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ASHLAND, JACKSON COUNTY, OKEGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1901.
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NAMING OF GK1ZZLY PEAK.
R. N. NASON’S PAINT!
Wa* Baptised 80 in Memory of the
Thrilling Experience of the Henry
Chapman Party with a Band of
Grizzlies tn 1855, When Chapman
Stonide Floor Paint, - - .
National Wag on Paint,
was Literally Chawed and Clawed
Continental Household Paint, and CEMENTICO.
to Piece* and Left for Dead by a
Monstrous Griazly — Equal* the
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
Event* ol Daniel Boone and Kit
FRUIT BOXES AND MILL WORK
eovAt eut— sow*«« «e., —w vom.
Grizzly Butte is* prominent projection
of the tbe Cascade range overlooking face to the ground. I had fainted again,
Bear creek .valley, opposite Ashland, but with the Bhock on the ground I re
St. Helen's Sanitarium at Viaalu
which attains a height of 6000 feet. Seen covered, and told them I was not dead, was destroyed by fir* recently. Th*
by the traveler from Ashland station, whereupon Erastus picked me up again loss la $5009. Th* building which waa
with its bald southern face flecked with and threw me over his shoulder, but not quite completed, was owned by Drs.
tbe light and somber tints as tbe sun is this I could not stand, and insisted on
nearing the crest line of the mountain being left in the brush, as I could not Gross and McSwain. Th* former had
range on the west, the origin of its name live anyway. They declared they would just left for San Francisco to purchase TF YOU ARE NEEDING A
is easily suggested from the garb with take me out, and after further delay so furniture for the place. The fire ia sup
which nature has clothed the mountain much time had elapsed that I concluded posed to have been iuoendiary, although
Miss Fannie Fox entertained the fol
mass. But the traveler would be in er my jugular vein was hot cut, and that it is stated that a defective flue was ths
lowing friends at her home Friday even
ror. It was named for tbe grizzly bear, there was a chance for me.
ing: Dr and Mrs Parson, Mr and Mrs
and the name dates from a terrible en
“Well, they finally raised me to my
J R Norris, Mr and Mrs F M Drake, Mr
The gasoline schooner Barbara Ham
counter with one of the big plantigrades feet, and, supporting me, one on each
and Mrs H L Whitehead, Mr anil Mrs
on this mountain 45 years ago, in which , side,- we got to the foot of the hill, where ster was blown aahor* near Paint -Arana
Otto Winter, Mr aud Mrs John Coleman,
Henry Chapman was shockingly man we found some others of our party, who a few days rgo, and may become a total
Mr and Mrs John Pierce. Mr and Mrs
gled, and nearly lost bis life.
helped us to camp. The desire of this wreck.
DL Rice, Mr and Mrs TF Kershaw.
That portion of the Cascades east of party for bearhunting bad been fully sat
Sick H xadachb absolutely and perma
The Misses Esther Silsby, May Tiffany,
Ashland was once the favorite haunt of isfied, and tbe boys broke camp and nently cured by using Mokl Tea
APPREHENDED IN ASHLAND,
call and get prices before buying.
Genevieve Tiffany, Clara Mingus, Daisy
the grizzly bear; they were the kings of hastened to get me home. I was carried pleasant herb drink. Cures constipation
Min gns, Lutie Holburg, Mamie Barnes,
the wilds there, and old eettlers say they to Daddy Wells’. The old man sewed
Maud Barnes, Mary Leslie, Elsie Patter E. King Tnompaon, Wanted at Santa
were more numerous than in the adja- , up the wounds, and the only available work and happy. Satisfaciion guaranteed
Rosa, Is liocutetl
son, Maud Patterson, Eva Taylor, Ethal
money back. 25cts. and 50c ts. M c N air
cent 8iskiyou range. Mr. Chapman, an ( doctor at Jacksonville was sent for to or
Fural tar» Stor*
Walrad, Lora Colton, Alice Applegate,
Through an Item in This Paper,
aged and respected pioneer citizen, now dress
my wounds. He came the next
Emma Russell, Mrs Frank Shideler.
resides on his ranch a few miles south of , day, cut open, probed and Bewed up my .
