Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911, January 10, 1901, Image 3

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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
TO RELIEVE CAMBERS PARTY.
MINING PLANT DESTROY ED.
ASHLAND'S FINANCES FOR 1900.
Aliller &
Miss Anna Jeffrey visited Ashland Snowshoe Experts Howard and Dick­ A Bls Snow and Land Slide Wrecks Spent $16,738 53 In Various De­
the Sheba Mine's IO—Stamp Mill,
erson Leave ior Buck Lake.
Sunday. -
partments During Past Year
Assay Office, Boarding House. Etc.
Closing out bargains at Vaupel, Nor­
City Recorder Milton B-*rry famishes
J J Cambers, who bought the Buck
ris A Drake’s.
The big snow storm wrought great dis­ tbe following for publication r
lake stock ranch from Beekman, Miller,
Statement of the receipts and expend­
Ranee Rouse of Medford sojourned Hanna and others last summer, left Ash­ traction to the Sheba Mining Co., located
land in company with Mr. Dickerson and on Patterson Creek, 10 miles from Ft itures of the City of Ashland, Oregon,
here Tuesday.
Mansfield Sonnichson December 28th Jones, Siskiyou county. A snow and for the j ear ending Dec 31.1900:
We are now Established in the new and spacious build-
Miss Anna Judge is viaiting Jackson­ for the ranch. They took with them land elide came down from the moun­
«XNEBAL » und — receipts
ville relatives.
ing known as the Pioneer Block, on Plaza and Main, whore
food supplies for three weeks. The ob­ tain and wiped out their entire plant.
Balance ou band..................
$ 490 40
The
principal
owners
were
Thos.
H.
ject
of
the
trip
was
to
deliver
tools,
etc.,
Richard A Pringle’s minstrels at opera
Ten mills levy..........................
4112 00 we are prepared to accommodate the public to much better
before spring in order to be ready to Newell and Sons, Dr. F. Bass and Harry saloon licences.......................
2109 06
house tonight,
IO C 00 advantage than heretofore.
build fences, etc., before the road was C. Frank of San Francisco. It was a Borrowed money...................
Miss Lillie Taylor was on last evening’s open, and Mr. Cambers wanted to see first class outfit with a 10-stamp mill, Poll tax.....................................
196 00
Our Stock has been replenished throughout and pnce«
PREPARATORY TO TAKING STOCK
train from Yreka.
178 00
office, boarding house, etc. The prop­ Licenses...................................
the country in the winter.
45 45 are right.
The snow storm began to alarm Mrs. erty has been idle for 18 months, on ac­ City pound...............................
Give us a call.
E. E. Thornton and family left far
20 00
Fines.............................. ...........
Cambers and when the mountains were count of some of the stock holders desir­ Sale
Portland yesterday.
of strip of land................
10 00
PHONE 243.
again treated to another big storm Sat­ ing tofreeze out others, it is said.
Miscellaneous ....... ...............
. 137 35
Will F. Isaacs came up from Medford urday she became anxious about tbe
yesterday on a visit.
matter and arranged with Harvey How­ THE CASCADE 8NOW8ANK8
Total rece'pts..............
$8297 25
J. D. Blitch, railroad agent at Siikiyou, ard and Will Dickerson, two experienced
EXPENDITURES.
♦ »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦< «<I *♦♦♦♦♦$>♦♦♦♦♦*$1$♦♦♦•♦•$♦♦♦
was in town yesterday.
snow shoe climbers, to go to the relief of The Mail Unable to Get Through— Labor on streets .. .................
...$2644 60
4 >
Mr. Cambers and his companions. The
... 1383 83
Two Newly Wedded Couples are Electric lights.......................
4
R. Bee wick went to Yreka again Tues­ two
Chief
of
police
...
..................
...
4
M)
00
young
men
left
yesterday
with
the
Blocked
In
the
Mountains.
day on a business trip.
Street commi-sioners ...........
... 496 80
intention of making i indsey’s place in
... 283 25
John B. Million finally brought in the Recorder ....................... .*........
Geo. 8. Parker has returned to Med­ Dead Indian last night and they were
..............................
.... 60®8
expecting to make Cambers’ Buck lake Klamath Falls mail Sundry which Treasurer
ford from San Francisco.
...
60 00
Night watch. ........................
cabin today if snow shoe traveling was should bave been here Wednesday of Fire hose................................. ,
... 434 97
W. H. Bartges returned this week from good,
last
week.
All
the
time
since
then
has
being equipped with snow shoes
... 368 80
Sewer pipe..............................
a business trip to Portland.
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and compass. If the Cambers party had been spent in getting the road open and Mercbandi’e ......................... .
