Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911, October 05, 1899, Image 3

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    GOOD FIGURE
PKngOWAL
AMO
BOVtAli.
ESTABLISHED 1031.
Death ot Mrs
k
Bybee.
SUTTON S SNAP SHOT.
Jacksonville, Oct. 3 —Mra. Elizabeth I
j Carpels at Vaupel, Norris A Drake's.
Ann Bybee, wile of Win. Bybse, died at j
tbe family residence, one luile north of1
' Carl Rtisael was over from Henley this
Jackaooyille, Suudav nigl.t, age l nearly i
’ week.
62 yaara. Mra. Bybee waa horn in the ,
a man’s chief attraction. | Get your trespass notices at the Kacoan
state of Miaaouii, January 7, 1x3«, until
, office.
croaeed the plain« aitli tier p .rents in
1847. Tbe family reeide.l on ^auvie’a
l’ai ue u as over from Coles
The best figure in the . 1 y»e Fred
■
■
■
>F ALL FORMS OF-
laland until 1852, when they reuuved to ■
terday.
Jackaon county and took up a donation
world can be spoiled by awk­ Miss Millie Tryer of Medford returned
claim a (bort diatance norih of Jackaon-
to Treka Tuesday.
viile, on what ia known as the Bybee
ward clothing.
Our perfect­ I Destin High, the imperialist, is doing
home
place. Mra. Bylree was married to
• WHOLESALE
William Bybee Nov. 16, 1854. Df their
Death on Rheumatiam, Lame Back, FTeadeche, Toothache,
fitting suits, made and guaran- < 'Jacksonville today.
eleven children, onlv five are now living,
Earache, Burna, Scald*, Corns and Bunions, Stiff Joint*.
' Attorney Geo. W. Treffrea sas at
Mra. Bybee was one of nature's noble
teed by Hart, Schaffner & Jlu:k8O,,vir’»y^terday.
women. Amiable, lovinz.churitalile. the
50-0. <8c Sl.OO FER BOTTLE
embodiment ol devotion to principle, In­ PRICE,
1
ert<c
is at Redding,
Cal., this
k • w
_ a
Jaeeph
erUisatRe
”
dustrious, alia had a willing band and
oring out a man s good week on a business trip.
©
cheerful heart in, ell the multiplied du­
r>, the marble man of Jack-
ties of life. Modest aud unassuming,
points.
They set to his form!
richly endowed witu all the admirable
Ashlaud, Oregon.
grace* that go to adorn womanhood, she
in just the light way, they’re Mrs. J. H. Pratt and son, Carroll,
was a living code of social ethic*. Tim
. leave for Portland in a few days.
wiidotn of living a pure and useful life
Miss Ruby Houston returned to Zuleka
Read theeeTestimoniala, given under oalb, at Caret Actually Performed:
could not be more forcibly empbatized
STYLISH, GRACEFUL
' Satvday after a visit in Ashland.
than in tbe ipotles* life ot Mr*. Bylien
While her name was nut connected with
Miss D. Badger arrived from Linr.
AND COMFORTABLE
I ■
any public charities, she never failed tiie Stats of Oregon.!
county Tuesday to visit her brother.
; Stale of Oregon,
needy nor turned away the sorrowing. Jackson County,! ”
U/FAD
I
Ivan
Wilde
went
to
Grants
Pas5
Tues-
No pen can pay just tribute to her ster­
••• •••
1,8. A. Parker, being duly aworn, depose Jackson County
nLnlt, day (o wor|j Ju tjie g. p, d & l . Co.
ling womanhood.
•nd s*y that in October or November, 1808,
J. Caskey, being duly a wen. deposes and
A husband and five children sjrvive while assisting in putting up telegraph
a
-ii a
■
Prof. G. R. Carlock opens the Talent
wire, I ran a piece ot wire through the says: A few days ago I was struck 0« tbe
her.
Tbe
children
are
:
J.
W.,
now
in
ana we will have something district school one week from Monday,
wrist
a soantllng which raised a lares
tbe Klondike country; Ella, wife of Ohae. thick of my hand, tietween the thumb and lump by
and disabled my arm and rely. Two
tnsrlnl 1- .... A-
La E. O. Perham, the contractor and
first finger. It seemed to paralize my
Prim,
the
attorney;
Francis
E.,
who
applications
of Hutton’s Snap Shot took
whole hand.
SpCClal TO Say to you about I builder, returned Tuesday from Portland.
live* here and is engaged in farming and
got a bottle ot Sutton's Suap Hhot soon a a ay all the swelling and soreneaa entirely
...I___ _____
■ a , H-
__
1 4f
_ TN
I?
AC..
.... came .. up
M
Mr.
and
Mrs.
E.
E.
Miner
»tc.'kraisiog;
Minnie
I.
(Sir*.
Lay),
who
oured
my
lameness.
afterwards and bound my band up tn It
prices when you are ready
J. C asxx ».
lives with her tnisband in Medford ; and and the next day came to Ashland where
from Gold Hill today on a business trip.
Robert Loe, the youngest child, who Is Mr. Hutton rubbed in the Hnap Shot and i Hubacribed and sworn to before me this
buy.
h
' Mis* Maggie Stanley went to Jackson­
20th
day
of
October.
1898.
it
took
the
soreness
and
swelling
out
imme­
now at the family home,
ville Tuesday to work in the Times office.
I
Uao. W. TaxrRui,
Tbe fuueral took placo from the family diately
I took a bottle of it home and applied it a
Notary Public for Oregon,
J. D. Heard, the mining man of Med­
residence this afternoon. Interment waa
few
times
afterwards
and
Ina
week
’
s
time
ford, went to Yreka Tuesday on business.
in the family lot in Jacksonville ceme­ it was completely healed and tbe haud was
I well.
tery, Rev. 8. H. Jones officiating.
