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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1901)
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ASHLAND, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 20. 1901.
a SHL/ND, OREGON
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ing to the VALLEY RECORD for •
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Ladies’ Shirt Waists ...
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50 cents up
Fine Line of Ladies’ and Men’s Underwear,
various shades, colors and prices.
Crause & Brandegee’s celebrated Men’s Clothing
20th Century boys’ and youths’ clothing
WM. YEO & CO.,
Nininger Block, near Depot, Ashland,- Or.
Socialists to Organize.
J. B. Osborne of Atlanta, Georgia, ar
rived in Ashland Saturday from Med
ford and lectured on behalf of socialism
on the plaza in the afternoon and even
ing. A socialist club will be organized
next Saturday. It will be Don partizan
in politics and is aimed to place the Ash
land socialists in contact with the social
ist lecturers and literature throughout the
country and to push the initiative and
referendum amendment to the constitu
tion of Oregon which will be voted upon
next June. D. M. Brower was elected
temporary secretary of the meeting held
Mrs. Rosa Block ot Seventh etreet in
San Francisco has been arrested for
breaking the window of a saloon with
a potato masher. When remonstrated
with she said that if the saloon keeper
did not cease selling liquor to her huB-
band she would break down the whole
B. F. Harvey has filed a libel suit in
the Lane county circuit court againit
the Oregonian for $25,000 damages. The
case will come up for trial at Eugene on
June 24. Harvey was a brakeman on
the S. P. R. R. and was accused of rap
ing Winnie Thorn, of Cottage Grove, in
connection with one Hugh Patterson.
Harvey was acquitted while Patterson
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Medford Bank the follow
ing officers were elected: President,
H. E. Ankeny; Vice President, J. H.
Stewart ¡ Cashier, J. E. Enyarf. Assist
ant Cashier, M. L. Alford. The stock
holders are: H. E. Ankeny, J. H.
Stewart, C. C. Beekman, R. H. White-
head, Horace Pelton, Ben Haymond,
James Pelton, W. H. Bradshaw and
J. E. Enyart.
Ray Maass returned Sunday from San
Carroll Byrne of Watkins was in Ash
E. V. Carter returned Monday from a
trip to Portland.
Supt. P. H. Dailey visited the school
at Siskiyou Friday.
H. M. Coss of Medford went to San
J. D. Heard, the mining man, went to
San Francisco Monday.
Levi Dawson came over from Trail
creek Monday on a visit.
J. E. Carlock of Ft. Jones was in Ash
land Friday and Saturday.
Mrs H. U. Lumsden returned to Med
ford last week from California.
Mrs. E. E. Deming left Monday for
Napa, Cal., to join her husband.
Miss Fannie Donegan has returned to
Jacksonville from Harney county.
H. E. Poley arrived Monday from
San Fraucisco to visit his brother.
Miss Alma Johnson left Saturday on
a visit to her folks at Aberdeen, Wash.
Miss Ethel Von Gunton returned to
Montague Friday to spend the summer.
District Attorney A. E. Reames was
elected president of the grand cabin,
Native Sons of Oregon, last week.
Misses Blanche and Fannie Standard
returned Saturday from a visit in Port
W. A. Holmes and daughter, Miss
Zoe, left Friday for San Francisco on a
Mrs. IT. M. Drake returned Fridaj'
from a visit with her daughter at Grants
J. E. Pelton returned last week from
the Willamette valley with a lot of stock
Mrs. M. J. Hill who has been visiting
in San Francisco returned to Ashland
Deston High returned Friday from the
springs in California somewhat improved
Mrs. J. S. Wentworth returned Sat-
urdaj’ from a visit with Dunsmuir re
latives and friends.
Miss Anna Luster returned last week
from a visit with her sister, Mrs. B.
Heberlie, at Chico, Cal.
EXCURSON TO SAN FRANCISCO.
DE ATH OF S. liOSENTHAD.
ANTI SALOON LEAGUE
BARRICADED PRISONERS TAKEN
Ashland & Klamath Falls
The Esteemed Pioneer Hebrew Mer Met Sunday Alternoon anil Will A Dougina County Constable Wounds
Peil and Bolton Will Conduct * $12
chant or Medford Dies Alone of
Meet Again Next Sunday.
* Would Be Murderer Before Tatt
one Reaving Ashland July IS.
The Ashland Anti-Saloon League, af ing Him.
