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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
f AGS THRE9
Local and Personal
(From Wednesday's Dally)
VM Spend Winter Here
Mrs. J. A. McMillan, of Edmon
ton. A If n . urrltpfi Hint rIia la luautnp
that place today, and will be here!611 every E1,k In th,e county W,U
to spend New Year's with her slsier, u"
Mrs. SiiNlo Allen. She expects to:worthy poor and needy. The Christ-
stop over Christmas with her sister,
Mrs. Payne, at Hlllsboro, Or. Mrs. I
AfpMHInn will nrnhnlilir anpnrf fhn
balance of the winter In Ashland vis-
itlng with her many friends here.
Hero from Medford
E. E. Kelly, of Medford, was a
visitor in Ashland today.
YImIChk in City
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brown andthe homeward trek for the annual
son of near the Rogue River hatch-
eries, were visitors In (he city Mon
day. Visit in Medford
Mrs. George Robinson and Mrs.
Jennie Schwan were visitors in Med
Upend Evening in Modfonl
Louis Dodgo and Harry Hosier
spent last evening In Medford at ajSlsklyous, was a business visitor In
meeting of the Fish and Gamo Pro- the city yesterday. He reports many
Lady Elks to Meet
The Lady Elks will meet in their
club room tomorrow afternoon, at
2:30 o'clock, with Mrs. George Hile
and Mrs. W. II. Bartges as hostesses
There was an unusually large crowd
at their last meeting. Mrs. Judd
Miller made high score at "500" and
Mrs. A. E. Kinney carried off the
honors at bridge.
Mrs. Wright Entertains
A class party was given nt the J.
V. Wright home on Mountain avenue
Friday evening, by Mrs. Wright, the:
teacher of the young people's class.
Refreshments were served, and the
evening was spent in playing games
and the youngsters seemed to enjoy
themselves very much. Those pres-jlist
ent were: Marcus Kelto, Greeley
Crosslin, AKa Yoknm, Vernon Carey,! By a decision of two to one, de
Elsle Crowson, Marie Seymour, Ma-baters from 0. A- Ci, won the con-
rie Gorman, Frank Bloomflold.'test at Eugene Monday night.
Wayne Bloomfield, James Newton,
John Henry, Aldo and Roy Parr, Ra-
chel Hurst, Geneva Crosslin, Fred drill schedule demanded by law, the
Penniston and Hazel Howard, alsojmembers of the 484th company will
several visitors were present for the:
Visits in City
Churles L. Norton, of Portland,
road man for the Ford company for
the state of Oregon, was a visitor In:
the city today.
Baby Hoy Arrives
Word has been received In this
city of the arrival of a baby hoy at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Spencer in Honolulu, Hawaii, on No-
vember 25. The youngster has been
named Alvln Brady Spencer.
In from Lake of Wood
Mr. Peck, who has been acting as
watchman at Lake of the Woods
s.'Tce the summer population left
tl.ereN several weeks ago, arrived in
the city Tuesday. He was met well
out on the Dead Indian road by his
brother who (brought him to the city. '
Electric Dealers Meet
The electrical dealers' association
of southern Oregon met Monday ev-
enlng at the Hotel Oxford at Grantoj
Pass for their monthly meeting. J.
S. Jordan and wife and Frank Mur
phy made up the members of the
party from Ashland. There were an
even dozen of the dealers present for
the meeting. The January meeting
will be held in Medford.
Social Circle Meets
The social circle of the Christian The rooms were decorated approprl
church met this afternoon at 2:30 at; ate to the occasion. The committee
Ihe J. V. Wright home at 2.63 Moun
tain avenue. Mrs. Arthur Webber
assisted Mrs. Wright in entertaining.
Visited in Medford
Mrs. John Hessler, of Mountain
avenue, were Medford visitors re
cently, visiting atthe Andrews home
as well as seeing the sights around
G. A. It. Electa Office
Burnside post No. 23, G. A. R.,
elected officers Saturday. Those
chosen for office were: Post com
mander, E. K. Hall; senior vice-commander,
A. C. Spencer; junior vice
commander, V. C.. Van Natta; "Chap
lain, Captain Thomas. The other of
ficers will be appointed by the post
The Christian Bible school Is plan-,
ning to have a white Christmas this
year and are preparing a good pro-
Medford Residents Visit
Mrs. William Carlton and grand
daughters, Freda Carlton and Mrs.