Stats of Oregon.)
Mrs. R. Beewiek has returned from a
In January, 1800, 1 waa thrown out ot a
[ SB.
visit with Mrs. Geo. Cryderman at Tolo.
Urgent recommendations are to be wagon,
3
striking my face so as to blacken Jackson County!
made to eaugress at its next session to my eves and bruise my face. Oneappllea-
Mrs. J. B. Rhinehart of Medford, visi­
W. D Willis, being duly sworn, deposes
ted MrB. J. Franzen iu Ashlaud yester­
make an appropriation for a ooinplete ' tton look the discoloration «11 out of my and says I hail such a severe rheumatic
system of lighthouses and fog station* face and I Buffered no more inconven­ riin in my left shoulder • few days ago that
day.
ience from my bruises.
could not use my left shoulder joint at
aloug the southern Alaskan coast. The
txw neu
M rs. Josephine Brundige went to Jack­
I consider Snap Shot far ahead of any­ all. Mr. Sutton peruuaoed rue to let him
cost of the system will be about »2.50,000. thing I ever saw In tbe way ot medicine for use his Snap Shot on it. He rubbed my
sonville Monday to work at the U. 8.
□UARÄNTEEO CLOTHING.
shoulder a few minutes and within two min­
application
■ hotel.
Tho board of state dental examiner* external
Witness my hand this 12th of August. utes thereafter 1 could swing my arm a-
A. R. Merritt returned to Gold Hill
held a special meetiug at the office of 1800
round in any direction and had no pain.
Tuesday from a business trip to Horn­
A DOUBLE TRAIN SERVICE.
W. D. Wiz.ua. .
the secretary, Dr. W. A. Moore, at Ben-' iSignedl
8. A. PARKER.
Auatln—Barclay.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
brook.
Subscribed
and
sworn
to
before
me
this
icia, a few day* ago. A resolution waa '
this 20th day of October. 1898.
day of August, A. D. 1891.
A pretty wedding occnred at tlie home On October ldtri the Southern Pa­ passed that each member of the board 112th
>ii.
1--------------
James Taylor
..
of Langeli
„
valley,
____ _ and or Mrs Ella Mills last evening, two well-
Oxo. W. TaxraiN.
cific Starts Another Passenger . —
<iEO. W. TREFRKN,
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j People's Party County Central
Oliver Howard of Drews valley arrived known Ashland parties, Clinton E. Aus­ Train Through Ashland.
transmit to Governor Gage any evidence I
Notary Public for Oregon
Notary Public for Oregon.
Tuesday.
Committee Meeting.
iu his poaeaaion relating to the ohargos
tin ami Mrs. May R. Barclay being
The many rumors of a second daily
To the P opulists or J ackson C ounty ,
Engineer Nels. Church is in the last united in the holy bonds of matrimony passenger train through this valley are preferred against Dr. Tebbet*.
An exchange Bays: We are pleased
Joliu G. Curry, a pioneer of Cali­
O regon ;
stages of dropsy at the Sacramento rail­ by Rev. Frank T. Howell. The cere- about to materialize into an actuality.
Willie Van Horn, aged 10, sou of
ASHLAND. Or..... .Thursday. Oct. 5, 1899
to receive news items at any and all times
i mony took place at 8 o’clock, Miss Mabel
There will be a meeting of tbe People’s I road hospital.
Chief Train Dispatcher G. C. Morris William Van Horn of Covelo, was in­ fornia, was burned to dentil iu his cabin but give them to us fresh. We don’t
I Party County Central Committee at Med-
There wiii be the usual morning and Million playing the wedding march. of Ashland went to Portland last night stantly killed by a vicious horso. The near Juneau some days ago by a Are like to publish a birth after the baby is
j ford. Oct. 21.1899, at 1:30p. tn., for tbe pur­ evening service* at the Presbyterian The high contracting parties then re­ to assist the general office map out a boy was leading the horse to water. camtcd by an overturned lamp. He was weaned, a marriage after the honey­
Jin For a Name in Ashland.
ceived the congratulations of the guests new time card which will be finished to-
it veteran of the Mexican war.
pose of outlining tbe winter work, and to at- church next Sunday.
moon is over, or a death after the widow
Mr. Editor: We are going to starts
when all sat down to a sumptuous wed­ j day and which includes a new passenger The animal took fright, kicking the boy
Forest fires have been raging in the marries again.
iu the temple.
Rev. J. A. Slover will preach in the ding repast.
monthly publication in tho interest of the 1 tend to any other matter that may come be­
' train through tliis valley. The new
fore
the
committee.
J
Cnyatnaoa
mount
tins,
IM)
miles
west
of
Baptist church at Talent next Sunday
Southern Oregon Stato Normal School
Those present were: Mrs. J. C. Aus­ i train will be tlie connection of the Rose-
B. F. Day-, ex-atate representative and
ANTED—SEVERAL BRIGHT AND
Remember the chairman of each precinct morning and evening.
and cannot decide upon a name. We
tin, Mrs Ella Mills, Mrs. R. 8. Barclay. , burg and Redding locals. It will carry it prominent citizen residing at Sumner, San Diego, for over a week and havo
honest persons to represent us as Man­
club
is
ex-officio
member
of
the
Central
ask you to tell your readers that a prize
J. J. Weaver and wile of Iowa City, Mr. aud Mrs. F. D. Wagner, Mr. and baggage, express and mail cars, Pull­ Wash., was struck by a locomotive done immense damage to the timber
agers in (bis and close by counties.
of »5 in cash will be paid for a suitable County Committee.
and wetersheds.
