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PRESHKD B KICKS.
DISCOVERY OF CRATER LAKE
John McClendon visited Ashland Sun-
Mrs. Oscar Goodell returned from
J. M. Bridges returned to Yreka Sun-
day from a visit on Applegate.
Geo. Stidham of Glendale hae taken
charge of the section at Gold Hill.
A. A. Davie, the Medford miller, wae
in Ashland Monday on a business trip.
Roy Chisholm left Monday to clerk in
the postoffice store at L eland, Josephine
New Cure For Diseases of Men*
C. B, Watson, Wbu Did Much to
Mate the Great Scenic Mystery
Known to the World, Answers a Medford Mail.]
THE 20th CENTURY
Scientific investigation, supplement
ed by experience, has shown that uri
nary diseases are more prevalent and
destructive to life, health and happi
ness than any other class known to the
medical fraternity. They are not con
fined to the low and degraded portions
of humanity, as many suppose, but are
to be found among tbe pure in heart,
the inuocent, the truly pious and the
Many of them are trausmitted from
parents to children, from generation to
generation. Thousands of people suffer
untold agonies from their ravaging ef
fects, and meet an early and untimely
death, often ignorant of the cause.
Though transmitted innocently, the ef
fects of these diseases are not less ter
rible. It is a sad truth that the inno
cent are often greater sufferers than the
Of all the organs of the body few »re
more important or worthy of attention
than those engaged in the urinary func
tions. In perfect health—that great
blessing which so few enjoy—one will
scarcely direct a moment’s thought to
these important organs, and at tbe first
symptoms good advice, such as may be
easily obtained, should be immediately
Among the chief and most common
of diseases is S eminal W eakness and
N ervous D ebility , er loss of nerve
power, due to masturbation and venial,
excesses. Thousands of young and mid
die age men suffer with nervous dis
eases and may be ignorant of the causes,
when a little timely advise would make
life’s pathway full of cheer and happi
ness. When the first eymptotns of sem
inal weakness manifest themselves the
Bufferer is noticed to become dull and
morose and is troubled with indiges
tion, though the appetite may remain
good. But the strength vanishes and
the patient grows thin. He becomes
indolent and debilitated, and loss of
memory and all vigor of the sexual or
gans may follow. In time he may fall
into a complete state of impoteney— total
loss of sexual power. Among its terrible
effects may be mentioned weeknees of
the memory, confusion of ideas, nervous
despondency and general weakness. It
needs no mirror; it reflects itself. The
pale face, the sunken eye, the down
cast countenance, the Btooping aged
form—all serve to announce the victim’s
troubles. It seldom kills of itself, but it
opens the gates to other diseases, such
as consumption and diseases of* the
heart. The unfortunate sufferer cannot
sleep. In that intermediate state, be
tween life and death, intended for the
recuperation of the miud and body, be
can know no rest, for his dreams are
dark and foreboding, and the constant
drain upon his system robs it of its
This affliction may be the consequence
of eelf-abuse or the result of excesses
in mature years. As “man is but *
bundle of habits,” how essential that
he should be full of sublime thoughts
and pure conceptions. All of you who
suffer from this disease should lose no
time in consulting Dr. Darrin, for the .
time may come when you will be be
yond the aid of all medical skill.
No matter what you have taken, or
who has failed to cure you, call and see
the doctor, a9 he can permanently,
safely and privately cure in one-half
the time and at one-half the expense
required by others. Consultation is free
aud cures guaranteed by an entirely
Dr. Darrin makes a specialty of all
diseases of the eye, ear, nose, throat,
catarrh, deafness, bronchitis, la grippe,
consumption, dyspepsia, constipation,
heart, liver and kidney troubles,
He permanently cures all diseases of
the genito urinary organs, in either sex.
All peculiar female troubles are confi
dentially treated, as well as all acute,
chronic, private and nervous diseases of -
whatever nature, if curable. No cases
taken if not.
Dr. Darrin can be consulted free at
his office iu Medford, at Hotel Nash,
until July 28. Office hours, 10 a. m, to
5 p. m. ; evenings, 7 to 8; Sunday 11 a.
in. to 3 p. m. Most cases can be treated
at home after one visit to the doctor’s
office. Inquiries answered; circulars
and question blanks sent free. „11
business relations with Dr. Darrin are
strictly confidential. Batteries and
belts furnished, eyes tested free and
glasses fitted at half price.
