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silk and wool wuittt pnt-
lorna unci full lino ot
this wook, Tlio new
brociulod moiro nilk for
waiutu. Also tlio latent
fall patterns in wool
waitilingB. Only one
pattern of u kind
Fall line of droHB and
'pedestrian nkirtH at
$3.05, fS.OO, $7.G0 and
$10.00 in all wool chev
iots and broadcloth, made with circular (buncos
and trimmed in moiro and taffeta silk
20 per cent
J. 6. Yan Dyke & Go.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings and Shoes
J. H. Butler, Funeral
Director, with Medford
Furniture Co., House
ful nlshers and Under
takers. 'Phone 163.
Postmaster Merrlman ho seourod
five yuan' lease on ttie I'rnll building
ornor ot Kal Seventh and A streets,
and on Boptombor 1st. or soon thereat
tor, bo will roovo hta son's blacksmith
hop thoroto and will' open for IiubI
neaa. Uo lint formed a partnerahlo
wllli Ills ion, Tom. who hu boon con
ducting a iliop In the otty for anveral
niut and the two will now do
work at tho anvil and forgo. Mr. Mer
rlman expooU lo put In about four houra
eacn day at tho ahop, but be does not
nronmo to allow tho businois to InUir
i. itl. hli duties a postmaster. He
will be at tho oflloo upon tho arrival and
departure of all malli and ai he ha.
competent help at tho office at other
.im i, (miIi that tho publlo will not
be Inoonvonlonoed In any way, Mr
Marrlraan'a hoalth baa not boon good
foraoveralmontha paat and be attrib
utes It to lack of exerolao.
For work or irooda In human hair.
go to Mra. L. L. Boamo, Modlord, uro.
Morohant V. L. Oranflll baa InvoBlod
in a motor bloyolo ono of thoao con
trivances which havo a little gaiollno
online fastoned to them and that hit
only tho high places on a thoroughfarr
at twenty rollos an hour and thor
eomo If you foroo 'em a llttlo. Tho
aro a very hnndy contrivance to havt
laying around If a follow wants lo gf
ome plaoo prolty qulok-nnd baok at
tho name spood, but they aro not at
carofulnaa rldor would Ilka them to
bo wbon the road, aro rooky and the
bump oloso togethor. This l a prolty
swllt paco wo nro traveling thoao days
nnd tho motor bicyolo eom quite the
proper artiolo to hurry u on to nn
early finish mayhaps, but thoro la some
eatlaf notion In being ahufflod oft quickly
If ono Is booked for a flnUh.
For Snlo Sovon acres of hind on
Hour crook, Baal Medford. Honry M II
lor. R. V. Dunlap, a gentlomnn from
IheOrlpplo Oreok mining district, who
Is now proBpoollng on Wagnor crock,
wim In Medford last Saturday. Tho
gontloman was In tho Uoguo Itlvor
valley 'way baok In the '10s, but ut that
tlmo tho gonoral surroundings worn m
as Inviting as now and ho did not ro
" main. In npoaklng of tho raining Inter
oata of Jackaon County ho anld that our
country wiib bb yot utioxplorod to fur ns
Vork und Philadelphia, whither ho
had boon to buy goods for bis firm, of
whloh ho la tho head. When bore he
was In purtnorBhlp with J. H. Butler.
Ho la now a motnbor of the oroon
Marahall Co,, wholesale und retail
paint dealers, of Lob Angolcs. Hla
many friends horo will be pleusod to
lonrn that fortune bus smiled kindly
and lavishly upon him.
Anv nun desirous of Hoouring a good
sawmill would do Wbll to boo George W.
Diiloy at t he mill on Koundtop, eleven
miles nst of Knglo Point. V. O. ud-
ross baglo l'olul, Urcgon,
Oomplulnts coma to us from somo
of our county subscribers to the olTeot
that they do not got their papers at
their rusnuotlvo noBtolllces at a tlmo
wbon they should. The pupors are all
put out of this office In amplo timo for
them to rouob all county subscribers on
Haturday. Papers for those offices lying
furtliust from tho railroad aro tout out
Thursday afternoon, and ought to, un
less they aro sldutruckod by some care
less postmaster, reach their destination
on Haturday, Wo bavo started an In
voBtlgntion to discovor, If possible,
where tho trouble lies, and when located
wo will aek tho postollloe dopar'lmen',
to provide a roinedy which can easily
I havo a carload of cemont whtob I
am selling in any quantity desired, at
reasonable prices. L. u. urown, Mod-
ford Feed store.
mltiorul wiu ooncornol. Tho mountains
and hills of Jackson County, said be,
would be worth a fabulous sum per
acre In the Cripple Greek district even
though there bo not a parllclo of sur
(ace tnlnorul Indication.. Tho quartz
is Inside those hills and tho 'Cripple
Oreok miner would know it and be
would be willing; to pay for aorcago.
