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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1892)
Foots Creek—Alex Orme, Thos Carr.
A Life Sentence.
Gold Hill—Chas N Lambert. I E De Boy.
Geo. A. Buffington and Edith N. Carson '
Pacific Coast Agents for
• ; The Republicans and
North Jacksonville—M Bellinger, David
Have you tried the I'rince Henry 5c cigar were joined in the holy bonds of wed-lock j
D. M. FERRY* CO.’S
place their County Tickets in the Croneniiller. A learned.
at the residence of the Rev. C. F. Lewis I
at D. L. Minkler A Son's.
South Jacksonville—J 11 Bellinger, J H
last Sunday morning. Mr. Buffington is |
All tested and reliable.
ASHLAND, Ok., ..T mcssbay , May 12.1892' FTeM-
Huffer. J McPherson.
The Def^ot hotel has caused a hitching one of Ashland's most efficient tonsor;al
The democratic county convention met
Lost Creek—S C Taylor (by J J Fryer rack to to constructed for tbe benefit of artists, and recently came from Portland
Northwestern agents for
at tbe Jacksonville court house last Fri proxy. >
frightenable horses daring train time.
where he has lived for several years. He is
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
North Medford—E P Geary, I A Webb, J
day. Dr DeBar, chairman; E. D. Fou-
Can furnish ai
If you feel weak, tired, and al! run down. an upright and honorable young man and
H Fariss. J A Wniteside.
titv cheaper than you
Hood's sarsaparilla is just what you need is deserving of the many good things of
M. B. Rankin of Pokagama is in the city. dray and Ben]. Haymond, secretaries.
could lay it down for from ———■
this world. Miss Carson came down from
Committee on credentials were ap
P. H. Donaghue visited Portland this pointed as follows:
A 8 Hammond, N L Narregan (by W I to build up strength and parity your blood. Portland last Sunday morning just in time
for the wedding. The R ecord and their
Dr Stanley, G. R. Hammersley, Jerry
Milford, has been quite sick with the many friends extend congratulations, and
All kinds of the very
David Hora ot Hornbrook came over Nunan, W. K. Price, G. T. Hersh
choicest trees. Warranted '"T *0 T~p TT O
wish the newly wedded couple a prosperous
Pleasant Creek—Two, not represented.
true to name and free A
Miss Alice Kiger went over to Hornbrook permanent organization: L L Jacobs,
Bob and Eva McGinley have lecently re- ' and happy life.
R<s k Point—B F Miller, C Vroonian.
from all pests. Cheaper ————_____
Steamboat— W E Finney (bv J H Huffer I ! Mexico. Their show will be in Oregon in
Frank Bvbee, W. H. Brunk, Ralph Dean
Chas. Williams of Butte creek, has gone and I. O. Miller.
The Ashland band will give an entertain
Our Catalogue, (English or German,) is complete and tells bow to grow all kinds of vegetables, how to plant and trim
Sterling—H E Ankeny.
over to Sisson.
ment at Ganiards Opera House, on May
We, your committee on credentials beg
Table Rock—H W Shiplev, J G Martin.
Geo. Engle is over at his government 20th. The proceeds to go toward purchas- trees, etc., etc. Send for Catalogue and photograph of our Trial Grounds and Test
The Misses Stanley’s are visiting Jack
i mg new uniforms.
sonville this week.
to figure up his profits on last
Mrs. E. K. Bnghtnian was over to Yreka port and find that tbe several delegates > Trail Creek-L J March, John H. Hyson. endevonng
as stated below are entitled to seats in :
the early part of the week.
Uniontown—Wm Ray, J D Buckley (by
Mrs. Minnie Deuval has gone to Sisson this democratic convention:
Ray proxy), Wm Cameron.
Applegate—Logan Woolridge. W I. Bail Wm
publican headquarters to their building
for a summers recreation.
Wood ville—Two, not represented.
facing the plaza, next door to Barrett <t
Frank Nelherland started to Sacramento
Ashland—W H Brunk. Butler Walker, I
F. M. S tewart , Chairman.
this morning on a business trip.
O Miller. E M Miller. A B Chapman. Chas
E. P. G eary , Secretary.
Mr. Frank I-ennart has returned to his
Miss Julia True was visiting her broth lxximiM (bv E M Miller proxy). Wm Neil,
er near Yreka during the last week.
Geary said : Mr. Chairman I move mines on Shackleford creek to remain dur
W T l<eagle(by E M Miller proxy), Jack-
the summer. His wife and Master Bob.
that L. J. Marek be empowered to cast
Mrs. J. D. Megner of San Francisco is son Hockersmith. T B Blanton, C Inlow.
Big Butte—T B Higginbotham.
the vote of bis colleague, Mr. Hinsell, who Goodyear accompanied him.
visiting Ashland friends this week.
Point—Jeff Grigsby. Ben Beall (G is ill with “sunstroke.”
Collector of customs, R. P. Earhart, died
All kinds of Watch work
N. M. tong went up to his summer ranch T Central
Hershberger proxy), Tbos Center, Ed R
on this side of Ashland Butte to day.
