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IvfEDFORD MATTj TRTTrftsJE. MEDFORV), OREGON, WTDAY.
ttOVUNiTuw r, inn
Judge Kelly Relates Experiences in
Southeastern Idaho Gave Farm
ers Steady Market at Fixed Prices
for Product Surplus . of Beets
Now Grown and Shipped.
7c the I-Mitot ;, f
Th )HiblihrJ statoment of Mr.
Ofttos to the effcit thnt the cnmpaiRii
for beet nerpnee wns meeting some
iliM'ournp'ment wns not surpiWiig to
me, for the reason thnt T, ih other,
cundiK'ttil n siniilnr campaign in
HoutheoHtem lilnlio jomc twelve year-?
no, and I think that we at that time
weie confronted wili njl of the oh
Muelci, doubt and pessimism Hint
your committee h mooting with at tliis
time. Tlio-territory over which, wn
solicited the aureate for a factory
urm in most reipcets less favorable, to
the srtmr licet industry than local
in the intermounlnin lesion1? beet
culliue nt thnt time was more or less
:in experiment, and the campaign wv
conducted eouhl not nt thnt timo be
fin titled with tliu concrete evidenec af
MU'ec-s thnt Is' now rmtiliiblc. At that
time I had some misgivings as to tin
question of profits to llilTtit'noTflTlYr'-
ij(, lint our campaign was .sucec-sful
mid brought us the sugar beet fac
tory. - -.-.--
Success Fituu Start, !.-
We made many mistakes in the land
that was necepted for beets that ro
Milted in isolated failures. Wo had
no soil e.vpeit to counsel with and
took everything that was proffered?
3n spite of all of this, the business
was a riieeess from the stall, and
when I Miy sueees), I mean that it was
M Mieccfs to the jiioduecr. I resided
nif the community two yearn after
.llio instnl!i'tit.'ii ot the faetorv and 1
know iM'iNonnllv that the mitntiHipct
fftctory was tbe one factor that built
"jip thnt t(V,n mid eoinmiiuity.
f , The hufltiiess formerly had ben the
ruiMi.g of ulfnlfn (und 'I'thinlc thnt
Miction of Idaho raises more and hot
liy alfalfa than any other section of
the entire northwest), fuiit, potatoes
und -mull jrrnh) erojmure aNo mic-eit-hfiillv
grown theic, and In most re
markable tounaac, the country bolus;
i bcr-t.iruj.,ati)d,coiiiitrqk in th
woih!. 1 tiiiuk. Uul the instability of
lnerkct" for then' ptoducts brought
mi'iiy f.iihlics and haidshipt.
i A Safe lim'sttiU'iit
'The Hiigur "beet, with its five-ycai
oniitmet, gave tl c fanner a sure, wife
iiivVfclivtolt.l fiaWlicorV nrtffiftHlfil
,tuii('li with that community in the
t w el incurs Mure the installation 'of
the l'tah and Idaho sugar Inetory,
mid tho greatest compliment that can!
lm paid to the beet sugar indu-tiy is
evidenced in the statements of my
former tovnsmcti to the effect Hint
the tunnels of Hint vicinity, have
wiser' o many beets (lining the year
3015 that the factory is unable to
handle them, un-i they nie he'mg ship.
jHfi to Lehigh, Ltah, muie than 150
One of the eoaiinon argument
made local1 v by fanners is that the
eempnign fcr ncmige t- not bciir,'
eondeeted hy faimei.s, hut in the main
hv business men, nnd IlievTivsont tho
MiRi;estion of Hie townsmen as to
what the fanner should plant.
