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MEDgQRP Mail tribune
niTSit.mtiir.il MVKlir aH'MI
XXCKPT HUNDAY WYoTIlB
MKUrOItD l'JUNTINO CO.
The Dwoerntlo Times. Tlifl MeJforil
Mall. The McdMrd Trniune, Th South
wn Oregon inn. The Ashland Trlbnne.
Uf(CA MM1 Trlbuno ltullillnc. ti-37-Is
Narth Kir strti telrphono "6.
OlCOItafi PUTNAM, Kdltor nnd MsnsRtr
KnlerMl nil seeonrt-otns matter at
Mnlfonl, Oregon, under tho act of
Unroll 3, 1879,
t . . . i
.May "30 fupld with hfs
I, l)l, ,,-.,
how niul arrows has put Mora to rout.
Mors is i?cncrally supposed to havo
his homo In Germany, but tho tittle
Utypjfod has the grim old war god
tin tho run, for tho time being.
Germany's horoscope now I rn
In tho sign of wedding fortuities',
royal engagements, rumors ot.en.
csgoments, Jubilees, centennials and
other celebrations. The ruonoionou
tomtom of the so-called war and nr
ijiojp plalo press has parity :lvou way
to the wcddlnc march, and tho cll
worn .standing headlines. "Another
International Incident," "Interna
tional Situation Darker," "Army In
crease." etc., hnvo been crowded ou
of tho placo pf honor on tho Iro.t
pages for a few days.
With tho wedding of Princess Vic
toria Lulso to Prlnco Kraut of Cum
berland, duko of llrunswlck. liov.n
as tho "reconciliation niarri'Ko' just
four days off, extensive preparation
already havo begun for tho wcddluF
Qf cx-KIng Manuel to Auguslo Vic
toria of llohenz'ollcrn. The of"''il
confirmation of the rumored engage
ment of Prlnco Adalbert, tho kaUor's
third son, to Princess Olga of Cum
berland Is expected soon, and another
"American duchess" soon tu he
through tho coming mnrrlasa r.f
liuko Karl of Cfoy to Nancy j.ili
mnn, adds to tho topics of hcA-. l
hand which are keeping pu.illc inlad
eff wnr topics.
Tho fcitUo array which i:crlln is
even now beginning to don for the
loyal wedding between Hohcnollfrn
and Guclph wITI bo bar el taken oft
boloio It will don Its ben bib nud
tucker to eclobrato tho '.:iusj g-'d-cn
san rn.vxcisca -May at ntty
pounds udrantoo in weight and six
inches In height and a reach liko tho
arm of a derrick could not win to
night for Jess Wlllard, from Gun
boat Smith who won the rcfereo's
decision In tho last round of a 20
Tho heavier punch of n moro ex
perienced and aggresslvo veteran
counted for moro In tho result than
reach and tho strength of his tower
ing opponent and Inexperienco lost
Wlllard .had tho strength and cour
age but ho was too cood natured and
sluggish. In periods when bo might
havo won tho fight ho lacked tho
determination to push through for
victory. In periods when Smith was
n difficulty bo always bad tho ring
genoralshlp and cool-headed shifty
knowlodgo to pull him through.
TO ATTEND MEMOHAL
Tho memorial sermon to tho poat
of tho 0. A. It. at tho Prosbytorlau
church Siiulay, May 2G, at 11 n. .m.
Tho tiost and Woman's Itollof Corps
wjlj nttond In a Jiody.
, All patrlodu citizens aro invited to
ujttcud, Hpeqlai music for tho occa
sion, DENTAL OPERATION CURES
BAD CASE OF DEAFNESS
KPOKKB, Wnsli., riy l.-y-Af-tec
l)pin Ilonf In piiu ear for five
yeavif 3Uss A. Comloy in today in
f uy ,)0ShDssJQu jf her lienrin, follgw
in m tlt'jilnl pporiitjpu Omiil wliich
slio'lmil two troubjesomo teeth re
, y Tliq t jrs't irjtimitf ion . tlm( IVIfgs
Co!nley"jii(r Hint tlio decnyeil teeth
. efpiijjljnjisiWo for liur ijtt'licjiojj
tlieS')ijisr wgiu k!iu was overjoyed
official rjwr tr the city or Moroni. 0WUPr, a welched trotll tllO poCKCtS 01 IUO eonuuoii people,
' n7oTZT seeks to boccmo a parasite on organized labor by posing as
dneyW, uy man,- .".oo it ,rUi(ic, counsellor and preceptor beoause it wants
On inontli, d) niMl - - -.--.- l, , ' '
IVr innnth, diOterl by carrier In I iiiiiV DUlllllUH.
