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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1901)
D R. MILLS,
E. V. CARTER,
F. H. CARTER, ViCB-PBaemENT.
H. C. GALEY,
Uncle Tom’s Cabin tonight.
Fred Parson is doing the Willamette ■ Public to come and inspect the
three carloads of new goods, which The McConnell Grocery Co. which has
Wm. Sonnichson went to Klamathon
been in the hands of R. L. Sabin, a
trustee of the creditors, was purchased
Summer dress goods at Vanpel, Norris
yesterday by Hermann Salomon, pro
plete stock that was ever brought says
prietor of the Ashland House. Mr. S.
Miss Stella Smith returned Sunday
he will take possession as soon as
bill of sale arrives from Portland and
to Southern Oregon at one time. the
will conduct the business. He was for
M. S. and A. Cobb left yesterday for
engaged in the grocery business at
Capital, Full Paid, $50,000
new Bain wagons were built merly
Redding." It is reported G. F. McCon
Frank Williams went to Portland and
work for him:
Surplus Fund, : $15,000 •
at the factory to my order with nell W. will O. Marks,
the cartoonist and book
Miss Pearl Squires of San Jose is visit
keeper, has rented from S. M: Rhodes
heavy tires and large spokes, hub the
ing Miss Mingue,
building on Main street, fronting the
plaza, and vacated yesterday by High <fc
Miss Clara Ray of Medford is visiting and brake.
The celebrated Racine Sonnicbeon
’s saloon. Mr. Marks will
establish & new drug store in Ashland HENRY AMMERMAN, D. R. MILLS, G. S. BUT
Mrs. Josie Russell was np from Jack spring
and will be assisted by a first class pre
wagons and buggies, also scription
LER, F. H, CARTER E. V. CARTER.
Miss Emma Russell returned from built to my order for this rough
High & Sonnichson have rented the
building on Main street over the bridge
foreign and Domestic exchange Bought and Sold
recently vacated by I. »V. Burriss and
Geo. E. Nichols arrived from Gold country and bad roads.
will start up a first class up-to-date res-
Hill on the noon train.
taurant in Ashlaud.
Mies Mollie Catchings returned this eye Mower and the Tiger and Hol
Geo. E. Nichols has shipped hi9 20tli A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
week from Pokegama.
from Gold Hill to Ashland
lingsworth-Tiger Rake can’t be and will store
C. A. Wolfolk was up from Gold Hill
soon open up in the Williams
or several days this week.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent..
building on Main street.
beat. The biggest part of the car stone
Nichols and Mies Maud Houck of Gold
Tom Reed of Gold Hill went to Chico,
Ilill arrived yesterday,the latter to clerk
Cal., yesterday on a visit.
in the store.
Mrs. Emma Hawkins left yesterday
for her home in Colorado.
so come early and lay in your or
CLOSING AT COST ...
Jackson county Sunday school rally
at Phoenix next Wednesday.
der, or you will get left. I can
Mrs. Geo. Engwicht left today for a
Our Entire Eine of eiotbing
save you money on everything you
visit with California relatives.
Fireman F. T. Green is night hostler
Consisting of Qentiemen»s
buy. Yours very truly,
in the round house in Ashland.
There occurred last night in this city a
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
P kbsidk . vt .
C ashier .
Hermann Salomon Bays the Mc
Connell Grocery—W. O. Maras to
Start a New Drug Stove.
In Endless Variety. All the
Latest Styles at Low Prices
a shies .
Stops the Cough
and works off the Cobi.
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure
< . _ a
cold in one day.
No Cure, no Pay.
Price 25 cents.
Wick Easter returned Tuesday from
the Philippines and the Orient.
Miss Fornia Holt returned yesterday
from a visit with Yreka friends.
S. W. McClendon, tbe Central Point
speculator, did Ashland Tuesday.
Mrs. Luella Whittle of Central Point
visited Ashland friends last week.
Wm. Trimble has sold out hie black
smith shop aud will move to Goll Hill.
Section Foreman Wm. Lyttleton was
over from Coles this week on a business
Chas. Chitwood passed through Sun
day from Klamath Fails to work at Rose
«^Ute- EMIL PEIL.
Exclusive Agent for Baker
beautiful wedding. Tbe contracting
parties are among Ashland’s most popu
lar young people, Mr. Elmer Patrick of
Patrick & Son’s real estate and abstract 1
firm, and Ethel Walrad, the daughter of !