Morris from near Talent, were in-
terviewing old friends in Ashlandi
recently. The Carltons are expect- once. This makes a total of $7000
Ing Mrs. Etta McCollum, of Medford, 'of the school bonds that have been
as a Christmas guest at their home. 'called by the board during the pres
Mrs. McCollum was a former neigh- ent year,
bor of the Carltons at their home IAnoihcr Move Reported-
Sells Out (Joes South
Frank Gulsinger has sold his place
on the Boulevard and has gone to
Los Angeles to reside. Mrs. Oulsin-.
vr AnH rMMrpn pinpct to en noon
to Los Angeles.
Prose's Leave for Winter
F. A. Prose and wife have left
Ashland, expecting to 'spend the wln
ter in Petaluma, Calif.
Medford Elks Have Tree
Med ford Elks will have tbelr an
nual Christmas tree In the temple
tomorrow evening, and It is expect-
n,wl An lila kit t Vi a
mas tree affair will begin early
Thursday evening and last until past
I midnight, giving every member of
tho reanUat,on opportunity to
ha uraaanr rararn aao (it inv nrnar
Vacation Almost Here
Students from the Oregon Agricul
tural college at Corvallls will be on
Christmas vacation this week, tha
college closing its doors the last of
this week. Students from the Uni
versity of Oregon and other Institu
tions in the Willamette valley will
follow suit next week.
Hero from Summit-
Hugh McKlnzey, garage proprie
tor near Summit, at the top of the
calls for clmlus by tourists coming
down over the hill. There Is nearly
two feet of snow now, he stated.
Picture Is Picturesque
"The Old Homestead," now play'
Ing at the Vinlng theatre, is a work
'of art and is wholesome throughout,
with humor and pathos Interspersed
'during the entire picture. Theodore
Roberts, the grand old man of the
screen. Is the center of the players
while tho direction of James Cruze
in nothing short of masterful. The
settings are perfect. The picture
will he shown tonight and for the
last time Thursday.
Ai-tro Swingle Ill
Art ro Swingle, son of F. D. Swln
gle, of Bush street, was on the sick
the first of the week.
O. A. C. Debaters Win
Will Drill Thursday
In order to maintain the regular
drill again Thursday evening, the
second time this week.
Local Mnn Ota Contract-
Howard Howard, of this city, has
been given the contract of felling
timber for the Moon Lumber com
pany's new mill on ithe Green
.Springs road and will start with the
j work in a short time,
i Moves Reported
j, w. Whipple has moved from an
apartment in Mrs. Anna Gregory's
house on Pioneer street, to an apart
ment in the Bergner building on the
Lining IiT'galton Ditch
R. I. Stuart and son. of Medford
who have the contract for lining a
portion of the Talent Irrigation dis
trict's ditch east of the city, are
carrying on their work as rapidly as
Will Leave for Arizona-
Everett S. Lewman expects to
leave in the near future for Arizona
where he will be omployed by the
Southern Pacific company.
Klks Hold Novelty Dance-
Members of Ashland Elks Lodge
No. 944, entertained at a novelty
dance In the local lodge rooms last
night. The feature of the evening
was the distribution of sticks of
candy to guests by a Santa Claus.
in charge consisted of Clarence Laue,
Joim Flnneran. Ed Thornton, Baugh
mau and Ray Brown. -On
tho Sick List
Gene Detrick, son of Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Detrick, who has been quite
ill for several days, Is reported to be
(From Thursday's Dally)
Jailer is Overpowered
The favorite Indoor sport of pris
oners confined in the Josephine
county bast lie has been revived.
