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ASHLAND, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1902.
JACKSON CO. APPLES AT DAWSON.
FIGHT WITH HUGE
The following interesting history of a
box of Oregon apples is furnished by
Rev. J. J. Walter, who has just returned
from a four weeks trip in southern Ore
The box was packed by Miss Delia
Williams, September 10, 1901. Into it
1 she placed the following note:
“Medford, Or., Sept. 10, 1901.—This
box of apples was packed by Mis6 Delia
Williams, of Central Point, Or. Will the
person purchasing this box please write
me, stating price paid for the box and
1 condition of the apples, and where pur
chased?” The original letter was return
, ed to Miss Williams, and she received ifr
on the 5th of this month, stating that
the apples were purchased in Dawson
( City, January 17, 1902; condition first
cost $8. The writer also in
J closed and
a dollar bill to the young lady.—
A Coal Prospector Lays Out A Cat As It
G A. Gurnea was up from Medford
Was Leaping on Him—The Meadows
often conveys a warning. Warnings are
Dick Parker returned Monday from
frequently neglect«d, but whenever dis-
reg aided, those who make the mistake
From The Meadows Correspondent.)
The Meneley Concert Co. will be here
pay the penalty of the error.
No bob cats this time, but a genuine
on March 1st.
J. H. Settlemeier & Son,
your system is run down, there’s seme-
panther that measured nine feet from
Hiliarv Gregory has returned to his
tip to up. It was killed by Peter Bush
righted immediately. The blood is the
home in Canada.
Commencing this date we will close our Entire Stock of
of Salt Creek, who with another man by
river of life, and the whole system is de-
tbe na.ine of Place were prospecting for
Eastern shoes for men and boys at
raised while it’s out if order
coaL on Evans creek. When his dog
Dry Goods, Clothing,
nothing belter than McN AIR'S SARSAPA
started the huge beast it was coming di
RILLA to restore the system to its normal
Miss Anna Towne of Phoenix visited
rectly toward him. He was armed with
“Blood tells nowhete so
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Ashland friends Monday.
an old rusty Winchester rifle which fail
much as in the health. You are what
ed to fire. One cartridge after auother
Mrs. Fred M. Carter went to Portland
your blood is Make vour bloixl ri Jit by
HATS, CAPS, NOTIONS, E tc ., at COST.
apples ; pears ,
was thrown into the gun until the sixth
Friday to visit her parents.
taking McN-lIR’S SARSAPARILLA.
one was tried before one fired. Being
Misses Anna and Ida Hargrove return-
excited and his aim not true, with the
ed from San Francisco Sunday.
In short, any and everything in <>ur s ock except Shoe-« will be
panther only forty feet away, he only
crippled it, which enraged and brought
closed at Cost for the purpose M inakiug room for extensive Shoe
Hon. VV. I. Vawter was up from Med
unearthly screams from the monster.
PURSE HOLDERS TO ORGANIZE.
ford Monday on a business trip.
purchases already made.
VERYTHING guaranteed true to
It then bounded toward Mr. Bush, short
Druggists and Stationers, Ashland, Or.
Mrs. Stidham of Central Point was here
Organization is the order of the day ening the distance to about ten feet, then
name. One of the o’dest-estab-
Saturday to secure a location for a home, j and waste of energy is becoming as unin- made its last leap directly for him and
lisbed and best known nurseries
as shiftlcssness. The latest class he- fired the fatal shot, the panther drop-
on the Pacific coast.
Mrs. J. W. Hrtss of Siskiyou listened durable
to Judge Ewing's lecture Friday evening. to
’ get together in this valley are the ing within three feet of him. Mr. Bnsb-
bankers who held an informal meeting at
it ia the largest head of its kind that
James S. Bailey was over from Shake Medford on Washington’s Birthday to says
IRt IT MEN IN SESSION.
he has ever seen. He is an old hunter MEDFORD RAISING REVENUES
Are Partially Hl,
I Oregon fruit meu have deliberated in
for the transaction of banking in this val ever had.
