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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1902)
E. A. SHERWIN
T. E. GODFREY DEAD
J. K. VAN SANT
LOGAN & RUSS
first national bank
Ashland To Day.
I T. E. Godfrey died in Portland yester-
, day morning, aged 53 years, 5 months
J and 23 dav3.
The body arrived in Ashland today
' and the funeral will take place from the
1 residence of F. H. Carter on Mountaiu
Avenue at 3 o’clock this afternoon, in
terment in Ashland cemetery.
Blood poisoning following an opera
tion for strangulated hernia was cause of
Well-Known Man Meets Death on Pokeg- Hot foot Game Tomorrow Between Ash
land and Yreka-Littie Shasta—import
ama Logging Road.
John Moore, son of Isaac Moore, was
killed at Pokegama logging camp, 30 , The 4th of July committee has suc-
OF ASHLAND, OREGON. NO. 5747.
miles east of Ashland, on Tuesday night, ] eeeded in arranging a splendid baseball
while engaged in switching
I game at the last moment for tomorrow,
DOES A GENERAL
He was employed as I brakeman
onithe , Ashland’s able players having already
night train crew hauling logs to the chute been assigned elsewhere or being crip
We solicit your account and will give your business
that puts them into the Klamath river pled, a battery from Willows, Cal.—
proinpi, accurate and coiaiderate attention.
about nine miles from the logging camp. Pitcher Arthur Somers, Catcher Miller
Bud. Inman of Talent was in the cab as and Wm. Hulin, a fine player from Sac
engineer and they began their work ramento—arrived yesterday to take the
about 6 o’clock p. in., taking a train load
of the missing ones.
JOHN S. SHOOK, J. K. VAN SANT, L. L. MULIT, States Day at Chautauqua. of logs down tq»the chute. On returning place
■ The Finest Line of Clothing ever shown
The Yreka-Little Shasta players are ■
to the loading station they were intend fine timber and a good game is expected.
C. H. VAUPEL, E. A. SHERWIN.
in Ashland will arrive about
to do some switching and in the
Saturday, July 12th has been selected ing
as States day. For many years there has dark suddenly and unexpectedly
Will Boom Things.
Cor. Oak anil Main Sts.
been a growing feeling among our people upon a logging car that was not ki mown
The Iowa Lumber Co., who bought the
that in some way there should be a way to be on the track by this crew7.
Brakeman Moore was riding in front of Beekman-Linn timber land three miles
provided so that the native sons and
daughters of the various states, residing the engine,(sitting on the place thrt back of Jacksonville, will erect two saw
in Southern Oregon, might know each would be called a cowcatcher on a regular mills with 60,000 feet per day capacity,
4tfr Streot, near Depot, Ashland, Oregon.
other better. So it has been planned engine)with his feet on the running extend the branch railroad and put in a
that many of the states will have head board from which he jumped on and off box factory, so Manager Williams re
quarters on the Chautnuqua grouuds on to turn the switch bars.
As the engine was about to collide
Saturday, July 12th. It is suggested
that each state represented have a with the empty logging car, the loading
KLAMATH LAKE R. R.
“basket dinner” and in the afternoon crew called out a warning to Brakeman
have a part on the general program, Moore, who attempted to jump off the
which will consist of music, stories, engine. It is believed the oily running Klamath Lake Railroad Company, had
mills IS THE TIME OF YEAR
speeches, etc. The following states have board caused his feet to slip and he did 500 posters printed at this office, adver
to clean up harness for summer
signified their intention of assisting in not clear, but fell in front of the engine, tising for 500 men to work on their new
I have a good line of Oils, Soaps
which doubled him up and rolled him
making the day a memorable one:
4th Street, near Depot.
’Phone No., Main 376.
along the track until the collision took which shows that they mean business
Indiana—J. K. Van Sant chairman.
and Harness Dressing which you need
and intend crowding the work along as
Henry Casey Dead.
