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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE
AN INDEPENDENT NEW8PAPKII
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MEDFOUP PtUNTtNO CO.
Office Mall Tribune Mulldlnp, it-n-it
North Kir utrcet, telephone 75.
The Pemoorutlo Time. The MUord
Mall, Tho Mcilforil Tribune, The South
ern OreKnlan. The Anhlmid Tribune.
BUDHCRrPTIOK KATE I
tint vmf. bv mall- .. . ,.
re? mmah.' ueiiv'fro.'i h" ciVrkr TS
and Control Point .Mj
nmururcy umy, ny ninn. jur imr J
Weekly, per year
official imimt of me city of M.iford
(Jfflclul J'apnr of Jackson County.
rSntMiixi hm pftrtnlilitMa matter At
&lirord, OrtK'"'- "nur tlii act uf Maroh
Hworn Circulation for 1911. 2C8.
' Pull lenaed wire Aannnluttd l'rtu dta
Bubicrlbers ralllnt to recolre
papers promptly, phone Ctrcu-
lutlon Manager at 2C0R.
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HONG KONG KOLUM
Tluxlcnb illlvors Hliould lio nt front
clmrKi'H ho heavy
.Muuy iloople look liost whoa lookoo
Tor slojiiohoily who owo them nionoy.
Wo Am S''ii
I mot n resolution kooiI,
Ar pnro nml white ns henven;
I nHl((I, "How ninny may you ho?"
It answered, "Wo nro huvoii,"
"9110 lirotlior went to n unloon
And ncvor moro wns booh,
And onn who lind a llttlu gumo
l.les In tho churchyard Bfluon."
"Ono lirotlior ran n llttlo hill;
I novor ww hint more.
jXiiuthor', who got iii too Into,
1 kno.liiiH gonu hoforo."
"Then atlll nnothor cussod n hit
And, vaulshod from our kozo,
WhMo ono n Wall titroot flor took
,j And walki no moro them ways."
" 'Thon you nlono nro loft I cried.
M'Tho roflt liavo gono to lioavvn!'
Hut Ht 111 tha roaolutlon wopt
Anil ntmworoil, Wo nrb novoii!"
Hmltr Whj- did Wagner ronipoKo
auoh terribly loud innslo?
Cortt PurlmiNi hU wlfo watt doaf
and ho did It to annoy her! Youkorn
I.ndi' (to bnjmnr) My jcod wan,
do yon ovor taho a bnthT
Uomwr N'o mum I novr takes
nuythiiiR largor tha tin ttler tOH pot.
CiiiIoin TlihiKh III tho Vohm
Holt Qf lllhtilliiK euiod a r.iiinert
Imt womail'a rliouwatlaiH and did
$1000 dawntf to her hoinr.
In OKIqpbo h wlfu loekvd lior hua
band unto keep him hWo Thon lit
Jhiii)hI (r9U th window ami broko
iHitk htc lam.
Palling from an auto baa rtatorod
tho honrlug or au ludUna wan. for
many Tmn alone deaf.
KtolluV Itiiigiilii C.iiiiiIdc
Ah (iptituiat Ii tht kuv who imlnta
out tho atlvr IIhIM at th rtoud and
ihtui boriowt your umWhIU to go
' ' ,H
DUiolHP on tbr vllU gron now.
adayp bM tUMtutrald titto dodglajt
uiotar win on rha ctt aaphalt.
Tho Itnll mill Hi Oi'imui
One day at OrM nd Uoll fall
High volt tottwwed.
"Yon oHly ilajg wM yy'r tallttd."
aald tlie orgua NOUdlr.
The Uell ealwlr aliiiwltii Ha
'While ," puraiMd the 6rH.
"will be blowett flrat."
Instant 1 teller
f'bollv (to ahoiMnMl - $f w
-rould ou Uk that ello tie with
jhe pink imtn oat v( the bow wla-
jtlow for tar'
flboii',. n Ortt m ,h. rieeaed
ta ' a ihiat i. .1 r i ae window
oll i"t.. ueilr. . Tbe
..tint) ! we evert time
B " Tf.
l . ) i , oiilng htltlan
THE LANDSCHAFT DEA
XX (Jerinany Hie land owners oi' a districtoan unite and
create a'landseliaiV The landsehaft has authority
to issue debentures and extend credits, under government
Hipervision. thus solving the rural credit problem.
