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Rich Strike on Wagner Creek.
For School Superintendent....
Another rich strike in quartz mining
P. H. DAILEY,
has been made on Wagner creek at the
L. L. Jacobs, the peoples favorite for “Growler” ledge of Parker, Shupe &
of Gold Hill.
county clerk, is a native son of Iowa, Corbett, four miles eouthwest of Ash
having been born in that state on the____
land, and in the neighborhood
|| £ |<OW becoming the new clothes are when
13th of January, 1862. When quite Ashland mine and °the Shorty-Hope
¡1 3 S they see you in one of Hart Schaffner
young he removed with his parents to mine. Two specimens of the new dis-
Oregon landing in Yamhill county after covery go $10 and $25 respectfully and
& Marx ready-tailored suits or top coats,
a six month’« trip across the plains. In the ore averages $50 per ton. They have For Assessor....
1867 the family came to Rogne River prospected the “Growler” at different
and you’ll have the inward satisfaction of know
J. C. PENDLETON,
Valley and located at Ashland. Here points for several years and had ore
ing you wear the best that money can buy. The
L. L. grew to manhood and saw Ash from other points milled with encourag
of Table Rock.
IN GROCERY DEPARTMENT a Fine
land grow from a village of a few scatter ing results. The present strike was
H. S. & M. suits are guaranteed. ~ ... —
ing houses to a thriving and pretentious made near the shaft they sunk the past
Line of Fresh Clean Goods
Up to Date Goods.
young city. Lee has a host of friends winter, It is a permanent vein 25 inch
Regular Republican Nominee.
THE BEST TAILOR CANT BEAT
in the Granite city who are working es wide at the surface and the property
hard for his election. During the time is expected to prove a valuable mine.
THE HT, AND AT
T. O. Andrews was superintendent of
OUR PRICES THEY’RE AS EASY TO
the Ashland Woolen factory he held a
position in that institution. He mould
BUY AS HALF THE COMMONPLACE,
A full line of' patterns and spring
WM. 8TORM .
J. L. THORNTON.
ed a large part of the brick that went
A. F. HUNT.
into the Masonic building, which was styles of Ladies and Misses costumes,
erected by his father and others. His
father, A. S. Jacobs, having been elect ment is invited. Close attention paid to
that has neither style, shape nor good workman*
Regular Republican Nominee.
ed sheriff of the county in 1882, Lee the wishes of patrons. Don’t fail to see
ship to recommend it
went to the county seat with the family
and has lived there ever since. He is a before you buy. If I cannot save money For Shentt........
son-in-law of Hon. Robt. Cameron, an for my patrons I do not ask for their
• D. A llen , Sales Agent.
old pioneer of the county. He is now patronage.
HART, SCHAFFNER * MARX.
The Wanamaker Agency, DePeatt
of Foots Creek.
held the position for several years. He
is an active member of the A. F. & A. M.,
Death of Geo. Hines.
I. O. O. F. and A. O. U. W. of that city.
George Hines, proprietor of the Union
Two years ago he was elected county
treasurer over Dr. J. W. Robinson, a Livery stable, died at hie home in Jack
very popular man, by a plurality of 103 sonville Monday night, after a short ill For County Treasurer........
votes. In the conduct of the treasurer’s ness of acute pneumonia, aged 47 years.
lie has proven a trustworthy cue » Mr. Hines was born in Washington
county, and received his education at
todian of the county’s finances.
In his campaign for the office of county the Forest Grove schools. He was a suc
clerk he has made a vigorous, honest cessfull business man, and had the confi
Regular Republican Nominee.
and gentlemanly canvass. Mr. Jacobs dence of all who knew him. He was a
is a pleasant gentleman to meet, and member of town council, Workman
leaves a favorable impression with ac lodge, P. P. Prim Cabin of Native Sons,
quaintances, old and new. Lee Jacobs and the Artisans. He leaves a wife and For School superintendent....
