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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1892)
Walther-H art r*.
The Rtcoxn's news < hronicler ba* the
pleasure of res-ordinz another notable
event in social circles in the wedding of
two prominent young people—Harrv L.
Walther, the popular and well-known lo
comotive fireman on tbe Mt Shasta di
vision and Mil* Cherry Harris, a mo*t
excellent and eatimable young lady of
Ashland. Tbe ceremony wm performed
at the residence of tbe bride’* mother,
Mrs. C. T. Harris, on Saturday morning,
Rev. F. G. Strange officiating. The hap-
pv pair left on th« aame morning’* over-
land for San Francisco amid the congrat-
niationa of their large circle of friend*,
to spend their honeymoon in California.
Their fntare home will be in Ashland.
And defeated in 21st round.
The 8on>< of Veterans expect to be
rommem-ed in dead earnest in 3 I C ir-
bett showed best generalship throughout,
The reunion of old soldiers and sailors is j
ASHLAND, O*.,.. T hcmday , Sept. 8,1882
and surprised people in his terrific swing
nearly at band.
ing blows. Had best of battle from start,
See Strain’s fruit tree adv. this issue.
came oat without a scratch. Sullivan i Only
good for 30 days.
PERSONAL AMD SOCIAL.
bled like a stuck hog.
His main blows
Fred Hansen has rented his Table Rock
The distinguished and eminent
were on Sullivan's stomach, wind and farm
to Lea Burch for three years.
mouth. Smiled at Sullivan as be got
Charley Frizeil was up from Grant* Pans
E. M. Deuvaul and son have returned
away with every point.
from a tour to the coast at Coos bay.
Big ovation given Corbett. Sullivan
Mr and Mr* O. H. Blount spent Sunday
From 90 to 100 car-loads of wheat have
made a speech, said he fought once too been
shipped south from Gold Hill station
often, but aa be met his Waterloo was j so far this year.
Rev. C. A. Lewi* left for hi* new charge ,
proud Young America took the champi
Hood's Sarsaparilla is an honest medicine,
Gus Walden wa* over f*om Pokegarn* '
I honestly advettised for those diseases which
Corbett’s decorated train
passed ■ it honestly and absolutely enres.
th rough Atlanta and Chattanooga to-day.
D. C. Eckert left Monday for Ban >
The social dance at Talent Saturday
Having leased the ware
Bernardino to teach icbool.
I The Racer* at Central Point Track. Big ovation along route.
was largely attended by Ashland young
D. T. Hears, a prominent Medford dem
Capt. W«-rk has six animals in his stables.
ocrat, wa* in town Monday.
house next to my store on
W. J. Wimer has associated with himself
Albert Olney and on the 15th inst. thev I
Auby Ranken, son of M. B. Ranken, is a fa st-footed trotter by Marhkus, but who
Judge, H. K. Hanna; H. L. Benson, dist. will open a commission house in Oakland, 1
out from Portland at Tolman.*.
Main street, I will open a
needs considerable hard work to get bal att’y; Max Muller, clerk; John E. Pelton, Cal.
Mr. Gilmore and family, of West Eork, anced up for track racing.
are viaitmg the folks in Ashland.
Juliet, 3-year-old filly pacer by Tybault,
Grana jurors: G W Barron, J R Tozer,
Commission House for the
' the carnival of life” before the young
Mia* Ida McClellan, the new teacher, dam bred by Black Pilot; owned by H. B. G T Hershberger. John A Obenchain. J W on
people’s endeaver society at Phoenix Mon
arrived Saturday from Memphia, Mo.
Masterson, W P Hillis. John McCallister.
sale of all kinds of Farm Pro—
A 2-year-old gelding bv J. B., darn by
Alex Thompson appointed bailiff for
John Carter and family intend moving
R. E. Drum's son. whose skull was so ■
to Ashland to reside from Klamath Fall*. Vermont. It is a trotter named Billy C. grand jury and Chas Schultz bailiff tor trial
owned by Capt. Werk.
Miss A. B. I a tham arrived from Cal and
Sugar Pine. H. B. Miller's 3-year-old gel
A 8 Johnson vs John W Smith; action to and if the spinal meningetis does not set in
ifornia Saturday to resume her acbool work. ding
pacer, son of Adrian.
recover money; defendant allowed to with
Big Bargains in Boys’ Clothing—
Miss«» Clara Frink and Adelaide Beebe
Also a promising 2-year-old filly pacer I draw demurrer and file answer.
Lloyd, the seven-year-old son of Thos.
departed Friday for their school work in by the same sire.
We have a large line, all reduced
Bring along your Flour and
Pathmont. 2-year-old stallion trotter, a foreclosure; dismissed at pltTs cost.’
recently by falling from the steps. He is
Joe Weinzinger is over in the Klamath full brother to Altao, and owned by Miller,
■State vs Henry Robinson: indictment for now all right again.
Men’s suits way down to close—
river mines. His father has gone to Wis Kinney and VanDyke.
polygamy; bail fixed at $250.
