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TVcdiMwdny, August 11, 1020
ASHLAND WEEKLY TnHHOS
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
j plans include the three troops of
! Ashland, and will take place tome
time this month.
Miss Hazel Brpiee, who has
Mr. and Mm. I. F Psriniann
were called to Klamath Falls this1 leen "Pend"1 " unmer " Ash.
week by the death of Mr.. Charles land- a ue9t of MlsB 0eorla Cof
Ferauson. slaterln-law nf Mr sw. fee. enjoying farm life this
guson. The funeral of Mrs. Fer
guson took place -this afternoon.1
Miss Aalleen Hickey of Duns
mulr ,who stopped off in Ashland
from a visit In Portlund and spent
th,ree days with the Misses Ruger,
left for her home last evening.
She was accompanied to Diinsmulr
by Miss Gertrude Bisscll
D .11. Bnrueburg, wno recently
purchnsed the Tumor residence on
North Main street, has moved into
Ills new home. Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Turner have returned to Long
Beach aftor spending the past!Drlet vls,t
month here closing out their Ash
Mrs. J. R. Benson nnd Mrs. Pearl
Hendricks of Myrtle Point are
guests at the home of I.. A. Rob
erts on Nutlcy street this week.
Mrs. Benson Is the mother of Mrs.
John Taylor of the Willamette
week at the ranch of Mrs. M. F.
Swlgart, eaat of Ashland.
Frank Swigart has gone out
with a party on an automobile
tour through point:) in eastern Or
egon. Misses Cathryn and Louise
Henson are spending the week at
i the' home of their cousin, Judge
Tou Velle, in Jacksonville.'
Harold Deadman, University of
Oregon friend of Verne Bine's, is
here today from Portland for a
L. L. Mullit came in from Lake
of tho Woods yesterday morning.
Bert Turner1-was over from
Yreka last evening.
The usual large crowd of music
lover and irreprrsnible children
guthered in the pari: for the week-
Barham Bros.' sawmill has been heat. They are delighted with bureau to handle the matter of
finally controlled after burning Ashland and will return again. j securing fruit pickers for the or-
pretty much all week. The extent j chardlsts.
of the damage has not been as- Mr- and Mr- Merle Robison,
certained. " Mre- c- v- Beeler, Miss Ooldie The Valley band will play a con-
San Francisco, Calif., July 29.
Of recent yearn Mr. Dunlup,
with his family had resided, in
fllenn county, California. Last.
December he disposed of his farm
Beeler and Mrs. Jeter returned cert in the Medford city park this i lng llteres,s and rnt t0 ,he City
Rev. C. F. Koehler arrived this, Tuesday from Crescent City. Mr., evening.
morning from Falls City, Neb., Rufclson reports th Crescent City
hrlnrlne his mother with him. In rnnd to ha In tnrA nhane this Franklin D. Roosevelt,
cratic nominee for vice president,
will pass through Ashland on Au-
Clyde Williamson of the Modern gust 22nd, according to a sched
friends at Plumbing and Heating Co., ofjiile of his Pacific Coast speuking
Medford, left last Sunday evening tour which has been issued. He
remain for some time,
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Walker were
recent visitors with
jfor Weed, California, where he' will speak in San Francisco,' Sac
Mr .and Mrs. W. R. Yockey.Wm nBtall a heating and plumb-' ramento and Portland.
Misses Minnie and Nellie Beaver I gystem in the new Weed Union;
and Ed Stnnnard compose a party Icrunmar school - H. G. Enders, Sr., is visiting his
who have been spending a few; . json John '" Klamuth Falls,
days this week at Clater lake. They I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tullis.i
are expected home this evening, j who have been the guests of Mrs. MrB- L- R- McClnln will arrive
i Tullls' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. j todlly ,rom N'evada to -Visit her
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crisp of EI-!Cambr9 in Ashland, for the paat i Parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bar-
ma, wasn., are in Asmanci, ana montb ett Tuesday evening for
will spend a couple of weeks atigt Lake.
valley has been a guest at the ' concert by thje Valley band last
home of J .1, Greenwood on Lib- night. The program pleased the
crty street during the past week, crowd who demanded encores fre-l
the home of their son, Isaac Crisp.
