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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1890)
TH11 GKKAT UtLU
Montl.lv reports of City Marshal May
LEAV1TT—In Linkville. June 2*. 1800, to
Th • bd! given hi honor of the l!4th
Home jiravh'-» are in the market.
field ami Recorder Berry act-pfed.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. læavitt. a son.
atinivci»»ry of Amerii'un lmlepeiidcrKf,
Street ('ooimiimuitier P»Hi-t«oii x n - at the new Gauiard Grand O|»-ra House.
ASHLAND. O il . Tbtir-ri*\. J i i v to,|M»
Have your produce ca-hed al Ben Fjg-
|«ort for June waa n;f<-rred p» finance Wa-, a su.»vi» in every particular ami
For lame 1-a.-k. »ide or etiest. u.-e Shiloh'-
1’orou- Plaster 25 rents at T K Bolton'--
paenes on record :A> the nuoit artistic ami
I’CIIHOVAI. AM» SOCIAL.
City Treasurer E. V. falter tubmitted enjoyable social event yet witnesaei in
About one hundrtsi people from Si»kiyoH
Those line white blanket.» at the w<iol-
a financial report for M ir<-ii. April. May this <-ounlry. The asaemblaje, music county »pent the 4th in Ashland.
en mill» will niaae a splendid pres
I. . A. Simon» is in Linn rvrtMty.
and June. Referred to ftnance roiumit- ami dancers, all compared welt with the
A wise man and a fool understand each ent for y our wife. Thev beat anvthing vet
J*». F. Harm is over from !hin»niu»r.
b-e for inveutigation.
»een in the state.
elegant new opera bouse, a credit to a other better than any two wise men .
S. C. l’almcr anthoriicl to move build mo 1 retentions city than Ashland and
Sherirt Ibnl-ey wa.. in the city tlie 4th.
\\ anted- A position to do general house
ing from Factory to Mechanic atn < i.
work ina family or private boarding house
a monument to tb«- puMie spirit ami gen
M L. Mn'all and wife an at t'oi»-«ieiii
A petition from Mate of the citizen» erosity of its liuilder. Mr. (Jacar Ganiard. ed at Will». Farg«» A. Co.’» expres- office
bv a young lady. For further uiformation
wan prouenteii aaking the council to pa«» About bi o’eloi k lx*:nay's cotillion band
Two sport- caught I.KJO trout in two days
Leonard Kai» r of Yryka >« vi-iting hi *n ordinance in r<-frren<-e to hbtel run-
Is what the ladies say who lime been getting their dreoses at Hunsaker's lately;
started up the music ami the grand an<l u half in the De- Chute- river recently. mediately.
brother of the Rr.i >»«i>.
nem at <lepot and about peddling at name tnar< h formed, proceeded through its
In ladies Ix-aded wrap« the price now
Have you »ecu those fine blanket- at the
but if you arc not pretty lively in getting around, you will not lie able to secure
John«'. More, of Tobi, was iu the <itv place. Alter ootne consi leratien of the wind and located the dauceiw for the read- 4o per rent, oil regular price at Hun Ashland Woolen Mills?
a nice drew at the prices which will make a sure move of every thing of a
Friday on bu.-(ne»«.
»ubje<-t, a motion wm adopted to have an Ofiening quadrille. The grand march saker's.
"Hacknietack”—a Justing and fragran-
Mr and Mr». Band Allen, ol Tolo. were ordinance drawn by tlie city attorney was led in a graceful manner bv Miss
Thousands of dollar- were ma<le by the i perfume. Price 25 and 50cts. at T. K. Bolt
in th* ■ ity during the 4th.
tliat each peraon uoliciting for a hotel Carrie Rojier and Mr. Thad. Barclay. railroad company with their laO-mile ex- I ton’s.
Gen John F. Miller came out from Sa ahould stand by his vehicle, and that Besides tlrnse taking part in the dauce a currion scheme.
• old lunches have Ix-cn iiilnxiucesl at the
|<ersons selling fruits and wares shall not large crowd of spectators thronged the
lem for Klamath county Tne-day.
P. T. Barnum's circus ha- cancelled it* Soda Fountain stand, to l>e served at all
go on hoard tlie trains for that f>urj»«w. ¿all- ry, occupied the stage behind the Pacific coa«t date« and turned toward the hour».
