Ashland daily tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1919-1970, December 30, 1926, Image 3

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    j the usual nutaber ot holiday
Christmas feast which featured
I dishes.
J Those who enjoyed the happy.
1 affair were Mr. £nd Mrs. J. P.
I Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. WM M.
I Dodge, Mr. aad Mrs. Doula Dodge
j aad two children, Mias Edith and
Bobby, Mr. aad Mrs. H. C. Oaley,
I the Misses Mary aad Ellen Oaley
and John Oaley.
,
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Qw Cent » Word Per Insertion. No Ad
FOB BfflKT — fflonuhed
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Electric Motors and
Engines Compete
Race
» » « .
Exercises at ^ngm gattnaal
WHS RENT—Furnished cabin«
WANTED— Washing to do at 4'hurab Very Im pressive—
and small apartments. Reason­ my home. Will call and deliver.
The Christmas exercises at the
able by week or month. 153 Gran Address, G. W. B., care Tidings.
Congregational shuroh on Friday,
ile BL
sú-tf
99-6» evening,'December twenty-fourth,'
FQM- RENT— Attractive <pr-
dshed flat, close in, large living
MATERNITY HOME — 158 were very impressive and were
LOHT AND FOUND
oom. smooth top gas stove and
anile. Reasonable termi. 84-tf |given before an appreciative 'au ­
rater heater, with or without
dience.
FOUND— 1927 license plates.
AMAKER TRANSFER a n d
arage. C<11 185. Pioneer or Owner can have same by calling
The early part of the program
age Co. office at residence, consisted of short recitations and
'hone 194J.
99-tf on Daniel Payne, .Ashland Realty
North Main. Phone 410.
and paying for this ad.
songs given by the younger metn-
98-6
FOR RENT— 3
77-tf I bers of the school. The class of
od aparmtent, g
HELP WANTED
girls taught by Mrs. V. V. Mills
¡paid.
990, 190
' 3 MY G IR L I » TROUWUB— May gave a delightful story-telling
communicate „with Ensign Lee
Phone 27S-Y.
WANTED— Reliable company
scene, which was carried out on a
o f the Salvation Arm y at the I stage that had , a fireplace set-
with business established, desires
.FOR RENT — 4-room apart- married man between ages of 23
White Shield Home, 565 May-
1 ti.ng at the rear that made it seem i
lent, furnace heated, furnished and 40 to represent them in Ash­
fair Ave., Portland, Otego«.
like a home scene in a real home,
id close la, Chattln ,316 Barga­
land. One with sales, experience
WELL DRILLING .
where the mother and children
in« •
88-tf or dealing with public preferred.
R. C, Vochatzer, deep
well talked together of the .real mean­
FOR KENT — Furnished apte., Salary and commission. Very good drilling, Talent, Ore. Phone 365- ing of Christmas. The pageant
id unfurnished flat, 35 So. 2nd chances for advancement. W. G. J-3. Estimates given on water put on by the high school class t
99-4*
26-tf care Tidings.
systems.
100-1-rao,* I of girls pictured the Bible story
in quite a realistic way.
? J
FOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS
A beautiful tree, glittering with 1
DAVIDSON'S T r ' a NSFEK dry
electric lights and ornaments, ’
LOT BARGAIN-M ake us an wood for sale. Residence 65 3rd
bore gifts of sweets for each mem- i
offer on this lot. 67x126 ft. being St. Phone 311.
99-1-mo.*
ber of the .school.
i
u strip of land oft of lots 18, 19,
[
»
a
a
IF YOU WANT a good home
20, 21 and 22. In block D. in
Hostess At Art Club M eeting—
I
Railroad addition to Ashland, inquire at Brown A Rice, 63 N.
' Mrs. Clinton Baughman was the i
Main.
03-tf
Ore. We have no use for It. Make
Dorothy Reid, Editor
hostess at the regular meeting pf
us an offer, is. r . Elliot & Son,
¡■the Art Club, which was held at i
FOR SALE——Cook and jicating
Oregon City, Ore.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
stoves, 85 to 825. Eagle Brass
[her pleasant home on East Main ,
Foundry, 140 Oberlin St. 80-lm* Friday, Dec. 31.— The Women's street, Monday evening, Decem- <
I FOIl HALE—Five room house
Foreign Missionary Society of
. ■ .(
Counter Leghorn Farm, Ash­ the M. E. Church will meet with her twenty-seventh.
