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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1890)
Anolbvr Fine lt«-»i<ie:»ce
Milk-shake-, ice »Team, orange-, lemons,
and all kinds of popular confectionery at
<». M. Granger is having a two-sturv
Fr< I »¡ k . u I' z of I '; nyonville.ha- t'.r <•• ii-
Every 'bjdy .ven; curing Sunday.
The Soda Fountain.
iwidence erected on the Foil.-tain phiev tra» I •<» uriit-ii .leffirri A Bay.'
" ' Nour,
I -e 'lolde.iS Ethereal < »ugh Syrup.
AsULANI* Oa---- T hi ssdat . July 17 1 m » i <>n Granite. _ 1» will lie elegamly finish-
Tie- work at C».w creek
e»l. will cost in the neiglilM>rb»x><i of fCMIO in earnest next Morniav. will cran mettre
The ehi-e Mu-nn ».n g ■ u-e enden on the ma -hinc fr. in Jack-on <v Sowden of Grant-
It « ill require 1.3th
Pa—. All kind-of -owing machine- repair
when curnnfoted and will be another a<i- from 10 JI) to 2001 men___
ed by J. W. Sowden.
»lition to th*- msnv pleusant homes in about four months to complete it.
I’EltHONAL AND MM.'IAI.
Idaho fe (lie tenth »late admitted into the
Ashland. G. W. Cole and W. J. Schmitt
< bally gi> yd- for XI at llu’i-aker
1 nion wince the adiui-sioii of Oregon.
Judge Web-ter Fririayed in A-hlaml
A number of workmen have teen <w
are doing the building and it will I m - a
Picture frames made to order at U.S
gregated about Ashlaml »luring the } 411ft h<-gira tn the < ,,a«t now i< only exceeded by Emery’s.
W. E. Pri» c. Jr., arrived from the north good job.
week. Iieing organiz»«! by Col. Ss-obie ¡he -liegira."
Another W.ig >n Hoad Calleil I or
an»l Jetf>»rv A Bay* to woik on the Cow
Mi— Mars Jaeoir. is visiting friend» in
I’r •(. Janie- G. t lark gave a delightful
No rest for the wicked at Hunsaker's.
A »h land
evening of poetry ami -»mg al Talent one Our prices keep them busy.
have elected our joint representative, let
Simon t aro of KoM-lmrg «4» in the city us l<ear in mind that a wagon roa-1 up
For lame Itack. -ide or cbe.-t, use Shiloh's
Is what the Ladies say who have been getting their dresses at Hunsaker's lately:
smithing and woo»l work, are- repairing
Rev. Robt. Ennis, of Jacksonville, is to Porous
ami down Rogiie river is a matter of vital the ohl dump-cart« use»l in th»- construc
Plaster 25 cents at T K Bolton's.
but if you are not pretty lively in getting around, you will not lie able to secure
Mr«.Will JamiMMt wentto Portland Friday importam e to Currv countv. Jtaiephine. tion of the O A C. for service in grading Sabliath. morning and evening.
Those tine white blanket- at the wool
on a visit.
a nice dress at the prices w hich will make a sure move of everything of a
Jackson, Klamath. Lake, lkrnglas and at Cow creek for Jeflerv A Bay's contract.
mills will make a splendid pres
Ed. F. Morse is down with pueumonia en
K. II. Page, lite Portland fruit merchant, Coos will liack our »lemaml for an appro
Attorney Burtensliaw- yesterday drew and not evpe»-te<i to live at Shovel creek. seen in the state.
i- in town to-day.
priation. But to aid our delegation ami
up a contract for Charley Yen to fill nish
Have you seen those line blanket- at the I
Mi— Imra Horn of Hornbrook i» visiting their friends the people themselves must Jeffi-rvs A Bays 40) Chinamen to work
General <’. It. li'k the prohibition candi A-hlami
a»'t. The Lord only helps thot»» who
in Pan Francinco.
•‘Hackmelack"—a lasting and fragran-
Artlev Fox ha» returned from hi» trip to
tunnel-workers at $1.25. Yen to fui-nish ticket in I*»», died July Uth in hi- U2d year.
Will give you a hint of what vou may expect, and if the prices suit you come at
(■erfume. Priee 25 and Abets, at T. K! Bolt
Settle L'p Not tor.
them with everything.
The first important -bipment of Ash ton
once, for our stock is ve< large, and will soon lie broken at the figures
land peaches north this year was made
Je»»e Simpson ha» returned to Medford
Any parties having claims against W.
quoled. There aie many other bargains not here mentioned
from Puget «ound.
