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Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 19, 1921

Sept. 19, 1921 SHERIFF UNEARTHS A DEADLY STILL Sheriff Terrill reports the discovery of a still last Friday that for crudity of construction and deadl...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 17, 1921 continued

Sept. 17, 1921, continued NEW BOOSTER CLUB OFFERS PRIZE FOR NAME WITH ‘PEP’ Medford’s new booster organization has been launched; there is a full head...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 17, 1921

Sept. 17, 1921 COL. H. H. SARGENT DROPS DEAD IN YARD OF HOME Internationally Known Military Writer, Friend of Roosevelt and General Wood, Stricken...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 16, 1921

Sept. 16, 1921 CAMP FEATURE LOCAL Y. M. C. A. A BIG SUCCESS Sixty-one boys and adult leaders from six different communities in the county have attende...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 15, 1921

Sept. 15, 1921 BANKING TALKS LOCAL SCHOOLS Bankers of Jackson County met at the Hotel Medford this noon, to discuss plans and arrange details for the ...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 14, 1921

Sept. 14, 1921 NEW H. SCHOOL NECESSARY IS BOARD’S VIEW At the board of education meeting last night steps were taken to relieve the congestion of thir...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 13, 1921

Sept. 13, 1921 J’VILLE SCHOOL STUDENTS WALK OUT ON STRIKE Injunction Against Principal Stultz Followed By Exodus of Scholars—Directors May Call in...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 12, 1921

Sept. 12, 1921 CROWDED SCHOOLS SHOW MEDFORD IS GROWING FAST The opening of the public schools today plainly demonstrates that Medford has a much large...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 10, 1921

Sept. 10, 1921 BANDIT HOLDS UP STANDARD OIL CO. SERVICE STATION The Standard Oil Co. suffered a slight pecuniary loss last night at ten o’clock when a...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 9, 1921

Sept. 9, 1921 OVER 2,000 PEARS NOW DISPLAYED C. OF COMMERCE The pear show opens tomorrow morning and although growers were requested to bring in their...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 8, 1921

Sept. 8, 1921 WORLD FAMOUS NEWSBOY SELLS MAIL TRIBUNE King Cole, internationally famous newsboy, arrived in Medford today on his third trip around the...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 7, 1921

Sept. 7, 1921 FOREST FIRES IN OREGON, 1921 SHOW DECREASE Although Forest Fire Season is Not Over, U. S. Forest Service Reports Improvement Over Pr...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 6, 1921

Sept. 6, 1921 OLD PIONEER NOTES GROWTH OF MEDFORD G. T. Harshberger, a rancher and miner from the Willow Springs district, was a caller at this office...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 5, 1921

Sept. 5, 1921 SOLDIERS, SAILORS ENCAMPMENT AT ASHLAND TODAY Ashland, Sept. 5.— The monster flag which has been draped in the Chautauqua auditorium for...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 3, 1921 continued

Sept. 3, 1921 continued TO HOLD ANOTHER MERCHANTS’ MEET Not many of the Medford merchants attended the meeting at the Chamber of Commerce rooms last e...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 3, 1921

Sept. 3, 1921 RECORD MOTOR TRIP MADE TO DIAMOND LAKE E.O. McCormick, Vice President of S.P. and Geo. Collins Drive Auto Over Short Route for First...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 2, 1921

Sept. 2, 1921 MYSTERY CRATER LAKE PETRIFIED LADY EXPLAINED The time has now come to expose a hoax on the general public in Crater National park, which...

Mail Tribune 100, Sept. 1, 1921

Sept. 1, 1921 JACKSON COUNTY FILES A UNIQUE SUIT FOR TAXES For the first time in the history of Oregon, a county has started suit against the res...

Mail Tribune 100, Aug. 31, 1921

Aug. 31, 1921 ASHLAND PIONEER MEMORIAL NOW NEAR COMPLETION Ashland, Aug. 31.— Erected in honor of Jackson County pioneers in general, but more specifi...