Emil Peil and T. K. Bolton, who have
gained a reputation as popular excursion
managers from this valley to San Fran
cisco, have been appointed by the South
ern Pacific to run an excursion out of
Ashland on July 15 on the occasion of
the meeting of the Epworth League
National Convention to be held in San
Francisco. The tickets will be $12 for
the round trip and good for ten days.
For farther particulars call on either ot
the above named.
TO CORK A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
AU druggists refund the money if it fails to
cure. E. W. Grove’s signature is on each
Forest Rangrr In Jail.
Roy Wrightof Klamath Falls, a state
game warden and forest ranger, was
convicted of selling trout out of season,
in Justice R. B. Hattons court at Klam
ath Falls last week and was fined $30
and costs and in the absence of payment
was remanded to the county jail to serve
15 days or the proportion therefore as he
may see fit. After serving two days the
young man paid his fine and was released.
Come to the surface in the spring as in
no other season. It’s a pity they don’t
run themselves all off that way; but in
spite of pimples and other eruptions, they
mostly remain in the system. That's
Hood’s Sarsaparilla removes them and
cures all the painful and disfiguring
troubles they cause. Nothing else
cleanses the svstern and cleats the com
plexion like Hood’s.
A few day ago Dr. C. R Ray, of Gold
Hill, bonded from Geo. Bolt the old
sugar Pine quartz mine in Galice creek
district. The doctor has a force of men
at work doing development work. This
mine is one of the oldest mines in Jose
phine county and has yielded up a good
many thousand dollars to its owners in
The gold-bearing blue gravel under
neath sandstone, near Hornbrook, Sis
kiyou Co , Cal., is not precisely the same
kind of a deposit as the blue gravel under
the lava deposits in the Sierra Nevada
mountains. The former, thought prob
ably land-formed, subsequently became
submeiged beneath the sea, and covered
Simeon Rosenthal, a well-known mer
chant of Medford, was found dead in his
bed io hie store about 9 o’clock Sunday
morning from heart disease.
evening his friend, Mr. Shark, visited
him in his store and about 9 o’clock in
vited him to spend the evening with him
at Hotel Nash. Mr. Rosenthal com
plained of feeling to ill and escorted Mr.
Shark to the door of the store and bid
him good night.
Mr. Shark went to the store the next
morning to see how his friend was, but
the store was locked. With I. L Ham
ilton he went around the back way and
looking in they saw Mr. Rosenthal lying
alongside of his cot seemingly dead.
They broke in and the situation of affairs
indicated that Mr. Rosenthal had quite
likely died soonaher Mr. Shark had left
him the night before. Rosenthal had
partly disrobed when he was overtaken
by death and sank to the floor, his face
buried in the bed clothing.
Dr. E. B. Picket, coroner of Jackson
county called a jury and inquired into
the facts. The verdict was that the de
ceased had came to his death by heart
Shows the state of your feelings and the
stare of your health as well. Impure blood
makes itself apparent in a pale and sallow
comolexion, Pimples and Sain Eruptions.
If you are feeling weak and worn out and
do not have a healthy appearance, you
should try Acker's Blood Elixir. It cures
all olood diseases where cheap Sarsaparillas
and so called puritiers fail; knowing this,
we sell every bottle on a positive guaiantee.
M c N air B ros ., druggists.
FRENCHMAN’S LOST LEDGE
Had Hunted it Many Years—Found
a Few Months After His Death.
A Grants PAss dispatch tells about the
discov^y of a labulously rich quartz
ledge or pocket on Josephine creek, near
Kerby, Josephine county.
pounds of rock $56 was taken after being
pulverized in a mortar. Several tons of
the rock have been taken out that will
run from $8000 to $15,000 to the ion and
there are several more tons in sight. A
considerable portion of the ledge lies in
the bed of the creek. There is no little
speculation as to the extent of the find.
ter laving dormant for several months,
held a meeting at Christian church Sun
day afternoon. President J. F. Tout
said there was no special object for the
meeting ; there was no need of meetings,
everything that could be expected com
ing their way as it never came their way
before in the city of Ashland. But it
was wise to hold a meeting occasionally
to disabuse the minds ot “the enemy,”
if they should for one moment think
seriously that the Anti-Saioon I eague
was either weak or dead.