B. Great» are requested to present tbeir
NOTICE or NEW KVItVEY.
get them ready for the first of next week. and other |ioints in Washington.
that are sure to please you:—
Mt»» Annie Dollarliide ha- gone to liun— accounts on or before the 2Htb day of
p. J. Cooper, of The Dalles ha- lieen ap
I xiteii S tate - I. axb O ffice . <
muir to remain awhile.
July, 18SM, for settlement. Those in
R. L. Fiehfe. ai ling superintendent of
|siinted by Set ret ary Noble as agent for Or
R o » ehck <., Oregon, July 14. lfilki.»
Mi»« Kat* Han-eu is viaitmg Miss Ida debted to the undesigned are requeeied llie Southern Pacific, made a trip to egon on swamp lands. The salary is $1,4<»>
VyoriCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Naylor at Griffin creek.
a year, with $3 a day as ex]>en»es.
XN heretofore un-urveved portion of
fore the above <late; and <l«»nt forget that - arloml of su|qdies for the new track
C. Mingus lia» returned hottie from a
N. S. lhillois. formerly of the Chcmeleka town-hiji 18 -outli, of range 1 ea-t, ha- been
this is a gram! chatice to get gfsjds citeap went »»ut from Portland Thursday. The
¡»u-lne»» trip to Portland.
surveyed ami the plat of the «urvey therof
for the next 10 days.
AV B. fin»..-.-.
»-ontractors are getting I uiii I mt from Mer hotel at Salem, has beeii -topping at The will l»e tile»l in thi- office on Monday. Sep
Oregon for a week past. He may go into
M. L. McCall returned yesterday from a
lin to put up their »beds. The new roa»i the hotel bu«ines again in southern Oregon. tember 1st, 1890. Also part of the hereto
liu-ine— trip to Portland.
It*al Homan Have».
will be a great deal better than the ol»l
fore unsurveyed portion of town-hip 22
John B. William- was up from Medford
A acureof fleet-footed thorough bretlg, a one, as it will lie built so high through land Chinese contractor.-. will furni-h JWi south, of range 12 west, to-wit:
Tuesday on a buxine«« visit.
.»'ections !», 10. 15. 16, 21, 22. 26, 27. 2X, A3,
herd of Scotland ponies, a den of giant the Cow creek canyon that the water can < hinamen to Dr. Ilrown. of Myrtle creek,
<f-car Lucas of the So<ta Fountain l>*» re ostriciies, a score of jockies (male ami fe- never rfee high enough to carry it away. next month, for the ixm-lrm tion of a min 31 and 35—has lieen surveyed, and the plat
of the survey thereof will lie tiled in this
turned from bi« northern trip.
nmle) and numberlcsti <diil»)ren will take
office on Monday. September 1-t, I KM».
A S in Francis-’O »lispateh lias the fol ing ditch.
J. H. Settleineir wa- on this morning'» in the varied, novel ami unique races to lowing. Il feundoubtedly mixed up with
From and after said 1st day of Septem
The Murphy stxla springs, four miles
train for a bu-ine«« trip ta San Jose.
I m - witnessed in the “all perfect ’ hippo Huntingion’s extension in -the Willam from Ashland, are liemming a popular la-r we will lie prepared to receive applica
Cai; lifer in 1'ilb‘il trilli Hixith From Ererif
ette ami may mean that the S. P. will place for visitor- tin- -ea-on. A large herctojore un*urveye<l sections of -aid
11. < Myer. G. M. Granger. Bob and fry
imirl.iil af Prices hi sell at ance.
Vining were at Tyler'» springs last week.
run over the Cascades, tap Eastern Ore the pa-t week or so.
JOHN H. SHI'I’E.
inaon »how, at Aahaml, August 511».
gon ami strike the Central Pacific rout»-
A. M. CRAWFORD,
Robt Vining left last evening for Tacoma
The work of surveying the Coo- Bav-
either in Neva»is or I'tah : ‘‘It fe re|ioited
Io try hi» luck in the state of Washington.
that a »-or|>tiof Southern Pacific engineers
D. L. Rice wife and child left sumlay for
Geo. G. Bartlett, the well known con
The roa<l ha-the ap|>earance of being a sure
their trip to Port Townsend and the north. ductor on the Aahland-Roseburg run, I lias I h - cii ordereii to u |>oiiit on the Cali tiling and that iviuntry is full of the Ixtom
fornia and Oregon line near Roseburg, spirit The distance is 95 miles.
