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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1902)
TEDDY STANDS IN
D. R. MILLS, P resident .
F. H. CARTER, V ice -P resident .
E. V. GARTER, C ashixx .
H. 0. GALEY, A smstaxt O ak
Gault will repair your bicycle.
The President Will Allow the supervisors
Before having photos taken get Camps’
to Appoint Forest Rangers.
R. L. Vining returned from California
Representative Tongue today presented
to the president a petition from citizens
of Lake county, endorsed by the gover
Camps’ photos are high grade, not
nor, state treasurer and secretary of state
of Oregon, protesting against the dismis
P. O. Gearhart returned to Callahan’s,
sal of the present forestry oflicials of their
The other grocers have warned the wholesale houses
state. The petition contends tliat this
force is generally competent and efficient,
Mrs. Edwards of Phoenix visited Ash
not to sell us goods, under penalty.
and it would be unjust and unwise to re
move these officials and replace them
W. J. Virgin & Co. refuse to sell us flour because we
F. P. Roper and Fred Weeks were up
with eastern college men who are unfa
from Phoenix today.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
miliar with conditions in Oregon. The
are selling their flour at the mill price.
president indicated tliat the present force
Miss Maggie Caldwell visited friends
in Oregon was not altogether made up of
at Medford last week.
These things only increase our
the best obtainable men, and that there HENRY AMMERMAN, D. R. MILLS, G. S. BUT
S. Ed. Martin came in from Klamath
were many among them who were incom
county last Thursday.
petent. He, however, promised to give
LER, F. H. CARTER, E. V. CARTER
the petition thorough consideration.
J. L. Yaden returned Monday from
In this connection, attention is called
his San Francisco trip.
to a letter addressed by the president to
Torelli and Domestic exchange Bought and Sold.
Mrs. Harry Hosier returned Tuesday
day to Secretary Hitchcock, directing
We now have in stock more goods than all
from a visit at Medford.
him to hereafter leave the appointment
the other grocery stores combined in Ashland.
M. O. Warner, the piano tuner, is;
of forest rangers to forest supervisors. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
making Ashland a visit.
He told the secretary lie wanted good,
bank Potatoes, and another carload of Flour
practical western men in the forests, men
G. F. Billings returned at noon from a
and Wheat. We put up Spot Cash for our
of experience and ability, and that he
business trip to Grants Pass.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent,
did not want the forests left in the liands
goods, and any house on the Pacific coast is
glad to sell us goods and skin the prices to us
hie folks a visit at Jacksonville.
day’s train bound for California.
W. H. Shepherd fell on the snow at an
We place on
icy place Friday morning and dislocated
Sulphur, Paris Green, Bluestone and
his right shoulder.
l)r. Brower was
London Purple at McNair Bros.
called and the limb was soon set. The
Attorney Geo. W. Trefern was at
patient is recovering.
Medford yesterday on a business trip.
Wm. Blanton started home to Eureka
Traveling Passenger Conducter P. H.
and was heard from at Sun Francisco.
Tynan was here Tuesday on business
Sylvester and Walter Grow’ went to
C. E. Hooper is erecting a new resi I
Hornbrook this w eek.
dence for C. E. Teevan in east Ashland.
Hams—best Eastern sugar cured—Reg. 18c per lb........ Special, 14c per lb
Mrs. Lillian Burns came over from Cal
“ —Picnics—something fine—Reg. 15c per lb...........
“ 11c per lb
Hon. E. A. Sherwin is confined to his j
ifornia to visit friends in Ashland and
home with a severe attack of laryngetis.
Wheat—Reg. $1 GO per cwt............................................ Special, $1 30 per cwt
And Everything kept in a firet-claee Hardware Store.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Tavlor, of
(This is 20<-ts below the mill price in Ashland.)
T. H. Watkins returned from Klamath
Having rented the shop to H. Boivin, the well known Plumber
60c per cwt
county Monday en route home to Salem.
Baled Hay—Wheat, Oats orAlfalfa-Reg. 75c.......... Special,
and Tinner, who will be pleased to give vou close figuree on first das
Isaac Lewis is able to be around again
after his sick spell.
work. Remember, all work guaranteed. ’Phone No. 245.
Special, $1 55 per cwt
Potatoes—Fancy Btirbanks--Reg. $1 75 per cwt.
Hon. W. 8. Davison returned yester
Geo. Grow is working on the Kings
7 for 25c
R. A. Payne has sold his residence in
“ —10oz bare—Ren. 6 for 25c.......
