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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. THURSDAY, M VY |, 1902.
JOSEPHINE COUNTY ITEMS.
How it Changed when Things
A BRUTAL DEED.
Seemed Going from Bad
P ortland , Ore., April 30.—The police have a couple of suiqiects
arrested a» the result of a brutal assault upon Miss Faith Stewart
Mr. Charles II. Bradley, the president in the “Bad Lands,” Sunday night.
of the State Investment Co., with offices
111 the American Trust Building, Cleve
land, Ohio, is known in busineas mid so
cial circles throughout Cloveland not
only an a person of ability but aa a man
of sterling integrity. In a]>eaking of
his ex|>er>euce, he said:
“It was about three years ago. I was
just recovering from u long attack of
typhoid fever mid my strength was so
long in returning that it seemed I would
never boa sound, healthy man again.
My appetite vvus poor and my nerve»
unstrung aud tho doctor’* medicine did
not help me at all.
“Things wcr • r.’oing from Nil to worse
when one flay I « limicod to read a state
■ueiitofa mini who hail been cured of
trouble siniilm- to mine by the use of Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. It
encouraged me to try them. By the
time 1 had used the first l>ox 1 felt a de
i-idisi iniprovenieiif mul l kept on taking
them until J hud used six boxes. By
that time I was r< stored to perfect health
"I consider Dr. Williams' l*ink Pilli
the beat remedy made for troubles like
mine anil tun always glad to recommend
The after-effeota of fevers mid othei
acute diseusiiH are frequently worse that
tile ailment itself mul the utmost care it
required during this stage in order that
' [»j liiaiieiit evils do not result. The sys
/•'in is worn out in its long struggle with
|Ftin- disease; the blood is impoveriahec
and the nerves weakened. Vitality ii
fow. Tlie IdiHkl needs to be purified mi<
supplied with the elements to build u[
th<- wasted tissues, the nervi - need n
•OiiK' to strengthen them. Dr. Williams
Pink Pills for Pale People will do tbit
•a no other medicine will. They are ar
Unfailing sjss-ific not only for the lifter
, Rffects of fevers, of grip mill of othei
f. Rente diseiuwiH but also for such disease;
Fas locomotor ataxia, [lartial imrnlysis. St
■ Vitus' dance, sciaticu, neuralgia, rheu
Vmatiani, nervous hemlach», ]>al]>itattor
Hof the heart, pale and sallow complex
Eions, and all forms of weakness eitlu i
t in male or finale Dr. Wiillnnia' Pin)*
F Pills for Pale People are sold by all dee I
I era, or will Is-sent |s>sttaiid on receipt
| of price, fifty cents a Imx, or six tx>xei
, for two dollars mid fifty rents, by nd
dressing Dr. Williams Mr rlicine Co
Schenectady, N Y.
SOUTH AND EAST
Southern Pacfic Co.
Train* ieave Medford for Portland
and way stations at 4:21 a. m. and
4:52 p. ni.
Lv Portland. ... 8:30 a id
Lv Medford......... 11:45 pm 11:20 am
Ar Ashland......... 12:55 am 12:35 pm
At Sacramento... 5:10 pm
Ar Harf Francisco. 7:45 pm
Ogden ................... 4:55 am
Denver ................. 9:30 am
Kansas City........ 7:25 am
Chicago................ <>:42 am
Ar Los Angeles...
Ar El Paso .......
Ar Fort Worth...
Ar City of Mexico.
Ar New Orleans..
Ar Washington .
Ar New York ....
On both trains. Chair cars Sacra
mento to Ogden and El Paso, and
tourist cars to Chicago, Kt. Louis,
New Orleans and Washington.
Connecting at San Francisco with
the several steamship lines for Hono
lulu, Japan, China, Philippines, (Jen-
Aral and South America.
See agent at Medford station, or
R. B. MILLER, G F. & P. A ,
Tickets To and From
All Points East
The facts did not come to
light until Tuesday, at which time the police were informed.
Faith Stewart is a rescue worker among the slums of Portland.
While returning home Sunday night from an errand of mercy she
was assaulted by i;ve white men, and so brutally beaten that she
is in a dying condition, The men are said to be of the class who
live off theearnings of fallen women. The brutal deed has aroused
the city to such a fever of resentment that there would lie a lynch
ing bee in short order were the real culprits discovered. Several
arrests have been made, but no positive evidence has l>een proven
against any of them. Many of the tough characters of the slums
are leaving town in order not to lx* mixed up in the affair. It is
supposed the assault is the work of those angered because Miss
Stewart has rescued a number of fallen girls from the down town
dance halls, where they were proving a big source of revenue to
RELIGIOUS ORDERS AGITATED.