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Death of Grandma Walrad.
is known to the people in every nook three children.
G. A. GREGORY,
Jane H. Walrad, whose maiden name
and corner of Jackson county. The
Hon. O. Mingus Passes Away.
was Mullen, was born in the State of
people bold him in high esteem as a
New YorK, Jan. 31,1823, and departed
Carpets at Vaupel, Norris & Drake’s , man among men and cherish bis friend
Hon. Conrad Mingus, a highly es
The people know that bis qualifi teemed pioneer citizen of this coast,
ASHLAND. Or....Thursday, May 31. 1900 this life Monday, May 28th, 1900. The
Mrs. C. H. Pierce visited Ashland ship.
deceased became a Christian in child
cations for the office are perfect in every died Friday at his home in Ashland,
All Kinds of Evaporated Fruits. Canned Fruits | Extra
hood and united with the Methodist
detail and know also that as an officer after an illness of some time. He was Present Incumbent.
Standards. Our Canned Tomatoes are the Best.
Episcopal Church, and remained a faith
Mannie Smith returned from Portland ] he will at all times discharge his duties aged <8 years and 19 days and leaves a
] honestly and faithfully to the best of his wife, formerly Miss Lavina Dollarhide
E. E. Smith (Ex Deputy Sheriff» of Big ful member until death. She was united Monday night.
and to the best interests of the and four children, Dr. Everett Mingus For Representative....
Butte country was in town Tuesday look j in marriage to Father Walrad, her aged
Summer hats at Vaupel, Norris & ability
and bereaved hueband, in her twentieth Drake’s.
of Coos county, Farnk M. Mingus of
I year in the state of Illinois; thus they
Denver, Idaho, and Misses Clara and
E M Leever of Ft. Klamath came in have lived together for fifty-eight years.
W. A. CARTER,
Attorney 8. 8. Pentz was up from
Monday after supplies and to see his sick She came to her grave in a full age,“ like Medford yesterday.
Hon". S. H. Holt, the regular people’s Daisy Mingus of this city. Mr. Mingus
mother, Mrs. W. T Leever.
of Gold Hill.
candidate for county judge of was a splendid citizen and had the con
as a shock of corn cometh in his season,”
Applegate defeated Jacksonville—21 to Jackson
is a man whose fidelity fidence of all. At one time he repre
J. O. Briscoe and wife of Trail ceek was aged 77 years, 4 months and 27 days. 18—in baseball Friday.
j to principle can not be questioned and sented Jackson county in the house of
in our city a few days ago trading with our They came to Oregon in 1861, leaving
who, if elected, will be an upright and representatives. He was born and
Sycamore, DeKalb county, Ill., on March
Regular Republican Nominee.
honorable judge, always careful of the raised in North Carolina, and came
A S. Jacobs and wife attended the funeral 28th of that year, and taking more than
best interests of the people of the county
of Mrs. Walrad in Ashland Wednesday.
five months to make the long journey
Have you seen those good stamp pic and
his decisions would be impartial, and to this county in 1868. The funeral For Joint Representative....
Prof. Van Scoy of the Ashland normal across the plains Arriving in Oregon tures at Camps?
by the good sense for took place Sunday afternoon from the
Jackson and Douglas.
school attended the graduating exercises 1 they settled temporarily on Emigrant
WHAT DOES THIS INDIC ATE ?—That
is justly credited. 8. Mingus residence. Rev. F. G. Strange
in this place last Friday evening
’ creek, near Wagner’s Soda Springs, and
county judge, came up yesterday.
H. Holt is a Tennesseean by birth and conducting the services at the home and
The graduating exercises held in the
farmer by occupation. He served the Ashland Lodge No. 23, A. F. & A. M.,
Brick ball l»st Friday were well attended | lived for two years, after which they
Mrs. Susie Neil of Jacksonville is visit- a ‘ United
States in the army for nearly conducting the services at the grave in
and were a success and speak well for Prof. moveti to Salem. They made their ing relatives at Vancouver, Wash.
