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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1900)
GOLD Hill!« ITEMS -
Talent Insane Man Snfeldea.
Death of Mr*. M A. Patton.
Safom, G-t. 16.—Early yesterday
Tom Kahler is in town.
Mrs. Marena A. Patton died Tuwriay
mortiina John F. Adams, aged 51 y«-ars,
Conductor W. A. White is over from at the home of her daughter, Mrs T L.
,Joe Dusenberry was in town Sunday. a patient from Jacks m conntv, was found
| Powell, on Oak street, after an illness of
Dr. Ray has bought the Dr; Braden dead in his room at the State Hospital
Fr.nlrT. Flmlmv ni.nr. tnn«r a .h-1 several months, in the 67th year of ber
Frank L. Findlay, piano tnner, Ash
tor the Insane, having hanged himself to
one of the at-am pio^e by a strip tarn
The funeral takes place this afternoon,
F ull L ini or U ndirwiai ,
Joe Begley went to Portland Monday from bis blanket. He must have been L adies ’ W raps , F urs , etc .
Vai. Haskins was over from Applegate the interment being in Ashland ceme evening.
F ini S tock of S hoes .
H. Simons is about to sell his mine on his first attempt was apparently a failure.
Mrs. Patton was an estimable lady and
E. 8. JeoiH» is out from Portland on a leaves eight living children out of the Old Gold Hill.
He bad made a noose and adjusted it,
We are Leaders this Season in
but in jumping from the rsdiator upon
11 born to her to mourn her loss. They
Mrs. J&mesSmith was visitingin Gold which he stood, tbe rope broke withont
C. H. Jones of Cottage Grove is stop are Mrs. A D. Rockfellow of Portland, Hill this week.
doing him any injury. He then fixed it
ping in Ashland.
Mrs. J. K. Pation, Mrs. A. L. Helman,
A- Sisemore, one of oar townsmen, up again, making it shorter than before
F. W. Schaffer, the Woodville miner,
and giving it leas of a awing, so that be
W. 8. Patton, A. C. Patton, N. F. Pat went Jo Medford Tuesday.
was here Tuesday.
succeeded in strangling himself. When
ton, of Ashland. The children were all
Mrs. Joe Owens of Hornbrook is visit
Geo. Edwards, wife and children left present during her last sickness and ing her mother Mrs. Wyatt of this town. found at five o’clock in the morning the
t>»dv was still warm, «nd William Eng
Monday for Iowa.
death Mrs Patton was born in Illinois’.
■Mie* Ada Hayes of Medford was visit land, the old 8alem banker, who occu
F. M Wxite came in from Klamath
Patton June 13, 1852. 8he crossed the ing ber folks on ßardioe Creek last week. pied tbe room with him, was still asleep,
not having been awakened by the grue
plains in 1862 and settled in California
Everything Seasonable, in all grades
Ray W il!iam8 of Nebarska is visiting
Rev. Father Donnelly returned Tues where she resided a number of years and Ms brother, A. W. Williams, in Gold some performance.
and at prices to suit any pocket.
Adams had been admitted to the insti
day from Portland.
moved to Ashland in 1875, residing here Hili.
tution three times, the last time on Feb
Miss Daisy Mingus has gone to Port
Andy Bailey is giving j dances every ruary 4, 1896. Mr. Adams formerly
land to study music.
Saturday night at Bailey
ley Hall in Gold lived at Talent.
We have this fall unusually beautiful and
Cole’s station now has a Western Un a Fraternal and Beneficial order through Hilt.
Stope the Cough
ion telegraph office.
.................................... stylish lines of
out the country. Sometimes it is near
Martin McDonough has returned to
and work* off the Cold.
Gold Hill and is at wozk in his candy
A soaking rain commenced last night home as tbe following shows:
Laxative Bromo Qu'nine Tablets cure a
Ashland, Or., Oct. 15th. 1900.
and is in session today.
IN ALL BltÆiTCIïElS
cold in one day.
No Cure, no Pay.
Received of Record Keeper of Granite
Eadies* Jackets and Capes,
3 James Taylor and family came in from Tent,
Price 25 cents.