C. H. Barkdull is visiting in Ashland this and Miss Rose U. Rowe, »laughter of ior the pur|K>se of prospecting to tlie east-
f rry mfg oo
week with J. W. Cunnyngbum and cbil Mrs. M. M. Cooksey, of Central Point t waril in the Cascade range, with a view
11. M. Baird, of Stockton. Cal., who lia-
4 COOK AND WAITER, Girls preferr-
were married in Portland Tuesday. They of finding an easier, though longer, route purcliii-ed and consolidated all the butch at a. cd. For particulars address
MR< It. F. HI TLER.
W. H. Atkinson and W. II. lo-ed« are came out to Central Point yesterday ami for the main route to < Iregon. It fe sai»i ering interests of Grauts Pa-s -ays that he
will pay six cent- per pound for ail tin-
taking a trip up north a« far as Victoria, left this morning f»»r a wedding tour in ! that Huutington, on his trip to tlit North <lre
cd |«>rk in that ami ad joining oountie-
California, after which they will make west, became impresse»! with the impor this — fall.
John 8 Eubank-, Jr., was up to Port- their home in Roseburg. A host of, tance of tlife matter. The engineers will
who advertised in the
land 011 a brief vacation during t*„
the pa' t
linx eeil toward Mount Tbiefeen, in Doug R m out» for a position to do general house
es to be numbered, e-;ten<l congratula las county: thence southerly into Klam
Pnce, $18.00 at Factory.
tions and best wishes to tin- newly | ath, Lake ami »low n into M im J oc county, information by applying at this office.
Cash with Order.
Mr. Miller, clerk in Dr. Kramer s <iriiK
thence along the courses of the ball and Phase let u- know w hether vou have a sit
»•ore at ¡¡rants l’as», -iient Sunday in
Pitt rivers to some |>oint on the main uation cr not.
Disaster on the Lakes.
near Reihling, which has about the
The ladies ol llio Baptist i hurch will give
Mr». Ifuvid King and children have been
Strictly First-Class. Warranted.
An awful iunne)-sbn|>e<l cyclone struck
visiting relative» and friends over on Ap- the lakes and country alsiqt Minnesota: same elevation as Roseburg, from which an ice cream and cake social at the church
All Second Growth Hickory.
Steel Axles and Tires.
au<l Wisconsin last Sumlay afternoon. whether this surveying move fe purely for ers will favor u.s witii several rceitations
Low Bent Peat Arms.
Jlrs. >1. II. Bowditch gnd son, Col. J. T. Between 2fKl an»l 300 p»«>pl<- |>erishe»l. the Southern Pacific or for the Oregonian -upplemented by an additional programme.
Long, Easy Riding. Oil Tcntpe-ed Spring.
Best Wheels and Jk st Ail Uv< r.
Jlq*ditch, went to Grants Pa-s Sunday to A party of 203 and inore people from
Price of admi—ion to all, 25 cents.
narrow gau *e, wlrcb Huntington bought
IT Ton CAN'T FIND TBEM FOR SALE BY YOUR MERCHANTS, WRITE US.
Ifed Wing (Wis.) and other points were from the Scotch owners while he was out
Billy Patton, a lad raised by Wm. Taylor.
Mr-. Hattie Pgcker ot I'ki^fi. one of tfie on the excursion stea-per Sea Wing, ‘ here recently. Its present terminus is Co was driving b>-me a couple of estray an-
JOS. W. HOCKERSMITH,
fiaughiers of Amos Shook, 1» visiting at which sunk and drowned most of the berg, near Eugene City, only about sev | imals Sunday morning about II o’clock an»l
enty-five miles above Roseburg, and its »log ran out and yel|M!«l at the animal he
One of these waa Miss Kate Daley, aj extentiou by this posMble route indic:ite»l
W- W Springsted, tfie carpenter, ha-
was riding. The horse was frightened and '
rune to Edgewood to do some building in young lady aged twenty-one years and a will make it valuable property.
fell, breaking young Patton’s leg at the
sister of Mrs. J. P. Murphy, wife of the
LL ORDERS promptly attended to.
E. J- Farlow, wife and little daughter ami bricklayer and plasterer of Ashland. The
Boxes and pa|>er tor -hipping fur
Mrs H. Farlow have returned from a trip sa»l news was first receiveil by them by
The Ashland butchers have received saker's.
to Tyler's spring*.
telegraph Monday morning.