Mason Doran and Percy Arrant
returned to their work in Oak
land, Calif., after spending two
weeks with their parents here,
H. H. Foster, wife and two
daughters, of Medicine Hat, Al
berta, arrived in Ashland Wed
nesday evening. They motored
through and had a very pleasant
Mrs. Elmer Kincaid nnd baby
Mr and Mrs. E. D. Briggs andi8 "Pending the week in Med-
Mrs. J. J. McNuir and daughter tord vislllnK friends.
Marjorle, with W. M. Briggs as
. . ' , ... , , Miss Thelma Throne arrived
chauffeur, leave this evening for
; , ucaiiaj uuiii uci uuillO Ul illUIHll-
1 field and is the guest of Miss
Mayne Jillson in this city.
Simla Songer has joined the
Cold Beach, at the mouth of the
Rogue River, whe"re Mr. Briggs
will represent the Ashland fisher-j
men at a conference to be held
between representatives of the'
'hack fo the soil" movement and
nnnrtsmen. in reenrd to Roeue
and interesting trip They arej mMng
visiung at me aicwiiuums nomei
n,innA,lui t aavman'a iintnnn find .
................ .... . na(l goue ,0 worK on Horace
I at Belleview. Mr. Lester Ib look-
Mr. Greenwnnd n,l Mr. T.vlnrl fluently. Durln one or two of "l "" - "- Gilbert Stewart of Medford was
were boyhood friends and school 'the fortissimo marches, the Joyful lng afler the Sunset a visitor in A9hlan(, Ia9t evening.
mates, and had not seen one an- screams of tho children at play
ether for 50 years. I were almost drowned out.
Tom Murphy, tho Medford man1 Leslie Fitzwater row pilots the
Who shot up or at least at j mail from the postoffice to the
Ccorge Douglas of that city when trains and vice versa, C. H. HaV
the latter wanted to come into' fiadlne, who has tieen on the Job
his house to sample some home' night and day for over six years,
brew he was cooking, was fined! having resigned. Mr. Hargadine
100 ami "n 30 days for vio is planning a trip to California,
luting the bona dry law Wednes-
day. He will face a charge of at-, Mrs- Wm- Turner of Berkeley,
tempting to kill r.t the October! California, was a visitor at the
term nf rnnrt i wm. Day noma mis weeK. Airs.
Residents of Rogue River ap- visit her son.
peared before the county court! .
Thursday and askd that a strln 1Ils An"a Hargrove returned
orchard, and other interests here,
Rev. H. W. Davis, who has
Miss Ethel Troutfether is at
Siskiyou today, Investigating an
charge of the Y. M. C. A. work at I Cpening which exists for a teacher
Eugene, leu Wednesday, on nis i tne sisklvou school.
Merritt Dews of Medford. who
returned home from Seattle yes
terday, passed through Ashlund
this morning enroule ot Klamath
Mrs. A .E .Stratton and daugh
ter, Miss Lorena, of Medford, spent
yesterday In Ashland.
cold storage box Installed in his . KinnBV , m,urllll, .
bolts, nails, washtubs and the like
down in Simpson's hardware store
i today, Glenn Simpson having hit
I 1 I fm tha pnaal nil i vnnti,n Irin,
iiaiim uuiiiq, ul J..CIC lew , uavi3,i)aiiT lias lanuii uin a iai uiuj,-
.. , .i ' , r ..,. ., and T. H. Simpson being busy on
1 . I . . . ... the county court over at Juckson-
i . . , D..,..j , are getting nicely settled on Palm of their present Holdings, wnue
juiuci ncni uii lu I diiioiiu iu , ul".
way to Poland to ic'.low the Y. M.
