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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1894)
Water Right Sold to City.
The West Ashland Ditch Co. have
made arrangements with the Ashland
city council whereby they will give the
city a deed to their water right, etc., in
consideration of $3400 to lie paid to the
city in water rents from the city water
works within the next eight years, mak-
ing $72 worth of water for the 34 share
owners in tbe ditch company; all these
privileges to cease after July 1, 1902.
The West Ashland Ditch Co. have a
water right of 100 inches, and 25 inches
during the low water mark of the waters
of Ashland creek. Their water right is
35 years old and their ditch supplied
Ashland w ith its water for years until the
city water system was built, and has ever
since supplied tbe stockholders of the
company with the water they consumed.
The city council will have the deed made
out and signed in a short while.
This is a very important matter and
we hope tho members of the citv council
have investigated the matter thoroughly
and completely with all the probable anil
possible contingencies that may arise.
There are so many people ready to mon
key the public that our city dads should
look into all tbe phases of the situation
THE PULLMAN BOYCOTT.
Green Aphis in Douglas County.
A large number of farmers were in town
Saturday, and as a consequence “the
little green bugs in the wheat” were dis
cussed thoroughly. Opinions concern
ing them differed greatly, and while
some thought the wheat crop would be
ruined by the insects, others were of the
opinion that their visitation would result
in no injury. The insects are provided
with wings, which they are using to good
effect ¡ d some sections, inasmuch as they
are flying away from the wheat field as
soon as their wings are fully matured.
It appears that no damage has thus far
resulted, but how so many bugs can be on
a head of wheat without causing more or
less damage is more than they can
understand, and consequently they con
tend that later in the season the damage
caused by the bugs will show itself. The
following letter is self explanatory:
S tate E xperiment S tation .
C orvallis , O r ., June 21.
D. S. K. B uick , Roseburg, Or.—Dear
Sir: Your favor of the 16th has been re
ferred to me for answer. The insects you
send are the grain aphis (aphis evenal), and
it has occasionally proved a very bad pest
in eastern states. If not checked by late
rains, which is not likely, or by minute
parasites, which is quite possible, it may
increase to such an extent as to prevent
grain from maturing, and hence be very
As regards remedies, there is no practical
remedy which can be applied now. Spray
ing the wheat with a weak kerosene emul
sion will kill them, but it is hardly to be
thought of in a large acreage. But as soon
as the wheat is harvested burn all the stub
ble and straw and litter weeds and waste in
or upon the fields.
F. L. W ashburn .
Frank H Meeker et al to Ella MeJynski—
q c d to 8.38 acres tp 37 s, r 1 w; $800.
T P Kahler to Jas M McDonough—q c d
to w of n e % of sec 19 tp 36 s, r 2 w; $400.
Robt Kahler to Jas McDonough—w % of
n e Ji sec 19 tp 36 s. r 2 w ; $1.
Dan’l F Fisher to Jas McDonough—q c n
to Fort Lane ledge sec 19 tp 37 s.r 2 w; $1.
Henry Klippel to same—q c d deed to
Clarence D'Kellogg to Geo H Haskins—
lot 3 and >4 of lot 2 blk 11, Medford; $190.
Max Pracht to C M Armburst—4 acres tp
39 s, r 1 e; $2400.
JnoG Crump to Rachael Johnson—400
acres sec 10 tp 37 s, r 1 e: )2000.
C W Palm to Louisa Lowrey—lot 9 blk 32
J E Pelton, sheriff, to Helms, Ammer
man, et al—sheriff's deed to parcel of land
in Ashland, also undivided J4 interest in ir
rigating ditch; $1500.
Michael Chavner et al to Henry E Barn
hart—lot 6 blk 32, Gold Ilill; $35.
J W Merritt, trustee, to G W l’riddy—lots
7 and 8 blk 3. Central Point; $100.
Max Muller to A W Sturgis— w J4 of w U
of sec 5 tp 38 s, r 3 w; $200.
G W Priddv to Mark P Welch—lots 7, 8
blk 3, Central Point; $300.
U 8 patent to Dillard Martin -40 acres sec
2 tp 35 s. r 2 w.
J H Stewart to D B Hid—administrator’s
deed to 160 acres see 22 td 37 s, r 1 w; $3000.
Constantine Magruder, trustee, to J W
Merritt, trustee—trustee’s deed to prop
erty in Central Point.
J E I’elton, sheriff, to Johanna Houck—
sheriff’s deed on foreclosure to 4.8 acres in
Ashland, and to property in tps 39 and
The Hand Begins to Play and the
Geo. Neuber was up from Jacksonville
First Hound of a Great Tie-Up and Tuesday.