Iowa, arrived Tuesday tc give southern Mrs. D. R. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. man and Tourist sleepers.
Salary $900 a year and expenses. Straight
while
walking
oil
the
railroad
tracks
name for our paper, which will be eight
Carter, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Downing,
All others interested in the welfare of the Oregon an inspection.
The overland will not change time but and iustimtly killed.
In a letter to W. H. Chapin, secretary bona-fide,no more, no less salary. Posi-
pages, containing over a dozen depart­ party are cordially invited to attend
Mrs. S. Van Tassel Mrs E, Young, Mrs.
ti n permanent. Dur relerences, any bank
the northbound will be known
Mrs. Celia Bacltand and child arrived Gertrude Barclay, Mr*. E. Million. Miss hereafter
ments. Merchants are patronizing its
Nortwestern counties are refunding of the Portlaud-Philippine Trading as­ in any town. It is main)}’ office work con­
G rant R awlings , Chairman.
train No. 16 and the southbound as
sociation,
H.
R.
Lewis,
now
in
Manila,
from Sisson Tuesday to visit her folks, Mabel Million, Geo. W. Barron, and Geo. as
ducted
at home. Reference. Enclose self­
prospective columns and we will try to
No. 15 The new train will be known as their bonded indebtedness at 4 per cent announces a now rtetunship line be­ addressed
Central Point, Or , Sept. 29. 1899.
stamped envelope.
John T. Frulan and family.
make it a rattling good alleviation for
W. Vaupel
A number of lovely pres­ No. 12 going north and No. 11 going and 5 per cent.
T
he
D ominion Co., Dept. 3, Chicago.
the proverbial long felt want.
Write
Free Lecture bv Capr. J. L. May.
Large stock iron beds, rocker* and ents were received.
south. Tlie new train will pass Ashland
Tho Southern Pacific is going to build tween Portland, Honolulu and Manila.
legibly ,
your
name and
and write
-----------------
■ addres
”
. .
southbound about 12 o’clock midnight a cut-off from Wells, Nevada, to Salt Mr. Lewis does not s ty that tho line is
Capt. J. L. May, Co. B, Second Oregon parlor chairs. Prices always right at
the suggested name below that, and ln-
in­
A Number of Lota Already bold.
assured, but he gives iwKunuice that in­
Opera H oubc furniture store.
and the northbound will pass about au Lake Ciry, Utah, 180 miles in length.
close 25c for a three months snb-cription Volunteers, will give a free talk at Chau­
dications for buch au enterprise are
We have already disposed of eight of hour later. The purpose of the new
Miss Lilah Bvstle who has been visit­
on or before October 25, ‘ 1899. The name tauqua Tabernacle tomorrow (Friday)
I
It
is
now
expected
tlmt
tho
Valley
train is to relieve the overland travel,
good.
the
lots
in
the
new
H.
B.
Carter
addi
­
ing
the
Lynch
family
at
Talent
returned
will be chosen by a decision of the facul­ evening, at 8 o’clock sharp. His subject
tion to those who will make their homes hence it will be of no special benefit to road, giving S.m Fraucisoo a secoud
Orders wore received at Vancouver
Tuesday to Shasta City, Cal.
ty of the normal school without knowl­
theron. Let us show you the property. the “local” travel in Southern Oregon transcontinental line, will bo finished Barracks (Wash.), Saturday, for tho
edge of sender’s name—in a perfectly will be the work of Co. B in the Phi­
Rev. E. A. Ross leaves today' for
or Northern California.
and
iu
operation
by
February
J,
1900.
C
arter
L
and
C
o
.
Thirty-fifth infantry toembarkon board
honorable way. The president or facul­ lippine campaign. There will be no Klamath Falls to conduct a protracted
The Phillippiiie troubles havo created the transports Rio Janeiro aud Sikh fur
ty of the school or tho Ashland news­ admission or collection in any form or meeting for two or three weeks,
Electrocuted at Granta Pass.
Fires.
an
immense
emoi-ge
icy
business
at
San
paper men are our references. Tell your manner and everybody is cordially in­
the Philippines,
i
Tom Beall, who has been in Lakeview
Grants Pass, Oct. 2.—E L. Moon, elec­ Francisco, resulting in an increase in
While the wind was blowing at a lively
readers to address all mail matter to the vited. The Captaiu is in full command
In a prise tight at Grass Valley last
for the past three years, returned to rate about 10 o’clock Tuesday morning trician and light man in the employ of prices of all manner of supplies through,
editor.
O tis B. T out .
week Charles Hoskin was knocked down
of a loTge body of the English language Central Point yesterday to remain.
the tiro alarm stirred the town to a high the Grants Pass Water, Light & Power out California.
Ashland, Ore., Ocf 4, 1899.
by his opponent aud struck the floor so
with which he is amply able to make
Mrs. W. B. Johnston and Mrs. E. O. pitch of excitement. The two fire de­ Company, was killed shortly before 6
o’clock this evening, while working on
Tho Southern Paelfio company has
Council
Proceedings.
the story of “our boys” interesting, at­ Parro t left Tuesday for Portland to partments fairly New to the western part Borne new wire, being replaced on account uguiu abrogated class tariffs and put hard as to cause an injury which re­
of town where the scene of the fire was
sulted in his death.
On .motion of Councilman Trefren the tractive and intelligent. Give him a spend some weeks in the metropolis.
