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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1891)
Farmer« Alltan«* Convention.
Lieut. Holley Shot by a Maralial
The state railroad commission and rail
road officials last week inspected the
Idelegates from the various farmers al
Grant's Paw was treited to a sensation
liances and industrial unions of Jackson one evening this week. Lieut. Holley,
otice is hereby given to an I
Goodwin, for the murder of Allen I Siskiyou mountain.
persons holding mortgages on real
ASHLAND. O b Thureday, June 11. 180. county congregated in Medford Friday, U. S. A. recruiting officer, was walking in Joe
Fall River, gets 20 years in the pen.
I also secured the right of way from E. K.
and organized a county alliance and in up street arm in arm with another gen
property in Jackson county, Oregon, which j
trestles, have been satisfied in full, or which have '
Besides the delegatee tleman, when they came across a chair
Some eigbtv or more tourists were stop- ' i ft*
PERSONAE AND SOCIAL.
there were present many other members. in the middle of the side walk. Lieut, ping at the Klamath Hot Springs last week. **le making of a cut and straightening been partially satisfied and not released of
John Rowen, nations.' organizer, presid lfolley kicked it out into the street. The
The great Methodist campmeetmg ~n-
around tbe bluff record, that the abstract of all unsatisfied
C. J. Howard wa» here Monday.
mortgages of record will be given to the as
ed at the convention. The committee on marshal was vexed and heated up. venes at the fair grounds, Central Point, to- _nl
sessor for assessment ; purposes on the First
James H. Gay u up from Central Point credentials reported*the following as en He shot at Holley three times with bis day.
day of Julv, 1891.
’ WM. M. HOLMES,
titled to vote as delegates:
revolver, the nearest shot going through
r ----- - surgeon
Ai“’ « has ordered
James Norris at his lumber vards on
Progress Alliance, Talent—J. W. Ab Holley’s coat. The marshal says Holley
B. T. Baldwin ha» gone. to Redding after
kill«! tan-vonvlUe’ atthcled Wllb the north side of the railroad trick, near
bott, W H. Breese, J. W. A.lams, Miss struck at him and be then shot at him.
‘---------------------------------------- the depot, Ashland, can sell you sash,
i Lieut. Holley was given an examination
Muu Mav Conklin ha* returned from es EeteLa lJuclos and Jessie Beeson.
I p to the 4th 10,340 lbs. of strawliernes doors, windows, mouldings and all kinds
Walker alliance, Central Point—Enoch and acquitted, the evidencefshowing that
°rantS Pass- Tbey W<“nt of ti*»«hing lumber. Leave your orders
Walker, F. T. Downing, G. 8. Briggs. W. he had no pistol.
mostly to Tacoma.
at Luckey,8 rea, e8Ute office
Judge V I’illi» retimed from Lakeview to
Gold Hill.—J. W. Marksbury, J. W.
of H. J. Clark, of Grants Pass, in
H C. Beat h t«»,ed through to-day from Masterson. W E Darling, J T. Blevins.
Capt. G. F. McConnell has received of notice
this Issue of the R ecord
Portland to Lakeview.
l’brenix.—Ira Wakefield, L. G. Cole ficial orders to report Co. D at the 2d
Mi»i Betty Cbmuent of Medford went to man, J. W Beatty. T. H. West
regiment encampment at Eugene. Tbey ' The conviction of Elery Dixon and Svl- ______ - --------
Montague this morning.
Eden.—8. H. Holt, W. E. Anderson, will leave Ashland Friday, June 27th, vester cost Lassen.county $8,000. Dixon's Mi KINNIS-In Ashland. June 7, 1891, to
W°rk rylng 10 gH h"“ P“’
Mr and Mrs' F‘ M‘ McKinn>s. i son.
O. P. Hoddv. late alitor of the Alfa Ad F. E. Furrey. J. G. Martin, Misses Nan and start home Saturday night, July 4th.
The company are allowed the following:
, CHURCH—In Dunsmuir, June 1st, 1891,to
nie Holt and Donnie Furrey.
vance. ia at Jacksonville.
A A Morse, contracting agent of the U.
the wife of Engineer Nels Church, a son.