Tuesday night, Oregon Jones and
Ellsworth Kelly, two of the inmates,
overpowered Bill Schroeder, Jailer,
and mnde their escape. Several oth
er prisoners refused to leave. A re
ward of $500 has been offered for
'their apprehension. This is about
the fourth time a jail break has
been made at Grants Pass In the last
Votes to Call Bonds
At the meeting of the school board
Tuesday evening, It was voted to call
S2000 of the high school bonds atjian, who was confined to the Com
The Edmund Dew's family moved
this week from the Hargrove apart-
nients on Pioneer avenue to the Berg-
ner residence on Allison street, re-j
cently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. O. T.
Bersner. who hare eone to Cllfor-!nd
Jala to spend the wlnUr. I
Ob the Sick Lint
James Bowers Is reported to be
confined to his home suffering with.
a bad cold and the pink eye.
Helps Win Loving Cup
Edwin Fraier, Ashland boy now
attending the University of Oregon,
was a member of the basketball team
hlch on the l
rles. The Kappa Sigma toam de
feated the Phi Gamma Delta quin
tet 16-8. This is the third time in
succession this fraternity has won
the cup which it now retains perraa
t . , n
A telephone construction crew
consisting of Messrs. Rinearson, Ber
ry, Moss and Chamberlain, arrived
in the city a few days ago and have
started work on the toll line that
passes through the city. The crew
have headquarters in Portland, and
left there with the understanding
that their boss would follow shortly.
After arriving here and waiting more
than day for him, they were in
formed that he was quite 111 and were
given orders to proceed with their
work without him.
Engineers' Fre-n Due
The renewal fee of $3 to practice
professional engineering In the stata
of Oregon for the calendar year 1923,
is due and payable at the office of
the secretary, 619 Corbett building,
Portland, Oregon, on or before De
cember 31, 1922. Alii registered
engineers should make this payment
this month, as the lay imposes a
penalty of 10 per cent a mouth after
the 31st of December.
Operetta Is Postponed
The operetta to be given by mem
bers of Ashland high school has been
postponed. The date set for the
production has been changed from
December 21 until January 2ti.
Called Here by Illiies
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith, of Duns
raulr, Calif., and Miss Thelma Heer,
who has been taking a course of
nursing in Portland, are in the city
called here by the illness of Leslie
Entertain at Phoent'x
The second "Dad and Boy's" night
to be given by Phoenix men, will be
staged Friday evening at Clyde hall,
beginning promptly at 7:30 o'clock.
Songs, music and some stunts, to
gether with a copious supply of eats
will be on the program.
Here for Operation
Mr. McDole, of Bray, Calif., was
in the city the first of the week andjan honorary member of the latter
underwent his second nasal opera
tlon within the past few weeks.
Returns to Ashland
L. Hilty, conductor for the South
ern Pacific company, who has had a
run on the Klamath Falls branch for
some time past, has been transferred
back to the main line and will be
seen on the streets of Ashland again
between runs, '
Leaves for North-
Mrs. Joseph Poor left for the north
on train-54 last evening,
Leaves for 'Frisco
B. M. Potter, one of the "58" taxi
drivers, left Wednesday with -a pas
senger for San Francisco. He expects
to arrive In the bay city by Saturday
and will return to Ashland at once.
Moves to Klamath
William Amsler, who has been
employed for some time past in the
Nlninger A Warner billiard hall, left
Tuesday with his wife for Klamath
Falls, where he has secured a posi
tion with the Waldorf pool room.
Dies in Spokane
Word has been received in this
city of the death of Mrs. B. C. Tabor
at her home in Spokane a few days
ago. Mrs. Tabor s death was caused
by heart failure and was unexpected
as she bad been In her usual health
for some time. The Tabor's own
property at 459 Morton streot in
Cattle Going to Pasture
The Whittle Transfer company un
loaded and loaded nine carloads of
cattle Tuesday night, which were en
route south, where they will be put
on grass until spring. A great many
cattle are being shipped south at
the present time, hardly a day going
by but what from one to ten cars
are handled In the local yards.