The following item appeared among
Messrs. Elmer Pafrick, Carl Ellie, Will
Ashland, and it was from him the nar wounds. I laid helpless about six weeks : proprietor of the Tuolumne Independ
Mitchell, Fred Fngle, Tom Hammond, the general news in last Thursday’s is
rative of the battle with the bear is ob- in
j bed. being fed on soup with a spoon, i ent, died at his family residence in
Frank Simpson, Victor Lowe, Ham Mc sue of the V alley R ecobd :
Sonora, aft» a lingering illneo*. Mr.
tained, and of which his body bears the It was a year before I was well.”
Nair, J Syd McNair. The hostess was
A warrant was sworn out charging
scars of the cruel wounds he suffered.
published the first newspaper
So we have the story of Grizzly Peak,
assisted by Misses May Tiffany, Elsie E. King Thompson, formerly a collector
The year 1855 was marked by an In- . which, together with other well-accred at Columbia in the early 50’s, and after
Patterson and Mrs Kershaw. In the for the Pioneer laundry of Santa Rosa,,
dian war in southern Oregon, and the ited
tragical and adventurous incidents ward removed to Sonora, publishing
contest for poetic honors Sam McNair with larceny. King disappeared sosas
few pioneer settlers in Upper Bear creek j in the pioneer life of the Oregonians, the Independent, He was 68 years of
captured “the Missouri prize” and .Miss time bet woe a midnight and daw*
valley were placed in great peril. They should
be gathered and collected bv those
Mary Leslie took the capital prize.
were always watchful for Indians, and j interested in the work of the Oregon age, and leaves a wife and two son*,
iay morning, taking with him $•_) ia
Arthur and J. O. Duchow, Jr., who
The Chea wancan Poet makes its ap- xwh
belonging to Miss Joel* Walker,
Historical Society. Mr. Chapman has have been conducting the paper for sev
year Henry Chapman, W. F. Songer, E. massed the 45 years since his hard day
Girance at Lakeview today with Otto ui < employe. The money had been de»
Wells, Joe Wells, Frog Wells, Frost and with the bear on Grizzly Peak as a suc j eral years.
«taker as editor Wm. Harvey, W. P. posited in th* company's safe.
Coyote Johnson started out on a bear ( cessful rancher, and has seen the pretty
Heryford, and 8. B. Chandler have in
The most soothing, healing end antesep-
A man giving this name was at that
hunt, they were prepared to fight In- ( city of Ashland grow up almost in eight tic application ever devised is DeWitt’e
corporated a company and will put in a
dians as well. They camped the first ( of that summit plateau where big griz Witch Hazel Salve. It relieves at onceaud
telephone between Lakeview and Pais
night on Frog creek, above where the , zlies and hostile Indians were to be cures piles, sores, eczema and skin diseases
ley, to be extended to other points later dish washer, and when Landlord J. A
Beware of imitations.- M c N air B ros
Gross read tbe item in the R ecobd he
“sweat” house now is.
looked for at every step. W. F. Songer,
concluded he didn’t want that kind of a
Supreme lodge of the Knights of
Erastus Wells was put on guard. He who constituted one of the partv. is now
man in his house. He paid him off and
discovered a signal fire of the Indians at , a well-known resident of Ashland.
Pythias is to hold its next annual con
discharged him, telling him the reason
Boone ranch, now known as the Mickel
clave in San Francisco during August.
and showing him the article.
son ranch, which aroused the party who
There is a potato famine in British
son denied lie was the man.
then stood guard until daylight.
Headache, biliousness, heartburn, lndl- H. Pracht informed the local authorities
and the scarcity of the neo-
breakfast Chapman, accompanied by When vou have rheumatism. Muscles
gaetlon, and all liver Ills ar* cured by and also wired to Santa Rosa.