Hotel
located. The first object was the barn of of the recent tire. A message had been into effect its former freight schedule,
night watch was ins ructeil to slowly bearing.
f asseugors from Port Valdez, Alaska,
Engineer Ernest Everton returned Bev. F. G. Strange, the Presbyterian sent to the electrician not to turn on the which is a riilao of 30 per cent. The
All
Work
Accurately and
strike the helion tlie fit ball nine
report that Captain Abercrombie’s mail
yesterday from his lay off spent in Han minister.
Combs Bros, wood sawing current until 6 o’clook, but it did r.ot uew rule begins October 10.
strokes at nine o’clock each night as a
Normal -t’i<1**iits
Francisco and other California pqints.
reach him before the regular time for
Promptly Attended to.
trail has been completed for M miles
machine,
without
a
smoke
stack
on
their
signal for all minors under the age of 18
Herbert Glover, a tramp was shot in from Valdez in the direction of Copper
It .nni.zs—Ptiebs V n«on. Anna Vin.on,
A. 8. Barnes, Ed. Churchman and J, engine, was doing business near the barn turning on the lights. After receiving
years tp leave the streets.
PRICES:
Ai re Ytnsof- Ham's Vnlley.—T. R Wil­ Foley returned yesterday from upper and it Is presumed a spark from their the shock, Moon hung for an instant on tho abdomen by Officer Mtirry at Orange, Center.
Tho most difficult part has
High A Taylor asked cnunc 1 to extend hi'e
old Hill.— Fl.>v McNeill.
.........
the crossbeam, and then fell headfore­ Cal., and died from the wound. Glover
li
orn.
»1.00
their saloon licence which expires Oct. hro"k <’«1 llarv Briscoe, Floss e Briscoe. Rogue river country. They had meat. lire ignited the barn. The bullui>,g waa most to the street, a distance of fully 30 and a companion triod to shoot tho offi­ been covered, the remaining distance to GOLD A SILVER
»1.00
a burst of flames before it waB noticed
COPPER
4th so that their licence shall expir on I Mon'avue <'»l.— Ethel Hunton Medford.
Ex-Conductor R. L. Parker formerly and the Strange family horse was tied feet.
Medical aid was immediately cers and iu the fuss that followed Qlo, Eagle City being comparatively easy.
January 15th, 1IMH), and filed bond for i Gertrude »Viiwo.i. Minnie Hoksnjos, of this place is running on tbe Chicago.
Throe
of
the
Union
Pacific
train
rob
called,
but
he
was
beyond
all
help
Mr.
that purpose. Bond approved and li- j R'.ei* Hokrnj is Mario Cottrell Oscar Hl in- Milwaukee <St St. Paul, out of Green Bay, in the part of the barn where the tire be­ Moon had lived in GrantB P-ss for 12 ver was killed.
bers who in July last hold up tho east-
gan, hence lost his life. 3 he family cow
son. Trio
l.elah O’Hsrr.i. Ineroa Cal,
cence granted.
W. B. Brarlbuvy, a millionaire, spent bound express near Roek Springs, Wyo.,
Win, Trlvelpiece, ‘rhonias Edmiston. IV is.
was in the corral and made its escape. years. He was about 45 years of age,
The increasing number of taps renders —
24
hours
in
the
county
jail
at
San
Fran
­
aud
left
a
wife,
and
son
of
18
years.
11c
Claud Plum. Arthur Plum Coquille city
and relieved the Pacific Express messen­
Geo. M. Freeman, mill foreman of tho The barn of Mrs. H. M Drake adjoining
it necessary that steps should be taken — David Collier, 'llniner— 1. <! Musters.
was a niemlier of the A. O. U, W. The cisco last week for expectorating oq the ger of liis iron box containing $125,000
uew Ashland mine company, returned caught on fire and was destroyed.
to make the city water system more erti Roseburg—W Wrieht
Dillard — lulu
lodge
has
already
taken
charge
of
the
re
­
floor
of
a
street
car.
The
offense
was
Mrs.
Mary
Wood
’
s
residence
next
took
|
in cash, have been located in Seattle
cient and for tiiat purpose the mayor Cobh, Inmes Cobb. Ei’xa Cobb Klamaili yesterday from a trip in Josephine coun­ fire at the roof and the prospects of its i mains.
committed two years ago. aud Bradbury and arrests are expected to result any
was empewered t order 2 009 feet of 4- Fab-— Gvirpe Manivng Anna Fnirolo, ty-
[The coroner's jury yesterday brought fought the caso as long as possible.
destruction
caused
the
men
to
pull
its
|
Wn
’
l-r
Mcboire.
Fort
Jone-,
'
'alif
—
Will
time.
inch pipe and a committee—Loomis,
Landlord 8. Ii. Reaves of Hotel Nash,
out in the street, saving nearly tn a verdict censuring the electric light
M rev. >-..re-t Drove. D’tizil'a Luster
B awick ami Trelren—were appointed Cedar
Medford, visited Ashland last week dur­ contents
Mrs. W. T. Gytoa drowned herself
The transport City or Para reached
everything. The quick work of .the fire company for its negligencq. Mr. Moon
Hill. New Mexico.— Retia Melntosh.
with power to act, to do whai is best tn Neil Croel-'
ing
tlie
Knights
Templar
Grand
Com-
was
a
brother
o.f
}.
G.
Moon,
at
one
«nd
hor
two
children
—
a
boy
4
aud
a
— Elmo Neil, Ellis Neil. Delo-
8*n Vranoisco a few days ago with the
department squelched the flames after
Water Street.
improve the head works of the upper Foster E'liel c.nrihell Charles I'ortheP, tnandery meeting.
time
a
resident
of
Ashland.]
girl
l
‘
a
yoars
—
in
tho
Des
Chutes
river,
the roof was burned off The residence
Califoruin volunteers who enlisted in the
water System.
