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Knterrd as second-cUim matter at
MenfonJ. Oregon, under the set of
March 1, 1179.
Official raner of tho City of Molford.
Official Paper Of Jnrknon Count r.
Rhb ........ liM oalkll
On month, by mull.
Per month, delivered hy carrier In
tral Point .10
Faturday only, by mall, per year 1.00
Weekly, per year.- - . 1.10
Dally avcrsjr fr eleven month end
ing: November 10. isil, SMI.
SALB5r,FcbA 8, Th fyHoVuiR
measures have been .introduced of in
tcrcst lo Jnckf-ou eottntyj
S. II. 31.", by Smith To protect,
fiohinc in Hague river.
U. H. .VI9. by Jnekon county dele
gation Fixing salaries o Jackson
IF. I). 510, by Cnrkin providing
for commissioner in juvenile court.
U. H. rt-JO, by Carkin Crcntiug
sinle hoard of bar examiners.
U.,lU.M'2f by Carkin Providing
method for laying ont and altering
II. IJ. M.'l, by Cnrkin Creating
commission to recommend changes jn
II. H. f0.", by Pierce Hcgulatiiig
fislung in Sixes and Elk rivers,
t If. Ik fifill, by Pierce Kegutnting
'fisbingjn Itogue rher.
II. I). 580, by Hcatnes Relnting to
time in which appeal may be taksn. .
'! II. II. 581,' by Kcameu Relating to
registration of voters.
II. Ik- 582, by Ileames Providing
for election of judges.
If. II. 598, by 3IasseyTo abolish
normal school at Ashland.
JOLTS AND JINGLES
By Ad Brown
The fact that a pastor preached
21 sermons In that many' hours
brines up the question aa to how
many times the collection box "was
Of course a lot of spring poems are
hnddlng! If it were not for tho
subllmo faith of each poet that he
alono 1b qualified to conduct spring
out of tho fastnesses of winter, whaj
would become of eternal optimism
and Its slde-kicker. confidence?
Thcro's a man at Cottage drove
named D. O. Doom. Can It be Day
The Order of the Pink Market Bas
ket reports excitement In tho ranks.
The Union Pacific takes tho Cen
tral Pacific, says a headline. Some
one elso U taking Swift's Specific,
according tho an ad.
Someone writes us as follews:
"Will you plcaso print this Joko and
tell mo' what you think of It? Tho
UulRurs should tako Gallopoll In a
gallop.' Wo print tho Joko hut re
fuso the commont.
, Speaking of military companies It
appears that Medford has a dentist
to direct tho drilling.
Seven Company, O. N. G., has
demonstrated that It can do better
drilling with less practlco than any
company In tho country.
HEIRS OF MRS. EDDY AND
CHURCH REACH SETTLEMENT
I BOSTON, Feb. 8. Litigation over
tho bequests of $2,000,000 mode to
tho First Church of Christ, Scientist,
of Boston by Mrs. Mary Maker O.
ISddy, ended today when hor natural
heir Joined with tho trustees of the
church In tho proposed decrees en
tered In the courts Involved.
Coincident with this uctlon, tho
Massachusetts house concurred with
tho sonato lu an enabling net which
permits tho mother church to accept
and ttso tho money for tho advance
ment of Christian Bclenco as direct
ed by Its founder.
Tho stipulations provide that Geo.
V. Glover and E. J, Foster, Mrs.
Kddy's son and adopted son of Mrs.
Eddy, abandon their suits for a
sharo in. tho estate and ronounco
their claim to tho money loft tho
John A. Perl
98 p. HAUTLBTT ; j
rhoncg M. 471 and 478
Ambulant') Service Deputy Coroner
rumuiMiLmu jrvanr a
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tf addition to a million tlollm-s in appropriations naked
from tho lejrlHlntnre for Hie Orendii AirHiMilturul colli'irc.
is senate hill No. 72 nutliorlxing the O. A. C. "to engao lt
conduct and oncouniKC educational extension and field
work in all or any of the several counties" and authorizing
counties to appropriate moneys to co-operate with the
Though freely trumpeted that only $25,000 appropria
tion is asked, tho bill appropriates far more. Twenty-five
thousand dollars per annum is asked, commencing this
year. Counties are authorized to make special levies for
the work and for each dollar so provided, the state appro
priates, in addition to the $25,000 annually, the sum of two
dollars, the total for each county not to exceed $2000. It
also appropriates additionally annually a sum of money
equivalent in amount to any that may be furnished for sim
ilar purposes by the national government.