Klamath Has Better Protection
Since the Installation of new wa
ter mains and the fire alarm system,
Klamath Falls has been declared 100
per cent more protected from fires
than before the Improvements. A
material reduction from the present
Insurance rate Is expected. A total
of 18,600 feet of new mains were
laid and 37 fire hydrants installed
Returns to Grants Pass
Dr. Flanagan, Grants Pass physic-
munlty hospital for some time, has
returned to his home in Grants Pass.
For while it was believed be would
not recover from his Injury, received
while driving an automobile.
IiMiva fa.' Home
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dunlap and
baby were taken to Eagle Point,
Wednesday evening by L. O. Fitz-
water. The Dunlap's live at Trail
arnartiul In mika tha rt nf
their trip heme today.
Dickey's Building Garage ,
Frank Dickey Is building a garage
at bis home in Allison- .street, to
house the new Ford sedan recently
purchased by Mrs. Dickey.
Million Returns to Ashland
A. E. Million returned this morn
ing from Sacramento, Calif., where
he has been for the past two weeks.
He reports the condition of. Mrs.
Millions to be very much Improved.
Hampshire Breeders Organize
Organization of tho Southern Ore
gon Hampshire Swine Breeders as
sociation with a membership of 35
has been completed at Grants Pass,
breeders of this variety of swine In
Jackson and Josephine, counties be
ing present. It whs tho opinion of
C. C. Gate, Jackson county agent,
that 2000 more hegs could profit
ably be raised In the two counties.
Officers elected were W. B. Llnd-
sey, Merlin, president; H. M. Har
ter, Murphy, secretary - treasurer;
and the following directors; C- C.
Hunt, JoBcphlno County; j. E. Mc
Donald, Bruce Flomlng and J. l.
Oalllger, all of Jackson county.
Wednesday Club Meets
The Wednesday club had a very
pleasant gathering yesterday at the
Presbyterian church. As a variation
in entertainment, soma made stock
ing dolls, somo prepa red post cards
for mission fields, and some wrote
letters to absent members. Mrs.
Wilson, Mrs. Lyman and Mrs. Koeh-
ler had prepared Christmas packages
for a mock auction.- Bidding was
high and lively and the packages
when opened revealed somo strange
articles. Mesdnnes Atkinson, Fuller
and Johnson served tho guests with
cocoa and tasty cookies before ad
journment. - ,
Ashland Offers to Assist
G. A. Briscoe, superintendent of
schools, has notified Medford that
Ashland is backing that school for
the coming New Year'B football game
between Medford and Scott high, of
Toledo, Ohio. An offer was made to
lend Walter Hughes, coach, if the
need arises. "Shy" Huntington, Uni
versity of Oregon foo'.ball mentor,
accompanied by his wife, have ar
rived' In Medford. ,
Riley Pleases Medford
Frank Branch Riley, who delivered
his famous lecture on the great
northwest here during the Winter
Fair, was a special guest at a meet
Ing of the Medford fornm and the
Craters Wednesday. He was mnde
organization. A large crowd heard
him last night when ho talked in
the Presbyterian church
W. C. T. V. Meeting-
Mrs. Riley and her mother, Mrs,
Norman entertained the W. C. T. U,
at their home, 147 High street, Tues-
day. It waj a good meeting with
deep spirit and earnestness. Three
pioneers of temperance work were
present: Mrs. Russell, Ashland's first
president; Mrs. Hatch and Mrs. Nor
man. Mrs. Lenvitt showed the pic-
ture of the W. C. T. U. booth at the
midwinter fair. Several were pur
chased. Tho hostesses served dainty
refreshments at the close of the pro
"Nick" Carter Returns
"Nick" Carter, one of the best
known pianists in the state, has re
turned to Medfard from Eugene.