Mayor R. P. Neil was introduced and
spoke breifly reviewing the situation in
Ashland and snowing that the saloon
business in Ashland was going around
with its back bone broken and ns far as
it was within his power to enforce the
law it would be wiped out. Speaking
for himself and the city council he said
they would obey the vote of the people
at the last election and up to the last
day, the last hour and the last minute of
their administration would be against
the liquor traffic without any compro
Attorney H. L McWilliams, who is
employed by the city council to repre
sent the city in the cases iu the courts,
was present and spoke upon the subject
of the legal features of the case and
showed the reasons why prohibition was
legal and upon the justness of the right
of the people to vote upon the subject of
how to regulate the same. lie was in
favor of enforcing the laws of the country,
whatever they might be.
Prof. T. A. Hayes spoke briefly upon
the educational features of the temper
All the speakers were heartily ap
plauded. The next meeting will be held
at Presbyterian church next Sunday af
ternoon at 3 o’clock.
A New Sketch of This World Won-
aer in Scenic Grandeur.
Hopkins and five deputies went to Per
Thoroughly Restocked and
due, some 15 miles east of Canyonville,
Entirely New Management.
yesterday, to arrest two men who had
the day before defied arrest. The«- were
J. W. Lerwell and son, Phillip Lerwell. ROBERT M.
The former was wanted for stabbing
Wm. Horn at a dance the night before,
ihe officers succeeded in locating thctu
in a cabin near Perdue. Deputy Swank Best and
called out to Lerwell to tlirow up hie
bands and surrender. Thoy did not do Quickest Route to
so but run away, whereupon Deputies
Swank and Pardee fired two or three
shots at them, one of which took effect,
hitting the elder Lerwell in the right
arm between the shoulder and elbow.
Lerwell, after scurrying around a little
Goes by Barron, Shake,
while got back into the bouse and after
Soda Springe, Parker« and
a few minutes parley the woman came
Keno; also beat connections
out and said quit shooting that Lerwell
with stage lines from Klam
was wounded and would surrender.
ath Falla to Bonanza, Blv
The posse brought them to Canyonville,
and Lakeview, Ft. Klamath
and Indian Agenoy.
where they will be held pending ex
amination. Lerwell’s wound is not
Passengers, Baggage, Express & Freight
Horn was seyerely injured but will
Must be Waybilled.
probably recover unless blood poisoning
should set in.
My little eon bad an attack of whoop
ing cough and was threatened pneumonia
but for Chamberliau’s Cough Remedy
we would have Lad a serious time of it.
It also saved him from several severe at
tacks of croup.—H. J. Striekfaiten, editor
World Herald, Fair Haven, Wash. For
sale by all druggists.
“Ob! oh” delightedly ecresmcd a little
girl at the dog show as she caught sight
of the zebra “ teetering” with the sacred
bull; “Ma. look at the algebra’s tail!”
BROADWAY. NEW YOflk.
$5-00 per Annum.
$1.50 per Annum.
A cker s E nglish R emedy will stop a
cough at any time, and will cute the worst
cold in twelve hours, or money re'unded.
25 cts. and 50 cts.
R. N. NASON'S PAINT!
As the travel to Crater lake will soon
begin the following sketch of this famous
sheet of water will be read with interest:
Crater Lake, situated some 6-5 miles
Stonide Floor Paint, - -
National Wagon Paint,
east from Ashland, is beyond question
tbe best and withal the most beautiful
Continental Household Paint, and CEMENTICO.
camping place iu Oregon. A natural
phenomenon is this lake, where majestic
and awe-inspiring beauty has attracted
HISTORY OF THE LEDGE.
^““^FRUIT BOXES AND MILL WORK
thousands of visitors from all parts of
“This ledge was discovered many years tbe wor|d.
In the year 1853 Crater Lake was dis
by a Frenchman, who was making
“»»«I.“Swi “« s««i«iy °«™. ago
A ckers D yspepsia T ablets are sold on a
his way on horseback from Crescent City covered by white men, though the In
The billious, tired, nervous man cannot raising of the food, distress after eating or
the Sierra Nevada mountains has not by name, was set upon by a band of In morai, and called it Lake Mystery. The
successfully compete with his healthy rival. any form of dyspepsia. One little tablet
W. F. Crosby, the wheat man of Port been beneath the sea eince its formation dians.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers the famous gives immediate Relief. 25cts. and 50cts.
He struck into the mountains whites named it Lake Majestic, and not
land, is in Josephine county looking in place. It became hurried beneath and followed the course of Josephine until the exploring party, touring that
pills for constipation will remove the cause M c N air B ros ., druggists.
after mining interests of his friends.
rocks bv hardening on the land surface creek. He halted by the stream to re country in 1886, discovered its real char
of your troubles.—M c N air B ros .