Ja- F. Harris and A. E. Culver have
Will give you a hint of what iou may expect, and it the prices suit you come at
Special policemen on the 4th were al musicians, and other gooJ jiositions Southern Mates.
taken charge of a to.tel at Dunsmuir.
lowed H tier ilav.
once, for our stock ia yet large, and will soon lx* broken at the figures
J. O. < Wimer left yesterday for a trip
The following bills were ordereil paid : were finely drresed in becoming cos the Anderson sawmill at Dunsmuir, and
quoted. There are many oilier bargains not here mentioned
in the W illanu tte. starting for Salem.
, W R Mavtiebl, cit) inar-ha'.
tumes and looked as neat, trim ami ha» started it up for the season.
that are sure to please you:—
E. B. F>l»on
and Mi»» llarri» of ■ Electric Light Co., May and June
À ' OOK AND WAITER. Girls preferr
I prettv as if moulded to perfection from
Prof. C. .«. Prire. of Ashland, will prole ed.
«ha-ta valley, a-r nt the Coh-stein spring». E K P.ricbtiuan, board for prisoner» 12
wax. A list of those present, as far as ably 1« selei ted lo take the priueipal.«hip
It K »uttoii..
MRS. B. F. HI TLER.
''U' key and children return M 1. M' i all. surveying
could be sbtained, and what they wore of the Jacksonville public sclnxils.
Montague. < al.
ed Tuesday I root her vi»it in lann county. I Ja- W Walter», cordwood
is herewith ap|x*nde<l:
tor .< 1 .< M I
H. C. Messenger is «hipping hi« sawmill
Mi.— I ' ara Leniay wore a lovely costume from Josephine <-ountv to Dead Indian on
Gu» Walden, of Siskiyou, -was vi-iting ! A F A A M lodge, <> mo’i» rent
ft >r 1.00
the railroad l«»ys in I'ow creek < anvon la-t , I! F i!ee»er, nail».
of pink mull and lace
the Well« pla--e.ro manufacture yellow pine
• 'o»t< in case l.'itv v» Donoghue
Mr». Th. Jensen and Mr». 1‘. G. I^inav lumber.
I II I* Week», < arpenU-ring
wore lieatitiful gown» of blue India silk and
A. M.Smith.Jr .a Portland “blood." spent I Geo Marble, blacksmithing
Cha». Me-eivei» the new proprietor of
tlie recent holiday with <»<>ngeniat spirit» in Gregory .k Hick», hauling
Mi— Lottie Thoma» was in pale blue faille the Oregon City Enteipri«c. and Keeler H.
Gabl-ert. formerly of Grant« Pass, i« associ
J K Patton, hauling
lace and ¡lower».
Mias Sadie Kist left Tuesday (or a visit to W B Colton, taking <Jee<f» of right of
Mrs Monroe wore blue India silk and ate editor
15 50 velvet.
ldquina bay, as the guest of Mr. an.I Mrs.
Wright arid Bean are making a tour of
i. M. A ISiey.
Max Muller, recording deed»
Miss Phene Renner, of Yreka, wore a the northern country w ith "Old Reel-Foot,”
Win Patterson, lumber, nail» a
Tuesday for Medford. The merry-
K. M. Royce and family have gone to. w.rk for water-work.».
<>< 76 mond ornaments
go-round i« traveling with the-u.
Olir Ita tija in Collutti' in Eillnl tritìi flooil.i Etimi Efti’fi
Ilenver, and may go from there to Gram) I 1> King.F M McKinnisandC F Hen
Mi»» Rena Cann, Yreka, wa» relied in a
Mi»» Mattie MiP-heil i« «aid to lie one of
llf'lta rt aunt that »'ill be Htn-keil af Trirni to ndl »I oaee.
ry. »jtecial police
handsome dress of white albatross and
the hand.»ome«t girls in Pari«. She is, of
I 25 satin
B. F. Me« rearv and family, of Riskivou, I E C Payne, repairing city jail.
The Mi»ses Wilson were gowmxl in errme i-oun-e. an American, and the daughter of
spent the lib at Ashland ami a dav at | H I. »herard. work on »treet»
Senator Mitchell, of Oregon.— Fix.
00 and pink brocade.
Hugh flee, work on »trect-
Mr» Julia West wore bine cashmere of
laigan. the photographer, has received a
Geo. T Baldwin and wife ami Mis.« Es-
017 29 India »ilk.
detective camera thut take« instantaneous
tella Moore of l.mkville. went to Portland
11c has taken •'.«hot.«" at the All work ordered will lie made to give entire
men on the water works, the 4th of July
ail order lie drawn on water works fund over »ilk of same shade.
