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owing to a dntiiehmuiit of iiiiitliiuurt
fiMlernl soldiers sent from Ktuiotmdn
In Mexlcnll. Their exact where
almoin (h uiikitowii but It It nutd
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JJXCKI'T HUNDAY 1IY T1IK
MIJOKOUI) 1'JUNTINO CO.
Tho Doinoeriitlo Tune, Tim .Meilfonl
JVfnll, Tho Mcdrnnl Trll.uiic, Tim South
vrn Or.'Ronl.in, Tho Anlllnliit Tribune.
Offlcr Mall Tribune IlulMIng, J5-J7-I3
North Mr utreijt; tolopliimo 76.
Uedford Mail tribunk
"Till: END 0I? TMC QinCLL"
"WHAT SHALL IT I'HUI-'IT
In nn ugly mood owing In their not
Mtiii) Mtwk'iui iniieheiH 1110 piepiir
lug to move Into United Ktitlim ler
HAN DIKtiO, Cn I , Jan S Mel
can rosldoiits along the California
bonier uro uneasy nud fearful today
Offlclnt Paper of the Clly of Mcrifnrd.
orrirlnl rnper of Jnckvon County.
l.nlrred n pccoiul-rlins matter tit
Mclfonl, Oregon, umlcr tho net of
M.irrli :, 18T9.
titio ytnr, by mull. .. ...$ 5. 00
Ono month, by null SO
IVr inontli, delivered by carrier In
M nl font, Jaeknonvlllo and Con.
trnl Point .tin
Haturilny only, by mall, or year. .00
Weekly, per yenr 1.60
NET GROWER $2
I'OKTLA.NM), .Inn. S. Koguo rlvor
in gaining some honor In foreign
attnrkcts ns nn apple producing sec
tion, and Incldeutally the flnto of
Oregon le getting sonic fttrthqr credit
in this line by the salo In tho Dro
mon, Germany, market of a carload
of Snltzcnbcrgs at a price that would
run very close to $2 a box net f. o. h.
for extra fancy and ?1.C5 to $1.70
for fancy grade. Tho carload con
tdsted of 122 boxes of third grade.
Tho entire carload netted 1.G0 f. o.
b. Itoguo River.
According to a special cable today
from Dronien receive oy the North
western Fruit exchange, a carload of
Iloguc Klver Newtowns sold there at
n price mat means 91.00 net ncrc.
... . ..
answering me ibci inai me 101 con
stated of -ISO boxes of extra fancy,
40 boxes fancy and tho balance other
varieties, tho prico Is probably about
20c a box better than the American
markets are at present paying for
The entire apple market in Ger
many Is in good condition, and ad
ditional sales at very liberal prices
arc announced for Pacific northwest
In the eastern markets apples con
tlnue to show dullness, but a couple
of cars of Itoguo River Newtowns
sold thcro at $2.15 a box, or fl.GO net
f. o. b., for very largo sizes. As for
merly, there is considerable discrim
ination against large sited apples In
tho .markets or tho world, nud espec
ially in tho cast and in Europe.
A few inquiries arc being received
for apples from tho south and tho
southwest, but in no lustancc aro vpl
ucs as good as aro now obtainable
Locally the apple market is rather
julct. Tho trade shows no snap what
ever. Holders aro maklug a strcnti-'J
ous effort to clean up .their earlier
varieties, and fancy Northern Spies
nro being offered nt $1.2,7, or fully
20c below what tho stmo class of
stuff was bringing a shot time ago.
Thcro seems to bo a general Inclin
ation among tho local trade, to clean
up Its apple holdings, and In most In
timites values aro now being slightly
reduced to quicken tho movement.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
LECTURES AT PUBLIC LIBRARY
Dr. Bertha Stuurt:
Monday, 3.30 p. m. "Common
Methods of Spreading Infection."
Monday, 7.30 p. m. "The High
School Girl aud Her Interests."
