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CIOM) HIM.. Oro., Manh 2i II
iV, iKy and rjcorKc Muff, local pros
Iirctors, who havo resided hero or
many )oars, have uneovared an Iiu
jYortaiit and remarkable body of
Khcellto tungston oro, of IiIkIi grade
hiiallty. Thin In tho first discovery
of Its Wnd In OroRon, mHIiourIi it Is
Hold tlio float hag been found In dlf-
,ront districts of thin stnto. Tho
yiT tno parallol volns bolng about
70 fi'Ot apart. Ono running from 10
to)l 2 Inchon In width, tho other avcr
aalnit nbont G InchcH, having un-coVorr-il
four chtitoa for a dlstanco of
Assays from tho ores havo licou
iiimlo by I M. I'arkB, stalo director
of- nilnos, showing a value of 54 uor
conl Kingston acid, and 30 percent
flhcollto. Tho Southern Oregon Mill
ing' bureau gave iC percont tungsten
acid and 1R percent shoollto. The
Prcnto.i Chemical company rIvo an
avorage of 54 shcollto. and tho pan
nlngs carrylnR 70 percent tungsten
nold. "While boiuo of their samples
run CO percent, tho avorago would bo
bettor than 50 percont, tho value of
tho quotation at tho present time Ih
$S5 n unit for CO percont ore, which
would bo $1.25 per pound. .Ah they
hnvo several tons on tho dump, tho
prospectors aro assured a fortune In
Tho discovery was made threo
rollos north of Gold lllll, on tho prop
erty formerly known nud oporntod as
tho Sylvanlto Mining copipany, and
wan mndo while prospecting for gold.
Tho locators havo secured options on
nil tho surroundliiR property, tho
piirchaso price will cost thorn somo
$10,000. Dut It Is known that
thoso proportion carry a largo vein of
gold hearing ores, upon which kqv
oral thoiihands of dollars havo been
Hpoht for dovolopmont work.
During tho no-called "hard tlmoH"
spell, (hose prospectors hnvo lionu
liicomnntly In the field sonrchliiR fbr
rare mntals. They hnvo In addition
to' this discovery uncovored a largo
boily of hlKh-grado mnuRanoso, which
it is predicted will bring hlg prom
inence to this district.
BLUE LEDGE ROAD
A joint iiicctiiig of the Medfoid
Coiniiiciciiil dull ami Jackson Coun
ty Hiisiiiess Mch'k iihocintion will he
held this (.Monday) eveiiiii); at K:lt()
o'eliM'k at tin pulilie lihrury to di
eus tho propoxed exteukiou of the
Itullis Jacksonville railiuad to the
illue l.cdjte iiiininj: dihtnet.
The tneetiiiK i called at the ri'ipuiht
of Mr. Ilulli by the Commercial
ehihV hccial eomuiittee as (he re
hull of h prnpohfll made to the eluh
by Mr. Hullis relative to the votiiuc
of lunula by the city of Medfonl to
Hboist the conntriiclioii of tho rail
road. The lrit'ct iritr i to deti'i'iniiie
whethor uegotintioiiH with .Mr. Ilullis
continue or Hhether the project be
iibaudoueil l'or the prcMint year. It
is iinpcllant thai it lie well utteuilcd
and all paiticijiatc in the dncuMou.
OF SMUDGING OIL
Tho board of directors of the Far
mer & Fruitgrowers leaguo at this
special int'otlng hold at the Hotel
Mqdford. March Lsth, 19 1 C, there
bolus a full attendance of the board,
having with tho aid of the best ad
view obtainable 'carefully dlsuiwed
tho whole subject of frost protoctlou
in tho Hojtue Hlvor valloy do hereby,
itosolve that it is the sense of this
board that frost prevention as prac
ticed Ih the'ltogue Itlvor valley is
bsuoflelHl and noeowtary for the pro
per protection of the fruit, and bo it
Uosolvod that the uio of amudgo
oil is the best method known to date
for protection from frost, and be it
Uonolvod that this board deero
fataa tho necessity for the use of
mnudgo oil and undwtakw to Insti
tute and prosoeut mot thoroagh in.
Mtlgatlou lato weans and methods
tit Xrost promotion in the endoavor to
juta some substitute that will be lew
rreclncts Medford North Main and
Wat Medford register now at the
Medfflrd 1UkiOi Sinoko
T4ie Medford an Mt. Pitt Clmrs.
