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......... ASHLAND, OREGON
ASHLAND, JACKSON COUNTY, OKEQON, THURSDAY, MAY 29. 1902.
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UNION LABOR TOWN.
BETWEEN THE PERFUMES
The City Council’s Mass Meeting Declares Th« Movemeirt to Organize Ashland Gets
Rafter Cbin money
OVIlVT m a Bank!!
Hill’s soft drinks are the be9t.
Against the Briggs Water Right Pro
Dr. J. S. Parsons is in San Francisco
Were offering at 25c and those
Ten acre fruit tracts
G. Y. Harry, president of the Oregon
Ed. Baer returned Sunday from San
at 35.00 there's a very wide
Two acre tracts
The mass meeting to discuss the pro
citizens of Ashland at Pioneer hall Sat
choice in sweet hoquet to select
If yon want bargains in shoes see posals of the city council for the pur urday evening to an appreciative audi
chase of water rights, under certain con
Harry Yeo. .
Having concluded to remove our en
ditions, from Virgin & Co., the Electric
J. B. Leach returned Monday from a Light Co. and the Quartz mill right for ing the state in the interest of organized
tire stock of Dry Goods and Gents9
icate and true to nature.
visit at Medford.
the sum of $3000, was well attended at labor and his principal business is to
Furnishings to the mountains, we
out and show to his hearers the
W. H. Leeds was out from Salem Fri city hall Saturday night. Mayor D. B. point
benefits of organization and to organize
Large assortment of toilet articles and
will, from and after
day and Saturday.
Grant was elected chairman and Post unions
fl. i. Billings,
in various towns of the state.
for the boudoir and bath at
Miss Prudence Angle of Medford called
To get the matter before the house E.
on Ashland friends Sunday.
unions in all the towns from Portland to
Real Estate and Insurance.
!>. Briggs introduced the following reso Ashland
and a local union was effected
Miss Flock and Miss Flora Miller vis lution:
here w’ith a list of 26 members Saturday
ited Medford friends Saturday.
“Moved, that it be the sense of the evening. The temporary officers elected
chamois skins and fancy soaps.
W. J. Mahoney, assistant agent at meeting that the city council use any were: President, J. H. Will, secretary,
Medford, Sundayed in Ashland.
and all means it may deem advisable, to W. J. Woods, treasurer, A. S. Barnes.
Application for charter has been made i
Miss Edith Rothrock left Saturday to increase the water suppl v of the citv of
to the American Federation of Labor,
join her folks at Hartland, Wash.
at the o’d stand and sell the same at a dis
He wanted an expression of the meet which is the parent body, th« largest and
Tom Reed returned to Gold Hill Sun ing as to whether or not they desired to strongest
count—some more and some less,
day from a trip to Siskiyou county.
have the city council proceed in the todiV. Accessions are being made to the
Mrs. H. M. Barrett returned Sunday matter of securing further water rights local organization constantly and its mem DEMOCRATIC
—■and Sharpen them ■ —
STATE F or C ongressman —
in Ashland creek, and if they did not so bership will reach into the hundreds in a
from a visit with Hornbrook friends.
But Everything will be
_ Miss Lizzie McAllister is visiting her proceed to a discussion of the ease. Af will be for good in the community. A.
All Ottr Work thtaranteeA
sister, Mrs. Bud Scribner at Ft. Jones.
PLEASE DON'T ASK FOR CREDIT
You will save money
Special sale of shoes at Miller & Yeo’s house C. B. Watson announced that he application at his store—step in and join For Governor—
by getting our prices.
If you want bargains in footwear now is the op
it simply stated what everybody in the
Mr. Harry has a pleasing and easy ad
We have a Full Line of
portunity. Our stock is full and complete and of
had accepted as a matter of dress and is decidedly an enthusiast in
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hosier returned community
best grades and makes, and will be sold at prices
fact. There was no issue in the resolu
Monday fr«m a visit with Medford rela tion but there was in the proposals the cause he represents and his selection
that will astonish you.
for the position he holds and the work B. F. BONHAM...................... of Marion F or A ttorney -G eneral —
which he would discuss later on. The he has mapped out for him was decidedly
AT BOTTOM PRICES
A. M. CRAWFORD,
For Secretary of State—
J. Poirieria and A. Cavan went to resolution passed without a dissenting a stroke ot policy on the part of the Ore
Cole’s Monday to spend the summer voice.
gon Federation. He is deserving of the
Give us a call
Briggs later on offered the following success he has attained, for “the laborer
and be convinced.
