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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1900)
......... ASHLAND, OREGON
Published Every Thursday.
ff. J. KAISER, Proprietor.
......... ASHLAND, OREGON
StTMCUFHOI R ates :
One Year......... ............................... $1 75
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ASHLAND, JACK80N COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1900.
Cannot be better spent than by aubacr! b
ing to the VALLEY RECORD for a
year. Justthink! $1.75 gives you all
the news for a year. Try it I
Pocket cutlery, scissors, saws and axes,
at D. B. Grants* hardware store. Fine line
Miss Myrtle Woodford of Medford is
in Portland for the winter.
Mrs. James Wiley visited Phoenix and
Medford relatives this week.
Miss Bertie Webster returned to Tal
ent Monday from Dunsmnir.
Attorney H. L. McWilliams was at
Jacksonville Tuesday on legal business.
Miss Fannie Ralph returned Friday
from her visit at Portland and McMinn
Help wanted for cooking or to take
care of children. M rs . I ngersoll , Ash
Lindley, Mason A Co’s, big saw mill at
Klamatbon ha« closed down until
Miss Maggie Eaton of Medford left for
Ban Francisco Friday to clerk in the
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Beekman of Jack
sonville went to San Francisco Saturday
on • visit.
Mark Baker left for San Francisco
Monday and will spend several months
Joe Frizell, wife and babe returned to
Ashland Saturday from McCloud, Cal.,
for the winter.
Mayor W. B. Colton returned Satur
day from a two months visit in Wiscon
sin and Illinois.
Mrs. John Rader has returned to
Eagle Point from a visit with a Bister at
Section Foreman Wm. Lyttleton was
over from Coles Monday and Tuesday on
a business trip.
Mrs. Chas. E. White and two boys
returned to Ashland Saturday from a
visit at Woodville.
Many low priced, imitation baking powders are
upon the market. These are made with alum,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gregory of Cen
and care should betaken to avoid them, as alum
tral Point left Sunday for Hanford, Cal.,
!i a poison, never to bu taken in the food.
to spend the winter.
Miss Gertrude McCallen retnrned Sun
day from a visit with Miss Helen Colvig
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. ICO WILLIAM ST.. NEW YORK.
and Jacksonville friends.
W. T. Coburn of Klamathon is at
A Travesty on Justice In the Winnie Lakeview working in a barber shop for
Suicide Formerly of Ashland.
a time, says the Rustler.
Thorn Assault Oaao.
Mrs. Park Brandt, who commited sui
cide in Portland last week by taking Oregonian Editorial.]
See the late Eastern ideas in clothing,
carbolic acid, resided at Hotel Oregon
shoes and carpets now being shown at
Some months ago a story of unparal Vaupel, Norris A Drake’s.
in Ashland several years ago, being
known as Mrs. Lena Steel. She was a leled outrage, perpetrated by certain
Mrs. James Croasinan left Friday for
beautiful person in apperance. Her members of a freight-train crew in south
life has been continually intermingled •rn Oregon upon the person of a young Sacramento, Cal., to visit her daughter
, with troubles and seven years ago she country girl, who imprudently boarded Linnie, now Mrs. Bartels.
shot herself and was brought back to the traiu for a ride between stations,
Al. Stricklin and wife have returned
life by skillfull physicians though she was detailed through the news reports, to Happy Camp, Cal., after a visit with
has ever since suffered from her wounds. causing a shudder of horror and disgust , Jackson county relatives.
Her husband was divorced from her to pervade the community wherever
Miss Etta Palmer visited Ashland
about that time and is now employed in read. Righteous indignation ran riot
throughout the realm of decency at the friends this week while en route to Port
the S. P. at Sacramento.
disclosures made of the bitter wrong and land from a vikit in California.
cruelty indicted upon the victim of these
Mrs. N. P. Thompson has returned to
Estate of Mary Stewart. Semi annual brutal men, two of whom were arrested Condon, eastern Oregon, after a visit
and held to answer before the courts for with Central Point relatives.
Estate of Alfred Carter. Same as a crime that, as detailed, was, in the just
Sweat and fruit acids will not discolor
estimation of manly men and womanly
Estate of E E Walker. Sale of personal women, more henioua than murder. goods dyed with Putnam Fadeless Dyes.
One of these men was, upon trial at Al Sold by E ugene A. S herwin .
