday of consumption.
Davis is a stickler for the fundamental as others feeling an interest, are cordi
J Tungate to 1 L Hamilton; same prop variety of styles at new store, Miller &
QLIVER S. .BROWN
Miss Muller, daughter of Max Muller, principles of tree government and goes ally invited to meet at city hall, 7 o’clock
Henry Wahler to I L Hamilton; lots 7
who*has been in Oakland. Cal., for sev Back to the Declaration of Independence next Saturday evening to organize a
F. M. McKinniss was up from his Tal eral months is visiting Jacksonville.
and the Constitution for them. Having dand.
and 8, blk 4, Outage add to Medford $200.
Clara P Babcock to Hamilton and Palm; ent ranch yesterday and purchased A. '
fixed these principles in the minds of
The allied I. O.O. F. lodges give a
eKof lots 1 and 2, blk 18, Beatty s add to W. Jacobs’ pair of big mules and a fine
Prof. John H Robinson of Wilderville, his hearers he leads them along to point
Bain wagon from Emil Peil, and now an
< old Tennessee friend of Gov. Taylor, out in the existing conditions that the grand ball In Ashland tonight and the ASHLAND, -
K Brace io school district number 49; lot shines as a thrifty farmer with the best of was in Ashland Monday and Tuesday.
three linkers are sparing no pains to
Oregon. Mr, Blu». Bropr, j ISteSTon,».
adjoining the Medford school hous». $215 them.
make it a pronounced success Delega
Three Klamath Indian Agency po parted from the design of the fathers to tions from Jacksonville, Medford, Grants
Call and see his new stock of Fine
W H Goodburn to Hamihou A Palm;
iota 6, 7 and 8, bik 1, Park add to Medford.
8. J. Fore and Dr. I. B. Hamilton liceman—Geo. Duvall, Prim Weeks and institute government to secure life, lib Pass and Gold Hill are expected and a Watches, Clocks, Jewelrv, etc.
Mining Law a Specialty.
were over from Cole’s this week and Willie Kolkunish—arrived in Ashland 1 erty and happiness to the people. Be handsome time is anticipated.
2*.n h «««.
yond this there was no excuse lor govern
A L Mills, trustee, to U 8; 1958 acres in have placed an order for a new 10-stamp Monday.
Watches and Clocks Repaired.
twpa 39 and 40, 1 a.
John T. Frulan, who has been work stitution and then takes up the issues in ia Etner and Edgar IVallace, who have
W EBwentzel to C R Ray; 10 acres in quartz mill with the Ashland Iron Works
AW, LAND & LOAN OFFICE
to be placed on the C. B. Poole mine.
sec 21. twp 36,3 w, $50
ing for Lindley, Mason A Co. building detail giving considerable time to trans been at Mr. Wallace’s hydraulic mine at
Marion Tryer to Martha A Clemens; lot
Lunches Put Up
We have the most complete line of
portation, ownership of public utilities Althouse, Josephine county, went to White Plymouth Rock Pullets
2, blk 80, Medford.
shirts in Ashland. Miller A Bartges.
and monev. The money trust was the Yreka Tuesday, after which they will
Mrs J. D. Blitch of Siskiyou visited greatest of all. His position was the visit Ashland friends.
Max Muller, republican nominee for
and Cockerels for Sale!
Ashland friends this week. She leaves same as in ’96. The last part of bis
All Passengers Trains
Estate of Alfred Oerter. Max Muller lican nominee for sheriff, were in Ash Sunday for Sacramento to attend the speech was devoted to the Philippines.
Eggs for setting at $1.60 for 13, or) $3.00
He asserted that Great Britain and the
Stop 30 Minutes for Meals
Estate of Ubas W Harper. Inventory of land Tuesday shaking hands with the rose carnival.
United States were now engaged in the burg for some time, arrived in Ashland
appraisement, showing real aud pe^sonsl
Our line of hats, both men and boys, same scheme of subjugation of peoples Tuesday on a ten days visit. Charley
property to the value of about >500, ap
There was a reception given in honor is complete in every detail. Miller A that aspired to be free. The Filipinos went to Klamath Falls.
Call and see me when you are in need of
were our allies in honor and good faith
Judge and Mrs. J. R. Neil visited Ash.
