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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1889)
The Water Sy*(««m.
THE < 'ELKSKATIOS.
many people from other parts of the
George Croweon has sold to E«ivvar«i
The latest plan of the ¡>ro¡x>K«»d
Albright, of Linn connty, ten acre* in
Ashland ha.i one of the most crowd-
system which the council
(’. T. Payne went over to <’< i
The A. O. U \V. ' '.’-v in Engine e«l days of its history yesterday. Early
is considering is to have a single
Col. Copeland at Gram!«» Hall next the soul lieru part of town; eons:>l««r-
atioli, j?2tW. Mr. Albright istbe father
in the morning th«« |a«ople liegan <*om-
num lx L- moro lb.ti b> « members.
and Gun Club was witnessed by a
of Mrs. C. S. Huhn
Itobt. (Jllbaui, of Henley, has lieen at
H. W« pp has tile couirnct for the ing in from th«« surrouudiug country, good crowd, and was mi interesting ¡xiint up the creek above the ol«i
site down the creek
Fidelity Council, No. 1, Order of Medford this week.
“tom* work of th opt ra bo «.*e at Grant’s aud the express train from the north affair. There were five shoots. No. 1, saw
land's lecture on "Snobs an«lSnobl>ery.'
brought some rxtü or (loO visitors from
to a point within the city limits, thence
I uill rein»»vv my dentalnfliee from
Chosen Friernls, ele«‘t«xi the follow ing
Dr. B. M. Gill, <>f Klamath City, h,,.-, Pa>.«.
Medlortl, I'hoetnx, Talent, Central
The Electric Bitters concert com «»Hi«'« rs at last meeting: 1*. C.. G. F.
around th«' east side a short distance,
my residence to Main street, opposite
I>m«u at Jacksonville this we -s.
ç ..o.'ers b vren Prineville ami i'oiiit, Gohl Hill and other place«. By pairs; No. 3. 13 singles; No. 1, 5 pairs; where it will lie divided. Oned-inch
hotel’*Ore#>n,*’July !». Office hotirs pany gave a very entertaining free con M.-Counell; C..T. W. Lynch; V. C..
No. 5,'J singles and three pairs. The
pi|x* to run across the creek UDd up
Dick Hull, the veteran print* r of
from 1» n. m., to 12 m., ahd from 1 to I cert on the street Monday and Tues Isaac Hughes; Sec., Will. Patti rson;
totals of the scores are as follows:
aud the pr«x«ession began formiug, ac
to the gap of the bill west of town,
Asst. See.. Mrs. Lynch; Treasurer, J. Jacksonville, was iu Ashland las'. s*uu- 1 ii«->r ti ¡ms.
J* S. W alter .
the sontlieast corner of the city,
T:,' h >m«y «'top of Southern C dia- cording to urogram, timler th«« orders
Next Sabbath will be Communion W. H<x«kersniitb; Prel., Mrs. B«'««ver; <lay
thence along the w««stem boundary of
i< «• •. tin* ■" '■ "dl I c iexs 1 han one or Grami Marshal Morse ami his hi <1«* h , I
Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, of J.,
it iy in the Presbyterian Church. The M., D. L. Beever; War.. Mrs. Hicks;
in the following order:
the city, and a six iueli pi|«e to be con
The Indie* of the Babtisl Chnn-h will preparatory servie, s will la- held this (¡uard, Mrs. H<x«k« rsniith; Sen., Mrs. lyn, will visit th«« Putilic <•■■
«•••v. utb <«f an average.
E. V Mill*
Misbor 1 Bauil
•>llll i 7 :» tinued arouud eastward to the city
Patters<«n; Mc«i. Ex . Dr. Singer; Trn.s- summer.
jfive ¡i Blue ”J SiK'ial nt the t hurch Friday evening at 7/iu o'-lock.
i, «. !’ ih,! 1 b..-fUb.-ei:!>eil a $15,- Co. D. <». N. G.
limits. Laterid pi|M*H will then cover
t««*s. Dr. Singer. Wm. Patterson,G. F.
E V Carter
Tuceduy Eve July 9;h S ipp^rfrom
i. U ». X a;
(X * l >< a; i « "i ti h I i « 1 « i :’■'** - y. ami th«* Chester A. Arthur Post G. A. R,
R T. Blackwood Ins taken il]
the city down from th«' mains to
A fadisl or grizzly bean! is tudieeoin- McConnell.
6 to 9 Price loete followed by pro
M. L. Alford.
homestead claim near I’le'.n i, K •.. ¡¡i .¡«ling of the fai tory is to b gm al
mg to any ninu, mid may l> • colored a
4 13 iIT, 13 4»i points which will not make too
The American I’harmiuvutical As-
'49 Banti 1'alent.
( ’ ? J ’t '•
great a pressure from the head, which
natural brown or black by using Buck
H ( Mjvr
s«..' iitiol), h is lieen in session at San
4I1Ì1 g 11 15 is more than 500 feet alx>ve the plaz.a.
l>» Hlh »»i Lltb r Peterson.
ingham's Dye for the whiskers.
Faun Sp «m«. r and wit«« are 1 v.- :
Tm>«. CondivD. of the State Ashland Hose Co., No. 1.
Fran< i“ 'o within tb<«past week, ami del
Burnside Post, G. A. R.
,M N. Long
•> !-> IS
12 50 The part of the city below this alti
Elder Martin Peter"'», on«' <>f the
The M.itlie Vickers comedy coni egates from all parts of th«« U. S. have the Bti !er A Tlioaips >:i ran h, Il J I mv- a'».i:<H ti ll proeeciiti’.ig jus Ashland Band.
tude will be covereil by another pipe
pi«>n« er resiili iita undmtumters u this puny gave an entertainment in .Ash b.s ii on the norih-lxmml trains for th«« at the cove.
•¡•¡.«gl« .1 I«-.- •««li*'“ on the East
E. J. Furlow
13 4 xystem which will take the water from
valley, «lied at hi* lioni* ln * ''iitral land
L.ml last Saturday eveuiug to a small oast few days, r< turning home. Tues-
Prof. E. Smith and family ««..>: H
< art i.igt-H containing the orator. Hon. Ed. Morse
6 11 11 10 12 5»> tlie crock 75 feet higher, iu altitud««
Point >«n Tuesday afteru<>”Si lmt, Jill? au lienee, but it was an ex««< llelit bur <iay evening's train had nearly a htiu- from Qiulrul Point, to Ctlt-Li u I f * the 4th
.Maible slid« from the Deer crock Binger Hermann, Col. Copeland, who
than the present city water pipe put
2A. after an iline«-s of 2« hour*, with lesque performance.
