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About The Medford mail. (Medford, Or.) 1893-1909 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1896)
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Last week the whisper was going
around that H. G. Nicholson, all the
same Hon.ce, and H. E. Boyden had
purchased Messrs. Kama & Gilkey's
stock of hardware. The whisper said
that which was correct, but for good
reasons nothing was said of it last week.
Possession is to be taken September
first. The people hereabouts are well
acquainted with Mr. N'cholson all
know him to be a thoroughly good fel
3ow, honest in every respect, a cracking
rood merchant and understands the
hardware business in every detail. Mr.
Boyden is from Illinois, has been in
Medford just a year and is one of the
very best citizens we have. He is well
versed in the hardware business and is
a good tinsmith. He is one of those
clever fellows whom everybody sort o'
likes to have around. The Mail is
pleased because that he has decided to
remain with us. While the incoming
firm is a good one it cannot be better
than the outgoing one. If ever there
were two honorable, upright citizens
in this town those two are W. T. Kara
and H. L. Gilkey. They will not, how
ever, leave our midst, which is good
learn, have decide! to move to Calif
ornia. Mr. Green will build on his
Surchase provided be disposes of his
street property and Mr, Williams is
also figuring on building.
Delicate articles, such as edgings,
ruchings, laces, and gossamer will
not stand much rubbing. Soap Foam
Washing Powder cleans them per
fectly without damage or trouble.
Lumsden & Berlin.
-The much talked of Sells Bros, and
Forepaugh's circus passed through
Medford Sunday evening in three
trains pulled by seven locomotives.
There were forty-seven cars in all and
the whole outfit stopped three hours
in Ashland in order that the animals
might be fed and watered. A "cook
tent" was stretched and supper was
prepared for the men nearly five hun
dred who were connected with the
show. It is said that about as much
fun was had in watching the "feeding
operations" as at a prrformance of the
circus. It was much larger than any
which has passed through the valley.
A numbar of Medford people drove to
Ashland to see what was to be seen
during their short stay there.
A new invoice of sailor hats just
received at Mrs. Sears' store at the
The rumor, to the effect that the
for the town., and we hope for them,
Mr. Kame expects to engage in mining firm of Reames, White & Co., of Jack-
hereabouts and Mr. Gilkey, after a
business trip to Washington, will re
turn and undoubtedly enter some line
of business in the city.
Leave vour order at the Medford
gallery on North B street for all kinds
of photographic work. Jfortraits,
groups, views and copying. Enlarge
ments in crayon, water color, pastels
and India ink. ranging in price irom
$3 to $100. H. L. Miser, photographer.
P. S. Envart. in company with a
fishing- partv from Medford. was down
on Rogue river one day last week and if
we are not much mistaken from the
tone of voice sent out by the on-iookers
he came very nearly casting anchor for
keeps in the depth oi Kogue river
water. He and Mr. Pletcher, the doc
tor's brother, were out in a row boat.
nn where the raoids are thick, and de-
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the bridge, Tne current neaaca ineir
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drops perpendicular and JP I frA yranta some one with a little money I better than he. Tnk Mail has pic-
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plish the desired end and they began a and u tney snow up an r.gus of gun and bicycle repairing at the low
isnrA.iQ rrsmne- for overhauging veioper tu pay t,uc p . - est possible price, unas. rerauo.
sonyille, was going to dissolve and that
Mr. White would draw out, and, in
company with Ex-County Clerk N. A.
Jacobs, would open a general merchan
dise store in Medford, is not authenti
cated to any great extent. The report
further said that these parties nad
leased County Treasurer Lindley 8 now
brick building for store purposes, but
upon questioning Mr. Lindley Wed
nesday morning regarding the matter
a Mail reporter was told that he
(Lindley) knew nothing of such a deal
being on foot in fact was quite positive
that they had not leased his building.
Wanted. All girls to know that
"Hoe Cake" will not make their hands
red like common soap. Save the wrap
pers. They are worth a cent apiece.
Lumsden & Berlin.
M. Swanson. living about five
miles east of Medford. has found fine
croppings of coal in various parts of
nis rancn ana in some oi lueso ki-vu-
atldn by the board and this for only
twenty-five cords, but conditioned that
Mr. Ulrich make it seventy-five cords
the contract was awarded.
