Our Advertisers.

We wish to call attention to our advertising pages and to Medford and other tradesmen who can supply our readers. Our printer has displayed them clearly. That's Miller. He prints the Register and will do your work in first-class shape.

Irish the optometrist will aid in reading, if your vision is defective, and with Moore's ‘Won't Leak’ you can write a clean order or letter to anyone.

If Drs. Richardson or O'Donnell do your dentistry you will keep your health and be ready to plant a garden with Burpee's Seeds that Grow.

Your house will want good floors of Miles' Finish, and Leavens' furniture, colonial or modern.

The wool that the Hallowell firm sells is the real thing, and when made up will clothe you warmly, but your hats and gloves you can get of Leahy, and be ready to ride in one of Teel's autos. He has a fine display in that new store for you to select from. Some store, isn't it? Hervey has a new store, too, and always was the quality grocer.

Curtis specializes in ‘Old Royall House Coffee.’ Of course Medford people want that, and will use Hampden Cream, for sugar is scarce, though one advertiser is Sugerman. The ladies will be sweet on him, for he's a ‘Ladies' Tailor.’ [p. 88]

For your laundry work Crystal Blue is the real thing, if Sawyer's; but if you have it done out, Tel. Rox. 283 for daily delivery.

Page & Curtin will sell you stoves (oil, gas or coal), do your plumbing, and no end of other things. Dyer will install your heater, but it will need coal to run it, and Cowin will have that for you.

Volpe has fruit of all kinds, vegetables ditto, first-class, too.

If you need medicines the Smith Drug Store and Washington Square Pharmacy have everything. Beside, there's Bowers, who adds kodaks, and will develop for you.

The Medford Theatre will furnish amusement, and Fash your ice cream afterward.

If you need storage facilities the Boulevard Warehouse has them, and the Medford Trust Company a strong-box for your valuables, including the Liberty Bonds you bought (or ought to have). It will be a pleasure to note the time by the new illuminated clock as you go in to make your deposit in the savings department that is paying good interest. Then there are the cathedral chimes every quarter hour that make Medford musical.

Don't forget Miss Orne's prize offer, nor the Mayor's compliments.

And if all these haven't (or have) enabled you to live happily, why then send for Gaffey, who will do his best for you, but we advise you to try and keep trying all the others. There are three others that can assist him, but we suggest you make a preliminary visit to them, they are good to get acquainted with. They are the Medford Flower Store, and Rauskolb, whose gold-leaf will give luster to your name on your monument, for the Tuttens can ‘put one over on you.’

Don't forget to tell these friends where you saw their ad, also be sure to tell others about them and the goods they furnish. Nearly all are Medford people. Why not boost Medford, and help them do it too?

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