Each man will furnish himself with
Cal Eubank, i. «ojourning at the Klam- R Brownsburo. -inoa.
P. was in town Monday looking for wool
alb Hot Springs this week
Bradabaw, L. E. Charley and E. 8. Cas- 1 pair of blankets, 1 c«>mb, 1 deep tin shipments and the shipping of our immense
plate, 1 cup,' 1 each, kn fe.fork and spoon
Strayed or Stolen
th^waakThe committee on constitution, by and 1 towel. In addition each man may fruit crop.
Ute week at ColeMeta springs.
| Uwg an(J re^,lutlong were w E An(Jer. take 1 hair brush, 1 tooth brush, 2 tow
Bennett Leipsic, employed 011 the Stein-'
1 I TPR0M MY RESIDENCE on the oppo-
Conductor Young, of Roseburg Portland, ¡son, Ira Wakefield and J, W. Masterson, els, 2 pair of socks, 1 suit of undercloth man section, Tuesday let a steel rail fall He
| A- site side of the railroad from the S. P. i
mashing the big one severely,
went to Ban 4riincuco Tuesday.
The following officers were elected:— ing, 1 be*l tick, 1 pair of light shoes. is his on toes,
D. & L. Co.’s factory. Grants Pass, some !
I time on the night of May 30. 1891, a bright-!
N. I .angel 1, deputy.!'. 8. internal revenue W H Bradshaw, president, on second The dishes will be securely boxed for
bav horse four years old. slim, 1 rangey
collector, went to lAnkville Monday.
ballot; L A. Rose, vice-president; on shipment and shipped to Eugene in ad
supreme court last week. Ex-Chief built, long tail, star in forehead, , some 1
Gen, Palmer, prescient of the Rm Grande
B"*8*. secretary, on vance. The remaining articles will be the
Justice P. P. Prim lectured and gave them white on nose, both hind feet white also
Weatern, wa. ar. the depot to-day in bucar 2,1 ballot: Mme Nannie Holt; treasurer. rolled in the blankets w hich will be se some good advice.
left forefoot. —
Shod . all round with smooth 1
Wakefield ’ ; chaplain,
8. • H. ’ r. Holt;
shoes. When last seen had boot on left
i resa attorney, ano
bio wife werr registered at The Depot hotel • leQnrer and county organizer G S.
R ecord Friday with a box of strawberries hind leg.
Briggs, steward, J. \V. Marksbury,door- across the body, ends tied together over from his garden.
A reward of $25 will be given for his re- J
Twenty-six of them
No citizen’s clothing will be
! keeper; Miss Estella Duclos, assistant left hip
I turn or any information that will lead to ( A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.
Mrs. Jaa. Cunningham of Tacoma was ' door-keeper; business agent, W. E. An taken into cainp, and no trunks or satch weighed a pound.
| his recovery.
H. J. CLARK,
Superior to every other known.
the gueat of her .later, Mrs. W. J. Stanley, derson.
beattie has shii ipped to the world’s fair a
Grants Pass. Or. ; Used in Millions of Homes—
els except as hereinafter noted.
fir tree, 11
Executive Committee.—J. W. Abbott, company command will take into camp ameter and supposed to be Hl years old,
40 Years the Standard.
Mr» H. Judge leaves this week to visit I F. T Dowding, J. W. Marksbury.
the company books and records, and for
her daughter, Illes Mamie, Charley and ■ Delegates to State Alliance:—S. H. their security and for the transportation . reckoned by the rings.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky
Geo. H. Judge.
Gasquet's Grants Pass-Crescent City
Biscuit, Griddle Cakes, Palatable
Holt, F. T. Downing, J. W. Marksbury. of personal property will be allowed one
stage line has been taken off, the Idaho
Mr». Janies Porter, tier infant lathe and
otice is hereby given - that
ecord has established a farmers’ trunk. Each lieutenant will be allowed Stage Co. having sab-let the mail carrying
Mis. Ida are up from Granta Paas visiting •
sealed proposals will be received by
No other baking powder does such work.
one satchel. Transportation and rations ( to his partner, J. F. Frantz.
the Southern Oregon Pork Packing Com
which all wishing to discuss the subject will be furnished by the state.