1 suppose that it would he a much
more sntisfnetoi nirangctnent if the
cHiiipnipi for neiease could bo eon-
ducte-l by the farmers, but the fanner
is the one individual, nt least in com-
TnTinilies like this, upon whoe shoul-
(dets the welfare of all must rest. III.
hyk must be attended to in senson,
Uu:d for that icnson the burden falls
unoii those whoso business is of less
jjijiportaiiec. The business man who
.ajlvoeated that which wn- detrimental
to the furmer, nnd not tor his best in
terasts, would indeed be taking th
shortest route to financial suicide. Hi-Mil-cess
in the Itogue Hiwtr vnllev i
Ub'jolutely coiitiiiRcnt upon the mic
nets of the soil, niulilt man who
work it." & - -
' 1 have wntclitdf he cnmtMgii for
SUnr beet iicicHgrfMvith trfci deep
tmiicrii of one who knows the blns
i(fn it will briii,; to nil of u-.
1, Promoter llie Sumo
jjjic moil vho nro tmvnng tlie in
lcrtry to r if tin' wtiuo pcoiile
(Iwt ftHhlilil tht' ho-tuiy in IiIhIio.
Mk tK , .
TJio iNiHtmonr nic in 'l iwmmm'N -f tn -iIht.
They an ilmlii.itii mii' of
tU mistakes tin t Mr- m1i' In tin-T4tl-r
of MMHtntic Hiitttlilt fHl. tjiul
tliyn bra WMfliiv nlrantiif( in tlt
irttHttr iff mrrlfuiiawMt, nM, trrnis
tterUiiiuN ami ktttHtr anil ttW hh4 of
iatar (Ht tht1 fHfiwutlv ttHftil
IttfaVo Ja: . i! .t -Nrl llwlit would
lift' a NMI -)! tiMil irrci.iruUli
nRakr lo "!- iIm &f .iu4int lli
Iin'Mln lliui i kri'M'l.iii Iitmil'
i w iith .l. h. n icixtlHllv,
i: I. KKI.LY. I
FAIR STATUARY TO
ASlllANI), Nov. 1.. -This eitv is
to luive two impeitant soueniis fiom
the Pnnaniu-l'aeifie e.xposition at
nan iraucico wuu which 10 nooni
its parks, even it unsuccessful in hiv
inj Hm Orrxon building lemoved here.
These acniiitionn are a sine go.
They have, been bargained for in cold
casli eeri lo detnil us to freight
rates, uud their transfer her in not
dependent upoi. nnv hot air moe
ment. llotli are works of art in it
hifthe-l sense, end an to be selected
from the Italian exhibit at the big
Tho first is an, elaborate fountain
in colored Verona mniblesunnountcd
by a Cupid toing with a wan.
tMinor dlcels- are in keeping with ma
jor details., This work of art bears
the legend, "Mori di pclii," which,
being" translated from the classic
Italian into the vernacular means,
"flower of Mnches." It was selected
by 0. S. Jtutle on tho occasion of
his recent visit to the exposition sub
ject to approval of I). I'etorzi, an'
other benefactor with llutle.r in deed
ing a tract towards the enlaigcd park
area. I'erorzi left for San r'rnncisco
in response, to a wire Jrom llutler, and
the purchase was clinched on the
spot. VTlie consideration wtic $11000,
"besides the freight," which U no
Tho second work ot ait is the )ht
sonal gift of G. S. llutler, as a mem
orial lo his stepfather, Jacob Thomp
son, dFc'ea,Vdr"a,"7ioncer'6f soTUhon'
OregoBinf18ir. It :s a heroic sla
tue of the immoital Lincoln, (1 feet S
inches ii,i, wciyliing -1000 pounds It
is of Cerrara maible, the work of A.
Frilli, Hie senlptor, titnl reprc-enM the
great cmaiicip'Uot' e.tending the proc
lamation which ficcd millions of
slaves. Tiiis gift from Mr. Jlutler is
given in n.itiei)n(ion of llie election
on the park giounds of a mcmoiinl
pioneer building in which to hotisi
various historical and other features
pertaining to the early settler period
of .laekson county.
The "xpense of the fountain will be
mt from a -.pccinl fund set a-ide for
H(iHiiur)oseoiJothwork.s of art will
be icleascd forhipment here at the
olose of the exposition, jDbeember 4.
