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Advertising Rates Given on Application.
Helman's Natatorium Opened.
The Absolutely Pure
B a K i ng -P owder
is the baking powder "of general
use, its sale exceeding that of all
other baking powders combined, j
Royal Baking Powder has not
its counterpart at home or abroad.
Its qualities, which make the bread
more healthful and the cake of finer
appearance and flavor, are peculiar
to itself and are not constituent
in other leavening agents.
Grant Helman has opened his new
natatorium and baths at the white sul
phur springs in Helman’s field, the
water’s of which have a wide and popu
lar reputation as affording the finest and
cleanest bath of any waters on earth.
The new building covering the swim
ming rink is 40x95 feet running around
on the side are 30 neat dressing roome,
and a lunch room 16x24 feet. The rink
is 30 feet wide and 80 feet long and the
depth of the water runs from two feet
steadily to seven feet. The rink is all
made of gray sandstone from A. D. Fer
guson’s quarry and the work, which is
first-class, was done by him. The rink
rink is fitted with the necessary equip-
ment and a five foot stone walk runs all
round the water pond. Connecting with
this part of the building is a reception
room 20x20 and six bath rooms 20x24.
above which, are five sleeping rooms
The boiler room, suit counter, etc., oc-
cupies 14x20 feet. The bathing suits are
black knit jersey cloth.
The handsome grounds of shrubbery
and flowers look well with the new
buildings and rink and the whole makes
a very creditable showing for Ashland
in its new era of development and pro-
Another Trainman Killed.
COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY,
Claud Riley has moved to Dunsmuir.
Medford sent $105.55 to the famine
BUfferers in India.
Mrs. Celia Bachand and son left for
Mel. Emery returned from Sacra*
men to last week.
Miss Birdie Webster of Talent went to
W. E. Conner left for Bonanza Satur
day with a commercial man.
Winfield Hughes has gone to Little
Shasta for the summer with C. E.
Mrs. Robert Leonard is visiting rela
at Lewiston and other points in
Mrs Chas. F. Young was up from
< Gold Hill Friday returning with her son
Dr. W. H. Flannagan of Grants Pass
on the 1st of July for atrip to
Ivan Humason’s5-stamp custom quartz
; mill has arrived at Gold Hill and is be
j ing put up.
Mrs. Heberlie, who has been visiting
sons in Ashland, left Sunday for her
home at Chico, Cal.
Putman Fadeless Dyes do not stain
hands or spot the kettle. Sold by
E ugene A. S herwin .
Mrs. W. D. Hanley of Harney county
is visiting her folks, R. J. Cameron and
family of Uniontown.
Rev. Jonathan B. Goddard, au evan
. gelist of Freeport, Ill., has been holding
a i revival at Gold Hill.
. Wm. High and daughter came in
from Picard, Cal., last week on a visit to
and after supplies.
Mrs. Nels. Church, Misses Belle Par
and Jennie Church came over from
last week on a visit.
Misses Nora Sydow and Frances
have been engaged to teachin
Jacksonville public school,
TOPSY GRADE ROBBERIES RE
The Belaaed Convict Frick Wants to
Live Down the Past.
Adolph Frick, the man who a few
years ago made matters lively for Wells,
Fargo & Co. on the line between Lake
view and Klamath Falls, was recently
released from the Oregon penitentiary
and made his appearance in Lakeview
last Thursday. Since his release he hae
been working for the French-Glenn stock
firm, and later for Cox, the sheep man.
It will be remembered that Frick, about
four years ago held up the stage on Topsy
grade with a wooden gun—at least it was
said at the time that he did so—and
when officers got on his trail and pur
sued him closely he did not forget his
sense of humor, but yelled back to his
pursuer who told him to surrender and
then fired upon him, “Nay! nay!
Pauline!” He was “winged”as he puts
it; at any rate a bullet struck him in the
arm. The persistent efforts of somebody
to capture the hard stuff in Wells. Far
go & Co.’s strong box was the cause of
that company discontinuing the express
offices in the towns between Lakeview
and the Southern Pacific railroad line.