Missouri—To be appointed.
to make them look like new—and if
When the body was taken out it was fast as possible. They have just received
Iowa—Mrs. Geo. R. Mathews secre
you are short on old harness to clean
Henry Casey, an old settler in this end
up, I can sell you new ones at reason
Wisconsin—Frank L. Findlay chair torn and his head was injured.
of the valley and a sturdy pioneer of
Justice of the Peace D. D. H. Yagar the company to haul rails, ties and sup California and Oregon, passed away Sun
Special attention to Commercial men. Rates reasonable
yesterday morning impaneled a coroner’s plies to the end of the road in its prog day after being confined to his grand
Illinois—C. B. Watson chairman.
New England—E. A. Sherwin chair jury and held an inquest over the re ress. New saw mills and box factories daughter’s home on First Avenue for
Manufacturer and Dealer in
will be erected at Lairds, to be in read many months with the infirmities of old Harness
M. A. Eddy brought the remains to iness to cut up the logs hauled on the age.
Ohio—Chairman to be appointed.
He was 85 years old and leaves a
The Southland—Mrs. Charles Chand Ashland last night and the funeral takes railroad from the company’s extensive daughter, Mrs. Ella Fenton, and five
Slace today, interment in Hargadine timber holdings along the Klamath grandchildren. One of these, Miss Le
river, both in this state and over the ona Spencer, it is believed, will inherit
HO! FOB NKWPOKT.
Other states and sections are invited to smeterv at 2 o’clock.
John Moore has been a resident of line in Oregon.
have representations and all persons in
his property, having taken dutiful care
southern Oregon and northern Califor this section for two years or more, com
Bailey of Texas Makes an Assault on Oregon’s Favorite Seaside Kesort.
of him in his infirm period.
nia are cordially invited to be present ing to Ashland from Iowa with his father
Mr. Casey prided himself upon his ag-
Beveridge of Indiana.
“Recognizing the advantage of New
and add to the pleasure of the day. A and familj' the last time that Isaac Moore
M. Brownrigg, of the Church of Christ [ noetic beliefs in matters of religion and
port as a summer resort over other sea
1----- as . being
banner will be presented to the state returned to this place after a second res will deliver a free lecture in the Pio- is
able to em
Texas assaulted Senator Beveridge side resorts in the Northwest, and to
A Limited Amount of Stock will be offered for 10 cents which has the largest numbor of native idence in Iowa. He was aged about 36 neer hall Lord’s Day July 6, 1902, at 3 ploy the bitterest and most scornful in of
Indiana last night just after the make it possible for all who desire to do
o’clock on the manuscripts written by fective in the English language with
born sons and daughters present on
adjourned from executive ses so to spend their vacation bj’ the ocean
Pilate, Caiaphus, Gamaliel, Jonathon, which to
that day as shown by its register. For having died several years ago.
meet and denounce what
waves, the Southern Pacific company, in
for a short time,
Hillel, what they know about Christ, considered the superstitions of religion? sion. The Texas senator was drag connection with the Corvallis A Eastern
manifest reasons Oregon will net be al
ged away and separated from his op railroad, will place on sale, effective June
his crucitiction and" resurreciton.
■ I T In
- his business dealings
’ he was strictly
lowed in the competition. A cordial in
Fourth of July Notes.
vitation is extended to you.
BaptistiChurch—Ronald Me Killop, pas honest. The burial took place Monday ponent by some of those about the sen 15tli, round trip tickets from all points
Dr. Robert McIntire,
ate. Ho was very angry and threat in Oregon on the Southern Pacific to
Mamma Katzenjammer, with her two tor. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Topic afternoon in the Kingsbury cemetery.
but will be advanced or withdrawn from the market one In of the the evening
greatest of speakers, will give kids, accompanied by Mr. Buinpanickel of morning service “Jesus Over Against
ened severe harm to the Indiana sen Newport, good for return until October
his wonderful lecture “The Sunny-side and the notorious Hooligan, all of San the Treasury” or “Grace and Peace
10th, at specially reduced rates. For full
of Soldier Life. ” Admittance 25 cents. Francisco’s newspaper fame, are billed Abounding” at 11 a. m. . Young People’s
The Wabana mine will soon have its
The episode was the result of a heat information please inquire of your local
to appear at the Mask Carnival on the meeting at 7 p.
71 m. “ “ r Our Country: God new mill completed, when the music of ed controversy which the two senators agent,”
4th of July.