Franci« F itcb, • ba» Brou« amt others in favor of E. V. Carter, city treasurer,
Mi»s Sadie Nelson wa- handsome in a scenes, etc., with good effect.
iroiu Medlor<l returned Monday from a for the sum of $!>77.7O to pay for labor for lovely costume of white silk mull
Service- at the usual hour.« at the I’resbv-
trip to t'olestein.
Mis. Mollie Oblier was attired in red terian
Repairing neatly and promptly done,
church next Sabbath. The evening
the term emiitig July 3d.
-ervice at 7:30 o'clock will la- conducted by
• ha». H. Grave», who is now repairing i
and at Low Rates.
• hristian Endeavor Society. Prof. I*.
Tilt* Fivc-Mile Hl»kiyou Tunnel.
hi« ranch in Butte creek, (.'al . -i>ent the i
Mrs. Frank l>enart (Portland) wore a the
Ith In Ashland
I Chief Engineer Hood's surveying party dainty
Getz will deliver an address.
costume of creme silk mull
Mi»» Emma Howard, elegant dress <rf
one of the work train« on the Siskiyou
Oscar Luca«, of The.«,»la Fountain, went which lias been at work preparing a new
m rth to Portland and the H».uixl Tuesday romi-bwi in Cow creek canyon, were in
is now operating from Hornbrook in place
on a business visit.
Ashland Saturday Cn route for Santa trimmings.
00 at Factory.
Mi" Lillian Smith, of Califoniia. was of Sayles (or Steinman). Tom Green is
Cash with Order.
I rof, K. F. lxmglx»ttom has closed 1. suc Cruz. I'p to that morning their orders rolled in white silk, jieurl embroideries and foreman. Fidwards conductor, and Dick
cessful term of school at Phoenix, ami was were to pioceed to Ashland ami make the point lace.
tn Ashland Tues.lay
survey fur the proposed long tunnel—five
Mrs A T. Kyle, handsome brown co»-
Geo. Sizemore, attorney at Burn», in a
V- W. Paterson wa» in Ashland last ! miles—under tlie Siskiyou mountain. As tuni", silk ornaments
dispute over land matters stahlied T. I>.
strictly Filkt-Class. Warranted.
week lie is now in the marble and »tone this out-fit are the locating engineers of
All Seoond Growth Hickory.
Harris (formerly a resident of I.akeview>
business at Marshfield.
Steel Axles «nd Tires.
the S P R R there is surely no doubt but mull, ribbon trimmings.
Low Bent Seat Arms.
Sizemore lias lieen held to await the action
Mrs. Harry Barbour and little son re-j that the company mean business almr.t broidered silk mull, and lace
Long, Easy Rilling. Oil Tempered Spring.
turned lust week from a visit to parent.« at the building of tins long tunnel. When
Best W heels and Best All uv^r.
Mrs. G 1, Landers was in while em
Etna, Siskiyou county.
once completed it will forever do sway bossed silk over white st.rail, with duchess
IF YOU CAN'T FIND THBM FOR SALE BY YOUR MERCHANTS. WRITE US.
Ladies Oxford ties ju«t received at Hun
Willis Knunerand wife aud Edwin Weav-1 with the endless expense attached to lace and iliamond»
JOS. W. HOCKERSMITH,
Mi's Belle Anderson wore Nile green vel
er of Myrtle creek, Douglas county, came i keeping the road open on the high moun
Jesse Richardson wa- up from hi.» farm
tain and will prevent blockades during vet. relieved with touche- of old rose bro in Medford precinct Tuesday. Mr. R. this
to Ashland to celebrate the 1th.
J. K. Van Sant, representing a Bacra- I heavy winters. As soon as the surveyors
Mrs. Chas. IL Veglite. handsome cos spring built a line large barn and is now
men to grocery firm, has been in tlie city arc through at Santa Cruz they will re tume of black silk, jet ornaments, creme having erected n handsome two-story farm
house, finely finished, which will make a
turn and survey this tunnel. It will take roses.
the past week writing up orders.
comfortable, happy home.
I.L ORDERS promptly ulteiided to.
Engineer Nel» Church and wife were
Boxes and paper for shipping fur
No pill or nauseating )x>tion, but a pleas
■ ailed to Chico, Cab, last week, where Mrs. struction means the expenditure of big silk, ribbon trimmings, steel ornaments.
z^jMrs. M. E. Tyler,
cart loads of coin, which will make bus
Mr-. J. W. Powers, elegant costume lilac ant tome and purgative is Simmons Liver
Church'« father was riporte«I dying.