Six thousand dollars a year additional is appropriated
for two assistants to the state superintendent of public
instruction to travel throughout the state supervising in
dustrial and agricultural work.
This bill thus adds a total of $121,000, in addition to
what the shite may have to pay to meet tho government
half way. Of course the object is most commendable, it al
ways is, but. why not turn the state treasury over to the
O. A. C. and done. with it?
Xo wonder the O. A. O. did not want a millage bill for
support no reasonable millago would satisfy it, for out of
the $o,000,0(X) that will be appropriated by the legislature,
over a million is sought by the O. A. C.
The bill has the unqualified endorsement of both tin
Oregonian and Journal but
measure. Its most commendable feature is that it brings
tho agricultural college to the high schools and provides
for their teaching agriculture,
ing the established policy of
build up the O. A. C.
$150,000 FOR PAIRS ENOUGH.
FIERE seems to be no good reason why an excessive ap
propriation should be made for the California expo
To appropriate $500,000 would be an unnecessary waste
of money. At a great exposition the displays are so bewil
dering, "the area of buildings so immense, that little is re
membered by visitors of individual buildings and exhibits.
Who of those who visited the Chicago, St. Louis or the
Seattle expositions have any clear recollection of any of
the buildings, outside perhaps of their native state? And
what state can show any return for the money thus in
vested? Oregon should certainly be well represented at both
San Francisco and San Diego but it is not necessary to
expend a large amount to accomplish the ends sought A
$100,000 for San Francisco and $50,000 for San Diego
would be sufficient.
Of the two expositions, San Diego deserves most con
sideration. It is smaller and a more noticeable showing
can be made with a little money than at San Francisco,
where there will be such a multitude of displays. Nine out
of ten eastern visitors will see both fail's.
All remember the Oregon building at Seattle, with its
great free hotel for the fair commissioners and their
friends, at public expense. A large appropriation for San
Francisco would mean the same sort of waste on a greater
Business men, in whom the public have confidence,
should be named on the fair commission, rather than pro
fessional and cx-professional "boosters" and hot-air
Put the money in permanent improvements like roads.
ROGUE RIVER FISH BILL FIGHT.
THE bitterer the fight at Salem becomes over opening
Rogue river to commercial fishing, the better for the
sportsmen and up-river interests. Jt it will only become
warm enough to render passage of any measure impossible,
tliere will be no sorrow in Jackson county.
The bill reported out of the house fish committee is a
compromise between all three interests the mouth of the
river that wants both seining and netting, the middle river
that wants netting, and the tipper river that wants a closed
The mouth of the river is given netting from April 15
to August 10, and seining from Sept. 1 to Nov. 20. The
middle river is given a thirty day netting season from
April 15 to May 15 from Jump-off Joe Creek to O rants
Pass. Nets are restricted to Qy-j. inch mesh, and a .-hour
Sunday dosed season provided.
All legislation is the result of compromise, so some such
compromise bill as that now being wrangled over inav be
passed. It gives all sections
uuiuhu, wmiiu iiku to see seining eliminated and tne river
closed at the Illinois, if it cannot be kept closed entire!)'
for seining depletes the supply too rapidly and the river
above the Illinois is too narrow for the use of nets too
many spawning beds for commercial fishing.
