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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1902)
J. K. VAN SANT
ASHLAND, OREGON. NO. 5747.
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
We solicit your account and will give your business
prompt, accurate and contideraU attention.
JOHN S. SHOOK, J. K. VAN SANT, L. L. MULIT,
C. H. VAUPEL, E. A. SHERWIN.
Cor. Oak and .Vain Sts.
MITCHELL BROS. & REAVIS,
Thos. V. Cater la a Reno Wedding.
Thoe. V. Gator, the able campaigner,
who is well-known in Jackson county,
having finished up the successful cam
paigns of the people’s party in the years
1894 and 1896, was married Saturday at
Reno, Nev., to Mrs. Grace Reid of Mor
gan Hill, Cal., the ceremony being per
formed by Rev. Mr. Driver.
Mr. Gator was divorced from his sec
ond wife last January, after a marriage
of 12 years. His new bride was also di
vorced from her husband, F. 0. Reid, in
the same month.
Lowe’s Madison Square Theatre Co.
will open a week’s engagement at the
opera house commencing Monday, April
21st, with “A Mountain Waif”. A new
play each night. Admission 10, 2i) and
Reserved seats now on sale at opera
house. The company is well spokeu of.
’Phone No., Main 376.
New Barn, < New Rigs, <
N RAILROAD CIRCLES.
Special attention to Commercial men. Rates reasonable
Southern Oregon Oil Company
Fireman Roy Driscoll and bride _ re
turned from Portland Saturday morning.
Ex-Conductor W. F. Farrier has a po
sition as brakeman on the San Pedro,
Los Angeles & Salt Lake R. R- construc
tion train running out of Los Angeles.
Engineer Chas. Silsby brought over his
daughter, Esther, Friday to visit Ashland
A Limited Amount of Stock will be offered for 15 cents
for a short time,
but will be advanced or withdrawn from the market
Southern Oregon Oil Company
ASHLAND. O b .. Thursday. April 17. 1902
Two 80-pound turtles were captured
In Ban Francisoo bay, opposite Fort
Mason, by Steve Vecini, an Olympic
dub oarsman, and a companion, who
Ka4 much difficulty in getting the rep-:
tUoe into their boat.
Andrew B. MoCreery, a wealthy resi
dent of San Francisco, has notified
Mayor Schmitz of that city that $25,000
has been deposited with a trust company
to be used for the establishin of a
branch of the Free Publio Library, the
location to bo celeoted by the mayor,
supervisors and trustees of the library.
J)R. 8. T. SONGER
Physician and Surgeon.
Novelty Bloca, Opp. Hotel Oregon
p M. BROWER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
At Residence, intersection of Mechanic,
Laurel and Main Streets.
HINMAN, D. D. S,
In the Pioneer Block, up stairs, near
-g A. SHERWIN,
U L. McWILLIAMS,
Will practice in State and Federal courts
KW“ Ofice, Reeser bl’k, over Western
Union telegraph office.
W. a. F4TBICK
A. PATRICK & SON,
A bstracts , R eal E state ,
I nsurance , C onveyancing
Upstairs, Room 2, Pioneer Block.
’Phene No. 241.
J A. McCALL
Civil Engineer and
Surveys for Paten»» and Mining Loes
Address Ashland, Or.
lions a specialty.
at residence. South Main 8 tree
ltraxmn* bblibf conn ■•. 24
Meet« tn Odd Fellow« bail si 2 o’cu-ck p
K on the second and fourth Katurdsva of
M bs . J. D. < " bocksb , Pre».
Mas. M I. B pence r, Sec'v.
GRAN ITR LODGE. NO. 23, Knights of
5'thia*, Ashland. Oregon, meets every
onday evening. Visiting Knights in rood
etanding are cordially invited to attend.
L. E. BENDER, Cbsnoehor Com.
T. F. KsasBaw, K. K. S.
The Qty at Lost Begins the Work.
CECIL RHODES AT RE8T.