The motion created some merriment of Brights disease at his home in Portland
Owen. G T Hershberger, Chas Rippey (by but was carried.
yesterday. He had been ill tor some time, I
done in good shape.
Judge Neil was in Ashland Monday to G T Hershberger proxy), Frank Amy.
and his death was not unexpected.
see the dear people and bear Capt. Bell.
Leeds read order of business report
Eden—Samuel Furry, E D Foudray,
The Redding and Weaverville stage was
making the nominations come as fol
Chas C Chitwood is dishing out the med Wm Smith, John Smith.
ENGRAVING NEATLY EXECUTED.
icine at Barrett A Co.’s drugstore this week.
lows: Sheriff, three representatives, stopped Tuesday about a mile from Redd-1
Foots Creek—J A Harvey. R A Cook.
two men. They secured the express j
Gold Hill—Dan Fisher, J B Dungan, G R county judge, clerk, recorder, assessor, box, by
Mrs. Doty of Tacoma, is visiting her
but it contained no treasure. The
brother. Clay Dolerhide. of the Siskiyou». Hammersley. Joseph Dowden.
In Win Chester Pharmacy,
commissioner, coroner and surveyor. mail bag was not touched.
Leeds explained that the reason for
C. B. Kingsbury was over to Yreka and proxy), K Kubli. J Nunan, T'J Richards (by
O regon .
thir‘y °* ^be members of Burn
Pokagama this week on a collecting tour. L L Jacobs proxy), Frank Bybee, L L Ja changing from the customary way to
side PostG. A. R. will attend the rousing
this chopped up manner, was that Med old campfire at Medford to-night. A big
H.C. Marhan and wife from Fresno, Cal., cobs.
are taking in the sights of Ashland this
Little Butte—Geo Rice, John Compton, D ford and Ashland each bail a candidate spread, music and speechifying are the
for sheriff, the fight for which they want principal things on the program.
Terrill, Jos Rader, Geo Heckathorn.
John Loftus, who has been wintering in
Medford—D T Hears, Wm Slinger, F M ed to settle first.
A quartz ledge has been unearthed in
Ashland, started home to Warner last Plymale, D H Miller, J N Woody, Jesse
For sheriff Kubli of Applegate named Grants
Pass about a mile distant from the
Richardson. J W Hockersmith. W B Rob Geo. F. Merriman of Medford.
Home or ftnnol, 2.08%; Polo Alio,
For Justice of the Peace.
court house. The rock bears some free
W. H. Bradshaw, people's party candi erta, E B Bickel.
»:<>«%; Arion. 2:10%; Bell Bird, 2:26%.
John Real named Robert Taylor of Sa L The indications are that the ledge
Mt. Pitt—A J Simpson (by P R Standley
date for sheriff was in Ashland yesterday
had been prospected in days agone.
rpo THE VOTERS of the Justice of the
looking at the people.
Chas. Marvin writes under date
Vawter seconded the nomination of
Rock Point—E L Farra, W S Cook, Ben
Wm. Stafford, a sheepherder by occupa j L Peace precinct for Ashland; I hereby of January 9th, 1891, he found by feed
Thos. Morine, who has recently closed
tion was arrested yesterday evening at his announce myself as a candidate for the
up bis Medford saloon by the aid of tbe
Steamboat— J D Shearer.
logized tbe merits of his man by declar ranch on Antelope and taken to Jackson office of Justice of the Peace subject to the ing the Red Ball Brand Manhattan Food
sheriff, was in town last Sunday.
Trail Creek—James Winningham, Thos ing him to be a native Oregonian and ville, charged with assault with deadly decision of the voters of said precinct at to the horses under his charge, that it
Mrs. Win. Flackus has gone to Steinman Dawson.
the June election.
a true republican and that tbe office of weapon, Welborn Beeson complainant.
for a summer’s outing. Her husband is
proved to be as represented. Also Mr.
Table Rock—A C Stanley, C C Gall, J N sheriff was the only one Medford asked
on the bridge carpentering force.
Smith, J E Olsen, Geo Hollenbeak.
Wm. Corbitt of the San Mateo Stock
will deliver an address at Ganiard’s opera
Messrs. P. P. Pnm. Colvig and 8. U.
Talent—J B Carlisle, Janies Helms, A for.
Farm, Sam. Gamble, J. A. Goldsmith,
Leeds took the floor and said, in a house Saturday night. Subject: “Compe
Mitchell were on this morning's train Alford, tovi Morris.
B. C. Holly and others speak in the
bound for Klamath county on business.
Uniontown—Alex Inyart, R G Jeffery, E manner slightly tinged with sarcasm : tition/’ He will also preach at the Con
rpo THE VOTERS of the Justice of the
If it is order to second nominations in gregational church next Sunday evening.
