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MEDFORD MATTi' TKTDUNE, MflDFOKD, OHKOON. MONDAY, MAY 19, 101H.
MlDrOltD MAIL TRIBUNE
MPJHT NKIVHPArKtl .
)RI I'ltlNTlNQ CO.
The pewwratto Times, Tho Mwlforit
Mfll. Tha Mlfnl Trlmin. Th Pouth
trn OroKOnWin, T)i AMhlnnil Tribune.
Ofle Mall Trltmnn HiilMlnK. S5-T.8
North Fir street; telephone 75,
dttOrUlR I'UTNAM, IMItor ami Manager
Hnlertd si wcohJ-ctni matter
ft t ford, Ortert, under tha act
larch 3; 1879.
GREAT CREDIT TO
OfflrtM por of tlio City of Mcaford,
r, by mult-.
OfflHul Paper of Jackson County.
on fear. tv n
On laontli, by mall
Far month, itllvril by carrier In
tral Point i ..50
fatwiU? iMty, if malL- pr jvar 8.00
fVpekty. yet yenr -j . .. 1.80
HELP KEEP ROAD
"Tho Commercial club linn received
tho following from Senator Chamber
lain pledging his support to retain
tho national highway along tho rottto
of tho Pacific highway an originally
Medford Commercial Club. Med
ford, Ore. Oentlemen: I beg to
acknowledge tho receipt of your fa
vor qt tho 2d. Instant, enclosing a
copy of tho resolution passed by tho
board of directors of tho Mcdfo1-'
Commercial, club, relative w tho
routo In tho state of tho proposed
national highway system. I noto tho
request contained In your letter an.
tho purposes or tho rcaoluttet,. .tnd
It will afford mo plensuro to do what
I can at tho proper tlnio to see. to It
that Bouthom Oregon Is not eliminat
ed from tho national highway sys
tem. With kindest personal regard"
1 am, yours very sincerely,
aEOHGI? B. CHAMBHRLAIX.
1.03 ANOKl.KS. Cal., May 19.
Tlrlni full of contldenco Dud Ander
son, who meets Joo MandoC in a 20
round bout hero tomorrow night,
knocked off his training today. Dud
wound up his boxing In his quarters
ftt Dayel's yesterday with 3000 fans
as spectators. Ho will do light work
with tho apparatus today, Just
enough to hold down his weight.
Mnndot, nt Venice, also coucludcd
his Ualnlng. Ho wont 10 rapid
rounds with his sparring mutes,
whom ho hnndlod in n workmanllko
manner. Ho appeared to bo In much
better condition than upon tho occa
sion of his former nptearances hero,
Anderson carried n bit of n grouch
yoalorday. After flooring a couplo
of IiIb sparring parlnuro, hu displayed
sufficient brotherly affection to
knock the crowns off a couplo of
teeth In tho mouth of his brothor,
Anderson Is a slight favorite In
tho betting, although tho wagorlng Is
very light. Ho probably will bo a
10 to 8 favorite at tho ringside, it
TOOAY IAST DAY,
Toduy is tho Inst day of school for
nil grndo mid high school students
who nro exempt front the final exami
nations. Thoso who ore exempt linvo
pushed a prndo for the school year of
85, nnd rejirexeut innjiity of the
scholars enrolled. Friday will wind
up tho uxmniiiutionu and frtnrt the
loiur vuentiem off lor one more year.
On Friday nijiht -10 seniors will
lie graduated with appropriate exer
cises nt tho new Page Theutur. Of
llicso )(! graduates III intend to con
tinue their studies in colleges or nni
iversitics. fiuven will nttend tho U.
of O., four the 0. A. C, ten nro un
decided and ten will attend various
utliqr flallcjjqs spattered over the
ouunlry iih fur cast an Maryland.
LERCH SAYS WIFE
TRIED 10 SHOOT
Thai the lenohers and pupil) had
stirwiped nil provloiw efforts could
not fail In ho observed by Ihe vis
itors nt the School exhibits Tluir?
dny nnd Friday of last week. TnkiiiR
for granted thnt n lurjje proportion
of the pupil! who nttend solinol here
will not ho nblo to enter tho pro
fessions, tho outlook for them to
tnnke their wny in n world of sornm-
Iilinj; for foothold, is much brighter
on account of this industrial train-
Tho exhibition of finMicd furni
ture was ninnxing. In chairs of till
kinds Morris chnirs included, tables,
cabinets, jewel caes, de.ks, settees,
etc., nil done by hand, the most in
tricate, workmanship was shown.