C, A. work in that war ridden
, country. He is a brother of J. C.
Davis of Phoenix.
Thomas Hill is having a large
harket on North M iin street.
D. D. Walker and family,, who According to local mining gos,
have been visiting at the McWil- sip the Gray Eagle Mining com.
to receive medical attention.
On July 19, an operation was
performed on him with the hope
of restoring his health', but com
plications set In which caused his
death 10 dayslater.
Van AnHa,ann T1l..n ti...o
March 15, 1858, In Missouri but
came with his parents to Oregon
when three years of age. The Jour
ney was made by water from New
York City to Crescent City, Ore-:
Ron. He became a prominent
business man in Jackson and
Klamath Counties iul took an
active part in public life.
He leaves, besides his widow,;
who wns Miss Laura Sergent, twoj
daughters, Mrs. H. A. Troxel of
Whittier, Calif., and Bertha E.j
Dunlap of San FranciHco. Four,
broth.ei'8 and three sisters also sur
He was a member of Oregon j
Camp No. 438 Wndmen of tho!
World, Phoenix, Oregon. Funeral
services were held Saturday at-1
ternoou In San Frineisoo, by the
Golden Gale Camp Woodmen of,
the World. Cremation at Mt. Ol
ivet Cemeretry. ,
uniform. If such a plan is fol- the association is followed. To
lowed it will mean that a driver' draft a model automobile traffic
of an automobile coming to Ore-! law, the association has called a
gon will be familiar with the rcg- meeting to be held in San Fran
ulaitons and rules of the road In Cisco, August 23 to 27. The Pott
this state. It will relieve tourists; land Chamber of Com merce will
and other from mueh annoyanc9, send one or more delegates to thin
and embarassment. if the plan of conference.
FOB THK INDIVIDUAL AM KOIt THK STATE
A Person with No Education has but One Chance in 150,000
to Render Distinguished Service to the Public.
With Common School Education I Chances
With High School Education 87 Chances
With College Education 800 Chances
Are You Giving Your Child His Chance?
THOSE STATES ARE WEALTHIEST THAT HAVE IXVEST
ED MOST IX EDUCATION
Oregon Agricultural College
Through a "Liberal and Practical Education" prepares
the Young Man and Young Woman for Useful Citizenship
and Successful Careers lu
AGIUCI I.TURH, KNGINKKUING, MIXING, HOME ECOVOM.
ICS, COM.MKIU K, PHARMACY, FORESTRY, VOCATIONAL
The Training includes PHYSICAL EDUCATION, MUSIC, ENG
LISH, MODERN LANGUAGE, ART and the olh.-r Essentials of
a Standard Technical College Cours.
KALI, TERM OPEN'S SEPTEMBER L0, 11)20. TUITION' IS TREE
FOR INFORMATION WRITE TO
THE REGISTRAR, Oregon Agricultural College. Corvallis. Ore.
A movement w been launeh
cd byjthe National Traffic Offic
ials' association to draft a traffic
law which can be used as a model
by all statu legislatures so that
the traffic regulations in the dif
ferent states may ho somewhat
avenue. ,a New York.s.vndlcnte has bonded
$ I the Lowden ranch at the mouth
Mrs. Agnes Herndon leaves Mon-; ot Seia(t valley, and will placer
f Dm. 7 i.. k ....from Seattle recently after a suc-iua' rlMl ,,u,,u' '" ,u for gold. Medford Mall-Trioune,
... r..i.i .v mi . . . . i vat her inn. Gn i win
.. Vo..!,,! h,,!.. ln tn. h Ulin. " ""' fluaugu-
irom me raeiiie Highway to they-' --'- -ter was borB , the Herndon tarn
west side of tho Rogue river bridge e.y "tore. ' ily in that city on May 23rd,
jn oruer to givo nogueHiver tnei
......... .i. . . ! The Ashland Improvement corn-
town, not the stream access to .... . .
. , , . . ! pany block is undergoing exten-
the paved highwav. The court1 , .
