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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1902)
Uaupel, Oorris $ Drake
FRANK ARANT APPOINTED
Superintendent of Crater Lake National
A Touch of Romance.
The Advance, one day last week, re
ceived a notice of the marriage of Edgar
A. Cooke of Seattle to Daisy E. Smith
Dungan of Greenview. Thev were mar
ried at the home of Rev. J. E. Wright in
Yreka on Saturday, June 21
the ■vended pa:r had a rote in the Green
view tl*-atc»cal, “Bound by an Oath,”
which was given the nignt preceding the
Just becau** thev -dipp-d
away ji'i ween the second and third acts,
when they were U" longer leed-d—
si.ppedaway ina qm..» clamtes^ne t
Is st * nt
C ashier .
The Young Merchant Takes Into Himself
Try Hill’s soft drinks.
Park—Government Puts Boats in the
a Fair Bride.
W. W. Bates was up from Medford
A very pretty home w
Monday jjvening at S:!‘ ) li’r
Frank R. Neil was up fr >.n Ja'.ks- n-
A Washington Dispatch says: Senator
residence oi Mr. and M r«
Mitchell and Representative Tongue rec
ville the first of the week.
Gregory on Oak street, The
parties were Geo Harr» Ye»
Mrs E. H. Bristow returned Tuesday
Applegate as ageti at the Klamath lie
from a visit in San Francisco.
dian Agency. Th V also recommended
John W. Jacobs was up from Centra! the appointment <
F Arent to bf
Point yesterday on a business trip.
;er Lake Na-
Mrs. Nash arrived yesterday from lions i Park
,tRe. 1U W’i ;
Douglas county to visit her daughter.
this interpolated action certainly gave to Marcii, wiieu Flic couple eulercU the
J. R. Scott, a miner of Greenwood, B. I
has been putting the play a smack of romanticism.—Etna ' tastefully decoi rated parlor from opposite
., is in Ashland looking at the Country.
; directions and took their position in
some new boats on Crater lake. Geo. Advance.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Fireman Eugene Holmes is working on Hoyt, of Fort Klamath, hauled two up
i front of a Lank or evergreen and white
the gravel pit s Witch engine at Gold Hill. I lately, and be says they will probably
! flowers in the corner oi the room'. _ The HENRY AMMERMAN, I). R. MILLS, G. S. BUT
; Rev. J. T. Abbett, pastor of the M. E.
Mrs. M. E. Hamlin and Miss Ida Bish ! put more on soon.
church, performed the impressive mar
LER, F. H. CARTER, E. V. CARTER.
op of Phoenix went to Colestin Tues
Mrs. Maria Eakin McCornack died
N. A. Jocobs oi Riverside, Cal., writes i riage ceremony that made the happy
suddenly of apoplexy at Eugene Sunday. his lather, A. 8. Jacobs, that he has con young couple one. The bride was at
Mrs. Baldwin and daughter, Cora, are She was raised in Londonderry, Ireland, cluded to remain in that place for a year. tired in white and the groom in conven
Toreian and Domestic Exchange Bought and Sold
visiting Mrs. W. T. Coburn at Grants and was a pioneer of Oregon. Among Since going to that place a Christian tional black. Hearty congratulations
were extended by the immediate rela
H. McCornack of Klamath Falls and for a malady for which two surgical op tives
and the invited guests.
Geo. W. Vaupel goes to Oakland, Mrs. Dr. E. P. Geary of Portland.
erations had been performed on her
Later in the evening the guests were
“THIS IS THE TICKET.”
Douglas county, to-morrow to visit his
C. Cunningham, of Wood River, who
invited to the dining room where elab
cured by the Christian Science orate refreshments were served. Mrs.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent,
lately sold his ranch to Pelton Bros, and most
We handle every style and color in
J. A. Smith, late socialist candidate for I L*cf Sisemore, stopped in town over ( treatment and that they are thanking Harvey, sister of the bride, was assisted
(' J night the
county treasurer, was up ' from
in serving refreshments by Miss Kitcheu.
latter part of the week on his God for it.
Jill Sizes of Both Overalls and lumpers. Tuesday.
way to Ashland. He will probably
Quite a number of beautiful and use
Married—In Central Point, June 30,
1902, at the home of the officiating Jus ful wedding presents were given.
Mrs. Ed. Williams left today to visit move to Ashland next fall.
The young folks have gone to house
of the Peace A. S. Jacobs, T. B.
