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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1894)
A Masonic Banquet.
On Wednesday morning tbe home of tbe
P. S. Malcolm, grand maBter of the
bride's parents, Mr. ahd Mrs. W. J. Virgin, Oregon A. F. & A. M., will he in Ash
Masked Ball on Christmas by A. H. Co.
on 1st Avenue, was profusely decorared land Saturday on art official visit. A No. 1.
ASHLAND. O r ...... T bcmdat , Oct. 11.1894 with frazrant flowers and evergreens culled banquet will be given in his honor at
THE NEW STOCK OF
they are no doubt, and the public of
Men’s white dress shirts 70 cents, at The
from Ashland s beautiful gardens, lending
a delightful surrounding to the impressive Hotel Oregon and Mine Host Fraden- Fair.
Ashland aud vicinity are annost hs famil
event that took away to a new home the burg is preparing a superb spread at his
iar with the blazing fact that our stock of
«»EftSONAb AN» SOCIAL.
flower of tbe family.
The ceremony that united Fred M. Drake
S tationehy is a blaze of novelties.
Dress flannel, cashmere, and Manchester 1
E. D. Briggs left today for San Francisco. ¡ and Miss Grace E. Viruln in the holy bonds
matrimony was solemized by Rev. Geo.
Prof. O. H. Rohorts, the California fancies, at The Fair.
C. B. Watson was at Tokegama yesterday ¡ of
including the best manufactured in the
W Black in the presence of members of elocutionist, has organized a class in
W. K. Price, of Tolo, was in this end of
on legal business.
both families and special personal friends Ashland and is meeting with good sue the valley Saturday.
world at this time, in all colors for writ
Mr«. Su-ie Terwilliger is over from Little at 9 o clock a. m., tbe bride looking tbe cess in imparting the art to his pupila.
and drawing purposes. Every stan
Shasta on a visit to her folks.
Millsap’s commission store.
. Duchess silk dress of a greenish shade, Tdereis no finer study than tbe art of year was 32,000 boxes.
make of pen, fine-pointed and stub,
Just arrived, men’s latest style in Fedora I while the groom tn tbe conventional wad- talking and acting properly and tbe
is here too, and a bewildering vista of
aad crushed bats, at The Fair.
: ding suit withstood the happy ordeal as training given by Prof. Roberts will ness trip to Pokegama.
writing papers for every species of corres-
R. P. Fabj, the special insurance agent, , ; proud and brave as a lion. After the in never be forgotten.
pomience, embracing all the very latest
' teresting event tbe wedding party sat down
arrived to-day to visit his wife.
Henrv Rouch and Miss Josie Hayes were
styles and tads at popular prices.
For a flr«t-cla«s shave and hair cut, go to done away with in a lively humor, when
also have a very full line of pads, diaries,
Mrs. L. A. Millsap, tbe enterprising
High A Storey’s, Opposite plaza.
Services at the Presbyterian church next ■
and blank books in all styles and sizes,
the party escorted the happy pair to the
at the usual hours. Preaching by J
at tbe lowest prices.
D-.J 8 Parson went to San Francisco south bound pas-enger train which took milliner, has had Her new store over the Sunday
MRS. L. A. MILLSAP
them to San Francisco to spend the honey- bridge, next door to Millsap’s commis
yesterday for an ab-ence ot a few days.
sion house, handsomely fitted up for her
moou in Cubfornia.
JLSHILJYLTID ZDZELLTG- COM FJL 1ST Y.
Mrs. Jennie Phillips returned yesterday 1 Mr Drake was reared in Jackson county, brand new stock of millinery and novel Oregon pioneer, is dying of old age at Glen- ;
from a three weeks visit at Oakland, Cal. 1 , belonging to one of the county’s early and ties which will be in posttion this week. dale
Mrs. Harris, mother of Miss Rosa Harris, staunch families, and is much respected as If you want to be op with the latest
Sheehan of Murphy is attend
returned Monday from a visit in Fall river an enterprising business man of the firm of stylesand wear a first-class article, call ing the Dora
southern Oregon state normal'
TUB COUNTY'S FINANCES.
! Vaupel. Norris A Drake, numbered among and see her new goodB.
school at Drain.
I tbe solid mercantile houses of southern Ore-
The Crowson district school commenced i . gon. The bride, tbe daughter of W. J.
A. W. Dahlberg, formerly with the 8. P, :
Horticultural Society Meeting.
its winter term Monday, Miss Susie Homes > ; Virgin, of tbe firm of Jacobs A Virgin of
carpenters, was married at Roseburg to !
Exhibit showing the financial condition
the Ashland nulls, has been a resident of
HAS MOVED HER
of Jackson countv, Oregon, on the 30th
two day's session in Ashland on the 16th Miss Flora Bateman.
Fine white shirts trom 33c. ap. The beat
and 17tb insts. and preparations are being
The supervisors of Siskiyou county have > day of September, 1891:
shirt made, >1.34. See Dolph Eddy, at her pleasing manners and loving deeds made for the event. A suitable fruit ex appropriated
is being prepared and speeches by a of a jail at Pokegama.