A companion statue to thnt of Rihcotf;
flcorge Washington- wa- aNo e.
pceted to be added to the list at the
hands of a beecfaetiess i Chiding in
Hns.oity, but the mattvr i.s being held
in abeyance tor the time being at
Ill1) oikI the I. hull
Tho Knocker traveled to tho galcH
And hammered hard that ho might
"Who., comes?" said Suton "speak
up quickly tell
The, cause of alt this wild, unearthly
"Up there on earth they had no use
Tim Knocker said "and Heaven
scorned mo too
And so, friend Satan, I have come to
So let mo In my tongue has word
"What Ih a Knocker?" Satan bent to
"In every friend I tried to plok some
"Oo," shrieked tho Dovll, "beat It
out from here
Thero are soinn limits oven Hell must
THINK OF IT
;t(),(K)0 1'oi-son.s lhiMlcly JUHoiuineiul
Our ItenuHly. Some mo Miilfonl
Over one hundred thousand havo
recommended Doan'H Kidney I'IIIb
For backucho, kidney, urinary UIh,
Thirty thousand signed testimon
Are appearing now In public print
Some of them are Medford people,
Some are published In Medford
No other remedy shown such proof
Follow this Medfoid man'B exam
f. S. Illden, fchoemuW litl V
Clark St., Medford, sas: "l suffered
from rlieuinatlc pains, caused hy too
much uric acid In my sstem. Tho
pain was especially severe tn m
bade. My kidneys were disordered,
too, and my health was all run down
l couldn't stoop without gettlns; diz
zy. Ah soon as I lined Doan'n Kid
ney Tills the pflln began to leave and
the action of my kldnojs Has niK
ulated. Two boxoH removed every
slKH of kidney (rouble " (Slutemont
Klven Sept. IS. I90T I
OVKll FlVK YKAItS I.ATKIt Mr
Kllldun aald: "The kidney tioiiMf and
lliounutlaiuilus Mliioh I)an m Kid
nev Fill wired huo imir returned '
Frlce 56c, at all doulum Don t
uliiipl) ak for a kldne) remmh k'et
I loan Kidney IM1U the name ilut
IN BOMB PLOTS
XKW YORK, No. '.
Kny 0M, (f he S)V , nw umlor ,
dictment charged with attempts
place bombs on munitions ships snil
iiu: from this poit for Kngland and
France, today mnde a long "tatement
to United States Altomev II. Snow
den Marshall. The statement is un
derstood to be in the nature of a con
feswion and al-o to fiiliiNh new de
tails of the alleged Gennan plot to de
stroy or damage munitions shipped
from this country to the allies.
A prominent official connected
with the iniestigntiou said a quasi
agreement !md been made between
the government authorities and Fay,
und thnt Fay, who claimed to be a
lieutenant of the German aimy, would
plead guilty when biought to trial
with tho five others on conspiracy
charges. It was nNo stated that Fav
would apjK-ar before the federal grand
jury, but not until after his latest
statement has been checked up by the
depaitinenl of justice and secret scr
vice agents. If Fay goes befoie tho
federal grand jury it is considered
certain that he will not be asked to
Officials said thnt miuh of Fay's j
original vtulcment was valueless,
chiefly becnu-c of vagueness. Fuy,
who was urrcsted while experimenting
with explosives, according to secret
nrniie uruis, i-iiiiiu-nun in nun mini .
that I'.e came to this country through.
the nid of the Gennnit secret sciuco
with the avowed purpose of attach
ing a "marine bomb" tf his own in
vention to munitions c-srls sjtilnn;
frcm this i o.t.
10 GENT "CASCARETS
BEST LAXATIVE FOR
LIVER AND BOWELS
Don't Stay Const iMitc4l, Headachy,
Itllioiis, AVlth llrcntli llail or
No odds how bad your liver, stom
ach or Rowels, Jjiow much our head
aches, how miserable and uncomfor
table you nro from a cold, constipa
tion, indigestion, biliousness and
sluggish bowels you alwajB'got re
lief from CiHcnrets.
