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About The Medford mail. (Medford, Or.) 1893-1909 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1902)
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OUR COUNTY .
CoinuiuiilonlloiiH f :n c.ir hcv
oral oorruHpouduiitH mu I reaou .IiIh
ollloo not littur than Wudnoed-y
noon to itiHiiro publioiitlo'i
JiirUHou villi News.
lCd UulniH 1h taking in Uio Stnto
Kllu Younu linn returned from
I. W. Hurry oriho "Salem Hotel"
Iuih boon hero.
MiB.s ICtlnd Bui bur was In AhIi
Circuit Court has ndjotirnod until
Saturday tlio 20th.
Recorder Applegitlo hou boon at
ViUkiiiH tliiu wook.
Joo MoDaiilol made a buifiiiOHB
trip to Aeblund TuuHdny.
Huiulay-sohool bus boon resumed
at Ilia 1'irnt Presbyterian Church.
Mm, Price and slitter, of Gold
Hill, worn In Jnokxonvillo hint
Mrs, Pnulino Putnmn, of Portland,
jh visiting hur mother, Mm. J.
Minn Eintmi Colt-niun, tha popu
livr Bchool toucher, tutriod in Jaok
Miwi Kdith Priest occupies a
poBition in tho telephone ollico. at
Mth. M. Ilunlay and Ella Hanlay,
of Mudford, woro in JaokHunvillo
ICIva Galloway, of Granto Pawi,
has bean the guest of KruuoeB
Uaruoa a few days.
Mr n. II. IS. Ankony and daughtorB,
Mimioa G lady a and Dollio, returned
to Kugonu Saturday.
Cora Camaron baa returnod to
Kugeuo to roBinno heratudioB at tho
University of Oregon.
Mrs. L. Si.euoro and Bonn, of
Klamath county are tho guuata of
rolnti voa in Jacksonville,
Myrtle Sutton entortninod hor
friend Miss M. MujorB, of Salem,
for a few daya last week,
Misa Klsio Day who hns boon
vary ill for soverut montha pant is
still the objnol of much solicitude
to bvr innny friends.
II. D. Kubli and family, acoom
paniod by Mra. 15. J. Kubll, spent
Bunday at the Golden Standard
mine on GuIIb creek.
Master Vance DoBur Colvig on
tertninod a party of twolvo of his
frienda on Saturday, Sopt. 13th,
tho occasion being his tonlb birth
Mossrs J. C. Wbipp and G. W.
Vaupel, of Ashland, wero in Jack
uonvillo Sunday, onrouto to Jose
phine county to visit tholr recently
purohased marble dopositB.
Tho county court having leceived
500 from W. N. Jonea and If. P.
MavB. that being the amount agreed
upon in the niattor of tho compro
mise of all unpaid taxes upon cer
tain lands in Jaokson County, tho
" I have used your Hair Vigor
ror nve years ana am grcatiy
pleased with It. It certainly re
stores tho original color to gray
hair. Itlteeps myhalrsoft." Mrs.
Helen Kilkenny, New Portland, Me.
Ayer's Hair Vigor has
been restoring color to
gray hair for fifty years,
ana it never fails to do
this work, either.
You can rely upon it
for stopping your hair
from falling, for keeping
your scalp clean, and for
making your hair grow.
11.00 Milt. All driwlnls.
If ynur (Irnprirlat rainnnr, supply ymi,
nillltl I1H UHU .11,11,11 Ullll u ..... -no
vim ii ImUln. lln Hiiru null glvo tlio iiaiuo
of your iiourofll-. OTitroBS iifni'O. AdilmNB,
J. (J. AYMIt UU,, J..UWUI I, JtlllHH.
- hulf mileo norlh of Mudford
I'liirk nnil hberifi' nro authorized to
prouoed Willi said coinpromlHU us
per nrd r of August (i, 11)014.