Taxes A Long List of Occupations and Corvallis, during the past two days.
Miss Helen Colvig is visiting Ashland
Their presence and their -discussions
Asa Love had quite an exciting time
Raises Saloon Licenses.
Giving Us a Complete and ilp=to=Date
friends the guest of Miss Gertrude Mc- the several banks as follows: H. L. Gil one day last week with a dehorned steer
I bring to mind the assured future that
key, cashier Frst National Bank of Grants
The Medford city council is kept busy i horticultural industry is to have in Ore-
he had lasooed and was leading down the
Cine in Jill Styles, which will be sold §
.Tames Briner came over Saturday from Banking & Trust Co.;TV. I. Vawter, pres- mountain on horse back when the steer these days levying on all the sources pos : gon. Oregon apples have sold at a price
to secure revenues to run the city : in London that netted the Oregon grow
the Espey mines near Cole’s on a busi- dent
of the Jackson County Bank of Med made a charge on him striking the horse sible
and meet its interest charges on outstand er $2.25 at his orchard The strawberry
at Lowest Cash Prices«
ford; J. E. Enyart, cashier of the Med
down the grade with the steer re ing indebtedness. The city is greatly in ! crop of the Hood river district last sea-
J. H. Chambers of the Ashland Manu ford Bank; E. V. t arter, cashier Bank of hurry
its butting at short intervals un debt considering the small amount it has • son sold for $80,000. Oregon fruits led
facturing Co., has gone to his home at
came to a short bend in the road to show for the amount of outstanding j all others and captured all the desirable
Bank of Ashland; E. A. Sherwin, presi
steer made a vicious charge obligations. A few months ago the coun I prizes at Buffalo. Europeis turning to
dent, and A. McCallen, cashier of the
horse and rider clear off the ci I taxed the Sunset telephone company Oregon and begging that Oregon apples
PIONEER BLOCK, Plaza and Main Street, Ashland, Or.
First National Bank of Ashland.
grade, the horse going under a tree and $100per year license which case is now be shipped there. From all over the
Parson and C. C. Wood attended the K.
a limb striking Love in the face badly in the U. 8. district court on a tempora United States inquiries are pouring in on
P. ball at Medford Friday.
PROSPECTING ABOUT GOLD HILL.
scratching and bruising the most prom ry injunction restraining the city from the Oregon State Board of Horticulture,
Grandma Parker arrived Monday from
inent part—his nose. When he got the disturbing their lines, poles, etc. Re and in these inquiries, people are seek Stovt-R, ranges, graniteware and tin
a visit with her daughter, Mrs. G. H. From the News.)
steer lotted he looked like the little boy cently the council raised saloon licenses ing for locations where they can grerrr 1 ware, furniture, bedroom suites, bed
Wilson, in San Francisco.
Gold Hill Mining, Power and Develop that had been playing in the mud and from $400 to $600 per year and added Oregon fruits.
steads, spring mattresses, carpet«, and
GRANITE FOR CfllCKEN GRIT.
All these facts have a meaning. They
more stringent regulations to their bur
PARTY CONVENTION TIME HERE
Mrs. G. W. Dunn returned Saturday ment Company, Gold Hill; $100,000; J. the calves run over him.
den. The council had another busy day mean that whether Oregonians do it or matting. Agent for John Deere buggies,
from a protracted visit at Alameda, Cal., J. Honck, T. J Kenney, J. Nunan, A E.
Rogue River valley’s decomposed
last week and reached its arms around not, the horticultural resources of Ore wagons and implements.
granite has been discovered to be The Republican, Democratic and Socialist with her sister Mrs. Chas. Culver.
poverty was represented to perfection. the following appended industries and gon are going to be developed, and that
useful for another purpose aside from
Everything, Both New and
Mrs. B. H. Hatch has returned from a state.
