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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1904)
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1904
Hotel de Rader is full to overflowing
PARDEE VISITS THE FAIR.
There are nine guest« and every cell
Robt. M. Cook of Gall's Creek was In has more than one occupant. The
C. C. Ragsdale has gone to Califor Inspects State Exhibit and Says He le
our city Monday on probate business, j
nia on a short business trip.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
IHIS YOUNG WOMAN APPEALED U
G. Martin of Beagle was in
St. Louis. June - 27. <. Governor Par
through tbe base of a hill, the Klam-J
VAIN FOR HELP.
W. I. Vawter was in Jacksonville dee of California, accompanied by Jacksonville Thursday.
A large hay crop of good quality has ; son’« turkey« last winter and were sent
P. c. ath Irrigation Company will provide
about been gathered. It is selling for to the county jail for «ix month« by Tuesday afternoon, on legal business Commissioners Wiggins and Filcher,' T. J. Oden of Wimer has been in the
Justice Purdin will be released in a few
When Hope had Almost Settled Into Uttar Medfoid................ 5
.500 water for the reclamation of 30,00u • 10 a ton delivered.
Lewis El * ood went to Grants Pas« Saturday began an inspection of the central valley, on a business trip
IMapalr Relief Came from au
.500 acres of arid land, thus more than
Monday, to visit relatives and friends. California exhibits at the World’s fair, j Z. Cameron, the Uniontown cap.ta-
.400 doubling the area uf irrigated laud iu ' The County Commissioner’s court,
Gold Hill.............. 4
will be In regular session next week,be Gold Hill will have a first-class cele Hon. E. B. Dufur of Foots Creek has He first visited Alining Gulch, where ’ list, was among us a few days ago.
Mrs. Emma Hvidebreder, of No. 1323
bration July 4th, if we are to judge been at the county-seat on legal busi the state is represented by a mill
ginning July 6th.
Joy street, Burlington, Iowa,whose hus
building, in which are installed two. C. J. McLaughlin of Applegate tar
from the program being prepared and
band is au employee of the Rand Lumber
and well-con tested game on the for the project,” said State Treasurer I George Ficke, the successful miner, | other arrangements in course of prepa ness.
working mills and concentrator». | ried in Medford awhile Wednesday.
Co., tells a story of pitiable suffering:
ha« returned to Jacksonville and will
Geo.Coulter,the well-known carriage From there the party passed to the
•‘For about live years,” she says, “I mer’s grounds Sunday. It was any Moore, upon his return from a visit
Frank Ankeny.superintendent of the
had a host of physical ills that kept me an body’s game until the t nd. Tne Nug to Klamath county. “Work is already re-engage jn prospecting.
duplicated. The crowd will be a large painter, made atrip to Jacksonville mines, education, forestry and agri-i Sterling mine, was with us Wednesday.
cultural buildings. Although but little j
E A. Sherwin has been appointed one,and those who attend will have no Saturday.
invalid and paaaled the doctors. Some gets were too many for Hulen’s in progress and the irrigation com
of them thought I was going into con Peaches, however, and won by a score pany has made contracts with farmers councilman from the first ward of occasion to regret it.
H. Withington was in Jacksonville time was allowed in each department, Jacob Olson ot Central Point precinct
sumption. At times I was so weak that of 6 to 5. Romer and Cleveland both for the irrigation of 25,000 to 30,000 Ashland, vice Wm. McGrath, resigned.
Monday on business with the probate the governor expressed himself as was a recent visitor in Medford.
well satisfied with what the prelimi Chas. C. Buck of Applegate and his
I could not comb my hair or even wash did good work in the box, as also did acres of land. Some of thi laud is al
S. G. VanDyke and Miss Mollie
nary inspection developed.
my face. Then excruciatiug pains ran most of the other players,errors being-
family were in our town Wednesday .
ready watered from the Ankeny ditch, Towne will represent Phoenix'« branch-
Mrs. S. B. Holmes and Mrs. W. B.
suddenly up my thigh and I had to be
es of the A. O. U. W. and Degree of ;20th’ aBed 53 }earB- She came to
J. M. Hurley, A. Wright and G. W.
carried to bed screaming in my agony.
Oregon in 1853, living in this state Officer of Eagle Point made Medford a
were recent visitor« in Medford.