John Powers, formerly proprietor of the
O-dered that C Mingus, G W Rice. James Oregon Hotel bar in Ashland, died Wednes Formerly of Queen’s Hospital London, and
John Slagle has the following string: Ty
Fine Gray suits for summer, $5.00 to $15.00
1. H. MARTIN,
W. Crosby, tbe Han Francisco wheat phoon, a 3-year-old trotting filly by fy- Drum. A L Gall. John Bolt be excused day night ot last week after a protracted
assistants will again visit
buyer, was in the valley this week from bault, owned by Wes. Kahler. Jack the from jury service for this term of court.
illness at his home in Woodland, Cal.
Ashland, Aug. 3,1892.
Henrv Ammerman vs Theo H F Engle
Ripper. 3-year-old gelding trotter by Ros
Special Bargains in men’s fine Cutaway suits—
The R ecord office now owns one of the ,
Mrs. J. H. Whitsett was called to Wolf coe. dam by 8c*mi>erdown. Also Jim etal; foreclosure of mortgage; name of Encyclopaedia Britannica« called the Ore
Reduced to $15.00 per suit.
creek Monday by the dangerous illness of W right’* Bill v Colquitt, a 5-year-old geld
edition. It is full sheep binding
gle substituted for Johanna Engle, de gonian
ing runner whose breeding is unknown.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
Geo. W. McDonald's string consists of ceased.
Men’s fine Prince Albert coats and vests—
Mrs. Hobson, who ba* been visiting Jack-
Emma Cooper vs Chester Phipps, Wm thing this office has been needing.
son county relatives, left today to visit at Tilden, an 8-year-old stallion runner owned Phipps, I J Phipps, action; taken under
Regular price $25.00, reduced to $15.00.
by Robt. Anderson of Tule lake, sired by
big races' at Great Falls. Mon. He was
Almont, dam unknown.
James F Harris was over from Duns I Tilden
Minnie Phipps vs I J Phipps and Celeste
Hcainvaway. 7-year-old gelding runner by
muir last week attending the Walther- Scamperdown,
Men’s summer coats and vests, $2 to $3.50.
owned by Jas. M. Kiernan • 'bijips; demurrer withdrawn and answer a high compliment paid to a new comer. '
Fourth year opens September 19.
The street evangelist says he has been
English and classical school for boys and
Men’s summer coats, neat ones, $1 each.
M I) Wells A Co vs Fountain A Holmes; treated better in Ashland than in any
CecH Young i* at Medford visiting from
Monwood, Homes’» 3-year-old stallion
action to recover money: defendants al other town he has been in. All the other
flan Joes, where he has been a conductor pacer by Momm, grandson of Nutwood.
Begins with reading and writing and tits
lowed to withdraw demurrer and file an towns treated him with rotten eggs, he re
on an electric road.
Men’ summer neckwear from lOcts up.
Also the the stallion Allegretto and three swer.
and can be consulted free of charge.
Teachers experienced in their several de-
C. C. Beekman, of Jacksonville, went to colt*.
A. Getty and Mr. Gifford, of the Earl
Ban Francisco Saturday to attend the
Nelson Berry of Coos bay has Billy Ber
The Ashland People’s party club had
Largest line of men’s and boys’ shoes
These illustrious P
ry, a 9-year-oid runner hy Woodbury, he another pleasant meeting at the citv hall Fru.t Co are in Josephine county packing
in this locality. Prices way down.
David Horn, the Hornbrook merchant, by Woodburn he by Islington.
Friday evening. Besides the singing and there. The price paid was 75 cents per
consult them,this day•. It will cost
The Academy has arranged to give the
hotel man and farmer, wa* in the city
Jesse Cotton has Achilles, a 5-year-old routine business a numtier
of short hn.i.el
you Hofhmg, and may save you years of class graduated in June. 1892. an advanc d
Monday on business.
^Bering and perhaps your life.
gelding bred by J. B. Haggin of California, speeches were delivered,
course, equivalent to th ’ work <>t the Fre.-h- Men’s working shoes, $1 to $2 per pair.
Mrs. Breese i
, was first
- __ ■ invited to speak and f id she | Pearl Bean sold his half interest in the
Hupt. Joa. A. Wilson, of the Ashland a runner.
man year in College. Graduates of other
Men’s low-top Russet shoes, $1.50 per pair.
Mining Co., arrived home Friday from bis
Paris Hamilton has his running horse had heard many people criticise tne peo- $250. W.A . Wright has been exhibiting him
schools, or others prepared to take this
trip to Wasco county.
Ranger in training.
or one or more studies of it, will ' l»e
pie’s party as a political organization got- in California on his way to the Sacra
Conductor Wick Huff and wife left Mon
received on the same tetms and subject to Men’s canvas shoes, 75cts per pair.
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Signal Wilkes, who was entered in the | *----- ;
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),art‘e8- Thia mento fair.
Given for any case they take and
day for a trip to Han Francisco. Billy
the same regulations as other students of
big races up north and whose leg was in-
“' ~ ~
Jamieson is in his place.