.ffl'nfJ,.!.! Tlu.Newsis one of a syndicate., newspaper that
WrVa? .m'r:8:fnriMi I dtios whore the standard of intelligonee is low
enough among sufficient proportion ro the population to
PIIDin QIIDDI AMTQ support such institutions. These syndicated catch-pennies
it I I ill irn HI 1 1) i,n Kinnnm imnnrhhi! exoont the desire for pennies. They
A JOURNALISTIC FRAUD.
TJIAT delectable shetiti the Portland 'News, which re
cently attracted attention outside tho slums it nircu
Intos in by wallowing up to its holly in tho nitre of Port
land's vice scandal niul secured passing notice by be
smirching tho fair name and good repute of the Y. M. C. A.,
is now championing tho referendum against tho state uni
versity and singing tho praises of Pnrkisou, petition forg
er and referendum fraud.
Tho News, which serves as a on I eh basin for the pennies
of tho poor to swell tho fortuno of its multi-millionaire
m . it , i 11 ! 1.. J
are lrieimiy 10 nujoruiuy .u mr u mn v.m au ni . .
sell cheaper than other papers because they give less than
other papers and are produced for less the principle econ
omy being in wages paid employes.
Those journalistic, -parasites on tho poor-affect a scorn
for higher education and higher intelligence. Professing
to stand for tho common people they can always bo relied
upon to rant against reforms which mean the progress of
tho race. But they aro always pandorers to sensational
ism because it rakes in tho pennies.
This most flagrant example of the mercenary dema
gogue in Oregon journalism, which is as much a fraud in
its pretended solicitude for the welfare of tho people as
Farkison is in referendums, quotes at length from a Mail
Tribune editorial which it is dishonest enough to credit to
Eugene papers and says '
"Tho News believes thecc articles havo bcon Inspired. If not wrllton.
by tho much advertised school of Journalism at the stato university: and
the News feels that no moro dangerous doctrine could bo taught In tho
state university than this doctrlno of using n department of tho people s
school to promulgate attacks on honest men. and to protect appropriations,
secured 5y qnesllonable methods, lly their fruits yc sholl know them, and
the fruit from the Kugeno troo In rotten.
"llcro la what tho sapient Journalists, trained by tho stnto university
at YOnit ?xino. hnvo to say about the men who havo released Orogou
from lis political bondage-.''
The News is as near truth as it over is misses it com-
plciely. . . ...
rite universitv "school of journalism" is not writing
Mail Tribune editorials, nor inspiring them, never has
sought to and is not likely to. It has no connection what
ever with the Mail Tribune, and sets the News an excellent
example bv minding its own business.
The News "lies by dav, lies by night, and lies for the
mere lust of lying," provided always there is a penny in
sight to pay for the lying. .
The News is now having a chance to explain m court
some of its lies and a battery of lawyers paid by the slave
driving beneficiary of its scaudal-monging, are seeking to
shield it from the legitimate result of its falsifying pro
pensities. As its contemporary, the Portland Spectator
"We havo tho News dodging and twisting. ,rra,nj,ln,ndl,b'!!t,1!n:
writhing and wriggling to escape tho very thing without which. It told us
acain and again, It would perish miserably. ,,.. t,
"Now. when tho law beckons It to show cause why t should not bo
punished for Its misdeeds. It yelps and cringes liko tho bullying, ruffianly.
mtlSti?lli influence In this city. It I. wholly devoid of any
sense of decency, or truth, or honor. It Is tho cxpretslon of a narrow,
brutalUcd vindlctlvo mind. Itself vicious, malicious and debased. It makes
its Appeal to the low mean and depraved. Its outlook Is from Jjtarnri
on I laughter pen; Its Inward view Is from a pesthouse to a carrlon-fllled
grave It takes as much courage to legally resent an Insult '' .?
as the unarmed farmer boy displays when ho seeks to chastise a skunk.
