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An auto party to Crnter Lake was
filn In lionor of .Mrs. Loul Nlbert,
Jr., of Snndimky, Ohio, and Alius
Flora Flnley of Toledo, Ohio, who nre
here on an extended vlfdt to relatives
and frlondB In tho valley. Tim party
of rirteeen left by auto Thursday
morning and after visiting alt the at
tractions along tho way, reached Cra
ter LuKo Saturday morning. Thoy re
turned home Sunday afternoo nand
and report a very enjoyable time.
TIioro In the party were: Mrs.
I.ouIh Kbert, Jr., of Sandusky, Ohio;
Allsa Tlora Flnley of Toledo, Ohio
Mr. and Mrs. Kvcrott Flnley, tlielr Ron
Clcmuiu, and daughter Clara; Irvln
Flnley, I1I11 sou Walter, nnd daughter
Kdlth; Mr. und Mm. Fred Smith, Mr.
and Mm. J. C. Smith and son Paul,
and Win. 12. Smith, aii or this valley.
Mr, Kbert and Miss Flu toy are de
limited with tin) valley nnd surround
ing country. They Intond to return
to Ohio by way of San Francisco.
Dr. anil Mr. Thompson (1. Heine
entertained at dinner Monday even
inir in lionor of their brother, K. L.
Prvchsting of Wallace, Mnlin, nnd
IVIr. and Mi". Pnssmore.of Toronto,
C'nnndn. Covers wore laid for ten.
The decorations consisted of roses,
the place cards bciii' liaud painted
with rose designs, the work of tlm
hostess who is an artist of cnnid
ernlile liilcut nnd has been enrolled
u life member of the National Art
society of Chicnjjo. Those present
were K. L. Proolistiug, Mr. und Mrs.
Riissnioro, Dr. and lir. Clancy, Miss
Winnifred riaucv. Master Robert
Vlancy and Miss Mildred Heine.
Miss Dorothy Wicks, who is study
ing vocal music under Prof. Hermann
Conns of San Francisco, made her do
but on Tuesday evening at a reception
muslrale Riven In honor of a noted
nlnger, Mrs. Prows-Grub, of Merlin.
Prof, ClensB writes: "Miss Wicks
snug the aria from the oratorio 'St.
Paul,' by Mendelssohn in a very cred-
itahlo manner. Tho discriminating
nudlenco, consisting of artists and
connolbseurs, were very much ptensed
and compllnlenteJ and encouraged
Miss Wicks upon tho achievements
she has mado In such a short time."
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth
Richards nnd Walter Mundy occurred
Thursday morning nt 9 o'clock at
the rectory of tho Kpiscopal church,
Itev. Win. II. Hnmllton officiating.
The young couplo left Immediately
by auto on their honeymoon. The
brlilo Is n talented musician, having
lieun with tho Unto Piano houso for
sometime, coming hero with hor par
ents from Kansas two years ngo. Tho
groom is well and favorably known
in tho valley.
A pretty lawn party and dance was
given Monday night by Mr. nnd Mrs.
Fred Hopkins at tholr attractlvo homo
nenr Central Point In honor of Mrs.
Hopkins' sister, Mrs. Pratt and daugh
ter. Miss Dadellno Pratt. Tho lawn
was lighted with Jnpaneso lanterns
mid with tho moonlight the scene
wiih a very attractive ono. Dancing
and brh'go offered tho principle on
tertnlnment and rofroshmonts wero
nerved shortly before midnight.
Fridny nfternoou Mr, Corning
Kenly entoilninod at n bridge luneli-
al tlie'founlry eluh for Mrs. Al
bert Keep, Min. Lincoln Mcformack,
Urn. Walter Rouim, Mrs. Stewuit
I'ntorson, Mrs. (lenrgo Cnrpontor,
Mrs. Robert Until, Miss Helen Works,
MibS Harvey, Miss Louise Hurke, Minn
Margaret Hubbard and Mrs. S. Villi
Mrs. Duano Wolfo nnd daughter,
Miss Lucy Anna, of Smith Centor,
Kansas, are visitini; nt the homo of
Mrs. WjiltVs parent, Mr, nnd Mrs.