Tuesday, 3.30 p. 01. "Play and
Tuesday, 7.30 p. m. "Training a
Girl for Citizenship."
Wednesday, 3.30 p. in. "The
Teaching of Reproduction and Sex
Wednesday, 7.30 p. in. 'Cause,
C'uie und After Effects of Colds."
Ur Clifton Fremont Hodge:
Thursday, 3.3U p. in. "Civilization
nud Animal Industry."
Thursday, 7.30 p. in. "Conserva
tion of Natlouul Health and Vltal!t "
Friday, 3.30 p. m. "House IMc.
Mosquitoes und Other Household In.
Friday, 7.30 p. 111. "Hoards of
Health Local Health Problems."
Suturday, 3.30 p. m. "Lewous
Suturday, 7.30 p. m, "Practical
Principles, Problems and Laws of
Lectures will also bo given in the
high school as arrunf.od later.
Sunday, Jan. 18th, Dr. Joseph
Sphnfor will lecture In tho Presbyter
lau church at 7.30 p. in. on "Educa
tion as Social Adjustment."
These lectures are absolutely fiee
to all, because they are from ho Uni
versity of Oregon. Pnrents, teaehcrs,
professional inion and women, tho
youjig peoplo and all aro most cor
cliaUy invited to attend.
ir ypu want good wood, get It from
Frnnl; II.-Kny. '
ROGUE RIVER SPITZ
SOLD IN BHN
Complaint being registered by
Mrs. II, 0. Stoddard tlnvt the South,
em Pacific nevsbos were bOllluR
pictures or uollnrhldo trestle as ;v.
California scene Instead of nn Ore
gon view, General Pnr.soiigvr Agent
John M. Scott, writes as follews:
"Making further reference to your
letter of December tllh relntUo to
Dnllarhldc Trestle on the Shasta
"You will he Interested In the fol
lowing letter I have Jut received
from tho llrowu News Cempany:
"Sau Francisco, Dee. 27, 1313.
"Wo have your ..favor of Dec 21,
regarding Post Card o. 7215 show
liiK Dollnrhlde Trestle on Shasta
Koute as being in the state of Call
"We are today taking tho matter
itp with the publishers of these cards,
ntnl will see that the state of Oregon
receives full credit for tho view
rule: this can be done bj
' puWIsher, we
wilt withdraw, the
card from kale."
LICENSES TOTALSl 1 7,592
PORTLAND, Jan. S -Hunters aud
anglers of the state of Oregon paid
$U7.r92 for the woods and fish from
tho streams of Orecon in 11)13. ae-
, cordlIR ,0 the rRUres ,MUcd ycitcr
day by William L. Finley, stale gamo
Of this sum, $IS.020 was fur hunt
ing licenses alone, $11,74$ for angl
ing licenses and $24,S2I for the com
bination licenses nt $2 oach.
In addition hunters from outside
the state paid $1320 as non-rosldcut
fees. Another big Item was $6775
for fines Imposed by the various
courts for violations of the gam?
Or the last item, halt In each case
went to the general fund of tho coun
ty and tho other half was turned
over to the fish and game commis
sion. This, in a measure, explains why
hunters say that 1913 was tho poor
est hunting season they ever had, for
there were almost 25 per cent more
hunters In the field in 1913 than in
any provlous season
TAX LAW DOESN'T
J II SAYS
OREGON CITY, Jan. S. fMIeWng
that section 3CS2 of the law relat
ing to assessments aud taxation of
this state, passed in 1913, is worded
so that it Is ambiguous. County
Treasurer J. A. Tufts submitted his
opinion of the matter to Attorney
General Crawford for legal advice.
Tho attorney-general agreed with
Treasurer Tufts aud held that the
law did not mean exactly what it
said. His statement Is as follews:
"Replying to you rlctter of Decem
ber 31, Inquiring as to whether, if
ouo'lialf of tho tax on any person's
estate is paid on or before April 1,
they are required to pay a penalty
on tho last half, providing the last
half Is uald nrlor to Seiitember 1 ot 1
that ear. I beg to state that such U'
not the Intention of tho statute, al-'
lowlug one-hnir or the tax to bo tar-
ried over until September 1, thcro..-
alty would not begin on this half i .
