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MEDFORD MAIL TRTKUNR MWDFOUD, OU'MdOX, MONDAV, MAY HO, H)tL.
A fnrowoll party given Wednesday
cVonltig nt 'tho homo ot Mrs. Arthur
Aklns by lltb young ladles' Amonn
Ulblo c!aB8 of the Huptlst church wns
In honor of tho Misses Nora Daley,
Lucia Kent, Harriet Complon, Tes
sera Drown, Carrlo Johnsoni Ruth
Wilson. All were dressed as little
girls. Korly were present. Refresh
ments wore served nt tho close of h
Kodak work done nently and
quickly at Gregory's, tho old reliable.
Miss Florence' .Tansen cama from
Portland Sunday morning to JolnMtor
parents, who .have located here re
cently. Mr. Jansen has established
the new hydraulic cement brick and
Gregory Is making big reductions
on nil photos to graduating pupils.
Miss Helen Drown spent Sunday nt
Butte Falls with friends.
i Mr. nnd Mrs. A. D. Williams were
among tho excursionists who visited
Duttc Falls Sunday.
Money to loan on first mortgages,
mixed farms preferred; rates reason
able. W. D. Hodgson, Ashland, Ore.
John Hall McKay left Saturday
evening for Medford, where he
joined tho Medford men who were
visiting that city and motored back
Mrs. Court nnd daughter of Fort
Jones are hero visiting Mrs. W. D.
Lewis nnd family.
Dr. M. C. Darbcr, physician and
surgeon, has moved from tho M. F.
& H. building to room 9 Palm block.
Opposite tho Nash hotel. 64
Fred Lewis was In from his Eagle
Point ranch Saturday.
S. A. Newell. ladles' tailor, 4th
floor M. F. & II. Co. bldg.
C. S. Newhall spent Saturday In
D. B. Reamc, the Wonder soap and
talc man, Is the best sowing machine
repairer on tbo coast. 246 North
Roger Hitchcock of Eaglo Point
spent Sunday in Medford as- the
guest of M. L. Erlckson.
Cordwood, hardwood and fir $4.50
per single cord. Special low prices In
carload lots. Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Cth and Fir.
Manager McKeany of the Pro
ducers Fruit company has returned
from an extended business trip north.
Carkln & Taylor (John H. Carkin,
Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-at-law,
over Jackson County Bank building,
Medford Woodmen of the World
and Ladles of the Circle arc plan
ning a picnic next Sunday at Ash
land and all members of the order
aro urged to attend. They will
leave Medford at 8:45 a. m. and re
turn at 4:4S p. m. Well filled lunch
baskets will be taken by each mem
ber of the party and a royal good
time Is expected. The day will be
spent in tho grovo above Ashland.
Cordwood, hardwood and fir $4.50
per slnglo cord. Special low prices In
carload lots. Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Cth and Fir.
Mrs. and Miss Yockcy spent Sun
day at Butte Falls. Miss Gcraldine
Rukes accompanied them.
See R. A. Holmes, The Insurance
Man,- over Jackson County bank.
tMr. and Mrs. Gus Samuels visited
Table Rock Sunday.
B. D. Weston, commercial photog
rapher, negatives made any time or
placo by appointment. Phono M. 1471
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Smith, Miss
Smith arid a number of frlendB vis
ited Butte Falls Sunday.
G. H. Eads has ?urcnased tho coal
and fuol business formerly conducted
by J. W. Barbitlgo nnd will at all
times have In stock a full and com
pleto lino of fuel of all kinds, In
cluding mill block wood for summer
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. M. Gablt of Gold
Ray were Medford visitors Sunday.
Ed' Root vlEltcd Ilutto Falls Sun
day. ( i -
Kodak finishing, the best, at Woe
ton's, opposite book store.
J. N. Smith spent Saturday In
WeB Ingram of upper Evans creek
Is. visiting friends here.
Miss MargUerlto Holmes spent
Sunday in Ashlabd with her friend,
Miss Mae Hash.
Cordwood, hardwood and fir T4,50
per single cord. Special low prices In
carload lots. Gold 'Ray Realty Co.,
Cth aud Fir.
J, A. 'Kllbuni and family left Sat
urday for 8an Francisco, whero Mr.
KllbUru has employment.