Frick denies that he held up the stage
with a wooden gun, but admits that he
made it appear so to the officers. In fact
it always has been believed that Frick
was really the tool of designing persons,
who were themselves the real culpirts
and highwaymen. It always has been
thought, in fact known, that the man
who held up the stage with the “wooden
gun” was released from the Klamath
Falls jail by interested parties and was
told where the cache was-located and
fire-arms could be found. The next day
he held up the stage and was captured
by one, Gordon, who was on the stage,
presumably, because he knew the stage
was to be stopped. Gordon captured
Frick and procured the reward of $300.
Frick, since his release from prison,
declares that he will never divulge the
names of the parties who assisted him
out of jail, and who were interested with
him in other criminal proceedings.
While in Lakeview last week he spoke
freely of past ovents, announced to those
who once knew him here that he had
once been in the penitentiary and that
he had “all he wanted of criminal life”—
that he was now making an honest liv
ing and was trying to live down the past.
Cannot be bettar spent than by subecriba
ing to the VALLEY RECORD for •
vear. Just think! $1.75 jives you all
the news for a year. Try it 1
John Hanke is up from Oroville, Cal.
A. Hubbard and wife of Medford are
in Klamath county for a month.
Joe Lane of Lakeview is now em
ployed as bar keeper in Hotel Linkville.
91 First Street, Portland, Ore.
Mrs. Elvira Connelly has returned
from a Portland hospital improved in
Importers and Dealers in
Geo. Brandon and wife and Garrett
Fish and wife of Merrill have gone to
San Francisco, the ladies to enter hos
pitals for treatment.
Mrs. J. O. McClellan, who lias been
in Alaska for three years, is visiting her
mother, Mrs. M. E. Butin, in Poe Val
Estimates given on Electrical] Plants, Electric House
Alex. Bradburn, the Bonanza saloon
keeper, and Miss Eva Nichols, were
Wiring, and Special Designs furnished for Fire-Place Fur*
married on the 17th iust.
Miss Eva Soliss of Jackson county is
visiting her sister, Mrs. McCoy, at Ft. ni ture." Agents for|the new-COLUMBIAN GRATE.
Geo. Wright returned to Klamath
Falls last week from a pharmaceutical
school in Chicago.
THE JOHN BARRETT CO.
Tile Flooring, Electroliers,
and Incandescent Lamps.
A Wealth Of Beauty.
Is often hidden by unsightly Pimples,
Eczema, Tetter, Erysipelas, Salt Rheum,
etc. Bucklen’s Arnica Salve will glorify
the face by curing all Skin Eruptiions,
also Cuts, Bruises, Boils, Felons, Ulcers,
and worst forms of Piles. Onlv 25cts. a
box. Cure guaranteed. 8old by Eu
gene A. Sherwin.
New Dry’Goods & Clothing
Saturday afternoon another railroad
man was the victim of the Eeries of acci
dents that befall that class of workers.
As the north bound through freight was
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prepairing to pull out of Grants Pass
about 1 o’clock, Conductor Gregory in
charge, Brakeman H. W. Brand, in at
Belgian Haredom at Medford.
tempting to get on the box car ladder
There are quite a number of rabbit and
between the first box car and engine,
hare fanciers, who are doing a great deal
fell. The car wheels ran over him cut
to advance the interest in pure-bred
ting off his right arm at shoulder and
stock. Among them, Dr. J. G. Goble’s
right leg below the knee. Dr. Kremer
hutches are the most noted for pedigreed
dressed the wounds and at 3:10 a special
stock. The doctor has taken great in
train was taking him to the Portland
terest in Belgian hares, and has had sent
hospital. He was a young man 21 years
to him from a Los Angeles breeder eight
of age and lived at Roseburg where his
choice hares, one fine stud buck, King
parents were to take the train with him.
Bell, from Lord Bell, a prize winner, and
As the engine and caboose was at
seven does, each with a pedigree as long
Ruckle’s station tifis side of Roseburg at
as your arm. One of his does has a lit
6;30 p. tn. Young Brand died. The re
Great efforts are made to sell alum baking
ter of five young from a Los Angeles ped
mains were taken to Roseburg where
powders under the plea that they are so many
igreed buck. “Nellie Bly’’ has been
cents a pound cheaper than Royal. The admis
the funeral took place Monday under the
sion that they are cheaper made is an admis
bred to “Red Prince,” a $250 pedigreed
auspices of Philitariar^ lodge, I. O. O. F.
sion that they are inferior. But alum pow
fStonide Floor Paint, - -
National Wagon Paint,
buck, while the doctor has still another
of which he was deputy postmaster at
Carpets cleaned and laid. House-fix
ders contain a corrosive poison and should
doe that has been bred to Lord Banbury,
not be used in food, no matter how cheap.
