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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1902)
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....... ASHLAND, OREGON
ASHLAND, JACKSON’ COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 19. 1902.
Engineer John J. O’Neil has received
, the wedding announcement of U. M.
Burcham, formerly ot Hornbrook, and
Marv E Corblev, which occurred at
Bloomfield, Ind'. June 1st. Burcham
, once owned the Downing ledge on 'sh
, creek, which produced him $60 K)
from one pocket. He sold it to Downing
who secured $15,000 of fine specimens
from it Burcham has bought a farm iu
I Oklahoma and resides there.
Edward Hamlin, son of Mrs. M. E
Hamlin of Phoenix, was married recent
ly at Harrison Gulch, SI last a county to,
Miss Jennie Shelton.
J D. Farra of Paisley, and formerly of
; Jackson county, was married on the 9th
inst to Miss Florence H. Taylor, of
and Winter Elected Di
Cannot be better spent than bv subasrib-
ing to the VALLEY RECORD ter •
year. Just think! $1.75 gives you all
the news for a year. Try it!
RMfor Cban mon«v
IJtlltr in a Bank!!
Hill’s soft drinks are the best.
Become» a Pleasure
Miss Ora Adkins lias gone to San Fran
The first school election under the new
when the proper kind of stationery is
cisco on a three weeks visit.
Ten acre fruit tracts
law was held in Ashland Monday, the
polls being op»n at city hall from two to
used. We can supply all your wants in
B. M. Van, formerly of Klamathon,
Two acre tracts
six o’clock p m., with J. R Cpsey, Chas
was here last week from Portland on a
Lxaimis and El nvr Patrick in charge.
pressly to suit the most fastidious tastes.
Misses Jessie and Grace Bacon left this
Norns. W. A.. Holm-s and Otto Winter
Goods and prices always right at this
afternoon for their home in Gold Hill —
were elected directors without opposition.
store. Finest quality writing paper and
I nder the new law the school clerk is
appointed by the directors The follow
Ralph Scott and wife returned Mon-
envelopes in new and dainty tints, 40
G. T. Billings,
ing is Clerk Thos. H 8impsou’s annual
diy from attending his grandmother’s
and 50 cents a box. Large awortinent of
funeral at Portland.
Real Estate and Insurance.
bl.nk books, office specialties and mer
No of person« of school age residing in
McNair Bros, have just received a
the di^trivt—male 510; femme 537; total
lot «»■ the late and popular books. “Au
cantile stationery. You’ll be suited
drey” is still leading.
No. of teachers—male 3; female 12; to
Hon W. 8. Davison and W. Spaulding
returned Monday from an investigation
Teachers holding state certificates—
of »Vai owi county, eastern Oregon.
male I; female 8.
PRECINCT OFFICERS ELECTED.
Teachers holding first grade certificates
Miss D >ra Iunk-*r returned home to
—male 2; female 2
Yreka Saturday from a ten days visit
Jackson County’s Equipment of Road
Total number of library books on hand
with her sister, Mrs. J. M. Kiernan, in '
Shoes are Good Ualues at $2.50
supervisors, Justices and Constables
Scientist Seeks BI ouum I T^xbor.
OLD “KNOCK-KNEE” DEAD
----- and Sharpen them—
W. C. Bostwick. John Buckley, Ben
Mark W. Harrington, a graduate ot
The following road supervisors werq
Between 5 and ß p m. will be sold at $2.25
Northwestern and of Michigan univer
in this county on June 2, 1902:
Cash on hand last annual re
AU Our Jf ork Guarantted
were registered at the Ashland House e'ectAMl
A Famous Napoleon of the Forest Fin
sities, chief of the weather bureau uuder
From 6 to 7
1 Geo W Grow, Barron.
You will save money
Received county treasurer, dis-
ishes His Eventful Career.
Cleveland, ex-presideut of the Washing
Chas. Kiernan, who graduated from 2 Chas Lindsay, Dunn.
... 14698 47
by getting our prices.
Old “Knock-Knee”, the big bear that
St. Mary’s college, Oakland, Ca1., with 3 Sam Carlisle, Talent.