Hath Not so Dealt With Any Nation,” at ten more big stamps will be heard in had during the afternoon when Sena
Mrs. Ethel Cator, the recently divorced
the land. They have
enough ore tor Beveridge had said that Senator wife
Join in the festivities during the Mask 8 p.m.
of Thomas V. Cator, populist poli
Mrs. Lundy is up from Phoenix.
Carnival on the 4th and you will lie do
and one time candidate for gover
Gus Godfrey is up from Portland.
ing your share towards making the cele at the Bellview school house at 3 p. m. with plenty of good ore in the face of tack on Solicitor Penfield of the state nor of California, arrived in Redding late
Mrs. G. L. Gurnea is up from Med bration a success.
At the M. E. church Sunday: Sunday the tunnels
department.” In executive session Sen Saturday evening from Inwood, in the
The foreign office at Lima, Peru, is
at 9:30 a. m., Junior League meet
Hicks Bros, were in town today with ator Beveridge, like other senators Shingletown vicinity, where she liad
The Barbecue dinner to be served in
authority for the statement that the
J. H. Gay and wife arrived to-day from the grove on the 4th promises to be a ing at 3 p. m., Epworth League at 7 p. the e’eanup of a month’s run with an who smoke, lighted a cigar and took a been on an unusual mission. Mrs. Cator
statement that negotiations are on
good old fashioned affair with a whole m., preaching by the pastor at 11a. in. a-astra. It weighed fifty-seven ounces seat on tne Republican side. He was had become convinced that a mining en
and 8 p. in. New members received at a ter melting. They hire one man, so it
terprise in which she had been induced
foot between Chile and Peru to solve
ox roasted to a turn.
Mrs. 8. Van Tassel left to-day for San
the close of the morning seryice. You can be seen that it is a pretty good little still sitting there when the senate ad to invest $1200 was a fake and she
The People’s Paper.
the question of the ownership of the
Francisco and Los Angeles.
will be made welcome to all these ser mine. It is perhaps the only mine in journed. Senator Bailey crossed the promptly went after the man she had
provinces of Tacna and Arica by a
dance will take place inside of a roped vices. J. T. Abbett, pastor.
the state where they ground sluice to aisle and ualked through the seats un trusted and made him return her money.
treaty of alliance are untrue.
enclosure on the plaza during the Mask
A shland , O r ., Thursday, July 3, 1902
She reached here Friday morning and
Jones went to Dunsmuir today.
Quarterly communion and reception of get the ore, and measure the ore by the til he was facing Beveridge.
Carnival from 6 to 8 o’clock on the even
left at once for Inwood. When she got
acre. It is a flat vein on comparatively
Conductor J. N. F. Flook is in the Port
level ground, covered by from a few to have any trouble with you, but I back Saturday night she stated that she
SHOULD WE ANNEX CUBA?
land hospital being treated for catarrhal music and a gay time. Don’t fail to
inches to several feet of granite. This want you to withdraw those» words had seen her man and that after a warm
be usual preaching service at 8 p. m. top
mask and come.
granite is decomposed, aud is sluiced
interview he had given her a draft for
school at 9:45 a. m., and Christ
Senator Elkins Tells Why It Should
with a hydraulic pipe, down with which charge me with making an un $1000. She is still $200 loser and she
Ladies, don’t fail to put on your most Sunday
Good Soda, good cigars and one of the
ian Endeavor at 7 p. m. We bid you away
in a foot of the ledge. The remaining warranted attack upon Penfield.”
credits this to experience. She returned
Be Part of the United States
best milk shakes you ever drank at L. dainty costumes and come out en masque come. G. W. Nelson, pastor.
“I did not intend to insult you,” re to San Francisco Sunday morning.
foot of the hanging wall is shoveled back
Washington, July 1.—Mr. Elkins of P. Orr’s near the depot. Go to him for during the Mask Carnival on the 4th.
Special police will be in attendance and
The pastor lias returned from the Ore and the ore carefully taken up. It looks plied Senator Beveridge, “and there is
West Virginia addressed the senate In drugs, too.
