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MEnFORD MATL TRTBUNK METVFOIW, ORKCION, TUESDAY., ,1,11N11 Jfi, 1.01
MEDFORD mail tribune
AW INDKI'ISNIIKNT NCWlXl'Kll ,
PUHLlRIIICI) KVKIIT AKTKIINOON
BXCI3IT MONDAY HT THK
MRUrOHU NlINTIKd CO.
The Dciriocrntle Timet), Th Hertford
Mll, The MnJforJ Tribune, Tlin South
rn OrcRnnlan, Tli Aahlnml Trlbuno.
Office Mull Trlbunn Uiilldlne. 3S-17-1I
North Fir itrcct; telephone 75.
Offlrlftl IVtpor or th City or Mtdford.
Offlclnl Caper Of Jnckaon Count.
Kntered ns second-cls matter at
HtHlfonl. Orecon, under tb act of
.March 1. im.
THE GOAT SYMBOL OF PROSPERITY
On yrar. by mall , ', nan
One month, by mall ! - .60
Ptr month, rtollveroil by carrier in
Meriford, Jnckiomlllo and Cn
trat Point , .
ftilunlay only, by mall. rrr year. S.O0
Weekly, per year -, -,,, 1.80
FhH 1eased Wlro AsvoelatwlPrcM
WHh Mwlfor Stop-OTC
NOT NEEDED TO
QUELL BUHE RlffTS
WASHINGTON, Juno 1C Senator
Myers nnd Ilcprcsentatlrcs Sout nnd
Kvnus of Montana wont to the whlta
house today in connection with the
reqnext of Governor Stewart, that
President Wilson send federal troops
to quell disorder at Hullo bet wet? a
members of tho Western federation
of Minora nnd the Industrial Workers
of the World.
In view of the apparent quiet con
ditions of Butto today, tho Montana
delegation did not prcs for the Im
mediate fending of, troops, hut made
an ohKaRomcnt to seo President Wil
son tomorrow and discuss the entire
idtnntlori with hint.
Tho request for federal troeps:
camo aa a feurprl?o to the president
and to tho Montana delegation.
Senator Walsh Is at present In Mon
tana and'lt Aa? hopee hero that ho
might bo heard frp nidurlng tho day.
Assistant Secretary of War Drcck
cnrldgo was expected to Inform tho
president today what troops would
be available in service In Montant
should federal Intcrfcrcnco become
necessary. Governor Stewart In his
ti'k'Rram to tho preildcnt said' there
ore only S00 militiamen In Montana
and that ho feared serious trouble
within tho next few days.
TTIE goat, since time immemorial, has been libeled as
the emblem of everything evil in contradistinction
It the sheep, symbol of excellence and purity. Moth char
acterizations arc satires on the observations of the an
cients. "What a travesty the sheep with its stupidity is on
The goat ranks as one of man's best friends. 1 the
alleys and shims of the great cities, on the dreary wastes
of the desert or on the barren and brushy mountain top,
the goat is equally at home, a sturdv rustler for himself.
a source of meat, drink and clothing for his owner.
In Jackson county the goat has been the mortgage
Jitter for many a pioneer fanner, an aid in clearing laud,
a reclaimer ot the lores! as well as of exhausted soils, a
provider of food for his table and a steady yieldcr of rev
enue. Tho Jackson county goat is the Angora and should be
a much greater economic factor in this section than at
present. The Angora s history is as old as that of human
ity. The breell was distinct even in the days of Abraham.
The name came from the village of Angora, in Asia Minor,
where Paul established one of the Western Christian
The raising of Angoras is a success only in a few coun
tries, Turkey in Asia, South Africa and sections of the
United States. Transplanted elsewhere, !he Angora has
not proven a success. The census stat ist ics show f 1,700,000
Angoras in Turkey, ;?,000.000 in South Africa and S0U,()00
in the United States.
Angoras were introduced in America in ISl!). For
litany years? the industry languished. In HKK) it was
revived, with federal aid.
The Angora is valuable for the production of mohair,
for meat and as a destroyer of brush and fertilizer of laud.
Nowhere does this goat thrive better, multiply faster or
produce finer quality of mohair than in southern Oregon.
