Ashland daily tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1919-1970, February 05, 1927, Page 4, Image 4

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PAGE FOUR
líoeal ■ Personal flotes
From Wuguer C r e e k -
Entertainm ent by Medford—
Herman Summers, a resident of
Entertainment features at the
Wagner Creek, spent Thursday in regular meeting of H illah Temple
Ashland shopping and visiting of the Mystic Shrine last night in
this city was presented by the
with friends.
Medford delegation. The meet­
Girl over 18, neat and attrac­ ing took up routine business and
tive to work in vaudeville road several special matters.
show. No experience necessary.
Must be free to travel. Call M n .
Paul8erud’s for cleaning. 133-tf
Leeper, Ashland Hotel,
133-1
Visited In Medford—
The Medford-Klamath freight
line, which was owned by H . P.
Eggers. and the office o f which
is located in Medford, was sold
recently to Arnold 3. Bohnert of
Central Point and Carl S. Stewart
of Medford.
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R. Noxon of Yreka, Cal., spent
the day here yesterday looking
after business affairs.
Visitor From Macdoel—
J. E. Evans of Macdoel, Cal., is
spending a 'fe w days in Ashland
visiting with friends.
Being P a in t e d -
Miller's Toggery on the Plaza
|s receiving a new coat of paint
on the inside and attractive new
Plenty of money to'loan on display signs are to be seen plac­
good security. Phone >1. Yeo, of ed around the store.
J. S. Arnold and son of Ashland course.
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were violton in Medford Thurs­
day.
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Left for Yreka- •
W . D. Jackson o f the Palace
Apples, Newtowns, crisp and Lunch in this city le ft Wednes­
good, 75 and 60 cents, 430 Holly. day for Yreka, Cal., where he w ill
St e o d look a fter business a ffairs for a
few days.
Freight Line Sold—
From Te:
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leeper of
Texas spent yesterday in Ashland
looking after business affairs. Mr.
Leeper is with the Texas Bob'Co.
W1I1 Play at H ilt— ;
Carl Loveland, Domino Pro-
vost, V. Tilitson and Teddy Cald­
well of this city w ill motor to
H ilt, Cal,, this evening where
they will play a dance.
At the Ashland Hotel—
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Marsh of
Let the UNION write your lu ll
San
Francisco, W . E. K yler of
coverage autoqfoblle Insurance.
Yeo, wC course.
gg-tf Corvallis,* Ore., and A. P. McCul-
LINDSEY TO FIGHT
FOR HIS POSITION
Twenty One Pointe Are Cit­
ed for Rehearing Be-
Court
D E N V E R , Feb.
5.— ( U N ) - ~
The fight Judge Ben Lindsey ex­
pects to hold his place aa juvenile
Judge-of Denver, following his be­
ing ousted by the state supreme
court, started today.
Counsel for the Jurist, who has
been the storm center in and out
of court circles fos his Ideas,
about marriage, cited 21 points
as grounds for rehearing In a pe­
tition to the high court.
I t is. contended in the petition
that Judge Lindsey Was not given
an opportunity to present bis side
of the case before the Denver
district court when It was tried.
The case was decided in his fa­
vor In the low court, which held
that Lindsey’s evidence' in cortnec
tloU with his 1925 election
not necessary for a verdict.
„ I f his petition is denied Lind­
sey expects to carry his case to
the United States supreme court.
BASKETBALL TR A M LEA VES
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Visitor from
PLAZA’S
Chicken Dinner
85c
Visitors In A s h la n d -
SU N D A Y
Mr.* and Mra. Jas, Lenox and
son, Keith of the Valley View dis­
trict spent last SunTay at
the
home of M r. and Mrs. Henry
Carter and fam ily of Ashland.
USED CAR SALE
1923 Ohev. Coupe
1923 Chev. Coupe
1926 Ohev. Touring
1926 Ford Touring
1926 Ohev. Coupe
1926 Chev. Coach
Texas Bob Will
pShojjc Here Monday
B la ir form erly' resided in
Shasta C it y -
At the Oregon Hotel—
Isabell Anderson of M edfor«
Frank Ball, a resident of Shas­
* Mra. J. Ig. Seule of San Diego,
The Ashland high school bas­ Cak, R. C. Clever of Loa Angelaa, ta C(ty, Cal., spent yesterday In was a visitor In thia city' yester­
day.