Dr. Darrin will devote July 1st and 2d
to special work and on these days will
operate on cross eyes, varicocele, hy
drocele, tumors, strictures aud circum
cision. Persons deBiring these opera- •
tions performed must arrange with the
doctor one week in advance of these
Editor V alley R ecord :—In your ¡99ue
of June 20th, 1901, under the heading,
Special Patterns, all Colors
“Crater Lake,” you reprint an article on
Crater Lake which was evidently written
by some one who is not informed on the
50 cents up
subject. The writer says: “Crater Lake,
+ | situatea
65 miles east of Ashland,” etc
Has now opened up in the Williams stone building.
* This misleads people who do not know.
Fine Line of Ladies’ and Men’s Underwear,
W i Crater Lake is situated in Townships 29,
Our methods of business are up tQ date.
* 30, and 31 S. Ranges, 5, 6, and 7 East;
various shades, colors and prices.
¿3* + Ashland is in Township 39 S. Range One
Miss Hattie Hubsch came over from
*| (1) East. This makes the exact position
Our prices are as low as we can possibly sell, and
Dunsmuir Sunday to visit Mrs. W. C. ❖
O J of Crater Lake with reference to Ash
¿g, j land, 54 miles north and 30 miles east of
Crause <fc Brandegee’s celebrated Men’s Clothing
John Owens and Miss Ada Bishop of
J said city. This would be approximately
Phoenix visited Miss Ida Bishop in Ash
+ the center of Crater Lake.
This writer further states a mistake in
20th Century boys’ and youths’ clothing
W 1 the following language: “In the year
T. R. Norris and several others went
*11853 Crater Lake was discovered by
to Klamathon Sunday to be employed
******** ★ * ★ * ★★★★★ *
1 white men, though the Indiaus have
known of it from time immemorial, ami
Dr. W. 8. Jones was np from Medford
called it Lake Mystery.
Sunday behind his high stepping, fleet
named it Lake Majestic, and not until
the exploring party, touring that coun
try in 1886, discovered its real character,
goods Cash before Delivery. This way
Miss Mamie Beach returned to Igerna
Nininger Block, near Depot, Ashland, Or.
was it called Crater Lake.” This is not
Sunday from a week’s visit with Ashland
we treat every customer alike and give
W i I true. In October 1873, in company with
relatives and friends.
+ I five other men, I visited Crater Lake
more goods for the money, or give bet
Mrs. Sol. R. Fairchild joined her hus
and wrote a description of it in the Ore«
ter goods for the same money, than any
band at Kennett Monday where he is
gon Sentinel immediately after my visit,
keeping books for a mine.
* in which its character as an extinct
Alleged Small Pox Canet.
Mrs. R. A. Campbell returned home to
j* crater was discussed, and the name
Í “Crater Lake,” assigned to it. Iu 1882,
Judge Willits tells us that there is a
Edgewood Monday from a visit with Mre.
number of very mild cases of small pox Selects the Frat Thursday In Hep- H. G. Van Vactor in Ashlaud.
* while publishing the “Resources ef Ore-
f gon and Washington,” a magazine, in
in Jackson county, but from which,
Mrs Susie Terwilliger and son re
re in her to Meet in Ashland.
Yours for business,
1 Portland, 1 prepared and published an-
with care, no apprehension need be felt.
The twenty fifth annual meeting of the
4> other descriptive article on Crater Lake,
We are told by Dr. Reames that it is
visit with her mother in Ashland.
*’ in which I discussed at length its volcan-
genuine small pox but of a mild a char held at the office of Silas J. Dav secretary,
Mrs. W. H. B, Deardorff arrived Sun
ic origin and speculated on the probable
acter and carrying as little danger as an in Jacksonville, for the transaction of busi
* height of tbe mountain before its des-
ordinary case of measles. Still, great ness pertaining to the association. The day from Oakland, Douglas county, to
Ítruction by volcanic agency. In 1885 I
caution should be taken to prevent the treasurer, Hon. C. C. Beekman, made his visit her daughter, Mrs. A. F. Hunt.
Williams Block, Ashland, Oregon.
delivered a lecture on Crater Lake at
spreading of the disease, as it might in report, which was accepted and approved.