.1. W. Redden and other relative in
this city. They have visited Los An
teles, San Francisco nnd the expo-
ntinn nnd are now en route homo
going by tho wnv "f Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Richards and
daughter. Miss Laura Richards, lcavo
Monday for Corvallls and other north
ern points whore thoy will visit for
sevoral weeks boforo going east
where thoy will ox poet to make their
futuo home.
Mrs. Alan Urneklnreed loft the olty
Thursday evening on a trip to Minne
apolis und Duluth, Minnesota, whore
she will visit with relative, return
inn some tlwo in October.
A. I.-lliM nnd frmillv lof t 'iHiUy
for ii tn Uy' auto trip U I'roaijwet,
CiatT Luke, I'clii'iiu Huv, Klawuth
l'.ill- .iiiU ilur points ot interv-t.
Mi- Dorotl'v Thome nnd Mi-s
Velhe I'nmpliell entertained witti a
lawn party Tuesday evening at the
home of M'ws Cnmpliell on Kings
Dancing nnd games formed the
evening's enteitninment. Those in
vited were Misses Hsm'l Antli', Lnnm
Page, Jean Hudgc, Mildred Antle,
Kntherine Swem, Htilh Warner, Lnurn
flutes Maiie Kifcrt, Frances Hncon,
Arace WiNnii, F.lmibolhll ill. Maurice
llintt. Margaret Souttor, Krcle .Stew
art, F.sther Winner. Floyd Hart, Mil
ton Scliuehnrd, Horace llnnntoy,
Luther Deuel, Herbert Alford, Frank
Hoy, Dolpli Philips. Donald Chase,
Koto fallioun. Charles fnrr. Hnlph
Pierce, Ralph Hononin, Lloyd William
son, Atiffis Cowgill, Donnld Ahcr
crouiliie, George Hensehnnn and Nolo
Dr. Rnillie with a party of twenty
five finm Phoenix made u trip to Ml.
Ashland last Wednesday und Thurs
day. It is suiil thai this is the first
party of this number that ever
beached the summit without some
The pnrtv was made up of the fol
lowing:. Mr. mid Mrs. Denver, Irene
Denzer, Florence Dener, Lnrring
Jermstn, Alice llecroft. Deatrice Rhn
mous, Lena Johnson, F.dith Johnson,
Roland Cnrles, Herhold Hern, Mrs.
Drake, Fay Carver, Lulu Huberts,
Huth Hughes, Veroln Hughes, William
Mayfield, Herlhu f. Hnymun, Ralph
Havuiau, Moothe Hnyman, Archie
Fern, Miss Wnlker, Ruy Yost and
Rert Yost.
The f. W. II. M. of the fhrislian
church will meet al the home of Mrs.
I). W. Driskcl, SMI Hast Main street
Wediieday evening, Aiigustltli, nt
8:00 o'clock. All the members of the
church are most conlinllv invited to
be present. Mrs. A. J. Hanby, lender
and n most interesting program has
been prepared, Mrs. K. M. Ilryiui of
fhiengo will give an interesting tulk.
rrs. llrynn has had n great deal of
experience nloug educational lines,
und her message will be of help to
nil. Miss Hess Rrynn will nNo sing
u solo. Tho program will he fol
lowed by a social hour.
The Misses Hollow of fhnttn
noogn, Tenn., nre visiting their neice
Mrs. F. 0, Reimer, nt the experiment
station at Talent, Ore. Thev will
be accompanied bv their niece to the
California expositions, the last of the
Auguxt. Tho ladies aie charmed
with the valley.
Miss 'Alice Hollowav who ha" been
isiting her sister, Mis Kntherine
llolloway, and friends of this city,
left Tuesday for Klamath Falls where
she will visit for several ,ecks be
fore returning to her home in
Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Rosenberg
have returned from Seattle nnd will
spend the summer at their" country
home nt Hear Creek orchard. They
luivo ns their guests Mis. I. Mon
heimer nnd sou Judge M. Monheimer,
of Seattle.
Judge Roimld nnd forty and War
ren Aohl of Portland, friends of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Samuel Roscnburg. were in
Mcdfonl Tuesday en unite to San
Francisco. They will visit in Mcd
fonl on their return trip.
Mrs. J. A. Anderson and daugh
ters left Thursday for their homo in
Kuiisiis City, Mo., niter a visit with
friends nnd lelatives in Mcdfonl.
