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A fatal Nhootinq Accident.
The jury returned tin- following ver
Th«- Ashland Tribune gives the follow dict :
“The undersigned inemfa-rs of the cor
ing account of a hunting ac idvnt that re
sulted inthedeath of one «>! the parties: orner's jury summone«! t<> sit at said in
N«» «hl* I« no
George W. W«xxlv, a well known ranch quisition find that th« dtceased's mini«
It will <.■■>« tun « nkk
« r residing «low n the valley, near Phoeiii x was George Washington Wood« , that In-
Il you can'tjret tick
Io try u .VPAN 1*11 CIGAR
was fatally shot by his companion, James was 24 «ears of ng«-; that he came to lit*
Daily, while hunting nc ir Grizzh Prairie ‘death 111 Jackson county, Oregon, Sept
about 30 miles cast of Ashlaml in the II. I’.Ak’l, from a gun shot wound in tin-
left breast which cut the subclavian art
Dea«l Indian country last Friday.
Wixxly lived alxmt fifteen minutes ery; that the gun from which said shot
after he was shot. The btxly was brought was fired was 111 the hands of James
We further la lieve that the
to Ashland, arriving here Saturday even Daily.
ing, by Miller Sutton, aeconqvaiiied by shtxiting was purely accidental am! no
the widow of the deceased, her two sisters. blame attache* to anyone for said acci-
'iMic Spanish Roll Cigar
Whose flavor you oughtI Io know
Misses Julia and France* O'T«x>le, ot «lent unless it I k - a possible carelessin ss
Phoenix, Oscar Stinson, ami James Dail« or lack of cautiousness on the part of
Made of the beai domcslk slock
AU except tin- latter and Mr. Sutton both parties concerneil.”
Prepared in the old Spanish way
The remains were taken to Medford
comprised a pleasure party which left
the Woody home Tuesday for a trip to Sunday afternoon and the funeral
Crater Lake by wav ot Pelican Bay and place there Momlay aftcrinxm umler the
W., of which
expecting to return bv th«- Rogue River auspices of tne A. O.
The remains were taken to the deceased was a inenil>er. 1!« was a
Stock's undertaking establishment ami young man highly esteenie«! among hi*
Coroner E. B. Picket was summoned neighbors atr«l was conducting hi* moth
er's farm. Mr. Wocxlv hail joined the
Dr. Picket held an inquest Sundav Workmen in June and paid but one a*
morning. The jury was composed of stssincnt. His wife, who was forimrlv
The best 5 Cent Ci|tar
\V. E. 1 hipps. F. D. W.ignet. W. J. Mis* Catherine O’Ttxde. ««ill lx- |>aid the
on lhe market made only by the
Booth, H. C. Sheets, R. S. Stephens and full amount of hi* certificate of #?mMi
about the first ot Octolier.
Chas. O. Bishop.
J tvkstixt 1111.
Daily's testimony, w hich is substantial
ly con firm e<l by that of Oscar Stinson,
am« covers all the facts developed in the
case, is as follows:
James faiily. 35 years old. a resident
If you want to rent a farm or have land
«»f Dead Indian, postoffice Ashland, occu- to rent see T. C. Norris. Jacksonville
Canned Fruit Never
pati 'll. farmer, testified: Have known
W. R. Stans« II left last Sundav for
Spoil« irs the
deceased George Woody about on«- «ear
O11 the 11th of Sept« nr-« r, 19(13, George Voucolla where he goes to superintend
Woody, Oscar Stinson and I started out the putting in of a «lain for a new saw
huntin2 from Taylor’s ranch. Dea«! In mill that is Itc ing put up at that place by
No Jar on tlu mar
dian. alxiut 8:30 a. m., on horseback, go W. J Keller. Mr. Stansell will lie gone
ket can equal it.
ing about five miles to a high cliff; ty ing about two weeks.
