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OTiDKOiw matt, TiunuNK. Mrwou.), ohkciox. tukkdav, may 20, win,
r frimtkmiii V II
Anions those from Grants Van
who attended ' I'ctir 1'nn nt I In
1'ftKO theater Monday j evening wero
MesdntiH's Mnry H. Vnh Dyke, George
V. Jcsler, . J. 1 Trimx. A. C.
Ooettscno F. W. Capp, J ". Morris.
F. 1). Btrlekor, and .1. A. 1'onwen:
fjoitnellinnii nnil Mrs. A. A. 1'erter:
l)r. nml Mrs. C. II. Homnrny. Hon.
nnil Mrs. A. C Hough. Mr. nnd Mm.
Tlioinna Hnnley. Mr. and Mrs. 0. H.
Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. George
Maple. Mr. nnil Mrs. Slunlpn Uowell.
Mr. .nnd Mr. M. Clemen and Mr
nml Mrs. V. 11. Mcminn; tho Mimes
Mary Koifer, .losslo MaKtln. Inos
Bliqldoiu Louise Hnrvoy. Cour,tMy
Hoss, Mario Metschnn, ninncho Wile.
)fo Clurdy, Evelyn Qulnlnn, Hnsel
N. llarron, Kveljn South, Myrte
Rhoro nml Hhota llobblns, lion. K.
S. Van Dyke, Colonol I. A. ltoblo,
Professors J. A. MacMurrny nml
Hugh N Herrlck, nml tho Messrs.
Douglas Wood, Harry K. Clarke, J.
It. Harvey. W. W. Unrnton. Frank M.
South, Lou Kchtuldt, Frank Metschnn
ntid J. S. Mallor.
Orrhardt hunting, fishing and
Crater Lake scenes for sale at Gcr
king & Harmon's studio. Negatives
made nny place, kodak finishing. 12S
Bast Main street Thono 215 It.
Mr.- nnd Mrs. It. K. Kruegcr nnTi
daughter of Chicago have taken up
"their residence nt tho Cokcr Uutto
-.orchard, which they recently pur
chased. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ferrcn of Ash
land wero In Mcdford Sunday to at
tend tho NorrU-Forren wedding. .
Kodak finishing, best tn tovrn, nt
Wilt tutor children In all lines of
school work. Also teach foreigners-
to speak English. Tol. 757-L. 5ft
Thomas F. Hanloy. Grants Pass
theatrical Impresario and nowspapor
man, accompanied by Mrs. Hanloy.
visited Mcdford Mondny nml cnjojeil
"Peter Pan," by Maudo Ailnms.
Frank O. llurgcw. who has been
traveling in the oast, Is In Mcdford
again. He was accompanied homo
by his cousin, J. M. Dunces, or
Drookflcld, Mo., nn Inventor.
County Hecordor nml Mrs. Frod
Coir Ig and Miss Nellie Mclntyro ivcro
down from Jacksonville Sunday eve
ning. Harry Treat went north tho fou
part of tho .week and may return
with a big, new nuto.
Mr. Joseph. Geppcrl of nig' Uutto
trausneted business In Mcdford Mon-
; K. H. McCurdy writes all kinds of
Insurance. - 401 M. F. & 11. bldg.
O. P. ltlcklcy, who conducted; . n
' livery stnblo inMcdrord In company
wlt'a 0. B. Tull 13 years ago. Is a
delegate to tho grand lodge of the
I. O. O. F. llo Is engaged In mer
chandising at Harrisburg, Linn coun
K. A. Woks and C. F. Kelclistoiti
wero recent, business visitors at Jack
Miss Alice Streets. 4who Is a mem
bcr of Iho class of 1013 of tho Uni
versity of California, has returned to
Mcdford. Sho as accompanied homo
by hc,r mother. Mrs. F. W. Streets,
who .was present at tho graduating
Corking & Harmon, studio por
traits, horde, portraits, flash lights,
kodak finishing, post card work and
enlarging.; 128 East Main street;
telephone 215 It.
Mrs. L. 0. SIsomorc, who has been
(Minting Mr. and Mrs. John S. Orth,
. has relumed to her homo at Fort
JUdgo Calkins has boon holding an
adjourned torm of clroult court ul
A. Leonard Jr. has returned from
'Jo'tephlno county for a short stay In'
Insuro and bo sure. Right it we
- wrlto It. It. A. Holmes, The Insur-
, nnce Man. -
J I. V. Klliott has returnod from
f ljrltlsh Columbia nad Is nt tho Med-
'ford tlsh'mnrt't again.