ALSO CHILDREN’S, In many Styles and Grades
Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Walrad. The
marriage occurred at tbe home of the
bride’s parents on Ch urch street, at 8
o’clock p. m. The ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. J. T. Abbott, pastor
$ PIONEER BLOCK, Plaza and Main Successor
M tiler & Bartges
of the M. E. Church of this citv. Only
relatives and a few of the intimate
friends of the young people we.-e pre
sent. The parlors of the Walrad home
were beautifully and tastefully decorated A. F. HUNT
J. L. THORNTON
H. V. MITCHELL
for the occasion with all manner of
choice flowers and evergreens
groom was dressed in the conventional
black, and the bride wore a beautiful
white satin dress, made of material sent
her from Manila, P. I. by her brother,
who is in the United States service in
GENERAL DEALERS IN
that city. The bride carried iu her hand
a bunch of snow-white liliee. Afer hear
ty and cordial congratulations were ex
tended, the wedding guests were invited
to the dining room, where refret-liments
OF ALL KIN DB.
of various kinds of choice cakes and ice
cream, were served. The many friends
of the happy young pair will join in
wishing them much happiness an-1 oros-
perity in life They will at once take up
their residence iu this city, in their home
at the bead of Manzanita street.
x”C. A. MILLER,
Eli Ellis of Ashland is here working Deatn of Mrs. Dr. Goble—John Boyer
in the mines.
Jeff Howard is driving stage again.
AS HL ANU, O b .. Thursday, June 20, 1901
Died—In Medford, June 17, 1901, Mrs.
Frank Tyler is working-for E. P. Martha Goble, wifeof Dr. J . G. Goble; aged
25 years and 10 months.
Greive at Hornbrook.
The reported sale of Geo. Kurtz’s cigar
Mr. Govan came in from Klamath
The health in general is very good in this
store of Medford to I B Stoner did not
section at present.
where his daughter is attending school. materiul ze. Kurtz is still in charge.
W. D. and Charles Fitzgerald and their
remains of S. Rosenthal were shipped
W. W. Nickerson has returned to to The
cousin from Dakota, P. Raynolda. have i
San Francisco on Monday’s midnight
gone to the mountains on the headwaters
Uncle Tom’s Cabin has stretched his Klamath agency from Ft. Bidwell.
of Evans creek on a prospecting trip.
tent ou Oak street, just beyond railroad
Dr. J. G. Goble, who has been at Klama-
Chautauqua July 9th-18th
Charles Pankey and F A. Htrickiin were
thon and Klamath Falls, was called home
in tbe valley yesterday with some fine sal
At Ashland, Oregon. Many attrac Tuesday by the death of bis wife.
Mrs. Hays has gone to the Pokegama tions, including Dr. J. M. Buckley, N.
mon, which they found ready sale for.
Mrs. Frank Mingus and children arrived
logging camp to organize an Fraternal Y.; Polk Millor, Va.; Ward Pickard, of
This is tbe hottest day of the season.
from Idaho Monday and will visit relatives
Ohio; Park Sisters, of New York City. in the valley for several weeks.
Mercury registers at 95.
J. J. Stuggill leit today for Klamath The finest quartette of lady cornetists in
J. R. Perry and wife, of Gold Hill, passed
Mrs. H. G. Nicholson left on Tuesday
Falls to organize a Fraternal - Union the world. Prof. W. J. Whiteman, mu morning
through here yesterdav on their way home
’s train for Coquille City to visit
from Asbestos where Mrs. 1’. had been vis
Mrs. Fred Slagel nee Mamie Nicholson.
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. H.
Deputy U. S. Marshal A. A. Roberts us classes for children and adults Con-
Dr. John A. Reuter, who has been prac
left yesterday for Klamath Falls on certs,
ticing at Jacksonville with so much success,
While Win. Tresbem was cutting some
left Saturday for Portland to take charge of
Good tenting. Come.
gram with a binder yesterdav the weather
Dr Fenton’s practice. Dr. Fenton will vis-,
got too tropical for him. He pulled off bis
Wm. Reaves, the mason, has the new
it Europe during the next four months
coat and threw it on tbe ground llis lit
vault in the First National Bank build
Mrs Martha Goble, who has been suffer
The Ashland Ministerial Association
tle dog immediately took charge of the coat
ing well under way.