,01 September 1 "
J'h.X'IIJV Will illllll Il Illilnl.il lllM--
I1011 Tiii'-il,i. .Jnniinrv I I. .nd the
IiiIIhuiu'.' tii-ktls nn- in the lield: 1'or
iuuyir, F. K. l'uir.v ami .lohn Cnpe;
recuidev, A. II, I'Mier ami fieorge II.
Croy; trpuurer, -A. lK-uin; mur-liul,
.Milo Murrv, V. .J. UeanWev and .
t'. Mel'linli. I'or ciiiiiieiliiien timt
ward, IM Wntemiaii second wind, .J.
F. l'rutt; llnrd ward, Kd Wilder utnl
J. A. WilgW.
CANNON'S NEPHEW SHOOTS
, PANVILLft, III., Jim. fi. Onille
fnnuoii, llie v.hpeuhurV nepliew,
ueeideuLil,v shot hiuiK'li' .Mlonluy.
The wound win. hlibt. On ex
Sionker (.'iiiiiion, who with recovering
irom an ultiiek of llie piip, I he in
eideut Kcemed lo.lnv In lime Jiinl no
eastern eitiiM nrv reperted:
St. Louis .Mi Dee. UP. One em
limed upplos .sold on tiueliou today.
.Mtukt't firm, with good iloinuml for
bocd tipple. OlTeiinus mostly
poor 1'rT. 11102. .Mixed tipples .sold
by Krvnyvr - Thompson, SI. Louis.
Ciir shipped hy 1 II. .Moullon, Wei
set", Idaho. mi.M'il fruit, some oxer
ripe nml mostly poor eolor. Ihille
flower, niiirv, .?!. Ill; S. WillOMlp.
fauey, $1.73; Xoithem Spy, 1miuv,
M.flO; Arkansas lllnek. fauey, $'2.U);
Den Davis, fauey. $1.10: Wine-ap,
fancy. jJJl.lKV. Kinir. fauey, $1,110;
Rome lleituty. fauey. $1. ().".
l'hiluilelpJiin, .Inn. 'J.- -Thrnmili
auction loilav for account of North
l'aeifie Fruit Ditrihuton. ear VVK.
olU?, from J'anun, ChI. Rome
Hrauty, elra fnnev, ? 1 .00 to $':
Newtowns, ftwcv $l.Sj0. elioiee $U70;
New York. Dee. 'J'.. Through mil
lion today for neronnt of North l'n-
eiJic Fruit Distributors, onr NI'
nsilt!, from North Yakima, Wali
Ituerre Foster iMar, $J..0; Winter
New York. Dee. 30. Armals Har
clav stteet. .i. imi. .Market aetivt
uuder liitiil nteeipts. Fuuev tlri'iti-
inp.s sold from ?l.."0 to $l.7r. bar
rels from $1 to Jrl.'J.". Dnlilwin-. in
stood demand. Fanev eold slornire
stock sold a liiab n ?.", mo-lly
.SI.'iO to s.7;(. (.'omiuoit snrnice
stick verv little reeeixeil, biiti'.'iii'? l
to s4.ji, York lniperiul stippU I.iilit.
sellinj; l."0 ! ".
