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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1902)
Frank Adams of Klamath county a
ASHLAND vs. MEDFORD.
few days since delivered 80 horses to
N. Snow hus returned to Jackson
J. M. Davidson, representing the Mio
Base ball at Neu tier A Taylor’s
They Played a Good Game Before
cene Ditch Co, of Nome, receiving
a Big Crowd at Jacksonville
Miss Frances Barnes left Monday
about «7,000 for them. They will Ire
Jas. Fleming of this county leaves for shipped to Alaska at once.
evening for Portlund.
on Sunday Afternoon.
Alaska this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Beekman left for
Wallace Woods has purchased a
Remember the base-baH game next sightly piece of land in East Medford of
San Frandsoo Tuesday,
Thornton and Hildreth’s aggrega
Sunday, It will I m , a good one.
L. (J. Porter, and will in the near future tion of ball to*sers, who hail from the
P. F. Swayne of Applegate was In
The board of trust<<es held their reg build a handsome residence on it. I. city of Ashland, came to Jackson
Jacksonville a few days ago.
ular monthly meeting Tuesday even A. Palmer, the well-known architect, ville Sunday, toplay a game of ball,
Win. Mack, the miner, hus gone to
has prepared plans for It.
and went home with five runs to
Northern California, to s]>end the sum
Prof. J. (,'. Barnurd, the well-known
D. Perozzi of the Ashland creamery, their credit against eight rolled up ty
It was a fast,
Mr. Sandry of Applegate, an expert school teacher, bus located at Chromo, whose butter has gaimsl a widespread
snappy game, and well played from
miner, was in Medford during the pant
Fred Bailey of Meadows has been in ments to Blake's skimming station, in start to finish. Robley of Ashland
lately, assisting Sheriff Dead Indian section, which will enable surprised the crowd by the ease with
Judge Hanna has returned from Rose
It to handle 2000 pounds of milk daily. which he fanned Anderson, Dow A
Co.’s people, as he Is new to the
burg, where he held court for Judge
Rev. F. G. Strange, who has been twirler’s box, if not to tne game.
A. Anderson of Woodville has gone
M' dford came to the bat first, and
to McCloud, Calif., to spend the occupying the pulpit of Ashland’s
Capt. and Mrs. K. Bozo of Applegate
Presbyterian church for a number of Robley started the game by soaking
Bronx io the leg; but be was caught
were among our visitors during the
years, has gone to Marshfield toassumo stealing third. Isaacs fanned and
John S. Herrin of Ashland this week
charge of the church there. He was made a safe hit. but died on first, as
shipp'd 19,000 pounds of wool to San
Rev. S. II. Jones occupied the pulpit
tendered a reception txrfore his de Dow knocked an easy one t«j Robley,
Francisco. » •
retiring the side. Engle fanned; but
of the Presbyterian churchut Ashland
Sackett put nut a two-bagger. Stan
Miller A Yeo of Ashland have Hi
The game of base ball played by ley passed to first. Robley popped to
moved their stock of dry-goods te
Jas. Bell, who has been at Klamuth-
Medford and Centra' Point teams, on the Infield, scoring Sackett, and Webb
on, Calif., is visiting relatives living in
the grounds of the latter, was won by struck out. In the se«x>nd, Morrison
Look out for the announcement of the home nine by a score of 13 to 12. and McCaulay fanned and Myers was
at first. In Ashland’s half
the programme for the celebration of The batteries were: Medford, Ander caught
it got a base-lilt, Glosser fanned and
Mrs. J. B. Cunningham (nee Ross) of
July 4th in Jacksonville.
son and Macaulcy.
Central Point, Carter scored on Stoops’ single. Ham
Sun Francisco and her three children
mond fanned, making the score 2 to
A new suit has been filed in the cir Purkeypile and Boswell
were in Jacksonville a few days ago.
.0 In favor of Ashland. In tlie third
cuit court,ontitlod Harbaugh vs. M. C.
Alpha Chapter No. 3, O. E. 8., of both sides retired in one, two, three
Thos. Riley and G. S. Butler, county
Morris, to reform a deed.
Ashland, a few nights since gave a order. Fourth Inning, Isaacs scored
commissioners, are at the county-seat
Clycfe Payne, the chainpion athlete, handsome farewell reception to four of on an error, and Ashland retired
on official business.
three straight. Score, 2 to 1.
who has hen attending tho U. of O., its members—Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
In the fifth McCaulay and Myers
L. Low, arrive«! from Northern has returned to Ashland.
Crowson, Mrs. F. B. Hatch and Mrs. fanned. Anderson singled but died
California Monday, and paid Jackson
C. Vroman of Gold Hill and Nick i Josephine Crowson—who are about to on second, Rothermal retiring the
ville a short visit.
side with an easy grounder to first.