M|-s It-ebe. Bellview—Minnie (lowlan'I.
Oherman county, Or. A quarrel -with regular army.
Hon.
R.
A.
Booth,
J.
II.
Booth,
Frank
and
furniture
were
insured
for
»1,050.
Criminal
Trials.
Trefren anil Whitney were appointed a ' iitl'l Hoir, A T. Holl, \|:,rlln Bowers. Mee and* W. A. Wortz came up from
Orders by mail or
her hnsband is said to have caused the
Rev. Strange’s loss was about »250.
(¡ormpitlee t<> consider wliilt can be done Mali I Rkros, Morion Newton Lillie Grants Pass yesterday and left for Mrs. Drake's barn was not stocked up
In circuit court for Josephine county: tragedy.
exprs*. receive
Mrs. Laura O'Donoghue has received
io improve tlm org nis itiouof tlie hose -i.ii-in Cant.—c. E Slovens Diin ruuir, Pelican Bay for an outing.
State
of
Oregon
vs
Alpha
Knighten,
prompt
attention.
and her loss is »150 No insurance.
if — A H
Scherrer, Nellie Crocker.
An early morning fire in Amador »1222 from Watkins, N. Y., a legacy
raiiMH C ash
at
companies and rentier tlictli more effici­ t'a
Tlie residences of Mrs. Fox and Mr. rape and assault with dangerous weapon.
from her uncle's estate.
Tirner —'tall’« Thomas Cotiaeo Grove.
Rr-ABOSABl.E
KATES.
Miss
Marhoffer
and
Miss
Emma
Pom
­
city, Amador county, totally destroyed
ent, and report at next meeting.
— Mrs
Harriet Touuhetle.
Excelsior, eroy of Crescent City who are tlie guests Strange were saved by vigorous applica­ Guilty.
I N. Shook was elected eoituollinan Wi-c oisin. — O
Sta'e of Oregon vs John O’Brien, for nine buildings and a lumber yard.
8. Brown
P-aintleld,
tion of garden liose. J. R. Tozer’s res­
front second ward vice A C. Dixon, re­ Wisconsin- — Maud Beach. Woodland,
. ... of Mrs. W.T. Reatnesof Gold Hill, visited idence caught on fire but was extin­ extortion. Plead guilty.
Cottage Giove, Sept. 30 —News from
Ca if.— Bert Witham. Vermi'lton, 8 D.— Eph. Bolton in Ashland yesterday.
State vs Michael Paly, held for
signed.
guished io its incipiency with garden
the Bohemia mining district was received
murder, Not guilty.
The water-rents for September were Agnes Moore. Grants Pass.—Mabel Smith.
Windowshades, lacecurtains, portiers, hose,
CoraSniilh
May
Smith.
Mabel
Palethorpe.
here
yesterday to the effect that a new
State of Oregon vs John Doe, selling
»574.50. For the same month last rear,
Phoenix—8. P Robbins. Talent. <!. F. llnoluui, carpets, art squares aud rugs,
discovery of free gold has been made.
A spark from an engine on yesterday’s liquor without license.
»472 30.
Ka-ter
Parker's “Station. — Hilleary at Opera House furniture store.
It was found on Fairview mountain by
ReportB of city oflcers filed. During Parker.
south bound passenger train about noon
The Salem Independent is indeed an Potts, Stock and Harlow, about half a
quarter 8 per cent bond No. 10 (»5001 of
Harry Leslie of Yreka and J. J. Hol­ set fire to the grass near the railroad
From'Ashland.— Maynte Grainger, Irma
independent
paper.
It
says:
“
The
ALL, K fN DS
mile
from the Music mine. A 20-foot
the first »6000 water bond issue was paid. Mathews. Montie Briggs, Torbe' Sanford. combe of Gold Hill have opened a feed track in Bellview school district about
The remaining two are due next year. Henry Ellis, Goldwin Herndon. Harry and produce Btore at the Sutton stand three miles south ot Ashland. A high , State Fair hrs closed. The attendance tunnel has Veeu rim. The ledge is four
Vsn Sant. Grover Neil Eugene Holmes. over the bridge. They will handle fish wind spread the flames and as they took 'small, the agricultural exhibit slim, and ieet wide, and the gold is plainly visible
us before putting tn your win ■
WOOD:
BILLS ORDBHBn PAID:
A It. Porter. E-rl Shepherd, Charley
hold of the brush and became larger and yet tlie weather was all fhat could be to the naked eye.
ter supply.
Oak, Laurel, Pine and Fir.
. .»50 00 Logan, Willie Virgin. Blanch Logan. on Fridays.
I C Dodge, salary tor Sept...
desired.
AntJ
yet
the
board
did
all
that
((
40 00
" Gladys Sanford. Mailer Messenger, Mattie
Rev. F. G. Strange and Elder R. P. more numerous the fire became a formid­ was possible to Interest tho people in the
J W O Gregory,
(<
A^Iæave orders and get price« at« VaA
5 00 Wells. Lena Roach, Ethelvn Hurley, Neil leave Monday for Oakland, Douglas able foe that threatened to become mqe: fair. Some mistakes, of course, were
E D Briggs,
< (
Oak, Fir and Pine.
5 00 l-olera Norlon, Lui* Hattie. Mabel Free­ county, to attend the Southern Oregon tor of the entire situation. Tho neigh­ made, but the board tried to be econom­
Sant’s.
M N Long,
bors
assembled
and
at
1
:30
p.
tn.
