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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1901)
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Mrs F. M. Parrish is visiting at Salem
Miss Charlotte Stimson returned Sat
urday from Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Day were over
from Hornbrook Friday.
Winfield Hughes has returned from
the Chico normal school.
Mrs. Mary Roae went to San Francisco
Monday to visit her aona.
Geo. Pareou haa joined his brother in
a surveying party in Texas.
Mra. Cal la Long went to Little Sbaata
Saturday to visit James F. Long.
District Attorney A. E. Reames ar
rived Sunday from Lake county.
Attorney H. L. McWilliams waa at
8iakiyou Monday on legal buainese.
J. T. Robertson returned to Grants
Pass Friday from Klamath county.
Knew the Uy itched Calvin Hall.
THE LATE JES-^E GAGE.
Normal Elocution Contest.
R. A. Payne, the plasterer of this city,
The class in elocution he’d their an
Blame the Klamaths For the War
An Oregon Pioneer ot 1844 Passes
formerly lived neighbors to Galvin Hall
contest last Saturday evening in
To His Reward.
near Lookout, Modoc county, and re That Brought Their Downfall.
Died—At Medford June 1st, 1901, Jesse
Gage, sued 76 i ears 7 months and 9 days.
Deceased was born in Missouri Oct 22.
1822, and made his home there until 1844
when he emigrated to Oregon wbere he has
since made his home. Being one of the
oldest pioneers of our state he had went
through many hardships during the In
dians wars in which he toot an active
part. He was in the first battles of the
Umpqua Valley and finally as an end of
the Indians wars of Oregou ha helped to
haul the Modocs from Jacksonville to
Yreka. He has been in good health until
four months ago when an incurable disease
attacked him. He took s'ck at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. A. H. Osborn, of
Tolman spnngs, but after a few weeks he
was removed to Medforii where medical
treatment was more available. He leaves
to mourn bis loss 4 children viz: Mrs. C, E.
Wilkinson. Mrs A. H. Osborn, Mrs, Rose
Wood and J. D. Gage, also 24 grand child
ren and 3 great grand children. The re-
maius were laid to res' at the Civil Bend
Jack Bailey left Tuesday for Wagner cemetery Sundae. June 2nd. His last rest
ing place is be-ide his wife who bid fare
butte range to prospect the country.
well to this earth many years ago. His re
Mrs H. L. McWilliams went to Jack latives feel truly grateful to Dr. W, 8.
sonville Sunday to visit Mre. J. W. Opp. Jones and his wife for their Klnlnes- ar the
time of their late bereavement. Also to
Ivan Humison, the Gold Hill miilman, the many friends who met them in Doug
8pent Saturday in Ashland on a business las county and assisted them so kindly in
doing their last dnty to the dear old grand
members Hall distinctly as the best edu
cated and most enlightened and intelli
gent citizen of that part of the country.
Mr Hall and Mr. Payne were instru
mental in organizing the first school dis-
trict in that section and Mr. Pavne re-
meinbers him particularly as a very
public spirited citizen especially iu the
matter of promoting educational inter
ests, not only encouraging the levying
of taxes to erect and maintain schools,
but frequently going into his own pri
vate means towards doing so. Mr. Hall,
in spite of the fact of being a .“squaw
man” was the foremost citizen of the
section and a prominent figure in the re
publican county conventions of Modoc
county. He had discussed his family
connections with Mr. Payne and ad
mitted it was a mistake he fell into in
the early days of the country, realized
the drawback it was to hint since the
county became settled up with white
families, and often asked himself what
is a man to do in such a case. Answer
ing hie own enigma h< said there was
nothing to do but to live it out. Mr.
Payne said no one ever considered him a
thief or capable of becoming on ••
E A. Burbank, in the Chicago Even
ing Post writes from Qua paw" Agency.
Indian Territory, about the last of the
Modoc Indians, as follows:
. The Modocs who took part in the
Modoc war in the lava beds of Southern
Oregon were sent here as prisoners im
mediately after the Modoc war, ard fif
ty of them are still living, including,
men, women and children. There are
only twelve men and all took part in
the war. Captain Jack, their chief, and
three other Indians were hanged. Cap
tain Jack’s sister, who is called Princess
Mary, lives here Her chin is tattooed
with straight lines running from her
mouth to below her chin, as a sign of
mourning for her brother.
Two of the Modoc chiefs sat for po-
traits for me. Il is interesting to bear
them relate their experiences during the
war. Chief Yellow Hatnmar, who is
sitting for me now in Modoc costume,
says the Klamath Indians were the
cause of the trouble. He declares tjiey
deceived the Modocs and the whites.