The graceful lino nnd curve, mii.
sivo effects, nrtistio judgment, the
inlaid work of fine mahogany and
oak pieces, tho satin surfaces nnd
high polish, seemed too perfect to
hnve been done, by any but expert
cabinet v makers. Ijirge finished
pieces were shown' that had been
made by hoys in their first year of
Ohplays ltcnlly Kcniarknble.
Perhaps somo of those young men
might have tho natural ability, but
turning their ability in the right chan
nels will save misdirected effort.
later in life nnd direct them, in the
right wny toward success. Tho beau
tiful dresses, displayed on forms
everj' dress a picture in itself, were
reinnrknble for children not matured;
hut go to tho beginning of the sew
ing lessons, observe the first stiehes
on towels, growing step by step into
dniutv undergarments, nnd nt last
into dresses that deck the girl.
Tho conviction is certain thnt the
hands that fashioned and finished
thco will not he likely tn do the
work of housekeeping in an unwo-
mnn-like manner, mid if needful,
may bo nblo to cam a livelihood in
Drawing and I'alntlng.
Alon the lines of drawing and
painting beginning nt tho first grade,
tho march of improvement under the
lessons of every day is 110 less than
in the finished endeavor.- The tiny
chicks, under umbrellas, butterflies
jxtiscd for flight, innumerable birds
of every feather, cloth animals pasted
on paper mid chasing each other,
suubnnnct nnd overall brigades play
ing tag nlong the boards, grow nnd
expand in every succeeding grade
room. They change from pasted to
painted work, from crayon to water
colors, from the crude effort of
bnby hands to finer effects of older
Hero may a child filial an opening
thnt will totdify his ability, and will
dcvclopc him, until at least Ins spon
sors wilt learn what is really in him;
something thnt might never have been
discovered, so that nil his lifo would
be spent on wrong paths.
Many of the drawings tdiow nt a
glance of the natural linos, skillful
sketchings from nature, nnd amusing
pie tu res of the hacks of braided ami
hc-rihhoucd heads 0f little girls, so
natural that any uiolhcr might claun
her daughler, of boys in the straw
lints, overalls and mended suspend
ers, charaetorihtie of the small 'kid.'
The euro and labor of (hu teachers
are shown in the heuuly of the rooms.
Flower nnd plnuM nnd window gar
dens prevail; corners ot growing
plants, birds singing in one .of the
grade rooms, and long olinins ot col
ored puper, mndu by tho children,
rndiiitc from tho center to tho side
of the long room, in fan fntdiiuo,
ninko them very inviting to tho vis
In somo of the rooms, refresh men Is
nro served; in tho north school, the
pupils themselves furnished the treat,
and with Ihu help of the teacher, hot
chocolate and cuke were served to
PETER PAN TONIGH
Tho ascending ciirlain il the Page
theatre tonight is surp to diclose to
Maude Adams and llie member of
ier eouivau,v 11 liotisp fillbjl in every
part. The fume of Ihe actress to
gether with that of Jhirrio's delight
ful fairy story,, "Peter Pirn," hnve
been rcsponsihlu for the awakening
of more interest among theatregoer
limit luii been 0ideleod in uuy other
offering this sea'oii. The engnge
ment has been an event that ha been
looked forward to wild considerable
pleasure. Harrie's plnv is one of the
daintiest nnd most whimsical pieces
of imagination that ha ever graced
the Kuglish speaking stage. It car
ries one buck to childhood and to the
f.iiries, tho Indians, the pirates, nnd
the udeviilurtK of youth. Sucre
Iiiiiih been tdiowored upon Ihe work
nnd tivoit Mis Adams orf her por
trayal of the boy who wouldn't grow
up and who always wanted (o live in
tho Xever-Ncver Ijind. Tho pro
duction of the play is an elaborate
one nnd ehnrmhigly almosphorie. It
opens in tho nursery of the Darling's,
then tnkes one to tho woods, from
which 0110 journeys to the envo un-
lerground. Kcxl come the deck of
the pirnle ship ' where Peter van
quishes tho terrible Captain Hook.
Once more tho nursery of tho Dar
ling is hown nnd then comes a
scene in the forest nnd nt the eloe
one sees Peter in hi litllo houo sit
uated in the tree top. A very largo
and competent company will bo seen
in Mis Adams' supiort.