Funeral Service Held Amid Plotareeuae
ABnid an immense throng of soldiers,
»▼mans and natives the body of Cecil
Rhodas was committed to its rooky
tomb in the Matoppo hills, says a Bula
wayo (Matabeleland) dispatch. The
coffin was shrouded in a union jack, and
the wreath sent by Queen Alexandra
was laid upon it as it was lowered Into
the grave. Twelve oxen hauled the
coffin to the almost inaooessible summit
of the kopje, where the Chiefs Shembli,
Faku and Um gala and 2,000 natives as
sembled to see the Christian interment
rites, which they afterward supple
mented in their own fashion by the
sacrifice of 15 oxen to the shade of the
great chief. The bishop of Mashona-
land, who conducted the service, said:
"I consecrate this place forever. Here
he thought, here he lived and died for
After the bishop of Mashonaland had
read impressively the poem written for
Paymaster Anthony was on Sunday's
passenger with the railroad
north bound passengei
company’s golden chai riot. It paid out
Conductor Louis Hilty is at Tuscan
Springs, near lied Bluff, giving nature a
chance to extract the rheumatism from
Conductor L. L. Riley has taken
charge of the steam shovel near Edge
wood and Conductor Omar W. Long is
again working out of Ashland.
Brakemon E. H. Wallace leaves to
night for the railroad hospital at Port
land for treatment.
Brakeman Tom Searles of Ashland has
exchanged rights with Switchman J. A.
Guindon of Dunsmuir and the transfer
takes place this week.
Frank O’Neil, the Northern Pacific
traveling passenger agent, was doing
business in Ashland yesterday.
Manager Kohler, Supt L. R. Fields
and Master Mechanic T. W. Younger
were out this week on the monthly in
spection of the road.
Mrs. G. E. Blew, accompanied by her
husband, Conductor Ed. Blew, departed
for Portland this morning Mrs. Blew’s
recent illness has changed for the worse
and she will enter the St. Vincent hos
pital for further medical treatment.—
Monday’s Roseburg Review. Mrs. Blew
underwent an operation Tuesday.
Brakeman V. D. Rice is visiting rela
tives in the east.
Roadmaster Burkhalter was here yes
The fourth term began April 14. Sev
eral new classes have been formed and
all work is progressing nicely.
Miss Eva Tuttle, recently from Wis
consin, left Tuesday to take charge of a
six months school at Trail. She expect«
to return in September and complete the
Prof. Guthrie, a member of the Ash
land council, visited the normal Monday
morning ana gave an interesting talk.
The Excelsior and the Bellview liter-
arv societies will give their regular pro
gram on Friday afternoon of this week.
The elocution class held a preliminary
contest in the chapel last Saturday.
Those selected to contest fq^the gold
medal were: Miss Lou GruBb; Donna
Bell, Mayme McWilliams, Lucy George
and Messrs. Clyde Briggs and Walter Me
G. W. Jones of the Oregon Teachers’
Monthly, visited the normal .Tuesday.
The socialist party, which has a county
and state ticket out in Oregon this vear,
expects to do some campaigning in Jack-
son county, aiming to cast considerable
of a vote on their legislative ticket. They
expect two speakers of National rep
utation who are now on the Pacific
coast. One is Rev. J. Stitt Wilson,
whom we learn has been arranged with,
and there is correspondence being had
with Prof Walter Thomas Mills, whois
now in San Francisco. Both are brilliant
speakers and will be able to enlighten
tneir hearers from the socialist stand
It is reported that Darwin H. Hawk
ins, prohibition party candidate for state
senator, has taken offence at some mat
ters relative, to his support by some of
the prohibitionists of Ashland and rather
than go into the campaign handicapped
The Long-Expected Forward Movement has tendered his resignation to the coun
ty central committee.
Chas. A. Fitch now of Chehalis, Wash.,
H. 8. Sanford, resident manager of the and fusion populist candidate for state
Shorty-Hope Mining Co., has received printer in 1898, passed through Friday
orders from the New York stockholders for Lakeview to edit the Rustler during
and directors to proceed with the devel the campaign. Dr. Bernard Daly is run
opment of the property and on Monday ning for county judge on the democratic
put a force of five men at work under ticket.
the foremanship of T. W. Hill. For two
The more the people study the consti
weeks they will be engaged in cleaning
out the ditch, repairing storm damages, tutional initiative and referendum
amendment the more they are impressed
and repairing tunnels, etc.
After this work is completed work will with its wisdom. It simply places in
begin driving a 750 foot drift tunnel in their hands the power to initiate or to
on ledge, which will give them 110 feet veto legislation that they desire to op
of stoping ground and de water the mine. pose. The power may not be used once
This work is to begin on the Northwest in five years but the possession of it will
ern Extension of the property, on en be a check upon legislators.
tirely new ground 750 fee« north of the
John E. Lathrop, one of the bright
Shorty shaft and driven toward the newspaper men of the East Oregonian
Shorty It is predicted that they will staff, has been appointed press age t of
the democratic state central committee
strike the pay chute in 20 feet.