Mrs. Sears will be in San Francisco
for a couple of weeks buying millinery
and her business will be attended to by
Mrs. Webb at the Racket.
A complete but most agreeable sur
prise to the family of Rev. Mr. Crutch
field Tuesday night, was given by a
numerous company of friends and mem
bers of the church, calling with gifts
and kind words and pleasant smiles.
They'took up the evening in cheery
talk, innocent amusements and songs.
After prayers, in whieh all joined for
the recovery of Sister Ish, the happy
hearted company said "good night."
Poultry wanted W. J. Sturges,
cash buyer, headquarters at Meeker &
Geo. E. Webber is not a very large
man himself, but be grows plums that
are not quite as large as he is, but
they stretch the tape out to a distance
of seven and one-fourth inches in clr
cumfrence. They are the Bradshaw
variety. He has not an especially
large amount of fruit this year but they
are all beauties. His place is on the
west bank of Bear creek, near Dee
Roberts' home, in Medford.
Bee Hive baking powder is all
rigbtand with it goes a good bit of
crockery. Davis, the grocer, sells it
also sells the very freshest and best of
John Morris, tho second hand
dealer, has been dabbling in real estate
again this week. He has purchased
the Frank Tryer place, out on North
C street, from Bert Childers, for $550.
He has also sold to G. E. Trask a resi
dence lot, corner H and Tenth streets.
Upon the lot Mr. Morns has contracted
to build a 14x24 loot cottage, to be put
up at once. The price paid, including
building, was &i5U.
Rolled barley lor sale, rolled on
"smooth rolls." Custom rolling done
on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Mediord
Brewery and Ice.Works.
Geo. S. Parker, who has so ably
served The Mail for the past three
months in the capacity of reporter, is
now taking a lay-off for a few weeks
George is a very clever writer and
there are few It any who grasp tbe
Sheriff Barnes gives official notice,
elsewhere in these columns, that on
Monday, Sept. 28th, he will commence
levying upon the real property of de
J. J. Brophy has moved his family
down from Prospect and is at present
stopping with Mrs. Brophy's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. McAndrews.
-A. L. Williams and E. S. Moore,
two Prospect ranchers, have final proof
notices elsewhere in the columns.
--Vowele & Fallls, the pump manu
facturers, are erecting a barn on their
West Seventh street property.
A. M. Woodford, the produce man.
shipped a carload of baled hay to
Grants Pass Monday,
Miss Alta Naylor, we regret to
learn, is seriously ill at her father's
home on Griffin creek.
W. Eaton has opened a wagon re
pair shop in the livery barn at the rear
of the Western hotel.
The Medford publlo schools will
open one week from next Monday, Sep
Jas Bates' cottage is about com
pleted and will soon be ready for occu
Are You Tired
All the time? Then your blood needs
to be enriched and purified by Hood's
Sarsaparilla, the one true blood puri
fier. It gives vigor and vitality.
vigorous grasping for overhauging
branches along tne Danss. iois, vuu,
nrnved fruitless of eood results and as
the boat was about to make a leap over
the precipice its occupants made a dash
tnr firmer footing and found it on the
bottom of the river where flowed about
aixfeetof as cold mountain water as
cpr name from snow capped peaks.
They reached the bank in safety but
'both immediately proceeded to make a
vow that they would never again go
fishing on Sun or, well, any day of the
week when the waters were turouient
There's more clothing destroyed
tt nnnr soan than bv actual wear. "Hoe
r!aV" snan contains no free alkali and
will not injure the finest lace. Try it
and notice the difference in quality
Lumsden & Berlin
A Demorest medal contest will be
the especially interesting fea-
ma nt entertainment for next week
The date decided upon is Tuesday
September 1st. This enter
tainment is to be given by the young
ladies of the M. E- Sunday school and
of his farm
and take it, or if the coal don't show up
pood he can Quit any time ne is sauauea
SUCh 13 the case, anouia anyone nuw
to see Mr. S. they will find him always
If dull, spiritless and stupid; if
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your Diooa is ioick ana siujfgiau, i
vour aDDetite is capricious anu um.-wr-
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tain, you neea a sarsapariua. rur rai
results take ue w lit s. n recommeuus
tself. Geo. H. Haskins, druggist.