Ed. Welch represented a M. E. preacher caused them, also, to produce revenue:
before many years the industry will
Organizations Getting Ready to Put
that of furnishing material for road
visit at Spokane, Wash., and Mrs Levi
with numerous patches and a stove pipe Circus, day time........................... $ 50 00 bring untold millions of wealth and
beds. Several carloads of the granite
Thurston & White are building a quartz hat. The crowd failed to get yellow leg
Eagan is over from Klamathon on a visit.
night time....................... 50 00 many new jnliabiiants into the state.—
have been shipped Trom Josephine coun
mill on Applegate to run on the Black- ged chickens but mush and milk instead.
Mr and Mrs. Crit. Tolman returned well mine on Humbug creek.
Main Street, Ashland. Oregon
ty to the Seattle Produce Company, who mittee is called to meet at Medford on
The prize, which was a cake, was won by Circus and menagerie combined
will dispose of it as chicken grit. This next Wednesday, March 5th, at2 o’clock from San Francisco Monday where the
each exhibition.................... 100 00
WOMEN AND JEWELS
decomposed granite is becoming popular p. m., for the purpose of issuing call for latter has been in a hospital for treatment. made a strike on Galls creek in which unfortunately was flavored with cayenne
Circus and menagerie, two exhi
as walk and roadway material all over county convention, etc. It is signed by
candy, flowers, man—that is
Go to Guinea’s for good overalls.
the ore runs about thirty dollars.
ols S n «
bitions, day and night......... 150 00
the state, the Southern Pacific Company Horace Mann as chairman and M F.
of a woman’s preferences. AND H EALlNGWr'1
Walter King, the Fourth street shoe
Charles Mier is preparing to make a
Mr. Welch went to Medford on the
using it at all Oregon depot platforms. Eggleston as secretary. E. J. Farlow
or night, each tent................ 15 00
man was out on a prospecting trip in the test
run on the Orme & Mel: attire mine
to bring home his wife, who went
The granite sells in Portland for 70 cents
to the average woman. Even that great*
J. D. 01 well are members of the ex vicinity of Gold Hill last week, return-, .on Forest creek, The mine s is looking I 22nd
Side show, two exhibitions, day
a 100 pounds’ Whole mountains are and
est of all jewels, health, is often ruined
composed of it in Southern Oregon.
in the strenuous efforts to make or save
— is —
Mr Pomeroy is going to Central Point to Menagerie, each exhibition, day
central committee: Applegate, Geo Hoff
Misses Gladys and Lillian Julian came
man; North Ashland. J C Neil; West
James Hayes and Henry Ray have bring his family home on account of the
or night....... ........................ 50 00 woman will risk her health to get a
Ashland, M F Eggleston; South Ashland, over from Yreka Monday to visit their made a very flattering strike down the smallpox scare in that town.
Menagerie, two exhibitions, day
Jas lliley; Big Butte, W W Parker; Cen relatives, Louis C. Bolle and Mrs. Bolle ] river a few miles.
and night.............................. 75 00 I coveted gem, then let her fortify herself
W. Carter had a surprise party at his
against the insiluous consequences of Easy and pleasant to
tral Point, Thos Beall; Eagle Point, John for a few days.
Al. Cowgill lias
has a drift in about two place on the 14th. All report having
ghs, colds and bronchial affections bv use. Contains no
Ashpole; Prospect, O F Goodlow; Talent,
each exhibition................... •>n nn I cou
Chas. Hocum, E. A. Hildreth, Sr , and hundred
feet and has about three feet of had a fine time.
the regular use of Dr. Boschee’s German injurious drug.
A Alford; Phoenix, E D Foudray; Ster John Johnson were at Jacksonville Mon- fine ore.
Opera, theatrical, or concert
Syrup. It will promptly ar rest consump Il is quickly absorb-
ling, J .M Cantrall; Union, A Thockmor- day where the former made final proof
Joe Mayfield and sister and Jim Musty
troupe, or other exhibition or
tion in its early stages and heal the af
ton; Watkins, Ezra Arnold; Gold Hill, on his homestead.
