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PIONEER OF 1852
William M. Mntlicf n pioneer or
f ho Ilotiu Itiver vnlley, who wan the
oriinnl locator of tho Sterling1 mine,
died nt hi A.Milnud residenee Sun
day oveniu, July Pi, 1JH4, nsed H4
yenrx, S'moullm nnil 3 days. The
funeral will Im hold nt J :.'I0 o'clock
Mr. Alnthen was horn in Pennnyl
vnnia. November 0, 18211. Ho camo
vre.st in 1S."1 n far n-s Iowa, ami in
18.12 started from Knox county, III
iiiiis with nx team for Oregon, com
ing hy way of the northern mute.
Ho left in March, ami joined hy sixtv
wagons nt Imrlinton, t-jient iix
month journeying noro the plain.
Tronhle was e.ericneed with the
Pawnee Indiniw nlons the Pintle
river in Xrhraska. and the art.v was
fired upon hy lndinim at Knot Hirer,
Orepui. He located at Jacksonville,
following; mining; He took tip a do
nation land rlnim near Phoenix, nnd
ndded to it adjacent proierty dur
ing tho (.nulling' years until ho owned
4(1.1 nere. Ho made his home upon
it until 18D0, when he moved to At.h-
Innjl. For mnny years ho engaged in
tliu hcep and cattle fiiduJry on (he
Little Applegnte, hut in 1910 dis
posed of all properly except 200
ncres of coal land east of Phoenix.
Mr. Mathc was married October
2.1, 1801, to Mjs Christina Itiddcll
of Wisconsin, nnd in 1011 the golden
wedding was celebrated. Ho is sur
vived hy his widow nnd four chil
dren, Harry 0., Mary, wife of Wil
liam Van Dyke of Ashland; George
W. and Jessie, nil of Ashland.
Interment will ho nt the Phoenix
eeiffutery. Hevs. Callahan and Hui
ley will offieinte.
PORTLAND. July 13. ''Condition-,
in nnd around my .'eotion nre very fa.
vornhle for this year's output," said
Mr. Supine, president of the Cfl-h-mere
Fruit Growers' union, when seen
at the hendtpinrtcrq of the N'otth-we-tern
Fruit Kxehnngo in Portland.
"Development cenis lo he nlioiit
riirht, and indications such n
weather nnd ahWnee of hlight, etc..
seem to point to nn inerene tlil
year over lat. Posihly ahout 20
"Onshiupro. lie jnt nliont riaht in
the Wenntchee Vnllev to he the eroam
section. Its urea, stretches from
Pehntii. to Monitor. Soil and
weather conditions nre ninkiug good
all thnt hns heeii said ahout them.
La, year w shiped from thi" dis
trict thirty-odd ears of 'Skookum"
Ilmnd npple. which paed inspec
tion ns nmong the hest ever seen
This year from pro-cut indication
we will iip almost n hundred or
more of this ''hetter than fanev"
''The development in this part of
the country is now nearlv at its half
ns about 50 per cent of the orchards
have pome into hearing. Another
two years will ce an 8.1 er cent
crop, ir conditions nre met system
atically and plans nre made and car
ried out along scientific lines; even
a hotter market will be created than
exists nt this time. This is not the
ory but nctunl fad. The orgnnixa
tion marketing at the present lime
is not content with placing this .sen
son's cro on the rtiarket nnd letting
it go nt that, nnd taking what the
next season may bring forth with
out prennilion. The constructive
building of markets is poihlc and
with a definite object in view. That
is the creating of n market which
will reman year after year, nnd au
tomatically be receptive to vour of
fering each season. This is what
the agency is accomplishing with its
wide service nnd active representa
tives in all parts of the world. Co
operation of this kind is what the
n.ncr iicco-, prnciieiil co-opern-
df SUPREME COURT
DEAD AT CAPITAL
WASHINGTON, Julv 13.-1Hmu-siou
as to whom President WiNon
will nppoiut to fill the vacancy on
the supremo court bench caused h
the death of Associate Justice l.ur
ton continued here today, The mimes
of tlinso mentioned in connection
with tho vacancy include former
President W. II. Tuft, members of
the cabinet nod others.
It is not hdiexed thnt tho presi
dent has even vet considered any
name in connection with the v.i
enney. As n result of Justice I.nr-
ton's death, the president will he
called mi to make his first appoint
ment to tho supreme court.