Frank Morilie is back at his old forge in I) Hamilton.
highest terms of it. This food is just
Woodville—Chas White, John Wood (by this convention, Mr. Chairman, I would
The Shake mail wagon will start from land; I hereby respectfully announce my- the thing to prepare colts for circuit;
Matson's shop hammering iron like old
day at -- 2 p. m. instead
Jewhilikens. for glory and money. Mostly
like to second the nomination of Robert Ashland —
Willow Springs—A Pankey, R F Dean. J Taylor. I do not know whether Mr. of 8 a. m. as heretofore; staying all night at I self as a candidate for constable, subject to they mature more rapidly and it keeps
1 the decision of the voters of said district at
and back as far as the election Jnne 6th. 1892.
Mrs. Dr. Sechrist and her sister Miss Proxy.)
them in splendid spirits. For a horse
Taylor is a native Oregonian or not. But
Uzzie Fiock came over from Montague
S, D. TAYLOR.
the people of Ashland know Mr. Taylor morning.
off his feed, or one run down, it is high
last Saturday, to make a short visit at
ly beneficial. This is the only stock
Chimney Rock, Meadows, Lost Creek, to be an honest man and a good citizen.
Jim Corbett the pugilist was on this
He is a good republican and has worked
For County Clerk,
food which ever received medals at
Mrs. Yalta Sechrist and Miss Lizzie Fiock Pleasant Creek, Sterlingville, have sent heartily for tbe republican ticket. He morning’s train to San Francisco. The
came over from Yreka to Central Point no representation. All of which is re has done bis share for the success of the local sports who went down to view the
ED. R. OWEN
Sacramento State Fair 1891, Stockton
fistic wonder were disappointed as he was
Saturday on business and to visit friends. spectfully submitted. A. C. S tanley ,
Fair 1891, San Francisco 1890. The
They returned to-day .accompanied by Mrs.
J ekry N unan , Sec’y.
of Central Point.
the delegates know Mr. Taylor, I think them wished to go in and pull him out.
veterinary surgeons of Cali
Press reporters admitted inside the it useless to say anything further.
L. A. Neil is quite sick at his farm near bar.
Constable S. D. Taylor went up to the
fornia feed and recommend it, viz:
Ashland, with quite an aggravated form of
Hunting ground to day to bring down one
Tellers appointed—Frank Bvbee and 30. Merriman declared nominated by George
C. Maaoero, E. J. Creely, P. Burns, W.
spinal neuralgia. Dr. Songer Is in attend
Linn, who had assaulted a son of
C. S. PRICE
ance and thinks he can bring him sround
acclamation, with applause on tbe Med Jake Stone’s with a hatchet, cutting him
F. Egan. , This food contains no anti
Order of business adopted as per ford side of the bouse.
in time to vote the democratic ticket.
about the neck, but not seriously, The
mony or any other mineral or poison
E. J. Farlow, wife and daughter, and
For representatives, J. W. Merritt, of grisoner is safely housed at Marshal
ous herbs. The Red Ball Brand Man
Mias Allie Farlow, went to Portland last
Central Point, W. H. Atkinson, of Ash
JOHN E. PELTON,
hattan Poultry Food is likewise reliable; The Only House in the City making
For three representatives. Geo. Ham land and Chauncey Nve, of Flounce row.
Tuesday to attend the Grand Lodge
I. O. O. F. The party will perhaps visit mersley named J. J. Houck, of Gold Rock, were nominated by acclamation,
Mrs. Rowe Nichols’ art class of Jackson
the largest poultry raisers on the coast
the Sound country before returning.
Hill, J. A. Harvey named Cbas. Nickell J. D. Buckley, of Applegate, had been ville will meet in friendly competition with
prefer it to all others.
Mrs. E. K. Brightman, of tbe Ashland and R. A Cook named E. D. Foudray talked up in place of Nye before the con her Ashland class, at the parlors of Hotel
House, was over to Pokagama during the of Phoenix, and Benj. Haymond named vention, I hut eomebodv knocked his ‘
Thursday where an art circle
Dut sonienoay Knocked his wll]
formed and experiences swapped,
week negotiating for a hotel plant at that Geo. T. Hershberger; bat the latter
For County Recorder
circulatic - -i he^report
| _ a ___
general good time expected. Personsin-
place. She returned last Tuesday evening Jromptly declined. Dr. Stanley named prospects out
AT BLUE FRONT GROCERY.
that he had been a democra. until con- | ,'
WM. M. HOLMES
not fully satisfied with the out look.
- — wi
./ill be permitted to
. D. Whitman who was withdrawn by verted by Pit
Judge Webster returned Tuesday from a
Blaine campaign, and that the republicar 1
political tour in northeastern Oiegon and Wm. Slinger.
Chairman DeBar held tbe convention party couldn’t afford to load its ticke.l George Washington Merriman, Medford’s
Willamette valley towns in behalf of his
We carry the most complete and choicest stock in Ashland
interests in the office of attorney-general. tor some time and urged the bodv to with a gentleman whose politics werj with the Ashland people this week. Geo.
He left to-day to attend court at Lakeview. name more candidates, hat the officers regulated by foreign influences.
is quite pregnant with the idea that he will For District Attorney 1st Judicial District.
and will positively not be undersold. All prompt
handle the county funds quite profusley
Mrs. Robert Taylor, Mrs. Dustin High, went a begging and after the convention
For county judge, Watson pia
Mrs. A. C. Cardwell and Mrs. Ida Burk bad apparently exhausted itself in the nomination in a short speech, .
