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ASHLAND TIDIN G S
Published Evry Evening Except Sunday IT
- THE ASBXAKD PRINTING COMPANY
Beit R. Greer Editor
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GREAT DOUBLE i . ,, xwENifpffiCE J
OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER.
, SIHSCRIITIOX RATES DELIVERED IN CITY
On Year. Delivered !'
Dna Vnnth TWIvaraH 0
On Week t
Subscription Rate By Mail Outside of City
On year by mail '
Si month! by mall
Three month! by mail
No out of town ubecriptlon taken tor leas than three months.
By Mail Ouulde of fnlted Bute-
On year... ...,.11.11
Six Wonthi.. v t 4,1
No aubacription tor lew than six months.
Single Inaertion ,ch Inch JOe
Display Advertising " ". ....
One time a week, each Inch...,. each time 17 He
Two timet a week, each inch each time 26c
Every other day, each Inch. .......... . .each time tOo
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Each line each time (I worda to line)
To run every other day lor on month, each line each time
To run every lsaue tor on month or more, each line each time
On cent the word each time.
To run every ieaue tor on month or more, H the word each time.
Card! of Thanka, 11.00. ,
, Obituaries, !tt cent the Jin.
Fraternal Orders and Bocletle
Advertising tor fraternal order or aocietlea charting a regular Initiation
fee and dues, no discount. Rellgioua and benevolent order will be
charged for all advertising whan an admission or other charge it mad, at
. the regular rat.
Toe Tiding bat a greater circulation In Ashland and ita trade territory
'than ail other newspapers combined.
Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postofflco as Second Class Mail Matter.
Charlie Chaplin It teen a a "hired
man," the much imposed upon slave
of a hypocritical farmer In "Bunnr
side," hit third million dollar com'
edy to be released by First National
Tb action in "Tb Trap," a Uni
versal production, take place In the
Yukon, during the gold-rush day,
and revert to New York. Tb wild,
picturesque scenery of the Klondike,
the habits of the men and woman
who wnt there to cajol tb yellow
barpy gold are portrayed wtth In
tense realism, It I laid. Tb eubse
quenlevents, which transpire in New
York, reflect ' tb plot strength of
tb Davis story. In bas-relief to tb
plot and action are tb photographl-
cal possibilities present wben depict
lng borne of wealth, ' The aggressive
methods of tb men who vl with
each other for a place In New York's
6c 'business world, are faithfully por
The part It distinctly different
from Chaplin' characterisation In
"A Dog' Life," In which he played
the role of a young city,- man, and
"Shoulder Arms," In which be Was
a' soldier, the two first $1,000,000
coniedle prdduced by Mr.lCbaplln's
new ' cbmpaby. Th entlr back
ground I tbat of a quiet countryside
where Charlie shows bli unfamiliar
ity with rural life In a ceaseless suc
cession of happenings.
STREETS OK PRIME IMPORTANCE
Were we unfortunate enough to
be tb street committee of tb Ash
land city council w would consid
er two Ashland street of prim im
portance. These are tb streets run
ning up to the automobile camp
ground. Tb on starting at the
First National bank corner and the
other the park drive up Mill street.
The first Impression a stranger
gett of a city goet for In determin
ing hit chance of aettling there. Moat
of Atbland't newcomer are arriving
by , automobile and camping in our
free grounds. The streets leading o
the camp grounds should be kept
alway In tin repair smooth and
eaay a a boulevard Indicating th
aplrit of the city to keep up Itt
property In good shape. Before the
fall rain set In these street should
he gone over with special view to
drainage so tbat the great rut tbat
lack of care would bring this winter
'would be done permanently a Way
with. Where culvert are needed 'to
carry away flood waters, wber gut
ter are needed, where th street
needs crowning to keep them dry, the
work should be done now. It will
pay big return on th Investment.
STUDENT ROOMS OBTAINED '
(Special to Tb Tiding. ) i
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, lu
gen, Sept. 10. The housing situ
ation at the university, which was a
' perplexing problem a few weeks ago
In view of the large Increase In en
rollment, ha been remedied by the
response of tbe people of Eugene' In
offering (pare rooma to the itudedt.
Professor H. 'A. Clark, chairman
of tb faculty committee arranging
litt of lodging places for the stu
dents, has been canvassing th town
with splendid success.
WOMEN DOCTORS COME
FOR BIO CONFERENCE
' ' (By the United1 Press)
NEW YORK. Sept. 11. Seven of
Europe's most prominent women
physicians are expected to arrive to
day from Norway to attend th In
ternational Conference of Women
Physicians In New York, beginning
September 17. !