Sacramento: Francis E. Clark, founder west
Ashland to Mr. Walker of Napa,
5 lbs $1.00
Coffee—Schilling's fancy blend—Reg. 28e per lb
John Snowgoose lias returned home to
of the Christian Endeavor Association,
has bought an orange orchard in the Fair
50c per lb
Tea—fancy Oolong—Reg. 65c per lb.....................
ASHLAND, O b .. Thursday, Jan.30. 1902 Oaks colony, fifteen miles from Sacra
Lee L. Gilbert, formerly a policeman
Flour—Virgin’s Bestor Snowflrke—Regular, 95c; Special, 85c per sack
Sampson, Jan. 29,1902.
mento. lie will begin to live there in of this city, was here yesterday as a
IN FAVOR OF CRAWFORD.
C1KCU1T COURT PROCEKDINGS,
20c per bottle
Highest Grade Extracts—Reg. 25c............................
Strictlj’ pure Paris Green for spraying
Oysters—2 lb cans—Golden Star, Monopole, Blue
R L Sabin vs L E Hodges; action to Christian Endeavor movement will be purposes; also Sulphur and Bluestone at
The case of W. R. Willis against A. M.
fittingly observed at the Congregational
Crawford was called Friday. This case
church Sunday with special music and
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Minkler left yester
Our Motto“We Lead; let these wbo can, follow.”
Salem Statesman: W. J. Moore of addresses. The usual services in the
has previously been tried in this court,
PRIVATE HOSPITAL and Sanitarium for the suc
Lakeview, is in the city, having brought morning. All are invited.—G. W. Nel day for Phoenix, Arizona, for the benefit
w’ith Judge Hanna on the bench, the
of the former’s health.
The above prices are for spot cash.
his 11-year-old son here for treatment. son, pastor.
plaintiff winning. It was carried to the
The boy recently fell on the ice, causing
supreme court and reversed, being re
cessful treatment of medical and surgical cases by the
The Jessie Shirley dramatic troupe are
Ashland IHlercantik Company«
There will be special Endeavor Day playing northern California en route
an injury of one of his lower limbs,
manded for a new trial. Judge Willis
at the ______
church next northward.
which resulted in tuberculosis of the _ services
alleges that Mr. Crawford, his law part most advanced and approved methodsand procedures of mod
Successors to J. K. Van Sant’s Cash Store, Main St., Ashland, Or.
bone. The little fellow was taken to the ' . Sabbath
and * evening.
ner at the time, received a fee of $10,400
Florence Sanatorium, where Dr. Cart-' sermon at the morning service and special
from Capt. J. T. C. Nash, for negotiating
wright performed an operation. He programme at the evening service.
the sale of $90,000 worth of bonds of the ern practice, both medical and operative.
found the hip bone entirely destroyed
Victory Placer Mining Co. The defend
DEATH OF MRS J. W. LAWTON.
Judge W. G. Ewing of Chicago will
and the boy’s recovery is doubtful.
ant denies that he received more than
Mrs. A. N. Thompson who visited
Judge Moore came via Reno, Nevada, and
Mrs. Lawton, wife of J. W. Lawton, $1,500, which is alleged ho divided with
Mrs Dr. Tilton has returned home to
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Preuitt were visi
Socnnnento, and traveled 1000 miles to at the Chautauqua Tabernacle Friday, Waiterrille, Wash.
died this morning at the family home in plaintiff, Plaintiff further alleges that
Everything new, clean and commodious.
reach Salem. He was accompanied by ■ Feb. 21st, under the auspices of the AsL-
he only received $900 as his part of fee
Dr. F. E. Smith of Lakeview, formerly of
in transaction from defendant, leaving
cordially invite the public to hear their this end of the valley last week on fire on the morning train, returning on the
LOSS ADJUSTED AT $400.
balance due him of $4.300 and interest diseses solicited; diseases of stomach, liver, bowels, kidneys,
side of the case presented by an authoriz insurance business.
A fire about 7 o’clock Saturday night from April 15, 1898. Plaintiff therefore
ed lecturer competent to present the
off the roof of the Ashland Iron demanded judgment against defendant bladder, etc.; diseases of women ; alcohol, opium, cocaine, and
same. The admission is free.
Ritter Cban mon*v
building. It caught from in the sum of $5,160 and costs and dis
Grants Pass after holding meetings in
D tilt I in a Bank!!
bursements in this action. The jury re drug habits; diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat.