our horses at the base of the clitf oil top
Adolf Schultz is thi' ow ner of a voting
East I « sealed, never
the ridge, we all went to th«- top. Sepa cow that is a profitable animal to him for breaks, altsolutely
rating. George Woody went arouml the if she keeps on she will soon raise a
airtight, and -old at
point in one direction and I the other. hiard of cattle for him
The cow last
Stinson remaining on the summit. I had year had twin calves ami this she had Itedrot k prie« s. lit
gone nearly a quarter of a mile ami a twins again. The calves arc strong ami
th« hundreds of jars
deer jumped up about |i*> vards away . health« and the cow is a line milker.
we sold last tear no
I shot at it ami after it had made several
There is a reasonable certaintv th «t tin- coinpluint h is In-« n
jumps I shot again when I heard Woody
shout. 1 could not see him at once but second nt w house will lie built tins fall on made that th e y
MREI: TRAINS to the EAST
soon he came running out <>t the brush East California street. R. A Roundtree
broke easily or let
toward me, calling out. ”(»h my God, I has Ixttight two lots just east of the Pns
DAILY from PORTLAND
the fruit spoil.
atn shot through the heart.” I ran to byterian church belonging to the Clug-
Pullman standar<l and Tourist
meet him and wh« n I reached him he
sleeping «ars dailv to Omaha, Chicago,
threw his arms around me telling me to dence upon there t ither this fall or next
s | h kune, totirtst sleeping cars dully u ■
keep cool. I then called for Mr Stinson I spring.
Kansas City ; through Pullman tourist
to come quickly. George Woody told
Mr. ami Mrs. Lindsey Si<wtnor«- with
♦le«-ping car» ( personal!« conduct«'«! 1
us to stop 1 he blood if we coulfl anti I their sons Em mitt am! Roland arrived
I Chicago, Kansas Citv. ri cini
pressed my hands over the wound to stop Sunday from F««rt Klamath on an ex
tlig chair ■ cars (seats free I to the Ea»t
Handmade am) -<d<lerc«l without
the bleeding. He called for water ami tended visit with relatives in Jackson
acid so fruit cannot I k * fx>isotic«l.
as there was none near by he said he Ive- ville. Miss Mary Mill« r, who had I hcii
lieved lie c<m1<l ride. I got his horse their guest for the past three weeks re
D hp . akt T ime St in in i . f . s A k k i v 1
and with a little assistance he climlted turn« d with them to her home. Monday
on. Mr. Stinson getting on Itehind to Mr. and Mrs. Sisetnore went to Salem to
steady him. and 1 walking and leading attend »11« Stat«- Fair, after which th«-«
S.«lt J»akc, iH-nver,
the horse. We went about half a mile will go to Portland for a few «lavs.
Portland Ft \\ Oftb, ' »III dl «
when Woody said he could ride no long
Kansas City. St. 4:3(1 p in
W. M. Scheble who lives on the Phoe Miidlord,
er and we would have to help him off. I
Oregon ‘>:2H p. ni. I a « ii I s . Chicago ami
then mounted my horse ami starter! for
via Hunt East
Mr. Sutton’s place two or thtee miles Wediiewlay having a deed made out
away, the nearest ranch.
Affanti« Salt Lake, lienver,
then I tol«l him wn.it I had done. He
In the Circuit Court of tlu State of Or lis pit sc I Worth. < »111.ilia,
took a stretcher and some whiskey and I in order to round out a tract adjoining it
4:1.5 p. in. Kansas City. St.
for the County of Jackson.
wvnt on home to tell his wife ami get
hla I,. Wilson, plaintiff vs. Charles F. via Hunt Loin*. Chic.igo and ll»:3(i a tn
some more whiskey. I then went back price was close to fl,(IO«l. The lam! is
to where Woody was an«! Mr. Stinson improved and has a small house .«ml Fam Wison. defendant.
To Charles F. Wilson, defendant.
told me that he, Woody, ha«l «lie«! about on it. Mr. Scheble yet has 2I<> acres ot
In the Nam«-of the St.it« of Oregon: St I’.uil Walla Walla. Lew
five minutes aft«rr I had left him. He fine lanb so his sale has not 1« -sem <! his
arc hereby required to appear Fast Mail iston.
died about one o'clot k.
I supposed Woody was on the other
<1 p. til.