182000.
Seven
room, <2500.
The
evening
was
spent
playing
t
Largs lot, two blocks west Nor­ land. Ore., for high grade, vigor­ Mrs. Anna Mason, 349 Uorth
cards and doing fancy work, un­
ous breeding cockerels. Order Main street at 2 p. m.
mal. Others. Phone 4?S-J.
til a late hour when delicious re­
86-tf
89-1-mo.* now.
Monday, Jan. 0.— Ashland Study freshments were served by the
Club meets at the home of Mrs. hostess, assisted by Mrs. Bert
WOOD— Dry thick Manzanita
I FOR SACRIFICE SALE— Ten
J. M. Wagner at 153 Oak street. Smith.
wood.
Tavernor.
,Phonel7F3.
■acres partly inside city limits on
100-10* Monday, Jan. 4.— Queen Esthers j
■good street, 5-room house, big
' of the M. E. church meet.
F<ynier Hotel Man Here—
burn for 16 head stock, 50-ton si­
FOR HALE— Bicycle, also cook I Monday, Jan. 3.— American Le­
« Mr. ahd Mrs. E. T. Allen and
lo, other buildings, good for chick­ çtove and organ. 118 High. 101-3*
gion Auxiliary meets in the daughter
are
spending
the
ens, dairying or fruit. Price only
Pioneer hall on Winburn Way. Christmas holidays visiting with
FOR SALE-^—Light spring rig
[82500, terms.) H. C. Galey, 65 E
Monday, ’Jan- 8.— Floral Society relatives in Medford and renew­
Main st.
101-.1 and orchard cultivator cheap.
meets.
ing old acquaintances in Ash-'
Make offer. Address, T. L. Tay­
Tuesday, Jan. 4.— Alpha Chapter land.
Mr. Allen was formerly
lor,
510
S.
Central
St.
Medford,
I The U. 8. 8. Pensacola, now un­
No. 1, O. E. 8. meets in the owner of the Ashland Hotel.
101-4*
der construction, will have a Ore.
Masonic hall.
length over all of 585 feet and a
Tuesday, Jan. 4.— Women’s Civic I
FOR HALE— Wood at 812 per
A plan is nothing if there Isn’t
[displacement of 10,000 tons.
Improvement Club meets in a big man at hand to put
Cord, black oak. Body fir, 810.50
it
the Civic club bouse on Win-1 across.
cord. Sawing included, 12 in.,
’ burn Way.
oak. 84 tier, 16 in. 84.50 tier,
Wednesday, Jan.
body fir, 83.50 and 84. ' Phone
meets in Odd Fellows Hall.
196-R or call 939 B St, L. A.
Wednesday, Jan. 5.—¡Auxiliary to
Decker.
101-1 mo.*
the Trinity Guild meets in the
Parish House.
FOR RENT - . Rooms
Janunry 8.— College Club lunch­
e o n at Hotel- Holland. Med­
ford, Ore.
BOARD AND ROOM in modern
home, warm, furnace heated
Tubes Tested Free
rooms. One and half blocks from
Mrs. Grace Ancirews was a
[L ib ra ry , 120 G re sh am St. P h o n e
310.
101-3* gracious hostess on Christmas
when she served a Splendid
FOR RENT— Nice clean rooms. Christmas dinner to a group of
Reasonable. The Annex. 79-lmo* Ashland and Medford relatives.
Mrs. Andrews' guests -were
STEAM HEATED ROOMS— A Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Adams, Mr.
few more choice warm steam and Mrs. Aaron Andrews, «the
heated rooms
at
permanent Misses Rita and Abbie Andrews
rates. Hotel Ashland.
100-tf an<j Mrs. Eunice Kibler of Ash-j
land and Mrs. Mary Matthews and
thq D. W. Wheelqr family of Med­
ford and Mr. Leonard Andrews of
Corvallis.