Roseburg before going to work on the I tures put in place or repaired. Leave
Continental Household Paint,
a $300 Los Angeles hare. The doctor is
road and was well-liked by all who knew orders
at Blue Front Restaurant.
doing much to bring the breeding of
E. P. Pickens returned to Medford
Belgian hares to the front in Jackson
from a prospecting tour in the
*aaaBB^FRUIT BOXES AND MILL WORK
ROYAL B^glNG POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
Gazelle district of Siskiyon county.
Messrs. Purdin, Hawkins, Amann,
Washington, June 19.—Pensionshave
Lakeview dispatch, June 23: Adolph and others, also have Belgian hares, and
Misses Leda and Agnes Rice, who have Frick,
been granted as follows:
the notorious stage robber who are taking much interest in them.
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reissue, rived Saturday to spend the summer was recently released from the Oregon
New Supervisors, Justices and Con
Masters Simon Patterson and Pau)
Henry L. Slocum, dead, Askland, $12;
penitentiary, for the past week has been Goodwyn, two bright young men of this
Grants Pass Journal.]
increase, Louis Ulen, Ashland $3; origi with grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. making his headquarters here, and city, have a very nice rabbitry at the
The following is a list of the district of nal widows, Adaline J. Slocurfi, Ashland Gilmore.
L. L Jewell, one of the owri^rs of the
seems to be looking for more worlds to home of Henry' Patterson in North Med
Mountain Lion in Missouri Flat/lhforms ficers elected in Jackson county at the $8.
Mrs. J. Wackenheim, wife of the I conquer. Frick has been jailed twice ford and devote much time to it.—Free
us that they have struck the ledge again
freight conductor who went to Klondike since his arrival in Lakeview.
Ashland—Justice, Milton Berry; consta
A Rebecca Vlaltatio»,
after a year of hard work. The pay ble.
two years ago, visited Ashland friends
M N Long
ahoot is 4 feet between walls, one-half
Talent—Justice, W Beeson; constable, E
On Tuesday evening of last week a Saturday while en route to Portland
A Monster Devil Fish
Ivy poisoning, poison wounds and all
quartz, and goes from $30 to $60 a ton. Brooks.
large delegation of Ashland Rebeccas from San Francisco.
accidental injuries may be quickly
Dastroyine its victim, is a type of Con other
Applegate—Justice, J H Knutzen; con went to Medford where the local team
by using DeWitt’s Witch Hazel
E. A. Leeston Smith went to Gold Hill stipation. The power of this malady is
J C. Elder of Waldo, who sold the stable, P J Sullivan.
Salve. It is also a certain cure for piles and
Elder copper property to Gunn & Co.,
Jacksonville—Justice, W J Plymale; con
felt on orvanB, nerves, muscles and brain. skin diseases. Take no other. E ugene A.
Howard and Dr. Burnett. There were his Uncle Sam mine on Water gulch Bnt
of San Francisco, was in town Tuesday stable, Frank Kassbafer,
Dr. King’s New Life Pills are a safe S herwin .
Medford—Justice, Jasbtewart; constable,
struck some fine ore that assays $50 per and certain cure. Best in the world for
and Wednesday. From him we learn
Jacksonville. The 28 present from Ash ton.
that Gunn & Co. have struck a 7-foot T W Johnson.
Stomach. Liver, Kidneys and Bowels.
Phoenix—Justice, E D Foudray; consta land were: Mesdames J. R. Casey, E.
vein of ore.
Mr. Elder, since selling ble.
Only 25 cents, at Eugene A. Sherwin’s.
this claim, is developing another one on
Eagle Point—Justice, A J Florey; con Frank Nelson, Bert Taylor, A. W. Alta Brous of Medford, have returned
his property which he thiuks will be stable,
An Original Idea.