D. S. Youngs, n ploncor rosldeut of
SjSdfo'rd, wJio jins been located at
NuVport for many years, Is attend
ing tho grand lodgo of Odd Fallows.
William t'lrlch has rotumeU from
Portland, whoro ho npponrwl before
the Unllod States grand jury ns u
Money to loan onj-eal estate. Bee
parkin & Taylor, attorneys at lavs,
tors. Frod ftopor of Grants Pawl
' WBa tho guest of Mrs. O. A. Davis
Senator Von dor Hollou, J. Hruco
Bponccr and Jamos Owonw, former
county, commissioners, were tovor
. from tyellon Monday,
Weeks, & McGowan Co.
Day Phono 227
Nlftlit V, W. Weeks 1.'W.2
Phones A. 1J, Orr 07801
A. A. Allen f Tnt'onm, siiiNirliilan
Upnt of tho Hlngr Hewing, Machine
cohipnny or thls.dlslHd, Is In Med
ford, ncranipnnlcd 'jr "l vlfe. Jle
Is a former resident of thliyclty.
Jnmen T. llurrtK nml his rami I?,
who have been stopping In San Fran
cisco for se.me time twst. ruturucd to
Tho llclman Whllo Sulphur Maths
and Swimming Pools nt Ashland,
Oregon, will upon for ttho season
&ilurdny, May 10. 61
Mr. nml Mr. II. It. Holm?,
ItcoKou nml James Garvin are !
Fred Knox from Josephine cotm
ty tmnsflctcHl busfnoss in '-Medford
Jmo Fltsglbhon of Foots Crk
earn to Mwlford the tor part of xat
woek to visit his brother. George M
FUsglbbon. of Portland.
E. D. Weston, commercial photog
raphcr, negntlves mA-o nny time or
nlaco bv appointment Phono M.
Miss Lenh Walthor has been oi
tertalntug Mta Dorothy Churchill of
Mert D.xlly was in front tho Hill
crest orchard Mondny. He reports
that his brothor, T. W. Dally, has
gone to Canada on n nutfness 'it
Mr. nml Mrs. lowls Ulrio'i an 1
Mrs. J. O. Dunnlngton of Jacl:mt4-
vlllo made a trip to Mcdford Mo J lay
Vapor baths and scientific mas
sago for men and women. Dr. It.
J. Lockwood, chiropractor, 203 Oar-nett-Corcy
bldg. Phono HE.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Cantra.' nnd
J. F. Crump of Applesato and Mrs.
It. 11. Dow of Jacksonville wr !n
Bedford n few days since.
George F. Dyer was nt Gold Hill
Saturday night as member of 'ho
orchestra which furnished ramie for
tbo Merry Minstrels performance, lie
Is leader or the Gold Hill baud.
Fred Alton Halght, teacher or
piano and harmony, specialist In cor
rect principles of touch and tech
nique for beginners or advanced pu
pils. Faults corrected. Summer
term. Halght Music Studios. 116 8.
Laurel street. Phono 726-11. CO
George A. Hovor or Phoenix dis
trict. W. J. Srott of Antloch and W.
A. Covordslo of Foola Creek trans
acted buttTnuss In Mcdford Muuda).
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. O. Isaacson of Cen
tral Point epyiit Monuay nigh. In
Thomas E. Nichols and hl family
motored from ITaglo Point tu MM
rord Saturday. '
Mr. and Mrs. John Slsty o.' Willow
Springs dUtrlst, cnma to Medfunl
Mrs. II. T. McClallon nnd her
daughter. MIw Maggie, wore guwia
of Mr. and Mrs. Jo"hn 8. Orth tho
foro part of tho week. They vnro
on their way from llosoburg to ".'oed,
Cal., whor.e Mr. McClallon I om
ptoyed In tho ofHce or the V.'el
C. E. Ilnde, of tho Dado-',acoltii
Construction company of Portlou-I.
Mas a businoM visitor lu Meturd
Itoy Wllllts nnd A. O. TarbeP. of
uppor Itogue river, wero In Mdford
a fow daya ago.
