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WWDC'Oltl) MAIL TULBUNR iMlflDKOItl.),
OKKUON. KATl'KDAV, NOVP.MHKU In, 10 M.
SSh ilWS OF THE OBCHD
IMS SPIRIT BE RIVER SPITZ YOUNG ORCHARDS l
)r. Alfred Daohnowoki, n for
eigner ly birth, is now professor of
liolnny in Hie Ftiite university of
Ohio, He. nocompniiieil tlie photo
geographers on their tour nml 1m
neled in tho onpiuity f official in
terpreter. He will he remembered by
the Medford hoN who met him ns
trnwOntinsr, fluently the interest hip
tnlks civen in Gcrmnti nt the I'm-
versily club dinner by Dr. tinder of
ITtrrlin, Dr. Tubuef of Munich nnd Dr.
Uroekmnnn of Zurich.
lie writes ns mnnw concerning
the Mrdford entertniument :
"Ohio State University, Columbu.
0., Nov. 10, 1013.
"Professor 1. J. O'Onrn, Medford.
Or. My Denr Mr. O'Qnrn: 1 wish
it wcro possible to express to you.
to the Medford Commcrcinl club, the
University club nnd to (ho people of
Medfprd my own ersonnl npprecin-
tion of your hospitality. nur splcn
did efforts have been the topic of
our convorention almost every day of
tho mtemationnl phytop'ograplnc ex
cursion after lenvlni: Medford, nnd
tho letters which I nm now receiving
from tho individual foreign members
of the party still echo it. To every
ono of Us it was a rare and great
pleasure to meet so many ladies nnd
gentlemen of broad-minded jersonnl
ity; gonial, courteous nnd with ca
pacity and outlook equally ns big.
massive nnd magnificent as is the
state of Oregon in scenery and nat
ural resources. You and your
friends nnd the people of Medford
hiivo left the deepest impression upon
tin and I thank you most sincerely
fpr the honor of having been your
"With best wishes, I nm, very truly
SELL IN GERMANY
NET $2 MEDFORD
The German apple market Is now
tho most favorable tor American ap
ples and now record prices for Pa
cific northwest offerings nro being
made there almost dally. At lire-
men tho trnilo ts rather excited over
tho sales of some apples shipped
from this section.
Tho Northwestern Krult Exchange
has received a special cnblo tolling
of some of these, extraordinary tran
ter. A carload of l'eshasttn Jona
thans sold at an average of J1.S4 per
box. f. o. U. for stock of extra fancy
grade, but mostly -JH tier. A car
load of Cashmere stock, extra fancy
and fancy assorted sold at an aver
age of J1.6S far both grades t. o. b.
A carload of Itoguo River Spltxon
burgs, consisting of over half fancy
nnd tho remainder extra fancy. Tho
latter averaged about $2.00 a box
at Koguo River whllo tho former
went at J1.G0.
Another carload of Koguo River
! lit. LMt.K. .. MtMAfl
t,t i . i.t v.-. Spitienbcrgs nnd U100 boxes pf
. ,.... ... nt I Newtown, which ho sold for !..;
nnd 5-tlor that sold at an average of
Jt.Sl a box f. o. b. .shipping station.
Among the fine young orchard
that nre making n good record N that
of K. It. Hnnley, north of .laekon
ville. Thi is the second voar his
Xowtowiw have produced nnd the
yield from .VI aere- of elevcu-vear-
old trees is 'J3 car, or 14,dOO lio.xo
He ha received returiw on six ear.
which netted him ."rl.OO n box at
Medford. The other ears nre ex
pected to bring still more, but nt
the rale of l.fifl a box, the returns
will total $23200, or $13" :n ncrc
The Au-tin Oubiu orchard, near
tiacle Point, is nlso n heavy vielder.
From about 20 acre of old tree,
Mr. Corhin has shipped 17 ears.
Returns on the first car netted him
SI nt shipping point. The hearing
portion of the orchard is certain to
average over $S00 nn acre or better.
A. A. Heraard in the Dig Sticky
country bought u young orchard lat
year. This venr he took off the
first crop from the 12 acre in
beariiur. harvcstinir 2000 boxes of
ON POSTAL ROADS
William S. Hammond has been np
pointed by the U. S. department of
Agriculture as collaborator for the
office of public roads. The duty nt
inched to tho offico is taking the
traffic census on post road No. 1,
With observation station nt his resi
dence, South Peach htrect, and coun
ty rond (Stewart nvenue). Ap
pended herewith is traffic record for
week ending November 9:
Monday, Nov. ft 03
Tuesday, Nov. 4 114
Wednesday, Nov. r .10
Thursday, Nov. C SI
Friday, Nov. 7 82
Saturday, Nov. 8 120
Sunday, Nov. 9 00
Divided ns follows, to-wit:
Automobiles in nnd out 184
Two-horse, louds in unci out 0!)
One-horsQ loads in nnd out 13
Onc-horso vehicle not loaded in
nnd out 223
Two-horse vehicle not loaded in
nnd out 114
Motor trucks, etc., in mid out,-
loaded nnd not loaded- . 9
Tho commodities hauled consisted
pimeipnlly of lumber, wood, upples,
dried prunes, liny, wheat, baud.
On (lip evening of November 11
piciubera of tho Women's Relief corps
and n number of the (I. A. R. men
attended tho forty-second uuntvers
nry of tho murringo of Mr. nnd Mr.
O. W. Hall on PnJ-n Mrcet. The In
dies of tho W. It. O. presented Mrs.