The Klamath Indians would kill cattle
belonging to the whites and then would
tell the whites the Modocs did it. Chief
Lalow-sheus, or Miller Charlie, as he is
called by the whites, asserts that the
cause of the Jlo.loc war was that the
Modocs were starving, that the agent
did not furnish them food due them and
that their chief, Capt. Jack, notified the
agent that if it was not sent at a certaiu
time they would be compelled to leave
the reservation and fish and lint t to ob
tain food, which they finally did. and it
resulted in war.
I asked Chief Yellow Hammer if they
had good weapons. He replied : “Yes ;
as good as the soldiers,” anil that Capt,
Jack had plenty of money made from
selling skins, etc., and furnished them
with all the atnmunilion they needed.
He says that before the tight Capt. Jack
called all his Indians together and ex
plained to tl ent how matters stood, and
then told them that all who wished to
fight for the Modocs should coma over
on his side. Chief Yellow Hammer says
that about 300 ir.cludingmen ami squaws
went to Capt. Jack’s side The Modocs
here are quite industrious—more so than
anj’ of the other tribes living on this res
ervation. Each man has forty acres of
land. The older people receive rations
once a month.
Ashland & Klamath Falls
STAGE <- LINE
Chautauqua tabernacle, under the di
rection of Prof. I E Vining.
Most of the speakers were in costume,
making a pleasing effect. The sole, lions
were mostly in tbe form of monohtgues.
Thoroughly Restocked and
Miss Josephine Crow of Merlin, was
awarded the medal.
The judges were Mrs. J. C. IVbipp of
Jacksonville, Mrs. R. M. Foster of Ash ROBERT M.
land, and W. I. Vawter of Medford.
There were about seven hundred peo
ple present. The following was the pro
Instrumental Trio, “Martha de Flotow” Quickest Route to
Misses Durham, Pelton and Eddy.'
Vocal Trio. “Down the Dewy Dell”
Misses Johnson, Durham and Silsbv.
“Annie O’Brien”............................ Dallas
Goes by Barron, Slake,
M. R. Bates.
Soda Springs, Parkers and
“For God and Country”..............Russell
Keno; also liest connections
Miss A. Moore
witn stage lines from Klam
“As the Moon Rose”................. Phelps
ath Falls to Bonanza, Bly
Miss F. Cambers.
«nd Lakeview, Ft. Klamath
“Where the Lillies Bloom” ......... Pieur
and Indian Agency.
Mr. A. Thornton.
“Annunciata”................................ Fanton Passengers, Baggage, Express & Freight
Miss J. Crow.
Mn«t be Waybilled.
“Old Benedict Arnold”............... Phelps
Mr E Shepherd
Piano Solo, “Titiana”....
Miss B. Eddy.
“Cieeds of the Bells”............... Buncay
Master Harrison Howell.
Mixed Quartet, "O Hush Thee My Baby”
253 BROADWAY, NEW Y o A k .
Misses Silsby, Messrp. R. Burnett
and F. Neil.
55-00 per Annum.
“A few months ago, food which I a’e for
Frank Jeffers and family of Yreka
breakfast would n >t remain on my stomach
have moved back to Jackson county to
for half an hour. I .used one bottle of your
Kudbl Dyspepsia Cure and can now eat tuy
The Jillson mine manager, J. Sullivan, breafcfast
and other nteaies with a re'ish
Ray Helman is visiting Klamallton has struck a two foot ledge running $63
The Medford public achoola closed last
and ^ty foodis thoroughly diggesied. Noth
ing equals Kodol Dvspepsia Cure for
Estate of Alfred Carter. Max Muller, week the high school exercises taking ton.
stontacb troubles’ II 8. I itts, Arlington
administrator; order confirming the sale place Friday, the graduates being as
follows: Leon B. Haskins, R. J. Mick
Representative W. A. Carter of Gold Mattern of Ashland is in on a deal to Tex Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what
of real property
c N air B bos .
Estate of EL Tollman. E D Briggs, ey, D. P. Webber, and Eugene Rhine- Hill spent Saturday and Suuday in Ash commence work on oneof the best mines you eat.—M --------------------
administrator; order fixing Tuesday. 9cb
in Siskiyou county.
Mr. Mattern is a
Of Local Interest He<e.
My little son had an attack of wfr op
SI.50 per Annum.
day of July, as the date of final settle
ing cough and was threatened pn nmotiia
Wm. S. Ladd, the Portland banker, good man and a miner.