Young of Eagle Point precinct were in leave that place.
Engie went to first on an error. aDd
L. Reynolds of Sterllngville and his our midst one day last week.
As other towns have concluded not Sackett followed suit, both being
family visited with relatives living in
Tho weather has becomo warmer, to have a 4th of July celebration, Jack charged up to Brous, who made futile
efforts to get, them as they passed
hut the lowering clouds indicate that sonville has taken the matter In hand swiftly between 1st and 2d bases.
T. J. Beagle of Applegate and T. J. I | rain may fall aguin ut any time.
and will furnish a handsome entertain Engle and Sackett scored respectively
Cook of Foote creek wereat thecounty-
Now that election Is over let us turn ment on that day. The citizens of the on Stanley’s ea*y bit to Anderson and
Robley’s sacrifice. Score, 4 to J.
seat a few days since.
our thoughts to the appropriate pioneer town «¡an be relied on to do the
Things looked favorable for Ash-
J. W. <>pp went to Redding, Calif., celebration of the 4th of July.
handsome thing, They huve already land. Iti the
6th and 7th innings, 2d
Monday morning, on business connect
raised over «509.
base was as far as any base-runner
M. Purdin and Wes. Johnson were
ed with his mining interests.
My little son had an attack of
resiM-ctively elected justice of the peace
In the Sth the fun commenced for
whooping cough and was threatened
M rs. N. Fisher of San Francisco and and constable of Medford district.
with pneumonia;' but for Chamber- Medford.
her daughter, Gertrude, are the guests
Mrs. J. B. Cunningham of Ban lain'« Cough Remedy we would have Rothermal got tils base on an error by
of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kenney.
Glosser. Brous went out, and Ander
Francisco (me Ross) is paying rei- had a serious time of it. It also saved son scored on Isaacs' single. Rother
him from several severe attacks of
N. Kime of Pooh Bah district is rais atives living in this valley a visit.
croup.—il. J. S trickfadbn , editor mal and Isaacs came in on a hot one
ing some tine Poland-China hogs, which
The room in the Halley block for- World-Herald, Fair Haven, Wash. for first by Dow. Morrison and Mc
have no superior. He hus u few for sale.
Caulay went out, retiring the side.
tnerly used as a restaurant has been re For sale by City Drugstore.
Ashland could not tie the score, 5 to
Hon. W. M. Colvig returned Thurs cently fltt^xl up for the same propose.
The 4th of July celebration at Jack 4 in favor of Medford.
day from the Willamette valley, where
In the last inning Myers got his
Mrs. (’. Rader and her daughter and sonville will be one of thegrandest ever
he made several speeches for Furnish.
b ise; but got out on third. Anderson
J. He<-kathorn.of Eagle Point precinct, held in Southern Oregon. Groat prep weDt to first on an error. Rothermal
Noel E. («raves of Yreka, Calif., the tarried a few hours in Medford Thurs arations are being made therefor, and went out. B’oua put the ball over the
civil engineer, has retui ued home, after day.
nothing will be left undone for its suc left field fence, and chased Anderson
spending several days in Jacksonville
cess. As is well known, the county-seat around the bases. Isaacs singled and
W. T. Coburn, a prominent business
scored on an error, ant Dow popped
holds the record in that connection.
man of Grant's Paas, passed through
t> first, ending tlie game for Medford.
Mrs. J. 0. Whlpp and Mrs. A. L. Medford Thursday, on a visit to Ash
Who shall be the goddess of liberty The 'test Ashland could do, notwith-
Kitchin of Ashland attended the com land.
at the celebration of our national holi stauGing three bases on balls, wa* to
mencement exercises of the Jackson
day at Jacksonville will be decided by bring in one man, and the game ended
The county commissioners' court is
by a «core of 8 to 5. The score is as
ville public schools.
ballot. Boxes have been placed at The roll«» *s:
in session this week. The contract
Herbert Hanna, son of Judge and for building tho Medford bridge will Banquet, Will McDaniel's, The Crite
rion and Al. Learned’s. Votes cost five
Mr». II. K. Hanna, arrived Thursday l><- let.
Webb, 3 b ......... .................. 4
from Oakland, Calif., where he has
Marriage license has been granted to to be an interesting one.