Services at the Congregational church ing from a tumor on the breast since De not satisfied with letting we,l enough
in a short lime. Will heard his dog ki-
Chris. Werth, the Ft. Jones butcher, Sunday morning and evening. Special cember, died at the family residence in Med alone, now asks ball tossers “to cheese
yi-ing at a fearful rate. On going to the
scene he found a huge rattler bad dis
is visiting his brothers in Ashland and music in the evening. Preaching by the ford. June 17. The funeral takes p ace to the racket” on Sunday and requests on
day (Wednesday) at 2 o’clock p m. under
covered the coat and was desirous of mak
pastor, G. W. Nelson,
will return tomorrow.
the auspices of Reatues Chapter Ku. 66, Or lookers to stay at home and rend about
ing a bed of it, which was greatly objected
That is a very
der of the Eastern Star A husband and a Jonah in large print.
Mrs. Helen Wallace leaves today for
to by tbe dog. Will says the whole out
good way to get base ball devotees to
fit except the coat took the chills but he
Portland and Chicago after a visit with to attend “Mormon” church in Pioneer- son two years old survive her.
vote for license for saloonsand uo license
Hall, Sunday afternoou at 2:30 o’clock.
succeeded tn killing tiie rattler which bad
her mother, Mrs. Oldendorf.
John A. Boyer, cashier of Beekman’s for preachers.
When you get a good
at Jacksonville, who is suffering from
Robt. Kahler died suddenly at Sum The usual services at the M. E. church bank
Stoves. Cinware, Shelf Bardware, Racvcles
a cancer on the face went to Portland last thing purh it along but don’t attempt to
Geo. C Hickock,Curtiss, Wis.,says: “Fo
ter Saturday. He belonged to the pi Sunday. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. week to consult a homeopathic iloct r about roll all the clouds because they are mov
ley’s Kidney Cure has been tested and
oneer family of this valley.
m- by the pastor. All are cordially in hisca e. Ou the 13th be was found in his able.—KlamatL Falls Express,
And Everything kept in a first-class Hardware Store.
found to be all you claim for it. I have
room partially paralyzed. He returned to
given it to my father and it is the only
Elder Walter Sant of the Mormon vited.—J. T. Abbott, pastor.
Carpets in endless variety and lowest
rented the shop to H. Boivin, tbe well known Plumber
hing that ever helped him.” T. K, B olton .
Sermon subjects at the Presbyterian trained nurse.
church, has gone to Clifton, Idaho,
prices at Vaupel, Norris & Drake’s.
who will be pleased to give you close figures on fir«» <•!«—
church next Sabbath will be: “The
where his father is very ill.
work. Remember, all work guaranteed. ’Phone No. 245.
Ed. Pottinger’s slaughter house situated
Albert Tozier, of Portland, was elected
Mrs. R. Beswick and children and
in the northern part of town was burned
Read It in llis Newpaper.
president of the National Editorial Asso
Mrs. Frizelle have returned from a visit that Pays.” Services morning and even to the ground about midnight Saturday
evening with all the contents A young
ciation at Buffalo last week. F. S.
George Schaub, a well known German with Siskiyou county relatives.
returning from Phoenix discovered
Harding, of the McMinnville Telephone- citizen of New Lebanon, Ohio, is a con-
Church—Sunday school at 9:45 man
Rev. Robt. Booth starts today for a a. Baptist
tbe fire and rushed to the pen and turned
Regisier, was elected president of the S'ant reader of the Dayton Vvlkszeitung. tour
of Klamath and Lake counties in Emma Russell will sing “Tbe Holv City.” out several head of sheep and hogs, other
The new steamship General Frlsbie, LAW, LAND & LOAN OFFICE
The next na He knows that thia paper aims to adver
wise they would have been barged. Mr.
built for the Vallejo trade, had her
tional association will be held at Hot tise only the best in its columns, and the interests of tbe Episcopal church.
