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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1902)
J. D. Cook and Ed Dunnington
Have Assumed Their Duties and
a short lime in Medford Tues
A House of Lords In This Re July 4th was the Beet in Southern
Print«! Every Thuraday, by
Oregon—Would Compare Favor
A number of the faces familiar about day.
public For the Trusts.
Times Printing Company
J. Nunan recently shipped several
ably with Any on the Coast.
the court house during the past four
years are conspicuous by their ab tons of wool to the new mill at
C has . N ickell , Editor and Mgr.
SHALL OUR SENATE BECOME STJOH7 The people ot Jacksonville have scor sence. The officers elected June 2d Eugene.
C. S. Greening, an expert miner,
ed another distinctive triumph. They have taken charge of their respective
Bâterai St the Postonico at Medford. Ore, as The People’s Demand For Popular ! have again shown that they know positions, and are rapidly becoming was among us Saturday, while on Ills
wav to Applegate.
Second Class* Mail Mutter.
how to celebrate our National Holiday accustomed to their duties.
Kleetton of Senators Causes Mirth
Fred Ffcke left, for McMinnville
In the (hamber—Oppiultiott Comes
State pointersiu that line. The eelebrs- and School Superintended Dally, who Tuesday, where he will be emplqyed
From Senators Who Are Attorneys
tlon was a magnificent suee.iss in every hold over: Recorder Applegate and , at his trade, carpentering.
One Year, in advance...
of Special Interests.
particular. There was no hitch, and Surveyor Jones, the only officers re
MKs Fanny Donegan, who has tteen
The moneybags and mossbacks of the entertainment was continuous for elected, remain of the former regime. teaching sch.sil at Burns, returned
Advertisements inserted at reasona
the United States senate continue to1 nearly twenty-four hours.
J. M. Rader is In charge of the sher to Jacksocville Tuesday, to pass her
stand out doggedly against the will of pains nor expense had l>een spared, iff's office, and has appointed Oris vacation.
the people, which would replace their ^hieh with the gZ»d t^te^nd 'sp'len-
Crawford as his deputy.
Mlles McNally and Stanley Easton,
M ercur , Utah, one of the most not
klnd with live men directly responsible , lli(1 lnanair,.ln,.nt of those in command
John S. Orth, the new county clerk, who, hail from Spokane and San
ed mining camps, was destroyed by fire
to their constituents.
| conspirtnl to make a celebration that is assisted by T. J. Williamson.
Francisco respectively, are Inspecting
re ently. The loss foots up nearly $1,-
^ave entire satisfaction and gained the
County Treasurer Miller has made the mineral resources of thia county.
flcial expression on Feb. 13 last, when highest praise of the great number of the Jackson County Rank a depository :
H. B. Taylor of Princeton, Ind., a
L. T. H arris , who was re-elected as the house of representatives unani people in attendance.
for county fuuds. Robt. Dow is Ills, i brother of S. II. Taylor, and his wife,
a representative from Lane county, is mously passed the Corliss resolution,
Notwithstanding the threatening deputy.
who have been visiting In Jacksoville,
a prominent candidate for speaker of authorizing the submission of aa weather a big crowd began to assemble
Wilbur Jones, assessor-elect, will
the lower house of the legislature, with amendment to the constitution provid- I at about nlne o’clock. It was an agree- not assume his office until January, I left for tlielr home Thursday evening.
W. M. Clayton, late president of
excellent prospects of success.
Ing for the election of senators by pop- able 8Urpl.ise to the manager» of the next.
Southern Oregon State Normal
celebration, who had been wearing an
County Commissioner Patterson
C ol . D avid M. D unne ' s many
For more than three months that res ' ultramarine aspect for several days. met with his colleague last Monday School, will till the position of princi
friends will be pleased to learn that he olution has been in the hands of the
pal of the public school at Santa Ana,
I Before the afternoon's exercises begun for the first time.
will continue to fill the position of col
lector of internal revenue. He has made
The R. R. V. R. Co’.s coach la be
elections, and every effort has been had assembled, The day proved one quests as of yore.
an efficient and popular official.
handsomely painted, In and out
made to put it to death.
sjieeially suited to such an occasion—
Chauncey M. Depew, representing In neither’too warm nor too cold, Could o oooooooooooo oooooooooooo a side, and will present, h much Im
T he people of Oregon, without re
proved appearance. Mr. Daily is the
gard to party affiliations, will be pleas«! the senate the New York Central Rail- L such a day
ARE OUR SPECIALTY.
have been assured in ad-
to learn that the President will retain road company and Its corporate allies, I vttnoe the attendance would have been
We use only FRESH, PURE
M. Miller, Mrs. M. Otienchain,
Hon. Binger Hermann as commission sought to convert the amendment Into 1 even still better.
^txxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxiooooooo Mr. Mrs.
and them* are compounded
er of the general land office. He has
The day’s programme was com
J. Meyertholen of Baker county, an Cameron, Misses Maury, Sutton, Bar correctly. We take pleasure in
made an able, accommodating official. against it every senator who is op menced with a salute of 13 guns at sun
expert miner, is Inspecting our miner ber, Krause and Orme, G. N. Lewis,
posed to federal interference with state rise.
delivering PROMPTLY, to any
WHILE the press has presented an elections.
al resources. He is located at Wood C. H. Basye, M. M Taylor and H. G.
At 10 o'clock the parade was formed,
endless numlter of illustrations of the
A majority of the committee Is op and marshaled by Alex Orme, the grand
Dox attended the Installation of tile part of the city, prescriptions
Mont Pelee disaster, the illustrations posed to the Corliss resolution, a ma
of Ashland’s lodge of the left at our store, and request
marshal, passed through the principal
in the July Cosmopolitan, printed on jority is in favor of the Depew amend
streets in the following order:
1. 1 Belle, owned by Broad A Reed,yielded I. O. O. F. and Rebekah degree.
that your physician I k * asked to
fine paper with the most careful art, ment, a majority is against the Corliss
Grant's Pass Band. 2. Carriage con over #700. This is one of the best
leave them with us.
give a clearer idea of just what that resolution as changed by the Depew
taining the orator and reader. 3. The mines in Southern Oregon, and a
disaster means than anything hitherto amendment, and a majority is opposed
We will do the rest.
Flag, represented by Miss Edith Cran
Ashland Will Play Grant's
to reporting the resolution adversely.
fill. 4. Goddess oi Liberty, Miss Sallie
Cook & Howland have finished the
This remarkable report of the com Maury, o. Angel of Peace, Miss Jennie season’s work at their placer mines
F. I. D unbar , secretary of state, has
announced the official vote cast at the mittee's conclusions, submitted to the Woodford, attended by four cherubs. in Jump-otT-Joe district, after a run
A series of three games will l>o play
late election for and against the initia senate by Chairman Burrows, was "re 6. Justice, Miss Grace Reeves. 7. of nearly six months. They are well
ed between Thornton & Hildreth's
Liberty Car, containing 48 girls rep satisfied with the result.
tive and referendum amendment. The ceived with laughter.”
nine of Ashland and the Alerts of
If an insult which Impugns at once resenting the different states and
total number of electors voting was 92,-
A number of miners from abroad Grant's Pass, fora purse of »500. The
territories. 8. The Colonies, repre
92(i. Of these 62.024 voted in the the intelligence and candor of the sen sented by Miss Anna Keegan (flag have been in Jacksonville during the
lirst game will be played at Jackson
affirmative, 5,668 in the negative, while ate appeals to that body's sense of hu hearer), Misses Matney. Edith Priest. past week, most of whom went to the
ville Sunday, July 13th, on Neuber A
Bertha Orme, Margaret Krause, Nan
the balance did not vote at all. This mor, it is entitled to its mirth.
copper mines located near the sttte Taylor's grounds. Admission,25cents.
But the country will see nothing
proposition has therefore become an
Wendt, Ella Orth, Bessie Nickell, Anna liae. Tiiere is considerable activity
mirth provoking in the committee's af and
amendment to the constitution.
Dora Margreiter and Nannie Me- in that district.