Office with Wells, Fargo A Co.'s express,
iness for Ashland and the valley.
• laniard opera block.
John Timmons, the baseballist xml ex- 1
Mi-» Emma Vining was lovely in pink
Senator Mitchell has introduced a bill to
The load lied in Cow creek is four miles creiK ami »ilk.
pre»» messenger on the Ashland-Portland
pay II II Wheeler, of •'rook county, $13,-
long, aliamloiis two old tunnels and two
tun, ha.« been transferred to Nevada.
Mi-s May Powers was envelojied in a 250
for eighty-nine head of .stage horse-
I taken by the Indian» lietween 1SG4 and tW».
H. T. Chitwood, district deputy, wax at I
Corner Maio «■■</ (Iranitr Sterriti.
MedlOfd Monday evening installing the that Jack Bays ami E. J. Jeffery of Port silk,
when he was running a mail route from
newoffieersof the Knight» of Pythia.« lodge.
COPIED AND ENLARGED
construct the new road-bed. It required some velvet decoraTion».
As I have business which require- my at-
Melvin Naylor was in from Jenny creek
Mi— Millie Gidding» wa- in black silk
Don’t fail lo get price- at the bargain
Tuesday and says grass wa* never lietter six weeks to do the surveying.
ami tulle. I. h France roses.
counter at Hunsaker’.«.
Bromiden made in ail sizes. . Call ami
cluded to place on tlie market
and gnats were never worse than this sea
Mi— Sadie Ober appeared in i a lovely
examine our work
Ill the neighlxirhood of sixty people
lUbcral Lecture by AV 8. Bell.
gown of creme and pale green silk.
Ell It THE XEXT SIXTY DAYS
the Ith at Colcstein. Among the I
M iss Maliel.Wagner, dainty costume of spent
W. S. Bell, the free thought lecturer
C. F. Wall and wife ami Miss Mvrtie Gill
number who went there that day were J.
returned ¡Sunday from their San Friincisco will apeak in Ashland next Wednesday,
W. Ingram. Mr. Penningcr. R.
H. Moore. ,
Mi»» Katie Hansen wore a rich toilet
trip, and went to their home on Rogue fuly loth, on the subject of '‘Common
llist. Att’y Colvig and family. C. T. Payne.
Sense, or the Evolution of Religion.” All
Mrs. I>eslie Merrick was in gu' light green I Jr., and ladv friend, and others.
Mr», l-eslie Merrick and her little daugh are invited to hear him.
silk mull, ribbon trimmings.
So simple vet always efficacious in all
ter left Sunday for a visit with Mr. _ Mer
Miss Ida Naylor of Jacksonville, black bilious disorders is Simmons I.iver Regu
-Edit SALE IN
Fur 30 Ihiys
Situated on Main St., Alida avenue andJbe
rick's people in Yreka and also in Scott
silk and lace, Marchal Niel roses.
Miss Carrie Roper charmed everyone in
Commencing July 10.1 will make first-
A full supply of
cated and mostly set out to choice
Mrs. Ashford Clayton, of Cole’s valley,
Mrs. J. D. Fountain and daughter Lyle claaa cabinet photographs for $4 per dux. a corn colored gown of clinging aflk w ith Douglas county, dropped «lead with heart C offins , C askets , R obes of all S izes
fruits. Look at this property
arrived from I.inkvilte Tuesday, to be pres-
Don’t make any mistake. This rate is
i ; disease Saturday. She was one of the old-
ent at the death-lxxi of Mrs. Johnny Eu- good for only one month, expiring Alt- :
1 est pioneers in I'lnjKiua valley, having set
A l IB JL ZED G A. I IST
gust 10th, after which the rate will lx? 15' Miss Allie Farlow was elegant in hunter's j tied there in 1X52. She was <W years of age,
and mother of a large family
C. W. L ooax .
I. . ('. Grigg. M. D.. of Murray, Idaho.was per dozen.
green and point lace.
buying else»here, as 1 will .«ell at
Twenty live years experience in Ashland.
otia of the guests at The Oregon this week.
Miss Ada Miller was gowned iir dead
Milk-shakes, ice cream, oranges, lemons, Embalming with the aid of a skilled physi
one half its value, and on easy payments.
Mrs. Eubanks liles.
He 1» looking for a drug store business lo
white faille and lace.
and all kinds of popular confectionery al cian.
E. E. MINER,
Miss Lulu Bellinger was rolled in white The Soda Fountain.