The Shorty-Hope has been a great pro and will formulate the campaign docu
ducer and realized the owners a hand ments and give out the news to reporters.
some return on the investment. The
owners for some reason have delayed
the matter of doing more extensive de
The L. O T. M. gave a box social last
velopment work and the property ha8
been idle for two years. The present evening that produced $51 from sale of
forward movement has been expected all boxes The program consisted of a pi
this time and Mr. Sanford thinks from ano solo by Miss Hargrove and Mrs. A.
the orders he is receiving that the prop Hinman, a vocal solo by Miss Mavmie
erty will now be worked as it should be. McWilliams, a farce by Mesdames Julia
There is a 10-stamp mill and other Evans. Mrs M. J Coolidge, H. L. White,
equipment on the property, and every Frank Nelson, Wm Fox, mandolin,
thing is favorable for its active operation guitar and ba1 jo selections by Shroeder,
Jordan and McCall. Dancing continued
The mine is three miles from Ashland.
until two o’clock.
DIED TO 8XVE BIS DOG.
Often are stories heard of dogs who
have sacrificed life for their masters but
less often does the master make such a
sacrifice for his dog. Yet this is the
story of the death of Thomas Holloway
who was buried at Chico on Sunday by
the lodge of Masons to which he belonged.
Holloway was a young man who has
been employed by the railroad at con
struction work. A week ago Sunday he
was walking across a trestle just below
Dunsmuir with his dog when he saw an
engine approaching swiftly. Holloway
stepped out on the end of a cross piece m
safety Then he saw his dog remaining
on the track and knew he would be killed.
Holloway bravely sprang back upon the
track, seized the dog and leaped for his
jlace of refuge. The brave fellow missed
lie footing and fell headlong to the rockj'
creek bed twenty-five feet below His
skull was crushed. He was carried to
the Sacramento hospital but he never re
gained consciousness and died on Satur
day None of his relatives could be lo
OIL POM PAW Mb ETING.
Eadies’ Furnishings, Dry Goods, Gents’ furtusi mgs, Retiens, etc.
On Main Street
NEW STORE, NEW GOODS,
Ashland House Block
Come and see •«. ire will pleaiie, and you can tell -rerybody ;
SKINNER & SON v
If you wish to buy or have anything to sell I want to see you,
fifty - seventh
mio, Gold Hill, Or
C. F. LOOMIS, at Record Office.
The Chinese exclusion bill was passed
by the house by a viva voce voce. Thu
bill practically re-enacts the existing ex
clusion laws and incorporates with them
the existing treaty regulations. It ex
tends these exclusion laws to the Phil
ippines and the other possessions of the
United States, aud forbids Chinese
labor in our colonial possessions ooming
into this country. It is also provided
that no vessel under Amerioan register
shall employ Chinese crews in voyages
terminating at an American port.
YOU WANT HARNESS
Saddlery Goods, Carriage trimmings,
NEW LINE OF SINGl E HARNESS, in fact.anything
in Harnese, Saddlery or Fuintehing,
H. W. ANDREWS
A vigorous protest was made in the <
senate by Cullom of Illinois, chairman
of the committee on foreign relations,
against the passage of the Chinese ex- •
elusion bill in its present form, as being '
in contravention of our treaty oblig»- ■
tious with China. Patterson of Colo- '
radoand Perkins of California supported •
the pending bill. The exclusion bill, as '
passed by the house, was referred to the 1
committee on immigration.
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In the house the bill to protect game
and fish in Alaska was passed. The i * WALKOVER,
) Leading Brands ( MOTTER WELT,
house then weut'iuto oommittee of the j t MONITOR,
? RO'ENTHAL, FEEDER &
whole for the consideration of the J GOODYEAR WELT, )
( BUCKINGHAM & HECHT.
Cuban reciprocity bill. Payne, in order +
to tide Cuba over the present orisis, |
4th St., near Depot, Ashland, Or.
King* Proprietor ■ • > •
favored a 20 per cent reduction on sugar.
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Newlauds of Nevada spoke against ths
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BOOTS and SHOES
In the senate Senator Gallinger of
New Hampshire attacked the Chinese
exclusion bill, aud said it was "narrow,
bigoted and indefensible." Dillingham
of Vermont also opposed the bill, while
Turner of Washington supported it.
In the house William A. Smith of
Michigan aud Morris of Minnesota, both
Republicans, spoke agaiust the Cuban
reciprocity bill, as did Ball (D.) of Texas
aud Sparkmau (D.) of Florida. Mondell
of Wyoming advocated its passage.