Elder W. E. Good of the Free Metho the Christian church.
Rev. Walter, Methodist Evangelist the cupola in the foundry room which turned a verdict in favor of Crawford.
dist denomination, will hold services in
Grant Crary leaves Monday for Santa who has been holding meetings in Med-
the Christian church tonight and Friday Barbara, Cal., to remain awhile for his ford for over two weeks will commence blaze was put out by the electric light
finement cases can be accommodated.
It is said that the first apples grown in
company’s water works.
4 Ten acre fruit tracts
health which is poorly.
Arthur J. Weeks was here Tuesday and Oregon were from the seed of four apples,
this place Tuesday evening, Jan. 30th.
2 Two acre tracts
the loss, allowing nearly $400 brought over from England by tho Hud
Rev. N. 8. Hollcroft will close his meet- for roof and
You are kindly invited to attend serv
son Bay company, and planted in 1846,
5 Railroad lots
______________ » He will com
ices at the Baptist church on Sunday as
at Vancouver, by P. C. Pambourne.
mence a series of meetings in Talent
follows: Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.
er of the late Mrs Dr. Barel y of Oregon
at 11. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p.
Miss Kit Million returned last night
The attending and consulting physicians have had a wide
City, and Mrs. ^.^racken of Portland.
in. Preaching at 7;30.—A. M. Russell, from a visit with relativesand friends in an able minister and has made a good
The Prohibition Alliance meeting for It wa3
impression in this place. Iain sorry to tomorrow night (Friday) which---- --
Portland and northern points.
i wa° 2n- which brings the first apples grown up and successful experience in the whole domain of practical
that so far there lias been no conver nounced for the Baptist
The usual services at the M. E. church
G. T. Billings,
Harry Kessler, the Grants Pass mer say
‘ Cnurch, will be to 1852.
Sunday. At 11 a. m. the pastor will de chant, returned home yesterday from a-
church by letter. Central Point is a
The first battle of the Mexican war medicine and surgery, All charges (payable in advance) aie
liver a sermon on the work of the Board business trip to San Francisco.
program. The public cordially invited. was
Real Estate and Insurance. of
on the Sth day of May in 1816.
Church Extension. At 7.30 p. m.
mem The fought
The Alliance started in with 27 mem-
Miss Hester Glenn, who has been vis ligion.
news reached Oregon by ox teams reasonable for the accommodations given and work performed.
“Reconciliation” will be the subject.
driven by immigrants in the following
All are cordially invited.—J. T. Abbott, iting Ashland relatives, returned home
The school entertainment last Friday
to, Montesano, Wash., Saturday.
October and the news of the termination
evening in the brick hall for the purpose
of the war came by the same route and
For particulars, address,
Dr. and Mrs. M. F. Shaw on Tuesday of raising money to pay off a debt incurr Redding Free Press.]
The W. C. T. U. will meet next Tues
means and reached Oregon City in Sep
day afternoon at 3 o’oclock at the resi
Emil Holden, the well known mining tember 1847. More than six months af
built by the Dr. on his lots on the Boule attended. Receipts were $43.00. Those man,
dence of Mrs. James Riley.
his sister-in-law were the in ter Gen. Scott had taken the city of Mex
who attended the entertainment from nocent and
cause of a whole lot of excite ico. Life in old Oregon was different
Father W. Bitter says mass in Holy
There is no better time in all the year Phoenix were: Albert Smith, Mr. Mc ment on South East street Sunday even then, than now.
Rosary Catholic church in Ashland the
- i :
winter weather than right now. Lain, Frank McDonald, Miss Bertha ing. Mr. Holden, who lives near the
second Sunday in each month at 10 a. m.
The recent storm did damage on the I
The De La Mar, Shasta county Enter
There is a time for all things—even for Dunlap and Miss Martha Carey.
corner of Butte and East street, went
if it is not a fact that
Christian Science services at 11 a. m. winter weather in Oregon.
Miss Lotta Stancliff of _ _____
visit- home about 7 o’clock. Not finding Mrs. prise, says Federal Collector Wm. Strain, water front at Seattle amounting tc j '
we turn out the best
in Masonic hall every Sunday. Wednes
Mathew Thompson was here yesterday
lier unde, John right and family, Holden home he concluded she was has been astonished at the rapid growth about $40,000. Accidents were nutner-
and most stylish look
day evening meeting at 7:30 in reading from Climax returning home with Mas-j
visiting with her mother, who lives on of the saloon business in that place. ous, .including the loss of a Large steam-I
ing rigs in town.
room in Hotel Oregon.