Erastus and Joe Wells, went out to look feel etiff and sore and j unta are painful. essary article is so keeuly felt that old
satisfying themselves that he was the
for bear. They went over to the foot of It does not pay to suffer long from this potatoes are being shipped in large
Main St. Opp. l.O.O. F. Hall,
party Chief-of-Police W. H. Brunk and
the mountain (Grizzly) and discovered disease when it mav be cured bo prompt quantities from California. Local po
Constable N. M. Long arrested him
the tracks of five or six grizzlies. Taking ly and perfectly by Hood’s Sarsaparilla. tatoes have doubled in price in the past ZPJYIJSTTS. PAINTERS’ TOOLS,
Friday evening at the White Sulphur
Sold by all druggists. 25 cents.
up tbe trail, they followed the bears in This medicine goes right to the spot, four weeks and are difficult to get at
Springs House. He intended leaving
to and through a thieket of firs, hearing neutralizes the acidity of the blood, which any figure, so that there is a great de
WALL PAPER, Q-I_iJLSS. B3TO.
town early the next morning.
them run out on the upper side. Thence causes rheumatism, and puts an end to
B uil » in 9 Parxxs, Waarrre* P xpku and T wixxs . ARTISTS’
they tracked the bears around and up the pain and stiffness.
on Sunday morning’s train and left for
E xperience I s Ta« BrsT T eacher . Use
the east side of the mountain to the sum
California with his prisoner on the after
Acker’s English Remedy in any case of
mit of Big Prairie, where they separated,
Billiouenesa ia cured by Hood’s Pills. coughs,
colds or croup. Should it fail to
Thompson is a distin
Erastus going down next to Antelope 25c.
give immediate relief money refunded.
guished looking individual not over 30
creek, Chapman along the south side,
Nothing but a local
25cts and 50cts. E ugwnk A. S herwin .
years old and would be taken for an
and Joe about midway between them,
Ashland Public School* Report.
remedy or change of
The electorial vote of California has
actor. He claims to have well-to-do rel
all going west.
ebruata will cure it.
Number of days taught, 20: Number been delivered to the authorities at
atives in Missouri.
Get a well - known
“After some little time,” said Chap of holidays. 0.
He is a despicable scoundrel and took
phartnaceu lice I
Washington by S. M. Shortridge. Mr.
man, ‘not seeiug tbe other boys, I be
Days of attendance, boys, 5141; girls, Shortridge also presented to President
llie $80 he robbed the laundry girl of
gan to feel uneasy. Directly I looked to 5616&. Total, 10757»^.
and blew it in at a bawdy house.
my left I saw something in the thick fir
Days absence, boys, 661; girls, 665)^. McKinley the gold-mounted ballot box
$80 was the girl’s savings from two years
brush, aud on hearing a bear squall, I Total, 1326)4.
in wljicli the electortai vote was cast.
of hard work.
■on county teachers examination for worked around cautiously to get a view a
The merited reputation for curing piles
certificates at the state normal school in little further around the bush, when I Total, 23.
11 is quickly absorb-
sores and skin diseases acquired by De
ed. Gives relief at o.ce. Opens and Dull Headache, Pains in various parts of Ashland beginning Feb. 13th.
No. enrolled on register, boys, 294; Witt’s Witch Hazel Salve, has led to the
ing on berries. I was armed with a girls,
making of worthless counterfeits. Be sure
cleanses th* Nasal Passages. Allays In tbe bo<ty. Sinking at the pit of thestoiracb.
319. Total, 613.
to get onlj- DeWitt’s Salve.—M c N air B ros
flammation. Heals and protects the Mem Loss of appetite. Feverishness. Pimples or
New scholars, boys, 10; girls, 20.
brane. Restores th* senses of Taste and Sores are all positive evidences of impure ters returned to Coles Sunday from a I had previously load sd it heavily with
Regular work was begun a few days
Small. No Cocaine, no Mercury, no in blood. No matter how it became so it visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. buckshot for Indians.