... 341 74
4-+++4-++++++-f-+-F*4‘
Miss Lizzie Gross visited Jacksonville left their cabin they intended to take nothing has been done toward moving I nt. on bonds and borrowed money 318 00
Special
Values
in
Fleece
Dress
Goods
and
200 00
friends the first of the week.
down tbe Jenny creek country for the the mail up to date. Tbe first big snow­ Road scrapers................................ .
fall was seven feet on the mountains. Lumber.............................................. 195 58
Fleece Lined Underwear.
John McClendon of Gold Hill and Geo. Ashland-Klamath Falls stage line, ex­ The telegraph line is laid low.
Blacksmith work.............................. 160 »5
pecting to find tbe same by watching for
We are
McDonald did Ashland Tuesday.
75
DO
Stone
work
and
masonry
..............
There wae one mail out from the Falls
the telegraph line.
74 50
.......... .................................
Healthful and Delicious Candies, a Splendid Stock,
Rev. Frank T. Howell went to Klama-
via Ager, which brought the R ecord a i-urveying
Fire depa tment ...............................
67 00
Continuing our
letter
last
night.
thon yesterday to visit his sister.
JOHN CONNELL’S VISIT.
54 00
.1 udees of election..............................
ESPECIALLY FOR CHRISTMAS.
46 50
Going to Klamath county tbe snow­ Road plow.....................................
C. A. Simons returned Tuesday from
45
42
Printing
................................................
storm
stalled
Wm.
Taylor
who
is
anch
­
Ashland
and
Gold
Hill
About
«150
a brief business trip to Portland.
NIX INGER BLOCK
35 00
Attorney fees...................................
Short by Reason of Hie Social ored at Briley’s and Mr, Anderson and Labor for city.....................................
38
00
NEAR DEPOT
Flem Spencer did not arrive home
Miss Spencer of Ashland, who are quar­ Rent.............. . ..................................... 32 00
from above Seattle until Monday night.
Qualities,
tered at Hart’s. James Worlow and Charity
25 75
.................................................
♦ »»♦♦♦♦» «♦♦♦■♦99 !>♦< $191111$♦♦
Jack Sells went to Dunsmuir last
John Connell of Walla Walla, Wash , bride, Anna Rodachau, en route to Ft. Police service .................................... 21 38
Klatnatb,
were
also
caught
on
tbe
moun
­
Wood...................................................
17 55
night to work on the Postal telegraph came to Ashland the last of November
38 79
Miscellaneous ....................................
line.
and met his brother George, of Arizona, tain range and had to anchor.
H. T. Chitwood, the Klamath Falls
who
was
looking
over
the
country'for
a
8. R. Reeves returned to Medford
Total...........................................$8058 81
druggist, l>r. H B Hargus and Mr. and
8unday from a business trip to San large stock ranch that could be pur­ Mr«.- Hadlock, a newly married couple from
Balance on band.............. 238 41
chased. George left for his home and the Klamath Indian agency en rout« to
Francisco.
WATCH WORKS FUND—RECEIPTS.
John remained ostensibly to close the Utah, were en route to A?hlrnd in private
Spring Street, Ashland, Ore.
$ 861 48
Balance on band..
Mrs. Paul Van 8coy has bean viaiting deal. In ‘‘closing the deal” John conveyance
and were stalled by the snow Water rents...........
. 6615 95
her folks at Eagle Point during the past “worked” the people of this county in half way between Parker’s and Hart’s Taps
.......................
307 84
two weeks.
odd sums ranging from $5 upward to $20 Wednesday of last week. Chitwood and Borrowed money .
. 1000 01)
Hargus rode the horses back to Hart’s and Miscellaneous ...
.
13 90
Miss Fannie Nunan returned to Jack­ until he secured from $125 to $175 when 8ent.men
I STORM IN KLAMATH COUNTY.
out to bring in the bride and
disappeared. In
the
sonville yesterday after a visit with H. he suddenly
11ST ALL BZE^ÆlSrCLLES.
Total receipts........................... $8799 17
strength of representing himself as be­ groom who remained with the abandoned
wagon
Dr. Hargus came through the
A Letter Comes Through From Kla­ Judge’s family.
EXPEDITtmrS.
ing an old friend of the late Judge Hum- snow
belt tbe bast be could and arrived in
C. H. Vaupel and Fred M. Drake were ison of Seattle, he touched Ivan Humison Ashland
math Falla.
Sunday. Chitwood started back Interest on bonds and borrowed
ASHLAND, Or.. Thursday, Jan. 10, 1901
at Jacksonville today on business before for $10 and Mrs. E. Dekum for $20. Mc- to Klamath Falls on snow shoes but aban­
money........ *....................................$3091 24
W. C. Whitlock writes the V alley the probate court.
Giil
of
Siskivou
county
who
bought
the
doned it as a bad job and afterward started Paid twofold issue) water bonds... 1000 00
R ecord as follows from Klamath Falls
Ashland wallowing through tbe snow Water pipe and fixtures......................... 2021 82
SAMS VALLEY.
