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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1902)
given the attention of the executive MONTHLY PROCEEDINGS I THE MEDFORD
DR. HALE’S JUBILEE
HINTS I OR FARMERS»
boari! A special committee will be
■•«•tor Roar Pays a Glowla« Trf*.
Tobacco Ileal For Insect Prate.
appointed to take up the work of pro
ete to the Voaorablo Cl«r«ymaa.
Of the Jackson County Commission Makes Its Initial Bow-More Perfor
moting the 1906 Fair in behalf of the
Roar made tlie following ad.
Printed Every Thursday, by
ers' Court for August.
station. "Inaect Tests Attacking Truck
association. This committee will confer
dresa of congratulation at the recent
The audience which greeted tho
Times Printing Company with like committees appointed by the
letin tobacco dust, both as an insecti celebration in Roston of tbe Iler. Dr.
Washington and Idaho Associations.
In the matter of road petitioned for Medford Dramatic Society at Wilson’s cide uud fertiliser, receives unqualit! <1
C has . N ickell , Editor and Mgr.
Edward Everett Hale's eightieth birth
by lra Wakefield et a), praying for a opera house lust Saturday night was praise, autl, while fully agreeing with
day, saying In part:
change of county road leading from not as large as the entertainment most that Is said, my experience Is that
ROGUE RIVER’S POW
"I supjiuae If ull the people in this
tlie lower bridge on Big Butte creek to merited. “The Convict’s Daughter” It Is not a "cure all.” At present It Is
country nud indeed in all tbe quarters
One Year, in advance...................... $1.50
Leeds postoffice. Ordered by court is a clever play in four acts, requiring practically a waste product of tobacco
of Hie globe who would like to tell
Six Months........................................ 1.00
that Carl T. Jones be appointed to sur considerable talent to present it prop factories, und the nominal cost at
Advertisements inserted at reasona Transformation of Southern Oregon's vey said proposed change. Andrew erly. Although tho rehearsals were which It may be obtained entitles It to their grntltudo to Dr. Hale were to
come together to do it Bostou Common
Chartraw, 8. Vestal and C. Brophy ap few and obstacles many, tho perform a far more extensive use an a fertilizer
would not bold them. 1 have never
pointed viewers, to meet August'21 to ance reflected credit on thopartlol|>ant8,
anybody 111 all my long life whu
Entered st the Posuoftlce »t Jacksonville. Ore.,
some of whom did quite well.
quantity of power has been running to view,survey and alter said road.'
salt; as both worms ami bugs of some seemed to me to be jollied by the heart
as Second Class Mail Matter.
In the matter of a tie vote tn road
The cast of characters was: Jack species will live und thrive In It. While strings with so many men and women
waste in Rogue river; but so great a
wealth producer will no longer be district No. 27. In this district the Worthington. Homer Rothertnal; Col. an extensive use of It on rosebushes, wherever bo goea as Dr. llale. Dr.
Two residents of Davenport, Wash., allowed to lie in idleness,for the time June election resulted in a tie vote be Mathew Loe, Lynn Purdin; Jas. sweet peas, squash, cucumber, pump llale has not been u founder of a sect.
secretly made a plaster cast of Tracy's has come in the industrial develop tween McClannaban and Knighten. Blackburn, Carl Crystal;Officer Brown, kin and muskmelon vines has given He has never been a builder of parti
face and bust at night, after the body ment of Southern Oregon when this The latter having signified his will Geo. Merriman, Jr; Gerald Weston aud gratifying results. I almost ruined wa tion walls. Ho has helped throw down
had reached that town. Three copies immense power will all be required in ingness to the appolnttuentof McClan- Robt. Graham, Robt. Ransome; Mrs. termelon vines with Its use. At least 1 t good many. But still, without mak
ing proclamation, be bus lieen the
were made. They show that the operating the many Industries that nahan, the court made an order to Loe, Gertrude Wilson; Sadie, Mabel was aide to assign uo other cause for founder of ii school which lias enlarged
the failure. I was using It unstintedly
desperado was abnormally developed are now being established in various
on nil other varieties of vines and rea and broadened tlie church into tbe con
Monthly reports of sheriff, clerk, re Weston, Mae Merriman.
on the right side of his head and chest. parts of the valley.
soned that n like use would be helpful gregation and which lias brought tbs
It is the intention of the company to to the watermelons. The vines were whole congregation Into the church.