Men’s boots, all at cost
Sept. 27th, is fruit growers dav at the
For catalogue address
Circuit Judge Hale came in from Klam jured by an accident in tbe cars, has lieen fighting no party. The reason for the Central Point fair grounds ami that there And another $1000 tor any case you ever
new party reminded her of her father’s
heard of that they undertook
ath Falls Sunday to trv the cases Judge
Trunks and Valises, all at cost.
to Chico by Mr. Duncan. He is a fine old home in Iowa, which did verv well will be no admission fee charged to enter
Hanna was interested In.
and failed to relieve.
when the family was small but as the invited.
Big Drives in men’s odd pantH.
John Hart of Idaho, and Irwin and
Zera Dabock. of Eagle Point, passed through t McDonald has entered Allegretto in the children began growing up attempts
free-for-all trot at Roseburg and 8carnp- were made to make it answer the pur
Bunday from a tour to Crater lake.
town to send us a postal card ask ng
awav in the single dash and mile and repeat poses of a large family by additions and W. J. Stanley’s quartz mine at Woodville
Mrs. A. P. Armstrong and a lady friend race*. Slagle will take Jack the Ripper to ^7
and will move their 2-stainp quartz mill to
for pat tit ulars of how, by a little pleasant
»"J' ”” r,u,llu">
from Portland, arrived at Tolman’s springs Roseburg tor the single dash and mile f®pd.‘rs 9nt,l.at la8t, necessity compelled the mine from Gold Hill and pursue active Who may be suffering from youthful follies work, they can earn a bicycle, a watch or
or tbe excesses of matured life, should con- choice library, without its costing them
yesterday to remain s- me time for health. and repeat, while Achilles is also en- the tearing down of the old building and operations.
Box 46, Boston, Mass.
Miss Ixiu Brower, who has made many tered for the Roseburg races.
the construction of a residence that was
Hon. J. 8. Herrin went to Roseburg Mon I suit at once, before it is too late, these vet another cent.
eran practitioners, who have no equals in
friends during her vacation in Ashland and
There are more racers on tbe ground equal to the occasion. Yet when the old day with the intention of purchasing 25 the I ni ted states, as they can and will re
at the springs, returned to Grants Paas than a year ago this time.
house was being torn down the whole I head of fine blooded buck sheep for his store you to pertect health when all others
Mr. Herrin owns the cleanest
family cried at the idea of leaving an old bands
have failed. BROKEN-DOWN CONSTl-
bands of sheep in Oregon.
Max Pracht departed Sunday for Alaska
It was • Mr.
TUTI 'NS are rejuvenated and manly vig-
on business connected with bis new office wealth is health, and it was a wiser than ; residence of the people’s nc essitv, and if
The reported death of Luther Benson, ¡ or restored by their new and wonderful
of flsh commissioner and special agent of the modern philosopher who said the ij.p,....,.,,,,.,.,',.: .
the temperance orator, is evidently an methods of treatment. No injurious di ngs
for the little people or yourself till you try our«,
blood is the life.” The system, like the .
Hvino.1 L *
the treasury deparment.
Large line of
a is cheapest we offer In ladles' shoes, Men’s and boys’ white shirts from 50cts up.
error. The Record of Brownsburg, In used. Worn-out busine-s men, eail for ad
U » I either fine kidorcommon calf, lace, at
Miss Minnie Reaves arrived Saturday
diana, says: Luther is still alive—has vice, especially if vou are suffering from
from Siskiyou county for a visit of several
NERVOUS DEBILITY or failing power .of MJ I we can please. Send for list of over
them. Her remarks were greeted with taken the Keeley treatment—but never any diseases of the eve. ear, head, throat,
weeks with Ashland friends the guest of result. It needs a tonic to enrich it.
100 kinds to smiths' Cash store, 416-
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cryderman.
lungs, heart, stomach, skin, kidneys or
ilo 4rent Street, San franc' -o.
tient study, discovered a medicine which
Wm. H. Breese discussed the national
bladder. BLOOD DISEASES cured in the
John B. Griffin and folks, Mrs. G. W. purified the blood, gave tone to the system,
week, spent a day fishing on the lake fork
Stoops, daughter and children, and Ray and made men—tired, nervous, brain-wast indebtedness of the U. 8. and showed of Hooa river, getting home Friday even shortest time by vegetable remedies. Ca
Oregon Weather ami Crops.
GALL JLJSTID EXAMINE OTTZEt STOCK.
and Irmy Mathews have returned from ing men—feel like new. He called it his how it took more production to-day to pay ing Joe had a record of 320 trout in eight tarrh and consumption positively cured by For week ending Tuesday. Sept. 6. 1892.]
huckleberrying at Lake of the Woods.