The young people will conduct the even- Potiinger has made many improvements
Don’t Ferget ths Brand
John R. Stearns, millman at the Ray ing service at 8 o’clock, lo<l by the preai- about the building and the loss is no small
Springs, Arkansas. The Oregon assoc when he saw Chamberlain’s Pain Balm
owner’s trial, and on the tun to Vallejo
iaiion will meet in Salem this coming advertised therein for lame back, be did mine, came up from Gold Hill yesterday dent of the B. Y. P. U., Mr. Myer. amount. It is thought to haye been the
and back made 16,knots. When the
work of an inceudiary.
fall, during the stale fair.
not hesitate in buying a bottle of it for to visit his children, returning tomorrow. Special music for the occasion.
engines are in perfect working order,
his wife, who for eight weeks had suffered Girl or woman wanted—To do the laun
however, it is said she will exceed 17
The greatest skin specialist in-Americaor
A surgical operation is not necessary to with the meet terrible pains in her back dry work at Coleetin Hotel. Apply to
How to Avoid Trouble.
knots. She is licensed to carry 450
iginated the formula for Banner Salve.
cure piles. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve and could get no relief. He says: or address. H. C. Telford, Colestin, Or.
For all skin diseases, all outs or sores, and
passengers, but may, by the proouring
saves all that expence and never fails. Be
“Ater using the Pain Balm for a few
Call and get my list of properties for sale
Mrs. J. E. Ross came up from Central family with a bottle of Chamberlain’s Beware of substitutes. T. K. B oltux .
of a special license, carry twice that
ware of counterfeits. M c N aib B ros .
days my wife said to me, ‘I feel as though
includes all classes and kinds, and
number of people. The hull of the at
born anew’’ and before using the entire Point Friday to visit her relatives, tbe Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
prices to satisfy anyone.
contents of the hottie tho unbearable
My loan department is well equipped and
the summer is over, and if procured now
com iu the yards of the Bellingham Bay I can handle money for parties wishing to
pains had cntirly vanished and she could ley.
The quarry is again opened for work.
Mrs. Lewis Smith arrived from Port
i invest, to their advantage.
again take up her household duties.”
The stone is to be quarried here a nd shipped
He is very thankful aud hopes that all land last week to join her husband, the or your busiest season. It is everywhere to Salem for siodb cutters to finish.
I represent some of the best Fire Insur
Companies in the country and would
suffering likewise wdl bear of her wonder railroad trainman, and make Ashland admitted to be the most successful med
Mr. Caldwell of San Francisco, was on
Walla Walla, Wash,, twice shot his be
1 pleased to write your property. You
icine in use for bowel complaints, bo h
ful recovery. This valuable liniment is their home.
afford to carry the risk yourself.
for children and adults. No family can Neil creek Monday introducing “The New
former sweetheart, 17-year-old Effie cannot
for sale by all druggists.
The Peil & Bolton $12 excursion to afford to be with it. For sale by all drug Educative Chart” for public schools Neil
Insure against accidents—they are always
Haworth, and then turned tho revolver
San Fraucieco July 15th is fixed for that gists.
in choosing a Grocer are these :
anil the next may be toyou. I
upon Charles McConnell, his successful happening
It is certainly a unique and instructive in
date on account of the Epworth league
the best and strongest company in
rivaL He placed the weapon near Me- tbe
( have world.
8 K, Ogle is in town today from Yainax concert on the 16th. It will consist of
where he lias been for several months.
Connell's breast and pulled the trigger,
Z. Howard is down from his mountain
Are bis Goods fresh and wholesome?
5000 trained voices to take place in the
L F Christian to Max Martin 80 acres in home
looking after bis alfalfa crop.
but the cartridge failed to explode. He
Drs. Hargus and Straw have their ex ray Mechanics* Pavilion.
sec 6 tp 30 r 2 w, $1.
Docs he keep up with the Market?
6-room house with one acre of land
Relatives of Mrs. J. R. Rummels are now
Is be neat and clean?
You will find H. Boivin at Grubb & City property, $350.
paying them a visit,
Misses Lena and Jessie Applegate re
The best on the market. You can
qnco taken to the city jail, where a in a variety of fruit, one block from North
Does be deal fair with all Customers?
Sarah Harper to W B Haymond lots No
turned borne Sundav. The former from Co.’s hardware store.
always get them at
guard was placed to prevent the mob school
The Bilderback family are now broke out
1 2 and 3 sec 22 tp 36 r 4 w, $400,
Ashland and the latter Eugene where they
J. L. Yaden of the Ashland—Klam
which had congregated from forcing fruit; good barn; Mechanic St. $750.00.
F a Denney to Lizzie and Susie Suther W<tU the same thing lhe Dosier faruilv of
If you find he is all this and more, he will have been attending school.