A. T. Luudgron, the minor, has re
turned rrom a trip to Yreka, Cal..
buslnew conneotod with his cxtim've
holdings lu tho Siskiyou ootpar lclt.
W. D. Chanco, diputy labor an-
mlsslonor and ougltio Inspoctor. v,i
lu tho vnlloy on official buslnoM re
cently, George Collins Is bnck from YroVa.
but will probably roturn to Califor
Chief Justice McDrlde of tho Ore
gon supremo court JinB assigned
Judge Calkins or the first dln(rlct
and Judge Hamilton of Uie ao.oud
dibtrict to spend June tn ntsluing
to ulunn up tbo court doe':ot of
Multnomah county, which Is bidly
Mr. nnd Mrs. Horace. Pulton of
Sams Vnlloy wero among tho many
who came to Mcdford Monday.
K. T. Staples and A. 6. Hubbard
of Ashland trammeled bualnosu in
Willie Hhotou, the taj! sycain.o
of Kanos creek, was In Miidrord Mon
day on Important business.
Albert ltowgll, who has been
Htudent of thy. University of Callfo
ii !u. is in Medford again.
This Is the last week of tho sslioni
year for Mcdford nnd other l'jitr!cU
of tho. county.
Mrs. William Shnw (Hoc Jnsephltiu
Doiiegun) arrivad from Klamath
FhllB Monday and U tho guotfc cf
Mrs. W. H. Coloman or Jacksouvllie
Mr. Shaw, who Is an attomuy, went
on to Eugene.
C. E. Larson of Ayacortes, VaMi .
Is filling Kili; Jlutlor's place at t)i
Western Union office whllo ho is
taking u vacation.
William Vawter Jr., who ban been
attending (wllogu ut Delmout, Cal.,
lu at homo again.
Hohert A. Emniltt, n promlnrnt
eltUen of Klamath Falls, Is umong
the multitudo In Mcdford this uoiU.
Hhcrlff W. II. Slnglor, Johu Hop-
nult, F. M. Tunguto and Den Eutou
or Jacksonville wero In Medford xc
contly. John A. Durst, a member of a bU
hop raising firm of California, und
W. G. Egglestou of Oakland, a promt.
pent single tnxcr, nro ninnng 111 hit"
nrrlvnls In MPilford,
u Mrs. liny Cryslai, who has l.jn
iho guest of bee parents, Mr. ami
Mrs. .1. M. Klemnu, has returned to
her homo nt Pomltoton.
Hhurlff William Hnittlt. of Joro-
phluo county, wn mnonn tluwo who
wuv Medford nlnughter Urants Paw
In the ball gnme on Sunday.
M. P. Power of Jhcksonvltio. the
pnlntor, ims gono to Chleo, (Jul.
II. O. Dot, Professor Harrington.
Key Hunch, and his family. i. ml
and Mr. Flaler of Jneksouvlllo .wore
Medford visitors during the weK.
it. 11. llonme. J. S. lUmett. llurry
Tuttle, Claudo White nnd J. T. Can-
ttir wero ntnnntt the Central Pointers
In Medford recently.
Mr. nnd Mre. W. K. Andorson. nml
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Griffin of N'orth
Phoenix transacted busluoea In Mod
Miss Mnbul Dnrneille of Portland
Is tho guest of hor brothor, (trover
Knuuko njenston, who hss b$on a
resident of itedrord nnd vicinity for
some time, has gono to Portland.
I.orU Martin, tho export liunter.
nnd Oliver twines were down from
Trail tht wcok.
Mrs. Osborne, who has b:cu nt
tending a meeting of tho trained
nurses' association of Oregon, of
which sho is president. Is nt home
Mrs. A. A. Mnglll nnd hor daugh
ter, Mlse Lozlnn, passed through
Medford Sunday evening on their
way home to Holland, Joophlno
county, from Ashland.
J. W. Hays nnd Charles Tyler or
Gold Hill made a trip to Medforl
during the week.
Missos Helen Ilngsdaln nnd Grace
Henry wore recent guests of Mrs. C.
K. Wobb of Central Point district.
Ijwrenco Cnrdwcll, Mrs. S. W.
McClcndon nnd Mrs. L. Jennings or
Gold Hill, motored to Medford the
foro irt of tho week.