Hon. John Kelly, who came across
the volcanic muds and lava, says the fresh himself and his horse. As lie bent acter, was it called Crater Lake.
C. P. Hughes of Klamath county was
Mrs. C. H. Veghte and son arrived
It was these men who discovered the
in Ashland Monday and Tuesday with a the plains to Oregon in 1849 died at last week from southern California where Mining and Scientific Press.
down over the water to drink, his eyes
band of horses taking them to the coast Eugene Saturday. He was the father they have been for the boy’s health.
were attracted by glittering particles of fact that the lake occupies the erater of
of John F. Kelly, Geo. H. Kelly and
on Louse creek, about eight gold amougst the gravel in the creek bed. an extinct volcano. The sun.m.t, iu
Mrs. H. B. Miller, well known people
For Sale—12x14 five foot wall tent tor situated
Grants Pass, were bonded While his horse browsed, the Frenchman whose apex the placid lake now rests,
Refrigerators, tents, hammocks, lawn formerly
residents of this valley. His sale. Apply to E. H. Silsbee, north this week to of Colonel
J. L. Wiggings of found the ledge and attempted to locate was at one time a burning mountain,
and camp chairs. J. P. Dodge, opera was an eventful
career, having filled ide of Boulevard, 2 miles from town.
by Messrs. the spot in hisinind. The yells of the and in no distant petiod of geological
many important public trusts including
first pay pursuing savages drove him swiftly on time towered high among the giant peaks Has arrived, comprising Cheap,
the position of collector of customs at
and Beet Variety
1. ward, he hoping to return after the pur of America, and from its burning apex, Medium and High Grade goods J 11^ K I
WANTED.—Capable, reliable person in Portland and register of the U. 8. land visiting Ashland relatives left Friday
at from ""
in Southern Oregon
for San Francisco to again attend a vet The balance to be paid within eighteen suit, and find.'the dale with the seeming through hundreds of years, cinders, ash
every county to represent large company of office at Portland.
A o heavy Oil Opaque Cloth of different widths, from which we make
es and lava were ejected upon the sur
solid financial reputation; $936 salary per
months at intervals of ninety days. Alladin Cave.
rounding country, The summil ot this Odd Size and Wide Shades in colors to match stock goods. Our stock of
year, payable weekly; $3 per day absolute
Dyspeptics cannot be long lived because
This is a placer and quartz mine com
THE FRUITLESS SEARC'.I,
Jacob l61er, the timber land cruiser, bined, the placer having been worked
volcano ultimately blew out, leaving a Portieres and Lace Curtains is complete.
sure and ail
all expenses; straight bona nae,
fide. to live requires nourishment. Food is not
‘ But the Frenchman never found it. great hole in the mountain top, 2S miles
Last week fo.a several years, while the quartz mine
definite salary, uo commission; salary paid nonrisbing until it is digested. A dis visited Ashland Saturday.
Do not fail to see us when in need of Carpets, Rugs,
That was in 1855. For years Belfils
each Saturday and expense money ad ordered stomach canDOt digest food, it he located 70 timber claims in the tract has a five stamp mill on it.
A force of searched incessantly, always within a in circumference, CVj miles long and 4}£ Mattings and Linoleum
vanced each week STANDARD HOUSE, must have assistance, Kodol Dyspepsia northwest cf Wood river valley, Klam-
tnen was sent out this week to begin de radius of a few miles of the place where miles wide. Then, in time, up from the
Cure digests all kinds of food without aid ath county.
334 D earborn S t ., C hicago .
Prices according to Quality,
velopment work, and next week it is the it was discovered by Bour a short time bottom of this greater crater sprang an
from the stomach, allowing it to rest and
But Always Low
other volcano, which, in turn, 6hot forth
eince. For vears miners and prospectors its cinders, ashes and lava, foiming a
are exactly the same a« the natural digest Hotel Oregon on Monday and Tuesday, larger force.
have walked up and down the stream, towering peak in the center of ti e large
^ou Haffl Always BOUgM ive fluids and it siniplv can’t help but do
June 24-25. Those wishing to consult
but fate seemed to decree that the glitter crater. This peak today, standing above
him about their eyes will please call at ( this morning at the new banking house, ing particles in the creek’s bed should go
hotel. Glasses fitted and satisfaction when Cashier L. L. Jewell paid over unseen, until the old Frenchman died. the water, studded with trees and shrubs,
, $1106,49 for the same to Messrs. Hen His death occurred la6t November in this from its wonderful reflections in the
KLAMATH COUNTY NEWS.
clear waters of the lake, is called Wizard
C j ASTORTA.