Nils Ahlstrom returned Monday from
Portland, Oregon, in which I d ecus’eed
time become more malignant. As a The secretary reported the foliuwing'narued a visit of six months at his old home in
+ its volcanic origin and gave estimates of
■ample of the small pox prevailing in members as having died durins the vear: Colorado after an absence of many years.
jits probable size, depth, etc.
the east as well as west Nebraska has Mrs. Carolina B. Hoffman. J. N. T. Miller
James McDonoug. The following of
Ex-County School Supt. H. H. Mitch
had this season 5,000 cases, and but of and
ficers were then »leced: E D. b'oudrav
W. G. Steel and other lovers of nature
the whole number there have been but of Phoenix was elected president ai d Mer ell has been appointed postmaster of As
— in Portland, who were thereby prompted
two deaths. In Norfolk, a city of about ritt Bellinger vice president, Silas J. Day bestos in place of Frank Davis, resigned.
AN AWFUL GOOD MAN,
6,000 people, there have recently been was re-elected secretary andC. C Beekman
of the credit, as tbe modesty of the com-
visit the lake, and who immediately
Capt. W. C. Grubb of Co. Bof this city
eighty cases, and no deaths. From such i treasurer. The following committees on left Saturday for Eureka, Cal , to join C.
missiouer shrunk from the ovations thereafter set on foot tbe efforts that re-
reports it would appear that the present! memorials were appointed by the president W. Root’s surveying crew for the sum A Sunday Paper of Washington Re which were being tendered the Land Of- suited in its survey by the U. 8. Geo
raid of small pox is less dangerous than E 1». Fondray: for Mrs. ,i.U. 'olman— mer.
lates the Goodness of Binger Her- fice, and adroitly turned, as well as he logical department, and its subsequent
Mrs. J Thompson, Mrs. A. H. Russell and
could, the applause and approval towards withdrawal and the establishment of a
the grip.—Klamath Falls Republican.
G. F Billings. For vlrs C. B. H ffrnan—
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hull and Frank Stew
matin in a Sunday School Tone of the secretary and the administration.
WANTED.—Capable, reliable person in j
art arrived last week from Union county
The Land Office, .which, up to this
This writer says it was called, by the
every county to represent laruecompany of and Mrs. Elizabeth Kenney. For James to visit the Rhinehart’s with a view of
time has been hostile or indifferent to its Indians, “Lake Mystery.’’ This title
solid financial reputation; $936 salary perl McDonough—Henrv Klippel. W J. Ply- locating.
Lakeview Examiner. j
bead, now began to wake up to the fact was applied, to it by the whites, and not
gÍ tar, payable weekly; $3 per day absolute-i male and Thos. Wright. For J N, T, Mil
Al A. Simmons, the photographer,
The following article from “The Sun- that
a man and an honest statesman was by the Indians, as the word itself im-
sure and all expenses; straight bona fine., ler— Wm. M.Colvig, C. C. Beekman and
has returned from Southern Oregon and day Globe,” Washington, D. C., Sunday,, _ at ___
tbe _ helm,
and _ with ____________
the customary ac plies. This writer goes on to say, “sur-
ifinite salary, no commission; salary paid i
will set up his tent again in Eugene.— June 2, 1901, refers to the contest be- i robatism of mere office holders, flunkv rounding streams flowing in, together
each Saturday and expense money ad
vanced each week. STANDARD HOUSE,
tween the settlers of Warner Valley and < officials who had been aiding and abet- with rains and melting snows, soon filled
Geo A. Jackson, G. W. Isaacs and Mrs Eugene Guard.
334 D earborn S t ., C hicago
H. Klippel. The reunion of the society
Russell O’Neil the circuit court re the State of Oregou and the Warner i ting the conspiracy to get the scalp of tbe large basin with water, etc.” There
will be held in Ashland, the first Thursday porter was up from Gold Hill Monday Valley Stock Company, over the lands i their chief, now prostrated themselves I are no streams flowing into Crater Lake,
in 8eptember, 1901.
where he is prospecting a rich quartz in Warner Valley in litigation for so with disgusting sycophancy and sang the I and but few springs to be seen on the
The Kind You Han Always Bought
B un U j
many years. The article which is no praises of the commissioner, whom they | inner rim of the lake. There is no vis-
claim that promisee well.