In addition to Mr. Taft, thoc men
tioned include Attorney General Mc
Keynolds, Secrvtnrics Lniie ami Gai
rison. Senator Shields (,f Tennessee.
a former justice of the supreme
court of that state; Frederick W.
I.ehmnnu, former solicitor general,
and one of tho American delegates
to the Mexican ivoaec ((inference nt
Niagara Falls, nnd that of John W.
Davis of West Virginia, the solicitor
Hefore the death of .ln-ti. l.ur-
ton the supreme court was made up
of six republicans and three demo
crats. Hy his death the "dernooiiilic
representation on tho bench is ic
dileed to two Chief Justice White
nnd Assoointo Justice Lnmnr. Fur
thermore, there has been nn unwrit
ten rule in the senate, which must
confirm the nomination, that the
minority representation slinll
fall below three nt nn time.
EACH DAY SEES
fjii , k.
BUT HOGS SCARCE
PORTLAND, July 13. Receipts
for tho wcok liavo been: Cattle 13!i5,
CalveH 11, Huks 1394, Slicon 7027.
Liquidation of cattle lias been
heavy this week, with qulto i num
ber of southern steers in tho run and
tho cntlro stuff being very medium
quality. No grain cattlo offering.
Dust gruss stecra selling at 7.10 for
extreme top. Cows it.TL to fC.00.
A fair demand for bulln, prices Jt.00
to I4.50. Primo veal calves J7.85 to
A yery llRht run of Iiok for tho,
week, Market strong. Cood swlno
bringing J8.2D to ?8.30 Wr topg.
,, light supply of slieep aud lambs,
witu Hroug ueniarul -for top grades.
Pcoa iifoady, prlmu wethors fl.75 to
JC.00; owes fl.00 to H.IT,; modltim
ewes fa.'tn to J3.7I"; spring lambs
?G.G0 to ?C.0D.
fiOMB m WORK
LONDON, July l.-A1n-n Annie
Hell, (t. militnul siifl'rngpHe, Va.s ur
niigm'd today for trying yesterday
16 destroy Arch Deacon Wilher-
furcirii famous old, church of Hi.
John Kviingdist, Westiidnsfer, with
a uiihiI-i she said: "Tim only thing J
regrc) is Hint I ho hcuotly thing did
lint go orf,"
Th prisoner slrctcheil hi'relf at
full length on h sen I in the niUon-
m' iu'eliAiirp iii nskvd 'lliu yvonmn
wurtlsi to glvo her H nillnw mid wukc
her HhKi Utf cMse )uid concluded,
M0l.'liyf Vm did Imlly," wiih
MU( Mr fHMHiil U) Dm mngls
jrnl 1h'H h( fcwfiiiniiiili'd her.
, WASHINGTON. July 13. Prodi
(lent Wilton today dented that thoro
was' any conflict between him ami
tho senate over tho nominations ot
Paul Warburg and Thomas D. Jones,
as members of tho federal reservo
board. In talks with callers ho said
ho was working In complete harmony
with tho democratic maj6rlty In the
senate, with only ono or two excep
tions. Mr. Wilson said he had defin
ite assurances Mr. Jones would be
confirmed, no did not dUcuss tho
cao of Mr. Warburg except to say
that bu thought tho senate as a whole
would bo perfectly fair.
ItKDDINO, July 13. Right hun
dred ncrcs of land four miles north
of Whltmoro, a town twenty four
'miles northeast of Itcddlni; and a
like dlstnnco northwest of Mount
Lassen, Is sinking. . llnrlx-d wlro
fences aro being rent nt different
points. Great oak trcesa r tnppltm;
over nnd plno trees aro leaning and
threatening to fall at any moment.
Water Is oozing from tho ground
In hundreds ot places nnd threaten
ing to Inundate tho cntlro area. Tho
barn on the, old Wbltmor ranch has
been shared up ropeatedly to keep It
from swinging out ot shape. A fls
suro 3,000 feet long runs through
the center of the ranch. In places
tho land has sunk from two to ten
Tho sinking of the land wag ob
served on Juno 15, tho day follow
ing tho first vlolont eruption of
Mount Lasson. Robert Williams, the
present lesseo of tho Whltmoro ranc'i
Is contemplating abandoning the
PARK AT LASSEN
IlKDDING, Cal., July 13. Lassen
National Park is the imine proposed
by Congressman linker for the pro
posed national pnrk that will include
the region around Ml, Ijihscn.