Judge and Mrs. G. W. Smith of Klam ' derson & Scribner, of Wolf creek. The city. The prospector had grown old and Isle.
From the Klamath Falls Papers.]
ath county were in Ashland Saturday mining parties said they worked a pound
Surrounding streams flowing iu, to
C. P. Hughes and son of Poe valley
out of two pans and that the whole wealth that was once in his grasp. A gether with rains aud melting snows,
next day for Eugene to see their each
drove about 20 head of horses through and
' son, left
Dick Smith, graduate from the state amount was taken out in a very few days few days before he died he went again to soon filled the large basin with water,
town yesterday, which they are taking university this week.
The gold is in very coarse chunks with Kerby and sought the lost ledge, but all after the last volcano died out. Here,
to Humboldt county, Cal., to sell.
adhering. The mine is an old to no purpose. His secret had long been far up in the uninhabited Cascades,
For iron pipe and fittings go to W. N. quartz
one but a new lead has been discovered known, and people believed the Old 8000 feet above the level of the sea,
Geo. T. Conner of Merrill purchased Grubb & Co. hardware dealers.
which is making a marvelous showing. Frenchman was laboring under a de- stands this unique body of ice-col i water.
W. R. Brown’s saloon at that place last
Mrs. T. James and son Howard who H. A. Reed who was in Alaska a few luaion.”
Friday. The latter will probably move
The depth of the water is 2000 feet, the
have been spending some time with her years ago said: “A sight of that kind
to this place
level of the water is 1500 feet below the
For Infants and Children.
folks, Mrs. A. P. Hammond and family, would create a great stampede at Nome
Steam Feather Kenoyaiin^.
rim of tbe crater. The banks of the lake
Miss Alice Applegate lias purchased left Monday for Rossland, B. C., where or
Dawson, but no one thiuks anything
are steep, rocky and precipitous; many
the dwelling property in West Klamath Mr. James is superintendent of a big of it here.”—Grants Paes Observer. To the people of Ashland and vicinity:
I am now in the city of Ashland for snow peaks leaning, with their dark
Falls owned and formerly occupied by mine.
the purpose of steam renovating, curing shadows, over the chrystal water far be
Hon. C. S. Moore.
A Pleasant Way to Travel.
and purifying of feathers. The work low them. This charming lake, with no
Rev. Gee. W. Brown, formerly a
Geo. W. Loosley returned Tuesday young Presbyterian pastor at Klamath
Tbe most delightful route of travel to the will be called for, taken from the house apparent outlet, fed by snows and rains,
from Ager, accompanied by Frank Apple Falls and known in Ashland, is to be East is by way of Salt Lake City—the City in the morning, in the ticks, just as they is large enough and many times deep
gate, who has been attending tbe uni married today at Barnesville, Ohio, to of tbe Saints—and the Rio Grande West are, and after treatment returned the enough to float the monster warships of
Railway, tn conjunction with either the same day before bedtime.
versity of Oregon the past year.
Where the all nations of the world. Its placid
Miss Inez Vanette Riddile, daughter of ern
Denver 4 Rio Grande or Colorado Mid same tickings are to be used again they boson has for many, many years reflected
Wm. Huse has much improved the Dr. Riddile.
Spring Street, Ashland, Ore.
land Railroads. This route not only car
appearance of his dwelling the past week
ries tbe passenger through tbe Heart of the are thoroughly cleansed, or if new ticks with a mirror’s clearness the woods and
by two coats of paint. The work was train going to Grants Pass to meet bis Rocky Mountains and in view of the most
magnificent scenery on the continent, but reasonable rates. Each family’s feath peaks towering over them, and held in
Jone by H. Webber and Fred Clift.
family of Crescent City who are joining it also provides for stop-over on railroad ers are kept and worked entirely sepa awe and wonder both red an l white
.. and Mrs. J. T. Henley left yester- him for the summer at McOlound. They and Pullman tickets at quaint and pictures rate from those of others. The most im men. Numberless persons, eiuce its
"'ing for San Francisco where he will make their home in Ashland this que Balt Lake City, Glenwood Springs, portant part of this work is in the cur discovery, have endeavored to convey
ITT ALL BF^JVUSEOFFIES.
goJs for meuM‘’al ‘r«atment for an aP winter. Mr. Dougherty ran a restaurant Manitou, Denver, etc. Through Pullman ing of the feathers, whereby all oil or with the pen the impression made by
in Ashland about the time of the advent
Stoves, ranges, graniteware and fin-
animal matter is taken from the quills, its grandeur; artists have tried to paiqt
of the railroad from the north and likes ing Chairs Cars and a Perfect Diuing Car rendering them less liable to impurities. on convas its entrancing beauties ; poets
wars, furniture, bedroom euites, bed ach.