T. R. Evans of the Galice mining
district is In Medford on business
connected with his joining property
In that Becflon. '
Say ruoa M71
Vlgkt NohmI jr. W. Wetka 1071
JL X, Or, MM
K, J. Lewis or Central Point spent
.Monday in Medford on business.
Clarence' Roames returned Sunday
afternoon from a week's business vis.
It nt Seattle. .
Airs. T. J. Young of Dunrom spent
Sunday with rrlonds In this city.
George Turner of upper Rogue
river Is In Medford with a number of
young horses which he is endeavor-
Ing to sell.
Gcorgo Von dcr Hellon of Eaglo
Point was a recent visitor In Mod
ford. Dr. J. F. Roddy has returned from
a short business trip north.
JOhn Hall McKay, Lincoln McCor
ralck. George Kramer aud Whltconib
Field motored down from Roscburg
Sunday. They report tho roads In
S. S. Swonnlng has returned from
a trip to the Applegate, where he
went In the Interests of tho Crater
Mrs. F. E. Patterson of Woodvllle
is spending a few days In Medford
Miss Alice Peters of Ashland Is vis
iting friends in Medford,
Harry Treat of Talent spent Mon
day In Medford on business.
J. H. Buchanan of Williams creek
Is In Medford on a short business
trip. Mr. Buchanan owns one of the
most extensive alfalfa ranches on
Guy Bishop who Is teaching school
ot Eaglo Point, spent Satnrday and
Sunday with Medford friends.
V. J. Emerlck hns returned from a
business trip to Montana,
J. E. Enjart has returned from a
visit In southern California.
Tho regular monthly meeting of
the Medford Merchants association'
will be held this evening in the Odd
Fellows hall. The ladies of the
Greater Medford club will servo a
Louis P. Cunningham of Big
Butte is.-spending a few days in
Medford with friends,
Leslie G. James of Willow Springs
is visiting Medford on business con
nected with mining claims he has in
tho Willow, Spring-district.
nOGUE RIVER FREE
rSiOM ORCHARD BLIGHT
After four years of persistent la
bor on the part of the office of Pro
fessor P. J. O'Gara, through tho or-
chardlsts ot the valley, Rogue River
Valley can be said to be absolutely
freo from blight. Though the disease
had never obtained a firm footing in
the orchards, indications have from
time to time broken out. in different
parts of the valley for the past four
years In the spring and summer
months, and only tho hard labor of
the enterprising orchnrdists have sav
ed the valley from similar fates that
are nwaiting the pear districts of Cal
ifornia through their neglect.
Tho first year's struggle against
tho dread fruit destroyer had Its ef
fect in 190S, and the Increased en
ergy expended In tho next two years
had its effect In reducing the disease
to a very small per cent of the first
During the winter orchard own
ers were requested to visit nil their
trees and weed out the Infection, be
fore the sap got into tho branches
and spread the disease when the trees
began to bloom. Realizing the Im
portance of such a campaign, all who
had signs ot blight in tho previous
years worked strenuously at pruning
off Infected branches. As a result,
not a single case has been reported
When the work was first started,
orchardlsts wero Inclined to procras
tinate and leave the matter rest, hop
ing that the disease would wait until
tho owner hdd time to look after the
matter. Some even declared that
they would do nothing to check the
disease. Rigid laws wero passed by
tho county court which empowered
tho fruit inspectors to order all In
fected trees cut to the ground. This
had Its effect for the first year, when
tho orchardlsts, realizing tho Import
ance of keeping their orchards in a
cloan state, took the work for them
selves. With tho assurance that tho valley
Is free from discaso and the excellent
prospects for a banner year, orchard
lsts and citizens are extremely pleas
ed with tho prospects of tho year.
Christy Mathowson wa set back
flvo shiners by the umpire in a recent-
game -for discoloring" the- ball.
Thoy say It wus "Matty's" first fine.
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The Suit Man
Call and look ovor twelvo hundred1
samples of tho latest weaves In
A made to your measure suit, ab
solutely guaranteed to tit, guaran
teed all puro wool and guaranteed to
hold Its shapo, Mado to your meas
$i8.oo io $io.oo
Room 8, Palm Building.
ft 1 . V
Eleven intiimr--.Medford 5 A-U-land
tflu' name yoidordny vn (borough
Iv riviftU'rt by (he funs', nlthotnth the
chilly weather kept it tttttulior of the
roKulnrs nt home. Allowing '
erul error which were the lv-ult of
lark of pruetu'c, the gnuie wii .k
good one, ivory piny beiiiir eon-Miie
tioiw for their idwonoc.