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RIMONY," NEW TRIANGLE-KAY DEE STORY OF SOCIETY AND DO
01' "Matrimony," this much may be Thelmu .Salter, there in nloo an nrtis
kiimI; Tin-, liii-o fonliiro luiH mi uppunl ' ' v,,' "'' eiitertainmeiit running
to ov...v l,iml......t ...,.t ir.. .,.,.1 (.. ..,-
ery prospective husband mill wife.
Tho story of n liuttbmid whose uffeo
tion eeeomps lens demonstrative ns
tho years pass is fuiuiliiir to the ma
jority of homes. The "auee for iMe
Koo.-e, snuee for the guilder" Iront-
nient pivscrilied in "Mntriuiony" with
Hiieh HiiciMiHsfiil lPHiiltw leaehes u 1cm- f tun stone. "Stolen Mutjie" is even
son. Ak played liy Julia Dean, llow-ilielter (linn Iuh rirsl Senlietl piny,
nrd lliekmnn, Louise (llaum, Kliwi-1 Mnhel Normnud and .Maek Seuuell
heth Hurbiidge and tlie favorite little! also appear in "Stolen Magie."
News From Our Neighbors
GOLD HILL NOffiin nmiLLEli"
A eoujile of Inwyers, sleuouriiph
ers, etc., who are coniliU'linic the
elooiuj; up of the estate of the Into
Charles Iteidle, were down from
l(ncliiir)r Thur-dny Inking touliiiiwiy
iind inljitiiig Mime liiiilterH whicli
had been in dispute.
Crowds or guuga of younjj people
are skirmishing tho hills for the beau
tiful lauih tongues, both purple anil
white heiiiK out in nhuiidaucu in this
A' jolly hunch of yoiuiff people
were entertained at tho home of Mrs.'
lieu II. I.nmpmuu ThursdNv cciiiur
at her spacious home on the hill di
rectly north of the depot. V1illo the
enjoyment whs ut its height it was
discovered that the cur of one of the
guests, I.loyil l4incc, was missing,
hut investigation revealed the fact
'that n practical joker had released
the luake nud allowed th ear to fol
low its own inclination for about two
or three blocks down into town.
The cement plant has resumed op-
TNtinus now that the weather has
become settled, and a partial force
ot what will soon he needed are in
dustriously bringing forth the sub
stance which, when a finished prod
uct, will he one of the best nilvcitiscrx
for Hold Hill, as we expert this ma
terial In he sent to all mrts of the
The gardens are green, Ihe prHinn
of fruit trees is in progress and ev
ery one is busy n spuing ioileis
The St. I 'at rick's tea at the home
of Mrs. S. T. Hodges, given hv the
Uulies' Aid Mieiety, was a decided
success, a many fairies from all
lails of town called (luring the ic
The meetings at the church, con
ducted h Mr-. I.ctitia While Owen,
continue Ito dr.iu the pctiple, and
imu'li iiifcrc-1 i- iiiiiinti -t.
COLD. BAD BREATH
llesl for Liter and llovuds, fur llll-
loiisuefts, Sour Sloiuaeli ami
Clot a ten cent box now.
Furred tongue, bad colds, lnillue
tlou, sallow skin and mlforaUlo head,
aches eomo from a torpid liver and
dogged bowols, which oause your
stomaoh to become filled with uudi
KiMtod food, whleh sours and fer
ments Hho narbugo In a swill barrel.
That's the first step to untold nils
ory indldoetion, foul gases, bad
breath, yellow skin, mental fears,
ever) thing that Is horrible and nau
soatlnj. A Caeearet tonight will give
yoar eonstiuatel bowels a thorough
cleansing and stralnhten you out by
moralug. They work while you
sleeu 10-eoBt box from your drug
gist will keep you feeliHg good for
months. MtUiaiu at men and women
take a Caaearet now and then to keep
their stomach, liver and bowels regu
lated, and never know- a miserable
moment. Dea't forget the children
their little laeldM need a good,
gentle cleansing loo. 4dv. o
"n.ugu uie piece.
1 ii tins week n l mingle star com
bination the Trianvle-Keystoiio com
edy of fern more than I he usual op
portunity for promotion, ltnymond
Iliteheoek, favorite ooniedian of the
1'iiileil StutoH, showod in "My Valet"
what he eoulil do when traimferred
from llu Witinu.l.. in ilw. tnniinn nic
Oloim Coleman, of Talent, was
In town Saturday looking over tho
political situation. Mr. Culomau Ih a
candidate for assessor on the repub
-Mrs. F. 0. Smith and Mrs. Lewis
Ulrlch were the guests or Mrs. Louis
Hrown, of Talent, Monday.