In the senate, duriug the discussion of
Depew’s amendment to the resolution to
provide for the eleot on of senators by
the people, Depew was severe iu his
comments upon the methods practiced
iu Mississippi and other southern states,
resulting in the disfranchisemeut of in
telligent uegroes, while ignorant whites
are permitted to vote. The remarks of
Depew resulted in a lively interchange
of personalities between him and several
southern senators. The exolusion bill
was then considered.
The house, iu committee of the whole,
resumed consideration of the Cuban
J.JS. McNair attended the opening of
The remains of Bel'a Fitzgerald passed
thé Southern Oregon Presbytery at Med- through Ashland Monday en route for'
Vancouver, "ash., where the father,
Washington, April 15.—Senator Mitch Peter Fitzgerald, and sister, Miss Clara J
ell today introduced a bill to create the accompanied the remains for burial along
Crater Lake National Park, the same bill side her mother in the Catholic cemetery
introduced by Congressman Tongue and Tuesday afternoon. She was to have
taken this same train with her sister for
favorably reported in the house. •
a visit at their former home in Portland
the occasion by Rudyard Kipling, So-
Take your prescriptions to McNair and Vancouver. The young lady wss 18
kombo, the great iuduna and orator of
Bros. They have a large stock of drugs years old and had returned the same af
the Matabele, made a speech, in which
and chemicals and can supply your wants ternoon (Friday) to Dunsmuir from SaD
he said: "Both Cecil Rhodes and Um-
at a reasonable price.
Francisco where she had been attending
siligazi, the founder of the Matabele
school and studying the profession of
nation, are buried on the Motoppo hills,
O. viarks, of Ashla' d are visiting with pharmacy.
and the Matabele now consider the
The Dunsmuir News gives this account
relatives and friends. Before leavn g for
spirit of Umsiligazi is with that of Cecil
home the former will bid adieu to his of her return home and sad death:
In the senate, during the discussion of
Soon after readhih'g the station yester
father, A. C. Marks, who departs on a
second journey to Alaska about the 20th day she immediately sought her father the Chines exclusion bill, the speeches
and sister, whom she found at George made were in tavor of the measure,
of this month..
Engwicht’s Then she and Clara met a with modifications of some of the more
If you want the best photos and latest few friends and went home.
The Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, the
styles that can be made in Ashland go to
Afternoon they went to Upper Soda
noted Presbyterian minister, died re-
The house passed the bill granting a
Springs, and on returning Miss Fitzger
cently at his residence in Washington.
pension to the widow of President Mc
Mrs. J. 8. McNair returns from the
He was the youngest of-1$ children, and
Kinley of $5,000 a year. It had previ
N. J., Jaa. and neat looking girl of the petite tvpe, Portland hospital next week. Her sis across the Sacramento for years and said ously passed the senate, and now goes to
was bsrn at Bound Brook,
blond or dark, of good moral character ter Mrs. Gov. Brady of Alaska, accom we will walk over it. Clara begged her
sister not to attempt it. However, Belle the president for signature.
Object, matrimony. I am of middle age, panies her to Ashland.
A Columbia (S. C.) dispatch an- good character, jolly disposition, sober,
started across, and on reaching midway
Garden and spray hose all prices. W. her foot elipped and she fell into the
Bounces the death of General Wade other hab ts moderate, fair financial
N. Grubb & Co.
raging cold water, which carried her
Hampton, aged 84. He died from valv- standing and a man of good profession.
No housekeeping, etc. Must be willing
Mrs. Geo. W. Trefren and children quickly down stream, over boulders and
The senate has confirmed Indian
ular disease of the heart.
to reside later on permanently m San are home again from southern Califor other obstructions. Mrs. Oley Trammel, Agents Albert M. Anderson of the Col
Rev. Dr. Horatio Stebbins, one of the Francisco. Photo in first letter neces nia.
who lives just below from where the un ville agency, Washington, and Herman
foremost Unitarians in Amenoa, and for sary. References as to my habits and
fortunate girl fell into the water noticed G. Nickerson of the Shoshone agency.
more than 35 years pastor of the First character furnished. All correspondence
tomorrow. He is en route to Versailles, Clara running along the banks perfectly Wyoming.
Unitarian church of San Francisoo, died secret. Address, Editor alley Record, Mo.
frantic, and soon learned the cause. She
Robert J. Wayne, the Washington
noticed three men near the « ater and as
reoently at his home in Cambridge, A. B. No. 12, Ashland Oregon.
Wall paper, mattings, lacecurtains and the body floated past, implored them— correspondent of the New York Press,
Mass., at the age of 79.