Ashland as a residence town.
steads, spring mattresses, carpets, and
Kansas City. St. Louis and Chicago Per There is not an ounce loss in feathers or have been inspiipd and sung of Crater
George McDonald of .L^VhlSd
matting. Agent for John Deere buggies,
Danger, disease and death follow neglect sonally conducted weekly tourist excurs down, and all debris or foreign matter of Lake; but all must admit their inability
was in towu Thursday with th». y-
. of the bowels. Use DeWitt’s Little Early ions. For printed matter rates, etc.. In whatever nature, including the vermin to do the natural wonder justice.
----- FIRST-CLASS WAGON WORK.------
wagons and implements.
of fine horses which he is takiu9 . Kisers to regulate them and you wiil add quire ofU. D. Mansfield, General Agent, 122 known as the feather worm, is thorough The Government, eeveial years ago,
Rogue River valley and Willamette val -.iars to your life and life to your years. A. Third St.. Portland, Or., or Geo. W. ly destroyed and separated. When your recognizing the fact ot Crater Lake being
Everything, Both Xeiv and
General Passenger Agent, Salt feathers are returned to yob at night a natural wonder of most extraordnary
ley to sell.
"«as \ ' to take, never gripe.—M c N air B eos . Helutz.
they are absolutely dry, light as air and beauty, segregated it from the public do
Frank Silves was in town over Satur .A aLainn m* the legislature, Sheriff
Stores: Main St., and 4th St., near Depot
pure as snow. As my stay in Ashland is main, and, including some 2Qof the sur
day from his fine place on Williamson n
Main St. Opp. 1. O. O. F. Hall,
somewhat limited, those interested in rounding townships set the whole aside
« H X ar ’»ubilo sale to the
■ ■ ■
Main St. Opp. 1. O. O. F. Hall,
?-rtU r 2 L 1 ff f
I *11 Of Jackson
, . .
W T. Shive and C. P. Crisler of Fort highest ’s bidder
BAILEY—In Gold Hill, June 10,1901, tion. Will begin work in a day or two.
right, title and iute. c !n
FAINTS, PAINTERS’ TOOLS.
T. H. B. TAYLOR.
Klamath were here Monday to attend county
to Mr.^and Mrs. Wm. Bailey, aeon,
Trapping the Cod I in Moth.
certificates bv virtue of sales made for l27}LEMAN—At Wagner creek, June 5.
H. J. O’Brien of Dairy was at the Falls the years from 1895 to 1899 inclusive. 1901,
Mr. an<i *'Ls. J. B, Coleman,
J. C, Wyman, a Santa Cruz, Cal ,
B uilding P apers , W rapping P apers and T wines . ARTISTS’ MATERIALS.
the first of the week to attend court.
The Bale will be held on Monday, July
fruit—grower, wiio is staying at the Per
B. S. Grigsby and Howard Durkee re
GRIEVE—At Central Point, June 7,
kins for a few day, thinks the fruit
Paul Chartrand, aged 85 years, died
turned from Ager Tuesday with freight
down there have at. last solved
1901, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Grieve,
“ Bardwell, Ky., where I live, is in the ex the codling
at his home in Grants Paes Friday. He
for Carrick <& Grigsby.
moth problem. Ti er have
begun to trap the insects in the worm
C. C. Lewis and wife returned Tues
Mr. F. D. Arnold, Arnold, la., writes: He
day from Rogue river valley.
Ill., where the Ohio Stage of tiieir »xistence, as the pests at
6,1901, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Robert
was troubled with kidney disease about
empties into the Mis tempt to climb the trees. A piece of
C. R- DeLap, wife and baby and son three years. Had to get up several times
son, a son.
rope is first wound around the
sissippi River. It may baling
True, left yesterday for Ashland. Mrs. dnring the night but three bottlesot Foley’s
be that throat troubles I tree Hunk just above the ground, and
DeLap and the little girl will go from Kidney Cure effected a complete cure, lie GILL—In Dunsmuir, June 13,1901, to
Mr. and Mrs. Waido Gill, a eon; weight
are common here be over this a strip of cl >th smeared with
there to Salem, where the latter will re feels better than he ever din and recom
cause of loca sticky stuff is placed. The worm starts
ceive treatment for spinal trouble, the mends it to his friends. T. K. B olton .