CAiH BECln KD-
friends. On their return thev will com hibit
number of prominent fruit growers and sci
Mrs. Clif Newman left Monday for a mence house keeping on Granite street.
The Sunday Welcome says State Printer I
April 111891....... ’ 5’^ S
PATENT PAETDICIJSTES, &O.
entists of the state will be tired off. An in
visit with friends and relatives at Banta ¡
for 1891 ............................
F. C. Raker will Noon retire'to a large and Taxes
Prescriptions Given Careful Attention.
County Commissioner»’ Court.
pa’ed. The Misses Silsby will have charge expensively stocked farm.
Taxes for 1893 ............................... 38,247 30
TO THE OLD
Mrs. R. Be-swick and children returned 1
of the mus’eal program. The sessions will
The season for putting up canned fruits Wm. M. Colvig. rent of office
----- MASONIC BLOCK, NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE.-----
Sunday from a visit <vith relatives at Seid, | County Recorder Rawlings authorized to be free, and everybody is invited to come.
; procure n deed record.
watches, rings, etc., is just begun.
C. C. CHITWOOD, Manager.
E. E. Sayles and danehter were down ‘ J W Masterson, supervisor of district 35, something in the line of fruits, flowers, etc.,
Avenue, next to Opera
The latest libel suit is one against a news- i ft. Hendrickson,
from Steinman the first of the week on a allowed >47 35 for bridge material used in and should leave their exhibits with City
by a widow because it said her bus- i Trial fees collected by Max .Muller
visit with friends.
hi« district. Klippie A Marcti«on allowed Marshal Smith until Monday, when thev pap-r
be left at the opera house, where the band had gone to a happier home.
Fines in Justice court (deer cases)
Rev. E. P. Childs and 8 H. Calhoun : No. 6. Wm. Herriott allowed >43 26 for 1 exhibit and meeting will be held.
Blind Tom, the wonderful musical prod Pankey & Pankey, liquor license
went to Grants Pass Monday to take a hunt j j bridge material used in district No. 27.
Senator Holt reports that the Jackson
in Josephine county.
I C Magruder allowed >1.50 for work on Bear , county fruit exhibit at the «tate fair finally house Wednesday evening, Oct. 24th.
ferred) .............. ....................
47 to see her old friends and
R. H. Moore, raised warrant ....
John F. Kelly and R. A. Booth, who creek bridge. A 8 Harvey allowed >4.50 for received tbe first prize which the judges
have t>een in San Francisco on a business ; rails furnished district No. 6 Klirple A | first awarded to Yamhill, but had to event
N. A. Jacobs, clerk, fees collected
654 K patrons.
I Msrcnson allowed >13.60. material for , ually back down at the flagrant outrage of thumbscrew It retreats before the power 8 Patterson, sheriff, fees collected
trip, returned Tuesday.
in district No. 6.
, such a decision; as everybody knows
Hrant Rawlings, recorder, fees
District Attorney Jas. F. Lodge, of I ' bridge
Application of G W Rosa for damage to
collected.......... . ............... ........
county is easily ahead of any por
Yreka, went to Del Norte Tuesday to his | land us»d by the public for countv road Jackson
8 P Conger to N B Arnold—land in sec
canvass for the joint assemblymanship.
whileCeptral Point bridge was building;
>46,931 12 18 tp 36 s, r 2 w, 35 acres: >2500.
east of here last week on a bear hunt, but
Miss Eva Payne, of Grants Pass, was disallowed.
were only successful in losing Ranger, a
Death of M. MivklcHon.
Winnie Netherland to W P 11 Legate—lot
Henn’ Pohlman allowed >6.00. amount
visiting Ashland relatives this week and
valuable bear dog.
blk 10. Medford: >200
left yesterday to work in a store at Duns overpaid by reason of double taxation.
F Barron to Camilla E and Minnie
Paid interest on same............
. 7,512 0? Walker
Semi-annual reports of countv clerk, '
—320 acres sec 10 tp 38 s.r 3 e; >3000.
Paid state tax out of the fund.
. 8.419 27
countv treasurer and county sheriff. Re- 1
Sophia Etnerv to Laura E Davis—lot 9
F. J. Peikinsand W. W. Filkins, of Mt. ports examined and approved. Approach the
M. Mickleson died ready bald, bv the use of Hall’s Vegetable Cash on hand Oct. 1, 1894... .
2,094 47 blk
15, Gold Hill; >35.
Tabor, friends of Frank Williams, are in to Central Point bridge— W A Owen, super- at
1 the residence of his hrother-in law, Sicilian Hair Renewcr.
