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About The Medford mail. (Medford, Or.) 1893-1909 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1898)
OUR COUNTY ,
(J. C. JH'uk man hit returned from
a business trip lo Hun Frunoisito.
Mr. urn) Mth. N. LungoU made a
(rip to Ashland' the first of the
fllim KhIo Huckluy, of Applegalo,
vlHltml friend in Jacksonville dur
ing the week.
Mr. M. M. Obunohiiin arrived
from Klamath County lust Friday
for short vitilt.
Miss Klla Orth in iiuying friends
ut Kugene a visit, bojng the guest
of the Misses Anliony.
Miss Muniio Isaacs, of Medford,
1h visiting in Jacksonville, the guest
of Mrs. T. O. Reames.
Marriage license issued February
14, to Wilmer Hilt and Miss Ida
Lane, all of Arihlund.
Ed. Booth has returnod to Jack
sonville after an absence of several
years in eastern Oregon.
Mrs. Chas. llasyt and daughters
have gone to Missouri Flat to spend
the week with relatives.
Mack Wilson and bis brother-in-law,
Mr. Davidson, of Medford,
were visitors bore Tuesday.
Clarence Lane and Wilmer Hilt,
of Ashland, were down Monday
interviewing the county clerk.
Marriod At Talent, February
13, 1H0K, by Kev. Isaac Dawson,
F. P. Koper and Miss Delia M.
- D. N. Ilirdsey, the aged father of
Mrs. William Colvig, died at the
family residence in Hock Point,
February 11, after a lingering ill
ness. The interment was at the
Kock Point cemotery.
Don Cameron celebrated his fifth
birthday, February 10th, with a de
lightful juvenile party. The After
noon was spent in ' various sports
dear to children. Those present
were Don Cameron, Vance Uolvig,
France Kenney, Laura Nubor,
Fleta Ulrloh, Oertrudo Fay, Gene
vieve Ecklson, Zela Whito and
A reception was given at tho resi
dence of Mrs. E. J. Kubli last
Thursday evening in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. K. K. Kubli, who hod
just returned from a two weeks'
visit to Han Francisco. They were
met at the depot by toe Jackson
ville band and a delegation of
friends. At eight o'clock, as per
invitation, the guest began to ar
rive, and it was 12 e'clock before
the last ones departed. A delicious
luncheon was served daring the
evening. The parlors and dining
room were artistically decorated in
smllax and ivy tied with blue rib
bons. This was one of the most
brilliant social affairs that has ever
been held in Jacksonville. .
At the convention held at the
town hall last Thursday svening
the following ticket was nominated:
For marshal, J. H. Huffer, Jr.; re
corder, It. 8. Dunlap; treasurer, L.
L. Jacobs; etroot commissioner, G.
N. Lewis; trustees, J. Nunan, J. F.
White, ICmil Britt, John B. Orth
and G. M. Love. The main con
tust was for the office of marshal.
The sevoral aspirants for tho office
woro J. A. WilBon,' Chas. Dunford,
llonrv Ireland, Wm. Kadford, Wm.
Orob and J. II. Huffer, Jr. The
two last mentioned, having received
the highost number of votes, were
declared the opponents; on tho next
ballot Uuffor received eight votes
more than Orob, hence is the nomi
nee Mr. Grab is an independent
candidate, so the battlo will be
fought to a finish at the poll.
A little Klondike, right her at home
and the same is nothing more or
nothing- less than J. H. Bellinger's
dray uusinsss. aaa tne necsssarv imple
ments (or Its thorough and profitable
unnduat consisting of two good teams.
two drays and a whole lot -of other
fixtures that go with the sadness. See
J. H. Bellinger for particulars.
, Griffin Creek ftathtrmgt.
Miss V. Hamlin was visiting at
II. L. Griffin's Sunday.
Mrs. L. A. Murphy, who has been
quite ill for some time, is convaies
Mrs. 8. A. White was the guett
of Mn. J. P, True several days last
1 week. ....
Enterprise school started Hon
day, Feb. 7th, with Prof. Choee as
. teacher. '
J. L, Wilson and family wore
visiting at J, M. Ouches' one day
. Miss Cook, of Foots creek, Is here
on a visit to hor sister, Mrs. F,
Whetstone. , i
Messrs. T. Bradbnrv. and Arthur
Poo, of Medford, wore visiting at
J. P.-Truo's Sunday. , . ,
Willio Mumhv had tho misfor-
tune to injure his hand eovoroly
wliilo chopping wood reoentiy,oaue
lug oatarrh of the hand. Dr. Jones
dressed tho wound and it is now
gutting along nicely.