The average fleece is from three pounds up. some as high
as twelve pounds. The average price is from '2o cents to V I
cents a pound.
and by many preferred to mutton, free from the stron
flavor ot most goat meat.
The average annual yield from a flock of Angoras in
Jackson county is placed by goat raisers at $2.u0 a head,
including fleece and kids. The goals cost little or nothing
to keep, assist materially in reclaiming brush land, and the
income .yielded generally regarded as " velvet " by the
raiser,-the only expense being the protection of the flock
Every farmer -whose property includes or adjoins the
,i.:il .l...i.i ...1,1 .. n,v..i- ,,r ... .. i...:i.i .... i.:,. 1.....1.
Mini, ciiuwui mm i iiui-rv "i .iviilmiius tw mum 1111 ills iijiuu
HAL CHASE LEAVES
It is Just Natural
To Admire Babies
nw JHH.fr 'Jii.vtft'.y.i i.u: v;r
Our nUruMlo imtinn Impel Imp for tlm
cooIiik infant. And nl tlio mmi tlm.i
tho a 11 It 1 0 1 of
mnllu'rhttfld la enrr
l-etoro ik. Ti know
wlmt to do tlmt will
niM to II10 ptiyitU-nl
comfort of cxiwtniii
motherhood I u mill
Jot ttiAl Ima Inter
rMt'd moat women of
nil I linen. Onn of
tho ronl lip)tut
thlnr.a li nn oxUrnnl
CHICAGO, Juno tfi - C'linrloa A.
Comlskey, president or tlm ChlenRO,
American I.eaRUo club ndmltlod to-,
dny that llnl Ohndo had not I (led him
lu would lo.io tho While Sox "In
ten dt8." Tho (Irst hnomtm had
nn Intorxlow wit), i.nuUI.'.iv. hut .1 1.1
not nv tm u-mii.i ini.. !.. ii,,rri.. ' abdominal nwllMtloit Kold In nuwt
not sn ho would Join tho lluffnlo llnw ,ot,, Ulll,,.r lnp ,,, f .MuWt,
I etlornls. ComlsKo) pained tlm Idea
that Oibso wuH ki'Iub Into buslnen.
Chao liluifolf refused to miiko nity
statement, rnun lVdernl Leauuo
hendqunrterH, Iiouomt ramp tho In-
rormatUiu tlmt 1m w.is prnctlrulty
suro to be with tho lluffnlo ten in
within a fortnight
Because of Terrible Back,
ache. Relieved by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegeta
rhlladelphtn, Pa. "" iTuireretl from
ill'jilnct'iiu-ntantHiillnminntloii, anil Imd
such palna in my
a id i5, and tcrrihlo
backachn no that I
could hardly stiuvl.
I took six txHtlon of
I.ydln I, riukhnm'ti
pound, nnd now I can
do any amount of
work, sloop good, cat
pood, nnd don't Imvn (
n bit of trouble. I
recommend I.yllaK. 1
The flesh is considered oiiiimI tit tinitinii I ' lnKnnm vcBotabio Compound to
1 it nihil ib (niismiiu-i iqu.u 10 niuiion, .,,,-,,,,...,.
J FisiiKit, 1W2 Juniata Street, rhiladol-
Another Wonmn'H Cnsc.
rrovWcnco, R. I. I cannot .ipeak
too hldhly of your Writable Compound
m it has dono wonders for mo and I
would not bo without It. I had n dis
placement, bearing down. nnd Imckncho,
until I could hardly stand and was thor
oughly run down when I took Lydia K.
ti:.!.!... tr.........i.i.. r .i t
r'rkml ' 'i h.ivo Kimnii ho nwnr KMiid-
inotiivr, lm In th ir ounmr dii)"!i
rvllfd Umiii thin ivmmly id who ivcnm
tuftiit It to lliolr omii iltiiiHlilMrn tint It
rrrtiilnly iiuiKt be hnt He lutiuu lnl
rittix They lmo u-hM u for Ha llct
InlluoiKO llll thv inuw Ivh. -or1a, llo
mvnU nnd ImiiIoiih nn It ;iiiii to nrfuril
rofU'f from tlm ntniln nnd uu hi nfU'ii
iinnucctMiirll) vuwrv ihitliu; tho khIo.1 of
A IKtlo Ihi 111MW by UrttOttcM Itrr.M.