It is given out, not positive, how
ever, but quite prooaoie, inak v. a.
Rostel, next spring, win put up a two
story brick block on his three lots on
North D street, between the Turf Ex
nhnncresalnon and Crane's livery stable.
The recent purchase, by Mr. Rosiel, of
the Higgins property would seem to
tend in the direction of an object with a
brick structure a3 its termination. The
nriee paid for the Higgins property
was $U. II Mr. KOStei sauuiu jiencv
these arrangements it will make a good
starter for next year s improvements.
Oregi Kidney tea physicians
I Gentlemen I
Do You Inocu
THE Pr'k'fvf,, Has added a line of the Cele- f(
"vwwi, brated McDonald working pants ft
to their already large stock of men's furnishing goods Every
one wearing the McDonald shirts can testify to their excellence,
and the same can be said of their cheap working pants ...
We have also received new goods this week in the following
lines: Table oil cloth, stationery, telescopes and club satchels,
jewelry, ribbons, hosiery, etc., which may be bad at prices that
defy competition ....
We respecfully invite people from
examine our stock and get prices ....
a distance to call and
Q. L. WEBB, Raqueter
Hood's pills are easy to take, easy to
operate. Cure indigestion, billious-
noss. St cents.
Died flatthew Preston Phlpps.
Last week these columns told of the
serious illness of Mr. M. P. Phipps.
This week we are called upon to chroni
cle the death of this pioneer and worthy
citizen, which occurred at his farm
home, cast of Mediord, on iuesday
evening of this week.
Mr. Phipps came to Jackson county
away back in trie nl ties an l nas since
been a constant resident. During
these years he has reared quite a large
family and has gathered about him
muoh of the world s chattels. He was
born in Owens county, Indiana, in 1S43.
A more extended biography will un
doubtedly appear in these columns
Funeral services were held at the
farm residence yesterday forenoon.
Nearly a Fatal Shot.
will be at the church. The costest will prescribe it, druggists recommend It
ha hotveen six vounz ladles oi tne
Sunday school, all of whom are now
uhwilinr themselves for the test and
for the medal and they are becoming
quite - proficient in their recitals.
Aside from these six recitations there
m K rendered plenty of good music.
both vocal and Instrumental. These
medal contests are always of a most in-
and the thoussnds who have used it
testifiv to its wonderful remedial
virtues. Sold by Chas. Strang, drug
Mrs:-J: H.- Wilson and her daugh-
toraTAuraandGarnettand son, Melvm,
tocrether with Noah Lyon, left Medford
last week lor urescent tuy were w re
main for a month or six weeks. The
tAf-eati acr nature because of the great I . ia mnAa nrincloallv in hopes of im-
efforts put forth by those competing provinSr Mrs. Wilson's health, which
each hoping to win. There will be a ha8 not been the best during the past
small admission of fifteen cents charged, fewmonths. J. J. Owing, of Crescent
tnr aiinlts: and ten cents for children, nttv whn has been visiting here some
Tho nMinlA of this church have decided uvnri weeks, returned with them. Mr
that they ought to have a parsonage owing was formerly a photographer in
tnr their minister and it 'is for this pur- I Medford the first one Medford ever
pose that an effort to get a few dollars nal ond 'twas several years ago.
dtoH) SeLv1hlnWielse you
J .-,. k o rnvi nn and more good than anything else you
TOMiirouum- - --77, can nosslbiv take. Sold by Chas.
r.0yv",-"rn; their roiect. Strang, druggist.
Ill aUU Li CI L tuvui wmw-.- r i --- . . .
The contest will commence at 8 o'clock The ice cream social given at the
last Friday evening, by
V' 4... i. wh aide the Junior Union, of the Baptist
mauj . - --. - y-T nhnrpl, wa3 one of the most successful
beadacne, P'" in Medford. Their
stomach troubles. . ?e W tt 3 Ut e o. i j k exhausted in
l7""m""u.Mn of time that those
tor overcoming .ucu were BurDri8ed at the result
H. liaskins, uruggisw - nroceeds of the evening, outside
There was a time of merry making of alj expenses, were a little over $15,
out at the residence of Lorentz Demer, wnicn ia con9idered unusually large
Wednesday of this week, tne occasion
bein2 the marriage of his daughter,
Miss Theresa, to Mr. Paul Bruckner.