, properties and is paying his usual high
fected lunge and bronchial tubes and
J H Beeman; ( limax, A E Moore;
Lecturers who charge admission 3 00 drive
It Opens and Cleanses t lie Nasal Passages,
North Jacksonville, Frank
Allays Inflammation, lleals and Protects
L C. Bolle of Wellen was here on the Companies or troops selling pat
It is not a cure-aP, but it is a certain tlie
___ , Friday from their Antelope stock ranch
It is a sad thing to see fine South Jacksonville, John S Orth;
ent medicines, each exhibi
Restores the Senses of
Higgins & Dunlap are having about 17th branding cattle and looking after
Pooh Bah, J A Whitman; East Medford,
tion ......................................... 25 00 troubles. You can get Dr. G. G. Green’s Taste and Smell. Large Size, 50 cents at
fruit trees spoiled by the blight. H Mann; West Medford, F W Wait; relatives and friends.
Traveling physicians, each day.. 5 00 reliable remedies at T. K. B olton ’ s . Druggists or by mail; Trial Size. 10 cents
old Applegate mine to Houck’s mill.
Roxy, Otto Caster; Lake Creek, Gus
AV. P. Counts of Tolo had two men in
Mrs. Ed. Grisez visited Miss Mina
Get Green’s Special Almanac.
56 Warren Street, N. Y.
Obenchain & Penniger are piping on a The Meadows gathering up cattle on the
You can always tell them from Nichols; Sams Valley, M Perry; Steam Stoops Saturday and Sunday en route very
rich body of gravel on Sardine creek 15th.
boat, A W Shearer;’ Table Rock, M A home to Little Shasta from a visit with
just* below the Van Mulkey mine.
the rest. They never do well Huston; Pleasant Creek, Joshua Neat her folks at Phoenix.
Traveling occulists or opticians,
hammer; Rock Point, J E Coffey; Foots
per day.................................... 2 50
Smith Bros, are still sinking on a rich it on the 16th.
Paul Costel writes from Sheridan, Wy
afterwards but stay small and Creek, J A Cook; Trail, J J Briscoe; oming
hawker or vendor, per
that it has been 32 below zero '
W ilkcr is cutting shingle bolts
Woodville, John Woods; Dunn, J True;
expect to have their gasoline plant set up 1 for George
Meadows, J H Gardner; Willow Springs,
Foot peddlers of paient medi
in mi.ling .order within the next two,
Wm Peningcr; Mound, D E l’bipps •
cines or other goods, wares,
I Peter AVilson had a house raising on
It is worse to see a blight County Chairman II. D. Kubli has Louis Huseman, who is extensively en Major Andrews is working three men the 16th.
or merchandise, per day.....
in the live stock business in Big
Peddlers of any of above named
called the republican county central com gaged
Walker is slowly improving
strike children. Good health mittee to meet at Jacksonville Saturday Shasta valley, arrived in Jackson county fine ore. This mine has produced a great in Grandma
goods, per day.......................
Ashland, Oregon, Corner Second and Main.
Drays, one horse, per quarter.... 3 00
of this week at 10 o’clock a. m. for the Monday to look at some cattle.
is the natural right of children. purpose of fixing a date for the county Rev. B. B. Burton, aW Evangelist, will dication of a steady producer.
“ two “
“ .... 5 00
Awful muddy, no bottom to the roads.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK
Express, or delivery one horse,
convent ion and making an apportionment begin a revival in the Christian church
But some of them don’t get therefor. The following is the committee: at corner of Spring and Second streets Leeston Smith is faithfully working on The Illinois river, Josephine county,
per quarter.............................. 1 50
MARBLE, GRANITE, IRON FENCING and
the Uncle Sam mine. The rock is won was higher during the late freshet than Express or delivery, two horse,
E B Barron; Dunn, Geo WDunn; the second week in March.
their rights. While the rest Barron,
derfully hard and drilling slow’ but lie is it has been since the flood of ’01. A
West Ashland, F D Wagner; East Ash
GENERAL CONTRACTING in STONE WORK
Robinson, Dr. De Barr and W. confident of success.
pool or pigeon hole tables
J 1’ Dodge; Talent, Emmett Beeson; M. Wm.
number of families residing opposite Ker Billiard,
grow big and strong one stays land,
each per quarter ..................