Intor Co.. 300 iJimur UMk. AH-uiln. ..
lifrrn In iimliv iIhh tlmt wotnti IIIlo to
rt-ftd itlniul. II rxfir tv t Hly to III
r'luf from mu-n ! rirjln dim tu tlwlr
ixiu'l.n Inn ult l i' t,i inotnlne
rvKiK-i. rxVlnit of Lr.jU uua tiuny
' e Jfc - .'j.. I
Don't Juggle with
lime them touted to dUiour tholr
Hpeclnl li'MUlri'iinnlH b olio Mkllled
In this partUular mlunu.
lie Kiiiiwh Hun
Suite !.' lint OimicI'h
(Ireen TradliiK Stniiipi fllven
EiliSTaS of Today
ni. luvaLiiu 1 wurs 111 n iociui
ctory nil ilay
awork o you
account as well as his ranch, for
county is n symbol bf i)ros)erit3.
the ijoat iu dackson
nirntOlT, Mich.. Juno 1C After
workliiK'on tho caso all nlsht mem
hers of tho 'pollco department aald
foday they wcro without a cluo as
to tho wbcrenboulu of tho Itov. Louis
It. I'ntmont, tho Wcstvlllo, 111., "dry"
worker, who disappeared last night
from his temporary home here, vrhcro
he had been staying slneo his al
leged kidnapping In Illinois in
Tho milliliter' wlfo and (fiends
also suld the lmd heard ndthlng
from lil m sinco lid attended church
Services last mcnlng an'd started for
his r opining ' plnco Several' miles
Mr. I'atmont nnd his wlfo havo
been llvlnt; iu Detroit most of tho
tlmo ulnro ho wuii found In a collar
of n house near Columbia, III.,
where ho Insisted ho had been held
Ills disappearance at that tlmo re
sulted In u uat'ou-ttldo search, and
when ho was found lio save out a
bviuatlonol account of his abduction
nnd al!ej!od harsh treutmont.
SOUTHERN OREGON'S OPPORTUNITY
FTXANCTAL and business demessions have in the pasjl
invariably increased mining activities, and history is
vindicating' itself in this respect in the increased activity
in the mining; business and the demand for gold-bearin'ir
mining; properties. Some high authorities attribute the
present depression in business to the marked decrease in
the world s output of gold, which has been placed at
between ten and twenty per cent. J 11 any event, there is
at present an active demand for mining; property all over
the gold-bearing; areas of the United States.
Southern Oregon as a gold-bearing field has had but
little intelligent development or investigation.
Its surface indications uncovered iu Nevada or any
well-known or exploited field would inevitably cause a
stampede and a mining boom. The mining operations so
far conducted in this section have always' been on the
smallest scale and with no attempt at the economy prac
ticed in the larger fields when' that element is the only
factor that enables the business to .succeed.
Xn southern Oregon the small operator has been fairlv
successnu wicnoui me employment 01 large capital or
mining skill, and within the past few months there has
been a marked increase in the production of dividend-paying
(Si-eat credit is due to the Rays for the development of
the Jkaden mine, which has now a payroll that is making
prosperity for the community surrounding it, and which is
returning handsome dividends to its owners.
Southern Oregon should take advantage of the in
creased activity in mining by organisation and getting its
properties before the investing public, which is at this
lime displaying so much interest in niining properties.
1 permission to iubll.ili my name and I
iik of your Vegetable Compound to
lone beside doinir m v houviw
can see what it ha Jono for me,
BON, 12G Lippltt St., Providence, It. I.
Danger Signals to Women
arc what orio phyilcian called backache,
headache, nervousness, and tho blues.
In many cases they nro symptoms of
somo female dornngement ornn inflam
matory, ulcerative condition, which may
la overcome hv taking Lydin K, Pink
ham's Vecctublo Compound. Thousands
of American women willingly testify to
nro d-'iunndlni; three ohmi.