Received county treasurer, state
astronomy, meteorology and meteorites,
We have a Full Line of
high honors, arrived in Medford this 4 James Cantrall, Sterling.
.................................... 5074 66 has terrorized the regions of the Upper
8 to 9
Chetco district of southwestern Joseph and the master of several languages, is
“ 9 lo 10
Received sale bo«ds(loan) . . 1200 00 ine County has been slain Old“Knock- at a cheap lodging-house in Chicago
The Misses Weeks, daughters of Arthur 6 A W Shearer, Applegate.
2125 00 Knee,”as he was familiarly known bv looking for manual labor, says a Chicago
Other sources(real estate)
Weeks, arrived in Medford .Monday to
the inhabitants of that section of the dispatch. He says the universities do
AT BOTTOM PRICES
s(>end the summer with their grand
state, was the largest bear ever ki led in not want a man over 50, and, in fact,
parents, Hon. J. H. Stewart and wife.
Give us a call
the west. His length was eight feet f ur nobody appears to want a man over that
10 L A Rose, Phoenix.
and be convinced.
inches, from tip to tip, and he weighed
Dr. T. V. Hall is expected in Lake 11 Otto Castor, Roxy.
Paid teachers’ wages
$10244 97 82u
age. but yet he is cheerful.
HONKER BLOCK. Plaza and Main Street, Ashland, Or.
view in about three weeks. He has 12 'V H Stinson, Climax.
Fuel and supplies ...
An election iu Washington threw him
been attending the Polyclinic school, 13 Rudolph Pech, Lake Creek.
OK 50 His years were many, as was attested by
Repairs and improving grounds
of office, aud he went to work in a
14 Charles Klingel, Like Creek.
B inds, principal and interest pd 7845 43 from his body, when slain, aside fr<m lumber camp. He injured his health in
In Second Hand Store, Ashland, Or.
Mrs. G. F. Billings was at Corvallis 15 G W Stevens, Eagle Point.
47 50 dozens of slugs and buckshot J.hat wer» the forest and was in a hospital. . After
this week attending the state agricultur-, 16 H W Mead, Mon d.
ward he worked in a shipyard. Then a
Salary, expenses and janitors.. 1522 95 bedded beneath his skin.
a col ege commencement to see her son 17 \V H Penin-rer, Willow Springs.
“Knock-Knee.” terrorized the ranch beam fell on him and he went back to
18 J H Crawford, Gold Hill.
Ra ph graduate.
ers of the Upper Chetco regions for . the hospital. He does not drink, and,
Total.................................. $204“9 83
• 1- al estate transfeks .
W. E. Jacobs, formerly connected 19 W H Newton, Rock Point.
20 J A Martin. Foots Creek
Cash on hand............................ $ 2799 22 number of years. Scores of goats, calve from motives of economy, he smokes a
and oven cattle and horses have faliei.
J 8 Bunch to Benton Bowers; lots 1 with t ie \shland roller mills, has re 21 A H Sanborne, »Voodville.
The journal for the month of May was and 2, sec 16, and lot 4, sec 15 d 1 c 45, turned to his funly at Roseburg a:te [
victims to his voracious appetite Time pipe. His optimism forbids him to talk
three months’ mining operations on
read, approved and signed.
and again he had been shot, and b\ much about his hard luck. “There ii
tp 36, r 2 w, $1000.
Monthly reports of county officers for
no reason why a man of 50 cannot suc
W E Taylor to Jno 'Villiams; 10 acres, Kayark Island, off the southern coast of 24 Milo Caton, Meadows.
.$22000 00 ranchmen who prided themselves o
the month of May anti the report of hos sec 34, tp 36, r 2 w, $200,
School furniture and apparatus 5000 00 their unerring ami; the fact that ok; ceed,” be says. "I am just starting in
pital keep-r for same month were read,
Henry T Hart to • H Bagley; 40 acres
Amount ot insurance ..
.. 16880 00 “Knock Knee” paid no more uttenti-n. business.” Harrington has a sou who
Mrs. M. Connelly, formsrly Mrs. Win 26 W R Johnson, Trail.
compared, approved and signed.
t • these hunters’ rifles than he would is one of the experts in the Amarinan
in sec '2, tp 36, r 4 w, $50<».
