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SOUTHERN OREGON MAIL, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1892.
SOCIETIES OF MEDFORD.
K. of P. Talisman lodge No. 31, meets Min
day evening at 8 p. m. Visiting brothers al
ways welcome. C L Hutchison, C. C. .
J. A Whitman, K. of R. & S.
A. O. TJ. w. Lodge No. 98, meets every sec
ond and fourth Tuesdav in the month at M n.-m.
In their hall in the opera block. Visiting
oromers invited to attend.
I. A. Webb, M. W.
1. O. O 1t T-rtflcr wn mwtH in I O O P.
Ball every Saturday at at 8 p. m. Visiting
orouers always welcome.
Chas. Strang, N. G.
H- G. Nicholson, Sec. Sec.
T. O. O. F. Rogue River Encampment, Lodge
No. 3tX meets In I. O. O. F. hall the second and
fourth Wednesdays of each month at 8 p. m.
W. I. Vawtkk, C. P.
B. S. Webb, Scribe.
Olive Bebekah Lodire No. 38. meets in I. O.
O. F. hall first and third Tuesdays of each
monin. visiting sisters invited to attend.
Mas. chas Strang, N. Q.
Mrs. Bessie Webb, Sec
A. F. & A. M. Meets first Fridny on or be
fore mil moon at 8 p. m.. In A. u. u. w. nail.
N. L. Nakreuak, W. M.
J. S. Howard, Sec
G. A. R. Chester A. Arthur Post So. 4'
meets in 6. A. R. hall every second and fourth
a nursdays in each month at 7 :au p. M.
G. C. Noble, Com.
J. H. Farts, Adjt. -
F. A. & I. TJ L. L. Polk lodge No. 383, meets
every Tuesday at 8 p. m.
J. W. Miller, Pres.
O. S Bkiggs, Sec.
Epworth League meets each Sunday even
ing at 6:30. . T. Lawton. president, Julia
Young People's Literary meets Friday even
ing of each week, under the auspices of the
lip worth League.
W. C. T. U. Meets at Christian church every
Monday evening at 7 p. m.
Mas. A. a. Kkllogo, Pres.
Mrs. E. P. Hammond, Secy. '
Y. M. C. A. Meets every Sunday at 3 p m.
at M. E. church. W. S. Hallv, Pres.
M. E. Rigby, Sec
Secretaries of above lodges will please attend
to corrections. Any society wishing to have a
place in this directory will please hand in nec
CHURCHES OF MEDFORD.
Methodist Episcopal Church E. H Thomp
son, pastor. Services the second and fourth
Sabbaths: morning. II a. m evening, "ull p. m
Prayer meeting at 5 p. m. Thursday. Sunday
school each Sunday as 10 a. m. A. E. Johnson,
Christian Church P. R. Burnett, pastor.
Preaching first and third Sundays in month,
morals; and evening. Worship every Sunday
morning. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Prayer
meeting every Thursday evening.
Presbyterian Cnuren F. J. Edmunds, pas
tor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun
day school at 10 a. m. Y. P. S. C E., 6:15 p. m.
Baptist Church Is at present without a pas
tor. Prayer meeting every Wednesday even
ing. Sunday school at- 10 a. m Further notice
given as soon as pastor is secured.
The pastors of the different churches are re
quested to attend to corrections.
CORRECTED EVERT WEDNESDAY.
Wheat, No. 1, per bushel -
Barley - . ' "
Feed, Bran and Shorts, per ton
Hay, - baled, tlLOO; loose.
. Flour, wholesale.
Bacon an Ham
Beans. . .
10CAI AND GENERAL
Fine job work at this office.
Joe Hammerslv was up from
Gold Hill Monday.
Go to Davis & Pottenger's foi all
kinds of soda drinks S cents a glass.
Mis3 Mary Wait has returned
from school at Portland.
Soda water 5 cents a glass at C. W.
A. A. Davis is up north looking
after his milling interests.
Hay by the ton or bale, seed oats
and barler at J. H. Thorndi fee's
C. Ai Dickison and wife of Table
Bock visited Medford Monday.