Don't let our stomach, liver and
bowels make you miserable. Takn
Cascarcts tonight; put an end to tho
hendacho, biliousness, dizziness, ner
vousness, sick sour, gassy stomach,
bud colds, offciiHlio breath and all
other distress; cleanse your Inside
organs of nil tho bile, gases and con
stipated matter which Is producing
A 10-cent box means health, hap
piness and a clear head for months.
All dniBKlsts sell Cascarcts. Don't
forget tho children their llttlo In
sldes need a gentle cleansing, too,
Sold on Monthly
a? -iBwaaaaa .aaal
Medford Roller Mills
H. A. Nordwick, Prop. Phone 507
HI rr-j" I
VwJl. J rjtaiwV.
To hav added this welt-known make of gloves to
the department, hence the sacrifice to close ont the
stock. Most of the gloves in this sale are of the
$1.50 and $2.00 grade all go at the one price.
No refunds, no exchanges or no phono orders
filled; neither cau we take time to fit these gloves,
so be sure of size.
Come in assorted colore of
greens, amber, browns,
also while, in the new nov
elty ornaments, at 15
YARNS AT 5c
Entire stock of Eiderdown
Yarns, in white, red, tans,
pink and doens of other
shades, always sold at 18c.
THE SUIT SALE CONTINUES
Every garment in the stoic is included,
many have found new owners tho past week
und well thev should nt the radical reductions.
All 15.00 and 20.00 Suits $12.50
All $20.00 and 2."j.()0 Suits $16.50
All $25.00 and S30.00 Suits $19.50
All $30.00 and $35.00 Suits ...... $24.50
All sKW.OQ and $10.00 Suits $27.50
Reasonable Charge for Alterations.
Why Do the Crowds Go
Corner (itiry and Jtstt SU.
"A hotel of RiliKitrnnl."
Cenlrullr locull within theatre and
hotiploc ill.tiicti. lio kiinnr outtlito
rtMiii Willi lull). Ilcuutllullr lurnlihal.
On rtlrtct mr linn to tho KXIOSITION-
TBS MINl'TH IIIIIK.
Homii tlory Uf unci roiicreU) butMliig.
RATtS: M toM 50 a diy
From Kcrrrur IHpota tuVo
nt our uxpvikc. or
uny (kary lrru mr iiui tltu door.
GOODS ARE MADE IN THE ROGUE RIVER VALLEY-
FOR GOOD BAKING
ROGUE SPRAY Flour
There Is no lilt-or-nilsB methods
med in the mlllini; of this brand, tho
exacting euro taken to nectira tint
hlfclifHt grade ot vshaat and the x
jiei t inlllliiR niethnilH oniplood Kuar
a nt co ii Htfudlly coiiblRtent, IiIkIi
I'tire, wliltn und wlioloKomoii.se
HOGl i: SIMlAY I'l.OL'U Tor nutrl-
Kite jilont) or linht-llio (iod lM-n
liKht. They tan't lot unouch of It j
In our home We maku tliem riuht, I
price ilitht. and made at home i
Tell iu what ou wut and hu will
itiwkc them for ou. any, lite. uh j
.lu,n Maku nur wIiuIiiwm to fit j
oir lu.me and mi yHr hoHio to fit
1 ui inilow can on iu and lot
i. prove l
EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF KID GLOVES
184 PAIRS AT 98c
31 PAIRS, SIZES 51 2 TO T)
53 PAIRS, SIZES 6 TO 6
61 PAIRS, SIZES 61, TO 6
39 PAIRS, SIZES 7 " TO iyA
All sixos and practically tun color, out1, two unci
tlu'cp-Hnsp, mocha, sucdo. cape or jlacc, in
grays, browns, tan. black and white, in tho well
known Marshall .Field make of real kid.