R. Bish, Geo. A. Fisher, Julia to that place from Iowa, Mr. W. en
Central Point—Justice, A S Jacobs; con Storey,
Mrs. Everton, an English lady, who did
A. F. Nelson, of the Eureka mine, re stable,
nursing work in Dawson City, carried out
Gold Hill—Justice, JBR Morelock; con Foes, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. G. Ogg, Mieses Mackey.
turned the first of the week from Ash stable,
Delia Long, Maud Berry, Grace Beach,
Mrs. R. M. Foster, Mrs. Frank Diakey an original idea in London, which greatly
land. From him we learn that the Ash
Woodville—Justice, J W Osborne; con- Cora Baldwin, Maggie Stanley, Mae Sut and Mrs. A. B. Miller, wives of well- gratified the C. P. R. people. Mrs. Eger-
land mine, near Ashland, has struck an stable, C E Wilcox.
ton had been much struck by the scenery
ton, Lena Casey and Messrs. Emil Peil,
immensly lich body of ore on their prop Sams Valley—Justice, C C Gall ; consta- Harry Yeo, G. B. Walsworth, Clarence known Ashland railroad men, left Satur along the line of the C. P. R., as well as
with the service which the company rend
erty. They are now down some 600 feet ble, Thos Pankey.
Farnham and Geo. W. Trefren. They visit,
ered across the Continent, and she de
Trail Creek—Justice, Chas Skryman ; had a fine time.
and the vein is 6 feet wide and goes
let the folk in England know
over $60 per ton averaging one-half free constable, Geo Lynch.
Mrs. Ralph Hanna, wife of the rail termined to about
both. For this purpose
Coffee.—For one week only we offer free way mail clerk, and babe and Miss Ger something
gold and one-half in concentrates.
she availed herself of a fancy ball at Co-
No. 1, J M Tyler; 2. Jack True; 3 Joshua one-lialf pound with every sale of one and tie Barrie of Portland, are visiting Grants vort Garden, to appear in a costume which
The Victor jr., mine in Josephine Patterson; 4. J as Cantrall; 5, EC Faucett;
pounds of Leege & Haskins’ de Pass relatives.
took the first prize for originality, and
county will add 5 more stamps to their 6, J L Woo'dridge; 7, W H Bostwick; 8, J one-half
which illustrated Canadian scenery and the
licious high-grade coffees. Don’t fail
W. C. Bostwick of Siskiyou, was on 0.
P True; 9. AM Wilson; 11, A W Clemens; to take advantage of this opportunity to
P. R, in a highly striking manner. The
10, Jas R Smith; 12, F M Thompson; 13.
Applegate Saturday visiting his brother, lady’s hat was trimmed in a manner to
get a coffee that is sure to please you. Bert Bostwick, who has been laid up
Heat Rash, inflammations, itching, irritations
show the C. P. B. trains in motion, her
Howard; 16. H C Turpin; 17, W H Penin- Only in one pound packages, so that you with interual injuries, the result of a cape set forth Lake Superior,¡Lake Ontario
and chafings, undue or offensive perspiration,
The late rain did much good.
ger: IS. 1 Householder; 19. R L Dusen- may know what to get next time. This strain.
and many other sanative uses, nothing so
and the Bocky Mountains, while the front
cooling, purifying, and refreshing as a bath
of her dress snowed a train rushing at full
John McCarvel was doing in the “Pass”
with C uticura S oap , followed in the severer
sale Saturday, June 16, to Saturday,
speed through the wonderful ravines in the
Walker; 25, Thos Bailey; 26, 8 P Oliver; 27. June 23d. Three fancy blends—Peerless term as teacher in the Jacksonville pub far Northwest. In the lady’s hand was a
forms by gentle anointings with C uticura ,
W. A. Van Goetbeiu made a business McDonald Perdue; 23, Ben Fredenburg; 29, Mocha and Java, 40c; Menado Java lic school, and in the fall will move to banner which contained the coat of arms
the great skin cure and purest ot emollients.
trip to the "Pass" yesterday.
Joseph Freitas; 30, John Ashpole; 31, Eli
C vticvba Soar is beyond all doubt the mo»t effective
southern California or Arizona for the of the several Provinces constituting the akin
Bleud, 30c; Oriental Blend, 25c.
purifying and beautifying soap, aa well aa the purest
Dominion. The tout ensemble, as the
J. E. Meade was attending to business
benefit of Mrs. Jacobs’ health.
and sweetest for toilet, bath, and nursery. Sold through
W m . Y eo & Co.
London press remarked at the time, was
out the world. P otts « D kco akd C hkm . Coer-, Sole
matters here one dav this week.