South East street, opposite Judge Gar When he visited De I-a Mar a year ago, er, the E. D. Smith. A section of wharf
We have good
there was one saloon, while this year
The Ashland Steam Laundrv announ
Rev. J. M. Hunter of Coquille lias been
horses and new vehi
Holden decided to join the family’ there are twenty-two, counting the road in old Tacoma was washed from its
engaged as the new pastor of the Christ
Martha C. Zevely was granted a di ces a new departure and will make a circle for the evening and proceed to his houses. Tliat beats Yreka by six major piling and floated out to sea. Ou the
ian church. He will preach next Sun- vorce from Alex. M. Zevely in the super specialty of family washing at very low- mother-in-law’s. As he approached the ity.—Yreka Journal.
wharf stands a small grocery store
I day morning at 11 o’clock on “Christian ior court of Siskiyou county, Cal. The rates. The work is done by the pound, front gate from the outside his sister-in-
properly fed and well
owned by a man named. Johnson. The
at 5 cts.. which includes washing, starch law approached from the house. It was
cared for in our large
ity—A Life” and in the evening at 7:30, latter is a resident of Klamath county,
A Profitable Investment.
proprietor and two customers were in
ing and bluing—also, all flat work will dark. She mistook Holden for a burg
I Sunday School at 9:45 a. m., Christian
Miss Mattie Perry has returned home be ironed at the laundry. The average
“I was troubled for about seven years the store at the time the dock floated
Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
to Roseburg after a stay of a month or family laundry at this price will amount lar and gave vent to some screams that with my stomach and in bed half my away, taking the building with it. For
more in Jacksonville, during which time to from 50 cents to 75 cents. All work brought out the neighbors. She started time,” says E Demick, Somerville, Ind several hours the groceryman and his
run up East street, thinking the burg *‘I spent about $1000 and never could get
she was the guest of Miss Kate Plymale. called for and delivered. Telephone to
lar or foot pad was after her. Holden, any thing to help me until I tried Kodol customers were at the mercy of the
(Ashland) levied a tax of 10 mills as
F. H eberlie .
can have photos at Camps’ studio 53.
alarmed by his sister-in-law’s action, Dyspepsia Cure. I have taken a few waves, but the dock did not overturn
Opposite Bridge, center of town.
against 15 mills last year. There is an as You
thought some one would surely take him bottles and am entirely well.” You and finally was picked up by a tug and A fine Dairy and Stock ranch, at
increase of 4155,875 in the assessed valu
for a burglar and fill him with bullets, don’t live by what yon eat, but by what safely moored.
Mrs. Win. Mathes went to Tolo Mon
ation of the property in the district over
so he ran too, and ran in the same di you digest »Dd assimilate. It your stom
Oliver Lippincott of Los Angeles in
day to visit Mrs. Geo. Cryderman who
rection his sister-in-law was going. She ach doesn’t digest your food you are his automobile, Toledo, climbed “Knob Fine house and lots on Iowa St.. $1100 00
injured her wrist recently by falling
naturally thought Holden meant to hold really starving. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hill,” 16 per cent grade, between Flag
while walking on some ice in her yard
her up and the nearer he got the louder does the stomach’s work by digesting staff (AT.) and the Grand Canyon in House and lots on “B” St.......... 550 00
at that place.
G. A. WOODS, Pres, and Gen. Mgr.
M. L. HAWLEY, Sec. and Tieas.
House and lot on Union St........ 600 08
the food. You don’t have to diet. Eat
Joe Bledsoe came down to the post-
The neighbors ran from their various all you want. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure six inches of snow. The test was made
acres fine land with bourn,
office yesterday, the first time for several
before a committee of the new Automo
houses and a general chase after the cures all stomach troubles.
days, Laving pretty well lost his “grippe.”
bile Transportation company, and the
burglar was entered into and the air
barn,'¡water for irrigation,
—Coquille Bulletin. Mr. Bledsoe owns
was filled with yells and noises. Final
feat is considered one of the most diffi
cloee to city................... 1500 00
real estate in Ashland.
ly when Holden and his sister-in-law
cult ever attempted. The new com
[Formerly Ashland Planing Mill.]
recognized each other in Holden’s own
J. Frank Adams brought Miss Martha
pany expects to have IS passenger auto
dooryard there were sighs of great relief
Cardwell, the teacher, in from Klamatn
mobiles running to the Grand Canyon
Manufacturers and SEASONED SUGAR PINE
county last week to attend the funeral of
and the neighborhood settled down to
by May 1.
its usual quiet.
her mother. They did not get here in ,
W. A. Lewis, a pioneer attorney of Insurance of all kinds, Life,
time to connect with the morning train
was convicted iu the superior
Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Store Fronts and Fixtures.