From Lakeview Rustler.]
kins. A singular feature of the class
but for Chamberlian’s Cough Kenedy
for Klamath county Monday on
Estate of Eliza Anderson
we would have bad a serious tin e of it.
a fishing trip.
the south with his little daughter which City. Idaho, the last of the week having
bard appointed administrator; ordered being boys. The school in some re- 1
M. A. Eddy, the blacksmith at tbe bis wife stole seven- years ago.
made the trip across the desert on his
that citation to appear to hear petition ppects haa musical features that are un
tacks oi croup.—H. J. Strickfaden. editor
there being a brass band of 16 | Pokegama logging camp, visited Ash-
wheel. Mr. Leuion in connection with
for sale of real estate be continued until usual,
World He* a’d, Fair Haven, Wash. For
and this week.
Tuesday, 7th of August.
p .pering a fine building at which he is Dr. J. S. Herndon is opening up a drug
sale by all dru.-eists.
store at New Pine Creek. For the paet
Estate of Phoebie J Bendure. G M
, Miea Mabel Beach and J. J. Sturgill
years Orange has been teaching
Love is cited to appear and show cause Octette, and a Glee Club of 30.
visited the Fraternal Union lodge at
The people of Henley and Hornbrook three
st hool iu Idaho. His partner, Dr. Hern
Last week W. W. Bretherton, tax Medford Saturday.
why he ehall not be removed as guardian
are pleased to know that Ashland has a don, has made manv friends since his
and claims agent for the Southern Pacific
Mra. Wm Williamson and infant are splendid prospect for a big fruit crop.
location in the county a year ago, and is
Estate of Alfred Carter. Max Muller, railroad, put in appearance at the county
from Albany on a visit to her moth
The smallpox ecare is over anil busi a successful practitioner with but liabil
administrator; ordered that the 6th day seat and banded over to Sheriff Ornte the out
ness is running in full blast at Klama- ity and experience.
of July shall be set for final settlement modest sum of $19,400.00, the same be* * er, Mra. R. M. Foster.
ing the amount of tax due the county on
of said estate.
Mrs. J. O. Johnson and three children thon.
R. A. Paxton and two sons of I ake-
Stonide Floor Paint, - -
National Wagon Paint,
Estate of A L Reuter. C W Kahler, the cnmpanv's property for the year ( of Medford left Saturday fot Pacific
President Chas. M Hays and General view are driving a band of 9000 head of
executor; order discharging the executor.
Grove to spend the summer.
sheep from that place to the railroad at
Estate of Dav d Dunlap. A M Ford, the last year on the road-bed, rolling
Continental Household Paint, and CÊMENTICO.
They estimate it will take
Mrs. H. Barnes is visiting her daugh Hornbrook last Thursday remaining Sisson.
administrator ; semi-annual account ren stock and lands of the 8. P. R. R. Co., ter,
three months to make the trip.
dered, ordered placed on the journal of for Jackson county.
Day the glad hand.
N«wa in tho Music Worl I.
Albany from a visit in California.
Mrs Ed. Caeebeer of Bly, has been
Henlev will celebrate the 4th of July.
^"^FRUIT BOXES AND MILL WORK
quite sick the past few days. She is im
Estate of Rose Chavner. R McAn- Rev J. U. Simmons will be the oretor,
Art lovers who enjov mtisic as well
Engineer and Mrs. H. G. VanVactor
brews, .administrator; appraisement of G. W. Fowler the reader, and N. A. left
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
property preeeutedand ordered approved Buckner the marshal of the day. The 1 a specialist look into bis hearing.
Roes Finley ot Bly, has been quite sick Rosev’s latest march, published this
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
dy the court.
proceeds go to the wagon road down the
the fever and mumps, but is rapid month, is called the ‘Gainsborough,’ af
For Sale—12x14 five foot wall tent lor , A>1 druggists refund the money if it fails to
ter the famous painting which was lost
Estate of Haskel Amy. 8 J Day, ad Klamath river.
1 sale. Apply to E. H. Silsbee, north ■ cure, Is. W. Grove’s signature is on each ly improving so we understand.
for twenty-five years, The new march
ministrator; order setting August 6th as
of Boulevard, 2 miles from town.
I box. 25c.
Ed Armstrong and his brother Ben is another ‘Honey-moon,’the composer’s
day of final settlement.
Pythias, has elected the following of
left here for Seattle Monday.
Dr. J. W. Odger8 and Miss Harriet
first tremendous success.
The S. P. company’s freight and pas fleers: C. C., L E. Bender; V. C., F. Odger8
left Medford Saturday to join the
Music lovers whose favorite ballad was
Joe Asderson of Ashland is spending a
senger receipts for Ashland during the G. Strange; prelate, Wm. Patterson; | balance of the family at San Francisco.