Phoenix, W R Coleman; Sterling, II E
Good reports come from the placers of by were rescued from drowning by rafts.
Ankeny; Union, Wm Cameron; Watkins, yart of Medford were here Saturday Foot3 creek, every mine is being worked A horse swam across the river carrying a Bowling alley, per quarter...........
small and weak.
per quarter............ 10 Oil
W E Finney; Applegate, 11 D Kubli;
to the utmost, every one trying to make line, and by this means the unfortunates Auctioneers,
JU Whin; East Medford,
Nice line of mattings at Gurnea’s, up for the long wait, caused by the lack were towed to safety. Six families were
Scott’s Emulsion can stop Jacksonville,
I L Hamilton; West Medford, A M Wood Fourth street, near depot.
rescued in this way.—Observer.
Skating rinks, per quarter........... 15 00
Pooh Bah, W H Gore; Central Point,
that blight. There is no J ford;
Bill, sign and advertising poster
W Merritt; Roxy, CC Taylor; Climax, Sunday’s train en route from Redding to
Haff’s steam drill has been done at the
reason why such a child should Fjigle Point, Geo Brown; Like Creek, L make their home at Roseburg. They Bowden, a few feet in depth is gained
Fire, life or accident insurance
day. The ledge matter remains
agents, per annum .............. 20 00
stay small. Scott s Emulsion C Charley; Big Butte, W II Derby; Sams are visiting Applegate relatives this week. every
Real estate agents, each per an-
Before having photos taken get Camps’ about the usual width of three feet, the
Valley, C A Dickison; Trail, Sam Geary;
ore holding to its value, about thirty dol
is a medicine with lots of FlounceRock, SS Aiken; Willow Springs, prices.
- num......................................... 20 00
lars per ton. The country rock is still
Traveling sign painters, per day 5 00
S ] ... F Hathaway;
County Assessor Chas. Crow and Miss hard granite, but not so liard as during
!_x , H T T~.
strength in it—the kind of ley; Rock l. Point,
Traveling paper hangers and
were up from Josephine the pinch. The indications are good and
painters, per day....................
Woodville, J M Whipple; county George
strength that makes things Pleasant Creek,
from Friday to Sunday celebrat if no unforseen accident happens these
Everything usually found in an “Up-to-Date” Furniture Store
Miles S Wakeman; ing George
’s birthday with friends and men will prove the Bowden to be a mine
Favorite Nearly Everywhere. <
Meadows, E C Pomeroy.
and at right prices.
Constipation means dulness, depression
S. U’Ren was in the city today.
Scptt’s Emulsion makes He W. says
ROGUE RIVER EXPLORED
he will support Brownell for
headache, generally disordered health.
DeWitt’s Little Early Risers stimulate
children grow, makes them eat, Senator. Mr. U’Ren was for years a at Stock’s.
Prof Walter Thomas Mills, of the In
Populist leader.—Salem Journal.
the liver, open the bowels and relieve a
makes them sleep, makes them A county Socialist mass convention ternational School of Social Economy, Discloses Some Weird and Wonderful Judge M. D. Thompson, of Roseburg this condition. Safe, speedy and thor
will speak on Socialism at Chautauqua
ough. They never gripe. Favorite pills.
Scenery—forty Miles of the Unknown OregoD, ears:
play. Give the? weak child a will be held at Medford Saturday, March Tabernacle
Sth, to send delegates to the state con
/ I “Heard of your cure through David
Main St. Opp. 1.0.0. F. Hall,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
chance. Scott’s Emulsion will vention and discuss the question of put Free. Come.
For the first time in its history Rogue F- Fox. I suffered for 12 years with
ting out a county ticket.
Judge C. C. Brower, a prominent
E K Anderson to city of Ashland; water
make it catch up
member of the Clatsop county bar, is in river has been surveyed and explored Stomach Trouble but found no cure until right out of Ashland creek, $1.