Misses Maud and Grace Wilson,
of Jacksonville precinct, wore visit
lug Miss Eva Hollos recontly.
Misses Rvdul Bradburvand Oer
trudo Wilson, of Medford, went the
guests of Miss Nuttie Sol inn Sunday
Mrs. C. A. Dickison, of Table
Rock, was over visiting her parent,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. BashfWd, ' last
Little Susio Fry has been quite
ill with a severe cold for sovoral
days, but is greatly improved at
J. M. Guohos is the happy pos
sessor of a fine now organ whieh he
purchased last week of Prof. Head,
There came iato my eaulosure. ill
mllea northeast ol Medford, about Jan
uary 1, IHflS, one white cow. 4 years old;
marks: Crop and two silt in right and
under bit In left ear 5 months old salf
with oow: also oaered heifer about two
Sears old tilt and under bit In left ear.
'wner will plea call for wiuio and
V. It. IIUMHUJ
. Lake Creek Items.
Gustolph Peck made a trip to
Medford last week;
Mrs. F. Farlow spent a few days
with her parents last week.
Miss Eva Conley was the guest
of Miss Edith Katrie last week.
W. M. Nussbaum is lying very
ill at his home on South Butte.
II. II. Wright, M. Sidloy and C.
Heater made a business trip to
Hagle Point last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Bradshaw, of
BrownBboro, are visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bradshaw.
M. Sidley will be the mail car
rier between Brownsboro and Lake
Creek for the next four yoars, be
having secured the contract.
Little Mabel Culbertson, the
youngest daughter of James Cul
bertson, recently had tbe misfortune
to out her arm badly by falling on
a crosscut Baw.
A Poonle's Partv club was or-
ganixed in this precinet last Satur
day. Tbe officers are W. H. Brad
shaw, president ; G. S. Hosmer, vice
president; M. u. Howies, secretary.
A long felt want is about to be
realized bv the Dconlo of South
Butte and that is a bridge across
tbe creek near tho him Farlow
ranch. Wagons have been oapsined,
horses have been drowned and
souie people have had clote calls
for their live in attempting to cross
this ugly stream. The people of
this neighborhood decidod that we
must have a bndge, so they turned
ont en masse, shouldered their axes
and went to the timber, and the
result is that tb timbers are all on
the ground where the bridge ' is to
be bniit, ready for training.
la the case proves flood's Sartaparllla
euros rbaumatitm, dyspepsia, oatarrh,
that tired toellng, serolula, salt rneum,
boilt. humors ana all blood disease.
Hood's Pills are prompt, offlolcnt,
always reliable, aafijr to take, easy to
Table Koe items.
Colby Adams visited Jacksonville
and Medford Monday.
Hon. S. M. Neolon attended the
Populist convention at Medford last
Miss Meta Morine left for Med
ford Friday and will bo tho guest
cf her friend, Miss Ferguson, for a
. T. H. Pendleton haB taken a eon
tract to open up a ledge for E. B.
Jennings, no IB' now running
Chas. Dickison and family made
a trip to Medford last Thursday,
and spent a few days visiting with
rolativos of Mrs. MicciBon.
At the school board meeting held
Tuesday, the directors elected Miss
Maude Downing to teach the spring
term of three month, to begin
Maroh 7th. '
Those are busy days for the farm
era and should ' this splendid
weather, continue for ten days
neatly everybody will be done seed'
ing. Quit different from last year.
Lots of jokes were cracked here
on valentine day, out as rar as we
can hear they were all taken with
good feelings, so no eno has oause
to feel sorry for this peculiar style
of celebrating a holiday.
Our neighbor, Nealon, had t
streak of bad 'look lately. A valu
able heifer died from an accident
and one of tho males that' had
served him faithfully for so many
yean, succumbed to old ago.
T. T. Pierce visited this section
last week, tho guest of Mr. Jennings,
and inBpootod tho uinnabar led go
that is noing oponod up, on the
head of Sardine oreek. They both
returned to Medford Monday.
, ( ..,-. . j. c.p.
- ((old Hill Anggeis.
Bart Signorotti left Wednesday
for California point.
H. A. Cryder closed a vory suc
cessful six month' term of school
at Rook Point on the 4tb.
