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About Ashland American. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-1927 | View This Issue
tha Danton variety is slightly mora
than SO pounds.
Tha farm srs whaat pools of wsst-
srn Csnsds last paar turnad over a
business of 9X71,000,000 and this
iam anss business was bandied en
tirely by working farmer*
Mr. Hosier’s business has grown to a
HOI LAND Hole!
Mrs. L. L. Peetz, Moro, heart
that enables him to offer his WEDNESDAY. JA N U A R Y 26
290 ENROLL AT
Mrs. F. F. Hager, (daughter Marie
bulbs in quantities. This publication O ffice H ours. 10 a. rn. to 4 p. m. Walton,
tonsils and adenoids.
is said to be the first to be issued
C. Mulloy, Hillsboro, ulcer
in southern Oregon.
of the leg.
Mr. Hosier’s dahlias have won him
Mrs. Nels Peterson, Skamokawa,
No Charge for Consultation.
JOURNALISM TO BE TAUGHT
Gouthier, Coquille, Ore.
recognition at the state fair. Last J)r. Mellothin is a regulra graduate colitis and C. ulcers
The OaatUh far 1927
year at the Jackson county fair he
censed my the state of Oregon. He trouble.
The O. A. C. extension service says won out of the five that were of does
for chronic appen J. W. Turner, Dalles, stomach
that while there has not been much fered. His premiums were for the dicitis, not gall operate
stones, ulcers of stomach, trouble.
of farm mortgages in best general display, for the best 25 tonsils or adenoids.
E. A. Russell, Klamath Falls, ap
He has to his credit wonderful re pendicitis.
Local Man Teacher liquidation
Oregon, farmers have been generally decorative, for the best 25 hybrid sults
in diseases of the stomach, liver; Remember the above date, that
catching up on current indebtedness cactus, and for the largest dahlias in bowels,
blood, skin, nerves, heart, consultation on this trip will he free
during the past two years. Teh report
kidney, bladder, bed weting, catarrh, •nd
that his treatment is different.
N u k w E»raMa¿ a* TU« says tree fruit growers have not some unusual varieties that have at weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica leg
Married women must be accompan
by their husbands.
fared as well as other commodity tracted considerable attention which Below are the names of a few of ied Address:
la Class Bat La*far N
211 Bradbury Bldg., Los
producers, owing to low prices and he has named for local persons.
his many satisfied patients in Oregon Angeles, California.
troubles as resulting from the use of
spray. Of general business conditions CONCERNING MAYOR PIERCE
the Service says the situation contin
One of the best known and most
Journalism is to be one of the ues without developments either interesting
men connected with Med
«ctvities is C. H.
new subjects taught at the Southern
president of Pierce-Harrison
Oregon Normal school during the sight that suggests sudden changes. Pierce,
Motor Company, Inc. To Ashland peo
winter term. C. J. Reid, editor of
and to the majority of Medford-
the Ashland Tidings has accepted
Ites. Mr. Pierce needs no introduc W E R E N O T S A T I SFIED U N L E S S Y O U A R E
the position of instructor. At pres John Tromble, president of the tion, having lived in Southern Ore
iP h o n e. 4 7 4
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for several years. Years ago he
ent the class will be held Friday Kansas State Farmers Union, in a gon
sfternoa of each week and those en recent speech at Hutchinson, says prominent part in timber activities.
rolled will receive one credit for their • that big business has under way the Later
he was interested in the Ash
class work. Although only a small organisation and control of agricul land cannery, previous to participat
in the organization of Harrison
number have thus far joined the ture under one head, centroled by big ing
Ford dealers in Ashland.
class it is expected that a good sised industries, with experts supervising I That Mr.
group will «vail themselves of the farming and farmers working under himself in the Pierce
confidence of Ashland
opportunity by the end of the term. orders. Tromble said under this plan people and won a place in their hearts
JESSE L. RICHARDSON
is evidenced by the recent election in
Students numbering 290 had en of scientific farming, fanners would that
city when he was nominated and
HAY — G R A I N — SEED — WOOD
rolled at the Southern Oregon Norm be little less than peasants.
elected mayor of Ash
al school when the announcement
land. Beginning today he will assume
Phone 41 Store.
