Ashland daily tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1919-1970, December 26, 1925, Page 3, Image 3

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Guernsey, welt bred, gentle, m ilk
teats •«..«, givfag good aunntity.
owner leaking tew s.
Id a N.
M ain St.
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Tbs object o f toe whole move­
ment is to center attention up­
on study groups dealing with
home problems.
I t to most necessary that part
onto keep abreast of the time».
They must read a id study that
they m ay b etter understand the
n a tu re ' and needs of their chil­
dren.
Parent-Teacher asso cia ­
tions hare the greatest oppor­
tu n ity o f a ll to put this program
into action.
I t to O U R job
sad ' we muOt not shttk tt.
Also l t d aeree, 276 plow toad.
Between tw o good towns on
highway.
Wjsnt high altitude.
F o r porttowtore. w rite J. i .
dld.dd.
Eagle Brass Foundry,
ftdd Oberlin gt.
Id -1 ato.”
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W A N T E D — Pruning and gar­
den work of ell kinds.
Phone
441-R. A. Begsworth.
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■FBM A ttt H W P W A N T E D —<
Women of business ability te,
take np w ell established business.
Ò i « f fu lis m tillT jl solic­
itor; «fetosnent if yen bring re-
sulto.
Apply Tidings o ffici,
feh le n « .
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A IC IIO
A. L. G9E
Mn.
t . A. Everetta
Eednstee Jeckeon Cm Agent
Medford, Ore.
Ptome SP7-Y
Two blocks off Beet Mein on
Vancouver.
20« W illam ette.
B lair Granito Co.’s
Gray, e r e unSxcell
your orijeto tu t mR
delivery.
BO
keantoton, Manager;
T he
child*«
g rea test peril In o ey
life to not bad book«,
movies, but Just HOM ELESS­
NESS— the lack of some one to
lis ten to hlto. » Mie without
roots which w ill bold him in
bis place and canse him to
••grow to wisdom and stature and
to favor ujlth God and man.'*
The things children see don«
and lean» to do in the home,
Will be pretty apt to become In
la te r yefee «»«If ra l* of tide.
Then that heme which does not
in still into the heart of eeoh
child in it the H eater’s greet
principle
of
right
living-—
••IKhataoever ye would that men
~~g >^s app»wafle~u femrnaag should do to yo« So yo even so
Job of painting or tinting figure to them,” has felled.
Thera!
w ith S.WBNNING A GEAR the mast be F A IR P L A Y end 8BR-
• ¡ p t e f lg H o F a M t o K C^ 5 w T m a V IC E in childhood if that ru»e
to to prevail fa ednlt M f*
,
• Legal fences may be built
•round children^ fa r protection
but unlues there to created w ith ­
in the heart of the child the
desire to conform to right stan­
dards these fenesa artll * » « • '
tually fa il te bold.
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‘ Scary child bee the r*«1*1 • *
be born of Christian pafentA
to grow up in a Christian home,
to receive a Christian education
and to live in a decent totemm*-
tty. W hen E V E R Y C H IL D
this right all monuments
parental neglect may be
low for there w ill be no i
N ew Lamp Burns
' < 94 Per Cent A ir
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BK 0UL0SI«
P O R T L A N D Dec. ««— (U . P.J
— Persons between the ages of
1« to 26 years appear to be
the most susceptible to tuber­
culosis, according to a bulletin
Issued hy> th e O regon S tate
Board of H ealth .
Dr.' F rederick D. Stricker, sec-
retary, declared tuberculosis Is
both curable; te d preventable. To
cure, ,howavp«i
neoessaiy to
a rre s t. t f e disease early.
Fresh
nourlahlng food
and sunshine, « re the best pre-
▼pnUtlrJes, (the b u lletin said.
Loss of
and appetite, a
■daily rise Of ^tsmpetature in the
afternoon, * oonsh add fatigue
r f c '3 *
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“ Pate It along to everyoi
possible,** wfltes Landon Ta
D orchester. Iow a.
“ 1 1 hop
wlU help others the fem e 4 »
self. Every morning t'w m g j
and could h a rd lr w alk. fatt
1 t feel fine.
1 never - tho
the change poesJhJe to .to
your pills.*’
F Q L B Y P IL L
diuretic stimulant for .the
neys. flash the Udfieys ant
crease the amount f t w a tt*
ter carried out of your syi
needs
smell
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tickets
the ehqt gn* tafee drawn
saio.
OwpwfitaNeV Hotel — Open Evenings
The winners "Christmas evening were: Mrs. Vem
Onrey, "Kony Moarfort” House slipprrs, 57 tickets.
W; B. Wycoff, won the hip boots, bringing in 80
tickets.