PIONEER BLOCK. Plaza and Main Street, Ashland, Or.
is worthy of his hire” and the cause is HENRY BLACKMAN......... of Morrow
B. L. Nichols and F. M. Gray went to motion:
“Moved that it be the sense of this just. A good, strong local order with
Evans creek Monday to look at the
bicw I eman .
HARRY YEO,.............................. Manager
meeting that the city council buy the plenty of spirit and push will in a little
water rights of W. J. Virgin & Co.’ the while work wonders in this or any other J. II. RALEY........... ......of Imatilla' F or JoiNl REPRESENTATIVE----
Miss Bessie Wallace left Monday for A. E. L. & P. Co. and the Quartz Mil) community. Mr. Harry’s tour in the
For State Printer—
Pendleton to make her home. Her Co., as per the contracts submitted, for interests of organized labor is the first
J. M. 1IANSBR0UGII,
uncle lives there.
of Marion i
time any attempt has been made in this J. E GODFREY .......
state to effect any thing of the kind and
Miss Lillian M. Julien and niece,
Of LOCAL INTEREST.
For Supt. of Pub. Instruction —
CLYDE PAYNE’S RECORD,
H. L. McWilliams offered the following to get the wage earners into any shape
Gladys Bolle, were on Monday’s train amendment:
to effectively resist the encroachments of W. A. WANN............................. of Lane
From Lakeview Rustler.]
for Antelope from Shasta valley.
Ashland’s Principal Athlete
“That the motion be amended: that of the vested rights and capitalistic in
For United States Senator—
Another case of smallpox is reported
A. J. Wilcox came over from Coles whatever rights the city might purchase terests which are ever alert and excess
Coast Runniny Record.
at Bly We understand that no quaran
Sunday. He will return after the elec be made witnout any conditions or res ively aggressive. We confidently hope 0. E. 8. WOOD....,....... of Multnomah F or A ttorney -G eneral —
tine has been established. .
For Congressman First District—
Portland, Or., May 23.—The Univer tion and do some flume work at the Espey ervations whatever, or, that the purchase for effective results from the new organ
J. H. RALEY,
E. E. Fitch of Bly was here on busi sity of Oregon track team won the dual mine.
J. K. WEATHERFORD............of Linn
ness the fore part of the week. He talks fie’d meet iron the Multnomah Athletic
Undertaker H. C. Stock left Monday
The question was discussed at length.
A ROUSING MEETING,
some of putting on a stage line between Club team today by a score of 53 to 51. for Britt, Iowa, where his father died Briggs recited the water rights on Ash
here and Klamath Falls.
the night before. His mother was not land creek as he understood the story
established a new record for the 220-yard expected to live.
; and Watson attacked the E ectric Light The Prohibitionists Secure the Banner
J. E. Stickle and little son came over dash, going the distance in 23 seconds.
Power Co.’s water right claiming
from the Rock creek country the last of
Coffee and Cake
Newell Harlan, at one time editor of and
R. P. NEIL................
this right(the old Hargadine saw
Eugene, May 25.—Clyde A. Payne, the Medford Mail, was on Friday’s train that
the week and spent several days in town.
F or C ongressman —
of the University of Oregon track returning to Vancouver, Wash., from a mill right) had lapsed before the Electric held in Ashland this season assembled
A. P. Stubblefield and Mrs. J. M. captain
Light Co. secured the alleged right. at Chautauqua tabernacle Friday even- JOHN DOLWkl.L ....of Central Point
Wallace returned from Ashland last
THOS. H. TONGUE,
There was considerable discussion and
runner in the northwest today. In
Wednesday evening. They sent Mrs. tance
Miss Mary Hevener, who lias been in , difference of opinion between the two ing to hear James A. Tate, of Tennessee, MILES CANTRALL.......... of Applegate
of Washington County
secretary of the Prohibition
Wallace’s children to their grand par Saturday Payne ran the 220-yard dash in charge of the commercial department of attorneys
Best meals in Cown
over the legal status of this national who
For loint Representative—
spoke in behalf of the Pro
ents Cottage Grove.