Ahlnml Mnrtcd in with "J hits in
euoh oC the fiit thieo initios, net
ttttsr o runs Medford getttnt: ;i runs
in the firt, hv menu- of n pass ami
!1 singlet. Hurgv-s replaced l.e-tcr
in the fourth nnd there was nothing
doing until in the fifth. Thorn's two
acker to left field .".cored Skcou for
Ashland and in I he i.th Morton dup
licated Ihe stunt for Medfoid, scor
ing Trniiv and llentrnm. Interest
was kept nlive hv clo.e placing but
there ws iiu more scoring until Hit
ninth, when Phillips scored for Ash
land on the throw in of Klum's long
drive to Ihe left fence". In the lnl
of the ninth, with two out. the game
seemed already cinched for Aslilmul.
when mi minecessnrv throw to third
got bv nnd Tolled among the automo
biles, nltmving lug and Gill to score.
The excitement from that time was ni
fever heat. Tninv putting nil end to
the suspense in the cleu'itth by driv
ing a s-crentner out to tlte fence, il
luming Isiuics to score tile winning
run " '
The Ashlnnd team deserve more
than n pu-siug word of credit, plac
ing with snilp and popper nil the time.
Phillips, in the box for Ashland, ul
though somewhut wild nt times, ee:n
ed to steady down in the pinches nnd
succeeded in striking out 10 of the
Medford boys. It should" be home Ji
mind nl-o that the Ashland nine i
practically the High school nine.
On tho Medford side, it was like
old times to sec Pug (suites nnd Wall
Antlo in the garden, nailing 'em is
Usiinl, nnd Doc Morton slamming out
two-baggers. Hiirges1 was in hi
best form, getting i) strike-outs and
only allowing 5 hits. With So ninny
of the old guard in ihe line-up, next
Sunday's game against our old rivals
from Grants Pas will be red hot, as
both teams are out to win, and one ot
them will. Score by innings :
Ashlnnd ' ? '" .
R. 1 1 2 0 I 0 0 0 1 0 0. ... . 7
M. 2 L '' 0 I 0 0 2 0 0 11
It. II II II 0 fl 2 0 0 2 0 1 8
ii. :i i i) i i i n o n 2 li
Batteries; Ashland, Phillips, Ply
male; Medford, Lester, Pnrgos,
Grunts Pas-, took Central Point
into enuip Sunday afternoon by a
score of 5 to 0. Over lot) fans jour
neyed on a special train from tho
Point to attend the game. There wns
great rivalry in Ihe grandstand. The
game, pis good throughout.
(Continue!! from Page 1.)
mo. Thero will bo no scene. My
ministers have taught mo how to
DOSTON, MUy 20. Tho crime for
which Clarence Virgil Thompson
Rlchcson, at the tlmo of his arrest
pastor ot tbo lintnanucl church of
Cambridge, was sentenced to dlo In
tho electric chair, was the confessed
murder of his former sweetheart, 19
years old AvIb Llnnell, of Hyannls, a
pupil IU tho Now England Conserva
tory ot Music In Boston.
The girl stood In tho way of the
minister's marrlago to Miss VIoIot
Kdmands, A society girl mid heiress
of Drooklluo, both through ah en
gagement which 8tlll existed between
tho two and because of a condition
In which Miss Llnnell found hbrsclf.
Tho girl was deceived Into taking n
poison given her by RIcheson, which
she believed would remedy thut con
dition and died In her roomri at tho
Young Woman's Christian associa
tion, on tho evening of Oclobor 14,
1911. On that day invitations had
Tjepn Issued for tho wedding cere
mony which was to unlto Itov, Mr.
Rlcllcson mid Miss Hdmauds,
Attracted to Ulri.
As pastor ot a Hiimll church In tho
Capo Coi town of HyaniilH two years
before, tho handHoino and olotpiutit
minister, then 33 years old, had been
attracted to Avis LlnnoH, who was
an exceptionally pretty girl of 17
yours. 8ho lived with her parents,
her father, Edgar Llnnell, being a
contractor and builder. It was hor
umbltlon to become a teacher and
alio wns tittendlng tho btato normal
school at Hyannlfj.