Mrs. Anderson is u sister of Mrs.
.1. T. Hails of Roosevelt incline.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. fonro Fiero, Mrs.
John Soiisii nnd daughters, Mis Chil
lis and Mrs. Hamilton Abort, (lorn Id
Sooy-winith nnd forbin F.dgell, hnve
returned from uu auto trip to Crater
and northern California points.
Mrs, II. L. Ariffin nnd daughters.
Veniu nnd Juunita left Friday for
Crater Luke whure they will f.pend
two weeks. Thoy will ho met by Mr.
Ariffin nnd daughter Zoo who have
been at the lake for some time.
Mi's. A. L. I'nrkliur! ami daugh
ter of Portland, arrived in Mod ford
Sunday and wero mot bv Mr. Park
hurst und sou iiml tukeu to Crater
Lake where they will ond the hum
mer. Mr. and Mrs. A. fonro Fiero outer
Uiutid Thiirfdnv evening nt their
home noHr Con I ml Point with din
ner dnnfe in honor of Mns. John
Sousf wife of tk fwM Imml
Mr. and Mr. A. I Alford awl w
Herbert and Mr. and 51m. A. . 'v
and family imti HuihInt at fmtr
Mr.. K. V. Coffin i isilinir Mr
C J Lustimiii ut (JmLI.hoI, i .il.
About 400 former townns repre
senting nearly all parts of Roguo
River Valley gathered nt tho Ash
land park Frldny for their annual
As each nrrlval registered his
name, present address, and former
address in Iowa, ho was given nti old
gold' badge: provided by Ashland
Iownns. The time from 12 to 1:30
was spoilt in doing Justice to the
picnic dinner spread In the shade
In family and neighborhood groups.
Following thin C. II. Lnmkln or
Ashlnnd called the gathering to or
der at the round table, and Intro
duced Mr. K. V. Coffin of Medford,
who presided. F.dltor Wolff of tho
Ashland Record on behalf of Ash
land made a witty address of wel
come, which was responded to by a
rising vote of tho assemblage. Fred
Mears of Medford spoke of the Hawk
eye Htato and ItH influence on west
ern development.
MrThomns of Talent thoughtful!)
reviewed the reasons why lown takes
ItH high position, morally and eco
nomically. R. F. Mulkey of Medford
followed In u 20-mlniitn address on
Iowa as seen from the outside. In
this he well sustained his reputation
as a public speaker.
Ttio musical selections of tho pro
gram, solos by Mrs. "Wolff of Ash
lnnd, and Miss Iva Coffin of Mod
ford, were excellently rendered nnd
ptensed the audience. No less pleas
ing was tho martial inuslc o tho O.
A. It. drum corps. At tho closo of
tho program a Southern Oregon Iowa
Association wnB effected, tho officers
of which for tho coming yenr are,
president, C. D. Hoon, of Medford;
and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Unehl
lug or Medford, with vlco presidents
lu the various towns.
It Is proposed to hold a mid-year
gathering In MeiUord, and an annual
picnic at placo and time to ho chosen
A program of sports was then car
ried out which was much enjoyed
by all. Tho coffeo and cream fur
nished by tho Ashland contingent
rreo to all, and tho many other cour
tesies extended by thorn are much
appreciated by all who attended.
The W. C. T. V. met with Mrs.
Scott N. Holly' street Thursday nf
ternoou. Mrs. C. P. Ruck was in
charge of the meeting. The follow
ing Vrogrnni was enjoyed :
Son, "Stand Cp ior Jesus."
IHble le-soii, Mrs. S. L. Leonard.
Prayer. Mrs. Riley I). Ilen-on.
Song, Dixie Land, Our Laud.
Addrohs, Mrs. T. A. llowoll.
Vocal solo, James llon-on.
Paper, ''lloinekcepiug," Mrs. J. L.
Vocal solo, Miss Velum Woods
Five minute talks ou Childien and
Mothers, by Mrs. Leonard, Mrs. Hen
son, Mrs. Howell, Mr. Oodlow, Mi's.
Alascow and Mrs. Woods.
Instrunicntnl duet, Misses Aodhtve
nnd Woods.