Office with Wells, Fargo ,t Co.'s express.
the contracts to furnish the meat for the
railnxid construction gangs in Cow creek pid'» dart«. He and Miss Sorrenson, the
Will Shook, who ha- been lip on the
Tl»e l*vach Crop Li the East.
sound with aotue cattle, wa- on yesterday's
canyon. R. I’. Neil has the contract dressmaker, were married at Jacksonville
train for Stockton.
with Col. Scobie ami John E. Pelton la«t Saturday. They have commenced
mation is that the peach crop is a failure with Bays A Jeffery. It will require house-keeping on Main street. op|»osite the
Jellerxon Green of Nairn. Cal., arrived
last Sunday for a visit with hix brotber-in- not on'y in this vicinity, but also in l'KM) 11 ms . and upward per »lay. Just after residem-e of Ja«. Thornton. Their numer
law. Edward Hildreth.
As I have buxine»- which require- my at-
the South w ill not contribute over a <loz-
Henry Finley brought hix wife in from en airloads of peaches to the New York Saturday Scobie ami JefTery received tel I
tention elsewhere. I have eon
egrams t'ruin Portland, R»jeeb,urg, M»xl-
Iai<li»> title «iv.es at Hunsaker*.«.
Bromides made in all slices. Call and
Klamath county this week for medical
eluded to place on the market
market this season, while formerly they ford and other bptelierj WaiRip.g lo sim
examine our work
treatment and recuperation.
sent from |hirty to fityv carjpadi, dai|v. ply (belli
/•’»« THE XEXT SIXTY PAYS
Stanley, commenced Monday taksng sul>- ,
A Ash Waldefi li»« returned iron» ht« iri|> Eastern states are having fully as biid
The Ashland butchers are enterprising scription» for Mark Twain'.- “<'oiinei ticiit
U* Sweden and also I'eunxylvanla and went luck, fruit falling from the tiees even as
an»i always up and coming. The con Yankee in King Arthur’.» Court, " and will
— A FEW CHOI) E
down to Cow creek Sunday.
far north as Canada. It certainly looks tract calls for all these shipments to lie | canvass Jackson »-ountv, having exclusive
Douglas Waite of Roseburg, formerly a I now that California will have a < lear field made at Ashland, where all die slaught | territory for it. The Imok is soul only hv
xtudent in the Ashland schools, arrived of almost the entire Atlantic market for ering is to lie done, it is estimated that subscription and the young man has al
Tuesday for a vi»it with old friends.
ready secured many names.
the meat contracts for the Cow creek
FOR SALE IN-----
Situated on Main St., Alida avenue ami the
Mens’ working gloves at Hunsaker's.
Chariev (Oregon) Coolidge, who has been
in Nevada and San Francisco for some time,
A full supply of
the iiamls of the Ashland butchers for
Mr. and Mrs. John VanHorn left Mon-
cated-and mostly set out to choice
was on yex'.eniay'» train for Silverton.
In matter of estate of John A. Grieve. circulation hereabouts.
fruits. Look at this property
<tay for Klamath Co. tqlook qfter their stock I C offins ,. C askets , R obes of ai . l S ues
Mr». C. W. Ayers and daughter Mabel
G loves , C repes , E tc .
At tlir Woolen Mill
»lead kith cancer mnl wa» given up l>v em
have returned to Ashland from their pro August 5th is the day set for final hearing.
Jk B JL ZR, G-JLI nsr
inent phyxiijansis aboqt wpllagain, Micro
longed vk>it with Mr. Ayer- at Albany.
J F Ragstlale estate^—Supplemental in
The factory noty lias an immense be Killer wa« the remedy used.« Mr. Van
.« B'. Whittle wsa down in Douglas coiin- ventory and apprais<nnent. 1
buying elsewhere, as 1 will sell al
amount of wool on hamf, and Monday Horn's agency will heat the Poxtoffice while
Twenty-live years experience in Ashland.
Estate of Tlios I’BoVil—Order appoint started m> evety »lepartment in full blast he
Ivlaxt week rtxblbg and seeing Hix girl,
one half its value, and on easy payments. .
is al>«ont and all order« nromptlv attend- ! Embalming with the aid of a skilled physi
E. E. MINER,
j^a caught an even |<»» trout in bne day.
! ing administrator Qrdere<| that Tho- with the intention qf keeping if tliat wav ed to.
B. Boyd,' jr.'be qppoijrted ^diniiiiatratos until the Christmas holiday They have
Cor. Main St. and Alida av.
Erancfe Fitch, E mi ., the legal luminary ot,
Inquire nt the Rst om> office.
Office and ware-room on Main street, at
Miss Carrol the teachei of Mott, lias
’ letter? oí administrar placed a dynamo in the building with 12
Me»!(bril was at the socfel hop' Snluhliiy de fionig non and
upon hi? filing a bond In twenty-five candle-power lights to > fur-
¿♦•nitig untl remained over till Mqnday.
writing an article on “Slander,” winch
nish light for tne night work .
