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About Ashland daily tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1919-1970 | View This Issue
tadM Biptfthttfi' a) 1019
, . Established' 1876, :
Published Kvery Evening Except
:TU Ashland " frintlnt Company.
Z-:t r "Beit R. Creer, Editor.
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Local Readers, the Line f.lOc
Classified Ads., the Word lc
' The Tidings has a greater circula
tion In Ashland and its trade terri
tory than all other Jackson County
Entered at the ABhland, Oregon,
Poatofflce ' as Second Class Mull
A DIRECT HIT FOR THE CAMl
' ' GROrXD.
Wednesday an auto tourlHt rolled
into Asniand s - free auto camp
ground tor the night. The accom
modatlons were so perfect and the
environment so charming that he
concluded to stay a few days and
. . look over the city. He was travel
ing .with the view of finding a new
location. Thursday be purchased
home at a cost of around four
thousand dollars, all a cash deal,
and is now one of Ashland's cltl
sens. His name is W. A. Black,
of Spokane, Wash., and he pur
chased the Martin1 brothers brick
home on the Boulevard. Ashland'H
Investment in the free auto camp
ground will prove of more value
than the cost of the entire springs
enterprise. It has already brought
more money to Ashland than the
.Whole project cost. In five years
, the net profit will be as much.
The Social Realm
The marriage of Pearl Birch Sulli
van, formerly of Ashland, and
Thomas Jefferson Heath of Portland
Was solemnised in the presence of a
iarge assembly of friends at 610 EaRt
Sumner Btreet, Portland, 1 Ore., on
Tuesday evening. The impresHlve
ring service was read at 8 o'clock by
the Rev. Franklin WY Keagy, pastor
of the Methodist Episcopal church.
Mrs. Grace Nelson played the wed
ding march while the bridal party
took their places in a bower of flow
ers on the lawn. The bride was
gowned in embroidered ellk net and
aatin. Her veil of tulle was caught
back from the face with a wreath of
orange blossoms and buds. She car
ried a bouquet of white roses' and
prays of green with satin streamers,
The Misses Audrey and Pearl Lewis
. of Marcola, Ore., were maids of hon
. or. Their gowns were of georgette
crepe and satin and they carried bou
nets of pink roBes. Guy L. Bariteau,
Stepbrother of the groom, was his
only attendant. The young couple
left Thursday for Summervllle, Ore.,
yhrt they will reside. i'"
4 : Illinois Racket IMcnlc '
' It has been decided by the 'dry
tuckers of Southern Oregon, that ow
ing to the scarcity of water in various
part of the country, all will congre
gate on the bank of Ashland creek,
Wednesday, September 10, ut E p. m.,
rat the' usual place in Lithla park,
there to feast their eyes on real
sparkling, running water and to
gain break bread together and re
new acquaintances. The secretary
will try to get Invitations out to all
. former residents of Illinois that , all
Illinbislahs are cordially urged to be
present. ' , i , . ,
Bring your erut) bailict end we vHl
mix. ' .
Date, Wednesday,. Soptcniler 10, .
Assembly at E p. in,
Table perfoimunce starts ut C p. m.
Officers' will' funiliiU tLe- ui'iuka
bles. .' ' i E. T, STAPLES, Vros.
MAUD I.'HAWLEY, DC, :
. nasdiiKs-TrU, Weih'in;;
The friends of Miss Harriet TimbH
and Walter .1. I Uu tin were tur-l
prised to hour of lr marring)
which. was made public, yei.ter.1.:, A fill0 ,,,,-to-dato 5-room bunga.
aim wmcn iook iiaro ju (jnoaM.u- ()W furace he.ltt,d Bieeplng porch,
villa thrflfl weeks utn Tmvd.iv. At' . .....
... - . iiiu iw euium; uuu-uuti ui wuu.
that time the ypuns reopiowmt to, k;n(lH of benring frut and ber
me county semi una w, nun-ny sinlitly location. A snap for
hum-led by' Judge Gardner.' For the
prtMiit tli'oy will niako their home
with the bride's n. other on the Boule
vard, i.fttr which : Mr. Hasting ex-.
I'eas to locate in Portland. Both
voui'g people ure popular In the
younger fret in Ashland and have
mauy triends here who extend best
, ' I'ionwrct Meet. .-' j
All members of the Pioneer Society
urn requested to meet in Lithla park
Weilncrdi y, September 3, at 2:30 p.
m., to make arrangements lor toe an
r , ..I UH..MKH 1 V Vnl.l In
this city September 11. By Order of
the president. 1
ALICE APPLEOATE PEIL.
For Sale Cheap
Good Meals nnd Short Orders, Day
1 tind Xiftlit Service.
We are offering sonio real values
in Diamonds. You cannot lose; the
chances are good for a lmuh higher
price in the near future. .
0. H. Johnson
' ' The Jeweler
Willard Batteries Never Rtavt Any
thing They Can't Finish.
Also 5-Room Bungalow
l ith. hot nnd cold water. - Lot 84x
3 90.: Away below price for quick
nln. This property Is located on the
r.icific .highway, three blocks from
Junior llifh School at No. B23.
A Busines Building
nil rented, with a frontage of 72
t'ecfou Main Htreet. Also a fine llt
tfd business goes in with the deal.
Mrs. S. L ALLEN
' Bakery, 69 N. Main St.