Stocking. There were some five or six home at the capital city for nearly three
Miss Julia Taylor, the teacher, left being the only Grand Army man nomin
___ _ when they returned to Jackson
YOUR HOME DRUGGIST,
Twenty-one Co-Operative Secret
• . home - in j Friday for her home at Philomath.
i ated for an office in this county to be
A. E. Reames, candidate for district at- county
and " * have made
torney, delivered the oration for the G. A., i Ashland for the past thirty years. She
C. F Blundell of Canvonville was regis
Holt came to Oregon in 1881, and set
A gentleman took the pains to dig up
R. on the 30th, in the M. E. church, to a leaves to mourn, a husband, three broth tered at the Ashland flouse Friday.
tling in Jackson county, has ever since the fraternial and beneficial secret so
ers and ono sister: John ' V. Mullen of
The people of Central Point are expect Jacksonville, Philip Mullen of Ashland,
ing a larg-* crowd on June 2d at the M E. and Harper Mullen of Sycamore, Ill., Tuesday from a trip to Umatilla county. interests of the people. He left the re the list :
publican party after its infamous Hayes
campground (near here) to bear General and Almira McDonough of David Junct
Ash'and Lodge No 23, *. F. & A. M.
Josephine county has 2071 registered,
J. L. BATCHELOR
EGGS FOR HATCHING
Weaver of Iowa speak.
ion, Ill. Besides, she was the mother of as against 1800 votes cast two years ago. campaign and joined the reform move Siskiyou Chapter No 21,R. A M.
ment, helped organize the greenback
Malta Commandery No. 4. K. T,
J. H. BEEMAN.......
of Gold Hill
W. J Stanley of Ashland, arrived in this three children, two of whom survive:
Alpha Chapter No. 1. O. E 8.
Miss Janet Wilson has returned to party, helped organize the first alliance
place Monday night, tha guest of bis Mrs. Alice Tally, who lives here in Ash
Ashland Lodge No. 66. A O. U. W.
mother-in-law, .Mrs. Ross, and went on to land, Ann Eliza Lane, now deceased, Medford from a visit with Miss Jessie in Jackson county and has served as
Manzanita Lodge No. 45. D. of H.
president of the county alliance, also of
Woodville Tuesday morning
the mother of Clarence Lane of this city Short.
Ashland Lodge No. 45, 1. O. O. F.
Candidates are numerous in this part of and Mrs. Ida Hilt, of Coles, Cal , and
Hope Rebecca Lodge No. 14, I. O. O. F.
Miss L. M. 8anber, the teacher of term, and member of state board of
BREEDER OF HIGH-CLASS POULTRY.
Pilot Rock Encampment No.16.1. G. O. F. W. H. BRUNK....
the county. They seem to be a scared, lot I Eugene Walrad also of this city. She Salem, took Friday’s stage for Klamath
.. .of Ashland
agriculture for eight years. He was
Burnside Post No. 23, G. A. R.
of fellows; none are right sure of election. leaves also ten grandchildren who county.
also for a time one of the trustees of the
Have mated three grand pen« of Barred P. Rocks.
Burnside Corps No. 24, W, R. C.
Prof. Narregan was in town Monday will all miss “grandma”,that know she
"V'y eggs, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00, pr 13. S. C. B. Leghorn«
W. H. Mowat and J. N. Smith spent Oregon state soldiers’ home. Owing to Granite Lodge No. 23, K. of P.
evening looking after his political fences, has gone from the earthly home to the
Endowment Bank No. 4593, K. of P.
much sickness in his family and the
end Black Minorca«, $1.00, pr 13. Black Langaban,
which are in ba 1 shape here. He thinks heavenly. The beautiful home circle of Sunday at Galice creek, Josephine death
of his wife, Mr. Holt has suffered Granite Tent, No. 4. K C. T. M.