J. M. Tyler was here yesterday from Whit« ranch at Woodville contributed for
under date of Jan. 5th:
----- FIRST-CLASS WAGON WORK.------
until he reached Tyler’s when J. M. brought Labor on water works ..................... 1016 64
$10,
Jesse
Houck
was
embraced
for
$6
50
Tyler’s station on the Ashland-Klam-
Superintendent of water works....... GOO 00
Mr Spence of Pelican bay reached ath Falls road.
and Attorney O. B. Watson lost $6 him to Ashland yesterday Mr. Cbitwoo I Merchandise............................................ 426 27
making his first visit to Ashland since
Oso. Hsmtnoud of Asbestos was seen on Klamath Falls today, Jan. 5, on horse­
through over confidence. County Com is
going to Klamath Falls and is being cor­ Thompson lot.......................................... 350 00
our streets today.
District Attorney A. E. Reames and missioner G. S. Butler is loser but he dially
back. He reports four or five feet of
Blacksmith work..................................
72 40
greeted by numerous old friends
Dr J. M. Keene were in Portland the wont tell how much. He don’t care Ha is somewhat
James A. PanXev and Horace Pelton enow out that way.
71 32
• ... «
surprised at the remark­ Lumber......................
went to Jacksonville today.
They bave
first of the week.
13 50
about himself but thinks it indelicate for able growth and prosperity ot Ashland Printing.......... . ........................
I. J. Straw of the D. ranch, started
• •
some business to transact, which comes be­
Dipping vat......... . .............................
10 CO
one holding official position to have all since six years ago.
Councilman
H.
P.
Homes
is
able
to
be
home
Jan.
3d,
but
had
not
gone
far
till
fore ths county court.
J. L. Yaden, the mail contractor, and
his horse fell off of a bridge in a bank of about after being confined to his resi­ the leg-pullers know the price. Dr.
Total expenditures................... 18673 19
Tbe Asbestos mail has not made con­ enow. Mr. Straw wae hurt some but dence for a month.
Chisholm, the Gold Hiil disciple of Es- Supt. Robt. M. Garrett, were at the
Balance on hand................ 125 98
nection with tbe Sams Valley and Gold
culapius,
paid
an
even
$10
toward
hie
ac
­
Klamath
Falls
end
of
the
line
when
the
CEMETERY FUND—RECEIPTS,
Hill mail line since tbe first of the montb; uot seriously. He wae compelled to get
Douglas Baker, who has been visiting quaintance, and Carl Phe.ps and John blockade set in and are presumed to bo
After his sister, Miss Beatrice Baker, returned
too much show in that ( •> sbestos) section. a shovel and dig hie horee out.
$234 34
McClendon each “coughed up” $5 a piece engaged in breaking the road on that Balance ou hand..................
Later—Tbe Asbestos mail has just arrived. this excitiug incident he gladly returned to Seattle this week.
Sale of lota .......................................... 106 00
Landlord
W.
E.
Conner
mourns
the
side
of
the
mounts
in.*
*
• Louis C. Bolleand family passed through to town.
A. H. Brown, who has been sojourn­ loss of a board bill and $10 clean cash.
On this Bide the drivers went to work
Total receipts..............
4340 34
here Wednesday on tbeir way to their
Ed. McIntire died here of pneumonia ing in Ashland for two weeks, left for The first victim was genial Uncle C. C and hitched up their horses in teams of 10
KXFENDITUBKS
home Dear Spikenard. Mr. Bolle was com­ on Jan. 2d.
He has a brother living California yesterday.
McClendon,
who
is
an
old
standby
and
or 12 and plunged into the snow. When
pelled to leave bi« hack and family at J. li. near Ashland. He bears the name here
................
..$ 6 50
a shining mark for the entire craft of the first span get tired a new span of Labor
Morrirons and proceed on bis journey on
.. 333 84
Mrs.
R.
M.
Presley
returned
home
of
having
been
a
good,
straight
foreward
Aim Hammers. He could have sold his leaders are put forward. This process Baiauce on band
horseback. He reached home just in time
SUMMARY— RECEIPTS.
to save bis buildings from being smashed young man. His remains were laid to Sunday from a visit with her son, C. C. ranch to McGill but told him he already soon makes a path that will give a sleigh
General fund ....................................$8297 25
Presley at Grants Pass.
by tbe snow. He came back Friday and rest near this place.
bad a buyer and McGill bought another a chance. '
Water works fund .............
8799 17
took bis family home on horseback.