I now put an
in the new Santa Fe shops at Point
Average daily attendance, 538.
jurious Drug. Full size 40c. Trial 10c sise must be purified in order to obtain good Bennett Million, in Ashland.
ounce ball in each barrel, and aiming
Richmond. Forty machinists, who have
Per cent of attendance, 89.
al Drtiggiats or by mail.
health. Acker's Blood Elixir has never
ELY BROTHERS. 56 Warren St. N. Y felled to cur* Scrofulous or Syphilitic
Hon. and Mrs. Nat Langell of Jackson carefully off my knee, let go at one of
Number of visitors, 53.
been working in the Stockton 6hops,
poisons or any other biood diseases. It is ville have taken up their home at Med
Tardiness of teachers, 0.
moved there with their families
certainly a wonderful remedy, and we sel- ford. They had lived in the same house fellow and the cubs ran away, but there
Days absence of teachers, 1.
and are to be given steady employment.
everv bottle on a positive guarantee. Mc- at Jacksonville continuously for 42 years. were others, for, glancing to my right, I
The per cent of attendance for this There have been 250 men employed in
saw another one running down through month
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is very low—lower than since
In tbe County Court of th* State ot Oregon,
Will Satchell, Dick Roper, Jesse Fer-
QUANT-« CAS8 IN LINE,
March, 1899. The absence is due to the the Stockton shops, and they will all in
County of Jackson.
ren and other Ashland boys and Dale
prevalence of colds, mumps and measles | time be transferred to Point Richmond,
In th* matter of the asiaieof Edward W.
He fell down, rolled over, then got up
Follows Medford and Ashland in Hazle and Sidney Cole of Medford have again and made off in his original course The average daily attendance is precisely Fifty dwellings, however., are under
gone to Klamatbon to engage in lumber
the same as for the corresponding mouth course of construction, and others are to
OTICl IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Organizing a New Bank,
across the opening.
of the previous year though the average be begun within a short time.
undersigned has been appointed by
Past Mining Journal.]
th* ocunty conrt of Jackson county, Ore
Mrs. C. F. Gegax, of Riddles, has rent heard the first onq I had shot, and which number belonging is 40 greater.
While on the way to Redwood Oity
gon, «Hung tn probate, .administrator of Ilia
tardiness is somewhat greater than
That Grants Pass is to have another ed rooms in the Taylor A Wilson block
de Benedetti, the driver of a
estate of Edward W. Piland, deceased.
bank now seems assured. Our repurtti
usual though Miss Dodge, Mr. Wash
All persons indebted to said estate are re- had heard some talk of such an instltu in this city and will put in a line of bear made directly for me, and I started burn, Miss Brown, and Mr. Burnham vegetable wagon, was sandbagged and
aneeted to aett.e tue same immediately and
Has Equipped His Old Established
on a run for three trees which I saw had no cases.
robbed of $25 and his team. Three men x
lose having claims against ¿aid estate will tion being formed, and found upon in —Roseburg Review.
Gallery in Ashland With
standing in a bunch on tbe prairie.
Nearly all of the thirty new scholars
present them to me at Ashland with proper
vouchers attached, wi hiu six inonthsaft er ital stock of $50,000 had already been lounge and couches made to order. carry me, one of my shoes came off and entered the first primary grade.
detti is in a serious oondition.
date of tbe first publication of this notice. subscribed by home parties.
C. A.. H itchcock ,
D yspepsia can be C ured bv using Ack
Dated Jah 31, 1901.
those who are subscribing for stock are Everything guaranteed as represented. I lost my shoe, hat and gun all in the
er«' Dyspepsia Tablets. One little Tablet ♦
same place. As I ran on some distance,
GKO. W TREFKEN,’~3 O. 8. Goodnow, L L. Jewell, Dr. J. 3. J. P. Dodge.
will give immediate relief or money re £
I saw Erastus and Joe looking ahead a9
Administrator of the estate of Edward W. Moore, Hair-Riddle & Co., J. H. Ahlf,
Photos in Water Colors.