Laura EandG M Davis to Henrv E Barn
Ashland looking for a placer mine ia south visor of road district No. 6. ordered to re
Henrv H. Chapman, on Emigrant creek
hart-same property; >35.
pair said approach forthwith. Petition of j in Ashland precinct, at 8 o’clock a. m. on master at Placer. Josephine county; W. T. i
Henrietta DeRoboam to Emil DeRobo-
Otis Frierson, the tall sycamore of Rogue John W Robinson, et al. petition disallow- ( October 5th, after a year’s siege with Shive at Keno and M. E. Hutchinson at WAkBANTS DRAWS OX TBSASUBY PROM ATRIL am and Rosa DeRolioam —d 1 c No 95. be
river, is up from his Table Rock farm tak
1, TO OCT. 1,1894:
ing parts of secs 33. 34 tp 38 s, r 2 w, 602.41
of the tongue and throat. Every Morton, Klamath county.
ing a lav off and swapping yams with Hotel report of Keeper Emil DeRoboam. approv- cancer
ed. In matter of assessment roll—J L 1
J F Howard to A L Hazleton—land in
Woolridge, county a«se<sor, flies as.«e»s- 1
Mrs, Evans, who has been at Placerville, ment roll for 1894, and tbe same is received wife was «tone to relieve and Boothe the i countv the most of this season as special Grant Rawlings, recorder, salary .. 233 34 sec 35 tp 35 s, r 1 w. 21 10 acres; >1800.
Max Muller to Milo Caton—deed of cor
Cal , the past five month« during the ill and approved.
of the Brown Bros. Rochester Nur A. >. Barnes, deputy sheriff, salary 250 0Ö
afflictions of the patient Ruffeter until agent
S. Patterson, sheriff, salary .
416 66 rection to property in Jacksonville; >300.
ness and death of her daughter, returned
W G Holmes, adniini-trator of estate of
8. Patterson, board and washing for
Mrs. J. H. Orr. who has been visiting her
came a welcome relief. The funeral
prisoners..................................... 133 11 Ada M Holmes, dec’d—land in Hargadine
John R. Stearns, who has been at work
brother. Hon. C. B. Watson, retarnedhome ; D. Linn, county treasurer, «.-alary . 305 55 tract, Ashland; >450.
J. A. Whiteside left Wednesday for
prospecting tbe Pacific mine at Klamath Stockton. CaJ., where he expects to locate. took place Sunday afternoon under charge Tuesday to Hannibal, Mo. Miss Dale Wat i C. S. Price, county supt., salary.... 532 50
E F and Pmdence Walker to Jane M
of the Masonic order of which deceased son will remain in Ashland for an extended
river for Dr. Songer and Jos. Dame, re
B, W. Dean, stock inspector............ 100 00 McCully—lot 23 plat of LA Riced 1 c: >1000.
J no L Kiew to A E Kinney—land in Ash
! Owen Keegan, court house janitor 184 00
havepurchasad the furniture, fixtures, etc.,
M. Mickleson was born near Christi
I John E. Pelton, sheriff’s fees .... 2181 96 land; >600.
Mrs. S. Van Tassel, mother of Mrs. T. W. of Hotel Medford from M. Purdin and took
Eliza J Hamlin to Marv A Griffin—land
Barclay, came down from Astoria to con possession this week to conduct the same. ana, Norway, and emigrated in 1849 to John Gill, of Scio. Linn countv, arrived last ; John E Pelton, writing tax receipts 451 60
in tp 38 s. r 1 and 2 w, 159 3-10 acres: >400.
sole her daughter in the sad affliction of the David Crosby, of Riddle, is here helping Argile, Wis., and in March. 1854 came to week to spend the winter in Ashland. Mr. 1 John E. Pelton, jailer’s salary and
Peter VanHardenburg to Joseph Vanllar-
board and washing for prisoners 513 14
death of her husband.
them Mr. Purdin will move to California Jackson county, and after a year’s resi Gill is a blacksmith and will be here soon
Max Muller, clerk’s tees .
I486 77 denburg—cha’te' inormat-e: >630
dence at Jacksonville moved to Astdan-I and may locate.
R. M Garrett, who is superintending tbe
Geo. Davis returned Saturday from the
Lorena E and F L Downing to L E Van-
1 County commissioners’ per diem
development work of the Golden Eagle Yreka races with his trotting horse. Ore where ho has in ele his bom - ever sine-
IT. S. Marshal Gradv has called in all the and mileage .......... .................. .
165 O' vlei —land ’n tp 38 s. r 2 «. 17.62 acres ex
group of quartz mines on Wilhams creek, gon Chief, who took second nionev but wa« He was a blacksmith ami ailversmilti bv coni mission* of his special deputies, in- J. L. Wo dridge, copying assess
cepting spring 'mated in ravine on south
was up this week visiting his family
in reality chea’ed out of the race, his trade, a first-« lana mechanic and bv in- eluding S. F, Summers, at Klamath Falls,
.............. 292 00 of de eribed ¡and: >*0°
and Manlev Whorton, at fiOk'-view. Here For four assessment rolls .......... 125 (10
Josephi’ e and Jas F W !«• n to D B So
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Ha-th, Jr., of Granta competitor, Lochinvar, beloneine to th»-
Pa«» and their babe were up several «lays pre-ident of the association. S. D. Prather tortilne. Mr Mh'kl- 8 'ii had a genius 'or after the business will be run by the Port i Coutuy printing and blanks ......... 184 52 lis —160 acres of the w end of <1 1 c No 49 tp
this week visiting relative» and friends. Jlrs. It was a 2 in 3 n)i'e race and Chief won invention and besides the arti- l-B he had land office entirely.