.in a - .u 'lve roof repairs.
ft., uunn nun iu, iv iiic fi,ii'
Miss Edith Merriinan, daughter
Of William Merriman of the South
ern Pacific company, Is guest
from Oakland at the' home of Mrs.
C. If, Pelrce this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hill audi
little daughters, who spent a fort-j
"night vacation in Los Angeles and I
other points in the south, are
back home again. According to,
Mr. Hill, the earth's tremors In i
Misses Nina and Hazel Emery,
who left Ashland week ago on
Mrs. Lauren Hinman of Port
land, formerly Miss Iva Whit
comb of this city nnd Medford,
and who is visiting relatives in
iiedford, spent today as the guest
of Miss Calla liiegii in this city.
T. K. Anderson of the Pilot Knob Southern Californli
mine, near Gottvillo, was In town home again by the serious illness
Thursday. He is planning resum
ing work on his property soon.
The Fabrick mill near Phoe
nix has resumed operations after
being shut down for lack ot logs.
The Fabrick mill turns out 20,
000 feet per day.
IT. J. Eberley, in charge of state
Dr. A. J. Fawcett Is taking care'
of the practice of Dr. G. C. Knott I
of Glendale through the month of
AUgusi, wnim i,r. numi is uu , Mij8 Ha.,.iet Ru(fer ,, ,..
vacation trip to the coast, then,.,,, vi.it tn s wi.
an automobile trip to points in tourjng through northern Callfor-J A
were called ,,( n.. Puwcntt will onen an of-: MiEI rwio h,iiu ni p,i,n,,,.
fice in the Payne building adjoin- and Miss Irene Hickey of Duns
ing Dr. Gregg the first of Septem-; nUiir are visiting at the J. A. Ru
ber. 'f;er home in this city
Lawns in the city are already
beginning to show the effects of
of their mother, Mm. H. S. Emery
The Misses Emery reached home
last evening by train, and left
their car with Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Lane, who had accompanied them
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The New Pack of Salmon
Fresh Strained Honey
From the Mountains
Stearns Sell Service Store
7 Main Street Opposite the Plaza
Mr. A. V. Dunlan. a resident of
on their trip, and the latter will the restrictions as to watering Oregon for 50 years, passed from
motor home. made necesRury by the water !lhi. , ,ha n ', navn,,
AHK 10H 1KKK SAMPLE
shortage. Property owners are
Los Angeles were i little too fre-
W. S. Stennett and family and ; ur(?ed to make every effort to!
the formers brother, L. E. Sten-hee their lawns in the best pos-
ffirest fire work in Jackson coun-: nett, left this morning on a trip to , Bible shape by careful irrigation
ty, was called yesterday to the1 Crater lake, to be gone several : during the hours when such Is
head of Yank Gulch on Wagner
(inent for much comfort although, creek where a fw ui burne(
nature kindly withheld all hen
shakes during their stay there.
The day before her arrived in he
over a couple of acres. It was
'quickly extinguished. The forest
patrol plane reported over a doz-
nniilhnrn nil if a n tut Ira tiud I n Iron
y , ,, , 'en fires yesterday in California
place, wh lie another followed the I . , ...... ... i.i.,
no Klamath county .evidently
uay auer iney r.Mi, uui uuriiiK
their sojourn they did not experi
ence any earthquakes. Still, Ash
land seemed good and safe to
them on their arrival home.
Mrs. J. H. Fuller is entertain
ing two friends from the east at
her home on North Main street.
These are Miss Eudorn Snyder,
principal of a school in New York
city, and Miss Al'ee Palmer, a
teacher from Atlantic City, N. J.
These ladles are making an ex
tensive tour ttyor.gh the coast
states, and stopped off In Ashlnnd
to visit their former friend for a
couple of days.