Key. Vlay 11HI, o( Ea«t I’-ortlarxl, u rela the mm of |l0t|.
was published in the North Star last
ttv'»' of $le*«ia|pes Russell, Dunn gn»i Git-
March. It seems that she wrote it and
Ney» Bpok l>y Twain.
lytic, wax in Axtifend Tiiesdqy iyiih life
Aalibiu»! Defeats Mmll'ur<|.
intended it for Mrs. Dettlebacb. She
Commenting wn Mark Twain’» new
The Mefifurd and Ashland nine playe»l ami the North Star have been jointly
W. W. WilAire, a cousin of Judge Wil- book “'A Connecticut Yankee in King the secon<| game at the JJepot groumfe in sued for $-><lO0.—[Sisson Herald.
■hire of Lakeviiw. was on Monday's train Arthur’s Court,” the Boston I|era|d re
fur l*uri|ai)d, where Its w|ll locate and prqc- marks:
-Mijrlf Twain’s riel) bqmor this city Saturday,resulting in a score of
Have your produce cashetl at Ben Eg
!J4 to 19 in favor of the Ashland club. F. gleston’s,
never coursed mare freely than here,
H. Wagner of Medford umpired and B. L.
Quin Willets fe visiting relatives and where just provocation is never absent. Reilden and
Roadina«ter M. H. Burckhaller with a
H. Johnson score»!. J
friends in ths valley this week Iieing on his Tn
gang of men set lire to the ruins of the old
way home to Lakeview from the A. <). V. W.
«<»-*)..« 1» Ui.is^K ...a Mbandoneil Dollarbide sawmill near the
convention at Astoria.
Toll-liojse Thursday night. The llame.«
an»l the pages are eloquent with a true |iall|^j ¡n The score is as follows:
«hot away up in the air ami lit up the w fiolp
Fred Cogswell and wife of Linkville have American love oi freedom and a sympa
I 2 .3
1 S 9 K O I country thcrealxnit«.
lieen at thi Bbovnl Creek springs an»i Cole thy with the right» of the common peo
0 o I 4 3 nights to tiq[.sh thj. juh. A» engine was »
stein. an»l went to Josephine county Tues- , ple; . the book is marked by real beau Hammond, th 1 0 1
1 0 1
dav, to improve Mrs. C.'» health.
•4 t : guurii the llames wbeu ns>— ,(rv
ty, by u poetry of »tvle worthy of its rich I Power»,c.
Jas. W. Mav«ey fe acting as assistant j material, with mtn li sympathetic tender- Rijluli.r'f
2 4 !
"mi aw han^new of ai>ee» h ” Kelton,
railroa»! agent during the absence of Lyle nes»
I o 0
0 0 u a 6 I u»is 40 per cent, off regular price at Hun
itjcj; (*n$j J. W. Parley qf P(>rtlgn<|, fe in
The Pln|ii»le|phia Ledger says; “The Landers,If
1 0 1 3 0
X n t G
Massey's place a» night manager
broa»l fun, the merriment, the entertain-1 Casey,»»
0 o 1 a • 1
0 0 1 5 2
Mi«scs All»»» Earlow and Ada Miller. W. I ment, are lavished with unstinting hand, llolmaii.Jn
■W. B. Grubb of Keno was in town last -
0 0 0 Î 1
1 0 1 4
F. Bangasser anti J. 8. Roliertx were at and, in a»l»lition t»j these hutuvre*w leal* v
' "" e ” asset.p.
0 0 0 I 2
0 0 0 3 3 week. Mr. Grubb reports the hay crop
Colestcin Saturday studying the lieautiful. urea, Mark Twain serves up the jvot d)X.. | Medford—
I 2 3 4 5
7 H 0 It • in Klamath county as being good this.
wild and weird mountain scenery.
trines of feudalism, the divifie right of I Wai tace. rf.
0 O 0 0 0
1 0 0 1 Ò year, late rains having brought them out '
2 0 e .» 4 nicely. There will be only half the acre-'
. 0 0 0 0 0
Johnny Hammond arrived this week kings, and the claims of a titled uobilitv Greeby.e
o 0 0 3 1 age this year on account ot the hard i
from hix Klamath county ranch. Alxiut I with a »au'x tni/iianl ui unsparing satire.” Weeks,cf .. . 0 0 0 0 t
II 0 0 1 0
2 0 0 0 5 winter using up so much seed graiu. But
two months ago he cut a ga.-h in his leg
. 0 0 0 U 0
near the knee. an»l is still on < ruti-he».