I San Francisco. June 27.—M. S. Cook, ¡
1 could no longer do my work and the
ever since. Two daughters are left to visit Saturday.
drain upon my husband's purse was
Carter of Wimer and hie wife
There has been some warm weather
A. S. Hammond, tbe attorney, has
.50,000 acres of Irrigated land in Klam, during the past week. The thermom mourn her death—Miss Mary, a teach returned from a professional trip to of life is modeled after tho epicurean were in our town tne forepart of tbe
very heavy. I craved food but what I
AB it IB SH ro A»
principie, was arrested in Lo*» Angeles i week.
ate only gave me discomfort. My liver
ath Basin, aud it will be one of the eter registered as high as 100 degrees er in the Glendale school, and Miss Ida, Klamath Fails.
...5 0 0 0 9 o
.»ho lives at Salem; also a widowed
was torpid, and often I had to be carried Eastman c f ...5 1 3 0 0 Ö
Sunday on the charge of rteíraudíng I
prettiest valleys io Oregon.”
on two or three occasions.
Rev. J. D. Murphy will hold services
mother, two sisters and a brother liv
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Coffee of Gold a San Francisco automobile liveryman
to the door for air to save me from suf- Carter, If... ...5 1 1 0 1 1
the Catholic church in Ashland
Hili precinct «pent a few hours in Med with whom he ran up a bill of $500 in j
ing on this coast.
Martin, 2b .. .4 •> 3 0 5 3
tion work means tbe building of a was a recent Medford visitor. He made
“The worst was the pain which seemed Jacobs, lb.. .3 0 2 0 • 1
three days last week.-A detective will ¡
railroad across Eastern Oregon. Such a splendid run for county assessor,lack Thomas W. Hammond, son of Mr«.
as if my thigh were being pushed out of Neil, ss....... ...4 1 1 0 0 3
bring the young man back to San j Frank Voyle aud B. L. Hansen, tbe
a read will lie built across the state, ing only 28 votes of election.
I Francisco to appear before Judge Mo miners, spent a short time in Medford
my b<>dy. The best doctors could do was Freeburg, 3b 4 0 o 0 0 3 4
i just completed his third year at tbe is visiting relatives residing in Jackson
0 0 0
to deaden it by narcotics. Once they McKercher, rt 4 0
traversing the irrigated districts on
United States Military Academy at ville aud Medford.
thought I could not live for more than Cleveland p... 3 0 Ö 0 0 1
the Deschutes and in the Klamath
Cook, wbo Is 28 years old and a styl ;
two days. In one of my worst attacks,
Fred Luy and his family are rusticat lab dresser, Is said to have been left | County Treasurer Miller and Dr. B.
country, and tapping the timber belt Spike and Shorty Hope mines, located West Point,has won highest honors in
a frieud said : • Why dou’t you try Dr.
38 5 12 4
along tiie eastern slope of the Cascade in Talent district, wish to let contracts : lhe reorganization of his class for the ing at Bybee's Springe, which has be a considerable fortune in New York F. Adkins made a trip to Jacksonville
Williams’ Pink Pills? They are the
I ensuing and final year’s work in the come a popular resort.
real estate not long ago, and the short Wednesday.
Mountains. The business is there, for running a tunuel aud sinking a
gold hill .
ouly thiug that ever helped my rheuma
Robt. B. Dow, county recorder
aud the railroad will be a wonderful
Misses Mae Sutton and Mae Mulit of time he was in this city he spent
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! mand of Company A, which makes him Ashland registered at the Louisiana money with the prodigality of a mil elect, did business in Medford Wednes
“ I took his advice. After using one Mil.er, as................. 4 0 0 0 1 5
lionaire trying to unburden himself of day morning
and the populat ion will grow beyond tors of the No Percentage Pharmacy ■ tbe ranking officer of the battalion.
Purchase Exposition last week.
box I felt better, and I continued to use Mitchel), 2b............. 5 3 3 0 t 1
W. H. Bradshaw, former county
the pills for three or four mouths with McCormick, 3b........ 4 1 1 0
tion in this section. He will go to Cin
steady improvement until I was well. Perbam lb............... 3 1 1 0 6 •» 1
commissioner, was in Jacksonville
ings, has gone to St Louis. He will re
For four years I have been able to do all Romer, p................. 4 1 -> 0 0 «
K’amath Lake and in its natural nabar soon.