Nick is a former University of Ore
gon student, and a member of Sigma
Chi fraternity, and Is well-known
throuchout sontliern Oregon. He
has a special engagement to flay
With the Oriental ballroom orchestra
at the Medford Natatorilim for the
dances given by the American
Drive Hero In Fine Car
W. H. Goodwin, branch manager
of the Ford Motor Car company ut
Portland; J. D. Jordan, assistant
manager at Portland; C. A. Lock
wood, mnnuger of the Ford company
at Roseburg, and C. A. Weintrout,
manager of the Grants Pass branch
were In the city today In one of
tha new Lincoln touring cars. This
car is one of the best looking cars
on the market nnd is being taken
over the stale to tho various Ford
Bond Interest to Cease-
In view of the fact that interest
ceases on December 15, 1922, on the
4 per cent Victory Liberty Loan
notes (bearing the distinguishing
letters A, B, C, D, E, or F, prefixed
to their serial number) called by the
treasury department" for redemption
on that date, the public is asked to
aid in these redemptions, according
to information furnished by the Fed
eral Reserve bank of San Francisco.
After this dute, no more Interest will
accrue on these called noies and own
ers should thorefore lose no time In
presenting their' notes for redemp
tion. Owners can also exchange these
Victory notes for the new issue of
4V4 per cent treasury notes, series
C-1925, dated December 15, 1922,
and maturing June 15, 1925; or
they can convert the redemption pro
ceeds of their Victory notes into the
1923 series of five-year treasury sav-
iFirinioi Ixminil in denomlna-
jtlona of $25, $100 and $1000.
Endenvorcrs Plan Social
The Christian Endeavor society
will hold a musical social at the
Presbyterian church Friday evening,
at 7:30 o'clock. There will be a
musical program followed by musi
cal games. Everyone has been re
quested to dress to represent some
popular song. The public Is invited
to attend the affair.
(From Friday's Daily)
Price Meetings Start
Services of Rev. Charles Price,
who is called by some a "Divine
Healer," started this afternoon at
the Methodist church. He talks ev
ery afternoon and evening this week,
concluding Sunday night. There was
a huge crowd in the church this af
ternoon. His first "healing" session
Is Friday. Eugene Guard.
Will Como for Funeral
Carl Smith, of Dunsmuir, and
Claude L. Anderson, of Portland, are
expected to arrive in Ashland this
evening, called here by the death of
their futher-ln-law, L. James Heer.
At Medford Today
Miss Cluudine Cox spent the day
in Medford, where Bhe Is having some
dental work done by Dr. Johnson.
On Trip lo Sleinmnn
Arthur Wicks and W. M. Denton
made the trip to Steiuman this
morning on the train, where Mr.
Wicks had some business to transact
after which the two gentlemen ex
pected to hike back to Ashland.
Hilling on Committee
Through an inadvertnnt error the
name of G. II. Billings was omitted
as being on the advisory committee
to net with the Chautauqua associa
tion relative to the sale of the site
of the Chautnuqua building to the
Community Hotel corporation, with
E. D. Briggs and C. B. Lamkln. Mr.
Billings was appointed at the time
the other two men were named.
Here from Grants Pass
Wendell Colby and F. E. French,
Grants Pass business men, were
the city today on business. They
were glad to see the sunshine, as
they had encountered heavy fog be
tween Rogue River and Medford.
Mr. French is a former Ashland man
and is now associated with O. A.
Colby and Wendell Colby In business
In Grants Pass.
Now on Freight Run
E. R. Williams, lute of Portland,
Is a new man on the local freight
between Ashland and Grants Puss.
Health Is Improving
The many friends of Mrs. M. S.
Hamaker will be glad to know that
she Is well on the road to recovery
from her recent Illness.
In City oil Business
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Robbins, who
live on a ranch down the valley,
Ivere in the city on business Thurs
day. Mr. Robhins is to be the man
ager of the fruit association after
the first of the year.
Here from Hilt
Ida L. Crandall, of Hilt, was a
business visitor in tho city Thursday.
Goes to Hilt
Mrs. H. M. Chanpell left Thurs
day for Hilt, where she will be en
gaged for the next few weeks.
Improved in Health
Mrs, Roby, who has been quite ill
at herhome in the east part of the
city, Is reported to be improving
Interest Guarantee Extended
The state irrigation securities com
mission has agreed to extend the
state's guarantee of interest pay
ments on approximately $1,390,000
of bonds issued by the Grants Pass
Irrigation district, over a period
ranging from one and a half to five
years, according to information from
the capital city.