Miss Martha Brown and Pierce Wilson
Estate of Emily E Tolman. F M bany, found guilty as charged and sen
Drake, J. E. Pelton and A S Barnes ap tenced to the penitentiary for five years— were up from Talent last Thursday at
a penalty so grossly inadequate to his tending the Italian band concert.
Estate of N R Johnston. Martha M crime as in itself to encourage vice by s
Misses Julia O’Toole and Augusta
wink of the judicial eye. The case Kleinheimer of Phoenix visited Miss
Johnston appointed administratrix.
Estate of David Dunlap. A M Ford against the fellow-criminal of this con May O’Toole in Ashland Saturday.
vict, afte- several postponements, war
The date fixed for the Boston Concert
tried last week at Roseburg, resulting in
Both makers and circulators of counter his acquittal. And now, as if this trav Company’s entertainment in Ashland is
feits commit fraud. Honest men will not •sty upon justice and the insult to pub Tuesday, Dec. 11th. It promises to be a
deceive you into buying worthless counter
feits oi DeWitt's Witch Haz-d Salve. The lie decency were not enough, an effort is treat.
original is infallible for curing piles, injur being made to secure the pardon
Mr, and Mrs. K. McTavishof Phoenix,
ie*. eczema and akin diseases. E. A. convicted man, the basis of the petition were called to San Francisco Saturday,
S usbwin .
where their son Jesse was not expected
outrage was let off without punishment, to live.
To Che l’ublio.
n like leniency should be extended to
A Sl'Kii CUKE FOR CROUP,
Fireman Tom Lpster who has been November 1OOO, Weather Summary.
While abeent from the city my friends him.
It is seldom that crime in any com
placed me in nomination for the office of
Monday. He will ply between Dunsmuir servations at Ashland during month of Twenty-five Years’ Constant Use
City Recorder. For this courtesy I wish munity puts on so bold a front as this. and
without a Failure,
Nov., reported by F H. Carter, local ob
to thauk them. My business plans will
server for the Oregon State Weather Service;
indication of croup 18 hoarse
L. W. Rogers returned last week from
not justify my accepting the nomination,
was committed. These two men—one a Colfax, Wash. He was accompanied by
ness, and in a child subject to that dis
therefore I decline tbe candidacy.
married man, and bo.h in duty bound to his nephew, Dan Rogers, who will visit
ease it may be taken as a sure sign of
protect even a wayward child who here some time.
the approach of an attack. Following
W. J. W oods .
boarded their train from harm—so far
this hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough.
Miss Etta Hollingsworth, who has
forgot all decency, all manly self-respect,
If Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is
been conducting a millinery establish-
?;iven as soon as the child becomes
Agaiiiet Religion in Public Mcliools. all claims of the helpless upon their pro ment at Dunsmuir, returned home to
tection, that the miserable girl, a child
toarse, or even after the croupv cough
Granta Pasa, Nov. 29.-Tba opinion in years, was subsequently returned to Medford Monday.
appears, it will prevent the attack. It
rendered by Attorney General Black her home in a most deplorable plight,
is used in manv thousands of homes in
Fred Applegate of Klamath county
barn upon the right of teachers to read desperately bewailing her ruin.
this broad land and never disappoints
visited Ashland relatives and left Mon
the Bible in the public schools has at
The failure to convict one of these day to spend the winter at Santa Rosa
the anxious mothers. We have yet to
tracted considerable attention here, as it men is shame enough to the state, with and San Jose, Cal.
learn of a single instance in which it has
probably has in every section of the state. out presuming to approach its Governor
not proved effectual. No other prepara
Dudley Baker, sister of Miss Beatrice
While there are some who will accept with a plea for the pardon of the other,
tion can show such a record—twenty-five
the Attorney-General’s opinon as the law who is suffering an altogether inadequate Baker of this city, arrived from Seattle
years’ constant use without a failure.
oa the subject, until the Supreme Conrt penalty. Out upon a mockery of justice Friday to spend the winter. He is a lo
For sale by E ugene A. S herwin .
of thia state shall have passed upon the so indecent, so humiliating, so abomin comotive engineer.
qaeston, there are a few who beleive able! If through the perverted moral
M. H. Howell arrived from San Fran
The official vote of the state of Oregon
tt*t good can come from the exercise of sense of a jury one of these criminals cisco last Thursday with the intention
gives the following totals for each ticket:
toe ’’right” oi "authority.” Tbe public has gone free, let the puny sentence of of remaining. His mother will return
Republican, 46,295; Democratic-Peoples,
generally favor tbe views of Superintend the law at least be enforced upon the from Portland next week.