Song, "Our Country's Aoing Dry."
Lord's pru.or.
The W. f. T. lT. union decided to
hold u medal contest in the near fu
ture. Mrs, Riley D. lleiison will con
duct thin contest.
At the close of the meeting Mr.
Vot Served dainty refroshinonls,
nssisted by .Mrs. Aodlove. Seventeen
ladies weie present.
Friday evening n family leiiiiion
w'ns held ut the home of Mr. und
Mrs. Frank I". Reddoirin honor of Mr.
Hodden's sinter, Mrs. Diiitno Wo! to,
of Smith Center, Kansas,
The (Honing was spout with music,
conversation nnd a social time. A
hot tauiale was served. Those pres
ent were: Mis. Dunne Wolfe, Mrs.
K. W. Carder, Mr. nnd Mr. A. S.
Hliton, Mr. nnd Mis. Aoorge J.
Kiiiiziiian, Miss Virginia Carder, Miss
Loraine Hliton, Dean Cinder mid Al
bert Hliton.
The Colony club met tho Medfoid
Hotel Fridny afternoon nt tho first
session of the topic class. Mix. 1',
W. Mcnr led the discussion and n
most informing afternoon was spent.
Mr. nnd Mrs. fteorgo Ncubor nt
Roseburt: have returned from a trip
to f niter Lake, nnd arc iitiii!?
friends mid lolutivcn in this city for
a few days,
Tho Mise Htbol and Gladys Curry
Kvolyn Taylor, Iv lluwk nnd listen
Yoekey unjoyed n swiiniuintf party
at HeluiMii bathk Thnrdu evening.
Mi Vivian Warner of (lanleu
Citv, Kansas, will anivrjnoxt week
to visit her iiter, Mi. . W. Abor-
prtuahM at Oak LoI.
Ml IbiiM Warner kaa returned
faun a two wka trip to PotihuHl
ltd tko M eoaat.
Mi Martrt llilr and Him Ujm
Clifford aiv wn4iiii: the k at
I'ruler Lake.
t noon on Tlmivdnv .ttilv 'JO, the
ruiieh home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jmnes
Martin at Rogue River was the scene
of u pretty wedding in which the con
tracting parties were their son Aeo.
P. Martin nnd Miss Frances A. Nee
vet, also of Rogue River. As the
stnuns of the wedding miireh were
heard. Hev. Jaines Martin, the offi
ciating elergymnn nnd grandfather of
tho groom, led the way froin the
house to the lawn where were gath
ered under n lnrgv spreading maple
the family and n half dor.en friends.
Following the minister came the
groom dressed in hlnck and attended
bv his brother, Mr David Martin of
Seattle, Wash.viind the bride dnintilv
nttired in white lanvdowne und her
maid of honor nNo dresses in while
inml the nuptial knot was tied, tin-
modinlelv nflei the dinner which was
orwd the livjing loom the couple
left on No. 10 for Ferudule, Wash.,
where thev will spend n few weeks,
after which they will retain to Hogue
River to live. The couple nre well
mid favorably known in the vullov,
the bride having been principal of the
Hogue irtwr hiuh school the last two
Meggcrly, Olds and Hev. nnd Mrs
young rnueher mid a leader in civic
improvement affairs. Roth luivo a
host of friends-who esteem them high
ly nu dwho join in good wishes for
the happy couple. Those picsoiil
were: Aruudfnthcr Hev. Jniilcs Mar
tin, Mr. mid Mrs. James Martin, Mr.
James Martin, Jr. David Mnrtiii, Isa
bel Martin, Julia Muiliii, l.illa Mar
tin, Mrs. June Guernsey, sister of
the bride, Misdauie.H Young nnd
Lowd, mid Misses Ratllol, Young,
years and the groom is a popular
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jefferson Myers of
Portland spent the week end in Med
ford, thoguoslH of Mr. mid Mrs. W.
I). West on North Rnrtlett street.
Mr. Myers is n brother of MrA. West
and is a regent of O. A. C. Acebm
imiiicd by Mrs. Myers and members
of the board of regents ho has been,
louring the slate- in the interest of ex
periment stations of that iustituiou.
The Loyal Order of Mooso enter-'
tuined their members and friends with
u dancing party Tuesday evening fit
the Moose hall.