SIGHTS OF VALLEY
The progronslNo spirit or Medford
was again shown Hnitdny when the
Admen's excursion nrrtuul from
Portland 011 their way to Kai-rnluou-to
to attend their mutual couvcutlo)i
In that city. Two hundred people
were at tho depot to greet theni and
after a short hhmlMmkluK nnd a few
yells by tha dlfforViul delegations
tho excursionists were niMlgnvd to
automobiles of which there were ;15.
and were taken over the greater part
of the city. They wore then taken to
the heights cant of Medford, whero
they worn afforded an excellent vlow
of tho city. Front thence the route
traversed a number of tho finest orchards.
Ppon arrival at tho Ware orchard,
the excursionists were welcomed by
tho Ware children, who presented
evory adman with yellow Newtown
The vlnl(ora were then taken
through Phoenix nnd Talent, where
a number wcro nut to greet them,
Including a pilot car from Ashland.
After a drtvo through Ashland's
parks and an luspcctlnu of the Ash
land high school, tho visitors wor
taken to tho depot, where tholr spe
cial train awaited them. Hero they
were met by tho mayor and a fow
Ashland citizens, nnd after giving
yells and songs nnd with tho obser
vation platform packed and singing
"Oh. You Medford," they departed
All expressed themselves, as de
lighted with tho country and tho entertainment.
FASTEST GAME OF
, 5 TO 0
Mill for 1111 error of judgment
Pitcher Hind of the Medfoul hall
I cum yesterday would huvo been
credited with u iin-j'Uii-uothit.gnuio.
As it wns Medford bent Omuls Piihs
five to nothing, allowed hut' one hit,
ainl made hu nun error. It won one
of tho rusltt evliiblllmm of pitching
ever shown 011 Hie local diamond and
the gitme throughout wus of , Iri'g1
Urunls Pas' lone hit eame when 11
pop-up fly of the serntliiit variety
settled down between Shorty Milon
ami Pug Isaacs. Bach thouitht the
l rUm.iLIL Krmril That WVil.1 Wumtrri
Auln,l Cvfit Wtlni L'im,
1 V -Jlllllffv.d y-
WHERE TO GO
iltt n tlutltr ut H, S S T-mi. II U
( rrtHlnl) 11 Wimilrr. ,
If )nu I11V0 been HkIiIIiik mime Muml
lnUllc, mililK MHI iIISkiipk, 1'itll It
rtpomu, im n. pirtriHfis, in.iliiriM, r
Wjflt )u will, tbrfu In tint nun euro,
(ufu way to turo It, Auk at any 1I1111T
t nro fr n t 00 Imllln nf R tl. H,
unit )uii an' tlim mi tlui rinj lo
licallh. Tho nill"ii uf tills rriiirlintiM
romo.lj- U jimt tut illrwl, Juki bi iuwI
IIm, Juil til irrlnln In 111 InllliiMlio as
that the tiu ric in llm l-tati. it u
ntio if thn rnr inritlcMl font's wlili ll
other was going to nub it nnd tight nt in th hlxxi wiih thn nhioo iWcrm
t,,.,-,, tl,., nliniiK.M nt' 11 mi. hit miinoi"f 'erlHliit that Is fuiimt in all tint
mere tint ulii nees u u uo-liil KHiiiPIrHl trmixn, ns. Ti manr In wlu-li
went giimmcnuc, mini iimi tne vis-
56 00T OF 57
Managers Fuson and Gordon ot the
new Page theater played hosts Satur
day night to about .1000 Kogue Illvcr
valley people, who camo to Inspect
tho playhouso that will bo opened
Monday sight with Maudo Adams,
ono of tho foremost of American
actresses in J. M. Ilarrlo's great play
"Peter Pan." From eight until ten
(j'clock a Jam ot pcoplo packed tho
Page, strolled through tho aisles and
lolled In tho seats and boxes. Among
tho visitors wcro many out ot town
. He fore tho doors of tho theater
wcro opened for tho informal Inspec
tion, a thousand pcoplo waited in tho
threatening weather tor a chance to
view tho interior, and by nine the
rush was on In full swing. During
the evening tho Page theater orches
tra, under tho direction of Prof.
Ileach gave popular and classic num
Through the courtesy of the man
agement, ovury detnit of tho amuse
ment place was thrown open, and tho
crowds even flocking into tho fly
galleries. Us bora wero in attendance
and the lighting effects wero shown.