‘•Gohlen Medical Discovery.” It has been off what we have left than it took to pay hours on this stream, but on this occasion
I). J. Walker has returned from a visit sold for years, sold by the million of bottles the whole debt at the time it was created, succeeded in breaking it. catching 363 in
There has been very little change in the
with Albert Walker at Sprague river. and people found such satisfaction in it being by reason of the contracting of the that time. We saw the fish and know this I
weather conditions of the past seven days
Stoney Miller of Brownsboro and Raney that Dr. Pierce, who discovered it.now feels currency, which made money dearer and to be correct.—Hood River Glacier.
as compared with the preceding week. If
Green of Granta Pass coming in with him. warranted in selling it under a fobitivz va lues correspondingly lower. It was a
The stock barn of Levi Morris at Phoenix, Who suffer from nervous prostration,sleep anything, the temperature was slightly be
Walter Brennon, McCarthy’s fireman,
brief and clear exposition of the subject. containing 100 tons of hay. a Hauser com pation. lassitude, pains in the back or sides, low the average especially on the last two
Perhaps it’s the medicine foi you
left for San Francisco Friday to attend the
on bnt bined harvester, etc., was destroyed by fire and disease« peculiar to their sex, can con days of the week, viz’ thé 3d and 4th. On
’t be the first case of scrofula or _oi Rev.
. h_ G. J. Webster was called
rieral grievance committee meeting and wouldn
; loss $3500, insurance $2200. The
the latter date the first white frost of the
he did Saturday
sult these physicians in the utmost confi season
enjoy the refreshing air of Rad Bluff .
has cured when nothing else would. The not think it wise for a half-converted day while everybody was in the field, Il’s dence.
Douglas county, injuring tender vegetation
origin is supposed to be from some one
to some extent. In some sections the days
J. F. Wisner, the people’s party advocate trial’a worth making, and costs nothing.
Remember tbe Date,
Uncle Jackson Hockersmith in a few dropping matches in some scattered hay
were very warm, but were always followed
ot Applegate. Bosye Bros, and T. J. Nick Money refunded if it don't do you good.
brief, and characteristically earnest re and stock tramping on them.
by cool nights.
erson all of that section were in tbe city
Eagle Point Items.
marks thanked the Lord for that great
The partial drought of the past few weeks
y«*i«rday and made the R ecord a pleasant
The passage of the planet Mars behind
, has remained Unbroken till the 4th, but at
lady, Mrs Mary E. Lease, and asked the moon Saturday night was noticed by
call. They are all people’* partv men and E ditor V alley R ecord :—
; this writing light rains are falling through-
Bert Kennev of Gold Hill has been here God to bless her in the good work.
many star gazers, and acted as grounds for
have convinced their whole neighborhood
I out western Oregon.
E. E. Deming read an able sermon of an excuse for numerous giddy people stay
Joe Butler arrived Monday from Castle visiting the Matthews family.
Crops:—The grain crop has all been
Mr. Digman is reported as improving un the Rev. Dr. Kent, of the People’s church ing up late, estensiblv to see it come
Crag near where he was shot by a man
I threshed by this time.
It is truly wonderful the
named Taylor, now lying in the Redding der the treatment of Dr. Terry.
in Washington, D. C., concerning tho through.
H od picking is now in full blast in most
jail awaiting his trial. It was an un
Dr. Geary was called to see the sick child Homestead affair, after which the meet amount of interest that'many people take
places. Polk county farmers report that in
in the science of astronomy.
provoked shooting as Joe was neither armed of C. W. Taylor last Saturday night.
ing closed with singing.
I yards sprayed with whale oil soap the lice
m t expected anything of the kind from
Services at the Congregational church
Quiteanumberof our young folks of both was chairman for the evening.
I have done verv little damage.
the man who did the shooting.
sexes are going to Grants Pass to the hop
Corn in a few localities seems to have re
ceived a set back from the cool nights.
School Hat* for Girl*.
Association will be presented and Miss Car-
folks claim that the largest
Mr<. Emery of Gold Hill has been visit
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward | rington of Sacramento will speak of its
Mr*. E. B. Christian at her millinery ing Mrs. In low at Talent, and the two
ing success through correspondence. Med crop of corn ever raised in the Willamette
and dreaa-making parlors has received spent a dav m our midst.
icine sent safelv and free from observation valley will be gathered this year. Reports
by taking Hall’s Catarrh Cure.
a temperance address, on ‘‘Whois to Blame
her new stock of school hats. Call and
F. J. CHENEY A CO. Prop’s, Toledo, O. for the Drink Habit?” All eordially in to any part of the country. Write for from other sections, however, are not as en
Mr. Geo. Maegiey, Sr., of Woodville and
symptom blank to fill out, and a letter fully couraging by any means. The onion crop
his daughter Sarah have been visiting the
We, the undersigned, have known F. J. vited.
explaining your disease, giving advice, etcZ, ' is now being pulled. The general impres-
family of Geo. Heckathorn.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
Charles W. Prentice, our heavy weight will be returned free. Address all letters i sion seems to point to a short crop.
him perfectly honorable in all business tran railroad friend of Sacramento, is here tak plainly to
i Fall apples and pears are ripening. Po
E. F. Walker, of Medford, visited the Min and others passed through town on sactions, and financially able to carry out
ing his annual vacation in Ashland.
tatoes must be awfully scarce this year
county seat Fnday.
their way to the huckleberry patch on any obligations made by their firm.