The 8. F. Examiner of Sunday contained pany at the office of its secretary in Med
Mr». James H. Gay came up from Cen-' in its various forms are entitled. As the will be paid for theJBix days actually in
a two-column account of the cricket plague ford, Oregon, until the 20th day of June,
tral Point Monday to visit Mrs. J. E. White , ' aima and objects of the alliance are con camp as approved by law.
in Siskiyou and Shasta counties. Parts of A. D. 1891, at 10 o’clock a . m ., when the
•nd other fnemls
same will be opened, for the erection and I
it are undoubtedly exagerated.
siderably talked about, this column will
completion of a wooden packing house on
J. 8. Muller, who has been at Colestein be quite intereating to those politically
for »ome week, for rest and recuperation, inclined.
a brick foundation, on lots 1. 2, 11 and 12.
i re*P1,18 a rich harvest ot souls in a revival in block 35 of the town of Medford, Oregon, Grown from Selected Bulb«.
tend circuit court.
at Yainax agency. Klamath county
Re according to the plans and specifications
Early Red..................... per lb $1 50
James F. Harris, tbe popular proprietor
G. Linn is attending the commence cently he baptized 100 Indians.
now in possession of the undersigned at his
1 1 Ail
of The California hotel at Dunsmuir, was
If you are troubled with rheumatism or ment exercises at Eugene.
in tbe city last week.
a lame back, allow 11s to suggest that you
Editor Kertson of the Central Point
the following simple remedy: Take a
Will Hurst and Ubas. Cowie, leave this try
In comparing prices please remember that
piece of flannel the size of the two hands, Enterprise was at the county seat Satur baking powder.” And yet some people f®!60* ai*y a»d all bids
week tor the Hungry creek mining section, saturated
with ('hamberlain'H Pain-Balm day.
above quotations include P ostage .
on a prospecting tour.
! Dated June 9,1891.
and bind it on over the »eat of the pain.
1 he Herald has made its appearance at _________ ____________________ ______
Give our seed a trial.
I). Linn has gone to Portland to pur Alturas on the old Independent plant. H.
Mr», pan Chapman returned Bunday It will pn>duce a pleasant warmth and re
from a visit with her daughter, Mrs W. L,
chase a large stock of furniture for his L. Herzinger, formerly engaged in mining ■
Townsend at Medford.
have been cured in this way. The Pain store.
on the Klamath, is its able editor.
TRUMBULL & BEEBE,
.Misses Elsie Patterson and Ethel Wal- Balm can be obtained from all druggists.
Growers, Importers and Dealers in
Permission to wed was accorded to M. . M’.Y‘ k°y> lhe Sisson lumber man, was
rad are visiting A. 8. Jacoba's family in
in this valley all last week looking up trade >
A. Johnson and Charlotte C. Sacket, I for
SEEDS TREES, BULBS and PLANTS,
Central Point precinct.
fruit boxes. He thinks this county will!
We had another fine rain the night of June 3.
ship 500,000 boxes of fruit this year.
419-421 Sansoiue St, San Francisco.
D. B. Hanna, a well-to-do Tacoma citi tbe 7th inst.
Otto Miller and Oley Thornton of Ash
Two fine large work horses at the Murphy '
Mention this paper.
zen was shown the sights of Ashland last
Supervisor Woodtiopened the new road
Bros ’ ranch at the Cove disappeared last i
week by Mayor Grainger
week. They were tracked to the Linkville |
here Friday eve.
Walter Phillips i. now running a hotel at on Ward’s creek last week.
there is every evidence that some- j
Ruby City, a nourishing mining town in
Mrs. J. N. T. Miller, G. W. M. of the body has stolen them.
Mr. Edwards of Ashland ia tbe guest
the Cour d'Alene section.
O. E. 8., left for Portland to attend the
of Joel Milton of this place this week.
Geo. W Bailev of the Mountain Lion
Edw. Yates, the old-time hotel man of
J W. Robinson is supplying this and Q, E. 8. of that city.
mine, was in the city Wednesday with 100 !
Crescent City, was visiting Ashland and the Gold Hill market with delicious
W. H. Bostwick of Uniontown __ ounces of gold dust from a two months’
the valley towns this week.
run. They have plenty more of such ore ’
Wednesday to look after his Klamath —
Grants Pass Courier.