Poisoning the System.
fronting report, which seeks by jug Callen,neatly dress»>d in black habitsand
A. W. Sturgis, who has successfully
It Is through the bowels that the
T he Review of Reviews for July is gling to conceal a little Its cynical de mounted on handsome steeds. 9. Red,
notable for well-considered editorial fiance of the electorate of the United White and Blue, Mary Colvig, Mer- operated a big placer mine In Forest body isclean-ed of impurities. Con
stipation keeps these poisons in the
discussions of the South African peace States. What the report says to the vena Kenney, Gertrude Dunnington. creek district for a pumber of years, system, causing headache, dullness
10. Knights of Pythias of Uniform last Thursday sold to the Medford
and its probable results, our own prob American people is just this:
and melancholia at first, then un
A full liae of Rubber Goods,
Rank, Medford. 11. Battleship Oregon,
lem in the Philippines, the Cuban
"You want to elect senators directly manned by Charlie Prim. Vivian Beach Bank 156 ounces of handsome gotd- sightly eruptions and finally serious comprising Fountain and Bulb
crisis, the isthmian canal question, the by your votes, do you? Well, you and Bryant DeBar. 12. The Islands dust, representlng a value of over illness, unless a remedy is applied.
DeWitt’s Little Early Risers prevent
work of Congress, the coal strike, the won’t be given that democratic right if — Hawaii, Lulu Arrasmith: Philippines »2500. He disposed of a like quantity this trouble by stimulating the liver Syringes, Atomizers, Combina
Mike Broad: Porto Rico. Frances there a short time before. As Mr.
shipbuilding and steamship combina we can help IL”
and promote easy, healthy action of tion Hot Water Bottle and
Kenney. 13. Oregon, with her differ
tions, the crop prospects of the year,
It is now the duty of senators who ent industries, represented by Misses Sturgis has just begun cleaning bed the bowels. These little pills do not Fountain Syringe, Hot Water
and many other topics of timely inter believe that the men of this country 'Amy Cantrall, Agnes Love, Ethel rock. it is evident that he lias a good i act violently, but t*y strengthening
the bowels enable them to perform Bottles, etc.
and not its money should govern it to i ! Flory. Clara Elmer. Myrtle .Sutton, producer, which is getting better stead their own work.
Never gripe or
I Mary Barber and Florence DeBar 14. ily.
In fact, everything jiertain-
THE Grand Cabin, Native Sons of I take the aggressive and force upon rec- ' ^Xonv'iihT
L~1 Club, with
Oregon, at its late session made a num ord every member who has the inso-1 Vance Colvig as mascot leading
to a first-class Pharmacy
lent hardihood to resist the clearly and 1 a goat,
Fairies- Mary Debar
ber of changes in the by-laws. The ex
will lx* found in our store.
frequently expressed will of the Amer q ueen, attended by Pearl
penses of the Grand Cabin will be re ican people.
There will be no services at the
Katie Murphy, Fleeta Ulrich, Laura
Catholic church in Jackson»ill.», Sun
duced more than one-half, and the per
The legislatures of no fewer than Neuber, Maud Newbury, Frances Hu
day, as Rev. D. Faber will hold ser
capita dues from local cabins have twenty-nine states have petitioned con bert. 16. The Ghentoi Girls, sym
vices at Ashland that day.
bolized by Misses Mabel and Maud
been decreased 75 per cent. It was de^ gress tor this amendment
Prim and Helen Colvig. 17. Tandem,
Rev. A. P. Gillette will li >ld ser
cided to establish sick lienefits for mem
Who doubts that if submitted to a driven by M’ss Emma Ulrich. 18. old
vices at the M. E. church In Jackson
bers. Officers for the ensuing year are: popular vote It would be adopted by a Woman in the Show (Lota Flory)
ville every second and fourth Sunday,
■ and her 13 children. 19. Hose Curt, will convene next Monday, the 14tb. morning and evening.
Alex. Sweek. grand president; W. N. tidal wave majority?
carrying Ora Norris. 20. Fire Engine.
