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Medford Mail Tribune
UNITED ritKSS ASSOCIATION
Full Loniied Wlro Iloport,
Tho only papor la the world
published In a city tho olza of
Mod ford having; a loused wire,
PAGES 9 TO 10
MEDFORD, OREOON, SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 1910.
uz? IN MEDFORD'S SOCIAL REALM
Tho members of thu Onkdnlo Ten
d!h dull n ro vory oiiIIiiihIiihUo over
tho coming tournnmou.t, which will ho
hold in (IriuitH 1'iihh August 11 and
12, mi tlioro h grout rivalry botwocn
tho plnyorH of tho two eilloH. Fol
lowing 11 ro tho ontrioH, which will In
hoiiI front tho Onktlitlo club for tho
tournament at (IraiitH 1'iihh: Mixotl
doubles, MIhh Mildred Oorig mid
John Hcchoii; ladies' donhloH, MIhh
Mildrod (lorig mid Minn Kthul Neul;
iiicii'h dotililuH, John Doohoii ami Or
villo Johnson; ladies' singles, MUh
Mildrod (lorig; iiicii'h h'hiuIoo, John
JIoohoii. A vory interesting match
will ho hold TuoHilny evening on tho
Oukdnlo toiinia court lit 0:30 o'clock,
when MIhh Mildrod (Jong and John
Hcomhi will piny MIi.h F.lliol Ncul ami
I. It. Shannon.
ColoHlin lmn novor experienced a
inoro uiijoynlilu souhoii, owing to tho
liroHunuu of tho party of hix Btirvov
ors, including Superintendent Do
vino and bin charming wife. Thoy
niado many friondH and thoir dupnrt
ii ro for SiHHon on Thursday wiih a
Hoiirvo of regret. Thoy expect to
olt mli Mount Shasta hoforo resuming
thoir liiliorn for tho Sonthorn Pacific.
Before leaving a fnioucll dunce was
given. CI if fold Almy is a musician
of more than ordinary talunt. ami
Jiiik a imiHt attractive por.tonaho.
Ho entertained Ion guests at Tho
Camp on Wednesday with a iiiusiculo
and splendid luiicliuoii. Mm. Dovino
wnn iiIho much entertained in Mod
ford, where bIio whs tho guest of
Mis IK'hh IContner.
Mrs. C. I. Rcames returned last
weok from an online at Colentin.
Dr. Kay wiih host at a family din
ner Sunday ihkIiI, pvon to Mrs. Kay.
Miss Kay, tho MiHos Kay and Mr.
and Mr. J. I). Olwoll. Mrs. K.iy
and family loft for Newport tho name
evening. Dr. Kay and Mr. and Mm,
Olwoll nocompnnyiiig thum in far an
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Daniel re
turned Thursday. Mr. Daniels, who
has licen in tho ttast, eiuno hy tho
way of Los Angeles, whoro he wiih
mot hy Mrn. DaniolH, who has heon
vtHiting her parents in Santa Ann,
Brown, J. M. Koot, Kd AndrewH, Ed
gar 1 Infer, Walter Stoke-, and Dun-lop.
This department Is a renular week
ly feature, dealinn with all phases of
tho fruit and produce world.
To our Stockholders and Friends:
Tho pour-packing hoiisoii will be
on in oaruobt commencing Monday.
Wo havo been packing in Central
Point tho past two or three days and
havo endeavored to notify all our
grouorH in that section to ho on hand
promptly with their pears. Thobo
who could not get their pears to
this packing houso Hhould now bring
them to .Medford packing houso. Wo
aro in poHilion to pack three ears
daily at our packing houso in Med
ford, and our growers can bring in
tho peuiH ut any time thoy nro ready
for packing. Wo aro icudy to push
this work as rapidly as possible and
will auk our members to. co-operate
with iih iik regards picking at the
proper hours, Hurting and getting tho
fruit to our packing Iiouho in good
order. Some of our growers havo
mil eomo for their supplies of pa
per and wo again link them to take
it out of our warehouso so that thoy
will ho Hiiro and havo it when Iho
time for packing ntVivcs. If you
havo not ordorcd your full supply
of stencils, stumps and packing
utensils wo think you should do so
Each of us know whether wo havo
done everything that could bo dono
for Iho welfare of our association,
and if you havo not dono your part
think you should come in and take
tho matter up with us.
Tho pour market eiiHt looks slrong.