Jas. M. Kiernan, proprietor of the fine
Frost was perceptible in several places
new flouring mill at Montague, is in the
The ice-cream, strawberry and Chinese |
valley contracting for wheat.
this morning, but not enough to do any
Conductor Pierce Rvan and a friend, lantern social given at the yard adjoining 1
✓ 1 »
Mim May Stockwell, the Naptfaitist, and
the good-looking daughters of various king's j
her sister, Miss Carrie Durkee, have gone
Presiding Ehler Haynes and Rev Fut Monday evening in Jacksonville,
was a distinguished Social success.
to Granta Pass ta organize a class.
rell of the M. E. church south are hold
A large crowd was out to the U. s.
A reader of the R ecord at Bogus. Siski
Miss Minnie Rockfellow, who has been ing a protracted meeting here this week. hotel Friday and enjoyed an evening of
you county, sends us a Tam O’Shanter-
stienling the winter with relatives at San I
Mrs. B. F. Carter has been quite sick
shaped strawberry that measures eight1
Diego, returned to Ashland Sunday.
since the birth of her daughter on tbe the public schools.
inches in circumference. It is the largest 1
Mrs. A. 1>. Rockfellow of Portland, who 22d of May, but we are glad to report her
The Georgia coloied minstrels gave one yet shown up in this office.
has been visiting old friends in Ashland for
of their performances at the U. 8. hall
The California Lumber Co. recovered a |
three weeks, returned home last evening. 1 rapid improvement at < his writing.
in this place Tuesday evening to a good judgment for $700 in the United States j
Col. R. C. dowry, vice-president of the < The people of this district are hauling sized crowd. Their show was first class court at Portland last week, against the
Western Union, »nd party will be in town I
Coos Bay, Roseburg and Eastern Naviga
today coming from the south in a special irom Sams valley, free gratis.
This is •nd gave general satisfaction.
tion company for right of way
New Store! - New Triumphs !
commendable and helps tbe enterprise
Ashland now has two well-equipped hose
for Portland, to be present at the grad
The little fellow is hardly
Link Helman und wife, Mrs. A. D. Rock out.
uating exercises. Their daughter Miss companies, Ashland Hose Co. No. 2. com
fellow, Mrs. J. K. Patton, Wm. Patton and
Ephriam Stevens had a good cow Minnie is among the graduating class, as posed of an enthusiastic younger genera
Mechanics and Farmers, you can get a to be blamed for taking a pull
Miss Laura Patton picniced at Colestein killed by the train recently.
tion of young men, having' organized, and
She was also is Miss Josie Nunan of this place.
were out for their first drill Tuesday even complete outfit for $12, consisting of the at the dozing parent’s cigar,
appraised at $20, which was an injustice
Dr. C. B. Darrin was the only celebrity ■ to Mr. Stevens as he can’t replace her
Ike Muller came up from Crescent
on Sunday evemig’s train. He has been ■ for less than $30.
City Monday after his wife, and they will
The R ecord acknowledges the receipt of 1 1 tailor made dress suit.
after hearing his enthusiastic*
W iggins .
practicing at Los Angelea and was on his
leave in a few days for their future home. a mess of luscious strawberries from J. B. I 1 suit of underwear........
Woodville, June 9tb, 1891.
way to Portland.
praises of the La Estrella
The gentleman is interested in a drug K. Hutchings. They were raised on his . 1 dress shirt....................
Gu. Johnson of Tacoma, a brother-in-law
store of that citv. His numerous friends place ove- the hill on’Wright's creek,which ' 1 working shirt..............
brand, which is having such
has been improving greatly for orchard . 1 pair of suspenders....
of Ezra .Meeker, the hop-king, was looking
Tbe magical effects of Wisdom’s Rol>ert- here wish him success in the new home. be
over the advantages of this section several I lne as a ieautifler and preserver of the
Socks, handkrehiefs, etc
a remarkable run at
The Fourth of July will be celebrated
Chas. Cole, the timber land locator, took 1
days tbe past week.
complexion have l>een attested by thou
Men’s Lawn Tennis Shoes,
$1.00 per pair
one of the Angel Bros, of Seattle out into
Grand Total................................. $12 00
James Hansen returned to Medford Sat- ' the stage. The only article ever discovered
the Jenny creek section this week on a tour
urday from Man Franrisco, where he left which gives a natural tint to the complex
of inspection. They are looking for a de
Jils daughte r in a hospital to undergo an j ion, removes tan. sunburn, freckles and
Working Boots, brand new
prize of $50 will be given for a game of sirable place to put in a saw mill with a
operation for a bip disease.
ail roughness of the face and arms, leaving base ball. Nothing will be left undone large capacity.