Rev. A. S. Foster was the gentleman
whnae haonv lot it was to pronounce
the ceremony which united for life this
wnrthv couole. After the ceremony
which was witnessed by a goodly number
of relatives an friends, the company was
at. tables spread witn an tne
of life which eive to us suste
nance and make3 life worth living for
. Kottor cnrenA nf edibles never graced
the tables of kings. After a couple of
mnntha' stav in San Francisco the
hannv" couole will go to Roseburg
where they will make their future
home. The bride was handsomely
rooBed in brocaded navy blue silk,
long white veil and orange blossoms,
and carried a handsome bouquet of
roses. The groom was dressed m regu
lation black. The good wishes of lots
of good friends are given this young
couple and a hope for success and hap
Leostine's great poem ''The Lost
Tablets," may be had at Webb's Racket
15 cents each.
If J. S. Hagey, the east side land
owner, isn't doing business these times
there isn't anyone. Aside from the
work incident to the erection of a fine
house for himself he i3 buying and
selling real estate. Last week he pur
Mm Rnt.ler's place, which ad
joins his property on the east, together
l .i, t n .1 : . V, .nftn nnnRinera-
VV llil ail uuuuiugs
tion, 630. He sold, about the same
time, an acre lot In his Cottage Home
eAMtinn ts, A. P. Green, the painter.
consideration, $200; and another lot of
n ami a half acres to Contractor G.
tt WilHamn rinu&ideratlon. $300. Mr
TTarov will move the Butler residence
back onto a lot In his Cottage Home
aiMitinn. Mrs. B. and her. son, as we
nnnainerincr the brief time given to
advertise it and in its preparation.
Won't "vellow the clothes" is what
thev av about Soap roam wasning
Powder. Ijumsden & uerun.
If Dr. Geary continues to add to
and improve his fine beventh street
residence the time is not far distant
when he will be compelled to purchase
mnre oround OD Which tO DU11U. tie
now has men at work building a back
ntairwav and enlarging his dining
room, besides other minor improve
The doctor unquestionably
has one of the prettiest homes in the
Rogue river valley, and is continually
Improving it every time uuiuS wu
venience and beauty.
Atn T. Davis' crocerv store will
oiarovahe found a fine assortment of
fruits of all varieties,
Report comes from up Prospect
wav that some certain individual is
making himself anything but an object
upon which the neighbors find it a
pleasure to cover deep with bouquets
and this i? brought about by his putting
ungates on bridges wnicn ieaa io
large blackberry patch. The bridges
nrern hill t DV some Ol IDO OHKiio"
because of this Is where the unpleasant
ness drops in. The road upon wnicu
the hridce are locatca ICIIU inwj m
Trnannss notices, printed on cloth.
for sale at five cents each at The Mail
Wm. TTlrich. for the Southern
Oregon Pork Packing company, has
been awarded a contract for furnishing
qa v en tv.fi v A enrds of wood for the town
of Medford. The price paid la $2.90
per cord, which is four cents less per
cord than tbe last lot cost. There was
. but the one bid submitted for consider
J. W. and D. T. Lawton, C. C
Chitwood and Dr. and Mrs. E. B.
Pickel. returned Friday from their
Crater lake trip. They report that
there were anvffav from three to five
hundred people at Crater lake. The
maioritv of them were from Klamath
and Lake counties, who had turned
out in full force to aid in the entertain
ment of the visiting Mazamus.
Soap Foam saves tho btrength for
other duties, and saves the clothes
Lumsden & Berlin.
Soenccr Childers. the brick con
tractor, is particularly full oi lunny
canors these times and the elation he
feels is such as would seem wen mer
ited, since the arrival in his homo last
week of as One a little glr! baoy as any
household can boast of. This being the
first girl in a family of eight children
would seem good grounds for hilarity.
--All kinds of wood for sale. Long
wood, short wood, hard wood, soil
wood and just plain wood. Bellinger
& Hill, dravmen.