Clouser, sh . ..
been attending college.
Stanley, c . . .................... 3
John B. Beeson and Myrtle M. Talent;
Wm. Clarke’s Tybalt and Sir Staf Sackett. Kb....... ................ 5
Miss Lillian Julien of Siskiyou coun also to Fred Thumbergand Miss Jennie
ford,the best stallions in Southern Ore Robley. p......... ... ........... 5
ty, Calif., who has lieen visiting L. C. Olson.
Carter, c f....... . ................... 4
gon, will be at the fair grounds near Stoops, r f....?.
Bolie of Antelope and his family, left
Ray McKinney, who has been attend Central Point every day in the week,
for her home Wednesday.
Totals......... .................. 35
V Tt 11
ing the Oregon Agricultural College, excepting Saturday, when they can be
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Howland, who has gone to Crescent City, Calif., to
AB. R H. SH. PO. A.E.
found at Phipps’ barn in Medford. Tha
have been residents of Jacksonville for join his parents.
Dow R R............ ............ 5 0 1 0 2 o
................ 4 0 1
0 7 o
sometime, left for Grant’s Pass Friday,
J. L. Fenton of the Ashland Iron good record, while the latter is a big Anderwon, p .. .................. 4 2 2 0 Ü 2
to make their ]s>rtnanent residence.
Brons. 2 b ... . ............. 4 1 1 0 U i
Works was a northbound passenger and superior draft horse. Tybalt wil Morrison, r f .. ................ 4 0 0 0 2 o
Inaaca, c f ...
.......... & 3 3 0 2 0
His establishment does be in Jacksonville Thursday.
INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM. Thursday.
Kelso. 3 b
. ................. 4 1 2 0 0 0
Rotbermal. 1 f
good work and lots of it.
4 1 0 0 1 0
The commencement exercises of the McCaulay c
4 0 0 0 13 0
W. J. Plymale and D. Cronemiller Jacksonville public school, held at U.
There is a confused idea concerning
38 8 lü o 27 4 4
initiative and referendum.
It seems were resjHx-tively elected justice of the S. Hall Thursday evening, were among
score : by innings .
to ho the general opinion that it was fieaceand constable of Jacksonville pre the very best ever witnessed in our
12 3 4h« 7 8
necessary to get a majority of the Votes cinct, each getting 12 majority.
.............. i. o o o I o o U 4
town. The programme was an excel Medford
.................... I I V U 2 0 0 U
cunt In order to carry the measure. I
The Jacksonville public school ad lent one, and cleverly .rendered. The Ashland
take exceptions to the general opinion. journed Thursday last for the summer graduates were Leila Prim and Flora
Stolen bases—Stoop*, Engle, Ander
I believe that the meaning of the law vacation. its last session was one of Thompson, who acquitted themselves son. Twobusehit—Sackett. ' hrec
is that the measure will carry in ease the most successful in its history.
creditably. That their subjects were base hit—Kelso. Home run—Bmus.
Innings pitched—by Robley, 9; An
there was a majority of "ayes over the
There will be a recital by pupils of not of the stereotyped class, and han derson, 9. Base bits—Off Rubley, 10;
nays” upon the question at issue. In
MlssAiloen Webber’« class at the Coss dled in a practical,forceful manner,con off Anderson, 7. Struck out—By An
other words, if there are more ayes I
Piano House this (Wednesday) even tributed to the approbation with which deren, 12: Robley, 11. Base on balls
and nayes, I believe the proposition
—Anderson, 5. Wild pitch—Ander
ing. No doubt it will be first-class in they were received. The alumni annals, son, 5.
Sacrifice uit—Robley. Hit
will carry if tested in the courts.
by Miss Maude Prim, wore a feature of by tdtehed
ball—Brous. Passed balls—
would like to hear the opinion of others
the occasion, being well written and MrCaulay, 4. Time of game—2 hours.
W. N. Wright and A. C. Chittenden
on this subject.
quite interesting. Both the voeal and Umpire—F. Donegan.
of Willow Springs were in Medford
A V oter .
go«xl. The following was the pro
death of his estimable mother-in-law,
Mrs. Susan Evans.
The following business has been
John Galvin, who has been at Grant’s Struggle Towards a Higher Life,” transacted in this court since our last
A sure cure f«n- diphtheria is sliced Pass, visiting his relatives, was on the
pineapple coated with granulated southbound overland Friday, en route Flora Blanche Thompson. Violin solo,
Estate of J J Donohue. Order to sell
sugar. I have seen it tried often, and to San Francis«,<>, wh«'re he is engagtxl
self,” Leila Louise Prim. Chorus, “Old I
it never failed in a single instance. in newspaper wonk.