27 R " right. Big Butte.
In the matter of bridge site across Em
peas from a popgun caused the sii|a-’ Museum of Natural History in New
Johanna H<mck to Viola Hicks; 40 >f Bonanza, cune in Saturdiy. The 28 T B Higginbotham, Big Butte.
igrant creek at Hosier's place, Andrew acres, d I c 40, tp 39, r 1 e, $1600.
stitious to believe that the old bear w.i-
former continuelon ti Portlml to enter 29 JA Obenchain, Eagle Point.
Average monthly salary female
Hosier having sold to Jackson county a i Martha Cardwell to irs Janie Xichols; i h-ispital
an agent of the devil. He was calle 1 York.
site for bridge across Emigrant creek; it lol. 1, blk 24, Central Point.
“Knock-Knee on account of a deformity
Room seems to have been found in
Coffee and Cake
Klamath county thia week.
is ordered by the court that the County
The following constables were elected
of one of his feet, which was caused by
John M Mark to Ch is A Winings; lot-
clerk record the deed and report of sur 41 and 42, Pracht’s addition, Ashland
Carro 1 Conant left Saturday morning for the different districts; M. N. Long,
for Ashland, where he will spend the Ashland; David Ball, Woodville; Tnoma-
veyor in the road record of Jackson $600.
in There is always room for more in that
A Worktrain Crew and Railroad Men Tie creased, and finally became of such kind of vehicle.
Geo A Parrot to P 8 Bunch; lots 1 and summer working for Messrs. B irdie, Pankev, Sams Valley; R. T Blackwood,
It is ordered by the county court that 2, sec 16, and lot 4, sec 15, d 1 c 45, t| Grant and Chambers who are operating Phoenix; J. W. Hayes, Gold Hill; J.
magnitude that all the ranchmen of the
Into Each Other at Grants Pass.
the insurance policies on courthouse, jail 36, r 2 w, $b»0.
a sawmill anl box factory.—Geuese, Ragsdale, Trail; Joseph Geppert, Big
Chetco were forced to unite in a cam-1 If the height of private buildings can Best meals
and Rogue river bridge be placed in the
B R Freeland to H E Badger; 22 acres
custody of the county clerk.
every n^an armed himseli to the be regulated by legislation, why can
sec 5, tp 39, r 1 e, $10.
vi r. snd Mrs. C. C. Be’kman returnel R. Pankey, Central Point; T. W. John of Japanese laborers ended in many a ago
In matter of petition for construction | Bello Freeland to B R Freeland; 22 home to Ja<-k-onvil e Monday from their son, Medford; D. Cronemiller, Jackson blows being struck and a general nand-to teeth, and with the best dogs in the not the size of a jackpot be fixed In the
hand fight with bloodshed in thia city neighborhood set out to hunt the bear. •ame way?
of a county bridge across Emigrant creek acres, sec 4, tp 39, r 1 e, $75.
trip to San Francisco. Thev were accom- ville; Chas. Burkhalter, Applegate.
noon. There are about 75 Japs After an exciting chase up the Chetco,
at second crossing near residence of An
B R Freeland to H Eugene Badger; 22 mied home by his brother, Mr. and
employed on the Southern Pacific wood
drew Hosier; ordered that the contract acres, sec 5, tp 39, r 1 e, $75.
M s De Witt Beekman of Dundee, N. Y. district >o. 27 tied, Wm. McClanahan train, which has its headquarters in during which nearly gll the dogs were
If Hetty Green succeeds in winging
entered into between G. 8. Butler and
Tresb Bread and Pastry
W W Woolf to A L Briggs; quartz w io attended the Mystic Shrine con and C. W. Knighton each receiving 8 Grant« Pass. This train was standing in elain and tl;e buntera forced to flee, one
few lawyers with that revolver, she
Geo. R>-’gJ for construction of the bridge claim. Galls creek district, $300
vention in San Francisco.
Your mother makes
the yards here while the white crew in the bear The big brute attempted to will make ■ decided bit in some quar*
for $190 lie and the same is hereby satis
25, 1902, at the clerk,s office.