Cow for sale Uradud shorthorn
cow. Fresh In nooul ten uuya. uavio
Grlahuuf, two miles southwest Central
Prof. N. A.Jacobs, by letter from
Corona: "BIod my paper going to
Riverside and send It to Corona, Calif,
Wa go baok to tho same school I taught
lust yoar. Wo shall surely return borne
next summer. Wo desired very muob
to oack uo and loate for Medford this
summer but thought It best to stay an
otbor year. Mrs. Jacobs Is entirely
woll now, having boon boaled through
Christian Science. I haven't worda to
oxpress my gratlludo and thankfulness
for this most happy result. Christian
Science did for ber wbat physlolana,
operations, drugs and climate failod to
do. Sho will roturn home noxt sum
mer a perfectly well woman, not tbe In
valid I brought down hero two years
Wanted Girl to work for board
and clothing and atlond school. Two
In lamlly Address AT ONCB Postollloo
liox No. 17, Medford.
Work on tho Palm-Bodgo building
was aomowbat Interfered with for a few
days this week owing to tho scarcity of
brick. Brick had been burned, how
ever, but the kiln bad not cooled sufll
olontly to warrant handling. Work Is
now In progress again and probably
will not again be Interrupted. Gee
walis, but that Is going to lo t pretty
block and TUB Mail can hardly with
stand tho temptation to smother tho
proprietors with bouquets for having
msdo a beauty spot from an eyosore
and a pcstllonoe brooding shack.
I will nav 40 cents ouch for full
grown whllo Leghorn pulleu, at bakery
M. 0. Cumpbell.
Dr. W. L. Cameron, of this cllyi
assisted by Dr. R. U. Galo, of Jackaon
vlllc, on Tuesday performed a surgloal
operation upon Mrs. J. D. Cook, of
Mxdford. tho operation boing tor tho
restoration of health generally. It was
quite a delloiilo operation, but has
nrovon thus far to havo boon n vory
siiccussful ono tho lady having recov
ered from the same vory quickly und Is
now on tho road to good honlth.
With tho new faollltlos that B. N.
Butler put In his shop, ho turnB out us
good work In repairing watches and
.'owolry ns any ono in Southern Oregon.
A. P. Green, who.sovoral yoars ugo,
was a houBO pnlutcr In Medford, pusaod
thrnuirh tho cltv Tnosday en routo to
his homo ut Los Angolos from Now
We have just received a Carload of
LIVERPOOL DAIRY SALT.,
ABSOLUTELY PURE WHITE
NO BLACK SPECS IN IT
ESPECIALLY FOR DAI11Y USE
I H. H. HOWARD & CO.
m MEDFORD, OREGON
In tho case of 0. W. Hamlin vs, J
It. Noll, suit to rocoyer bonds, before
Juitlce l'urdln, the case was dismissed
and an action taken lu the circuit court
for tho slate vs Hamlin for the forfeit'
ure of bonds given by Iluinlln for T, M
Howard. When Howard failed to ap
peur for bis hearing In a cattle stealing
caso Borne time ago, no suit was brought
against Hamlin, Howard's bondsman
for tho bonds. Now the bonds are out
Inwed and Hamlin sued to recover them
At this Juncture District Attorney
Hon m os brought suit in the cirouit
court In the name of the stale to forfeit
tho bonds and the original case waa dis
T. T. Merrlman's horscsboein
and eenoral blauksmltblng. Medford
Satisfaction guaranteed or no obargei
W. F. Halley, father of the Hulley
brothers, was struck by an Incoming
passongor train Friday morning. Be
was walking on tho end of tbe ties
between the Jacksonville and the
Soulborn PaolHo depots, and bis back
bulag turned to the Incoming train and
he vory deaf, be did not know of tho
train's approach until he was struck
Bo was struck on the shoulder and
thrown eomo llttlo distance, but as the
train was moving very slowly no Injury
was sustained, aud he was soon walkln
about aoomlngly none tbo worse for his
First class nronerW In Medford foi
sale or trade for ranch in Rogue rlvei
valley. Palm & York.