Mining has proved itself the most portiers at Gurnea’s 4th street dry goods offering money if they would rescue her; was offered and has accepted the office
but, alas! they were untouched, unmoved. of first assistant postmaster-general. He
legitimate of industries. All the money store.
Rest Way To Cure Backache
that the world possesses has come from
Chas. Rhodes, the slayer of Chas. As the victim was carried down by the has been in Washington more than a
Backaches are caused by disorder in the mines. Hence, as a western writer Sears at Henley over the favors of a lewd cruel current, Mr. Laruche, who is stop
the kidneys. Foley’s Kidney Cure will points out, no work is more honorable woman, was in Ashland this week, hav ping at the Mt. Shasta hate), though quarter of a century. He was born in
make the kidneys right. Take no sub or legitimate than mining. The dollar ing been discharged at the preliminary having but one leg, did all he could to New York city in 1851.
stitute.—T. K. Bolton.
The secretary of war has directed the
that the mi> er wrenches from the stub examination before Justice Francis at secure assistance to recover the young
born rock is a new creation. It belonged Klamathon for want of evidence. He woman, soon had Fred, a section hand sale of the transports Egoert and Rose
Here is your chance, 36 stamp photos to no other man; it does not lessen the lias agreed to leave that section, it is said. who was going along the track, to give crane, now at San Francisco, to th«
for 25 cents, at Camps’ photo studio.
his aid, which he quickly did, and suc
value of property that any man possesses.
Bert Barnes, the jeweler, has moved ceeded in snatching the almost lifeless highest bidder, in order to reduce trans
It commands recognition everywhere;
L P. Orr drug store on 4th body from the iey waters of the Sacra portation expenses.
its value is universally apparent
It from the
to the clothing store of A. 8. mento river. Resuscitation measures
sleeps in its matrix of darkness and street
Barnes on Main street where all work proved unavailing.
silence until the miner blasts down the that
has been left in bis hands will be
doors that lead to its chamber, and when found. Please call at Barnes’ clothing
Serious riots, of a distinctly socialistic
awakened it begins to assume its share of store
In the Harlem police court at New origin, have occurred in Brussels. The
the white as well as the b'ack man s
Yreka Journal: Eighteen carloads of York Francisco Gorgia, an aged Italian gendarmes and rioters have had fre
burden, and carries it on forevei .—Silver
for the Klamath Lake R. R. up Kla organ grinder, was fined $5 for beggiug. quent collisions, and many casualties
City (N. M.) Independent.
math river to the Oregon line, have been He pulled out a grimy old bag, and have resulted. The cause of the trouble
Gold Hill, Or.
President Roosevelt, since he became unloaded at Klamathon, also an immense from it, iu small change, took the is a demand on the part of the socialists
chief executive of the nation, has be- lot of ties. The company has also hired amount of his fine. Then he paid $5, for universal suffrage.
Mostly Furnished. oome one of the most heavily insured the Yreka R. R. locomotive No. 8.for also in small change, to his lawyer.
A Canton dispatch says the imperial
construction work, on the 15 miles al
meu iu the United States. The presi ready graded, with the grading work To the astonishment of the court at troops are powerless against the rebels
dent has taken out a policy for $50,000 progressing still further as rapidly as taches and others he produced a pack in Nau-Niug, a city in the province of
age containing $150 in bills and a bank
in one of the big New York life insur possible.
Kwang-Si. Trade is at a standstill, and
book on the Bank of Rome, Italy, show
ance companies, besides contiuuiug pol
the m.ssionaries have been ordered to
icies for smaller amounts which he had . The Saxman property, east side if for ing that he had $12,000 oadeposit there. leave the districts held by the rebels. A
rent or for sale. Inquire at' McNair’s Gorgia, who is 60 years of age, says he
taken out long before he was elected drug store.
later dispatch from Hongkong states
Will retire from “business." He thinks
governor of New York. Roosevelt’s
that the rebels have captured several
policies, it is understood, exceed by
joint representative for Jackson and also volunteered the information that towns and made prisoners of the local
F or J oint R epresentative —
$15,000 or $20,000 those held by Mc Douglas counties, was in town Tuesday.
he recently gave his daughter $2,000 as
Kinley at the tune of the latter’s osassi-
DR. D. M. BROWER,
My stock of spring goods in ladies and a wedding present.
nation. Mrs. McKinley was paid about
Iu the federal court at Spokane,
$60,000 on policies on her husband’s life. gents fine foot ware lias arrived a» d is
A cable to the New York World from Wash., Captain J. de Vries of the tramp
now in stock. Ladies slippers in white,
Alberto Santos-Dumont, builder and at low prices. Gents shoes in all latest Wantage, England, says that Richard steamer Wilhelmina entered a plea of
navigator of air ships, who is at present styles and makes. All up-to-date goods. Croker has become lord of the manor of nolle contendere to the charge of having
Wantage by purchase for $75,000. Norn- i smuggled three Chinese into this coun
For Industrial Freedom vs. Corporato in this oouutry, during an interview at Queen Shoe Store. W. King.