No. 4, Knights of Maccabees $200,
Sprague river last week.
the second annual payment from Valley and commenced to work for James
Political News Items.
Eadies* CailorJDade Suits,
0 A. Cavin returned to Cole’s Tuesday being
Disability Fund for disability caused by Smith of Sardine Creek.
Congressman Thos H. Tongue will
injury, resulting in partial paralysis.
Mrs. Dr Hines on her way to Port
Ready made Wrappers,
J from a trip to Medford.
I am much pleased by the promptness land visited in Gold Hill Friday the guest address the people of Ashland Friday
Wm. High and wife came over from shown by the Supreme Tent in paying ofMr». Margaret Jones.
evening, Oct. 26th, at Chautauqua Tab
----- FIRST-CLA^S WAGON WORK.------
Eadies* Underskirts S Picard Monday after supplies.
ernacle, and the republicans will give
this claim and feel that I am truly in
S. Puckett, the Cold springs hunter, sured and that.a. member does not have fornia Stinaay. • They will spend the
e was P. here
to die to win in the Maccabees.
the first of the week*.
State Senator Geo. C. Brownell of Or
winter oh Sardine Creek.
As usual, we are up-to-date in
E dwin P. S penceb .
egon City spoke for tbe Republicans at
John A. Churchman the express mes
Mr. Kellar, a well-to-do farmer of Illi the tabernacle Saturday evening. C. B.
senger did the town last night.
Tire Woman's Relief Corps gives an nois has located in Gold Hill with the Waton presided and the Satchwell or
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes.
A. C. Alford of Klamath Falls was re entertainment at the opera house to vie® of buying* home in the spring.
chestra furnished the music.
gistered at the Ashland House Saturday. morrow evening. An excellent program ..ThaL Humiaon Quartz Mining.Co.,
C. E. 8. Wood who is to speak against
Monday, _ and ex- imperialism in Ashland is a man of cul
Mrs. T. F. Kershaw returned last night will be presented, and has boen care- commenced
Public School Books,
from a visit at ber old home in Kansas.
ture, intelligence and education. Any
Watson, an efficient hand at the busi
The three Dunkin boys have returned one desiring to hear a question well pre
Mr. and Mrs Ben Eggleston were at ness of entertaining the public. A feat
School and Office Supplies.
Klamathon this week on a business trip. ure will be two laughable farees, "Judve home from Crescent City where they sented should hear him. He is billed
have been working during the summer. for Ashland next Thursday Oct. 27th.
Rumors of weddings among several
Mr. Reed of _____
men Chas. Prim, T. J. Ken-
prominent young people are floating ville.” There will be a number of spec
ialties and a pleasant evening by home at work Veparinga building Jn" which °e-v’ Alel Orme, Jacksonville; W. 1.
talent is promised. The Relief Corps is tie.will soon places fine stock of groceries.
e* Medford; Repre-
Mrs. Wick Fox went to Medford yes a worthy cause and deserving of patron
sentative Mathew Stewart,Talent; came
The family of Mr. W Yantis have been up Monday to hear Gen. Carr speak
A. E. Reames, of Jackeonvi le, is ex terday while Wick joined tbe 0. R. T. at age. The admission is 25 and 35 cents.
sick for some time, are improving since
pected to speak here on the evening of Boeeburg.
A few good Second Hand Books.
A crowd of teachers invaded Grizzly. gofa^to the- Sulphur springs on Sardine
The Bryan club swung their banner to
Mrs. A. D. Ferguson and children re peak east of Ashland Saturday and were
A8HLAND, Or.. Thursday, Oct. 18, 1900
Ed. Moore, brother of our postmaster, turned yeeterday from a visit in Klam enabled to see all the valley towns, Mt
the home of the consent of tbe governed
Hon Tillman Ford of Marion county, ves'erday. Hon. Eugene A. Sherwin, who A. F. HUNT.
is engaged in the livery business in ath county.
8bast«, Mt. Pitt and all the mountain
J. L. THORNTON.
republican canididate for presidential
Chas. E. Abel left Tuesday for Crafton, points within a range of many miles. elector, spoke to a good sized audience has lost none of his enthusiastic faith in
Geo. W Howard Is here from Canada.