8350 for the capture and conviction of turn about the middle of July.
0 3 1
Be sure and use that old and well- Wednesday.
my household work, and uo longer have Flyun, c-................. 4 0
tried remedy, M rs . W inslow ' s S ooth
r f....... 4 0 0 0 3 0
state it a sagebrush plain. Tbe An
Clarence Reames, deputy district at
¡the “Holy Roller” prophet, Joshua
to take medicine for any serious trouble Courtney,
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Case of Buffalo
Delamater, cf..........4 0 g 0 1 0
keny ditch takes water out of Klam attorney of Ashland, will continue to ¡Creffleld. They will pay 8200 for his were among those who witneseed the ino S ykvp , forcbildren teething. It torney, was at Grants Pass this week,
I gave one box of Dr. Williams’ Pink Edding», If............. 3 0 Ü 0 O 0
8<othes the child, softens the gums,
ath River a short distance below the discharge the duties of the office. May 1 capture and 8150 for the conviction. base ball game played in Medford Sun allays the pain, cures wind colic aDd on official business.
Pills to a man on crutches because of
lake, and carries it arou id a hill to or Evans prevailed on him to reconsid I He is described as being about 30 day.
rheumatism and advised my market
35 6 11 0 _ • 11
is the best remedy for Diarrhoea
Mrs G. W. Thrasher has returned
woman to buy a box when »he was com
Twenty-live cents a bottle.
the level lands, where it supplies far er his resignation.
years old, very light complexion, light
Grant« Pass, accompanied by her
Miss Nora Sydow of Central Point i
plaining of the same trouble. 1 heard that
mers who are cultivating a total of
Mrs. D. MeCarthy of Albany and her hair and probably smooth shaven. He
mother, Mrs. Trefren.
he was soon able to throw his crutches
Earned runs—Ashland 3,GoldH 11, 3 about 15,000 acres of land.
Dodging the Sunday Law. | Tho«. Riley and J. Patterson,county
daughter, Miss Anna, wife and daugh weighs about 135 pounds and is five has returned from San Jo«e, where she
away, and she told me she had got rid of
Two-base hits—MiUaell 2, McCor
Tbe land without water is worth ter of tbe well-known locomotive en feet six inches tall.
commissioners, were in Jacksonville
the rheumatism by the use of oue box mick 1, Flynn 1, Martin 2, Neil 1.
Grants Hass and Ashland are uuder | Wednesday on official business.
85 t j 810 au acre. Tbe farmers gineer, are visiting in Ashland and
and could not thank me too much.”
Home runs—Mitchell 1.
C. W. Sherman of Portland, the the domination of the religious ele
agre* to pay tbe ditch company 810 an Grants Pass.
Testimony multiplies as to the tuag
' souvenir program of the eleventh an clever manager of tbe
A. D. Oliver, the expert miner, has
Penn Mutual ment, and the lot of the violitor of
nifioeutcurative powersof Dr Williams
acre for a perpetual water right and
Mrs. N. 1>. Julien of Shasta Valley, nual assembly of the Willamette Val
from Lompoc, Calif., and will
Bases o>- balls — Off Cleveland — •
tbe Sunday law Is a Lard one.
Pink Pills for Pale People in cases oi
81 per acre per year fur maintenance. Calif., and her daughter, Miss Gladys, ley Chautauqua Association, which
resume mining in Steamboat district.
rheumatism, neuralgia, nervous head
Land that is now worth 85 an acre will passed through the valley one day last meets at Gladstone Park July 12 and
Solomon V. Robinson of Junction
Hit by pitched bail—Cleveland 1.
ache, palpitation of the heart and al)
Miss Bernice Cameron leave« for Grants Pass Cigar Factory, was tried
be worth 825 to 830 as soon as 810 more week, on their returns from a visit at ’ continues in session 13 days. An emi-
has been in this section, visiting
Struck out—Cleveland 7, Romer 5. has been expended in securing a water the World's Fair.
forms of weakness in either male or
j nent author and lecturer, Dr. Thomas Portland this week, to join Mr.
female. They are sold by all druggist»
relatives. He Is a brother of Wm.