The landsehaft idea is' a step further in co-operative
fanning. Money is secured bv pledging the property of
the district as security,' under
! anv individual could secure
.seolllcd to 111(1 IVUllIll I lUCiniKM'S at H)W 1'JltcS ill lollg 1 11110.
ii , jl i ,,, . , f
III In I lllilljrilll' Llll' till IlllT nil
'The sinking fund established
. . ..... iij
wer jopiij iite uiMiiri iHuiMtwiiicM. iinri',veiii ihiii esutu
lishes a capital to do business upon.fyj!ll?j'oJiiof benefit,
however, is the organization of tiVpurc1)jsiiig and selling
In the United Sfatos'our social 'evolution lias not yet
reached the stage where the value of community co-operation
is utilized and the need of fho state and nation lending
its credit and supervision to the district realized, but the
pressures!' economic conditions is rapidly forcing its con
sideration. Fai iners cannot continue to pay the high rates
of interest demanded, and the adoption of the landsehaft
idea offers a practical solution. Tt is our own fault if we
do not help ourselves, for in Oregon the law-making is in
the hands of the people.
We have, however, long realized the need of community
and district co-operation along certain lines, among them
in securing irrigation, and laws are in effect authorizing
the establishment of irrigation districts. The district can
find money on easy terms for securing water, where an in
dividual or corpoiation would fail.
The opposition to the district comes from those who
do not. realize the neccssit' of co-operation and the part
it plays in modernized agriculture, and who fail to grasp
the essential fact that what benefits one land Owner in thr
district benefits all, and that
rests upon theprosperity of
welfare ol an isolated Jew.
Tile community of interests established by the district-
welds the locality into unity and creates a solidarity ol
interest.?. There is no reason why an irrigation district,
successfully accomplishing its initial purposes, should not
secure additional legislation sufficient to extend its pow
ers into those ot the landsehatt, with authority to .issue
debentures for other purposes than irrigation and extend
credit to members under state supervision.
The great advantage of the irrigation district plan over
any other is that tho water-users themselves own and op
erate the system and manage it to protect their mutual
interests. The progressive farmers of Talent are the first
in the valley to recognize this fact, and their example
should be followed bv the formation of other districts.
Co-operation is the keynote to modern industrial sun
cess and nowhere is it more essential than in agriculture.
The need of marketing associations, of buying associa
tions, are everywhere admitted. The identity of interests
makes the Rogue U'ivor valley a favorable field for it, and
its lack is responsible for most of the valley's adversity.
The producers can and should, by co-operation, care for
their commercial, industrial and financial necessities.
l.OS ANoni.i:S, Boat 3 1'ntiFPii
Kom arriving nhonrd tho atuamcr
l'rlnco Albert from Toiiolohnmno and
Mazntlnn, Mexican went coast porta,
rpnorted today that 15,000 Cnrranxa
tro'opH woro bolng roncontrntod nt
N'avnjon, under coiniuand of fienernl
Dloguoz for a movement ilnnncd to
drive all Villa adheronta out of tho
atatea of Slualon and Sunorn. They
aleo reiKirlml that Curranan nartUaiiM
had lOKalnod the clO' and territory
of Toilo after a da'a battle with
Villa troojia tinder Oeneral Hafael
HuMna- Thla Iwttle waa atubltornly
fought by both aide.
Aecordlug to aaeuger a large
amount of bullion lnu been taken
from mltioa In that vlrlnity now being
operated b) Curranaa follow era.
HOWELLS SELL AT $1.75
PER F. 0. B. MEDFORD
A car load ot Howell pear a belong
ing to Clarence Hoxl. Young and Hall
aud J. S. Vllaa ytntterda aold la the
middle weat for H T5 iht bo f o. b.