Estate of Eliza Anderson. Confir
Take a pineapple and cut in half,
Th«' late election developed the fact Maude E. Prim, Class of 1900. Vocal solo mation or sale of real property.
then slice off a thin piece and coat it
Guardianship of Lloyd W, Lola and
that Me«lford is a Republican city —Helen Mar Colvig. Presentation of
with sugar. Give it to the patient to
by about 50 plurality. Both wards diplomas hv Prof. Washburn. Address Edna Bryant. Oi-der for sale of real
swallow, and if necessary hold the nose
gave majorities for the state ticket toclass. Quartet—Edith Prieat, Helen estate made.
of the one in need of the remedy. It will
E-tate of Susan M Wllkenson. Sale
nominate«! by that party.
Colvig, Anna Wendt, Margaret Krause.
cause the subject to gulp down the
of personal property approved.
The candidates’ hall given at Ruch
piece of pineapple and give almost
Estate and guardianship of heirs of
A NEW ESTABLISHMENT.
immediate relief. It is a remedy with not long ago was a success. 1 fay *
Mary E Williams
in the means of the poorest, and even, Cameron’s orchestra furnished the
Will. McDaniel has opened a neat appointed guardian.
E-tate of Homer and Roys Drum,
let us say for argument’s sake, If it music, which wasexcellent. The many cigar, confectionery anil Irult store in
Petition and order for guardian to
does not do any goisl it cannot do present all enjoyed themselves.
Ryan's building,.)acksonville, and keeps make loan.
harm. Thanking you in advance, I
S. R. Taylor is being visited by his a complete assortment of the best of
Estate of Anna Curry. B P Theiss,
Standard Jas Stewart and G P Lindley appoint
brother, H. B. Taylor, who lives in everything in his lino.
J ohn R. C ollins .
Iowa and is accompanied hv his wife. brands a specialty, (live him a call, for ed appraiser*.
Estate of David Whetstone, Order
he will treat you well.
They had not met during half a cen
directing execution of deed by adiuio-
The following Is a list of letters re-
For blilousne** us«j_ Chamberlain
C M Fouts vs Z A Moody, Action
malning uncalled for in the Jackson- Stomach and Liver Tablet- *•
to recover money.
cleanse the stomach, and regulate the
ville postotllce Mav 31, 190t:
liver and bowel-, effecting a quick and
Coy, Mr*. I*le
Hogue, Patterson , permanent cure. For sale by Citv
Fruits, Charley Narred, Miss Deilar Drug Store.
Th«' Republicans of Jo*«'phine eoun-
One cent will tie charged upon de ty elected almost their entire ticket. STAPLE AND FANCY
Booth, Loveless and Taylor, Dr mo-
MONTHLY MAGAZINE *
J ohn F. M ill KH, P. M.
cratic candidates for county judge,
A F amily L ibrary
commlsaioner and trwiwurer, were auc-
The Bast in Current Lihratura
A dwolling houao with five rooms,
12 CoMHtTt Novell Y carlv
There wiH b<* a game of baseball at
wo fireplaces anti other convenien«5es. I Jacksonville, on Neuber A Taylor’s
MANY SHORT STORIES AND
PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS
well of food water close to kitchen ’ grounds, next Sunday, between two of
PISO S CURE Fófí
oor. Price «250. For particularsen-• t he Kest, clubs in the county. Those who
$2 50 RCR vt*w. 25 CT». * COev
M rh . A. M orat ,
NO CONTINUED STORIES
wish to witness an interesting cont«>st
CVCRV XUMBCR coweuu ■« itself
Jacksonville, Ore | should not fail to attend.
THE WEST SIDE
P. J. G00DWYN.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
The following deeds have been re-
corded since our last report;
Emil Kircligessner to P G Phillips,
5 acres in d 1 c No 44, twp 37; «1.
J C Hill to J M Keith, 80 acres in
sec 16, twp 40, 2 w; «100.
Jniin Conway to Mrs Lydia A Hans
com, lot 3, blk 2, Talent; «250.
Sarali L Williams to F M Billings,
lot 3, blk 14, Ashland; «1.
Richard Beswlck (assignee of Jose
phine D Crocker) to T K Bolton, lot
on Church street, Ashland.
T K Bolton to O E Crocker, lot on
Church street,' Ashland; «4<Mi.