‘Little Georgia Rose’ will be interested
nix’have located at Lakeview.
few days at the Springs.
M at A , H C. Stock ; M. of W., R. J.
month of May was $10,000.
to learn that the same authors, Max 8.
J. E. Fose returned to Talent Friday
8haw;O. G , J. A. Bailey; I. G., C. B.
John Lindsay of Grants Pass is one of
Witt and Robert F. Roden, have anoth
Stop« tbe Cough
the guests at Hotel Tolman.
er beautiful ballad entitled ‘We Were
and work» off tbe Cold.
Happy Once Together, Kate and I.’
Mrs. Geo. Simpkins of Grants Pass is
The county commissioners court last
the body, Sinking at the pit of thesiomach,
Mr. and Mrs Lee Rodgers left Monday spending a few day here.
Mary Mannering has just sent her
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a week appropriated $250 for the improve
approbation to a new set of w'altzes,
cold in one day.
No Cure, no Pay. ment of the new Dead Indian road, the tor Pullman, Wash , to make their home
Fred Parsons and Dr. Burnett of Ash
Sores are all positive evidences of impure called after her name and dedicated to Haa arrived, comprising Cheap,
Price 25 cents.
citizens having subscribed $275. The where Mr. Rogers has property interests. land drove out with their ladies Sunday.
No matter bow it becameso.it
Medium and High Grade goods
and Best Variety
court also contributed $150 toward the
Hon. Eugene A. Sherwin took Sun Tom Tolruan of the Springs is spending must be puribed in order to obtain good her by a talenteJ actress, Miss Julia
in Southern Oregon
improvement of the summer road up day’s train for Portland to attend the a few days in Ashland.
health. Acker's Blood Elixer h is never
A o heavy Oil Opaque Cloth of different widths, from which we make
Rogue river to Ft. Klamath, citizens Masonic grand lodge
failed to cure Scrofulous or Syphilitic poi
Mr. and Mrs. Hill of Barron were up on sons or any other blood diseases,
‘I’m Going to Live Anyhow Until I Odd Size and Wide Shades in colors to match stock goods. Our Btock of
ANDRE—In Ashland, June 9, 1901, to having contributed $187 by subscription.
PoriiereB and Lace Curtains is complete.
Ex-Mayor J. R Casey returned Fri a fishing excursion Friday.
certainly a wonderful remedy, and we sell Die,’ is the quaint title of an od I philo
Congressman Tongue was on Satur day from Santa Monica, Cal., where he
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Andre, a daughter.
Do not fail to see us when in need of Carpets, Rugs,
Hillery Parker of Asblan t spent Friday every bottle on a positive guarantee. Me- sophical coon song.
day’s train for southern Calffornia to has been for his health.
N aib B ros .
at the Hotel.
CRAMER—In Grants Pass, Saturday, join
congressional committee on
June 1, 1901, to Mr. and Mre. T. P. rivers the
R. R Redwine, the irrepressible
Mrs, Meiiis of Ashland drove up Sunday
Prices according to Quality,
and harbors who are taking in the
and other pta-s.
Cramer, a son.
water ways of the coast. They will come “Kid” of railroad fame, has been paying to make arrangements for the coming of a
But Always Low
'The Art of Picking Fowl’ is an odd
lady from Sacramento,
Margaret Vanhardenberg to E S Stineon,
HARVEY—At Medford. June 1,1901, to up the coast. Mrs. Tongue and their bis folks on the McCloud a visit.
Mr and Mrs. H. H. Harvey, a son.
Mr. Britt of Portland agent for the S P,
daughter, Mrs. A. E. Reames of Jack
Tom Roberts visited Roseburg last
Ben Haymond to Chas K Bay, 115 acres Helf. Those in search of a laughing hit
was here a couple of days looking after
week but reports that the rumor that Go.
VON BENZON—In San Francisco, June sonville, are accompanying him.
n sec 22, twp 30, $200
should bo sure and get it.
the interest of the Co in' this vicinity.
E M Blevins and wife to J VV Dunkin,
4, 1901, to Mr and Mrs. A. W. Von
Jack Harbin of Ft. Klamath was ar he will take a saloon there was prema
*A Picture Without a Frame’ is the
Mr. find Mrs I.anderson who have be n 117 acres in sec 28. twp 36. $1500.