A 10-pound son was born to Mr.
end Mrs. Jack Maneely, Wednes
day at a local hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Newson Harrison
left Wednesday evening for a trip
to Crater lake, to be gone for
T. N. Humphreys, who recently
' purchased a pruno orchard In
Douglas county, left for his new
home yesterday. Mrs. Humphreys
and daughter Mildren Joined him
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Barber have
purchased a new Ford end have
built a garage on Granite street.)
Miss Elizabeth Schaumloeffel
and Elbert Grer are spending the
week end at the Dunn ranch.
I Miss Flora, Francis and Ruth
.Green, Dorothy and Omo Ge Bauer
enjoyed a camping trip with Mrs.
Green as chaperono.
Miss Eleanor Cieer and Mrs.
Newland have taken a house on
Granite street belonging to V. V.
The Interurban stage service,,
which has been conducted between
Ashland and Med'ord tor many
years, has been extended from the
latter point to Grants Pass. This
service started Thursday.
Miss Alta Smith of Gerber, Cal..
. Is a guest at the home of Henry
Smith a'nd family , on Granite
started by lightning the night be
serious proportions as yet, but
there are several laige fires which
have been raging in the Pelican
Buy and Siskiyou county districts
for some time.
The Lamkin Real Estate agency
has made a number of important
sales within tho past week. Among
these arethe sale of the Charles
Hoschele property, on Garfield
street to Marion K Taylor and
wife, who take possession Immedi
ately. Another sale is the prop
erty of Nicholas Dix on East Main
street, which was purchased by
Frank Beswick of Dixonvllle, who
will take possession at once. Wil
lnrd Miles has purchased the prop
erty of Charles A Gray on Lincoln
treet through this agency, and will
take possession on September 1.
M. H. Squires, who recently put
cn the fireworks display in Lithia
park and who Is remaining in
Ashland, reports that thieves mov
ed practically everything remov
able off tbo place ho is renting on
Upper Granite Street last night.
While entrance to the house was
not gained, the unwelcome vis
itors took everything they could
lay their hands on around the
house and yard.
Mrs. Charles Rutler has been
the guest ot her daughter, Mrs.
Lena Brittsan, at the latter'a home
below Grants Pass this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cole return
ed to their home In Oakland af
ter a two week's visit with Mrs.
Cole's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. James
H. Doran. They were accompan
ied home by Miss Alice Doran,
who will visit in tho Bay City for
a number of weeks.
F. J. Horning of Topeka, Kan.
aa'- permitted and to take every pre-
icnntinn aeainst water waxtage
,iss uoera morns nas accepted both outgde on(, nB,de the hoim
a position as sienograpner ana
clerk for the Metropolitan Life
Insurance company at Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Judd. of Sac-
Noneofthem have attained " """ "
nurn 1110 umiiic ui Ilia inner B
sister, Mrs. H. C. Dyer.
Mrs. E. Troutfether was up from
Medford yesterday afternoon, vis
iting her daughter, Miss Ethel
Mr. Zurnstein, former owner of
the Bon Ton bakery, has gone to
Gerber, where he has purchased
a bakery nnd will conduct the
J. Encke and family have left
for their home at Roby, Texas,
after a month's vis-It with Mrs.
Encke's brother, Charles T. Morris.
The City Council and the Com
mercial Club committee appoint
ed for the purpose are going
ahead with investigations of ways
nnd means for increasing the wa
ter supply; City Engineer Walker
is compiling date and by next year
it Is hoped to have improvements
made in the storaga system, etc.,
which will provide sufficient wa
ter for the city's summer needs.
Mrs. J. E. Callahan and son
Jerry, and Mrs. C. C. Crowson
and daughter Clarice left Thurs
day for Little Shasta, where they
will visit with their aunt, .Mrs.
Elsie and Max Crowson return
ed Monday from Salem, whero
they have been visiting their aunt
Mrs. H. C. Flnster.