Estate of Henry Blecher Geo Walters of 8. Blumauer, grand president of the Bartges.
any property of any description, either to
appointed administrator aud D Linn, H A
Dr. J. W. Strange of Forest Grove has
rent or bu*.
president of the N. D O., by P. P. Prim been visiting his brother, Rev. F. G. treated them as we are pledged to treat lecture Tuesday.
Beaten and Max Muller appraisers.
I have ranches for sale in every part of
Cabin of Jacksonville last evening at the Strange. He thinks of opening dental Cuba, the name of America would have
Central Point and Eagle Point play
been venerated in terms of love by them
bmall acreagas of fruit land near town
parlors in Ashland.
baseball for $50 at former place May let,
and land in bearing fruit, any number of
A full liue of patterns and spring
Mrs. A. H. Lowe, T. C. Lowe and
Lindsey Sisemore arrived from Klam back there years afterward they would
acres, large or small.
styles of Ladies and .Hisses costumes, Misses Edith and Bertha Lowe, mother, ath
county Tuesday en route to Sams
I have severabhouses to sell in the city;
Vaupel, Norrie & Drake have received
tailor made. Inspection of thia depart br ther and sisters of Victor Lowe, the Valley from Pelton Bros, etock ranch have treated them as we did the immor
prices to suit the times.
tal Lafayette. In the discussion of otjr‘ he finest lot of men's summer hats put
H. BOIVIN, Manager.
ment is invited. Close attention paid to druggist at Sherwin’s, visited him this
course in those islands he was at times On exhibition in Ashland. Cali and see
HOU&E8 TO KENT.
tiie wishes of patrons. Don’t fail to see week while en route to their future and range near Bly.
Eugene Berry has been added to the humorous and pathetic catching the them; prices can’t be beat.
these beautiful samples and get prices home at Los Angeles from Drain.
MONEY TO LOAN .
COR. MAIN AND CHURCH 8TREET
before you buy. If I cannot save money
bicycle causalities. He took a header strings of the best emotions of his audi
INSURANCE A SPECIALTY.
For Sale—A 4-room house aud two near the Methodist church and is nurs tors. His sarcasm on the “manifest
for my patrons I do not ask for their
lots on 7th street, railroad addition, for ing a fractured collar bone.
destiny” justification and the presidents
D. A llen , Sales Agent.
Here are a few of my bargains:
act of God theory of our presence in the a visit with relatives in the state of
The Wanamaker Agency, DePeatt $750. Call at place or address J. A.
Elders Stoney and Sant, of the Church Philippines was severe. He thought Nevada.
Dawson, Ashland. Or.
acres of good fruit land, three acres
of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, will that God would have given a complete
PORTLAND PRICES in Ten
Conductor Ed. Billings and Miss Kate
Shop is now open.
hold religious services at Granite Hall title and then too he did not think G< d
tract, three acres in fruit, good
The high school A class entertainment gon has sent to Los Angeles for a bunch next Sunday afternoon at 2:30
Sharkey of Roseburg were married last
...12c house, bam, etc., running water, for $500.
would have waited six thousand years night and were on this mornings train Granola.........................
Nothing but First - Class
Friday eveuiug was well attended. The of
Another ten acre tract, some fruit, two
Belgian hare does bred to different
J. H. Briggs, the mining expert, re for McKinley to go over there and shoot for southern Califarnia.
leading feature was a farce comedy per bucks
Work turned out,
and will raise Belgiau hares in turned home to Ashland yesterday from hie gospel into the little brown man
formance, the actors being Misses Fran
These are within a mile and a half of
to serve them for Sunday din a month’s absence at Baker City, Sump He thought it possible the people who
John Hall was convicted of assault in Whole Wheat Wafers .
ces Williams, Mattie Kiucaid Delia Ashland
ners. They breed rapidly and excel ter and Portland on a mining deal.
Two miles from town, ten acres, entirely
justified the war on the Filipinos had the circuit court at Grants Pass last week
Willite, and Chau. Watson, Blaine Klum, ’ chicken
...15c unimproved, $200
gotten hold of the Koran instead of the in beating up Conductor Ed. Tynan with Graham Wafers..........
James Spencer, John Mattern aud Ralph
Members of the A. H. S. Alumni are Bible for the former in terms justified a pistol.
Hotel property in town, for salefor$4000. WlLI.tSM VOX.