Battle Begun--No Trains for Several
ASHLAND, O r .,..T hursday , June 28. 1891
Lew Wasserman, “that drummer,” was
in town this week.
Millinery, cheap, neat and fashionable, at
PERSONAL ANI» SOCIAL.
Geo. M. Pullman has been having trouble
with his men at the shops in Pullman, near Mrs. L. A. Millsap’s.
Chicago. He owns the town and the homes
SPRAINS, BRUISES, SWELLINGS, BURNS.
Miss Effie Armitage is home from Pacific
Go to G. W. Vaupel’3 Shaving Parlor.
of his employes. He runs it on the pro college,
at Forest Grove.
gram of tne “company store” racket, by
T. A. Hayes has returned from a trip to
Rev. J. S. Smith went to Grants Pass and
which when all accounts are settled the
man will still be owing Pullman,“the philan Canby, near Portland, Tuesday.
E. W. Carver, of Phoenix, was doing
thropist.” Pullman’s scheme will make
W. W. Walters returned yesterday from
actual white slaves of his employes if he a California
W. H. Leeds end wife are paying San
J. Q. Willets was in Ashland Sunndy re
Franci-ico a short visit.
The American Railway Union has turning homeward to Lakeview
Theo. Pohle. the tailor, went over to
sprung up as a federation of the multitude
Yreka yesterday to work at bis trade.
of smaller unions and is now an immense O. J. Seeley's horse Clatawa won a special
power of organized railroad men and the trot at Salem Thursday, his best time be
Wm. Lyttleton, the railroad section boss
UR AIM is to compound accurately, to keep none but
effect is like this: The separate 44 states I ing 2:27J4.
of Cole's, spent a few days in town this
in the U. 8. could not do much with a
Health demands a healthy liver. Take
the purest and best drugs, and by courteous treatment
foreign foe. but as a nation they can stand Simmons Liver Regulator for dyspepsia
Jack Mehan is taking a short trip through
pat and lick the world. Hence a wrong and indigestion.
and reasonable prices, meet the conditions and wants of all
Siskiyou county looking at country resi
perpetrated on a laborer way back in
Illinois is a wrong perpetrated on every i There were about 20 unemployed in Ash
doing business with us.
laborer in the whole nation and the cap land last evening, northward bound. Help
Don’t ruin your digestive organs with
E. A. SHERWIN.
italist class must so recognize it.
pills and purgatives. Take Simmons Liver
Last evening’s train out of Portland ar
rived in Ashland on time. It was reported structing a barn for H. C. Messenger, near
Claiborne Neil returned Tuesday from a
JLSULJLJSTZD ZOZR/UGr OOMPANY.
that it would be tied up here, but the rail-I ! the planing mill.
jneeting of the Southern Methodist confer
ence in Douglas county.
Real merit is characteristic of Hood’s
to do anything without official orders. The Sarsaparilla, and is manifested every day in
Ask your Dentist about Sherwin Pearl White Tooth
Jas. Adams and T. B. Blanton have gone
The good ladies of the W. C. T. U. made
the remarkable cures the medicine acconi-
to the Siskivous, where Adanis will mine another
lunge at the saloon business in
for the Sterling company.
Last evening’s train from San Francisco |
Ashland before the city council Monday
Be sure and buv a half-fare ticket for
The Misses Duncan and their Portland evening the putting in of a magnificently was tied up and will not arrive in Ashland
Ashland during the special rate allowance.
friends, Misses Haidee and Ida Black, are arranged saloon in the most prominent to-day.
• You will be compelled to pay full fare on
home from their midwinter fair trip.
place in town especially raising their ire.
San Francisco, June 27.—No train ser ' the train.
Geo. A. Jackson, the well-known water
both their own and the 7th Day vice out of Oakland or San Francisco to- i Robt. Lucas, of the Willamette valley,
melon man and county assessor elect of (breaking
Card of Thanks.
Adventists Sabbath) and Monday—they night. “No Pullmans, no trains.” so S. was in Ashland Saturday, closing the deal
Jackson county, was in Ashland Monday. secured
113 remonstrators. When the P. managers say. Every indication of a whereby he purchased ’ the David Allen
We desire toexpress our sincere thanks
Butler Walker and family and Mrs. W. council met C. B Watson appeared for the protracted fight.
farm of 114 acres at Yolo.
to our numerous friends who have so
A. Walker and family came in from Sprague applicants and Judge Howell and the W. C.
Ix» Angeles —Pullman boycott has
kindly assisted us during our late sad be
R. L. Blackbum and wife, of Canyonville,
river yesterday for a visit among relatives. T. U. ladies for remonstrators. The peti tied up all overland trains at thia point,
were stopping at the Ashland House this
W m . and M ary W iley .