doubt correct in the main points, shows i sought to destroy. But Mr. Hermann, ible inlet nor outlet to or from this
TO CUK8 A COLD IN ONE DAY
H. V. Mitchell of the Ashland Meat Commissioner Binger Hermann to be
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Co , returned last week from Chico, Cal., an honest public servant and a manly who was not dismayed at their hostility, wonderful body of water. The walls
Stonide Floor Paint, - -
National Wagon Paint,
was just as indifferent to their flattery, surrounding Crater Lake are unbroken
AU druggists refund the money if it fails to
• ’s signature
aud he has pursued the even tenor of and precipi ous, rising from the waters
is on each where he secured two carloads of beef man. The Sunday Globe says:
cattle from Mayor Phelan’s herd.
The General Land Office hae had some ( exact justice and compliance with his edge to a height varying from 1000 to
Continental Household Paint, and CEMENTICO.
2000 f’- above the water, while the water
Section Foreman W. A. Holmes and of the ablest and most distinguished ( oath of office to the present moment.
Fred C. Keller dropped into Ashland daughter, Miss Zoe Holmes, returned statesmen at its head from the days of
It wae a great triumph for Commis- reaches a depth of more than 2000 feet,
last week after an absence of six years Saturday night from a trip to San Fran Lincoln to the present occupant, ex- i eioner Hermann, and The Globe is proud VVriters ambitious to entertain the pub-
For Infanta and Children.
-®=®^FRUIT BOXES AND MILL WORK
ConreBsman Binger Hermann of Ore to be able, where so much is to be critf- lie in print, ought to inform themeelves
He was employed as brakeman on the cisco and other California points.
first trains to arrive in Ashland from the
cized, to eulogize, or rather record, the with, reference to their subject before
Conductor J. N. Rhodes left for Sisson of his eventful life aspired to the posi truth itself, which is the best eulogy, of | putting them out.
C. B. WATSON,
eouth and afterward worKed in the
round house. He has been in the east Monday to take charge of a work train tion as tbe height of his ambition, but I one of the purest, and ablest, and most
~ One Way to Do It.
most of the time. He describes his pres Mrs. R. and the children will join him at the time lacked both the influence incorruptible men who has ever held the
and standing to secure the coveted prize important position of commissioner of
Get from Portland to Chicago in 72 hours
ent occupation as an evangelist without this week for a stay of a month or so.
It is unnecessary to state that the Gen the Land Office.
—just 3 days. The "Chicago-Portland
any fixed residence and disassociated
Mitchell Bros., the depot liverymen,
Special,” leaving Portland daily at 9 a. in.
from any organization.
last week turned out another new surrey eral Land Office is in the department of
iviaO, R & N„ arrives at Chicago at 9:30
riayea uu .
the third d*y. New York and Boston ate
A Salem paper says: Mre. Patterson, they bought of Peil and will add another stood, even among those who are not
mother of the young Linn county man. new rig this week to be ready for Sun familiar with Government affairs, that Dull Headache, Pains in various parts of I reached the fourth day. This train, ac-
the body, Sinking at the pit of the stomach, I knowledged to be the fastest between the
who was convicted from Douglas county, day.
everything under the Government is in
5« - «a » XXSi
aud Ins sister, Mre. Showalter, who hae
Miss Frances Huffer of Jacksonville, the Department of the Interior, if it U- « .VP«,... F.,.rt,hO„,.
been missionary in Africa, were before was one ot the members of the class of hasn’t been provided for specially else Sores are all positive evidences of impure Pullman drawing rdtom sleeping cars, free
Governor Geer today in behalf of Patter trained nurses graduating from tbe Good where. The Commissioner, or head of blood. No matter how it became so.it reclining chair cars, and unexcelled dining
Samaritan Hospital at Portland this tbe General Land Office is, therefore, a must be purified in order to obtain good oarS) the meals on which are equal to those
health. Ackers Blood Eltxer has never served at the very best hotels. Remember
subordinate, so to speak, of the Secre failed to cure Scrofulous or Syphilitic pot- lhi3 lrain runs so'id Portland to Chicago: Has arrived, comprising Cheap,
For Sale—12x14 five foot wall tent tor week.