Mrs. f. A. Knight entertained the
Nullo Hridge eluh at Iter limine on
Knst Main 'street, Thursday nfter
noou. i '
Attorney nnd Mrs. A. M. Roberts
will lcavo t-'oon for Sail Francisco,
where they will attend tho exposi
tion. '
The Airls Thursday Undue club
was entertained ut the home of Mis.
F.dwiu Jaiiuov Thursday atteruoou.
Mrs Ifnhcit McCullough of Seattle,
is visiting hor parents, Mr.und .Mrs,
I. L. Hamilton of North Cent nil.
Prof. F. C. Heiuier left Tuesday
for Palo Alto, Col. Ho ox pools to
lemuiii for it week.
Hev. and Mr. M. A. R. Pierce of
Washington, I). ('., are guests of .Mrs.
A. W. Lonnsborn.
Much interest was niuiiilVted in
the regular contests in typewriting,
spoiling und rapid calculation, which
were hold Friday morning. First
honors in typewnling were obtained
by Hazel M. Putiiuy and Aeilrude
Trnutfether. Miss Putney wrote f.r
words per minute, und Miss Truul
fethor, oil word t minute, for ten
minutes. Freidu Ihuns und KIh 01
sin received second honors in type
writing und Miss limns also received
an Underwood prolieicucy certificate.
. In rapid calculation, Florence Hits
worth, Freidu Hums, and Hon Follies
were awarded second honors, ami
third honors were secured by Flsio
Olsiu, Leila Clink and V. M. Knit.
Wo mise fioiu our classes Annie
Hatemaii mid Velum Woods who are
on tho sick list. Wo trust Unit they
will bo with us uvain In the near fu
ture. A in oo Taylor hu also been absent
from school the past week on ac
count of her mother's giokuoes. We
hopo that blio, too, will bo with us
Another interc-led member of our
shorthand class j- Freidu lliiins, who
decided to add that subject to the
other subjects which has. boon
Don't risk Injuring yoursolf and
setting your house on fire by attempt
ing to clean clothes at homo. It is
dangerous, and Is not vorth tho risk
to which vou oxpoiso yourtolf. You
can Insure your own r-ifoty and tho
proper handing or your oothes by
rending tnu.i for cleaning i.-tsslng,
ivolng to a iduut whleh Is nrdern,
flro proof and up.to-date. Our
chargM (re ha low that It will not
pay you to do your own work.'
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. IIAHHOIt POINT, Mich., Tills
Moio tiau IIOll guests I rum nil
parts of the country nre here for tho
mnrringe ut -I o'clock this afternoon
of Miss Catherine Darker of .Michi
gan City, Intl., nnd llowiknl II.
Spniilding, Jr., of Chicago. Mi
is said to possess it fortune of .:ill,
000,000 mid is m oi'phiin. Mr.
Spaulding is n sou of Mrs. Howard
II. Spaulding ()f GJiieago; was ic.
cently grnduute iroin iile, ami lor
scveiul mouths has been scerolnry to
the general iiiuuager of the Hiisell
mid Darker Car company of Michigan
Some excitement was euused bv n
icport Hint Miss Cullic-iino llnrker
had received u threatening letter j
stating that unless she paid $7.",U0O
immediately, Howard II. Spauhliiiir,
Jr., to whom she is to ho murried this
afternoon, would be kidnapped.
The Haiker roidenee is under
(Stuff Conespondonce.)
HAHROH POINT, Mich., July Ul.--
She is JO yeurs old, she has $110,
000,000, she is going to bo iiiiiiHimI
ou the last day of this iiioulh nnd
she is busy just lllar-other hridtw-to-he
-Only more so.
For being u tliiilvMiiillion-dollur
heiress and mi oiphmi tho rioliont
orphan in tho woihl nho ha to look
after her liuninoss uffuint. And
ii:i(),()00,()l)0 is ii lot of money to look
after, especially when your bond is
so full of "him" und your trousseau.
She is Miss Cathoiine Haiker of
Michigan Cily, Ind., who ou July :M
will become the bride of Howard 11.
Spaulding, Jr., of Chicago, Mi
Harkir's father, the late John II
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Marker inherited these ear works.