California Hiutlotts sell aiouiid
$2.f0. Sharp doniand. Presont in
dications aro that wo will obtain vory
satisfactory prices for our fruit this
season. Eastern poach markets havo
greatly improved, which is benefit
ing our market on pears vory materi
ally. Yours vory truly,
HOflllE RIVEK FKUIT & PKOD-
C. W. Wilinoioth, Manager.
A vory pretty luncheon wiih given
Wednesday at tho homo of Mrn. Dun
lop, on Siskiyou Hcightu, lionor of
MoHilamoH C. S. Dudley, Calvin, I In
fer and Deliow, Mr. Diiulop and
Mrs. Stokes acting iih IiohIchhoh. The
tahlo wan artiHlieally decorated with
pink roHOH and hiind-imiulcd place
eardH of pink tokoh wore iihciI. TIuimj
proHont wore: McHdamoH C. S. Dud
ley, Calvin, llnfor, Deliow, CluirloH
The wedding of MisH Inez. Alice
McCray to Mr. David K. Wood was
Holemuircd in AhIiIiuhI last .Sunday,
the Kov. M. Van Foshoii officiating.
Mrs. Woods, tho daughter of Mr. V.
C. MeCray, is very popular with tho
younger Hot, and Mr. Woods has loin;
been employed at tho Hotel Nash
and Iiiih many frieudH. Tho young
couple will ho at homo after August
15 on Went Hamilton street.
The ladies of the MethodiHt Epin
eopal church will give a dinner Wed
nesday evening, AugiiHt 10, in tho
basement of tho church, beginning at.
(I o'clock. An old-faHliioncd dinner,
consisting of chicken and veal, vogc
taliloH, Hiilad, pie, tea and coffee will
lie honed hv tho ladioH and every one
is most cordinlly invited.
Quite a parly will motor to Cole
man Sprint's today, where they will
spend the day, the guests of Mr. and
Mrn. Lawrence. Among those going
are Mr. and Mrs, Philip Hamill, Mr.
ami Mis. Coiiro Fiero, Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. I). Olwell; Messrs. Ilarvoy, Tron-
hon, AHthury and Frnscr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Olwoll enter
tained at the I.nuvre at dinner in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence of
Coleman Springs. Tho gnosis were
Mr. and Mrs. Lnwrence, Mrs. Con
nor of Ashland, Messrs. Harvey,
Astliurv, Tjoii-ou. Dodge and Frn
scr. Mr. W. 0. Aldenhngen leaves
Wednesday on a vacation. He will
go to Portland for a sliorl time, and
from there take a stenmor trip 10
Misses Stella Schiller, Esther
Cady and Miller and Messrs. 0. K.
Pierce, Harrv Hoswell nnd Leonard
Kohinsou will spend Sunday at Cole-stiu.
IN THE FRUIT GROWING WORLD
WntBonvIllo Cal. Wo nro pleased
to Htato that California will have n
full crop of nil varieties of apples,
with tho exception of tho Ilollflour.
This variety Is riowii In larRo quun
tltlt'K here In Pajaro valley, and la
vlow of the fact that It la about 40
per rout tdiort, it la going to make
the output run coiiHldornbly less.
You may figure that Pajaro valloy,
which Is th ' chief apple district of
this state, will hnvo about 3000 cars
of apples, about one-third of which
will bo marketed within tho conflnoa
of this state. Wo bollovo thnt 200
rara will cover all other districts la
Wn.NATCIIKK'S lllfl CHOP
fSiowei-h i:peot to Ship SIOOO Car
loads of Fruit Tills Year.
M. J. Costollo, nRHlBtnnt traffic
manager for tho Great Northern rail
way, and Judge J P. Ilrown of this
place, counsel for tho company, have
purcluiHcd n full hearing orchard In
tho Wonntcheo valley for JHfi.OOO.
Tho tract comprlHoa 22 acroa of 11-yoar-old
tioea of tho liost varieties
and tho remainder of tho orchard,
containing 32 ncrea In all, Is in
In regard to thoir now vonturo,
Mr. Coatollo said: "Wo oxpect to
market between JIB, 000 nnd $20,
000 worth of fruit this year. Thoro
Is no blight In tho country and tho
orchnrda aro carrying nn onormoiiH
crop. Moroovor, thoro Is ovory In
dication that tho prlco will bo high
this fall, owing to dostructlvo frosts
throughout tho Mississippi valloy
and otlior sections of tho east,
"Wonatcheo Is figuring cm ship
ping 3000 carlonda of fruit this year,
a larger amount thnn ovor boforo In
tho history of tho valloy."
Facing Death In
. , ?
"' J" '' iiJ' J r yt
rhotos by Atnerlcun l'resu Ausoclatloa
Pushball guinea amuso a portion
of tlio social leaders of fashionable
coming Into his own iiRuln. but only
APPLE CROP FOR FIVE YEARS.