Dr. Parson was at Gold Hill yesterday more than required, and one by one Judge both 8. P. and Santa Fe.
week. Thev are a newly married pair, the
Point, June 25, 1894.
paying his friedd. Dr. R. Prvce, a visit. Howell’s technicalities against granting the
Chicago.—Grand Trunk, B. & C.,
We are pleased to note that Dr. Pryce is license went to grass. At last the dear
Manon Route, Wabash and Wisconsin
Whatever may be the cause of blanch
improving in health.
We have no prices for Millinery now, so to
ladies begged Judge Howell to quit before Limited tied up.
T. F. Chapman, the mining man, return be had finished his argument. And thus
speak. The very latest Spring and Summer
St. Paul.—N. P. only road bo far af- nal color by the u«e of that potent remedy
T. A. Haves, Emnia Ewan, Nellie Ewan,
ed Tuesday from a visit with his family at again the prayers and piety of the ladies
MONS—At Willow Creek, June 19,
Hall’s Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer.
Bertha Colton, Lora Colton, Hattie Glea CUM
Oakland. Cai., his son accompanying 'him who have tbe welfare of the young men at fected.
Novelties in Hats, Flower?, Ribbons, Laces
1891, to Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Gammons, an
Helena, Mont.—N. P. tied up, main
Capt. W. A. Reed, father of Hon. A. W. son, Alice Sutton and A. A. Beebe.
to spend the summer.
heart was knoaked out by tbe ruthless city
and Feathers are being sold at any price.
Reed, of Gardiner, was accidentally killed
and cold city fathers. The W. C. T. and branch.
Committee on arrangements—
Mrs. Carpenter, a sister of H. 8. and Sam laws
Chicago.—At a late hour it is an- last Wednesday by falling down a flight of
U. have never taken a trick in contests
F. H. Carter, W. A. Patrick, Mrs. I). K.
Evans of this city, who has been visiting against
the saloons, but whenever one nonneed that the engineers of five Chi steps which resulted in breaking bis neck. Hyde, Chas. H. Gillette, G. F. Billings, E,
them for the past five weeks, returned saloon fights
another saloon they invar cago roads would be ordered out tomor-
The president Thursday appointed the V. Mills, Fred Wagner.
home to Placerville, Cal., Friday.
iably knock them out. The ladies don’t raw. The roads are Sante Fe, B. & O., following
postmasters: Thus. J. Craig, Eu Music—C. F. Shepherd, T. K. Bolton. F.
M. Mickleson and wife will return soon understand how it is that the attack of the
St. Paul & Kansas City, North gene, Oregon; Jas, B. Crossen, The Dalles, G. Strange. Mrs. C. F. Shepherd. Millie
from Oakland, Cal. Henry Chapman in Godly availeth naught and the attack of Chicago,
Oregon; Stephen R. Green, Oregon City, Or. Giddings, N. H. Clayton.
western and Illinois Central.
forms us that Mike has been practically the un-Godly availeth so much.
cured of his cancer by Dr. Burke.
Bent Kingsbury, the Applegate rancher,
Co. D Scrutinized.
Oakland.—No trains out of Oakland assigned yesterday for the benefit of his
A Reward Offered.
Frank Applegate and family are visiting
Lieut. C. W. Robbin, of Salem, was with Pullmanj attached. Supt. Wilder creditors. J. E. Pelton was appointed as
his father for a few days this week. He
His assets are about $3700; liabil-
District Attorney James F. Lodge has
has quit Josephine county for good, and down last Tuesday to inspect Company will this afternoon precipitate a crisis by signee.
offered a reward of $100 for the arrest and
D. The boys turned out in force and insisting that Pullmans goon trains.
will go to California to carve out a home.
People who take part in the “parade of conviction of the partv or parties who
Myer’s Block, Opposite the
Chicago.—Four engineers of C. & N.
Harry J. Van Horn, of the E. J. Bowen went through tbe various convolutions
horribles" are requested to meet at Granite murdered Charles Spence on or about the
Odd Fellows’ block.
Seed Co., arrived Sunday accompanied by in the plaza. The inspecting officer was discharged at noon for inducing switch hall
at 1 o'clock sharp, and be fully rigged 1st of June last. The reward holds good
his wife, formerly Miss Georgia Miller, to highly pleased with the boys* proficien men to boycott Pullman. This opens
And we are determined to Sacrifice the Pret
he finest assortment of
remain in Ashland some time visiting rela cy. After inspection evcrvbodv repaired the great battle.