Mrs. Charles Nuiian spent Thurs
day afternoon In Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. Luko Ityan wore ro
cont visitors from Medford.
The following Jacksonville Initios
ununited the oriental ton at Medford
Tuesday afternoen: Mrs. II. II. Sar
gent, Mrs. .1. V. Itnblnson. Mrs. F.
C. Smith, Mm. Ouy Harper, Mlssos
Poland lloblnsou, Mollie Ilcltt and
Mr. and Mrs. ltd. Mabnney, who
have resided In Jacksonville for tho
past Uo yware, havo moved to Ash
land. Mm. Illalne ICIum. Mrs. Mlldrod
Klum and Miss Uura Trelehler, of
Mmirord, spent Tliursday afternoon
at tho homo or Mrs. Lewis Ulrlch.
Frank Ryan nud fnmlly arrived
from Colorado Sunday and are visit
ing nt the home or Mrs. Laura Ityan.
llollls Parks, of Iliincom, trans
acted busluoss In town Frldny.
Mrs. Amelia .Schmidt, of Medford,
spent Tiicbdnj nlghi at the homo of
her sister, Mrs T ,1 Kennev
Mr and Mrn 11 M Collins were
ASK FOR and GET
Chesp substitutes cost YOU earns price. J
INSIST ON HOME PRODUCTS
THESE GOODS ARE MADE IN THE ROGUE RIVER VALLEY KEEP THE MONEY AT HOME
MEDFORD ROLLER MILLS
H. 0. Nordwick, Prop. Phono 507
Don't Let the Grass
Grow Under Your Feet
but come and sea for younutlf the
qualit) and vs'lue of the mill work
that we are offering. We never rest
Id on refforU to give you the best
mill work at a price that will com
pete with that charged for ordinary
qualities. In Justice to yourself you
should eertalnl) see our lateat effort
in this direction.
MEDFORD SASH & DOOR CO.
v ' mi pitMMf 'rsl 1.
untmy C R. tfafMin, trt Aatiland,
rflOrm liiilft - nl Ihr MTNrf
ho'iM' oho tla thi fk
Mr lolin Ininiilnutnn ss ft Mul
f-r.l vlsltr ilurin lii wwk
i.or)( Hrftmiu-r iffi for Itttr.
i 'iiu' on d last week whoTH He
U'km nrwl itiIoymn.
Tiie Monihern OrnfBH Trnetjwi
iniam has wartwl a powtlw lumso
nrnr fiie nd of thHr ear lino and
mil handle powder In tne future,
thr first ar load havlHg arrived yea-tcrd.t
ALONG ROGUE RIVER
Ml--.- Mia llannnh returned homo
from Medford Saturday.
Dave 1'cnco was dragging the road
between tho mud holes this week.
Among tho visitors nt tho J. C.
j Hannah ranch Sunday were: Mr. and
Mrs Jasper llannaii, Mr. ami .Mrs.
Thomas Ilaluey, Mr. and Mrs. Tim
Dally, Mrs. W. Houston, Mra. George
Fry, Kvorott Hannah, .Mlssos Ora
Hnlney, Odessa and Velum llannnh,
(liven Houston nnd Velma Fry.
Ono of A. McCnbo'a cows present
ed him with some fine twin calves
Mrs. Henry French took dinner
with Mrs. John Smith or Kagle Point
Stella Conover nnd llatlo Johnson
aro attending tho Uccco Creek school.
frho farmers along tho river aro
glad to see tho rain but tho sticky
farmers do not look so pleased as tho
ground was Just getting dry enough
Mrs. T. Ilnluny and Miss Ora woro
Central Point visitors part ot tho
Tho county court was up the river
Charlos Skynnnn Is nt Phoenix
under the doctor'n care.
Idoyd Fronoh called on his grand
father, Perry Foster, Thursday ovon
Ing. Harry Skyrmnn and sister, MIrs
Clara, camo up from Central Point
nnd are spending n few days with
than a generation ago but arc they
stronger? That's a grave cutestion.
So many pinched faces, dulled eyes
and languid feelings make us wonder
if ihey will ever grow into robust,
hcnltliy men nnd women.
If your children cntth colds easily,
aro tired when rising, lack healthy
color, or find studies difficult, give
them Scott's I'niulsion for one month
to enrich their blood and restore the
body-forces to healthy action.'
Scott's Emulsion is used in private
schools. It is not a "patent medicine",
simply n highly conccntrnteu oll-looa,
without alcohol or harmful drugs. It i
cannot harm; it Improves blood; it bene- ,
fits lungs and strengthens the svfttrm
Your druggUt has it - refuse substitutes.