Jr«««l alxtani who won* the gobi or sil iu Ashland.
12 Io 0 «.« 45 m for tire purposes. Tins will give 75
«pi.'iii«" « i ihmgii-'s coiiuty are bevxim- li.al uis«> been invited to speak, the
an attack <>f cholera inoibu"- •»’’ wa”
ver l>a«lge of the asKociatlon.
« I«;- >’« i «i 1 * «’ ■ 1 ’**rg 111 h« shape «>1 leader, Mrs. Geo. Engle, anil the May
All the churches of this City will
Mrs. Walter B-ebe started M«>«id « m.t *
! ■ • 12 10 15 GO feet wore pressure, which is consid
them was 1 >r. Wm. 1’fumler, of Portland
oue of the representative 111,11 "f
unite in the sei vices at the Congrega
evening fora visit with frieud* m tl • Lnmisoim Ij p *li‘li< «( laide and bureau or aud council.
ered all that is desirable, in the otmi-
well known as t he proprietor of a larg«*
Southern ’ •regoii. ami hisib'ii'li will
Beet general score was made by E. n««ss part of town, as it will be more
Long procession of citiz«?us in car
ti >u i! (' nl’ -b • i n *xt S «b'l ith even
1«>|'S, « c.
!>e widely moiirne«!. A fitting obitu ing. ant R «v. H. P. Sitchweil will drug busim-ss there am! also of several
than 200 feet at the ¡daza Hag pole.
\\ in. H. lii'idd, of Delaware, lias riages and on horseback. The pro- birds.
pat« ut medicines which pay a good
Enoch Hamilton and ]>< Witt S' ire ■
ary sketch w ill apjx-ar in a subst qneut
«•« ssion was the most imposing day
Theplau to supply the whole city
preach the sermon.
came over from Applegat«« W« «It • t 1. . been ¡«[*point*«i exmniuer of the Da
l — Ue < f (lie T IblNt.s.
from two maius, one on each hillside,
tioiial bank.* for Or« gon ami the ter light parade ever s««en in Ashland,
Mrs. Sue llix'kfellowr has some of
Col. Co|M*lan«l has lx«eli hkeueil to
li moved up Main to 1st Avenue,
Serlout Hruxli lire
Jacksonville, t«x>, hud a great crowd, is now (xmxidered impracticable, as
illotus of Yv’asbUigti'U'. Idaho ai id
the larg. s’ Cherry ami “Prolific cur John B. Gough in the character of bis
'own Is’ to Spnug, down Spring to ami a groat celebration, 'llie speak««rs the survey has shown th«* west bill to
Mrs. Gardner ami two Mi*
A clearing tire in the lulls sotitlnasl rants in her garden ever raiswl in Ash-
oratory, ami the justice of the compar vervell. of Oakland, won« gm -1« ¡it t.
< >ak, back Oak to Main, thence to were l’rof. Merritt, B. B. Beekman and lx* bo rough as to make the laying <»f
of Ashland spread beyond control yes iami. They
look like bum*li*«s of
ison is evident to all who have hear«! depot hotel last Friday.
Mi o'i A; :•!« .-.i»••««•' Y'oucolia, Doug Helman, down Helman to Factory, Representative \V. K. Price.
the pipe very expensive, and th«« pres
terday moruuig. and has already «low grapes, ami are as tine as they look.
that great le«'turer. The Col. possesses
las coiiuty, < i' > :mtt< «i sura,l< by sh«x>l- out Factory to junction with Mam,
sure of more than 500 feet would have
great damage. Among o’ber thing“. it
M. Waguer an J littledaiigh-
Col Copelaud's lecture on "Stmbs ami •he same womlerful |x>wersof mimicry,
ing hims-'lt in tl'«‘ beml will« a j>mt«>l aud back on Main street to the grove.
to be broken by Home device, if th.-
“suolxi anil Snobbery."
lias burned alx>ut 2»o eonis of wood
Suoblx-ry" last Saturday ui'glit vvastbe |>ersoual magnetism ami power of en- ter, of Soda Springs, h ivi b. ««u sp. nd «>n Monday «>1 1.1*1 wci'K. lie leaves a
same pipe nbould siqiply the whole
11«.- liberty car, bearing th«« GodiieHs
ta'loiiging to Close Bros.. of tin- briek-
chamiug the attention of an amlienc«*,
wife aU«i sev< nil cbllilo u.
i> Lil.« tty ( Miss Malx‘1 Walter;) Äu lecture is simply miporaible. That he city. The new scheme has some ob
yard. The house of Mrs. Moore was last ami, to nuiuy. the lx-st of th«* s»«ries.
As an orator he was almost Iwyoml «■« >ni- atnl has the same
Mr. W. C. Myer and Mrs. <J. F. Bil-
g'I of Peace (Miss Fannie Markh?) is one of the most versatile l««cturers jectionable featurae, but it may la
«■vinpli’iety s «rr<>und*«d.
niiil feliciotis power of cb luge from lings ami children have been up a
.¡ml fori«-two bright fee««« and pretty on the American stage is well known. the most practicable yet propoeedi
removed all her household eff«*«ta und p ii ". I>< i '• I« . « 11 « ■'•.. • A
grave to gay.
His l««cttires should lie Wagner's Soda Springs this w..
I - *■ .'iris 111 white, each repiesentiug A vein of keen wit ran through bis
moveable properly to a placeot safely,
The only accident here to record
hear«] in every eornerof tin« land. F'oir-
ua it was thought the house would
A young gentleman namid Merrill,
Douglas Waite, who has b, «a ab «a«,], ti i-.o« m ari; all on lit" groiin«! (or on« «.I the states of the Union, or one lecture, which kept his audience 111 th«« during the 4th is the accidental eb«*>(-
of tic i" 11 teriitories to la« u«lniitted Imst of humor. His denunciation of ing of All*ert Roach, one of th«' boys
burn last uighl. The tire spread with from Asti rii is after om-G«*>. Lee, who
ing the stat«« university this year, i: ..nt th- bm!,Lie.. ¡Juuru.il.
»« hi .
great rapidity, and lias burned over a Ims l>c««n forging Merrill's mime to t«*l-
the snob was the most sarcastic, Al working the traps at th«* clay-pigeon
Young Wade, who was sent to the here on a canvassing tour this w-iek.