33,067; Prohibition, 2,503; Regular
ent of Public Instruction Ackerman, as other. Even presuming this young girl
People, 267; Social Democratic, 1,470
Peter Zache, who has been visiting
aupreaaed in a letter written to a prom to have been a wanton, the circumstances
The republican plurality over the Bryan
inent educator of this section over a year and nature of the assault upon her were bis brother, James Cooke of Neil creek,
vote, based on the above, is 13,227; and
•nd • half ago. In answer to an inquiry such as should have resulted in the returned to Chico, Cal., Saturday. Joe
a clear majority over all of 8990 votoa.
SB to tbs right of a teacher to sing religi- prompt conviction of her assailants and Zache will remain until after the holi
oosaoqg> in her school, Mr. Ackerman the infliction of the maximum penalty days.
D yspkpsia C an Ba C ubed by using Ac
rsvlied as follows:
ker's Dyspepsia Tablets. One little Tablet
for this outrageous crime upon both.
Prof, and Mrs. W. T. Van Scoy visited
will give immediate relief or money re
"In my judgement, it would be best for Failure to convict in such a case is a their land claim near Ashland several
funded. Sold in handsome tin boxes at
tha tarcbar to refrain from singing tongs crime against society; failure to inflict days last week, returning home to Jack
25cts. E ugbnk A- B hbbwm .
or having anything of a denominational the maximum penalty after conviction sonville Saturday.
nature in her work; that while, perhaps, is an aspersion against the judicial
Portland Dispatch: It is estimated
Mrs. Sarah Stout of Phoenix, has gone
she might be susteiued by the courts, honor of the state.
that the sugar factory at LaGrande will
to San Francisco to spend the winter
which is questionable, yet tbe trouble
Mean temp. 47.6: Max. temp. 74 on 11; produce this season 2,000,000 pounds,
with her daughter, Mrs. Peter Harvey, Min.
which this engenders in a district will
temp. 20 on 20; total precip. inches. which is to be increased next year. The
wife of the Pacific coast general manager 1,72; total snowfall, inches, 10; No days product this season is valued at $140,000.
more than overbalance the good that
of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad.
could be done. That is to say, I believe
clear, 13; partly cloudy. 7; cloudy, 10; dates Much of the product has been sold in
it would work to the beat interests of all Klamath county, died at Ft. Klamath
Grand Chancelor W. H. Bradshaw of of frost, light, 4. 5, 6; killing, 20, 21. Pre this city and is said to be of superior
concerned if tlte teacher were careful recently aged 80 years. He leaves a the Knights of Pythias of Oregon will vailing direction of wind, NW.
Mean temp. Nov. 19 years, 47.6; below
not to have anything in her eanreise that wife and seven sons and three daughters. make an official visit to Granite lodge
lSrs. O. H. Johnson, formerly Miss
would cause a faction of ths district to
Alex. Martin, ar., has returned from next Monday evening. All members in., above normal.
Aunie Justus, born and raised in Jackson
be up In arms shout it, unless somo very Oakland, Cal.
and Knights so journing in Ashland are
county, died Nov. 4th at Garfield, Wash.,
apparent good can be accomplished,
If you have ever seen a child in the agony aged 38 years. She leaves a husband
The Oshkosh Land and Timber Co. of expected to be present.
Which can hardly be done where there is
Buy the Peerless Improved Plows of of croup you can realize how grateful moth and two children.
ao much opposition. Understand me, Wisconsion last week filed for record 44
are for One Minute Cough Cure which
Peil. It will scour in any kind of ers
now, that I do not say that it is against
gives relief as soon as it is administered.