1 set, $1.00, 2 set, $1.50. My birds only lacked one
he ha- not been treated right by his repub which she was the charm, where these county.
Margaret Hive No. 22. L. of M.
point at Oregon State Show of being aa good as
lican brethren. It does seem bard to vote aged servants of God were peacefully
W. K. Price was up from Tolo the
Mahogany Gamp No. 6565, Modern Wood
against a man for no other reason only on passing the evening time of life, has first of the week plugging for some pet and is a poor man. His honesty and in men.
ZECZRTTSZE, Roeeburg, Oregon.
tegrity, however, are recognized by the
account of bis location
been broken. Never was there a better, candidates.
Acorn Circle No 54, Women of Wood
people, and his logical mind commends craft.
MARTIN McDONOUGH.. .of Gold Hill
Quite a number of the democratic candi more solicitous, self-sacrificing mother,
Wm. C. Deniff was up from Jackson him to them for the office to which he
Ashland Camp 243, Woodmen of tne
dates attended the speaking here Tuesday or a more devoted wife. She made
evening W. J. 8 tan ley of Ashland, J. H. home sweet and delightful to husband, ville Tuesday and yesterday doing some aspires.
J. H. GAY............... .of Central Point
Beeman of Gold Hill and A. E Kearnes children and grandchildren.
made speeches. The attendance was fair. never demonstrative, yet her Christian
W. O. Marks, the democratic nominee America
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hitchcock went
Native Daughters of Oregon, Jane Mc Coroner—
All seemed to appreciate what was said. life was deep and genuine and sustained
D r . J. E. SHEARER
Albert Abrahams of Roseburg was not
on any of the party tickets this year. A
Fraternal Union of America.
present as was expected owing to train her amid all the trials and difficulties goes in a few days.
native son of Oregon, 24 yrs. of age,
that she had to meet. Her trust in her
being three hours behind.
Miss Ora Adkins, who has been spend there is involved in his candidency the
L, 8. TREFREN.......
Savior was so firm that she had great
peace and constant joy. Her husband, ing the winter in San Francisco, returned principle of the employment of young
men in office which should bring to his
M. G. Wilkins, Deputy Grand Master of far advanced in life, lingers in loneliness to Medford Tuesday.
GEO. P. LINDLEY.............. oi Medford
the A. O. U. W is visiting here and look but greatly comforted with the hope of
An elegant stock of spring and sum support in the ensuing election the
ing up the interests of the local lodge.
a sweet reunion in the near future. mer goods have arrived at Vaupel, young men of the county generally.
The nomination came to Mr. Marks
Judge Benson. A. S. Hammond and C. “Let not your hearts be troubled, ye be Norris & Drake’s.
A. STOCKING....... of Central Point
without his seeking and was accepted by
B. Watson returned last Friday frem lieve in God believe also in me. In my
Herbert Hanna, who is attending St. him under conditions which ought to
Lakeview. They were all loosers in the Father’s house are many mansions; if Mary
’s College, San Francisco, returned insure him the vote of every democrat.
“About two miles from Vassar, Mich.,
it were not so I would have told you
to Jacksonville Monday.
He is one of the young voters who rallied where I keep a drug store, lives Mrs. T. M. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET.
Hon. J. N. Williamson candidate for I go to prepare a place for you and if 1
She was very
Geo. P. Lindley of Medford, demo to Bryan and he should have the support Bratt. and
Write for Catalogue and Prices.
joint senator in this district, was here this go and prepare a place for you I will
come again and receive you unto myself, cratic nominee for county commissioner, of every Bryan populist. By reason of sick
week shaking hands with the people.