Hals In dak I in; powder. I'nr
It). Krlliilillll) 11.nl i:ni.
ouiy. The) i;ot them In
IIr hi'nlthful. mailo to.
ralie tho doiiRh and huh
lulu the rnhe until food I
bnkid. Hi nee U Is reliable
FOR THREE DAYS
WASIIINOTON. Juno Hi. Temp
u'rury susiionsion of fonnal confer
Hicos at .NJngara Tulls, ntuoiiK tho
mediators und tho American und
iiuorta dolvKutos during tho nhsonco
of tho Ardent I no miniiliitor, gavo
rrenldtint Wilson und Kocrotary
j4ryn MddltloHul lima today for con
r(rllH of iiidii to ho HiiKKontt'd
far th prnvlonii jirctldoncy in
JiWii'O, aovvriiiiii( officials worn
wild (h tie wtpviiiHied oim (If f
MM4l Ih KMIlNg MUHlfi or elxlbf
litrHKh MHHtllUllOHIlllH 0KVIII III
MMir NlMJM' lk PHMlilH( HH4 M
ism putitUutt f fwmm m tw
FROM TALENT 15-2
CLINTON', M June lO.-Tliu li-
The Living Doll
Age 21; height 27
inches; weight ',1'J,
m specially con
pavilion next, to
Ferris Wheel. Speaks six
languages 1 1 ungarian, ( ler
mnn, J'Yench, Kalian, Span
ish and I'higlish.
II CiiIn r nt lb.
At Viiur (Jrncer
nii:Sl'i:NT AIFU CO.. Seuttlo, Wn.
(illAXTS PASS, Juno 1(1. Omul
I'm.)., hy liutiiuiviififc out sesciitet'iiimior iiufesiion nmiiot ho Btllled mily
lifl-. mid inkinc nilviintJi'C ot huvtu ,y (ho tlifeo hnmcliCH ol koiiiii
clior", bluiiKlitert'il Talent ycnlenlny
on tliu lultt'iV loiuids hv ii heme )t
15 to .
Onlioiii pitched one of hi be I
(,'iiiiiCM. Jin did not isbiiu ii hiulu
piihM, i'niiiifd four, mid itlt lionIi luk
iii" llniij," i-tiMV iilter Clruulw J 'mm
Kino him n miwii-iiiii mltmitiiu in
Hit' very fiM imiln, hold Tiilent to
ulna tuiiilleiiil lutx. Uu iccchi'd ox-
C'l'lll'l Kt'JMM I,
'JVnilii' Imliin iy Mill', rnnljimi
mill lluK'll Wood IVnliiml III" mi
I in I. Tin (iihIkv mnl Im'IIikitiiiiI kic
I'lHl buni'Uimi Jfllllll'll'll lllM'D HHiiv
lni) u ilmihlM. I'milimi tmir iiiili)i
Jmuilliiii, J'hiIImi) mill liny ( not
turd tm ImI)'' JwnJmr lliii ilmi
iiiilnirlu iinlti vu.lniibii Kkin niml t In '
ini'iit Ifgirihttiu', jiiiliciat mill i'xec
utivv foiiiliiiiiiii; for its Kolution, ile
('li)ii'il Jiiiues H. Woertemlyltu of Lm
AiIk'Io.h, In an mldiox-i ut tlio mi
tiifiuil emifeieiico of luiidcix mid
unrKerH of the pioliibilion piirly lii'ie
toilny, .Mr, W'oorli'iidyKo iIimiIihim)
(hi! Ilijuor (piuklion lU'uimiilcil polit.
icil ptuly iiolliui.