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ketball learn, accompanied by Cal., and H. J. Bederqpan of Port­ AshlantLjpn business.
Coach Russell Crtpe, Jeft yester­ land, Ore., ara among those who
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day on a barnstorming trip which registered at the Oregon hotel
will take thefa as fa r aa Salem.
yesterday.
..a.
They played Roaebnrg last
night, and are scheduled to play
at Corvallis todlght and at Salem At the Lithia Springs Hotel—
Monday, returning to Ashland op
A. H . Ayers of Los Angeles
Tuesday. M r. W . P. W alters and
Cal., M r. and Mrs. L. J. Buttcane
Claus Kleinhammer are driving
o f . Fresno, Cal., and D. B. Ha-
the hoys north. ‘ >
mar of Portland, Ore., are among
Those who are making (he trip
those who stopped at the Lithia
are: Wayne H ill, Roy Abbott,
Springe hotel yesterday.
Roy Parr, Aldo Parr, Everett Mc­
Gee, W illiam
Kanasto, Snnny
Leedom and Clifton Garnett.
louch of Los Angeles, Csl.; are
among
those who stopped in Ash­
In A p p le g a t e -
Mrs. Clyde Young and little land yesterday. They registered
daughter, M arylan Roe, o f Ash­ at the Ashland hotel, while here.
land have been the guests during
Home From Salem—
A lfalfa Hay, one bale or a car the past week at the home of
W illiam M. Briggs and J. H.
load. Ashland F ru it A Pro. Assn. Mrs. Young’s mother, Mrs. A. 8.
Fuller
of this city, who have been
122-tf Kleinham m er at Applegate.
attending the legislature In Sa­
Texas Bob, cowboy hypnotist,
lem, arrived home last evening to and his company of" 10 people,
Just
received
three
hundred
Gone to Tacoma—
spend the week-end with their w ill be special added attracyon at
Miss Ruth Hsrvey of this city now V ictor records.—rT h e Rose.
families.
the Vining theatre for Monday
has gone to Tacoma, Wash.,
night only.
His show for the
Stopped
in
where she w ill attend school.
Talent Visitor—
most part has to do w ith hypno­
Mrs. J. Mayes and Mrs. F. M ar­
Clarence W illiam s of Talent, tism and local subjects w ill be
Valentines and valentines at quess of Anderson Creek were
was visiting In Ashland today put under his spell.
shoppers In this city this week.
Elhart’s.
shopping and looking after busi,
His program for the most part
peas affairs.
Is
of a humorous nature, and is
A dandy plate lunch Including
heralded
as being clean in every
Employed at Prospect—
eoffee every neon and night, 35c.
Attended Funeral—
particular.
Fred R. Nell, who formerly At the Plaza.
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Ray Brennan and Jim Clarke
There w ill also be the usual
worked at the Ashland creamery
of Klamath Falls arrived in T al­ picture preceding the special at­
is employed by the California
From Klamath F a l l s -
ent yesterday morning to attend traction.
Oregon Power company at Pros­
James Blair of Klamath Falls the funeral of Mrs. W illiam
pect.
Is spending the week-end in Ash­ Glelm.
BRAD TIDINGS WARS ADS
land visiting with relatives and
SATURDAY, Fdb. «, 1—7.,
The ;
Automotive Shop
Chevrolet
Dealers
HRAD W ORK
as well aa nimble finger manipu­
lation is needed in our establish­
ment. Wp have to use brains and
critical Judgment in the treat­
ment of individual cases.
For
instance/ we differentiate In our
treatm ent of the scalp for beau­
tifying and promoting luxurious
growth of the hair.
Lithia Springs Hotel
Meaaaaine Floor
B eauty Parlor
[SOUP:—
Chicken with Home-made Noodles
I SALAD:—
Lettuce and . Asparagus with Mayonnaise
CHOICE OF:—
Fried Belgian Hare, Cream ’ Gravy
Chicken Fricassee with Dumplings
Baked Young Chicken, Celery Stuffing
* Boast Leg of Pork, Fresh Applesauce
BUTTERED PEAS
MASHED POTATOES
,
HOT BREAD.
DESSERT
Pineapplo Tapioca Cream
Marshmellow Sundae -
Orange Sherbert with Wafers
Coffee, Tea or Milk
«teurgie B. Young, Beautician.
