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About Ashland American. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-1927 | View This Issue
said park, thus advertising both park
er was displeased in finding a spider Friday, 7:30, Choir practice, Mr. and
Lithia w ater:
folded up in his weekly paper that Auther Hardy, choir leader.
The Ashland Park Board fe.-|s
the mail man brought. Twain A homelike church where you will that placing these Lithia w ater foun
tains on Plaza or on any city streets
answered him that it was too bad the receive a hearty welcome.
would be undesirable as tourists e-
spider got folded up in the paper as
w ater at any of these spots
the spider made it a rule to look at the church Saturday at 3 p. m. might not be drawn into the park,
over the papers in search of the A very interesting program is pre and the said Board wishes to prote t
against any Lithia w ater fountains
non-advertiser. When he found one pared.
being placed in any hotel or roo -
The Ashland hotel is now the cen- dinner all joined in a game o fcards. that didn’t advertise he could go to
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ing house, on the Plaza or on any city
trai depot for all the stages.
The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lind- that store and spin his web unm olest
J. L. W ebster was in Ashland
and fam i*y. Mr. and Mrs. Bren- ed.
That the day of high and noble
Tuesday from Grants Pass.
A. PETER S, JR.
A. C. NININGER.
Portland Paper Publishes Poem the message of Mr. V. K. Allison last
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schonigher Boomer.
W. II. McNAIR.
were guests a t the home of Mr. and The state missionary rally at the Blanche Logan O’Neal, of Ashland Sunday evening on the subject, “The
received recognition in last Sunday’s Ideal Young Woman.” The m aterial The Ashland American
Mrs. Julius Kock Sunday evening.
V’ou can get butter wrappers at deed well attended and greatly en- Journal in their “ Poet Corner” by for the discourse was taken from suggestions on the Lithia w invites
the American office, printed as the joyed. I he social circle of the church the following poem which was pub letters written by young men of the tion through the columns of this
served luncheon at noon, and the lished, entitled “ Remembrance.’
paper. We believe it is a big propo
sition for Ashland and wish to do our
‘ Miss Nona Hall and her mother H n *liar. Endeavor served the ban-
share to co-operate in reaching a
expect to go to California in the nuct at 6:30 p. m. to the younger Because I had a heartache
wise solution of the m atter.
Long, 0 Long Ago,
nenr future for an indefinite stay. people.
type. Neither should she be mannish,
Mrs. Simons of Oberlin street was Mr. and Mrs. House entertained
calling on friends on B street Sunday at their home in Talent Sunday, The thing" I used to know.
father and mother. Must be neat
, January 30. A fter a sumptous three
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Mr. and Mrs. Oden of Butte Falls course dinner, games and music were i You say I speak so rarely,
a home. Must be courageous but have proved
of great medicinal value
visited this week at the home of enjoyed. Those present were Mr. Am silent overlong—
not reckless. Practically every letter to many people; to can and ship the
Mr. and Mrs. A. E Bilderback.
and Mrs. John Pittinger and Mr. and
said that she must not dance and wonderful pears, the product par-
Can stab me like a song.
J. L. Corbett, a mining man of Mrs. Julius Koch.
that she must be a Christian. The excellence of the Rogue river valley
California, visited relatives and E. H. Isaac on Tuesday became
minister ended his message and bus
the sole proprietor of the store which The wind that bends the willow, ied his appeal on the statem ent: “Je- as well as other fruits of superb
friends here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Canine, who have has been conducted in the past by Rain on a poplar tree
I sus Christ is the Only One Who quality.
make possible a longer sojourn
spent the winter in Mrs. A. L. Har him and L. F. Ferguson. No radical Coral clouds against the blue.
Brought the Ideal into Conscious of To
seeking clim ate anti advan
vey’s home on B street have moved changes in the policy of the business
ness.” Next Sunday night will be tages such as have bpen described
is contemplated under Mr. Isaac’s
to 4th street.
the third in the series of “ Ideals,” above, the people of Ashland are
Oh yes, people are buying, just as management. A complete line of dry Coral clouds against the blue,
when Mr. Allison will speak on the building and equipping hotels and
they always buy. Ask the man who (goods and ladies’ wearing apparel A willow bending low,
“The Ideal Husband,” from apartm ents of superior character,
And moonlight on a garden
sells them, or visit the stores that j will be carried as in the past,
furnished by the m arried and the fact th at Ashland, which is
i Dr. J. P. Chisholm, a long time Long and long ago.
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iust twenty-two miles from the
Mrs. Morrison, who has been sick resident of Ashland and practising
line, is the front door,
for some time, is reported as rapidly veterinarian, died on Wednesday & -------------------------------------------------------------- ©
the privilege of be
improving at th«1 home of Nurse morning at the Community hospital.