I Roads an-1 bridges.......................... IOS 57 38- r 2 w,. >45.55
both heats, but on a claim of hreaking. the already patented had on hand at the
Thos F Fish and wife to Jas Martin. Jr—
Books and stationer)’....................... 520 55
Harth being formerly Miss Eva Dean.
second heat wa« awarded Lochinv r much time <>f tiis death several in preparation
Court house repairs ........................
91 50 s % of n w 14 a n >i of s w % sec 5 tp 35 s,
Mrs. N. W. Cbilcottis preparing to move against the wishes of th« crowd who pro
Private indige-it persons.................
911 56 I e. 160 acres; >2500.
to Portland. Mr. C now running express tested against the unfairness of tbe ruling. for the patent office department. A’l'ong ! County Clerk Jacobs is making the neees- E. DeRoboam, hospital contractor.. 1312 71
from there to Corvallis. Mr. and Mrs. F. In the third heat Lochinvar came in a nis inventions patented was a tru k pl iw, |
Bounty on panther scalps.............. 55 00
Sa-h. doors, windows, shingles, lumber
B. Hatch will occupy their fine home on trifle ahead. Fred Slagle drove Chief. the second of the kin<i brought in ns-, al tion will sit on it awhile and then it will be Wood for court house and jail..
181 50 and
Mr. Davis was advised to sue the fair a«soc liav scales, a aheep counter and Beparat- ' readv to be turned over to Sheriff Patter- Justice courts
........................ 893 09
■ son for collection by April 1st, 1895.
Co.’« lumber yard at railroad track.
Coroner’s inquests ........................ 113 90 <t
Conductor L. B. Hendricks has resumed iation hut will not do so. saying that the nr, a feller o a carriage Wheel. O i Oct. j
Henry Kessler, representing Brown Paul Theiss, rebate on taxes ........
bis duties a« conductor. After his illness fair association can have all the glory and 14, 1890, Mr. Mii'kl-son was married in
he and a party went out hunting in Lane honor secured in that way that thev may Ashland to M ibb Victoria Chapman, an Bros. Co.’s nurseries, Rochester, N. Y., Examination <>f teachers.................
and Ridgeville. Canada, is in the county June election; judges, clerks,
HÜFTE CHEEK NEWS
countv and killed 55 China pheasants, all feel like covering themselves oyer with.
estimable ladv ami sister of H. H. Chap- ! canvassing
for their re'iable nursery stock I
deputy sheriffs and messengers 1031 50
they could pack home.
representing ornamental and fruit trees, W. W. Scott, road supervisor .
40 00 E ditor V alley R eco rd :
Geo Hankins, a Lake county sheepman
He carries Al. Eaton, r «ad supervi'Or
Judge Neil and eons and Owen Keegan straightforward tn all his ilealinus, he sh-ubbery, flowers, plants.
whose flocks are numbered by the thou
waB respected by all men.
His g»*ntle recommendations from numerous first-
John Young i« repairing tbe road in tbe
DeBar, examination of tn
sand«, is camped near Ashland with hi« have gone to the mountain* for a bunt nature endeared him to all, nothing that class horticulturists in Oregon and on the Dr. Geo
vicinity of the free fe rrv,
mother and aunt, for their health. They
we can say will do more than justice to coast. For the present Mr. Kessler will be Dr. J. W. Robinson, examination of
Jeff Bell and wife of Talent are here vis-
ji*ve been at Klamath Hot Springs.
Mias Ieaie McCully waa at Ashland tiis memory.
insane persons ........................
20 00 iting Mrs, Bell’s relatives.
He has passed through at Jacksonville, but will be in Ashland
Tom Fergus son. tbe leading mining law Wednesday attending the Drake—Virgin tbe burning blaze and came out untar
Circuit court—April, 1891, term
cultural society. Save your orders for him.
We had a heavy frost here Friday night
yer of S»lt Lake City has bonded the Wil w e<Iding.
jurors and witnesses................. 1727 65
son, Poole and Grainger group of quartz
cop / ki ^ ht 5-*
Wm. M. Colvig, defending Godfrey 50 00 that bit most of the vegetables.
Benj. B. Beekman, of Portland, arrived
hedges in the Siskiyous and has started de
Frans Kassbafer, bailiff...................
valopment work in charge of C. B. Poole.
on Mondav’a south bound passenger to
Chaa, Schults, bailiff........................
81 00 on the bridge across Antelope creek, on the
1 son. Like all men, he may have com ed to us two ingots of bright gold, valued Kate M. Lemberger, court reporter 100 55 county road leading to the county seat.
Wallace and Geni, the Tacoma bankers riait old-time friends.
mitted some indiscretions,but his virtues at >2,000; one of >1,200 and the other H. L.MBenson. district, attorney
were at Sawyers Bar this week getting a
Miss 4»na Griaez, of Montague, i»>
Married by A. L. Haselton, J. P. at the
Deljtoboam, boarding jurors.
mill ready tor the Holcomb quarts mine, spending a few week* jn Jacksonville, were many and his good deeds will not >800, made from mid taken out of a J.