Tho stage, big enough for tho staging
ot any production, was also a Mecca
Tho pictorial curtain, showing n
vlow of Crater I.ako, Is a work of art,
and Is consldored by many to bo tho
best reproduction ot tho great scenic
spot over iut on canvas.
With but one failure out of 57
eighth grade students who took tho
examinations Inst week for admit
tance to tho high school, tho Medford
schools have set up a record whluh
will ho hard to bent la the state. Tho
examinations uro prepared by tho
stuto and of con rue no ono In Med
ford know. In advance what tho ques
tions would be. It has not been un
common In recent years In many
places for from one-fourth to one-
third of tho students tn fall.
Tho fact thnt GO Medford grade
students nro eligible for high bcIiooI
Indicates thnt next year's high school
class will bo a record breaker, for to
this number Is always added thom
who enter from various parts of tho
county ami tho nowcomers to tho
city. Tho class Im Hiiro to number
close to 70.
iters buffaloed from the time the
first mini hitched his pants nnd
swung hi willow. Thirteen times did
Ihe (Irani Puss bnlsmcu emulate the
tvighty Casey, in otin liming nil three
putnuls going by the whiff mute.
Medford hud no difficulty in regis
tering single -w hen they were needed.
When Ty Cobb Miles ns.iny.ed lo steal
homo with two out tho speelueular
eliuiux arrived, Shorty wns sipielrhcd
however, but tho thrill he furnlnhed
was worth the attempt. A slur
catch by Anile in left field wus iiIno
0110 of the big typo features.
Tho now Medford loom is yet to
be scored on. .In the two gjiuies
played they have Scored Ion runs and
allowed less than a half dozen hit
and lime 11 record in error as small
as 11 fly'- eyelnh. The crowd o
tcrday was larger than a week ago
but it Is tune nil the funs realised
that the city ha a real team and
gnvc it the deserted patronage.
It iliuiilimlffl nnd I'tmli-uU tin, mylTl'
nun triumlr ik-h uf tih. n.l. pur
nrtrrltil IiIikhI for thn ill.uino, wnuit
IiIimmI I timrxrliHi.
Out HirmiKh pvry akin pur acid.
Itoriim Hint ntliir IiIimhI tnurlll nr
fnri'ixl In Hi fm in nf liixlnlliln vninr.
The lungs lirrnthn It out. llm liver U
itlmiilntril In I'liimumit n nrtsil r(iiur
llun uf lliiiurllliii, thn ntiiiiirtrli' nlxl III
tmtlii rno tn cuiiviy Into tho Mimd
itrrout the catarrhal, ituilnrliil ifrnn,
llm liownls. I(IiIiim), litmlitrr nnl nil
rmuiU'turlnn if th Ixidy nrn nmmrtnlol
Into n tUihtlmr feu-f In riel ivry
vnntliru f rrutillvn itlinnn
Thvrn In mninly u cuiminiiilty any
wlirrn Imt what tmii I In IIVIiik ifinli
11 f lh wntiilirfill iiirntlx iMTm-I nt
JV K K Uit 11 iHiltln of thin faiimuK
rrnmiljr tu-tHy. ami If yinir rn l
Htuliliiirn or pnnllar. wrlu In Tim
Hwlft Hpnilllr I'n t7 n-lfl 111,1.
Atlnnln, (In. Their innitifnl liilxnntory
In fnnimn and In ciMilin-tnl liy rn.
nuntii'il rxiinrtR In lit , oil Hint kln
dliPHn Thflr 11 it tire In rtttlrrly frrs
ainl uhvuyn sirlvtly prrnuunl.
BOY SLIGHTLY INJURED
IN COLLISION WITH AUTO
While riding a bicycle nrouiid the
corner of Holly mid Main street
.Saturday evening, Clifton Anderson,
1 1, collided with nu uutomoblle driven
by Tom Taylor, wns kuoekgd down,
picked up unconscious and taken to
Dr. Clancy's office, whero his injur
ies wero found slight, consisting of
hruUotf about face and head. Mr.
Taylor, in eudcavorvig to avoid the
collision, turned into tho curb and
crushed a hicyclu stumling thure.
llonry I.orch swore out a warrant
thlli morning charging his wife, Mrs.
H. M. Lorch, with threatening to
Lurch claims his wife drovo him
uwny from homo with two loadod
revolvers and threatens to Bhoot him
it ho returuu to tho place.
VIEWED BY BULLIS
Messrs. JJullis spent Mouduy view,
ing proposed routes for the proposed
trolley lino to Hiskiyott Heights.