’tbe groqnj with the iotentioq of
91 First Street, Portland, Ore.
tion, but, from
result of a fall.
Grants Pass Observer : J. R. Smith, DROWN—In Dunsmuir, June 11, 1901,
forming a cocoon |n the branches of tbe
Following is the program outlined:
Mrs. 8. T. Summers returned Tuesday who with other parties is developing the
reason, I find tree, from which be will emerge a codling
weight, 9^ pound.
National salute at sunrise.
from Portland where she went for medi Baby Mine under bond, in Jump-off-
it wise to con moth, but he reaches tbe sticky stuff and Importers and Dealers in
Band—assembly at 9 o’clock a. m.
cal treatment and is much improved in Joe district, went to Ashland the first of MILLER—In Dunsmuir, June 12, 1901,
stantly keep a there he stays.
Parade, the order of which is to be as health. She was met at Cooper’s sta the week to look after the purchasing of
Mr. Wyman sirs the anplic.it'nn ii al
to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar E. Miller, a
tion by Mr. Summers.
son ; weight, 10 pounds.
Acker’s Eng so a dead shot on the canker w t in, and
••I had a running sore on ray breast for
Miss Esther Cannon of Lookout. Cal.,
lish Remedy as tbe fruitgrowers ^aye gene.ailv take 1
oyer a year,’’ savs Henry R. Richards of
for Consump to its ues, there is no recourse left for
Willse Wille. N. Y , and tried a great many
Marshal of the day and staff.
| the pests but extermination. The cost
tion on hand. 1---
President of the day and reader of the of this place and J. P. Hazen of Poe val remedies, but got no reliei until I used
It is the best °* tbe application is about 2 cents per
FIELD—BARR—Near Medford June 19,
$2 “ an
thing I ever tree,
**““ or *'*
“ acre (or the seas in.
was perfectly cured. I cannot recom
190i, by Rev. Meley, Mr. Clyde Field
Orator of the day and Chaplain.
Reports of the doings of tbe surveyors I mend
and Miss Artimata Barr of Griffin
Indian war veterans and Grand Army between Klamathon and Klamath Falls,
Estimates given on Electrical Plants, Electric House
for coughs, colds and throat troubles, and
The First Congregational Church in
Only One Way to Do U,
show that they are near Hart's ranch in
of the Republic.
Spanish war veterans.
tbe mountains and about half wav to
C.et frop.j Portland to Chicago In 72 hours i Wiring, and Special Designs furnished for Fire-Place Fur
COTTRELL—WRIGHT—At Medford, druggist hero can be depended upon t«l]ave
I this place, and are slowly moving in this niversary.
Oregon National Guard.
June 12, 1901, Mr. George Cottrell and it always, so I am writing thb letter to W. | —just 3 days. The “Chicago-Portland
” leaving PoiUand daily at 9 a. in.!
Hattecy of Lizht A’tillery.
Miss Madge Wright, of Roxy Ann pre H. Hooker & Co., 220 Broadway, N. Y-. to Special,
O. RAN,, arrive* at Chicago at 9:30' niture
Agents for the new COLUMBIAN GRATE.
Float, Goddess of Liberty.
cinct, Jas. Stewart, J. P., officiating. order a dozen bottles at a time. My wife is via
the third day. New York and Boston are I
Floats of various orders and societies. liable citizen of this place eays that J. G.
HIGIN BOTHAM—PHIPPS—In Jack bothered lately with sore throat and ^cu11 reached the fourth day. This train, ac-1
Pierce told him yesterday that the iron
to lie the fastest between tbe
sonville. June 15, 1901, Wm. A. Hiuin- breathing, but just as soon as the dozen bot knowledced and
the Rast, is so::d!y ■ vesti-
rolling stock for tbe railroad from Klam
bothara and Julia Phipps, of Big Butte tles get here, I will give her a few doswjand Northwest
Ashland fire companies.
buled and its equipment is unsurpassed
ath Falls to Klamathon were already
precinct, by County Judge Prim.
Pullman drawing room sleeping cara, free
- bought, and the contract for grading was
Flora and her maids.