L. W. Rodgers left Friday for Sfuikane
25cts. M c N aib B ros .
W. H. Hampton, U. W. Thompson, Lon Falls and othfr eastern Wahington if they thought I was in pursuit of some
Pictures in the Latest Styles.
berlain‘a Cough Remedy.
Moon and A. C. Hough. They ex paints on a business trip in connection thing' Glancing over my shoulder, I
Developing and Finishing for Amateur*.
There is to be a starch factory started f
Sidney Richardson of Willow creek
Keeps Fancy Robe* lor Ladies and Children.
Daring the earlv part of October, 1896, in the Grand Round valley, in Oregon. J
was in Yreka recently aud said that dur pect to incorporate and organize about with an estate of bis uncle. Mrs. R. is I cried to them that it waa a bear. Just
Feb. 15. This shows enterprise. Medford
ing the snowstorm on. lanuarv 1st a hog has two banks and so has Ashland. visiting her sister at Grants Pass during then the bear roared, which so terrified I contracted a bad cold which settled on If the farmers will not raise sugar beets
my lungs and was neglected nntil I
Gallery Opposite Hotel Oregon
waa completely covered up and remained
the boys that they dropped their guns
they are to be tried on potatoes. Pota- i
under the snow for thirteen days before Why should Grants Paes take a back
Jesse Vertrees came out from the Wil and ran, Erastus making for some neigh feared that consumption had appeared toe starch is said to be worth 4 to 5
being discovered. The animal appar seat?
lamette last week and visited Ashland boring brush and Joe climbing an old in an incipient state. I was constantly . cents per pound. It is used in manu
Friday while en route to Oro Fino, Cal., stump about 10 feet high. Now the bear coughing and trying to expel something factures.
ently suffered no inconvenience. Johu
which I could not. I became alarmed
Meant ber ot Scott Valley also reports
to vieit his folks. He will again take up was all but on me; I had powder and
It is stated that the five-year con
that 20 head of his sheep were in a snow capital of $50,000. The principal stock his residence in southeastern Oregon and shot in my coat pocket, and in running and after giving the local doctors trial
holders are: O. 8. Goodnow, L. L.
bought a bottle of Chamberlain’s Cough
bank for two weeks without food or Jewell, J. H. Ahlf, Hair Riddle Hard intends living a lees turbulent career.
the coat flew back, aud as the bear came Remedy and the result was immediate tracts are now being presented by can-
within reach ot me, the first swipe he
ners to the peach-growers on the follow
ware Company, Carey W. Thompson,W.
Thirty minutes is all the time required made caught the coat pocket and tore off improvement, and after I had used three
Two hundred and fifty horses were H. Hampton, L. Moon, Dr. J. 8. Moore, to dye with Putnam Fadeless Dyes. the flap. This gave me a little start of bottles my lungs were restored to their ing basis: Phillips clings, $22 50 to
healthy state.—B. 8. E dwards , Publish $25; freestones, $17 50 to $20; pears, $20
The bank will be Sold by M c N air B ros .
driven from Cottonwood Creek, Fair and A. C. Hough.
the hear, and I reached one of the trees, er of The Review, Wyant, Ill. For Bale to $22 50. These prices are a trifle bet
child ranch, Little Shasta Valley, a few ready for busiues9 about April 1. Just
91 First Street, Portland, Ore.
Engineer Joe Poore, wife and two the bear close after me.
by M c N air B rb .
ter than last year aud show that the
days ago to Willows, Cal , where they where the business will be located is not children and Mr. and Mrs H. F. Cole
There is but one bank doing
will be shipped toSan Francisco. These known.
canners realize that the oanued fruit
took Saturday’s train for Santa Cruz, around the tree. The bear raked at me
horses were the property of Churchill & business here now, the First National Cal., to remain in the south to bene first on one side and then on the other January 1901, Weather Summary outlook is excellent.
Importers and Dealers in
Bank of Souther^ Oregon.