8 N Gibson to Robt J Johnson; lots 5(.
The Anti-Saloon League have convert
The following justices were e'ected for charge were switching. A string of box wrest the rifle from the hunter, aud in tere.
fied in a cordance with the contract filed. and 57, Pracht’s addition, Ashland, $11-
ed the veteran saloon building over the the dfferent districts: Milton Berry, Ash cars were shunted in on the siding and so doing took the muzzle in his mouth.
In matter of road petitioned for by I. 0o.
into a public reading room, and land; J. W. Osborne, Woodville;
L Hamilton; petitioners having failed to
C. jammed against the Jap train, knocking At this opportune moment the shot was' Cycling has its ups and downs. After
Washington Rawlings to L W Coe; si bridge
will carry a line of confectionary, ice Gall, Sams Va fey; E. D. Foudrav, Phoe many of the Orientals from their feet fired that brought him to hia death. the downs, use Banner Salve if you’re
file the bond and proof, it is ordered that of sw}, sec 3, tp 37, r 2 w. $4000.
ttlrs. J. Re rncDade
softdrinks, etc., in the front part nix; J. B. R. Marelock, Gold Hill; Carl and upsetti ng them in general The little
the same be dismissed.
cut or bruised. It heals the hurt quick
Edwin Russ to John W Cox; lots 11 cream,
Dios. R. Badger and wife will conduct T. Skynnan, Trail; B. C. Edmundson, brown men were maddened by the jolt,
In ma ter of bid- for bridge at Medford; aud 12, blk 17, Medford, $100
ly. Take no substitute.—T K. Bolton.
and rushing out of the cars made a whole
three bids h ving been filed and subm t ed
8 E Ish to H W Cripe; 5 08 acres, d 11 League.
A 8. Jacobs, Control Point: M Purdin, sale attack on the trainmen. Citi$eua
are taken under advisement until June 61, tp 37, r 2 w, $185.
rushed to the rescue of the wb „.»e
„„ Man Found On A Bar In Rogue River.
f. L. WRIGHT
Bahr; t part of lots
Mrs. H. R. Herryford andchi'd. en left Medford; W J Ply male, Jacksonville;
In matter of petition of J. Mosher for j<> and 20, blk L, Talent, $500.
Sunday for Jackson county <>n a month’s
Grants Pass, June 14.—A F. Gleason,
a county road; petitioners having paid
Michael Chav er to Allen Hodges; lot visit with her parents, who reside qt
_ «u the scene, and after much a in ner of Dotham, on the lower Rogue Soflta Oren™
the c gt of viewing and surveying said 15, blk 16, Gold Hill, $50.
Butte creek They left by private con
river, erme into Grants Pass yesterday
difficulty quiet was restored.
road, it is ordered that the same he es-
R H Ho Ige to Katherine Jeffers; lo' veyance with a camp outfit and will stop Intended
One Jap was knocked on the back of bringing the news of the finding of the
t* • i lied and supervisors of road district 5, 6 a id 7, blk 59, Central Point, $300
it, all the prettv camping spots on the
the head with a club in the hands of a body of an unk' own man in the Rogue.
in which said road is located open it.
Jno Kearney to Katherine Jeffers; 1
Harry Ileryfoi'd was
brakeman. He fell in a heap It was Mr. Gleason, in company with G A.
I ay ing is on in full blest.
Ordered by the court that tax sale cer- 8, blk 50, Central Point, $100.
will furnish gam» -
^. ioi and
thought for a time that he had been Ruth, found the body on Paradise bar.
A-hland. Oregon, Corner Second and Main.
ce tificate held by Jackson county on
Lizzie CronemiLer to Geo B Lan te' ; Lab.—-1- " _ _ and fi-di for camp.—
J. R. Morrison has a crew of men killed, but he later revived and will They buried the remains and reported to
__ «>ew Ex imiuer, June 12.
1 nd assessed by Mrs. L L. Jones be lots 21 22 and 23, blk 0, R R -A '
the probate court.
working on the road between the Valley probably recover.
DBALKRS IX ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK
transferred to W. il. I’enmg -r he having Aah'and, $U0.
The Japs composing the crew are a
The body had apparently been in the
— -'*0*11011, i Ijikeview Fx iminer: Phil 8 Lo isely and Rumsey canyon.