They fit and are made to wear.
her sister at Little Hot Springs, 80 miles
Miss Maud Graves and her brother tice
Gresham street. Mr. and
east of Sisson.
I Charley, came down from the Grave E. is one of the foremen on the Butte Mrs. Yeo on are
prominent in social and
Headquarters for Railroad Mens’ Clothing
Miss May O’Toole of Phoenix left
Creek water ditch. Miss N. is well and church circles and have a host of friends
Tuesday for a months visit in the city of
favorably known-in this part of th^ coun who will all join in wishing them hap
of every description.
piness and prosperity.
New show windows were put in Chit
Fireman Chas. Safley and Miss Mollie
In Railroad Circles.
Catchings are vieiting his folks at Drain, wood’s drug store last week.
town Tuesday and got four of W. J.
J. C. Ferguson, of Spring lake, was Freeman’s low wheel, broad-tire, bedless
W. H. Mead, well-known as the gener
wagons to exhibit in the parade qftthe al agent of the Northwestern railroad at
Mrs. H. E. Ankeny and daughters ar doing business in town Saturday.
“BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES”
rived Wednesday from Eugene to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Looseley and
Portland, died of paralysis last week.
at the Sterling mine.
Capt. 0. C. Applegate -were down from
Ed. Olwell, who has been visitii%his
PHONE NO. 364.
Mrs. M. DeVaney md children have
relatives and friends in this valley, has returned to Roseburg from West Shef-
Otis Tout went to Albany today. He Klamath Agency Monday.
is just finishing up his directory of that
Comity Commisaioner elect N. S. Mer returned to Davenport, Wash., where he ford, Canada, after a stay of several
is engaged in the mercantile business. months with relatives. Her visit was
rill was in town today.
♦ city.—Eugene Guard.
Fred Wichmann has sold his farm, saddened by the sudden death of her
County Commissioner Fred Melhase
Mrs. H. D. Reed, formerly Omega
near this place, to Mr. Grim for mother.
ICEBOUND STEAMERS SAFE.
Applegate, came from Gold Hill Satur- is in town today.
He and his family will leave
G. A. Yonng and C. J. Vaughn are doy to visit relatives.
County Assessor Jasper Bennett has soon for Germany, his old home.
over from Gazelle for the Fourth.
Harmon, the car repairer, in the Grants Portland and Jeanie Are Heard From
Brakeman William Watson and wife been interviewing the people of this
yards last Friday afternoon. While
Erek Carlson was over from the copper have gone to Butte creek to visit her town lately.
a freight car making an examina
Port Townsend, Wash, July 1.—
Klamath Falls, Or., July 1, 1902.
A shland , O r ., Thursday, July 3, 1902 ren.
who is engaged in blacksmithing in tion of the air rods, a train, switching in The steamer Centennial reached port
Geo. W. Howard came in from Poke-
the yards, jammed against the car which this morning nine and one-half days 1
Holmes Bros.’ blacksmith shop.
Lee Minkler returned yesterday from garna yesterday to arrange for the funeral
he was under. His right leg was caught
Tracey and Merrill Reach Seattle.
Mrs. Smith of Roseburg is visiting under the wheels and cut off at the knee. from Cape Nome, bringing news oi ,
a stay at Smith’s Springs on Carter of the late John Moore.
________ _ •
It was reported in Portland today that her sister, Mrs. Coe of this place. Mrs. Physicians amputated his leg and sent the safety of the steamers Jeanie and
The Southern Oregon Chautauqua As creek.
Lindsey Sisemore came n
. -pracy an(j Merrill, the escaped convicts, S. is mother-in-law of Circuit Judge him to Portland hospital, where he died. Portland. She also brings word that
sembly, July 9th—18th, at Ashland, Ore
Mrs. Levi Morris and children are Klamath last week after supplies and to hav?at la8t
Seatt^ Anothei Hamilton of that district.
the story of the loss of the United
gon. Everything tirst-class Lectures, spending the 4th with relatives at Mon visit relatives and friends.
report states that the police believe
Julius Krutchnitt, general manager of States revenue cutter Thetis is untrue.
Frank Galloway, late hotel proprietor
schools, music; fun, pictures, good camp tague.
Fireman Clyde Fields and wife of Tracey is now in Seattle, having smug- in this place, went to Grants Pass Tues the Southern Pacific, has issued a pro- The steam whaler Belevedere arrived Fine business block on Main
ing Hon, Henry Watterson and Dr.