Prob».. Boston. ** How to Have Beautiful Skin," free.
Pioneer Democratic Primary.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baker and little wonderfully striking and impressive
John Hillis and family of "Green Flat”
and gave at a glance an idea of a country
Father Clayborne Neil, head of the
were seen on our streets yesterday.
which Londoners, previous to the jubi
I started for home Saturday from a visit of
knew very little, Mrs. Egerton, as Mr.
Miss Laura Carter is working for Mrs. Neil family, and one of the old and much
with Dick Roach and family in Ashland. lee
Estate of James Gaines. Rufus Cox Mrs. B. is a daughter of Geo. W. Wimer. Baker, the C. P. R. agent in London,
W. A. Van Uoetheni at present.
pointed out. did all this ’off her own bat,’
was down from his home above Ash
Joshua Neathammer wears a broad smile land the last of the week, on a visit to appointed as administrator and G L
and solely with the patriotic view of making
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Beekman returned Canada known. The laay is coming out
this week. Wonder what is the cause?
his8on, J. R. Neil. Mr. Neil, Mr. Hill as appraisers.
Joe Manifold was seen on our streets one and Capt. Thos. Smith held the first
Estate of J G Grossman. H.M. Crow
day this week. He reports mining as be democratic primary meeting ever held ell discharged as administrator, his final i Eugene and Portland. Mr. Beekman is a make an extended tour of the country.
Photographs of Mrs. Egerton in her unique
regent of the University of Oregon.
ing rather dull.
in the valley outside of Jacksonville, statement being approved.
costume are at the general offices of the
Mrs. O. H. Biers, we are sorry to chronicle where one was held at the same time.
0. P- R. i
Estate of F Albright, Ben Haymond
U quite sick this week. We trust that she This was early in May, 1854, and was administrator.
Same proceedings as i and brick mason, returned on Friday
wilt soon recover.
for the purpose of nominating a ticket above.
from Klamath Agency, where he has
Jahn S. Hudson, a printer, was run
Prof E. L. Ledbetter closed his school to be voted for in June following. Old
Estate of G W Heckathorn. Inven been building flues for the new Indian otet by a train at Sau Bernardino and
and has gone to Ashland to reside. He will settlers will remember that there was tory and appraisement filed, showing school
probably open up a law office there soon.
some defect in the election of 1853, after real and personal property to the amount Falls Republican,
The Thirty-second District Agricul
There will be a celebration here this the county was organized in March, and of $1000 and $689 respectively.
District Attorney-elect A. E. Reames
Main St. Opp. 1.0. O. F. Hall,
year. Everyone is cordially invited to at that the election of ’54 was to remedy
tural association has decided to hold a
tend and bring well filled baskets. There the matter. Mr. Neil was elected a
Bernard McArthur, the boy who was
will be horse races, bicycle races, foot delegate to the first duly authorized and reiently shot at Rock Point, is improv week from a visit in Portland and Hills oounty fair in Santa Ana for four days,
FAINTS. ZPJLU n TTEIRS’ TOOLS,
races, jumping, baseball game and all kind legally constituted political convention ing with chances favorable to hie recov boro. Mr. Reames was elected vice-presi beginning October 8 next.
dent of the Oregon Native Sons at the
ot sports. AU winners in races, etc , will ever held in southern Oregon.—Jackson
WALL PAPER, Q-X j JLS. ETO.
Miss Florence Abrahams, 21 years of
ery. The fact that his heart is on the recent state convention.
will receive purses. A grand ball will be
age was struck by an engine of the
right side of his body instead of on the
B uilding P apers , W rapping P apkbb amd T winm . ARTISTS’ MATERIALS.
given at night. Tickets including supper
G. M. Grainger is foreman of a crew North Pacific Coast railroad while walk,
left, where it should be, probably saved
his lite as the ball passed through the employed on the construction of a big ing along a trestle near Sau Anselmo.
A baseball team has been organized here
with the following members: William Shows the state of your feelings and the region usually occupied by the heart pipe line to bring water to the Prather Marin county, and received injuries
Laws, catcher; W. Wright, pitcher: John state of your health as well. Impure blood Dr. Van Dyke of Grants Pass, who was ranch near Montague from the Klamath which caused her death shortly after
McCarvel. short stop; K. Swope. 1st base makes itself apparent in a pale and sallow called to see him, says this phenomenon river below Hawkinsville.
man; George Young. 2nd baseman; Earle complexion. Pimples and Skin Eruptions. undoubtedly saved him from speedy
Hon. E. B. Edson, a pioneer citizen of wards.