Jack l\, !",y, foreman of th.« Oregon
I In« Mihta company, commanded by teruately he had his amhence in fits sliixiting tonriiam<‘nt. He didn't keep
egranis ami express money orders. L -e asy lnm from .lacksou county recently,
large area already.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Gtxlfrey cam«- in Lmnl ¡m t Live St«x k « mipany, ut ( ip'. McConnell, was reviewed m the
is Ix-lieved to have gone to San Frau- has found an opportunity to follow
<>t laughter aud iu tears. His reci ta his head tadiind the cover, mnl half a
from their ranch in Siskiyou e mnty,
Silver L .k,«, L ike county, was shot m
Moving the School Hou-e.
his mania of hors«' stealing, 111 spit«« speml a few «lays in Ashland this week. tie mm i. .- I., .t tum« ligo. I.y a iov*- I laz 1 before the formation of the pro- tion of several familiar poems iloring «lozen bird shot peppertxl him alx*ut
hm l««cture was very fine. Hrs ailvice the ear. The injury was not serioit*.
The aun.Hiucet^ut tins week that
A teamster in from Klamath county of the asylum authorities. He filed
sli'k wh ' w b e;,use lie refused to mar • iitch of the (). N. («. and Lieut. Jas. A.
Messrs. C. B. Watson and J. S
to the young men mid young women - didn't seem to worry him liny.
tliesehisil I -ar I hml let the cotitra-t this
week says th«* Asblatnl-Linkville his way out of the asylum oue day last
whs no’. dmi,’* r- Sw ift, U. S
S. A., ea-h in the full uniform concerning snobbish conduct was
to move the north school house to the ro.'nl
is now in lietter condition than be week, went to Jefferson, stole 11 liorse. Mitll<*r will start out ti[,o:i a pro-.'
of 1 i- tank, ami th«« excellent display something fine. The speaker frequent
back part of the school lot [> ir -lumed ever
saw it before as far eastwar«! as ami ha«l sold it lu.a n««ighbon»g town ing tour in the Siskiyous in-xt Mon
Miss Meta Ager, aged about IS was made by the company elicited the i ly brought forth mential iippimise,
of the C itlioltc Church last year creat- the
Klamath county liue, am! for a liefo.'e being recaptured. The asylum «lay.
highest praise from everyone.
authorities after taking him iu again
ami the entire audience was sorry
e l a great breeze npou the street, short
distauee into Klamath county.
R T. Baldwin, Jr., went out to I.tnk- t'.n v u .' i ' o a ji l: >rfg uear A«.?«r, last
sent wor«l to his father that he was ville last Friilay, upon receiving news Fiid.«y, amt nn.pg'<’ ' ««i « dn’anceliy
Tl««« Medford baud and G. A. R post that he closed as soon as he «lid, not-
aud occ.uuoned mu h ahtagoui«tie
'Th** T ii > in «. s received from th«* East cunxl ami should lie discharged. His
bet i"ot i>. ; ig ii 1 I in the stirrup. a ld«««i greatly to tlu« parade. au«l th«« withstanding the fact that be spoke
com IP ut. AJter the Hi", tilig <>f the
of th«* death of his father 1!. i . Bald
this w«*ek a valuable adilitioo to its father sent him some money, anil he
■ ,i ■ U u.;.im'«i in "■ cions for s« •nir ncisie by the two baud* Medford im«i nearly two hours. [Daily Oregon
b.Htr-1 of trade Tues lay « veiling, a pub-
job department in the shape of a per was permitted to go. Where he is
itili’. on b« mg ri» ' ." I, out is now itu- Ashland ~ was oue of the most pleas- I Statesman, July 2d, 1889.
ltd meeting of citizens was hi hl iu the ■
forating machine of th** latest im now is not kuowu here.
Mr. li. L. Holmen, who has bei 1 proving dovi iy. j.l arnal.
ing features «if the «lay.
council chatulier, and the unanimous
A gentleman who Lad suffered great
prove«! pattern, for nse m preparing
farming tlm Emsius \V. lb pl,-. ■
opinion was that the building should
At the forutn 111 the grove, the Pres- ; auuoyance and paiu from Barbers
blank ehtx'ks, weipts, notes, etc,
movtsi over to th«« south si pc <.f ’ th-
not have lieeii mi.visl for the present,
1 lent of the «lay, .1. S. Howard, of Itch, and who had lx»eu treated by the
issu«*«i two •• xeni : a a circulara 1
tle 011 theraugeup alioiit Hiatt prairie.
A committee of six was appointed to
Dr. J. S. Parson rt*ceiv**«l a copy of A number of Barron's calves have lieen Siskiyous.
I« !« rs to .! i;iv tr: - l.o.tlj to Sun-. Medford, took cltatge of the program. lieat physicians, without relief, sa>8
wail upou the school board aud pro th«* Williamsport. Pa., Sun this week found dead withiu 11 short time, ami
P. B. Whitney. special agent of the Dun-muir, .nett. o«, .-««.i. E.igewooti < ,• ice mimic by the bands at the that two bottles of Dillard's Specific
test against the proposition to move containing an account ot the drowning Maj. Barron and sons have gone out to traffic department O. «V ('. K. K. *| • ’ M 'll!. .,.,'«
1 A ,«<«r, the tickets being ptuper intervals formed a prominent cured him and left Inn face perfectly
it. '1 lie trustee«, Messis. Aj>pleg.lte, <>f the wife ami fivechildreuof Ins cous treat all the calves they can Colle««t a day or two in town tin* forep . t
¡.It return ai. I avail .«bl-« lor thiriy I «.attire. An appropriate invocation smooth, without a near. It never fails
Helman and Billings, weut out to the in, J. W. Youugmau, iu tin- Hood near with a preventive which is lielieve«! the Week.
i .1* of. re«l by Bev. F. G. Strang««, in skin diseases. Sold by T. K. Bolton.
• lay «. ».ili t?‘op-ol'i r J?1 iv... g**:.
• haplam: tin« immortal Declaration
groiimls with the committee Wisllie«- that city call*«*«! by the breaking of a to la« effective. Several calves were
C. S. Jenkins, formerly of Medford,
Old papers at T idings O ffice .
day morning and the matter was “ar dam in th«* Sus«pieliauiia river.
v a.* leml in a most impressive manner,
found «lead there alxmt this time hist who lias lx«en down tit San Framas
roat <¡*'«3 i(•i ? ■ kn<- s an )ong ami then the Orator of the Day, Hou.
gued and submitted," but the laiard
J. H. McIntosh has procured a
fora numlier of mint!:“, return I to horn s aroui pi lOvVil ; e- «Î <’f lliil tlrlì- Binger Hermann, was intro«luee«l ami
ilecided that, the work being already
steam w«Hxl-sawiug luachiue, with to a large number of the calves on the Ashland this week.
z i w Ilici: e arries nfF »¡mìe a nuiì 3 h ’T.
r« eted w ith warm applause. Mr.
under way. tuev considered it best to
which to cut up the cord w«xxl for range. Of the whole niimlx*r treate«l
S >mo of Ih, street c;ia cotupanie* bave Hermann's oration was worthy of the
allow it to proceed.