Benzon, (nee Miss Carolyn D. Roper,) rested last week by deputy U. S Mar ture.
of anew ballad by Al Wilber and
spending a few weens at the Springs have
James W Dunkin to C R Kay, I'■ acres in
shal A. A. Morse and taken to Portland
Harry Jones which has won much
Mias Lyle Watson, tbe Grants Pass returned to their home at Coquiie
see 37. twp 36. $fXX).
charged with selling liquor there for stenographer, returned Sunday from a
It has a beautiful descip'ion ot
J W Odgers to Wii'ttm McClanahan, 265 favor.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Brown of Napavine. acres
years without securing a license. Lately visit of nearly a week with her folks iu Wash,
scenes in it, coupled to a sweet
are at tbe Hotel where Mr. Brown
J A Black to £ D Elwood property in melody.
he secured a license and has now been Ashland.
is taking mud baths for rheumatism*
Medford, deed to correct defective title.
jerked up for selling the stuff to the Red
The above publications are issued this
Mrs. A. L. Harvey returned to Gold
CLINTON —CHANDLER —At Keno, man, Jack formerly res ded at Willow
Fox and Good of Ashland are seen at the
month liy Jos. W. Stearn & Co., the
Springs almost daily. The tourists seem
June 1. 1901, Win. L Clinton anil Miss Springs in thia county.
‘House of Hits,’ who are also agents for
EJ Davidson, placer claim in Missouri
and Mrs. J. A. Harvey, in Mendocino to know good rigs when they see them.
Pearl D. Chandler, both of Klamath
the celebrated 8. 8. Stewart Bai j 's and
Flat district May 23.
Engineer MeRea of the Medford-Butte county, Cal.
county, by J L. Padgett, J. P-
Dr. Clive Major of Grants Pass came up
IIJ Hobbs, quertz claim in Wards creek the George Bauer Mandolins and Gui
creek water ditch was in Ashland Sat
tars. They wtl be pleased to send their
Leo. Hopkins, arrived last week from on the stage Saturday. The Dr. is not in district, May 31.
G ALBRAITH—ORM E—At Grants Pass, urday accompanying his wife this far on
very good health and will remain a few
0 W Cook, placer claim in Steamboat illustrated catalogue free, upon applica
June 3, 1901, Harvey Galbraith and a trio to San Francisco. He reports the Orient, having taken in China and days.
district June 4.
tion to their main offices, 34 E 21st St.,
Miss Rosa A. Orme, Rev. N. F. Jenkins that they have one mile of ditch com the principal parts ot the east. He will
C K M'xier, placer claim in Steamboat New York.
land Sunday v:z; Messrs. Wm. and John
Geo Shepherd, having sold his eheep, Aitken. J.H. Dutton Mrs. Lakin and two A DSperry, placer claim in Steamboat
LEWIS—STOCK WELL—At Klamath
Only One Way to l>o It.
O. L. Dunlap, of Phoenix, went to
district, June 4.
Falls, June 2, 1901, Charles C. Lewis Lakeview last week, making the trip in left Monday’ with his family for Long children and Miss Frances Tozier.
Portland to Chicago in 72 hours
aud Miss Caroline W. Stockwell, by two and a half days. He is visiting his Beach, Cal , to make their residence iu
—just 3 days.
district, June 4.
Rev. C. A. Stockwell.
brother, Sheriff Horace Dunlap, and
Frank A Hartzell, placer claim in Steam Special,” leaving Portland daily at 9 a. ui.
via O. It & N„ arrives at Chicago at 9:30
“My dear S'r,” exclaimed Lawyer boat district, June 4.
Col. Chas. Coggswell was on Friday’s
SIMONS—PERRY—In Grants Pass, thinks of locating there. Clarence Dun
L W Smith, quartz claim in Forest creek tbe third day. New York and B >ston are
June 5, 1901, John H. Simons and lap is running a billiard parlor at train en route to Portland from Lake Bartholomew Livingston, meeiing the district
reached tbe fourth day.
This train, ac
J une 4.
view and A. S. Hammond returned to Rev. Dr. Archibald Windham ou the
Minnie May Perry, both of Josephine Lakeview.
Spring Street, Ashland, Ore.
W K Stansell, quartz claim in Foots creek knowledged to be the fastest between the
county, Rev. Robert Leslie officiating.
Articles have been filed incorporating
district, June 4.
Northwc-t and the Hast, is soiid'y vestl-
Keystone of Oregon G M & M Co by F buled and its equipment is unsurpassed.
The Rogue River Valley Oil Company, ‘ A sea of shirt waists of all styles and I thought you were laid up with all aorta
Voyle, q c Jackson creek dist, J une 5.
Pullman drawing room sleeping cars, free
Medford, $250,000; A. B. Bliton, J. A. colors at Vaupel, Norris & Drake’s. of bad diseaeee!”