A. J. Daley and II. G. Wiener of
Eagle Point transacted business In
Mr. nml Mn. Clifton Smith or
Wlmor nnd Sir. and Mrs. F. M. Huilta
or Sterling visited relatives living
near Medford Saturday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. F. Mender and
Mrs. J. F. Hart motored to Mcdford
rrom Tnlont Sunday.
J. F. Kelly. J. K. Wilson. W.
Schable, Polk Hull nml E. K. Morri
son or Griffin Creek district were re
cent business visitors In Medford.
Frank Tuttle ir Grants Pass, T. J.
Thrift of Coos county, W. C. Iiram
lotto of ltosohurg. Mrs. E. Miller nnd
F. Johnson of Florcnco nre rccont
nrrlvnls In Medford.
It. II. Parsons of Hlllcresi orchnid
came down from Seattle this wftol.
W. H. Mowatt of tho Postal Yclo
graph company and W. J. rit-mluy
wero up Irom Ashland Mondny.
Mrs. F. II. Hopkins of Control
Point. E. II. Hanloy or North Jack
sonville district and their families
wore among those who motored to
Medford during tho week.
A solid trnlnload of Htrawrerrbw
pawed- through Med rord Monday
evening uu rnuto to Portland, Foot
tie and other northern poln'., tp)i,i
MIw Kuto Coburu ot Vrslcn. Oal..
who Is visiting Miss Mlln Cki 'iimv.
Is spending "n fow dab with fileuds
living In Grants IMss.
O. H. Tomlln nnd J. F. Hens,
prominent officials or tho Wwior-i
Union Tolegrnph company, wo-e lu
tho city and vnlloy on a tour or In
spection. Mayor Von dor Hnllen. J. F
Drown and F. J loath of Eaglo Point
spent Mondny afternoon In Mvdfotd.
Mr. and Mr. Jamos Grlovo of
Prospect were among tho throng In
J. C. Williams. C. M. Warren nml
J. 1', Van Diisou of Hnguo ulv.r tar
ried a few hours lu Medford tho fore
part of tho week.
Mrs. 0. W. Conklln and Mrs. Iliivii
Elliott nnd. other residents of Med
ford went to Jacksonville Sunday lo
attond tho fuuerul of the luto Mrs.
.Miss Hlslo Iteamou wai among
thoso who came from Ashland for tho
theater Monday evening.
W, II. Jenkins, traveling passengor
ngout for tho Southern Pacific, and
Gus C. Morris, assistant superinten
dent, uro lu Medford In couuoctlri'
with, (ho handling or tho I. 0. 0. F.
llqlnn Cornult of Itlddlo Is a con
Gume W'arilon A. K. Htiblmrd ii
hero from Ashland.
N.. P. Welder Is among Hie Dend
delof atlon to tho convinitlo ;,
Minnie F, Ireland is huro from
Vdrva McCluro of Grants Pass .Is
among the convention guests.
II. A, Suhell of Gruiila Paw ia here
Tho roofa of tho Gnriiott-Coroy
building nml Hotel Medford wero
crowded with convention vlbltors nil
Mr, and Mrs. A. S. Pnyno pf Ash
land wero In Medford Tuesday.
Mr, and Mrs. It. Denbroy of Jtoelt
land, Me., nro .visitors In Medford.
Mrs. James M. Lewis ot Peudlofoii
arrived Tuesday lu Medford nnd was
met by hor fntlior, A. 0. Ilowlott, of
Ittiale Point, nml ,n.c,companlod him
home on the nftsrmiOn trnlii,.
Mrs. H. iM. .Ionian of . Portland,
mothnr of( Allison Jordan, rlerk nt
tho Nashjuls, nmong thu i'otnontl."t
Among Eugene lsltors nt the con
vention nfu p. IJ. siuHtgniw nnd u.
W. tl. Wright or Itostibtiig Is here
tor thotronxeiitlou. ,
III tho - (Jivnmth 'nU hioKrltoii
ro II. J Savage Mtn. .Foigtuoii, V
II, Nelson iitui Mrs. Jess6 Whlto
Mrs, Annt l.lud nnd (tieo MeCntifl
of .Korliy niy ImrQ to ulteml (lho riu
veiitton, t , u ,
Mrs. A. d. Smith W hPre from
Pllul Dock tu u eouyontlou delegate
The lioud itelejmiinn nl ,tho con
entlon claim that by tho time tlie
gmud lodge inxetR in .Medford ngnln
lleml lsltore,.vlll he able to eoiue
on the llllllne.