The first power plant to be put in corder, treasurer and hospital keeper
give another entertainment soon,when varieties which were being tested, and
V ictor W illiams , a Umatilla Rogue river in this county is now approved.
“I do not know another living man
Resignation of Thos. Pankey as con the popular drama, “In Old Ken they were treated tlie same ns the oth who Ims exercised n more powerful in
Indian, on his deathbed,the other day, being built at a point on the river 11
confessed to murdering Mrs. Agnes miles
_ of Medford and between stable for Table Rock precinct ac tucky,” will be put on with scenery ers, being liberally diikted with tobac- fluence on the practical life of Ills gen
co, with the result that Instead of eration. He inis taught us the truth,
Tessa nt in 1889. A young Indian . Tolo and Gold Hili, by the Gold Hili cepted and Wm. Fresham appointed made especially therefor.
pushing ahead they begun to go back- very simple, but which somehow no
named Pilyeu was arrested, tried and Mining Company, a strong organiza to vacancy.
ward and continued to do so uutll the body ever got bold of till be did, that
J. L. Rowe appointed supervisor of
hanged for the murder, the principal tion of New York capitalists, of which
dust was removed and the vines were virtue and brave living and helping
evidence against him being that his Dr. C. R. Ray is president and road district No. 23, vice J. R. Mor
other men can be made to grow by
Rev. A. P. Gillette will hild ser drenched. Tills may not lie conclusive, geometrical progression. I am told that
wife was found washing his shirt in manager and Orris Crawford Is secre rison, resigned.
but It weaned me from the use of It ap
The official bond of Garl T. Jones,
the Umatilla river. Justice is blind; tary. The dam will be 446 feet top
ville every second and fourth Sunday, plied directly to tlie vines. I still use Dr. llale Ims more oorres|M>iidenta In
but can see guilt in the circumstance measure, and 26 feat high from bed of county surveyor.filed, with E. Denton, morning and evening.
it on nil other vines and work It Into Asia than tlie Ixindon Times. 1 cannot
tell bow many persons are enrolM in
of an Indian having a clean shirt. Had tlie river. It is located where the J. U. Willeke, W. II. Patrick, Thos.
Rev. S. H. Jones will bold services tbe soil both before nud after planting. tbe clubs of which ho was tbe founder
his wife washed his socks, he would river passes through a narrow gorge, McAndrew, and C. B. Hostel as sure at the Presbyterian church In Jack —J. E. Morse in Uurni New Yorker.
have probably been lynched.
sonville every Sunday.
both banks and the bed being solid ties, examined and approved.
“But I am disqualified to do justice
Earthworms ■■ Soil Renovator*.
Rev. D. Faber’s appointments are:
granite, giving a perfect foundation
to tbe theme you have assigned to me.
“I’LL take two pounds of snake, for the dam. For tbe present only an
Sunday, Aug. 3d, Jacksonville, at 10
for they are seldom met with in soils For an impartial verdict you must get
please.” That accor ling to “J’earson’s electric power station will be put in, ber for 930 for tbe funeral expenses of a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Aug. 10th, Jack
that are destitute of orgnnic matter. an lmimrtinl juryman. You will have
Weekly” s what one may hear at cer the machinery for which is now on J. P. Rowe, and for the same amount a. m. and 7:30 p. m ; Aug. 15th, Jack They are simply renovators, and, as a to find somebody that loves him less
tain shops in Klamath Fails, where the way from the East, and which is in favor of T. E. Hills to defray the sonville, Feast of tho Assumption, 10 writer says, the richer the soil and the I than I do. You cannot find anybody
a. m.; Aug. 19th, Jacksonville, 8.30 a. more it Is manured the more numer that loves him more. To me ho lias
there is quite an extensive industry in to develop 1000-horse power. The funeral expenses of C. E. Reid.