131 55 residence of Frank Manning in Flounce
quarts ledge at Fool’s Paradise district, Miscellaneous............... ..........
which is looking well. Judge Holcomb is
Rock precinct Oct. 7. 18:t-l, Mr. Lee Caton the clothing trade with a display of tall styles, that’s the
between the Andersor. grade and Shasta
ih GM Mexico and Frank Hoberg is in the guest of Mrs. S. R. Taylor.
and Alice Phipps.
surprise of the season in Ashland; Every etiit is an exact
Miss Kate Lemherger has gone to HOTEL OREGON
John Daley, one of our most promi«ing
lbs. of quartz, washed clean, was pound
Mrs. Sarn’l Furry retdfnéd Sunday from Lakeview to do the court reporting for
of the current fashions, and made up from mater
ed up in a mortar from tbe ledge and
F. T. Fradenburgb. Prop.
» vUjf witli her daughter in Yolo county. the October term of circuit court.
with his family back to our town and now
Outstanding warrants on April 1,
ials as genuine and durable as anything all-wool can be.
Mr. and Mrs- J A- Graffls have moved
occupies his old home.
J A DeCleamont Coy. ounce. Thia íb atmut the richest quartz ¡
1891, as per Max Muller’s re
Miss Martha Cardwell, postmistress of H Sptncer ,Port
from Y0Í0 coqntv to Rutte crees, Siskiyou
Enlisted for tbe War
W P Smith, “
We insist that our customers shall be handsomely and
Doc Bradshaw, son of our county com-
district in the county, bat the le-ltres are : Warrants issued during 6 months 17,510 03
county, for Mr- Uraihs’s health, which is
tnisMoner, returned to the parental roof stylishly attired, in garments worth more than the money
Tuesday, as also were J. VV. Merritt and A Walsh. Roseburg Miss De Pennington,
J A Norman, “
one day last week. He ha« be-n stopping
WHFayle.Gr Pass M F Eggleston,Tokio be put up until the certainly q ( a pertua.’j
>166,639 90 on the headwaters of Sprague river.
Judge H. K. Hanna speet Ffidav in wife.
they cost. We select our stock on that basis, recognizing
Ashland, having accompanied Mrs. Hanna
Mr»-Murrv, of Medford, wife of the
this far on her return to Oakland. Cal., well-known painter, was visiting in Jack Mrs W J Freeman, Miss Roper.
Warrants paid during 6 months > 28,905 36 with pleasure. He has built a log corn crib correctness as the mark of a progressive community.
N C W”od, K qh ' s Cy
wmcb climate has a very beneficial influ sonville last week, the guest of Miss Eva
Warrants outstanding October 1,
ence on her health. The Jude» spent tbe Hockenyoa.
1894........................................... 137.734 51 hogs can have shelter and feed at the same i sec what you ought to wear, when you examine our clothing
Miss L Pemher, City missions was instructed to recommend
F W Davenport,
day visiting Ashland friends.
display, and also discover just what you ought to pay for it
to the general board aid as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley, A. 8. Jacobs
Mrs. Christian, the leading dressmaker in
J M Ferriss, Tacoma , Lou Caton,
We had another deal in real estate here
Ashland, has moved her place of business
G L Farmer,
and Eagle Point, >400; Klamath Falls,'
baturdav last. J F. Howard sold what is
to Ups Chitwood residence on 1st Avenue, Point, were here Friday, being witnesses
known as the Dr. Wbitne place, contain
>500; Bandon, >600: Marshfield, >500; Outstanding warranta
pear tfte opera house, where she is engaged in the Comb»’ divorce suit,
W B Pracht,
ing 20 acres, to A. L. Haselton. Consider
jn making dre-sts in the lateststyles. First
I Myrtle Point, $-550; Roseburg, >400,;
W A Hemphill, OakiC F Wo d,
qaüót. 1, 1894.. >137,734 54
class work and a i)8»t fit guaranteed.
Drain, >150; Oakland, Wilbur an<1 Yon-' Less cash on hand ... 2.094 47
ing Jacksonville several days last week. O Brown, Pokegama Edith Gregory, *4
calla, $500 : and new rúan íñ go into Coos
Arthur Morrison, son of Mrs. F. B. In
8. J. Tutthill returned Tuesday from The inquisitive wonder what mean» his E M Deuval A Son. 0 II Blount A wf,
Miss Tolnian, ’ V
low. who has been spending some time in I
Pokegama where he put in an electric light visits here I We have no Id[e]a.
íioúnty. Than followed a discussion of i
Idaho returned borne a few days ago His
G Athlson, L'k/lilg Isa Agnes Duncan,
system of 400 lights for the company,
tbe saloon question—talks thet we wish Estimated interest . > 36,00o 00
Letba Jane Dunean, every Christian and saloon keeper in the
st-pfathe? and famili aro preparing to
which furnishes lights for th» two mills and
Mrs. H. K. Hanna and son left on Fri A D Jones, 8 P
J Edw Tnornton,
ruave to Talent where they have property.
tbe citizens of tbe town. Pokegama is one day’s train for Oakland, Cal .their home, A 1 Lipman. 8 F
country could have heard.
Pastor at Indebtedness, Oct. 1,1*94 ......... >171,640 07
A 8 Ward. S B'
of the .«mailest towns on tbe coast equipped for some time to coins. She was ac W Grace. Port
Rev. Fysh expects to start to-day for
Grants Pass reports that he is making it
R W Chanston. Port J H Bovd, “
with this kind of modern requirement.