Young, 3rd baseman; Kob’t Brookhart, If yon are feeling weak aud worn out and death.
The gross receipts of the postoffice at
Siskiyou county, and president
right field; Miles Carter, center field and do not have a healthy appearance, you
Have you seen the Raycycle, the beet of the California state railroad commis Sau Francisco for May were $83,857,
Frank Myers, left field. These gentlemen should try Acker’s Blood Elixir. It cures
by a little practice will be able to play an all DIood diseases where cheap Sarsaparillas and handsomest wheel made; will run sion, came over to Ashland Friday, re against $79,802 for the some period of
interesting game and expect to send out and so called purifiers fail; knowing this, 1.000 miles without oiling; will run 27 turning Saturday. He was looking up last year, being au increase of $4055.
we sell every bottle on a positive guaiantee. per cent lighter than any bicycle made. the hog and sheep market.
challenges in a short time.
The Los Angeles receipts were $20,715 ASHLAND, -
E ugene A. S herwin .
The easiest bill climber made. For sam
W imer , jure 19,1900.
John Churchman, the Wells, Fargo against $19,029, showing an increase of
The Portland Telegram says Ex-Con ple and prices call at Reeser’s hardware Express messenger, is doing service on $1686.
Emil Holden, athletic club president, gressman M. W. Howard of Alabama, store.
the day train between Dunsmuir and
Call and see his new stock of Fine t
The rural free delivery service will be
mining man and saloon proprietor, is at who recently spoke in southern Oregon
Co. B, 0. N. G. of Ashland, will ar
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, etc.
Upper 8o<ia Springs on a pleasure and for the straight populist party, intends rive here on July 3rd and remain until Fargo has an eye to business for John is extended at Redwood City, Cal., June
Old Established Gallery in Ashland With
health trip.—Redding Searchlight.
locating on a farm near Ashland. Mr. the 6th, when with Co. H of this place, a double utility attraction—his winning 25; length of route 25 miles: population Watches and Clocks Repaired.
Howard was greatly impressed with the they will go to Salem to the encamp ways popularizes the institution with to be served, 700. Thomas J. Coates
beauty of this section and will bring his ment.—Grants Pass Observer.
the girls and his appearance keeps down has been appointed regular carrier and
wife out for the purpose of viewing the
The ten saw mills in Grants Pass and
place with a view of locating. Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gilchrist have
Dr. C. G. Cargill, Republican assem
Photos in Water Colors.
Howard is an intelligent man of affairs, vicinity produce 221,000 feet of lumber
Pictures in the Latent Styles.
a handsome orator and a gentleman of each day which is handled by the S. P. been visiting Ashland, the guests of her blyman San Benito, died recently at his
uncle, G. W. Stoops. Mr. Gilchrist is residence at San Juan after a few days’ i
Developing and Finishing lor Amateurs. '
D. & L Co.
the finest instincts of humanity.
one of the publishers of the Daily Regis illness from pneumonia.
“ I guess I used to be like everybody else.
Douglas county voted for woman suf- ter at Eugene and was a delegate to the
When 1 caught cold, I just let it alone, think
ferage and against hogs running at large. district Woodmen of the World conven
The steamer Alpha, the first treasure
ing it would
Gallery Opposite Hotel Oregon,
This is significant.
cure itself in
tion at Medford last week.
boat to arrive from Nome, reached Van
a few days;
J. T. Apperson, of Oregon City, has
GEPPERT—At Big Butte, June 14,
A ckers D yspepsia T ablets are sold on a couver, B. C., Sunday morning. Her
of course the
1900, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Geppert, been elected president of state pioneer’s 1 positive guarantee. Cures heart-burn, passengers five in number, had many
association for next year. Sol. Bluma- raising of the food, distress after eating or stories to tell of the big strikes made.
uer continues president of the native any form of dyspeDsia. One little tablet They evidenced the truth of their state
gives immediate relief. 25cts. and 50cts.
6, 1900, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hammer-
ments by showing receipts from the
E ugen « A. S herwin .
sley, a daughter.