1PJLUSTT8, JP-A.IU n T'TJSJE ò S’ TOOLS.
M L Hicks to Ashland Manufacturing
city for a few days renewing old le from source to mouth,‘and as a result of [ need Nau’s Dyspepsia Cure. Have
with the rest.
h and nll haye Co; 320 acres sec 12, tp 40 s, r 1 e; $4800
gal acquaintances and incidentally look this exploration many new and wonder- ¡ d(1^ oth
WALL PAPER, Q-L2LSS. ETCL
This picture represents
ful things in regard to this remarkable
W E Finney to J D and A AV Shearer;
ing over the field.
river have been brought to light. W. F. received good results.
the-Trade Mark of Scott’s The Yreka Journal Does Not Take Kindly
B uildiho P afkbb , WaAPriNa P apxbs and T win xs . ARTISTS’ MATERIALS
1 int of water ditch Carberry fork, $100.
Vaupel, Norris and Drake are receiving Hunter, a southern Oregon civil engineer
to the Discontinuance of Ager Route.
Emulsion and is on the
Iunker Bros et al to Mrs Kate Medley;
their spring stock of goods and an excel and draughtsman, was detailed last fall to
wrapperof every bottle-
, b Mcyair Brog or drn iatB lots 12, 13, 14 and 15, blk 2, Ashland, $1.
Jud Ager has received the contract for
make a correct map of Rogue river from
o<* by 3 McNair Bros., ’ or druggists
U S to J C Tolman; 120 acres sec 35, tp
carrying the mail seven times a week lent line it is. Give them a call.
Send for free temple.
H. T Mitchell, the livery man had the end to end. Mr. Hunter, with an assist- generally.
from Ager to Picard, in Butte creek val
38 s, r 2 e.
SCOTT & BOWNFv
FRANK NAU, Portland, Ore.,
Alex Orme to W I Vawter; sheriff’s
ley, for $1,898, a distance of 37 miles, misfortune Saturday to suffer a severe ant, started out in a small boat, and after
deed on foreclosure 35.45 acres sec 18, tp
409 Pearl St., N*ew*York.
at Topsv, in Oregon, near the state the attendance of a physician. The mis sing safely through many dangers, the
50c and $1. all druggists. road
Price $1.00; 6 bottles $5.00, exprers
o’& C R R and U T Co to H J Hicks;
line. This leaves a gap of 12 miles be hap will confine him to the house for entire trip was made. Mr. Hunter has
the distinction of being the first man to prepaid.
sw } of ne J sec 1, tp 40 s, r 1 e, $100.
tween Picard, Cal., and Keno, Or., for some time.
the entire length of the Rogue. --------------------------------------------------
O & C R R and U T Co to D B Grant;
connection with the daily mail between
J. H. Huffer, who has the distinction traverse
Through the work of Mr. Hunter Ore- rjrv
MIRQ THIR s $ of se } sec 13, tp 39 s, r 1 w, $190.
Ashland and Klamath Falls, which will of being one of the very few old pioneer
Geo W Trefren to E D Briggs; lot 6, blk
no doubt be established later on, as tlve republicans of Jacksonville that were so gon mapmakers are given new data for
91 First Street, Portland, Ore.
people all along the California and Ore few and far between in those days that future publications, so far as the Rogue
9, Ashland, $1600.
UrrUn 1 U INI 1 Y «
Thos II Simpson to J H Chambers; lots
gon boundary, south of Keno have no you could almost count the delegates to a river and its immediate territory is con-
5 and 6, blk 14, Ashland, $3700.
mail communication except by the Cape republican county convention on the cerned. It has been found tliat the only I
Job R Tozer to D B Grant; lots on Laur
Horn route via Ashland requiring the fingers of your hands, was an Ashland perpendicular falls on the river are near I
EYES TESTDD FREE.
Mount Reuben, northern Josephine coun
el street, Ashland, $350.
loss of an entire day, with same result visitor Friday.