Son of Yreka —1 reka News.
Following is a summary of weather ob
fit the health of Mrs. Poore and Mr. with her paws, and it was plain I could
F. V. McCarthy pleaded guilty to a
Cole. Joe will return after getting his not last long there. I then called to the servations at Ashland during month of charge of burglary in department one
reported by F H. Carter, local ob
boys for help and made a dash for Jan.,
server for the Oregon State Weather Service: of the superior county at Los Angeles,
another tree, but had to keep an eye on
ai ’ was sentenced to five years at San
Blankets, quilts, rugs, go carts, porce the bear all the time to avoid a blow. 1
lain ware at Hooker’s.
had not gone far when she struck me on
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kinney, Jos. W the bead, splitting the flesh to the bone
Kinney and Miss Lydia McCall left for from the top of my head to my eyebrows.
Redding, Cal., Sunday, the former to 1 I was knocked down and the ferocious
Estimates given on Electrical Plants, Electric House
make their future home and Mies Lydia ' beast was on top of me. She first caught
to make an extended visit to her brother, me by the right thigh, mashing the flesh
Wiring, and Special Designs furnished for Fire-Place Fur
John McCall, who is employed in Wells- ' from tbe bone. I made a desperate ef-
Fargo’s express office in that enterpris ■ fort to get up, when she seized me by
Agents for the new COLUMBIAN GRATE.
Nearly every day people come into drug
I rug niture.
the shoulder, mashing it, then snapped
Bt ores and ask the Druggists to recommend
Dr. J. G. Goble, the optician, will be
trouble. V ery
at the Hotel Oregon on Monday and I and for a miracle just missing tbe jugular
often they re
EGGS FOR HATCHING
fuse to do BO,
Tuesday, Feb. 11th and 12th.
Those vein. I continued in a blind way trying
because, as a
wishing glasses fitted or their eyes ex to do something, and thrust my hand in
rule, they do
amined please call at hotel. Glasses fit the bear’s mouth. She bit through my
not believe it
ted perfectly to all cases of failing or de hand and then caught me in tbe shoul
proper to ad
/Migdable Preparation for As
fective vision that glasses will remedy. der and bit into the hollow, which made
vise anyone to
take a patent
similating the Toed and Regula
“I suppose the bear thought me dead,
BREEDER OF H1GH-CLA88 POULTRY.
ting the Stamai±s and Bowels cf
The most effective little liver pills made for she now gave her attention to Eras-
which they do
ar* DeWitt’s Little Rany Risers. They tusandJoe. Each had a navy revolver
pot know the
Have mated three grand pens of Barred P. R ock *,
never gripe.—M c N air B ros .
tied over his shoulder with a buckskin
eggs, $1.00, $1 50 and $2.00, pr 13. S C. B. Leghorn*
• • • • J
is the physi
and Black Minorca«, $1.00, pr 13. Black Langaban*
Miss Carrie George, the postal tele string, but in the excitement and hurry
they pulled them so tight they could not
1 set, $1.00, 2 set, $1.50. My oird* only lacked on*
point at Oregon State Show of being aa good a*
building room adjoining theT. G. Kin get them untied. Joe fired at the bear
uess and Rest.Con tains neither
ney property, corner of Seventh and D with the pistol tied to him, and yelled
make an ex he beat.
Add ree*, JE. _A_. ZECIFÒTTSE!, Ro*ebarg, Oregon.
Opnun.Morphine nor Mineral.
street, on which is being erected a build to Erastus that the bear was coming
ing for use as a telegraph office. She The latter made up a limb on a log, the
N ot N arc otic .