Ed Leever and family have returned San Bernardino county, Cal., to spend Those who went were: Misses Anna jutf Gold Hill Monday evening. The the Nebraska statesman in the past four
and Minnie Luster, Alice Applegate,
years, was master of ceremonies, The
their home in Klamath county. So the winter.
D. N. Davis and family ware in the Valiev
Edith Brown, Julia Tavlor, Carrie Bent meeting was held in the I. 0.0. F. Hall banner is strung across Main street near
W T. Van Scoy of Jacksonville and ley, Lyda Lottridge, Luella Carey, Agnes Joseph Hammersly, president of the the bridge.
W. A. Mann, who has been living on Allen T. Holt of Willow Springs were Moore, Nellie Ewan, Hattie Gleason, Republican Club, presided. Music was
P. 8. Puckett came in from his place last
Gen. Clarke E. Carr of Illinois, ex-
the Bybee farm on Rogue river for two here Saturday.
Margaret Byers, and Messrs. Lee Thorn furnished by the Gold Hill band and or
chestra Few political speakers have minister to Denmark, and advertised as
Will High WU oyer from Picani, Cal.,iyears- wiU rem0T® back t0 the Point
C. W. Myers and John Hillerof Klam
.visited, our town during; this campaign a big gun, spoke for McKinley at the
athon were registered at the Askland * Coggins Bros, the saw mill men who and quite a demonstration was made on Tabernacle Monday evening. He proved
Geo. and Water Grow went to Tab
are acquiring a large body of timber land this occasion.
a slow and tedious speaker whose mind
the Point Tuesday evening displaying a
west of Coles for the purpose of convert
was in its prime some twenty years ago
or more. C. B. Waton presided and a
John Lacey and family came in from McKinley and Roosevelt badge as large Sacramento for treatment, His eon ac- ing it into lumber, are negotiating with
as a silver half dollar.
over the mountain Friday.
Mrs. Rufus Cole for tbe purchase of 200
song was eung by T. K. Bolton, T. F.
Supt. 8 J. Fore was over yesterday Kershaw, E. E. Washburn, Geo. Wals-
acres of her land at Cole’s station for a
N. A. Jacobs, wife and son Newton, of
Lula Taylor is up from town on a visit to
site upon which to erect their new saw
worth, Elmer Patrick, and Jos. Kinney.
Medford, visited A. 8. Jacobs and wife
hfcr folks on Ham peon creek
start of Henley were registered at the Aehland mills. They will haul the timber to He started the fine new 10-stamp mill The Satchwell orchestra furnished the
Bud Inmvn and family passed here Mon
their mil) on a railroad to be constructed on that property Monday and it works music.
for Redland, Cal., about the 25th.
day from Snow going to the valley.
and which will be about seven miles fin4. The mill is equipped witn Jacobs
Olwell Bros, have all the girls and
Concentrators but as they are at present
Homer Hieh passed here Thursday on
long. Work will begin next spring.
boys they can get employed in wiping
working free milling ore the concentra
his return tr<p home from Kinmat i Co
EGGS FOR HATCHING
Tbe Ashland band has effected an or- tors are not employed. Mr Fore and 44
apples. Several of them are complain on mining business.
A. D, Ferguson and family went over to ing of sprained wrists and sore hands.
Prof. Frank L. Findlay, the piano Sanization for practicing purposes at city the company who own the Sterling mine
Kiamath coanty a few days ago to look at
The oyster supper given last Friday tuner, went to Grants Pass Tuesday on all twice a week. The leader is D. B. near by are considering the matter of
Grant, recently from Genesee, Idaho, putting up a 40-stamp quartz mil) on the
Oharley Ellsworth Wright, who for the evening in Rostel’e brick hall was well
and the eighteen members are well Sterling mine which is being oberated
past two years dealt in fruits through east
Don’t forget the removal sale at Mil pleased with his management. An effi now with a 10-stamp mill Work will
BREEDER OF H1GH-CLAS8 POULTRY.
ern Oregon, preparts to go south to hie old > used for the purpose of purchasing a ler <k Bartges, 15 per cent discount. See cient band is a necessity to a progressive
If you would be realty
begin on tbe new mill in the spring.
home tn central California, or near there, bell for the M. E. church.
our ad. this issue.