Stove«, ranges, graniteware and tin
Medium and High Grade goods J 11^ 11
and Best Variety
ware, furniture, bedroom suites, bed
__ at from
in Southern Oregon
steads, spring mattresses, carpets, and
A o heavy Oil Opaque Cloth of different widths, from which we make
matting. Agent fur John Deere buggies,
The Telephone-Registei saye that now prospecting for a big fortune in the rulings.
N air B ros .
| \ye have other trains—The “Fijcitic Ex Odd Size and Wide Shades in colors to match stock goods. Our stock of
wagons and implements.
President Boardman has received notice mining line at Henley, visited Ashland
press" leaves Portland daily at 9 p. m. vis Portieres and Lace Curtains is complete.
In the case in point, however, an ef
that John D Rockerfeller will contri
Huntington, and the “Spokane Flyer"
Everything, Both Mew and bute $10,000 for the future endowment Harry Yeo returned Saturday from cotnmissoner’s ruling, but »Iso to take
leaves at 6 p, m. daily via Spokane for St. Mattings and Linoleum
of McMinnville college provided that his trip to Portland and The Dalles and his official head, that the way might be a great deal of consolation in that the Paul and tbe East.
Prices according to Quality,
For rates, sleeping car reservation, etc,
double the amount be raised from other other northern points looking at the open to seat in the office a more compli frosts up that way which about ruined
Stores: Main St., and 4th St., near Depot sour<-«s for the same purpose. An effort country
But Always Low
Among other curiosities he ant tool of the syndicate which sought the fruit never affected the mines at all. call on or write to any O. R. & N. a rent or
A. L. C raig ,
; will lie made to take advantage of the saw was the bloomer girls who couldn’t to oust the settlers of Oregon and Cali-
Danger, disease and death follow neglect
i Rockefeller offer.
play very good baseDail.
General Passenger Agent
forn a from their lands and homes. The of the bowels. U^e DeWitt’s Little Early
Kisers to regulate them and you will add
Sick H eadache ab’Olutelv and perma
J. D. Kendall and W. W. Chisholm conspiracy had its inception iu the of years to your life and life to your years.
BORAX BEDS IN LAKE CO.
nently cured bv using Moki Tea
A the Salt Lake capitalists and friends of fice of Mr. Hermann and its ramifica
pleasant herb drink. Cures consupati< n Grant Crary arrived Saturday night tions extended to the Secietary’s private Easy to take, never gripe.—M c N air B ros .
Lands Located fur Wbat i'i---tni«es <
and indigestion, makes you eat, sleep, from the City of the Saints and left Tues office Every effort and pressure was
work and happy. Satisfaction guaranteed day for an outing at Pelican Bay Lodge brought to bear upon President McKin
An Important Industry.
or tuoney back. 25cts. and 50cts. M c N air
Their friends in Ashlaud are always ley to remove Hermann, and it ¡9 mira
B ros .
Hon. V, Conn, who started for Port
culous he didn’t yield, as the President
pleased to meet them.
land Monday, returned Tuesday night,
G. L. Davie had on exhibition at I
has the rare faculty of substuting the
having only gone as far as Lakeview. He
Caine’s drug store in Gold nill Friday I
right man with the wrong one. But in
broueiit the word that Charles Mac-
forty ounce of amalgam which was ex tain came out from Portland Friday this instance, to his credit, be it said,
“ It is proper, I think, to let others know Knight Lane, a newspaper man from
tracted at Houck’s mill from fifteen tons and returned to the metropolis Sunday he resisted the pressure, and Hermann about
Nevada, who was here in Paisley Sun
of ore from the Tom Wright mine in the night. They are employed in the tele remained.
English Remedy for Coughs, Colds and Con- day and Monday, but did not make his !