New York, said: "I hope to see New
The editor of the Fordville, Ky., Mis inally, though not actually, he enjoys try at Port Townsend. Judge Hanford
York the prmcip.il airport of the world cellaneous, writes as a postscript to a certain feudal privileges and rights for fined him the highest amount allowed
before I pass away. I have uo doubt business letter: “I was cured of kidney merly coming direct from the crown. by law, $590 for each of the three Chi
F or A ssessor —
that in my time, perhaps ten years, if I trouble by taking Foley’s Kidney Cure.’’ However, the possession of this position nese, but did not add a prison sentenoe.
makes him quite a personage, coming
the proper encouragement and help, Take nothing else.—T. K. Bolton
The police raided the rooms of the
WILBUR A. JONES,
aerial navigation will be an accom
Mrs. Shepsrd R. Bucey, wife of the next after Lord Wantage in local im Royal Social olub, in the rear of the
of Pooh Bah.
plished fact. I have no doubt that I will assistant cashier of the American Na
Cafe Royal at Fourth and Market
live to see passengers transported by tional baukat Everett, Wash., murdered ni d by his father's secretary, Mr. streets, San Francisco, and sent 118
airship« across the Atlanuo from New her husband without a word of warn
prisoners in patrol wagons to the Hall
York to Paris.”
ing, and as he fell to the floor with two Irish creameries, with a view to work of Justice, The proprietors and the
wounds in the back of his head, she
F or R epresentative —
others were charged with violating the
$IOO Reward. $1OO
turned the revolver upon her httle son ore modeled on the Danish, which are anti-gambling ordinance, and were re
The readers of this paper will be Eugene, aged 4 years, and blew out
leased on bail.
pleased to know that there is at least one his brains. The desperate woman then
Miss Selma Kingsbury, who up til)
dreaded disease that science has been shot herself in the head and shortly
able to cure in all its stages and that is
Another ridiculous food fad has been recently had been employed as night
ter ward d.ed. When Elizabeth Mc
Catarrh Hall’s < atarrh Cure is the only
bra ded by the most competent authori operator in a San Francisco telephone
positive cure now known to the medical Nulty, the servant girl, rushed into the ties. They have dispelled the sidy no office, was committed to the state in
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitu room the entire family save the little tion that one kind of food is needed f r sane asylum at Steilacoom, Wash. She
F or R epresentative —
tional disease, requires constitutional baby, only 11 months old, lay in * heap brain, another for muscle«, and sti I is not more than 23 years of age, and
treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken on the floor The woman’s mind, prior another for t-onee A correct diet will in her delusion came to Seattle to
CLINT E. STEWART,
internally, acting directly upon the blood to the trageiy, was known to be af riot only nourish a particular part of th*-
and mucuo9 surfaces of the system, fected. Mrs. Bucey, who was 25 years body, but it will sustain every other escape friends who were trying to mur
of Pooh Bah.
thereby destroying the foundation of the of age, was formerly Miss Millie Hale D.rt. Yet, however good vour food ma» der her. It was stated that the con
disease, and giving the patient strength of Vancouver, B. O. Buoey was a native be. i'S nutrimeut is destroyed by indi dition of the girl’s mind was entirely
by building up the constitution and as
gestion or dyspepsia You must pre due to nervousness brought on by night
sisting nature in doing its work. The of Wi soon sin His father is a minister 4>a-e for their appearance or prevent work, in which she had been engaged
proprietors have so much faith in its at Madison, in that state.
heir co r.ing by taking regular dooes of for the last three years, and that it was
F or R epresentative —,
curative powers, that they offer one
B. Presson, Pressonville, Kan., writes: Green’s August Flower, the favorirt- likely that in a few months, with care
Hundred Dollars for any case that it "Nothing like Foley’s Honev and Tar" medicine of the healthy millions. A few ful treatment, she would recover.
ohn d olwell
fails to cura. Send for list of testimoni is the universal verdict of all" who have doses aids digeeti n, stimulates the liver
V. B. Conklin, Bowersville, 0., says:
used it. Especially has this been true of to healthy action, purifies the blood, and
of Central Point.
