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Thursday, May 27, 1943
SOUTHERN OREGON MINER
DR. TEMPLE PASSES AWAY
, at Talent. Dr. Temple was called
l'r. ’ IU1
, ‘! . Mrs. G. W Bruce had to the luinil beyond last Tuesday,
as their house guests over the and Mia. Temple came for the
wet,k end Mrs ThomM K Tvinp|e funeral service al Medford on
and her brother, William Young Monday morning They have many
Mia. Temple Is Uie widow of Dr friendy here.
Thomas K. Temple who at one
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See us now for Automobile
time wum pastor of the Methodiat
Church in Medford, and following Liability insurance.
his retirement supplied the church Mrs. M. T. Burns—on the Plum.
i ford Phe Reverenti R. W Cole-
MRS. GLKNN AUTENDM
IL AT MEDI'« »lil>
Mrs. Bayo.me OJenn, Ashland I man. red ring chairman of the
USO director. met
thè Rogne slon concerned with matters cf
Volley COord'nai'ng Council May recreativ'i. of in’eieit t > noldiera
I SO ,it the Outn'st. m Mcd- and civilians.
FRIDAY AND MAT! RDAY
Friday and Saturday
PLANNING ISN’T NEW
HE way a lot of people are talking these day», you’d
think planning is something new.
But anybody who’» ever run a farm or a factory know»
that if you don’t plan, you can’t get the most out of
what you have to work with.
To plan properly, the farmer ha» to know about crop»,
»oils, seasons, tools, and stock; and the man operating a
factory has to know about machine», markets, science,
Yet for all this specialized knowledge which each of
these activities requires, the managers of both farm and
factory have much in common in their planning. They
have the same problems — to mention a few—of em
ployment and taxes, of costs and a fair profit, of setting
aside reserves for a “rainy day."
And they have the same objective in their planning
■—to do everything they can for their country today,
and, tomorrow, to make a fair living through greater
service to their fellow Americans. Central Electric Com
pany, Schenectady, N. Y.
love it— when
i Guy MB8EE - Gloria
Sun. - Mon. - Tues.
'T A NEW TYPE OF
that’s out of this world!
C. AUBREY SMITH
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nrriMAi n riontui
DAME MAY WHITTY
Two Fisted Justice
Drive in today for a Check up.
The Range Busters
DON’T stop too fast—try to anticipate
stops and roll up to them—every time
the driver or passengers are thrown for
ward, when slowing dow-n or stopping,
tire life is shortened.
DON T run on a "flat”—even for a short
distance—it may ruin the tire, tube, or
both. In case of a puncture or blowout,
apply brakes gently AND-------------------
CLYDE N. CATON GARAGE
I« th. Us4 II»«,
•niat you can depend on"
HEALTH A ACCIDENT
ON THE PLAZA
Mrs. Henry Newton spent the
week end in Klamath Falls visit
ing with her sister. Mrs. Walter
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See us now for Automobile
Mrs. M. T. Bums—on the Plaza.
When trou Mr rotor« to you
—and it will, in some form
—aee that it is lightened by
the benefit a of adequate in
1x4 us nr your Insurance
SEP: US FOR YOUR
To Meet the
The New Safety
mm ni i LjtA
a 11 WTii bJ.iiJi
AT THE KLAMATH JUNCTION
(Siskiyou Boulevard and Indiana Street)
M. T. BURNS
1000 Pairs DuBarry
Full Fashioned Hosiery
MEAL ESTATE and
<1 East Main
All New Summer Shades
See Them Today!
$1.00 * $1.19 - $1.29
Don’t forget that we have a complete line of
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for this summer
A NEW SHIPMENT EVERY WEEK!
J. F. EMMETT
167 EAST MAIN STREET
We Have a Complete
Line of Summer
Wed & Thurs.
AT WICK’S STOKE
Phone: 8761 or 7202
(Formerly Grubb Fioriate)
FOR ARTHRITIS, NEURITIS, AND
RHEUMATISM - SUFFERERS
SEE I S TO-DAY! NOW!
NOW as never before It is
necessary to use the old mac-
hlnery - make It last until
VICTORY is won.
Our experts are rewlv to
help you by doing the welding
the blacksmithing and the
repairing necessary to make
the old as good as new.
SOUTHERN OREGON MINER
Published every Thursday at 167
East Main St., Ashland, Oregon
by Charles and Ruth Giffen.
Subscription rates: $2.00 per year
Entered as second-class matter in
the post office at Ashland, Oregon
February 15, 1935 under the act
of March 3 187».
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2066 N. W. Thurman, Street,
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Oak Street Garage
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For additional Testimonies .write J. H. Casey Co.
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WHEN IN MEDFORD, MAKE OUR
STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS!
MEDFORD'S PRESCRIPTION CENTER
A registered pharmacist of long experience
fills all prescriptions at this store. Only the
finest and purest drugs, chemicals and other
Western Thrift Store
30 North Central Ave.
SAME GOOD WORKMANSHIP
SAME GOOD SERVICE!
On the Plaza