Have mated three grand pens ofBsrred P. Rocks
soon His mission here was for his family’s
clean, begin with your blood,
Dr. J. K Reader and W. J. Messen
Wm. Spence and daughter Miss Irene be encouraged by all.
health. Thev have been much bene til ted . Mrs. Harvey of Gold Hill has had men
aggs, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00, pr 13. 8. C. B. Leghorns
by this eJimate.
came in from Rock creek, Klamath lake,
and Black Minorcss, $1.00, pr 13. Black Langshan,
Mrs. J. DeRoboam, for many yeare phyry and granite walls at the old saw A mottled skin cannot be
store and residence buildings in this Tuesday after supplies.
1 set, $1.00, 2 set, $1.50. My birds only lacked one
TO CURK A COLD IN ONE DAY
place, and will rebuild them in Gold
point at Oregon State 8bow of being as good as
made show from $2145 to $126 per ton.
Take Laxative Bromo Quip’ne Tablets. Hill.
continue unless the blood is pure. Hood's
Address, E- .A.- ZECRTTSE, Roseburg, Oregon.
iting Mrs. David F. Fox, left for home death being dropsy. The venerable >ady
The Swinden ledge, near Gold Hill,
AH druggists refund tbe money if it fails to
Politics are very quiet in this place;
was a pioneer of this c >unty. She leaves
cure. It W. Grove's signature is on each no street discussions. Oh, for some at Butte, Mon., Monday.
which was discovered in 1860, which for Sarsaparilla cleanses the blood by disinte
Mrs. J T Abbett returns to-night from marriage, Mrs E. DeRoboam and Aug a number of y»-ars past, has been owned grating and dissolving the bad germs.
speaking in i his place, even if it was
at Albany, Eugene and other ustine Schmidling.
by Dr Jas. Braden, was sold a fe< days Hood's is the royal road to real clean
Since to Dr Ray who has been operingat liness, both inward and outward.
woke up! There was a republican Williamette valley pointe.
Buy the Peeless Improved Plows of
Warm days and cool nights.
speaker from Salem billed to speak here
Mise Nellie De Peatt came up from EmirPeik It W1H Bcoupr jn any kind of it the past year under
Several of our miners are making prepar Tuesday, but for some reason the bills Grants Pass Tuesday on a visit to her soil
and i9 guaranteed to give satisfaction jhe mine has a ten-stamp -mill on it, be covered with scabs from impure blood,
ations to begin operating their mines just were taken down.
mother,- Mrs. A. De Peatt
every way. For sale by Emil Peil, which has been run night and day most but ever since I have taken Hood's Sarsa
aa soon as the rains afford sufficient water
I don’t know of any democrat or pop
Hugh Gillette went to Douglas county 1 b'acksmith and dealer in all kinds of ag iif the time since the Dr. has had it
W A Van Goethen was doing business ulist very sorry about Mr. Colvig leav Monday to return with his family who ricultural implemenrs, etc.
boride I. This enterprise has furnished parilla, my blood seems to be perfectly
H. BOIVIN, Manager.
in the Vasa one day lest week. Mr. Van ing the democratic party. Some say he are visiting his wife’s folks.
for from fifteen to sixtv pure and 1 am strong and in good health."
Goetben ia a rustler and is meeting with has his eye on the circuit judgeship, but
Tuesday evening at opera house “'For
J. Hartstenn, 760 Grand Street, Brook
good succest as a merchant
J. M. Hanson and family of Seattle Her 8ake” by a first-class company-, i
COR. MAIN AND OHUROH STREET
your correspondent thinks it is for a
Get only Hood’s, because
The reDort is current that the noted lyn, N. Y.
Our genial mail carrier wea-s a bright bigger pull. But won’t he be disappoint visited Ashland relatives this week en
Elder R. P. Neil returned Tuesday
: night from the Presbyterian synod at 8turtiia hvdraulic mine on Forest creek
amile thia week. Wonder wbai’e tbecause? ed if Mr. Bryan is elected, which looks route to Klamathon on a visit
J. C. WiHiaruB. one of our energetic fa-m pretty favorable at this time.
E. V. Carter returned Tuesday from a Portland. Rev. F. G Strange returned lias been sold, and that the deeds are in
awaiting payment of the pur
ere, went to Woodville one day this week
China pheasant hunt near Salem, bring- i on yesterday’s delayed train, and has oc- .escrow
Shop is now open.