The proposed bill naturally pleases none of the three
factions, yet insistence by any one faction on an enlarge
ment of rights provided, will result in demand for equal
enlargement of rights by the other factions and defeat the
GOOD EXHIBIT IN WINDOWS
OF COMMERCIAL CLUB
A look In tho front window of tho
Commercial club building will bo of
benefit to any ono who hus tho in
terest of Medford at heart. Tho fine
lino of uoods and many others of tho
lino not shown lu tho window will bo
manufactured and shipped front
Medford Insldo of ninety days from
March 1. These articles are to ho
put out In a now uniform lithograph
ed. Jahol bearing the word "Medford''
upon each packajjo by tho Korlnek
Veterinary Jlotnedy company,
srEDT'ORn mm TurnmrR,
so has everv other 0. A. C.
as thev should, thus revers
robbing the high schools to
something. Sportsment, of
JOE HIBBARD WILL START
NEW GROCERY IN MEDFORD
Joo Ilibbard, who has been In tho
Ripccry business Jn Medford for
twelve years and wbh recently asso
ciated with Mr. Olmutcud, tho gro
cer, will opon a grocory -early noxt
week in tho building recently vacat
ed by tho Allen Grocory compuny at
Nos. 3G and 40 South Central. Ev
erything In tho store will bo new
and fresh, and as Mr. Ilibbard has a
wldo acquaintance nml iiiiiloiritaiida
tho business ho will succeed.
onKciotf. sATnm.w, KiwnrAitvfl, ion.
ituroiiT or tiii: coniutio.v or
The Medford National Bank
nt Medford In the Hinlt' nf Oregon, nt tho flono of huslni, February 4, 101.1.
Loatut nml niicounln
Overdrafts, secured nud unsecured
U. S. Ilniuli to secure circulation
I' B. Itonds to seciih' I'oMnl SnvliiRS
Premiums on V. H. Ilonds
llonds. "Hocurltlon, etc.
llankliiK house, furniture and fixtures
lluo from National Hanks (not rosono iiKfiita)
Duo from Stato and Private llnukn and Hankers, Trust Com
panies, and Saving" Hanks .
Duo frtun approved Unserve A;onts .
Kxrhauxcti for Clearing House ..
Notes of other National lluukn
Fractional Paper Currency. Nickels, nud Cents
Lawful Money Heserve In Hank, vlt:
Redemption fund with V. S. Treasurer (GVt of circulation)
Capital stork paid In ,
Undivided Profits, lon expanses nml
National linuk Notes outstnttuim;
Individual deposits subject to check
Demand ccrllflcattm of deposit
Time certificates of deposit
Certified checks .
Cashier' check nutstnndtnK
Postal Saving Deposits, ...
Notes and bills rcdlscuunted .
State of Oregon, County of Jackson. SS.
1. W. II. (lore, president of the above-named hank, do solemnly swear
that tho above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and liotlef,
W. II. noun.
Suhrcrlh.'d and sworn to licfurn im this Cth day nt Fohruury. 1013,
U. W. UOHUllTS.
J. A. PKIlllY.
I-'. 11. MKIUIICIC,
J. M. KKKNi:.
UKPOUT OP TI1H CONDITION of
The Farmers 8c Fruitgrowers Bank
at Medford, In the state of Oregon, ut the chiso nf business Feb. 4,
Loans and discounts ... .
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured . ..
llonds and warrants ......
Stocks and other securities.
Forulturo and flttures
Other real estate owned
Duo from banks (not reserve banks)
Due from approved reserve banks......
Checks and other cash Items ...
Kxchanges for clearing house
Cash on hand ... .. ..
Other resources ...
Capital stock paid n
Undivided profits, less expenses and
Due to banks nnd bunkers
Individual deposltn subject to check...,
Demand certificates of deposit..............
Cashier checks outstanding
Time certificates of deposit .......
Total .' I17C.298.7C
Stato of Oregon, County of Jackson, hs.:
f, L. L. Jacobs, cashier of tho abotu-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief.
L. L. JACOIIS, Cashier.
Subscribed and nwprn to before me this 7th t'.ny of Fobruary, 1913.
T. 11. LUMBDKN. Notary Public
COIUIKCT Attest: " DKLHOY OUTCIIKLL.
