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    MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUTE, BEDFORD, OREGON, THUS SPAY, STARCH 8, 1934.
PAGE FIVE
BY JIM, PLAN
First Contract, for Alsea
Span to Cost $711,000
Will Be Let April 5 Total
Cost Near $5,102,000
PORTLAND, Marefh B. (AP) All
five of the Oregon coast bridge will
be under construction contract by
i June 7 a the result of action taken
by the state highway co-nralsslon
In special session here last night.
Pinal preparation In the signing of
the $5,102,000 contract with the fed
eral government for the construction
of these spans was going ahead at
Salem today and it was expected the
documents would be en route to the
national capital for the last signa
tures by tonight.
The first of the contracts, that for
i the construction of the bridge across
Alsea bay at an estimated cost of
71 1.000, will be let April 5 If the
federal government by that time has
attached final signatures to the con
tract. In the meantime several high
way meetings will be held to provide
further Information, particularly rela
tive to toll schedules, requested by
the government.
30 Yean to Pay.
The three copies of the contract
were signed by the commissioners
. - mm. than Hrn hours' oerusal
of the 27-page document and- after
the commissioners were satisfied the
terms of the contract were satlsfac
i i. nrnvided that other reve
nue than tolls could be provided by
legislative act lor repayment m
loan In the 30 years' time. The loan
amounts to s4.000.000 and the grant
makes up the balance. Repayment of
the loan would start In 1938 when
the first payment of $100,000 would
fall due.
The second bridge award would be
tv, rnrt nav scan, an estimated
$2,255,053 project, which would he
opened April ao, tne rammiiui:,.
declared. On May 17 the Taqulna
v.. mill be let at an estimated
cost of $1,128,418. while the other
two. those over the Umpqua river av
$537,700 and over the Sluslaw river
at $470,450, would be awarded
June 7,
To Paint Fog Strip.
nf 4n ooo worth of lacquer
pslnt for painting a middle strip
down the main nignways
v,w the members of the com
mission. Commissioner E. B. Aldrlch
of Pendleton declared this expendi
ture was the best Investment in
..ft the state ould make. About
25 per cent of the 29.000 gallons of
paint would Be lor repainting j
.mi. th hulk will be on highways
not yet marked. Three state highway
crews will start work on xnis joo
once.
Th fAmmiceloners ordered cancel
latlon of all special permit for mov
ing materials of over-length and
over-weight on state highways March
31. A more atrlct regulation was or
dered by Chairman Lealle M. Scott
because of abuses. Where materials
In this classification can be hauled
by rail no highway permits will be
granted, he announcea.
Jndces Too Lenient.
Th. Mninilulnnfni last nieht con'
Idered the matter of Judicial offi
cers falling to Invoke penalties for
Tlolatlons of overweight trucks and
trailers when violators are brought
before them by'state police. In most
Instances such cases are aismissen
h rfaflnred. Commissioner Carl O
Washburne of Eugene cited case
from Lane county In which a hay
trailer, overloaded, tipped over and
caused a wreck. The offender was
not penalized by the ludge presiding
th r.nrr. t which state nollce
brought the farmer. It was Indicated
itatutory penalties would be sought.
The next leguiar meeting oi
hlehwflv rnmmlMton Will be held
March 22 when PWA highway projects
will be awarded. Tncse projects wn.
be announced within a few days.
In keeping with the time Drug
nd Toiletries at Cut Prices at JAR-
MIN'S DRUG STORE.
PORTLAND, March 8. (AP) Ore
gon will have 34 CCO camps during
the next six-month period, compared
with 64 last summer, and 39 during
the winter month, according to a
will .lunHtsh tn the Journal today.
mentioning that congressman Pierce
had been so aavisea oy me igtw
service.
The Oregon decrease and a simi
lar decrease In California, the article
said, "Is due almost entirely to plans
for throwing large forces of CCv
workers Into Idaho and western
Montana to eradicate wild currant
bushes In a campaign to control the
white pine blister rust."
Seven Oregon camps will be east of
the Cascades: 27 will be in national
forests, three on private lands, two
In Crater lake park, one In a state
park, and one In a state forest.