Fire and Accident, pays.
city of embezzling $l,50C
Mrs. Emma Smith of Seattle, aud Mrs
A Modern Country Store since our last writing; it hqs jmtt went
...Furniture made to Order...
Georgia Myers of Astoria were in Ash
from cold to col^qr and still going.
prominent in society- When the dis
land Sunday giving theii aunt, Mrs. A.
covery of his embezzlement was made
We carry a complete line of
Moulding in endless variety at right prices. We manu P. Hammond, a brief call while en route ]
Miss Minnie and Richard Fredenburg
he fled to Seattle and remained there in
facture Boxes of all kinds and sizes.
day visiting their grandparents, Mr. and
hiding for several months. He was
Standard and High-Grade
V. 1. McCrea, engineer of the Butte
Mrs. James Pankey.
discovered, however, aud taken back tc
creek ditch, returned to Medford vester-1
When in need of anything in the building line give us a call
Spokane, and on being released on a
Mrs. Nancev Pankey of Central Point,
day from Chico, Cal., where he is in1
who was visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
bond fled to Denver. He was eaught
charge of the proposed new sewer sys-1
James Pankey, was called tp Gold HHI
tem that is to go in that town.
there and returned to Spokane for trial.
Sunday by her daughter, Mrs. Lawrence I
THE HOME BUILDERS.
John H, Wood, 24 years of age,, was
Gault repairs everything but a broken :
Cardwell, who is reported very sick.
sentenced by Judge Carroll Cook at San
We make a Specially of Dry Sugar Pine Lumber.
Bunch Walker came -over from the
Francisco to imprisonment at Foleom FREIGHT AND
Grand Chancellor J. H. Aitken, of the i
Hammersley and Chisholm mine where :
Knights of Pythias of Oregn, will make !
the remainder of his lift for the
he has been working. He says the work
an-official visit to Granite Lodge, No. 23,
crime of highway robbery. The con
+4-4-44-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4H-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-+4--5-4-4-4-+4-++++4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-i-4-4-4-4’++ of this city Feb. 8th. He will be prop-
victed man served in the Philippine
without a doubt the owners have a, fine
We cordially invite you to call and
■ erly entertained. Mr. Aitken is a mer-
Wood For Sale.
campaign, but was convicted of a mili
mine. They are taking out some fine ore. A
’ chant of Huntington, eastern Oregou.
inspect our stock and prices.
A party from Medford headed by J. C. ♦
Ex-Mayor J. P. Dodge went to Eugene
charged from the service. Frank Nel Ice Delivered Daily in Season
Corum passed through here yesterday on ♦
Fridav to spend Saturday and Sunday i
son pleaded guilty before Judge Dunne
with Miss Rosa and Lewis Dodge at the '
to the charge of highway robbery and
trip. M r. C. says he found a ledge several «
Jill Kinds of
years ago but wasn’t able to develop it, ♦
was sentenced to 27 years in San Qaen* Ashland
Portland to attend a session of the arbi
but is now going to begin work on it,
tiu. Edward Davis, Nelson's accom
tration board of the A. 0. U. W, grand
We didn’t notice any guns; likely had
plice, pleaded not guilty, aud was sent
lodge of Oregon.
UR Line of Air Tight Heaters, i to Folsom for 33 years.
Hay, Grain and Feed •«« ♦♦♦
Sams Valley, Jan. 28, 1902. _
If you have anything needing repairs
Oil Heaters, Box and Steel ?
Joseph Pedro, a peaceful, law-abiding
W. N. BROTHEBTON
L A. RICHARDSON
several Carloads of Baled Alfalfa
You should know that Foley’s Honey ♦ Cook Stove and Ranges is superb + young man, who formerly lived at
J. H. Stewart of Medford has gone to
Hay that ia Hay, Good Hay, at REASONABLE PRICE.
and Tar is absolutely the best lor all dis * and cannot be surpassed in t Yountville, Napa county, Cal., was shot
his ranch up Rogue river three miles be
eases of the throat and lungs. Dealers
low the lumber company’s bridge for the
are authorized to guarantee it to give sat
bon, iu the Mission, San Francisco.