Cor. Main St. and Alida av.
Mrs. Mo’lio Rusaell-Eubanke, wife oí
Inquire at the R ecord ofthe.
Office and ware-room on Main street, at
Mrs. Chas, llargadine came in from Lan- John S. Eubanks, Jr., died al the home of ’ , stik
On the 4th at Linkville a picked nine of
Mrs. W. R. Mayfield was in creme and baseball
foot of Granite.
gell valley Sunday to spend some time a* her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Russell, I 1 terra
the guest of her parent». Mr. anil Mrs. J. in thin city Tuesday evening, July 8th, I Mrs. cotta
defeated by the Indian nine from
H. C. Myer wore tlame yellow crepe badly
Klamath agency'. Capt. 0. C. Applegate
aged 27 years, Il months and 23 days, and ribbon decorations.
Lindsey Siseiuore came in from Pelton after a terrible siege and struggle of a
Miss Mattie Ober was ddessed in a rich j delivered the oration ami Mrs Silver.«, an
Bros, stock ranch in Crook county last number of weeks with the grim measen-1 I costume of lavender and velvet with oxy- I j elocutionist, read the Declaration
Seven spools best thread for 25c at Hun
week and s)>eiit the 4th with relatives and ger of Death, in whose arms she at last - dized silver ornaments.
Mrs. Anna Evans-Byron, of Spokane saker’s.
friends in this city.
fell, despite skillful medical aid, the kind
Falls, wore electric blue silk,and velvet and . At a meeting of the Southwest Agricu!
Charley Slade, formerly driver on Ihr offices of friends ami relatives and the diamonds.
tural Society, held at Coquille City the fol
Ager- Linkville road, now handles the ri ti best of care. A lady whose life was a
Miss Fannie Ralph was in rich costume, I lowing board of directors was elected: J.
bon« for Superintendent Cluggage on the pieasure to those who knew her, her green and velvet.
W. Wimer. W. H. Harris. J. Henry Schroe-
Bly Lakeview division.
earlv death will leave a vacant place in
Miss Nora Corbett wa» gowned in white ; der. James McNaughton and Janies Aiken,
i It was decided to hold the annual fair at
Prof. C. S. Price was at the county .-eat
___ the liearts oí her busband, relatives and tulle over blue silk.
Monday, being inaugurated as county circle of friends that even time can never
The gentlemen were wreathed in smiles the fair grounds at Arago.
school »u|»crintendeut. Geo. Barron at mend.
and clothed in good humor, and never
Tabic linen 25c i>er yard at Hunsaker'.-.
tended the ceremonies.
A large procession of the friends and failed to make everv jioiiit in the arts of
Billy Clarkson,the popular deputy sheriff
J. M. Dillard and wife of Dillard station acquaintances of the deceased escorted gallantry come before the eyes of the
spent several ilavs last week in Ashland the remains from the Presbyterian cl.urch fair ladies. Bunched together is here I whocaptured Gibbs, the Portland murder
is aspiring towards the office of sheriff
with John Strains family, Mrs. Strait and to their last listing place in the Ash with th*? list of most of the gentlemen: er,
of Siskiyou county at the hands of the
Mrs. Dillard lieing cousins.
land cemetery this afternoon, Rev. F. G.
Al Morris. C H Johnson, C F Henry, T dein'K-rotic party. As brave as a lion and
Chas. F. Frizell, Jr., is general manager Strange conducting the religious exercis I W Barclay, S M Warder. Taylor Payne, as keen as the scent of a bloodhound, Billy
E B Myer, W Gaunt. Gus Edwards, J I) is the liest officer that could lx- nominated.
of the freight department of the S. P. R R es, and J. L. Downing the funeral.
I Cummings 1* K AVulsh, J K Wagner, Tet
in Ashland during the vacation and absence
Eight yards sati'. • .'or $1.00 at Hunsak
Thoiuey. Mr hchuler. F B Farmer, A J
of Walter Beebe in the Willamette.
Baglev, .1 A Dawson, H C Myer. Enoch er’s.
Miss Alice Smith, a Grants Pass school
The 4th was a tine day for a celebra Hamilton, John W Farmer. John Landers.
The editor of the Re< ord last evening re-1
teacher, was stopping in Ashland the past tion. The crowd of jieople in town was K A Minkler. O 11 Blount Chas C Chit- ceived
a silver medal from M. II. De A’oung
week. Attorney Burtenshaw showed the ¡urge, but not up to the number that con ' wooo. John McCarton, Thornton Thomas. a« a souvenir
of tlie opening of the S. F. ■
lady the beautiful icenery about the city.