. Maxcy handles all kinds of soda
water at 5 cents a glass.
R. L. Vinning and J. T. Bow
ditch were in the city Sunday.
The New York Cheap Cash Store
take eggs and chickens in trade.
A sister of Ed Wilkinson lately
"arrived in this city from England.
Placer and quartz claim notices
for1 sale at this office.
Dh MIngur, brother- of. FM.
Mingus, is in the city, but wilt soon
go to Portland to locate.
'Buy your school tablets at Slover's
and get a nice lead pencil free with
The Mesdames Goldstone left
. Monday evening to visit their old
home at Eugene.
The highest price paid for ch ick
ens at J. S. Howard's.
F. A, Moore, nominee for Supreme
Judge on republican ticket, was up
this way this week.
Ladies' visiting cards printed at
this office. .
C. I. Hutchison reports the wire
fence business booming in the
Mrs. S. E. Pen well has removed
her bakery from the Medford house to
tne oia photograph gallery, on B St.
- Francis Smith of Talent, was in
the city Wednesday . and enrolled
his name on our. subscription list.
C. W. Wolters has just received a
half car load of the Mason fruit jars,
the best in the market.
W. A. Buchanan, of the R. R, V.
R. R., is up from Portland and
numerous railroad rumors are
We claim to turn out the best and
neatest job work in the valley at rea
On Sunday the 5th day of June,
there will be preaching and. baptiz
ing by -Rev. J. A. Slover on the
north bank of Rogue river, near
George Jackson's. AH come and
bring your baskets well filled with
food things for the body.
Dry popcorn at Elder's.
Subscribe for the Mail.
: -Goto Elder's for the best tea in
Lamp chimneys at Wolter's grocery.
The best place in town to trade Is
at J. a. .Howard s.
we give a cash discount of a per
cent en all purchases, Angle & Ply
male. . .
Those new crossings are quite an
Largest stock of mon's youths', and
childrens' clothing in town at Angle &
Medford will celebrate the 4th
of July in grand style.
Beautiful lino of solid back hair
brushes just received at J. A. Slover's
Good eight day clock to sell for
$5.00 new. By D. T. Pritchard.
Attorney Earle, of Colorado, has
been visiting his cousin, Charles
Harvey, in this city.
Protection Hose Co. No. 1 of
Medford will give their annual
grand ball on July 4th.
oxide gas administered for painless
extraction of teeth.
R. H. Whitehead has com
menced the erection of an elegant
residence on south C street.
We carry the largest assortment of
ladies' shoes, Oxford ties and slippers.
Call and get - prices before buying.
Angle Sz Plymale.
-D. T. Pritchard is still at the
old stand and cleans watches
cheaper than ever and warrants
Several of our business men have
had new signs painted which im
proves the appeurence of the places
Mrs. F. F. Post, after visiting
relatives in this city for several
weeks, returned to her home at Sa
Prof. Merrill is training a quar-
tett for the picnic of Mrs. Lease
Saturday and . some fine singing
may be expected.
The celebrated Manhattan Food for
horses, cattle and poultry. Guaran
teed to cure chicken cholera. For sale
at the Strang drug store, Medford, Or.
A. W. Childs, agent for the State
Insurance Co., was looking after
tho company interests in this vic
inity a few days ago.
Boots and shoes anatomically built
by A. C. Tayler. Repairing promptly
attended to. Carries in stock ladies,
men's, and infants correct shape shoes.
Personal attention given to fitting the
foot.' Opposite Post Office.
Rev. Coleman, of Grants Pass,
delivered the decoration day ora
tion at Jacksonville, and was high
ly complimented on his effort.
The memorial exercises at the
Aieinoaist cuurcn ounday were
beautiful and impressive. The
building was filled to the doors.'
J. A. Goff has purchased the
Medford photograph gallery from
MclJnde & Case. We wish Mr.
Goff success in his new venture.
