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S CROPS IN
NEW YORK STAIE
Tlio Now York Tlmep contain, tlio
fallowing Albany dispatch tinted
Serious (Inmnpc to crops through
out Now York Btato Is resulting from
tho drought. Farmers overywlipto
nro "praylnR for rain." Tho hay
crop will ho reduced one-half unless
rain falls noon In Rcnorous quanti
ties, and is followed by hot weather.
In tho Inst fortnight frosts have
destroyed Lorries, fruits and garden
truck In many sections. Tho Adrlon-
dack counties report especially heavy
frosts. Tomatoes, beans, and other
vino plants hnvo been destroyed In
largo quantities, and farmers oro re
planting. In tho Adirondack", ico
formed within tho last two weeks.
In tho Albany district nearly every
form of farm produce has had n ser
ious setback. Potatoes wero froxen
In tho ground in Henssclacr county.
Ityo Is tho only crop in tho Albany
district reported generally good. Sar
atoga fatuity represents n good buy
crop, with n light yield or oats and
ryo; In that county fruits look good,
and a fair yield of apples Is prom
ised, inoro aro practically no
strawberries in this section.
Tho Niagara-Orleans county fruit
- belt reports great damage from tho
frost of May 12. In tho Lnko Ontar
io counties apples will be about half
n crop It Is an off year for Bald
wins, fow trees showing any blos
soms. Greenings will show lighter.
Kings nro in tho best shape. Tho
peach crop will bo fair. Grapes -core
badly damaged. Thero will bo n
heavy pear crop, especially Bartletts.
Quinces were wiped out. Early
cherries wero badly damaged, but
lato chorrics will yield fairly well.
In tho Hudson valley fruits woro
ruined. Columbia County farmers
until recently mado no. effort to
plant corn. Ryo and oats aro fair.
Grass will bo below an average crop.
LONDON, Juno 23. In tho bopo
of preventing Impending hostilities
In tho llalknns, tho powers today
are bringing nil possible pressure for
pence on Greece, Servlu and Bul
garia, who nro on the verge of wir
over tho territories captured from
tho Turks. Tho powers nro urging
arbitration of tho territorial dis
putes between tho three nations.
While no direct confirmation is
obtntnsble, It Is freely reported that
Austria Is sevrotly fomenting dimen
sion among tho Balknn allies, eslr
Ing to mako possible tho organiza
tion of a powerful Slav coalition
which, In the near future, might pos
sibly unite to disrupt and dismember
Austria and Hungary itself.
THE LAMPSHADE SKIRT, ONE
OF THE NOVELTIES OF PARIS
tar .t rtuu vmm
WINS BY 5 10 3
Kiins 200 000 010 Jl
Hits 'JOO 020 010 o
MoKmldcup I 0 0 0 0 0
Iliinl ) :.:i 0 I' 0 t 0
Toinirt :n a r
I TwO-ltllHI! IlltH, (linkllt WIImOII,
tVnui'oiil, Dill. SI i mk out, by Alu-
Dr. If. K. Morrison
Tho funeral services of Dr. If. K.
Morrison wero hold from tho fatjilly
homo Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Tho
services were private. Interment
in I. O. O. F. cemetc-y.
KETCHIKAN, Alaska. Juno 23.
The Pacific Coast Steanifhlp com
pany Btcamshlp, Curacao, Is a total
wreck today, having run full speed
Into an uncharted rock at Warm
Chuck, thirty miles from Fish Kg5.
on tho west coast of 1'rlnce of Wales
Islands. Tho pumps wero powerless
against tho Inrush of water, tho bot
tom of tho vessel being ripped open
and Captain Thomson Immediately
headed tho vessel for tho beach at
Swift's cannery, reaching shoro Just
as tho water climbed to tho deck
lino. Whllo several persons narrow
ly escaped drowning, no lives were
lost. The steamer sank to tho bot
tom, it being high tldo at tho tlmo
and only part of tho Curacao's stack
was visible a few minutes after tho
last person was transferred to tho
Tho Curacao reached hero lait
Thursday from Seattlo and left Pt
midnight. Its entire cargo, princi
pally of cannery supplies, will be
iaiY ItlllKltS, ATTENTION!
Ladles that have arranged to ride
In parade meeting at library ground
Tuesday'at C:00 P. M. for practice.