Although he is the nephew of Collis P.
when the same are selling at three cents a
Geo Parker and Frank Bellinger are Rogue river.
W est A T ruax , Wholesale Druggists, To Huntington and the brother of Clara Pren
, pounds in some counties.
enrolled at the Medford Business College.
tice, now the Princess Hatzfeldt of Europe,
Mrs. Guerin of Portland, aged 75 years, is
C. C. Beekman, wife and daughter left Visiting the family of Geo. Brown 'at this W ALDiao. K innan A M arvin , Wholesale Mr. Prentice is a very unassuming gentle
The concensus of the weekly reports
Druggists, Toledo, O.
for San Francisco Saturday to be absent place; also Miss Celia Brown is visiting her
man and has hosts of friends all along the
from correspondents in this section is:
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, line.
Real Estate Transfers.
“Fine weather for harvesting purposes and
Miss Jennie Reames has returned from
There has been a continued tendency to
Lucy M Marshall to Isaac Carpenter—lots farm work.” There has been no r 'infall at
Dr. Stanfield was called a few nights ago acting directly upon the blood and mucous
Uniontown where she was visiting her to see Mr. Heckathom’s child on Salt creek surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent bowel disease here this season, says G. W. 30, 31, 32, 33, 34 blk A, R R add; $700.
all during the week, but the indications are
friend. Mis* Bernice Cameron.
Erastus Wells and Ellen 1 Wells to H T for a tew scattered showers before long and
and the next night to see our old friend Mr. free. Price 75c.'per bottle. Sold by all ShivelI, druggist, Wickliffe. Ky.,“and an un
lnlow—s w J4 of n w % sec 20. tp 38 s, r 3 they would be very welcome just at pres
Mrs. T. J. Kenney and children are Cornack on Round Top.
era and Diarrhoea Remedy. I have sold e; $100.
spending a couple of weeks at Woodville,
ent, not that crops would receive much
Some miscreant or miscreants a few days
C C Beekman to the U S—n Ji of s e
the guest* of Mrs. Henry White.
ago took Mrs. Lewis’ boat on Rogue river,
Jesse Simpson is now a resident of markable cures have been effected by it and and s w % of n e >4 sec 3, tp 40s, r 4 c; $300. benefit therefrom,but that they wolud clear
James Wilson, Jr., will leave for Mount cutting the chain, broke the rudder and Albany.
up the smoke and dust floating in the air
in all cases it has proved successful. Eor
J P Clarn and F Clarn to Sarah Oldakers and would perhaps improve the ranges.
Angel the last of this week to resume hi* filled the boat with water.
studies James will graduate this year,
The temperatures have not been quite so
Charles Scott of Linn county, son of the fruit north Monday.
The first voices of the autumn are n e Ji sec 32. tp 38 s. r 4 e, 160 acress; $1000. ' high this week ; the extremes have ranged
Frank Hodkins, assistant state treasurer, sheriff of that county has bee'n here visit
33 to 89 degrees. A light frost is re
whispering in the cool evenings, and as Mitchell—land in sec 33, tp 37 s, r 2 w, 90.75
was in Jacksonville Monday to witness the ing the family of T.'E. Nichols. He re
the busy season at tbe Ish farm.
ported from Union county on the 4th; it
marriage of his friend, Wm. Clark and Miss turned home' last Friday.
the night wears on we nestle to our acres; consideration, love and affection.
did hardly anv damage at all.
W. C. Daley was in town Tuesday, So pleasant dreams with the blanket in
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Garret, at the
J J Ritter to Robt Hardman—undivided
—Threshing operations continue
Mrs. J. 8. Beach, of Los Angeles, Cal., residence of Mrs. Garret's mother near was A. C. Howlett of Eagle Point.
double fold tucked closely around us. one-half interest in mining ground situate in Crops:
full activity. In portions of Grant coun
The Oregonian Encyclopedia Británica The steady stream of returning sojourners on Sardine creek, with water right there
Is paying her old home in Jacksonville a Eagle Point, a son. I am sorry to have to
ty the wheat crop is expected to turn out
visit. She is a daughter of Col. J. N. T. state that Mrs. G. is in a very critical con men are canvassing Medford and vicinity. is increasing day by day and the city unto belonging; $50.
i almost as good as the average cron. Hav
dition. Drs. Geary and Pryce of Medford
8S Martin to F T Crewe and M J Crewe— ing has been going on steadily ; tliere will
Dr. R. Pryce, our skilled physician, has begins to look like its wonted self. One
returned and is wearing his arm in a sling. touch of wintry weather makes us all lots 1, 2 blk 15, Medford; $1500.
Chas. Nickell and John R. Marks bury are in attendance.
! be an abundance of it this year. Stock is
Samuel and Huldah Colver to Annetta J | looking very well.