County Assessor Pendleton was m.; Medford, 10:30 a. m.
snakes. Children gather their aprons race from tbe dam to the station will
ous they are. Their action as soil fer been friend and father and brother anti
tilizers consists in swallowing earth, counselor and companion and leader
full of snakes as they would of wild be twenty feet wide and six feet deep. granted until October 6,1902, in which
Only a Mask.
leaves or organic matter of ull kinds, nud Instructor, prophet of good hope,
flowers. The species of water snake so Electric wires will be run from the to complete the assessment roll for
not being benefited by the triturating it, converting It and then teacher of good cheer. Illa figure min
plentiful at Klamath Falls is of a dark station to the Gold Hill and the Jackson county for 1902, he having
summer vacation as they should be.
gles with my household life and with
color, and when full grown about three Braden mines, supplying them with represented to the court the impossi Now, notwithstanding much outdoor ejecting It over the surface of tlie field. the life of my country. I can hardly
In this way they very soon effect a
feet long. They are used for medicinal both light and power, the latter to be bility of completing the roll within life, they are little if any stronger complete inversion of the soil down to Imagine either without him. lie tiaa
than they were. The tan on their
purposes, as a superior quality of oil used in operating stamps, drills, etc. the time fixed by law.
a certain depth, especially on meadow pictured fur na the Intlnlto desolation
Warrant for 920 ordered drawn in faces is darker aud makes them look land which is left undisturbed to their of tbe man without u country; but
can be manufactured from this variety. Work on the station is to be com
healthier, but it is only a mask. They
menced at once, so as to have it com favor of Chas. Prim for purchase of are still nervous, easily tired, upset operation. They even make additions when his time eimll come wliat will be
T he grand lodge of Elks, in session pleted by the time the dam is put in. postage stamps for use of county offi by trifles, and they do not eat nor to the soil by bringing up fresh matter tbe desolation of tbe country without
sleep well. What they need is what from the subsoil. Every time a worm the man!
at Salt Lake last week, adopted the About 40 men are now being employed, cials.
“And now what can we give you who
In the matter of the compromise of tones the nerves, perfects digestion, is driven by dry weather or any other
recommendation of the committee on and tbe number will be increased as
creates appetite, and makes sleep re
have given us so much? We have
rules and laws, absolutely prohibiting soon as tbe work is further advanced. all unpaid taxes now due Jackson freshing, and that is Hood’s Sarsapa cause to descend deep it brings to the
surface aiid empties the contents of something to give on our aide. We
the bolding of street fairs or carnivals J. 8. Howard of Medford is the county ou account of assessments or rilla. Pupils and teachers generally Its body, a few particles of fresh earth. bring you a more costly and p redone
under the auspices of the Elks. As a engineer in charge, also of the several attempted assessments heretofore
vacation best subserved by this great At the same time it fertilizes the sub gift than nny jewel or diadem, though
number of lodges throughout the matters under contemplation by the made prior to and including the year medicine
which, as we know, “builds soil by opening up passages which en It came from an emperor's treasury.
country have already made arrange company. Mr. Howard after careful 1899 upon and against certain lands in up the whole system.”
“Lova Is a present for • mighty kin*
courage tbe roots of plants to pene
Ordered and ad-
ments for fairs or carnivals, to take surveys chose the one where the dam Jackson county,
trate deeper, these passnges being
“We bring you the heart’s love of
lined with excreted matter which pro Boston, where you were born, and
place in the next few months, the law is being put in, and his judgment has judged by the court that the offer of
vides a store of nourishment for the Worcester, where you took tbe early
will not go into effect until January 1. been fully sustained by expert engi W. N. Jones and F. P. Mays to pay
The debate over the question was neers brought by the company from into the county treasury 9500 as set- N ickell —P otter — At Oakland, roots. On meadow land Darwin found vows you have kept so well; of Massa
these worm casts amount annually to chusetts, who knows she has no wor
quite spirited, and the feeling among San Francisco and the East, to con tlement of same be accepted. -
Calif., Aug. 8, 1902, Chas. Nickell eighteen tons per acre nn<i on good thier son, and of the great and free
the members of the grand lodge that sult with him.