“And eo I was,” replied the reverend
Frank Carson, q c, Applegate d.st, June reclining chair cars, and unexcelled dining
Perry. F. M. Stewart, G. H. Howland, They a>e eo attractive they will coax on
cars, the meals on which are equal to those
gentleman, “I bad an attack of indigeet 7, 01.
the summer weather. Try them.
served at the very best hotels Kerpamber
GAGE—At Medford, June 1, 1901, Jesse T. E. Hills.
IJST ALL BK>A.JSTOTÏES.
ton and from that time on my whole
T. A. Reavis and family arrived last system baa been in a disordered condit*
Thomas Maple, Birkbeck, Ill., wr tes: “1 this train runs solid Portland to Chicago:
David L. Allen of Klamath Falla has
Gage, aged 79 years.
week from Malheur county and_will ion until I began taking Hood’s Sara.t- had a very bad case of kidney trouble and there is no change of cars, and the good of
.McDONOFGH—In Willow 8prings pre been granted a $6 per month pension.
it is. it costs no more to ride on it than on
make Ashland their future home, They panlla which haa put me on my feet and ruy back pained me bo I could not other
The 4th ciaae postmasters of Marion are
ciuct, June 7,1901, James McDonough,
straighten up. The doctor’s treatment
We have oil er trains—The ‘Tacific Ex
county met at Salem Saturday and ef
did me no good. Saw Foley’s Kidney
i.'ged 75 years.
Cure advertisied and took one bo'tle which press’’ leaves Portland daily at 9 p. nt- via
an organization. There were 19
----- FIRST-CLASS WAGON WORK.------
OW EN—At Round Grove, Klamath fected
and tfie ‘‘Spokane Flyer"
The following people were up from “This same medicine rated my wife of cured me and 1 have not been affected Htmtingtoq,
leaves at d p, m. daily via Spokane for St.
cou lty, May 30, 1901, James Owen,
Friday evening to attend the
Paul and the East.
Jeptha Green, chait man of the Rose Medford
aged 74 years, 5 months and 12 days.
Native Daughters entertainment.; Mi“8 When they aay ita the fyest medcine T.K. B oston .
For rates, sleeping car reservations, etc.,
The Odd Fellows are having estimates call on or write to any O. R. & N agent, or
WHLT7TNGTON—At Talent, June 5, has called a county convention of social Alta Naylor, Mesdaoes F. L. Cr&nfill,
“Yes, yea, ao they do,” replied the and plans prepared for their new $5,000 write to
1901, Wm. Whittington, aged 56 years. ists for that place on June 17th to effect A. X Sears, A. T. Drisko, J. H. Butler,
A. L. C raig ,
miuiater, and the two passed on.
WALKER— In Medford, June 7, 1901, a county organization.
Rev. J. Stitt
General I’assenger Awit.
Opp. 1.0.0. r., HUI.
Danger, disease and death follow neglect
For iron pipe and fittings go to W. N.
Mrs. Prudence Walker, sged 89 years. Wilson will expound the theories of
A Pleasant Way tq Travel.
qf the bowels. Use DeWitt’s Little Ear.y
socialism on that occaaaion.—Roseburg Grubb 4 Co. hardware dealers.
Illiev and the Violin.
Z’JLIJSTTS, ZE’-A^IUSTTEZEdS’ TOOLS, '
Tbe most delightful route of trayel to the Kisers to regulate them and you wiiiadd
BILLS—In Scott Valley, June 3, 1901, Plaiudealer.
Mrs. Edwards and children returned East is t)y way of Salt Lake City—the City years to your life and life to yotir years.
It. has been noticed that nt. all the
Mrs. R. W. Bills, aged 58 years.
Luckey Baldwin, the notorious roue of home to Phoenix Sunday from a family of the Saints—arid the Rio Oran ie West Easy to take, never gripe.—M c N air B ros . entertainments given by James Whit
Railway, tn conjunction with either the
California was on Monday's south bound reunion at Red Bluff, Cal. Her brother, ern
comb Riley there is always a violin
B uilding P apkbs , W bappdo P apers and T wines . ARTISTS’ MATERIALS.
WANTED.—Capable, reliable person in train from Cape Nome, He had the ap Oscar Hussey, whom she has not seen iu Denver A Rio Grande or Colorado Mid
solo on the programme.
every county to represent larxecompany of pearance of an invalid and was being J5 years, and his family from Anaconda, land Railroads. This route not only car
ries the passenger through the Heart of the
solid financial reputation; $936 -alary per
never an exception to the rule. His
Mon,, »erg present.
Rocky Mountains and in view of the most
year, payable weekly; $3 per day absolute waited upon by a good looking young
manager says the custom is followed
ly sure and all expenses;straight bona tine, woman.