J. F McDonald, the southern baggage the skin soft, smooth and velvety. All re
Fresh Fruits, Cigars, Tobac
L L. Merrick, E J-Farlow, Jos. Million
master. is on a vacation with hi. wife and mark on ita delightful cooling and refresh to make this one of the most pleasant and
her sister. Miss Annie Parry, and were vis ing properties, a distinction not found in celebrations ever given in this place. tour of some length in the Jenny creek
cos, Confectionery, etc.
Summer Coats and Vests
1. j I 1
Come one and al) and %njoy yourselves. section. “Along about this time,” as the ■
iting in Ashland this week.'
any other similar article known.
5oc and 75c per pair
almanac phraseology goes, look out for a ~
M.V. Xx>y. a prominent Sisson lumber
Klamath County Items.
H w ' h Thia.
surplus of “fishy” stories.
man was in the v illey towns last week look
George Barron, tbe veterinary surgeon,
We otter One Hundred Dollars reward I
Handsome Summer Suits, only
ing up a market 1’ur fruit boxes for this sea
Jos. W. Hockersmith has contracted the |
ia in town again.
for any ease of catarrh that cannot be cured
son's immense fruit export.
bv taking Hall’s Catarrh Cure
All Wool Pants
8. B. Cranston, Esq., is the orator and
Judge Neil was on Sunday's train for
F. J. CHENEY A CO, Prop s. Toledo, O. Stewart and Tennes-ee Smith—some 22,000 I
Linkville, circuit court having convened N. 8. Merrill the reader at Tule lake’s
2 pair 25 c
In the Summer Season trade lan
Heavy Seamless Sox
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
be 1% cents for the entire lot, Page & |
there Monday. There are several stock national holiday celebration.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe to
, stealing cases on tbe docket
E. St. Clair of Chippewa Falls, Wis., him perfectly honorable in all business tran
R. B. Hatton, of Linkville,formerly coun-
Mr and Mrs. M. L. McCall departed Sat has purchased the Van Brimmer sash sactions, and financially able to cazry out
ebb. What think you of the mer
Fine Light Colored Suits
any obligations made by their firm.
j tv clerk of this county has returned to Lake-
urday for Portland, tbe former to attend
chant who says “Let Her Languish”
tbe grand lodge of Masons and the latter and door factory, and has returned to W kst «k iRt AX, Wholesale Druggists, To 1 view with the intention of locating perman
bring his son out to ran it.
Fine Black Diagonal Suits
ently. Rube has many friends here, who
the O. E. 8. state convention.
closes up his store and repairs to
alding . K innan & M arvin , Wholesale j will be glad to see him succeed in any un
Geo. Martin, son of Jerry Maitin, who W Druggists,
C. W. Prentice of the Sacramento ma
the seaside? Such a‘course would
chine shops.and * nephew of the renowned has graduated in the California r*ental
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
Fine candies received this week at the C,
C. P. Huntington. arrived Tuesday for his college, will soon finish a course of in acting
Fine Striped Pants
be suicidal. It is an act of equal
directly upon the blood and mucous
usual summer vacation about Ashland.
struction at Harvard and open an office surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent G. Co.'s store.
folly to sit idly by, bewailing the
Fine Tailor Made Pants at from $4.5o up
Prof. U. G. Hurley, phrenological lectur
“Doc" Nebeker and wife arrived Mondav at Linkville on hia return in July.
free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all
er, will lecture at Ganiard opera house
from Oakland. <'al. “Doc” has since gone I Mrs. Lucien B. Applegate visited her druggists. __________________
Boys’ Knee Pants
Wednesday and Thursday evenings of next
on to Portland, but Mrs. N. ia visiting her 1
County Commissioners’ Court.
niece, Mrs. George Hurn, Tuesday.
week. The first evening will be free but
of prosperity. More flies than cus
old home, the guest of Miss Sadie Ober,
Two Piece Suits
Wednesday she departed with W. B.