Clirouiclc’s new building. Thanks. Mike.
gregated here last year. The procession,
out of our present chicken
Mrs. W. G. Tanner and two little chil headed by t it officers of I he day, the
Kyle. John Loft'tu«. Geo Vaupel, H S coop into a mammoth block, we'll return I
dren went to Seattle last evening, where Ashland Silver Cormt band. Co. D, T
Evans. Andrew Terw illiger, Eugene Terwil-' the compliment. Don't get weary waiting,
they will join Mrs. E. L. Hollenheak and Burnside l’ost G. A. R., A. H. Co. No. 1, liger.
W M Singleton. Mr Cottrell John wt're growin'.
go to Geneva. N. Y., via the Canadian Pa etc., etc., marched through the principal ' O'Conner,
David Ralph. John McRoberts,
The placet*» buy your lady her fine shoes
.I D Scharff, Mr. Rowlands
streets and to the grove, where the ex
J. W. iluniakar come in from Linkville ercises commenced. That oft-repeated W R Mayfield, Frank Brandon. <• B Lan is at Hunsaker’s.
last week and ha» since gone to Astoria to Declaration of Independence has become ders. Conductor Mathews, J 1' Isliell, Geo
I.. E. Hoover. W. B. Taylor and A. A.
attend the A O.
W. lodge. Mrs. H., a dead letter in all 4th of July celebra E Youle, L I. Merrick, C E Donnelly, H I. Ro«», ot Grants Pass, were arraigned in the
who ha» l>een visiting the Misses Olier, ac tions, ami when that part, of the pro Sherard, C II Veglite and other».
Fnited States circuit ceurt in Portland
ron ipanled him.
The ball was managed jointly by Ash Monday on a charge of cutting timber on
gram comes around the crowd feels like
lands. It api»earing that little
J. H. Rhodes, an all-wool, stubb-waisted going off and hiding But this was not land Hose Co. No. 1 and Co. D, 2d Regi
democrat of Talent, was among the Rx- the case this time. Miss May Powers, ment O. N. G., O. H. Blount ai ling as timlier bad l>een cut,and Mr. Hoover plead
ing guilty to the offense, he was lined $lno
cord ' s caller.» .»'aturdav and says Ben Dyer,
the blacksmith, has tuore work than he can the reader, is an elocutionist of superioi served at The Oregon Hotel. After all and Taylor and Ross were discharged.
ability and gave a zest to this noble doc
gel away with now.
Cballv 20 yds for $1 at Hunsaker’s.
ument that made it seem as fresh as a expenses Imd been paid, a wad of $4.r
F. S. Ackerman, the popular druggist of daisy. ITof. 1‘. A. Getz caught hold of was left over. Tlie ball will long be re
Asst. Postmaster General J. S. Clarkson,
Yreka, was visiting at t'olestein and Ash
membered as an epoch in the social his returned northward Saturday on his way
land during the Uh of July holiday season, the great American eagle, tlie proud bird j tory of Ashland.
to Washington via the A'ellow' Stone park,
accompanied by Mrs. A., their two children of freedom, and made it Utlk as it never
a party of ladies anil gentlemen are with
did before. When he got through tell
and Edna Churchill.
him. among whom is Morton Mitchell,
a nephew of the little heard of vice-presi
Lieut, and Mrs. Sargent paaeed through its jieople. the audience all felt as though
dent of the United States, Levi P Morton. |
on Friday's train from F't. Walla AValla to
Fletcher Linn is visiting at Eugene.
to Arizona. M. L. Alton! and wife were a* they were little tin gods with their pockets
The White is king. Buy a White.sewing
We have just received an invoice of stylish sunnner suits, tine quality soft and stiff hats, latest styles and .-hapes in
Miss Emma Plytnalebas returned from
the depot to see them. Mrs. Alford and full'of wealth ami no codlin moths tn
machine freru Jackson A Sowden of Grants
their red apples. All kind of races ami
Mr«. Sergent are sisters.
I’a»«. All kinds of sewing machines repair-
i * i i
^1.50 to $5 per
• ' straw liats:25 cases mens’ fine shoes, from
D Lvle Rice, assistant railroad agent, miscellaneous amusements were indulg- i W. M. Holmes and wife visited rela-1 . ed by J. W. Howden.
aK-d him . .
leave.» this month with his wife and heir for ed in. The grizzly bear Reel-Foot was tives at Eagle Point Sunday.