F. J CHENEY A Co., Toledo, 0.
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coughs accompanying la grippe. Not a makes ton feel bu-rvaut and vigorous. “1 received
Sold by druggists, 75c.
months of treat-
single bottle failed to give relief.—T. K. You can get Dr. G. G. Green’s reliable F"
Hall’s Family Pills are ths best.
BM.nl by physicians.’’—T. K. Bolton.
remedies at T. K. B olton ’ s .
The Valley Hotel
~ The Bargain Store
That I have some Fine City Residences, Orchards, Timber
11 I PIIK IT■ I Lan<^’ Farms, Building l ots, Suburban Tracts, Etc. for Sale.
* 1 UllUJjl Stock of Groceries, Stock of Boots and Shoes. Houses to Rent
To the stockholders of the Southern
Oregon Oil Company.
You are hereby notified that there will
be a stock holders meeting on the 1st day
of May, 1902, at 2 o’clock p. m , at the
city hall, for the purpose of discussing
ways and means to continue work on the
iiresent well which is now down 1830
eet and at present in a first class oil for
mation of white pebble sand stone.
Three speeches were made in the sen
The directors have information that
strongly induces them to endeavor to go ate agaiust the Chinese exolusion bill in
its present form, D*lliugham of Ver-
down to a depth of 3000 feet.
mout, Stewart of Nevada and Hoar of
By order of Board of Directors.
Massachusetts stating their objections
FE\1 HEK«»T«»NK FOUND GUILTY . to the bill.
State vs. Thos. Featherstone, charged
Iu the house Grosvenor of Michigan
with burglarizing J. Nunan’s store at spoke in favor of the Cuban reciprocity
Jacksonville, was tried Tuesday, consum bill, while Weeks of Michigan opposed
ing just one day The jury without hesi the measure. Lawrence of Massachu
tation found him guilty. Featherstone
and his pal, Mike Reed, broke jail some setts supported the bill on the ground
time ago and Featherstone was recapt that the United States owed a moral
ured and brought back from Eureka, Cal. obligation to graut this relief to Cuba.
DROWNING OF BELLA F1TZGEK-
The Bargain Store
SKINNER & SON
Mills In Jackson County
Councilman W. P. Powell was at city
hall this morning puttiig the city at
torney in action m the matter of collect
ing the money from the proceedings had
in the supreme court decisions against
the several violations of Anti-Saloon or
dinances. The fines and court costs are
$233.48 against Houck & Dame, $183.48
against H. Salomon; about $100 against.
W m. Sonnickson and about $125 against
V. C. Lewis.
The majority of the council will likely
proceed and collect the amounts in a
business like manner and brush aside
the obstructions in their path.
They have been given until 4 o’clock
There will be a meeting of the citizens
at city hall at 8 o’clock Saturday even this afternoon to pay up or suffer the
ing to discuss the proposed sewer'system. penalty.
SHORTY HOPE STARS UP
NADISON SQUARE THEATRE CO.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALES
4th Street, near Depot.
HAWKINS TO WITHDRAW
TO COLLECT FINES, ETC
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DIVORCED AND MARRIED.
IN THE PHILIPPINES.
SCHOOL FIJM> APPORTIONMENT.
Supt P. H. Daily lias made the April
Major Lyttleton W. T. Waller of the apportionment of school fui ds, which
Marine corps has been acquitted of the amounts
capita. There —
charges against him, says a Manila dis- 5,H4 school children in Jackson county
patch. By a vote of 11 to 2 the oourt niaki'g
--------- to be
a total aniou* t of * $15,342
martial, composed of army and Marine apportioned to the different schools of
corps officers, held that in killing 11 the county.
Owing to a change in the school law,
natives of Samar last January without
trial he was acting in accordance with the school funds of the county are ap
the rules ot war. the orders of his supe- : portioned twice a year, April and Octo-
l>er. The $50 bonus is apportioned in
rior and the military necessities of the October and applied to the fund for the
situation. It is expected that General coming school year.
Jacob H. Smith, who commanded the
Below is given the number of the dis
department, will be brought to trial for trict, the number of children and the
giving the orders under which Major amount apportioned to each district.
Waller acted. General Smith was re DIST PUP. AMT AP. DIST PUP. AMT AP.
cently transferred from the Philippines 1
to the command of the department of 3
Texas at San Antonio.