If you would have an appetite like a
soil and is guaranteed to give satisfaction It quickly cures coughs, colds and all throat bear'and a relish for your meals take
the law, as it has never l>een decided in assigned to them.
tbe Suprime Court, but I do not believe
Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver
Moray S. Applegate, of Klamath Falls, in every way. For sale by Emil Peil, and lung troubles. £. A. S herwin .
it to be the best policy to do so, and I has reached Manila, and has accepted a blacksmith and dealer in all kinds of ag
tablets. They correct disorders of Ih9
would so suggest to the teacher. ”
position as clerk and typewriter in a
John Felling of Eagle Point, wishes to stomach and regulate the liver and
Benton Kingsbuy and wife, who have hear from John Clare, an aged miner, bowels. Price, 25 cents. Sample ftee,
government office at a salary of $1,200
been visiting his parents and relatives who has not been heard from for about at E ugene A. S herwin ’ s drug store.
H. B. Brownrigg of Van Buren, Ark., in this vicinity for a month, left Monday five months. He started for Diamond The old reliable— The Weekly Oregonian.
BUlouenea*. sour stomach, constlpa-
in Ashland last week en route to en route to Yuma, Arizona. He has lake the first of July with two horses
fceu au<l all liver ilia are cured by
Prof. Da}- Parker, who disappeared last
Klamath county. He is looking for a been at Burns, Harney county, lately and tbe last heard from him was near June and it was presume 1 had gone to
location for seven families.
Alaska, has been heard from at Cork,
Alaska and all points west of the Rocky road.
Ireland, by his father. lie writes that
The non-irritating cathartic. Price
Attorney E. H. Murray of Yreka, was he and a former school mate shipped
Scania ef all druggist* or by mall ot
Joseph Sands suffered the loss of $4.75 at Gold Hill last week on legal business front San Francisco on a sailing schooner
J. Uwd * Co., Lowell, Maa*.
from the till of the McDade coffee house for Dr. H. H. Shaw and T. F. Blake cf I | and has been doing the sea for a change.
MUNSON—NUTT—At Granta Pass, , near depot Monday morning about San Franctso, who have bought 60 acres
Nov. 27, 1900, Manuel Munson and 1 o’clock. He had a night run of custom of placer ground from J. A. Fitzgibbons
Miss Belle Nutt.
and while washing the dishes a sneak near Rock Point for $5000. Chris Russ is
SMITH—LAYTON—On Applegate, at . thief entered the front room and lifted in charge and a No. 2 giant and hydraulic
pipe is being put in place.
the residence of J. T. Layton, Nov. the till of its entire contents.
V alley R ecobo jib printing office.
27,1900, by Rev. Hoxie, C. E. Smith i
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve will quickly
Nothing but a local
and Miss Ella M. Layton.
heal tbe worst burns and scalds and not
remedy or change of
leave a scar. It can be applied to cuts and
BROWN—BEAN—In Medford. Nov.
ch tn ate will cure it.
raw surfaces with prompt and soothing ef
28, 1900, at residence of J. R. Harden,
Get a well - known
feet. Use it for piles and skin disease«.
Miss Etta M. Brown and Pearl Bean,
Beware of worthless counterfiets. E. A
by Justice James Stewart.
; S hebwin .
’ Prof. B. J. Dillon, a mind reader and
(¡Ricura Soa$; i
lecturer whose, antics were written up
by our Central Point correspondent
It is quickly absorb-
MOORE—At Medford, Nov. 3, 1900,
last week, was committed to the insane
ad. Gives relief at once. Opens and
to Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Moore, a daugh
asylum from Linn county. On a Friday
cleanses the Na»al Passages. Allays In
night be jumped from the second story
flammation. Heals and protects tbe Mem
window of a Harrisburg hotel and said
brane. Restores tbe senses of Taste and PATRICK—At Central Point,
some one was trying to kill him.
19,1900, to Mr, and Mrs. B. Patrick, a
bmell. No Cocaine, no Mercnry. no in
jurious Drug. Fui! size 50c, Trial 10c size
ONE NIGHT CURE
You have read of the cures bv Hood’s
•t Druggists or by mail.
Soak the hands thoroughly, on retiring, in
ELYBR0THER8. 56 Warren 8t.. N. Y,
fect confidence in Its merit. It will do a hot lather of C uticuba S oap . Dry, and
anoint freely with C cticuba ointment. the
creat skin cure and purest of emollients.
51d Piove* during the night For sow
CINCADE—At home of his daughter,
H. A. Lindsay is acting in the capacity I hands, itching, burning palms, and painful
Mrs. Perdue, Gold Hill, Nov. 28, 1900,
of local yardmaster in place of Wm. finger ends, this treatment is wonderful.
of cancer, R. W. Cincade, aged 80
White, who is now confined to tbe San
Francisco railroad hospital by a crippled
The intermant wm at Medford.