GUY GOOD
R « 8
and
Phone 82
Both trains were turned over to
the respective railroad companies
Business
at the same minute and the two
roads have given the trains pas­
senger schedule and complete
.right pf way, In a contest between
DR. W. J. CRANDALL
Steam steam and electricity to determine
•
Osteopathic
which goad wiU make tjie earliest
Physician aad Surgeon
in
Eye, Ear, Nosa and Throat.
delivery of their trainload. The
Office Phone 12«
qutlre length of these railroad
First Rational Bank Building
systems have been notified to
clear everything for these two
DR. MATTIE B. SHAW
freights. The employees are vy­
Physician and Surgeon
ing with each other to speed
108 Pioneer A,T®
them on.
Office
and Resident Phone
This unusual shipment of.wash­
Office Hours
ing machines is made by the May­
10 - 12 a. m. 2 - 4 p. m.
tag Pacific, Inc., to start out 1927
6:30 - 7:30 p. m.
add follows months of selling a
solid trainload each month, an
unheard of performance never
C. ELLYSON SHINN
equalled by any other distributor.
This most recent fete of bringing
Dentist
in two solid trainloads at -one
time is a rather startling culmina­
Cltixeaa Bank Bldg.
tion of the world's record they
had already sgt and Is more than
ever a remarkable tribute to the Ollee Phone 161
prosperity of this territory and
Res. Phone
thq progressiveness of Its people.
These trainloads are not merely
Evenings by Appointment
being bought by the company,
they are being purchased by the
public ut large and they prove
not only the general prosperity
hut the individual prosperity and
progressiveness of the people ' of
this state.
133 Granite Street
It is expected that the trains
Facing Park ’ and Lithia
Fountain
* il| be delivered to the Maytag
Pacific, Inc., on or before Janu­
I. W. M. Barber in Charge
ary, 1, and each road is confident
Nursing
that their traluload will be the Terms: Practical
02 to 03.00 per day
first to arrive.
Good Cheer, Good Care, Good
Food— Our slogan.
Some English miners wear
wooden helmets for protection
against falling rocks.
Convalescent
Home
WHITTLE TRANSFER
A STORAGE CO.
LITIIIA SPRINGS GARAGE
Storage $4 Per Month
LITHIA SPRINGS GARAGE
1 paint and varnish fo
every nefed
J. O. RIGG
Best Painb— Best Workmen
Phone 172
SPECIALS
FOR
TOMORROW
i n t h e H a n tfb H Piffle I » -
suranœ C o m p a n ij protects
u w f r o m dam age caused
Bacon Sides
Bacon Backs
Shortening
A Few Aluminum Cook
ers Left a t ..............$1.8!
'
(See Window)
Phone 211
WZ DELIVER
OFFICE HOUR8
10 to 12 a. m.— 2 to 5 p. m.
Citizens Bank Building
Ashland, Oregon
DR. ROLAND ALLEN
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 108-J
Residence Phone IOS-1.
OFFICE HOURS
10-12 A. M .
8-0 P. M.
First National Bank Building
HERE AT LAST
Tkilor-Made Shoes
Women's Shoe», 07.80
Men's Shoes, 0 7 4 »
For the Whole Family
Tailor-Made Shoes are fitted
to six actual ,foot measure­
ments in any style— in the
leather you like best and in
high or low shoes as you- pre­
fer. Now you can enjoy foot
comfort and have perfect shoe
style and maximum service
Rear Union Oil Station
BEAUTE - SHOPPE
Valve Refaclng and Grinding
a Specialty
(O ver The Tidings)
Now Under the Direction of
Ross SulUvan.
Phone 77
For Appointment
Accredited
Training Pays
price — Phone S3.,
JORDANS' HASH AND
CABINET WORKS
Corner Helman and Van Ness.
Phone 161.
194-tl
Shorthand
Machine Bookkeeping
Burroughs Calculator
Business Office Practice
Medford Business College
Rns F a ir
Allowance
Cockerels
Big, vigorous birds, weighing
over 5 lbs. each. Linebred and
Individually Pedigreed from a
Progeny Tested Dam with 3
year record of 664 eggs (1st
year 271 eggs).
Only a limited n uni her left.
Prices very reasonable, with
proven breeding ability. Podl.
gree furnished.
fthyi
Newcombe For Wood
Phone 631
Fact, and P l. Blox, ISO on. ft.
