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Mail Tribune 100, May 20, 1922

May 20, 1922 SERVICE STATIONS HELP WOMAN TO BREAK RECORD Mrs. Kathleen Ayres is a great booster for gasoline service stations. Mrs. Ayres is the woman...

Mail Tribune 100, May 19, 1922

May 19, 1922 CITIZEN’S TRAINING CAMP OFFICIAL AT HOTEL MEDFORD An opportunity is being held out by the federal government at the present time to the y...

Mail Tribune 100, May 18, 1922

May 18, 1922 PRIMARY BALLOTS BURNED IN FIRE The residence of E. D. Thompson at Wimer burned to the ground last night destroying all of the primary ele...

Mail Tribune 100, May 17, 1922

May 17, 1922 CITY COUNCIL TO CUT DOWN WATER COM. GARDENERS The very warm weather of the past few days caused all water users to go the limit in wateri...

Mail Tribune 100, May 16, 1922

May 16, 1922 MYSTERY MURDER CASE PRESENTED TO GRAND JURY Presentation to the grand jury, now in session, of evidence in a murder mystery which has bee...

Mail Tribune 100, May 15, 1922

May 15, 1922 DOUBLE COUNTING BOARDS WON’T BE USED, JACKSON CO. Oregon will try out its new election system for the first time at the primary election ...

Mail Tribune 100, May 13, 1922 continued

May 13, 1922 continued MERCHANTS MAY BE CALLED ON TO FINANCE FAIR As the Jackson County Fair Association has no cash with which to pay for the prelimi...

Mail Tribune 100, May 13, 1922

May 13, 1922 MAYOR PRAISES WORK OF SACRED HEART HOSPITAL The National Hospital Day exercises and open house at the Sacred Heart hospital yesterday wer...

Mail Tribune 100, May 12, 1922

May 12, 1922 FINDING A TIRE COSTS BEN DIXON A WHITE RABBIT Ben Dixon’s eight-year-old son is one white rabbit to the good today, as the result of havi...

Mail Tribune 100, May 11, 1922

May 11, 1922 MEDFORD MAN TO BUILD PAVILION AT HOT SPRINGS J. C. Ottinger of Medford has leased the Jackson hot springs this side of Ashland on the Paci...

Mail Tribune 100, May 10, 1922

May 10, 1922 3,721 MILES OF HIGHWAY BUILT OR CONTRACTED While Oregon is recognized as one of the most progressive states in the building of good roads...

Mail Tribune 100, May 9, 1922

May 9, 1922 AUTO ASSOCIATION TO ESTABLISH A BUREAU IN CITY Medford’s importance as the southern gateway entrance into Oregon and out to California, an...

Mail Tribune 100, May 8, 1922

May 8, 1922 HOSPITAL DAY TO BE OBSERVED AT THE SACRED HEART Open house will be held at the Sacred Heart Hospital in this city next Friday, May 12th. N...

Mail Tribune 100, May 6, 1922 continued

May 6, 1922 continued COUNTY Y. M. C. A. TO HOLD AN INSTITUTE BEGINNING MAY 14TH Beginning with Sunday, May 14, and continuing for the three days foll...

Mail Tribune 100, May 6, 1922

May 6, 1922 IRISH COUNTESS, ERIN’S JOAN D’ARC VISITS MEDFORD Medford, Friday afternoon, had for a short visit the Irish delegation, consisting of Coun...

Mail Tribune 100, May 5, 1922

May 5, 1922 BASEBALL OUTFIT AND CHILDREN’S FUND PILFERED It was discovered yesterday afternoon that athletic equipment amounting in value to $50 had b...

Mail Tribune 100, May 4, 1922

May 4, 1922 N. CALIFORNIANS WARN AUTOISTS AGAINST OREGON Southern Oregon, and in particular, the city of Ashland, are gaining unsavory reputations in ...

Mail Tribune 100, May 3, 1922

May 3, 1922 BALL PLAYERS MAD, GROUNDS RENTED TO BARNES SHOW Much grumbling was heard about the city last night and today because the school board had ...

Mail Tribune 100, May 2, 1922

May 2, 1922 PROSPERITY WEEK TO BE PUT ON BY LOCAL MERCHANTS At a well attended dinner meeting of the Retail Merchants Bureau of the Medford Chamber of...

Mail Tribune 100, May 1, 1922

May 1, 1922 MOTOR COPS GET TOGETHER, OREGON AND CALIFORNIA Chief Inspector T. A. Rafferty and Inspector J. J. McMahon, representing the state of Orego...