Mrs. Lease will speak in Medford
aaiuraay at i o ciock p. m. .Uetore
ana after which there will be speak
ing by local speakers of the dif
The following gentlemen regis
tered at the Grand Central Sun
day from Jacksonville: J. H.
Bellinger, Gus "Newbury, Miles
Cautrall and E. Nunan.
Mr. and Mrs. II. U. Lumsden, of
San Jose, Calif., are expected here
the latter part of this week and
after a short visit will continue on
to Portland, their future home.
Veit Schutz, the veteran brewery-
man oi Jacksonville, succumbed to
the fell destroyer on Saturday
night and was buried in the Jack
sonville cemetery on decoration
Preaching both morning and
evening at the Christian church
rfext Sunday. The choir will, in
connection with the regular singing
render an anthem Rest from your
Cu W. Julien and two ' sisters,
millionaire of Yreke, Calif, arrived
in this section lately and are at
present on their ranch on Butte
Creek, of which Lewis Bowles is
Renorts from everv Reef inn nt thi
valley inform us that a vast crowd
will be at the picnic in this ciy
Saturday. Mrs Lease will speak
and debates will take place be
tween local speakers.
Miss Lena McKay from Wood
stock, Canada, is visiting her aunt,
Mrs. John Weeks at Phoenix. The
young ladie's mother is also visit
ing at the Week's ranch and they
will no doubt make this valley
their permanent home. Miss Lena
is an accomplished musician and
artist and is a very desirable ad
dition to our population.
. The business men of Medford
responded liberally to the call for
money to defray the expenses con
nected with the picnic to bo held
here tomorrow. This is pleasing
to us, especially as we know that
every dollar donated in this way
will come back ten-fold to the mer
chants through the channels of
trade. The Farmers Alliance
never forgets these little favors.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores.tatter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perect satis
faction or money refunded. Price 25c
per box. For sale by G. H. Haskins.
The United States Official
Investigation of Baking Powders,
Made under authority of Congress by the Chemical Division of the
Dep't of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, and recently completed,
Shows the Royal Baking Powder
to be a cream of tartar baking pow
der of the highest quality, superior
to all others in strength, leaven
ing power, and general usefulness.
The Royal Baking Powder is thus distinguished by the highest
expert official authority the leading Baking Powder of the world.
Ed Thornton was in town
Ashland a few days ago.
Wm.. Charley registered at the
Grand Central this week.
Several Ashland business
were in the city Thursday.
- J. D. Chappel was up
Grants Pass a few days ago. -
J. C. Hall and Jas Wrieht
over from Central Point Thursday
Max Jacoby, one of the merch
ants of Gold HilT has been in tho
J. W. Marksberry our next as
sessor, passed through town Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey were visit
ing the family of George Merriman
; Miss M. Caverner, of Gold Hill,
visited Medford and Jacksonville
Mrs. Williams, of Gold Hill, and
Miss L. Hay of Rock Point, were
in Medford Thursday.
G. S. Briggs returned from Port
land yesterday with his daughter
who has been quite ill for some
Several eastern and Portland
railroad men are in the city and
we may expect something im
portant to transpire shortly.
Ira Wakefield was quite seriously
hurt this week by his team run
ning anray with him. His injuries
are about the head and limbs. We
are pleased to learn at last accounts
that he would soon be up and
about. Mr. Wakefield's election as
circuit judge is assured.
Sr. E. X. Kstcham.
All work relating to dentistry, espe
cially crown and orid'e-worfc. Gas
given Tor painless extraction of teeth.
Temporary office: Clarendon Hotel.
A full line of wall tents, camp stoves,
camp chairs, etc., at lowest prices, at
Angle ec r lymaie s.
Died, in this city May 23, Mrs. Su
san fl McClain.
The burial took placs Decoration
day in Jacksonville ccraeterv beside
the remain of her husband. Tha de
ceased was born in Saline county, Mis
souri. April, 1823, and moved to Ore-
Son in 18.3. She leaves one daughter.
-sirs, tiurt, oi tnis city.