Willow creek district. This mine is now phone service in Portland and were
Assistant General Vanderver was very sumption.
business known, had filed in the Lake
owned and operated by Messrs. Davis, spending a vacation attending the com active in the fight waged, which came From the
view land office, on all of Albert lake and
mencement exercises at the state uni about in this way:
Dent and Dabler —News.
all of Summer lake, 720 claims in all,
The settlers in Oregon and adjacent began hand-
D yspepsia can be C ured bv using Ack-
paying into the Lakeview land office
Gold Hill News: Geo. Nichols, who territory who had either settled on or lingit.itsold
Following Is the program outlined:
erj’ l)yspep-iaTablets. One little Tablet
about $600. The gentleman comes from
has been conducting a general store at improved their holding, and who had
National salute at sunrise.
the Humboldt Borax works, where he is
funded. Sold in handsome tin boxes at I tLia place for the past several years, left obtained their right and titles by the I the
Band—assembly at 9 o’clock a. m.
extensively interested, and comes highly
! for Ashlaud Tuesday to engage in the act of settlement, were to be ousted by a ing all the
Parade, the order of which is to be as
recommended from the best hanks of
Sir Mountstutrt Grant-Duff, in his
Nevada. It is presumed he knows what
"Diary,” tells a story anont Father Healv, land’s gain, as George is a gentleman of the defective conditions under which the
he is about, and the chances are that
who happened to be sitting in a tramcar many sterling qualities and we wish settlers took possession of tbe lands.
I northern Lakecounty will soon be talked
Marshal of the dav and staff.
in cotnpanv with two very ill-bred Prot himself and family success in their new The syndicate was powerful, and it had what
" " » ■ ’
1. O. 0.
of all over the world as a great bed of ■ ■ ■
sufficient reasons to think that the po
President of tbe day and reader of the estants, whose conversation contained venture.
borax as well as a depository for numer-
little else than the most rabid abuse of
it is. Ths
E xperience I s T he B est T eacher Use
| ous other minerals. It has been known TPA.IÜNTTS, PAINTERS’ TOOLS.
Orator of the day and Chaplain.
tbe Roman Catholic church. As he left Acxer’s English Remedy in any case of f subjects, or ousted bodily from their satisfaction
for some time that the waters of these
Indian war veterans and Grand Army the car Father Healy remarked: "I ob coughs, colds or croup. Should it fail to » holdings. After the usual pleadings, it gives is
WALL PAPER, O-LASS. ETO.
two lakes were a strong solution of borax,
of the Repn'ilic.
serve, gentlemen, that you do not believe I give immediate relief money refunded. • statements and investigations, the ques universal.
B uilding P apers , W kappino P apers and T wines . ARTI8TS’ MATERIALS.
tion came up to the General Land Office Our
Spanish war veterans.
in purgatory.” “No indeed, we think it 25cts. and 50cts. E uoenb a . S herwin .
I tigate its wealth.—Paisley, Lake Coun-
for adjudication. The Commissioner’s izens
! and say
Oregon National Guard.
is one of the many soul-destroying errors
it is the best thing for throat ana
Frank Waite shipped three carloads
Battecy ol Light A'tillery.
of your svstein.” “In that case,” re of Ashland sandstone to the Salem post- character was known as one of singular lung
troubles they ever saw. Mr. 8. H. Cul
integrity. In this era of compliant tools ver, one of our prominent townsmen, says
Float, Goddess of Liberty.
cannot be long lived because
plied the priest, “vou tnav go to hell ” |office building this week.
He has 12 of tausts, syndicates and monopolies, Acker’s English Remedy is the only medi io Dyspeptics
In e requires nourishment. Food is not
Floats of t arinus orders and societies.
Refrigerators, tents, hammocks, lawn men at work and it will take them three such a reputation indicates a dangerous cine that helped his chronic cough of many | nourishing until it is digested. A dis
and camp chairs.
J. P. Dodge, opera months or more to get out the 50 to 60 man, from this point of view, and hence years’ standing. At first it gave relief, and ordered stomach cannot digest food, it
carloads required. The stone is being after “feeling him out,” the syndicate now, after taking a few bottles, he is wholly must have assistgnee, Kodol Dyspepsia
Ashland fire companies.
Cured. I buy it by the gross at a tups, I Cure digests all kinds of food without aid
I dressed at Salem.
set to work to oust him from office; and and my sales are larger on this one medicine from the stomach, allowing it to rest and
Flora and her maids.
than on any other in my store. It is a great regain its natural functions. Its elements
successfully compete with his healthy rival.
Representatives of histerical characters
A Farlow to W P Farlow, 17 acres In sec DeWitt's Little Karly Risers tbe famous active aid of the conspirators in tbe pleasure for me to feel that while I am prosper are exactly the same as the natural digest
ing 1 I am also doing so mui
much good to the com- ive fluids and it smiDlv can’t help but do
CitiiwQS in carriages.