Call and see his new stock of Fine
“For Her Bake” Co.
ing home the birds to prove it.
; ; casion to thank the Lord that he came chase price. The agreed amount could
but First - Class
It seems to be tbe general opinion among
Mrs. J. W. Allnutt and son Joe left
Little occurrences upon which hang
ths purchasers be ascertained. As this >, Bwd l Pili« cur« U.er 111«; the non-irrttatlng and
farmers here that the coming winter is go the certainly of great events constitute Tuesday for Orescent City to visit her
Mrs. Dan Waldroop and daughter, is one of the largest and best, mines in
Watches and Clocks Repaired.
ing to be long and severe. Of course none
Mrs. Bessie Plymale, came to Medford the district the price is no doubt com only cathartic to lake with Hood’» Sar»aparilla.
of them claim to be weather prophets; but one of the most effective weapons in the father, S. T. Youmans, who is ill.
existing conditions indicate that their prog hands of the skillful playwright, aiming
J. H. Ray and family of Medford spent Mondav on a visit. Theyareaccompan- mensurate with its extent and value.
to enchain the interest and excite the Sunday with Ashland relatives, Chief ied by the former’s eister, Mrs. W M. Forest creek ia situated in the heart of
nostications may prove true.
Jesse Neathamer was doing business in
on a visit to the west.
Oregon. The camp was discovered in
Woodville one day last week. Mr Neat such incident particularly mentioned by
banter appears to be unusually happy at
“For Her Sake” at opera house Tues April 1852 by Jas. McDonnell, who, One Might!
present. Borne of tbe bovs say “it utay be HER BAKE, which is to be seen at Tuesday’s train for San Francisco being day evening.
strance to say, has worked on the dis
due to his large potato crop.’’
Ganiard’s opera house Tuesday Eve.
covery claim ever since and is working
Over the Bridge,
C. E Wickstrnm of the Wickstrom mine, Oct. 23 The play is a four-act melo
Allen Davis, the capitalist of this city, returned Tuesday from a visit at Cole’s on it today. About four million have
was doing business in our burg one day drama, the general theme of which is has purchased the August *oore place
been taken from the creek since ita dis
that of the love of a prince of the blood of over 100 acres on Bear creek for $2500. where the former had the distinction of covery, and how much remains can The Reigning Czar of all Dramatic
turning on the steam that started up the only be conjectured.
for a serf girl, with the consequential
J. J. Martin of Yreka left Tuesday for new 10 stamp quartz mill on the Blue
Bisinark'a Iron Nerve
opposition of his relatives, who hold
Seattle to take charge of a mine for the Jay mine.
A Good Minatrel Troupe.
RUSCO & HOLLAND’S
Was the result of his splendid health. before hie eyes the las of caste, and also
Beach & Bowers’ minstrels are by far
“For Her Sake” at the opera house
Indomitable will and tremendous en of the secret police; for jealousy of the Seattle Co-Operative Co. in that state.
Short Orders, Lunches AT THE
Mrs. Frank Hasty returned borne next Tuesday evening is a very pleasing the best black-face show Salt Lake has
ergy are not found where Stomach, irince prompts hie rival to embroil him
Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of n political conspiracy that ultimately Tuesday from a year’s visit in-Los An melo-drama which will be ably ever seen. Few companies have been
ome M ade P ies , B bead , etc .
geles, Anaheim and other California handled by a competent company of first more modestly heralded. Though four
order. If vou wnnt these qualities and
teen years on the road, this is the first
class theatrical talent.
the eaeceea thev brimr, use Dr. King’s Siberian mines The scene adverted to points.