'A law o bo i'lficllo inii li ml
iniiiktitii'il by mi mliiiiriihliiiinm ln-
VOllllll I" III" lie hiiiiI, "In lil!
liiiiiincr, proliilmimi mwuU mi ml-
liill.listuiliou of hu o.t:iiimiiit by n
jiollllnil puily Hint lielliitff in llml
K'l'unii. Jl 1" iiii-.Hilc (dlii'iHl.i"
'iiu: (.IiMniem: ka.mii.v
In mi I'u tin r uiiuko of Ait I'Vutiir
urliiK the llesllatton U'nltz
Kort. Minuto Act
'Till: .NAVAJO JILAXKI'T
Two I'ait Inilluii itoniaiuo, Kntlro
Oust Jliido up of Indians
i-atiii: wiinirriv'.N'O. au
I'KIIII.S Ol IMULI.Ni: NO. "Jl
RIIKUMATISM Alb GONE
"KVpJIiik fluo thin morn
Im; ilmnK sun' I tell you,
Smith. If you ever K)t tint
rhuumatlHiii, you want to gut
it pacKiiKe of
Mrcilol Klicumatism IMwdcrs
They knoilc tlio rheuinn-
thin every tlmo. mid by slim
nlatlii tho hciretloim and
cllmluntliiK uric ucld and
other impurltlcH tnoy lend
to en H ho rheumatlKiu to com
You can misoiuioiy uoponn
upon UiIh romedy. it hours
tho oudoryomunt of tlm
American Drug und I'resH
Asunclatlon, and our posi
tive KUH,rnnleo. Why iiuffor
any louuor. .
I'rlco fiOc. Tor snlo by
J.llO.V II. IIAKKIVK
John A, Perl
Choosing the Bride s Silver
It tmiHt bo trim Iu wolnlit mid (IimiUchs niul bn cornet In pittorn,
it should boar tho mark of it wolMinown mulior mid eoiuo fioni u
Dtoro of chiiractor,
It Is HoiuuthliiK bought for n llfo-tlmu to bo flllod In uml iiiiipllflud
hh tho x-ars m on,
hot the h'JvoiIIhIiu; In thin ;luwspapor Imlp you In your uhoko.
AilvorlNm ro duyllnht ihoii.
'I'll id in ii do koihI on tlnlr iroiiiliiH mid tlio unit tholr uilvurllnluK
pot jii"Ml to.imijio kulvi hut ip build himliiiv,
r , UJ1. ii. ... .,,.,. u. .......... ...i. tt i
I lairj iiiu imihiiih, iiwiiriiiii'iu m inn iiominiii
lOKiUud Ii Dm
I...I,,-.. I.. II... .UI..I.I !,.,.,! .. II
IMI ! ll
(WlHiRl HlHlllliK Hllver ulllill linn bimn MHO
..yijyy i,hi"" irM m niiw, n iih niu
fm lory l;i Uiv tfpilii I'H-h of li
MARTIN J. REDDY
i . it
Meet mo at. the Sign of I lit Pear,
where we will cash our checks,
writu our letters, do our hanking
business and then attend the Or
egon State Hankers Convention.
In the Entire
Thero I no purer lio than oiirn. It
li.m bi'uu tenti'd and Irlrd In every
pofultdo way and Iu ntery InUnuro
haa Im'cii foil It it nbunlutely pure. It'a
tho kind of Iro )iiu ran rnftdy put
rluht hi tho kIuhk with tho watur or
other bovernKO, tint kind that )oii
ran eat without fear. Hotter let ua
bo uiir I en mail.
Tor Quirk l)ellvurl riiomt CI
H. WEINHARD'S ICE DEPOT
S 3 . -i. . -4- S0 .Jt..r3i. -- -r. , -.
A jurv of half million has found a
verdict iu favor of the h'ord. More
than five hundred thousand Kurds
sold inl'OjWprld-wide use have earned
a reputation for serviceali)'lity and
economy unparalleled in the motor
- ear world
f'i!ir In tho prlcu of tho Kurd runabout; tha
teur'lni: nir la fOlli f, o. b. Medtord, coiuplatit
with i'iiitinii(!iit. (let cntnloR and particular!
C. E. GATES
si'AiiTA neif.uiNo. Miauoiii), oiik.
I"T I I I I II I III I I IIHII 11
"-"." "30 " JSt .".-C '.rCZZZSZta
AVe are going out of Ilia huggy Imsinchs auih offer
some of Iho-host bargains over given in the valloy
At Cost and Below
We have a big line of llnggicM and Spring Wagons,
all of which tint included in the sale, and invito every
Mjiwiinvlm in figuring on a new vulilolo 1j "'ill iiml
loolc the lliiiMivi'i'iiml get the prlcdH,