1 t p 30 r 2 h $50
• pills for constipation wilt remove the cause Land Office itself. The people interested (ng
91 First Street, Portland, Ore.
nYunitv in selling such a grand medicine."
you tome good —M c N air B ros .
Literary «xetcieea at Chautauqna Park
in a fair decision of the land question nmnity
Lvdia A and W H Jotnscu to W P Far of your troubles.—M c N air B ros .
were not idle, and relying upon the ab (Signed R. R. D ouglas , Westfield, N. Y.
beginning at 10:30 a. m.
low. same properly.
B. 0. Jakway is doing reportorial work solute honesty of Mr. Hermann for a
J Nunan to El a'Parker Smith, 160 acres
Clay pigeon shoot at the Athletic
Sold at 25c.. 50c. and $1 a bottle, throughout
on the Register in place of Otto Gilstrap just decision, they rallied to his support, tbe United States and Canada; and in Eng
in sec 19. ip 36 r 1 e. $1300.
Southern Pacific fast freight, No. 222,
grounds, 10:30 a. tn.
who is taking a vacation. Roy Robley and rival delegates daily visited the land, at Is. 2d.. 2s. 3d., 4s. 6d. If you arenot from San Francisco, was badly wrecked Importers and Dealers in
Literary exercises—“The Roll Call of
and Bernard Spencer have started home President—the one coniposed of syndi satisfied after buying, return the bottle to Saturday afternoon seven miles south of
States,” at the Ohantanqua Park, at 2 tp 34, r 2 w. $300.
K 8 Hopkins to H L McWilliams, 40 to Ashland on their wheels.—Eugene
Ashland, coming down the Siskiyou
o’clock p. m.
cate tools, the other representatives of your druggist, and get your money back.
ac-es in tp 3k and 39. A bond.
We authorize the cibove guarantee.
A car wheel broke, aud
Basehall game at tbe Athletic grounds
Rogue River Campmeeting Association ! Guard.
W. O. HOOKER & CO.. Proprietor», New York.
three loaded cars were thrown into the
at 2 o’clock p. tn.
Purse of $109 to to W D Taylor. 10 acres in camp ground
Now, Mr. McKinley knew Mr. Her
"I had » running sore on mv breast for
Sold by McNair Bros.
ditch and the track torn up for a consid
near Central Point, $350
over a year," says Henry R. Richards of mann; he had served with him in con
• erable distance, but fortunatelv none of
Mary £ and Silas J Day, to W D Taylor, Willseyville, N. Y , and tried «great many gress, and as the President is himself an
Sham battle at 4 o’clock p. tn.
I the train crew were injured. The north
remedies, but got no relief until I used honest man, he entertained for the com
Mardi Gras at 6 o’clock p. in. to 10 or 22. camp ground at Central Point. $1.
Banner Salve. After using one-half box, missioner that high esteem which one
bound and southbound over lands Nos.
o’clock p. ni.
I was perfectly cured I cannot recom- honest man has for another, and he re
15 and 16 were both delayed about eix
Estimates given on Electrical Plants, Electric House
Fireworks at 8:30 to 10 o’clock p. m.
| menu it too highly." T. K. B olton .
Maeqae ball at 10 o’clock p. m.
sented all pressure for his removal.
The hour of the decision was approach
Wiring, and Special Designs furnished for Fire-Place Fur
Hon. John Barrett, ex-minister to
Increased Uses for Oil.
LANE—In Gold Hill, June 18, 1901, to
Siam and a candidate for the position of ing, the secretary’s views were known to
the wife of G. W. Lane a daughter.
Oil is used as fuel extensively in Rus niture
minister to China in case Conger resigns, favor the syndicate, and so was Vander-
Agents for ths new COLUMBIAN GRATE.
sia, and at existing prices oil is much
HOMES—In Ashland precinct, June 14, was on SuDdav’s train for San Francisco ver’s. Then a last effort and rally was
made on the President, but he stood
Ona of the moat helolnl books on nerve
1901, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. I. Homes, on Pan-American business.