Mi'.mo T.'iO.OOll (VJo.OOO
Now I lampshiro i . . . . i . . -100.000 ,"i00,00li
Veiuiout -. .- 'JOO.OOO :i7o,000
Mussaehuscttt, lUIO.OOO -loO.OGO
Rhode Island 100,000 125,000
Connecticut 200,000 2."0,00l)
Totalo . 2,010,000 2,32o,000
New York .. , U.400,000 -1,500,000
New Jersey ?. ... . v. :..,..,.. 300.000 y.'iO.OOO
Pennsylvania ,. . .'. .7. . . $. . .. 1,000.000 2,000,000
Delaware 1 ..'..". o4. . ft. .'.. J v ' 150,000 200,000
Ohio 'I,. .i.Jf.1 . F. .1 . , . . 1 ,050.000 1,000,000
Michigan '....' 1,S50,000 1.200,000
Wisconsin , 250.000 250,000
p ' i, . -
Totahi ':..'. ....'.'.. .-: 8.000,000 10,100,000
Indiana ?..."... P. .-..'.. . 450,000 500,000
Illinois .' . . .?; 000.000 750,000
Missouri ,....; 510,000 400,000
Kansas 275,000 375,000
Nebrmika ! ; 350,000 200,000
Iowa 500,000 425,000
Arkansas .'. 3')0,000 300,000
Totals 3,005,000 2,050,000
Colorado 450,000 300,000
Idaho 100,000 150,000
Utah 100,000 150,000
Montana ;: 00,000 X 75,000
California ? )t . J . , . . . . 1,100,000 1,250,000
Oregon ". ''. . J . . I . . . 250,000 (100,000
Washington ' i' ' 371,000 450,000
To! ills , 2,435.000 2,075,000
West Virginia 1 450,000 500,000
Virginia , 000,000 750,000
Maryland 275,000 300,000
Kentucky 1,200.000 1,300,000
Tonuessoo 1,100,000 1,250,000.
Totals 3,025,000 4,100,000
All other i 3,000,000 3,000,000
United States orop 22,735,00y0 25,450,000
To Get New Thrill For Society.
(Mlis Ilcicn C. ITrntlss nnd Henri' Hell
of sock t. but Jumping fences and hurdles Is calling for the dctlded attention
mimmor reports The motorcar Ih tlll the favorite of MK-lety. but tho horse Is
for his special nbhlty to Jump n fence or push a ball around a field.
Rev. Adrinn Holmes and Mrs.
Holmes and n party of friends, who
arc visiting them from California,
left Friday for a trip to Crater Lake.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hutchinson nnd
party returned Sunday evening from
a trip to Crater Lake. Pelican Bay
The Ladies' Aid of the Christian
church will meet with Mrs. Ben Gar
nett Wednesdny afternoon. All tho
ladies are requested to bo present.
Mr. and Mrs. Piatt, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard and Mr. and Mrs. Qaddis
left Snturday for Butte Falls, where
thev will camp for several weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. Hargrave nnd Miss
Gertrude Hnrcrrnve hnve cone to Lost
Prairie, where they will spend twot'ey-
Mrs. Charles Brown entertained ut
bridge Thursday afternoon. The!stin
gnests were: Mesdaines Edgar Ha
fer, Walter Stokes and Dunlop.
Mr. and Mrs. William I. Vawter
and fnmily left Saturday morning for
Crater Lake, where they will spend
Mr. G. L. McNara and family left
Thursday for Eugene, where they
will reside while Miss Crystnl attends
tho Lmiversity of Oregon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Glen Fnbric will
make the ascent of Mount Shasta
and expect to lenve for that plrree
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Heard. Mtes
Heard and Dr. Conroy returned Sat
urday from a trip to Crater Lake nnd
Mr. A. C. Allen and son leave
soon for a trip to California. Mad
ame Allen left Thursday for San
Mrs. F. H. Farrar of Gold Ray
left Thursday for a trip east. While !
away s-he will visit in Minneapolis
tfr. William Colviir has returned
rom Portland, where she hits been I tor, Mrs. Grnco Norman, loft Thurs
stnving with her sons. Vance and dnv on a visit to San Francisco.
Donald, for the past few months. (Continued on Page 13.)
."0 Cars nt North Vaklma.
Xorth Yakima, 'nsh. A conser
vative estlmnto of our fruit crop this
fall would be 2500 cars of apples,
125 cars of Dartlett pears, nnd 20
cars of winter pears. All varieties
promise exceptionally well, savo
Black Twigs, Arkansas Blacks and
Red Cheek Pippins. Size, color and
quality promises exceptionally good.