N ew Y ork , April 30.—Religious circles in this city are consider
ably worked up over the declaration of Methodist ministers that
there must I k * a relaxation in church rules so that dancing, card
playing, theatre parties, etc., ean I k * enjoyed by members of the
churches without lx*ing considered wrong. The Methodist minis
ters in Chicago recently urged that the church rules lx* modified to
include such “harmless amusements” as mentioned. Many Meth
odist ministers of this city concur with the Chicago ministers, and
their declarations have caused a veritable cyclone of contending
opinions in religious circles. Some of the more “straight-laced”
brethem bitterly denounce such sentiments as worthy of the
thoughts of his satanic majesty.
be civilized must have caused
Chas. C. Pursel of Applegateand his
son spent Friday night In Jackson
E. C. Fawcett and Geo. Reynolds of
Watkins precinct were among us
Postmaster Miller, who keeps the
neatest office in the state, is again
Miss Ella Hanley of San Francisco
has been visiting Jacksonville, the
guest of Misses Orth.
Banner Lodge No. 23, a . O. U. W.,
held an interesting session Friday
night, when four candidates for ad
mission were initiated.
Win. and Henry Smith, lately of
Oklahoma, are inspecting the advan
tages of Southern Oregon, with a view
of locating. They are nephews of
Thos. Smith, who liyes near Jackson
Get a free sample of Chamberlains’
Stomach and Liver Tablets a6 City
Drug Store. They are easier to take
and more pleasant in eSect tban pills.
Their use is not followed by constipa
tion as is often the case with pills.
Regular size, 25c. per box.
County Treasurer** 29lh
N ew Y ork C ity , April 30.—Paderwski, the famous pianist, CRATER LAKE EXCURSION.
sailed for Eurojx this morning. Hundreds of women were at the
boat landing to shake hands and wave him a good-bye. One fash Will Leave Portland Wednesday,
ionably dressed young woman threw her arms around his neck
and was presented from other hysterical demonstrations by the
“We have strong assurance that Con
Max Muller, county treasurer, gives
notice that there are funds in the
county treasury for the redemption
of outstanding warrtnts protested
from April 1, 1899, to May 31. 1899,
both dates inclusive. Interest on the
same will cease after April 11. 1902.
gress will set apart Crater Lake as a
National Park,” said Will G. Steel to
the Oregonian. Mr. Steel is the
father of the proposal no jv before Con
gress. “Roosevelt favors it; so do
others hi'h in the Government."
Mr. Steel has arranged the details of
an excursion to the lake from Port-
land. A party will set out with a num-
berof prominent^scientific men.
leaving Portland Wednesday even
ing, .Uigustfi, the party will reach Asl-
land tho next afternoon, and will camp
10 miles oast of Ashland that night.
The next camp will be at Pelican Bay,
where a stop will lie mad«' Saturday
and Sunday. Monday night the party
will camp at Fort Klamath, and Tues
day night at the lake.
Wben you wake up with a had taste
In your mouth,go at once to City Drug
Store aud net a free sample of Cham
berlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets.
One or two doses will make you well.
They also cure biliousness, sick head
ache and constipation.
SHORT LINE TO
ST. PAUL, DULUTH,
And Points East.
122 Third st., Portland.
Is made with Royal Bak
ing Powder. Always light,
sweet, pure & wholesome.
< > Corn Ground and Summer Fallow Next.
L B. C. DENNISTON, O. W. P. A.,
012 First ave. Seattle, Wash.
The Finest Cake
A. J. O'Brien of Placer, the miner,
will soon leave for Alaska.
F. Lange and Ortas. Buckholter of
Missouri Flat were in Grant’s Pa*s
The annual teachers’ instituty will
be held at. Grant’s Pass la May.begiu-
lng the 15th.
We are sorry to learn that our old
friend, Chas. Decker of Waldo, has
been quite 111.
l^eslle Duffield and Sam Morris of
G ild Hill were in Grant’s Pass one
day last week.
11. L. Akerlll of Holland, tbe well- I
known miner, spent a few days at
Grant’s Pass last week.
THE “WATER CURE.”
Emrnett Conger was at Grant’s Paas
The old adage “where there is
Monday. He is now running a. ranch
so much smoke there must be
of bis own and doing well.