Tom A’oung was acquitted of the mur- ,
a trip northward as far as Victoria. B. C., on exhibition. ’ Miss Lillian Smith
C. B. Rostel has returned from an ex- .
spending most of the time with C. Hol- gave a glass ball shooting exhibition,
Redding on the 2d. Burtcn assaulted i
iwrg's family at Port Townsend.
which displayed her wonderful ability as tended trip to Aberdeen, Wash.
: A'oitng’s 15-year-old daughter and the !
Jonas A. Lee. of Webster. South Dakota a marksman." The fire works on Harga-
Fred Zigler and Ed. Farrew of Rose- ; whole community justified the killing,
who has liecome identified with several en diue bill were well managed and a graml burg, spent Saturday and Sunday at Jack- [ ' although the law is against murdering.
terprise» in this county, arrived with hi« pvrotechnical display. The great Cali- sonville.
family to-dav. and will move into the old thuiupian llorroboes procession and
Sash ribbon in blue and pink 25c |>er yard
24 pair mens’ fine uboes, |»er pair. I :
Tolman residence on Main street.
200 boys’ suits below cost.
Lime-kiln Band was just killing. Among ; Judge Hanna w ent to the coast at Cres- at Hunsaker's.
12 Mens' dark suits at................ $ 5 00
100 pair mens' cotton pants, at . $ 1 00
<’. II. Morri« and wife and their son, C II ; the take offs of the procession was a good | cent Citv last week, where his family
P.O. Lemay, of the cotillion baml. 1s of;
light colored suits
Morri«. Jr., and his little daughter. »»» i joke
„„ the mayor ______
. have been stopping for some time.
council, _ —
the firm of Swan A Lemav, blacksmiths
pair mens’ cotton pants, at.
quartered at The Oregon fora sojourn o' 1
]. j s standing on eud hauled about
wagon makers, who build stage.« and
! James Wilsou Jr. has returned irom ; and
Mens’ woolen pants.
wagons for the whole coasL Thev arc now
fine brown suits
Kangaroo» and French call.
Mt. Angel College, where he has been at i building some for the Linkville-Ager route,
fine orange suits
Mens’ straw hate, from
htadaor wpotlen men. The speaking
Mens’ overskirts, all prices
L. L. Burtenshaw and A. S. Hammond
t ol.t . F. Fnze l 1» now at •>
took .,|ace 0I1der the flag-staff, and from
Mens' line white shirts
They do a tine lmsiness.
summer cutaway suits.. l(i 00
2 pair for 25cta
the rank ugliness
i the Ashland attorneys, were attending
ugline.sa of the
‘‘f preliminary of
Call and see our stock of fresh groceries, l
“ light plaid suits 18 00
court this week.
of "he animal» fell on the .-olonel last week, speaker it was presumed that Cassius
I provisions, etc., at the Ashland Grocery.
24 pair mens’ finesboes.
butterfly Scotch suit»..
proclucing s«»n»e painful (hough not fatal ’ Walker's frame was somewhere about in
The Roseburg Junior band cauie up ’ I E. M. Miller.
that costume, lie soon introduced the ', from Medford Thurs'iay afternoon and
The celebration at Medford in the For
‘'circuit rider.” who proceeded favored our town with several fine airs.
Fred Zigler and R. W. Benjpmin of the , ' regular
dyce grove was a great success. The
. vneburg Flaindraler offlee. made the R k - |
Miss Katie Cronemiller departed for iargest crowd of i>eople ever yet seen in
’ office a fraternal <all while viMting | I of a brush and dual-pun all the most ter- Crewent Citv.
City Cal., last Wednesday, to j Medford gathered there that day. N. A.
V0** rn Oregon laxt week. The VUm- . I rific social and economic questions of the Crescent
>outn* neat mechanically and (»articular afternoon, from handling of the mother- , visit her aunt ami will l>e gone some Jacobs of Ashland put wings to the de
s in neckwear.
eiaration of independence and made it
I ir-law to managing cyclones. The reg- time.
tv able edlu 'riallv.
Southern Oregon. We are offering our department very !