Beason of these min trels west of the
New L*fe Pilis. Only 25 ceats at E. A. occurs in tbe second act. It is made pos
E. A. Hildreth. Jr.
J. P. Beyle
S hkbwin ’ b drug store.
people who will figure in this play The shoes and carpets now being shown as pot hotel leave Monday for 8an Francis black-cork exhibitions at dollar admis
co to spend the winter in California.
in 8alt Lake which could not hold a
A marriage license was issued on Sat prince, against whom there is a plot Vaupel, Norris & Drake’s.
Mr and Mrs. A H. Pracht will be in sion
candle to that seen last night. In the
W. H. Whybark has returned to Cal charge
urday 13th Co John Bellinger and Jennie aimed at his life, enters a peaeent’s hut
first part the usual concomitants of sing
Arthure; also to Al. Turpin and Zoe and throws aside the long, fur-trimmed ifornia and Mrs. W. went to Central
overcoat worn by the men of Russia. Point Monday to visit her brother, Sam
Dr. T. L. Ball, who sold bis dental ing, dancing and end-men’s jokes were
While he sleeps one of tbe prince’s foes, McClendon.
business at Astoria to Dr. Barr, arrived found. It was the second half, compris
mistaking the coat in the darkness for
in Aehland last week. His family ar ing the specialties, that Btirred the house
Nat Conklin has sold his place of a 120 rived yesterday and they will remain
his own, slips it on and steps across the
to a frenzy of enthusiasm. This opened
Plots of tbe Powerful Patriots of tbe
threshbold of the room. Shots ring out acres at Barron to E B Barron for $800 here for the winter
and the man in the borrowed overcoat and has moved to Ashland purchasing
About twenty Ashland people go down clubs in a way to astonish experts in A Powerful Piot of Penal Perse-ntions
tails dead in the doorway. Tbe piece is a home near J. R. Wick’s place west
J. W. COX, Proprietor.
to Jacksonville tomorrow night to at'end
Red dent with Hitherto Sup
full of similar episodes, calculated to Ashland.
audience cheered lustily and sought A Romance
keep the spectator on the qui vive from
Trunks, valises, club bags and tele
Then came three acrobatic Dramatic Deeds Drawn from Dread Desert
Who ia the luckv person?
Wood For Sale.
rise to fall of curtain Though verging scopes at Opera House Furniture Store.
L. P. Orr of Yreka has opened a eta clowns, the Smith Bros and Harry Free
on the tragical in many of its si'uations,
and candy store in the Ganiard man, who won unlimited admiration. A Drama of Historic Scope and Dignitp.
BO Acres of Timber and it is said that tbe comedy interest in the Mrs W. A. McGrew went to San Fran- tionarv
Ice Delivered Daily in Season
building near depot.
It was the bicyclist, Don Gordon, who
Effects by noted Artists.
brush land. Handy to too n. piece is well sustained throughout band, who is undergoing treatment in Tboe. Short, wife, daughter Jessie, son capped the sheaf by the clevereet trick Scenic
Anything you want cooked
Prices 50-75c. Seats now on sale at
to order with promptness
General Ailmi»no« ftOc.
the railroad hospital for appendicitus, is Frank and Robert Smith of Phoenix re riding Salt Lake has ever eeen. His
opera house grocery.
turned Sunday from a bunting trip at machine simply obeys his sweet will. I
and dispatch. All Hours.
Also a complete Hat of Real Estats.
Fiounoe Rock, having killed seven deer.
Tbe drill, for which this company has
Plena a re to shew property.
F L Southwick, the railway mail
Col. James Scobie and wife who have re long been famed, was a fine lot of evolu
Write or inquire,
who was taken with an attack of turned from Europe are visiting John Ross tions. Fun and dancing were combined
City Resldeace on Hargadiaa Ava.
There will be divine services with the clerk
in equal proportions, in the acrobatic
administration of the Holy Communion heart trouble Sunday night, is recover and family at Clawson.
in Trinity church on Sunday, next at 11 ing and left yesterday for his home at
Mrs. F. H. McDonald arrived from Sac and tiapexe acts of the Kenno-La Barre
One of the beat locations in
a. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m.
ramento last evening to visit friends, tbe trio After this tbe Van brothers, musi
at old stand
cal clowns, gave a fine exhibition in in*
town. Fine bouse fitted *p with
Services at Holy Rosary Catholic
In tbe Justice Court for the District of
pen B Beekman arrived yesterday from •trumental selections. A number that
church on 6th street every Sunday. opera house Monday. They have been
latest improvements. Good cel
Ashland, County of Jackson, State of Ore
will be the drawing card for the matinee
Mass at 10 a. m., Sunday school at 2:30 on the road for sixteen years and th is Lakeview and will visit the folks at. Jack performance was the troupe of educated
and large barn.
p. m and evening service at 7:30 p. m.