At The Churches
Uncle Sam doesn’t allow a paper ing first to welcome to this great
Mr. Chisholm had been in the hospital
Moore on Hummond street.
to send sample copies for an indefin- state the traveller from the south.
Mrs. C osh and her futher, who for some time and had suffered con
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Myron S. Woodworth, Pastor
ate time, and regular subscribers are For those interested in stock-rais
have been living at 237 B St., have siderably with asthma. He leaves a Sabojth
w’anted by any publication. ing opportunity offers much, as cat
moved into the Eddie Shaw house large family, relatives and many Pleaching, school,
Remember that always
residents of Ashland or tle, sheep and hogs flourish on the
i t I f. I I! street.
friends to mourn his passing.
this is th.* hocr that Dr. Eubanks, re
Mrs. I). K. Allison and daughter Mrs. W. B. Gill and two children cently of China, will tell us the southern Jackson county feel like rich alfalfa feed. Dairying is a sure
story oi his missionary the money would be easier at a later heck producer while poultry-rai ng
will visit here a few weeks, while of Woodburn and Mrs. H. W. Moore wonderful
the American will gladly trust a almost unlimited in its possildli-
Mrs. Allison is taking treatm ents and Miss Minnie Gregory of Molalla that we c.i' not country.
have this service in date,
from Dr. Smith. Rev. Allison re are viators in Ashland at the M. J. tht afternoon so that all Christians them for the yearly price of $2. We les in districts near the city.
mained over Monday, returning on Olson home at 147 Central avenue. might hear him. The pastor has welcome and eagerly solicit your Saw mills in the mountan territory
neaici Dr. Eubanks’ equal in name and address as a subscriber for uljacent to Ashland constitute an in
Tuesday to Eugene.
Mrs. Gill and Mrs. Moore are daugh- never
the joys and sorrows of a a year. W hether you enclose the $2 dustry of no mean proportion, and
Ashland high school has arranged ters and Miss Gregory a niece of foreign missionary.
a new system in the schedule which Mr. and Mrs. Olson.
B. Y. P. U. 6:30. The young people or not. We want everyone in the u large factory for box and null
will be glad to welcome you to this vicinity to join the American family •vork will employ operati /es the year
makes it possible for school to be The Social Circle of the Chris hour
of study and devotion.
Especially those living near the city round.
dismissed at 3:45 instead of 4:00. tian church have arranged in the An Preaching.
7:30, by the pastor. and
Many radio homes are tuning in nex one of the really cozy places of This is the third
farm ers who we know, appre Mining is an old time industry in
of a series of ser
on Walker's Old Time Dance music, the city for social affairs and the mons on the book of Revelation— ciate a weekly paper for home news. this territory, which is receiving in-
“ Revelation” is the divine title
broadcasted from W alker’s dance in ladies are always ready to serve din and
reusing interei a p: esent and the
the last book of the Holy
the Central building at Medford on ners or lunch for orders or visiting Scriptures.
Come for these studies LITHIA WATER QUESTION UP shale oil e::l.-actl . , .»raises to event
Wednesday and Thursday nights.
assemblies. Mrs. C. O. Holman is of prophecy.
ually become a successful enterprise
Miss Martha Spenker will give one president and will be glad to confer
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p en -’ation is about (’>,-
land as a whole to pipe the water to 000, Ashland’s
of her intereating health talks in the with any wishing such service. Her THE FULL GOSPEL TEMPLE I the
Plaza. Mr. Miller, another mem made since the increase
J. E. MURPHEY, Pa.tor
Lithia hotel ballroom on February phone is 467-J and home is 435 B
1: it census, hut with
Sunday School, 9:45 A. M., C. J. also favored piping the Lithia water the inclusion of strictly Ashland te r
H at 2 p. m. All ladies interested street,
are invited to attend.
to the Plaza and briefly stated his ritory which is outside the city limits
Our Ashland high school basket
reasons therefor. At the conclusion this figure may be increased m ater
The American is proud of the ball team are off on a northern drive Morning Worship, 11 A. M.
his talk he moved that the Park
large list of rural readers. The for scalps. The boys left yesterday. Young Peoples’ Meeting, 6:30 P. Board’s
resolution be referred to the ially.
farm ers appreciate a weekly paper, W. P. W alter, general secretary of m. If you wish to be associated with Chamber of Commerce directors for Cannery. Iron, foundry, box fac
and a hundred per cent of the rural the community Y. M. C. A. and the young people who stand for further and thoough discussion. The tory, flour mill, creamery, granite
as adopted by the Park works and car shops constitute the
route readers is our goal.