VOTE TAX ' FOR BLIGHT
WE.VATCHKK. Wash Jan S -
About KiO growers assembled at
Grange hall In Peshastlu and voted
unanimously in favor of having an
nspector deotlng his entire time n
fighting the blight in the Peshastln
district. It wns voted to Invite Leav
enworth to Join and co-operate in
tho movement to eradicate the dis
ease from orchards of the upper val
ley. All growers prevent voluntarily
signed an agreement to contribute 2"
cents per acre for bearing orchards
and 15 cents per aero for the nou
bearing orchards, employ an assistant
for inspector Darlington, this as
sistant to devote his entire time to
the Peshastln dlstrlrt
ON WEDDING DAY
SAN FRANCISCO, C.il Jan .S -Police
at all hay iltles were looklnx
today for .Miss Anna Riiffluo, eighteen
years of age. who disappeared at the
Ferry building yesterday afternoon
as she, Glusseppo Mascitelli and a
party of friends were waiting to start
for Martinez, where bIio and Mascl
loll) were to bavo been married last
The case puzzled the authorities.
Mnscltelll was taking -Mrss Ruffluo
rrom C'oncorn. where her mother
lives, to his own home In Mnrtlnoz
At the Ferry building thcro wbb n
moment's conruslon and when tho
party reached the boat tho prospect
tUo brldo bad vanished,
ROSKIK'RG, Jan, 8.- Sam L. San
iId, deputy Htate fish waidcn, Is hero
supervising the building of another
fish ludder at the dam In tho South
Fiiiprjiia river at the south edge of
town. This ladder Is to provide means
for tho salmon to get up stream dur
lug tho higher .tages of water, which
they aro not able to do ut the present
fish way. Knglneer I licks Is assist
ing with tho plans. Tho new ladder
Is going In on the east side of tho
river. Tho run of sller salmon Is
remarkably heavy this season, but not
many of them were ublo to get past
John A. Perl
M S. HAim.KTT
I'JmncH AL -17 and I7..I2
111b11l1111r6 Servbo Deputy Coriirrj
The follow iiii; nueliiiu suliw
DF.NVKIl, Colo., Jan. S Giving
his name ax John IU Dew, a owii;
tutm who hud previously posed at
Adolphus Uusch 111 was uuder nr,
rent hoio today charged with obtain
lug money by false pictcnsea.
Taken to police headquarters lust
night, the prisoner admitted he wan
an Impostor. Ills father, he said,
was J. C. Dow of UclloUllo, Illinois,
lie professed he was himself enxuged
to mnrr. a Los Angeles alrl. tie had
been lsttlug with fuiollj frletultt in
Portland, he explained, mid was on
his way back to llellexllle when his
money gae out.
I'm not bad." ho declared, "and
I never was In trouble like Hits bo
fore. I suppose It'n all oer with the
Klrl I'm engHKd to. Her father and
mother are awfully nice people and
the) '11 never Ntand for this. 1 nroni
UhmI her I'd no home ami xwt work.
Now It's too late. 1 hope the) don't
In Dew's nnckttl a latter wjs found
sinned with the name of the lrl he
mentioned ns hU flniicw.
"John." rend one pawRe. "For
God's sake. If not for uur futhtu"'
onr mother's nud mine, be n man.
Dear. I hall give you uue last fond
itlinnce If ou doalde to brace up.
net a Job. stop borrowlna nionei' and
begin pajflnR jour debts, wrtte.to me,
and If you try. try, tr again, I'll
stUk to you through thick and thin
' Hut If you can't be a man. we'll
stop now. It wilt be better for me
to die nn old maid with my sacred
;ove for J 011. 1 will stlk through
fire and water If uesjtHMr), only you
must be a man."
The letter was signed "Your's to
WITH KNIFE 50 TIES
KI.XO, Nev , Jan. s - n unlden
tlfled' man. today wajlnld .Margari't
Laiuson, 111 )eurs of age, daughter tif
William i:. Latnsou, dragged her
01 er a stone fence and Inflicted fl(t
small wounds 011 her fate uud arms
with a peukuiro. The girl was jii
her way to school whci attacked A
sheriff's posse Is searching for tin
man CHICHESTER S PILLS
WjAiT TIIK lIAMl.l "BAM. A
iip.ui.t. ..t- iii.rirt..Trus
PI.VJIOM IIII.IMI riu,u
SOLD BY DRtQGlSTS FVtRWHLRE
Med ford Tailors
The Success of
Depends entirely upon the
skill of tho 0110 wild fits
them. Vy work is guaran
teed to he just right.