C. A Miller and W. H.
dogs, giving all kinds of tricks. Every
is a fine show.
Rev. Edward Donnelly, pastor.
business under the firm
E. Reed of the editorial <taff of seat on the front row parquet to the
ONE ACRE LOT.«
New stock of carpets, art squares, the Henry
FOR THE PUBLIC
Christian Science services in Masonic
name and style of “ Mil
Portland Oregonian arrived to-day to third-story boxes was occupied. If the
hall at 11 o’clock a. m. every Sunday. lace curtains and rugs at Opera House interview the political elements ooDOkning way last night’s show was received is an
AT OLD PRICES
ler & Bartge«,”
All cordially invited.
the election. He is a clever and tAitnted index, there will be a “piled-up audi
ence” for the rest oi tbe week.—Salt
MRS. J. S. HERNDON
Miss Amelia Muller, who has been at newspaperman.
Dr. D. M. Brower’s subject at the
C. G. Yarbrough,
O E- ZEÒET1D
1900 and 1901 styles and patterns of Lake, Utah, Tribune, Oct. 26.
Baptist church at Talent next Sunday her old home in Jacksonville on a months
will be: “The Necessity of A Christian vacation, returned to San Francisco Sat ladies tailor made costumes just re
M ori Txa positively cure* sick headache.
ToO G. Yarbrough. Defendant:
LAW, LAND & LOAN OFFICE
Brotherhood.” Meetings at 11 a. m ; urday to resume her work as stenograph moved at the Wanamaker Agency My indigestion and constipation. A delight- j
In the Name of tbe State of Oregon:
Baptismal rite administered after ser
ful herb drink. Removes all eruption» of
You are hereby required to appear before
the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace for
invited to call and examine these the skin, producing a perfect complexion, Vljw
vices; Confirmation services at 3 p. m.
For Sale—New 31« wagon; set britchen ally
the District aforesaid, at the office of such
beautiful goods. Samples of dress goods or money refunded. 25 cts. and 50 cts.
“The Brands of Christ” and “Bearers harness, saddle, and young span geld also shown in great variety. Come earl y
Justice in said District, on the First day of
of Burdens” are the subjects of the ser ings—cheap for cash; also one 1350 brood and
November, 1900. at ten o’clock in the fore
noon of said day to answer the above
mons Sunday morning and evening at mare, 7 years old. Inquire of H. 8. stylish patterns are exhausted and at Astoria.
... Known as tbe ...
named Plaintiff in a civil action.
the M. E. church, Sunday school at 9:45 Parrish, Oak street, Ashland.
marked out. D. Allen, Sales Agent.
Tbs De endant will take notice that if he
There is a lot of work going on at the
*. m., Epworth League meeting at 6:15
J. C. Eubanks, the commercial travel
fail to appear and answer the complaint
Call and get my Hat of properties for sale
railroad yards in Ashland. Capt. Oiter-
9f Cavlor Property»
p. m., subject, “Our Stewardship,” Will
back’s crew have just finished driving 1 , Faring the Plaza. 30-ft front by 100 ft herein on or before the First day of Novem which includes all classes and kinds, and
Yeo, leader. All are cordially invited to er, was here yesterday en route south
ber. 1900. the Plaimiff will tnke judgement at prices to satisfy anyone.
from a visit with his mother at Portland.
these services. J. T. Abbett, pastor.