0:23 seconds, for which a northwest rec the Medford Academy, returned home water right, and there was a display of Alliance,
, earnestness over the question of the hibition party. The audience was an HORACE MANN.................. of Medford
F. M. Calkins, court reporter, had the ord will probably be allowed. last sea to Ashland Saturday.
Present Incumbent and Republican
enthusiastic one. During the evening a
misfortune to be aboard of the Western son he established a Pacific northwest
Allen Davis and wife returned the first “strings” that the owners of the water sextette composed of J. L. Downing,
nail inserted in the contracts.
stqge Monday morning when it was up record for the 440-vard dash, covering of the week from Gazelle. He reports rights
of Eag’e Point
L. Findlay, M. Stratton, C. J. JOSEPH RADER...
Councilman A C. Guthrie said the Frank
Bet in Drews valley gap some 14 miles the distance in 0:51 1-5 seconds. He the largest crops in Shasta that he has
and J. L. Gault sang several Pro
F or J oint R epresentative —
from Lakeview At the time Mr. Calk holds the I. A. A. A. O. record for the seen during bis 23 years residence.
hibition songs that were full of sarcastic JOHN 8. ORTH___
securing more water rights in Ashland and
Tresb Bread and Pastry
ins was asleep oil the inside of the coach 880-yard run, his time being 2:04. In
Miss Joe Beyers of Sumner, who has creea
DR. D. M. BROWER,
the old rw
uecoine weary oi
and the curtains were buckled down the Multnomah-Oregon meet of a year been teaching at Roseburg for several '
Your mother makes
The team was stopped immediately ago he ran the same (list nice in 2:03 2-5, months, was recently granted a life di problem which at times seemed to have rand bossism 1 “The Pohtimn Tdl^Cs*”
and no serious damage occurred to either defeating the famous Odell, from Buffalo,
»■¿wb. However, .beprob-
the court reporter or the driver, other N. Y. His home is in Ashland where he ploma by the state board of education.
oin had to be
lie met some day
dav and he was r>...
- I .
Misses Mattie and Lula Coleman ar lem
than to bruise one of Mr. Calkins’ legs, was born and raised. He was graduated
D. H. MILLER.......
which was caused by some heavy freight from the Ashland high school in 1899, rived Sunday from Dixon, Cal., to spend willing that himself and the present
Ittrs. J. Ji® rncDadt
Freedom vs. Corporate
Mr. Tate is a fine speaker and kept the
falling on him and pinning him d >wn so and is now following a course in mining ihe summer with Ashland re atives. i council should receive their pay—in
They are sisters of John W. and N. B S criticism
and abuse—for trying to do the close attention of his audience as he built W. A. JONES....................... of Pooh Bah
that he could not extricate himself. engineering at the state university.
best they could. He showed clearly that up his case. He divided it into two
They were extremely fortunate that the
REDUCED KATES VIA SOUTH
he had neither financial or other inter parts, introduction and speech, the last
accident did not resu t more seriously.
L. F. hosier and wife, E. S. Wolfer ests
part being very brief. The introduction HENRY’ TAYLOR
of Roxj J. C. WHIPP.
9. I - WEIGHT
ERN PACIFIC COUPiXV.
.uaui n s:
—i- r«viu mvj and homes ot tbo oo....n<itiity were in CCniafotocvxl in
XI.—re is no exemption in Oregon from
The Southern Pacific will make special
need of water. During the discussion
poll tax for the ■Spanish-American war rates
to San Francisco on the occasion of They are candidates on the prohibition he favored the McWilliams amendment der up the line through larceny, robbery, L. S. TREFREN .
veterans, according to an opinion by th« the convention
and pointed out in answer to Briggs’
attorney-general, prepared m reply to an Mvstic Shrine at that point in June.