his personal qualities and his well known I watched her case
W. A. Massingill, '!eo. H. Ayers and H. that where I am, there ye may be also.” was in Ashland Friday.
W. A. CARTER...........
of Gold Hill
special fitness for the office of recorder
C. Rothe, leading nwhants of Lakeview
L. A. Sackett of Portland, is visiting he will draw a large independent, con with interest after
QLIVER S. .BROWN
she began taking
passed through here Thusday eve., on I Dr. Everett Mingus was called home his brother-in-law, Mayor W. B Colton,
servative vote, a fact which should be of Acker’s English
N. L. NARREGAN.................. of Medford
their way to San Fxancisco, to purchase a to be at the death of his father, the late and other old Ashland friends.
the greatest encouragement to his politi Remedy for Con
new a’oek of goods, and fix up their in Hon. C. Mingus. He is physician for '
surance business after the big fire.
the Beaver Hill Coal Co. in Coos county
E. L. Led batter went to Salem Tues cal friends on election day. As an sumption,
THOS. RILEY .................. of Eagle*Point
morning to take the supreme court
A large and enthusiastic audience filled and state health officer at Marshfield, day
the Court House Saturday eveningto hear
examination for admittance to the bar. Iron Works for some five years, he has its wonderful
GUS NEWBURY. .
a record with his employers and their cures. Well,
the political issues discussed from a repub Maude Patterson returned yesterday
Oregon. Mrs. Bush, I’ropr, j £Xl.nd?°Oregoa
Prof. N. L. Narregan of Medford, re patrons for fidelity, industry, and pains sir,' perhaps
lican standpoint. The speakers were:
Hon. C. B. Watson, J. W. Hamaker and from the State Christian Endeavor con publican nominee for county judge, was taking care in all the important duties you will
PETER APPLEGATE . ..of Central Point
H. F. Murdoch who promulgated the vention at Albany. Mrs. Ella Rice was interviewing
Ashland friends yesterday. allotted to him. If elected he will be doubt it, but
Mining Law a Specialty.
doctrines of republicanism to a queens elected vice-president of the state asso
• • •
a Ä Hour«,
one of tho most popular and efficient of
Jackson county’s officials and the hearty on that remedy. In a very short time the
Friday and Saturday en support of Ashland, his home town will
The rush for timber land has again re
Miss Blanche Oliver of this city, Jacksonville
cough stopped, her lungs were healed up, MAX MULLER................ of Jacksonville E. A. Hildreth. Jr.
J. P. Sayle
vived. A parly of thirteen passed through daughter of Mrs. R. M. Foster, and W. route home to Portland from Lakeview make that election a certainty.
the soreness went away, and she began tak
Lunches Put Up
here Monday en route to Lakeview to tile E. Williamson, the Ashland-Portland
ing on flesh. She herself said: ‘Mr. Bullard,
Mrs. Grant Mathews and children of
on claims in the Wood River precinct.
The following named persons were among railway postal clerk, are to be married Gold Hill vieited her husband in Aeh- ital out of the fact that L. A. Stocking, It is a certain cure.’ In Mrs. Bratt’s
tne unluckv number; Miss A. R. La June 4th Formal announcement was land the past week. They will move
the democratic candidate for school su ne:gliborhood her recovery has occasioned J.C. PENDLETON
Flesh. Juo. b Miner. W. K. Parshall, J made in the Episcopal church Sunday. here soon.
of Rock Point
All Passengers Trains
perintendent, is a new comer. He came stand. Her case was one where everybody
M Miner. A. C. Davis and I). Blackmore
Mrs. B. R. Stevens, who was called here from Douglas county, where he thought it was only a question of a little
of Klamathon, Cal . J. W. Denning and indigest'on and constipation. A delightful
Stop 30 Minutes tor Meals
A. Horn of Hornbrook, Cal., B. F. O’Brien herb drink. Removes alt eruptions of the hereby the death of her mother, Mrs. taught several terms, with the full in while until she would die. I feel it a duty GAEL T. JONES .
of Berwick. Cal.
tention of making his home in Jackson as a druggist to write this letter, so that there
skin, producing a perfect complexion, or
of Medford FREIGHT AND
county, and will remain, under any and need be no more deaths from consumption.” G. B. COLE........
money refunded. 25cts. and 50 cts. Shasta Sunday.