A few exjx-riem e«l teachers can secure
St. 7:3-‘> a in
side of the hill when the shots were fired positions in Jackson County schools bv you in tile above entitled Suit within ten
Paul, Duluth. Mil
It was about a half hour liter we had addressing Superintendent I’. H. Daily
S]x»kane waukee. Chicago
Summons u|x>ti von, if served within
When I saw Wocxlv come at Jacksonville.
this County, or if s«rve<! within any
out of the brush he was about lai» yards
Jesse Applegatebrought to the Sentinel
away. I did not see him at the time
when I shot. I don’t think J killed the office Wednesday, bearing th«- compli twenty «lays from the date of th«- service
ments of his mother, Mrs. Peter Apple of this Summons ii|xni you; ami if by
deer. It was a buck «her.
gate, a large boquet of sweet peas. There publication, then on or la-fore tin- expir
were IM shades of flowers in the Ixiqiiet
No Change of Cars.
S. P. R. R. TIME CARD. and the collection was as fine as ever ment of such publication and if von fail
Tickets Eact via ail rail, or boat ami rail
Mrs. sotoanswer for w in' thereof, the plain
North-Bud grown by a professional gar«lem-r
Ajjplegate ha«l 2“ varieties grown in her tiff will take 1 default against you, and
yard but Mr. Applegate some time since will apply to die Court for tile relief
No 15 No 11
No 12 No Iti
deciding that agricultural work wa, prayed fori»; her complh.’nt, viz: For Ocean and River Schedule
more to his taste than th«- duties of the dissolution of tin- marriage contract
X:30 I,v..... Portland................ Ar. ?.<«)
county recorder umlertook to do a little now existing lietween the plaintiff ami
hoeing with tile result that in his vigor defendant, ami for the award to plaintiff
All sailing dates
lie misse«l his mark and cut some of «he of th«- care ami custody of the minor
fieas instead of th«- weeds. Jacksonville child of said parties, and such further N p. 111. subject to change. 4 p. III.
For San Francisco
is truly the home of the sweetpea for in relief as to the Court may seem equitable.
This Summons is published pursuant
24ix ............ Eugene ...
sail tverv five «lavs
size, delicacy of coloring and jirofusion
of flowers those grown her«- cm not In to an order made by Hon. II. K. Hanna,
by sweet peas from any other Circuit Judge of the First Judical Dis
trict at Chambers in Jacksonville, Orc Daily ex. C olumbia R ivi . k
G .15 section of this Coast.
gen, on the 21st «lay of August. IIMI3, Sundav
which order requires that this summons H p. m. To Astoria and
Fearful Odds Against Him.
way landings Sunday
Bedridden. alone and destitute. Sneh,
Such, la- published in the Jacksonville Sentinel, Saturila y
a newspaper of general circulation pub l<> p. m.
I 11 in brief was the condition of an old sol
Jacksonville, Oregon, for a
A. L. CRAIG, Gen. Pas. 'k't..
l:3f dier by name of J. J. Havens, Versailles, lished in
|x-rio«l of six weeks.
O. For years he was troubled with Kid
The «late of the first publication of
ney disease and neither doctors nor med
12:20 icines gave him relief. At length he tried this summons is August 21, 1IKKI.
Miss Annie Jeffrey was in Jacksonville
COLVIG ft DI RHAM,
I tiesday and Wedm *d ty visiting fri« mis.
Electric Bitters. It put him on his feet
Miss Jeffrey recently returned from Oak
11:50 in short order and now he testifies: “ITn
.............Sacramento ............. 10:50
N :<C> on the roa«I to complete recovery.”
Ar... San Francisco.. I.v 24:22
land, California, where she hail *p< nt her
summer with her sister.
on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles
Ticket* sold to all points in the United States
Teamsters having heavy teams can slit- will Ix gin a Ilin« months school m
ami all forms of Stomach and Bowel com
Sleeping car reservations made on application
Treight house opens at Sa. rn. and closes at 1:20 plaints
(Inly .Vk-. Guarantied bv Citv have a good paying job logging for the the Grove district on the Medford Jack
W. V. LIPPINCOTT, Agent.
Iowa Lumber Company.
I »rug Store.
S ho ^ t L ine
D. H. Miller
U nion P acific