J. H. McGEE,
We sell the greatest of blood purifiers,
the best of protection will be afforded to gon Christian Missionary Conventions, like it would take years to work it out. nothing in my language that you could
support of his resolution providing for
’s Blood Elixir, under a positive
Ex-Senator Chas. A. Cogswell, for all maskers.
and w ill speak at the Christian church
Williams & Co. will haul their new consider offensive.”
the annexation of tho United States merly of Lakeview7, was appointed a
guarantee. It will cure all chrome and
Williams Block, Main Street, All of the island of Cuba.
next Sunday, morning and evening. mill to the Indian Girl this week and
other, blood poisons. If you have
GRANTS PASS' IMPORTED.
member of the Portland Board of Public
Morning theme: “Our Feast of Taber rush it to completion.
diseases successfully treated. Chronic
libel a man, and that is what you do in eruptions or sores on your body, or are
diseases a specialty.
The best baseball games ever played in
making the charge. Now, if you won’t pale, weak or run down, it is just what
had been misunderstood. It had no
Dr. Hem don has the!‘finest equipped
Office hours : 9 to 12, 1 to 5.
Oregon will be seen on the of the Times.” Bible school at 9:45 a.m.
withdraw the words when I ask you, you need. We refund money if you are
bearing on Cuban reciprocity and was office for the treatment of chronic dis southern
Grant’s Pass diamond this season. The Endeavor at 7 p. m.
The Willamette Valley Chautauqua I'm going to make you withdraw not satisfied. 50 cents and $1.00.—
not intended to have any. The reso eases we have seen for many days.
management of the Alerts nine, of this
Association will be held at Gladstone luem.”
lution did not suggest annexation of
KING STILL IMPROVING.
city, is making arrangements to hava
S. T. SONGER
Cuba in an offensive way. It provided thon Tuesday from a stay of several some noted teams meet the invincible
no IT NOW.
reduced rates via Southern Pacific Co.’s
Senator Bailey had been getting
that the Cubans must take the'initia weeks at St Vincents hospital, Portland. Alerts this month. Among them will be All the Bulletins Give Encouraging lines on the certificate plan.
regarding the best
Physician and Surgeon
tive. and only after they had asked for His left hand was in a very bad con the Berkley, Cal., nine and the Chem-
Reports of the King’s Condition.
Special attractions this season, Chema- more and more angry and excited as I route to take on that trip . you are con
annexation could the United States dition and necessitated the amputation of
London, July 1.—The notable ex wa Indian Band, baseball every after
of July a team composed of selected play citement the past week outside Buck noon, Chas. Craig, the noted imperson part of the time, leaning against the templating this summer. The Canadian
act. He pointed out that many dis- the second finger.
Pacific Railway can offer greater induce
ator, Dr. Robt. McIntire, the great word desk Immediately in front of Senator ments to travellers than any other route.
distinguished and patriotic American
Novelty Blocx, Opp. Hotel Oregon
county will meet the Alerts. All the ingham palace at the hours the bulle painter of the w7est, and Thos. McClary, Beveridge. The latter, in reply to The
Scenic Beauties are unsurpassed
statesmen, from Jefferson to McKin pressure apparatus and other attach Jackson county nines have met defeat tins were posted was entirely absent
Senator Bailey’s last remark, still re the traveller passing through the heart
OREGON ley, had favored annexation, and he ments necessary toward the equipment before the Alerts, and they are deter yesterday. The sanguine Impression the entertaining lecturer.
On July 10th the Hon. Henry Watter maining in his chair, said: “I repeat of the Cascade and Rocky Mountain
thought the present was an opportune for the new oil tank in Ashland. A pipe mined to get revenge by marshalling created by the dostors’ reports Satur-
son will speak on “Money and Morals”
time “to carry into effect the well-de- line will lead the oil to the water tank so against them a team composed of the best day and Sunday was maintained by and on July 11th will deliver his cele that I did not intend to insult you and Ranges during the day time—two days
and one night of the Grandest Scenery
that I have nothing to retract."