HENRY L. BENSON
ly settled accounts and cash custom dis
halter, chaperoned by Capt. A. I). Hel vain endeavor of getting up a little com McCall of Ashland, who was nominated
Janies Reynaud has gone on a buckar-
man, went to Grants Pass last Monday to petition for these places, Houck, Nickell by acclamation.
Of Grants Pass.
rooing expedition to the land of Peter the
attend a love feast of the Rebeca’s of that and Foudray were nominated by ac
For clerk, Kubli named Max Muller, Poet, where the sage brush stick up and
At 0. COOLIDGE S,
and McCall of Ashland, named J. H. the badger holes stick down. After breath
Sheriff Birdsey was in town Monday and
For county judge, James R. Neil waa Huffer. Tbe latter declined and Muller ing the air of fair Klamath land for a Jackson County Democratic Ticket. ASHLAND, : : : OREGON.
Tuesday electioneering for his deputy, R.
couple of weeks, he will return to his home
for representatives :
T. Armstrong, for county recorder. Mr. placed in nomination by Jerry Nunan was nominated by acclamation. Huffer in Monette, Missouri.
E. D. FOUDRAY................... of Phoenix
Birdsey is taking a lively interest in trying and elected by acclamation.
had the Ashland delegates and many
For county commiaaioner James Helms others who were opposed to third-termers
M. H. Drake it Son have fold out their
CHAS. NICKELL....... . . .of Jacksonville
to get Boll there. Bob is a clever young
Notice of Assignment.
J. J. HOUCK.............................. Gold Hill
WE DEFY ALL COMPETITION.
man. oneot the toys and has many voung named Samuel Furry of Eden, who re and continuously in office men. But entire stock interests together with their
friends. He is a good scribe and account ceived tbe nomination by acclamation. Muller had provided for Deputy Hoffer
FOR COUNTY JUDGE:
ant, though these qualifications are only a Geo. Herahberger, who had been named
JAMES R. NEIL............ of Jacksonville ( State of Oregon, County of Jackson, Cir
small portion of the duties of the office' to by Hammeraley, of Gold Hill declining. by agreeing to increase his salary, and horses. Mr. French, one of the largest
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:
stock owners of that country, being the I
which he aspires.
In the matter of the assignment of Thom
J^^=,We respectfully solicit your trade, deliver good
For county recorder, Wm. M. Holmes,
For recorder, Squire named R. T. purchaser.
8. FURRY.......................................of Eden i as Morine, insolvent debtor.
T. H. McGill, the able reform writer and the present incumbent, was renominated
OTICE lb HEREBY GIVEN that
Armstrong, who was elected by accla
FOR COUNTY CLERK:
editor of the Northwest Reform Journal,
New stock of shoes. Prices from $1.00 up
Try the only
Thomas Morine, of Medford in said promptly and will treat evreyone whitf
the leading state paper of the people's party by acclamation.
at O. H. Blount’s.
For sheriff, James M. Childers of Sams
county and state, has by deed in writing,
and alliance movement, waa In the valley
For assessor, James Kincaid, A. S.
, dated Mav 9th, 1892, made a general assign
Hon. R. M. Veatch, democratic nominee
first-class grocery in the city.
this week with Gen. Weaver. Bro. McGill valley. John E. Pelton of Ashland and Moon, A. S. Johnson, Arthur Wilson,
JOHN E. PELTON.................of Ashland ment to the undersigned of all his property
slings a trenchant pen and his paper makes Q. M. Grainger of Aahland. Tbe latters B. F. Miller and W. J. Stanley were for congress, and Col. R. A. Miller, pres
the thin-skinned plutocrats ana cold-heart name was withdrawn. The ballotiug named. After three ballots, B. F. Miller
for recorder :
day evening on politics. Mr. Veatch was
claims must be verified and presented
ed, mercenary usurers who read hia articles stood 52 for Pelton and 28 for Childers.
W. M. HOLMES.................of Trail Creek to
the undersigned within three months
feel like biting ten-penny nails. It is one The announcement of Pelton’s nomin
for treasurer :
For commissioner, Klum, in a speech, Geo. W. Bell on Monday was an able one
from the date hereof.
of tbe Rzcoan’s most readable exchanges
Dated May 12th, 1892.
GEO. E. BLOOMER....... of Jacksonville
and is thoroughly fearless. This week
sk’s ation waa received with tbe first hearty named B. C. Goddard of Talent, and and did good work for tariff reform.
E. D. BRIGGS, Assignee.
Journal contains Pennoyer'a speech and applause of the day.
Kubli said Applegate wanted only one
New lines of summer neck wear just
For treasurer L. L. Jacobs named Geo. office, that of Rial Benedict for com opened at O. H. Blount’s.
MsGill issues 20,000 copies of it.
J. L. WOOLRIDGE............ of Applegate !
E. Bloomer, present incumbent, who re missioner. Benedict was nominated on
FOR SCHOOL superintendent :
An item published in tbe Yuba City,
ceived the honor unanimously.