Mrs. Win, Clarke, of GorvaiH,
and Mrs, Win. Morrinian, of Salem,
arrived Tuesday to be with their
mother. Mrs. V. Luy, of this city,
who bus been very sick for tho
Misj Istiio McCtilly bus returned
to, ICugeiio lifter a pleasant Hum
mer spont with friends here. Geo.
If. Merrltt who iieoompanied her
will begin his thiid year at the
Or. Gulo who was called to Wat
kins pruoluiit to iitlonil tile little
daughter of Mr. Dome, arrived too
into to I)" of any assistance. The
little s (furor died that same day.
Grand Master K. A nil revs and
Grand Patriarch P. W. Stewart, of
tho grand lodge, I. 0. O. l', of Ore
gon, will pay .ionksonvillo Lodge,
I. O. O. P., an ollloiul visit I'riduy
evening, September 19th.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Canlrall
have returned from an extended
trip through eastern Oregon, going
us fur as Mtucus, Modoo county,
whero they visited Omer Cantru),
who is engaged in an oxtensive
saw-mill busiii'iss at that plaeo.
Musdumes Ulrich, Cronnmiller,
Obenohaiii, Kennoy, Ormo, Miller
and Cameron, Misses Kmma Ul
rich, Sallio Maury, IClhol Harbor
and Bertha Ormo, MeBsrs. S. J.
Day Geo. Lewis and Henry Maury
wero among the Kebekulis and Odd
Fellows of this city who woro the
guests of tho Hebekah lodge at
Gold Hill Wednesday evening.
Iln(orinr Bumnur Golds.
Dou'V lol a cold run it ItiU soaaon. Hummer
Collin aro Uio harden kluil lo euro anil II nun
tnu-lod may llliifrr along for months. A lonK
lone like Uila will pull down tho strongest eon
slttutlon. One allmito Cough Cure will break
up Uio attaok al onoo. Halo, aura, aou al onoo.
Cure oouKba, col'la. croup, broncbltls, al
throat and luog irouhloa, Tho ohlldrou tike It.
Centra"! l'olut 1 tenia.
John II Downing spent sovoral
days at Ashland last wook.
Mrs. Howard Perkins, of Tolo,
was trading boro on Tuesday.
There is a largo amount of wheat
being shipped from hore eaoh week.
J. R. Tyball, of Trail crook, was
trading with our morohants, Tues
day. J. U. Callahan, of 8j,tna Valloy,
was in for supplies the first of tho
G. S. IleBolgrave is having a siego
with rheumatism. Dr. G. 13. Cole
is in attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. Minthorn, of Evans
oroek, was trading with our mer
chants last Saturday.
Miss Lizzie Gibson loft for Ash
laud lust week, where she will at
tend tho State Normal Sohool.
Merrltt Klliottand wifearo spott
ing the week at Gold Hill, attend
ing the Soldiers' and Sailors' Ko
union. Uov. Jaoaues. of tho Chapel Oar
Emanuel, is holding a series of
mootings hore, which aro largely
Isaao Kent, who has boon con
fined to his room for sevoral woeks
with a brokon log, is now able to bo
out on bis crutches.
Mr. Newton, of Missouri, a brothor
of Mrs. W. W. lCdington, arrived
hero last week, and will visit with
relatives for sevoral daya.
Mra. L. L. Frcoman and children,
of Murysville, Colli., who have been
BDondinir Buveral wooks . with rela
tives u nd friends hore returned
home last week, ...
Our publio sohool opened last
Monday with a largo attendance.
Prof. A J. lianby, frlnoipai; rroi.
Jos. Bish, Mrs. A. J. Hanby and
Misa Zuda Owens assistant teachers.
DEATH OP MUS. J. J. K1NCAID.
Diki). Mrs. Ellen Kiooaid, wife
of J. J. Kinoaid, died at the family
home, noar Tolo, on ThurBday, Sept,
11, 190'2, aged 53 years, 7 months
and 10 diivs.