M. BROWER, M. D.
finedwishes of a majority of the peo that the enginescan take on oil and water players of all the nines.
the salient phrase in yesterday’s bul brated lecture on “Abraham Lincoln.”
in the World—passing the famous Sum
July 5 the Alerts will play the Eugene letin, “No bad symptoms of any kind.”
ple of Cuba and the United States in at the same time. Though the founda
July 19th the entire program will be
mer Resorts and Hot Springs at Field,
regard to annexation. It is in the in
The cheerfulness of the public is ap furnished by pupils of the Chemawa In
^n, Sicamouse, Donald, Glacier and
Physician and Surgeon,
terest of both countries. Tho environ the work on the 55,000 barrel oil tank Berkeley and the Indian School have not parently fully shared by the members dian school, music, vocal and instru Beveridge, who is a man hardly up to
and through the famous farming
— — —
OREGON ment of Cuba, with the trials and diffi just back of the round house has not yet yet been arranged, but will very likely of the royal family. The Prince of mental, recitations, baseball aud a grand the average In physique, and seized districts of Assinaboine, Manitoba, North
commenced. J. H. Wallace of Sacra be some time this month. Martin, the Wales went riding this morning, and closing concert by the Chemawa Indian him by the throat with both hands. Dakota and Minnesota. Making a trip
culties that beset her on the threshold mento says the delay is want of sufficient star pitcher, who won many laureles
of her national life, stand In the way material and a shortage of help. Alhthe. with the Alerts last season, will be with both he and the ..princess witnessed Band, should make this day oue of in The rush was so sudden and fierce via this route and the beautiful passen
At Residence, intersection of Mechanic,
that the chair in which Beveridge was ger steamers “Athabaska” “Assina-
of her being long an independent na oil tank builders are at present engaged the nine again this year. He is expect from the palace window, with evident terest
Laurel and Maia Streets.
For programs and further information sitting was pushed back against a desk boine” and Manitoba across the Great
tion; while as a state in the Ameri in the Ker» river country.
ed to arrive here from San Jose in time interest, a march past of the guard.
call on nearest Southern Pacific Agent.
Lakes, the tourist avoids the heat, dust
and the desk toppled over.
for the game on the Fourth. The Alerts
The stock market opened with a
can Union her people would be pros-
objectionable features of sum
well styled the “invincibles.” very strong tone on the good news re
Before the assault could go any mer other
C F TILTON, DPS
AC CALDWELL, D D S perious and progressive and enjoy the
NOTED FILIBUSTER DEAD.
machine drills, in the Ashland mine is are
travel. First class and tourist sleep
garding the king’s condition. Consols
liberty and all the blessings that now in satisfactory working order after
ing cars, dining cars and observation cars
rpiLTON & CALDWELL,
would flow from being a part of the some delay with the air compressor. southern Oregon has been defeated by rose seven sixteenths. Other depart Skipper Scott of the Laurada Passes near had moved up between the desks. | on5ev*ery train*
Senator Hansbrough of North Dakota
For rates and other information call on
best, the greatest aud freest govern The men laid off will now resume work
ments reflected the Improved feeling.
at the mine. The tendency is to intro
ment in the world.”
San Francisco, July 1.—“Return. Ad seized Senator Bailey by one arm and or address,
F. R. J ohnson , F. &P. A.,
Senator Spooner seized the other. The
“It is claimed that annexation would duce machine drills with air power very
sightseers so far as possible for the
generally in the princ'pal mines ot south The mill has closed down until Mon disappointments of last week, today's dressee died at Yokohama, May 30 Texas senator is a powerful man, and 142 Third Street,
1902.” That is the way the news came
Sherwin-Van Sant Block.
beet sugar industry of the United air compressor was installed in the Ris
and Wednesday’s reviews of the colon to this city on Saturday last of the
Ladies dress hats just received at Gur-
Jones, Bill Lowden, Frank Ritchie and
two senator were able to drag him nea’s 4th sreet dry goods store.
P laza ,
A shland , O r . States. Not so. however.
ing Star mine, in the Williams creek Mr. Tiue have gone to Jackson county ial and Indian troops will be accom death of Captain William K. Scott, away from Senator Beveridge.
"The prices of products among the district, and there are a few other prop to celebrate.
panied by a certain amount of pagean commander of the United States navy
Senator Beveridge remained in the
states of the Union always seeks an erties which have been using machine
try. The queen’s anxiety has been so collier Justin, and whose experiences
W. N. Kouns has just returned from much allayed that she definitely decid
chamber for some time and continued
equilibrium. With proper protection in drills for some time. The use of ma
HINMAN, D. D. S.