Koutcs examined included ono past
tho hospital mid cemetary mid (iiiolli.
or out Queen Anuu addititiou and
lligheroft. Tuesday ueltini survey
Application was made to tho coun
ty court for a franchiso over county
highways; tho franchise requiring- tho
hujlding of a milo of trolloy lino with
in two years. The mutter was tnkcu
WILSON WAGGLE LATEST
THING IN WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON, May 10. Tim
newest thing in walks, the "WiNon
waggle," btruek Washington today.
The general effect, outside of the
straight back, is ono of miibciilur relaxation,
4, .; tt . .f .....(..). 4.
A A rf.
iiKAii citcnic iminf.'i:
OI'K.V TO AUTOMOIIIMCH
Tlio Dear creek bridgo will
bo thrown open for automo
biles mid pcoplo (not bug
gies, wagons or horses) today
and during tho Odd Follows
convention. This Is douo to
accommodate tho pcoplo.
W. W.' lCII'tiUT,
t "5 5 ' $ t 5 ty fy 5
.Mrs. Hffio Tailor nrrived at her
sister'a homo from Connllis Wed
nosdiiy to be with her fnther, L, A.
Rom', who is in u ury I'ritical con
ditiou. .Mr. mid Mrs. J. W. Peart of Lait
re Hill orchard, enst of Phoenix,
wero in Xorlh Tuleut Friday ufter
Mrs Klinor of Kern Valley was
calling 011 friumU in North Talent
Mrs, Then. Kih was calling 011
Mrs. Joe Ruder Friday.-
Charles MuClnin of Myrtlu Cicek
i vixitiiig friends in Phoenix.
.Air. mid Mrs. Pete lliiruuhurg of
.Medford were Mailing Mrs, Jlanie
burg's mother, .Mrs. "J. T. Jlcll of
.Mrs. J. K. Rolicrt pf Norl)i Talent
lias liaiiii on tho siuk list this week.
Mrs. Li.i Htnucliff is -eiorled us
being very much better at this wilt
ing. Ocorgo F.lfcrs of Phoenix was in
Talent on business Friday.
Miss Lulu Itoburls was a Phoenix
visitor Friday nflcrnoon.
C. Carey was trading in Medford
Ocorgo Roberts wiih over in Fern
Valley Friday visiting his diuixhtcr,
Mr. L. K. llughos.
Miss Jiiaiiulla Furry gnvo a birth
day party to twenty-six of her little
friends Saturday in honor of her
eleventh birthday. A woods picnic
mill dinner wiih very much enjoyed
by her little friends.
' " 1 1 '
Atigiietln W. Clemens, a pioneer
of Jackson county, residing at 611
South Itlvorsldo died at 12 o'clock
Saturday or complicated ailments.
Tho futioral services will bo hold next
Monday at two o'clock. Interment in
I. O, O, F. cemetery. Services nt
Weoka and Mctiuwan chapel. Due-eased
wuh born in Linn county, Mis
souri In 1830, and crossed tlio plains
la 1805, coming to JackBon county Jn
Poultry rail-ers of Jnckoii eouutv
organised tho Jackson County Poul
try Association Saturday afternoon
uml elected It. II. Paxson of Central
Point toiu;s)rary chairman. A uncl
ing lo to perfect organization will be
held llm coining Saturday nt ihu pub
lie library ut 'J 1(1 o'clock.
Poultry is one of the icrout indus
tries of the volley nnd it is the in
tention to iiinke this section Oregon's
banner poultry region. Kvery pemnii
interested in siultry is invited to af
filiate. A I'o-openitivn uiurKot plan will he
worked out iw well iih itoultry fair
Mission nt Catholic Church.
A mission eonduutcd by Father
Powers of tho Itcdumplorist Mission
House of Portland, opens at Ihe
10:910 iiiiihs Sunday, May lb, it t the
Catholic church. :i'Jf) South (Jakdale,
mid coulinuos for Ihe week, clnHiug.
Sunday fiveuiug, May -'. Masses
ami hcnuou services every iiiorning at
ll o'clock nnd 8:1" n. 111. : evening
services mid setmou at 7:110 p. 111.
Noit-Catholii! friends cordially united.
Stoam and Hot Wator
All Work Oiinrnntt-nd
OOFFEEN & PBIOE
fS Xowatd Block. Cntrsnr on Slh II
Kom riton .