The group include Dr. Dagaey
Bang and Reglna Stang of Christi
ana, Norway, specialists in derma
tology, pathology and hygiene. From
Copenhagen Dr. Johanne FellbeYg,
Dr. Betty Agerbolm and Dr. Estrid
Hein will com. Dr. Gerda K. Ro
nanus and Dr. Alma Suadquist will
com from Stockbold.
O FASH LAN
AS YOUR BUSINESS
, you may require an ad
' ditional banking connec
tion. You will find Tb CltU
' cent Bank of Ashland
of valuable service to
W are ever alert to the
beat interest of our cus
tomer., Account solicited.
DEATH THOT DUE
Th body of tb
Stoddard, Who was
AT LOCAL HOTELS
Visitors registering at the local
. . Hotel Austin
' Miirinwl Blavion. Prlnevllle: MU-
jdred J. Morrissey. Portland; B. E.
Cbauncey Morton, Eugene;. M. Li Cummlng.
' a m a t
dead In Eugene; Mr. ana Mrs. j. b. Arnoiu,
his tent at the Oskar Huber camuiMr. "d Mrs. J. H. Arnold, Detroit,
on tbe Siskiyou, waa brought in to j Mich.; Frank i. Barne and wlf. San
Ashland laat evening and I being rm'acc-: J. u. sauia ana wne.
held her until the county coroner i Spokane; Mr. J. H. Corcoran, Port
arrive. According to report, frdm , : W. Lloyd Grave. Geo. W.
the camp, the deceased complained i R. & W. Schulie, Portland; Ollv
of indigestion in the forenoon, and ; P. Newburg; R. M. Carroll.
had retired to bis tent after seeking
the cook camp to obtain soda to re
lieve bis trouble. That was th laat
any on remembered of teeing him,
and It It tupposed thnt heart failure
probably resulted following an at
tack of acuta Indigestion. Arrange
ment for the funeral will be miide
TO BE ARGUED
(By th United Press)
PORTLAND, Sept.' 11. The case
of Henry Albert, who appealed front
a sentence of tbree years and a fine
of $10,000 given by tbe United
States district court on a charge !
making disloyal remark? relative to
the government, will be argued In
the United States circuit court ' ol
appeals at Ban Francisco on Octo
ber 14, according to advices received
In Portland yesterday. The coo
will be argued for the government ly
United State Attornty Haney mid
Deputy United State Attorney Gold
stein. v 'I .
Good Meal and Bhort Order,
and Night ervlce.'
297 East Main .
Back to Ashland
John O. Rtgg Is back from Good
ing, Idaho, where he went several
week ago with a view to locating.
Tb attractions of Ashland proved
too strong, however, and be could
not resist the' longing to return1 to
the Llthla City. While In Gooding
Mr. Rlgg met Rer. and Mrs.' W. J.
Douglas, former paBtor of tbe Meth
odist church of Ashland; who are now
located in tbat ctty. He stated that
Mr. Douglas ha Just returned from
a three weeks' visit in Colorado,
while Mr. Douglas was Just home
from Idaho conference, from , where
he had been returned to tbe pastorate
of tb Gooding ' Methodist church
with aa increase of salary.
APPEAL FOR HELP
"TO REMOVE CATTLE
Water Commissioner Earl Hosier
reports that cattle are running about
over th watershed up Ashland can
yon at their own sweet will, despite
the word sent to the forest reserve
office stating that they must look af
ter cattle there and keep them away.
Mr. Hosier stated that he made a trip
up the canyon last Sunday and aaw a
large number of cattle all over the
mountains, through Wagner gap end
near Mount Aahland. Tbe wire
fences have been cut, he said. In sev
eral places, allowing tbe cattle to
roam at will wherever they wish to
feed. At tbe last meeting of council
it was decided to mak on more
appeal to tb forestry, but meantime
take the matter up with U. B. Sena
tors Chamberlain aud McNary by tel
egram and see It government heads
cauuot remedy h( matter.
YOU Compliment Your
Friends When You
Write on '
Our Stock Alway Clean and FVesk.-
Our-display shows a great variety
of charming teleotioo.
BEE OUR WINDOW
FOLEY A ELHART, Draggiata -
AT NATATORIUM AT 9:00 O'CLOCK
CONCERT IN LITHIA PARK AT 7:30 p. m.