Warrants were drawn on treasurer
and Miss Belle Potter.
arable land to about ten tons.—Ameri country to which you bnve taught new
such fairs and carnivals were not in
lessons of patriotism and which you
Just above the dam the river be as follows:
H ays —H ouck —At Albany, Aug. 12, can Fertilizer.
accord with the fundamental princi comes slack and the bottom widens Salaries of officers................ .91157 04
have served in a thousand ways.
1902, John Hays and Miss Maude
ples of the order was evidently strong. out to nearly a half mile in width, so Indigent allowance...............
“This propbet Is honored In bls owa
Houck, both of Gold Hill.
country. There will lie a place found
that the backwater from the dam will Board of prisoners................
S oon after Gov. Geer's return from form a lake of nearly a section in ex Commissioners.......................
14 00 C ooper —J ones —At Ashland, Aug. At Panama, Colombia, by Cham for him somewhere in the house of
6, 1902, by Rev. J. T. Abbett, Lester
many mansions. 1 do not know what
Crater Lake, in response to a question tent, affording a perfect place for Election expenses ................
berlain’s Colic, Cholera and
will bo tbe employment of our dear
E. Cooper and Miss Olive E. Jones.
as to his position on the convict re booming logs. To handle logs, of Rogue river ferrvman.........
friend in tbe world whose messages
wards and the developments in the which immense quantities can be Wood........................................
Dr. Chas. Utter, a prominent physi tie hiia been bringing to us ro long, but
Aug. 2, 1902, by Rev. J. W. Mc cian of Panama, Colombia, in a recent
case, he said there were no new devel had in the tine forests on the upper Booksand printing...............
I like to think tie will be sent on corns
Dougall, Chas. Crow and Miss Julia letter states: “Last March I had as a errands like thnt of tbe presence which
opments, and that no claims had been waters of Rogue river, and which Bridges.................................... .. 253 40
filed for capturing Tracy outside of can be run down the river to the Coroner’s inquest................
age, who iiad a very bad attack of came to Ben Adbetn with a great wak
the Creston party. Speaking of the boom with no difficulty at al), is a Justice court expenses.........
42 50 G rubb —R obektson — At Ashland, dysentry. Everything I prescribed ening light, rich and like a Illy In bloom,
payment of rewards, Mr. Geer said: part of the plans of the company. Supervisors’ compensation .. 343 no
Aug. 6, 1902, by Rev. F. L. Kendall, for her proved ineffectual and she was to tell him Hint (be nume of bla> who
“The Governor of Oregon has nothing Later on a sawmill and a box and a Examining insane................
Chas. P. Grubb and Miss Jessie L. growing worse every hour. Her par loved tils fellow man le<l all tlie names
ents were sure she would die. She of those whom the love of God had
to do with offering or paying rewards match factory will be put in at the Sundries.................................
had become so weak that she could not blessed.”
for escaped convicts; my opinion is, dam, and a switch will be run from
H enderson —W agner —At Grant’s turn over in bod. What to do at this
In response Dl. Hale said: “Put your
however, that Mrs. Wagoner should tho Southern Pacific track, which is
A Cure for Cholera Infantum.
Pass, by Rev. Robt. Leslie, Bertram critical moment was a study for me, self la my place. I am to do aometblag
be paid perhaps one-half of the Merrill but a few hundred feet distant, to the
“Last May,” says Mrs. Curtis Baker
Henderson and Kate Wagner.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and as which I have all along advised young
reward, and that the Tracy reward factories, giving easy transportation of Bookwaiter, Ohio, “an infant child
a last resort prescribed it. The most men not to do. nnd that la to talk about
should be divided equally between facilities for shipments by rail.
won ierful result was effected. With myself. It would seem for a moment
This power project is but the fore
the five men who actually captured
in eight hours she was feeling much as if we must look backward and oof
runner of man; similar plants that
better; ins!de of three days she was forward.“
him and the boy Goldfinch.”
will beput In to utilize the vast water a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, G rover —At Central Point, Aug. 11, upon her feet and at the end of one
power of Rogue river. And such is Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the
week was entirely well.” For sale by PEDIGREE OF
1902, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grover, City
ALMOSTcveryone who has read H. the descent of the river that dams house, telling them I felt sure it
G. Wells’ scientific romances has felt could be put In every mile or two would do good lf used according to
directions. In two days’ time the
that they had a peculiar quality of and not interfere with each other. child bad fully recovered, and Is now
The fleaae of Toaeh.