Atito lends ot convention visitors
wero tnken oer tho vnlloy today.
More nntouigblles nro asked lor to
morrow. CABINET ACTS.
(Continued from page 1,)
eollese oCTpJio, nml K. ypjiinmnmto.
seeiTlnryMtniic Tokio Y. 51". C. A.
Dcflu Talk" of War.
"Jnpnit lQjtlmve an rtullei," xniil
1 Tut tori in tlTsru&rtiutr Jnimnej.e immi
gration to Oilifortm. "Tlie Hipuln
tioii of ilnimti Iiuh iuerMised by iniiuy
liumlrcds of thouKiimls within n few
"enr nml (lie time Iin4 eome wliun
Japan must xcltle the ipiesliotiR pre
sented by your niton land Inw. The
qurstion of Japnticon elisiliility to
eitizeushtp in A in erica nml every
other country must nlo e settled.
It should lune been settled long
Tlie Jnpnuese eitov ileridiM nil
tnlk of war. "I Jo not believe it in
i remote iosiliility," lie wuid. "Such
talk ih foolish."
Ilattori declared tlmt rnee preju-
dice vn nt the bottom of the Cnli-
foniin exuluohin movemeiil. "I be-
line," lie said, "that in time Cnlifor
nin will bo nble to throw off this
nieo prt'jmlioo ns Japan has done.
Tiiis ulion IrikI law was promoted bv
peiiplo of the deseemlniita of people
who enino to tlstat country jut iih lite
Jiiniiose nro doing. I nm courineeil
that the only xolutinti of the problem
is n new treaty cmering nil tlie
. . . . .
MiiniH ill oispiiie.
Sliy at DNrritoliuitlon.
"I nm not prepared, to Buy whether
Japan will iiifixt nw) ownership of
ugriculitirnl and but no country can,
of court?, view riiicrimiuntioii with
At the eoiielii.-ioii uf their iit lo
California tho parly ir,.Jupnneo eu
ov.h will t!it to I-jiKp .Mohonk, N. Y..
to uttend the iiiniiial eoiiferonee ( f
tho Christian hIiiiIciiIm feilerntion
(Continued from l'ago 1)
Collins then doscriliixl how lu
"plnntcd" ilynatnlto at plncos Indi
cated by IJreeu. adding:
"llreon Inquired whoro Joncpli EU
tor was Hiienklng. Ho endonvored to
plant dynamlto tlioro, but found tho
hull dosd. The first I knowof what
llreon lind done was wlmu I saw In
tho papers that dnamllo had boon
found In Lawrence.
"llreon pnftT me $fiO lu two lusinl
mntits of $25 each, saying: 'Tho
Syrians licked mo at thu last olne
tlon. but this Joke will teach them n
lesson nnd elect me mayor beside.' "
Collitw inxuited Hint lie neor kiis
(MM'tcd lie wag doing nnyliin crimi
nal, lie denied tlmt ho Jim) boon
promlscil iniiniiiiily but admitted Unit
hi ntloriioy had ndviseil him to It'll
the truth nml tlmt the district attor
ney probably would help him.
1'i.Iine onvc(or Koouov teslilied
that he had been "lippicd" by llreon
in .lauimry, 11)1'-, Hint dynamite had
been iibiMlcd. Itoouny Hiiiil he lo
cated it uml nrostt'd severnl por
tions. Colliim lontiicil that while, lie wut
onrrying tlie bundle of, 7f ier cent
dynamite from the trnlji nt Ijiuvreiiro
he Hiiimbloil nml fell, the (lyuumite
t.triving' the trayh. Only the fact
Hint the explosive wax fmi'ii, lit
mid, prrenteil n dialer.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
POIt THADR Dcslrnblo rfhldsnro
propetty In Medford for ninull farm
In Oregon, Wiishlngtoti or Idaho,
Inquire 250 Deatty tt City. 01
WANTED Woinuu rorgonernl house
work in small family out or town.
Phono f.HT-J-0, . C2
Proud as you are or tho daughter,
and proud iih iiho lu or' graduation
honors there lunoon but u memory
or such nvonts uiilabs a portrait keeps
the record or each milestone of
Our styles of school pictured are
appropriate to tho occasion.