Ordered that J. M. Childers, supervis-» the next evening’s lecture, “Love, Court
Mis« Clara Maplemien of Hamburg Bar, Grubb over the Ashland-Linkville road er of road diat No. 15, notify Fred Han ship and Marriage,” will be 25 cents.
tomers will enter that man’s doors.
Siskiyou county who bav been visiting to visit relatives in Ashland.
Fine Neglige Shirts
sen to remove his fence off the line of' Genuine New Orleans syrup at the C. G.
When business lags, apply -the
Ashland several week, as the guest of Mr.
and Mr» Geo. Cryderman, returned home
G. H. Hays has gone to Rogue river county road leading from bridge on I Co.’s store.
Advertising is the great
valley again to buy more cattle.
He is Rogue river near Bybee’s ferry, past E.
The heaviest verdict yet obtained against'
Royal Brown, the swift printer and C H. giving $10 and $11 for two-year-olds, $15
Bogart cameover from Yreka Friday to ! for three-vear-olds and for choice four- office, within five days from the service wreck was that of John R. Rauh,of Tacoma,
visit the K. I* hove. They ä _ I _ no 1____
, veur-olds he is giving $17.50.
Carr will of notice by said sujterviser, and in case in the U. 8. circuit court at Portland. The 1
Jacksonville and Medford liefore their re have a very, large supply of range-fed of refusal to comply with said notice, the | jury awarded him $10,000 damages. The •
1 suit was for $75,000. The S. P. have asked | IS
beef for the’market, ana the beef will be superviser to proceed and open road on ' for a new trial.
Mike De Vannov. tireman on McCarthy's extra.—Linkville Star.
as we have enumerated but a small portion of the bar
' A choice line of summer dress goods at
22. moves his family from Grants Pass to
Ordered that B. W. Dean, superviser C. O. D. Emporium.
From Friend to FHcnd
Ashland this week
They will reside on
gains we are offering. Orders by mail promptly attended to.
Main street, opposite the residence of Engi Goes tbe story of the excellence of Hood’s of road diat. No. 10, notify Messrs. Boo-
Redding dispatch, J uue 8: At the Shasta
1 Sarsaprilla and what it has accomplished, gey, Elmore and Downing to remove Lumber company’s mill, at Round Moun
tins is the strongest advertising which
tain, Jacob S. Black was killed this morn
P. B. Johnson, editor of the Walla Walla I ' and
is done on behalf of this medicine. We en- leading’ frem Jacksonville to Willow ing while felling a tree. Two others were
I nion, was on Friday’s train for San Fran 1 , deavor
hurt. The tree buried Black in
cisco. Acting Marshal G. W. Smith, for • parilia is und what it will do, but what it
merly- a fellow townsman, enjoyed a pleas has done is far more important and tar of notice upon the above named persons, the earth, and it was necessary to cut it up
and in case of refusal to comply with the into logs to get him out.
ant chat with him.
more potent. Its unequaled record of cures notice, said superviser shall proceed to
The finest goods in the market can lie had
C J. Borgstedt. superintendent of the I is sure to convince those who have never
only at the clothing palace of O. H. Blount.
Siskiyou Stone < 0.. was called to headquar 1 tried Hood's Sarsaparilla that it is an excel- open said road on surveyed line.
ters at Portland Friday. The laat contract lent medicine.
In the matter of county hospital;
The Oregon hotel, opened in a rather
this companv completed was the stone tor
mcnthlv report showing ten patients, forcible manner last week, commenced ser
Lake County Items.
the tine .tone retddence of Dr. McKenzie of
meals Sunday, the diuing room being
nine male and ohe female, filed and ap-
now conducted by Mrs. Million, who has
Iakeview’g rainfall for May was 4:09 p roved.
had considerable experience in setting good j
A. McClunie. of the mercantile house of inches; the largest for ten years.
Indigent allowance,$196.40; scalp boun tables. The hotel is still in the hands of I
J. M. Mei all. went over to Colestein Friday
Billy Reid has bought the Cleland & ty, $67.50; miscellaneous, $1562.36*3.