VOTE FOR THE INITIATIVE AND suggestions of law suits and litigation Txiuisiana Lottery that offered the state E. B. PICKEL...,
I iquiry from one of the veterans.
Tickets will be on sale from June 3rd REFERENDUM AMENDMENT TO that these strings would have to be liti $1,000,000 for the gambling privilege,
to Sth inclusive, and will be available THE CONSTITUTION MONDAY.
gated in the courts in the future and he suppressing of lewd pictures and abscene
Ashland, Oregon, Corner Second and Main.
for stop-overs in California. Full infor
would oppose any contracts being en literature, covering everything up to the F or C lerk —
G K Walker, one of our late arrivals, tered
mation relative to rates, limits and other
into that would not be clear cut
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK.
conditions will be cheerfully supplied by has traded a place he owned on the Cow- and definite as to rights that were con sole and only business that was now se
curing the special protection of the law
ill local agents of the Southern Pacific.
veyed to the citv.
MARBLE, GRANITE, IRON FENCING and
by paying an enormous price to the com
The rate will be $17.58 for the round for his place across the river from town
and Mr. Shields expects to move up after some of the water rights proposed were munity. He declared that it wasn’t
GENERAL CONTRACTING in STONE WORK
the electiou.—Coquille Herald.
valid but that others were not. He was right, it wasn’t fair play, to outlaw all
REAL« ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Regular Democratic Nominee.
McNair Bros, can supply you with fine in favor of the council appointing a com- these evils and yet allow’ this one evil to
Persons have been known to
C B Rostel to Maggie P Drumhill; lots
gain a pound a day by taking 3, 4, blk 32, Medford, $110.
up and then have a working ficient recompense for the great injury it
Win. Spence and daughter, Miss Irene, looked
go on. He was opposed to the was doing the people. His argunient ' ? or S heriff —
an ounce of SCOTT’S EMUL
who have been stopping at Tolo, a id present proposals
seemed to lie unanswerable.
i L, R R addition, Ashland, $750.
Mrs. Ida Conklin of Medford, left Mon fore the meeting. as they appeared be
A collection was taken up and a good
SION. It is strange, but it often
J B Montgomery to Jackson Co Imp day to spend the summer at Pelican Bay.
In the evening’s discussion Ex-Coun-
1 Co; si of nw|, nJ of ne} of swl, sec 24, Mrs. B. M. Bunch accompanied them,
of Eagle Point.
Mr. Tate dismissed the audience and
cilmau P. B. Whitney looked very light
tp 36, r 2 w, $400.
Somehow the ounce produces
ly upon the proposed purchases which
J F Smith to C C Gilchrist; se} of ne},
Wall paper 5c. and up. Paint, oils, in some respects at least looked as if the cause to remain when he explained the
Regular Democratic Nominee.
the pound *, it seems to start the . see 19, el of se}, see 19, sw} of sw}, sec glass,
etc., at H. S. Evans’.
city was paying its money for nothing workings of the Prohibition Alliance.
• 20. tp 35, r 2 w, $2000.
digestive machinery going prop
Lizzie Whitehead to Frederick Fred-
Fred A. Walpole, of the agricultural anil giving away water privileges besides.
II E. Badger, president of the local ?OR S heriff —
erly, so that the patient is able ! eger; 20 acres, d I c 79, tp 37, r 2 w, $1000. department of the United States govern He recommended a storage reservoir alliance, presided.
I Emery J. Hustman to Mrs. N E. Darl
arrived in Ashland Sunday en
Everything usually found in an “Up-to-Date” Furniture Store
to digest and absorb his ordinary ing: lots 8, 9, blk 17, Dekum addition, ment,
route to Klamath county to spend the than make up for the shortage during
GOT THllEE YEARS.
nd at right prices.
food, which he could not do be
summer painting the flowersand scenery
Of Foots Creek.
and provide the power, irrigation and
W M Holmes to Grand Army Asso; for the government reports.
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
fore, and that is the way the gain part of lot 2, Manzanita st, blk 14, Cen-
domestic wants for the future as well as Tried to Wreck Barnman Train.