A pleasant party was given at the
idonce of T. P. Downing on Tues
day evening in honor of Miss Graoe
llowden, who will leave soon mr
Elder H. W. P. Richardson has
just boeu with us again and preached
some excellent sermons, iiwecouiu
keen him here we believe toe cause
of Christ would grow oven here
Mesdsmus Caldwell, Burris, Bisli
and Smith came down from Ash
laud Monday evening, the 14th, and
Amethyst Kebekah lodge, No. 07,
was instituted with 45 charter mem
bers. Tbo following oflioers were
elected and installed : Mrs K J
Bsidler, N G; Miss Martha Card-
well, V G; Miss May Pendleton,
Mis Hatti Siseroor, finanoial
sec; Mr Mary Cryder, treae; J A
Harvey, V G; Miss Lucy uwene,
warden. Mrs Tilla Hammersley,
conductor; Mrs Mary Steele, chap-
Iain; H A Uryder, KsHu; Air l,
Moffitt, I. 8 N.G; Miss Libbie ren-
dleton, HBVGiMrs S Downing,
LBV G: Hiss Maggi Miller, I U;
J W Hay, O G. Supper wa served
at th Union nail ana a pleasant
time was had.
f Account of Mr. Birdsey's death
and the drowning of Mr. Randall
will bo found on another page. Kr.j
Raw Thl TakM fUM-toodillon t'odar
Which jtrtlSelal luararal I BtmBsial.
Xatnml urnninc is alwaya taking
place, enpecially in woody plant. The
thodding of leave and twigs is a fa
miliar eiample. Tbo douth and gradual
decay of branoben, doe to hading, tr
vation, crowding, fraezing or variou
m nob an leal injnrief, muy also be plaojd
nadw this bead. Tbera can be no ques
tion bnt that the artificial removal of
all bran ohm whioh are dead or dying ia
beMfloial to tbe plant In the natural
shedding of bares or twiga a layer of
oorklike call ia formod between the
part to be oat off and tbe parent plant,
o that when the leave fall the proceaa
of healing ia very soon complotod. In
tbe death or decay of branch a, howev
er, no tooh natural cutting off occur.
Tbe old stnb remains for a long time,
gradually ' docaying down into tbe
larger limb or trunk, no that wnen it
dooa fall it leaves a hole, in which wa
ter may gather and rot produoing fnngi
and baoteria devolop, and thus spread
deoay in tbo sound wood. The aooompa-
TnUKK OF UAPLK. SHOWIXO BOLE.
oyiog cnt from tbe agricultural depart
ment yearbook shows a bole left by a
limb which has decayed in this way.
Albert F. Woods, assistant cbiof, di
vision of, vegotablo physiology nnd pa
thology, says thnt if all such .limbs
were oat off close down to tho shoulder
or enlargement nt their base the living
cambium and bark would heal the
wound in the course of a few years, and
tho internal rotting would usually be
avoided, especially if the larger wounds
were pal o ted over as soon as dry
enough v. uU ooal tar. This kind of
pruning, at least, Is applicable and ben
eficial to all trees, no matter for what
purpose thoy are being cultivated, and
even if thoy aro not being cultivated at
It may be all that is required in park,
shade and ornamental trees, especially
if the natural Vabit of tbe tree in ques
tion is suited, as it should be, to tho locality-in
whioh it is grown. This is not
the case very often, however, pasticnlar
ly , in parks and along streets, where
modified conditions may demand a
different shaping of thp tree. Any mod
ifications necessary abonld bo mads hero,
bb in all other oases, while tbe trees are
Mara Mention. '
' At the last meeting of the American
Pomplogioal society the membership fee
wa reduced from 4 to $') and a mo
tion to hold annual instead ot biennial
'sessions was referred to tho executive
' The violet season lasts from Novem
ber to April, and during that time New
York eity spends 13,000,000 for the
The American Beauty rose now boa a
riyal In the President Carnot of more
' A box 15 by 15 by 10 inohes inside
will hold a busliol Every fruit grower
should have a large lot of them, nnd
winter is the time to moke them; Inch
white pine for ends and half inch pop
lar for sides and bottom. ' .
Amorionn Agriculturist montlons tho
following as among tho most promising
of tho now strawberries: Aroma,' Anna
Knnuodv." Boantv. Ooponiions, Clyde,
Onrrio,' Enormous, Glon ,Mnry, Hull's
Favorite, Portngo, Knby, mo, umpios,
GROWING PALM 8 INDOORS.
DlrtelloM Irtor ShiIi Th foBnIar
l-lwl. Is a Thrlltjr Condition.
Your florlitaulla yon a healthy, Imaliy
plant of olwir, brlgbt green color. Boon
the tips tunt browu and the new leaves
delay their opening, It Is told in tbe
Philadelphia Ledger that there is jnat
one cauiie for this obungn.