Miss Llnnell joined Rlohcson's
church, wus baptized by him and be
came a tnomber of tho church choir,
SIXTY-TWO MEN UNABLE TO UPSET LIFEBOAT
HtiudrtHls of highly Interested xpeOtutoM watchrd the tests of n llfclwiat
In tho East River, Xtw York, under the supervision of State and federnt wtllcen
-nd army officers. The craft was the Luudln deeKcd lifeboat, built by tbu Wrl
land Quadrant iVLanc De C.'root Company, whoso otllce force supplied the sup
posedly shipwrecked crew and passengers. Under orders they performed a
nearly llfco maniacs as possible In efforts to upsot the boat. There weru sixty
two persons In It, nnd when they all sat on one side nnd leaned out over tlm
water th failure of tbe liont to turn turtle or even to dip IU loaded gutiwalb Into
lio chopiy Cast ltlrcr water made an Impression.
In a short time, early In WOO, Miss)
Llnnell wan displaying a diamond j
ring and confided fa her girl friends
that she wns to be married to the
mlnl.stero tbu following October.
Abandoning her plan ot becoming a
school teacher, MIm Llnnel began
preparations for her wedding. Some
of her trousseau wns completed and
tho, two paid a visit to Rev. Edward
S. Cotton of Urewster, who was
asked to officiate at tho ceromony.
Arcusfil of Stealing'
Friction developed between Rlchc
son and his deacons in June, 1910,
over tho young minister's Impetuous
manner and his violent language.
Thero was also a question as to the
loss of $50 In money which hail been
left by a parishioner In tho pastor's
study. Tho minister declared ho had
been robbed of the monoy. Shortly
afterward It wat) learned that ho had
sent a similar sum by monoy order
from a nearby totrn to n woman in
Salt.Lnko City, I'tab. llUrcslgna
tlon followed and ho accepted a calf
to the Immanncl Haptlsl church ot
When RIcheson went to Cambridge
MI8H Llnnell went to the Conserva
tory of Music In Ronton. Sho was
Induced to attond tho ronservntory
by the minister In tho Iden that by
the cultivation of hor voice, which
had given signs of much pmuilsu in
tho Hyannls chnrch choir, sho would
hotter fit hcnclf to become his wife.
On tho minister's roromniondallon
tho girl took a room at tho Young
Woman's Christian association quar
ters on Warrentou street. Ronton. Silo
proved a diligent student and con
tinned her church work by teaching
In tho Sunday school of Tremont
Teniplo, tho leading Baptist church
of tho city. Thero woro frequent
meetings between Miss Liunc'l and
Stirrer In Cambridge.
Tho Succenses which tho youiiR
preacher attained In his larger
sphere of usefulness mado a marked
Impression upon him. Surrounded
by Influential friends and associates
his ambitions widened. Ho began to
pay court to MIsh VIolot Edmnnds of
Rrookllno, tho daughter of Mobch
Crant Kiliuuud it prominent Baptist
layman and trustee of tho Newton
Theological snilnnry, from which
RIcheson had heert gi'ad dated. Miss
ICd man (1b was prominent socially nnd
wns wealthy In liei own right, oh
well as entitled io shnro In tho es
tato of fioiito 1880 000 left by hor
grandfather. Kntranco to tho oxcln-
slvo homo of the Edmnnds had been
easy to tho minister as tho pastor of
tho church tho family attended, and
in a short tlmo ho was accepted as
suitor for tho datightor'H hand,
' At tho snrno tlmo RIcheson was
mooting Miss Linnoll us formerly.
Hut ono day ho borrowed thd dia
mond ring ho had given her, on tho
pretext that tho stono needed reset
ting. Ho did not rcthrn It. Even
tually tho newspapers iihnouncod tho
engagement of RoV. Mr. RIcheson
and MIbh VIolot Edmanda. Tho Lln
nell family dprnanddd an oxplanntlon.
Tho minister promptly declared tho
Htory a "newspaper fako" and was
Kills lrl Iltforo Wedding Day.
Tho invitations to tho wedding of
RIcheson and Miss Edmnnd.s woro
sent out tho afternoon f Saturduy,
October 14. Thut samo aftomoon
RIcheson dined with Avis Llnnell t
a llttlo restaurant In tho Rack Hay.
While thero tlm girl nppoarod do
pressed. At tlmos tears rolled down
hor chookfl. YVhon sho returned to
hor lodging placo, howovor, sho
seomed cheerful, although quickly,
excusing herself and hurrying away
to hor room.