Blue print maps of any township in the present.
Mayor Grant was opposed to the Mc aged 23 years, Was yesterday sentenced Present Incumbent and Begular Repub
Jacob Thompson to II II Chapman; Roseburg Oregon Land District, showing
A certain amount of flesh is part of lot 1, blk 15, Ashland, $640.
all vacant lands, for 50 cents each. If Williams amendment claiming that it to the penitentiary for three years for
attempted train wrecking
necessary for health; if you have
Land Office, address, T itle G uarantee
F. H. Carter, manager of the A. E. L. youthful companion, Thomas Arnold, ? or A ssessor —
10. part of lot 9, blk 15, Medford, $7<K).
not got it you can get it l ;/
& P. Co. was present and when the com Granelli Was beating liis way northward,
Richard Hargrave heirs to Mary E
ROYAL G. BROWN,
Gray; 10 acres, d 1 c67, tp 38, r 1 w, $1
Spray pumps that simply can’t be beat. pany’s water right was being attacked and early last Sunday morning was put
begged to put in a word, calling attention off a train by a brakeman this side of
G H Andrews to <1 11 McClung; lots Call and see them. E. l’eil.
Of Eagle Point.
that the only proposition his company Rice Hill, in the northern part of the
30, 31, blk F, R R addition, Ashland,
Mrs. James Dickey took Monday’s had before the council was a joint one county They went on over the hill and
Emma F Hall to II 8 Reed: lot 10, blk train for San Francisco. Her mother, with Virgin «& Co., whose water right no at a sharp curve known as the Grecian
Regular Republican Nominee.
Mas. C. D Freeman of Bogus, was put one disputed.
I 24, bedford, $450.
Ben<^ they placet} a cattle guard rail, a
H. L. McWilliams in a few brief re heavy angle iron and a block of wood
I C C Beekman to Louis Viedermeyer;
You will find it just as useful in summer 523 acres, d 1 cs 40 and 67, tp 37, r 2 w, to the railroad hospital at San Francisco marks in favor of his amendment seemed upon the traok In such a way as would F or C ounty T reasurer —
ALL CASES OF
where Mrs Freeman will be operated up to rotoe tbaihonght of the meeting as it almost certainly have thrown into the
as in winter, and if you are thriving upon
provoked a demonstration of approval gulch any train which may have struck
J 11 Ray to II S Reed; se}, sec 17, tp on for cancer.
it don’t stop because the weather is warm. • 34, r 2 w, $500.
them. As President Harriman’s train
Do you intend to make garden? We from almost the entire house.
Briggs here caught the drift of the was due soon after, the section crew was
have all the garden tools you want. Cali
yoc. and fi.oo, at! druggists.
audience and moved to adjourn “on especially vigilant in seeing that the
sec 5, tp 35 s, r 1 e, $150.
and get prices. W. N. Grubb & Co.
SCOTT & BOWNE, ChemUtA. New York.
by our new invention. Qnly those born deaf are incurable.
account of the scarcity of representative track was clear, and discovered and re Present inonmbent and Regular Republi
Frank E Dodge to Ira C Dodge; lot 53,
business men in the meeting.” His dis moved the obstruction befpreauy serious
1 rights disease .
L L Love to James Elonzo Randle; lot legislation in Oregon be sure to vote for covery was rather late and did not re harm was done. The miscreants were
the Initiative and Referendum amend ceive sufficient support to be considered. apprehended by the chief of police of
The largest sum ever psid for a pre 9, blk D. R R addition, Ashland, $400.
F. A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE, SAYS:
F or S tate S enator —
ment and remind his neighbors to mark
When the vote was called on the Mc Cottage Grove
scription, change«! bands in San Fran
B altimoke , Md , March jo. tj»r.
Ira C Dodge to Walter T Ward; being their
entirely cured of deafness, thanks to your treatment, J wiU now gi»e ye®
cisco, Aug 30, 1901. The transfer in 1] acres and lot 63, Pracht’s addition,
Thomas Arnold, aged 17 years, being
a full history of my case, to be used at your discretion.
counted against it the same as though ed from all parts of the house, the single merely an accomplice and his testimony
volved in coin and stock $112,500 00 and Ashland, $1600.