. went - to
• - -
■ - in
• • by night.
day to join his family, who preceded nunciamento that is designed to do away at Cape Nome on June 20 and reported
Robt. McIntire are among the lecturers.
with card playing on the company’s
him a few days ago.
Be sure to come For particulars address
trains. The order is directed to the Den that the Jeanie and Portland were
T. A. H ayes , S ecretary ,
Mrs. D. E. Hide and Grant Crary ar
Forrest Moore has bought a house and nison News Company, which caters to sighted in the ice pack on June 17 Acreage property on Boule
Torbert Sanford leaves in a few days rived home yesterday from Azuasa, Cal.
Your 4th will not be complete with lot in this town of W. J. Freeman and the necessities of card players on the eighty miles north of Cape Prince of
for Beaver creek to work the Mont Grant’s health is precarious.
out one at Orr’s, He makes milk shake has Sims & Kearney engaged in put Southern Pacific trains, and henceforth Wales and the Deomdes islands. The
SORING FOR COAL.
and lot on Iowa St.
ting up a barn.
Fireman T. N. Glass is at Richmond, ih.aLji!l_n2ake*Y„0U
the train bays will not be permitted to revenue cutter Thetis was standing by
Salem, June 30.—A company of New
Col. Freeman G. Teed of Los Angeles
Mr. Swanson, Holmes Brqs.’ black organizing card parties to play for cigars the imprisoned vessels. The Jeanie
cious sodas and good cigars.
York capitalists today began drilling on and Hervey Lindley of Klamathon were serious illness of his mother.
lias returned to Central Point from and cooling beverages or to encourage and Portland were not injured by the
Many other fine properties in
the Blair Forward farm in the Waldo in Ashland Saturday.
mill near Coles station.
Ice and there are good prospects of the City and Country, every one a
liilis east of Salem, to ascertain whether
card playing in any form.
Mrs. Johnny Pashburg and Mrs C. E. Booth came in yesterday from the mines
coal exists there of quality and quantity
Rev. J. T. Abbett of Ashland preached
It is estimated that the exclusive use
Married, on Sunday, June 29, 1902, at two very able sermons in the M. E.
The Thetis, which is commanded by ' Bargain.
to make mining profitable. In 1890 Dorn are over from Yreka to see their near Cole’s, to spend the 4th.
W. A. Healy, has performed
pieces of coal were found in a creek on husbands play baseball.
church in this place last Sunday.
Mrs. F. L Findlay is expected home
a saving of £1,500,000 a year over coal.
ford, Alfie O. Freel and Alma E. Wilson,
the farm and upon search the outcrop
achievement in finding the Law, Loans and Real Estate
Persons having room3 to let during the from Carson, Nev., where she has been both of Central Point, Rev. W. T. Van
Elder Badger of Ashland will preach It is stated that the company has ordered
ping of a stratum of coal was found on a Chautauqua Assembly will please notify teaching in the Indian school.
two craft for whom so many other
hillside. The vein of coal and slate six the secretary, T. A. Hayes.
vessels were searching, and Captain
Samuel A. Hering, manager of the Ar Mr. Freel, formerly a student of the Sunday morning and evening.
13,000 gallons each.
feet thick was followed into the hillside
Healy has added another honorable
Attorney Vawter of Medford was in
100 feet. The men now at work have
The suit of Mrs. R. M. White against entry to his long record of rescues in
drilled 30 feet through sandstone and
Central Point Tuesday on official busi the Southern Pacific Railroad Co. for
—— office : ——
The family of Frank Smith, the round for several years. He was vice-principal
from the nature of the sandstone forma the National holiday at that place.
ness before the justice court.
$5900 damages far the death of her hus
tion are led to believe that the prospects
Brakeman J. N. Webb returned yes
MAIN St,, on Bridge, Ashland, Oregon
There has been considerable talk that band, William H. White, in the depot
large store of
are good for finding coal of merchantable terday from the railroad hospital, show from a visit with Dunsmuir friends.
i He is now clerk in the
Mrs. Will Nichols was going to rent the , yard at Salem an December 8, 1001, was the Jeanie is a steam schooner. Both
quality. The coal found in the tunnel ing no signs of his recent injuries.
commenced in the Portland circuit court are in the Nome trade and both carry
Stamp photos 36 for 25 cents at Camps . been a very successful! teacher of the Sims & Kearney hotel.