In response lo the petition sent to
him recently from Kcddiug, Con-
grcsMiiai linker wiv ho is in hearty
accord with t)ie movement and hopes
nnd expects tp obtain the. pnssuge of
one ot his bills or some similar
It has been suggested here thnt a
heller name for (hu park would be
tli-.', Ml. Ltisscn Volcniila Park.
M K. Dittmar and the County Du-
vclopment iiirocmtiou nru M-ndiug
more mops nnd photographs to Con
gresMiiuu Kukor to aid him in secur
ing the passage of fhu bill.
CASHIER ROBBED OF-
M EN ROUTE BANK
, ST. LOUIS, Mo July 13. Miss
Esther Cohen, cashlor at n wholesale
grocory, was robbed -ochy of a Batch-1
el said to contain X,000 In checks
and cash on the street hero.
Miss Cohen was on tho way to aj
bank with tho money when tho rob
bery occurrod. Sho hod left tho
wholesale 'establishment of her fath
er but a few minutes before, when
n robber darted out frbm nn nro.v
wny and snatched tho satchel. Ifo
ran through.a hallway anil disappear
felLLY BAXTER. MINSTREL,
PASSES AVIfAY AT CHICAGO
CHrr-ACIO, July 13. "Hilly" Pax
tcr, old-time mluistrol, who frequent
b iippelired with hts hilnjo before
royally ui T'urope, died here last
night. A few venrs ago he retired
from the stage and since then had
milde his home nt the Press club in
ASHLAND, July 13. A Clmnliui
qua without n flivtoouist would ho
like Shakespeare's gieal tragedy mi
nus lluhuel or Medl'ord's comic opera
aggregation with F.d Andrews left
tutt. Ash l)avi fjlfcd this tirttstio
role to perfection Inst Fridnv night.
Moreover to his faro skill at sketch
nig is added the gift of story telling
with a humor that is both droll and
amusing. He made but one an 'ear
nuee on the assembly platform hoic,
the old I'hantauqua tabernacle being
filled to overflowing.
Saturday evening Miss Kdna
Lowe gave a reading, "Kentucky Car
dinal," brimful of humor, sentiment
and pathos. Miss Lowe appears on
the formal program at least four
limes, nnd infonnullv fills vacancies
in prelude work us occasion requires.
Her morning talks nre grouped under
the general title of "Danger Signals
on the Reed to Health," and arc dis
courses emiuenilv practice)!, tree
from technical veibiago and faddist
Youth was in the n-eeuilant sat
urdny evening with the appearance
of tho Simpson College Glee club in
a concert which nt forded u brilliant
musical hotting nnd gnu a boosting
impetus to this season's assembly
... ...... .
movement. "Overwhelming is the
only su'icrlntivc term to employ in
defining the ovation with which tho
youthful singer, were greeted. Forty
hoys nnd girls from one of tho lend
ing colleges in the Hnwkee state up
pared in n piogrnm of a xcoro of
selections ranging from the classic
to the rollicking s'ougs of college
days, with jells iutcrcrscd in lib
eral meaure. The din of enthusi
asm was so great lit times that rep
resentatives of the "Society for the
Suppression of Crying Infants"
found no occasion o iuforco quid.
Staid lownns weru wrought up to
such a pitch that, they broke loose
from their moorings, rose to their
feet and joined In a refrain of
"'rails," inspired by the snap and
ginger displayed by iho visiting col
leginus. The liom'e of tho cluliH is nt
Iudiauola, central Iowa, ami tho or
ganization is on its initial visit to
tho Pnclie coast. The courtesy of
Iho Ilurliiigtou management made Hie
trip -mss'lilc. Their itinerary in
cludes ('(dorado. I'tnh nnd southern
California points, the homeward
journey bringing thorn up through
Oregon nnd Washington. From Rose
burg north they. wll npiwnr in var
ious Willamette towns, prctinu to n
stop of ten days at Spokane. They
return enst on the Northern Pacific,
via Minneapolis and St. Paul. The
visiting dingers aro very plcnsuul
young folks. The boys are hu-k
and evidently "corn fed." The girl
mnke no pretensions nt tnt effect.