HOW WOMEN
CAN WIN MEN
AND MEN WIN
The Favor of Other Men
TTnlaaa tA ntnf n hll ',ilaa flnw At
from your livtir into your boweli, your
food decyi in your boweli. Tnii poltoni
your whole body. Movement set hard and
constipated. Von R?t yrllow tonsil, yel
low pkin. pimples, dull ye. nad breath,
bad ttutc, gas. ditiincs, headache. ou
TWn. an iifftv.lnnk i n foill-ime
Injz. iour-thinking penon. ou hve lot
rour penonal charm. Everybody "i
But don't take salt, mineral wateri,
nil a Urirlv mlla lavativ ranrlitl Or
chewina gum and eTPect them to S"t rid
tf this poison that drstroya your personal
eharm. They can't do It, for they only
move out the tail end of your bowels and
that doesn't take away enoueh of the dt
cared poison, Cosmetic won t hcl
hnl a fro Cni nf VI
fop this demy poison In your bo'
an.
our bile juice w.ll
n vour nowt i.
one mild vegetable mrdiein which tarti
ffree flow of vour bile juice it Carter'
.ittle Urer Pills. No ralomel (merrury)
In Carter , Only fine, mild Tepetabl
-xtrarts. If you wonlrl hrinit nark
ntrintiil rarm In tw ( n men. Itart t
Carter' I.itll Livrr Pills according to
direction toda. 24 at dnifr tore.
Refill "omethlnir Jut a (rood", tot It
maw arm. lnnrn toeth or Scald rectum.
Ak for Curter'a Littl I.k-r Pill by nam
and ftt what you ask for. C191S.CM.Co.
Desperado Slain
INSPIRES POETRY
Ford Bradshaw (above), south
west badman, was shot to death by
deputy sheriff In roadhoua
near Fort Smith, Ark. The desper
ado was slain as he pulled a gun
while being searched. The state
bureau of identification confirmed
hi Identity through fingerprint.
(Associated press Photo)
OREGON'S QUOTA
PORTLAND JUR DUTIES
Seely Hall, former well-known Med
ford man, and one of this city' vet
eran aviators, has been transferred
Again by the United Air Lines, Cbrl
T. Tengwald announced today.
Hall, moved to Seattle. Wash.,
short time ago, has been transferred
from that city to Portland, where he
will represent the lines as maaagcr,
Tengwald stated.
EUGENE LIQUOR STORE
OPENS TO DULL TRADE
EUGENE. March 8 ( AP ) En gene's
state bottle buffet, officially desig
nated store IB, Oregon state liquor
control commission, opened here yes
terday morning.
At S o'clock 11 permits had been
sold and 20 sales of liquor made,
many buying with permits previously
obtained at the Springfield agency.
Members of the Southern Oregon
League of Western Writers, who have
chosen Oregon's Diamond Jubilee as
the inspiration of their writings this
month, are turning out many poems,
urging attendance at the celebration.
One of the most recent was written
by Olive May Cook, in the form of a
letter. It reads:
Dear Sue: I owe a lot of letters,
X should hare written long ago.
But you know how easy It Is
To Just let them go and go.
Now that I have started this,
I hope you'll bear with me.
If I ramble off each line or two
About our Diamond Jubilee.
Since eighteen hundred fifty-nine.
Oregon has been a state, you know.
And the way we're going to celebrate,
Believe me won't be slow.
We are going to have a pageant
That will teach history to you.
And make you wish, I'm sure.
That you lived around here too.
There'll be races, stunts and every
thing. For all visitors to see.
So pack the family baggage, and
Come to the Diamond Jubilee.
Next time I write. 111 tell you more
or tne gossip oaae ana onus.
But now I must get busy and
Drop a line to other friends.
For I dont want a- single one
To ever say to me,
'Tm peeved because you didnt
Invite us to the Jubilee."
p. s. Oh. yes, I Just about forgot-
Start your preparations soon.
For the Jubilee's all set to start
Upon the third of June.
Jublleely yours.
OLIVE MAT COOK.