made fire sufficiently hot to weld a bar
passengers. On their present voyage
of iron an inch thick and coked well. It
S. P. Robbins has been re elected prin-
prin - i county for about three years. She has
they were closed upon by the ice pack
■ ■ just finished a term of school near Wood
is believed coal found at greater depth competitive examination at Salem for a cipal and Leia Sackett assistant or ■ the
Junotion City where he resided for many and carried northward by the pack. As
will be of still better quality. The Dia
Phoenix school for the coming year.
years), was engineer for the defendant there were upward of 400 people
Both the bride and groom are well-
mond Drill Contracting Company of Academy.
corporation. The complaint states that aboard the two steamers their mishap
Spokane, has the contract to drill 100 to , J. C. Mitchell and son, J. B. Mitchell,
certain of the ties of the railroad comp-
Central Point and Jacksonville. Their
caused a great deal of anxiety in
^^Girl to Wash Dishes
1000 feet, according to what may be came over from Gazelle yesterday to Burbank potatoes. A. B. Miller.
1 any a short distance south of the depot every city on the Pacific coast. A
I ship 300
head __ of _____
cattle from Grants
1 Pj ’ass to that place.
zel’s saw mill east of Montague is visit well in this choice for life. They will lent character and reputation, was mar- . that
and Help in Kitchen
they would not hold the spikes large fleet of vessels has been search
make their home in Central Point. They
Ashland and Gold Hill this week.
Do you intend to make garden? We
have .he best wishes of a host of fripnds
have all the garden tools you want, Call | nee Belle Dollarhide, were on Tues-
Unique wall paper, up-to-date esigns j as they begin this new era of life’s his the fourth annual reunion of the Kelly ■ rails in place.” The spikes were rusted grave fears were felt, as the ice-locked
and get prices. IV. N. Grubb A Co.
clan at the home of Plympton J. Kelly, _ ; and weatherworn and would not hold steamers seemed in a fair way to be Apply at—
i day’s train returning to Dunsmuir from
rails or fish-plates in place. The either crushed or carried almost to the;
to Miss Eugenia Kern, a prominent either
H 8. Emery, the contractor.
i their northern trip. .
F. L. Wright, the Southern Oregon
switch, also, was out al order. The pole, where the people aboard would,
Mrs, Stanley A. McIntosh and two Marble Works Co. solicitor, returned
The marriage was a great surprise to flanges of the engine wheels were badly perish of cold and starvation.
children are up from San Francisco visit yesterday from a successful trip in Jose Call and see them. E. Peil.
the numerous Kelly tribe who bad as worq and the throw rails used in con
Among the searchers was the reve- Ashland, Oregon,
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mc phine county.
nection were out of repair; that the en
sembled on this festive occasion
Clendon. at Gold Hill.
cutter Thetis, Captain Healy, j -
It is a pleasant walk to Sutton’s ice
Mrs. Faucett will be a valuable acqui- 1 gine was thereby thrown from the track,
NPVAr=0T1flA WELts- Texa». .re a|: sitioji to Medford and they have the best 1 causing his death.
Healy is a veteran of the sendee and ■
Chas. Grubb, Miss Lou Grubb, S. H. cream parlors on 4th street. Try it.
11VV most tasteless. The first
Crackers, Morse and daughter, G. A. Morse and Mrs. Lee Jacobs and daughter of Med 11 V V Ul JL
knows the North Pacific thoroughly.I
dose pleases you and the wishes of all for a happy and prosperous
result wins your friendship. A mild but certain cure wedded life.
If you desire a good complexion use He made the Bear famous by his splen.'
ford and her sister, Mrs. W, D. Hanley for Chronic Constipation. Sick Headache, Rheuma.
Moki Tea, a pure herb drink. It acts on
Robinson have gone to Crater lake.
of Burns, ca'led on old friends in Ash tlsm Female Complaints, Liver, Kidney and Stomach
The contract for the building of the the liver and makes the skin smooth did work with her, and during his i
years of service he has rescued thous-j
Word from San Francisco is that. Brake- land Tuesday.
tity «SC at your druggists. By mall 13c and 30c In Palm Bodge brick block on the corner of ( and clear. Cures sick headaches. 25
ands of people from death in Arctic'
man Archie Grieve, who was taken to
One box will convince the most skeptical. D and Seventh sreets, lias been let. , cts. and 50 cts.