The lmn)wlinde skirt, worn by some
of tluxc Pnrisieniiex who delight in
no cities lin made it nppenrauoe in
London m the Mnge. There i very
little chance of its going into general
The lnniv0inle U something like
the old lioopskirts of ante-bellum
days. But instead of one hoop there
nro three. They nre made of wire
nml fastened to the skirts so eneli
stands out. Hilda Ilcwieke, the
dancer, has introduced it in "Sd. n
Mile," now being played in London.
In Paris some women have been bold
enough to npenr nt the race tracks,
but ns jet there nre no signs that
the Parisian public will take up the
FOUR HOURS' OF RAGGING
KILLS CHAMPION RAGGER
NEW YORK. June 2.1. Mr. Kdnn
Danger, 32, is dead today from heart
disease, resulting from four hours'
continuous "ragging" in an effort to
become chnmpinn dnncer of Kidge
wood. More than one thousand coil
pies took part in the dance, which is
held annually on the nsphnlt pave
ment in Silver street bv the Ilidge
vrnml block party nssocintinn.
Cenlnil Point finally succeeded in
winning n lmctmll game, defeating
Med ford on tho local grounds yctcr
dny o to 11. As usual tho game was
marred bv tho crnbbing of Curie?
WiNon. Curley went the limit in lho
Inst inning when he took two inef- J
fectunl swings nt Uniiie John Wil
kinson's head and went wide of hi
target. It is the uuituiu'.niis opinion
of Mcdford fobs that Wilson should
he squelched even nt the cost of cut
ling Central Point off tlio list of
teams to play in Mcdford in the fu
ture. MeFnddeu pitched good enough
hall to win under ordinary conditions
but was not supported, tho usually
reliable Miles nud Scholtr. citing
when errors were most costly.'
Antic made one of the best, if not
the best catch ever seen on the local
grounds and was wnrmly applauded,
llurd who relieved McFaddcn in the
fifth inning was in form, striking out
six, getting one hit nud on assist.
Milt nud Marshall gnvo cornet
imitations of snails nud were thrown
out when speed might have won the
game. The sumninry:
All. It. H.PO.A.K.
Hnrper, 2b :i 0 0 .' I
WiNon. o .') 2 2 11 1
Mclntyre. p I 2 2 0 1
Crawford. Ut, f... 4 110 0
Itoss ss ii 0 I 1 2
Coleman .Inl. f.. . .Ti 0 0 1 2
Oilskin, p. cf.....5 0 :i 0 0
Farm, If. .' 0 0 2 1
Clark, rf. J 0 0 0 1
hidden, II; llotd, (I; Mclnlytc, I).
Hiiho on hulls, off Mol'mlileii, 2;
lluid, (lasklii. t; Mclntyre, 1,
Hit hy pitched hall, hy Kuril. 2t Mc
lulyic, I, Wild pitch. KiihMii. Left
Ion htitoiH, Cenlnil Point, 11; Mcdl'nnl,
8. Time of game, 2 Iiuuih, 1ft nihi
lities, Cmplic, WilliliiHon.
Mm tat Sail RHawn, T.IWr, PwUiU, Luput,
ami All Skin AfltktUxM.
,:is fi 0 27 0
AH.lt. II. PO.A.F.
Miles, ss. .
Oill, rf. ...
Antic, If. 1
Marshall 1st, f....:i
Mclchoir, 3li D
'Relieved MeFnddeu in fifth in
Score hy innings:
Ccntrnl Point -
ltuns 202 100 000 .1
Hits 112 210 101 !1
Etui 3tlrrtMri Wim'l 11 n 4 m
lMrmUh Aflrr S. . . (!
Alt skin trout-lea ahnuM bo nttark'tl
from within by Klvlnir (tin tituixl clr
dilution n kucxI ilnlljr both. Tliln I
ccoinilllinl wltli R H. R, IIih tit
known nnvl mint hlwhly rocommiiltl
blood iurlilrr ever illm-iivircil, ' It
urtlon In wry miilil. I In VPUtaMu
nuturo la aueh (hut It nnlurully ntia
rlKht Into (tin UU'inl. anturittra tliu
rtitlrit clreulutlon, tuithra th tlnaui
with an Intluaiu-x th.it vnabl th
klu to liml uulckly. Tho notion of
R R R la Hint of nn imlliloto. nml
thla fnct haa tircn Uetuorintrntcil time
nml tlmr nitMln In tha moat anvero
forma of wrrpltiir rranmn.