Applegat,» coi>- Ashland |xx«ple tins season, lb* is *!«•- only mu« died, and the Major says the
Manager Koehler, of th«« <• .v t 11.
so many Imi >-S (HI l!:.c nick list that da> ami of the reputation of the or
curred though he had b« eti oppom d to
st-rvmg of patronage, ami can ¡lo the fault might have lieen iu the applica It., and family, went south in a pi iva’e Ih.-? limi il lìiilìrult l o keep tbvir cars
moving. Billings and Helman declared
ator. It was listened to throughout
('. P. car Tuesday morning, on a tup
largest jolts in lus line iu a very short tion of the treatment in that «'ase.
In pursuance of «in alare of the Oregon A
with the closest attention by the great < aUtornia
they thought it should lie done, and.
to Sau Francisco.
Kailroai! < oni|Mny heretofore i‘
l he |M*op)«> iis<«<i to talk conshlcrably
though the syutinant may be now
per . ¡dien« e. ami was received with the : Ml«-,1 notice i- hereby giv.-a that -H14 < on.
alxmt lh<> “dry lulls" aroitml Ashkimi.
ng.nuHt it, they think the thing will
il I d I ighest approval. A11 abstract report paar lino« read] to sell'the landa lyin(
of RoM'burg. L'noiteU to It by llie
be fiually approve ! when time shall I «r from imligestion, a dose of Ayer's but th" s««ver<« t**st of this season th«« th«« summer at Cob'stein; and Vv. M.
l it w ill appear in next issue of the • Miulh
I llile.1 State- SETTLES* ll]on liny 01 ‘ail!
«blest in the history of Oregon shows
T idings .
show th» advantages they claim for it.
mi «r within stsKTv hats from the
for a couple of months.
of llii« noliee. enter into a regular con
They console Ilani-elves with the questiou. Jiutt try th«*m <>nce and lie tba’ the orchards in the granite foot
Following Mr. Hermann. Col. L. F. date
ith the Company for the rt at haul of
ho|»> that they ui'ty •—•ape school duty assured: tliey have much worse dys hills will stand drought Ix'tter than
Judge Batt'S, of t< ■ supreme
Cop. lamt. ot Harrisburg, I’ h .. (who such lumi, upon the regular term« of sale,
hereafter, and tha. they can't Le elect- peptics cur«-« I. You'll fin 1 them inc«« tlios«» on th««black soil down th«« valley. of Montana, nd bia
Lapp« tied m Ashland on the Fourth.) ami at I’rice-tixeit bv the Company, or the
w ill be sold without any regard to their
The fruit in Ashland orchards which land Monday evening, eti route I
.si sehixtl directors iu Ashlaud again and amply worth the price.
» • introduced. Col. Cotieland i« just land
Much of the kick appears to com»
from San Francis -o.
J. E. Mi'Dowt-ll. of S«s.-“«u. Cal., tel-
'he mau for a Fourth of «July speaker,
All eonununiealioii« rami lx« nddre««e<l to
from tin impression that the school f grapln-«! Seer* tary Ste««l, of tlie Or««- than that in most orehanls elsewhere
an I eaptnr<««i llie audience completely the Acting Land Agent I’..rtlaml
Mr. F. C. A.l.ims, ofSpnmli«l l. M ..
A CALIFORNIA It It CO.
lioard k >pl the matter t«x» 4 liet, and gou Alpine Club, that Mt. Shasta in tlu* country njion th«« heaviest soils.
I j his sparkling wit. k««««n satire and GEo. OREGON
li) W m 11 M 11.1.«
sprung it upon the district us a sur Would lx* liluniiimtixi bv a party as 1«. K. Sutton, who owns a tra< t of hill
ii«« animation and zest given by a , Acting latnd Agent
Portland, tiregon. san Franci«>-o • al.
cending from Sissou's on the evening land in the western part of Asuland, tion iu the tlouniig mill bu -i:
I iiial sprinkling of burlesque.
has a garden upon the high«*Ht cultiva
Portland. Or., June 21. lsw.
ib-aii; ut IL T. lialilw in, Nr.
ted point of th«« ridge west of town,
Miss« * Carrie and I inma I’f.
piac«> at half-past niue o'.'hx'k.
point of tin« day’s program. It was
away above all the ditches, aud has Albiinv, who have been at V .
R T. Baldwin, of Linkville, died at
«.'ally mini« «plate to provide for the
Until the bl«xxl is cleansed of mi- corn and other vegetable« gr««en ami ■Sixia Springs for the p .st two .
Ins home 111 that place on I’m «day
.. .uts of the crowd, aud the least said
bt-Hled bid< ior finishing the new <«r north
morning, .lune 251 li, in his '.Mth year. purities, it is llseles.“ t«> attempt tin« thrifty there, as is also th««bunch grass left for home last Saturdav
• .rio d <>f ('¡«lifomia ..I'>ut it the better. Ashland meant school house will l«e received by the directors
of Ashland school di*tri< t until Mondhy.
Hm death w.„s uiiexp.-ete 1 an I sudden. cur«« of any «iiscas.«. Rheumatism, upon the land not cultivated. He in-
■ I at l’orli imi arriv' d i.« 11 but she
must conf«*ss that July loth, 1SX9. 'rhe directors reserve the
On \V«sln.«day evening he retired to which m tra«vable to au aei«l in the vit« s the doubters to come up ami tak««
-ay* t tl*'Occ./oi« ÛGI. ■lie didn't set out such a
right t*» reject hb y and al! bid“. Apply tor
Harhongh, arriv- d in tl«.« v.d!« ? re-
rest in his usual health, and the first bhxxl, has lieen cured, iu numerous a look at it.
A 1». H elman
J'iinraday ever ng and for her many visitors ns her hospital full particulars to
cently from Imiiana, and vv is v
knowie«ig<> that Ins fie nds had of any cas« s. by the useof Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
* train, ity desire«!.