.Medfonl. The fntlt waa aold through
lite Itugue Hlver Fruit and Produce
aaoelatioM. The uaaoetaUon alao an
houuam tbe gale of a oar load of
Bartleit ieHr from tbe Hear Creek
orchard at a price of ft 2'. f o 1
Metlford Tlieae price are ouadered
IXTHItlMtlJA.V .mxi tU CO.
Leave Med ford dally oxeogt Sun
liny for Aabland. Taleat and 1'heauU
at a. m, 1 : IS. 3:00 aud 5:16 ami
10:15 p, m. (Saturday at 11: it p
w ) Sunday leave at J 00 aud 11:00
a. ut.. 1:00. 1:00 aud 90 p. m.
KjMve AabUHd Uall- except Sunday
at 9:00 a. nv. 11:10. S JO. 4:10 and
littfi ji. w. and Sunday at 10.00 n
m . H ne. 4 00. (I and lUtlO p. m.
John A. Perl
UN H. H.-tHTI.inT
I'lu.uea M 17 and 47-JU
AeiltJlanm Honloa (Vrua r
MEDFORD MATTJ TRIBUNE,
more Javorable terms than
funds. It reloans the funds thus
out of receipts fj'om the.far-
i V ' i. ti it
the prosperity of the district
all within it, and not upon the
FOR GULF COASI
WASIUNOTON', Sent :i- Two Wont
Indian storing nro headed for Ameri
can coimti. Hurricane warnlnga hnvo
been ordered on tho gulf.
Tho more pronounced disturbance
wait in the tiulf of Mn.lco thla morn
ing headed northwestward. Weather
bureau official xaid tt would Ktrlko
the gulf coast tonight or Saturday
morning aomowhere between Cedar
Keys and New Orlonnt.
The aecond atoriu. about which
very little l known, 1st In the vicinity
of the Ilermudae. where the jireasure
ruiiiwIiiH abnormnlly lower. That
utoriii niMmreutly la moving In a
north eat direction toward the Car
olina and the Virginia cupen
FRENCH GRAFTER COMMITS
SUICIDE TO AVOID ARREST
1'AHIS. Sept 3--Ouo of the gov.
erHtnent official Involved In army
fraud In connection with the pur-
'ehaae of munitlena eoHimltttHl suicide
eaterda to avoid arroat. Warrants
tor other peraonu In complicity with
ethuleal agent or the nrmv and na)
have 1een lued
Houses of Glass
IY KDWIN' (lL; ,
Tblg ta MeM-i No. f eg the Story
Serte -a ho ly8?"
Theee "Wte I'm.- atffp ae 9U
worth jrr tha). .w rag aoeer
eea oe. twrt '.
It. I'. A. MASON
A l'.iraiiii'iul Sr. ial
afEDFORD. ORFCION, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER. 3.
CHINESE FINANCE jfk jk
STEAMER LINE TO fc . ffifSBv
nniiiii-ii nniniT 4ojsm- '?J ' lEKfflW-
m mum unmm mr; ik w&b.
SAN I'UANClfeCO, Sepf. 3. An-
nouncemont that $5,000,000 had been
subscribed atuThalf n million Rot aside
subject toiliiRtant call toward the fin
ancing of n now Chinese-American
tmns-I'aclfic steamship company was
made hcor todny-on authorlty'of John
U. Mc.Vnh, attorney for tho Chinese
.Six companies. ;,
Since tho arrival here of Dr. Well
ington Koo, China's first minister to
Mexico, who stated on reachlng-thls
port that contrnot for the financing
of tho line had been signed, those in
terested horo have been working
quietly but rapidly toward putting the
big project Into actual operation.
The Chinese, McNah says, expect to
hogln with vossols adapted to the pe
culiar conditions of their Oriental
trade that Is, they will hnvo limited
cabin facilities and great etorage and
Later, according to Atjornoy Mc
Nah, tho Chinese hope to have several
first-class vessels equipped to handle
the best tourist travel In the world.
If the Chinese cannot puirhase their
ships, they will have them built.