Phone 54 R eiidcnce
--------- & his duties and has expressed himself
was made public of the enrollment • ---------
in favor of greater harmony and un
—Local and Long Distance Hauling—
at the aseembly held Thursday morn T DID YOU KNOW ABOUT IT I derstanding
between Medford and
ing, January 9, by J. A. Churchill,
WE BUY POULTRY
president. Of this number are fifty- Mrs. Sarah Shea is suing a Fall Ashland
N. H. Harrison, vice president, sec
one who attended for the first time. River, Mass., bakery for damages, al retary and treasurer of Pierce-Har
Motor company, has lived in
Among these new students is but leging that she broke her teeth while rison
“YOUR FACE IS GOOD, BUT IT WON’T GO IN THE CASH
Ashland for many years and has a
one who claims residence 'foreign eating a pieec of its cake.
to Oregon. This person claimed
ford. Mr. Harrison now lives in this
Cherry dale, Virginia as the home ad- Retired at the age of 33 years, a city and is assistant manager of
Pierce-Harrison, having supervision
mule at Coleman, Texas, follows an over
the service department and shop.
Among the cities represented in ice wagon it formerly pulled.
W. W. Allen, one of the incorpora
the personnel of the normals new
tors of Pierce-Harrison Motor com
and manager of that firm, came
L. L. Herrin, a youth of Charlotte, pany
from Chicago. His home is located in
Ashland II; Medford 9; Grants N. C., found guilty of driving while this
D A M O N CAFE
city and much of the success of
Pass S; North Bend, 8; Portland 2; drunk, was sentenced to go to church his firm during the 1926 season is
due to his efforts.—Mail-Tribune.
Yencalla, 2; Hood River, 2; Rose- every Sunday for two years.
burg, 2; Bandon, 2; and one each
from Klamath Falls, Tenmile, Keno, “Uncle Ben” Hodges of Poplar
Jacksonville, Eugene, Dixonville, The Bluff, Mo., has just quit chopping Including in its large expanse acres
Ice Cream, or Hot Drinks
Dalles; Myrtle Point, Wilbur, Glide, railroad ties at the age of 111.
of carefully tended lawns and
grounds, numerous beds of flowers
Glendale and Butts Falls.
Popular eating place of Central Point
and trees of many varieties, Lithia
Alexander Baker of Norwich, park
England, charged with stealing a cally to all Southern Oregon residents
bicycle admitted doing to in order who, during the summer days, enjoy
New« Note« Ftom
to escape from a widow who wanted of lithia, soda and monutain waters
State Market Agent
him to marry her.
from the several fountains located in
the different parts of the attractive
By C. R.
William Moir, now 85, has sung in groudns.
the choir of St. Peter’s church at The park is regarded as one of the
scenic attractions of the coast and
Must be N atteyM s.
Chertsey, England, since he was 10 adjoins
the splendid municipal auto
State Market Agent Spence thinks yean old.
where all conveniences
that co-operative marketing will have
to become nation-wide in organisa Maurice Davis, of Northhampton, from all parts of tourists
tion and scopa before farmer* will England, has learned four languages The park, as well as the camp
ground, is electrically lighted, and at
get the benefits they are working since he was 74 yean old.
night is equally attractive as it is
and hoping for, and ha sees this end
the day. Statues and fountains are
ia tha rapid advance of local and Dr. Albert Matins of Rheims di situated
in various parts of the grass
in the Ashland
•tata organisations thruout the coun rected in his will that his body be covered area.
try. “In sono sections of the coun cremated and the ashes scattered A bandstand, small lakes, two ten
nis courts, a playground for children,
try,” said Mr. Spance, “producers over hie garden.