Ashland thisw, k with Mt 11
thing wrong was when be was called external treatment Ix-nig of no avail.
its.— >11111* lit d penche-,
\tt.-rdinn« r the crowd amused them-
thrilling 6t«nsatioD and mild results,
in the morning, and theu it was found
Archie Fr.fl'in 1 cam * in ft ■ 1
tig . gr.it •“. apples, •■!v«s in their own way, sonw going
A Tii>i\«i' eorr««spomleDt sent the nothing of re««««ut. occurrence has
that he had p issed away peacefully in following from Engine among other
Klamath Monday, wla t • h.- I
i j i
w terni Ir.;», ■ wntothe llelmau place to see the
to his last sleep during the night. matl* rof interest alxmt the commence ei|«ial<«ii one which drew a crowd fmt-h.'d a term of school. It i ill I
> ¡¡"i gun tournament. About 5 P. M. 1
al.oit’ the bank Monday morning.
The funeral w is on Friday, and was ment exercises at th«» state university:
the f««it races t«x>k place in the plaza,
Mr L. E. Paym* was using the team in Septemb r to b««gin nm«th< t
“B. B. B«*vkman deliver«-«! an address ami wagon of John Holton, and let
and alTonied great amusement. Fire-
Roliert l'hompson Baldwin was liorn lx«fore th«* liter .rj so «ietieson th*' PJtli
i.ttrk hail wisely b««««u prohibited by Rare Business Opening
th«« horses start otT without him. down stat lull««.! iu Axhiali 1 ns car rep. irer. i
• : '.a'o i
at'Kam.sey, tluutmgtoushire. England, June, ami fanly «- iptiv iteil 111«' large
tii -city authorities, anti the military
on 1th avenue. They soon struck ¡1 now comes in on one of th. < x| n -
in July, 17w.’>. He came to America amltence. I have heard nothing but
The undersigned offers for sale the oldest
run, ami turnetl down Main street. traius from the north ns luakt mau.
‘•tablifhvd hardware Mure and tin-hup iu
in l'Al'd. aud settled at I'luladeiphia; words of praise for hi* effort."
it was au immens«* success, and the ♦■ Ashland
The track was dear and they rushed
—stork in store and complete outfit
thence Im move«! to St. Louis, and
Mrs. H. C. Hill left for B
I ts’ ball which has pai«l anything f«ir of tools and fixture- in the -hop
Henry Masters ami family, from along ami dashetl down »lit* lull into Tuesday evening for a visit Wit h
from that city be came to Oregon in
A satisfactory and profitable trad»* i- living
1372, locating at Ashland. He liv«s| Pit river. Cal., camped at John L.
Reason for selling—outside atlair-
furnished by Prof. Hall, Butler Hel- done.
hitching nick were a nitnilier of wag relatives in that ct’y an t ■'-> wli. re pi
prevent the proprietor fr<»m giving the busi
hi this place alwrut four years, and Grubb’s pl:ic«« ab >ut ten «lays r«s«ently,
ons. and the team seem«! sure to
ness his attention. Will either rent or sell
theu went to Klamath county, where an I left .Momlay morning on a trip to
R-webarg. a r. vv W". I.- . .lice,
I Limited time prevents a fuller re the building.
strike some of these or else crash tuto there.
bia hom * lias lieeu most of the tinw Douglas or C<“>s coiiuty. to find a
Appi\ atpremi-e-on Main street, or address
port of the celebration.
Mr. E. M. 1 ) uivani. of ( • ’ii * ■
the front of th«« Masonic block, ns a
B. F. REEsER,
since. Mr. Baldwin was probably the st*H’k ranch. They have with them 21
I.¡¡¡als of two r«f his «*» rui«’ ry ii ,< n feature was the friendly visit of so
Point, han lieen doWIl With !!!’•! i . it -
oldest man in Klamath cou'ity. nud uu- head of go«' 1 horses, nn 1, as pets, a
at the critical time, however, th«« tent fever. but is now conval« "■ ?nt.
«!oiibl«slly h«- was the m<«;t active and pair <»f young mule-tail deer captured
«y. He was in I., '. «1 by tlm grand
horses turne.1 to the left aud brought and has been Hp> nding a few ilays in
industrious man of bis age in tlm out in Modoc county.
, nd tbemext nigtil becommitt« I
up against th«« solid wagon of the Ashland.
state. Up to th«« very day of his death
Ir.ppy «ii gat 'ii" with opinai turn-
Oregon fowls ahead. The 1st prize Wells Fargo Express (.'o. standing in
be was iMX'upied with his bnsiDt ss
Mrs. Estes, wife of the
¡1 t liniugh ti«*« l.ars. Helia“ savi»]
Wyandottee at the late jxmltry show front of the bank. The front whw 1
neer, ami Mrs. McCauley,
harness making anti was able to work belli in Mei«haui «s' pavilion. S m Fran
conn* v -o ne *'Xp«'üs*' an«! the c«*urt
of th«« Hying wagon struck a hub of
comotive engineer, at Roselnirg. c.
at his trade. In appearance, mt'.ve- cisco. vveieowm l au 1 exhibit«*! by J.
th? express wagon and one of the in Wednesday morning to vi it A-A-
ments an<l <sonv«>rsation la« H»>em>«d M. GarriS'tn of For«*st Grove, Oregon.
horses brought up against the who« 1
S m !
■ -i«".> p.'ip««; s: : v<: Since
twenty or thirty years younger than he It is a settl«d fact that Mr. (i. has ns
of another wagon. No damage what
«nf««t< "im nt of thè < x «■¡lisien net
was. He leaves four children living. fine st«x«k as th** ««onntry affords. H«'
W. J. Wimer, former editor of ti. ■
ever was «lone, except to loosen slight
R T. Bildwin. Mrs. ilarric’ Kob*«its
will sen«« his catalogue to all who ap ly the steel rim of the hub of th«« ex Grant's P ush Courier, return*-.! h" .■
• ■ vis ,n ibis city, am d continue .
fwifeof.l. T. Boliertal anti (bsirge I'.
this week, after an ali .-m«.« of
press wagon wheel.
tini«-1«> lime, owingto ■ til«* la.'k ol
Bahlwin, all ol Linkville; also a large
months at Coos Bay, Seattle ami S.iu
>tiag««. Form-'rli stori - in ('bina
A big limb of the fine large elm tree
numls-r of grami children, and a num
<■ ritmimi a pi< 1. ¡uni ’ nt present
alxtve the hitching rack in the plaza
tier of great-graml-chihireu.
Ad. Graham goes to tlm Willun.-tt««
« i* a eonsiderublc va, ‘aht. 1 in pns-
hail lieen allow«*! to sprea«! out t«xj
Earthquake In Xuriliern Cal.