Left on bases—Ashland 7, Gold Hill right. This means much to the devel
Downing & McDonough have sold McCleay, who appears on the program
throughout the world.
i Since the Sunday-closing ordinance Robinson.
opment of tbe country.
their lumber business at Ashland to at Gladstone Park this year, has well World’« Fair.
Geo. H. Durham of Grants Pass, the
M. Rapp of Ashland was a Med- was P8s*e^ ,,e Pu- 'D a bakery and
Land that is raising one ton of rye the Pioneer Planing Mill Co., which is said that “Chautauqua is tbe people’s . Mrs.
Ir la net necessary for a politician to
A ne i ri xazi
Time of game, 1 hour and 45 min hay to the acre will, with water pro- composed of T. S. Downing, F. D. Rob- college, where they get the newest ford
visitor Saturday. She informs iu “«Pt ^’P«50 bi)U3e- T,ie Jur-V decided attorney, was in Jacksonville Wednes
buy public favor with money; It is not utes.
that her brother, Jas. R. Reame« of tbat tb'B wou^ not be sufficient day, on legal business.
thought in their own language.”
dace five tons of alfalfa, worth at gins and B. R. Stevens.
requisite that he shall be a machine
grounds fur keeping open that day: as
Fred Offenbaecber, a thrifty farmer
Phoenix precinct,is quite ill.
least as much per ton as the rye hay.
The County Commissioner«’ court
man; It is not obligatory upon him to
J. W. Opp, who has been operating
it was shown that be could not afford I living on Williams Creek, did business
The best and closest game of thP When the land has been set to alfalfa
Chas. Meterve, editor of the Jack
will be in session Wednesday, June his mines located a few miles west of
cater either to the whims of the bosses season was played on the Medford
t > do so fur that line of trade without
it will be worth 840 to 860 an acre.
29tb. This will be the last session of Jacksonville, for some time past, re sonville Sentinel, has been called to selling cigars. An ordinance will be with us one day this week.
or to the prejudice of the masses—In Athletic Association’s grounds last
W. K. Dunwoody, the miner, who is
the present court, when Judge Prim cently shipped a carload of concen-1 Columbia county by the serious illness prepared amending the present one,
order to gain and maintain a standing Sunday, by the Medturd aud Jackson
in tbe southwestern portion
in public office. We hear a great deal ville ?iuu«. The latter won by a
trates to the Tacoma smelter. The
exempting cigar stores from closing
has been spending a few
in these times of the decadence of the score of 2 to 1 after nine exciting and
l UV Ll
C? KJ U I Ck U V'
Sundays, Q as O the
Assessor Jones having practically fin I mill is running steadily and crushing a
old spirits of integrity by which men well-played innings. It was a pitch
ished his field work has begun tran ! large quantity of excellent ore every w Je (nee Jest \A ait) have been visitisg an(j drUg stores that keep open are al-
Jas Garvin of Wagner Creek dis
justified their elevation to an. their re ers bittie from beginning to end,both The official canvass of tbe returns of i scribing it,and the assessment roll for , day. Tbe monthly cleanup«, which ln the valley. 1 bey are now located at |owecj to ggU cigars, which is an un
the pioneer miners waein Jack
tention of their official position; and Hutton and Lester doing splendid the recent elect ion shows tbe Republi 1904 will eoon be under way. He is run into tbe thousands of dollars, Vaneouver. Wash. »
sonville Wednesday, cn business with
perhaps the criticism is true Vi a work and being well supported. There can plurality in Oregon to be more I being assisted by Robt. B. Dow.
are growing better as the ledge« arej R. G. Brown of Eagle Point attended
5ne circuit Court.
considerable extent. But the .’act; ; ; were a few errors,but uol of a
tly than 24,000. Fur Supreme Judge,
Milton Reynolds has re-elected been a worked at a greater 4*ww4b - -Kegotia the ball game in Medlord Sunday, ac
lies not with the ubl'c but wkh the character. We were unable to obtain
lions are now pending for Lhe sale] of companied by hi« nephew, Frank
Rev. Wm. Clyde of Ashland is filling
director of Merlin district. Mrs. H
official himself; for he might have, tbe official score in time for this issue, ' and Thos. O’Day 28,729,giving the Re
Rev. Robert Ennis’ pulpit in the Pres
tbe property to the eastern parties for Guerin of Portland.
publican candidane a plurality of ex D. Bacon and Miss Josie Crow have neat sum.
equal favor by the better means •»«-
District Attorney Reame« has gone ' Civil Engineer McCall and bis as- byterian church. Tte latter will soon
actly 24,217. The total vote of Ore been chosen as teachers of the school,
ployed in preceding generations, when
to Salem to argue the appellant'« side sistants have finished running tbe first arrive in Jacksonville, accompanied by
Medford and Ashland played a rag
gon for 1904 was 99,315, as compared w hich resume studies Sept. 12th.