Principal B. C Forsythe of the righteousness and battle against un resolution
< 'instruction work started Monday high school are accompanying them righteousness, we invite you to come Whereas, there has been some dis industrial equipment. Natural car
on the new Lithia Springs pipe line and ( oach Russell ('ripe is going to and unite with us and help to in cussion in regard to placing Lithia bonic gas is shipped fro rnthe mineral
w ater fountains elsewhere than at the springs in car lots. Well equipped
which is to extend from the Lithia see that they bring home the victor- crease the army for right.
Pacific depot and in Lithia
Park to Litlda Springs, about four I ics. They play in Rosehurg this Fri- Evening Worship, 7:30. These Southern
and successful fruit and produce and
miles south of Ashland.
¡day night in Corvallis Saturday meetings are evangelist and if you Whereas, the citizens of Ashland wholesale grocery establishments a t
Fred ('. Homes and Irving E. Vin- j Saturday night and in Salem Mon- are interested in the salvation of have spent $100,000 in developing a tend to their respective lines. Ash
park which is a natural set land schools are rated among the
ing of Ashland attended the annual day night, expecting to be home souls and the spread of the Gospel, beautiful
fountains and which
meeting and election of the State Tuesday night. Here is luck to them. come nnd join with us in this impor has given Ashland
more advertising best on the coast and summer schools
( bomber of Commerce in Portland Death entered the home of Mr. tant work.
than anything else we have; and
including the state normal utilize the
and Mrs. A. I). Kerr at 508 Palm Every Wednesday in each week W hereas the mineral w ater is the entire
school equipment during the
chief attraction in this park and at-
Ed Shaw and King Barnes of Bell- avenue on Tuesday. Their little prayer meeting 7:30 P. M.
view district were in town for a short daughter passed away at the age of
time last Sunday. They report one year and a »lay. The funeral
everything flourishing in their neigh services were held this (Friday) a f
ternoon, at two o’clock. Rev. ('has. I).
I he Social Circle of the Church of Gaffney of the Congregational
( hrist will meet in the church par church officiating. The acquaint
lors \S ednesday, February !*. Each ances, friends and neighbors offer
lady is requested to bring a covered their sympathy to Mr. and Mrs.
dish and a few sandwiches, ns a Kerr in their hour of bereavement.
change from the usal style of scrv- The Berean class of the Christian
ing. \ full attendance is hoped for. church gave a party at the home of
J. K Hedrick and wife of Drain Dr. Burdic in honor of Mrs. Sanford,
passed through Ashland one day last A beautiful tea-tray was presented
week on their way home from Cali- to the guest of honor by the class. A
furnia, where they hud been visiting program was given which consisted
relatives nnd friends. They visited of a reading by Miss Jenmie Put-
many places of interest and report mun. a solo by Mr. Churchill, a duet
having had a very pleasant trip.
by Miss Verna W right and Miss
Mr h. I. Whittle, who has been Caldwell and a solo by Mrs. Dun an.
in I mil for the past two weeks, after which games were played and
— reported as some better, and ex lovely refreshm ents enjoyed.
pects to tie home sometime the latter The Woman's Civic Improver >nt
part of the week.
ell.’ held an e -optionally intere ing
Medford has a new secretary of ocial meeting on their regular m eet
their Chamber of Commerce, Mr. C. ing date, last Tuesday afternoon, at
T Baker, recently of Hood River. the ( lub house on Winburn Way.
Mr. Raker is a live wire, and Med- Needlework and conversation took
ford will expand and attract under >P ‘he greater part of the afternoon
\ few strangers were welcome v sit- !
H>R SALE Sampson tractor ors and the Club always inv te>
Disc Plow, double disc. This outfit strangers and visitors to their meet- 1
is in fine shape and worth $1200. ngs and programs. After the busi
hut $550 will take the outfit. J. J. ness of the day was disposed of. re I
Deak n. 175 E. Main, Ashland. F4-11 treshm ents of ice cream, cake and
As seen by our Talent items each offee were served. The tnhle deso
week, the American is covering Tal lations were very pretty in w h ite’
ent pretty well. We aim for it to be : • il yellow. Mrs. Otto W inter and
Talent’s |iaper. as well as Ashland’s. Irs. Wm. Myer were the hostesses
Talent people, many of them, tell us for the afternoon.
they prefer a weekly paper if it is Does your business seed stimuiat-
g* Remeber the story of Mark
v anil Mrs. Alfred Oakson re- i wain that went the rounds some
e. itlv e tcrt.uned friends from Cen- me ago about a subscriber writing
IN nt. A fter enjoying a good C' mplaint to the editor. The read- I
1 ¡Merely Many Minor
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A big 15-day celebration, on which broken
lines of merchandise will he offered at excep-
ti”nally low prices will mark the
sary of the Golden Rule Co., of
birthday gift to you will be one the
bargain events ever held by the Ashland store
and the Golden Rule management has been
making extensive plans to accommodate large
numbers of shoppers.
Sale Starts Saturday, February 5