Mrs. 0. L. Cor win and daughte
Miss Contenna Rolhormal, bare pur
ohascd from Miss Lizzie Hoover ber
stock of millinery goods and havo re
openod tho store In tho building oppo
lu tho postoffioo. These ladies are
both praotical milliners and are prom
ising that part of Medford's population
which wear millinery goods that at
their store there will always be found a
One line of the very latest stylos In
seasonable goods. Miss Hoover has
gono to Roseburg,.Newport and Port
land for a few weeks' visit. She expects
later to engage in the millinery busi
ness at Roseburg.
Full wolirht country lard guaran
teed to Oe superior to any packing house
lard on the market. This lard la abso
lutely pure no adulterations. Try a
pail at Pottongor & Cox s Market.
W, R. Vallcly, a Southern Puclfio
brnkoman, was crushed to doath be
twoen two cars at Stelnman on Satur
day evening. Ho was ono of tbe crew
of a southbound freight, one oar of
which was derailed at tho switch, break'
ing tho train In two. Whllo Vallely
and anothor brnkoman wore examining
the extent of the accldonl tho air was
released on tho forward end ot the
train, allowing It to "slacx back" a few
feet, oatohlng tho unfortunate man be
tween the oirs. His remains wore sent
to his Inmlly at Pondloton for burial
Hnah nnld for oirffs. at Wilson's
grocory store, South C street, Medford,
Chns. Gorsllne mot with qulto an
acoidont on Tuosday of this wefk,
suiting In the death of a good horse.
He was coming from his father's saw
mill, on Andorson oreok, with a heavy
wagon load ot plokots, and whon going
down a stoop hill near tho B.Uloy plaoo
his braku stnff broke and the wagon
ran onto tho team pushing them down
the hill at n swift paoo. Near tho foot
of tho hill ono of tho horses bepnn
kloklnu nml In doing so foil to the
ground and tho heavily londed wagon
passed over It, tho whoola oruahlng It
so badly that tho animal died soon ai-
Sneolal dlsoount given to all pur
chasers of pianos and organs sold In tho
. . .1 : .Ufa MnnU Ilnii't nvnii.
Innlt this onnortunlty. Everything in
the musical lino onn bo had at tho Cobb
H. D. Flnob, tho gontleman who
rooontly sold the Orowoll place, near
Jacksonville, Ihna moved to the Klutn
place of fifty noros, noar Talent, whloh
ho has rented. Mr. Flnoh Is saying
that the follow who reported that he
was going to loavo tho valloy was mis
taken by sovoral degroos. "I have no
Idoa of leaving. It's a good country,
nd I um going to stay horo."
Butter and eggs wanted,' Cash or
trade. Medford Feed Utoro,
Ohurlos G. Wllkins, who was ar
rested at Ashland on August 11th, on
telegraphic Instructions from Orookston,
Polk County, MlnnoBOta, on a char go
of horso stealing, loft for the oast Mon
day In charge of 0. K. .Hurst, deputy
sheriff of Polk County. Ho 1b alloged
to hnvo procured four horses from a
farmer of Orookston, for the purpose of
logging In tho woods of northern Minne
sota, and disappeared shortly after
Fruit form of forty-one aorfts, 2000
boaring trooa, good buildings. If sold
soon fruit goes with place. I'rlco
2000. While & Trowbridgo.
-The Free Methodist camp meetings
which have been In progress at Ash-
land for. the past throe weeks have
olosed and on Haturday evening of this
week Hev. Goodo will open a series of
like meetings at Bugle Point. He will
bo assiBtod by Rev. Wilson, of Talent.
These meetings will continue from Aug.
30th to Sept. 7th, both dates inclusive.
I have 300 cords ot oak wood and
000 tiers of various kinds of wood for
salo. A. Slovor, tho drayman. Wood
delivered promptly to any part of tbe
Senator Mltaholl passed through
the valley on Sunday o i his way to San
FranolBco, where be will take steamer
on the 30th for the Hawaiian-Islands,
as chairman of the sonata committee
appointed on Pacific Islands nnd Porto
Rico. Tne other members of the com
mittee, Senators Burton, of Kansas,
and Foster, of Washington, will join
him at San Francisco.
-All kinds of sastt and doors und
screen doors', at lowest market price.
varloB from 40 to 60 cents a box, f. o. b.,
Last week William, the elght-yoar-old
son of Attorney W. I. Vawter, was
taken ill and for several days his malady
whs thought to be measles, bnt on Mon
day Dr. Cameron was called, and upon
an examination ho diagnosed the oaso
to bo diphtheria and began treatment
for the same. Dr. Parsons, of Ashland.
was callod In consultation and ho, too,
pronounced it to be dlphthorla. Anti
toxlno waa at onco administered, and
tbe boy Is now Improving, Tuesday
evening Dr. Cameron was called to pre
scribe for T. E.. Pottlngor, who was
sick and this caso, too, tbe doctor de
clared to bo diphtheria. Antitoxins
was given bypodermlcally, and its effect
was very marked and almost Immedlatu
results were noticeable in that within
a few hours after the Injection was ad
ministered the temperature of the
patient foil from 102 to normal. Pr.