A * -
p d into the county treasury the amount
stubborn lot, audit is expected that they water about three weeks; it was that of
MARBLE, GR NITE, IRON FENCING and
v.is over from Ft Kiamsth last Monday
The Pelton Brothers started to Klam will cause considerable trouble. The af a man six feet in height, with dark hair
.*.cx .artin, sr, to A C Hopkins; it>< I vith
required by law,
CONTRACTING in STONE WORK
Warrants drawn ;>n county t,.e8urer for acres, sec 27, tp 40, r 4 e, $1600.
I -h'-ese. Mr. Loosely thinks seriously of about 400 in number. They went via fair has caused much comment here, and and about 38 years of age. He was
I establishing irrigation projects in this Rogue river aud Crater lake road.
June, 1902, as follows:
i blk 29, Gold Hili, $25
cause trouble, they will be amply accom pockets was found $15 in gold, 35 cents
I unity, and will return here next month
Salaries of officers.................
Sherman Engledow to C R Ray; lot I I > look over the gr >und.
in silver and $5 in gold dust Nothing
John Jones returned Saturday from odated by the citizens.
1304 10 blk 16, Gold Hil, $225.
was found that would establish his iden
Roseburg where he has been visiting for
Indigent allowances ....
15o 95 | Geo Andrews to A S Moon; lots 3, 5, 7.
Jack Harbin of Ft. Klamath was con- a fortnight accompanied by his two
Play Atlantis, the new field game. A tity. Who the man was or how he
Printing, books and blanks.
118 54 1 blk 29, Gold Hill, $60.
ii-ted by a jury intho U. 8. district court cousins by ttie name of McColough and
came by his death is a mystery. It is
150 25, __
„ lot 14
Be-wick to Deston ...
t Portland, ofjBellin’’ liquor to an ln- Mr. Allen and two other gentlemen regular revival of the grand Olympian reported that he was one of a party of
Examination of insane ....
7 ’'il Harg.idine tract, Ashlandl bond for deed I lian, Frank Parr, May 10, 1901. Judge
four miners from Stockton. Cal., who at
whose names we did not learn.
7 0° $1600
tellinger sentenced him to 60 days in the
William Woodard, of Decatur, la., tempted to go down the Rogue in a row
Stamps and expressage ....
24 £0 I Robt J Smith to M J Lane; 2 mining I Lilt,notnah county jail anda fine of $100
Ed. Hulbert has been pretty busy of
writes: “1 was troubled with kidney boat. The boat was probably capsized
chums, sec 32, tp 35, r 8 w, $1.
; larbin immediately began serving out late learning those new horses of his to disease for several years and four one and all, at least this one, drowned. The
Court house .......................
M ‘s. M J L I’-atterson to G W Lane I his sentence. H. L. White of Ashland gee and haw.
dollar size bottles of Foley’s Kidney body had floated for a considerable dis
16 öG |in in mining claims secs 29 and 32, t | I v is one of the jurors.
Tom Pankey and wife and Miss Cure cured me. I would recommend it tance down stream as it was badly
35, 3 w, $10l)
B -rtha Morrison made a trip to Medford t > any one who has kidney trouble.”— bruised and both arms were broken from
J it Merritt to xlrs Katherine Jeffer I Dunsmuir News: Conductor Hilty Saturday.
rolling over the rocks in the swift cur
T K. Bolton.
Everything usually found in an “Up-to-Date” Furniture Store
lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, blk 59, Central Poin I
and at right prices.
If you want the best photos and latest
A J Stewart to D V Turner; 18 acres, I nember and the conductor halloaed: were returning homo from Gold Hill at
aboard.”... .A R •' ilkins, who about 12 o’clock last Wednesday night
Styles that can be made in Ashland go to die, 76. tp 37, r 2 w, $1000.
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
Guardianship of Loyd W, Lola and
G rt D«>w ing to E iza Denton; 2acres I •cently captured one of Ashland’s fair the bolt gave way that connected the
sec 19, tp 37, r 2 w, $1500.