___ a inyone has a cough, cold or throat and lung
expects to handle cigars and perhaps bear scraping his foot as be went up.
t] rouble. “I always recommend Acker’s Eng-
confectionery in connection therewith.— The bear now appeared to be master of
li ish Remedy, because I know just what It
V vill do. It has cured »very case where X
J: e and Erastus were in a mighty tight
For BOYS and YOUNG MEN. Conducted by the Benedictine Fathers. Healthfu
b lave seen it tried. It is the beet expectorant
Buy the Peerless Improved Plows of place. But good luck was to turn the
tonic I ever handled In my H years’ and attractive location(14 miles from Salem: 40 miles from Portland.) UOMPLETa
Emil'Peil. It will scour in any kind of tide for us; Joe fired at random with
Mean temp. 36 5; Max temp 57 on 13-17; experience. I will give ju3t one instance of and THROUGH preparatory, literary, scientific, classical, normal, commercial oours*.
soil and is guaranteed to give satisfaction his pistol and broke the bear’s back;
Min. temp. 12 on 10; total precip. inches, a gentleman who had been troubled for SPECIAL COURSES in mathematics, surveying, drawing, civil servic*. French.G*r-
in every way. For sale by Emil Peil, another shot broke her neck, and Eras 2.74;
Total snowfall. Inches, 16.7. No years with a nasty, hacking cough. I ad man. Spanish, Italian, shorthend, typewriting, telegraphy, maslc. A seperac* claaa ia
blacKsmith and dealer in all kinds of ag tus now turned loose on her aud emptied days clear,
11; partly cloudy, 3; cloudv, 17; vised Acker's Enpivh Remedy. He triod a provided for students who on account of farm labor wish to enter late in fall and leav*
ricultural implements, etc.
prevailing direction of wind, BE. Mean sample bottle, ana was cured before he had earlv in spring Academic Degrees and Teachers’ SUU Certificates and State Diplomas
his revolver into her body.
taken half of It, at no coat whatever. This
“By this time I had regained my sen temp Jan. 20 years. 37.1; below normal. 5; Is an exceptional ease, however, as it usually Conferred. Send for catalogue.
THE PRESIDENT MOUNT ANGEL COLLEGE,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McDowell and
rainfall 20 years, 2.53 in; above normal, 21
takes two or three bottles.”
Miss Irene McDowell are down from
A perfect Remedy forConslipa-
do so. I sat up and put my hand to my . in. Snowfall this month, 16,7 in.
ook , Bellefontaine, Ohio.
tion. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea,
Kilborn.—Oakland, Cal , Tribune En throat. I thought my jugular vein was
Sold at 25c., 50c., and $1 a bottle, through
Hillsboro, Or., Jan.
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish-
gineer McDowell returned to Ashland cut, and supposed of couise, I could not weeks ago oil was noticed floating on top out the Vai ted Status and Canada; and in
n«« and LOSS OF SLEEP-
England, at la. 2d., 2s. 8d.. 4s. 6d. If you
Friday and reports the funeral of the es
of a spring on the Trumbe ranch, seven
teemed and highly respected master bad I was hurt, and I told him my jugu or eight miles north vi this city. The are not satisfied after buying, retstrn tbe
IM Sunde Signature of
mechanic of Dunsmuir is being an im lar vein was cut. Then Erastus came oil was carefully gathered and taken to buttle to your druggist, ana get you mouey
pressive event in keeping with the best up and immediately turned to go awav. a Portland chemist, who pronounced it back. Wi tuMariu tte above ¡marmtee.
possible respect that could be shown by I called out not to leave me, as I could Al petroleum. The ranch has now been W. Jt S0Q££S A CV.> Prearitfcr.. New Yark^
men to a faithful co-laborer and upright not live long. When he came back and leased for development purposes, and a
I said all I asked of him was not to write
Sold by McNair Bros.
to my folks. They then took their silk company of Hillsboro men are making
V all « y R ecord job printing office.
handkrrehiefs and bound them around arrangement* to prospect and develope
WANTED.—Capable, reliable person in my neck. Erastus then asked bow many the region.