Dev-orated «he Grave«.
E ugene A. S herwin .
Mrs. A. L. Ferguson and children re
The Memorial day exercises in Ash
educated and capable gentleman.
J. D. Williams of Soda Springs re turned yesterday io Medford after visit highly
Sold at 25c., 50c. and $1 a bottle, throughout
land yesterday were witnessed by a large
turnout. The program was carried out turned Tuesday from Portland where he Eaton in Ashland.
Point school is highly spoken of by those the United States and Canada; and in Eng
Wood For Sale.
as announced in last week’s paper.
in a position to judge, and is ample
Max Muller, republican nominee for proof that he is the proper man for the satisfied after buying, return the bottle to
The following graves of soldiers were nose. It is supposed to be a rare dis
Ice Delivered Daily in Season
your druggist, and get your money back,
county treasurer, and J. E. Enyart of
how io treat. However, it is not con Medford, attended the funeral of the late position to which he aspires.
We authorize the above guarantee.
Hargadine cemeterv—D Baer. J Behme.
C. Mingus Sunday.
W. H. HOOKER & CO., Proprietors, New York,
A Carr, J K Brown, M Rote. B Rodgers. sidered dangerous.
H. BOIVIN, Manager.
Jas Morris J Mil's. F McHattan, J Fletcher,
S. H. Holt will arrive in the county
White Plymouth Rock Pullets
Rev. R. Fysh of Klamath Agency, who
son C ounty :
A Baker. J no Mills. J Martin
today with Ex-Congressman Howard of took ten Indian boys to the Carlisle,
Ashland cemeterv—J M McCall. D B Alabama. Mr. Holt was expected home
I would be glad to meet every citizen For County Ricordar....
Nini ng er Block,
Penn., school, arrived in Ashland yester
and Cockerels for Sale!
COR. MAIN AND CHURCH STREET
Rice. W 1-ee. W Graham. J Stephens, J soon
the county if time and opportunity
day en route home.
Laughlin. J Houck, T Smith. W Hart. H
E Slocum, J Townsend, M Dodge. Spanish
Eggs for setting at $1.50 for 13, or} $3.00
W. W. Kentnor has returned from as much as my time is fully occupied in
American War Veterans—H Applegate, L after arriving in Portland accompanied
attending to my work as principal of the
High. Jay Taylor. J M Gregory.
Howard down the line. Being expected
Geo. K. Wentworth,
Talent (Jemetery— E G Packbard. R Har almost at any time his son and friends He was honored with the position of Medford schools, which will not close
Call and see his new stock of Fine
grave, J Holden, Ira Chandler, N Allen, did not let him know of the local situ grand outside eentinel.
until June 8th, and with a graduating
Shop is now open.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, etp.
F Gifford. ________
ation turning up in such a way that
John Crosby, Talent; Ella Anderton,
Nothing but First - Class
hundreds of voters not populists were Phoenix ; and Grace Jones, Ashland, re another. As it is impossible for me to
Watches aad Clocks Repaired.
Joseph Perry, a well-known young trying
turned Monday night from the deaf and
man of Sams Valley and brother of Coun
fute the campaign lies that have been
ty Commissioner Martin Perry,and Miss
Mrs. A. E. Kinuey and Mrs. Ella Mills dumb school at Salem.
brought to my notice. It is reported
Rachel Nichole, an estimable youug went to Salem Monday to visit relatives.