The New York Cheap Oish Store is
offering men's, youths' and boys' cloth
ing at away down prices. Give us a
Married May 25, 1S92, at the resi
dence of tho officiating minister. Rev.
P. It. Burnett, Joseph Hoagland and
In Medford Mav 1. 1802. bv Rt.-v. P.
R. Burnett, V. G. McKnight "and Miss
Aiary j. awacicer.
Toadies and frintlempn in inmpt
shoes in tha window of tnn Wv Vnrlr
Cheap Cash store and see prices.
Heal Estate Transfers. '
E. P.. Miner to AlldU R. Wlmer, Its W!, S3, SD.
30. Mtner'ft add to Ashland. rJK)
E. S. Eddy to A F. Kagadale. It 4, bile 49.
Hedford. f UO.
Mrs. HstUe Logan to Mary E. Kevcner, a
piece o land in Ashland. CO.
E. E. Miner to William Hptnuv Its 9T A 90
30. Miner's add to Ashland. 8301
jacKon co. Agricultural Aaaociatton to L. M.
Goodncll. a S5-100 acres, tp 37 s, r 8 w, MI37.no.
Henry Fearing to Athony Wenzell, IflU acres,
ses 3S. tp 38 n. 1 4. KJ0.
II. S. tn Mithll SlrllAir irtn 9Llm
- w mick, ncv
3d, tp.TBn, r8e.
tT. 8. to Fiolden Ayers, 100 acres, seo 13, tp
35 s, rlw.
Martha Cooksev to Maria Dunham. 1 aunrn In
37 S. T 8 w. 10.
Henry J. Jorden to James L. Gordon, an un
divided H ot m acres, seo 94. tp 33 s. r 1 e. WOO
Charles Nickell to I. M. Hurver. 410
33, tp 3i, r3 e, 4IU00.
Children and Hisses' School S hoes
Solid and good, with natent tin. 83
cents, 86 cents and $1.08 per pair, at
tho New York Cheap Cash Store.
Will Stand by Webster.
The following is clipped from the
Daily Salem Statesman of Tueaday,
Medfoud, Ore., May 27, 1882.
Editor Statesman: There seems to
be some misunderstanding in regard
to the sentiment of the people of south
ern Oregon in regard to endorsing the
republican candidate for attorney gen
eral, Judge L. R. Webster. For maxy
years I have been a resident of south
ern Oregon, and am well acquainted
throughout the country. I know that
the people the farmers will stand by
Judge Webster to a unit. They have
endorsed his entire administration of
tight years, and will see that he is
elected to the office for which he is
now a candidate. He is an honest and
able judge, and what has hurt some of
them sadly, ho is incapable of corrup- .
tion. . . r
Will you please publish this ns an
evpression of the sentiments of the
people of Southern Oregon. Yours'
A Citizen of Southern Oregon.
Persons Using Water from
Medford Water Works.
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified that unless the water rent for
tho first half year of 1892 (from January
I to July I, 18S12). is paid on or before
Monday Juno 6, the water will be
turned off by the marshal and kppt
turned off until said water rent is paid.
J. H. Paris, Recorder.
Medford, Ore., Juno 1, IS'ii
Editor Southern Oregon Mail :
As usual Jackson county has a
few poltroon politicians who are
attempting to capture a fat
at flie coming election by running
a demijohn campaign.
A part of the same stinking set
was very mindful of tho dear peo
ple for a short time two years ago,
and then, as now, their chief con
cern was to. blind the people to
their utter unworthiness by a glar
ing display of counterfeit sociabil
ity, and generosity made up of
gush, soft soap, tobacco and rot
It is lamentable that our local
politics has been so manipulated
that such men are able to foist
themselves ns candidates for office,
but nevertheless such is the present
condition in this county.