WASHINGTON'. Sept. I. I'mof
tlint the entire pii ' nt muni Aiin'iiciin
li:itllislii fleet, m.xle up ol' I'Our ili
vjm'(iiih of live hip eueli, uuil u tl'iK
ship, n total of (went -one. eouhl lie
paHM-il through the I'linumii eauul-iu
one day ha been afforded by the
bundling' of the nimil neademy prae
tiee Ho.uadmu in the ouuiil locks on
its way to ami from the I'uiinina-I'a-eific
Tho s(uadt'ou, composed of the
hnttleships Mihsouri, Ohio nml Wis
cousin, the largest warship which
liuvo so far used tlie'eanal, wore put
through the lock-, ut Pedro Miguel
find Mint floret, the Missouri uiu'
Ohio siinultaneoiwlv in parallel, with
the Wiscon-iiii fliit'etlv n the rear.
" I've been smoking
It' doubtful if you ever heard
a Falima stnoktr say that
Of coutse, you can't tall
until you try thm whelhtr
Fatlma will tasta a good
to you oa thy do to uioaf
Out one thing you can b
' euro of Kalimas will navtr
give you any man "afttr
Tha pur Fatlma blend la
famout for being cool and
friendly to tho throat and
tonguo. Fatimas are the moat
SUNSIULE cigarette you
can smoke. Today's tha day
you should try them.
HwTurldsh Blend Ggaiette
B 2Q for W
Medford's Lcadins Theater
Cool t'omfortablo, WeJI Ventilated.
:. Part Vll.iRraph-llroadwaj Star
With Julia Swnvno fiordon. Leo
IelHiiev and Others
Kn.i t'omedj -Drama
The Cave onThunderdoud
A Kaniou TikIi ator- by Mar Hob
The Serpentjs Tooth
Wglly an aad Nltra Prater
H'o AU a Hlg Sbow at the Tage
iv Iteot of PkiniM u Ku'i-y Miot
& If- IU
CtlV. 1i..,u Barmla TIIKKW
ALL WARSH PS IN DAY
r ut-i bhhBs:- m miimam. 1 .kiwi j.,it mi
1 vyyjmmw jkWvtiJ
The Judge Says
Pul a package of those real corn flake.'?' tho.se
on trial lieside a package of any other eoni Hakes
on the market. The jury will hrnitf in a verdiet of
"jruilty" ijuilty l" bei'm? the finest eorn flakes
The Xew Post Toasties are erisp tind appeti.
iiitf, with a true corn flaver: and thoy don't mush
down when milk or cream is added.
TJni here's the real test. Take a handful, fresh
from the package, and eat them without cream or
milk. .Mighty good, aren't they?
Notice thcvlittlo "puffs" on each flake a dis
tinguishing characteristic resulting from the new
method of Cookiiig and toasting, which also brings
out and enhances the wonderful,' true corn flavor.
Your grocer has the New Post Toasties. Try
them and bring in your verdict
POOR OR INFERIOR BUTTER WILL MAKE
THE BEST BREAD 'DISTASTEFUL
Therefore Insist on Your GrQcer Giving You
Gold Seal Butter
It costs no moro and you
Jackson County Creamery
.An Jivciai- cost ot two it uts a mile jmi
vides lor operating and maintaining a
Ford etir. Ami " Ford After .Service for
FoVd Ownei-s" assures the continuous
ust' of your !. In every contingency
there's ,n Ford donler near by, with a
eomnjetu stock of parts.
Tur Cm $44. RM)mhjI HH, Towb Car i!A.
faapotH $TH, S4n It75; f. o. fc. Detroit with ll
fajtiioit. tla dihuiay and W at
C. E. GATES
always get THE BEST
September 8 tO 1 1
', Z;ifWi to
on products of orchard, farm,
garden', home, shop, stock,
Hig Dahlia show and display
of everything grown and
made by children of ci(y and
Thursday, Vriday and Sat
urday at 1 ::) p. m. for pur.se
of H)0, between Aledford
lun 'J'i. miles each day,
changing hoises every half
mile, for purse of '250.
Also Running and Har
ness Races for countv horses
- Hitch-up Races, Buggy
itaces, mule Kaces and Other
Xo chai-ge for autos, ve
hicles or grand stand.
School children admit tt-il
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