Hon. »V. M. Colvig will leave next that I am surrounded by a disgraceful
You Can Afford to Keep Clean
lady with many friends and admirers in
C. B. Watson arrived Monday from Saturday for Sioux Falls, S. D., to repre political ring. I most emphatically
LAW, LAND & LOAN OFFICE
thia part of the valley, were married at Lake
sent Oregon in the annual meeting of deny that I am surrounded by any dis
and Klamath counties.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Myer in
the supreme lodge of the A. O. U. W.
graceful or corrupt political ring; that
Dr. L. W. Harris of Eugene, chair
Ashland Sunday, Rev. A M. Russell of
if You Buy Your SOAP
any ring is pledged to my support or that
ficiating. They left the same day fortheir man of the republican congressional
C. D. McDonald, foreman of the Ash I am under any obligation to any ring,
future home at Gold Hill. Among those district campaign committee, was in Ash land mine, left Friday for Josephine and man or men other than the republican
present at the wedding were the follow land Friday.
Douglas counties, to examine properties party and its principles.
ing: Mr. and Mrs Mver, Mr. and Mrs.
P. II. Daily, republican nominee for
It is also reported that if elected I will
C. C- McClendon, Mrs. G. F. Billings, school superintendent, came up from
Misses Cora Gall, Sylvia Taylor. Ninth Gold Hill Monday to interview the
DONE CHEAP FOR THE NEXT
McClendon, Della and Orpha Mitchell,
Orders by mail or Call and see tne when you are in need of
he is prosecuting his campaign with en- Upper Rogue river bridge and have en
Messrs. W. C. Myer, Roy Hargrave, El voters in this section.
express receive any property of any description, either to
Silas J. Day, Chris Ulrich and Miss i thusiasm and favorable prospects of suc
lis Gall, Geo. McClendon, Homer Bil
W. W. FORDNEY,
Kate Lemberger have returned, to Jack
lings, Rev. A. M. Rnssell.
terms C ash at rentorbuv.
I have ranches for sale in every part of
sonville from the Astoria meeting of the
J. R. Rummel, wife and children, who starting them lied maliciously and in or P. 0. Box 86.
Jackson county; fine land and low prices.
Gen. James B. Weaver speaks at i I. O. O. F. grand lodge.
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. tentionally.
Small acreagas of fruit land near town
Central Point Saturday afternoon and
and One Ten-Cent Cake of TAR SOAP TIMBER LAND ACT, JUNE 3. 1878.- and land in bearing fruit, any number of
J. W. Bybee of Jacksonville has re Cooke and Mr. and Mrs. C. Heggins on
If by your suffrage I am elected county
at Medford Saturday evening.
acres, large or small.
FREE with every Seven Bare.
turned to Alaska to work for E. B. Han Neil creek, have returned to Scott Val judge, my business will be your business,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
1 bave several bouses to sell in the city;
NITED STATES LAND OFFICE. prices to suit the times.
San Francisco finally quarantined
Dr. J. S. Herndon’s office on Harga-
Roseburg. Oregon. May 18, 1900,
Chinatown Tuesday against the Bubonic dine street was destroyed by fire about I am not, nor will be influenced or con
Notice is hereby given that in compliance H0U&E8 TO RENT.
HAY—FIELDER—In Yreka, May 24, plague.
with the provisions of the act of Congress
midnight Thursday Nothing was saved. trolled by any man, men or ring, and I
MONEY TO LOAN.
19ÖÖ, by Rev. O. Parker, William
of June 3, 1878, entitled “An act for the
The total loss was $1000 with insurance have made but one promise and that is
1N8U RANCE A SPECIALTY,
Jefferson Hay and Miss Alvira Della
sale of timber lands in the States of Califor
to do and work for the highest and best
Grants Pass Tuesday
nia, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Ter Here are a few of my bargatns:
Fielder, both of Leland, Oregon.
interest of every part of the county
Father Edward Donnelly left yester without favor and to use every honest
ritory,” Cora L. Snell of Medford, county
Miss Daisy Mingus left yesterday for
Ten acres of good fruit land, three acres
of Jackson, state of Oregon, has this day
Marshfield, Coos county, to visit her day en route for New York and Provi endeavor to lower the county debt and
filed in this office her sworn statement No. in fruit, $450.
brother there for some time.
reduce the rate of taxation.