About fire years ago my right car begau to sing, and thia kept on getting worse, until I Lost
“nay” being uttered by Briggs. Tbe being’ very material in convicting the
my hearing in this ear entirely.
was paid by a party of business me _ for
Judson Drew to Georg»» R Lindley; 5 it was marked no.
I underwent a treatment for catarrh, for three months, without any success, consulted a num.
a specific for Blights Dhea»e and Diabe« acres, Packard d 1 c and lot 13, blk 1,
Frank Blevins left Monday for Wat amended motion then carried unani real offender, he was given but 60 days
ber of physicians, among others, tbe most eminent ear specialist of this city, who told ma that
tea, hitherto iticurab e diseases.
Cottage Home addition, $800.
kins where he will be met by Bruce mously and the meetieg adjourned at a in the county jail to meditate upon the
Regular Democratic Nominee.
only an operation could help me, and even that only temporarily, that the head noises wtntM
They commenced the serious investi
then cease, but the hearing in the affected ear would be lost forever.
seriousness of the offense.
Sarah E Huston to Caroline E Adams; Buck and they will proceed down Klam late hour.
I then saw your advertisement accidentally in a New York paper, and ordered your U«aL
gation of the specific Nov 15, 1900 lots 31 and 32, H B Carter Ashland, Ore, ath river on an all summer’s “pocket
inent. After I had used it only a few days according to your directions, tbr V'-sra ocawd. a*4
They interview»«! s«-ores of the cured an>< $2250.
hunting” trip. Mr. Blevins received
to-day. after five weeks, my hearing in the diseased car ha* been entirely restored. I thank yan
F or C lerk —
tried it out on its merits »«y pairing over
heartily and beg to remain
Very truly yours,
James Blevins tn L L Love; lots 26 and $•556 from the smelter for the litt'e pocket of this week with a partial clean up of
F. A. WERMAN, 7joS. Broadway, Baltunnsc, M<L.
three dozen cases ou i he treat me t ami 27, blk F, R R addition, Ashland, $450. he picked up from a prospect in G. F. $41,000 from the old China Ock claim at
Happy Camp, expects to realize $55,000
watching them. They a so got phyeici
JOur treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation. '
Chas A Winings to Sarah A Nininger; Billings’ field at the west edge of town. or
more from the other sluices contain
ans to name chronic, incurable cases, lots 41 and 42, Pracht’s addition, Ash
Shirt waists in almost endless variety ing gold, and anticipates realizing up
and administered it with the physicians land. $1100.
YOU CAM CURE YOURSELF AT HOME-
in latest designs and popular colors and
fo judges Upto Au-’ 25, ei hty-sev-n
L D Hitch to J E Hitch; lot 1, sec 19, shades, l’rices suit everybody. Vaupel, wards of $300,000 from the total clean ups
AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AVE., CHICARU, ILL
at close of this season—Y’reka Journal.
eper ent of the test casss were either lot 10, sec 20, lot 1 and nw} of ne}, sec
well or progressi >g favorably.
20, tp 36, r 2 w, $500.
There being but mine n per cent of
It won’t pay you to send away for a
WOMEN AND JEWELS.
E B Pickel to W F Taggart; lot 12, blk
F or T reasurer —
failures, the parties were well satisfied 39, Medford, $50.
sewing machine. We have them at al
candy, flowers, man—that is
and closet! the transaction. The pro
11 D Harkness to C R Ray; 48.50 acres, most any price you wish to pay, and we the order of a woman’s preferences
D. H. MILLER,
ceedings of the investigati g committee sec 13, tp 36, r 3 w, $500.
are always to be found at the old stand
Will cure the worst cases
form a magnet of mighty power
and tile < I nied reports of the test cases
H D Harkness to'Chas R Ray; lots 2, , ready to’ make all guarantees good. J. Jewels
were published and will be m-iled free 3, 4, sec 13, tp 36, r 2 w, $300.
est of all jewels, health, is often ruined
on application Address J ohn ’J. F ultok
Sarah A Nininger tn C E Nininger;
CALL THE ATTENTION OF YOUR in the strenuous efforts to mak« or save
Regular Democratic Nominee.