.Unique Designs, the Best and Most
tiest Millinery ever introduced on this Coast
It will be remembered that the body
tives and friends.
to Granite hall and rubbed wax into the
Artistic Workmanship, a New and Entire
The N. P. overland that went out of
An effort is being made by the printers of the deceased was fonnd in the Klamath
to gain our point. Call and see us.
Thos. McAndrews, one of the solid and punclieons in that vivacious manner that Portland wsb tied up at Ellensburg. The who
were “let out” of the Oregonian office river, near Shovel creek, along the first Stock to select from.
substantial property owners of Medford, showed their huge enjoyment. Lieut.
spent the past week visiting old-time Ash Roblin went north on last evening’s Washington militia that started out for to start a morning newspaper in that city. of the preBent month. Investigation re
expect to be able to make the first vealed the fact that he had been shot
land friends. The R ecord office was listed train, and will inspect the company to encampment have been ordered to They
If you wish Neat and Attractive
issue by the first of July.
through the head with a rifle or pistol, Headgear,
lor a pleasant visit.
give me a ca'.l.
An Indian mail carrier between Sawyer’s and it is supposed that his death occurred
Misses Edna and Mamie Allen are out
Bar, Siskiyou countv. and the Indian reser about the first of June, as he bud been
MISS SADIE OBER.
from Albany on a visit to old friends, Mrs.
vation at Hoopa, Humboldt county, was missing Bi nee that tinap,
Gov. Pennoyer pardoned six more
J. H. McBride and children. Miss Susie
Grant Ornr.e struck a rich pay shute in held
Or., June 28,1891.
up Tnesday of last week by a lone
Martin will return with them and spend convicts Tuesday, among them beim; a ledge he is prospecting on Foots creek.
highwayman and robbed.
the summer with the Allen family at James Hard, sentenced a year ago to 15
Ed. Scheffelin, who was out prospecting
J. 8. McClure, of Topeka, Kansqs, lias
years for manslaughter committed on
Capt. John W. Siemens, a prominent cit Butte creek 20 years ago- also S. F. Stein’s mountain, has returned and is been giving this section a good looking into
and is so well pleased that he has made up
izen of Klamath Falls, and the gallant cap Murphy who received one year for em prospecting on Sikes creek.
tain of Cavalry Troop B, was on Sunday’s bezzling $4119 as city treasurer of Baker
The mine of Mrs. Ross and Miller his mind to move to Ashland as soon as he
train, returning home from the A. O, U. City, He was a son-in-law of Hon. A. Manry, on Blackwell hills, turned out a disposes of his property in Topeka.
W. grand lodge at Portland, and a confer C. Jones.
The Southern Pacific Railroad Company
fine brick from Davis’s mill. Tbe seven
ence with the militiamen of the state.
is going to take tbe old-fashioned bell-cori)
tons of quqrtz brought them $1200.
from its trains and in its place ^fil be 4
The numerous friends of Bro. Nixon, of
Overflow Dinner on tl>e Fourth.
M ain S treet , O pposite P laza .
T. B. Blanton left for Hungary creek small whistle to warn the engineer, to stop
|lie Yreka Journal, were unable to break
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will be Tuesday to work in the 8. p. Taylor & This may be sounded by pressing a button.
the strong cabal that controlled the Cal
ifornia republican state convention fo prepared to feed tbe hungry that the Co. quartz mine. This firm will pqt a
IF-A-IITTS, ZP-A-IJSTTEIRS’ TOOLS,
In the case of E. O. Carson vs, the State
secure his nomination for state printer, hotels and restaurants cannot supply quartz mill pp on their ledge tfa(s sum- Insurance
Company, in Lane county, for
JJro. Nixon was the second man in the with food. Hot coffee qnd tea, hot veg fiw-
*1.000 on two policies, Judge Fullerton non
WALL PAPER. GLASS. ETC.
etables and meats, fresh fruits and all
suited Carson simply on the ground that
Miss Kate De Peatt returned home Fri
day from Monmouth, where she graduated dinner. At the grove. Dinner 25 cents. on Blackwell hills, have $2000 worth of of his loss.
B uilding P apers , W rapping P apers and T wines . ARTISTS’ MATERIALS.
gold in the quartz on their dump taken
with high honors this year from the Oregon
Soda SpringB Sparks.