Groans wuro hehnl coming from a
bathroom of tho association ouurtors
shortly after 7 o'clock that evening
Tho door was broken In aud Miss
Llnnell wns found partially uncon
scious nnd apparently In great agony.
Half an hour later sho died without
A belief that tho girl had commit
ted, suicide wns nt first general, but
her family wero disposed to discredit
tbu report, nnd a thorough Investiga
tion was made.
RIcheson confessed his guilt In a
statement written by himself on Jan
tmr:i and given out by bis eon until
on January 0. Tho routcuslnu wns
addressed to his coiiiimoI and read
"Deeply penitent before my sins,
and earnestly desiring as far as In
my power lies to make atonement, I
hereby confess that 1 mil guilty of
tho nffenso ot which I nt a ml Indict
ed. I am moved to this courso by
no Indurument of self benefit of len
iency. Heinous ns Is my, orlmo, (lod
has not wholly rihaiuloitod me, and
my conscience and manhood, how
ever depraved and blighted, will not
admit of my still further wronging
by a public trial her whosu pure
young life I have destroyed.
"Tudor tbo lashings of remorse, I
have suffered ntul am suffering the
torturus of tho damned. In this I
find a measuro of comfort. Hi my
mental nngulsh I recognize thero Is
still, by tho morcy of tho Master,
soma remnant of tho divine spark
ot gooduoBS still lingering with mo.
I could wish to llvo only becaus.
within soma prison's walls I anight,
In somo small measure, redeom my
sinful past, help hoiuo despairing
soul and at liiHt find favor with my
"You aro Instructed to dollvcr this
to tbo district nttorney or to tho
Jiulgo of tho court. Slnceroly yours,
Clarence V. Tltlrlioson."
RIcheson was taken Into court on
January 9, pleaded guilty of tho
murder of AvU Linnoll nnd wna sen
toured to bo electrocuted at tho
Chnrlostown Htato prison In tbo week
beginning May 19,
A negro murderer, Houry II
Rutts, hnH boon tbo constant com
panion of RIcbcHou hIiico his act of
solf-niiitllatlon. Tho negro has lak-
Tells on the Kidneys
.Medford People llao Pound Tills to
Tho strain of overwork tolls on
tho weakened kidneys nioro quickly
than on any other organ of tho body.
Tho hurry and worry of biisliieim
men, tho heavy lifting nnd stooping
of workmen, tho womon'H household
rnro.1, tond to wear, wonkon nnd In
J ii io tho klduoyH until thoy ran no
longer filter tho poison from tho
blood and tho wholo body suffers
from tho waste matter that uccuinit
lutes. Tho Woiikonod kidneys need
quick assistance, Donu's Klduoy
I'llls nrb prnpacd ofijieclnlly for
sick, weakened kbit : tlicl. worn
out backs havo cured thojihiiiiilH of
hiicIi fuses. Convincing proof In a
.Medford oltl.on's statomont.
Mih. Gruco Skoetoni, (! W. Jack
sou St., Medford, Oro., sayH! "J can
recommend Doiui'h Kidney i'llls",
proem-oil at HitHklnB' drug storb, for
pain mid Htlffnesu In thu back mid
other HymptoniH of kldiloy troublo,
'litis remedy relieved mo when I
i tod It and I havo boon well ovor
I'or oiilo by nil doalors, Price fiO
coutH, PoBtor-Mllburn Co,, nuffalo,
N'rw York, solo agents for thu Unltoil
Romombor tho naiiio Donn'a
and tuko no other,
on it oeitulii prhlo In ucivlng Itlche
moii, who ImH bei'omo ho attached l
the iittcnlloiiH or nulla Unit tho ho
lt rn Iiiih been allowed to icinaln, al
though bin cilino wills Mr liiipiln
hifiit l I'lmrleMuwn,
BLUFF INTO RIVER
ST. PA PL, Minn . Mnv 20 Scoion
of piiHHongem nut iow In miiped death
today wVtcn tho flrl section of Mu
pioneer limited, of the PIiIciiko, Mll
wniikcu ft Ht. Pit ii I rnlli nnd, plumed
nur tin oinbituhiiicut Into tbo MIm
Hliudppl t'lvoc near l.ttnillb, Minn.