By means of electric transmission all
The grain was “raised” by old Me-
reasonableness all the author’s own. the
The sense of touch in man ia moat
thousa nds of horse power to be bad (nearly a year since) a vigorous,
highly developed on the skin, but mu thusaleh, and “mashed" by the Rock
One does not find in Mr. Wells’ work from Rogue river can be brought to healthy girl. I have recommended
the burlesque scenes and farcial charac Medford, and other transportation this Remedy frequently and have B rowning —At Placer. Aug. 2, 1902, cous or serous surfaces are also ca of Ages; distilled near the Pyramid of
never known it to fail in any single
Egypt by the Sphynx; water drawn
ters of Jules Verne’s work. The great centers, and used in running factories instance.” For sale by City Drug
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. pable of conveying impressions. Some
the Rock Moses smote; dripped
difference between Jules Verne and power will also be used for operating Store.
Browning; aged 1 year.
than others and are usually devoid of through a worm 10,000 miles long;
Mr. Wells is that the latter was trained electric railroads, of which there will
GRIFFIN—On Griffin Creek, Aug. 2, hairs, as the tip of the tongue, the heated up by Mount Vesuvius; shaken
in scientific methods of thought, be a road from Medford to Crater REDUCED RATES TO THE EAST
1902, Frankie, only son of Mr. and ends of the fingers and the lips. It up by innumerable earthquakes; puri
while the former was not. Before Lake and from Jacksonville to (Apple
Mrs. Henry Griffin; aged 9 years and will be noticed that these are so situ fied by being drawn through the Great
Jules Verne took to romances he wrote gate.
ated as to keep us conveniently In
trip will be Interested to know that
Desert of Sahara, and stored In the
operatic , libretti; before Mr. Wells
there will shortly be on sale greatly R obertson —At Grant’s Pass, Aug. formed of what is going on arouqd us.
Cave of Kentucky; rescued
took to romances he was a pupil of
1, 1902, Robert Robertson.
by old Noah and shipped In the Ark;
with the Rio Grande System, the
Huxley in the Royal College of Science.
The laevitable Reaalt.
The University of Oregon will open famous “Scenic Line of the World.”
landed on Mount Ararat; rendered re
S impkins —At Grant’s Pass, Aug. 5,
The Cosmopolitan for August presents
This line offers its passengers a
Nell—Just one month ago today Stel spectable by age; crowned with the
its twenty seventh session at Eugene,
an article on Mr. Wells and his work,
most delightful and comfortable
la and I agreed to point out each oth Glories of Antiquity; sampled by Roy
Wednesday, September 17th. The nurney to all eastern points.
which will prove Interesting, not only
er’s faults without reserve.
outlook for the year seems at present
alty; guaranteed by the Pope; Inspect
It is tbe only transcontinental line
to those who have read this author's
Bess—And are you still doing it7
very promising. A number of new passing directly through quaint and
ed by 500 revenue officials; glorified by
books, but also to those for whom this
picture que Salt Lake City. "The
Stamps; covered with the cobwebs of
pleasure is in store.
City of the Saints,” beautiful Glen-
all thoroughly fitted both by prepara wood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo, Col
creation; then shipped to A. P. Esta
tion and by experience fortheir work. orado Springs (where a side trip may
brook, where It was christened "Our
T he Oregon Press Association’s The University buildings are being be made to the “Garden of the Gods”
Mash." «It has no relatives living, but
“What big words your sister uses, relies upon its own merit for passage
annual meeting, held at Newport last repaired and improved during the and the summit of Pike’s Peak over
cog-wheel railroad) and Denver,
week, was an interesting one. The summer, the dormitory, gymnasium, the
the queen city of tbe inter-mountain
"Yea; she does when she’s first in through life.
attendance was good, and considerable and Deady Hall receiving especial at region. Stop-overs are allowed on all
The above pedigree was found lately
troduced. She’ll be all right after
business was transacted. At Friday’s tention.
classes of tickets.
io Egypt upon removing Cleopatra’s
Three daily express trains make
session Arthur Conklin, of Grant’s
Students intending to enter this
Needle and promptly forwarded to
connections with all trains east
Pass, was elected president; Frank school are invited to correspond with close
A. P. Estabrook, Gold Hill, Oregon,
and west, and afford a choice of five
Davey, of Salem, first vice-president; the president relative to their work. distinct routes of travel. The equip
tbe leading druggist.