Scolt k Jlowut II! infield N J U-U I
Medford Fish & Poultry Co.
111 W ONK llAU Ol'
Rogue Spray Flour
and compare tho bread, pastn. cakes,
etc, nu make Willi tho products of
any other flour and we'll warrant
that you will bo loath to say that
there's any flour Just as good" as
Houwwlvos who know buy Uokiio
Spray Klour bocaiiHi- It Is oua of the
flnost flours obtaluablo.
Try It. i
WAHIIINOTO.N. March J" . M.
teon hHHrfred tons of churry pits, now '
a source oi annoyance ana expense
to euiiHorlee, can be made to vtrld
two rahwhln Mla and ahM a meal for
feeding cattle, according to special
ists of tho V. S. department of agrl
cnlturo. In addition ier.,000 gallons
of cherry Julre now wasted in seed
ing chorrlea can be turned Into desir
able Jelly nnd sirup, or even Into al
cohol. A saving of these valuable
by-products from cherry canning mat
innko possible the domestic manufnc
turo of aulMtltutos for almond oil
and bitter almond oil, now Import
oil, and at the same time establish a
now Industry In tho cherry parkiiiR
districts ot the North Atlantic, North
Contral nud Western States.
Tho specialists, however, have not
jet carried tholr work to a point
whoro they can say that tho con
verting of this Julco nnd tho chcrrv
pits would bo a profitable side In
dustry for tho ordlnnry or smaller
cannery. In ensoa where a number
ot ennnora are operating within n
Little Thelma Salter
. j i a "vr.
USE THE PRODUCTS OF
Rogue River Valley
The Best Made
Help Home Industry.
Try Loganberry Juice and Sherbets i
at the fountains and Ice ere parlors.
OIL AND WATER
Oo to J. A. SMITH
128 N. Grape St.
t fnnnnUr rittne of mif unnlliT,
fit pwlSM tHtnmT. Iisllrvs IhHl
fh wanfe prod nets fitnld tm sent In
elttffit eao.rils t.r othr f.trtfif
at smell at nnd thre iilllld In ad
trnifego. aHndlr hoer, nrs iirM
carried H In determlnw wnefhflf
mcsiiM rtm.ntu h dvmfit for mnktna
these waete produrts jirofliahl also
when IwHdled on n small srnl
Mom time ago there was similar
Investigation of Ihe use of pach and
aprlrnt pita far making oil and meat,
and a commercial Mttrprls has bean
, ....i.H.hml in r.llfnmU for daallna
with these products Th Depart-
The Best at Any Price
No other baking
powder will raise
nicer, lighter bis
cuits, cakes and
pastry, none is more
pure and wholesome
MEDFORD 'S LEADING Xt
Motion Picture Theater
Mat 10c Eve 15c. Children 10c B
It answers the question that hundreds of
Medford wives are asking today
Shall 1 try to hold my
It deals with the su.
an original, startling
Thomas II. Inco hns shown hi
lions and mnuuor of llfo In tho H
ICach Interior scono realistically di
Mlsa IJoan wonrs somo runl Parhj ,
tuniPd butterfly. '' '
I bH saKsBBsaSRiaMaaBttalSHHHiaVht'fliVKaUiaVJilBiatt
To Get a Trade or Profcssoin
A bo that Is tauaht to save bis money will raraly bo a
bad matt or a failure Kronomy Is near to tho kystono
of character and sucoa tho man who aavoa will rlso In
his trade or profession steadily; this la inevitable Let
this bank take tare of your savings nnd pay you four jior
cont for tho privilege
OVER C2 VtiAOG UNDER ONB MANACCMCNf
They Reach the People
Ask Your Grocer and Butcher
? re .dSSSSk. Wre
mM hn pih(ihs.) (i iiiti(fiH on tfil
nhjt imd awtf on duntfirf with
b ittlMMHfffl st ffMH Mrml front
fhfi ihiI raletn lndniir Ifl wtm
found thai many fnns M raisin td
had eonM-rnfli fruit adhennit t
them whlih roH1 feadllr b lurnotl
Into a very deeirahla raleln lru for
(we ne of eonflers nnd otfiofis.
After fhte palp had been usrtl It wns
fonml thf an oil usHfnl in tho aria
ponld tirnntabls h presaod from the
seed, nnd experiment are ttitden way
to determine whether the emsbod
sted could not be used to advantage
in feeding stork.
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Patroni.o tho institution
that maintains tho Largest
Payroll in Hertford.
frho Best Equipped Job
Plant in Oregon outsido of