. 5 7
The total number of cholera cases in 9
Manila up to April 18 was 245, while 11
there have been 192 death from the dis- 13
rase. Iu the provinces there have been 15
418 cases aud 318 deaths.
The merchants of Lagoncy, in South 21
Oamarines province, Luzon, have sent a 23
cable message to General Chaffee, pray 25
ing that the American troops be not 27
withdrawn from Lagoncy. The mer 29
chants declare they are unanimously of 31
the opinion that if they are deprived of 33
the protection of the military they will 37
become victims of the lawless element 39
at the cost of their lives aud property. .41
CRIMES AND ACCIDENTS.
In a battle between a sheriff’s posse 49
and outlaws in Scott county, Va., five 51
men, all members of the sheriff’s posse, :53
were killed, two other posse men were 55
wounded, and Jim Wright, an escaped 57
Hancock county (Tenn.) murderer, was 59
wounded and captured. All the other 63
Thomas A. Sutton, a prospector and 68
sngineer of Redding, Cal., was thrown 70
from a Pittsburg and Western railroad 72
train while walking from a day ooach 74
to the smoking oar. His bo iy was 78
pulled out from a small creek near Pitts 81
burg. His skull was fractured, and 83
death must have been instantaneous.
Miss Carrie M. Jeunett, 22 years of
age, who would have become a mother
in a few mouths, was brutally mur
dered on Thirteenth street, Detroit,
about midnight, while on her way home
Buckman & Sorensen
from a meeting she had been attending.
Professor J. M. Miller, aged 47, a music
teacher, and a married man with a
family, was arrested on suspicion of
A S treet N ear 4 th .
having murdered the girl, and afterward
confessed to the crime. He was Miss
(Mra. Bush’s old stand.)
Jenuett’s music teacher, and was re
sponsible for her condition
arraigned in the recorder’s oourt, pladed
guilty to the charge of murdering Miss
Jenuett with a hatchet, and 72 hours Thoroughly Renovated.
after he committed the crime he was in
Jackson prison, sentenced to spend the Everything Neal and Clean.
rest of his life there at hard labor.
The Frank Tanniug company of Red
wood City, Cal., in order to avoid a
strike of its hite workmen, discharged
ts Filipino employees. For some time
previously the Filipinos had been taking
the places of white men.
An old Mexican woman, the wife of
Gabriel Snares, was run over and kil ed
by a Santa Fe passenger train, says a
Hanford (Or .) dispatch. Mrs. Snares
was at one time the wife of Joaquin
Marietta, th noted desperado who in
fested the San Joaquin valley some
Nineteen Chinese, in charge of Charles
F. Sturm, United States marshal for
the western district of New York, and
three deputy marshals, arrived in San
Francisco, where the Chinese, by reason
of their being illegally in the country,
were put on board the Gaelio and de
ported to China. Many Chinese are,
on dark nigb rs, smuggled across the St.
Lawrenoe ri er from Canadian to Amer
ican soil, where a ciose watch is kept
W. Mohawk, an Indian "medicine
man," was acquitted by a jury at San
Jose, Cal., of the charge of illegally
practicing hh> profession. Although the
defendant was not authorized by the
state board of medical examiners to
prescribe for the sick, yet he was able
to show, to the satisfaction of the jury,
that tho treaty existing between the
people of the United States and the In
dian tribes, allowing the Indians to sell
medicines prepared by them on their
premises, ex inpted him from liability
under the state law.
Thousands of eastern people will take
advantage of the cheap rates to the north
west in effect every day in March and
If you have any friends who might be
induced to come west, send me their
names, and I will have our representa--
lives look them up, furnish them with
advertising matter, reserve their berths
and see that they have a quick and com-
A. c. S heldon ,
BEST MEAL IN TOWN
Lunches Put Up for Travelers
Trains stop 30 minutes.
C. P. KISO,
REPAIRS of all kinds .
Shop and residence at Lull
placef Main St., Ashland.
Ashland & Klamath Falls
STAGE <■ LINE
Thorough!? Restocked and
Entirely New Managenient.
ROBERT M. GARRETT
Quickest Route to
Goes by Barron, Shake,
Soda Springs, Parkers and
Keno;also beat connections
wit stage lines from Klam
ath Fahe to Bonanza, Bly
and Lakeview, Ft. Klamath
and Indian Agency.
Hats! Yes, we have them, for men
and boys in all colors and shades and
< latest designs, at very low prices. Vau- 1’aaaeugera, Baggage, Express & Freight
Moat be Way billed.