Joe Griffith, the live real-estate some fire” might be applied to
dealer, nas made a number of sales the barbarous cruelties alleged
lately. He Is bard to beat. '
to have been practiced by the
Registration of voters in Josephine
county is progressing tliwly. About American soldiers on the natives
in the Philippines. At best war
1000 have registered so far.
Hon. Henry Booth, the clever re is a cruel game. But no excuse
ceiver of the Roseburg land office, remains for torturing victims
made us a short visit recently.
i with the “water cure”,for which
Prof. Vt. II. Hampton of the Colum- ■ General Smith is now beingtried.
bla mine was in Grant s Pass this week n.« ■
. . , . »
This practice Consisted in stretch
and received a hearty welcome.
Misses Mollie and GertrudeJobn of ing the victim so that he could
Williams were tl.e guests of toetr sis not move and then letting water
ter, Mrs. J. W. Howard,last week.
slowly drip upon the end of his
T. F. Rourke has returned to his nose. Such atrocious methods
placer mine in Altbouse district,
on the part ofpeople claiming to
after a short visit in Grant’s Pass.
Dr. Kremer, the popular physician,
wtio has had a severe attack of rheu even Satan to shudder with hor
ror. Your soldier from the
matism, is able to be about again.
N ew Y ork C ity , April 30.—A London dispatch states that C. A. Wikstrom, who Is extensively i Philippines will tell you that it
Delarey and three other Boer leaders have surrendered to the engaged in mining in Pleasant creek is easy enough for an out
district, was one of our visitors this sider to criticise actions of the
British in South Africa.
L ondon , April 30.—A report received here to the effect that Thus. Lacy, the clever superintend soldiers in
Delarey and other Boer leaders have surrendered has caused gen ent of the Gopher mine, situated in that to face heat, swamp
Rhoda Miller vg. Emanuel Miller; di
eral rejoicing. It is believed the movement will break the back of
fever and death in all shapes, vorce. Decree granted.
the war in South Africa. The war department is awaiting a con The Post office Drug Store is being I to see comrades murdered
Minerva Hilgar vs. J. W. Miller; to
aside deed. Judgment for defend
firmation of the news.
managed by Miss Maud Kramer, who on picket duty and in other set
is a competent pharmacist, having ! ways by the natives,is enough to
received her diploma.
make man a demon. There is
E ugene , Ore., April 30.—This place is in a furore of excitement The Democrat Gulch Irrigation Co. some truth in what he says, but
Hollaod has been incorporated by
over a rich strike in the Treasure mine on Blue river. A ledge 20 of
Geo. Mathewson, H. H. and Sarah I after making plenty of allowance
feet wide has been struck, from which orc taken out assayed Gibbs. Capital stock $3000.
for the cause of his bitterness it
$2,000 to the ton. At first the report of the marvelous strike was Willis Kramer of Myrtle creek, the is imposs:ole to excuse such
received as a fake story, but responsible parties claim that it is well-known fk'tir maufacturer and actions on the part of a man
miner, was in Grant's Pass recently.
genuine. It is the talk of the town.
He is a candidate for representative wearing the straps of one of the to
water but you
in Douglas county, and should be most civilized nations on earth.
WAS DREYFUS GUILTY?
make him drink.’
T. E. Singleton, ason-fn-law of Key. A brave man can die if need be.
C hicago , Ill., April 30.—A statement was made by H. J^eroux,
You can’t make him eat
Robt. Booth, arrived from Douglas Aye, die and honor the country
a French lecturer, by the students of the Chicago University yes; couuty,
recently with hfs family. He he served; and it were better for either. You can stuff food in
terday, in which the lecturer claimed Dreyfus had admitted his will lie employed at Mee, Kinney and him to die bv treachery or
to a thin man’s stomach, but
guilt of conspiracy against the French government at the time he Peterson’s saw mill, located near
any other wav than to live to that doesn’t make him use it.
was pardoned. This surprising statement has caused considerable
Norris & Rowe’s anlmai show per dishonor his country by such
comment in different circles in this city, and the opinion is that the formed
Scott’s Emulsion can make
outside of tbe city limits of methods as is alleged to have
lecturer is seeking notoriety.
Grant’s Pass, refusing to pay the city been practicedin the Philippines. him use it. How? By mak
license, which is reasonable enough.
It is a cheap-john outfit anyway, and
ing him hungry, of course.
Job Couldn’t Have Stood It,
did not give general satisfaction.