Ix»ad .........................Í..... 08.00
R Blox and Mill Ends, 8 Tier
Lithia Leghorns
LiccnsM by
E thyl Gasoline 1
112 Nutley St.
Phone 466-J
.Corporation
GOLF LESSONS
fflgrkable motor-fuel.. . . Start using it and let the carbon in
more o f it fo rm !. . . Associated Ethyl utilizes the increased
n and speeds up the revolutions-per-minute o f your motor,
)Wer, more speed, greater flexibility. . . . And you’ll notice
¡ear-shifting, especially on bills. Associated Ethyl w ill make
your motor run like new.
. ia t iifa c tio n
?
creates, within the motor, improved conditions
combustion, so shat the gasoline is able tw
function to its full capabilities. T h e c o lo r o f
Associated Ethyl Gasoline is re d . . . but it does
Learn to play flolf this winter
and be ready for the opening
of the Ashland course this
spring.
i
Let Me Teaffli You
BILLY SELKIRK
Instructor,
Ashland Golf Club
Studio, 131 E. Main
HTDI* OOUGMaNG— VERY
QUICKLY EFFECTIVE
Associated
ETHYL
tberti
Gasoline *
Rgal Estate & Real Inaurane
Estgb. ¿883 >t 41 E. Main BL
Office Phone 164-J
• Home Phone 1G4-L
General Transfer
Good team and motor trucke.
Good service at a reasonable
G ” I N T R A F F IC
Mt. Prevents motor
4 pkgs. Jelly Powder, 25c 1 Box Ohipso, large
1 Box Ivory Flakes
Mince Meat, 2 lbs. 35c
2 Bars Ivory Hand Soap
1 Large Bar Ivory Soap
Peaberry Coffee, 40c lb
4 Bars P & G Naptha
Bishop Cocoa,
25c lb 1 White Dish Pan
Physician and Surgeon
THE POWDER PUFF
1ST ST. GARAGE
Call in for a Chat.
a n d note w h a t else i t does:
Herbert's Grocery
Dr. Charles A. Ha-inn«
J.'W . Barr & Son
Fuller Paints
Hold Family R e u n io n -
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dodge held
the regular family reunion on
Christmas day, which Is always
an event of the holiday season.
On Friday evening a beautiful
tree, wonderfully lighted and dec­
orated, furnished the entertain­
ment, and again on Christmas
day the family gathered for the
Office Hours: 10 - 12 —d 2 - 0
Swedenborg Building
H. C. HANSON
08 Gresham
Ashland. Ore.
We have Installed machinery
which makes yobr valves op­
erate perfectly.
We Inspect cars, locate trouble
free of charge.
to wrath
Varnishes
Phone 117
Office 89 Oak St,
X-Ray, Including T e e th '
Free Crankcase Service
Philco Eliminators
XL ELECTRIC
Station
Packing, Crating and Shipping.
Long Distance Hauling.
Auto Freight Terminal
c Make a specialty
Washing, Greasing,
FRESH
Radio A B & C
Batteries
Kolster Radios
Coal, Wood and Storage
BE. ERNEST A. WOODS
Practice Limited To
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Sustained Quality Products
Here is the basic reason why
without opiates or chloroform,
Foley’s Honey and Tar Com­
pound stops coughs so quickly
and heals the distress cause. Be­
cause its combines the curative
virtues of pure Pine Tar and
other healing ingredients,
tp-
i gather with the mollifyiftg- demul­
cent effect of clear fresh Honey
a valuable combination. Coughs
and throat irritations, bronchi«!
and "flu" coughs, croup (spas­
modic) and troublesome night
courhs are quickly controlled by
Foley's Honey and Tar.
The
name tells the story. Ask far
It. Sold everywhere. — No. I
Tells Bow
Nostrils go
You ferl fins in a few mowwwta
Your sold in bead or oatsoh will be
gone. Your clogged nostrils will open.
The sir passages of your head Will
Sinar and you oan breaths freely. Vo
more dultocea, headache; no hawfciiw,
snuffling, inuroiiK disahnqgea sr g|5-
no struggling furfenSlIi a ta jg tt.
b<Se o,°K,vi
wvKKie oi r*iy 9 vream H uai, Apply a
little of this fragrant, autissptle
«ream in your mwlriis, 1st it paaetmte
through every a ir jpessegeof tbs head;'
soothe and beai the swollen. U
mucous membrane, aad relief
instantly.