TM sleeping ritrti'niid tha'btfjwiiHO1
and buffet mm wore partially sub
mcigod. .NO oiio wan llljncoil !
Among tln pammiiKiUH wtm Pro-d
dent llcMkltli of t lie Hcnttlo cumuli,
uhoounped Imhtirt. .
SUFFRAGETTE LAVENDER TEA
GIVEN I)Y MRS. M'KEE
Mist. I'liiill? MiiK'iik nkl-l.il liv
..-.. ... ,
Mrn. Wiilter .Mct'nllilin ! Mciltni'd,
gat n Hul'frnjceltc luvciidiM- leu Li
tile IikIIpm of the Willow Spring tlis
tiict Snliitditv iiftcWiiiou, nl her home
nenr Seven Oaks ulntlnu, which wax
uttciidqd by 301110 tliiil.V huluiH of the
Mriuity, iieailv nil of whom iirv ind
ent ndocnics of I ho eiuise.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
APTOMOHILK gElt VIPK llv the;
day or hour. Spcclnl rates to fluh-1
lug partlen. Phono Mi;-I-1. nri
VOW. S.M.K- Imperial Peklu duck
oKfcs for lintrlilng. Pnlrvlinv Or
chards. 2 miles went of Cent nil
Point on JuiknoiiNllle nnd tlolrt
WANTED -Mint and wlfn to woTk
aud keep hoimo In town, for one.
!'. Y Allon, Medford. Ore.
WANTED Uookkocpcr, experienced
and competent man; must bo a
thorough bookkeeper. Answer by
letter of application (thing rofr
cntoH mid experience; wagon r
to start. Ilox H. P., Tilbinic, f2
FOR SALE New eight room bunga
low, ntrlctl modern. bct locution
In city. Cost JtlOtiO. Will accept
$ tr.00. half ciihIi AildretM No
Agents, tnro Tribune fi2
d w. 2).
Tito ntwoluto vcgotablo purity of 8. 8B. has always be
strongest potntrt in Itn favor, nnd U one of tbo prtnolpul run
tbo most widely known ntul unlvcmnlly used of oil blnod
wrens mnnv of thn an-cnlliHt blood
strong mineral inlxturva which act so unpleasantly nod dlxostrottily on
tho dullonto inombninea nnd thuuort of tho ntomnch and lxwel. thut wvnri
if nuch troatinont tiurlrtod tho blood, tho condition luwhuh tlia iltgcstivo
srstomU loft would oftou bo inoro datiinglng to the Imalth tbaii tho original
trouble Not so with a. 8. H. It i.s tbo greatest of nil blood purifier, ami
at tbo tinino tlmo is an absolutely utifo ami hnrinleM rumotlv. It Ih iiuulo
ontiroiy of tho healing and cleansing extracts and Juicoa of root, ImrUi
und barks, each of which Is In dully use in some form by pbysttlHitH In
tbulr practice. Yoara of work and research havo proven tt, 8. f). to oontitiii
ovorythlng nocossary to purify tho blootl and ut tlm sumo tluut mipply tbo
uystem with tbo purest nnd best tonlo ulfects. a. S. S. uro Ubiuituntlsm,
Catarrh, Soron and Ulcers, Skin Dlsonson, aurofula, Oontaglntis Hlooil Poison
nnd nil other blood troubloii, aud It loaves tho ayutoiu In perfect oondltiou
wbon It has purified tbo blood. Hook containing much valuable Informa
tion on tbo blood and uny modlcnl udvlco doslrod sunt froo to all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
FAMILY WAKIHNfl A HPKCIAITY. ALL WORIC (U'AUANTi:i:D
Orders called for and delivered. Plrst cIiihu work dono by bnud.
Ladles' mid mca'a nulls cleaned nnd pressed, Tol, Main 7831;
Home, 37. Cornor Highlit and South Central Aveutio.
Ve liuvp a nice line betiding )lan(H sneli its
Geraniums, Salvia, Vorbonas, Lobelias, Clirysau
thomiuns, Petunias, Heliotropo, Cannao, etc.
Always Nice Lino Cut Flowers
i Ionic Phone 2IJ7-X; Main JI711. i)'2) Main Sli'ct'i,
DRIVE YOUR TEAMS TO THE
FOR FAIR TREATMENT
Lots of shed room and box stalls. It
is now under new management and
the only exclusive feed stables in So.
RAY GAUNYAW Phone 1821
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