Emigrant haye hafi. Dr. Brower pro
ath Falls daily stage line has bought a land 21 acres d 1 c No 12 tp 39 r 1 e, $500.
the doors and lynching him. Miss
Fine house and grounds adjoining North
J. T. Henley went to San Francisco last new stage which made its first trip yes
do to tie to.
Delia Demmer to Daisy A Marshall city nounced it smallpox. If this be true it is
school grounds, for sale at a bargain; no
a light form.
terday. Tbe line is doing a flourishing property in Ashland, $350.
We aim high, and are trying to till this week for medical treatment.
breast aud n second time iu the back. reasonaale offer refused.
J H Wrisley to Amelia Wilson 80 acres
Main St., near Bridge.
bill as well as all others left with us.
There is little hope for her recovery,
in sec 4 tp 35 r 1 e, 150.
of State Treasurer 0. 8. Moore m town and
day and preached at the school house at
will be a resident of Klamath Falls soon.
3:30 to a very attentive audience.
During the absence pf Mrs. Rehwald
5 acres of city property in West Medford,
Come and see us.
Miss Clara Terril, tiutsbed a term of
The ladies of the Home Mission Society
of 134 South Uraud aveuue, Los Au-
school in the Plevna school district between
Alpha B Carrey to Nicholas Cook town have the worsted patchwork qutit which
I. W. Burriss and family leave today
galps, u thief broke into the house by
they made for sale, on exhibition at Wm
here and Keno last Wednesday, aud starts for Klamath Falls to make their home propertv in Central Point $300.
forcing the front window with a chisel.
home to Talent the next day.
G E Mast et ux to J M Mast 25 acres in
and d go into tbe hotel business. They
Ho collected a number of articles, which
ing to secure a beautiful quilt and at the
have"lived in Ashland many years and
he put on a table preparatory tq wrap rnRACT OF 8IX ACRES, two blocks
j rill to Geo. T. Conner.
have the best wishes of many warm
For rent.—The old Salvation Army tainly call and see this quilt.
ping the stuff info a bundle; but, evi I from postoffiee, one block from Main
I Isaac Wright, formerly of Gold Hill, friends in Ashland for their future pros ball over my brick blacksmith shop.
street, in city of Ashland; all set in
Grandpa Carey of Ashland was visiting
dently desiring to complete his work, choicest
opened a saloon in the east end of town perity and happiness.
fruits and berries, 8000 new
Neil creek friends last week.
vines; a new 9-room dwelling
Call at D. B. Grant’s hardware store
Tue salaries of Forest Rangers has
entered. A jiarrot was iu a cage in that with all latest improvements, new barn,
Circuit Court met last Monday, but had and get Aitken to figure on your plumb been placed at $60 per month for the
“A few months ago, food which I ate for
room, and as scon as the bird saw the etc. Will be sold with or without build
CEbjT.SR 9F ASHLAND
very little business to attend to. The ju- ing work.
would notremain on my stomach
season. They begin drawing pay on breakfast
' rors were all dismissed except one the first
stranger it screamed out: “Bad boy! ing improvements. For further par
for half an hour. I used one bottle of your
M. A. Eddy, D. D. H. Yeager and the 16th. They furnish their own horse. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and oaii now eat tny
Bad boy I Bad boy I” which so upset ticulars apply to
Julius Hart have been appointed to ex
lAeakfast ana other meales with a re.ish Hillery, an experienced barber from
Louis Dennis of Pelican Bay country has pend the sum of $173 raised by the Ash
thief that I10 lost no (ipie iu getting
and my food is thoroughly digges’ed. Noth Iowa, I am prepared to serve the public
¿r. ¿T. CAMBERS,
sold bis rauch and stock lately, considera
out of the hoqsp, forgetting to go back
if it ¡9 not a fact that
road to Pokegama logging camp.
we turn out the best
Tex. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what
The Klamath Falls Light and Wa'er Co. Foster is custodian of the fund.
and mo9t stylish look
Admiral Melville, who came west
F. C. SIHPS0N,
. are repairing their reservoir this week.
This signature is on every box of the genaine you eat.—M c N air B ros .
ing rigs iu town.
Frank E. Griswold’s Uucle Tom’e
with the presidential party to learn the
Joe Koesel has lately erected a wind mill Cabin tonight.