Ideals certainly were not as dead as
in tbe case of Ferguson vs. Ray, in- preliminary survey of a railroad that his family.
ged game on the grounds of the latter with 92,920 for 1902, o an increase of
they are now alleged to be. A notable
J. F. Reddy, the successful promoter
C. J. Geer of Brownsboro was in
volving the ownership of a lot of gold ‘ W. F. Entropand his associate«, who
Saturday. The «corer was kept busy
instance of this fact Is in the career of
6395, or abiut 6i per cent.
of mining enterprise«, who is proml.
Wednesday. He inform« us
are heavily interested in limber lands,
marking down tallies, aDd when the
one man, Joseph W. Folk, district at
nently connected with the Blue Ledge,
stranger of the female per
agony was ended the score stood 17 to
Peter Wilson of Evan« Creek was In propose building from Big Butte Falls
T. A. Wood has been re-eieetedcom
torney at St. Louis. Mr. Folk enter
has been joined by bis wife and son,
at his home Thursday
13 in favor of Medford. It was evi
Medford Saturday, having one of his 10 some point in the central valley. It
ed office, as does many another young
who arrived from Spokane a short mander of the Indian War Veterans.
dently an off-day for both teams of 3118.
Objections to tbe selection of the at fingers,which was injured in the Morri- came oul at lhe former distiUer* buUd
man, with an aspiration to perform his
The direct primary law carried by a time since.
J. A. Marsh, who is an expert boat
Both Henley and Martin were easily
the northern portion of
torney were made on tbe ground that son Creek mill, attended to.
duty. That was the length,the breadth
D. Montague, a vote -an of the civil
majority of 39 851, the vote being 56,.
has built a neat little craft, for
found by the batters.
he bad been convicted cf fraud by th-
J. B. McGee made a trip to Cottage ■
and thickness of bis purpose; and un
war and an old-time printer, died at
306 for and 16,354 against.
Geo. E. Neu ber and
United States court, and that he had Grove last week. He was one of the
like some others he adhered to It. -
others, which will ply the waters of
, | verv expensive one.
Tbe office of State Printer amend Portland June 23d, aged 63 years. He never seen active service iu tbe early pioneer operators in
lower Squaw Lake. It will prove
ment failed to carry, tbe affirmative was employed on the Jacksonville Indian wars. He and H. D. Mount of mine« and did much to bring them into
receiving 45,334 votes, wbi'e 49,658 I
George H. Merritt, who is a student quite convenient in fishing in that
Jefferson were placed in nomination notice.
2 0 0 0 5 1 3 2 0-13
were necessary to makes required ma years ago.
: at the U. of O , ha« returned from Eu body of water.
fir grand commander. Commander
Al. Rose, the efficient supervisor of.
Prof G. H. Samuel« has been en Wood in reply to a query announced
jority of all votes cast at the election.
gene and will spend hie vacation at
A. T. Lundgren, the enterprising
Phoenix road district, made us a pleas
In race horse parlance, “they are all
was in our town Sunday. He
Representative Hermann was re
ant call Saturday. He has probably !
Come to most people and cause many in a bunch.” Ashland »Mil leads, but
us that matters at the Cook A
elected by a plurality of 6813 and Wil
troubles,—pimples, boils and other by a considerably reduced margin, liamson by a plurality of 14,353.
the ensuing term. He is well qualified j that if a commander was elected who built more geod roads than anybody I turn, eoon.
Green copper belt are looking up nioe-
else in Jackson county.
eruptions, besides loss of appetite, having lost two games, Saturday auc
J. W. Bailey was elected Dairy and therefor and will no doubt give general resided outside of Portland the organ-
W. H. Brevoort of New York, an ex
that tired feeling, fits of biliousness, Sunday. Medford and Jacksonville Food Commi-sioner over his Demo J satisfaction.