Dan Rae, the well-known miner,has
Rev. S. H. Jones will bold services
Barrett, first vice president; O. B. Co
That Is why the mossbacks and mon- A11 »1 the participants were beautiful- become a resident of Klondike.
at the Presbyterian church in Jack
show, second vice president; J. P. Kav eybags of the senate oppose it and re- ly attired _ and
Sheriff Lewis has appointed Ernest sonville every Sunday.
anaugh, secretary; R. W. Hoyt, treas sort to every possible trick to prevent I'-v decorat‘,d’ *h‘le Ahe rh.o,a
urer; B. B. Beekman, orator; F. H. ,,
sion was one that attracted much at- Lister (who has tilled that position
Saylor, historian; E. M. Croisan, mar the amendment going to the people.
tention and was highly complimented. acceptably during the past four years) INDIAN WAR VETERANS
The only opposition worthy of the
shal: F. E Osborne, inside sen
The literary exercises, held at the
tinel; C. Matthieu, outer sentinel; slightest respect is that represented by court-house square and presided over as his deputy. It is an excellent ap
Should Send in Their Names— May
J. H Snodgrass, W. V. Wiley, E. R. Senator Hour. In his old fashioned | by Judge Prim, were of a superior pointment.
Drake. W. R. cheuer, T. M. Wilkins, way lie shivers with alarm at any sug character and well received
Jas. H. McCord, who has been in
E. A. M.
ne and J. H. Sewell gestion of improvemi nt upon the con strumental music was furnished by
Veterans are not nu
stitutional devices of the Federalist the Grant's Pass band, which always removed to Leland recently.
merous nowadays, and they may find
P ension C ommissioner W ake will father . who in their inherited British popular quartette sang a number of
Jas. D. Stevens, H. M. Myers and It difficult to establish their identity
next week issue blanks upon which feat* of the populace went as far as patriotic songs in their usual effective Dr. Shaw left Tuesday for Idaho sufficiently In order to get the benefit
Extends to everything in the
they dared in setting up checks upon manner. Rev. S. H. Jones’ benedic
Indian War veterans and their sur the popular will.
of the pension law lately passed by
tion was an impressive one and quite county, Idaho, where tiiey will enter
NO MATTER HOW
vivors, according to the recently en
There i^ t o argument advanced by appropos to the occasion. The immor the employ ofC. Hathaway, who rep Congress. If they will send their ad
acted law, will make application for [ten Senator Her In support of the exist tal declaration of independence was resents the Denver company which dress to tills office, together with the SMALL. Just 'phone your er-
sions. These blanks may be had on ing pmclicc t!i-t could n t be as well cleverly read by Miss Leila Prim, and Is operating a big placer mine. The compaoy and years In which they der and you will receive prompt
application to the department or from
inert of a proposal to with a fine elocutionary effect that first-named will occupy the position served, we will take pleasure In print
stirred the patriotism of the most pass of foreman, wiiicb he is well qualified
the members of the Oregon congres rest re i t’:e el. c’o -a! college the char ive. The oration of W. 1. Vawter of to dll.
ing It from time to time. This may
sional delegation. Each blank carries acter h:'e .ded I !!i<> f t'hers—that of Medford, a prominent attorney, was
enable them to supply the informa
with it full instructions as to the course a t’ellbcnt.'r • ’ od free to make its one of the best we have ever listened
If a Mae Llea to You.
tion required by the Government,
own ehaice f r pr. aident and vice pres to. It was well delivered and abound
to be pursued, instructions being so
ed with sentiment of the right kind.
explicit, both as to the evidence re ident.
ment, lotion, oi) or alleged healer
Custom has deprived the electoral Devoid of the spread-eagle efforts too is as good as Bucklen’s Arnica Balve, other. S end in your names .
quired and the manner in which claims
> f I u:cratic powers al often employed by orators, he im lell him thirty years of marvelous
shall be filed, that it will be unneces c<>l!e
Don't Fall to Try This.
sary for the pensioner to employ an at most
i-o ip’ tel;.- as if the transform pressed his hearers very favorably.
The afternoon was devoted to amuse cures of Piles, Burns, Boils, Corns,
torney. If any claim is held up, no one ing work had been done by constitu
an honest, trial is given
ments of different kinds for both old
better than a Senator or Representa tional amendment.
and Skin Eruptions proves It’s the to Electric Bitters for any trouble it
tive can have the difficulty adjusted,for
But custom —
The Calithumpians' parade- and ex best and cheapest. 25c at City Drug is recommended,for a permanent cure
they have a standing and priority be
will surely be effected. It never fails
were among the best features Store.
fore the department that is not accord
to tone the stomach, regulate the
ed attorneys. In fact, the attorneys
kidneys and bowels, stimulate the
sport. There were several splendid rep
A SERIOUS AFFRAY
the president and vice president.
are utterly without authority.
liver, invigorate the nerves and
The opposition to be overcome in the
purify the blood. It’s a wonderful
A NUMBER of extracts in the form of senate is not that made by a few had been specially engaged for the Almost Occurred in Medford Mon tonic for rundown systems. Electric
Bitters positively cures Kidney and
detached papers have just been issued |
'occasion; but fortunately a portion of
Liver Troubles, Stomach Disorders,
the talent had been warned by the
of Part V, Forest Reserves, of the I horror of change as such.