Six acre tract, three acres in fruit, good
1042, for the purchase of thenw
raised. He will be absent two months
house, bam, etc., running water, for $500.
A. P. L. Smith of London, England, is on a vacation.
Another ten acre tract, some fruit, two
N. L. N arregan .
in Township No. 40 s. Range 3 e, and will
in eastern Oregon looking after business
offer proof to show tnat the land sought is small houses, $400.
interests and will soon oe the guest of
These are within a mile and a half of
more valuable for its timber or stone than
Sanni* Bell Lady Smilk
Miss Jane Hibbard, thq musician of
his brother, E. A. Leeaton Smith, in and
for agricultural purposes, and to establish Ashland.
her claim to said land before the Register Two miles from town, ten acres, entirely
at the latter place and took the night
atd Receiver of this office at Roseburg. unimproved, $200.
Mrs. J. Franzen and daughters left train for Roseburg, their future home. Ashland Saturday at 2 o’clock p. m. and
Hotel properly in town, for sale for >4000.
Oregon, on Monday, the 13'h day of Ang-
for Portland Monday.
One hundred acres line valley land, two
The English army is about at Pretoria.
She names as witnesses: A. S. Bliton of miles from Medford, $4500.
Fred A. Bow ker and family of Sisson
From the best imported blood. Our
Call and see me tn regard to any of the
Medford, Oregon; Wm. D. Love of Med
It is reported today that President Congress,” will speak in Ashland Satur Pedigrees contain Yukon, Lord Briton,
have moved to Ashland.
ford, Oregon; J. J. Houser of Medford, above, and if they do not suit. I have •
Kruger, at his advanced age not desiring day at 7:30 p m. Both are southern Sir Styles, Banbury, Commodore, Na
Oregon; Minnie Love of Medford, Oregon. large list from which yon might choose
Mrs. A. M. Russell and daughters, to spend his remaining days in the Brit populists and are considered good speak-
and Unicorn. I am prepared to
Any and all persons claiming adversely
GEO. W. TREFREN.
Mrs Jeuks of Willows. Cal., and Miss ish prison at St. Helena, left the Trans . era. Howard is a fine orator and poleon
furnish a limited number of tip top
the above-desenbed lands are requested to Main Street, Near Bridge.
Emma, from Napa, arrived at 2:30 Wed vaal and got on board a steamer at Del- statesman.
Ashland, O k
hie their claims in this office on or before
Osbourne speaks at city hall and How exhibition specimens.
At stud : Mv choice imported buck,
ard at Chautauqua.
I can and will save you money on sew
Albert Abraham, of Roseburg, demo
LORD ROBERTS. Fee $5.
machines. A visit to qnr store wilt
cratic nominee for joint representative
Candidates are numerous everywhere.
convince you of this tact. Opsra Houie
for Jackson and Douglas counties, who
W. H. SMITH, Prep.,
John Grieve, regular people’s party
COTTRELL—In Ashland, May 28, 1900, is canvassing thia end of hh district, was
nominee for aanator, la In town.
en» ran«*, emtr. Telephons 43.
to Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Cottrell, a eon. in Ashland Tuesday.
PjjPUR FRIENDS WILL TELL YOU ..
Clothing, Boots & Shoes.
WM. YEO & CO.
ASHLAND MEAT CO.
General Dealers in Live Stock and
Dressed Meats of All Kinds.
VAUPEL, NORRIS & DRAKE.
SELL : GREEN
Our Business Has Increased
QUALITY MAINTAINS PRESTIGS
EUGENE A. SHERWIN, ashland , ore
EDENBOWER POULTRY YARDS
Saved Her Life
. . . ASHLAND
GEO. W. TBEFREN