Unlike tbo atinosjihvrii of tlin green
bouao, that of the home in extremely
dry, and yet tbe plant baa been aboil-
PROI'llltl'IONS KOIl A PI.AVT rOT.
dantly watered. Now, you will see that
it is very foolinb to treat tbe roots in
one way while treating tbe crown in
another. You have plaoed it in a dry
atmosphere; therefore you must keep an
exoeu of wuU-r from tbe roots. Water
only when tbe nurface of tbe soil be
comes dry, and ot unoli times apray the
leavoii. I)o nut keep tbo room too warm,
as tbo warmer tbo air of tbe honae tbe
drier it will bv aluo. In tbe hothouse
palms will grow luxuriantly in a rex;
high temperature with much moisture,
but juitt tbe oppowta conditions moat be
obaorred when grown within tbe borne.
Occasionally loosen tbo surface of the
soil, wbicb should bo a mixture of sand,
loam and fine peat in oqnal parts. Thif
will allow the water to penetrate more
easily to tbe roots.
In potting giro plenty of drainage,
tbe mure if youusesuacera, which is not
adTised, as thoir use is likely to sour the
lower roots. Broken pottery is preferred
to pebbles, as the soil is not so likely to
work down tbrongb it. If saucers are
used, half fill tbcrui with coarse cinders,
as tho pot drainage will avail nothing tf
the orifioe in tbe bottom of the pot ia
closed. Do not at any time allow the
water to riso above tho cinders.
In tbe out aro represented a pot and
saucer in section, showing the propor
tion of soil and drainuge necessary. 'Che
authority quoted advises that the plant
be placed where it will receive plenty
of ann and light
Cherry Trees htfcuuiBB la Urau.
Our experience with cherry trees is
that they do not require cultivation.
Those we had in tbo garden were always
moro liable to rot und to be affected by
insects tban tbe trees that stood in ilry
places uud wero. surrounded by (jrass.
It may be tbat it is the extra mois;nro
in the oultivated soil that predisposes
cherries to rot, or it may bo tho umiinro
annually applied to tho garden iunl to
which the cherry tree routs help them
selves freely. The ohcrry tree docs not
do well with wet feet On bigb, dry
land its roots will run deeply enough to
find all tbe moisturo it iiculs aud on
snob land, in grats, is tbe bcht to plant
cherries for protitublo fruiting- Ann-r
MolehlnE a. Slrawberrx tl"d.
Tbo chief object of a luu.'cli is to bold
tho frost iu tbo ground, not to ki'ip it
out It is tbe freezing itii'l tbuuin;; in
spriug that injure the pluuts li.v lifting
or pulliug tbe roots unci leaving idem
exposed. Wait till tho grouud is frozen
hard enough to bear up a wauon und
then cover and leave the mulch until the
plants grow through it in the spring
The Freneli n heal crop iironiiM-s to
be very Rood in 13 departments, jjood
in 44 and is.tr in HI).
Siskiyou county, Cnl., at the January
terra of the board of supervisors naid
Kiisj in witness fees.
Ataiitnter's Mce ta Crete
XTOTIOE is herebT nvea tbat I. the under
IV slrneda baro this (Ut been appointed bv
tbeeoanty court ot Jackson County, Oregon,
admtatotraior of tbe estate of ElUa Dell, de
eeaaeO. All persons baring claims against
said estate most present tbem duly verified to
me at Medford, Oreooo, wltbto six months
from thfi data hereof. Dated at Meaiord. Ore
gov, this 17th day ot January. 1898. -
TN PllRBITAKCR of a deorea and order of
1 sale rendered in tho Circuit Court ot tho
state of Orenon. lor tho county, of jackaon. on
too 7th dav ol rMaember, A. D. 18H, la tho
ault of J. H, lme, plaiatm, vs. Hametto
Hliuoo, aeienaaat, ana 01 an exeouuon auiy
iMued ont of the said oourt in the said suit, on
tha 8th dav of rabruarv. A. D. 189. for the snm
or use uunarea aoventy ana ov-iuu iai7u.nui
Doltara. with IntareHt thereon at tho rata of If
oar aent nor annum from Deoembor S7. 1897.
and costs amoanling to K.G0, and the farther
sum of S2S.9S, attorney's fee, together with ao
ruiaf .eoau, I will expose for sale and will
soil, bb ue law uireow, m uio iront uwr 01 a
eoun nouss 01 bsio oounty, in tae town 01 jbbb.
soBviue, uraroBi. on
FRIDAY. MARCH IS. 1898.