Presi
­
land.
Telia
Dixon,
Otis
Tout,
Cresste
H C Galey, Rftl. for3<l quarter .. 15 00 Norton, Ida Stewart. Co. B. Second Ore­ Presbytery The synod meets at Salem dent Van Scoy ordered out the entire ical and careful, and in thia respect was
17 00 gon. Sargeant Will Grubb and Tbos. Cobb on the 12th.
Milton Berry, Reeorde* ’ r fees
state normal school—faculty, scholars a great improvement on former years.
J \V Hatcher, labor ae street oonr 23 00
In addition to these, there are 25 music
Miss Olive Gregory returned to Table and everything that could do sei vice— But in most respects, it v. as, not up to
Kinney & Provoat, mdse............. 18 40 students and 50 children in the training Rock Tuesday where she and Mrs. Pen­ to squelch the flames and prevent the its usual standard.”
ASHLAND, OREGON.
B F Reeser,
“ ................ 9 45 school, making tbe total enrollment to dleton are assisiting the assessor in destruction of the Bellvioif district
The rubberneck fraternity who were
S 75 date 162.
E F Loomis,
“ ............
finishing up his assessment report. school house and Geprge Croweon’s resi­ at the depot Saturday afternoon had a
00
13
Ejmil Peil, blacksmith work .. *..
While at tlie freight depot (delivering Miss Gregory wifi return horue the last dence. Tlie Southern Pacific sent up an choice morsel to feed their ouriositv upon.
11 00
L j Norton, labor
lab, on «streets. ....
engine with a lot of men, iucluding tlieir It was none other than the pet brother
9 00 fruit yesterday juet before noon tl|6 ot the week.
J Galbraith,
Mrs. Myron Harrison went to Galice section hands. An old unused road pas­ of the president of the United 8tates
H
....... 9 00
" horse drawing lipn. p. Mingus’ spring
A 0 Patton,
<<
0 00 wagon became frightened at the noise ol creek Tuesday to visit her husband, ac­ sing near the school house allowed an —Abner McKinley. He was accompan­
F N Patton,
<»
3 CO a passing engine, leaped in the air twice, companied by Miss Myrtle Hurst. Mrs opportunity to head fire and with the ied by a party in which were several
G F Dugan,
tt
2 RS turned over the wagon, throwing Mr. Harrison will open a millinery store in calming down of the wind the energetic good looking ladies. Abner js a smooth
S C Corbett,
ii
75 Mingus violently to tbe ground. Break» the Anderson building on Main street, army of workers succeeded in conquer­ s|ieculator and has b oonie Immensely
W Radcliff,
ing the fire fiend about 4 o’clock.
wealthy in the last few years. He makes
9 90 ing away from the wagon the horse upon her return.
C I. Loomis, labor on water wks
The lire cut a swath about three quar­ the grafting world think that he possess­
TS struck out for home. vtr. Mingus was
W B Gray,
New
fall
and
winter
stock
of
shoe*
ters
of
a
mile
wide
and
two
and-a-halt
es the charm that gets to the sack of the
Y TT^ Are going to give some
Prices
75 afterward taken home. His right arm list arrived at Vaupel, Norris dk Drake’*.
G W Rhoads
"
miles long Bellview school was barely federal government and thia bewitching
below the elbow was badly swollen and
Lew Norton, hauling hose cart to
L
in
OZDZOraOf
CUApQ
tom
ake
They
are
neat
and
attractive,
and
splen
­
saved.
Miss
Susie
Holmes
and
the
condition
haa
turned
him
large
sums
fire
................. ........................ 2 00 injured and his right leg below the knee did values for the money. Call ana see scholars had removed the furniture and
m W p.
room
for
Fall
Stock.
0
11
VJ
Ci
from
contractors
having
bnsjp«««
with
sustained
serious
injuries.
85
1
H J Hicks, lumber...........................
them.
contents to a place of safety. It was a Uncle Sambel
75
Fox A Hildreth, dravage...............
Etna, Siskiyou county, Oct. 2.—Nong
Mr. and Mrs 8. W. McClendon of Cen­ very exciting day and everybody was
50 Toy Gow, a Chinese employed at Her­
O Mattoon
“
................
a. 8. 0rr, 0.. U. Witberow, L. F. Wil­
complimenting everybody else for tiie
zog’s Hotel, assail I teti Kittie Luttrell, a tra' Point visited Ashland relatives and enthusiasm with which all hands entered lits, A. D. Carrick and H. F, Murdook,
HAMCMON
waitress, with a knife last Saturday. friends Monday and Tuesday. Ham re­ into tiie work of fighting, the Normdlitefl who have been taking work in the Ma­
A cts gently on the
ports the recent district fair manage­
Rev. R. Fysh preached here Sunday. There was consid rable excitement in ment ns settling up Saturday night itr eominjj in’ for a good large share of praise. sonic order, left for Klamath Falls today.
town and a lynching party was organized;
Mrs.'A. E. Lown returned to Horn­
Frost was on the ground here Monday but the men were quieted by Joseph full with eyei-yljodyi
There'* a hat time in the old town brook yesterday.
Stophens, a cool-headed merchant, ana
morning.
Call on Vaupel, Norrie A Drake’s for lust now. Having bought a few ot those
Chinaman was du ley tried and aiven your carpet*. They have received a fine
Geo. W. Vaupel and Will O. Marks go
Frank C'ute’4 crew threshed here the
air tight heater* of B. F. Reeser I
seventy-rive days in jail in default of $75. lino which are being offered at bottom »3.00
have concluded to cloee out at »2.50 air to Portland Monday
Tuesday.