The richest little orphan gill in
tho world und u host of girl friends
not forgetting her husband-lo-he
nre all down here nt the Barker
cottage, where Hie wedding will take
place, "getting ready" lor the big
Host of. (ill I Friends - t
The "barker cottage" is tho sum
mer homo of "Knlv KHz," as Miss
Barker is known to her intimate
fiimuls. t
Friends aro ariiving nnd depart
inic ooiv minute, und there is u
stonily si renin of "(he curious," foi
every ono wnnla to know jut how the
riobost orphuii girl in the world
spends her days gelling ronjly for
her weddiiiK. I
Hero is u tyiieul daily protfrnm of
this thirty-million Mis:
By 8 o'olnek, whllo wuiHiiff for Jiof!
pilosis to atiitjrght down to breakfast,
she is out in tho gurdiui picking
flowers or pluying about with her
fiiineo. She is nthletlo and a groin
"lease," her friends add.
Mrtfkntai4U'or, ajia nnd her MiiMl
luke ii hoil ride in the "Knlv Filx,"
the .flOOO moloihoat, which, has
been mimed lifter its fair owner,
.Making Woiuloiful Cowns
Then, while hur other ues jjolf
nnd play tenuis, MIkh 1 linker mid
her bridiisiiinids noufer with drosa
inakcrx. J'or six wonderful (jnwus
aie heiiiif luude ill addition to hor
wedding dress for the hiidc-maids.
Luncheon iollows, mid Ihoii the
nfleiiioon is giicn oer to games and
until rides. Rnl m between times
B. P. O. E.
irldal con
lt, heiress,
winl Kmiild-
iiiuniock In
ttiiKo, liar
Miss lliiiker manages to slip away
aloiio with her hushaud-to-be.
But theie nre also daily business
affairs that doninud iittention ""for
James B. Forgan, of tho First Na
tional Bank of Chicago, who is her
foster father, insists upon it. She
really is so busy that he will only
give her one day in which to get
luurricil, and then she must cut shoit
her honeymoon mid hurry back to
Chicago and do what guess whj,
JJUjJilV !,l4 w'" llyBiiStur-falhi'"
says it will tnuo two days to do it.
But uftei wards the bridal pair will
resume their honeymoon, going lirst
to Cuimda, then to Sail Francisco to
Uce (he exposition, mid then thev will
sail for u long, long stay m Hmio-
I lulu, which is a writable honeymoon
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
lT ll IHll''""U. a U"T nnorrrtrh tb
ilW-n-il rtliu ut Ik rar Tlic l onl uui
H4 lurur ilaliira. nuil lli U tr ruudllulUiii
Hi rrwrill. lfn la mu-ttl Ii uu InHilunl
ratMlllluH ( lit- hhk-uik llhlng t li Cuitaiblan
THli. WUtli till Oil la lnllam. 1 juil lute a
ruinlhuK aMSHl "t ImisrlMt li-atliu. nbrn
It la Hllr-l- ilnaa-il Is-aliHaa I llio r-anll n.j
inilaaa IIh- IHliiiHaliHi ran l- takfn ul ami
Ihla IHlw rMl"f"l l'i lla iKirmat rumlltloii. lirar
liia will lx dwirnjul for-ri nlii raa-a mil ul
lH ru pauil lir Catarrh. hHI.Ii la nollilnx but
au luriaiunl runilflluii "I llii iinmiua aurfarra.
W will ol on lliiHlml lullara dr any faa
of Is-afw IcaiiMsl lijr ralarrlu dial raimul Ik
rami lir Haifa tarariU lurr. S-iia fur clrcu
"i"' V, J IIIIIM-V ft CO., T.1M0, O.
"?TrXr tlniKSlala. T5'.
Tuko Hall a I .mlUr I'lll Ut coniUpallon.
auto skhvici: 1'itosi ianu:
Tho undorslt;ncd will lcavo Frank
Lewis' confectionery every day x
cojit Sunday for Medford with lila
auto ut 1 o'clock p. ni arriving at 2
Ii. m. I.onvo Nash hotel, Medford, at
5 p. in., nrrlvo at Kaglo Point t C
p. 111, A part ot tho traffic Is solicit
od. 3, 11. HARNISH.
Eagle Point. Or
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. 8 A. M.

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