16 Stamp Fotos for 25c. for a few days
Bacon, who acquitted themselves hand
it whereas the latter condemmed it.
somely. A light banquet was served I ' only, by J. W. Sandison, over Reeser’s
from Medford. $4500.
School Building Wednesday, May 2,1900,
Whole Wheat Zwiback
after the progiam.
Call and see me tn regard to any of the
at 8 o’clock. By Order of President.
Bud H imltn Gues to Pen.
above, and if they do not suit, I have a
Mrs. Newman Moon returned to Klam-
These are the celebrated Battle large list from which yon might choose
E. D. Briggs has sold the stock of
i athon yesterday, Mr M. remaining at
A. J. (Bud) Hamlin has withdrawn
Creek Sanitarium Foods.
GEO. W. TREFKEN.
Gold Hill until his brother, Geo. Moon goods of the Fair Store to Mrs. H. E. his $2000 bond and appeal to supreme MATHEW 8TEWART.
of Gold HU
Main Street, Near Bridge.
of Idaho, arrives. His sister Martha, Brown, recently from Iowa She Will court for reversal of decision in the case W, A. CARTER..............
who was recently married to a gentle open a store in the Gillette block.
where lie was convicted by the jury and N.L.
Our Prices ou
man named Snipes, is expected this
Mrs. James Thornton is recovering
week from La Grande.
from her illness.
Sheridan Thornton tiary for shooting Ed. Armstrong. THOS. RILEY.................... of Eagle Point
Staple Groceries Continue
and Truck Transfer
Bargains! Bargains in hardware, tin returned to Klamathon yesterday and Sheriff Orme takes him to Salem this
as Low as ever.
ware, stoves. Closing out for the next 0. A. Thornton left last night for Astoria. week.
—— All klnfis of freight, baggage
I thirty days for cash only. Give me a
Dan Chapman has been badly laid out
hmsabold gdbis.Stc.. trAMler-
The Shorty-Hope Mining and Milling
call and be convinced. Store and flat with la grippe. The democratic pri
•fl «nth prott$tneM And stftty.
PETER APPLEGATE.... of Central Point
ores for rent. B. F. Reeser.
HtaBfeg on s large scale tan-
maries Saturday looked very lonesome Island City, N. Y., April 27tn, to con Sheriff—
trthWU for, • • * i
.of Foots Creek
M. Purdin, D. T. Sears, Will Isaacs, without the presence of the old war sider a resolution to increase the capital ALEX ORME ...
John Gainey, Rev. F. W. Moore, E. B.
stock of corporation from $40,000 to $100.
Pickel and wife, Miss Lillie Gregory,
New Home, Domestic, White and Cli 000, and the par value of each share MAX MULLER.................. of Jacksonville
Mis« Mollie Barneburg, D. G. Karns, W. max sewing machines sold at very low shall be reduced to $1 per share.
—-IC1 far SKAtaY—
P. H. DAILY............................ of Gold Hill
E. Phipps, J. M. Keene and others a ere prices. See J. P. Dodge.
WIL handle ice la Ashland «Riling tfls
up from Medford Tuesday evening to
A minister in Atlanta, Ga., denounced
E D. Briggs, republican nominee for
of Rock Point
J. O. PENDLETON
summer season. Delivered at yffUr door
bear Gov. Bob. Taylor.
joint representative with Douglas county, the mayor of the city as a “cooiessed
Stamp Fotos 16 for 25cts by J. W. went to Roseburg last night to interview gambler,” a libertine a sot and a dis- GABL^JONES....................... of Medford
CKhMOHfl atUWW TOtnyyínüT
Sandiaon, stamp artist, over jtWtar’s ids prob^jy constituents in that end of glace toyhe city . t This pomes almighty
Clothing, Boots & Shoes.
WM. YEO & CO.
Twenty-Five Bead of Pore Bred Hereford Bulls.
VAUPEL, NORRIS & DRAKE.
ASHLAND MEAT CO.
General Dealers in Live Stock and
Dressed Meats of All Kinds.
THE LARGEST and BEST-J"
EDENBOWER POULTRY YARDS
GEO. W. TBEEREN
ASHLAND. . .
IN THE LEAD !
FOX & HILDRETH,
BwM W jNttfg pftWUh
Ashland Grò. Co. I