Dr. T. A. Boyer on “Crossing the Cen­ place. McClendon’s cash loss was $10
The severest enow storm for 15 years,
Cemetery fund................................... 340 31
Fred E. Stahlman, who was here en
If there is any place in the world that at this place, continued its fury for about tury Line” Wednesday, Jan. 16th, at There are others but the above is an ex­
sudden and unexpected changes can take 48 hours, with telling effect. Snow was Chautauqua tabernacle.
hibit containing the names of some very route home from a visit with his father in
Total receipts....... ................. $17436 7u
place it is in Oreg-m.
Until New Years
shrewd people and indicates that the Chicago, County Clerk Jas. H. Driscoll,
SUMMARY EXPENDITURES.
drifted
5
feet
high
most
all
along
the
Attorney
Oliver
S.
Brown
was
up
from
Day everything seemed like spring of tbe
late John Connell was somewhat of a who has been visiting relatives near
year.' The w»atber was fair and bright; main street, and business suspended Grants Pass Saturday aud Sunday. He smoothe operator. Leaving aside the Marysville, Frank D. Swingle, who has General fund.................................. $ 8058 84
Water works fund........................... 8673 19
honeybees humurng around like in the three days. All the stage lines were is now located in that place.
amusing vein in these transactions there been visiting his family in Ashland, and Cemetery fund .............................
6 50
The trial of John A. Howard, who LAW, LAND & LOAN ¡OFFICE
taonih of May; tobacco plants standing in stopped more or less. Some of the lines
Frank E. Grieve returned Sunday is a serious side to the matter in having J. F. Goeller, who was in San Francisco
tbejtarden uninjured bv frost; mauzaneta are now carrying the mail on horseback
endeavored
to defraud Twlare oounty
Total expenditures ..
»IW3S 53
from a visit with relatives in Sacramento confidence despoiled. A citizen doesn’t on the excursion, left Ashland for Klam­
bras*> in full bloom. The hills were strewn
out of $500, closed at Visalia Monday,
Balance
on
band
$698
23
with yellow flowers known as the pspper
Knowing from personal experience valley and San Francisco.
feel natural if he has to keep his suspic­ ath Falls this morning equipped with
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the jury, after being out 17 hours,
. grass variety, of which, a fine boquet cau that several false reports have been
ion aroused against all men in order to snow shows for mountain climbing.
Miss
Rosa
Patterson
returned
Tuesday
brought
in
a
verdiot
of
guilty.
He
will
be seen in Tom Pankey's sitting room, aud widely circulated throughout southern
Nat Irwin, a well known and popular
be equipped for the professional bilk who
oak trees have young leaves on as large as Oregon about the Ashland-Klamath from an absence of several months in is always smoother than an honest
S. P. Conductor was stricken with par­ be tentenoed January 14. Howard lived
Live Stock and the Storm.
California and San Francisco.
squirrels ears in the Oaiice creek section.
tial paralysis at Tuscan Springs, where at Oakland, and while there went te
person.
So reported by Chas. Moon, who was here Falls stage line, causes me to warn the
The storm caught several hundred cat he was sojourning for the benefit of his the g«me market and obtained all the
Miss Myrtle Hunt, who has been at
from Malice creek a few days ago.
But traveling puplic to not be deceived by
The railroad blockade caused by the tie and horses out on the range and the health. He was taken to Sacramento, squirrel tails possible, whioh he ship­
what a change took place on New Years those who are not doing “as they would Salem and Oakland the past four months,
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Day; tbe anow began to fall but did not lay be «bne by.” I passed over the line, as is expected home in a few days.
heavy snowfall in Siskiyou mountain stock raiser» immediately went to their and at last accounts was in a serious ped to Tulare oounty, where a bounty
rescue. There wilt be no material loss condition.
on the ground until night.
Tbe next a passenger, Jan. 1st, and found their
and
in
the
neighborhood
of
Mt.
Shasta
Call on Vaupel, Norris A Drake and
of 8 cents eanh is paid. He and an
do not hang on too
morning on arising we found 16 inches of fare to be very resonable; also the com
Call and get my list of properties for sale
was raised Saturday sufficiently to allow if tbe snow storms
The Butte creek stock
aooemplioe were arrested, but How­ which includes all classes and kinds, and
good. wet. heavy snow and still more com­ panies’ drivers are very careful in hand­ examine their offerings in bargains. the passenger trains to move, after being many weeks.
Some fine investments await you.
ing, but as it kept melting on the ground it
have the most cattle out on the
ard’s companion turned state's eyi- at priced to satisfy anyone.
interrupted and blocked for three days. men
never got deeper than 16 inches here but ling teams so as to avoid accidents while
range.
denoe. Both were arrested before they
Leonard
Miller,
who
has
been
visiting
Train
Dispatcher
G.
C.
Morris
and
Mas
­
passing
over
the
mountain.
The
Bupt.,
My loan department is well equipped and
in different parts of the valley it ranged all
had tha'.r fSOO warrant cashed.