Olive M E Jon>* to II E Stone, 21
acres in twp 39, 1 e; 11
W W Woods to C >vi Wiseman, par
cel of property in sec 34, twp 35, 2 w;
J J Brown to C M Wiseman, proper
ty on Bearcreek; «5.
H H Harris to A L Smith, 120 acres
in sec 36. twp 36, 2 e; «600.
II II Harris to 1 Joyner, 120 acres
in sec 36, twp 36, 2 e; «1000.
1 Joyner to J Kugler, 12.0 acres, sec
3, two 36, 2 e; «1.
F M Amy to C M Wheman 5-8 acres
In Cooksey D L C, sec 34, twp 36, 2 w;
Laura E McClendon to C M Wise
man, right of way for water ditch in
b 1 c, No 59. twp 36 2 w; 440.
Martha Wichman to (J M Wiseman,
right of way for water ditch in sec
34, twp 36, 2 w; «25.
R. R. DEEDS.
O & C R R and U T Co to Luther
Schmucker, 40acres in sec 15, twp 33,
4 w; «100.
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Are getting quite numerous
this fine spring weather and,
as none of them brought
their shoes with diem, we
expect that we will have to
provide footwear for them.
Well, we’re ready—we have
the prettiest Baby Shoes
you ever saw.
Slippers,Moccasins and Lit
tle Bootes—some red, some
blue, some black. Every
pair as cute and cunning as
can lie. Mothers, come and
see our Baby Shoes—cheap
enough, any of them.
U S to R J Newman, 160 acres in
sec 30, twp 38, 4 e.
Jas W Hayes, Jr, “Dark Hour,”
Sardine creek mining district. May
Josephine Applegate, mining claim.
"Buzzard No 11,” Pearl mining dis
trict, April 22,1902.
J C Mathews, water location of Al
der creek for irrigating purpose*.
Wm Madden, H Brockman and Chas
Akers, "Oregon Lode," mining claim,
Jack-on county, Mav 1. 1902.
J B Antone and C E Bogue, location
of ditch and water right of Baker
creek in Grave creek mining district;
also 5 acres location for Gold Note
mill site, May 27, 1802.
J H Blalock, “Annie Mine,” placer
claim, Grave creek district, May 24.
M H Brockman and Wm Madden,
“Gold Note Extension.” lode mining
claim. February 2. 1902.
Mose Hopwood, "The Mose- Hop
wood Merrene Wash,” placer mining
claim, Grave creek district, May 24,
W H Miller, "Old Doe,” placer
claim, Jump-off.Joe district, May 15,
Hydraulic Mining Co, by G E How
land, president and J D Cook, secre
tary, gives notice of amendment of
location of placer mining claim*, viz:
Cabin, Pennsylvania and Good Stayer,
Jackson county, May 29, 1902.
Hydriulic Mining Co, incorporated
Black Channel placer mining claim,
Jump-off-Joe district, May 15, 1902.
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|ca*ks of Kidnev. Liver.
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1 rro i IiJiT'.-re Blood yield
* to Our Native Herbs.
Prepared in Tablet or
, 200 Of fS T’EATUE IT $1.00
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your monev back iz FJ |
you art not ,ur«l.
Rev. X’ M H/. nsen
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and Kidtiev Trouble 9 4
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THE ART ( )F
B eeson —T alent —At Jacksonville,
May 25, 1902, by Rev. W. B. Moore,
John D. Beeson and Miss Myrtle M.
B ates —K ame —At Talent. May 25,
1902, by Rev. N. S. Holleraft, N. G. LIES IN TAKING
Bates and Miss Mazie Kame.
T humberg —O lson --At Jacksonville,
"ay 26. 1902. by Rev. A. P. Gillette,
Fred Th urn berg and Miss Jennie
P eymale —In Medford, May 21, 1902,
to Mr. and Mr*. Gabe Ply male, a son.
R adcliff —At Ashland. May 26, 1902,
A. Radcliff; aged 75years.
B uckman —At Ashland, May 29,
1902, O. R. Buckman; aged 62 years.
B ooth —In Jacksonville. June 2, 1902.
Mrs. Mary E. Booth, a native of
Ohio, aged 64 years, 5 months and 1
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Max Muller, county treasurer, gives
notice that there are fund* in the
county treasury for the redemption
of outstanding warrants protested
from June 15, 1800, to August 30.1fi99,
both dates inclusive. Interest ’on the
same will cease after May 30, 1902.