They wero plainly and becomingly
dressed, there being nn utter absence
of slit skirt or diaphanous gown at
tire, hollo wing by precept the ex
ample set hy n duo of staid. .Meth
odist ouupcroncs the party is about
ns jolly n gathering of young people
ns ono nllcii meets,
Chnulntiqua Sumlnv is ever n red
letter day in the annals of the as-
sembly period, and yes'terday was no
exception to the rule. On this dale
Manager Hillings always keeps the
identity of the chief talent n state
secret until the critical moment,
when the exercises of the day com
mence. The churches nil unite, both
morning and evening, In a union ser
vice nt the' Inhemnclu yesterday.
Rev. Wm. Persons, D. D., of the Ceil
tral Presbyterian church, Kugcnc, oc
Copied the platform. Ills theme was'
"They llring No Fruits lo Perfc-
Hon," illustrating the text ly deal-'
ilig with types of character and fur.
nishing practical object lessons'
thereby. Too speaker is member
of this season's Chnuliitiqtm fnoull.
being Iho Hihle litstrueloi' of the
course. He has n innM plcuMng V''f
sonnUty and n delivery nuoNoellod.
Tho musical put I Ion of tho service
wni by tho Simpson (lice club hi spe
cial Slumber, the congregation join
ing in tho old familiar h,iuu. As a
prelude to Dr. Parson's address, the
college singers reudeied Kipling'
Immortal "Recessional'' with fine ef
Sunday afternoon there woio var
ious meetings hold by the sociotfeft Of
young people, also a snored conceit
hy the INtello Gray company, new
candidates in thl locality for public
favor. Al the evening service there
was an address, by Chinlcs- II. Plut
tenhnrg, a student and philosopher,
who is making a stir m Iho realm of
Chautauqua citciuts. Music was of
forded by the Simpson club In a final
npponranee hoie. fining the day the
Msitors wore treated o automobile
drives oor tho city. Thorso outings
on n Sunday wore by vitluo of nocos.
sity inasmuch as tho club member
left early Monday morning. As it
was, iho Sabbath was not actually
broken, being fractured but n tiirie
With ideal weather conditions nnd
increasing attendance, the prospects
of a successful assembly season Tor
HMl is very gratifying. .Malinger
Pilings' countenance beams wth an
ticipation, while Secrelnrv Trel'rou'
bland smile promises to Income per
ennial, duo to the harvest of shekel.
derived through Iho channel of the
boy oft ice.
DON'T BE MISLED
Modfoid fit Icons Simula Head unit
Hoed This Adie, ,
Kidney trouble Ik ilniiRorous mid
Don't experiment with soinothliw
noXv nnd untried.
t'sii a tested khliuo remedy.
I'sed 10 kidney troubles no years.
Rei'iimiiiviideil hero nnd every
where. A Medford rllUon's statement
forms couMnclug pronr.
It's local testimony -It can bo In
vestigated. A. K. . Perelvnl. RIB lliuiilltnn
Ao., Medford, Ore. sns: "I hnd stif,
fered for two yenrs froto nil Urn Villa
and distress that po with blnddur
and kblned trouble Plnnlly, 1 tJO
rlded to see what Dunn's Kidney
Pills would do for the trouble. Af
tcr inking two boxes, the kidney aiyl
bladder complaint left." I
Price i0e at nil dealers. Don't
simply nsk for a kidney reiiiedyitot
thmii's Kldliev Pltls the siiiuo thai
Mr. Perelvnl hnd. I'oster-Mllbuin Co.
lliiKnlu. N. Y
Ml'Tt AL PlttttlRAM
Soul of the South
iTt-n Pint 'IJit-llliig ItalVle ' sVciiim
Ot'lt .MfTCAI. OHtL NO. 12
TIII5 liem: OF MAN J PAN
t Tin; rni:n sh'rimitI
KotMonu (JiinYeil (
Coming Friday and mitiiiday
THIS I.OHT DIAMOND
PATHi: IH'NTIXG TIGRUM IV
Wood, Shingles, Shakes
Leave your orders nt the Knst Shlo
Wood Yard for tho winter's supply
at reduced prices. Delivered tiny
til Cast Main Street
The Popular Drink
Ji s lioaslcil Daily in Med
ford. It's Hlcndod in Bedford.
It's Iho bust in Medford.