Deceased, whose innidon name
was Ellon Haidin, was born in
Louis oountv. Iowa.. She, togother
with her husband and children,
onrno to Oregon in J 876, whore
they have sinoe lived at their home
His homo, liko many othors, has
bdiui broken, Dualli bus been hero
utid (jsilod nwuy a companion,
mother, Mister Hud frliuid from our
side, Hut the I'olutivoH limy rest
(ivBtircd, that UH they are now, ho
onoo was she; us she is now they
will coon bo, for time Is winging tin
away to an eternal homo. "Life is
but a winter's day, a journey fo
the tomb," Good-byes oome often
hero; but there uro no good-b)os in
Hliu leaves a husband, three
ehildnn, and seven grand children,
besldnB other noar relatives to
mourn their loss, Uov. 1C, B. Look
hurt conducted the funeral services,
and the remains wero laid to ro-it
in Central Point cemetery, Krlduy.
Tlio family is very thankful to
friends for their kindness during
UKATII 01' MUS, A. I', OAIII'HNTKII.
J)im, Olivo It Evans wub born
In the Hliile of Miehigitn, Junn H,
lH.'Ki. and departed this life Mon
day, Sept. 16. 11)02, bei.ig 00 youra,
1 months and 1 day old.
She wits united in marriage to
Aaron V. Curpontor, Oct. 20, 1801.
with whom sho hud traveled life's
rugged journey for nearly 41 years.
Sho leaves a sorrowing husband,
and throe daughters, Mrs. S irah 15.
Honor Ison, Mrs. Angelia b. Lox,
and Miss Lilly V, Wilson, to mourn
their Jons, bhe had been lingering
between life and deth for many
months; but sho bore her groat suf
fering with patience and fortitude
und never murmured.
Sho was aiways a fuithful wife
und mother and a truo and (anient
friend. The faithful hu"band done
all ho could to cure for her during
her sickness, and so hoped she
would regain her strength. But
ahif, for earthly hopes I The "golden
bowl is brokon," tho jewel has boon
taken away, and only tho eapket of
cluy has been roturned to us lo
mock our grief, and remind us of
Tho funeral sorvices woro hold at
tho family homo, two miles west of
town, Kev. K. B. Lockhart officiat
ing, after which the remains wero
taken to Jacksonville eomclery and
laid lo rest, on Wodnesduy Sep
What U the Use
of MufTorlnK from IndlKtalton If you eat what
you want, or 01 Hiurvinx yourMon to uvoiu nuon
d!lrHT Acker' Oynprptla Tablet! taken
after enilnK will dlifeMt your food perfectly and
free you iroui an :0 timuifruenoie nyuiptouiH 01
Imlk'Cnllon und OvNpnpnm. Hal what vou liko
al any time, und luku an Acker Tahlot after
wnrd. rotmtvoly Kuiirnnloud. Your money
will alwtty bo refunded If you aro not Knilftflof.
Write t in. fur n tree lainiile. W. II. Hookkh
& 10., ifuffalo, N. Y. McOford Drug CO., DrUK
Talent News items.
Hon. Matthew Stewart is in at
tendance at the soldiers' reunion at
Gold Hill this week.
We understand thore is a party
h"r from California who intends to
prospect what is known us the
Trombly mine, on the divide be
tween Wagner creek and Anderson
Your correspondent has been in
attendance at the Free Methodist
camp meeting at Phoonix for sev
eral days. .They have boon having
Rood attendance and the very best
of order, wbioh speaks well for the
people of Fuoenix and vicinity.
Quite a number of real estate
transfers have been made in and
around Talent reoently, S. G.
Netherland has Bold his property
ii Talent to a gentleman from Uma
tilla County; W. R Lamb has sold
the plaoe whiob he purohased from
Robert Gray, to a Mr. Lane, from
tho Willamette valley; M. L. Pellett
has bought the Reuben Rhodes
farm, consideration WOOO; J. U.