Hull with ii recognition pin and lli'
gentlemen presented Mr. Hnll with
ii mush bowl and spoon. A most en
joyable sopjnl evening wns spent, tho
suosts depnriing with congjatuhitioi's
to their hosts, with wishes for nuipy
prosperous returns of flic day.
Those present were: Mr, and Mr?.
Hall and family, Mr. nnd Mr.
Slioiilts, Mr. and Mrs. Audrus, Mi.
mid Mrs. Alder, Dun Clay, Mr. mid
Mrs. Jtender, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Cny, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnulbury, Mr.
nnd Mis. Ed Hull, Mr. mid Mrs.
Kulilur, Mary Hoscberry, Lena Kobe
berry, Hnohcl Kiuyon, Ida Ken
worlhy, Dessiu Miller, Saruh Clay,
Maggie N"blo, Mrs. Hose, Misses
Jvnl Rowley, Dollio aud Qruce
The ontlro German apple market Is
reported In 'a better condition, a fact
fully substantiated by tho sales men
Tho English applo market is re
ported inactivo and inclined to weak
ness. Considerable complaint is
mado by tho trado thero of, tho green
nppearanco of Pacific northwest of
ferings. Apples at American points cast of
the Rockies Is rather dull with prices
lower but at tbo decline tho market
may bo considered fairly steady.
nt Medford. He paid .fll.000 for 14
acres nnd will net the first year, de
ducting all expense. .?o000.
WILD WEST SHOW AT
FAIR GROUNDS NOV. 16-19
"Wc" Steal Polatoes
(From Koguo River Argus.)
The above word spells big pota
toes and ninny in a hill. Last Fri
day we went to the farm just across
the river and while being shown
around by W. II. 'Sisson we got into
a pntcli of potatoes that belong to
Frank Hull and we proceeded to
steal n hill. We found .thirteen no
tntoes in tho first hill and we took
six of thorn, nnd fhoe six weighed
six pounds, the other six were large
enough to jccl. Wo opened np one
more hill nnd found twenty-six potu
toes in it and not one but that could
be put on the table.
' O. C. Odeu of Warner wn in our
office and he said tie could do n
one better nnd he came in again yes
terday nnd we almost believe he did
do better. Ho left us four potatoes
thnt weighed six pounds and three
ounces. Some potatoes, ch!
THE GREATEST PLEA IS
Tho subject of Kvangellst Put-
Havo you a horso that nobody can
ride? If so- feed him oats or any
thing clso to make him at his best
(or worst) and bring him to tho fair
grounds any day of November 1C to
19. Sims & Chandler's Wild West
show will bo hero then, and they
offer $10u for any horso too mean
for any of tholr cowboys to rldo suc
cessfully. This offer has been mado by tho
management all season, but so far it
has not happened that tbo $100 has man's sermons on Thursday and Krl
bcen forfeited. Tho management is day evenings was "Tho Greatest Plea
ready and willing, tut so far, buck 'in tho World today." Of course, this
and pitch as they might, none of tho plea Is Christian union and tho cvan
horses havo been unablo to conquer brought about according to tho Mule,
this, bunch of happy cowpuncbcrsa ' In responso to tho Invitation, two
Tbo company carries SO head of young ladles, threo boys from tho
tho meanest horses In Klamath coun- Sunday school, ono mothor and one
ty, including 'Rlmrock Johnnie," tho of tho splendid young men of tho
unrldablo outlaw. Daring exhibitions city mado the noblo confession, mdk
of horsemanship are to bo a part of ing 42 added to tho church during
tho program, which includes trick, tho meetings.
riding, roping, ropo spinning and After services last night several
many other frontier sports. A big wore baptised. There will bo no sorv
wlld west parado Is a dally feature , Ico tonight, Raptlsm again Sumiuy
Don't miss It. , night.
Tbo horses and riders aro at thci
fair grounds ready for tho opening! Mlzzl Hojos Is to appear In vaudo.
show Sunday. I vlllo.
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.v-W iE -t -ii 1 J!F, 11
We have opened up what
we expect to make a FIRST
CLASS Tailoring Establish
ment in your city, and would
be pleased to have you call
and inspect our line of woolens-
If in need of anything
in our line, jve would be
pleased to make it for you.
Suits and Overcoats $30 and up.
Trousers $8 and up.
"MADE IN MEDFORD "
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Another Reduction in the
price of Tungsten Lamps
On iifM.'Ount of iniju'ovofl iiio'tliods of inaiuifaoturo. tlio prico of .MAZDO
has boon roducod as follews:
Si'.u in Oandlii Old Now
Walls. Powor. Vvuuu Prico.
-lo .12 $ .10 Jji ,:ir
-.0 .10 ..10 .Mo
20 20 .10 .Ho
'io M2 ,,ir ,:i5
00 o0 ' .(50 Aft
300 80 .00 .80
W nn 3 .an .1.20
250 .200 2.2f) 2.00
The old stylo carbon typo .Ifi-candlo power lamp usoh 50 walls per hour, Tho Now 'I'lintf
sten Lamp of Hie same candle power uses ONLY 20 WATTS PER J 10 U ft.
Yon can save money on your light bills by using TUNGSTEN LA MPS.
"Wo aim to furnish perfect oloctrie service. PHONE, "WRITH oivOALf. at our offico if
there is anything wrong 'with your service, and wc will adjust tho difficulty promptly.
California-Oregon Power Co.
216 West Main Street
Offico First Floor
Salesroom in Basement