Ô 0 0 0 5 what < ro|ss there is are in s|>oU ami can '
clusive territory of Juckaon countv ami Davis, lb
1 o o 1 4
Eugene an»l Will Alniy ami M. D. Bowles is milking a canvass of the same. Sol»l I *' Anustrong.-Jb. 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 o
1 o 0 3 •> be harvested to advantage.
went to Hornbrook Tuesday to as.Qst in the only by subscription. The books will be McLollan,.3b
o 0 0 1 0
1 t 0 4 1
Rasplxtrnc', currents «nq i>ea» t)c.' want
work on the Rummel Bro.», mine on Klam- ,
I Wallace,If . .0 o 0 0 I
l 0 o A 7 ed «1 Vt ells Fargo A Co.’s express office,
•th river, which fe reported doing well this ! »lehvered about Aujjusi lost.
»»'OSS |iV INXiX» X.
The Linkville-Lakeview stage now
Two Extra) Horses.
i 4 8 4 *5 5»; 7 8
runs on the new wagon road made by an
T. E. Scott ha« closed hi» lari st shop in
<i O 1 9 8 r <> J O
Central Point ami with life son has tqienetl
appropriation from the legislature. The
e 0 0 2 1 I 1 11
busiecss at Marshfield. Mrs. Scott ami seventeen hsrulshigh,Slight star in t'oro '
I stage stations are located as follows from
daughter will live in Ashhuvl it ring Rie
der', aboufsvx or seven years ohl: and an ohl fiven
a social dauce at Granite Ilall, at Lakeview : First change at l^Sieur’s 1
grey horse about fifteeu hands high with no which
the best of good feeling prevailed. ol»i place in Drews valley. Next, head
Y*raf. i . h. i n. e of Neil creek, the new brand visible; broke into the undersigned’s
nine expect a game from ofQuartz valley, then Bly, a station on
, »ninty sch»xil »upcrinteniisnt, has l>een se grain field, 5 mile« south of Ashland and |
the Klamath reservation, and the next
en red to take the pnu, ipalsbip of the Jack were tnken care of and afterward relea-ol the Jacksonville team soon.
near Olene. The stages now going via
sonville public schools, which insures gooil from the Ashland pound by him. Owner of
Dairy, leaving out Bonanza.
»aid animal» fe notilie»! to come and take
Seven spools best thread for 25c at Hun- ;
J. W. llamakar and wife ami George T.
Circuit vourt is in session.
Baldwin and wife arrived yesterday from advertising anil pouml fee.
Chris Keegan has gone to Tacoma to ' J. T. Flynn of Grants Pass who is now
wm . T aylor .
their northern trip. Mrs. II. will'remain
work at his trade
in Ashlaml awhile and the balance have , I Ashland. Or. J-^ly
! publisher of the “News” besi»les owner
gone home over the Ashland-Linkville road. I
Max Muller and W. J. l’lymile have of the townsite, was on Saturday’s train
LIKE t’Ol’NTY ITE'IS
, with life wife for San Francisco, “to |
returned from Portland.
Geo F. And.
(Hn| g<fe were Uuw'n at
We have just received an invoice of stylish sumnicr suits, line quality soft and still hats, latest staler and >ha|>< > in
Ae<tfog*thu>ip»t o$ Ute week George has
Fred Cox, the Sacramento millionaire
I ; build another railroad” he says. He ‘
fen teams ami fifteen inen at work on his and wife, left here vreterday for home.
vacation to Crescent City.
contract with Sfeaon A Crocker to haul
hats;25 cases mens’ line shoes, from $1.50 to $5 per pah-
ilia conirerning the stu-i-ess of the irriga- ¡straw
N11) cord» of woo«l to the railroa») track at
S. P. Moes, who took life wool to Sau
Chas. Bilger, who is iii the inercunlile tion act of that state authorizing counties
Large new line of gloves and suspenders, nobby styles in nnc ■ white and colored shirts, either plain or pleated bosom
Frunciiico, sobl the same for eighteen ! ' business at Rosslvn, Wash., ia in town., ■ to organize ami l»nd »listriets for irrigat-.