COME IN AND SEE
THE NEW CAPITOL
CHEVROLET
Don’t You Want To
.
this city.
WONG
TODAY ONLY
“The Buckaroo K id”
• t
with
HOOT GIBSON
SUND AY ONLY
R ental Lib rary— E lh a rt’s.
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Teacher 111—
Miss M ildred M illion, a teacher
in the Washington school. Is con­
fined to h er home w ith illness and
is been unable to attend her
claaees since Tuesday. •
Real chicken Tamales, served,
*°e . T r t g |e home, 21c. The
Plasa.
M «4f
BULBS
-
*•
, MONDAY
DAHLIA
and GLADIOLUS
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One Night Only
Let Me Send You My Price List.
H. HOSLER
ASHLAND, ORE.
THE RADIO ON FEB. 22 (WASHINGTON'S
341 ALMOND ST.
ADDED ATTRACTION
Texas
Bob
Had T onsils Rem oved—
ADOLPHE
MF.NJÜU
Waldo P. Nye and w ife of
Prospect were visiting at the
home of F. W . Combs at Wagner
Creek la st week. Mrs. Nys un­
derwent an operation in Ashland
having her tonalls removed. Mrs.
.Nye was form erly Miss A rrant of
Talent.
8 m the new cloths« reel at Jor­
dan’s m ill, ready to set In the
ground.
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For quality, purity and flavor, always
ask your grocer for
A shland Cream ery
BUTTER
CUT THIS OUT—IT 18 WORTH
MONEY
Blonde or Brunette—which
do men really prefer! This
one lets the secret out!
Bond this ad and 10 cents to
Foley A Co., 2836 Sheffield Ave.,
Chicago, 111., w riting your name
and address clearly. You will
receive a tria l hottie of Foley’s
Honey and T a r Compound, fo r
coughs, colds, croup (spasmodic)
and tickling throat; also a trial
packet each of Foley Pills, a di­
uretic stim ulant for the kidneys,
end Foley Cathartic Tablets for
constipation, biliousness and sick
headaches.
These
wonderful
remedies have helped millions of
people. Send for them. Sold ev­
erywhere.— No. I .
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
1 Ford B ug in good c o n d itio n ................... $65.00
1 Ford B u g ............... , ..................
1 Bnick
03596
.................... $30.00
$70.00
1 1921 Hudson, 7 passenger—new rubber and
imw b a t te r y ................. • .............................$200.00
1 Ford Delivery ............................................. $150.00
LITHIA SPRINGS GARAGE
x THE COWBOY
’ HYPNOTIST
BIRTHDAY) AND YOU CAN HEAR HIS VOICE
IN YOUR OWN HOME!
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On that date there will he inaugurated a nation­
wide Broadcasting System that will permit Ashland
folks to tune in on Pacific Coast Stations and listen
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to the finest programs offered in New York, Wash-
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And His Big Fun
Former R esident Here—
W . W . Usher, form erly manag­
er o f-th e local Pacific Telephone
A Telegraph company, spent yes­
terday In Ashland visiting with
friends and renewing acquaint­
ances. M r. and Mrs. Usher were
enroute from their home In San­
ta Monica, Cal., to Seattle, Wash.
PRESIDENT COOLIDGE WILL TALK OVER
BLOX
WOOD
Show
Of Ten People
COAL
SSRVICS AND QUALITY
in fuel as well as lumber.
Carson-Fowler Lbr. Co.
SEE YOUR FRIENDS
HYPNOTISED
AND HAVE A HEARTY
LAUGH
ingon, D. C., Philadelphia and other eastern cities.
and of course-
You’ll Get The Best Reception on a
K O L ST E R
RADIO
Texas Bob is the Only Man
Lithia Springs Hotel
in the W orld Performing
the Bloodless Operation.
Through Hypnosis
TO SEE HIM IS TO
BELIEVE
Sunday
Dinner
31.00 PER
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PLATE
Enjoy your Sunday dinner amid
congenial surroundings and where
service and food cannot he better­
ed.
LET US DEMONSTRATE NOW AND GET YOUR
RADIO INSTALLED IN TIME TO HEAR
PRESIDENT COOLIDGE
Also a Super Special
Picture
DORIS KENYON
1 and
W AR N ER BAXTER
in
Mssmates
X-L Electric
Station
PHONE 82
Children 25o—Adults, 50c
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