Ita IlitluriHT In tho tlaaora where
lh tiny urlcrlra tranafnr (hn ril
IiIiiimI fnr the worn out tilooil to llm
vrln la uullp rrmnrknlile nml oea nn
ruiialnntly with rvrry tick of tho
clock thn tirnt of thn timet.
And nvtv akin a Ihua rniiartl to form
while the Kerina of Irrltntlmr Inltu
rtirra that cuuae rririim nre arnttered
nml their bnrmfiit nnturo antlroly aua
liended. R R P. hna n wonderful totiln ln
flurnre In tho bloinl becnuan It con
tain nn "ilopp," la not n "halc," la
entirely frco of nny mineral ilruici or
nny other druKa except the remark
able meillclnal effect of the pure vege
table pro.lucte of which It la nimle.
Few people realtte how harmful nre
many of the atrong, mute nlntmenta
that uaeil to be In favor before they
Irarned thnt R R R l eafe, apeedy
nml aure. Aak at nny itruir atnre fnr
a bottle of R R R (live It n icno1
trial and you will soon are n itei-Meil
Improvement In any form of akin
trouble. Write to Tha Hwlft Mpeclnc
Co. 117 Swift UMc, AtUita. (la. for
apeclal freo advice on metna nml nny
other form of skin or blood trouble.
C'hoicp luiiltliiitf nitu with litmuHI'ul view of
Mftlfoid unci vallo.v. .hint oimt of iMudl'iiril city
limitrt in bt'st, ri'.sitliMU' Hcctitin of Mcdt'onl.
'Phis sito can ho puivluiHotl for $'200 down,
hoiifj tiiuo mill timy tenns on Imlnncc.
ADDRESS P.O. BOX 207
We carry n very complete line of
draperlea. lacn curlalna. fliturea. etcu.
anil lo nil claeara of uj)holiterln A
eiM-clal nian to look nfirr thla work
exclualvely mul will give Reed
aervlce n la poaalble to Kt In even
tha larKrat cltiea.
Weeka & McGowan Co.
Now is the tinu to mako selection of lots and
tracts in this magnificent residence district.
JOHN A. TORNEY
ROOM 1, PALM BLOCK
THE WAYWARD SISTER
A Society Drama With an riiecjnealcd Plot
A CRY FOR THE DUMB
One of the Imp Company's Urcate.st Product ionw
THE LAW OF THE WILD
A Most Thrilling Drama of the (Ireat Northwest
A KNIGHT OF THE GARTER
, A .Screaming Comedy ;
Another Sidesplitting Comedy
DOORS OPEN 7:30.
ADMISSION 5 AND 10 CENTS
Anv Seat in the House
ONE BIG FIRE
WOULD RETARD THE GROWTH OF MEDFORD AT LEAST TEN YEARS, IF NOT PERMANENTLY CRDPPLE IT. . ,
BECAUSE, AS A WHOLE, THE CITY IS 50 PER GENT UNDER - INSURED
" A VERY GREAT NUMBER OF PROPERTY OWNERS AND BUblNESS MEN ARE CARRYING NO INSURANCE AT ALL.
,' THE MAJORITY ARE CARRYING ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS PROTECTION WHE N THEY SHOULD HAVE TWO THOUSAND,
AND LARGER AMOUNTS IN PROPORTION. a. v , ,,,,,, t , f ,m& & ,x .lit I ?.fa I ' ii i
One Big Fire in Medford at present and the city would not recover for years!
IS IT SCIENTIFIC BUSINESS TO HAVE THIS PERIL HANGING OVER US, WHEN THE HAZARD COULD BE ELIMINATED
BY PAYING A FEW DOLLARS A YEAR MORE FOR INSURANCE? ' m . ,,Vm, j
GET OUT YOUR FIRE POLICIES
AND SEE HOW MUCH PROTECTION YOU -REALLY HAVE, THEN COMPARE THE TOTAL WITH THE VALUE OF YOUR STOCK
OR PROPERTY. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE FULL COVERAGE, CALL OR TELEPHONE &S , , j .,
R. H. McCURDY
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