We have good
needs of all stations ou tho Pacific, will
' back of bis meat market to secure power to
the remedy that cure« a cold In one day
horses and new vehi
» urge the navy department to expend
Rev. J. F. Tout left yesterday to at
I run his fans for cooling purposes and grtnd-
i ing sausage, sawing wood, Ac.
tend the annual meeting of the Christian
several hundred thousand dollars in
OFFICE OF THE
church of Oregon at Turner, Marion
deepening the channel and iu other im
properly fed and well
The Great Seourgo.
county. Mieses Anna Luster and Mary
provements at Mare Island, the leading
cared for in our large
of modern times is consumption. Manv Durham leave for the same place today.
repair station of the ooast. The admiral
cures and discoveries from time to time are
Remember the place to get your tin
will also urge that modern shops be
published but Foley's Honey and Tar
JOSEPH ZURCHER, Prtp.
located at Bremerton, Wash., so that
does truthfully claim to cure all cases in ware, hardware and plumbing goods is
the early stages and always artords comfort W. N. Grubb & Co’s.
when a, ship is docked there auy class of ] Now open for the accommodation of
and releif in the very worst cases. Taxe
Ashland, Oregon, June 20,1001.
Rev. J. Stitt Wilsop lectured on
pepair work may bo carried on that tbe public. Good camping priviligee—50
no substitutes. T. K. B olton .
“Christian Socialism*’ at Mediord last
cento per week, including vapor baths.
Opposite Bridge, center of town.
battleships may require,
BUILDER To our Stockholders:
week. A socialist club of non-partisans
Twelve miles from Ashland by Klamath
For Sale—a good work horse. Inquire was organized there. It starts out with
A collection of ourious silver ooina Falls stage road; IX miles from Stein
of Wm. Powell, near depot.
plowed up near Oroville, Oal., ou man R. R. station.
Just 90 days ago the first stock of the company was yvas
laud belonging to 0. Veatch. There
Special raUt for fa miiie» or large par-
The Ladies of Trinity Guild gave Mrs.
placed upon the market, during which time we have disposed were 880 of these coins, and they in tic». Address JO8EPH ZÜRCHER,
I. W. Burriss a pleasant surprise party
American, English, French, Ger
Siskiyou P. O., Oregon.
cn Monday evening in honor of her de
of over ninety thousand shares. To our home people, ice are un cluded
parture for Klamath Falls. The event
À occurred at the home of her sister, Mrs.
der many obligations for their almost unanimous support—as ian, Mexican, Bolivian, Peruvian aud
E. A. Smith, on Church street.
United States of Colombia. Ths latest
Plans, Specifications well as to our many non-resident subscribers. The officers and date ou any of the coins was 1852. No
Tonight, Uncle Tom’s Cabin.
house had stood near the spot for many
Shirt waists at Vaupel, Norris & and Estimates on All Kinds directors havejtsed every possible effort to conserve the interests years.
of the stockholders, and to minimize the expense.
The British Pacific cable which is to
o Cabin band gave a concert at noon todav.
They have purchased and paid for in full, a first-clas s connect Australia with Canada will be F. HEIERLIE
operation by January 1, 1903, It will
It was a fine band and drew aud enter
“Standard Oil Rig,” including a 35 horse power boiler and 23 iu
I JeKalb Wire Fenc-
cost $10,000,000. The new cable is to be WATER Street.
tained a large audience.
horse power engine, together with the latest designed and best 5934,li miles iu leugth—the longest ever
/ \ 7 \ 7 * t-
ot »•>* >*st Ko 19
Mrs. C. U. Snider ha9 been visiting
ing for Lawns and ■A \ 7~V
L A L-X-i—XJ,.
>t«l wire. »crrngUienni
constructed—^and the landing site at tho
y—7- C V C •> c 'y- b-T * '-able sel.age and » cable
4-r^Z-K-Z-v—4- every toot in the height ot the
Canadian end will be about seven miles Orders by mail or
-É- the past week en route home from the
It ¡3 the
0. E. S. grand lodge at Portland. She
steel casing, all of which is on the grouqd, and from the entrance to Barclay sound and express
j FENCE, NOTANETTINO.
T erms C ash , at
«¿2 Iu multitude of horizontal wires
are almost ready to commence drilling by experienced operators
pained by Misses Laura Snelling and
inveu it btrenffth. makes it e<sy
to erect, keeps it in good ehapt
Hall who have been attending St.