T u,.nn .7ir
THURSDAY'S NEWS .... ;, . ,
ernor ot Indiana, who was killed'
miss KUDy MCKny irom ron-,n an allto aMident Sundav. is
land arrived last night for a week's I wel, known ner(!i hav,ng al)ear.
visit at the home of Mrs. Wilshire Lj nn ,ho wi pk, , ,,iat-
form and also being the author of
On Savings Accounts
A Dollar Starts an Account
'STATE BANK OF ASHLAND.
Tho UfawaJUL Stori
CORNER BY THE PARK
Tires your patience more than to
handle horses and cows covered
with flies? Shoo fly will do the
trick. A new barrel just in and
cheap considering prices for imi
tations. Your cows will give from
25 per cent to 36 per cent more
milk during fly season If sprayed
with Shoo Fly.
New and used sewing machines
always for sale or rent, at Pell's,
corner by the park.
and daughter, Miss Pearl.
H. N. Grlder and wife will lo
cate in Ashland. Mr. Girder is
already here and has secured a
position in the Southern Pacific
roundhouse. He is staying at
the home of his s'ster, Mrs. Ural
Coleman, for the present. Mrs.
a book, "A Day in the Siskiyous,"
written after, a trip to Mount
The plane which smashed into:
tne nrusn za miles north or Dia
mond Lake, cannot be salvaged,
according to Forest Supervisor
Girder will come to Ashlund 1" Rankin and Aviator Captain Smitb
the near future.
Claud lilly and wife ot Port
land are visiting at 4he home of
his brother, J. K. Lilly, in Ash
land. O. A. Paulserud, who motored
down the valley last hignt, 'said
that a regular downpour occur
red In the neighborhod of Phoe
nix and that he was greatly sur
prised to find that it had merely
sprinkled up here.
P. Braghettl of San Francisco
who motored and packed in to
the scene of the smash. A few in-1
struments were brought back out
and the remains of the marliine
will be brought out later but It
was too badly damaged to be
worth trying to repair.
The August meeting of the Ash
land Post ot the American Legion
will be held next Tuesday eve
So far this season 4111 people
have entered the Medford gate
way to Crater lake alone. Over a
thousand cars have registered in. I
The season is now at its height, j
. . . . 1 ... I
A ioresi lire is leporieu u "c
burning between Pelican Bay and
of Garden Tools has arrived.
Good tools are esential to good
results in garden or field.
Wo Have :i iMt of
Many of these ran ho had In
JUST THE THING TO TAKE
OUT ON YOl'R TRIP
AT HALF PRICE OK LESS
Polfs Drug Store
i! fA m
Ready to Brighten
New Spring styles.
FOK MEN'S WEAK
RY THE POSTOITICE
Is a guest of D. Perotil at his Ash-
Joined at Seattle by Mr. Homing's j lana nome- lonaJr "r- rerozzi and
brother, John, are visiting his j bi Sue9t r soing to Crater lake.
riainrhtArs nnri families. Mrs. R. I
. ,. I A. A. Davidson. C. J. Davidson
L. Powell and Mrs Erwin Poyen . . . T . ,u"u!
on Nutley street. I. . . 'Klamath Falls.
( " " MV.W - ..ft... VIIJWllll,
Mayor and Mrs. K. P. White and Roue River ller climate, left
daughters, from Brownsville, were todiy 'or their nom Kingsburg
guests of the Presbyterian manse1 th San Joaquin valley in Cal-
yesterday, calling also upon other; 0- ' uivinsons, wno are;rlver toon- Ha wm gather ma
friends in Ashland. They left J Prosperous raisin growers, state teriai for atore, and anaie for
that resident of their home valley ' ,(eelhead.
una u necessary to get out lor
A forest fir started the first ; at least a month each year in or-
Zane Grey, fapious American
novelist, will spend several weeks
at the Rogue Elk Resort on Rogue
pians are being made to estab-
llsh a Boy Scout's camp for a cou- this morning for Crater lake.
pie of weeks at the Lakt of the.
Woods. Definite arrangements
ha.ve not been completed, but the, of the week on the Siskiyou near der to have some relief from the
The Medford Ch-mber of Com-)
mere has opened an employment!
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