Out Deuel' Mcilforil, Ore,
Hooray! Baby To
Rule the House
No Longer Do Women Fear The Great
ett of All Human Bleiiingi.
It Is a iy mut r nf.irt to know tint
tli'.sn iiiiu li-tiilkcil .if inlnn mul ntlirr H
lr. that sr null) ' 1 prrrrilit rltltil l-ar
Intf may t-aitlly ho av.l.-il, Nn wuinnn nn-il
fear tin- xUsliti-Kt ilifflinfort If ilx will
fortify liiTfelf Willi Die wrll-knnwii and
llmc-lioiuirril ri'innly ' llothor'a Krlrnil "
'Iiiiu I n rau.t vrnti-fiil, pcnvtniUiiir, ex
tfrnal nppllcall'in that at nnru noftcim find
inaki'H iilluiit Ihn nlilomlnul uiuicli'H anil
llfuni.iil, Thi-y naturally expaml wltlioiit
the nllclilcMt iirula, .unl tlnu not only
tnnlali till KTiil.'nry , nermiiK, twltchlni;
siiclii, hut tlii're Is an mllrit irnlom fntn
imiiKU, illoromfort, ! -.l.ini- ami ilrcml
mat ) I'ttrn tuvi tlnr Imjirfm upon Ilia
Th wcmlon ) tliArrforn pne of un
boiin.liil, Jo) fill anticipation, ami ton much
sires rati not he IjIiI upon tin. rnuurkahla
IiiIIik lire v lilt It a in. Ilii'rV happy, prt-uulul
0lP'lt1oo has upiiii Ihr lien I 111 anil fur
tunes of tin' Keiieratl.in to fame,
Mother'.. I'rkn.l r.'oimim'nrtp.l only for
tin relief nn.l comfort of expectant mothers,
tlioii'amhi of whom liavo uteri and rcrnm
1111 ml It. Vim itlll Und It on MW at all lni
tori's at Sl.no a hottl. Write loilny to tho
IlrailhXil IteKulator To., mo l,nmnr llhli',
Allunlu, (hi., fi.i a 1110.1 liutrmllv.' I,l. 011
(I.Li aii-.Ui4 of all mililfvU, iiio(Imt)H'I.
W 5 3J
l-IIUU Iit4 -! UU pi.II
I- Mi. bl U1. tlu4) MtLluk Y
t.Li ma Alk. Map at vp
BREATHE FREELY! OPEN NOSTRILS
ANO STUFFED HEAD END CATARRH
Instant Relief When Nose end lleiul
A iv Clogged t'lotu 11 Cold,
.Vast j Cutiu 1 linl Dlsi liiu-ges. Dull
Tr.i "HI)' Cream llaliu."
Get a small bottle auywa). Just to
tiy It -appl) a little In the luwlrlts
nud limtnutlv jour clonged nose aud
flopped up air piimmKott of the hand
will open; miu will hrimtho fieely,
(Inline nud headitche illipieni. Ilv
morning the catarrh, eold-lu-bead or
catarrhal yoro throat will bo none.
tCud sui It miser) now' Get the
small bottle of "KI)'h Cream lUitm"
at nil) drus store. 'This nweot. frn-
STIFF JOINTS AND PAINS?
MUSTEROLE Quickly Relieves.
Keep a Jar In the hnuse It Is tin
premier r ented) fur Uaiknihe Si.ro
Joints or .Musties. Rhetimatli I'.vlu
etc. Ml'STL'ROLK Is a
clean, white ointment
made with oil of mils
tard. It penetrates to
the seat ot pain nud
drives R nwav, but does
ant blister the tt nder
It tillv.'s the plure nf t'e nil 1
Old '.Ih'.ilOucd lililslnid IllMtT
Ml STLROI.i: Is r. Mutinied fei
llronchltls. Froup Athm.i, l,leurl- .