I Cure Sick Kidneys,
Izilion would become disrupted. Mr.
Frank McLoughlin and Miss Adeline
indigestion and headache.
W< od wa« elected by a large majority.
cratic opponent by a plurality of 24,-
Bladder and Ovarian diseases, and Thurston, a young couple well and fa
called to Plumas county, Calif, this Mr. Mount moved that tbe election be the principal stockholders in the all weaknesses in either sex with Cal vorably known in Applegate precinct,
The sooner one gets rid of them the not far behind.
famous Greenback mine, also Mr. ifornia Yerba Lip-Tus, a simple herb
better, and the way to get rid of them
Nearly every county shows an in week, by the intelligence that his un made unanimous. Two or three em Thompson, superintendent of that of great potency. Don,t delay. Send were joined in wedlock Sunaay. They
It is certain if Ashland and Gold
and to build up the system that has
crease in the total number of votes cle had fallen into a fire during a fit phatic noes were heard.
2 cts. postage for free treatment. have already gone to housekeeping at
property, were in our town Tuesday,
Hill would fix up their grounds, as
P rof . H. W. H ill , B ox 731-A, L cs the former’s home. We join in con
suffered from them is to take
cast, the only decrease being in
they should, better gam<s and more
gratulations and wishing them much
Clackamas, Gilliam, Grant, Harney,
interesting ones would be played at
joy and prosperity.
C. Geske, who is a thorough jeweler vice-commander, A. O. Lloyd; g and
Lake, Lincoln, Marion, Tillamook and
both places. This ought to be insisted
Retail Market Report
I K indly take notice that Ely's
and watchmaker, will not begin busi adjutant, Otto Kleeman; first grand
on by the patrons of the -port as well Umatilla counties.
Liquid Cream Balm is of great benefit
as the visiting teams.
Though there was a total vote of
The Heppner-Canyon City stage
sufferers from nasal catarrh who
Forming in combination the Spring
99,315 only 93,608 ballots were m irk not find a suitable location. He may ‘
line wa- held up Friday evening by impartial report of the prices charged cannot inhale freely through the noae,
lain, W. D. Ewit g; grand paymaster,
Medicine par excellence, ot unequalled
but must treat themselves by spray
three masked men. It was carrying by Jacksonville dealers:
ed for Supreme Judge, about 5700 per
strength in purifying the blood as
ing. Liquold Cream Balm differs in
Next Monday is our national holiday J. H. McMillan; grand marshal, G. the mail and three passengers at the
Wheat—SI per bushel.
sons not votiing for any candidate
form, but not medicinally from the
shown by unequalled, radical‘and per
time when three highwaymen emerg
for that office. Two years ago when - the 4th of July. Ashland, Gold Hill
Cream Balm that has stood for years
Oats—55c per bushel.
derwood; captain of tbe guard, Job a
manent cures of
ed from the timber on the mountain
Sisson, Calif., was visited by the there was a total of 92,920 votes cas',
at the bead of remedies for catarrh. It
Barley—Rolled, 11.50 per cental.
may be used in any nasal atomizer.
between Monument, and C.inyon City,
Hay—Per ton, baled, 112.
most disastrous fire in its history Sun only 87,719 marked their ballots for event in an appropriate
Tbe banquet given by McMillan
price, including a spraying tube,
demanding the United States mail
Boils, Pimples day afternoon.
Three entire busi
is 75 cents. Sold by druggists aud
Camp,Sons and Daughters of Veterans,
Onions—2jc per pound.
All kinds of Humer Psoriasis
ness blocks were burned, and a great
Out of a total of 99,315 who were en
mailed by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren
Butter—35@-60c per roll
was a great feature of the day. Over
■ St., New York.
part of tbe residence portion of the titled to vote for or against local op C. T. Sanford has received a commis 300 veterans and their wives were to hand over their valuables.
Beans—3(a'5c per pound.
The stage was being driven by B. E.
Lard—I2|c per pound.
Dyspepsia, Eto town went up in flames. The Tidings tion, 15,801 did not vote either way. «Ion from G iv. Chamberlain as a State
served. One table was reserved for
Willamette Valley Chautau
Eggs—20 cts per dozen.