J AH. camphi:ll,
11. F. ANTLi:,
Home Remedy for Eczema
from our cxptrlenc aa drucilaU in
tlit community. cn rrcoiamaiui. as
an absolutely reliable rrmeily tor akin
dUcatm, tlia D.D.D. rvatarlptloa for
csnia, mat! In th D.iJ 1). laboralorl
In Chicago. Tills I an Ideal hom rm
cdjr for it has lh advantagta of btltir a
convenient wash, ay to apply and posi
tively harmleaa to tlin moat tender akin.
V.li.V. stvas Instant relief from itie
Irrltatlpjr Iteh. It penetrates ilia pores
and reaches Ilia root of the disease Im
mediately. Just a tOo bottle will con
vine you of this.
PAGE FENCE MAKES
WHY LOSE YOUR TIME
AikJ temper rJwiHintf your neighbors' hogs und sioolc
from your graini'iclds and orchards when yon can
keep tliem out by placing
PAGE WIRE FENCE
around your farm.
PAGE FENCE SAVES YOU DOLLARS.
PAGE FENCE will save yon dollars and timo and
increase the value of your place ninny times ts cost
to you besides giving you lifelong service.
YOU NEED IT WE HAVE IT so let's get
together and it will mean dollars to you, mid security
for your crops.
Gaddis (8b Dixon
"THE PAGE FENCE MEN" , ,
134 N. Riverside Avo, , Medford, Oregon
PAGE FENCE PROTECTS YOUR CROPS
L'.. 100. 00
IS. 800. 00
n . ..9.M
n. 000. 00
.. am. tins. m;
. . ..! H.'Jir..74
S, 000. 00
M ! .,. ,.ll
"We advise every sktn auKrer to l.avo
D.P.D. Prescription always on imiuL of
couraa alt drusslsta sell It t" to them
If you can't como to us but don't o
oept a bla; prottt aubatltute.
iluwavrr. If you coma to our store. ra
have so much conltdenca In this mild,
nntlarptla wash that wo wilt guaranteo
tho nrat full-alca bottle to do a we lay.
If not, psy iiotlilnr Let us ulto tall
you about U.li.D. soap.
" t- t
.: :.-.: ;x!H
. M. I I.
A Wonderful Tonic
That Aids Digestion
Tlii)tisnndR urn tumble In dlnent
certain kinds or fund. Ill liiust ruses
It Is not the fault or the fond, nor
the stuiunch It Is pruhiiblo that the
stomach has been abused. Many ru
sort to pro'dlKcstcd foods und vnr
Inns kinds of inctllrlucH to Itet te
ller from dypepsla, luitlitestloii ,111111
heartburn, hut without perumnent
If your stomach was lu perfect
condition, )ou would not need medi
cine to dlw'M lite foods )oti eat.
Jiiyne'H Tmtlo Verinlfune Is a sloin
ach rcKiilntor. It r.ets the stnmnrh
lu such 11 condtlnn that It will ill
Itest rood without other assistance.
It overcomi the acidity and stimu
lates the toatliiK nf the stomach and
Intestines so that they will properly
absorb nud assimilate the nutri
ment from the food eaten. Sufferers
from dsiemla and Indigestion will
find permanent relief In n short time
utter hcKliiultiK the use or the toule.
For children, the addition of a little
Hiinar will make It most palatable.
Many forms of supposed ludlites
tlon iiro the result of Intestinal para
sites, for which Jauo'A Toule Ver
mtruKe Is unsurpassed. Insist upon
.Inyne's; ncrept no other. Millions
hnvo praised It tor more than eighty
ears. Sold by driiKKlsts every
where. Dr I). Jajne Son, Phila
Finest selected seed potatoes.
Prices low, considering quality
Our supply of the following, which
Is limited, Is belli k handled throiiKh
J. C. Schmidt's feed store.
'Karllest of All1' (well known, nnd
best of all the early potatoes-, white,
uniform, smooth, prolific. Is also 11
Kreat keep), ht 10 lbs. 1 . etu.flo
Karly Sunrise" per l0 lbs U.n
American Wnmlnr" per luo lbs u.sw
Order now, ns flrsi class Is at a
O.ipltnl II 111
V enrrv a
very roinplel tln of
curtains, rixlurea. ete
lrstrlr, lac r
H...I .,.. .. i I I..HHMH I.e .. ......I..I Mlfl l A
HUH .... 1,, tmrm ... iii.iiwij... 1 ,..n
aprlnl limn in lonti after this work
rkrlusltrly nml will Klvn aa kimh!
aervlre as la imssiblo lu set III even
llio lurerat clUrs,
Wook3 & McGowan Co.