a dancing pavilion in summer time,
are strongly organised to handle a
are among other features of the park
particular product, potatoes, wheat, John Semins of Chicago was fined in addition to the rippling waterfalls
fruit, ate. while in other sections f 1,500 for making moonshine whis of Ashland creek, whose source is
Mt. Ashland, which courses through
raising the same products the grow key instead of bread in his bakery. its
ers are not organised. The result
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of this condition is that the unor
THE OREGON HEN
ganised sections prevent the organ
By Wm. Feather
“Give the hen her just deserts,”
ised co-operatives from getting re Thrift is not merely saving money. says
The Ad Rates Based on Both Quantity
a prominent poultry raiser of
sults. There is hardly an industry or If you really need n thing it costa Jackson
and Quality Circulation
branch of labor ia that nation that is you more to do without it than it “There county.
are about 150,000 of ‘her’
in Jackson county, not counting her
not powerfully organised and the ro would to buy it
and other relations, and they
sa te are Ugh wages for union la It has been estimated that no car brothers
factor in our pros-
It is a weekly paper—most homes prefer
bor and unparallod prosperity for in penter getting current wages can af perity.
after reading the Oregonian and ‘Sundays'
dustrial concerns while the farming ford to stop to pick up three ten- “Her
“nei product sells for $250,000 per
Industry ie going backward instead penny naila—at least his boss can’t year, and that is just the beginning.
There is room here and need for two
of ahead.” Mr. Spence thinks that afford to let him.
million layers. The poultry industry
co-operative marketing will greatly The nails would be worth s frac can
be made to be of almost as great
help fannere when the farmers or tion of a cent, but in picking them up importance
It is read on the Routes, in the Farm
and benefit to us ah the
ganise themselves as labor and manu the carpenter would consume time growing of fruit. Other sections inter
Homes, Small Towns of Jackson County
ested in the egg-producing business
facturing industries do, and only worth two cents.
every member of the family, who read
are not so favorably located as the
then. “When farmers will control It isn’t thrifty to wear baggy, Rogue
line and not merely the head lines.
the marketing and transportation of •oiled clothes to save laundry and green feed twelve months of the year;
their products— when they will take pressing bills. A man who tries to also wheat, corn, oats and barley grow
their geode an tha way from tha make a hair cut last six weeks isn’t in anbundance. Chickens will make a
It has more readers than any Weekly
market for all these crops with no
farms to the retail centers and elim thrifty.
Paper in Jackson County, outside of Med
deducted. They eat our other
inate much of the two-thirds edited Clean linen ie a beter investment freight
wise wasted orchard spares and the
middle expenses and profit»—then than a government bond— it will pay by-products of our dairying.
“We have always heard end will
wUl co-operative marketing he a euc- bigger dividends.
to hear the forlorn howl of
IT IS A WEEKLY PAPER THAT
This is not an argument against the overproduction.
* CAUSES COMMENT.
practice of economy in litle things. consumption is at present much
W heel Heme.
The little savings are important, greater than the local supply. But to
An • levator in W airsa, ,Minn, re provided they are not obtained at the look into the future we
ITS ADVERTISERS GET RETURNS
the open markets of
ceived a sample of wheat that test sacrifice of too much time and ef have
Atlantic states for our nversupp'y ”
ed 14.7« per cent protein. The fort.
Mail, bring or send adv. copy not later
tttm m whe grew it received M cents
And now Spring is opening in
mere per bushel for it then did the ASHLAND DAHLIAS WIN FIRST Southern Oregon.
8.O.N. MID TERM
Central Point Feed Store
- 1 ’
lam er with the usual 1« par cent
protein as Minnesota wheat ie bought
•a its protein content The fi
«he produced this high protein
followed the crop with extensive
«topping of sweet clever.
Denton wheat ie n new Texas var
iety and it has averaged three bush
acre than all other vsr-
by the state la three
ypan. The average test weight of
Harry Haater, grower of dahlias,,
who has repeatedly carried off
honors in competition with other
growers, has recently published a
catalogue of hie varieties. The list
gives aamoo and color descriptions
and has beea issued for the trad« as
M ED FO R D
in Internal Medicine for the
past fifteen years
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