Mrs C U. Snider, representing Orient
out of deference to Riley, although
definite -alary..no commission; salarv paid
Putnam Fadless Dyes do not stain the Chapter. O E. 8 , and Lake Shore lodge, and Pullman tickets a: q iatnt and pictures white auuy m will »nd foundry with p pereistent it is pot known that he ever re
each Saturday and expense money ad
kettle. Sold by Degree of Honor, arrived from Lakeview que Salt Late City, Glenwood Springs. Cough. You nave seen hundreds of them die with quested such a favor. There is a
vanced each week STANDARD HOL8E. bands or spot the
last week and after visiting the family Manitou, Denver, etc. Through Pullman that terrible disease, consumption. Yop have seen
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left penniless, and children thrown upon •tory back of that. It appears that
of her brother, A. McCallen, left Satur- Palace and Ordinary Sleepers. Free Reclin S’lves
e mercies of the cold world, because the father
Will T. Boyd of Lakeview was on Sat for Portland.
ing Chairs Cars and a Pe-fect Diuing Car coughed his life nway. The air you breathe Riley’s ambition early in life wm to
urdays train for the Masonic and A. O.
day is full of sharp, metallic dust, which is be a violinist. He is quoted es say
D yspbpsia can bb C ubkd bv using Ack Service via this route to Denver, Omaha, every
inhaled into tbe lungs and irritates their delicate
U. W. grand lodges at Portland.
ers’ Dyspepsia Tablets. One litt:e Tablet Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago Per lining. In the case of glass blowers, the fierce ing tftat an accident spoiled a mighty
will give immediate relief or money re sonally conducted weekly tourist excurs
Sheriff Orme was here Saturday.
flrie fiddler to make a second-rate
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ions. For printed matter rates, e‘zt.. In
R. N. NASON'S PAINT!
J. P. Dodge, fe
“Our Patent Flour
W. J. VIRGIN & CO., PROP’S
TRIMBLE & CO
Plow Work and Horse-Shoeing a Specialty.
THE JOHN BARRETT CO.
funded. Sold in handsome tin boxes at
quire oiU. D. Mansfield, General Agent, lij
M c N air B ros .
A. Third S’., Portland, Orl, or Geoi W,
Wm. Beagle and eon Jim went to the Helatz. General Passenger Agent. Salt
Poflee Caps Which Failed to Record Spencer mine Monday where he, togeth Lake City.
SEVENTY-FOUR MILES AN HOUR, 25ct8.
er with Phillip Mullen and J. P. Gilmore
of Ashland are sinking a shaft on a rich
To a Washtugiou group Col Wells H. streak of ore recently discovered. They
Blodgett of St. Louis told a story of rail will soon mill about 20 tons of the rich
road travel which eaueed his hearers to ore at the etamp mill on the ground.
mufvel. His theme was the improve
"I bad a running sore on nty breast for
ment of transportation facilities in the
over a year,’’ Bay» Henry R. Richards of
Every thing, Both New and these advantage are coining eo rapidly Willseyxille, N. Y . and tried a great many
remedies, but got no reliet until I used
and with eo little mention thftt most Banner Salve. After using one-half box,
I Wfts perfectly cured. I cannot recom
Stores: Mai 1 St., and 4th St., near Depot people do not appreciate them.
it too highly.” T. K. B olton .
‘ Un « a!retch of the Wabash recently.” mend
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Col. Blodgett Wid, “several of us were
at breakfast. The coifse cups stood so
evenly that, although they were full not
a drop splashed over tbe side. Conver
sation turned upon speed, and one who
was at tbe table remarked that he bad
often desired to realize what a rapid rate
IM Voa Ilan «ways Besght meant,” .quotes the Jiev York Mail and
Express. “He said he had boeu on the
New York Central when It was claimed
that the train was going sixty miles an
hour, but he had hia doubts about it, be
cause the jar did not indicate anything
“At the time of thia conversation the
car u xm which we were taking a m-al
did not seem to be making any unsual
For Infants and Children.
time. We discusebd the sense of speed
it would be expressed by tbe traveler.
The Kind You Have Always Bought as
Aw a matter of curiosity, we asked the
conductor to look at the registering ap
paratua at the end of the car. He came
back and reported the traiq w» going i
ranges, grani»?ware an l tin
furniture, bedroom suite», bed
steads apring niattrawM. carpats, and
matting. Agent fur John Deere buggt£9,
wagnna a bd implements.
S. 0. FURREY
e verything for the
Cl/ANQ ASHLAND, OR
Ijlp Speed or the Train.
wlI*B an hWiTe ■
The billious, tired, nervous man cannot
successfully compete with his healthy rival.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers the famous
p i s for constipation will remove the cause
of your troubles.—M c N air B bos .