Our estimate tor the state la 4500
Fine Crop at lloocl Hlet.
Hood River Or. Hood River will
hnvo n splendid crop of apples this
year. The two principal varieties
grown hero aro N'owtowna and Splt
zenbergs. 1 believe the present crop
to bo tho best, tho handsomest and
most uniform crop wo have ovor had.
Tho totnl crop. Including all varie
ties, will probably bo about 400 cara,
FroMs Uula Montana Fruit.
Helena, Mont. Tho outlook for a
largo yield of apples In this state
this year Is tho roverso of promis
ing. Lnto frosts destroyod tho buds,
and only a light crop la oxpected.
Growers In tho Bitter Root district
expect a fair yield of avorago qual
ity, but shipments will bo consider
ably lighter than in 1909.
.Michigan Crop Not Heavy.
Lansing, Mich. Frost reduced tho
applo crop of Michigan 30 por cont
or mnybo 35. In somo parts of tho
stato 50 per cont of tho crop was
ruined, but growors now think that
tho damage was not altogether as
bad as at first reportod. In Ludlng
ton, S5 per cent of tho apples woro
damaged. One-third of tho crop was
ruined at Montaguo, whllo tho ylod
at Dryden will bo only about 40 pdr
cent of n crop. It Is expoctod that
SO cars will bo shipped from Trav
Mr. and Miss Gilsan nnd the
Misses Frances nnd Evalino Wilson,
of Portland nro tho guests of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Hunt Lewis.
Dr. W. W. Ilnrt, who haa been the
guest of his brother, Dr. nenry Ilnrt.
left Saturday for his homo in Chi
cago. Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter of Cht
cngo had as dinner guests Tuesday
last at tho Nash grill Mr. and Mrs.
Conro Fioro and Mr. Morrow.
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. T. George and.
child of Umatilla county nro tho
guests of Mrs. George's sister, Mrs.
J. W. Diamond.
Mrs. C. S. Dudloy is the guest of
her sons, Messrs. Howard and Dud-
Rev. Matlock and family left Fri
day for a two weeks' stay at Cole-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Philip Hnmil woro
the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
D. Olwell at the Louvre Fridny night
Dr. Bay left Thursday for New
port to risit his family, who are
spending the summer there.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Stcwnrt and
Mrs. J. M. Keenc loft Tuesday for
Mr. and Mrs. Alford nnd family
left Tuesday for Butte Falls, where
thoy will camp for several weeks.
Mrs. Fiero and Miss Emily Fiero
nro spending several weeks at Gear-
Colonel and Mrs. F. II. Ray have
returned from a trip to Portland and
arc again at Gold Rny.
Dr. L. Bundy nnd wife left Thurs
rlaj for Big Butte, where they will
cntnp for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Meeker re-
turned Tuesday from an outing at
I Mrs. R. II. Whitehead and dnugh-
Conducted by Charles W. Wilme
roth, manager of the Rogue Rlverj
Fruit & Produce Association.
erse City, or about 110 cars less than
last year. Tho output will, consist
of Duchess, thero being no winter
apples of any account. Tho yield at
Shelby will bo about 20 per cont
against 70 per cont last season.
Illinois Crop Very Light.
Chicago, III. Illinois will not pro
duce enough apples for local con
sumption this year. Tho freeze of
April destroyed almost all tho fruit,
and as a result dealers will have to
look to outsldo points for supplies.
Tho crop nt Carlylo nnd Effinghnra
Is n comploto failure Thoro la a
small sprinkling of amall fruit at
Rock Island and at Cobden, but not
enough for local uao. About 210
cars will bo shipped from Louisville,
or ISO cars raoro than last year.
Dealers In AdaniB, Blown, Plko, Jor
soy, Calhoun, Greono, Hancock and
Marlon counties say theso placos nra
baro of any apples.
Nebraska Crop Larger.
Omaha, Nob. Tho applo crop In I
Nebraska this year will bo slightly
largor than that of last season. Rich
ardson county, tho tenderloin of thel
stato, has a vory flno crop, tho best!
thnt has been grown there for sov-
eral years It Is thought that at
least 200 cars will l? shipped from
that place. Tho quality promises to
bo vory sond. Jonathan? Bon Davis
nnd othar varieties two well repre
sented In tho crchards. Shipment.) of
Early liar ist apples nra now iJtolng
forward In liberal quantltlos, Late
appl03 will start In September, al
though shipments on a largo scalel
will not bogln until October.
Kaunas Crop Ih Fair,
Kansas City, Kan. Although late
frosts ruined hundreds of crops, the
applo ylold throughout Kansas tlil
yenr will bo hoavlor than that of
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