Cameron Is of the opinion that there
will be no serious results from these
cases, as they are both doing nicely and
the disease has now been checked by
the medicines Injected. The health
committee met Wednesday afternoon
and appointed Dr. Cameron city physi
cian and health officer, empowering him
to offlolally direct tbe cleaning of all
Infected parts of the city and to insist
upon as strict a quarantine as be
uecmeu necessary. Antltoxtne Is a
substance capable of producing Immun
ity from certain diseases, or of counter
acting tbe poisonous effects of patho
gen lo bactoria, and has proven to be a
very great and almost absolcte prevent
ative of serious results in diphtheria
cases, especially when administered be
fore tbe disease is far advanced.
Valentine Pawley, an old soldier and
for several months past a familar figure
on the streets of this city, was brought
before Justice Purdin, on Wednesday,
charged with insanity. He waa ordered
taken to Jacksonville to await further
examination by the county court, on
Thursday- The result of tbe examina
tion is not known as we go to press.
My stock of groceries Is complete.
Come and get my prices. All kinds of
leoa. Medford reed btore.
"Babe" Tlco was arrested Tuesday
evening by Chief of Police Howard,
charged with being drunk and disor
derly. He was brought before Re
corder Suell Wednesday and was fined
$0 and costs. Tbo case was continued
until Tuesday of next week to allow
Tice to seoure funds with which to pay
When farmers have blacksmithing
to do they may be assured of first-class
work and reasonable prices, at T. T.
Merrlman's shop, Medford.
Jeweler Elwood: "8ay, for good
ness sake take that ad of mine out of
your paper. I have sold tbe horse and
buggy I advertised and ooold have
sold a dozen outfits If I bad them. No,
I have no kick coming against yon, ex
cept that your paper is too good an ad
vertising medium. '
New talking machines, new pianos
Ooss Piano Houso. Pianos from $150
up on easy terms.
Contractor Schermerborn has com
menced work on Mr. Lewis' unique
bungalow residenee. He has four car
penters at work and expects to com
plete the job in about six weeks. Mr.
Lewis is the gentleman who purchased
the Weeks & Orr fruit orchards last
-Parties desiring to bavo their corn
cut and bound oan be accommodated, If
tbey will leave their orders with Hub
Wtn. Edwards "Look at this ore
will you? It is some my son, Rufus,
sent me from tho Bohemia district,
where he has a 100-foot ledge. He
writcB that he Is in but forty or fifty
feet and that the ore assays 84 to the
It vou want fine cardies go to tbe
RaltHrv. whore vou will find all oream
candies made bv A. Learned, of Jack
sonville, and received fresh every week
and sold very reasonunie.
Modford makes not much of pre
tense as a peach shipping point, but it
is true nevertheless, that there is an av
erase of over ?00 boxes boing shipped
from hero bv express every day. The
heaviest shippers are Capt. Carrol, Al
Ion Smith and O. A. Beaver. The price
For Rent The Elite Dhoto studio.
best location in city. Inquire at The
A rather nnlque wedding cere
mony war performed lo this city on
Wednesday of this week. The contract
ing parties were James W. Charlton, ot
Louisville, Ky., and Miss Lena W.
Schmidt, of Portland, Oregon. Both
are members of tbe Symo & Luzino
Novelty Co., that performed here .last
evening. The ceremony was per
formed on the stage of the Wilson
Opera House by Judge C. P. Snell,
with Mgr. J. R. Wilson and Ivan Hnm-
ason as witnesses. Mrs. L. Schmidt
and G. Symo Schmidt, mother and
brother respectively of the bride, were
the ooly guests present.
Rough lumber at til nor thousand
for thirty days. O. E. Gorsline, Med-
He says he has to have it wants to get
all the local news of the county."
L.I'. Hubbs, salesman at F. K.;
Deuel A Co's. store, expects bis family
to arrive from Carthage, 111., today, Fril.
day. Mr. Hubbs baa rented the Merri
man residence, on North D street and.
at once commence housekeeping.
Wanted Two or three experienced
sawmill men. Enquire at O. E. Gors
llne s planing mill, Mealord.
Ashland has a street sprinkler. Ws
are glad to note this evidence of prog
ress in oar sister town. Jacksonville
and Medford have bad these necessary
articles lor several years.