Importers and Dealers in
ty. At this point the water makes a per
Jasper C Pendleton to Wm R Byrum,
for all places south of Ashland in Oregon
AVE IN STOCK 2000 Newtown Pip and California. By somebody’s trick
You can have photos at Camps’ studio pendicular fall of 12 feet. The narrowest
60 acres d 1 c 42, tp 36 s, r 2 w, $2400.
pins and Spitzenbergs. One Hun the route to California was cut off to pre as cheap as any place in Ashland.
place in the river is 10 miles above the
C W Kahler to Wm F Burch; 160 acres
junction of the river with Mule creek, or
dred Cou Doynne du Comice winter vent business crossing the line into Cali-
sec 32, tp 34 s, r 1 w, $400.
near the dividing line between Josephine
Rufus Cox to Frank E Payne; portion
fornia, but such effort will prove futile,
and Curry counties, where the stream And all errors of refraction cdrrected of d 1 c 42, tp 37 s, r 1 w, $500.
as letters will be sent to Picard, and
narrows down between perpendicular
Jane Hibbard to Emqia May Rose; blk
stage connection afforded even if govern
through glasses by
Full Line of .Xursery Stock- ment fails to provide such mail connec FLIPPIN—Near Rock Point, Feb 19, walls until its width is only 15 feet. At
8, Park add, Medford, $1.
1902, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flippin, a Horseshoe Bend, which does not show
J H Stewart to A H Chessmore; 2 acres
tion. No one objects to a daily mail via
all Oregon Grown.
on any previous map, the river makes a
d 1 ç 42, tp.87 s, r 1 w, $472.20.
Estimates given on Electrical Plants, Electric Houss
Ashland, but there should lie a daily
geo W Trefren to Marv F Trefren; 1
mail also for connection at Picard from MILLER—At Sardine creek, Feb. 8, loop, which, though a mile around by
way of the river, is only a stone’s throw The Renowned Refractionist, of San acre see a, tp 39 s, r 1 e, $400.
Keno in supplying southern residents a
Wiring, and Special Designs furnished for Fire-PlHCS Fur
1902, to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Miller, a across.
| Francisco, who has visited the town
Geo W Trefren to J G Shively; lot 8,
The largest sum ever paid for a pre
The greatest wonder of the river, and many times before, is now here and ie blk D, R R add, Ashland, $100.
scription, changed hands dn San Fran Lakeview, Klamath Falls and eastern
Agents for the new COLUMBIAN GRATE.
it is doubtful if in this particular feature stopping at the Hotel Oregon, where be
Ashland Building and Loan Association niture.
cisco, Aug. 30, 1901. The transfer in i Oregon goes to Ashland, where it re-
volved In coin and stock $112,500 00 and ; mains over night, thence bv rail to rail-
world, is the deep canyon of the
Dr. Levinson has graduated from the Woolen’s add, Ashland, $300.
was paid by a party of business n:e for i road stations in this countv, and again EACHUS—Near Medford, Feb 20, 1902, the
Devil’s Stairs. Here the river narrows leading colleges in Europe and the Unit-
Geo W Stoops to Mervin Perkins, lo.t 1
a specidc for Blights Disease and Diabc* by stage to within a few ’miles of the
J. D. Eachus, aged 82 years.
to about 30 feet and passes between per -d Stairs, and comes very highly re in Woolen’s add Ashland, $300.
Ashland star route at head of Klamath
tea. hitherto iucurab:» diseases.
C A Simons to Mervin Perkins; 5 acres
commended as an expert in Optics.
They commenced the serious investi river. There ought also to be mail con WILLEY—In Ashland, Feb. 21, 1902,
Amelia Anna Willey, aged 59 years, 10 height. So dark and deep is this narrow L»«scs Especially (¡round 1# Suit the Most secs 9, 10,15 and lti, tp 39 s, r 1 e, $700.
gation of the specific Nov 15, 1900. nection in Butte creek vallev between
passage that a person in a boat and on I
H L Whited to S O Furry; lot 6, R K
months, and 11 days.