... 'reen and two children, of, u ar orator whose beauty ( ?l ami digni
Willie Williams, who is now employed
‘'u 'iwVff vWting Mr«. J. J. l«>»n- fied (?) eloquence made the sweat run in a drug store at San Francisco, came ered” the oration which was declared a
Reitding. nave •» _ Thev returned home from the horses in the plaza and the but home on the 4th to visit relatives and , masterlv effort. The Jacksonville nine
abuc. ber jlaugble. .,MC ftnil lnlui|v
won the $50 Ixiseball prize, defeating the
tons from the atidieuee was Johnny Pow
Monday. J. J Do»««- .„„iir. „here they ers, Jr., who received a |k0 prize tor his friends.
Medford boys by a score of 30 to 22. The I
panving them to Puv
R. IL Moore, ex-county treasurer, ; Roseburg J tinier band furnished the mu
■will remain a week or .»dz
job. The horribles were immense.
started north Monday evening on a tour sic for the occasion. The crowd is esti
1 I.< I a . - reCnrned J to
Henrv and . Jonn
of inspection. He will visit Eugene, mated all the way from 2000 to 7000.
acne Sunday, fro'ii "hence J* > Thpv
No rest for the wicked at Hunsaker's.
stock farm in Marner **”*>; .^ county : When the Lord made shade the devil Portland and Coos Imy before-returning.
tired of the severe winters of Mk . Jhe invented loafers.—[Atchison Globe.
C. W. Paterson, formerly of this place ■ Our price« keep them busy.
■ml will set bold ol a stock ram h in
now proprietor of the Coos Bay Mar
J. R. Rice nas reached Portland, and a
Willamette, still reserving their M arm 1 E B. Mott, of the Yreka fruit -tore of, but
■ <>rreu A Mott, made a business trip to Ash ble Works, visited his many friends here j I local paper says: Among the street at-
ranch for summer.
during the 4th. He returned home Sun- i ' tractions that made their advent in the
John. James and Peter «J-r**) . Ed. and land thh week to arrange for the season'» day evening.
citv liefore the Fourth is the long-haired
llenrv U-may. Thornton rhoma».<-e. r-e fruit.
hriner V. 6. l-emay «nd wife. Mr>. ih-
Portland July 5.—Weekly report of the
Robt. Armstrong, our jopular deputy evangelist who goes about the streets
l< n*en Me. Monroe. Mi>*e* < ¿ca
. Oregon weathej bureau relative to crops sheriff, left tiiis week for Woodland, Cal., preaching to sinners much in the same
r £ m ann and Lottie Thoma» * «e anmng Spring wheat is pronrsing; fall whe.it to visit his sister, Mrs. Joe Patterson, and wav the Salvationists <lo. He is appar
rhe July delegation from A reka on the Uh. shows better prosjxs ts than for several take a vacation of several weeks' sight ently not ovei 20 vears of age. ami while
his talking is poor, his singing is rather ■
* F Wright, for several year» running vears. Fruit, except |>eiM'lies and heps seeing in the Golden State.
good. It is Ins long hair, however, that
into Vhland as Wells. Fargo & • o- « »’<•'- promise a large yield. The California
C. C. Beekman and daughter Miss Car is tlie drawing card and gives him the
aenger from Han Francisco, was fired the weather »luirp telegraphs from Sacra
tTr't of the month. A route :>gent w l o
rie went to Portland one day last week. audiences that even the Salvation Army
Janted to make a ''reword for himself m
Miss Carrie will .iccompany a party of
‘w^'er io »ho« that be wa» roeutne h » »a - Northern California is below theaverave. , young folks on a pleasure trip to Mexico cannot command.
TJie fruit crop in Southern California is before returning. Mrs. D. P. Thompson
Simmon« Liver Regulator ba» never leen
uhom Mie average.
Wright was the man picked.
known to iail to cure Jill liver <lise«-es.
of Portland will chaperon the party.
indre-outhar 1. of San Francisco, died
Sloepk-M. mgiit'. wad, miserable bi that
New lot of tylish hoes iu-t opened al
Jd"iffixTfewdav»ago. He had been a terrible cough. Shiloh »Liire 1» the reir. xly
Picture frames made to order at 11. S
uc»t of th« Colestein ludel just ptevio'»
fvriou. Kept vu lraad <R 1 K Poll u-.
¿ uj fluu-e uid
'fcfU ver-r itcWe
Hurrah! Hurrah!! Hurrah!!!
F () R
A FEW PRICES
Harness & Saddle
H. S. EMERY
R. R. ADDITION
A Fine Display
=Of New Goods
FOR THE SEASON
AT 0. H. BLOUNT’S.
Call and inspect the largest stock of mens’ goods in Southern Oregon.
H. 13 HO LT NT
The leading Clothier and Hatter.