every county to represent large company of bears there were, and I said about 15 or
solid financial reputation; $936 salary per 16. Then bears and Indians would t “But why is it?” asked the tbought-
year, payable weekly; $3 per day absolute both be upon us soon, he said, aad he ful Chinese,
ium I x m*v
¡¿u to juui
ly sure and all expense*; straight bon* fide, grabbed me up, threw me overhisehoul-; heaven, while I' may not go to your
definite salary, no commission; salary paid der and started on a run, calling to Joe country?” The Americsn missionary
esoh Saturday and expense money ad-
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**k BTA n DABO HOWE, to bring the guns. After a time Joe said shrugged bis shoulders. “Tbqr* is do
Bnffu laMna tows,TO*tatamoPgaMha,
Mre. M. B. Moore Resiga* as Teacher
to Become the Bride of I he Clack-
amas County Lawyer.
Mrs. M E. Moore, for several years a
popular teacher in the public schools of
Ashland resigned her position last week
and left Monday evening for Portland,
her home. The directors elected Miss
Louise Ganiere to take her place and she
assumed her new duties Monday.
It is an open secret among all of the
teacher’s friends that she is soon to be
married to Hon. W. 8. U’Ren.of Oregon
City, well known all over this state as a
politician and who is engaged in the
practice of law at Oregon City. Mr.
U’Ren returned recently from South
Miss Rosa Dodge gave a very pleasant
afternoon tea at the residence of Ex-
•M ay or J. P Dodge Ia9t Saturday in honor
of Mrs. Moore, and it proved an interest
ing occasion to the following ladies:
.Mrs. M. E. Moore, Mrs. E. E. Washburn,
.Mrs.T F. Kershaw, Misses Anna Luster.
Alice Applegate, Julia Taylor, Edith
Brown, Jessie Wagner, Margaret Byere,
Carrie Bentlv, Nellie Ewan, Mary B
Leslie, Luella Carev, Lida Lottridge.
Mrs. J. W. Jordon of Pendleton ia vis
iting Mrs. A. F. Eddy.
Mrs. Oscar Goodell went to Yrek* Sat
urday to visit relatives.
Conductor and Mrs. E. H. Bristow are
now living at Hotel Oregon.
F. V. Medynski of Medford starts for
Alaska again in a short time.
Miss Lizzie Sutherland returned from
Hornbrook Friday to remain some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Storms, ar., and
children left Saturday for Oakland, Cal.
Mrs. Ella Million returned Sunday
from a vieit with her daughter in Port
Mrs. Warren Dodge returned to Med
ford Friday from a visit with Ashland
Vaupel, Norris & Drake will begin re
ceiving their new spring line of goods
Mrs. E. M. Young has gone to Min
neapolis, Minn., on an extended visit to
Katie Emmett in “The New Waif’s of
New York” at opera house next Satur
day. Feb. 9th.
Mrs. H. E. Davie of St. Paul, Minn.,
is visiting her folks, S. P. Jones’ family,
Co. Supt. P. H. Daily returned this
week from a visit with the Oregon legis
lature at Salem.
Bert Barnes returned to Grants Pass
Monday after an over Sunday visit with
his folks in Ashland.
Miss Gertrude John returned to Wil
liams creek last week from a two months
visit in San Francisco.
Mrs. W. A. Patrick and daughter, Miss
Ora, returned Monday from a visit with
Central Point relatives.
Ralph Lozier, whois braking out of
Roseburg, is spending a vacation in Ash
land where his parents reside.
P. B. Whitney returned Monday from
a visit with Mrs. Whitney and Mise
l-ouise at Salem and Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Taylor and daugh
ter left Saturday for Marysville, Cal., to
visit their Bons who are located at that
You can have your choice cheap—
medium or high grade furniture. Prices
.according to quality but always low. J.
Wm. Fox and A. E. Graham are the
newly elected chief and assistant chief of
Ashland Hose Co. No. 1, elected Friday
Carpets of all kinds and descriptions
at Vaupel, Norris & Drake’s, . Give
them a call before you get ready
down your new carpets.
E. C. Luger who has been vieiting
his brother-in-law, Elder John Arnold,
for the past three months left Sunday
for his home at Reno, Nev.
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