MOIST INJURED WHEN
NEW LABOR RULE
WASHINGTON, March 8. (;p) The
purchaser of American-made liquor
now has the leiral right to know ex
actly what he Is getting.
Label regulations which became ef
fective yesterday divide whiskey Into
four classes:
1. Straight whiskey; the product
of the same distillery in the same
distilling season.
3. Blended whiskey: a mixture of
straight whiskies or of ethyl alcohol
and at least 30 per cent straight
whiskey by volume.
3. Spirit whiskey; a mixture of
neutral spirits (ethyl alcohol) and at
least five but less thsn 20 per cent
straight whiskey. ,
4. limitation whiskey: any distilled
spirit flavored and colored to imitate
wh Iskey.
Labels must show the sge of
straight whiskey and the age of the
youngest whiskey used in spirit and
blended whiskey. The maximum per
centage of neutral spirits must be
stated.
Gin Is either "distilled" or "com
pounded." but cannot be labeled dou
ble or triple distilled.
Foreign liquor label regulations go
Into effect April 7.
a heavy run of the fish, a salt water
game fish, on their way to fresh water
to spawn. Thousands of striped bass
have been taken by sportsmen during
the laat few days. Most fishermen
were using sardines for bait, but some
declared the fish will strike at almost
anything.
MAN OF MYSTERY TO
Bernard, "the man of mystery," will
present the "magic rabbit" program
at the Phoenix Grange hall Friday
night. March 9, at 8 o'clock, It was
announced yesterday.
The program for the evening will
Include mysteries gathered from many
lands, lncludl "wintertime in
China," "Chang-Ilo ring mystery" and
"Cords of Cairo." i
' A demonstration of mind reading
will also be given, and a weird escape
by the magician from an airtight
steel barrel. The publla is invited to
the performance and to Inspect the
equipment to be used by the ma
gician. Dance at Rogue Elk Saturday, i
March IT.
Phone 84a. We will haul away your
refuse. City Sanitary Service.
Safe: Son -Poison on i
GERMICIDE
For feminine Hygiene.
Aik Vour Doctor.
SMUDGE OIL
NEW DELIVERY SERVICE
We have pump srvlcs and ran At
llrrr up to 2S.000 gallons of
SMUDGE OIL dally. Let ua figure
with yon on your 8MI DOE OIL
requirement for thl aason.
F. E. SAMSON CO.
Phone 833. 229 N. Riverside
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PITTSBURG, Kans.. Msrch 7. fP) ;
Charged wlt,h obtaining money by ,
fraud, Arthur E. Trott, 62. of La
Grande, Ore., who calls himself the
"Second Messiah," was arrested here
last night.
Police charge that Trott drugged
several Prontenac residents laat
month and obtained money and val
uables from the victims as he held
them helpless for a week. He had
been the object of a wide search by
county officers. i
v it wrto-hf nr Tar Angeles Is re
ceiving treatment In this city for in
juries received Tuesday nignt, wnen
his car overturned on the Jacksonville
Ruch highway about 9:15 o'clock. The
extent of his injuries was not known
today.
State police were summoned to the
L.n that nnwk hv T.. H.
McQulre. superintendent of the Apple-
gate tuu camp, wno aiscuverca me
car overturned on an embankment,
with the lights still on. The police
arrived there about 11:15 o'clock and
vie told bv Wrieht that another car
'crowded him off the road.
BULLITT SEES NO WAR
THREATENING FAR EAST
MOSCOW, March 7. (TP) William
C. Bullitt, first United States ambas
sador to Soviet Russia, returned to
the capital today convinced that
there will be no war In the far eaBt
and that if America expects to get
many commercial orders from the
soviet, her purchaaea here will have
to be Increased.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 8. (P)
Sportsmen and fish and game com
mission officials reported today that
the greatest run of striped bass In
many years is on In San Francisco
bay.
Sheriff Walter Sellmer of Marin
county, fish and game warden for
14 years, said he had never seen such
Tired.. Nervous
1 -5 Wife
EL. VTJ
Igylwli ml
Wins Back
Pep I
were noothed.