Saturday Evening Sept. 13th
: Tommasino's 21 piece Italian Exposition Band slopping enronte from Calllornla Exposition to Oregon Exposition
m Tickets for Dance $1.00 plus war tax. Ladies Free
Junction City; W. P. Hicks, Chica
go; Charles B. Plalsance, Los An
teles; Mr. Ethel C. Swearlngen,
Madison Lake, Minn.; N. R. Greer,
Medford; Oeo. A. Hampton and wife,
Portland ; Walter Dorsey, Indianap
olis; JVO. Nelson and wife, Gales-
burg, III.; Lottie ' M. Inglson, Inde
pendence J. A. Churchill, Salem;
Mr. P. H. Mason and son, Berkeley,
Calif.; Mr. and Mr. C. N. Rice, Oak
'Elisabeth Sammons, Fall City;
Evelyn Carstens, Rogue River; Ella
U Welch, Portland; E. R. Martin,
Portland; O. Ham well and wife, Los
Angel; Mr. and Mrs.' T. Skinner,
Portland; Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Conner,
Mis Conner, Ban' Francisco; H.
Brown ahd'wlfe, Sacramento;' Mrs.
Ada East, Medford; Mr. and Mrs.
JV V. Tbaxter. Portland; J. F. Scot
ton and daughter, Lot Angeles; Mr.
Cha. T. Tolley, Phoenix, Arli.; D.
R. Perkins and wife, Turlock, Calif.
W ar offering torn real value
la Diamond. Ton cannot lose; the
chance ar good for a much higher
price In tb near future.
TAILORS TO R
MEN AND WOMEN
Best Woolens; Latest Fash
ions Alway 8.
- Satisfaction Gflaranteed
City had Ranch Propertfe. Houses
CRta' Bank Baildlng.
P E I L' S
' Comer by th Park.
I want to do out on Cream Sep-antDia.
, .Have twd left over from before the
war prices, aadT will sell them ac
cordingly. Bout are 400 lb. capacity.
. New and nsed'Bewlag Machines
of moat any make for sale or rent,
We bare bnndred of used Sew
ing Masblnea that we have taken In
trad for sew White machines, and
soma of them la a Kood aa new. Will
U told for a small price. -
are usually he f efleiion of some
upset to bodily health.
Coffee drinking usually exagger
ates such conditions and fro
qaendy produces them.
That's vrhy'80 many former
coffee diners now favor
Boil fully fifteen minutes and a
: delightful beverage results. fFino
, for children as well as grown-ups.,
Everywhere at Grocers
Two sizes usually sold a 15c &sd 25c.
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City to Let Bids
For Paving Road
The city council at tbe adjourned
meeting last nlgbt approved of the
plans and specifications for grading
and paving the extension of the
Boulevard from Ashland street to
Walker avenue. It 1 the Intention
of council to have this stretch grad
ed this fall or winter, the paving to
follow some time next year. Bldt tor
the grading are to be advertised for,
to be opened September 23.-
First Claa Baking Product and
' Light Lunches
BON TON BAKERY
Corner Fomrth and A Street Across
From th Depot.
Fresh Meat, and Lunch
Largest and Best Stock In Ashland.
WB ARE HERE FOR 8ERVICB
James 'Barrett, Prop.'J Phona 188
Ashland Furniture Ch
COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS
Furniture, Carpet, Linoleum, Stoves, Ranges, Cooking VtentU
and Camping Outfit.
92-04-00 North Main Street
WrZsTZsmZs 2ri sCli
THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
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THE REGISTRAR, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, OREGON.
Better Conditions BetterMillirig,
In Ashland Butte Flour
Phone 49 ' Ashland, Oregon.
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The most complete and beautiful line that we ever had on our
shelves for Fall' are arriving every day. It will pay you to look
over our big line.
Dress Goods -
Trlcotine. Velours, French . Serg.
and all" other known materials are
to be found in our new tock lu
all the seasons latest shades. Priees
,will be right and quality th beat
' tor th money. Buy now.
Bath Robe Blankets
Full sit and already 'to be cut to
patte'rn. Com in different color
combinations tbat are pleasing to
' look at, and big values to wear.
Priced at $8.00 each.
Bath Robe Flannel
Now is the time to provide for thos
cold winter mornings. This flannel
comes In grey and white, navy and .
red, tan and blue, and grey, purple
and white color combinations. 88
in. wide, priced at 66o per yard. We
claim 'thia flannel to be the very
best quality that can be bought for
tbe money, bonce the-Value.
Largest and most oomplete Una to
be found in this part of tbe country
is In our store. Plaids In all the
different comblnationa, plains 'in' all
colors. Now It the time to prepare
for winter ....... .$3.00 to $11.00 L
New and nifty for Fall wear, comes
In black, grey and natural shade In -exra
wide width can be cut for
throw. Moderately priced with
high prices taken into consideration,
Don't fall to Inspect our big line of
Furs that we have tor Fall, price,
quality and style will be right on
every article tbat we sell. The arti
cles that we have today lu ttdck
ar worth 25 per cent more On the 1
market today. Buy now and get