•anse.l a move-
■ •ì t’ieexelnsiou Iti
Otto Shultz, of Jefferson, was visit next w««ek to work again for civil «
much ami grow too rapkily. ami has
: to stipply ordì r.ls with white
The people in central anti north l*'««n partially broken down f«»r a long ing his brother. A. F. Shultz, this gin«»«r Habersham, wlio will t.«l;«« t j
tiel«l for the |>roposed Asto'ia <1. i
r. ami this indue n any Chines««
ern part of California have felt a niun- time.
The heavy br«*'ze of Tn«‘S«iay week.
•>er of slight earthquakes recently. finished tin* break, ami threw the limb
Daul. Richards and wife, from Albany railway.
The hardest shocks were in Las«eu to the grouml. Tins young elm h I ioii I 1 Rogu«’ river, were visiting Ashland
Miss Libbie Burrows.of Wall . W.u' .
t1," rluii; Ini '.¡st week:
county last week. The Susanville be well cand for. as it will lx* a maguif- frientls this week.
arrival in Ashland Tims 'ay n unm
i i- ■,««. ■. i un thè stre*-ts tliat an
.t'/i iH-ub give« t’ic following re|x>rt: i««ent lr«*e in a few years.
n visit with old frien is Imre
pmiy or syndic. te has
J. 11. Russell ami family are here for
Last night stton after ten o'clock the
(•«*«.>. H. Tyler, wh « cam«* in l ist S .t- from Yreka, as were also L. Anlen- will probably visit Ytekr al*«.. I ■
-«Ili«!1 mibi< to«i |>; qx rty at
heaviest shock of earthquake ever iir<lay from his s xln spring over on th*«
t. r oli 11«, N,«r!h l m| ita and
felt in this secti >u of th««country visit head of Butte « r «*«k. ami reportid niue rieth and his sister on the Ith.
wili s.",:i i«e,in tl; t«,'i -•rnett■ m of a
Clipt. Dlltton, til«« geolo««;-l w!m
camps th* r«« vviu-n lie left. Among th*«
a, i ,‘s 'L i .--tr mi witli tl:«* ili-
Tlie tir«t great shix-k was follow«*«! campers are Geo. P«x>r ami family, nette, \\ i*.. stoppe«! a day in town had charge of th«« surveys at Cr-.:« r i-m: am <4 binl.lmg up a rivai lown to
■<it greater or less interval* by mon« or from Boulder. Col., who may conelmie this vv* ek. visiting Jas. E. Smith anti lak«« a few years ago. is in S n I
IL - "irg. Much n.oii-
and may be in Southern ( he
le<s heavy slax'ks for over two hours, to remain hi Southern < »regon. being’ family old neighlx«rs ami friends.
".L r*. S . I«*t tlii'n * «il in. but thè)
until twenty-eight shocks had .. ...... re- lunch iinpr<>ve<l in health since coin
v. i/ 1",’.. to iiunq,tb, m-< ive. toeelips*«
Mrs. J. K. VanSant and little son
eord«««l. of which th" first, the tliir- ing hither. Mr. Tvler is doing eon-
R, - br.rg.
Prof. John Straub, of tlm s'.. .«
tenth. and tlm eighteenth were very siilerable road work for the lx«ntit of
versity. arriv«*d iu Ashland I'.i ■ i n
S.« : ! igei;*' c<>r.o
severe. Four or live slight shocks th«« springs, ami expects u*«xt year to
morning, to sjmnd a few day Imr«« an i
i., 1,:.-' e..1.1 .'I .
'Pi'.t <'■ IIle l nivi-r-
bat«« lx«en felt thi* luorningsince «lay- have a new r«>a«l made, which will of Dixon, who had Imen visiting here. at So.l.'i Spring’s. He exjx'.
to Lri: _
sti.« ,,f t Ir« . ti. Mi. Il',nr> F uling gav««
Mr. J. A. Ruble will speml th«« Ith in hin family out iu August.
leave th«« l).«a I Indian road at the fix>t
' I r*
i'. 1 : ' ■ ' .- g" ' and M r. (
At the first sltoi'k, which was some of the mountain.
Portlaml, ami his wife will return to
M iks Adah Horton, of O iklaml. < ¡1., ( '. là i.■ ■ l' ' .ve I ll"lll .«!*•'•. to be
thing tearful, rocking buildings from
Ashland with him, after a visit of two
Col. Bowditch was ma«le the recipi or three weeks in the city.
one of th«« Ashland Co!l*«ge stud
k«q>t li* mi tir. dwible futa!. Ih'« Hlter-
side to side and seatt. ring cr«x«kery
«luring the Rogers regi.i.e, arnvi I hi • ■ ' 11>. !■ ,f t > b" givi n tu [ riz * for thè
and glassware in all «lireetions, |»eo ent of a hatiiisone present Momlay
D. (). Mills, one of the Wealthiest of Ashland last Satur.l .v evening,
!■ si • :«d
. :i«l li, .-t orgitial orati.>ns
pl«« rushed out of houses with the eveuiug at th«« liamls of Co. D. of this
«!"liv< r«'d l«> member.“ <«f li;«' gradila' ing
«•ostumes principally that nature had city. It was a i«ompb«te uniform for the ol«l California millionaires, was visit of Home length Imre
,„r 11:., niiiv.'t1 v.
i'Ii«« i ailing
provided for them. One f-How came Ins rank, consisting of an elegant on th«« train southward Bniml yester
Mr. E. McLaughlin, who has .«h ir..-
down the .Johnston House stairs on sword, belt, cap ami a tine suit of blue, day morning. He lookeil like a imxl of building operations at Kim., ¡th pr.ze m m»‘ tu «X « '.« 1 ’SIA! imi thè
lZt' îlot Io * «...libili. Il
’he jump, with Iu* bree<«hes in hand. with ail the enilielllshnieutH, Col.
City for th«« milling’ and logging ■ a
! li«« ine. .me !• >r th»* firbt i« ti veurs sball
Main street was erowileii iu tin in Bowditcli was takeu by surprise but
A party of gentlemen from Oakland. pany, moved from Portlaml to Kt., ,
••X*'1 ;ln I
! h»» « ■ e.'«’..“ .‘hall I h «
-taut, and many were afraid to return made an appropriate r«s|.<>iise to the Cal., all connect«*! with th«* S. P. R. R. nth City with hist family la-t w., k.
Id.' itotli,* li r.<!h< •ì’Jf fi.«, 1. alai th*«r<-
to lx«d until far into the morning. presentation worls of ('apt. McConnell. company, as contractors or in some
Baptist.« Chegar, th « Freneh i« in a!t r tl........ ; M
il any , l-L.ùl be addi-«!