Thoroughly Restocked and
I cheaper fupl in Pennsylvania than coal.
w»-aknee« ever issued is th it entitled
firm, and when the friends of Mr. Her
x- i vy
The largo steamers on the t olga river
and Caspian Sea have discarded all
mann called to stiffen the presidential
“Narve Waste,” bv Dr. Sawyer of Han
Fr*n<-ieco, now in its fifth thousand.
lor oil residue. The cost of
Crzi-XVALIliX A | 0^ per nii]e j9 only one third of that of
Tn'S work of an experienced and repu
table physician is tu agreeable contras'
‘ I know the commissioner. I served
coai. The Russian Government is now
tlon of a famous French physician, will quickly cure you of all ner
vous or diseases of the generative organs, such as Lost Manhood.
with him in congress, aud, I saw when
experimenting with oil on soma of its
to the vast suiu of false teaching which HALL—COOK—At the residence of
Insomnla^Palns in the Back. Seminal £ missions. Nervous Debility,
Mr Wilsou in Jacksonville, June 16,
prevails on this interesting subject. It
war vessels. A large planter in Colo
he assumed the duties of his office no
Pimples, vnfltness to Marry, Exhausting Drains, Varicocele a«><I
Constipation. It stops all losses by day or night. Prevents aulck-
1901, by Rev. N. M. Hansen, Magnes
better man could have been selected. I Best and
rado County, Texas, is putting up a
abounds in carefully considered and
ncss of discharge, which If not cheer erf leads to 8]
Hall and Miss Edu« Cook.
say the same now, and he shall remain.”
mill with a capacity of burning 1000
practical advice, and hae the two great
UM rfwsdv . mm srTrn all tbe horrors of Impotency. CVPIirEMKcle
and the urinary organs of ail Impurities.
barrel-! of ui1 a day. He says it is one- j
Mr. Hermann announced bis opinion
merits of wisdom and sincerity.
CUPIDEIE strengthens and restores small weak organs.
It is indorsed bv both the religious
by Doctors Is because ninety per cent
ville, June 17,1901, by J. W. Ply male,
Prauatttia. CCPIDENEls tbe only kDOwn remedy to cure without an operat
subsidized legal views of the syndicate
and secular t>reee. Toe Chicago Advance
Street Railway, of San Francisco, is; a:s.
J. P., J. W. Calkins and Miss May I.
A written guarantee given and money returned If six boxes does not effect i
preparing to use oil instead of coal at • fijOabox.alxforfiJJO.by mail. Send for VBix circular and testimonial«
says: “A perusal of the book and the
tools. The uprisings all along tbe Pacific
its works,—Portland Oregonian Editor-:
application ot its principles will put
slope on the commissioner’s decision ad
Address BAVOL MXBICUOE CO^ P. a Box HX, Ban Francisco, Cat Tbr Bale bp
monished Secretary Hitchcock to get on
health, hope and heart into thousands nf JACKSON—BERRY—In Jacksonville,
Sold at M c N air B ros .’ Drug Store, Ashland, Or.
Goes by Barron, Shake,
June 19. 1901, by Judge Chas. Prim,
lives that are now suffering through
the Hermann band wagon which he im
Soda Springs, Parkers and
Alfred Wallace Jackson and Bertha
mediately proceeded to do when he found
pois.- ning a' d »0 awn tortures are q ick-
Keno;aiso beat cocr.ect ions
how popular it was. The press and peo
Ttis book is $1.00, bv mail, postpaid.
i ly cred bv DeWitt's Witch Hazel Saive.—
One of the most interesting chapters— I
ple unanimously approved the commis
I M c N air B ros .
ath Falls to Bonansa, Bly
chapter xi, on Nervines aud Nerve
sioner’s views, and the secretary, much
and Lakeview, Ft. Klamath
against bis will, had to approve the same
Tonics—Las t»een printed separately as a
and Indian Agency.
sample chapter, and will be s«ut tn anv
in the face of the verdict of public opin
Ths Kind YouH avt^Alwajrs Bought
addresa for stamp by the publishers, I HORN—At Galls creek, Jane 16. 1091,
ion. The secretary gracefully did the
Tux PACtrrc Pvn, Co , Box 2W, Bau 1 Martha, daughter of Mr. «nd Mrs. D.
act, however, and per consequence came Pswwingw», Baggage, Express & Frvigbt
I Hönr, qpd U /«nf.
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