The 17th Infantry of United States
Regulars passed through Medford ,
Saturday evening on their way from,
San Francisco to Vancouver, Wash.
Wells 4 8hearer have the best ,
equipped outfit for draylng and house- '
hold moving lo Medford. All kinds '
of wood for sale full measure and
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Brattatrom left
Thursday for their borne in Los Angeles,
after a visit with relatives near Medford.
Mrs. B. is a sister of F. J. Swenning. .
Merchant and Mrs. L. B. Brows,
are happy parents to a newgirl baby
whloh came to their home on Sunday,
Augnat 24, 1902. -
If it'a the VERY best ice oream yon
are looking for you haven't found it un
til you have tried Campbell's. Utners
put up a good oream out mere is ono .
kind that's best and that's the kind
Campbell makes. ' ;
Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Cameron aro
happy parents to a nine-pound boy baby
which came to their home on Monday
of this week.
Mrs. Lawrence Demmer was taken
suddenly ill Monday evening with para
lytic symptoms. Dr. Shearer la in at
tendance. Misa Helen Wait will commenca
teaching school next Monday in that
Dewey district, east of Medford. '
Mr. and Mrs. James Edmonds. Sun
day school missionaries for Oregon and
Washington, will hold meetings for Sun
day school Improvement at 3 p. m . and
:30 p. m. in the Baptist chnrch, Sept.
7th, 8th and 9th. All are welcome.
Work was commenced last week on
the new steel bridge, across Bear creek,
at this place, or rather, the work of tear
ing away the old bridge was commenced,
and this week the excavations are being
made for the stone piers which are to
support the bridge.
Wanted Teams to haul lumber
near Coles, Calif.; pine $2, fir 81.60.
Inquire of Hilt Sugar Pine Co., Coles,
Calif , or Wallace Woods, Medford,
"Rev. Robert McLean and his two
sons, Uerto tnd Edward, left on Tues
day for New York. Berto goes to enter
Hamilton college In New York state,
and Edward will go with his father to
b is ne w station at Porto Rico." Grants
Pass Mining Journal.
White It Trowbridge will write In
surance in reliable companies for yon.
L. B. Brown: "I received a postal
from T. H. Moore, formerly of Medford,
now in business at Klamath' Falls,
stating that he is parent to a new boy
baby which oame to his home on San
day, August 24, 1902."
Play tho game of All Nations.
M. Purdin met with quite a painful
accident, in his shop on North B street,
Tuesday morning. While working with
a horse, the animal jumped and landed
on Mr. Purdin's foot, oruahing it badly.
Fortunately no bones wore broken.
' Chickens wanted at the Central
market highest market price paid,
H.C.Turpin: "Here is the price
of another year's subscription to The
Mail, the paper to be sent as before to
my son, Tom Turpin, atMabton, Wash
At Home la a Print Sbop.
From the Coqallle BaUettn.
The Bulletin office acknowledges t
very pleasant call from Miss Virginia
Woodford, of the xedfobd biah
and Mra. Fred Slants. Miss Woodford
easily convinced ns tbat she is at home
in a print sbop. we nope ber visit to
our city may not be short and that oar
sanctum may often be honored by her
Miss VIrgie has "sot" type and "did
time" at other print shop work In The
Mail office for six yean and she'.
koowa how to print in every sense
tbat the assertion implies. '
WILSON OPERA HOUSE
The coming event will be that ot
Sweeney-Alvido MioBtrels at Wilson'
one night, Monday, September 1st. .
The press of our neighboring oltiess ,
highly endorse Manager George H. ,
- , ,, . .... .1. Onmtnflr '
as they do la sufficient guarantee a '
perfect minstrel production will he
given. The first part is first-class; the '
olio strong with comedians and singers.
Not including the olio notable are Ros
coe and "Sims, Mnsioal Kings, Giullo .
Rosetti, Operatio Tenor with illustrated
songs, the Valdares, the wonderful,
acrobats and other novelties. Prof.
Maurer's Band heads the Great Golf
parade at noon on day of arrival. Re
served seats now on sale at Medford
Drue Company. Prices onuaren
cents; no reserved seats. General ad
mission, ou cents, iieserveu bbbw -.
A good man, to drive and take care ot
four horses. Address '
Dr. C. R. Rat,
First class job printing done ah
Tub Mail office at reasonable prioea.
s1 CRATER LAKE s.
"Wishu i siskin" i Hif''v-"
This is our regular 10c envelope,
but we print it with a nice half-tone of
Crater Lake, used as a return card and
still sell them to you at . ; .
10 cents per Package of 25 Euvelopes
Help Advertise Medford and Southern Oregon
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