WASHINGTON. May 21 Tho con
viction is growing on folks nt tho
national capital that tho WilbOf
family which recently moved Into tho
houso at 1600 Peunsylv&n'a aveu '.
northwest, aro n pretty gcod sjrt.
Mr. Wilson may bo president. Mra.
Wilson may bo "tho first lady of tho
land," andjtho Misses Wilson may bo
social favq'rltes but taken individ
ually and as a whole tho Wilson
family is astonlshlnglyy lUc any
other real United States fUctlly.
In tho first place thp Vllcn fam
ily Is very "homo folksy." Slnco
.March 1, when the family moved !)
President Wilson has bem ft J)U own
firesldo almost every night that ho
nasn't been to tho theater with .Mrs
Wilson, or "one of the girls" Mrs.
Wilson has dono somo eutcnumiiu
In u quiet way. Sho has gi'en mv
i:ral llttlo musicals and hair had hev
ercl Bmall garden partlej on tho spa
clous white houso lawn. 'Urn Mliso
V. ltbon have been "doing the s-.ual
t !'. for the fumlly, and Mis Jowlo
Wilson has continued hu. hubby of
ecMuloglcal work and luvcttigsttoo
Uit It Is when tho prosldont takes
his pxerclso that thp Ppfforspiititii
simplicity comoB oukstrongest. W hen
Toft was in tho whito house an afi?'
noon stroll partook of tho naturo of
a ceromonlal. First cahio tho pru
dent walking, slowly and' sedutely us
becamu ouo. of his porticoes. On
either sldo of the president wiro Sec
rotary III1 aud Major ihodcs, c.ilcf
military aide. Liko as, not IMmdH
wus diked out In full drc'f;4 uiilfonn.
behind ihaui tlinjo and formliit; n
rear rank, were tbrco splqmn facid
seccrot stjrylco men plodding slqw
along and thlpklne of tl( days wJh-
LltnosovoU wus president nnd tl;ure
was real stronuoflty lu their Jobs.
When president Wllsqn goes walk
Ipj; hp gonorilly slips out tlio b.ack
door much to tho worry, of tlio scprot
Bo'rv'lco 'guards.-' IIo solium takes IiIh
pjllltnry jiide wtl h)ni. TIo presi
dent recently has ucqulreiJ tho "Jim
my" Sloan hiiblt. SqaiV la onq of
tljp. 6(;cj:gt sgryjcc1 injm ,ad . thero la
OTDFORT) matt; trtbotk
1K.. .iii.i in.i. l.ihmt MMlill'
Are Homy Folks
no othc'r)lko,i,Jlminy.,';,lf Sloan has
any onemles which Is doubfTuI
they would ndpit to their closest
friends that they liko Sloan. If was
first sight friendship botwecn sjopu
and President. Wilson, and when tb,c.
Jattpr walks, about tho capital now
aday Jimmy Hioan, is wun mm aim
tho twq, arp cljattlug away and laugn
ing liko two cqllcgo boys out on a
fark. There nrfl always other secret
servlco men bringing tip tho rear, but
you'd never know thoy were mom
bcrs of tho presidential walking
Tho president walks with n swlpg
Ing "get-thoro" sort of gait. Ho al
ways carries a cano nnd ho smiles
boyishly over things that Interest
hlra. IIo prefers tp walk through tho
streets rather than In the many beau
tiful public parks of Washington.
Tho president inado an Ineffectual
effort to abolish tho custom of Hay
ing a khaki uniformed motorcyclo
pollcetnar? trail along behind tho
whlto houso uutomobllo when ho
tnkos. motor trips, but ho didn't hayo
a chanco. James Sloan explained
away uu ins onjecuons.
CAltl) OK THANKS.
Wo wish to thank our many
friends nnd neighbors who assisted
us and extended sympathy during tho
Illness and death of our htmbund and
MI18. A, W. CMSMKNS
BO AND FAMILY.
Two men who can furnish horsp
nnd harness and good references to
act as collectors and salesmen, Mod-
ford and Jackson county. Good pay
to right parties. Singer Sowing
Machine. A. A. Allen, Mgr Hotel
Mombers of the Commercial club
and others who will loan tho uso of
automobiles for tho cutertaiumcut of
tho vlsltjng Oijd FoIIowh will pleaso
have thorn at tlio Nat at 5 o'clock
thlu afternoon. " .
COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS
lie It remembered, that n rviuilur
term of tho Cotpity Court of Jnotyson
County, Stntniof Oregon, was liotnm
nud hold nt Jncksouvlllu In tho court
house In tho said county nnd slitto on
Wuduostlny. tho Tth day of May,
It) 1 3. tho tlnui flxd by law tor tho
huldlim of said court, when worn
prwont Hon. I 1.. TouVolle, County
Judge! J. 0. Smith, County Commis
sioner; 0. A. Onrdnor, County Ololk,
nnd W. II. Slnglor. Slurirf, when tint
following business vus transacted:
lteport of Jus. M. Cronomlllo)-,
County Treasurer, showing a tmtnncu
of r,i),5?1.3l on hiiud May 1, 1913.
Hoporl of Fred I,. CoIvIk. County He
cordor. showing the ninnunt of fnos
rollectod unil turuud over to tho
Treasurer to bo $470. HO tor tlio
month of April, lteport nt U, A
Oardner, County Clerk, showing tho
amount of foa collected and turiol
uvi'r to tho Tnuisurttr to bo taiu.o
for lint mouth of April, wlicrouiwm
nil of tho foregoing tvporta U"6m ac
cepted nnd approved. '
lloiul ut W. II. Slngler as Hliurlff
Tho following deputies wero np
proxed. for W. II Slngler. Sherltr:
K. M. Wilson, 1-3. W. Wilson nud J.
In tho mntlor of tho rcauest for
damngi's to estnto of Arthur P. Her
bert by tiro from rond ouglnu, In tho
amount of StVl.tUi. samo was disal
lowed, Soml-nnnunt statement of County
Trensurer Jns. M. Crononilller for
sit months ending March 31, 191.1,
examined nnd approved.
Ordered thut J. S. Howard survey
a road ncross tho Siskiyou mountains
from Harrons to tlio California Hue.
Claims agnust the county wuro
acted upon as follows, to-wlt:
I). It. Crononilller, agisting
export t 01.00
J. C. Smith, rommlsstoncr's
salary ...r. 22.00
F. L. TouVello, county Judgo'
salary .... ISO. 00
F. U TatiVolla, traveling ox-
pensoa .... , 10.00
W. It. Wann, cxperllng
books ......... 100.00
K. S. Wilson, bailiff .... 3.00
Frank Cusshnfer. bailiff .. C1.00
K. I). Adamsou, witness .. 3.70
II. J. Aydlott. wltuosi . . .. 2.U0
Frank llurgess, Juror 35.00
A. C. Coldwell, witness . . .. 3.20
J. II. Coleman, witness 2,70
Jns. Campbell, Juror .... 32.00
W. 11. Coleman, Juror ..... 13.00
Chas. Coppock, Juror ft 2.00
C. F. Dunford. Juror .. .. 12.00
It. F. Dean. Juror ... . 40.00
J. W. Orovor, Juror 18. SO
W. F. Itolbert, Juror C0.0U
Ceo. Holcomb, Juror &2.00
M. J. Hall, Juror 12.00
Johu J. Murphy, Juror CO. 80
Joe Martin, Juror 2.00
A. C. Manning, Juror 32.00
Oua Mitchell, Juror .. . . 9.00
Mrs. Aunn McPhersou. wit
J. W. McCoy, witness 3iJ0
II. F. Peart, Juror. .. ..., . 45.00
Robert II. Paxso'n, Juror,... 39.80
Hollls Parks. Juror....:'....:... 13.80
J. U. Itowc. Juror 00.00
J. P. ltlttor, Juror 41.00
J. K. Stowart, Juror 41.00
J. M. Williams, talesman. .. 2.00
J. W. Wilson, Juror... 12.00
O. Wllsey, Juror 44.00
Total . 83S.S0
Scott Doyer, constablo fcos 1.S0
W. V. lllnckert. Juror 1.00