State of Oregon
He has secured the services of
companied to Colestein by Judge Hanna. W B Officer. M D.,
D Burton, Cove
move his household goods
The farewell party given Will Cox at Op-
JA i< enger. S F
■ng to horsewhip and tar and feather
Sheriff Patterson and wife left for Port
I tftrahy certify that tbe foregoing is a and Mr. F. expects to take his family in his
•ra b«»gse Friday was largely attended. Tbe ,
true and correct showing of the financial haek. They go via Ashland and Klamath i
Ashland band discoursed splendid music land Sundav evening, hut will remain 1) M Willis,Bl’d TomY
Y B Ashtuan,
to help on the cause of ^ft,u^erar»ce in condition of Jacksoil county, taking as a Fails.
«nd Hotel Oregon furnished a splendid but a short time. Mr. P. represents C Whitmer, Port
anyway froqR hanging a rumseller to basis. Ex- County Clerk Muller’s last semi
supper tn their elegant dining room. Mr. Ashland’s K. of P. lodge at the grand W
¡F A Davis,Gold Hl
Ase’ Hubbard, one of Medford’s prominf ,
E Kang, “
teaching á Sunday school class.
annual report of indebtedness of tbe count}’ ept young business men of the firm o-
Cox has gone to Coos county fn brake on lodge,
____ . J’ville James Elder. 8 F ’
the new railroad.
“ WT Nail. Port
Hubbard Bros, passed through town Sat-1
The Misses Hargrove cordially invite the
Miss Mae Porrif left for her home at W W Glanville, S F
N. A. JACOBS. County Clerk. s
C Whitmer. “
urday on his way to their ranch on Clark1»
ladies of Ashland and vicinity to call and
Frank Lennart. Wallace Rogers and M. Eugene, atter a pleasant visit of a month C J Boyfo.
A Walsh, Rosbg
E D Ivorv,
creek where they are engaged in the stock
M. Obencbain. who left early last spring on
examine their full line of fall and winter
Parka' Cc’.hfih syrup cures Coughs, Colds business
ft nji 1 ling expedition to eastern Oregon with with relatives. She was accompanied by J H Pinkston, R B D McCarthy ,Gr Pass millinery on Saturday. Oct. 6th, or the
W C Bevington. “
S F Ferree,
Í.I. Hailing of Chicago are all expected
The friends of Grandma Tungato will be 1
of Le Rov, N. Y., says: “I took one bot
J P Kennedy, Port J Norman. Merlin
ome soon. They were prospecting a ledge some time in the Willamette valley.
The county board of cqqaliiatiaii—Jgdg» tle of Parks’Cough Syrup. It acted like glad to learn that the eating and bleeding
W A Hemphill, Oak
A D Jones. S F
tn the Prineville section when last heard
Jieil, AsBpsjsof WoAldridg« ‘ and Cl rk magic. Stopped my cough and I am per cancer she has had on her face has teen re
Wm. L. Miller, of Oregon City, is Dr A McMurtev. Cal 0 B Zabriskie,
front but a snowstorm there started them
fectly well now.” Sold by E. A. Sherwin.
spending a month of pleasure and Bight R P Williams,R’b
does not reappear Dr. Stanfield will have a
Assessment of Henry .mmerman wan
seeing with friends in this section. Will J A Kirkham, >•
8 Baker, uns
People’s Party Club.
feather iu his cap that will outshine some
Elder David Brower and wife, Dr. D. M.
Brower and family, C. E. Mingus and assists his brother, Col. R. A., in the H P Pettegrew. do Otis Frierson, Ct Pl was reduced >180. Applications of H. von
oi ftiaeompetitors in the medical line. The
family returned last week from their trip to Oregon City land office.
Child’s white merino vests and pants, 9c. up.
der Hellen, Minerva J. Armstrong, Mary ing for Oct.. 16tb: 1st, select rea^i.pg by old lady is about 80 years old and bids fair
G H Leghorn.Frcep't D T Lawton. Med
the Myrtle Point Dunxard conference. H
Pryce, T. W. Brittsan, Thompson & Meek J. R. Wick; 2d, general ^igeHswbn; 3d, to outlive same of the younger ones.
Gin Lin, one of the oldest Chinese M P Gleeson, Port W N Luckey. ”
Linen damask towels. 50c. reduced to 25c.
Root and wife. Marcus Carl and wife and residents of the state, and whose occupa W F Bangasser, S F E E Sayles.Steinman er, Mrs. A. M. Berry. Emmett Beeson Geo.
George Wiley, one of our most premis
reading and reinqvktj on th» financial
damask table linen. Site, reduced to 25c.
Miss Puma Moomaw came with them.
N J Powers, Siskiyou
young men, who is making arrangp.
Misa Moomaw to go to Glendale, Arizona, tion has been principally mining, left J Brandenburg, Med S Miss
tion ot their respective assessments, was de opinions of pr. Vrankiin. by Gen. E. L. ing
Dover egg beaters, 15c.
Jo vjsit her sister, Mrs. Vau Horn.
nied Andrew McNeil’s assessment was re A^pleiptia.