An outin? party left Pboenlx Mon
day for Crater lake, Ptlican bay and
the huckleberry patch. Those of the
crowd were Mrs. M. E, Hamlin, Misses
Louie Ed sail, Lena Hamlin, Mary and
Lettie SUncliff. Messrs. E. W. Carver,
Walter SUncliff and Ed Hamlin. They
were joined by a large party from
Ask Lumsden & Berlin for "Hoe
Last week we said that Mayor Has
kins would move to tbe residence now
nccunied bv Mr. Medvnskl. That was
decidely incorrect. He will move the
aforesaid residence to the site now oc
cupied bv bis old residence and the old
one to where now sianus tne new one
just changing 'em around, thats all.
Watches cleaned and warranted (or
one year for $1 Pritchard, the joweler
Died In Medford. on Tuesday,
August, 25, Wm. Caldwell, son of Mrs.
M. Caldwell, ased about eighteen years
Funeral services were held Wednesday
afternoon. The young man came nome
from Harnev county In June and was
at that time scarcely able to sit up. His
malady was consumption.
Saw-mill for rent, seven miles east
of Medford. W. W. Taylor.
Jas. Hoffman, he who did deputy
assessing in this county under Assessor
Wooldridffe. was in weaioro iuonuay.
He has been doing a good bit of this
same kind of work for Assessor Klippel
over in the Applegate country, but is
now engaged in the same line here
Excelsior Dye works, Medford
clothes cleaned, dyed and repaired.
Everybody is saying pretty things
for the front County Treasuror Lindley
is putting into his new brick store
building. It will bo one of the prettiest
and most substantial in the city and
the only one with cut stone trimmings.
Parker & Higgins keep melons on
ice always cool always delicious.
Frank Stevens: "I wish you would
say that at Silver camp, four miles
above Union creek, on the Crater lake
road, travelers can get good timoiny
hav at one cent nor pound."
McDonald cottonade pants at tne
J. H. Bellinger has moved to the
Judge Walton residence, corner North
D and r ourtn streets. nai is vorjr
pleasant place and the above household
is to be congratulated,
Wood of all descriptions for sale.
Bellinger & Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Woolf, Mrs. Sim
mons and her nephew, Benj. Curtis,
left Wednesday for the huckleberry
patch on Union croek to be gone about
a week or ten days.
No entrance foe will bo charged ex
hibitors at tbe Central Point fair this
year, but each exhibitor will bo re
quired to purchase a season admission
Rev. Wm. Hart, formerly pastor of
the Episcopal church in Medford, has
located at Lompoo, Calif. His family
joined him at his new home last week.
A nartv consisting of Cashier J. E.
Enyart and Messrs. J. S. Hurd and F.
P. Klntr. two mining mem of Los An
gelos. started out on a short fishing
and hunting trip Saturday evening but
bad the pleasure knocked out of the
trip by what came near being a serious
They camped Saturday evening near
the Byhee bridge, and next morning
after fishing a few hours concluded to
move camp, and while driving along
the road their dogs scared up some
birds and both Hurd and King took
their guns and startod ia persuit, so pa
rating in the brush, and still going up
the river. After going some distaace
Hurd fired at a bird not thinking that
his friend Kin? was near, but no
sooner had the report of bis gun died
away than he was startled by tbe shouts
of King, and on going to bis rescue
found that a good part of the load from
his gun had entered his friend's face
and shoulder. He was auickly taken
to the wacron and brought to Medford
where Dr. Geary was summoned and the
unfortunate man s Injuries dressed, ah
told twenty-three shot entered his face,
but luckily none of them entered his
eyes. Messrs. Hurd ana King are ooia
strangers in this locality, naving oniy
been here a couple of weeks and durln
that time they have made many friends
wbo deeply regret tne occurrence
Death of Otis Frierson.
1GUP.E PS II W ....
You CarCt Reach 'Em...
. Any other way than by selling ....
Good Goods at Low Prices
And giving honest weight. And We Do Just That!
L1SDEH & Bit
0F Last Season's Shoe Sales
Fall very sweetly upon our ears. Those
purchased school shoes of us then are ....