Our Stock is the cleanest, beet arrayed and
made a flying trip to Klamath county Fn
The grand jury indicted H. H. Robinson akin.
There is considerable sickness reported
day. Mr. Markley has since returned to by our two M. D’s. Mr». Minnie M. Deu- for polygamy. His whereabouts is un
“Potatoes are deucediv scarce” is the cry
best satisfying—if freshness, cleanliness and
Raper and wife, the street evangelists of
Robt A Gray to E E and Mary E Gore- now heard everywhere except in Malheur
val has been called from her home in Cali known.
the holiness band, (free line, no flies), who all right, title ami interest in lots 1 and 2 county. Our Gilliam county correspondent
James O. Watson, son of E. B. Watson of fornia to the bedside of her sister fiaisv,
low price is an object.
J. H. Williams is in Eureka, Cal. Mrs. have been preaching, exhorting, singing, blk 15, Phoenix; $1.
writes that there is hardly a bushel of mer
Portland, will attend school at Standford daughter of Dr. Stanfield of this place, but Williams and the children have moved to
chantable tubers in his district to day.
University, and left for California last we are pleased to state that at this writing Medford from Gold Hill.
an end of the world in four years, in which Coolidge add to Ashland $300.
she is convalescent.
Oats are now being harvested in Hbernian
Mrs. Lee Jacobs, the R ecord ’ s entertain only a iew would be saved and a great
county, end the yield will be fairly good.
Only fourteen attorneys have been in at
Gus Nichols is reported on the sick list, ing Jacksonville correspondent, was visit many go to, left for the north last evening in tp 39 s,r 1 e28-110 acres; $400,
Fruit is reported as ripening fast, apples
tendance at the circuit court this week. lazzie Matthews 1< very low,but is gradually ing Medford friends Monday.
after a week’s work every evening in Ash
Jacob Pense to Wm Bybee—n e Ji of n e e-peciallv. These are remarkably free from
Ashland. Medford and Jacksonville being improving under the treatment of Dr. Ter
Special attention is directed to our Finest Sugar Cured
Mrs. Maggie Gruby and Miss Hurst were
insects this season.
ry. A. J. Florey’s little child had an ab among
sec 24. tp 34 s, r 3 w. 160 acres; $1070.
Medford’s charming ladies who i McCall’s store.'
Teas and Coffees, Canned Goods—Imported I ancy
Judge E. B. Watson and family, who
L Powell to D I Waldroop—land in Ash
were visiting at Tolman’s springs recently.
To manufacturers like the Royal Bak
have been visiting friends and relatives in suffered a great deal, but Dr. Terry lanced
Our prices all through are the
A. Z. Sears and wife and Miss Mamie ing Powder Company, the public is under
This remedy is becoming so well known and Domestic Brands.
Jackson connty, returned to their home at it and it is now doing well.
F F Crew to A A Hill—lots 1, 2 blk 15, and so popular as to need no special men
Isaacs returned Saturday from a toss in the • a large debt of gratitude for the increased
The five-year-old daughter of G. W. Mc billowy
waves of the bounding ocean at ’ purity of articles of food sold at the pres Medford; $1500.
tion. All who have used Electric Bitters
Mary A Anderson to G H Haskins—lot I sing the same song of praise —A purer
Mrs. O. A. Ockleson and two children, Kee, living on Big Butte, was taken sud Crescent Citv.
ent day The reports of the official Gov blk 5. Beatty add to Medford, $75.
who have been visiting relatives in Jack
medicine does not exist ami it is guaranteed
Mi«s Lulu Gibson is still operator at Tol ernment investigations of baking pow-
TT S to H S Pendergest—n e Ji of sec 14, to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters
sonville for the past month, returned to last month and that evening she was a
corpse. The sudden and unexpected death man’s and will remain until her health im , ders show the Royal to lie stronger and tp 39 s, r 4 e, 160 acres.
I will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kid-
proves. Miss Rose Buckley's benign smile
U 8 to O Holton—s e Ji of n e Ji of s e Ji, nevs. will remove Pimples, Boils, 8alt
John Savage, who lelt Jackson count}’ almost made the mother crazv. They have greets the patrons of the Postal telegraph ' purer than any other. It is quite evi
eighteen months ago to seek a better lo
Rheum and other affections caused by im
dent that neither ingenuitv, science nor
office in the interim.
V 8 to Chas F Wall—s w Ji of s w Ji and
cation. ha* returned after a lengthy jonmey surrounded.
blood.—Will drive Malaria from the
Mrs. M. Ragsdale, whose husband was expense can in any way improve upon n Ji of s w Ji, s e Ji of n e Ji sec 34, tp 32 s, pure
In spite of the fact that grain is below
better contented than ever to remain.
system and prevent as well as cure all Ma
taken to the asvlum about a month ago, the Royal Baking Powder as now before T 2 e, 160 acres.
fevers.—For cure of Headache, Con
Claiborne Neil and wife, of Ashland
ü S to B M Gill—s e Ji of s w Ji sec 27. stipation and Indigestion try Electric Bit
tion our merchants are constantly re has moved to Medford from Big Butte and I the pu blic.________
precinct, who have been attending the ceiving
new goods. Mr. Williams our mail
ters.—Entire satisfaction guaranteed or
campnieeting on Williams creek, spent
purchased from Geo. W. Isaacs.