Estate of Annie Engledow; order fixing
llannaii E Clem to Jno Conway; 4 49 I rum fireman to engineer, and is now frightent^i the team and they at once
unning the switch engine in theDuns- started to run. The accident occurred
Monday, July 7, 1902
100 aci • s, d I c 7“, tp 38, r 1 w, $157.15 I nuir
........Mrs. George A hite, Miss on the grade near Hays mine which
Estate ot J J Donnohue; order for sale
Will cure the worst cases
Gertie E Greenland to Wesley V<u I l.izei yards
Baby White, of Ashland, are Save the team the advantage of the
of real property.
geli; 5 acres in sec 8, tp 37, r 2 w, and lo I
siting Mrs. Frank Gongwer.
river. On reaching the level at the foot
of stomaeh trouble.
Estate of J 0 Johnson; confirmation of
% to make your baby strong and !
4, in Downing’s division, $100.
of the grade the tongue came down and
sale of real propertv.
c'i. A titty cent bottle of
Estate of Annie Curry appraised at
acres d I c. 38, tp 37, r 1 w, $2725.15.
trv wanted at all times by the Ashiand was at once broken from the hack. Ben Oregou. Z
was getting them well under contiol
John J Holt to Ben T Inman; lots
I at Company
For five y-ara I suffered from stomach
when the seat, which was not fastened to
Estate of Susan M Wilkinson; order to
3, 4, 5 and 6, sec 23, and lots 1, 2, 3, 4, i
Junction City, June 12.—R. E Veatch, the hack, was thrown out of place which • ouble, having iu the meantime tried
| h 111 change a sickly baby to
and 0, sec 24, tp 38, r 1 w, $2300
inductor on a freight train between caused the driver to be thrown to the many remedies for its alleviation, but show cause why sale of real estate should
Geo W Doane to Horace A Hanscon
& a plump, romping child.
unction and Roseburg, had a close call ground at the same time his sister was without effect. I met a friend who told not be made.
Guardianship of Nora M Baer; order of
200 acres, sec 7, tp 38, r 1 e, $1200.
•r his life on Wednesday
While at- thrown out and her clothing caught on <ue of Nau a Dyspepsia Cure, and hofr it
Only one cent a day, think
of real property.
«■co Hall to A H Lawrantz; 59 acres, <
■mpting to board the engine of his train the brake lever. NoBooner was the team trade a healthy woman of his wife, who
1 of it. Its as nice as cream.
Guardianship of Ivali Marie King;
1 c 76, see 26, tp37, r 2 w, $..0J0.
Lend for a free sample, and try it.
l’aul Fehlen to John S Greuier; 4 9.
triking his side on a corner of the tank, out at their best speed. The team came ach trouble and from which cause she
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
Guardianship of minor heirs of W W
acres near Jacksonville, $310.
■ ■C'-J-VS Pearl Street,
tiling to the ground verv close to the to a halt at the north side of the Joe had been given up t-> die 1 without de
joe. and Jt.oo; all druggists.
report of guardian approved
Grants Pass Bulking and Trust Cot-
til. Mr. Veatch thinks he fractured
Estate of Enoch Walker; order ap
D L Browning; land on C street, Med j ‘ome of h s ribs. He e t home on the Dowden farm, about one mile from where lay sent for your medi- ine. After taking
they started, the voung lady still hang three bottles of the CURE, found me a pointing final account.
by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable.
•verland feel ng very sore.
ing by her clothing.
Although badly well man. Knowing its great efficacy
It won’t pay you to send away for a bruised she escaped without a limb be- fiom not onty my own experi-nce, but
9 and 10, blk 73, Medford, $100
from the experience of others, I never
The largest sum ever paid fur a pre-
J K Van Sant to Charlotte Frost; lot sewing machine. We have them at al ing broken or dislocated. Quite different overlook
F. A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE, SAYS:
■•-riptiuu, changed h auls in San Fran 21 aud 22, block T, K R add, Ashland, most any price von w sh to pay, and we to many she kept her presence of mind
B alti move . M4., March jo, low.
Cisco, Aug 30. 1901 The transfer in $10.
ire always *o be found at the old stand and at the first opportunity seized the this remedy to any •>• e whom I know to COBB-In Roseburg, June 12,1902, to Mr.
