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Mail Tribune 100

Mail Tribune 100, Dec. 2, 1922 continued

Dec. 2, 1922 continued TRYING TO GET A POST-SEASON GAME WITH CORVALLIS Considerable talk regarding a post-season game with Corvallis is being circulat...

Mail Tribune 100, Dec. 2, 1922

Dec. 2, 1922 CROWDS ENJOY XMAS OPENING At 7:30 last night Medford merchants unveiled their windows, prepared especially for the Christmas opening and ...

Mail Tribune 100, Dec. 1, 1922

Dec. 1, 1922 HOLIDAY OPENING OF MEDFORD MERCHANTS OCCURS TONIGHT The holiday opening of the Medford merchants will occur this evening and everybody is...

Mail Tribune 100, Nov. 30, 1922

Nov. 30, 1922 ASHLAND PROTEST TO BE SETTLED ON DECEMBER 9 The following letters, one from the Ashland school officials to the state athletic board and...

Mail Tribune 100, Nov. 29, 1922

Nov. 29, 1922 MEDFORD SEVERS ATHLETIC RELATIONS WITH ASHLAND BUT PLAY HERE TOMORROW As a result of the “unsportsmanlike attitude” of the Ashland high ...

Mail Tribune 100, Nov. 28, 1922

Nov. 28, 1922 FANS CERTAIN TO GET A THRILL AT THE NAT TONIGHT Twenty-two rounds of boxing, each round of which promises to be a dandy, will be feature...

Mail Tribune 100, Nov. 27, 1922

Nov. 27, 1922 OFFICIALS FOR ASHLAND GAME ARE SELECTED Officials for the Ashland-Medford Thanksgiving day game which will take place on the Ashland hig...

Mail Tribune 100, Nov. 25, 1922 continued

Nov. 26, 1922 continued FARM DIRECTORY OF SISKIYOU AND JACKSON COUNTIES The Farmers’ Directory of Jackson County, Oregon, and Siskiyou County, Califor...

Mail Tribune 100, Nov. 25 1922

Nov. 25 1922 MEDFORD HOPES FOR POST SEASON GAME THIS YEAR Local football fans seem to be of the opinion that if Medford defeats Ashland Thanksgiving D...

Mail Tribune 100, Nov. 24, 1922

Nov. 24, 1922 JOHNNY CARLSON DUE FOR A STIFF TUSSLE TUESDAY Students of “ring dope” predict that Kid Tulsey, San Francisco fighter who is fresh from s...

Mail Tribune 100, Nov. 23, 1922

Nov. 23, 1922 ATTEMPT MADE TO ROB DRUG STORE Three attempts were made last evening to enter Strang’s Drug store from the rear, a “jimmie” being used t...

Mail Tribune 100, Nov. 22, 1922

Nov. 22, 1922 LOCAL SUPPLY OF TURKEYS NORMAL, PRICE UNCHANGED There are plenty of turkeys in the Rogue River valley this year, and the price, over the...

Mail Tribune 100, Nov. 21, 1922

Nov. 21, 1922 MAY SOON CABLE MEDFORD-LONDON IN 5 MINUTES That within the near future the Western Union Telegraph company will be able to transmit cabl...

Mail Tribune 100, Nov. 20, 1922

Nov. 20, 1922 CHANGES MADE IN ASHLAND HOSPITAL INSIDE AND OUT Contractor Greaser has made notable improvements on the Granite City Hospital property, ...

Mail Tribune 100, Nov. 18, 1922

Nov. 18, 1922 RED CROSS FUND NOW AT $2,644, EAGLE POINT AIDS The business men of Medford are still the busiest men in Medford, carrying forward the wo...

Mail Tribune 100, Nov. 17, 1922

Nov. 17, 1922 A SUGGESTION [Editorial] In about six weeks a new city administration will take over the reins of local government. The Mail Tribune has...

Mail Tribune 100, Nov. 16, 1922

Nov. 16, 1922 RED CROSS WORK HERE PRAISED AT FORUM LUNCHEON A large number of people attended the annual Red Cross forum of the Medford Chamber of Com...

Mail Tribune 100, Nov. 15, 1922

Nov. 15, 1922 AWARD CONTRACT FOR CONSTRUCTION CITY RESERVOIR The city council at its meeting last night took action on two important water matters whe...

Mail Tribune 100, Nov. 14, 1922

Nov. 14, 1922 MAYOR ELECT E. C. GADDIS IS GIVEN A WARM WELCOME Earl C. Gaddis, mayor elect of Medford met with a totally unexpected welcome when he di...