State Normal School. ’ Miss Kate is receiv
Myrtle Creek, reports the wheat iq th#»
ing the congratulations of her many friends
Dr. Bradley, of Roseburg, visited Tolman tunneling from one shaft to another.
section infected with the greuu aphrs He
for her enterprise in gaining such high springs recently.
W. J, Stanley came up yesterday from thinks that ttje aa,«iy sown grain will
standing in (ducation,
Jno Taylor is over assisting Mr. Shep the Homestake mine at Woodville owned no| suffer, but that late wheat will be in
Mrs. Leland Stanford, the widow of the herd in cutting a water ditch.
by himself and Ashland parties, bringing jured by the pest.
great railroad magnate and U. 8. senator,
Miss Laura Wells, who has been very ill 52 ounces of amalguin as a result of 25
Henry Dean, chief engineer of the New
has been stopping at Siskiyou for several recently, is recovering, much to the joy of
tons run of fheir mill.’ The mill will South Wales government railrofttj, A ust
days In her private cqr aqd eft me flown to her many friends.
Ashland attached to Iqst evening's passen Q. F. Godfrey, oi the Douglas county start up again on the 5th of July for a tralia, is stopping at the Depot hotel, hav
ing been taken .tick while traveling. D. W.
ger, returning this morning. She is out bank,
and wife, are up from Roseburg longer run. The ore at tbe present loca Cqoley, division superintendent of the
recuperating from business cares.
spending a few days’ at the Tolman springs.
Shasta route, is taking care of him.
mill $12 per ton and the ledge at (hat
Max Pracht is in transit to Denyer to at
The People’s party club of this place niet point is 2)4 feet wide. With < good 5-
It is reported that V. L. Arrington, who
tend the meeting of the National League of last Saturday evening and resolved to keep
now undergoing imprisonment in the
Republican clubs. Jt is reported that Max up tjie orgahizatiqq. Tl,e club is q strong stanip milfand concentrator the Home is
raised the expenses of bis trip by a sub, oqe.'and expects |d dg effective work for stake rpine would be a splendid dividend penitentiary at Salem for the larceny of
puUlio iqnds while serving as treasurer at
scription among townpeople, which indi the party between now and '96.
this county, will tfiis week be pardoned Bp
cates that Max is a dandy in his line. It
Governor l’ennoyer.-Roseburg piatndealer, i
js also said that some people think Max
Medfqrd J terns.
VVtl| succeed in arresting the rainboiy,
Wanted—Putins Canvasser qf good ad-'
E, P. Thompson, a paining man of
“foreign capital," anfl bring it back to Ore A. J. McLaed was in Ashland this week Grants Pass, who is now stayipg at th® dress..
Liberal salary and •—
gon with bw.
St. Charles, in speaking of gogthern C|re- paid
Johnny Farris has returned front Siski gon ipiqfp, «hid yesterday; ‘‘There is a
A sensationaLfight over the estate of
you county, Cal,
great deal of activity in mining H«"«»--
Patrick Hughes of San Jose is immir
The graduates of the Ashland high school
,._. ob classes
Mr. Anderson and daughter of Klamath just now, and manv"
pent. He U not dead yet but is an iui«
of 1891, ’92. '93 and ’94 are requested
to meet at the high school building Friday,
becile and is dying, 'iffie estate is valued and brother, Geo, E, Anderaou. a
..voBiOle during tl.e winter, be May 29th, at 7:30 p. m., for the purpose of
at *26.000 or more. It appears that he They brouglit in a »««•
cause of the depth of the snow, are being 1 organizing an Alumni association.
was divorced about ten year« ago, and
—« vi lake trout.
cleaned up for the summer run. Pros
his daughted Mary, ar«^ 00
T. A. H ayes .
Wm. Robison returned to- day with his pectors aie just as numerous as in former
went with family to Pokegama, where Bill has a good years, and no complaints are heard of
Lee Chung, the Chinese laundryman. re
her motner to Mexico and manifested job with the lumber company, having
I the country having been prospected out.
last Monday from a year and a half
little affection toward her father until worked with them faithfully for years. A large amount of development work is turned
visit to the fatherland. He had some
recently, when it was reported that he
' being done, and with very satisfactory trouble in making the inspectors believe
Wfta dying, ¡■the then returned and lav of July.
Tbe Bone-of-Contention, a that he was the same man that went away.