B. K. Collier conducted the prosecution. price*.
tight heaters from »2.00 up. Also about
Gold Hill item*.
S ystem
Sam Cat >ii io anil Jack Garvin have
ro DIWVD
vm wvii
John Bays, the contractor for the
E. E. Dunbar, the Clever cashier of the 75
stoves Ut
of nil
all »IMUS
kind* to
aell at BCttHU
aamo ui>;
old .
done a great deal of work on their quartz Mohawk railroad grade, expects 100 First National Bank of Grants Pass, pi ice. 17 stoves sold this month so far | Sunday night soma one entered the
claim.
head of horses tonight from Snake liver. accompanied by his wife, took yester­ In 10 day«. The last of the month I will' Prospect saloon of thia city by forcing
Walter Farra and family were in from Tlie people here wou'd not work for day's train for their future home at give number sold, also name of parties the front <VWt and carried away several
bogrt of dgara and a large quantity of
»2.75_ for
man and ; Phoenix, Arizona, moving there on sold to.
Sprague r ver last week and went to the I such low wages as r-:
J. M orris , Tlie Stove Mftn.
•
bottled liquor, valued at about »20.
valley Thursday to get supplies.
team, without board. They are right. account of her health.
Gpy(, Rogers, the pepnlist governor of There la no clew to the identity of the
Milo Wslker and son Jim drove the —Eugene Guard. Bays built the Siski­
Hon.
E.
D.
Fottdray
of
Phoen^g
was
perpetrator,
Washington,
accompanied
by
hie
staff,
slteep they were heardiug to the valley, you tunnel. This new railroad is for in Aahlantj 'jueailay, accdmpan'ted hv were on yesterday's train for Sau Fran-
the snow covering tho ground. Geo. the Booth-Kelly lumber company.
hia brother, A. M. Foudray of Portland oiaeo to meet the' returning Washington i
Hie citv
i0“tr“ct ,01,
Shepherd is the owner.
The Aalilaud W. C. T. U. i* preparing The latter »rrivod at Phoenix Saturday
Wilt 0. Rueb, formerly of th is section, to send a contribution of fruit to tbe to pay a vialt to hla brother and tpend a
Prof, w, ft. Hampton returqotl to [ power for the pumping plant, and is now
arrived here from Mendocino county. Critteuton Rescno Home of Portland. while in southern Oregon.
'"¡■nd last night
the National working on the crib which will encase
Cal., Thursday, where he has been in Tire Indies ask any who have fresh or
It may never have occured to you, but Convention ot Mining Engineer* in San j l,>e wheel. The pii>e and machinery are
U vernineht serviis' gathering speci- 'dried
....... , peaches
-------- or other fruit to spare
.... to dry
wood
ia
scarce.
Gat
a
supply
while
i.4 1 . as , 1. . a t 1
S
' l-rancisco and the mining districts of | on ,he grounda, having arrived some
Buy THE ftEHVIHl - M*H T 0 6F
mens in biology
He started t s Mon- kindlv leave
the donation lit
at tilt.
the ufflV-O
store t\
of
.
R. W. B kach A B ro .
the state of California.
time ago. Tlie time for completion of
Una Friday where be wi'l establish win- I Mr. Poley by noon next Wedne''.lay,|)uu'-’“'
Il •
Will F. Clute, who arrived here last i
B00tr,<'t
«•ver»> ¿«V« «go-
ter quarters and work in that line. U
IL" p I Oct.
ZAk* llth.
,,’1‘
i Mrs iffiene Harris, has-been visiting
will be joined lat r by two other men
Grant’« Paie, whose J’S®“«
-—..a-,
there mil be the usual preaching ber^brother-.n-law W m. ^HarrhHn Ash­ week very ill, was operated upon Tuee- I . . : Y’Wpky
and left
Woodland,
who will assist him in that work..
I services
sen ice* lioth
both morning mid
and evening In lard
*" *"
* * Tuesday for “ ,v
" * day 1er appendicites by Dr. Poole ot P“'“«og «M deetroyed by Are last Hal-
K* SMI W AU «Mixa >«<X *«> n*
Yreka,
assisted
by
Dr*.
Parson
and
!
'>
r
“
*y>
wm
in
the
city
thia
morning.
He
' ............
‘ 1 by “
.ev. Cal She came to Southern Oregci »wo
F.lbert Cooner ami bttnily formerly of i tho
Baptist .....
Church
the -------
pastor. Rev.
Coop r Station came in irorn Klamath A. M Russell. All are cordially invited weeks ago with the remains of her Songer. He was tn a bail way and there ' ««P®01« t0 rebuild al once, and came for
qoufile 4*3
a* to
»V hi* IvLurviJ»
recovery.
I the “
purpwe
“
<4 buying
■»
«11 • the
11»° UIILK
brick UU*
ob- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
mother, Mrs. Bostwick, buried in tha are C G'JUVtC
county, Tuesday.'
to attend
„
J U
™ ..
.
tamable from the yarda of thia niece
Jacksonville cemetery.
■ •
Mr. andMr«. T. H. Rlmpeon eave for wh|ch «ill be abippad to the P¿. .
Mrs Robert A. Miller, grand presi­
Portland
KPARTMKNT OF THE 1NTER-
irtland Monday, the fori
former to rapre- once.
once.
comne-
lIVlli
'«»up n ICI a ui
’irguii, tinte
- Elmer
----- Patrick,
-yr — a clever and vuuii
^-
dent nntitr
Native * Daughters
of » Oregon,
insti-
On Baar Terms.
ior. Land Office at Roseburg. Oregon.
itf young
Vhnntr salesman
siiipflinan of
nf this
thia city
nitxr left
lai» JTrj*
V«; aent Granite Lodge, Knight* of Pythias,
tuted Hannah Gilbert CaWn,- No. 2. in tertt
We are offering the lota in the Carter Eugene last week. As the ruminer indi- lay for Portlanq to accept a responsible In tbe grand lodge which meets there
Octobers, 1899.