purpose of putting out 40 acres in fruit
Crackbon, who was in plain clothes,
trees as an experiment.
thought Pedro was acting suspiciously Orders by mail or
John A. Boyer, who died at Jackson ♦ A shland ,
The article on platinum which appears
iu the early morning aud called upon express receive
on the first page of this issue is from the
been a resident of that place and for 25 ++++ S-4-+4- 4-++4-++4-+-M-+++++4-++ him to halt, as he was an officer. Pe. tkbms C ash , at
pen of ( apt. M. F. Eggleston who makes
dro, however, evidently thought the reasonable rstea.
mineralogy a special study. Mining men
ployed in the Beekman bank. He was a
policeman was a footpad and ran, when
may be profited by reading the article.
prominent member of the I. O. O. F.
Craokbon fired and the bullet passed
Alfred Weeks has purchased another
lodge, at one time serving as grand mas
(hronjgh Pedro’s stomach.
100 acres of fru t land adjoining the Bakery and Restaurant ter. He was a single man.
Weeks and Orr orchard and will put it
In sustaining a demurrer in the di
out in fruit. It belonged to J. S. Herrin
vorce action of Bernard Noy against
of Ashland and brought $40 per acre.
j CONTRACTOR Frida Noy, Judge Hall, at Oakland,
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
Open at All Hours. Opposite Plaza.
Carpets, art squares, rugs, portiers, Give
Cal., held that it is not a ground for
us a call.
ace curtains. Large stock. J. P. D odge .
legal separation if the wife goes away
cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure.
(at Moderate Prices) try the
A Limited Amount of Stock will be offered for 15 cents
from her home and stays out all uight,
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Edward Albright who passed away at
practically upholding the contention
We, the undersigned, have known F J
his home in East Ashland Saturday was
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
an old resident of this state, though only
that a wife has as much right to stay
him perfectly honorable in all business
residing in Ashland for the past eleven
out all night as her husband has. The
for a short time,
years. He was aged 72 years.
transactions, and financially ab e to
jndge, however, held the allegation of
carry out any obligation made by their
John. W. Cox and Arthur Hunt left for
infidelity in the second cow to be valid
Klamath county today; the former to Ft.
ground upon which to, prooeoute the
COMBS BROS. & GRUBB*
u est & T kvax , Wholesale Druggists
but will be advanced or withdrawn from the market
Klamath after a bunch of horses and the
action, aud ten, days was granted JFoy’s
latter to Klamath Falls for 50 head of
to amend his-complaint, ac Leave orders at W. N. Grubb & Co’» ltp(k
W alding , K inn an AM aevin , Wholesale
Next to Vendome Hotel, Ashland.
[pgf* Plans, Specification atto^uey.
cording to the ruling of the court.
Dru gist-, T4ed>> O.
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J. C. Whipp h:ts purchased from
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internal and Estimates on All Kinds
It troubled with a weak digestion,
Sherwin and Van Sant the business prop
ly, acting directly upon the blood and
belching, sour stomach, or if you feel
erty recently erected by them and used
mucous surfaces of the system. Price, of Carpenter Work.
dull after eating, try Chamberlain’s I ||||| pr||||||||r
as a mai ble works house and residence IFood Delivered to any part of ■ 75c per bcvle. Sold by all druggists.
Price, 25faJIJIj £ | 111 11 ||ij
combined at wroer 4
. Testimonials free: .» a
conte. Samplen free at all drug stures.
opposite Ashland Steam Laundry.
. Mil fattii;
va U m Iwit-
BANK OF ASHLAND.
Are Having Trouble.
Boots and Shoes, Rubbers
Capital, Full Paid, $50,000
Surplus Fund, : $15,000
mackintoshes at Balt Price
Our stock of Clothing will
about January 20tli to
W. N. GRUBB & CO
Saturday and Monday
Feb. 1st and
VAUPEL, NORRIS & DRAKE
Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
the following articles:
Tinware, Shelf Hardware,
THE POOLE HOSPITAL
DR. W. E. POOLE, Manager.
GEO. ÌV. TREFEEN
Fox & Good,
HAS FOR SALE
Union Mill and Lumber Co.
M. L. HAWLEY & CO.,
Downing's Dew Grocery ...
GROCERIES and i
Ollse $ Cozer
T. J. DOWNING, Prop. |
Southern Oregon Oil Company
J. H. DUTTON,
Good Rich Milk
Southern Oregon Oil Company
Blue Bell Creamery