Johu Cook, wltnosj. ... .... 10. (A)
ItanUIn Kates, constablo fees 2.10
Kankln Kates, constablo fees 3.30
Itanktn Kstcs. comtablo fees 4. 75
llshkln Kte. constable fees 3.00
F. M. Ollmoro, witness ... 1.00
Dr. J. F. Hurt, witness 2.0f
M. w. Hlatt. juror l.oo
C. K. Hooper, witness 2.30
M. S. Johnson, Jurqr 1.00
J. N. Jacobs, Juror 7.00
Mrs. Ulchard Moo, wltui'ss H35
Kmll Pell, witness 1.00
Henry Provost, witness 1.00
Si A. Parker, witness 1.00
M. Powell, witness 1.00
A. U. Itfiwley, witness 4 1.00
II. F. Itvescr, wllnm 2.30
O O. Taylor, Justlco fees.... 7.35
O. O. Taylor, Justlco fees.... 8.80
Q, O. Taylor, Justice fees.... 8.45
O. O. Taylcr, Justice fees.... 7.45
Hd Thompson, Juror..... 1.00
O. V. Worts, Justlco fees.... 2,45
O. W. Wilcox, Juror.i..... 1.00
J. Q. W&lker, witness 1.00
Total .....!... 80.30
D. D. Good, deputy sheriff
hire ..'. 9.00
Aug. D. Slngler, sheriff sul-
nry - 256.56
W. H. Hlngler, sheriff . sal
ary .. .: ;.'.. 77.77
B. W. Wilson, doputy sher
iff salary 4 75.0Q
F. L. Coleman, doputy cleric
(1. A. Gardner, clork salury 250,00
Jus. M, Crononilller, treas
urer's salary 100,00
Jan. M. Crononilller, deputy
Conmei-'N flfflro iiimI IwiucsU.
N. II. H rad bury, Juror........ 1.00
M. Illshop, Juror 1.00
II. K. Golden, witness 1.C0
It, K. Golden, Inquest phys
Joo Johnston, wtmus 1.00
A. K. Kcllngg, coronur's fet-M .'13,35
Geo. Lawnspaugh, wltiloss.. 1,80
1). T. Lawtun, Juror 1-00
Nick Mltcholl, witness 1.80
Murtln McDonougli, Juror.... 1i00
J. A. Perl, coroner's oxponso.... 20,50
J. A. Perl, wltnoss 1.00
John A. Perl
Lady Assistant. '
2 H, HAUTMTrT
l'hoiies M, 47 niul 47-.T-2
J Arobulauco Servlco Deputy Coroner
W10D.NKRT)AY, ; MAY
i-it 'Axma.iai-! m-ut-amuvu-i l.uj'"Jn.tnv
K. II. lMekMl, wlliiosH
W, II. SluKlor, wltnosH,,
O. V. Tngwnld, Jurni...
II. J. TrqwbrUlKPi Juror.,
School Hupt, I mice,
(1. W, Auor, supurvUor sul-
I). C. Ilonry, HUpprvUor's
salary t. 120.00
Mayo II. Wulls, deputy imp-
irlntendttit iilro -11,25
J, Peroy Widls, supornten
dent's salary .. 150,01)
Total n.:A..:... 431. 2W
l-'rult liixpoi'torVt Offlns
j. c. Akin, deputy fruit in
Bpitctor Ashlnnili'-ltcMiid, pilntliiK
Clydn Ilnruum, deputy fruit
Clvdu llnlnli 111. deputy fruit
1). U. Cole, itprnyliiK trots ...
Contral Point llcrnlil, prtnt
liii: spruy Notice
llouiit.Tl. ft Teh Co., ttl
phono hill ..!
Hemphill R. Martin, spray
J. W Myers, deputy fruit In
P. J. O'Uiira, fruit Insiiout-
or's salary 410.00
P. J. iVOnrn, offlro cxptiuno 51.50
h F. Smith, ilopnty fruit In-
spoefnr ' ..- 10U.7B
AmIiIuiiiI Tidings,' printing
spray millro ,... 1.70
Total . . ..
P. II. Dully, deputy
A. II. Flshar, deputy . . . .
Chaunrey l-'lowy; 'deputy...
Clint Onllatlu, deputy
Kntio M. (Irluve, doputy
B. O. (lodtovw, ileputy . .. .
W. T. (Irluve, traveling x,
iHiuses . . Jxift
W. T. (trlprc, ussessor's snl
nry . .1
K. A. Illldrotli. deputy
(leo. F. Hull, deputy .... .