They interviewer! scores of the cured and Mount Hebron and Picard, ’to afford a
. the water can by looking to the sky see
ad<L Ashland, $500.
tried it out on ita merits t.y putting over short route for mail connection via Little
the stars any time of day and as clearly
LOC ATION N’OTICBS.
three dozen cases on the treatme- t and | Shasta with railroad at Montague. The
If yon have tried in vain to get glasses
as at midnight.
! that will give you satisfaction, do not
watching them. They a so got physici peoDle of eastern Oregon want these
and Geo Wait 7, Geo Wait
Mr. Hunter explored 40 miles of the despair. By his method
ans to name chronic, incurable cases, mail routes, but Portland and upper Ore
4, E Spencer 2, D Johnson 3, John Spiker
and administered it with the physicians
V Arrowsmith 1 and L D Owens 1;
fore; and in these 40 miles are found the FAILURE IS IMPOSSIBLE. 2,
forjudges Up to Aug 25, ekhty-seven raking tbe easiest, cheapest and m-st
quartz claims, Applegate mining district, 4 Through Trains Daily from Chicago
eper ei-t of the test cas«-a were either natural route in patronizing S3n Fran
Feb 19, 1902.______________
1 be found on the stream. The river
Dr. Levinson successfully treated a
well or progressing favorably.
4 Through TrainslDaily from St Louis
‘ My Family Doctor.”
There being but thiite-n per cent of
great number of patients during his last
The Journal editor is a very wise man
failures, the parties were well satisfied and can set in his office year in and year
stay here, and in many instances made
Blue Island, Ill., Jan. 14, 1901
4 Trains Daily from Kansas City
; valley of the Rogue and the lower por people see normally through mechanic
and closer! the transaction. The pro out and know all about mail routes’ The
essrs . E ly B ros . : I have used your
ceedings of the investigating committee nostal department of the United Slates
constructed spectacles where blind Cream Balm in my family for nine years
miles Mr. Hunter found six people; these ally
and tbe < I nieal reports of the lest eas«* lures scores oi experts ojj these matters
ness was expected. Those who have and it has become my family doctor for
EQUIPMENT: Reclining Chair Cars (free) Pullman Palace Sleeper«
were published and will be mailed free aud they are constantly engaged in t his
never had their eyes examined by an colds in the head. I use it freely on my
Dining and Cafe Cars on all trains, Polite trainmen. Perfect road-
on application. Address J ohn J. L vlton ciass ot business as well as having the
oculist should take this chance and eave children. It is a Godsend to children as
shortest line and quickest time. Tourist Cars Mondays and Thurs
C ompaxy , 420 Montgomery 8t. San Fran advantage of access to ad the infor
a trip to some < ity. Work guaranteed they are troubled more or less._
day e, 29% hours Chicago to Boston.
for 5 years. Those who were previously
mation us to w here the most of the mail
fitted by Dr. Levinson with spectacles
Judge for yourself. A trial size can be
comes trom. Perliaps they don’t kuow
C. 8. CRANE, G. P. & T. A„ St. Louis, Mo.
can have Dew lenses made free of charge had for the email sum of 10 cts. Sup
what they are duiug, but they keep on
ROSS C, CAINE1, P. O. P. A.. Loa Angeles, Cal.
plied by druggists or mailed by Ely Broth
draw lug a good salary for their services
MILLSAP—MORRIS—At Cedarvale, if they need a change.
He will examine your eyes at his office c ers, 56 Warren
St, New York. Full
Kansas, Feb. 12, 1902, OtisT. Millsap
and their reports are acted on by the de
I Hot l ouab Syrup. r»»tes Oo-d. C«c I
and Miss Grace Morris, both formerly in tbe hotel or at your residence. C« 11 sjze, 50 cts.
In um«. 8<>I4 t ,raru«.M,.---- 1
living at Ashland, but duw reeideu» on him, or leave word at the hotel fur
dubewibv for tba B bwbo .
M b nil it /VQJ
I Jot work at this office.
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