When it slxxtk woulvl c««me the crowd
Th*« Ashland lions«« «>p««ne«l forlms- other way, visit«*«! Ashland last Friday
would yell aud break for the middle inrss again on the 4th. ami celebrated
Messrs. ('. H. Hawley, B. F. Will who has resided m ill', years m A h- lo thè Imi ! -T till' 1l»l IZ - as l he regelilB
of th«« street.
its opening with an « legant dinner, to iams and W. B. Sheldon. Tb«*y hail laml, is iu very p«x>r Imaltli, tin I -ays mav de'el II: ine.
The vibrations wi re from south to which a large nntnlxT of citizens were hciii'ii milch of Ashland through Max lit* expects that he will not Iasi much
north, but ¡«ppari'ntly did not exteml given complimentary cards. ’The new Prai'ht, ami s«x«mi*d to be disheartened longer. He is 8U> years of age.
of Susanville. ’ The
building is well iitte«l up ami furnish«*!, at not finding Mr. Pracbt here to show
Prof. J. S. Swis’t went down ' « Sa-
sluH’ks were generally pr««eed<‘d by and a vain able ¡i«l«iitlou to thealremly them tin* town, as only Mr. Pracht leni !>y Momlay evening's tram 1.. at
f >11 owing dee 1* I1HV««
distiii'-t rumbling Hoist's.
unequaled hotel uei'ommodal 1« ms < >f our can.
tend the State Teacher« Institute. <>.
upon the recoi ls of .laeksoli
he deliver !
»nut y *:u ‘ r pot; m iast lssm« of th««
A sp*x*bil train containing officials Tuesday
City Council Proceedings.
L. Martin beglus sloping peaehes of the S. I’. R. Il. arriv«*«l in Ashland an address ii | h > ii “Educational lusti i
IDI X(. :
The \slil tini city council met duly this week, taking to l’ortlaml with from the Houtli last Saturday morning mentalities.'’
ID» lx>xes of tin«« about 'Jo'eliH'k, ami start«*! sonthwani
1st, ami 1 r.insaete«! the following bttsi- him y««ste r«lay
Mrs. W. IL Cinmron and infant
imss. full lx. tr«i tieiug present except
«laughter, of San Francisco, are visit
1 ‘i im'h««s hi eircnmf««remx‘. Mr. tug. The following were in the party:
ing the family of Gen. Tolman, rmai
Petition of Ro«l ami (inn Club to
Ashland. Mr. Cinmron who is «'oii-
bare 4*.b of July sh«*>ting tourmnis«nt
n««cted wit h t !>•• San Fram-ise«« < .,
withiu the city bun’s, grauted.
c/c, is a neplmw of Gen. T «Iman.
lv«]xirts of «tree! commissioner,
John Van Horn and wife r<-1 •!>«■ 1
marshal and r«s‘crikr submltte«l an i H's'k'-rsmith ami S. B. («¡¡ley Ixgin Miller, city ticket agent S. P. Co. Ht
horn«« last 1 hurt,day evening from S..n
pi «king in xt w. ek. also, for tlu1 market San 1 »iego.
Francisco, when* Mrs. Van Hutu lias
Liquor li"I use granted to Holick A’ at the northward.
G >v. tiger, of Michigan. ex-8enator
“I coiiMbler Col. L. F. ('<>¡>«‘1.111'1 tb«« Piatt, of New
Abbey, to date from .July 1, lss;l,
«rk. John M. Thurston Ix'en under treatment for cancer ¡luring
the past two months. She is i 'I v. rv
Councilman E. B. Htmsiker was l>. st lecturer I have « ver beard. He is of Nebraska, ami a number of ladies
a man eminently «¡iialifitHl, having been passe l through Ashlaml iu Alger’s low, but during the past feiv di.v, -im ,
ailded to th«« city fire committee.
that a warrant on th«' city e «iiLi i't.-d with tbeeducati'Hial work of private car, "Michigan," last Saturday
treasury for 81"« to pay for |x>; ice badges I’ennsylvania for mauy years. I take evening, going t«> Alaska. The minor somewhat.
pleasure iti raconieudiug him to the is atl«*at that Alger, who already has
lx« drawn in favor of ««ity marahal.
Mrs. J. R. Cas«.y returned fn a
Or-iinaiiee No. M. containing a m«w !•<■ «pie of Ashland ami vicinity; assur large timber interests in Washington Klamath county Tm tslav ev«ni".. :
H«ln«<lule of liceiis.«* for business with- ing tli««m of a v*«ry superior l«*ctnrer.
Territory, is looking up the desirabili Compaiued by Imr daughter, Mt C
E. B. McElroy, Slate Supt. l’ublie ty of the lease of Alaska sea! fishing H. Harg.iiliim, of Langell Valley, who
iu tbecity was adopt«*«l.
Jhe following bills were andlt«««l mid InsltucKii.
privileges which will probably be let is just recovering from an attimk of
order«*! pai 1
Th-north public sch«x>l lions*« is to to a new party within a year the bilious fever. Mrs. Hargadin«? will re
I h I ruba re ( Oiirl
t'ity Mar dial S .larv
lx* moved back from the str**et 21(1> f««et, Alaska Commercial Co.’.s lease h iving main in tins valley through the sum
L -.«lx«. I«ols««. do.
ing prix««*, ling hav*« trnnp
oh the lot Ixjught of
’V. H. L"e«D. printing
Lewis Mellert. of G..I1 Hill. !■ f; fere I III thè Pro'*, •(..'.airi of I ick“««n
clinrch. The rtx>ms iu the secomi is a well-pr«*s**rv«*l man, apparently
I»..!. <iu«« <>i, I«*«**! S«'riiper
story will'd« h.«v«« never lx«eii finishe«l. alxiilt 50 years of age, ami his reputa- thin week for Sacr:im*ti:o. «; <•:>• >■ e., uitv. Ix-hir«.* Ju ’
ti.m for benevolenoe and generosity is
1 ist r
E xjh ' um ' s
corroborated by his pleasant face. He
1 ».'O bad ling paiuted. The diri-etors call looks lietter than when traveling the railroad company. H
JmlgeH ami cl« rk a fe««s
for bids for tlie contract to finish the
brother have r< tit««d tl:-ir f i .«,««r. fi r i
2’ » 12
Jacobi A Kaiser, printing
The contract to move it
ami nursery on Sa: b-
■ ««i, • » B. I
.!. S. lto_« r~. lumlier
has all« ady Ix-en let to John L. l’en- with Gem Logan several years ago.