Butte Creek and Crater Lake after selling
to smoke his cigar. He remarked that
favor of the cane sugar ot Cuba wiucn chine drills enables the mine manager out
a load of fruit and vegetables. He ed to occupy the first carriage in the rival anything that Captain Kettle or it did not amount to anything, and
she will enjoy as a state and the beet
will soon start with a load of fruit suit
Buffering from Indigestion if you eat
sugar of the United States, within fif men and he can do a greater amount of able for the Fourth of July and will go bers of the royal family will partici fiction ever did. The words quoted that he did not intend to resent the at of
what you want, or of starving yourself
teen years the United 8tates would not
pate, as well as the foreign princes, were written across the face of a let
to avoid such distress? Acker’s Dys
only produce sugar enough for its own
Postmaster Manning, of Leeds post Miss Cynthia Kouns is now helping who are still In London.
pepsia Tablets taken after eating will
ter from James Boyes & Co., of 108
Io the Pioneer Block, up stai re, near consumption, but largely compete with office, is under arrest charged with the Mrs. Cole with the work and will proba
The following bulletin was issued Clay street. According to the stamp
digest your food perfectly and free you
other countries in the markets of the illegal possession of deer skins. A dep bly help her through the harvesting sea from Buckingham palace late last of the United States consulate at Yo
from all the disagreeable symptoms of
City Halt. r
uty game warden claims to have trapped
night: “The king had a fairly com kohama the epistle reached there foui Admiral Killick Says He Will Do So If Indigestion and Dyspepsia. Eat what
you like at any time, and take an Acker
“But for the war with Spain, al Manning and alleges that he has been an
Henry Clawson, who is delivering fortable day, and the discomfort in days after Scott had put cut on his last
old offender along this line. Some 50
Cape Haytien, July 1.—The street Tablet afterward. Positively guaranteed.
though so successful and glorious, deer skins were found in his possession. wood to Lyttleton’s, killed three large the wound has been less.”
Your money will always be refunded if
Cuba would now be a part of the Unit He will be tried at the next term of cir rattlesnakes Wednesday.
It was in the latter part of 1896 and fighting here yesterday between the you are not satisfied. Write to us for a
PLENTY OF WARSHIPS.
ed states. Even with the war, had it cuit court for Jackson county. State
through 1897 that Scctt became par-
free sample. W. H. H ook eh & Co.,
Wm. Lyttleton and Geo. Lee have a
not been for our declaration that the Warden Quimby thinks he has several gang
notorious among nations as minister oi Hayti at Paris, and Gen Buffalo, N.Y.
of men building the spur for the More Not Needed at Caracas at the
was was not waged for conquest or ag separate counts he can bring against him mill company.
master of the steamer Laurada, a
of the provisional government, both
grandizement. known as the Teller —one for killing a fawn, another for
Washington, July 1.—In the first black, low-hulled craft with a clean of whom are candidates for the presi
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
W. W. Coleman and A. Starkey have
amendment, Cuba would today be a using the mails, and a separate charge
United States Land Office,
part of the United States, just as Por for each deer skin found in his possession. the contract for digging a ditch for Es- cablegram received from Minister warships that this country and Spain dency of the republic, ceased at 7
OREGON to Rico and the Philippines are. The
Bowen at Caracas. Venezuela, In three
Roseburg. Oregon, May 19.1903.
o’clock Sunday evening. Admiral Kil
David Hume, the well known Oregon pey’s mine.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
The sawmill has closed down for a few weeks the state department was yes
lick, who had supported M. Firmin with
amendment has proved both mlsche- cannery man, died .at his home on the
the provisions of the Act of Congress
Caribbean sea. They were there to
W. A. PATRICK
ELMER PATRICK vious and unwise.
of June 3rd, 1878, entitled “An act for the
sale of timber lands in the states of Cali
"When Cuba shall become a part of brothers survive him who havealso been ken.
rada from running munitions of war to eral Nord’s followers, ordered the
in Oregon’s upbuilding. Mr.
jy A. PATRICK & SON,
Mrs. Peterson has been very sick, but ment is imminent. Minister Bowen the revolting Cubans. In the first marines to return to their ship, which fornia, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
the American Union and the Isthmian identified
Territory” as extended to all the Public
Hume is known personally in this sec
canal shall be completed, which is now tion, having hunted wild game with we are very glad to hear is improving. did not go into details regarding the part of the game Scott was chief mate they did. They were accompanied on Lands States by Act of August 4th, lb92,
David Allen of Ashland, Jackson oounty,
assured. Porto Rico, Cuba, Hawaii and John B. Griffin, Crit Tolman and others.