50 PER CENT t AW i . < Mary’s Academy at Jacksonville.
muu named George Campbell contained
. , ,
„ It require, but a tew poet» and
a half miles north of the city.
Putnam Fadless Dyes do not stain the
rMrMed My 31. 1.9«. no t,,p or bottom rail. Only
au extraordinary quantity of loot, the
genuine when ever; roll eo«-
hands or spot the kettle. Sold by
fruit of mauy burglaries. The value of
tala, the famou. M. M. «4.
Trade Mark. De.c-rl>tlve matter FREE.
the articles is probably over $2,000. The
X»xa M.A.X j X3 fewch 00.»
stock to 15 cents per share on July 15th,.
«■ Mrs, E. H McIntosh delivered an anti-
booty had been sent to a confederate in
Hick Street, DeKalb, Ultaeta.
If Taken in 30 Days-
Mormin lecture ai Presbyterian . church
Also just received
nigbt, Rev. A. M. Russell presided, and
J.U stockholders wishing to increase their holdings should Winnipeg, to which city several car
the three Mormon e’derg were there. At
loads of stolen goods have been shipped
Five acres of land, enclosed with pick«
cljse of meeting Elder Pace asked if he
not delay ip senditig in their applications, as the advance from to be 6Old._______________
et fencing; 6-room house; small barn;
could make an announcement. The chair
350 frnit trees; 1000 berries, assorted
We back them with a guarantee.
man curtly replied: ••No, Sir,"
WANTED.—Capable, reliaole person in , ! kinds; one two-seated buggy ; two seta
Watch oar show window and take a look IQ cents to 15 cents per share will positively occur on JulU every
county to represent large compauy '
Plumbing department Is conducted by IF. Aitken.
of solid financial reputation: $936 salary harnees; one fresh cow and
at its contents
Nrw Stock of Plumbing Goods just arrived. Bath
per year, payable weekly; $3 per day ab All for........................
Tobe, Washbowls, Heaters, and all kinds of fittings
HEADQUARTERS FOR HAY,
solutely sure and all expenses; straight part cash, balance easy terms.
bona-fide, definite salary, no commission;
S OUT HERN' OREGON OIL CQMKINr.
ary paid each Saturday and exi
Yfr -i& w
Bert Newton and wife returned to Horn
J. W. Clark is getting the lumber on the
ground for his new house.
P. Olson is having his two story house
repainted and finished inside in tine shape,
There are some fine loads of hav coming
into town. Tiie price is $7 and $3 per ton,
Tbe man that is camped on Rogue river
catching turtles and shipping them to
Italy was in town Tuesday.
Tbe wifeof Len Griagsbv living in Mound
precinct, gave birth to a still born child on
tbe 18tb inst.
Mrs. Dr. Parker of Big Butte, mother of
Mrs. E. E. Smith, has been visiting them.
Ex-County Clerk N. A. Jacobs and fam
ily are located tor the present at San Jacin
to, Riverside county, Cal.
J. E. Smith and E. E Deming are locat
ed at Napa, Cal,, and Mrs. Smith, E. E.
Smith and family and Mrs. E. E. Deming
will leave the last of this week for that
Mr. and Mrs. A, S. Jacobs will attend tbe
wedding of Elmer Patrick and Ethel V.
Wnirad at Ashland on the 19th.
Rev. D. T. Summerville, presiding elder
of the M. E. Church, held quarterly meet
ing in this place Sunday. After the Sacra
ment five persons joined the church, all be
ing of the Wiseman family.
Rev. Chas. Fredenburg of Fox postoffice,
northeastern Oregon, preached in the Bap
tist church last Sunday at 3 p. m,
Mrs. E H, McIntosh of San Francisco
lectured in tiie VI. E Church Tuesday June
I8tb on tbe subject of ’’Conquerand Live.”
Judge H, K Hanna and two sons passed
through town Tuesday headed for The
ASHLAND MEAT CO •0
LIVE STOCK & DRESSED MEATS
W. N. GRUBB & C©
If You Want
A GOOD STOVE
GEO. W. TREFREN
Some Chings «
D. B. PROVOST’S
PROPERTY FOR SALE.
J. H. DUTTON,
Fox & Good,
D. B. GRANT,
mrmz M. N.
Keep Your Eye
Ashland Mercantile Co.,
Wholesale and Retail
For Sale Cheap !
Saw tour 5 Per Gnu TMMt,
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