Can find employment at Rehkopf’s
Albert Tozier, secretary; Miss Fannie Catalogueswill cheerfully be sent on ment of these trains is the best, In
hop yards at Applegate during the
cluding free reclining chair cars,
Gotschall, of Portland, treasurer; G. application.
ENGINE FOR SADE.
season. Picking begins Sept. 1st. Call
standard and tourist sleepers, a per
E. Himes, historian,and F. S. Harding,
on or address A. Rehkopf, Applegate.
fect dining car service, and also
An able address
500 HOP-PICKERS WANTED.
personally conducted excursion cars,
A three-horse engine with boiler, in
was delivered by M. L. Pipes, of Port
each in charge of a competent guide,
Rates Again Reduced.
good condition, can be obtained at a
A large number of people can obtain whose business is to look after tbe
land, on the subject of “Libel Laws of
Before you make deflnlts arrangements for bargain by applying at Gault & Cook'a
that trip eaat let ua quote you ratea via the
Oregon.” D. M. C. Gault, of Hillsboro, employment at good wages at the hop comfort of bis guests.
Central Railroad. Our rales are ths machine «hop, Medford.
of John Ranzau, situated a few
loweat to be had, and It will pay you to wrlje
addressed the association on the sub- yards
miles west of Grant’s Pass, during tbe crossing the Continent can be found
ua. It you haven't time to communicate with
ject of “Newspaper Legislation,” and season, which commences about Sept. than Is providrd by these excursions.
ua toll the a*ent from whom you purchase your
tloket that you want to travel by way ot the
Mrs. Weatherred and others read 1st. Apply to him before it is too For additional details address
Illinois Central, and you will never regret the of suffering from Indigestion it you est what
J. D. M ansfield ,
trip. If any of your relattvea or frlenda In tho gou want, or os tarvlng yourself to avoid such
excellent papers. It was the unani late. His postoffice address is Grant’s
Gen’l Ag'L Rio Grande Lines, 124 Th« beverage mad« from Fif pniDC east are comln» went while tbe low rates sre
DV»WI*I» Tablets taken
mous voice of the association to pro
In effect, write us about them, ana we will aee after eating will digest
Third St., Portland, Oregon.
your food perfectly and
that they get tbe lowest rates with tho beet free you rom all disagreeable symptoms of In-
mote the two great movements that
Cereal •• smooth, palatable Md •ervloe. Throuyb tourist ears, personally con
FRESH FRUIT WANTED.
Eat what you like
now confront the State. One is the
■RtrltkNi«. Baca«*« of the largo ducted excuraloa care, free reclining ohalr
oars, In fact all the latest convenience. known ward. POsttiyely guaranteed
I am In the market for Freeh Fruit,
Lewis A Clark Exposition;theother the
percentage of natural aaccharlua mat« to modern railroading For particulars reeard- w! re re“\"re.r*IUBded lf ’!ou Bre Your satIMIed.
Ing rates, time, service, stop-over«, different Write to usfors free ssmple. WH H ook an
znatterofimmigration. The strengthen such as Peaches, Pears and Apples.
ter In flga and prunes, Flgpruno oonne.Uon.and
rontgn^tc.fc.u,^sU on or
F. O senbrugge ,
Y' *• p- Kstabreok. Gold
ing of the association, both in numbers Studebaker Bros. Co. Warehouse, Med WgMtW»
requires less augar than any other
Hill, tbe leading druggist.
1« Third St,
cereal coffee, w An Grocers Sell It.
and otherwise, is a matter that will be
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