Klondike Fizz, the new drink See stamps.
the rai road hospital by his wife Satur Hill, the soft drink man
Childers Bros, and G. W. Priddy having , does not satisfy you Write to W. II. waters.
Agents wanted In every town. Liberal terms.
day, is beginning to improve and will
the contract for the brick work, and the Hooker Co., Buffalo, N. Y., for free
During the four years in which Cap- 1
»<>1(1 I m H. ». FVANS
Mrs. H. Silsbv, Misses Mary and Es
Oregon Granite Company will do the sample —McNair Bros.
tain Healy was kept ashore not a ves-1
€. Dane’s soon be out of all danger.
ther Silsby and May and Genevieve Tif
stone and granite work. W. B, Bradbury
sei was rescued in the Arctic. In 19001
Miss Mary Durham, the accomplished fany went to Portland Tuesday, all on a
have charge of the finishing and
HEAD of Good Cattle will
seventeen ships were lost there, I
State Normal school music teacher, well visit except Miss Mary.
wood work. The structure is to be of
Ice Cream, Ice Cream Sodas, Home- known in Ashland, was married at her
and every year had its list of missing I
For Sale. A Good Stock brick and stone, 50x100 feet, and two
Garden and spray hose all prices. W.
Made Confectionery, Cigars, Tobaccos, home in Irvington, Cal., Monday to Prof.
DeZfciou-s Milk Shake.
stories high, and will cost about $X0,0o0 ADAMS—In Ashland, June 30, 1902, to ships. During the years when Captain I ■
Ingram, principal of a business college N. Grubb & Co.
Farm for rent.
when completed. All material for build
Mr. and Mrs. 8. K. Adams, a daughter.
at Oakland, Cal.
Fred Page the Portland commission
either fpund every misSing ship or pro-1
ing must he on the ground by August 1,
L. M. RHODES,
Engineer J. A. Merriman and wife re. merchant and Collector of Customs Strata
and the work of building will be pushed CHITF^R—On ROgue river, June 23, cured satisfactory evidence that she I Main St., over the Bridge.
1902 to Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Criteser, a had gone to the bottom and was be-1
j turned yesterday fiom a visit to his ton of San Francisco, left yesterday on a
with all possible wmu-
Klamath Falls, Oregon. through
i ranch near Vancouver, Wash., on which ten days business trip to Klamath
lower rooms will h* -
yond the reach of aid.
and th* -
- occupied by stores
J. P. B atli
G. W. D odos
j he was making some improvements. county.
One of several events may happen I
-w upper rooms by offices.
; The bandits, Tracy and Merrill, were
Wall paper 5c. and up. Paint, oils,
when a ship is packed in the ice as
I very near them at one time.
Mrs. John Osborne, a professional nurse
glass, etc , at H. S. Evans’.
are me Portland and the Jeanie. Eith- 1
Operator Frank J. Belts is convalescing
er the ice may crush its timbers, or I
Mrs. George A. Knoblauch leaves In a
four years, leaves Thursday morning for
I after being laid out flat on nis back with few da vs for San Franc isc to •
gets your lungs sore and weak and it may be held permanently in the
if It is not a fact that
San Francisco to join her husband, who (hat
paves the way for Pneumonia or Con
we turn out the best
is employed as carpenter. Mrs. Osborne sumption, or both. Acker’s English pack—ships have remained in the ice I
and Mrs. Belts leave tomorrow for Har &iheW”
ami rao«t stylish look
risburg to visit his folks, and hopes to re
o ...(Congenial to her health during
Remedy will stop the cough in a day and for years—or the ice may open and I
ing rigs in town.
MRS. A. GABBUSH, Prop.
gret to have her leave Medford.
your lungs. It will cure Consump let it out.
We have good
Captain Healy is standing by to Bee FREIGHT AND
G. P. Lindley and wife, Mrs. George tion, Asthma, Bronchitis, and all throat
Soother of Pain is a good thing.