Accept no substitute, but be sure to say that reports received in Ashland There were 26 746 voters wbo did not delegate to the American Mining Con veteran» over 80 years old. A musical Travis, owner, and there were three
sajs that nothing but the Southern express a choice on the direct primary gress to be held at Portland in August program was presented, among the
get Hood’s, and get it today.
Poultry—13.50 to $4.00 per dozen.
Pacific depot and what is locally law and a still larger number did not next. Jackson county will be allowed participants being the veteran male Tipton that the three bandits stepped
Hams—I6c(al7e per pound.
out from the brush onto the road and
three more delegates, to be named by
Shoulders—12Jc per pound.
Th Willamette Valley Chautauqua
TBK question of a change in the as known as “Whiskeytown” escaped vote on tbe State Printer amendment. looal associations.
will m< et. at Gladstone
The local option law lacked over 6000
A resolution was passed asking tbe
sessment rates of the A. O. U. W. will
Park, near Oregon Ci'y, July 12lh to
Tbe fire started at 3:30 o’clock in the
commissioner of pensions to reinstate
24 li, 1904, inclusive. The Southern
como up again at the Grand Lodge In
driver's head. There was nothing to
Pacific Co. will make reduced rate» on
this state when it meets at Portland confectionery store of J. F. Hansen, at the election, while the direct pri fable deputy, sustained a severe sprain T. A. Wood as an attorney for the do but obey, and the horses were
the certificate plau for this occasion.
in July. It is claimed that the older from a defective flue, and from there mary law had ove’ 6000 more than a of her ankle in Medford last Sunday, Indian war veterans.
(Jail oi any- S lutheru Pacific Agent
brought to a standstill.
Resolutions were also passed peti
For Infants and Children.
members are not paying as much as spread to the business section. The majority of all votes cast at the elec by her shoe tu rnlng while «be was go
f r advertising ma’ter.
they should toward keeping up the or total Ess is placed at 8200,000, with tion. Only a majority of ail votes ing down the steps of Ed. Wilkinson's tioning congress to pay the veterans mount with the passengeis. One of
der. It is now proposed that the rate insurance ot about 860,000. The heav cast on those subjects was necessary residence. Miss O. w:ll not be able to or their widows for service rendered the highwaymen searched the pockets
It Will Be To Your Interest.
on members over 55 shall be placed at iest losers are the Siskiyou Lumber & for their enactment, says the Oregon resume ber duties for a week at least. in tbe Cayuse war of 1847-8 in com of the driver and passengers, but fail
Noilop & Norris, who keep a re mon with the volunteers of 1855-61,
•4.20 per month. This will work a Mercantile Co., $30,000; Shuler-Knox ian.
If ym contemplate visiting the
sort near the Ashland depot, were also to issue them a land warrant for ed to get any money. In their hurry
great hardship on many who have Company, 850,000; Sharpe, 84,000; Mir
St. L -id- Exposition, to secure reliable
again arrested, charged with violating 160 acres of land. Auother resolution
informat i n as to railroad tervice,
been paying their assessments in the ror office, 83,000. Tiie following lost
the city’s liquor ordinance. They asks the Oregon legislature to pay one of the passengers had in his pock Are You Going to St. Louis P the lowest rate- a id th-* best routes.
order for a number of years.and in some Williams, Hansen, Osborn, Sloan, Lee
Also as to local conditions iu St.
pleaded guilty and were fined 875 and widows of veterans 82 a day for time et. They took the mail bags and com
instances will force them to drop out of & Silverstein, Bascom, Patchin,
Louis hotels, etc.
If so, purchase your ticket via the
spent by their husbands in fighting
the order, and as they are now too old Wheele», Brookfield, Woods, Breker,
l'v 'ii will write tne undersigned,
Following in the wake of the state costs, which they paid.
Edson, Union Hall Asso iation, Heaz, crganization of Native Sons of Ore
stating what information you desire,
E. E. Van Wert and R. A. Peabody, Indians in 1855 6.
to Insure themselves they will have to Douglas,
Choice of routes going aud return the st-me will be promptly furnished.
Clessens. Henshaw, Keyser,
do without insurance.