Seniors Have "Goof" Tarty
With a variety of bazairre cos
tumes, members of the senior cluss
of Ashland high school held s party
in Memorial hall Thursday evening.
The affair was styled a "Goofy"
party, and everyone came dressed In
odd attire, first prize was taken by
01 1 u Caldwell, who was dressed as a
girl, and the second award went to
Margaret Campbell, dressed as a boy.
Chaperons for the evening were
Alice Hoys, Zlpora Blumenfeld a'ld
Coach Walter Hughes.
On Road to Recovery
Mrs. Henry Bostwlck, of Seventh
street, who has been, suffering from
an attack of influenza for the past
several days, Is reported to be con
IiPAves for California
Dexter Patterson loft Thursday
afternoon for California for a six
weeks' business trip.
K. V. Carter Returns
E. V. Carter, who has been In
Portland for several days, hss re
turned to Ashland, bringing with
him a new model Buick sedan.
y Call a phyBcUii. Then begta
I "emergency" treatment with
"emergency-- treaunaK w
Here on Business 1
George Mclntyre, representing the'
Western Bond & Mortgage firm of
Portland, was in the city today call- morning, and was greatly enjoyed by
Ing on the local banking Institutions. 'the local puhlic school faeulty.
Lady Elks Sleet I Teachers are required to attend these
A large number of Lady Elks' Iocal Institutes us well as the county
spent a pleasant afternoon In their i
club room yesterday. Mrs. Ira I
Shou(y having lhe high score lnj C. A. Wynian, district traffic su
brldge and Mrs. C. R. Mlnkler the perlntendent, and A. H. Tucker, dis
hlgh score In "500." The hostesses, 'trict plant chief, both of Eugene,
Mesdames Hile and Bartges, served were in the city this week, on busi
Xow Convelesclng jness for the telephone company.
Mrs. Marl Hale, of Morton street, j christian Workers' Band
is convelesclng from an attack of The Christian Workers' Band will
To Winter in South members of the young people's socle-
Mr. and Mrs. S. A.Proso, of 314 tPS of the city are asked to be pres
Garfield street, are among the Ash-j ent, as well any young people who
land people who have left for the' are interested in work of this kind,
south to spend the winter. They ex-'ciirlstniMs MnI Arriving
pect to remain at Petaluma, Calif. Christinas mail from the east and
Mrs. rpdegraft Improving I middle-western points is beginning
Mrs. Sarah Updegraft, of Liberty, to filter Into the city according to
street, who has been quite 111 with Postmaster Kaiser. A great manv
"flu," Is Improving slowly.
SMnd Week-End Hoit
George Brookmlller spent the last
week-end with his family In Ash
land. Moves Blacksmith Shop
Nnte High, who has been opernt-
ln? a blacksmith Bhop for the past!
1 fow years at the corner of First and
C streets, has moved to a location on' The young people of the Episcopal
the lower side of B street between! church entertained the ladles of the
Fourth and Fifth. The shop where ( Trinity Guild and their husbands
he was formerly located Is on the! last evening at the Parish house. The
lot belo'nging to the city and will ( evening was spent with cards, with
probably be torn down In the near P. K. Hammond taking high score
future. iln "500" and Dr. Llttlechlld winning
Entertain nt Drinnor out In bridge. Refreshments wero
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Potter, who rire served during (lie evening, and inn-,
visiting at tho W. Evertnn home on sic In the form of saxophone dneis
Allison street, were dinner guests nt by Jo Nell nnd Robert Kedwlne, ac
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman 'companied by Miss Roberta Ward,
Mack, on Liberty street, recently. delighted tho members of tho party.