New Wing Block, corner A and
horses and new vehi
The 8-vear old son of W. W. Fordnev Friends,
will happen to the Portland and
had four teeth knocked out of his mouth
and W. H. Jackson returned Monday teed, and money refunded if you are not Jeanie. If the ice opens and frees
J. E. Envart, E. J. Payton and Otis
without touching his lips Tuesday. The
from a week’s visit at Crescent City, satisfied. Write to us for free sample. them he will convoy them to port. If I
properly fed and well
i boy attempted to catch a gentle horse Helman had their pictures in the Ore
Cal. They report having a splendid \V. II. Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N. Y. the Ice crushes them or takes them I
...Best 25 Cent meal
cared for in our large
Wood For Sale.
and ride it to the barn, when the animal gonian on the occasion of the recent
time while down by the sounding sea.
too far north he will take off the crews I
playfully kicked its heels at him. The
Along the Line. Prompt Service.
and passengers and abandon the
Dr. Butler and wife, Misses Florence
cork of a new shoe landed oq thu bov’s west at Portland. They did some fine
Everything the market affords. No
Ice Delivered Daily in Season
Toft and Gertrude Wilson left Snnday on
shooting, being up with the best.
Chinese cooking. Lunches put up.
a trip to Klamath Falls, Pelican bay
Healy’s success in the Arctic is at-1
A girl to wash dishes and assist in
j Lime, plaster Paris and Portland ce-
and Crater lake.
tributable to his extraordinary knowl
Give the restaurant a trial and be
kitelien work is wanted at Hotel Ven
meat by the car load at FI. 8. Evans’.
Sydney Charles, who has been in
edge of the region.
He knows the
Opposite Bridge, center of town.
cliarge of the Southern Oregonian for
coast, the currents and all the condi-1 Ashland
Brakeman Fred J. Ahlstrom, who has
Mrs. Fred Drake and daughter Mildred
several months, left for Portland during
tions as a saint knows his prayers.
gfl been in th* railroad hospital in San Fran-
the week where he has secured a position
; cisco for several months, is expected went to Grants Pass Tuesday to visit Mrs.
The Belvedere was in sight of both I
on the Evening Telegram.
j home in Ashland for the 4th of July or A. C. Hough, an old school mate of Mrs.
SI soon thereafter. North Ahlstrom, who Drake. Mrs. Hough will visit Ashlahd
Miss Katherine Buckley came up from
them to return to Nome only after LAUNDRY
returned to San Francisco last fall from during Chautauqua.
San Francisco Monday to visit relatives
her officers had assured themselves] F. HEBERLIE
. the Klonkike, will accompany’ him.
Get your harness oil, hoof ointment
for two weeks. Miss B. is studying for a
that they could render no assistance
professional nurse at a hospital in the
i You are sure to get something artistic and gall cure of 8. K. Adams, Main
to the bealeagured vessels. At the | WATER Street.
if you have photos made at Camps’ stu harness repairing.
time they were last sighted the Port |
Miss Fay Sears left Tuesday for Spo
land had been out of Seattle, Nome- 1
kane, Wash., to spend the summer with
W. W. Hazen, the enterprising Kla Ashland’s popular photographer, will be
bound, for fifty-two days and the Orders by mail or
her father, D. T. Sears, who is in the
math Falls liveryman, brought in Mon
Jeanie for forty-eight days.
employ of the government asU. 8. gauger.
ls a feature of our Pre-
day a large crowd of timber land locators in Etna about June 30th, and will be
But signals from both vessels to the I prompt attention
scription Department up
erms C ash , at
who took the train for their home at
Misses Bessie and Marie Nickell ar-
free vessels following them announced | T
on which we pride our
Vancouver, Wash. Another party of 18 where he will open up his parlor.
, rived from Portland Saturday. Miss
Two well-equipped ice houses people
selves. We do not slight
arrived from Vancouver yester
Soother of Pain. For all pain. Pre
MOWING THE LAWN
1 Marie has been a student at St. Helen’s
case, passengers well and food and |
such prescriptions simply
day and were taken out to Klamath pared and sold bv Wilmer M. Poley &
Hall during the year.
erected by the Armour and county yesterday noon by Mr. Hazen. Co., druggists, Ashland.
is not hard work if you have the right water plentiful and general conditions
because the medicines are
Mark Baker has purchased an interest kind of a mower. Now this kind is just cheerful. Messages, however, carried
to be given to domestic
They will also locate timber claims.
necktie and apron party given by
’ in the Weeks Bros.’ furniture store at what.D. B. P rovost is offering to his pa the frank admission on the part of the
animals. Drugs and chem
Earl fruit carrying companies; Just received a nice line of glass-ware the The
Fraternal Brotherhood at I. O. O. F.
