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Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 27, 1921

Oct. 27, 1921 SEDAN CAR RUNS AMUCK, KNOCKS OUT FOUNTAIN James C. Murray, well known linotype operator on the Mail Tribune staff kissed a $50 bill good...

Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 26, 1921

Oct. 26, 1921 ASHLAND BOOZE PARTY SMASHES LAUNDRY WAGON The night joy riding party of two men, who are Southern Pacific railroad firemen, and four wom...

Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 25, 1921

Oct. 25, 1921 BILLY HUFF PUTS UP MONEY WHICH INSURES HOT GO The promoters of Billy Huff, the Klamath light-heavyweight battler, have supplied appearan...

Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 24, 1921

Oct. 24, 1921 WANTED, MOTOR CARS TO TRANSPORT MAIL IN CASE OF STRIKE Postmaster E. J. Kaiser of Ashland this morning received instructions from the ch...

Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 22, 1921

Oct. 22, 1921 KLAMATH AUTO DEALER IS HELD ON BOOZE CHARGE His trip from San Francisco to Medford by auto proved to be a very costly one for L. Hoaglan...

Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 21, 1921

Oct. 21, 1921 2-HEADED SNAKE FOUND ROGUE R. NOW AT CARNIVAL While driving through the country about seven miles from the town of Rogue River, Mrs. Gun...

Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 20, 1921

Oct. 20, 1921 2 COMMITTEES APPOINTED TO FORM GOLF CLUB At Meeting Last Night First Definite Step is Taken Toward Establishing Country Club — Commi...

Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 19, 1921

Oct. 19, 1921 MEDFORD HOBOES TO BE SENT TO CITY WOOD PILE Drastic Action Taken By City Council to Reduce Vagrant Population — Dozen Buck Saws Purc...

Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 18, 1921

Oct. 18, 1921 THE FIRST ROAD IN SOUTHERN OREGON By Alice C. Sargent I writing this article with the hope that the people of southern Oregon, and ...

Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 17, 1921

Oct. 17, 1921 SPEEDER CHANGES MIND REGARDING JAIL SENTENCE L. B. Rouse, a traveling salesman of Eugene, enlivened the Monday morning grist in Judge Ta...

Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 14, 1921

Oct. 14, 1921 MERCHANTS FORM OWN BUREAU IN C. OF COMMERCE Realizing that by concerted action on the part of the retail merchants they can make it adva...

Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 13, 1921

Oct. 13, 1921 HARD ELECTRIC STORM UNUSUAL WEATHER FREAK An unusual thing for Medford and the valley for any time of the year, more especially in Octob...

Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 12, 1921

Oct. 12, 1921 RUSHING WORK ON COUNTY R’DS TO BEAT RAINS The county court is putting the country roads in shape for winter travel and expects to have a...

Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 11, 1921

Oct. 11, 1921 CONSIDERABLE INTEREST FIRE PREVENTION WEEK Considerable interest is being manifested, not only in the schools, but all over the city reg...

Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 10, 1921

Oct. 10, 1921 ELK’S CARNIVAL COMING NEXT WEEK H. C. Woodrow, special agent of the Levitt Brown and Huggin shows, arrived in the city today to arrange ...

Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 8, 1921 continued

Oct. 8, 1921 continued MAYOR ISSUES PROCLAMATION FOR FIRE PREVENTION WEEK Whereas the entire county has turned its attention to the prevention of fire...

Mail Tribune 100, Oct. 8, 1921

Oct. 8, 1921 SPECIAL BULLETINS ON WORLD SERIES SUNDAY In response to numerous requests the Mail Tribune has arranged for a special wire service tomorr...