Mako the Qpnglntment early.
H. C. MACKEY
L Main ntid Central Medford, Oro
STILL IN 1
The Commercial club has tecehed
the rnllottlns Irom the Oregon dele dele
gateon: "Unltiid Stales Senate) WnshluKtou,
D. (.. Mnv 11. 1018.-. Mr. A. K.
Ware, Secretary Commert'lul (Hub.
Medford, Ore. My Dear Hlri I beg
to aeknowledgo receipt of ur night
letter ot tho loth Instant whmlu
you rgtt on bnhnlf of the Medford
Couijuerelal dub tho appointment of
"Mr. AVIH (1. Steolo ns supetlnteutloul
of Orator l.uho., National pnrk.
"No urtlon has been tnkeii toward
filling this npiioltitmout an yet, ami
it Is very likely that tho matter will
not bo settled fur fiouio little lime
yet. In thu meantime, you win r4t
nMuivd that I shall give Mr. Steele's
Hppllcutlon ami your eiidorrotiinut ot
hint till duo consideration.
"Thanking you for giving me an
ntprttftslou or our opinion In lain
mnttur. I nm eiy truly your.
"IIAKItY LA NIC"
"ItoitRO or Representatives U. S..
Wnshliigtoii, D. 0., liny 14, 1018.- -President
A. J. Perry, Secretary ,A.
K. Ware, Mcdford Commercial Club.
My Dear Slrn: I have receUcd
your telegram relative to the appoint
ment of Mr. Will (I. Steele ns aiipor
intotident ot tho Crater Uko Nn
tlounl park. I know Mr. Stsole nnd
think most highly of him nml h.
ttoutd make nn eAoelleut uuper!tit'
dent, but repiibllcniis nro not lint In-,
n voice In appointment now. Ho -over,
i will investigate and see w'
can bo done. With, best wMi.-r,
am truly yours.
' V. C IIAWI.m
Auti'iuebile-. i carry tl. eciii
tioii M-itnn. over the taUi-v ai
needed Wciloerdrty' tifternonu oi
o'clock. Mcdford uiitnmuhilc ouurr
linve been very geuuruus with tit ir
ears nnd timo nml tlie committee i
wry uppreeintiV. A "iiei-uil tour
of Hccnie iutcrtitit lias been nr
raaged for tomorrow.
WOOnrOW) To Mr. m..r Mr- .1
It. Wondtonl, n dauehler Suiii!,i,
M JH . ..
ii.wi: vol i;i:it tiioi-ciit
How tr()ng n cotin'-rtlou thero-la
between E) cache nad Headache?
Many pcoptu suffer uiiueeessHrlly
from Headnehea that could ho entire
ly rurod by miring proper (tlnsee
to relieve o)o strain and leeseu lift
It your Head or Eyes nelm try
Glasss fitted by '
For the M'lcctloii of
(iratlimllou Glfln mi
ooitliy in their lntllil.
kc merit na well as In
refined designs nnd
fluo workmanship, our
displays ot gold Jewel
ry hold every posslblo
ndrautago gift buyers
could look for.
Klngii, Dsr Pins,
LaVolIurfi Tidlot Sots.
Watches, ltlngs, .
Sonrf Plus, Fobs,
Chains, Cuff IluttotiH.
MAItTlN' .1. HEDDV
Por Jlntpltifl get
, ( t
" 1 1 SI
Einlnn n enoii of innny tumult ltn ttovss s nvjniifstlioed nt llio
mie ef twMitsure lmimil n, iUy,
'IliU b(e-AI )HlMton indlrnliw how lmt)Mty pepHbtf iliU dove
lias tcitni vlit it civivMiwoce
of ilia Lomilty, ikI hiII ba to
Fr Hut tttlstlt r It.rMrl
PEARL or EOCENE
Out nramt agent; b'lll
' First Run Servjcc
Prices 5c and 10c
CUT DOWN COST OF PRODUqTION, CUT OUT
HORSES AND MULES, USE THIS DENNINGf TRAC
TOR, 3500 LBS., 24 H. P $1200,00,
R, 3?. D. NO. 3. PHONE 07- J-2
'JUf,sfir. ' wh.' i i. ,. I
liVVs" 'v; '
nml sontlvrt n M te lit nemrmres
11k NEW PEIirHCTIOM tiers
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