W. M. Richards of the Anderson creek
I can handle money for parties wishing to
the way from 16 to 24 inches, rbesnowtail Robert Garrett of Ashland, intends soon bis nephew, Rev Frank L, Howell, re­ ter Mechanic R. M. Foster directed the
operations agaius; the snowdrifts on saw mill lost all track of 13 head of stock
was tbe heaviest ever knbwu here. Timber to furnish foot-Varmers for the comfort turned home to Klamathon Tuesday.
John R. Beupham, manager of a Ool- invest, to their advantage.
wm brna«c down ail over the country and and convenience of travelers on this line
Siskivou mountain and Bupt. Fields and cattle in the mountain above there and
Our
25
per
cent
discount
sale
on
mens,
tax
mining oompauy, jumped from a
I represent some of the best Fire Insur­
It took bard work io save tbe buildings, in in midwinter.
Stage leaves Ashland
Civil Engineer Grondohl in the block started out hunting for them on enow
rapidly moving train reoently and re­ ance Companies in the country and would
spite of all that ounld be done many build each day at 5 o’clock p. m. The line is boys and children’s clothing continues ades at Castella and Castle Crags.
shoes.
Aft
until Feb. 1st.—Vaupel, Norris A Drake.
be pleased to write yonr property. You
Ing* were broken down Luckily they were
ceived serious injuries.
the company's available workers were
cannot afford to carry the risk yourrel*.
all barns and stock sheds, no dwellings as equipped with first class stock and coach­
Emmett and John Beeson went to
There
were
348
people
from
Rogue
riv
­
put out. After the passenger trains be­
S. N. Baird, treasurer of the Monte
yet beard of. The details of the damage es.
er valley and Siskiyou county in San gan moving the big rotary snowplow Antelope Monday where they are feed
I nsure against acciden ts—they are always
will be given next week when we can more
Cristo Railway oompany, was held up
“Bob” Oglesby, who is accused of rob­ Francisco on Bolton A Peil’s excursion. went over the disturbed district and ing a bunch of cattle,
and the next may be toyoa. I
fully and carefully ascertain bow much
within four blocks of the postoffioe at happening
bing
the
U.
S.
mail
at
Lakeview,
was
have the best and strongest company tn
Sam Robison left his place at Talent
damage has been done.
We still bave
cleaned out the sidings and freight trains
I.
G.
Moon,
who
¡«
operating
a
flour
Everett,
Wash.,
while
on
his
way
home.
the world,
about 10 inehee of snow with us yet with as brought in this morning on the stage
Though it has Friday and went over to Wagner gap to
mill at Provolt, Josephine county, was were again started
The two highwaymen were undersized
good chance for more as we have for less He has some friends here who do not be­
snowed in the mountains considerable Glade creek on Applegate where his son
here
yesterday
on
business,
after
an
ab-
SPECIAL BARGAINS.
men, evidently amateurs, although they
We receive a few showers of the downy lieve him guilty of the serious crime.
since then, everything is moving along John is feeding 40 head of cattle. The
sense of nine years.
fleece every day.
About one o'clock last
did the work with what is now thought
folks
at
Talent
became
alarmed
as
to
his
A.
K.
Jones
of
this
place,
sent
his
son,
smoothly.
New 6-room house with one acre of land
night tbe wind began to blow and it blew a
W. Aitkin, from Scotland, has now
safety and Saturday Nick Brophy and
to havd been a wooden gun.
terrific gale by intervals tbe remainder of Jan 4th, to Pelican bay. He plowed commenced plumbing in Ashland.
in a variety of fruit, one block from North
If
Redding
Searchlight:
Among
the
Andrew Briner took to the mountain
$76O.M
tbe night. Today it is calm, warm and through the snow on horseback with
Mrs. Margaret Allen of Taooma, is -chool house,
medicine for Mr. Denis’ family there, you want your plumbing and satisfac­ passengers held here during the block­ and found the old man had arrived at
cloudy.
one
person
who
oan
say
she
lived
in
tory
work
done
call
on
him
or
D.
B.
8ix-room house on large lot with choice
ade was F. D Swingle, a stockman of Glade creek ranch all O. K. He re­
who are down with the measles.
Tuesday, January Sth, 1901.
three oenturies. She is 102 years old, fruit; good barn; M6Chanie9t, $750.09.
Grant.
Klamath county, and bis family. Mr. turned with them Monday. The snow
C. Currin met with a painful accident
being born in 1793 in Scotland. She is
Representative E. D. Briggs left for Swingle is a brother of Mrs. D Wagnou was four feet at gap.
Fine house and groends adjoining North
I want to let tbe people who suffer Jan. 1st. He fell from a load of hay and
We try to keep all the
hale and hearty.
of
this
city,
who
had
not
seen
him
for
the
Portland
yesterday
to
be
in
on
school grounds, for sale at a bargain; ne
from rheumatism and sciatica know that was caught by the rack in such a way as
D.