Dr. Helm, who manages it. It is open for I
and met his better half and their two chil Pope band of sheep consisting of 2,100
In the matter of ferry across Rogue good.
dren. who have been in San Francisco for bead.
■ix months past. They will remain in Ash
river: the clerk of this court is hereby
Fiue fresh extracts, sauces and spices at |
| John H. Wise, of Christy A Wise, authorized to advertise for bids to build 0. G. store.
commission merchants, is here, We are a ferry boat according to plans and speci
A party composed of Mrs. M. M. Cook
The Eugene Guard says this mean
sey, Mrs. Helen Rose. Mr». T. P. Kahler, informed that the firm will erect a store fications now on file in the clerk's office, thing about Southern Oregon purloiners.!
said boat to be used on ltogue river near
Mrs. Geo. Kahler, Miss Mannie Matney, building on Jud Field’s residence lot.
“An Ashland thief stole a valuable gold
Wm. Kahler. Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Dr. Loomis has been all around Goose the old Nail ferry, the builders to enter
Kahler. Jr., spent last Saturday at the Cole lake, and has taken considerable evi- into a bond in the sum of $100 condition watch from Rev. Wm. Lund, last week.
Times must be getting hard in Southern
stein soda springs.
I dence for and against the trapping of tbe ed that he will build said boat if he Oregon when the light fingered gentry
Harrv Casev i.as beeu keeping company lake by California parties tor irrigation should be awarded the contract.
must fall back on the ministry.
. with a pair of crutches. Saturday evening purposes. The Dr. has sent in bis re-
Ordered that Chas. Vincent, supervis
be was delivering a message so swiftly that port,—Lakeview Examiner.
See those naw shoes for $2.50 at O. H.
a stone on the street severely wrenched his
strom to remove his fence off the county Blount’s.
ankle. Ray Minkler is the nimble messen
! C. B. Cristler returned fttm the north road leading from Rogue river bridge
The railroad company will run a spec
ger boy in the interim.
near Bybee's ferry to Aikin’s mill, with ial excursion train from San Francisco to
Senator John H. Mitchell was on Fri
Ben Beekman, of Portland, delivered in five days from the date of serving said < Mt. Shasta Mineral Springs every Fri
day’s northbound train to Portland. He
telegraphed ahead to his friend. Gen. J M. the memorial address at Newjiort on notice upon said Solstrom, and in case of day returning Monday. This will carry
failure to comply with this notice the city people up to a new camp which the
McCall of his ar-ival and a number of citi 5 Decoration Day. It was a fine effort.
zens were at the depot having a chat with
80 many have been cured of rheumatism said superviser shall proceed and open Spring company are building there.
him during the 30 minute stay of the train. I by Hood's Sarsaparilla that we urge all said road on the line surveyed.
1 They intend to put up tents and make a
In matter of county road petitioned regular rural camp out of it.—Dunsmuir
J. A. I^eand Dr. Flanagan of Grants I who suffer from the disease to try the med-
for by J. F. Ditswortli et al in Big Butte , News.
Pass struck out Mondav for a tour in the I ieine.
G. C. Eddings has received a fiue new and Lost river precincts; road declared a
gold region south of Ashland butte, going
The Crocker Grocery Company pay cash
via Yreka That section is just lousv with show case with a large assortment of the I public highway and ordered opened.
for poultry at regular market rates ’
gold, but ita intccessibilitv to roads has celebrated Hibbard. Spencer. Bartlett A
In matter of the county road petitioned
The railroad boys are committing mat
kept it back. l»ee and Flanagan mav take Co.’s pocket knives, etc., which are about
for bv S. Simpkins et al in Pleasant rimony by wholesale.
the best guods manufactured.
hold and open it out, however.