Stoain and Hot Water
Atl Work tliisrontied
COFFEEN & PRICE
as Xowsrd Block, mtranta oa ttb St.
Kouie riiona 34.
Clark & Wright
WASHINGTON, I). O.
Tubllc Land Matters: Final Proof.'
Desert Lands, Contest and Mlulng
Official Photbirraplior of tho
Medford Commercial Olufc
Interior and exterior viows
Negatives mado any timo
and any place hy appoint
ment. 208 E. Main Phono 1471
I Von Dorn f
242 Turk Strcot
Z Finest popular pricod I
Hotel in San Francisco ;
Z Modern Central :
WHERE TO GO
Mfiirniil' llniite of Fp.lii.Date
You should never miss It wu show
It every Friday and Uatitrday, llest
current eveutn filmed.
A nuttier two-reel fentuie,
"I'lltlW OK COXHl'IKNOi:"
DeplctliiK a powerful story of love,
hatred ami Jeuluusy
"lllllt OWN nou.vniY"
A photoplay of (In Spanish period In
southern Cullfonilu. Portrayed hy
the famous I'blni: "A1 coinpiiuy.
Xetv Populur Souk
Wo Feature Our Mulc ami llffects,
TOO HAD to enn't lot ynu lu on the
secret yet, hut It's so tood that you
will relish It till Ihn more when wn
spread the itlad lldluris. Within tho
next two weeks to are koIiik to ninkn
an nnuouuremuiil that will snt you
wild with enthusiasm and will con
vince you thut tho Star Theater
means proKresslveiK'ss In photo play
Matinees Dally, 2 to 0 p. m.
ADMISSION. 5c AND 10c
i ISIS THEATRE I
uotmits and w.M.ur.u ::
fllpsy Musical Act, Special ;;
No ee strain to see our ','.
t Pliotn Plays Friday Afc Hiilunlny '
Till: II.UtKM tWPTIVIX '
- iifeis 3 iteeis . ,
o'MAit.i syi'.rn:it and
t'niiiliiK Next Wtvk
Till: FltODIiCD PATIt
Till: ItKII MAN'S IIONOIl
Watch TIicsk Dates
Only licensed films Four of 'em.
OhaiiKe every Sunday, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday
(lu Doiitttaii'N lihlsluii.
Oiiieii of the Mcmi,
An AliM'tit-Mliiili'il llurKlar.
After tln lloiieymooii,
Music Under the Dlruotlon of
10 CIIXTH III
Under New Management,
Auction Sale of Acreage
The underslKiied has derided to
make another auction Halo of 2V4 to
5 ucru tracts In tho Pierce Subdivi
sion between the I Cth day of April
and tho Kith of March,
Since my sale last March much Im
provement bus been douu In thla lo
cality, positive evidence that this Is
thu preferable location for bulldliiK
Two nice homes und n number of
smaller ones hnvo been built thla
past Hummer and fall, llulldltiK Is
now kuIiik on lu HiIh nelithborhood;
u now freo rural delivery now pussea
thrqtiuh the Plurco Subdivision. An
electric power and licit t Hue Iiiih re
cently been constructed. With Reed
roads, free soil und city water, n
homo hero In u little ranch lu tho
For particulars and tornm wrlto
0. H. PIERCE
DUN II. Main HI reel, Medford
ICkkm for Huttlne nun stock for
snlo from tho host birds In Southern
Oregon- Wliinem of 1st prlr.o for
pen, 1h1 rock, IHt nnd 2d pullet and
2d hop tit (IruiitH Past) Poultry show
J. U. VVUAUl, Tulimt, Oickoii,