Rock Point Items.
the second ballot. L. J* March received
C. S. PRICE.............................of Ashland
For school superintendent A. B. Chap lDvotes on first ballot. School superin Cal., Farmer, concerning tbe man Henry
Health is good.
Luckhe, who was taken to the Stockton
John Potter, one of Sams valley's thrifty man nominated C. S. Price, tbe present tendent was knocked down to Scott Mor
In the County Court of the State of Ore
G. ELK8NAT.......................... of Medford
people’s party men, was here one day last incumbent, who went through by accla ris, coroner to Jesse Hinkle, surveyor asylum and was supposed to be E. R.
gon for Jackson county.
weak on business.
toC. J. Howard and treasurer to Wm.
In the matter of the estate of Warren
Eugene, shows conclusively that it was
Foraaeesor W. H. Brunk named Dan Kahler.
H. L. Whits, of this place, made a flying
B. PORTER, M. D.................. of Gold Hill Lynch, minor.
not Luckey, but that Luckehe was his
trip to Central Point last week.
Chapman of Ashland.
R. A. Cook
otice is hereby given thatpur-
This is the first time in the history of the
suant to an order of sale duly made
George Lance and Miss Mintie Miller, of named J. L. Woolridge, of Applegate. republicans in Jackson county that the correct name.
and entered in the above-entitled Court,
Foots creek, made the Rock Point school Chapman received 38 votes aod Wool offices were hotly contested for pi con
Hee those negligee shirts, nobby patterns,
the 12th dav of April, 1892, authoriz
a visit last Friday.
vention. The sheriff fight was particu from 50 cts up at O. H. Blount’s.
CHILDERS.—In Sams valley, May 7,1892. ing me so to do. i will, upon Saturday the
Porter, the drummer, waa doing the town
For coroner. Dr. Picket, Dr. Porter and larly warm and two sides not only set forth
Mrs. Malinda Childers, aged 76 years, 28th day of May, 1892, at the hour of 111
A Mr. Sackett has bought the 30-acre
We are certainly “in it” on these goods as we
Monday and Tuesday.
Dr. Stanley were named. All declined the claims of their respective candidates place of Wheisehnener, near the old Daven
one month and 7 days
The funeral o’clock a. m., at the premises hereinafter!
Mr, Haymond, of this place, went to but Dr, Porter, of Gold Hill, who waa bqt got in and ventilated the weaknesses port diggings, which was originally taken
on Monday, in the Sams valley cemetery described, in Jackson county, State of Ore
are getting them in Fresh every few days
was attended by a large concourse of gon. offer for sale at public auction the fol
Central Point Tuesday to hear the big then nominated bv acclamation.
as mineral land but is now iu fruit trees.
is true, both candidates were very weak.
friends of the family.
Mr. Sackett expects to lease the Anderson
County Central Committee: K. Kub
and turning them off at very low mar
Mrs. Childers was a native of Nash referred to, to wit: The southwest quarter
water ditch and sluice the ranch into Bear
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ganiard, of Ashland, and
A Little Girl’s Experience In A
creek. The price paid was $700. It is said county. North Carolina, and came to Cali of the northwest quarter of section sixteen
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. George, of Central Point, li, W. H Brunk, Benj. Haymond, G. R.
gins. We quote a few Retail
Hammersley, R F. Dean, J. Compton,
fornia with her husband in 1856, settling in (16), in township thirty-nine, south, range
was visiting in this place Ipst week.
Mr. and Mrs. Loren are keepers of the to prospect very well.
Napa county. Cal. In the fall of 1867 the one east of the W. M. in Oregon. Terms of
John Martin, of Foots creek, is engaged J. Nqnan. Benj. Haymond, chairman. Gov. Lighthouse at Sand Beach, Mich.,and
Prices this week as follows :
Largest stock of suspenders, gloves, Ac., family moved to Sams valley where they
: Cash in hand at time of sale.
When the democratic primaries were are blessed with a daughter, four years old. n southern Oregon at O. H. Blount’s.
in brazing a fine celt for Dr. Colvig. He
have resided ever since and where Mr. sale
Jacksonville, Oregon, April 26th, 1892.
don't have any trouble with him at all: held it waa seen that an effort had iAst April she was taken down with
Sheriff Birdsey started to the Salem in Childers passed away several years ago.
GEORGE H. LYNCH,
fie just sings "Good by, o|d party, good been made x> form a ring by which tbe Measles, followed with a dreadful Cough
asylum last Wednesday. He has in Besides the memory of a blessed, honored
Guardian of Warren Lynch, a minor. Granulated Sugar....... rise 14 lbs. for »1 00 Young American Cheese.......... 18c per lb.
by,1' to him and then he is all risht.
office of county judge, clerk, sheriff and
Extra C Sugar............
16 lbs. for 1 00 Limburger Cheese.... ...........25c
We heard a citizen remark the other day school sdperintendent and assessor were and at Detroit treated her, but in vain, she charge old man Harvev, a pioneer of this there are a large circle of children left to
......... 90c per case
Beans (all kinds).........