N ew Y ork C ity , April 30.—The anti-imperialists have started a
Scott's Emulsion makes a thin
County Treasurer Taylor gives no If he'd had Itching Piles. They’re
vigorous fight against the administration. A number of secret tice
that he lias funds with which to terriblj- annoving; but Bucklen’s body hungry all over. Though t
meetings have already been held in this city. Ca rl Schurz is the piy warrants protested up bo and ¡ d - Arnica Salve will cure the worst case of
| eluding July 14. 1902. He has appoint piles on earth. It has cured thousands. a thin body was naturally hun
ed II. L. Gilkey as bis deputy until be For Injuries. Pains or Bodily Eruptions
THE BEEF TRUST.
is well enough to resume his duties. it's the best salve in the world. Price gry didn’t you ? Well it isn't.
25c. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by A thin body is asleep—not
W ashington , I>. C., April 30.—The Republican ways and means Grant's Pass* council of the Order cf City Drug Store.
committee has decided to do nothing against the beef trust. The Pendo held a social session a few
working—gone on a strike.
nights ago, which was a handsome 1 Placer Miners Busy.
hill is being held up while Knox investigated.
one and thoroughly enjoyed by the
It's an ill wind that blows nobody It doesn’t try to use it’s f od.
many in attendance. It has a mem good. The late spring rains are prov
Scott’s Emulsion wakes it
bership of about 100, which is con ing beneficial to placer miners. The
extra water supply will cause mining up—puts it to work again
W oodburn . Ore., April 30.—Postmaster Tooze of this place has
The trial of T. J. Gibson, charged to be carried on much later than usual, making new flesh,
been arrested for breaking quarantine. His children were takeu with
make the summer cleanups that
tlie murder of J. B. Schonbachler and
with scarlet fever, and after the. place was placed under quaran near Merlin, has been progressing in much
way to get fat.
tine the postmaster went down town. The officers immediately the circuit court. District Attorney
Send for free sample.
Reames appeared for the prosecution
placed him under arrest.
Pearl St., N V«
and Robt. G. Smith and H. A. Reed
Tbe following is a list of letters re SCOTT & BOWNE,
50c aud Si.oo, ail druggisu.
for the defense.
The following jury , maining uncalled for in the Jackson
TURKS WERE DEFEATED.
was empaneled in the case: II. S. ville postoffice April 30. 1902:
V ienna , Austria, April 30.—The Macedonian rebels have de Woodcock, Geo. P. Furman, Geo.
Bradshaw. W. H.
Walton. G. R. McKlemens, H. Mess
Stevens, C. E
feated the Turks at Kadinc, in the province of Macedonia. The inger,
A. D. Custar, J. \V. York, L.
One cent will be charged upon de
fighting was fierce on both sides, the loss being considerable. No L Jennings, C. E. Fielding, W. A. j livery.
quarter was shown on cither side.
J ohn F. M iller , P. M.
Railway The Sowy Butte Shops
Through Palace and Tourist Bleep-
:rw, DiDing and Buffet Smoking Li-
DAILY TRAINS, FAST TIME.
For rates, folders and full Informa-
Ion regarding tickets, routes, etc.,
:all on or address
J. W PH ALON, T. P. A.,
1. DICKSON, C. T. A.,
Some Matters of Interest Con
cerning our Neighbors.
Are prepared to make a new lag, G uaranteed to R un
T rue , on short notice, and would suggest that it is a good
time to overhaul the plows and get ready for business. Our
new foreman, Mr. Swanson, is proving to be just a little
better than anv other smith in the county on plow and
A 'Erial Will Convince You.
Rate« Again Reduced.
Before you make deltaite arrangements for
that trip eaet let us quote you rates eta the
Illinois Central tall road Our rales are the
lowest to be had, and It «111 pay you to wrige
us. If you haven't time to oommunlcate with
us tell the agent from whom you purchase your
tloket that you want to travel by way of the
Illinois Central, and yon will never regret the
trip. If any of your relatlvee or friends in the
east are ooming west while the low rates are
In effect, write us about them, sna we will see
that they get the loweet rates with tbe best
service. Through tourist ean. personally con
ducted excursion oars, free reclining chair
cars, in fact all the latest conveniences known
to modern railroading For particulars resard
Ing rates, time, servioe. stop-oven, different
connections and routes,
“ on or
B. H TRUM HULU
142 Third St.,
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Orders tor Haoks,Buggies and Riding Horaau
prompt 'y attended to.
Feeding done at reasonable rale*. Beat at
cere taken to prevent accidents, but will bo ra
I Thia airnature ia on every box of tbe genuine sponsible tor uoue should they occur.
Will retuse to do livery work on credit
1 Laxative Bromo-Quinine Table*
tbe remedy that cure« a eoM In one day