Nervousness, Sleeplessness Rheuma
The real challenge to the people authorities and did not respond: Pres
Twenty-first Annual Report of the
tism, Neuralgia and expels Malaria.
comes from men who are in the senate ident of the day, A. E. Ri-ames; musi
United States Geological Survey. Un not as representatives of their states, cal director. Chas. Nickell; chaplain. and is peaceable enough when solter, Satisfaction guaranteed by
der the existing taws the GeologicalI but as representatives of special inter Gus Newbury;
Clarence while under the influence of liquor Drug Store. Only 50 cents.
Kearnes. The oration was a clever assaulted ttie proprietor of one of the
Survey has charge of the mapping of ests in those states.
the Government forest reserves, and in I The Standard Oil company, the great burlesque and took the audience by saloons or this city with a piece of Iron Chautauqua Annual Meeting.
storm, as also did tho president's ef
addition is required to conduct a study I railroad cor;Mirations, the steel trust, forts and the music.
and a knile. The latter took the rod
The Southern Oregon Chautauqua
of the forest and woodlands—their dis the food trust and the trusts In gener
The ball game was witnessed by an from him, however, and used It with
tribution. the size and density of the al, the gigantic combinations of cap immense crowd and was won by the effect upon Ilia assailant’s head. As Assembly, July 9th—18th, at Ashland,
ital which have absorbed the natural Medford nine.
Oregon. Everything first-class—Lec
timber, the distribution of the leading I
resources of the country and to a large
A display of fireworks and a ball at it happened, neither party was hurt
economic species, the damage inflicted extent its business also, constitute the Orth’s nail ended the day's festivities. very much, but both had a narrow es tures; schools; music; fun; picture«:
good camping. Hon. Henry Watter
by fires, the extent to which the forests power» which speaks In the senate
cape from serious injury.
are pastured, the amount of timber al- j through such men as Depew.
It was intended at first to hush the son and Dr. Robert McIntyre are
Be sure to
ready cut, the effects of deforesting and : This power would fasten upon the
Vacation -time is here and the matter; but later a warrant for the among the lecturers.
other related features.
The papers ' republic in perpetuity a house of lords (hildren are tairly living out of doors. arrest of the aggressor was sworn out come. For particulars address
T. A. H ayek , Sec.,
There ci uld t<e no healthier place for and placed in the hands of Constable
fromthe Twenty-first Annual ’Report j for the trusts.
describe the progress of this work in [
Johnson. He had departed for other
the Lewis and Clark Reserves ot Mon-' democracy, who believe in government
No remedy scenes, however, and Is still at large.
tana, the Olympic and Mt. Rainier; by the people for the people, will insist most open-air «ports.
Reserves of Washington, the Ashland ' upon the Corliss amendment being equals DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve
and Cascade Range Reserves of South-■ brought to a vote. They will exhaust for quickly stopping pain or removing
era Oregon, and in the Stanislaus and j every parliamentary expedient to com danger of serious consequences. For To prevent Pneumonia and Consumption Is to
For Infanta and Children.
Lake Tahoe Reserves of California. pel the servitors of the trusts and the cuts, scalds and wounds. “J used cure your cold when It first apfM-ars. Acker**
The distribution and character of the J contemners of popular sovereignty ei DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Naive for sores English Remedy will atop the cough In a
cuts arid bruises,” »ays L. B. Johnson, night, and drive the cold out of your system.
woodlands of Indian Territory and the
a quick and sure cure for asthma, hron
timber conditions oi the Minnesota j ther to yield to the people’s will or go Swift, T< x. “It is the best remedy Always
chltis and all throat and lung troubles. If it
pine belt are also re sported'
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bers of congress.
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¿Southern Oregon Mines!
We also carry
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