Dorsey has sold his place on Ander
son oroek, and we understand that
Janios Harvey has disposed of hie
farm and will go to Oakland, Ualif.,
It's Just a Cough
that uota your ltinmi soro and wonk and pavos
the way for Pnoumouln or CoiiHumptton, or
both. Acker'e llnullsh Remedy will stop the
aoiiiih In a duv uiitl hiuil your Huu?s. 11 will
euro Conmiuintlon, Anthmit, llroutihltls, mid
an tnroiiL ana iiuiir trouo oh, iotuuvoi Kuur-
antood, und monoy rofundoil If you nro not
HiUIHIleu. wmo to un tur irrc Ruinuiu. n. 11.
IIookkii & Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Modlorit Drun
Woodville Items. v
Rev. A. Brown was at Grants
Work is progressing rapidly on
the new ouurch.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Sherley, Sept., loth a son.
Rov. Habberly" preached here
Sunday morning and evoning.
Mr. Thompson, of Wimer, went
to Grants Pass Friday on business
Mr. Caley who has rented on the
Chas. Whito farm for the post two
vears. has rented a tarm noar
Central Point. Mr. Caley is an en
torprising young man and our loss
ib Oentral Poiut's gain.
Mr. Stanley, of Aahland, is . here
looking after his mining. interest.
G. W. Owinga and daughter, Misa
Mudgo, made a business trip to
Grants Puss Saturday.
L. Fisher who hns been olerking
in Mr. Heart's storo during tho
lutters illnes?, bus gone to Salem.
Albert Cox has returned from
Green Station, Douglas county,
whore ho lias been for the past
Dwid Bull and Jerry Meoka
thorn are rtiiuiint an ice-ereum
stand at Gold Hill during tho re
Tim sawmill on Evans creek hns
shut down for tho season. There
is enough lumber on the yard to
keep tho teams hauling two months
Mrs. J. 10. Cox and daughters.
Misses Hattio and Euia, and Ad
dio and Mary Jones returned
from Roseburg, Sunday evening,
whero they accompanied Mr. and
Mrs, McCaw und familv and Mrs.
Gorsline who wero returning home
to Washington after a six weeks
visit in Southern Omfrin. thnv nlnn
oxpect to visit tho coast before re
If VOU deKlro a irood comnlevlon une Mr.kl
Tea, ii pure herb drink. It uetH on tho livor
and inuKea the nklu ninoolh and clear. Cure
nlek heuOuohoH. 30 ol. ami f oik. Money re
iuoiIihi if it does not HullHfy you. Write to W.
II. IIuiikkh It Co., Iluffalo, N .Y., for freo nam.
pie. Medford Orug Co., OruifKletfl.
Btopa tbe Oou(fh
and Works off the Cold,
f.ljcatlvo llromo-Qulnlne Tablota oure a cold
In ouu Jay. No Cure, No Pay. Price 26 cent a
Uold Hill Items.
Mr. and Mra. A. E. Kellogg re
turned Sunday evoning from a
month's stay at their homested on
Postmaster J. L. Hammersley ia
on the street again, having recov
ered from his recent attack of ty
Harry, Bon of Mr. and Mra. C. F.
Young, ia very low with spinal
meningitis. Dr. Moore of Grants
Puss is in attendance. ,
The annual Encampment of the
G. A. R. of Southern Oregon, began
at this place Monday. The com
mittee is at their wits ends to fur
nish accommodation to visiting
comrades, their attendance has so
much increased over former years.
Medford, Ashland, Jacksonville,
Central Point, Eagla Point and
Grants Pass are well represented
among the camping comrades.