The largest line and most desirable styles in neckwear that we have ever had. Note some of our cash prices:
Mr. ami Mr». Geo. H. Tvlcr have gone to , cents i»er pound, ami returned last week,
E. 1». Foqd?.iy U i’lmenix and James I ing pin pom*. He ami others will urge
Tyler’s Dead Inditn soda spring« to remain with a load of farming machinery, etc.
llehnqoi Talent, were in town Tuesday. this ¡»lea on the next Oregon legislature.
for some time in recuperating Mrs. Tyler’s
Judge Townsend sold lfe) , ox vt nay' ( Dist. Att’v. Colvig and C. W. Kahler
So easy in its action, harmless and effec
health, while George fixes up the premises.
Mrs. Tyler’s photograph gallery will be taken from hia ttq«cb uli the ¿lash, for $5 I were at Grants Vass this week on official tual in relieving is Simmons Liver llegu-
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closed for the next thirty qavs
per tou iJeliVeFixl in town.
pair, $ 3 00
'’r sr.»’ Mrs. J. rt. Sue brut ot Central I Every rancher we have bilked with ac- i
200 boys’ suits lielow cost.
Frank Adams’ great ditch at Tale lake
12 Mens' tlark suits at.................. I 00
1'idflC war* th t|»e city vesterdgv. Mr«. 8. knowledges the hay crop to be much | Married at the office of circuit judge by is now in business, 27(»3 inches of its wa
10«' pair mens’ cotton pants, at . I I 00
Lionel R. Webster July 12, Jas. M. Few-
light colored suits
tfbnuerly Mi»-« Yett'a Fttick) will visit larger than for several years jmst.
ter having been sol»l lately at $2 per inch
el and Miss Jane Soueson.
pair mens’cotton pants, at
frfer.il» til Yreka soon. The' '»ill make
lor the season. In a couple of weeks the
their |-ern>»nf>nt |o ute either at Betiding or
All the lower Warner lakes are filled
Mens’ woolen pants
$- 09 up
At the resilience of the officiating min ¡capacity of the ditch will lie fully 4000
Kangaroo» and French call.
with water, up to the north end. Where ister. Rev. C. H- Hoxie, July 12, W. J, inches and every inch will be sold.
Mens’ tailor made overalls
fine orange suits
Mr«. Ta-bera. wife oi the railroad civil » there is pleutv of water now, sheep have Robipaon apd Miss Ida Rateman.
Mens’ straw bats, from
Frank thinks of enlarging with a branch
Mens’ over shirts, all prices
engineer »ml Mrs. P. E. Preble, of 8an been pasturing for two years previous
gray cassimerc suits.... 11 00
felt bats, from 50cts to
ealeulate»l to bring in about loOO more
Mens’ fine white shirts.
r ranctsco. were «(»ipping in tearh several
summer cutaway suits.. Iti 00
2 pair for 2‘ictn
day« la«t week enjoying the scenery anil
;«i pair mens’ fine shoes, per pair $1 50
its present grade. 500Qacresof land would
“ light plaid suits 18 00
lx-en elected county ccm.itiia&ib'n'er, vice parlors of that city. Success to him.
gloves, new stock.
cliinat«- alxmt Ashland.
24 pair mens’fitieslioes. “ “
be reclaime»l. The average number of
W. A. Bagbey, tiifzpe»T,'
butterfly Scotch suits.
E. R. Reaines arrived from San Jose horses and cattle in his great pasture lias
Prof. J. 8. .«weet came down from Wash
ington veslenlav aud leave» to-d'.y for a < The entire length and breadth of Goose Sunday evening and will spend a few lieen 350, but the ditch makes fine, sweet ,
trio t«> \Vis»'O*)stn. Pi -*f. 8weet will teach lake can lx- seen from the top of Sugar weeks'in the valley visiting relatives and
pasturage for 1000 lmad. The blixrni of
.. hoot on the taiitnd this fall an»l next year Hill, south of Willow Ranch. With old friends.
that region is about to be famous, and
wil) open a commercial school and business Shasta, looming up in the distance, it is
Mrs. J. A. Cardwell and daughters. Frank is justly proud of his great work.
a gra:i»l scene, one not to be witnessed iu Rose and loiura. and Mrs. I*ollie lx>ve —[Linkville Star.
Dr. anil Mrs. A. C. < aldweil »nd ebiblren. any other country .and its equal not to lie
Don’t fail to see our assortment of new styles in neckwear.
Mr. A Mr. John Powers and Miss Mav, Mis» I seen in but few places.-Examiner,July 10. are sojourning at the McCallister soda
Perfectly sure, («rfectly pure, jierfeclly
Southern Oregon. We are offering our department very low.