35, tp 32 s, r 2 e, 160 acres.
money refunded.—Price 50 cts. and $1.00 a
Sunday evening with Judee Neil and contractor has been coming in loaded down
Monthly reports of Marshal Smith,
with freight and passengers. During the
bottle at E. E. Winchester & Co. Drug
last week he has brought goods for F. B. two weeks trip to Klamath county. Recorder Berry, Water Supt. Dodge, The Oregonian Edition ‘‘Encyclo -! Store.
Studies were resumed at St. Mary's Inlow and Geo. Brown from Portland and Manager Koehler while here in a private Street Commissioner Nelson accepted.
Petition from residents along Oak
A Sail on Crater Lake.
Academy Mondav with a fair attendance. Boston and an assortment front all parts car Friday gave him a special mission
A numlier ot non residents will arrive dur tor our energetic P. M., A. J. Florey.
there in regard to some of the company’s street in regard to extending a water
This great work is now represented in Klamath Star.]
ing the wee*. Five sisters will be in charge
pie down Oak street to city limits: our town by some Portland gentlemen,
The subject is being discussed by the far land matters.
The Fountains arrived Monday from
of tbe school this year.
The public school opened Mondav in the referred to water committee.
mers, to a great extent, as to whether they
and the citizens of Ashland will be en Crater lake, Seven-mdeand Spring creek.
Thos. Hopwood, an old and respected can raise wheat at 48 cents, oats at 30 cents $15,000 school house with Prof. Narregan
Petition, asking council to take some abled as suliscribers for the Oregonian to A party from Jackson county have a dug-
pioneer, died at the residence of Mrs. E. per bushel and barley at 70 cents per hun principal, N. A. Jacobs vice-principal, the steps to have Ashland creek cleared of obtain this magnificent library of 28
Ross last Friday morning, and was buried dred and live, and exchange 6l> pounds of two Misses Griffith, the two Misses Sackett the drift wood and rubbish therein ; re quarto volumes, as a gift, under certain ; oui 24-feet long for sailing on the lake,and
I it is described as very “rocky.” Though
in the Jacksonville cemetary Saturday. good clean wheat for 38 pounds unsacked as teachers. Prof Rigby’s business college ferred to water committee.
conditions. What these conditions are provided with a keel, it has no rudder
He leaves two married daughters, Mrs. T. or 34 pounds sacked of flour. The farmers opened with about 30 pupils.
McKenzie and Mr*. E. Ross. Mr. Hop look very blue. Since my last most of the
and is propelled by paddling.
The Baptist pulpit here is now ably
wood had arrived at the advanced age of farmers have threshed in the Butte creek filled. Rev. T. H. Stephens, recently of street made by city surveyor was canvass. We bespeak for these gentlemen : and rocks, so that people have to sit verv
88 years, 11 months and 18 days.
Sacramento, is our new pastor and with his
'quietly. When finished, however, it will
well as’ expected.
Leibly and Forbes, representatives of ! be a much more agreeable boat. It is
interesting wife have already endeared committee.
Last Monday a quiet wedding wa*
About four weeks ago W. B. Dailey, aged themselves with the congregation which is
The need of keeping the city hall in a this work, are stopping at the “Hotel I thrilling to sail under walls of rock ris-
solemnized nt the residence of Mr. and
Mrs- F. Luy. Rev Robt. Ennis officiating. 78. put out fire on Trail creek to burn the largest in members and influence of the cleaner ami better condition being before Oregon” and may be consulted any day ! ing two thousand feet apparently straight
the council for consideration, it was during the hours of 12—2 ami G—9 p. m. ■ up into the blue skv. But sailing there
The contracting parties were William
G. W. Galloway and family have been en moved and carried that the sum cf $2.50
Clark, formerly of the Willamette Farmer, them from an approaching tire that was
with the conception of a great volcano
but now a job printer of Salem, and Mi*s
be charged and collected by the marshal
i once leaving its home there must be aw
l-aura l.uy, a charming young lady of this him he fought against it until he became pies a responsible ¡»osition in a leading for the use of the city from anv parties
place The couple were attended by Miss exhausted when he fell and burned his Portland firm. In company with bis friend, for any occupancy of the city hall, to the Klanigth river.stop at Hotel Pokegama, ful. The mountain with its bellv full of
Minnie Bybee of Jacksonville and Mr. hands very badly, and last Saturday night Mr Browne, they rode from Portland to which the public generally are invited. located opposite the railroad track on the lava, steam and gas, once crouched and
Frank Hodgkins of Salem. We join with he attempted to cross Rogue river in a skiff Medford on bicvcles, making the trip in
banks of the river and conducted by Mrs. shivered awhile in its tattered garments
their numerous friends in wishing them and it is supposed that be became dizzy four days. They start home the last of (This fee is for the purpore of paving a E. K. Brightman, than whom there is no of gray, then suddenly left its cold bed
janitor to keep it clean. Public assemblies better landlady on the coast. Just the place and flew skyward with a shriek and roar
n happy and prosperous journey.