Ashland in his hurry to
bis tield npen
E C Murray, 8 F
Ladies’ ribbed hose, fast black. 18c.
other Chinamen. Lin will probably re Leo Snede. Port
duced >200. E. V. Carter avmatpf)' for
F L Southwick, do
so that his stock cou'o have the benefit of
Th« season carnival last evening was a turn to this country in tne near future. John Weiser, do
Fine Blooded Pigs For Sale.
Men’s extra fine seamless socks, 0c.
H Greenburg. 8 F
E Tynon, Gr Pass
great success, tne strolling minstrels* music
>ü:0u!x'’ A, ÍI. Maegly’s assess
R. E. Drum, of Table Rock, offers for piece of ou?*>-fodder on his wagon late Sat-
W Grace. Port
B J Tobin. Dunsmuir reduced
’ trimmed bats, 75c. p
was fine, while the gypsies and numerous His wife remaiped on Applegate.
ment was reduced >960 and that of A. E. sale some fine blooded registered Berk I urday e"ening and the result was that yes-
fakirs were as persistent as the world’s fair
Loren Stowell once more breathe» the N A Ambrose, Port CL Heath.
10 quarts, 20e.
shires, one a 3-vear-l>oar. two 3-yenr-old , turday (Sunday) morning he ha<t to go and
D C Brownell. Oak
article. Prof. O. H. Roberts, the elocution air of freedom. He is tbe young man B H Barclay, 8 F
20c. per dozen.
C H Pierce, Seattle
ist. was present and recited a few pleasing that was captured at Oregon City a short
Love was reduced >250 and that of Fannie 2-inontbs-old pigs. Call on or
R- E- Pv«r’, „
G W Cole, Colestein A Pankey, Ct Pt
recitations and responded to an encore. He
from 3c. up.
M. Love >2475.
Drum. Table Rock, Or^^.n,.
I Eagle Point, Oct. 8,1894,
Is a very clever artist and has promised to time since, and brought back and held A Walsh, Roseburg C A Hermann. Eola
W N Luckey A son Mrs Winsell, It B
recite again this evening.
A few choice Poland China pigs for
Youths’ blue overalls, riveted, 45c.
Geo. Brown, the merchant of Eagle F M Johnson, S F
J G Shepard. S F
fjsc-Ai Lp/ftus, who has sold out his stock
G W Coilns, Port J Porter, Port
Boys’ blue overalls, riveted, 38c.
jnterests »nd leaded his band of sheep in Point. The bond of >100 was furnished Otto Guthnutr, “
C A Piper, Port
L»ke county, arrived at bis former home in by Mrs. E. Wooley and G. W. Stowell H D Perrv,
Ladies’ shoe polish, 10 and 15c.
Thp 3cou vaBey singe robber secured
Ashland last Thursday. ‘His wife »nd child for his appearance before the next grand L High, Chicago
I A Hanley. Mtjdfocd | onrv $100 coin from the express box
silk, plain and figured, 40c.
arrived Sunday from San Frsucisco and
Al Norman, Rosel; *g Geo Isauos, Jr;’. ”
best made, 05c.
which was way-billed from C. W. Ki«t at
they will remain some weeks. Mr. Lofftus
Mark Kata.8 F
is looking about for a location td go into
Etna to Judge T. J. Howell in Ashland.
Walloon, lace and embroidery are used
Cast steel hatchet, 50c.
business in some climate more agreeable to upon all matoiials. There are narrow
Dan Cawley, who has driven stage in
Tack hammers, 05.
his wile’s health.
this section for 40 years and drovd the
and wido widths, the former being used
Screw drivers, 6-inch, 10c.
Tbe changing around of the railroad
firBt overland stage through this country
WIMER—In Ashland, Oct. 11, 1894, Mrs as well as the last one out of A^hl'^d
management by th« S. P. will cut off the to edge draperies and ruffles.
Pudding pans from 6c. up.
Hats with trimming under the brim
Lou Wimer, ot consumption.
úpáiiou of division superintendent of the
when the iron horse made
pans from 4c. up.
The funeral takes place Friday at 1 o'clock nection, without e>er haVlng been held
Ashland-Red Bluff division, and Janies are growing iu popularity, and many of
combs, worth 20c. for JOe,
, jyer the popular superintednent, will be them have clusters of flowers set at reg
transferred to toe division at Wadsworth,
Ashland cemetery, Elder David Brower up before, wair the driver.
1 2, 5 and 7c,
somewhat uneasy, and noticing the rob
Nevada. H. t doley, the jeimfont engineer ular intervals close to tbo hair.
ber’s hand trembling like a greenhorn
of the Mt. Shasta division, wilf now be the
Hille, t>atip aud jnolix jtjekets are
head man in charge at Dunsmuir.
at the business, unhesitatingly eTC^im-
To Europe For 810.
among the popular garments:' They ore
ed, “Now you bold that V.i^tol, ^o one
Otis Helman, leader of the Ashland moderately close fitting and are profuse
Oil cans; coffee pots, coffee mills, tea kettles, measures,
To Europe for §10, including boart. 8¡<ie!” fearing the mjly looting' weapon
band, who w< at to Warren, Ohio, to stili ly trimmed with lace and emboridery.