Mi<e Smith. G. High and two grandchild '
harmless 1.« Simmons Liver ltegulator.
ren. E. B. Myer. Charley Johnson. Harry
»uturneil home Sumiav
Vasev. I.. L. Burten.'haw. John Powers, Jr.,
h«m a irip to Portland and Washington, little toys and girls anil a job lot of grown
ami others from Ashland spent Sunday at
The grape crop of ^«wjubinif ct>.inty ami has concluded there are many worse
folk» “who go to let little Johnnie and
places than Jacksonville.
will be um^aRy large »In» year.
Annie see the mule and elepliaut.” \
Cha«. L. Bilger, now in ll»c men-anttie
Hon. Henrv Klippel has returned The aunual gathering of jx-ople who can
Plans for a handaomo two story pa»s-
l«usii»e-s at Roslyn W.ssh.. an,. Frod Kli]>-
. el traicitnc .»gent Wa raiiread between euger de|»ot iu Grants Pass an* Iieing from Chicago.
He was accompanied “blow in” from $5 up drinking lukewarm
m-ago and Hansa» City, called on the
home by his son Fred, who has been in lemonade, chewing confectionery kept
prepare»! in Portland.
R kcokd Monday. They are of Jackson
Kansas City for several years.
1 over for several years, and otherwise
Jack Parker left on Monday last with
ville’» enterpri-mg product.
Gen. T. G. lteames and w ife. C. C. punishing tbeir innards txjcause others
the racehorse ‘ Bingo,” for Montana,
»'apt. Wni. ■« »'ruwell lias moved into the where the Imrae is entered fur several Beekman and wife. Misses Lizzie Graves, are doing the same thing; the great un
Frre’an»! re«i»lence near the »late norma!
Nina Beekman ami Mns. T. 1». Beekman sophisticated chump who thinks he can
school and will soon be joined by his son. races.
Tuesday for Yaqnina bay to be guess the shell where that bean rolled
who is on the »«a from China, where he has
The owners of »beep have no reason to gone several weeks.
under, and the array of »galoots to be
lieen acting a» marshal for the consular complain of prices this season. _ I iue
sucked iu and fleec»?<l by skin games
isHirt of Amoy and the district of Formosa. weathers have sold as high as $2. »t> per
A )>aitv composed o) J. F. White. G. a thousand years old w ill lie on hand.
Mr. Crowell has manv interesting curi
G. 1. and Mis. Hattie Newbury, Mr. Dil All this goes with a circus full of lialf-
osities gathered ia tue tJrieut with which to bea»l.
lon ami Ed Oliver left Monday for a trip
|eeorMtc hi« home with novelties.
Hon. 11. B. Miller of this county is to Crescent City, where they will s|>en<i dea»l animals and painted harlots trav
eling on the reputation of a dead man.
The. propositi»m to l»ond the Me»lford dfe- mentioned in courn’ctiun with the »¡»eak- a few weeks by the sounding sea.
The unfortunate part is that this will de
irwt t»> b«il»i a $15. i »« i school house was un- . crsliip of the next house. Mr. Miller is
The directors of the Jacksonville pub vastate the country of all its loose change.
cereiuoniou»ly »»uashe»! at the school meet a goo<l speaker, well verse.l in parlia-
ing on the 15th in-t.
mentarv usages, ami in every way <|0ali- lic school have seiecteil the following
Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy, a marvelous
fied tv till the ortice.—[Grants Pass News. voi|»s of teachers for the coming year : cure for Catarrh. Diptheria. J anker mouth,
For 30 Day*
t'. S. Price of Ashland as principal, G. G. ■ and Head-ache. With each Ixittle there fe
Commencing July 10. 1 will make first-
1. Newbury for intermediate aud Miss l an ingenious basal injector for the more
class cabinet photographs for $! per tiuz. of the Kotiert» & O'Neil farm at Taient to Hattie Newbury for the primary depart • successful treatment of the«e complaints
w ithout extra charge, bold bv T. K. Bolton.
Don’t make any mistake. This rate is Cha» E. Ninineer for $75 }«er acre
good for otilv one mouth. expiring Au
The ris e to buy your lady her tine shoe.
Eight • urJ. .ut:ue tjr tl.C’J ut Huu.-ak-
tiimmon» Liver Regulator has uexet fail
is at Hun alter» j .
gust loth, after which the rate will lie ‘
C. V.*. L ouajl
Hurrah! Hurrah!! Hurrah!!!
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A FEW PRICES
H. S. EMERY
RESIDENCE LOTS TOWN LOTS!
R. R. ADDITION
A Fine Display
=Of New Goods
FOR THE SEASON
Call and inspect the largest stock of mens’ goods in Southern Oregon
Bi. B L O U N T.
The leading Clothier and Hatter