Th* atamp mill at the Lucky Bart
Notice
is hereby given that the follow­
bas been running day and nikht for tho
4 .«M Ce, at •nc|rar*3*GnaJ>te price #»><1 cateB it is the second cabin of Native poai'ipn wit|itha widely known commis­ Tuesday.
ing-named settler baa filed notice of hla In­
pas*
week
or
so.
and
the
clean-up
la
ex
­
smji easy termi (hat thoi>i? <ho are Daughters organised in the e fjtc
sion house of Page A Son. Elmer is a
tention
to
make final proof in support of
John O. ThomM, of 8aa Frnnoieeo, pected to Im considerable.
rent' iiiohn
ihowhl ivtm
look ilwtP v»«*
over. «
A ¡ j
paying rem
gii
strictly reliable young man and has a will
his otalni. end that said proof will be made
be here Munday to adjust the lore
èiuall
down and easy
’ha Marron mine crew of ten ~ men
p ..ttisiug future beiore Lint.
Oregen State Normal School, Drain, Oregon.
before
C.
H. Withrow. Connty Clerk of Central
m w' ■ | payment
«*• j
** monthly
11 a *’* I | ’ ‘J —
— f
on Mre. M. Wood’« reeidence. The
¡»aymenti will saonra you mw or the i weie lai<1 off for a week's vacation Mon*
Klamath county, Oregon,at Klamath Falla,
MARRIED,
Mr. and Maw. C. C McClandon earns family are occupying 8. C. Palmer’s
Oregon, on November 11.1890. via:
attractive location» in Aahtaml for day, after working steadily all summer,
Will onan its doors for the ww school year on September 11 .It». The
LF.VI L. ANOLE.
D. D. Good, foreman W. K. "P ,fn?m
Valley Monday. Me reiklenee for the precoat.
a homo.
C-'K ibi K L and C o . (They are^ L
„«on thoroughly renovated and improved. Naw apparatus added «»d
**’ • ,rur«J
*»» ao many year* In the yacht race thte afternoon the ROBERTSON—OVERTON—At Grant* on hia H E. 8206. for the HE % of NW M. mania made for the comfort and convenience pt the “'"i*"1,,
.......... . ..........—
Smith h. Chits. Klhbe. Thoa. Itennellr, I
and Lola J. 4 and«. ttec. It, Twp 40 8. R 5 Dormitory Advantages at the lowest possible rare. ®
Fi»lit»r, Ed Hadfield. Arch. Water-1 !,,a‘ 1,8 »»','“»«•' '<>
now - secnstom- \;uiuiiii)ia
__ _ stores.
_ I yill,
... not . l)c ’
Columbia caine
came out nve
five c-'cnnds auenu
ahead
Paia, Oct. 3d. 18W. Mr. David Robert­ W fs I.
See Reeser lor
Oowrae. Complete Training School In connect ton with the NornuaJ,
leo Frwhlivli,
Froelilith, Clio.
Chas vruit, M
v). I | ing hlmrelf to
plain
milk. A ' 1®
«¿•«Ki;’ I nuv
’ejiift
ricJv«iaUrS’nmn,Uei>.
t JI
u «"Ifi«;
’of th« Rhamrock. It will probably be
en
and
Mee
Della
Overton,
both
of
have
Ji
He names the following witnesses to professionally trained under the supervision of a Critic Tepcbsr. who wfil^giva hw jnttre
atUo(^ing.Je.,range,;inuhe.te|M.r1Kker.?yn.n
nor.ee,
Merlin, Rev. N. F. Jenkin, officiating. prove bls continuous residence upon, and time to thia work. Graduates of this school ais givsn * cr^lt °.f r*?‘^ J
T“”.
BeaMto
the
j
win
,1
"
ve
cr8am
b
’
rHtft«'.
_
.
of, said land, via; <Ja->r«a Bai­ In« Experieooe, which enables them to reach the Life Diploma In the quicken aa4 mos>
ina stoves, Air Ughi storce from three from Spokane this week, itesele« me
_
_
The coroner’« jury Uhl Uw bi.’ans of BRIGGS—GROOMS—At Taylor. Calii., cottreation
ley ot Shake. Oregon: D. H. Yaogar of rattrfactory manner. Bend your address for oomplete catalofiM to
iuat sold --- tunnel
... B.
... —
— I have
..... -------------
------ . of under 400 feet th»*
' .1 ledge has
Presiding Elder D.
T.
Sommervllle
E.*L.
’
Moon
7
»
*<kaa'tL
dollars up. X.
J
l /. i. Burnmerville E. L. Moon’« O mua at Granta Paa« to,
Aug. 24, 1W9, Ed 8. Brin« and Mias Snow. Oregon; A. V. Oden ot Shake. Ore-
Jack Morns list air tight at »3 00 each, been drifted on the foot wad 1X5 fMt accompanies Bev. Ecx
-* KJamath the y.fgligince ol - G.
- 1. PrOfra, <
R om to
J Mary Grooms, formwlyaf Granta «S' •
JNO. B. WAITER As M., Prwidrot of Fnculty.
each way from the
B. F.
F. K
w»»«»«
tua tunnel.
tuonai.
«ounty. TLay go tomorrow
B.
umm .
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