The bicycle race between Lyle Rice and I splendid prospect located 18 miles south He says he had a “belly good time" among
ished attention upon her father. This
Parker from Jacksonville to Medford
displeased the second wife and they Geo.
on the county road, 5 miles, was won by east of Grants Pass, has been sold bv
Emil Peil, blacksmithing, horse-shoeing,
quarreled until Miss Hughes threatened Parker; time 16 minutes, 8 seconds. Rice Messrs. Boothe, Smith and others to
of every description. First-class work
to throw Mrs. Hughes No. 2 out of the was in the lead, but at the half-way station E. Huntington. A force of men are at etc.,
and satisfaction guaranteed. _ The old
window unlea she desisted in employing struck a snag that floored him. Parker work developing the property. The Hunsaker .shop near depot. Give him a
spies to watch her. Judge Lorigan has then went to the front and was way ahead. Golden Eagle, in the Williams creek dis call»
trict, recently had a clean-up. Some 80
made an order that Mias Hughes may
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Godfrey went out to
tone of ore were run through, and averag
springs a tew days since for the ben
visit lwr father four hours each day un
Estate of Geo Meagerly; inventory and ed $20 per ton. The famous Hammersly Tolman
GRAND Semi-Annual Clearance Sale of Summer
of the latter’s health. Mrs. Godfrey has m
appraisement filed and approved; property mine, at Jump-Off-Joe, is being operated efit
been in poor health for some time, and her
consisting of fine summer coats, extra fine tailor
appraised at $3937.50.
by the man who discovered it, and the many friends will hope that the change will
Lucky Bart and Ashland properties are result in her regaining her health.—Rose made clothing, a magnificent line of balbriggan underwear, fine white, colored and negligee overshirts, men s and boys’
sale of real estate.
Mrs. N. Langell is visiting relatives at
“Placer claims everywhere are being
Red Bluff, Cal.
Fifty cents is a small doctor bill, but that hats, shoes, &c., &c.
Charles Klein and Harrison Grey
with good results. The Wyman, is all it will cost you to cure any ordinary
Henry Pape and wife, of Corvallis, Fiske are the joint authors of a new worked
Waldo, Simmons and Cameron & Ennis case of rheumatism if you will use Cham
arrived during the week and will remain
play called * ‘The District Attorney. ’ ’ A claims, on Galice creek, are proving good berlain’s Pain Balm. Try it and you will
for an indefinite period.
contract has just been entered into by A producers, the outputs thus far being be surprised at the prompt relief it affords.
Miss Carrie Kent and little sister ar
Commenced this Great Sale one month earlier than usual on account of the season being back-
fully up to the expectations of their sev The first application will quiet the pain. % - t
rived here Tuesday from Washington and M. Palmer to produce it in New York eral owners. There are many men scat 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Ashland
|l O V O ward, and our stock of summer goods being so extensive.
But our loss will be your gain,
will remain for some time
tered up and down the various creeks Drug Company.
The S. P. has reduced its rate on beef cat can all procure your Fourth of July outfit this season at a reasonable price. You should by
„ no means miss
C. C. Beekman, wife and daughter,
who are devoting all their time to wash
Miss Carrie, have returned home from
ing out bars. It is not very profitable tle from Shasta valley. The rate from Mon tunity, When you buy from us you do not have to pay other .persons’ bills, as we do not sell one dollai s woi th on line.
The S. P. will sell half-fare tickets for business, but several of them have told tague to Sacramento has been reduced from
the east after almost a years’ absence.
the 4th of July all along their route. me that they intend to stick to it, if they $68.75 per carload to $55. a reduction of $13. Seasons before we were like other merchants who sell goods on time.
XVe had to charge you a high pi ice in ok ei to
Miss Sarah Berry has returned home Tickets will be sold from and including
Chat Casedy shipped four carloads from
from Grants Pass, where she has been July 2d to noon of the 4th, and will be only realize 50 cents per day, until Presi there last week to Poley, Heilborn & Co of make up our loss on the next man who never paid.
and then oome and see us an< \\< " 1
dent Cleveland ceases to reside at the San Francisco and received from $12 to $44
visiting her sister, Mrs. N. Delamater.
good to and including July 6th. Get White house; then they will look for per head.
show you the finest stock of clothing in Southern Oregon.
C. H. Pierce and wife left for their yourself a ticket, as the pay on the cars something more profitable.”
home at Seattle, Wash., Saturday after a will be at regular fare rates.
resort and mineral baths, Mrs. A. W.
few weeks’ sojourn in Rogue river valley.
Cure for Crippled Children.