E xperience Is Tn a B ust T eacher . Use
Acker’s English Remedy in any case of
cougfls, colds or croup. Should it fail to
give immediate relief money refunded-
25cts. and 50cts. E ugene A. bhehwin .
Prof. M. G. Royal, formerly the head
of the old Ashland College, is now prac
of the molten glass forces Its way up the
ticing law at Olympia, Wash , and is heat
tube into the lungs where it gradually breaks
city attorney of that town.
down their delicate structure, making every cold
ft danger to life. You can’t Afford to quit work
ing and are daily exposed to this fatal dust ana
intense heat. What you and your friends need
is Acker’s English Remedy. This will make your
throat and lungs strong again. It will heal the
irritation, brace up your strength, and you need
pever lo-fe a day’s work. I hare ncticefi that IP
kome mills thcr6 are no cases of Consumption.
The reason is that Acker’s English Remedy 13
Mrs. M. 8. Stireifralt returned home used by the men working there.
to Traver, Cal., Sunday after a visit with Sold at 25c., 50c. and 41 a bottle, throughout
the United States and Canada; and in England
her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Moore, in at
Is. 2d., 2s. 3d., 4s. 6d. If you are not satisfied
after buying, return the bottle to your druggist,
¡sad get your money back.
Dyspeptics cannot be long lived because
«aPtoriw the above guaranlN.
to live requires nourish meat. Food is not
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nourishing until it is digested. A dis
ordered stomach cannot digest food, it
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must nave assistance, Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure digests all kinds of food without aid
from tbe stomach, allowing it to re-t and
regain its nat iral functions. Its elements
are exactly tbe same as the natural digest- to sell if you don’t advertise? See what
gnar cornytftitsiB art doing In T hs
Mr. F. D. Arnold, Arnold,la.,writes: He
was troubled with kidney disease about
three years. Had to get up several times
during the night but three bottles of Foleys
Kidney Cure ejected a complete cure, he
feels better tuan he ever di t and recom
mends it to his friends. T. K. B olton .
How Do You Expect
poet, but then people may not agree
with him on that aoore. When he
was a young tnan he exercised a fiddle
a good deal. It is said that when lie
began j-.nreticing out on the front
porch the neighbors went in and
closed the doors and windows, no
matter how hot it might be, but that
may be a slander. At any rate, Riley
wanted to lie a violinist, and p;as
getting greatly ^rapped
studies when he met with an accident
that caused the losa of his left
thumb. This made it impossible for
him to pursue his violin practice, and
the songs that were struggling for
utterance through the medium of the
violin found escape through verse,
and the world is better off on account
of his accident.
r.t<i weakness for the fiddle,
and that is the reason there is al
ways a violin solo in the entertain
New Co mpvtitor for Wheat Trade.
The far ncvlhwest has entered into
eonipetition with the Mississippi valley
for the wheat ttadc of the world. A
British steamer has loaded wheat at
Tacoma for Liverpool via the Suez
ean31- The Cape Horn route is short
er, but is less desirable because of the
cost of and difficulty in procuring coal.
tjuMk CteUvarr—TM WnUz brigosa».
Importers and Dealers in
Tile Flooring, Electroliers,
and Incandescent Lamps.
Estimates given on Electrical Plants, Electric House
Wiring, and Special Designs furnished for Fire-Place Fur
niture Agents for the new COLUMBIAN GRATE.
I This treat VagataMe
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will quickly cure you of all ner-
or <fls<xsea of the
— generative orpai.g, such es Lost Manhood.
InsomnlaJ’alnsln the hnck.feemtnal .Emissions. Nervous Debility,
Fimples, VtAtnesa to Marry, Exlianating Drains, Varicocele and
Constipation, 11 stops all loraes by day or night Prevents qnick-
yees al discharge, which If not checked leads to Spermstorrbcaa and
_ irves all the horrors of Im potency. CCPIDEKE cleanses tbs 11 ver, tba
nitrvKa Aha ArTcn x!anej.gsnd tbeurlnary organs ot all imparl tiea ,
CtPIltrSE strengthens and reetores small weak orgacs.
Tbo reason sufferers n-e not cured by Doctors Is becuuse ninety per cent are troubled with
ProaUatltla. CPriDENE Is the only known remedy to cure vrliboul an operation. MOO testlmotd-
«K A written ruarantre given and money returned If six boxes does not effect a permanent cure.
$LXn box, six for (3.09, by maJL bend tor razz circular and testlmoniala
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