The question now to be consider
ed by every honorable, decency
loving voter is, shall my vote be
cast to advance the selfish interests
of cunning unprincipled tricksters,
or shall it be a protest against
ring-rule corruption and spoils'
hunters. The time is ripe for clear
headed thinking by cverv citizen
who desires fidelity to public trust,
honest official administration, and
ooliticnl purity. Party prejudices,
pist friendships, assumed socia
bility and sham liberality should
be ignored, and true men and t-terl-ing
principles should have such an
overwhelming indorsement next
Monday that such contemptible
scoundrels as are now miming over
the county dispensive sham smiles,
cigars and whisky will not here
after dare show their vile heads in
the political arena.
Ladies' shojs. fox kid with patent
leather tips at SI. 43 per pair. Men's
gaiter shoes at $1.43 per pair. French
kid Waukenphast ladies' sho.-s, the
very latest with patent leather tips,
2.S7 per pair. At tho New York
Cheap Cah Store.
Earns Valley Items.
Mr. Editor, I thought I would have
been in town before now to blow the
fog horn right in your cars, but as it
is necessary to blow just at the right
time, l will nave to stay right at my
post and blow now. At your pleasure
we will give alarm at the approach of
danger, as well as the siguul of good
The showers have left us for a time
and the sunshine around Sniderville is
almost scalding hot. but we hope the
grain crop will receive no injury. Just
the thing for corn. We saw the dust
just boiling in tho road and ou Main
street today in Sniderville, and, oh,
the top buggies and the sweaty faces,
and tho sleek. Aery, ambitious steeds.
WThy, Mr. Editor, no wonder it was
the posse of democratic nominees
headed for Spikenard, but they had
just got to the foot of the hill when
they got t Sniderville, and we know
they took a good sweat before they
found the summit, for it was just the
summit of the hottest day. Oh, me;
look out boys, it is not very sickly in
our town or country unless you go too
fust and get too warm.
Our saw mill proprietors shut down
and said, "Boys, we will follow those
fellows and see what they are going to
do," and so they did, but we have uot
had any report of what they did as yet.
The Baptist church house in Snider
ville is all roofed in good style, with a
nice steeple twonty-onu feet high, and
one coat of paint on it.
Albert Shoemaker, a resident car
penter, and a good Baptist brother of
Williams Creek, Josephine county,
have rendered Rev. J. A. Slover
some very efficient aid on the steeple
by giving him five days hard work.
We think tho good people of Snider
ville would extend their heartfelt
gratitude to M r. Shoemaker with any
other good man that would do likewise.
Uov. J. A. blover is v o king very
faithfully, and the church will be fin
ished before long, if he keeps his
health, and the good people of the com
munity will lend their aid a little
The marriage tbat took place upon
the hill on the 11 ult., at the houso of
J. E. Olsen, was one of considerable in
terest. Lewis A. Askew and Miss
Nannie L. E. Glass were the happy
ones. It was intended for a surprise to
Mr. Olsen and family. The couple.
with two of the groom's brothers and
his father arrived altout 2 p. in., and
Rev. G. E. Jones and wife came in
about 4:30 p. m
Snmnhnrlv hnn-iin to
smell a mouse,
The rnwlnmo of the
house bore down on them with a "Now
I want to know what's up." Tho secret
being disclosed, the landlord nas called'
to the jceno -with a number of their
friends. Soon aU was silent but the
voice of one man, and so-.m the storm
was over, all but the chivararl. which
did not take place tbnt night, but
everybody said, "joy go with them."
Mr. J. B. Welch is grinding logs
into lumb.T to b?at all. If any one
wants some good, nice lumber "at a
mill easy to get at, Mr. Welch can
We are very sorry to have to chroni
cle the death of the daughter of one of
the most prominent citizens of lower
Sams Valley, Mr. Dungnn. She died
in California of diphtheria. The fam
ily was not with hor when she died,
but are now in California, and have
the sympathy of all their neighbors
and friends in their b-.-reavement.
ivjv. i. j. aiover preacnes nt suns
vii., kii ,!, . ,k i..
each month at 11 a. m.. and alftiie
week ia Suidcrvillc with hummer and
Mr. Jacob Bowman has just painted
nis i run trees wnitc, and it is quite an
ornament in our suburbs at the Foot
J. B. Rogers is preparing to build
another residence in ihe vicinity of
Sniderville. Foot Hill Poo Horx.