Kassen, Herman, Rostei and others. gon, which dissi lved after flourishing the expert Iowa spies, who are doing
scene of the robbery, where he found ing, via St. Paul, Denver, Colorado If we do tot have it on baud will
w|io«e losses in the aggregate amount for a time, the Native Daughters if the dirty work for the Anti-Saloon
secon it for you if possible, and with
the mall pouches cut open and all the Springs or Pueblo.
For rates call on your local agent. out my i xpeuee to you. Address
Oregon decided to disorganize. The League of Ashland, have caused
Dates of sale : June 16, 17. 18, July 1,
Tbe office of the P >«’al Telegraph |
B. H T rumbull ,
the arrest of L. P. Orr, who con
found some money in the mail they 2, 3, Aug. 3, 8, 10, Sept. 5. 6, 7, Oct. 3, C< lumerctal Agent, 142 Third Street,
Company, the telephone company's of-1 graud cabin of the Native Daughters
4, 5. For further information and
flee and the Postal’s line, extending met in sixth annual session at Port-
The Telegram in a recent Issue did not get any cash.
a distance of three-quarters of a mile, | land recently and de< ided to drop the jury will try the case.
The officers of Grant county are on sleeping car reservations call upon or
printed a picture of Miss Bessie Ken
A. H. M c D onald ,
present organization and reorganize
Peter Wilson, the clever proprietor ney, who Is a native of Medford, He- the tracks of the highwaymen who, address
father, Wm. G. Kenney, is at preseul have several hours start. Manager
140 Third St.,
Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver iuclude native sons in m mbership. Shingle Mills, is in the market with a marshal of Jacksonville.
Travis, of the stage line, says the
Mr-». Julia A Gault, of McMinnville, large assortment of first-class lumber,
Tablets Better than a Doctor's
Ina foot note the Telegram says; ' men were young and inexperieoc d Chautauqua at Ashland—July
president, recommended this change rough and dressed, and superior shin
‘•M,»s Bess Kenyon (nee Kenney), , They were exceedingly nervous while
in her addie s to the delegates. The gles galore. If you want anything in well-known for her excellent work as searching the passengers.
J. W. Turner, uf Truhart, Va., j
bis line let him figure with you.
says that Chamberlain’s Stomach and
Nigidialn “(¿uo Vadls?’’ 1« at pres
SCOTTS t ML'LSI ON won t make a
Great Lecturers. Chorus classes for
Liver Tablets have done him more membership the husbands uf native
The Barnett Nursery, located near ent in Portland, the guest of 11» r
hutnp back straight, neither will it make
good than anything he could get fn m daughter.« and tiie wives of native
Central Point, is In the market with a mother, Mrs. J. Hannam. She is a
a short leg long, but It feeds soft bone
under excellent direction. Numerous
the doctor. Ifauy physician in this I
and heals diseased bone and is among
county was able to compound a medi sons. The president, Mrs. Gault, large assortment of choice fruit trees, former Portland girl and has a wide
To Portland and return, 814 10. Ac- schools. Assembly tine. Vocal and in
the few genuine means of recovery in
cine that would produce such gratify Mrs Welch, the past president, and which are guaranteed to be true to circle of friends, who have watched count Mardi Gras aud carnival to be strumental music. Better than ever.
rickets and bone consumption.
ing results in cases of stomach trou Mrs. Mary Kujkendall were tbe re- name and just as represented. It ber stage career with great interest. held at Portlaud, June28 to July 9th,
Send for tree sample.
bles, biliousness or constipation, liis I cipieuts of a ppropriate jewel pins,
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
whole time would be used in prepar presented by members of the grand makes a specialty of tbe noted Ben She will remain here six weeks before and July 7tb, 1904. Limit, six days
409-41$ Pearl Street,
TO cura umisHpitian Forsirr
nett’ Seedling Apple, which Is proving returning to San Francisco to resume after date of sale, but not later than
ing this one medicine. For sale by ail
I aka Cascareis Candy Cat'.iartic ;c. ort«
July 10th, 1904.
I such a favorite.
ber theatrical engagements."
I City Drug Store.
'UC tall lu cure drueu'ul« -uluud uionttV
Rogue River Valley League
The Official Vote,
One Line Run
Indian War Veterans Meet.
Fire At Sisson
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Native Daughters Disband
A Jacksonville Girl.