S. U Beach, publisher of the. Lakeview I The Illinois valley people in Josephine 8. Wakeman, J. (1 Williams and Frank 1 Oole. fireman, well and favorably known
A.TLE IDAILY ARRIVING
in Ashland and Geo. Ketchum were mar
Examiner, was visiting Mr. Walsworth
’s county want a railroad, and a big masa
family Sunday, being en route to Portland meeting was to be held at Kerbvville to- ■ Buck hard be appointed viewers, and ried at Sacramento to Mrs. Olive Cook
on business. ' A. Bieber, a prominent Lake jd<y. Qen. E. L. Applegate is lit ing in Peter Applegate surveyor, to meet at the | and Miss Emma Kessler, both of Duns
residence of Mrs. French Carter on June muir. The double wedding was an ex-
view merchant; was also in the city Suitdav } that section.
with his wite. on pis way to Portland to at
20th, at 9 o’clock a. m.
! tensive affair and the festivities lagied !
tend the Masonic lodge convention.
I had a severe attack of catarrh and be till early morning.
‘T h .C^M. tbe Washington. D. U.. T«eoma from Redfield Bro.’s patent ar-
Barguius in hosiery and underwear at C.
bn-vefist wa« on Sunday a train from A laska rued in Ashland the other day, and w ill came so deaf I could not hear common con
versation. I suffered terribly from roaring U. D. Emporium.
to the Yosemite valley. He made a tour of be put in the grass for a practical test in
my head I procured 4 buttle of Ely's
miles on a bicv< le through tbe New soon. J. W. Cunnyngham, who is in Cream Bali», and In three weeks could hear
A chicken cleaning contest, for the'
England «tates and this vear had start«! terested in it, is enthusiastic in the belief as well as I ever could.and now I can say to chickens
from Washington to San Francisco.lHit was I
¡j jg a g?eat iciprot ement.
all who are afflicted with the worst of dis-, day between the cooks of the Arlington
Ute. down with la gnppe After tbe hret 796
1 ues 40 ”
Troon B of Linkville, Oregon cavalry, eases, catarrh, take Elv s cream Balm and hotel and the American lunch counter
cured. It t-worth $1* i 0> j
and chop house.
It was as hilarious
Full Assortment always on hand, direct from the East, and
F.lwardx and little John W. Siemens, captain, will come in be
woman or child surtenng from catarrh.—A.
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E. Newman. Grayling, flieh.
8P°rt 88 —
,k “ Plt . . contest,
------------ — — some
n ill! x Patsy
more people Wins,
at Prices that Defy Competition.
wen‘ to Portland last Donoghue,
, week with has 12-year old son. from whose
jaw a tumor was’removed at the Good Sa grand master of ceremonies. The
We call special attention to C. M. HENDERSON & CO.’s (Chicago; Red
; almand^eyed son of the Flowery King-
School House Shoes, and CHURCH, BROWN & CO.’S (Boston) $3 00 calf B J
! dom came off victorious, removing the
Judge J. J. Daley, master workman
W ^nanagin? & to perform very gracefully. The larger
u of head and cleaning his chicken of all
Shoes, the beet made. Every pair guaranteed.
the 4. Q. I • W. lodge of Oregon
feathers in just 20 seconds. Both chick-
■nniMnv’i buaineea «om man ¡ties of couree won t expect pinch from Medford this morning on
visit to Ashland
66. He is ac- ens were still kicking vigorously alter
nied 1 bv'his fatuiivT and D. T. Sears their head», feathers and tails were “in
Ute soup. '•
• of Medford,
Baking M c C onnell & winter ,
RED INK PRICES
Has Ever Seen !
A QUIET PUFF.
We have just made a heavy Cash purchase of
Summer Goods at a very low price, owing to the ad
vanced stage of the season. These goods have ar
rived and will be marked with red ink at less than
the usual wholesale price.
Speaking of Stimulants.
Everybody Reads the VALLEY RECORD—It
THE Medium to Reach THE PEOPLE.
If you fail to get our red ink price list, send for
All sales strictly Cash.
ZEPHYR, : AMOSKEAG. : GINGHAMS,
Satines, other new Dress Goods
WILSON & WALSWORTH
O. LI. BLOUNT,
CLOTHIER and HATTER.
C. 0. D. EMPORIUM
H. C. MYER
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
WALTER A. WOODS
Mowers, Rakes and Harvesting
HARPOON and JACKSON’S
Hats, Caps, etc.
And will be sold at our well known
1. M. McCALL.