H.
Jackson
went
to
Antelope
New
Ned Foster, a well-known sporting reasouaale offer refused.
new remedies as they
Chamberlain’s Pain Balm relieved me to break his leg about six inches above ground floor. He is for Corbett, for six years.
Years day to get in 15 head of cattle he
oharaotor,
died in the receiving hospital
alter a number of other medicines and a the knee. Dr. Straw set the leg and we United States senator.
had
out.
He
missed
them
going
over
are placed on the mar­
Main 8t., near Bridge.
V alley R ecobd job printing office.
at Oakland recently. He was suddenly
doctor bad (ailed. It is tbe beet lini­ hear he is now doing well.
but located them on bis return and
Misses Lucinda and Laura Reames,
AS A LAND, ORE
ket.««*«
taken sick while on a train and removed
ment I have ever known ot.—J. A.
brought them to his place near Ashland
Mies Bussy and W. C. Whitlock in­ who have been spending the holidays at
Dodges, Alpharetta, Ga. Thousands tended
Saturday.
to
the
institution
where
he
died.
Years
Jacksonville,
left
Tuesday
for
Mills
to commence teaching school near
Give Us a Call.
bave been cured of rheumatism by this Crystal, Jan. 7th, but owing to the recent Seminary, Oakland Cal.
ago he conducted the notorious B e ll a
P. N. Hogue had a band of sheep
remedy. One application relieves tbe snow storm they will be unable to reach
Unton theatre at Sou Francisco.
snowed
up
near
Wagner
gap
and
after
Mrs.
John
W.
Coleman
returned
Tues
­
MCNAIR
BROS.,
pain. For sale bv M c N air B ros .
their destination on that date.
breaking a trail to them refused to come
day from a visit with relatives at Sacra
There is a probability that a Seattle
DRUGGISTS.
out. He will have to bring his feed to
shipbuilding firm will be awarded a
Several parties were snow bound at mento. Dixon and the Bay City. John
BORN.
them.
Successors to E. A, Sherwin.
ooutract to build oue of the new battle­
Klamath Falls during the recent storm remains there for awhile.
which the old settlers say continued the
A. F. Hunt and H. V. Mitchell
ships recently advertised.
Big reductions in prices on ladies dress
brought a band of the Ulrick cattle from
skirts, jackets and capes, wrappers, fur
SNIDER—In Ashland, Jan. 9, 1901, to longest of any for tbe past 15 years.
H. BOIVIN, Manager
Elk Creek and Medford to the Dunn
Mr, jnd Mrs. Vai Snider, a son.
D. R. Andrus, with several associates collarettes and mackintoshes at Vaupel,
place during the storm last week. To­
MICKELSON—In Ashland, Jan. 9,1901, from Medford, were in this county look­ Norris A Drake’s.
day Mitchell makes a shipment of a car­
COR. MAIN AND CHURCH STREET
to Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Mickelson, a ing after suitable land for locating home­
Miss Helen Strang has returned to
load of stags, bulls, etc., for Oakland,
All our Prescrip­
steads. They made their return trip Medford from San Francisco not im­
■on.
Cal.
S. K. ADAMS, Prop.
Aabland, Oregon,
TO DEBTORS
Jan. 1st, just in time to escape the great proved in health. Mrs F. L. Cranfill
EUBANKS—In Ban Francisco, Jan. 3, snow storm here.
tions are checked
Barrons drove 150 head of cattle from
and Dr. W. 8. Jones brought her home.
Harness, Saddles and Extras
1901, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Eubanks,
their ranch at foot of Siskiyous to Cen
Saturday, Jan. 5th.
twice. Once tor
All Patties knowing themselves
You will find W. Aitkin in con­
a daughter.
Shop is now open.
tral Point yesterday and are waiting a
indebted to the undersigned are
nection with the D. B. Grant hard­
AT the LOWEST PRICES.
favorable opportunity to drive 150 head
RADCLIFF—In Ashland, Jan. 4, 1901, Richard A Pringle'« Minstrel« To- ware store.
Nothing but First • Class
earnestly
requested
to
call
and
your safety and
to their ranch at Hiatt prarrie where
to Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Radcliff, a
settle their accounts IMMEDI­
Night.
Work
turned out.
they have lots of hay.
Miss Daisy Mingus, who has been
daughter.
ATELY, as I need the money to
AU
Kinds
of
Leather
Goods.
once for ours,
Richard Pringle’s minstrel troupe, studying the art of how to give instruct­
W. B. and Chas. Million and Fred
engage in the Banking Business
VENABLE—In Jacksonville, Jan. 3, which appears at opera house this even­ ion in music, will return home from
Patton on Tuesday brought nine head of
in Ashland.
1901, to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Venable, ing, is not only a first class attraction
Portland next week.
horses out of a snow drift over toward
a son.