Why inUii.se MedlWd Cof
fee.': If you expci'L 1o lmild up
your town, use homo pro-
duels. Auk voiip srroeei' mid
insist on his sending you
The Riteway Coffee
WAHIIINOTON. July 13 Presl
dent Wilson today dUciiMoc hunlnofg
conditions with llnphapl Sermon of
Detroit and Joseph (J. Jlranch of
Chicago, Herman suia tliui In his
opinion, IhimIiics nutn generally
ok reed thut mill trunt ckIIu(Iho
ihould be put tliroiigh at tliu present
fesslon or congreiiH and Hint nis.
lues mndlfloiiH gonnriilly wmu lin-Moving.
Kurrcss or it Mcillrlnc.
All thlnh's succeod which rill n real
need; that a doctor is kent biwv
day and night proves his ullllty uid
skill; that Lydla K. Plnklmni's Veg-
eiauiu t;ompoiiuo Is sold In enor
mous quantities n almost evert cltv.
town and hamlet In America and In
foreign countries us well proves Its
merit, nui women are found every
where who tell or health restored
hy Its ti e.
John A. Perl
VUukt't M, 47 m 47'Jt
Auto Service to CraterLake
lsaVo Medford Moiidoys, Wednes
days nnd Fridays.
Lv, Medford Hotel 8:00 n.m.
Lv. Holland Hotel SiOG a.m.
Lv. Nush Hotel ;0 a.m.
Lv. Kaislo Point X;r.0 a.m.
Lv. Derby , 9; 30 n.m.;
Lv, McCloud lO.or. a.m.
Arrive nt Prospect ,....11 CM) hiii.
Lv, I'rospect ia:iri p.m.
Arrlvo nt Crater LKo 4:'J0 p.m.
Iteturu trip not run on schedule tliuo.
Jtates for Shlo 'pussengerH
Potw'n Mndriird Ai Knglu Polit Jt.nr,
" " i'rosii!ct n.no
Union. Creek., fl.75
Cruler Lake.. 10.00
llooud'trlp to Crater Lake ja.OO
When no side passengers on
Derby route, will go by Trail
by hperlul arrangement, Fuio
Id Trull 3.00
Parties wishing to go fishing up
KoKwii Itlver can go up one day mid
rd urn tho next
HALL TAXI CO.
Omni PIioimi 100, (siwge Phone II III
Every Day Is
Provided you have the fish,
i t i
ana oui DtiHiiiess is io sup
ply the fish nt all limes, and
wo do if. Choicest on the
The hest thai swims,
MEDFORD FISH &
For iulllii up nil kinds of nickels
and especially for fnhle use
We carry this in lulk'
Give it a Trial
Secoifil Door East of Frst HnUoiyM
unk, Pliunu 202
livery garment cleaned b' us Ii
tnndo snultiiry nnd clean with our
Modern Equipment anil
We nre able to ulvo you service
thnt In only pniodblo to net In tho
Phone : 1 1. Wo will call.
STOCK OF TIRES ON HAND
Call and get mil' prices.
MOTOR CAR CO.
L E I N
Next door tu First Nntluunl llsnk,
UNION FEED AND
112 South Mversido
1 Hupmohilc Runabout . . . $250
1 Flanders Studebaker Runabout . 300
1 Horse, Buggy and Harness all in
cfood condition .... 85
! 1 Horse, Buggy and Harness . . 135
1 Motor Cycle (Indian) . . . 65
C. E. GATES
it$( MlWStT 3
1 noiiTin I
THURSDAY, JULY i6
To m'cnmmoiliilo ptitronri nci'oiint Mmlrord D.iy nt tho Alihlnud
Clmiiiuiuiua, Hpeclnl irnliin will run rrom (InintH Pumi mid Mod ford i
ou rollowliiK , .
OrnnlH I'.'ihh ....
ItoKiiu Itlver ..
Cent nil I'olut k...
... 11:00 noon
...I a: til i.in,
... 1:11; ii.in.
Medford t, fun, ninl 7.00p
Voorhlea ::tr ii.iu. " 7: III n
Ciint i ui I'olut
'(liilll lllll .. ..
(IrniilM Puhh ...
I ill lulu., "
, His lun;
KCfMIWIlM(tl'H((ll mJIU (lllll
Hi-rriiiNirVo spmciai, tilVin
T; in p
I'll Mill loi lit nil liilei'medlnlo poluN uoIiik noil leliiiulUK
(i mid let off aifiiKviH.
SUMCCfAL ).OW ROUND 7'RII KARKS
Pull paillruliirn from iiemoMl H. p. Client.
.loiiu ai. neon, imiii'iai jMimouuiir Alio