For the third of a century the
standard for strength and purity. It
makes the hot bread, hot biscuit,
cake and other pastry light, sweet
and excellent in every quality.
No other baking powder is
“just as good as Royal,” either in
strength, purity or wholesomeness.
Holiday Goods at Absolute Cost During December
■<A Fine Line of High Grade Goods
The active candidates for speaker of
the lower house are: Dr. J. XV. Smith,
ot Marion; L. B. Reeder, of Umatilla;
L. T. Harris, of Lane, and Geo. L.
Story, of Multnomah.
When you war.t prompt acting little pills
that never gripe use DeWitt’s Little Early
Risers. K. A. S herwin .
Jeffereon Riddle of Yainax was in
town over Sunday. He is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. James Riddle who took a con
spicuous part in main’ of the exciting in*
cidents of the Modoc war. His mother,
Winema, showed great heroism as a
peace-tnaker between the whites and the
Indians and her deeds are duly immor
talized in a book written by Col. • Mea
cham. To her he was indebted for the
safety of his life on one occasion.—Klam
ath Falls Republican.
R. N. NASON’S PAINT!
Stonide Floor Paint, - -
National Wagon Paint,
Continental Household Paint, and CEMENTICO. “
’*aEBB^FRUIT BOXES ANO MILL WORK
YOU ARE NEEDING A
“ I am a saloon-keeper, and used to think
that rock and rye, or whiskey and quinine
were proper rem
edies for coughs,
and colds. Most
of my aequaint-
ances were of the
Now I know
it thousand times
better. It is Acker’s
English Remedy for
Coughs and Colds. A
good while ago I began
to cough and found out *
then that rock and rye
was no good. I got worse
and I was beginning to think that the trou
ble would run into consumption. I didn't
take any stock in patent medicines, but
somehow or other I tried Acker’s English 1
Remedy. One bottle did the business for [
me—knocked that cough out completely— i
and it has never come back again. There is j
never a day passes that I don’t say a good
word about this wonderful medicine. I al
most forgot to say that I am stronger and
fleshier now, since taking the remedy, than
I was before the cough began. I write this
letter voluntarily and cheerfully and am
glad to do it." (Signed) C hris . H umble ,
Saloon-keeper, Pocatello, Idaho.
Sold at 25c.. 50c. and $1 a bottle, throughout
the United States and Canada; and in Eng
land, at Is. 2d., 2s. 3d., 4s. 6d. If you arenot
satisfied after buying, return the bottle to
your druggist, and get your money back.
We authorize the above guarantee.
IF. B. BOOKER & CO., Broprietore, A’ew ForAfe
call and get prices before buying.
J. P. DODGE
Opera House Furaitaro Store
rÖÜH HTEHT ng
W. J. VIRGIN & CO., PROP’S
H. S. EVANS,ASHLAND'OB
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Opp. 1.0. O. F. Hall,
WALL RARER, C3-3L7YSS. ETO.
B uilding P arses , W bap rise P apkes and T wines . ARTISTS’ MATERIALS.
MUSEUM OF. AN ATONY
The Largest Anatomical Museum la the
World. Weakncases or any contracted
disease positively cwrexl by the oldest
Specialist on the Coast. Est 36 years.
DR. JORBAN-DISEASES OF MEN
SYPHILIS thoroughly eradicated
from system without the use ofBarmwg,
Trass«« fitted by an Expert ■ «4i-
eal care for Baptmr«. A quick and
radical cure for Pile«« Fisamra tad
F ¡«liaise. by Dr. Jordan’s special pain
Consultation free and strictly private. Treatment per
sonally or by letter. A Poeitive Cure in every case
undertaken. V'nte for Book. PHILOSOPHY of
MinniAlE. MAILED FELL. fA valuable book
for men.) Call or write
DR. JORDAN & CO., 1051 Market St. S. F.
Alturas Plaindealer: Henry Jackson,
a wealthy Yainax Indian has been visit
ing this section. He takes a deep in
terest in the welfare of the Pitt Rivers
and is assisting them in their efforts to
secure a school for the education of their
105111ELET ST., 841F WCUC9, C1L
A shland H ouse
N. BOURGEOIS, PROPRIETOR
RATES, $1.00 PER DAY
Located in the Heart of the City