.. ,4)ic per lb. Paragon Mackerel .
that be wondered if the Ashland girl that to be dished out to a certain lot of can grew worse rapidly, until she was a mere county, who has already taken a course in mourn her departure from this mundane
Estate of Clarendon Morrison, a spend Bird Seed.....................
was visiting in this vicinity a short time ago didates as against certain others. It was "handfull ot bones.”—Then she tried Dr.
. . $1 75 per keg
syphere. They are: M. D. Childers of
......... 10c "
King's New Discovery and after the use of
had got any more pins fast in her throat.
. . M.
of Sams yalley, thrift, inventory and appraisnient. Total Eastern Hams ..........
Silver Flake Homing. .......... 8K® per lb.
believed that the primaries had been two and a half bottles, was completely likly tbe old man will spend the rest of Salem.
Granville Childers of Klamath Falls, Mon amount of appraisment $1641.25, approved. Oregon Shoulders.......
8 fy .
French Mustard .. .. ......... 15c per bottle
worked to that end successfully but when cured. They say Dr. King’s New Dis his days in the home of the insane.
roe Childers of Corvallis, Mrs, Dan Snively
Estate of M. Hanley audC. H. Hoagland.
“ Sides.. ...........
1 lb. Standard Oystcis . 15c van, $1 50 doz
tbe convention got together the different
Fine line tailor made »ants in all the lat of Red Bluff, Mrs. T. B, Blanton of Ash Day of final settlement continued until
may get a trial bottle free at E. È. Win estpatterns just received atO. H, Hteunt’s. land, Mrs. M. Craddock of Antelope and June 7th, 1892, at 10 o’clock a. ni.
. .25c can, $2 50 “
“ Hams.............. .... ........... 14c “
A large class of applicants are present, combines were unable to deliver their chester « Co’s drugstore.
Mrs. Jacob Conley of Sams valley.
attending the teachers quarterly examina goods to each other and of these candi
10c per can $1 00 doz Pickles, bulk .............. .... 50c per gallon
Estate of George Huffer, J. H. Huffer American Sardines
The merchandise stock of Wilson A
dates only one (county judge) of the com
......... $1 15 per keg
3-gal. kegs ..
Walesworth, which was recently attached MALUCENI—At Soda Springs, May 10. appointed administrator, and C. C. Beek Imp'd French “......... .15c
1 75 “
1892, Michel Maluceni of heart failure. man. Thomas G. Kearnes and John A. Mohawk Corn............ ,15c
K. Kubli is at Portland, on his way to bination was successful. It was believed Friday evening’s meeting. |
for $2240, was sold at auction last Saturday
1 75 “ Rolled Oats.................. ....16 lbs. for $1 00
The deceased has been stoping at the
Astoris, to attend the Grand Lodge of Odd that if the friends of J. D. Whitman had
for $1855. The stock was appraised at $41-
Capitol Tomatoes....... 15c
1 65 “ Island Rice.................. ...13 lbs. “ “
Electric light company’s bill ($104.30) 50.
T. K. Bolton was the lucky bidder, and Soda Springs for some time on account of $645.50, approved.
of allowed his name to come before ihe
1 60 “ Good toundry Soap.. .... $1 00 i>er box
health. He was a member of the Odd
has employed several salesmen, and tbe
Estate of Geo. W. Cooksey, ordered that String Beans............ 15c
B. B. Beekman, who is practing law at convention for county judge it would have
Petition of W. H. Crim for saloon number of people about the counters is Fellows lodge at Roseburg, at which place Tuesday, June 7th 1892 be appointed as Sugar Peas.................. 15c
1 75 “ Liverpool Salt............ ......... 80c per sack
Portland, arrived Tuesday for a visit with wiped out the last vestige of the orig
convincesive proof that Ashland people he will be interred under their auspices. time of final settlement.
Doxie’s Clams............ .20c
. 12)ic per package
2 35 “ Gold Dust...................
inal “slate.” However, they claim to licens? for sig months granted.
N. T. Jewett came up to take charge of the
Estate of W. G. Mills, inventory aud ap- Salmon......................... 15c
Miss Jennie Reaiues, who has been a have counted noses and say it couldn’t ' Ordinance 118, providing that a levy know a bargain when they see one.
1 65 “ Pearline....................... ..15c
praisment; property appraised at $1600, ap Best Green Coffee...
student at St. Mary's academy at Portland, have been done,
Best cheese in town at Crocker Grocery
f he nominations for of oue dollar (one mill per cent) be made
returned home this week.
ths other offices had no competition be- on each $1000 of valuation and a pro Company.
Best Roast Coffee.......
Ac., Ac., Ac.
........ 33%c “
Estate of Luman Townsend, ordered, ap
portionate amount on greater or less sums
Miles Cantrall will finish teaming the cause there were no other aspirants.