1 ISIS THEATRE j;
I'liolo lias Today t
IIIIOMilO tl,l,'H WAV
Willi Mr. (1 M Anderson
tiii: (hit or tin: htoii.m
in;i)i:i,i. iii'.comiw , lanv
Clt.VIIH Al I.OIIHIiCltH
toiiacco (iiiriritM in
Admlsiilou A 10 (Vntn
AMIKHNO.V AMI .MAMIOT
I'lHhl Iteturns Tomoriovv by
Clark & Wright
WAHIIINOTON, it. O.
Publlu Land Mntters: Final Proof.
Dovort I .a 11 da, Contett nnd Mlntnit
HiiihII IrriKsied rnmii msir tily
ronervolr. Iloiim-. bitru. sliil, uta.
Tlvpliotin and rllv water. I'asilly
oniiard. berrtm, garduH. Now fnm
toll all planted Ideal location fur
marliet KardrnliiK. herrtos or sumll
orchard, fluy this nincli now unit
Kt he henettt or thhi ymir'n crop.
' II. I NOIH.IT, Owner
DAI'l'l.i: OIl.W HTAM.ION
G Voam Old
rn'rilro -0 tn liinurc
Wo nUo train horses and rolls nnd
break them of nil noxious habits. Hat
ii. o. van wi:oi:x
Main I'J f JnrUnonxlllo
I hnve hoiiip of tlio best
Imy.s in tht valley, (lood sil
I'alfa nuit'lit'.s, ood bottom
land, pl.Mily of water. A too
L'tmtl nlat'p to I'tMit. Don't
fail to. sop mo boforiyou buy.
P. O.. Box 30 Ashland, Oro.
MRS. HOWARD WAGNER
Wo carry a very eamnlnta Una nf
ilMIwrlo. faco curUlim, flituraa, nta..
nnl tin nil rlnnnrH of u plwil t --rliirr A
d 111 11
limn in look nili'r tills work
rill ulvn a bimh!
irtlrr kii la ix)albla tu Kl In ovou
tlio l.irsi'nl clllM.
Wook3 & McGowan Co,
Writes Personal Isillcr to Her llrug
glit About a Hail Cough
Mrs. Mo' ward Wanner ot Milton.
I'a., writes her druggist as follews:
"I'ue two months 1 suffered from a
bad cold, from which I could gut no
relief, then I began to cough and
would cough until midnight ovury
night. I consulted, a doctor (tin! took
two kinds uf modlrliio, but without
bcnuflt. One day seeing Vlnol, your
cod liver und Iron medlcluo adver
tised In my paper, I sunt for a bot
tle. After taking it tbu second day
I did not cough so much mid folt
stronger, and at the und of a week
I could go to bod und ulcop without
coughing onto, l Imvo now taken
In all six bottles, and I never felt
butler In my lifo. ) Imvo a flnu ap
potlto and Imvo gulned twelve
pounds. As Vlnol has helped niu so
much I want others to know about
Tho curative and strengthening
properties of Vlnol built up Mih.
Wugiier's health and her cough dU-
appoarud as a natural result.
Wo guarantee that Vlnol will do
till wo claim and will pay bark your
money if Vlnol does 1191 satisfy you.
Medford Pharmacy, Mmlford, Oro.
Official Photographor of tha
Medford Coramorcial Club
Interior and exterior views
Negatives niado any time
and any place by appoint
208 E. Main", PHon,e;i471
Now Located nt tho
Crater tuiko (Jitragn
33 H. Ilartlott Hired -Itcasonable
Piled. Woik Oiiarautrisl
I It I of ltefDrrnirs
Care Washoil mid TlrtM JtxotiniiKwl
Uarago Phono S'J-K.
John A. Perl
m h, iiAitTijirrr
Phonos M. 47 mid 47-J.a
Ambulanco Servlco Deputy Coroner!
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Finest ponulnr nrieed IS
I Ifolel in San Francisco
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Oregon's Mont iip-to-duto Flni-proot
Wurohouuo with Ilurular-proof
For rates apply
MEDFORD REALTY &
hotel in the
City. Running dUlillcd
ice water in each room.
European Plan, a la Curtc
Tariff on Rooms
00 room . .
60 room - -
CO room mid piluli Uih
50 room silk nluli Ulii
30 ultt, bedroom, par
lor and bath - 3.00 each
For mora than one ifiiett add $1.00
extra to tha above rata for
ench additional gucit.
Reduction by , week or month, (ft
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F. G. ANDREWS
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