Miller, the veterman nur. . rv m «t:
Win. Patter- .>.. material. lais >r
uingtoi* for $4(»’.
Joaquin Miller, "the Po**t of tin* Si
Miss F. C. Smith, an I M. . Mars
The new road made by Suje-rvisor erras," w.is o'i Pri 1 iv ev «ning's tr .in, ami Mas'er Sam Moulage «..-I, b. ti ■■
Hunt ix*t weeu Aslibmd ami 1 >««ad Iuilian
H. Scherrer, work ml water
the kite Chief Engin««-r M oDtaunc, <>:
S JI) cuts off much of the heaviest grade aud I time revisiting scenes of ohl ¡inwx’ia- S. P. R. 1L, camp over from Siss« • i : d :
3d Hl most obj«*ctiouabl«» part of th*« «>!«! I tioiie alx>ut Yreka, and intended t<; day for a brief stay at llm ()r««g n :.ml
Eddings .t Mors««, M«ls
The trip over the mountains is « stop and see his brother. Geo. M. toiii-s t hfreHorn«-1'ri> mlscotniitg«'<>uth- lT'i ¡JIM V s-iu t.i,
S. I . Morns«, blaeksmitbiug
il“ A. M.l- : • 1
2.00 Huirb easier tli.iu li need t«> I»«, ami 1 Miller, at Eugene. The poet l«a* ward. They aresnmm««ring at th ■ pl
B. F. Snyder, priaoQer's Ix.ard
0.0» I if a good roa 1 were exteu !•-.! to Peli start«*«! out upon a tour of th«* Pacific ant place of Mrs. S. F. llows.
W n !! K(»\\ - In 1. nkvi !»
■J. 1“V. ’«
B. F. lei's« r. M is««
5.50 can Biy. il would b«« h gr*at aceomtno- Northwest as corree[x>n lent of the
<J. W. Steph« ns«>n. liver)
-I. K. V.mS.mt. Mdse
M ' K.: ! AU L.
rhe new route makes a detour to the which he wrote when b«* gaiuet! fame Roseburg Tuesda v night, to «'.¡n'-ul'
Mr. L. M. McCall, surveying
. 2*V».o, soiiti.'.-md from the old road, towanl i«H a ««ontiutin’or of poetry tan«! a c«>r- the medical examiner of th" [>•!:■ :.«ri <!■
pr«>pov*d water system
P MIKF K- J’t
rewpouilcut from the O, lent. Mr. partment. Why there is n««‘ a U. S
Total allow e« I
1 lie peopl«' of Kl-iru «ih City are alxmt Miller expressed »egret that lie was n li medical examiner 1< h «; i !« h 1 pi tlpsv .1!.-.
Adjourned till Monday. Ju); 8. JNs'i. to have a p«>stofli<'e establisi„«d there, able to take thetimeto wnieup Hie « ia one of the ntvsterieH from wl i h tl,.
Rogue River Valley. The view of th«« « government red tape slnmld be un
Bn ton B fkbt . Kworder
and a* tie' postal department ol>j*i«:s lo
—Full line of- *
«he Dan e Klamath City. Ix-caiiseof the valley from the Siskiyous and of the wound.
Great Kin* !
fact of another j..x«t< Ifice in California
Samuel Miller an I fann'.v. of l.o-
it oti the train attracted him greatly
Three great fires within a few «lavs. having the word felam ith already pre
ai)«i reminded him. he said, of the view Angelee, Cal., were on Tin - lay « v. n-
Durango, (*«>«.. was hurtle 1 I uee«lay , empted an<l lx*<«;ius«' it is contrary to
of Loe Angeles, winch greets the trav iug’s train, going to Linn county, for a
PARASOLS, LADIES AND CENTLEMENS FINE SHOES ^0 BOOTS
J okk . ^"»cG.lttM). Hailey, lilaho. lit.'rneii rule to establish any new postoftice of
visit of a mouth or two. mid on th« ir re
Wiin.-K.ii.v. lose. i730jkM>. And lax', «; name niiale up «»f two wools wheu eler approaching it over the divide turn will stop in A-liland to** ««relativ. «
from the desert.
night th«' biisiu« ss part of Ellensburg. avoidable, it is understocxl that the
Imre. Samuel Miller is abrotlmr fl’.
Choice tea nt Van Sant's grocery M. Miller, and they had not
W. 1'., Wii «1»'“Ir««?’♦*.I; lose.
HI.GiIII. nani" s le««(ed f«<r »he new postoffice is
store at 3D eta. per. ib.
23 yeurs till Tuesday evening.
Legal blanks tor sal*' at tbts uffit’e.
Bit EVITI Es.
Bound for the Celebration
.» X. e. 4.
TO SETTLERS ON RAILROAD LAND.
Now is the Time!
Laird, Schober à Mitchell
Each person buy
ing a one-pound
BrailleV à Metcalf’s
Boots and Shoes,
School Shoes. Lilly, Brackett
& Co.’s Men’s Fine Shoes.
These goods are bought for
spot cash and prices are inai li
ed in plain figures
I). R. & E. V. MILLS
J. M. MCCALL’S
Spring $c Summer Dress Goods
All at Prices that DEFY COMPETITION
Will be entitled
to a chance in a
See our Fine Dress
Suits; All wool; (a
leader) only $8. Who
would wear shabby
See our Navy Blue
for 25 cts each. Who
would do without a
See our lines of Knit
and Canton Flannel
Underwear for 50 cts.
Goods that will sur
See our line of Fan
cy Percale Shirts for
50 cts each. Dress up
on the Fourth.
See our line of Bal-
brigan and Knit Un
derwear; all at clos
ing out prices.
See our Jeans Pants
Regular price $1.50:
Closing out at $1.
See our lines Pants.
$2 per pr.
See our lines Pants
for $3 pair.
See our lines Pants
for $4 pair.
See our fine Sum-
mer Clothing: from
$8 per suit up.
See our fine Diagon
al Suits; reg. price,
$20: which we are
closing out at $15.00
See those tap sole
Boots for men; only
$2.00 per pair.
See our line of Mens
fine Shoes; a reduct
ion of $1.00 to $1.50
Men's Cotton Sox; 5
cts. per pair.
Tobacco; 3 plugs $1.
Men's Straw Hats at
prices that will as
Men’s Felt Hats at
j f \ reduced prices.
The largest stock of
Boys’ Clothing sold at
very low prices. It
must be closed out.
Men's Overalls only
55 cts. pair.
Step into our store
and you will be sur
prised at our low
O. H. Blount