jurlb.cr perfect his profession, alter a
buckets, underwear, shirts, mirrors, notions, novel-
Pcrsout remark that no ojié on the stage had any ¡
Medallions, palm leaves, squares and competing steamship lines.
piootiPs ütoq.ily practice of four hours per
day had a speclaiiai ra.iuiuw hi» ear,
California, in her golden prime, never before achieved so
ties, stationery, clothes lines, clothes pins,
which was giving biui pain. ’ The »pec are used for trimmings. But vory little not view the war in steerage rates v itb- demand, but ordered, hint to hurry up|
he box, which waa
grand a triumph as at the Midwinter Fair just closed.
ialirtt informed him that the trouble was passcmcutbrib giunHori; »s uscq ;u con out apmo ieejipgs b£ ebTy. 'The remark and throw out I the
caused by blowiug iu his horn and Mr. tinuous length«.
stove polish, shoe blacking, brushes,&c.
able price cf $10 for a trip of from derneath a lot of mail matter and. bag
Among the honors conferred at the fair was bestowal of
gage. On the box being thrown out,Dan
Hehuan will he compelled to quit cornet-
seven to nine days, with good sanitary was ordered to drive on, and he came to
plaving entirely. Alter a visit with east
the highest award including gold medal, on
quarters, plenty of wholesome food and
ern relatives Otis will return to Ashland gathered up in festoon fashion with drink, and ia a record breaking steamci Yreka as quickly as possible to inform
His many lriends will be pained to hear bows. These festoons fall over full ruf
news as Mr. Helman was a flrs*- fles of lace lined with silk and sot upon at that, is ono reason for tbe very largt passengers were much excited, expect
emigration during tho past two ontbs. ing to ba overhauled, and one (’ru.umer
ftfßd leader and a proficient artist foundation skirts.
Though the transatlantic t. panics on board placed a rail of l^Li.kets on end
ptjihe etyuei, b)^ favorite instrument.
A stylish costumo of duck ha3 the are fighting to tho death for the steerage in front of
arierwarda asking Dan if
Tbe express company h^s ppt a burglar collar revers and cuffs band embroider
ha though t a bullet would go tn rough
As at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago, the award
proof sale in their egrs dn the tas^ger ed j£ ecal lope. The work is done after
This is the first time the stage
trains that it would take houn« for the train
dgrfql clegwqpl ¡qqifferouotfto first class them.
to Dr, Price’s Cream Baking Powder at* San Francisco, was
robbers to get into by the heaviest kind of the material Is cut anq is u revival el pksfihigyra. ' Competition in this direc has ever been successfully overhauled in
Scott valley, nnd it ia selttam so small an
scientific bombarding. The train express an old fashion tnat was very nittoh lit&d.
tion is apparet *>y barred by a c»3t iron amount of caah ia carried in the express
for highest quality, demonstrated by expert analysis, under
messengers have no keys and do not under- —New York Ledger.
mutual agreement.—New York Sun.
box, The robber hung the fallowing
direction of U. S. Government Chemists. The reqv.ifil.es,
Cypress agents, who go into the
Marrlag» License Issued.
“poem,” signed BlavU
w a neigh
jc^r and open
6th, 1894. Thomas Hill and Miss An-1
j ' l V
long» to’that TlwTi.
require» Miss ns Swansen: Dennis F ynch and Mi«s Sa-1 a «itseases of the Liver and Kidneys,
I^ere I aat upon thiatjiair,
Emma Howard, ’ the
ton-IW'.v’- piantha Wimer. Oct. Sth. Frank M. Fryer 1 removing
r“~.... .. the .......
. acid in the blood it cpres
fect purity of constituents, uniformity and wholcsomcness.
The trees arenr.d me-eobbing,
agent in AshUnd, to g'» «<> the depot and and M»? Nellie M. Rardsdall. Oct. 9Ui, F. rheumatism. 8. B.
•S. lug., »ft.V»: ’TWIbty Park*’ Sure t ure
meet every passenger train.
M. Dr^ke qhd Miss MrttCy ft. yirfttq,
Dr. Price’s is thus confirmed and permanently established as
That was not worth mbbingt
excels all other mbdi’nlrt«*» for Rneniuati&m
J, C. Barrett & Co. request all person-
A cup of Parks’ Tea at night moves tbe and Urinary disorders.” bold by E, A
Youra when ytjy, UHcn me.
owinl them to call and Bettie up at once. bowels in tbe morning without pain or dis- Sherwin.
Opposite Ashland Milk-
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Account- »14 b-pb- ed wilt, an attorney
’i io a great health giver and JJtder your job prinliog from the Reeotd
r. tMUVyV. A’tiUwwttf.
LOOK OUT FOR
I. C. BARRETT & CO.
One Boar, 3 years o d.
Two Sows, 3 year s od.
Two Sow Pigs, 5 months old.
Five Pigs, 2 months old.
R. E. DRUM, Table Rock, Or.
AGAIN WE LEAD
IS & DRAKE
Dr. Price’s Baking Powder
’fegTXew Goods will arrive nearly every week at the
same Bedrock Prices as before.
Best Baidoa Ftfwtfer Ever M&de.