Vsi MOTOR CARS
ARE THE BEST FOR THE MONEY
1 Hotly Kir.
OAK cut from lare limher.
f'AWI.OAD OK 1MNI0 S'l'OVK AVOOI) .ll'ST UK-
C.OIVNI). Phono in .vour urders i'or '.rier Wood or
Cord wood to
Frank H. Ray
Sixth and Fir Streets. Phono 750-R
Latta & Hopkins
Growers of Jlih-Cirade Fruit Trees. Apple and
rear Trees are our specialties. Stork one-year-old
trees on three-year old roots. Some ol' best orchards
in the valley are set to our trees. Nurseries near
Central Point. Aledford office, room I02, M. K. & II.
building. Phone 8(f)-L. Experience shows that homo
grown, acclimated trees arc the best.
PATRONIZE HOME NURSERIES
a III I jKfiCmPs..
I III Low c
os I .' AVhy, a
I HI ei'i'tged
till to a mx
twenly live and a third miles
illou of gasoline--for thirty-
J III three!
Ill an :
Is tho now prlco of the Fofd runabout;
rltiK ear Is liil.'.j tlm town ear JtilfoC
.Medford, ioiiiilete with iiiiulpiuoiit, Oet
and piirtlciilnrs from i J'.
1 . t
I I tho ton
If. o. b.
. Kinitl balm iIIhsoIvck by tho heat of
; (be uoNtrlls. peiietrateK and and bonis
(lie luriitiueil, Hwoileu inoioiii'iuio
which Ilium the nose, botul nud
Ihioni; elenra the air paMiiHeti;
tops mut) dlsclmrsoti mid a feeltim
of cIhuusIuk, soothliiK lelfuf eoiues
Don't lay awako lonUlit stiugKHuK
for breiith. with hend stuffed; nn
tills closed, hawkliiK nud bloulint
Catarrh or a cold, with Its ruunlu,'
nose, foul mucous iIiopp'uk" """ ""'
throat and raw il miens u dlnlie"
(UK hut trutv iietMtlesH
Put 5 our fill III Just moo In
"HI)' Cream Imltn" and )our cold
or entatrh will siuelt dl.pioar
Lnmbaitti. Neuralgia. Hprnlus, limine
Stiff Neeh. ItimdHehe and Folds of
the Chest (It prevents I'ueuiutilita)
At vour driiMKlxt's In Jt.'u' aud MU
Ill's and a xpoilul lari'.e Inmpltal aim
(in $.' e
i. t'.'l no substitute If
diugglst eatiuut supply
miu. send Xfif nr nOn in
pauy. lievelaitd. Ohbi,
und we will malt oii n
ur pnttiixn prepaid
F. R L. SiTiird. IH
I J Mil SI. e
r ( it
s i Please kemt in.-
il" a Kited "!'" Jr n' '
is I Uud It moot beiu t'ltn.l
R. I'll. n Ioiih on IMillelits
Kord recently av-
Aud this is not
al Ford performance.
a big reason for
liny yours now.
t'miiiio,' I '1 ni.. v nud Silliinbn
"I'AUTM'I.'S IN CIILMK"
Time ic.d l.iibm
Miensi'it I'n lines I ut) Hit)
I'llOitll'I.Ws IHltW t)M.
Gunmakcr of Moscow
l.'lldlt 'I'nii U.'vl Hprelnl
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tl.VH IIV TOOI'V
Faieo Cumwly ,
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Tli" bi at in iiiuair and fflects
Matinee 2 IJ
FunliiK 7 p. m.
WITH PACK OF 12 FILMS
I'trnio Junlf.r Cmrii, nuile li
il hr i;i..
iiuiiKutijkl lkLi nKlu
Irt OI3AK mouth
piece cigarettes you
clon' t have to pay for a
third more tobacco t'li.in you
use and consumiciitlv von
(;ct n (H'tier
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