P. M. Jnnuey, doputy
(leo. luiuil. deputy 104.00
A. W. Moon, deputy 100.00
Kltu l'urkoypllir ditputy ... f!5.bo
W. W. Truax, deputy Ufi.00
Jay IVrrlll, deputy flti.HO
l). Wlulors. deputy- .v. .. lot. (JO
W. II. IIo wmi. labor 7S.00
Amy C, Dow, labor 7S.00
K. C. Honsett. Inbor ... 2S.50
Quy Harper, Inbor 7S.00
Alleen Kingsbury, labor 0')
Mlunlo Kelly, Inbor 7h 0
l.uko llynn, rent for build
lug for uso of collecting 25 00
(Continued on 1'oro Five)
I'AMOl'K IlHAUl'V (llVr-S lipil
stx'itin' to t'h'i: wditi.i)
l'rvo Prescription Von (,iw
pure nt Your Otw Home ,
Many women tnko perfect enro of
their fnqo nnd clotht-s, yet negloct
their hands. Hough, n-d hands aro
almost as unattractlyo ns Ill-kept
It Is n simple, cas mattqr to keop
jour hands smooth nud beautiful.
Tho following proscription, which
)ou can compound at jour own homo
Is famous for the marvelous, Install
tuncous rosults It glvos;
(let from your druggist one ounce
of Kiilux Compound. Put It In a
two-ouueo bottle, odd a uuurtcr of
au ounce of witch hnzcl, fill with
water and shuku well. , ,
You will bo surprised at tho p
suit when upplle'd to your hands,
arms, faco, neck or shoulders. Uloiu
Ishes of every lntl dtauppvar as f by
magic. Fruckles, tan, rough skin,
coarse purcs yield Instantly to this
application. It Is dcllclously cool
and soothing and Is not uffected by
perspiration. It will pot rub off.
Thin Is tho prevcrjptlon of a famous
Small Irrigated ranch near city
reservoir. Houso, burn, shed, etc,
Telephono and city water. Family
orchard, bonlcsrgardon. New frio
soil nil plantod. Ideal location for
mnrket gardening, hurries or small
orchard, Jluy this ranch, now and
got tho benefit of this your'n crop,
II. L. NO 1 1 1,1 T, Owner
Oregon's Moat up-.tiwlnto l'jro-prool
Wnrohousp wth Ilurglnr-proor
, Vnul'f.. .'
For ratoB apply
MEDFORD REALTY &
um ti s!.jrjiii.""j' .-J-: .
Proud ns you 1110 of tlio duughtitr,
nnd proud ns sho U of grndiiutlnn
houurs thuru Is soon hut n memory
of such ovnnln unless purtrnlt Uot'p"
lint record of oiicli mlloHtouo of
Our stylos of school plcturou nro
npproprlato to tho orcuslon,
Mnko 11)0 nppqlntmont oiirly,
H. C. MACKEY
Afnln nnd Conjrni .
Clark a Wriglit
":-' LAWYER3 'it
WASUlJSdTO, D. 0.
Puhllo Lsud Mnttorst Final Proof.
Drt Lauds, Contest nnd Mlnln
' Stoam and Hot Water
All Work ChinrsntMd
OOFFEEN & PRICE
Kowsrd Block. SntrsnM on lb II-
atm rtiop so.
You will fiml It pxlruiiifly con.
vi'tilont if your Iuminiiuio Iiiih Iiuuii
plnuuil in i ounipniiy wliloh pny
itH loHsc.H promptly, nud in full.
1 luivc no other kind.
R. H. McGurdy
401 M. P, 6 II. Bldg. Phono 313
r.-ivr. r f r.Y.i ." 1 nfs uiSMvusXaf !f V
' 2J2 Turk gtroot
ITiiicst popular priced
Hotel iu Situ Francisco
Official Photographer of tlio
Medford Commercial Club
Amateur Finish big
Interior and exterior viowa
Negatives made auv time
and any place by appoint
ment. 208 E. Main Phono 1471
hotel in the
Citv. Running dhftillcd
ice water in each rqom.
European Plan, a la Carte
Tariff on Rooms
12 rooms .
$0 rooms r
00 rooms vrith print Mth
SO rooms vita wirte ids
30 suites, bedroom, par-
lor end bath - - 3.00 earh
For more than one cueit add $1.00
ex(r to the above rstes for
each additional guest.
Reduction by week or month. $
f j'tiMl tjyiTaTJriBtVr!.! 7wl'
.. Lckuoo of drill and Dining iloom. .
WHERE TO OO
, I irif .'
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