She banished th.it I
) "dead tired" Icel- ,
Ina Wftti new vraith
!ul colorrestful nights, active days all be
cause she rid her system of bowel-rln(jging
vitality, nh iarj
the mild, safe, all-
' wastes that were Rapping her vitalit
I .ets ((Nature s nemeuyj
In keeping with the times Drugs
and Toiletries at Cut Prices at JAR
MIN'S DRUG STORE.
I vegetable laxative worked the transformation.
pells.
I Try it lor constipation. Biliousness, ncao
I acnes, aizcyspeu
colds, bee how n
In keeping with the times Drugs
end Toiletries at Cut Prices at JAS
MIN'S DRUG STORE.
-ri a AC" Quick relief for aadirrfwes
TUMS Uon. heartburn. Only l0c.
freshed you feel.
At all druggists'
25 cents.
There U a premium on old
We Buy Old Gold
Do not ell your n' golfl to
strenjers. He hold a I1. 8. OoVt
llrenr t
"jewelers
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Wires.-AndNot to Use
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Savings for Fri. Sat. and Men., Mar. 9, 10, 12
SALMON GRAPEFRUIT FRUIT SALAD
No. 10 can
Bosedale Alaska, Medium
Red.
No. 1 oan ...
Catsup
Beer
Honr.T Suckle o IE?
, nm IOC
B-oz. Battle
3 Btu25c
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P' LT5 .. folilen Tlntr) Lb. rjp
nutDutter ,,n oroun5jr zoc
M.ii Cottage Brand ml I
ilk Tall Can. Can OV2C
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alad Uil m Bulk. ol ..oifc
T .1 The Stvedlih
XVyetalC Health Bread. LI
Marshmallows ET
15c No. 2 can ...
Libby's Fancy Quality.
15c
Newhall Brand. Mixed
Fruits. No. 1 can.
...35c
w cans
Ll 1 Golden Bantam A
lbbysLom no. ten. ic
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Crown Quality lb
Crackers vtiZZttei 2 25 c
Mustard R,nCro" ct."jrl9c
Tour Choice. Solldn no
OmatOeS Pacl1' N' 2 cancansoC
Edwards Green 4 Q
H lb. cellophane Pkf . 1 if C
Febco Tree Lf. SV4
SUGAR
13c pura oane Powdered or PariCakeFloUT
uoiaen u aieaium .Brown,
3 iug 1 9C Syrup
Tea
ApnCOtS Ripened Can ...IDC
Blue Seal No. Bin'
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Maximum
Cane A Maple " OC
Pif 25c
I Pound Packty
Top Quality Coffee in i I
Flavor-Protected Package. M
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i Macaroni cnt M.aroni. 5 Lb. . l y c
Fanoy Seediest
Fresh Stock.
Small White or
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Raisins
Beans
Fig Bars
Porter Fancy
ODaghettl Quality Colled
r Spailiettt
3 Lb. 19c
7 Lb. 3 1 c
Fresh Shipment
Whit or Whole 0,t t 91.
Wheat " 0-S3C
11b cello
baf
15c
57c
CLEANSER Shortening
Swift ' Jewrl a f t
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3 cans ...13c caking ooda wn, p.y oih. b.dc 3 BAM c
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Rhubarb
Asparagus
New Peas
Fanry Southern
Spring Tonic.
Green, Tender
and Appetlzlnf,
fresh
and Tender
2 Lb.. 13c
2,b, 15c
2 Lb... 17c
Bananas
Oranges
Artichokes
(lotden Velio
Fruit.
Rose Brand)
Best of the Season)
l,f. Site
Fresh and
Crisp
2 Lb.. . 9c
33c
49c
Best Foods Salad Dressing quart jar 29c
SWIFT'S
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IN HALF POUND
CELLOPHANE
PACKAGES
EACH
10"
Swift's Vegetable
Lean and Tender
SHORTENING
BOILING MEAT
GROUND ROUND STEAK
BACON BACKS Eastern Sugar Cured
HENS Fine For Boiling or Fricassee
MAYONNAISE In Bulk, Highest Quality
4 lbs. 33c
lb. 5c
2 lbs. 25c
lb. 16iic
lb. 172C
Pint 19c
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