Come in Japanese crepe,
pink, blue and white em
broidered in different pat
terns, all sizes, at $1.95
Shown in floral and plaid
designs, in the new com
binations of colors. '10 in.
wide, at, vard, $1.50 and
FEATHER BOAS AND RUFFS
Tn all the wanted colors and plain
also combinations of browns,
blues, pfnks and greens, finished
with large tassel ends; many of
these ruffs are worn instead of
fur at $1.95. $12.50, $2.95,
68.50 to $6.50.
THE MAY CO.
E08 Boat yuiin Street
The Only Exeluaiv
in Southern Oregon
Negatives Made any time oi
place by appointment
We'll do tho reat
. D WESTON. Prov
USE THE PRODUCTS OF
Rogue River Valley
The Best Made
Help Home Industry.
Try Loganberry Juice anil Sherbets
at the fountains and Ice cream par-
OIL AND WATER
Oo to J. A. SMITH
128 N. Grape St.
, Telephone 8D0
lJHV l i
VISIT THE BARGAIN
Something added to this
department most every
day, short lines taken
from all over the store, to
be closed out at some
In neat edges, flounces and all
over patterns, filet and floral
patterns, all the rage.
WOOL FINISH BLANKETS
The largest blankets we havo
seen yet, in all white or white
with pink or blue borders; you
have paid as high as $4.50 and
$5.00 for these same blankets.
ilade of all-wool flannel in
navy blue, either white or red
trimmed, long sleeves, front
and side lacings, at $JJ.50
BAGS IN MESH OR LEATHER
Novelty styles, some finished in celluloid
mountings, others are fur trimmed, in the
new shapes, bought special for the holiday
season; also children's hand bags, priced
25c to $1.00
WE ARE AGENTS FOR ALBRECHT
UNION FEED AND
112 South Riverside
KEEP THE MONEY A
Medford Iron Works
E. G. Trowhridgo, Prop.
General Foundry and
Phono 401: Res. Phono 5033
Ask Your Grocer and Butcher
w rjm m mmm f m v
OUR OLUB ROOMS
have set aside this space
in- usu ui jiuy gaiiieruigs ot
kind sewing Societi'es or
meetings. The spneo is at
disposal, furnished for
LARGE COTTON BATT 95c
Tnst received, a lot of these
big large butts for comforts,
put np in big rolls, ovact size.
HOOKS AND EYES 2c
jMnocy Hooks and Eyes to bo
closed out, regular 10c kind,
both black or white, come put
np in tubes.
We have been agreeably
surprised at the popular
ity of 'this new depart-mentr-overy-day
hold necessities for less.
Such it vnrietv of htvlci,
wide collars', neat little
neck ruffs, cicpe do chine
oollais, with or without
cuffs, cord of ell kinds;
pi iced . 25c to $1.00
NEAiirsT to nvr.iiY rilING
quarters while in
Humtfiu! dlJlllKiI V ln!Ymt
ice woliT fit rvv
room. Spc(ul nlltii
Iiti. A la curitf
.i . .
ft., A IU O,
I "Meet me nt
the Manx" V
i-ii' l'W-'- -
DR. B. A LOCKWOOI)
I)R MVItTLi: S. LOCKWOOD
FhyslclnnB nnd surgeons. Of.'lca
3 09-3 10-311, ,M. V. Si II. bldjj.
Thonos, resldonco S1J-J2, ofdes
co u ii t ry,
OH. MARTIN C. DAKIIBR Physl
clan and aurgodn. 'Qlflco I'alm
block, opposite Nanh hotel. Hour
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phono 110-J.
T. Ov I J KINK, M. D.Kyo. Ear.
The Best Equipped Job
Plant in Orogou outsido of
Mr. Itiden had Foster MUUurn ( o ,
iW.B.rr-,.Nv Adv 'MEDFORD SASH & DOOR CO.