Job printing of all kinds promptly
purser for their share of the winter’s
but after a
LAWRENCE—At Galls Creek, June 4, done at reasonable prices at the R ecord Dean Mason of Klamathon and M. R. labors amefunting to $300,000 in gold
1900, to Mr. and Mrs. Claud Law
Higgins and wife of San Francisco ar dust and nuggets.
rence, a son.
A man was fined $15 in Salem for rived yesterday and left this morning,
Mrs. Freeman, widow of General
“cussing” the mayor of the city. Even accompanied by Judge H. L. Benson, for John C. Freeman, slipped and fell at and $65.75 to KANSAS CITY and
side. I al-
Williamson river, where they will camp
called all the names out of the diction for a couple of weeks.—Klamath Falls her home at Los Angeles one day last return, First-class, for sale June 29Î h
week and fractured a hip joint. Her and 39tb, via the CANADIAN P a CIF i C,
each cold was worse than theone before, My HOUGHTON—COFFMAN—In Jackson
Pendleton East Oregonian: Misfor Job printing at Record office.
ville, June 12, 1900, by R S. Dunlap,
throat seemed to get weaker, and the least
and good for psssage on the
The navy department has decided to
change in the weather started the coughing
J. P., Willard Houghton and R. tune to the wheat farmers of the Red
I he last cold was the most severe of
all. 1 was really frightened. Cough drops
promises to pay a big dividend to the Would Not Suffer So Again for Fifty class at San Diego, Cal.
and home treatment did no good. A friend ROBINSON—NICHOLS—In Trailcreek farmers of the Pacific Northwest. It is
Times Its Price.
told me about Acker's English Remedy. I
precinct, June 19, 1900, by O. J. Will an ill wind that blows no one any good.
last night with severe pains
got • bottle, and you never saw the like of
ard, J. P., O. H. Robinson and Miss If the drouth in Minnesota and the in my stomach.
Any Agent of Canadian Pacific wil
I never felt co badly in
the way it acted. Before the bottle was gone
Dakotas does give the farmers of the all my life. When I came down to work
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of gladly furnish full particulars, or address
I was well. My throat felt as strong and well
os could be. Since then I have had no more CLAUSNITZ ER—STANLEY—In Yreka, Inland Empire an increased price for this morniag I felt so weak I could hardly Washita, 1. T. He writes: “Electric
trouble. I think Acker’s English Remedy so
H. n. A bbott , Agent,
Cal.. May 25, 1900, O. W. Clausnitzer, their wheat it is a result that should not work. I went to Miller & McCurdy’s Bitterr has cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula
strengthens the delicate lining of the throat
be accompanied by any great amount of drug store and they recommended which bad caused her great suffering for
Third Street, Portland, Or.
that it easily resists the changes in tempera
Stanley, formerly of Ashland, daugh gladness. In our prosperity' we should Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar years. Terrible sores would break out
ture, audit builds up the constitution as well."
E. J. C oyle , A. G. P. A.,
ter of John A. Stanley. Rev. W. E. remember that there are others just as rhoea Remedy. It worked like magic on her head and face, and the best doctors
C arrie S chwab ,
deserving, on whom fortune failed to snd one dose fixed me all right. It cer could eive no help; but know her health
Vancouver, B. 0.
251 Gold St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
smile. A small supply always insures a tainly is the finest thing I ever u,ed for is excellent.” Electric Bitters is the
Sold at 25c., 50c. and $1 a bottle, throughout
stomach trouble. I shall not be without best blood purifier known. It’s the su
the United States and Canada : and in Eng
it in my home hereafter, for I should preme retnedv for eczema, tetter, salt
land, at Is. 2d., 2s. 3d., 4s. 6d. If you are not
not care to endure the sufferings of last rheum, ulcers, lwils and running sores.
satisfied after buying, return the bottle to QUALLS—In Ashland, June 20, 1900,
night again tor fifty times its price.—G. It stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels,
your druggist, and get your money back.
Rosa Mav Qualls, aged 6 years, 4 mos
W. W ilson . Liveryman, Bargettsfown. exp«la poisons, helps digestion, builds
W'r authorize the above ffua-antee.
and 11 days, daughter of 3. W. Qualls
Washington Co., Pa. Thia remedy la up tbs strength. Only 50cte. Sold by
tor site by E vgeni A, S herwin ,
of Petaluma, Cal.
r. a moos * cv., rnpnaort,
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