The Rebekah lodge of this place
gavo a grand reception and ban
quet tj thoir friends on Wedr.es
doy evening, in Odd Fellows hall,
in honor of the anniversary of the
order. Many members of the order
and friends were in attendance from
Ashland, Medford, Jackaoneille and
Grants PasB and all pronounced a
first-class time, many words of
praise were given the sisters of thia
lodge for the manner in which
everything was conducted in enter
taining their friends.
You Know What Ton Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless Cblll Tonic
becauso the formula Is plainly printed on every
bottle snowing- that It Is simply Iron and Out
line in a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. 6Uc.
Legal blanks at The Mail office.
america commemorates death
of wm. Mckinley.
Widow of the Late President Visits
Tomb at Westlawn Cemetery, Ac
companied by Mrs. Qarrott A Ho
bart Services In Other Cities.
Canton, O., Sopt. 16. There was a
general observance of McKlnley Mem
orial day Sunday In .the city which
claimed him as its own. From almost
every pulpit there was reference In
prayer or In 'address to him and his
work. His favorite hymns were sung.
The address that attracted the most
attention here was that given by Judge
William R. Day, former secretary of
state, and a frlond and adviser of Mc
Klnley's for many years. The address
was dollvored in the First Methodist
Episcopal church, of which McKlnley
was a member, and in which the pub
lic funeral was held Sopt. 19, 1901.
The only decorations wero flowers and
a portrait of the late president around
which woro tho folds of the Stars and
Stripes, emblematic of the patriotic
spirit of McKlnley,
Although conscious of the fact that
it was just one year ago that her be
loved husband died, Mrs", McKlnley
did not vary tho programme followed
by hor for several months. All days
to hor have been inomorlal days. Her
tisualy trip to Westlawn cemetery was
taken this forenoon, and she laid flow
ers on tho casket that contains the
remains of the nation's martyred
chief. Mrs. Garrett A; Hobart, who
is her guest, went with her Into the
MaKlnley tomb and also laid a bou
quet of flowers on the coffin. Their
subsequent drive took them to the
McKinloy family burial plot, where
the dally bouquets were laid by Mrs.
McKinley's direction. The afternoon
and evening wero spent at the McKln
ley home. Durlug tho day thore were
many visitors at the McKlnley vault.
Judge Day's tribute to his martyred
chief was in part as follows:
"This tragedy, which Alls our hearts
with grief, has a lesson for the living,
and calls upon lawmakovs and iaw-on-
I forcors for all that legislation and
IJ'J MniVnAaTkBa, a ar. . v.- M
and FEED STORE
1. B. BROWN, Proprietor
East 7th St.
T. J. QO DWYN, Prop.
Fine Line of FANCY and STAPLE
IAY and FEED
courts can do Tor the' suppression and
punishment of those who teach or
practlco the dreadful tenets of this
code of lawlessness and ruin."
In conclusion tbe speaker said:
"If the youth of the country learn
from his life that tiie surest founda
tion of success Is upright character,
and the path of duty is Indeed the way
to glory, then may this great life Hive
beyond its too Bhort living with praises
and thanksgiving' that Buch a charac
ter was given to the world."
Buffalo, Sept. 15. The anniversary
of the death of William McKlnley was
universally observed in this city yes
terday. Pastors In all tie churches
paid tribute to the memory of the
martyred president and the congrega
tions sang.VNearcr, My God, to Thee,"
and "Lead, Kindly Light," with spe
cial significance and fervor. In the af
ternoon a public meeting was held in
the city convention ball. The audi
torium was crowded and hundreds
were turned away. The Interior of the
hall was decorated with the national
colors, while a large oil painting of the
dead president festooned with flags
faced the audience.
New York, Sept. IB. The first an
niversary of the death of President
McKlnley was specially observed in a
large number of the churches of the
city Sunday, and it was referred to
by the pastors of almost all the others.