Visited Mack Enrmlly j Edwards to Servo Time-
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Cummins, The supreme court at Salem re
Mr. and Mrs. John Chrlstofferson.cently affirmed Judge Calkins in the
and Messrs. Charles Dale and Char- case of State vs. "Shine" Edwards,
ln,es Chrlstofferson were guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Muck,
Visited at Bollevlrw
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gall, of Belle-
view, visited relations In Ashland
(From Haturaay'i Dally)
Spends Vacation in Fresno
Al Beck, an employe of tho city
llght department, expects to leave rested In San Francisco and brought
this evening for Fresno. Calif., where back to Klamath Falls to answer to
he will spend tho holiday season vis-1 the charge of passing had checks,
itlng with n sister. Beck Is driving, was sentenced to tho state i.enitenti
down in his machine, und will re-'ary for three years by Judgo A. L.
turn to Ashland before the first of I.eavitt.
On Bii'ncHft from Hilt
A. W.Moon, of Hilt, Calif., came have received there new auto license
over the Slsklyous yesterday, and plates for 1923, and are rejoicing
was in the city on business today, jover the nice clean appearance of
Condition Remains Serious the new plates. They are made with
Mrs. Emily Bingham, of Laurel -white figures and letters mounted
street suffered a stroke of paralysis on a dark blue background,
at her home Thursday night, and her. Heir to Visit Son -
condition is such that her frlendy
fear sho will not recover.
Disi lunged from Hospital
Roy Cofmann, of I'honix, who was
injured during the county fair auto
races, and who has been in the com
munity hospital nt Medford for the
past three months, has been permit-
ted to leave the institution and to
re tn in to his home. He is now able
to get about a little with the aid of
crutches, but may have to have an
other operation upon his broken leg
before It Is healed entirely, I
Do Molay Elects Officers
Grant Selby and Stan Sherwood, of
Ashland, were elected Junior coun
cilor and treasurer respectively at a
recent meeting of the Order of De;tural college at Corvallh will, for
Molay. A dance for members of the; the most part, arrive on lie mld
orgunlzatlon and their friends Is' night train tonight, or on an early
planned for December 28, at which train tomorrow morning. The col
tlmo the new officers will be In-' lege will re-open its doors on Janu-
Tree Brings Elks $1700
The Elks' Christmas tree at Med
ford netted the organization $170.0
In cash to add to the fund which the
lodge will use to dispense Christmas
cheer among the needy poor. Mem-
bers from all over the county were,
present nt the affair.
What Did I Get Out
Have you over nsked yourself that question,
after spending more money than yon knew yon
roiihl afford f It's not a selfish reflection; it'
really your conscience entering a proje.-t
Von don't feel that way when yon put your
money into an interest-hearing account.
The Citizens Bank of Ashland
Jenchrs EnJov Institute
The first of a series of three local
teachers' institutes was held thisi
Here on Business Trln
meet Sunday afternoon at the Meth-
Ctist church. 2:30 o'clock. All the
local people have heeded the warn
ing of tho post office department,
he states, and have already started
packages on their way. A majority
nf these aro destined for middle
western points. The latter part of
the coming week will see mail ai-
riving In earnest. It Is predicted.
Givo Social Evening
wl'n appealed from conviction on a
bootlegging charge. Edwards was
sentenced to Berve three months in
'he county jail and to pay a fine of
Ho is at liberty on $1000
bonds, and now resides at Weed,
Calif. As soon a.i the ma v.lnte is
received from Salem, he will he tak
en into custody..
Klamath Man Is Sentenced
Patrick Bishop, 22, v.ho was ar-
License Plates Arriving
Some of the Ashland
Mrs. F. E. Miller arrived in Ash
land Friday for a visit with her
son, J. V. Miller, and family, of Har
gadlno street. Mrs. Miller has been
staying with another son, who was
employed by the Southern Pacific at
Weed, but has now been transferred
to Klamath Falls.
Leave for California
The F. L. Stanley family left Fri
day evening for Dixon, Calif., where
they expect to make their futuro
home. They lived at 129 Grnnlto
street, while in this city.
Students Expected Tonight
Sunday will s'e many familiar
faces In tho city again, for students
now attending the Oregon Agrleul-
Leaves for South
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Wolf and son
John left for tho south Friday, by
auto, whore Mr. and Mrs. Wolf ex
pect to spend the next few months.
The young man will return to Ash-
land by truln after about two weeks'