A feiicitions wedding cercmoav took the huge piles for the new coal bunkers : deep, ia for sale—on easy terms. Cause against him for sevenieen dollars fifteen
A. H. Osborne, tbe new proprietor of place today in Ashland when 0. E. Lane
My loan department is well equipped and
besides costs «nd di-buree-
There will be the usual services at tbe
and have a capacitv of 2000 tone of coal. for selling, ill health.
menta forgo- ds, wares, and merchandise I can handle money for parties wishing to
Baptist church Sunday at 11 a. m. and Tolman’s springs, was in town yesterday. and Mies Minnie Rockfellow became hus Foreman L. Kuckartx lias the ground in
sold and delivered to said Defendant at invest, to their advantage.
band and wife The marriage took place
7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:45 a m.,
his instance and reqneat That a writ of
y^TYoo know that what at
at the residence of the bride’s mother on readiness for the removal of the old
B Y. P. U. 6:30 p. m. Everybody
I represent some of the best Rre Insur
I do not propose'to give this property attachment has issm-d against the property
freight bouse across tbe main track and
welcome. A. M Russell, pastor.
of said Defendant herein in the hands of ance Companies in the eooBtry and would
we handle you can buy
tied by Rev J. T, Abbett The imme
the8<»ubern Pacific Company and notice he
r---- — to
...... - your property.
Special Sunday night lecture at the
ot garnishment duly served on said Com-1 cannot afford to carry the nek yourself.
diate friends and relatives of both fami An addition will be added to it and it
will make one of the largest freight houses
Christian chuch; Subject, “The New
lies were present and a dainty and well on
Insure against accidents—they are alwayw
the liue. Foreman P. A. Lindstrom
Heaven and the New Earth.”
On affidavit for publication made and
ordered feast was served.
happening and the next may be to you. I
Tbe usual serv.cee in the Presbyterian
an order was made (or service of this sum have tbe beat and siroagest company in
known and prominent in the social life tracks, three on tbe side of the main
church next Sabbath both morning and
moos by publication for six consenutve tbe world.
of th* city where they have resided since
evening. Sermon subjects will be:
weeks. I he first publication to be made
childhood. The bride is of a sunshiny
Tbe Giver or Spiritual Life.” and “The
on September 20th. I960, and tbe Iasi pub
33rCoine and get our prices “ Master
natnre and her friends are only limited
lication oa November First. 1900.
Given under my hand this 17th day ot
by tbe circle of ber acquaintances. Her trackage. The neceesitv of these im Harness, Saddles and Extras
New 6 room honse with one aere of land
in a variety of fruit, one block from North
accomplishments are varied, being prac provements was mauifest in the yards
M jltom Baser,
tical as well as ornamental and it needs veaterday when 200 cars were handled in
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Justice of tbe Peace.
The members of the M. E. church will
no propheticeye to see that she will be the 12 hours, the track being fall of cars
Six-room bouse on large tot with cholcg
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give a public dinner at Granite hall,
a true and efficient help-mate in tbe con all day.
fruit; good barn; Mechanic St. $750.00.
Wednesday, 24th; 25 cents.
Tbe groom is one ot the
AU Kind» of Leather Good».
Fine house and grounds adjoining North
younger busini teas men of Ashland and is
If you don’t feel quite well, try a bottle
ecboo* grounds, for sale at a bargain; Ob
of Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It is a wonder
reasouaale oflbr refused.
ber of the community. The young pair
ful tonic and invigorator. It will help
start out under most auspicious circum 'hie signature is on every box of the genuine ASHLAND,
Main St., near Bridge.
stances and with the best wishes of their Laxative BromoKfoiniiie i*«*
“For Her Sake” Tuesday evening,
ABAKAN 0. USJ
FALL AND WINTER STOCK!
M a JIAI a .
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Clothing, Boots & Shoes.
WM. YEO & 00.
mens' and Boys’ Underwear f
GENERAL * BLACKSMITHING
Plow Work and Horse-shoeing a pecialty.
Vaupel, Norris & Drake. 2
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ASHLAND MEAT CO.
General Dealers in Live Stock and
Dressed Meats of All Kinds.
Next to Godliness
EDENBOWER POULTRY YARDS
D. T. PRITCHARD,
. . . ASHLAND
TINNING & PLUMBING CO.
Tuesday, Oct. 23,
and Chop House.
CIDER MILL PRESS
W. A. Patrick & Son.
_ _ Give Me a Call
FRUIT JARS !
We have ’em.
GEO. W. TREFBEN
New Harness Shop