Washington, Sept. 15. Memorial
services in honor of the late president
McKlnley were held Sunday In the
leading churches of Washington, Cath-
olis and Protestant
The Rev. Forrest J. Prttyman, pas
tor of the Mt. Vernon M. E. church
south, in his sermon, advocated the
erection in Washington of a triple
arch In memory of the late president,
to represent his civic, military and
Christian characteristics and virtues.
San Francisco, Sept. 15. In ttfa
churches of Son Francisco yesterday
the first anniversary of the death of
William McKlnley, president , of. the
United States, was quite generally
commemorated. Memorial services
were held, at which appropriate hymns
such as "Near, My God. to Thee," and
Lead, Kindly Light," wTilrh McKln
ley liked best of all the sacred songs,
were sung, and Bermond recounting
the virtues of the dead president were
BAN ON MARRIED WOMEN.
Salt Lake, Sept 16. An edict has
gone forth from the city board of edu
cation that hereaftr no newly mar
ried women shall be employed as
toacher in the public schools of Salt
Lake and those who get married will
bo requested to resign.
Lake Michigan's Water.
Lake Michigan has no visible Inlet.
Where, then, does it get Its replenish
ment? From tho Kocky mountains.
Through rents and crevices, down In
to envcrns at the roots of these moun
tains, pour ever the waters from melt
ing snow. Four thousand feet they
sink to strike a gravity Incline that
levels with their floor under Chicago.
Under that city and elsewhere on the
west Bide of Lake Michigan this is
the proved theory, theory as good as
proved the snow covered ..Rocky
mountains are constantly sending their
waters to supply Oowage and evapora
tion that nro ever going forward In the
Paper coal Is a form of lignite found
near Bonn, In Germany. It splits nat
urally In films as thin as paper.
The Beat Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever 1b a bottle ot Ghovb's taste
lkss Onii.1, tohio. It Is simply Iron and Qui.
Dine In a tnstetess form. No cure, no pay.
Prloe 50 cents.
Captain William Oouldlng of the
Scotch ship General Gordon was
crushed to death on Saturday on the
long wharf at Oakland. .
Frank Walker, city councilman from
tlio Third wnrd, will contest the Dem
ocratic mayorallty nomination of Los
Anglos with Mayor Snyder.
The Mail has the news.
Advertised Letter List.
Followtne is a list of letters remaining aa
17 1902 " U'e Uea,ma PoatoHco on Bcpt.
Copple, Wm' Moore, Bojd
Leenct, George Nelson, Miss Gladys
A cbarge of one cent will be made upon da
llverjr of each ot the above letters.
Persons calling lor any of tbe above .ettera
"III please say ' Advortl-ed."
G.F. Mehkimaic. Postmaster.
LOS ANQELES COLLEGE OF
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Thnmiml. , . .... . .
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and practice. George L. Sanders, Dtna
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Heo. I.. A. College ot taw, Loa Angles, Call.
By the Dozen,
or by the Grow j
Put together with rosin
Jsolder, no acid need to
ipoiRon the fruit
WOLFEi, the Tin-man?
and WAGON WORK
WEST SIDE SHOPS
H. N. flARCY, Prop.
All Work Promptly Executed
and Fully Guaranteed .
1 MEDFORD I
J MRS. O. Q1LB3RT, Proprietor
Ladles' Goods a specialty Laces S
m HandkerehiefB.Gmbroidery silks
JJ and all materials for fanoy work
JS Notions, candles, nuts and sta-" S
a tionery a
One Door North al Poatofllce .
Mitchell & Boeck,
WHEEL WORK and
Merrlman's old stand, MEDFOBD,"ORBaOSI
D. L. Day,
Satisfaction guaranteed in both
work and prices
This Bignatnro is on every box of the iwtilae
Laxative BromoQuinine Tablet.
'ho remedy that cares a cold ia one day
Te Oure a Cold in One Day
Tnko loxnllvn nromoQulnlno Tabli'ts.AU
a-UKKlsta rotund tho money If It tails to cure.
K. w. Grove s sigimturo Is on each box. 2io.