Coming Back Again
This season with words of praise for the shoes we
sold them. Our fall line of men's, womens and
children's shoes will be in soon and we hope you .
will call and look them over. They will be the
best values ever offered in the city"
J. G. Van Dyke & Co. H
Not for a long time has there news
reached Medford which cast a gloom
over so many laces as did mai wnicn
came last Saturday announcing me
death of Mr. Otis Frierson, at Table
Rock, which occurred in the early
morning of that day, August 22.
Mr. t rlerson was unraarriea ana was
born at Knights Landing, California,
November 23, 1S65. He came to jacic
son county in November 1893, accora-
rnied by his mother and sister, Mrs.
C. Pendleton, and the latter's hus
band, and located upon a farm near
Table Rock. He had been in poor
health nearly all his life, prior to com
ing to Oregon, but since his arrival
here his health had greatly improved,
in fact, during the past tew months he
had said to his friends that not until
then did ho fully realise tho valuo of
perfect health. Some few weeks ago
he made a trip to the Althouse mining
district and upon his return, just two
weeks prior to his death, he was taken
ill, and deBpite all efforts of physicians,
relatives and friends he gradually grow
worse but not until a short time before,
his death did his condition appear
alarming. His malady was typhoid
Mr. Frierson was ono of the most
noble young men of that locality and
none there were who knew him who
was not his steadfast friend, lie was
honest and upright in all his dealings
and. best of all and be it forever
credited to his memory ho was nis
mother's treasure and to him thore was
not another name so dear as that of
The funeral services we-e held athis
mother's residence near Table Rook, on
Sunday, August 23, and was attended
bv a verv lartro concourse of sorrowing
neighbors and friends. The services
at the residence were conducted by
Rev. McLean, of Grants Pass, and tne
singing was by the Grants Pass quartet
and local talent Interment was made
in the tlentral Point cemetery and
thAm ihn nervices were conducted by
Rev. Moore, of Jacksonville, and the
! k.. Puntrfil Pnlnt. church
cboir. , , , I
ueceasea leaves a motner anu sisrer
to mourn his early demise, but tho
grief incident to his death is not all
with these near relatives, out as wen
reaches into every home in which tho
young man was acquainted, and while
this grief is widespread the friends are
not forgetful of symputhy and kindly
administrations for those who are near
of kin and whose grief is more keenly
felt. ' -: . '
in TTallov Mnnlt over POStOffice.
nhmnin diseases, and diseases of
women and children a specialty,
Fifty Cents for Wheat.
I will pay fifty centa per bushel for
all wheat delivered to me in payment
of. blacksmithlng accounts. All ac
counts must be paid by September 25th
or they will be put in the hands of an
attorney lor collection.
Notice to Policy Holders.
Any person carrying an endowment
or tontine life insurance policy desiring
to sell or borrow money on same, please
apply to G. L. WEBB,
Since 1S78 there has been nine epi
demics of dvsentery in different parts
of the country in which Cbamberlaln.s
Colic, Cholera and Liiarrnoea ivemeuy
was used with periect success, here
tofore the best efforts of tho most
skilled physicians have failed to check
its ravages, this remedy, nowever, una
riind the most maliguant cases, both
of children and adults, aud under the
most trying conditions, which proves
It to be the best medicine in the world
for bowel complaints, t or sale by oeo.
For Medford Property.
City and Country property in Wash
ington; best dairy section on Pacific
coast: good range; town property will
rent for (rood fitrure. WiU exchange
for residence property in or near Med
ford. Apply lor particulars w onco
of The Mail.
" ' . Notice.
Aristo Platino better than Carbon,
at Mackey's studio, Medford Ore. -
Wants to Trade.
I will trade Medford property either-
acreage, business or resiaeni raw
lumber. r. aungus.
Six weeks ago I suffered with a very
severe cold; was almost unable to speak
My friends all advised me to consult a
physician. Noticing Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy advertised in the St.
Paul Volks Zeitung, I procured a bot
tle, and after taking-it a short while
was entirely well. I now most heartily
recommend this remedy to anyone suf
fering with a eold. Wm. Keil, 57$
Selby Ave., St. Paul, Minn. For sale
by Geo. H. Haskins.
WITHOUT AN EQUAL ...
In Southern Oregon
size of mv stock of ...
And ray prices as of yore ara just a
little lower than any house in .Medford
asks for the same quality of goods ....
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