HICH we are prepared to give you very low
French in the woods in a delirious state,
Tbe city water tank pump is kept run- alwavs dirty the room, but never clean it for summer tourists; fine bathing, boating I that made the windows of heaven rattle
Right or Wrong.
ningdav and night now by Engineers E. G. up afterward.]
prices on, Especially in Quantities. . Big As
and echo through all creation! Oh what
ly after arrival at the house he suffered a Hurt and H. E. Baker. A dam has been
the hotel; a fine cool breeze blows up the a chasm to sail in!
Which will ye have? It does seem as if f paralvtic stroke rendering him almost placed
of Camper’s Supplies and Picnic Goods.
in Bear creek making a head-works
river. First-class accommodations.
some folk* prefer to have the last condition i speechless. Mr. F. sent the next day for to keep a good flow of water in the city Electric Light Co, street lights for^
of the liver rather than the first. They per ■ Mr. Howlett to come for him. and he is ditch supplying the water tank and thus in
Send your job printing to the Record
August ..................................... T
We also have a nice line of Wood and Willow ware.
New stock Iceland halibut and other va
petually dose themselves with purgatives i now at his home with Mr. H. m a bad con- suring a fair pressure in the water works in Geo W Smith, salary for August . 50 OO rieties of fish at Crocker Grocery Co
-office; quick work; lowest rates.
totally without virtue as alterative of liver • dition.
D ick ,
Ira C Dodge, same.'............. ...........
case of a fire these dry times.
trouble. Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters is the
Eagle Point, Sept. 5.1892.
Milton Berry,recorder's fees for Aug 51 65
All the leading brands of Cigars and Tobacco. And the
Tbe Jacksonville branch railroad had an H
successful candidate for the people's choice,
C Myer, water pipe and fixtures
Do You Wane a Stand
and yet, popular and well known as it is.
largest and best selected stock of Books and Sta
full speed with a heavy 8. P. freight car F Wm Nelson, labor on streets..
there are unfortunates »ho keep on trying In the grove during the soldiers and sailors in
tbedrastic remedies of former days. It’is to reunion? If so. you can rent one by ap
tionery te be found in the county.
brakes refused to work. The little en J O Allen, surveying for city....
the intelligent portion nt the public that the plying to Col.' James Norris, district air
gine was unequal to the occasion and tbe A E Matson, blacksmithing
well known and long tried properties of tbe quartermaster.
J Kaiser, printing
momentum of the freight car pushed the J E W
Bitters appeal. Reason should be guided
inaterialfor water works
Nice Line of Japanese Goods and Fancy Articles, and
clear through the yard and bead- D L Alnutt,
bv experience in the matter of medication.
Last Friday night while the men were engine
••The best guide to our feet is the lamp of attending campmeeting and Mrs. Briscoe
E F Loomis, labor on streets............
; the Complete List of Oregon School Books.
It required four hours to get things T
experience." said a great patriot ot the early and two daughters went to bed at their estate.
K Bolton, medicine for charity
revolutionary period, and the exclamation borne at Williams creek, a fire was dis went clean through into Eagle Point county Phil Powell, cleaning rubbish from
is pregnant with truth. For over a third of covered behind the stove. It was put out
creek........................................... - •
33FWe Guarantee Bottom Prices.
H Williams and others, labor.........
a century tbe Bitters daily has met with the and thev returned to bed. In a little while was a false alarm.
endorsement of people suffering from liver the wbo'le house was ablaze. Mrs. Briscoe,
complaint, malaria, constipation, rheuma who is verv ill. was taken from the house vou cannot do any better than go to the
tism, debility and troubles accompanied by in her bed, which was the only th ngs Main and Church street restaurant of Mr.
^^"^"1 ?o |
The fire had undoubtedly re and Mrs. J. R. ’1 dzer, where everything is Jacob Bowman;
dyspepsia. Latterly it ha* declared itself saved.
and l>een thoroughly approved as a remedy kindled itsely from under the floor i»e|iind neat and attractive and where the heathen
an ! Israel Har- i
for “la grippe."
Ch nese have nothing to do with th? Uoua* . . .is
Rodgers, George Jones
j J d
Vsed in Millions of Homes—40 Years the Standard.
The Rzcoao gets all the news
At 0. H. BLOUNTS
Dr. Geo. W. Williams,
Sept. 9th and
I Oth PORTLAND ACADEMY.
$1000 IN GOLD
PFe carry Coon $ Co.’s fine white shirts and collars
and cu ffs. They are the finest in the market.
O. H. BLOUNT
Medical and Surgical
OPERA HOUSE GROCERY
Style and Price to Suit the Times to a “T.”
lowest, way down.
We are just in receipt of some Large
D. L. MINKLER & SON,