Gtnilemen : — Being entirely cured of deafness, thanks lo your treatment, I will now give yoa
volved in coin and vtoa-k $112,500 00 and
E A Sherwin to B A Sherwin; lot on
About five years ago my right ear began to sing, and this kept on geUiug worse, until 1
contact with the whee s and in this
Ashland, a daughter
was paid bv » partv of bmdneaa me for Oak street, $1.
my hearing in this ear entirely
a a peri tii* io* Blights Disease ami Diab.-,
I underwent a treatment for catarrh, for three months, without any success, consulted s num
Mrs S W McClendon to Oregon Yellow | Roseburg Review: E. R Hanan and
F >r s<le by McNair Bros., or druggists BULL—Near Wilderville, June 8,1902, to
tea. hitherto incorah e dieea>ea.
ber of physicians, among others, the most eminent ear specialist of this city, who told me that
Jacket Mining Co; mining claim, Black imilv, Will Hanan and Miss Agnes ground. The young lady is getting along
only an operation could help me, and even that only temporarily, that the head n o is es wnuia
Thev commenced the imrimiM inveeti- well district, $10.
nicely but it will be some time before generally
hompson, left this morning for Ft. she fully recovers.
then cease, but the hearing in the affected ear would be lost forever.
BENNETT—In Klamath Falls, June 11,
git ion of the specific Nov 15, 1900
I then saw your advertisement accidentally in a New York paper, aud ordered your treat
They intervieweii ai-orea of thecnreil and
ment. After I had used it only a few days according to your directions, the noises ceased, an«
or 203 Broadway, New York.
after five weeks, my hearing in the diseased ear has been entirely restored. I tbenk yon
tried it out on ite menta y pu'ting over
H W Jackson; 2 quartz claims, Willow I h»-ad of cattle was go«»en under way also. voungest son of Mm. Ar land was taken
heartily and beg to remain
Very truly yours.
t'-ree dozen ca-e.« on'be irea'nte t an'1 I Springs district, June 12
F. A. WERMAN, 730 S. Broadway, Baltimore, hid-
E H. Smith goes along as teamster in down with pneumonia fever at the same
Price, $1.00; 6 bottles $6.00, express McCLENDON—At Gold Hill, June 10,
watching them. They a so got phvsiei
v\ v\ Taylor, water right, eecs 30, SI, I harge of the buggig- ..nd u. E. Noah is time their daughter who resides at Phoe prepaid
1902, to Mr. and Mrs. John McClendon,
-Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation.
a us to name chronic, incnrahlr canes. I tp 38, r 4 e.
Mark Livii-gstone is also in the nix was taken down and the mother was
and administered it with the physicians I H B Olsen and John McKitrick, quartz I I cook.
>arty as one of the cattle drivers They
In a few days the
fo judges Up to Au 25. ei hty-eev-n I claims. Galls creek district, June 7, 1002. I to up the South Umrqu«, and over via called
INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AVE., CHICAGO, ILL
father was taken down and their eldest The Well-Known-
The warships of one nation could not
eper ent of the t.e' cas>s were either I
well or prugressi g favorab y.
be engaged in a nobler mission than
Here is your chance, 36 stamp photoe ' Blueprint maps of any township in phoned for, who at once came to their
There being but thine- n per cent of
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Roseburg Oregon Land D strict, showing
failures, tlte parties were well satisfied for 25 cents, at Camps’ photo studio.
a severe sickness when he started out
ami dose«! tlie transaction The pro-
Ira D. Reckard, Duncombe, la., writes:
here. He passed away yestesday and
people of another nation. Such a spec
Ce dings of the investigati g committee “My little boy scalded his leg from the I you want any information from the U. 8 will be laid away in thè same cemetery
tacle of international sympathy and
and the <-l nic-d report« of ihe 'eat ca»-- knee to the ankle. I used Banner Salve Land Office, address, T itle G l aba . vtee The first mentioned is slowly improving.
were published and will be m iled fr-- I imn ediate y and in three week’s time it jc L oan C o ., Roseburg, Oregon.