C ompany , 420 Montgomery St. San Frao- lots 25, 25, 27; 28, 29, blk C, R R addition
A letter from David F. F qx , Ashland,
FRIEND AND NEIGHBOR TO VOTE the money to purchase them. If » Oregon.;'
FOR THE INITIATIVE AND REFER woman will risk her health to get a
Worth of 80 Pound Steel Rails, 50 New Locomotives
John Sisemore to Benjamin Haymond; ENDUM AMENDMENT IN MONDAY’S coveted
For five years I suffered from stomach F or S tate S enator —■
gem, then let her fortify herseli
129 acres, sec 36, tp 35 s, r 3 w, $2200.
against the insiduous consequences of
and 55 New Coaches, Chair Cars, Dining and Cafe
Alex Orme to Emil Peil; 120 acres, sec ELECTION.
remedies for its alleviation, but
E. V. CARTER,
cougbe, colds and bronchial affections b\ many
36, tp 37 s, r 1 e, $ J43.
the regular use of Dr. Boschee’s German
Cluggage heirs toGeoNeuber; lots 1, 2,
Cars is the record of the-
Syrup. It will promptly arrestconsump me of Nan'a Dyspepsia Curet and how it
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, blk 39, Jacksonville, $110.
State of Oregon to Chas R Ray; 320
fected lungs and bronchial tubes and had suffered for fifteen years from stom
Regular Republican Nominee.
acres, sec 36 s; r 4 w; $400'
drive the dread disease from the system ach trouble, and from which cause she
State of Oregon to Enola R Ray; 280
'it is not a cute-ali, but it is a certain
acres, sec 36, tp S6 s, r 4 w, $350.
cure for coughs, colds and all bronchia! lay sent for your medicine. After taking F or R epresentative —
troubles. You can get Dr. G. G. Green’s three bottles of the CURE, found me a
AVE IN STOCK 2000 Newtown Pip
well man. Knowing its groat efficacy
WM. A. CARTER,
■ reliable remedies at T. K. B olton ’ s . from
during tbe past year, making it the most modern and up to date
pins a d Spitzenber>:e. One Hun
Frank H Ray per C R Ray, quartz
not only my own experience, but
Get Green's Special Almanac.
dred Cou Doynue du Comice winter claim, Sams creek, May 21.
railroad in tbo country. Travel over it and enjoy the finest equip«
from the experience of others, I never
of Gold Hill,
C R Ray, quartz claim, Blackweil dis
ment on earth. C. S. CRANE, Gen. Pass. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. ROSS
overlook an opportunity to recommend
trict, i av 21.
this remedy to any one whom I know to
CLINE, Pac. Coast Pass. Agt., Loe Angelee, Cal.
J 8 Lowry and Jas Hukell, quartz
Regular Republican Nominee.
be suffering from stomach trouble.
Full Line of Nursery Stock
BOSWELL— DOWNING — At Central
For sale by McNair Bro«., or druggists
Adam K Wilson, Mary C, Nana M,
all Oregon Grown.
F or R epresentative —
Point, May 15, 1902, J. E. Boswell and
■ Kate and Gertrude Wilson, placer claims
JOHN D. OLWELL,
upper Grave creek district, May 16,1902.
FRANK NAU, Portland, Ore.,
of Central Point.
ROWLEY — RUSSELL — In Ashland, or 203 k Broadway, New York.
Prof O. H. Roberts, the elocutionist,
CUHtS WHlif ALL USI FAILS. „
Beat <'ousb Syrup. Taste» GtxxL Use o'
who went from here to Auburn is meet
Io time. Sold by druggist»._____
Price, |I.OO; 6 bottles 16.00, express
Miss Laura E. Russell, Rev. J. M.
ing with much success in organizing a
class.—Redding Fra« Press,
For Sale a t a Bargain !
aim. Yeo $ Co.
e. JI. miller
J p DODGE
DEAFNESS OR HARD .«EARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
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