Angle, proprietor. Baths 50 cents each
Lou Wasserman, the popular repre
The National Surgical Institute, No. 319 all round. Board and lodging $8 per
Bush St., San Francisco, successfully treats week. Vapor baths free to guests of
sentative of Rosenfeldt, Smith & Co., of
F. T. Fradenburgh, Prop.
Men’s fine laundrisd dress shirts, from
Mens’ A 1. $3 dreBS shoes reduced to $2.
all cases of orthopaedic surgery. One or hotel«
Portland, spent several days here this
Boys’ knee pants, worth 50c, selling now
Geo A Jackson. Beagle S
I K Bradford, mine
the Depot Hotel, Ashland. Tuesday, July
for 25c per pair.
10, one day only, to examine cases. The
Good line men’s working gloves, worth
Married at the M. E. camp-ground, L E Hoover, Medford L H Lewton <fc wf
Boys’ cotton pants, worth 75c to $1 pair,
$1, reduced to 50c. per pair.
June 21, 1894, by Rev. W. B. Moore.
Those who have used Dr. King's New
N Luckey, City
W O Hilbish.SanJose of curvature of the spine, diseases of the
Belling now for 50c.
Men’s fine suspenders, regular price 50c.
Lewis H. Newton and Miss Lulu A. W
know its value, and those who
E D Ivory, Oakland W »1 Flannagan, G P hip and knee joints, crooked limbs and Discovery
Boys’summer sailor suits, worth $1.50,
Bert Case, Sams Vai J H Adler, do
bodily deformities as well as piles, fistula, it Free. Call on the advertised Druggist
closing out 75c per suit.
Men’s washable summer coats, worth #1,
Miss Anna Orth has gone to San Fran W P Smith, Portland R D Hawkins. Duns nasal catarrh and all chronic diseases has and get a Trial Bottle, Free. Send your
Boys’ suits up to 18 years, coat, pants
W F Bangasser, S F made for the Institute a national reputa name and address to 11. E. Bucklen <t Co.,
cisco for a visit and will be accompanied R B Williamson'
and vest reduced to $4 per suit.
Men’s fine washable summer coats and
Angeles E E Sayles. Steinman tion, Write for circular.
Chicago,and get a sample box of Dr. King’s
on her return by Mrs. E. Wilkinson, of Lieut C E Los
Boys’ good solid shoes, worth $1.50 pair,
New Life Pills, Free, as «¡ell as a copy of
reduced to $1 pair.
Salem C J Saylor, S F
Central Point; Mrs. E. DePeatt, Ashland: Guide to Health and Household Instructor
Men’s black summer coats, worth $2.50,
Misses good substantial $1.50 shoes re
Miss Valene Kubli, who has been at
reduced to $1.50 each.
Lew Wassrman, Port M Scheydecker, Port Governor E P. Ferry, Olympia; Judge T. good and cost you nothing. Ashland Drug
duced to $1 per pair.
20 men’s very neat worsted Buits, worth
tending school in Portland during the G
E Neuber, do
L. Davidson, Salem, and hundreds of Company.
Hwrrv Witt, 8 F
Boys’ fancy negligee shirts red. to 25c.
past year, will return home this week to Henry Hellinger,
M P Gleeson,
Boys’ fine quality negligee shiris, worth
25 men’s beautiful summer suits— gray,
spend the vacation.
75c and $1, ail reduced to 50c each.
Broadhead all wool dress goods at Vau-
Southern Kansas has been visited by
brown, dark or light—this lot is
W. M. Colvig and wife and Adams
’ summer underwear red. to 25c.
B Ashman. Cinc’nti
Schmidt and wife returned from Port Jack Kirkham,Port A
’ nobby 50c hats reduced to 25c.
W R Glasgow,
were selling them low at $9 to $12.
Walla Walia county, Wash, farmers districts of Oregon and Washington.
land during the week and report a pleas E A Murray, 8 F
An}' quantity men’s underwear reduced
ant visit at the metropolis,
are building granaries to store their
Wm Faber.AlbauyOr N A Ambrose, Port
We have a big line of $13 to $15 suits—
Kings county raisin growers have
wheat in, having no intention of selling
Men’s heavy-ribbed 75c underwear re
O. Harbaugh will leave for San Fran
excellent. All marked down to $10
J A Gross, Portland at harvest, unless prices mend greatly. taken steps to form a protective associ
duced to 50c.
cisco Saturday with 12 head of horses Jno
Jack the Ripper
’s jeans pants 50c up.
which he will dispose of there. He will A S Ward, 8 F
Secretary Tonnesson of the Washing
H Goodman. S F
Men’s heavy $1.50 working shoes re-
drive them as far as Gazelle, then ship T D Drew. Portland F J Bowers, Omaha
50c reduced to 25c.
ton board of horticulture, reports the
Mexican Silver Stove Polish causes no
duced to $1 per pair.
them in a car.