HOPKINS— HUSE—In Klamath Fall*, write another letter in a short time saying reclining chair cars, and unexcelled dining
on which are equal to those
liepretentativea of historical characters that this statement by Mr. Pierce was
tion of a tamoa*French pbyelcUn, will qntckly cure yon of all ner-
June 12, 1901, Robert A. Hopkins to fa wh^Tshe needs.” (Signed) T. A. Won. ' served the at meals
the very best hot els Remember
dls.-asee of the generative organ«, such as Lost Manhood,
Citizens in cirriages.
Miss Edith E. Huse.
Insomnia, Pain« In the Back. Seminal £mb«lona, Nervoo* Debility.
Literary exercteas at Chautauqua Park a party who is prominently interested in
Sold at25c., 50c. and$l a bottle, throughout there is no change of cara, and ihe good of
Pimplee, unfitness to Marry, ExbausUnz Drains, Varicocele ana
WHITNEY—KATTENHORN—At Mer- the United States and Canada; and in Eng
Constipation. It stops all losses by <tay or night Prevents quick-
beginning al 10:30 a. tn.
it is. it costs no more to ride on it than oq
ness of discharge, which If notcnw.ked leads to Spermatorrhoea and
ril. June 6, 1901, W. P. Whitney and ird aJ fa. 2dq3d.. 4s. 6d. H¿ou are
Clay pigeon shoot at the Athletic the enterprise.
arrnnr ... irrrn all the horrors of ImnoUaey. criPlDESnE¡cleanses the liver, tbo
Miss Augusta Kattenhorn.
satisfied after buying, return the bottle to
UlruH t ano Arian kidneys and the un»ary organs of all lmpurltlea
grounds, 10:30 a. m.
rUPIDEYE strengthens and tes'Aru small weak organa.
Trust those who baye tried.
Literary exercises—“Tbs Rill Call of
preas‘: leaves Portland daily at 9 p. in. via
HICKOX—BRYAN—In 8isson, June 4, your druggist, and get your money back.
Tbe reason snflTerers ore pot uued by Doctors is because ninety per cent are trooblsd with
States,” at the Chautauqua Park, at 2
I suffered from catarrh of the worst
1801, Wm. A Hickox, formerly of
W. H KOOA'Afi <fc CO- Propnetort, bcu t**
al< A written guarontee riven and money returned If six boxes does not effect a permanent oura.
leaves at 6 p, m. daily via Spokane for St.
kind and never hoped for cure, Ely's Cream
o’clock p. tn.
Duustnuir, and Mrs. D. L. Bryan of
|l.X Abay,»txlor(5.W,by mdL Bend for rm circular and testimonials.
-<1 i-ni f
Patil and the East.
Baseltall game at the Athletic grnunda Balm seems to do even that.—Oscar Ostrom
Sold by McNair Bros.
Address DATOA MBDICIMB <N»n P.O. Box «78, Baa Francisco, CaL FbrSalsbf
at 2 o’clock p. m. Puree of $100 to
Sold at M c N air B ros ,’ Drug Store, Ashland, Or.
call on or write to ftny Q. R. A N. agent or (
I Buffered from catarrh; it got so bad I
A. L. C raig ,
could not work; 1 used Ely’s ('.ream Balm
Kham battle at 4 o’clock p. m.
and am entirely well —A. C. Clarke 341
How Do You Expect Xt
„Li you have General Passenger Agent.
Mardi Gras at 6 o’clock p. tn. to ' 10 Shawmut Ave., Boston, Mass,
to Bell if you don’t advertise? Sea what
o’clock p. nt.
The Balm does not irritate or cause snees-
of consumption, Miss Susie Beckley, vour competitors are doing in Tax
Fireworks at 8:30 to 10 o’clock p. m.
ing. Sold by druggists at 50 cts, or mailed
fimok 4»llY«ry—Tb« Kaaklg OiAgoaUa.
agfci about 21 /ears.
by Ely Brothm, SB Warraa St., Naw York, j
Maeqoa ball at 10 o’clock p. m.
Officers salaries allowed ; $1153 05.
Indigent allowance for the month ; $44.
Supplies by merchants; $27.63.
The following wore allowed $4 for the
use of wide-tired wagons ; Alice Hanley,
J W Thomas, L J Larson and Dennis
County hospital report received and
Mileage allowed County Commissoner
Paiq for scalp bounty, $204.
J. P. Dodge,
“Our Patent Flour >•
The Kind You Have Always Bought
W. J. VIRGIN & C0., PROP’S
TRIMBLE & CO
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PldW Work and Horse-Shoeing a Specialty.
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Tile Flooring, Electroliers,
and Incandescent Lamps.
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