You ever think
that if a person
really wants to
sell his property
he would tell
The Real Estate Man ?
May, we tell you
the low prices ?
: Established 1883 '
Also Good Insurance
HERE'S the quality bread. Only the
purest and most costly ingredients :
enter into it finest patent flour, rich.'1
milk, sugar, pure shortening, best yeast. It -means
the mpst nutrition, wholesomeness
and flavor. Say FRANZ : , .')'. r,
The Incomparable Loaf
Fresh shipment every day to Nininger & Eobertson
'Ml ICiist Main.
C. B. LAMKIN
City aid Bench Properties, Houses
' to Rent.
Citizens' Bank Building.
71 Necessity :-
Not a Luxury
Five dollar cash prize for Let $00
word, essay on , paint and tits
uses; $3.00 for second ljost; $1.00
each for next two. i '
Must be in my hands by October 1.
Contest oren to every hchoil giil
and boy. ' , . , ' .
Tho Taint Mji
Tiros and Tubes
In fact everything i
for the trip.
Quality the Best
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NO use arguing about it, or making chin-music in a
minor key! If you've got the jimmy-pipe or ciga
rette makin's notion cornered in your smokeappetite, slip
it. a few liberal loads of Prince Albert!
Boiled down to regular old betwee'n-us-rnan-talk, '
Prince Albert lacks the "pip" right out of a pipe!
Puts pipe pleasure intd the 24-hours-a-day joy'us class! -
Makes cigarette roiling the toppiest of sports! . P. A. is so v
fragrant, so fascinating in flavor,' so refreshing! ' - '
Prince " Albert can't bite your tongue or parch your
throat! You go as far as you like according to your smke '. v
spirit! .Our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and '
' parch! . , .,. j. . . ,. ;,
. 1 Toppy rtd begt', tidy rti tint, handtomt pound and halt-ppund fim F ;
..' tpons moittentr lop that hetpth tobacco in inch ptrftct condition.'
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C
m, w r
: V , toernjoi nit .
I'll' hi' n.Ah.Hf ,
TL.U...H.U L,.,i l mini i ,r: ' ' .
EAGLE MEAT MARKET ;
Qunlily Ment. ('I'MiiliiicsN.'
" V" Vt r -KOttTII M.l,, ASHLAXD '
In all the latest models for Fall wear. Arrow. Shirts: will fit any occasion, jast as
well as it will fit any man. Priced from $2.00 each and up. Every , shirt
: guaranteed fast color. The Arrow shirt marks a variety of shirts . v'
for evening wear and dances, that are remarkably , smart ? ; '
. , , ,. in style and well made. '( Try one'andliecome ah ' ' '. ;
. . . . Arrow customer fr5m then on -
2,325.000 DE LAVAL
VI DAILY I'SB THE WORIiD OVER
.Wherever grass grows and cows
ftr mllkd, you will find the De La
TI the farorlte cream separator. ,
: Mors V Lavtls are in UBe than
.all other males combined.
The De Laval Is time teted. It
was the pioneer cream separator in
1878 and has led in popularity and
sales for-forty years. I
It'a the world's standard cream'
"A Utit t"at IfJf Nil hit wktlt fpmw.Tily or.d mty lift on fnlitt h.ll'on" ElV
An immense problem iu 'reconsructio! confronts the present generation.
.Are you doing' your utmost to prepare to lead in its solution? ,!
Oregon A gri cu 1 t.u ral Coll ege
' , - Tr.irti for !t '.i1:tii4 in tlic lixli.ftrin rd prtfnslom M followi: ' 1 '
HOME ECONOMICS. ACRICt'LTt'RS. COMI-VKCI. FOIBSTRY. PHARMACY1, MUSIC,
VOCATIONAL fcDOCITlOU. CIVIU' fSNC-INKTlST.. F.LiiClKICAb ENGINEERING,
MECHANICAL r.V.WW'.Wb. CVZhV.Z i. F.NUiMKHKINO. INDUSTRIAL ARTS.
MINING ENOiUKtR'NU, LOUOINC KN'Qi..'bHiNO, MILITARY SCIENCE.
Thf (Jollffe traininfi incJ-j Vs ,ir:.c' in r ...ph. onuni Art. Mnthc,n.iticf, Modern Lnnguget,
Phyikhl Ed'iCHtKn, IM j,'.rjai Ju:-;.'):r.'i' W.jmjl i,r,"ues. and oil essentials uf n eUuc.ttun.
Three rrpular terrr. F'.ill t: rn befs 'September 22 1919
For Collf-pe Cnto, T'lnitr ut-rd I wAlei hrd other tr.forination aJdreM
THE, tlCC, '.': Alt, Ojcs.m iri.-i.linrl Col!ce, Corvailil
. Men who wear
good clothes like
to be sure . that
, they are getting
worth, both in
t service abilityand
in style. That is
I why I most men
" come here to buy.
Accessories of all
: kinds 'for men
whc( dress well
will be found here
in pleasing , dis
play.' Give us a
trial and . become
convinced. ;. ? . i
How fast the time
.flies I,,! Vacation'
days are passing,
bringing us again
to fall and school
time. The young
fully outfitted in
clothes for a fresh
start. Bring the
boys and girls in
, or have the come
alone. They will
be well taken card
of. i Our prepara
tion for ; school
days has been
thoro so that you
can be sure of
thing that is need
ed in that line.