A bstracts , R eal E state ,
Thos. W. Carter of Ashboro, N. C , fact that the crisis had been reached under Captain John Hart, and many a The admiral, who only used his small state of Oregon, has this day fi'ed in this
the Philippines will be the outposts of
A carload ot Bain wagons and a lot had kidney trouble and one bottle of that there was no necessity for the
I nsurance , C onveyancing
rapid-fire guns Sunday, threatens to office hie sworn statement, No. 2495, for the
the *reat republic, standing guards more
section 22, township
of the celebrated Racine epring Foley^ Kidney Cure effected a perfect protection of the United States lega of seme nook in the Floridan coast bombard Cape Haytien in earnest Lit purchase of
N otary P ublic over the track of the world's com works,
38, range 5 east, and will offer proof to
the best and strongest Whitman cure, and he says there is no remedy tion In Caracas by a guard of marines, with every light doused and a cargo
show that the land sought is more valuable
Upstair«, Room 2, Pioneer Block.
and Barnes garden tools just Arrived at that will compare with it.—T. K. Boiton. and that the most important rivers of under ttieir feet that afterwards made
ment of yesterday. M. Firmin’s resi for its timber or stone than for agricul
'Phone No. "241.
“There is a tendency *a a” human Peil’s. The three floors of my warehouse
tural purposes and to establish his claim to
Venezuela had been declared In a
dence and the houses of his relatives said
land before the County Clerk of Jack-
OREGON affairs, in government, trade 812? com‘ are now full of goods—enough to supply
successful was Hart that he became have been completely pillaged.
WARSHIP GOES TO HAYTI.
son county, Oregon, at Jacksonville. Ore
merce, to concentration and combina al! your wants, and all of the very best
the Colorado, Orinoco, Guira and Vela
The Haytien warship Crete-a-Pirrot, gon, on Saturday, the 2nd day of August,
mw,^rU! and makes, Patronize your
in the hands of Butcher Weyler at on which the foreign consuls, under 1902. He names as witnesses: C. B.
tion. Meteors go to the sun. small na
Steps Are Taken Promptly for the Pro de Coro.
tions are becoming parts of great na
tection of Citizens.
There is small likelihood of any more Havana. With refreshing impudence the protection of their respective flags, Kingsbury, of Ashland, Orgeon; W. W.
Erb, of Ashland, Oregon; Geo. Owen, of
tions. and Cuba in her present environ behind it to make ¿7v
being sent to Venezuelan Scott took up the cudgels In his be and M. Firmin sought refuge 8unday, Ashland,
Oregon; Jas. Bailey, of Ashland,
ment, situated as she is, cannot be grievances
the cabled request from Consul Liv waters in view of Minister Bowen’s
is still in the roadsted. She is seeking Oregon.
when you want anything.
to resist this tendency.”
ingston at Cape Haptien, Hayti, the cable that there was none needed and can citizen to sail the seas unmolested.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
Deputy Sheriff W. M. Calkins, who state ¿¿^riment has asked Secretary in the absence of advices to the <*~n The Laurada was only a peaceful trad to obtain a supply of coal, so as to en the above described lands are requested to
Mr. Elkins, in closing, said too much
file their claims in this office on or before
er, Hart was a snipper who respected
had been said about what we owed to has been down here for a month looking Moody to send à warship to that place, trary from Commander McLean.
Peace seems to have been re-estab said 2nd day of August, 1902.
Cuba and how much depended upon which he corralled, isolated, fumigated and the Marietta, whicîî i*vrived at San
J. T. BRIDGES,
Will practice in State and Federal courts our relations with the island.
Keep Out of Range.
thought had never entered his mind of
Juan on Friday, was at* once orddT?4 to
Office, Reeser bl’k, over Western
Tacoma, July 1.—Convicts Tracy lending himself to anything like fili
FEARS ANOTHER 8TRIKB.