0, L,- umjth was over from Gotts' placer
pointing Tuesday, June "th, 1892, as day of Arbuckle’s “ ....
based on the last city assessment be mine on Empire creek, about 15 miles be
spring term o( school in the Naylor dis
trict. L.'A. Simons having resigned.
low Pokagama this week trying to pick up
The Republican Convention.
May 8, 1892, Mr. G. A. Buffington to
Estate of J. A. Cardwell, order directing
Carried, all the couqcilmen voting for some thirty or forty practical miners. He
Ed. Hanlev brought a band of cattle from
The delegates to the republican county
Miss Edith N. Cason. Rev. C. F. the claim of American Bronze Co. paid.
Harney to Huntington last week, which
ottered $1.50 per day and board, but was
were readily sold in the Seattle market. convention and the lobby were moat all
Ordinance 119, for a levy of $3 (a three unable to procure but a very small force.
A social partv will take place at the V. 8. at Jacksonville the day before their con mill tax) on each $1000 and a proportion He reports the mines doing well, and when
Hall, l'hursdav. May 12th. Supper at the vention and were buzzing one another ate amount on greater or less sums, to the bea-rock has been sufficiently scraped
Taylor House. A pleasant time is prom- very lively until abofit 10 o’clock in the be used for general expenses of the city, a handsome return is expected.
morning of Friday when they congregated
Handsome decorated toilet sets at Crock
said assessment to be based on last city
<Mp. M- Tuck»r Mid Miss Maud Wells re in the court-room. A preliminary organ assessment. Carried, all members vot er Grocery Company.
turned to their home at Ashland Sunday ization waa affected. 0, K. Klum acted
Bailey, the Ashland-Shake mail con
after a brief visit with relatives at Union as chairman and B. R. Willets secretary. ing for it.
Ordinance 120, amending ordinance tractor, had a lively runaway last week
The following committees were ap
116 regulating the use ot the railroad near the Andy Dozier place. The wagon
Fletcher Linn and wife, of Eugene, are pointed.
platform was adopted, all members was considerably damaged and the mail
visiting relatives here this week. Mr. Linn
Credentials committee—F M Stewart. J E I present voting aye.
will return home Friday. Mrs. Linn ex Cox,
M Bel Unger. E P Geary. Wm Cam-1
tending her visit for a time.
Geo. W. Stephenson was placed on I. tbe looks of Emigrant creek's high
Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Ulrich, E. DeRoboan
Order of business and permanent orgaiza- W. Burriss’s saloon bond in place of banks, discreetly saved! hie bones by
and wife, Mrs. T. Cameron, Mrs. Colvig, tion—J A Whiteside, W H Leeds, H D Dan Chapman resigned.
gettiug out and walking.
Light, flaky and digestible pie crust and all kinds of
Mrs. W. J. l’lymale and John Boyer went Kubli.
A communication was received apd
to Grants Pass Monday to organize a Re
vl- A. H- in cery Company for it.
After this they got into a great wrangle read from Burnside
fine pastry can be made with Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Pow
viting the ipayaEand council to partici
A large crowd of Jacksonville's dancing
paté fn'Memorial day exercises. It was
der without butter or with one half the usual portion, if pre
people attended the ball at O. E. Roses, at cus of the whole or as a perqiapept -or moved and carried that the invitation son mine on Beavercreek this week. He
Applegate, Friday evening One hundred gan ration, The latter tfa«’finally de to accepted with thanks, and that the reports work progressing finely. The
Leeds explained it half a
n^ftwo nuiubers were s«4u, and sUprm cided bn.
ferred, or with a small quantity of lard or other shortening
dozen times and many others talked. mayor and council will join io the double-geared hydrostatic traveling der i
founced it the party of the season.
rick designed by Clif Payne is working
Corner Main and Granite Street».
District Attorney Colvig and Miss Kate Delegate Hinsell who had became “dizzy- exercises.
Should call at
nobly, handling the QQaxsq gravel; the
as desired. Pie crust made in this way is more wholesome
Lemberger. court stenographer have gone headed” by the vast arrav of free fire
jttoo Reward. $1OO.
COPIED AND ENLARGED
size of a load $ hay tv th ease and quick-
to Lake and Klamath counties to attend water on exhibition in the many places
The readers of the V alley R ecoed
Bromides made in all sizes. Call and
circuit court, which convenes there next where they quench the thirst of the be pleased to learn that there is at least Ous ne^. The mine prospects well, but the l r
and digestible besides being more economical and easier pre
examine our work.
week. Thev will be gone six weeks.
delegates of the grand old party of great dreaded disease that sciane? Las beèh Able'
Henry Wendt, sou of commissionre moral ideas, also took part in the mis to cure in ajl iU stages,and that is Catarrh. retarded the work The bqya are confi I
Wendt, returned front l’nta »»iV. understanding, much to the anr.ieeqient Halls Catarrh Cui® w the only positive cure dent of a good cteaiimp thia season.
known to the medical fraternity. Ca
where he has been learning the barbers of the tfhcje VfOnru.