OREGON
ASHLAND,
but one of the very best on the road. It
Grizzley peak. The horses were snowed
Stoves and ranges arriving at D.
PICTURES I
was here last season and all who attended Grant*«
in by huge drifts on one side and fencing
hardware store.
It Guarantees
DIED.
Anderson
Bnilding.-uear
Bridge.
PICTURE FRAME81
speak in the highest terms of the com­
on the other and would have perished if
Maunie Smith went to Gold Hill Tues­
not
succored
by
man
.
pany-
_________________
Accuracy.
day where his father, E. A. L. Smith,
APPLEGATE—In Jacksonville, Dec.
has
a
force
of
men
at
work
driving
a
180
Prof.
Day
Parker
has
arrived
in
New
31,1900, Sylvia Hinkle, wife of Mark
MOLDINGS
J. W. O. Gregory and W. B. Johnston
followed the man who stabbed ‘ 81im” Al­
Applegate; aged 22 years, 2 months York from his aojourn in Ireland where foot cross cut tunnel on the Uncle Sam
CABINET WORK
ledge.
he
had
gone
to
Hobsonize
the
Blarney
lison over the snow as far as Hornbrook,
and 21 days.
UPHOLSTERING
E HAVE REMOVED our
Stone. He expects to ^remain in Tam­
but were unable to carch the fugitive and
GENERAL REPAIRING
Tea of all kinds less than cost at Ash­
Real
Estate,
Abstract
and
bis partner as they left the railroad and
many town for some timeand it is feared land Grocery Company.
OF
FURNITURE
went toward Yreks. Allison is improving.
Insurance office from Masonic
he will now get on the police force and
MRS. AUGUSTA GABBUSH, P bop ’ b .
The
knife
sank
into
his
face
to
the
bone,
M.
F.
Eggleston
furnished
the
Port
­
become one of “the foiuist.”
block to the new Pioneer block
Lacey Building, 4th St., near Depot.
the cut starting on left side of nose,straight
land Telegram of the 5th with a sketch of
(upstairs) cast of city hall, and
through thick or expanded part of same,
At Chautauqua tabernacle, Wednes­ the history of Jasper Fource of Talent,
AT THE
patting the cxrtilage, and continued across
Tables supplied with all «he delicacies «he
respectfully invite onr friend«,
Thia Signatur« I« on «vary box of th« genuina day, Jan 16th, Dr. T. A. Boyer lectures who was born 100 years ago, and that
ASHLAND
upper lip and middle of cheek.
market affords, cooked and served
on "Crossing the Century Line.” Hear paper prints a photograph of him made
patrons and tbe public generally
UNDERTAKING PARLORS.
Laxative Bromo-Quiniae Tabieu him.
in a First-Class manner.
Tonight at opera house, Richard A
to give us a call in our new quar­
by F. L. Camps the day before Christ­
Telephone 167
Th» old rvliable-Th« W««kly Oregonian. mas.
Pringle’s minstrels, A rare treat, don’t
Meals at all hours.
ters. All work promptly and
miss it.
Goods delivered
Lunches put up.
Ashland Grocery Co’s stock closing
carefullv attended to.
Mrs. Maggie Cordi came over from
out at cost.
SQUARE MEALS, 25 CENTS
Sisson yesterday. Her son Tom is at­
Rev. J. W. Craig, who had been doing
tending school here.
Missionary work in southern Oregon
D. Perrosai, who returned recently
towns for the A. O. U. W., finished his
from a visit to his old home in Switzer­
KEEP YOUR EYE
• •••
work and was ready to return home to
land and the Paris Exposition came Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
Klamath Falls when the snowstorm in­
home Sunday from a business trip to the
OPPOSITE PLAZA.
tercepted him. He left Tuesday for
The Old-Reliable Blacksmith,
Notioe is hereby given that the under­
Bay city.
Roseburg and the Willamdtte valley.
signed, doing business under the firm name
Has Purchased.........................
I. L. Wise and family of the White of The Ashland Meat Company, bave dis­
Couches made to order or covered with
solved
partnership
by
Mutual
consent,
Sulphur Springs Hotel returned Friday
J. W. COX, Proprietor.
W. 0. Johnson's Shop
burlap ready for covering with porteir.
having sold the .aid business to H. V,
Call and see our fine assortment of
from their visit in Illinois.
All work guaranteed as represented.
Mitchell, who continues the same.
All parties knowing themselves indebted
J. P. Dodge.
The additional five stamps for the
And is dow prepared to serve
CHINAWARE,
A First-Class
Ashland mine mill will be ready in two to the firm are requested to call at once and
Mr. Fyfleld, deputy supreme president
his old customers and the pub­
make
settlement.