Oregon State Weather Semea.
The fore part of the week was warm
and cloudless, whila the latter p2rt
was cool and cloudy. Xo rain has
fallen during the week. The maxi
mum temperature ranged from 70 to 80
degr.-ss: tho minimum temperature
from 40 to 00 degrees.
The weather conditions were exceed
ingly fuvorablo to all vegetation; aad
there has been a marked growth.
There is alrenpy a desire for more rain
to moisten the surface soil, as it has
become quito dry and bard under the
influence of the warm, drv days. Fall
wheat and oats are heading "in most
counties, while ryo in sections has
headed out. Late sown spring wheat
is not so promising, owing to the warm
and dry weather coming on so rapidlv.
and a good rain would do it much good.
Clovf r, timnthy and alfalfa is being
cut; much of it dowu and being cured.
The bay crop is unusually heavy and
of superior quality. Corn planting is
about done. There has been an in
creased acreage of corn, especially in
Clackamas and Jackson couuliss. Late
potatoes are being planted and summer
fallow is being worked. Hops are
coming up verv irregularly, but are
making bettor growth than previously.
Hop lice have made their appearance .
Strawberries arc ripening rapidlv, and
the crop will be a good oue. Raspber
ries ana oiiiCKOcrries are ;n Dlooin.
The fruit crop is more or loss injured
in every county. Iu some counties the
peach crop is short; in others cherries
and prunes, and in others apples. The
rain and frosts did the damage at the
time iz was supposed to have b.vn
yt arm, cloudless weather pre
vailed up to Thursday, when it became
cooler and clouds appeared. A fow
local (thoWi'lN n,M-llrN-i hntftft ciiIK.
cient, however, to lay the dust. Th
maxium temperature ranged from 80
to Sj degrees. Tho minimum temper
ature ranged from 3 to 55 degrees.
The weather was extremely favor
able to all vegetation. Tho warmth
and sunshine caused a marked growth,
while the cooler and cloudy weather
assists in the heading and" filling of
grain. Some gr&iu that is rank has not
a goou color, u ire worms are re
ported to be at work in Wasco and
Gillian counties. All reports indicate
first-class prospects in every county.
Corn planting is about done.
Fruit has been injured more or less
in most counties. .The green aphis
has appeared near Fossil. Apples are
as large as walnuts iu Wasco county,
where black republican cherries are
coloring. Blackberries and raspber
ries are in bloom.
Tho VTotU Cnricaei.
The facilities of the presect day for the
production of everything that will con
duce to the material welfare and comfort
of mankind are almost unlimited and
when Syrup of rigs was first produced
the world was enriched with the only
perfect laxative known, as it is the only
remedy which is truly pleasing and re
freshing to the taste and prompt and
effectual to cleanse the system gently in
the Spring time or, in fact, at any time
and the better it is known the more pop
ular it b'omca.
Walter Wouldn't Compare. .
Editor Soutbrro Oregon Mall:
After refusing to join W. S. Vandor
burg iii joint canvass, Hon. Walter
Sinclair has slipped off to Josephine
county to canvass that part alone,
knowing that a showing that
of his official actions in tho last
legislature would kill him too dead for
any use. He voted for the million and
a half non-taxable water bonds for
Portland, and was a Joe Simon man
gene.ally. His Coos county - constitu
ency has gone back on him largely,
just as it should, and now he would
give his oppouent no show, and fight
him when lie has no chance to refute
what is said. No reformer should lot
the opportunity pass of condemning
this cowardly action. Listen to none
of tho wily yarns he will likelv SDin.
Ho is simply a sport, and has no inter
ests in this part of Oregon, while his
opponent on the Peoisle's Partv ticket.
Mr. Vanderburnr. is an honest, sober.
industrious working niau, and his tarn-
"y and home are here- Josephine
voters, look to your interests,
Marshflold, Ore., May 30, 1802.
C. W. WOLTERS,
The Cn'y Place
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