At two o'tloek . m the real property de-
scrlaad fa said dsoree and order of aalo, to
Lot anmlxred thirty (88) la bloole autnberad
threa ttl ul lata numbered fonrtaaa (U and
Burtesa IIS) la block numbered four (4) ot the
Orchard Horn AssMlattoa Tract, la Jaeksoa
uountv, urscon. u
''. A.B. BiBKSS.
Sheriff ot Jaeltsou County, Oresoa
Dateu at JaoKaouviiie, ure., rsoruary v, issa.
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Apply Into the noitrlls. It Is qnlckly abaortwd. SO
aants st Dnwfrlsta or by mail ; samples 10c by mall.
ILT nnuTUKius as warren at,, new loravr-
SMeuMoVour liuwdn Ullh Camnii,
P.n.lbi"Aei "ure tnMilptin (orevar.
We, Ut. . If c. o. 0. fall, drugxMta refund nHwa
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I HUBBflRD BROS,, I
JOBBING OP .1.1. KINDS. .
All work guaranteed first-olase. Plans and estimates furnished
all kind of work either brick or wood.
Bills Ot LUMBER ot all kinds Oiled on
.uwo wiap. v.
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IRSflT.nWr.T rtniR11Tr!Kntreaarciiiiofiniitlpatl(n. Corrt arc the Meal Uitl
aOOUbUldbt UUBfianillCii; n. er iv anpeAot rase e ntnrlr,nUB. ?
ale lea beoklrt free. Ad, STERUNfl HKHKIrV Oil., thlcuo. nnntrnihiina., or Kew York, sn.I
is tho County Court of tha State of Oregon, for
the County of Jaehson.
Ia the matter of lbs Ktte of Allea 1. Sberrlll,
To Barauol C. Kberrlll. Ida If. Bherrlll, llortka
v. Bnernu,i;neiier u.sbBrriu, asaa ii yaars,
W. Everett Hhernll, Arthur J. Sberrlll, sl
17 years, Kdna V. Hherrlll, ased lo yaars, and
Mrs. Hope Main, and all otuir pernons later
eNted In aald Ktitatei
IN THE nuno of the Slate sf Oresoni You
aro hurebv reaulretl Ui aooeur iu tho above.
mcnttoned Court at tbe Court Huom thereof,
at JacltBOovlllo, In tho County of Jaouaon, on
Tuoaday, the Sth day of March'. ItlM,. at 10
o'aloek a. m., then and there to how cause, if
aay you navo, wny an oruersnouia not do nauo
enpowerlns; Thos. 11, B. Taylor, Admlalatrator
of aald Jistate, as prayed for In hla petition,
to eel! tbo real property thereto beloagluff,
which is described as follows:
N. W. i of rlcctloo 8, twp. 3A Roiltb, of RS0(
4 Weal of W. M. In Jackaoo County, Oregon,
containing ISO acres.
WltnesB the lion. Wm. fl. Crowell, Judge of
the Counu Court of tho Mule or Oregon, for tho
County of Juckiwi, with thu eal of aald Court
afflxed, this Mth day ul January, ISufl.
Attent: uau Om. A. JACKSON, Cleric.
JS-rsb. BiW.U. Jackson, Deputy.
Mrs. M. E. Rogers
J wVL A. V 1
Having lately purchased one of
the celebrated Newconjb Fly-Sbut-
ue looms l am prepared to do all
kinds of carpet and rug weaving.
Call and examine work. I guaran
tee flrst-clasa work at low prices ...
oae imiie north of Central Point, Ore.
Tfie Scientific II..-; Ci
Can balance up your old plug and
make a trotter out of him. 'My
new running plates are too slick
for aarthing. Will also make a i
big reduction on plow work-, ttew '
shares cheaper . than, you ever
got them. . .
All Work Warranted
"16 to F Barber SItos
3. B. HJLRJJEH. fropr
All work strictly first-class
and my prices are tbe low
est in tbe city.... . -.".'. .
Shop on Seventh ttre)t, op
posite Union Livery Stable.
Vienna Bakery. ..
. F. 'M.' WILSON, Prop'r .
f . .
Frah bread, pies, cakes- and cook
- iMialwuys on hand.', Lunches
prepared for outing partiea
... .and socials. ....
7th Street, Medford .
a wo jgUILD
short notice, Saab, Doors nnd Mill wo of al
nnw hwb vau nc bn oa enart noeiee.
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