Anetbw large aswtment of those »«ah |
third the flour is also dispensed with, and the crust is rolled
tarrh being a constitutional disease, re Portland crackers in thR
trade with R. Hostel, Hr msv remain her? I
ft. L. '
Minkler & Soq.
to practice fiis profession-
'“A îiiafi bVthë name àt Wells, accompafi-1 Coiiven^, ¿¿2 - A Whiteside of Med Catarrh Cure is taken i^UrttaHy, feting di
that much thinner, the raising qualities of Dr. Price’s Powder
rectly -ton the bfoòd and mucous surfaces.
residents of Roseburg
leiTbt two others, hate discovered a quartz ford, succeeded Klum as permanent) 1 it tue iy^tm;ihereby destroying the io^n-
.rising merry war among them-
ledge on Bishop creek, three miles from
swelling it to the requisite thickness. Those who enjoy the
• SationsVl the disease, and giyiftg the 8»-
.. «s for sometime past, all on account of
Uniontown. The ledge promises to be M I Reporter; ipviteJ insidf Ibft b«r U> tient strength by tyt.iWwtW. -- ----------
ABBOTT & HANSON,
fine one. Un breaking the rock, fine gold “‘iJrrLpred.n.I.I.
-T lion unu
O. Address Talent, Oregon,
... .u aoing its work. fatuated with Miss Sue Toy . a com I j
nave so much faith in its Japanese maiden. The girls father ob
THEIR SAW-MILL on Wagner
near by and coiumepce
Hun- jected. but was unable to
rejoice to know this secret.
... a a
w m t •
curative ¡ powers that they oner
creek, formerly the 8. S. Smith saw-
;eeds W A Pat- dred Dollars for any case that it fails to sufficiently to make it stick. The license .
I mill, running in full blast.
Ttmrxlav night » tin-wedding surpjiss
McCall nroxv) J cure Send for circulars and testimonials. was procured, and Judge G. W. Riddle,
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder is the only powder
PAID FOR THEM AT
was given at the residence n( Rev, and Mrs, | c ’
Ln <bv C ilWaLsonnroxvj
Address F. J. CHENEY ACO-.Toledo, O.
dulv pronounced them >uftn an(* * “e a9’
OVER 100,000 FEET ON HAND.
Robert Ennis, Mr- Ennis »M at the
North Ashland—J R Casey, W Beebe (by
ff^sold by Druggists, <5c.
cording to the laws of Douglas mu nty it
did nut rato~ untU ute ind -1
that contains the white of eggs
W P Squire proxv), John Real. J E Cox. I Fine line summer underwear at O. H. being the first ceremony of tbe kind in that 1
The mill is four miles from Talent, and
soiuewuat taken aback when he found his I South Ashland—J L Grubb, IraC Dodge, '* 1 Blount's.
I all kinds of lumber can lie had cheap. Give
house filled with people. Refreshments ' B R Willets, T E Hills, D High.
i us your order and we will guarantee satis-
Applegate—H D Kubli, Chas De Clark.
were served and a number of useful presents
Band Boy's on a Toot.
Buckleu's Arnip» Salve.
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder is re
were received. Those present were: C. C.
Big Butte—G A Shaw.
• The Ashland band boy’s expect to play
Central Point—J H Hinkle, I C Carson. some music at the Opera hoqse on the
Beekman and wife. T. G. Kearnes and wife,
The best salve in tbe world for Cuts,
ported by all authorities as free from Ammonia,
New pants patterns at M. Mayer’s tailor |
A. M. Berry and wife, C. 8. Price and wife. Rufus Cox, J B Wrisley.
evening of Miiv 20th.
ou should be there Bruises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
shop at reasonable prices.
Judge J. R. Neil and wife. Mrs. J. )T. Mil
Chimney Rock—F F Downing. G W > rv. and hear theni. as they have spent a vast ■ Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Alum, or any other adulterant. In fact, the
Have vou tried the Prince Henry 5c cigar
ler. Misses Issie McCully, Kate Hoffman
Eagle Point—Geo Brown. John Daley, F amount of time practicing, and will no ' Coms, and all Skin Eruptions, and
ot the greatest bargains J in
“ , at D. L. Minkler * Son’sT It is a new one
and Sarah Berry
J Avers (by John Watkins), J A Jonas.
positivelv cures piles or no pay required,
doubt give a good entertainment.
and tbe best ever seen for tbe price.
Eden—F M Stewart, Henry Stancliff, A
ft is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
land. D. ¡.7 Minkler it Son.
Furnished rooms to rent at the B. F. Lamb.
Fine line men's suite at reduced prices at • or monev refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
Myer place on Main street. For further J Flounce Rock-Chauncey Nye. A H I O. H. Blount's.
For sale by E. E. Winchester A Co.
particulars inquire ot Mrs. H. U Stanley. Boothby.
H. L. WHITED,
The New Jeweler.
Palo Alto Stock Farm
ASHLAND ROLLER FLOUR MILLS-
M c C onnell & winter ,
15 Choice Bulbs for $1.00
IN COFFEES, TEAS AND SPICES
Big Stock Tobacco and Cigars, and Boohs and
D. L. MINKLER & SON,
Pastry Without Butter.
lata is Clieaj. •«^CHICKENS
Highest Market Price