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Maybe Y ou
Forgot T he Gar
Christmas
Crate for Y our fire p la ce _
FO B THE USE O F BR IQ UETTES
In
Do You Need a
PwiltCF or-a
We have on hand & Specially Constructed
BBAanvM
J. Q. BIGG
or other necessary parts
for a oomplete seey^dition-
to*- •
Best Workers and' Best»
Paints
;
A sk your M echanic
Sudden Service
FOB KVBBT OAB
Our customers, who have used Briquettes in fire­
places with this grate, a>e loud in their praises. We
sell this grate at practically cost. Try Briquettes
for furnaces.
( ARSON-FOWLER LBR.
In tbs S lan t of Town
O eser’s Ashland Service Station
Mw only obb
1 that wfll play
tion« which will aid U
Bolding down the winter
•cold.
< MR
We fiU .your Badiator properly and attend to it
BARG AINS
Our T ift rrioee will interest you and eave you
Money
DB. W. OfíSEB, Prop,
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1922 Ford Ton Truck UW
1923 Chev. Coupe
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Palm er Piano
H ou se
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A utom otive Shop
Brake Befitting Done by
• Maobbery
Gas Ranges
Installed and Connected as Low as
«55.00
We have reduced the prices on our
ROPER G ^ S RANGES
The Park Garag
d e a n Clothes For
The Holidays
Ashland, Oregon (
OLDSMOJMLE
Do not wait until the last-
minute to have your
clothes dry cleaned afcd
pressed for the holiday
functions; but phone us
new and we will call Cor
them.
11Ö T O M
clean, sm ooth, d eligh tfu l shaves
O N E -T H IR D
AHo
The
r«n»us
qtfetopB .With New Speed
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Bumers^ ‘
wfeleh wc will be glad to demonstrate
SO U T H E R O REG O N G A S CO
from blade« made better «bam M »
le t a dames Stropper ta-
iay aRd treat your face
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**If I could not h a v e , a James
Stijopper I would riot'have a GU-
ette Rasor.”
George W . Coleman.
Babson' Institute.
“ H A iilg h tfe of interest uPyo«f tv
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know that I recently »uychased 4
•The James Stropper’ and I ant t i
;o Detroit Co.
Boston.
ire 1« only one answer
» perfect shave absoluta
rfe lto
BOG UE R IV ER PO ULTR Y FARM
JttokeonvilU Highway Two Miles Fr« om Medford
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TBoord
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ALCOHOL
public
QBDB» W W B
We have soveral prepara­
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to a joy-shave.
WINTER GOLDS
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Freezing .Weather is Here
Protect Y our Radiatot, w ith
« le i rato to to r a tita C*H
Phonograph
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V E A CHANCE
to get oh
Mondpyz
HOME
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LEEDOM ’S
Beat« Electric or Oas
A new oil lamp that r * ™
«maslngly (brilliant sofA whtto
light, even bettor then fed oy
electricity. has been tested to
U. 8. Government end 36 lean*
lag universities and found to be
eUporior to 10 ordinary oil lamp«.
I t burns w ithout odor, smoke or
notoe-r-no pumping up, to simple,
Head, safe.
Burns »4 per cent
a ir and • per o fe t oemmen kero­
sene (coal o il).
The inventor, V. M. Johnson,
M l N o rth Union Ave., Portland,,
Oregon, to offering to pend a lama,
• n 10 day’s F R E E tria l, or even
to give F R E E |o tbs firs t user in
each locality who w ill help him
introduce it. W rite Mm »today for
f a ll particulars. Also ask him to
ek plain h o *
yo« eno get the
explain h e *
yon fen gab the
agency, and w ithout exphnence of
. n e s v » f e e « « 0 .to ««00 per.
month.
tS -^ P rs g ld e a t CooUdge
¿•cited tod s/ to Jrtys tfe
South représentation op
the Interstate commerce
com mission.
He nomi­
nated Rlch&rd V . Taylor
of Àfabamk to succeed
C. C. McCofd, who re-
signed.
T h e ' President resab*
mitted to the Senate the
nomination of Thomas F.
Woodloch of Mew York,
whe is s e rrta i as an in ­
terstate commerce com-
■ misaioner under recess
appointment. The Senate
last spring declined to sp-
prove Woodlocka noml-
nation.
W hat this country
onions too polite to
company.
M A R C ELLIN G 7Pe,Vhonel2B J
tor appointment o r ce» « í H el-
y ife S t , uytotosopt.
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CONVALESCENT
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C O A U NO A, C a l, « H t
(U . P .)— A M E M B T thto 1
'better
homes
which
ha»
.been. tntVwtiMl fer the Portland
Connell <tf CknMbes is arousing
both interest and action.
Protestant. Catholic and Jewish
faiths have indicated their Wlljn
halfway . bstwson Portland and
nonet, one fe d t - l heors eaeb
way.
Atao «erne other good
property It interested.
Call J.
W . Sbnttnck, Talent, fee .
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