helpfulness we are now witnessing in t
Well everything is quiet. The election
on application Address J ohn J. FtJLTOS was almost entirely healed 1 want to
Frank King is unde- arrest charged
dispatch of relief supplies from the +
C ompany , 420 Montgomery 8t. San Frau- ’ recommend it to every family and ad I with setting fire to the esi lence of Mrs is over. Politics is dead and so is some
States to the stricken subjects ♦
vi-e them to keep Banner Salve on hand J W. Severons nea- Grants Pass. King of our republicans and I don’t know
Worth of 80 Pound Steel Rails, 50 New Locomotives
of France on the island of Martinique. t
as it is a 'lire remedy for scalds or any ha i been employed by Mrs. Severons, whether the defeated candidates are
o and 55 New Coaches, Chair Cars, Dining and Cafe
I and had a dis.igieeiuent with her regard-
I , sores.”—T. K Bolton..
of them since June the 2nd. Before that
I ing the settlement of wages.
There will presently be a resumption
date you could see on< any time you where he will be two days, and the bal
«AMP ion .
ef the experiments in fighting the moa-
might'wish to look and he imagined he ance of the time at the
Cars is the record of the
Intended for last issue.]
quito with kerosene oil. Up to date the
filled Jackson county from one boundary
Mr. Taylor has been cutting and hau I
line to the other and then was some
mosquito alone eujoys the honor of
what cramped for room.
Never mine, two miles north of Central Point, return having successfully defied the Standard
ing hay for the last two weeks.
boys, you will live. You may shrink a ing every ninth day.
r „ Oil company, and it remains to be seen
A great deal of travel has been on the
little. ' Former candidates have did it.
DESCRIPTION — RUFUS is a full-
road the last few days.
All you have to do is saw wood, mow blooded Kentucky Jack, solid black in whether he will be able to hold out tn
AVE IN STOCK 2000 Newtown Pip- '
hay and work for the next two years and color, 15 hands high, weighs 1200 poundB th« fight against it
pi-.a a d Spiizenber. e. One Hm-
during the past year, making it the most modern and up to data
on the 21st. A pleasant time it-
then you will make fine candidates for when in condition, and of good form and
dre 1 Cou Duynue du Comic»- winter Springs
in the country.
Travel over it and enjoy the finest equip.
constables on the independent ticket and action. He is a sure foal-getter, and his
The Washington Post perceives a dis
- Gen. Paes, Aft., St. Lbuis, Mo. BOSS
Robt. Garret was injured in an acci-1
position on the part of the gentlemen
dent while driving a stage over the
C. CLINE, Pac C< ait Pass. Agt., Los Angelea, Cal.
time of service; $8 and $10, payable when who write for the press to be facetious
Full Line of Nursery Stock— Kean creek mountain.
the mare is known to be in foal or chan at the expense of Rear Admiral Robfey
Same Valley, June 10, 1902.
I Lloyd and Ruby Judd went np to the
ges owners. Grain or young stock will Evans. It Is becoming unsafe for our Í+++4.^++++++++++ Mlllllillll I 1 1 1 11 1 1 1111 » «..............
all Oregon Grown.
Toll house Tuesday to visit at that place
Edward Huss, a well known business be taken at market price
great men to write for the magazines.
Geo. W Grow is elected road super
Good pasture will be furnished mares
man of Salisbury, Mo., writes; ‘‘I wish
to aay for the benefit of others, that 1 from a distance at $1 per month. All
was a sufferer from lumbago and kidney care taken to prevent accidents, but no
Tolman Springs may celebrate.
trouble, and all the remedies I took gave responsibility assumed.
The Kind You Have
Archie Grieve, who was injured on
W. N. WRIGHT, Owner.
me no relief. I was Induced to try Fo-
the railroad, is improving.
' ley’s Kidney Cure, and after the use of J. C. 8 la a lx , onager,
Cwtintl Peuu, Oregon.
. tÀTM butttaa X att oared.”—T. K. Belton-
SasapaOA, Jun« 1 j , I aj R.
Sale of Odd Shoes at
For Sale at a Bargain !
McNair Bros, DroIgron^
&Jm. ¥eo $ Co.
V,. fl. miller
J P DODGE
. Only 50 Cents |
| Scott’s Emulsion
DEAFNESS OR HARD
ARE NOW CURABLE
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME
Union Livery Stable in
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C. C. Ragsdale Place,
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