Union telegraph office.
disease and contagion have vanished; tions there until the present period of and Merrill were seen near Tenino bustering. Scott kept this story up un
S tate of O hio , C ity of T oledo ,
and his services being over here, there is military activity between the govern last night. The posse believe they are til he started the wheels of the state Chicago on the Brink of Another Great
L ucas C ounty ,
nothing to fear, only" tramps hiking into ment and revolutionists ceases. The in the woods near that town. Fifty or department and after nine months
J A. McCALL
is senior partner of the firm of F. J. town with some infectuous and loath Marietta has been held at San Juan in more men, headed by Sheriff Mills of President McKinley effected Hart’s re
Chicago, July 1.—Unless the general
C heney A C o ., doing business in the some malady. He has apprehended and expectation that she might be needed Thurston county and Sheriff Deggler lease. All the time Scott had been managers of the railroads reverse the
H. C. Buckman,
City of Toledo, County and State afore turned back several such characters with
Civil Engineer and
said, and that said firm will pav the sum in the past three days. The town has in Venezuelan waters, but advices re cate them. The bloodhounds from running work, but Hart was such a
ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR'S for each a clean bill of health.—Dunsmuir News, ceived yesterday proved this is not the Walla Walla have proven a failure. It wreck from his incarceration in Cuba scale of wages 10,000 freight handlers
Mineral Surveyor. of
and every case of C atarrh that cannot June 28.
A S treet N ear 4 th .
be cured by the use of H all ’ s C atarrh
Minister Powell cabled the stat« de is appareat that members of the posse that he could not resume the command tn all the railroad warehouses and
and many of the officers who have of the ship, and the cmex mate went freight sheds in Chicago. If the freight
C ure .
(Mrs. Bush’s old stand.)
Surveys for Patents and Mining Loca
merrily cn in the role of filibuster un- handlers strike it is highly' probable
FRANK J. CHENEY.
developments made thus far to be one of that he had been informed that the been following the convicts so far have
tions a specialty. Address Aah land. Or.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in great value. A tunnel has been driven Haytien admiral had fired upon Cape taken good care not to get too near tu the w&r was declared. Between that other unions will be drawn into
MP'Offiee at residence. South Main 8tree my presence, this 6th day of December,
times, when things. were dull in the the struggle through sympathy.
in over 200 feet on the formation Some Haytien and that several people were them.
A. D. 1886.
Cuban Dusiness, Scott was always
The teamsters’ union has decided
A. W. GLEASON,
to haul freight from the railroad Throughly Renovated
j seal t
Notary Public. number of men to that section of late,
Advices received at London from
sheds if the strike is declared and an
Manila, July 1.—A case of cholera
Adis Abeba, capital of Abyssinia, an has been discovered on board the Unit tratiop. How many runs of this kind effort is made to move freight with the Everything Neat and Clean.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally who went in by way of Jacksonville.
W. R. c.
and acts directly on the blood and mu-
Any advertised dealer is authorized to nounce the safe arrival there of Fitz ed States transport Thomas and she he made no »ns but himself And assistance of non-union men.
BVBMSIDB RRLISV CORPS KO. 24
Meets in Odd Fellows hall at 2 o'clock p cuous surfaces of the system. Send for guarantee Banner Salve for tetter, hugh Whitehouse of Newport, R. I., has been detained in quarantine at those who employed him ever knew,
eczema, piles, sprains, scalds, burns, and Lord Hinfljip, who started from
tor be was one who never talked.
c: on the second and fourth Saturdays of testimonials, free.
Pure Ashland wates ice delivered every
F. J CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. ulcerslana any open or old 6ores.—T. K. England February 1 on an exploring Marvaloz, at the entrance to Manila : This unique character was an Eng
morning. One cent per pound or 75c BEST MEAL IN TOWN
bold bv druggists, 75c.
Maa. J. D. C rock 11, Pres.
lishman and was close to 60 years of per hundred. Phone 23. Factory on
trip to the Upper Nile, Both of the
Mia. M. J. Spencer, Sec y.
Hall’s Family Pills are the best.
travelers were well and had thus far
There is not a pain or ache, nervous or age. So long had he sailed under the Granite street, at the old planing mill.
enjoyed a successful trip. They were inflamatorv, but what Soother of Pain American flag, however, that he was
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