Men’s fine balbriggan underwear, worth
L E Bender.Tolman’s
I Fine line men’s £$2.50 dress shoes—all
Fritz Vanvanderblin- M Scheydecker, Port the apple crop of Skagit county ruined
$1. reduced to 50c.
Miss Bernice Cameron, of Union town,
reduced to $1.50 per pair.
Chas M Meeker. Port
Men’s fine balbriggan underwear, worth
has returned home for the summer vaca
western and southwestern parts of the
Hogan ville > Wm H Jordan wf
I Our $18 ami $20 suits—something grand
tion from Monmouth, where she has been F Ylanlandis >,
San Francisco state two-thirds short on account of un
—all marked down to $15.
Men’s gray summer underwear, regular
She will resume
Steinman i J D Mills, Sac’to
Highest Honors—World's Fair.
J Men’s cotton pants, regular price 75c to
B P Wells, do
Studies there again in September.
$1, reduced to 50c per pair.
Men’s fine negligee overskirts, 25c, 50c,
C Geisler, do
W A Hemphil.Onk’ld
We have a big job in pants, handsome
B. R. Kingsbury, of Uniontown pre W Jackson, S F
75c. All of these linc-B are worth
Well arranged time is a sign of well !
D W Stone. Ashland
patterns, worth $1.50 pair; all down
cinct, has been here several days. He P Kelley, Portland HL Kinney.Bitter c’k ordered mind.
to $1 per pair.
S K Bradford,
has made an assignment, John E. Pelton W A Hensel, do
It is said that over 200,000 books have '
! We have 1000 pair fine wool pants, All
being chosen as the receiver. Mr. Kings- F L Southwick.
Mayfield, Cal R Glandon.do
been written about the Bible.
marked to bargain prices.
burv’s assets are $3600 and his resources C Hopkins,
Men’s derby hats, worth $1 to $1.50, re I <
Seattle Thos James, do
Fine line of dancing pumps—$1.00 and
duced to 50c.
F Hansen. Roche der H L McClane, do
$1.50 per pair.
Very large line of trunks and valises
and Eve once lived in a tent on what is
B B Brownell, S F
Mrs. J. M. McCully arrived home from Lee Minkler A son
now tho site of the temple at Mecca.
San Diego, Cal.. Monday evening for a
A C Rosendale, S F
visit. She is the administratrix of the J L A V Cov,
Joseph Holland will not be a mem
estate of her brother, the late J. Mason, B H Barclay, N Y
C B Benham, do
of Charles Frohman’s forces next
and will return to that city in a short, L L Lane, Ager
season. Mr. Holland has been associated
time to »’tend to business affairs. Miss A Wise, do
Wm Allen, Chicago with the leading parts in the plays pre
Issie and George Merritt went as far as N W Flasig, N Y
( When a boy buyr a suit, shirt, shoes or pants |
E A Buchse, 8 F
C A Laying, 8 F
sented by Frohman’s comedians since
Ashland io meet her,
C W Colton. Port
we give him a neat little cap.
M H Merritt, Port
the formation of that organization.
W A Hemphill, Oak N A Ambrose, Port
O 8 Mason,
W II Flannagan, G P
The New Spring Hats
To dispose of summer skck the Misses Lewis Monday,
Are all adorned with roses. The roses on
Hargrove offer all m llinerv at a discount.
your cheeks can be retained by using
Fra li-s l orn 18c to $2 00.
It clears the blood of inipur
F'overs I om 10c to $1.50.
With or without board. Call at Wm. Parks'Tea.
moves the bowels every day and giyjs A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
It will be o the interest cf those not Nelson’s hoarding and lodging house on ities.
health and strength of the user. Sola by from Ammonia, AJum or any other adullxanh
supplied to _«t pri’es.
E. A. SilZLWix.
49 YÍARS THB STANDARD
TO OUR PATRONS
FOURTH of JULY HATS
Just Given Away
LOTS OF IT.—
«MISS SADIE OBER’S
Thornton Block, Ashland, Or
H. S. EVANS,
SELDOM EQUALED, NEVER EXCELLED.
JACOCS & VIRGIN, Prop s.
THE NATION’S HOLIDAY!
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JULY 4 th , 1894
The day to which we all look ahead as a day of Festivities and Rejoicing
Will Soon be Here,
o . II. BLOUNT has
A IUI IUI IT KI
O. H. BLOUNT
CLOTHIEB AND HATTER, ASHLAND, OREGON.