Alt
parlies
having
..Meal For
—
Dishes
of
«11
descriptions
—
weeks, making it a ten-stamp outfit.
of the Independent order of Lyons, is
claims against the firm will please present
lic generally at the old stand
Anything you want cooked
organizings lodge in Ashland and ex­
FANCY and PLAIN E. A. Swope goes to Portland and them.
to order with promptneee
M
ain
S
t
..
O
pp
.
O
pera
H
ouse
B
lock
A.
F.
HUNT.
pects to effect the same at I. O. O. F.
Salem tomorrow.
Wm. STORMS.
and dispatch. All Hours.
A handsome line for the Holi­
hall next Tuesday evening, to be known
General Blacksmithing ef all kinds.
Griffith, the hypnotist, opera house
J. L. THORNTON.
as Myrtle Lodge. It is an insurance or­
days and suitable for presents.
The Plumbing Department will be con­
next week beginning Monday, Jan. 7th.
Ashland, Or., Jan. 9- 1901.
Horseshoeing a Specialty.
ganization.
Ladies absolutely free first night.
New furniture, sewing machines and BANANAS,
ducted by W. Aitkin, vho will be pleased
ROLLER* OATS The university of Oregon students left for
bicycles at Hooker*«.
Eugene Saturday and Sunday.
DATES,
104b Sacks.
to figure on estimates and contracts, En-
Druggist J. S. McNair went to Seattle
Imported Olive Mrs. Kate Lvons, sister of Mrs Wm.
CITRON,
Patterson was married at Berkely. Cal.,
iVi
Tuesday where he takes the steamer
STEAM
LEMON8,
Oil.
Bunday to Harold Baker
tire satisfaction guaranteed. First class
Cottage City for a round trip to Juneau
ORANGES, OLIVES,
and Sitka, Alaska, to be gone two weeks.
Chas. Rose is clerking in the Empor­ LAUNDRY
PICKLES, sweet and sour, ium in San Francisco.
He says to visit his brothers but there
workmanship and moderate prices.
are other suspicions.
8AURKRAUT. Etc., E-c.
F. HEBERUE
H. 8. Evans is sojourning in Califor­
Prop’r.
And
all
Groceries
usually kept in a nia towns and will retnrn in a few days.
In the contest for marshal at Medford’s
First-Class
Grocery
House,
city
election
Chae.
G.
Johnson
won
out.
WATER
Street,
»?
Mart Pellett of Talent and Rar.se
Stove ¡Polishing, Window
hardware
The recorderehip was a tie between Pur­
NEAR
MAIN
X
k
>
DEALER.
Rouse of Medford start for Ft. Scott,
din and Hubbard, and Chas. Strang was
ASHLAND
Cleaning and Whitewash­
Kan., and 8t. Louis, Mo., respectively Orders by mail or
re-elected treasurer without opposition.
Monday on a business trip.
express receive
There being only one ticket up the fol­
BEACH BLOCK, ASHLAND, OREGON.
Wood For Sale.
ing a Specialty.
lowing were elected mayor and trustees:
Edelhoff has gone and sobasall
so has all profits prompt attention,
COMPANY,
W. 8. Crowell, mayor; F. K. Deuel. W.
in groceries at Ashland Grocery Com-
Ice Delivered Daily in Season ASHLAND, - • OREGON.
The Bargain Month —
The New Dry Goods and
Clothing Store.
»»^SWEEPING REDUCTIONS
s
MILLER & BARTGES.
Closing Out Cinos:
Ladies’ Dress Skirts, Jackets and
Capes, Wrappers, Fur Collar*
ettes, Mackintoshes.
I 20 Per Cent Off
ON LADIES’ WRAPS
Discount
Sale on
Men’s, Boys’ and Ohidren’s
Clothing until February 1st
Wm. Yeo & Co
Vaupel, Norris & Drake
TRIMBLE & CO.,
TO®®«®«® TO®® ®®®®«®®®®®®®i
GENERAL # BLACKSMITHING
VALLEY RECORD
Plow Work and Horse-shoeing a Specialty
ASHLAND MEAT CO
General Dealers in Live Stock and
Dressed Meats of All Kinds
Ashland,
Oregon.
GEO. W. TREFREN'
ASHLAND
TINNING & PLUMBING CO.
Our Check
Is Good
Settle Up Notice New Harness Shop
E. A. Sherwin.
STANLEY
DRUG
COMPANY
c
Removal Notice. Boarding : House
and Restaurant.
W
W. 1 Patrick & S od .
WNT.
E. C. SHERMAN,
and Chop House
On This Space !
Qçnçral hardware
....... and Plumbing
25-Cents.
Riva Me a Call
JIsbland
i
GRANT,
MERCANTILE
I, K mm , S w ¿UppeU J. V. WUkdw.
(O qoswqn
» J. K. Van
8 m M
Y
W TAYLOR,
General Jobber and
Honsecleaner.