I Medford, and he and Fred W. Weeks are
icals of doubtful quality
trons. Easy running, of exceeding dur officers of the imprisoned vessels that
hall was a pleasant affair. The program
; now the owners of the same.
the feeling of cheerfulness was greatly
in the railroad yards of Ash . at Gurnea’s.
Chas. M. Culver greeted old Ashland tra played while refreshments were
Mrs. Wm. D. Hanley left Wednesday
augmented by the arrival on the scene
Best Baker in Jackson County
friends with that genial smile Tuesday being served.
i for her home at Burns, Or., after a two self-sharpening knives, carefully hard of the Thetis, standing by ready to re
land are offered for sale. and
Wednesday. He was returning
AT OUR STORE.
J weeks visit with relatives.
ened and tempered.
spond to any urgency signal.
homeward to San Francisco from an ex
Fresb Bread, Pies, Cakes,
Remember Tate, the confectioner, sells
Mrs. John Butterworth of Eugene was
The Centennial left Nome on the
This is why you should bring
tended tour in the eastern cities of the fruits, nuts, candy, canned goods, cigars
of all Kinds...........
' here Friday attending the funeral of ihe
morning of June 20. The whaler Bel
in your prescriptions for Con
United States and Canada in the interest and tobacco, also milk shake.
Look them over and
of his shipping business. Mrs. Culver
... .Delivered to *11 parta of city
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Yeo and daughter
Give Us an Offer.
Poultry Medicines, etc.
and the babies, who have been visiting returned
hours before. The Belvedere brought
Prof. Strong of the University of Ore-
to Klamath Falls Tuesday. As
j her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mil- soon as Mr. Yeo closes out his interests
only the most meager information con Phone 374-..-——*.
3 gon, accompanied by hie wife anddaugh-
I ler, and other relatives and friends, re- at the Falls the family will take up their
3 ter, was here Saturday.
cerning the conditions on board the
turned home with him to Alameda on residence at their former home at Santa
beleaguered vessels, as the only means
€♦ Richard, Prop.
! yesterday’s noon train.
Ana, Cal. James Yeo and Miss Minnie
of communication between them and
? 50x100 warehouse in Medford for their
I Hats! Yes, we have them, for men Yeo left veeterday for the latter place.
the free vessels within their sight wad
P fruit business.
S. A HERING, Agent.
and boys in all colors and shades and
by signaling, and that process is slow
Sewing machines of all kinds, new or
James Buckley, jr., of Applegate, is
latest designs, at very low prices. Vau- second hand and at lowest prices. Ma
246 Stark St. PoRTLAND, OR- pel, Norris A Drake.
chines to rent. J. P. Dodge, opera block.
” in Jacksonville.
The Old-Reliable Blacksmith,
Dry Goods and Clothing Store
i. Full Paid, $50,000
¿ANÌ 13 ^^OVERALLS
New and Second-Hand
Call in and inspect our goods.
anything you want.
Uaupel, Morris $ Drake
For 4th of July
W. H. TATE
IT’S JUST A COUGH
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ARMOUR CAR LINES
W. M. POLEY & CO.
J J. H. DUTTON,
A shland M ercantile C ompany
Special Sale Satuedry and Monday, July 5 th and 7 th
Our List for this Sale is Larger than Ever Before.
Call at Store and Get Our Prices
Ashland Mercantile Co.
The families of J. A. Perry and True
Cox are camping at Tolman Springs for a
B. B. Beekman, an attorney of Port
land, arrived Saturday for a short visit.
J. D. Cook, the miner, left for Portland
Sunday accompanied by his wife.
Miss Myrtle Lawton is visiting Port
land friends for a week.
G. F. King was at Roseburg Monday
on land office business.
Science has found that rheumatism
ia caused by uric acid in the blood Th is
poison should be excreted by the kid
neys. Foley’s Kidney Cure always
makes them well.—T. K. Bolton.
Subscribe for the R kobp .
and Estimates on All Kinds
of Carpenter Work.
O ffice —At old Hicks lumber yard
opposite Ashland Steam Laundry.
E. C. SHERMAN
House Accepts the Amendments by a
W C. Johnson’s Shop
And is now prepared to serve
Washington, July 1.—Conferees of
both branches of congress
his old customer« and the pub
agreed upon the civil bill for the civil
lic generally at the old stand
government of the Philippines.
The report of the conferees will be M ain S t .. O pp . O pera H ouse B lock
General Blacksmithing ef »11 kinds
considered in the senate today.
Horseshoeing s Specialty.
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