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ASHLAND AM ERICAN
T aient T opics
That Tell Tale
Elvis C ochrane, W ill Jacobs and
E v e re tt Boone w ent to H ornbrook
last S atu rd ay evening w here they
furnished music fo r a dance.
Mrs. E v erette Boone and children
w ent to H ilt on No. 13 last S atu rd ay
w here she visited frie n d s re tu rn in g
home Sunday afternoon.
John D. C aster, who has been
spending several m onths in Los
Angeles, re tu rn e d home last S a tu r
Mrs. Ross of D unsm uir, C alif., a r
rived last F riday evening fo r a visit
with h er brother, L. C. D rake, re
tu rn in g to D unsm uir on S aturday.
Mrs. Louis Brown and Russell and
B etty w ere visitors a t the home of
Mrs. Ben Bayliss in A shland last
Mrs. E rn e st Purvis and children
re tu rn e d last S atu rd ay from San
Francisco, where she has been visit
ing her m other fo r several m onths.
Miss H arper, who has been visit
ing her sister, Mrs. K. K runkler, le ft
Monday fo r her home in Redding,
C alifornia. The K runklers recently
bought a 20-acre tru ct of Dr. C. W.
Mrs. Will Gleims w ent to the
Ashland hospital T uesday fo r tr e a t
m ent and observation.
Misses Lis Joy H anson, Louise
Scroggins, Gladys Rice, M argaret
H am m erbacker, P atricia Gale, B etty
Brown and R uth Brown, all Ashland
norm al students, w ere hostesses last
S atu rd ay evening a t an inform al
p arty given a t the com m unity club
room s in T alent, h o noring B ently
P ritch ard of the navy service, San
Diego, who is visiting in Ashland.
A bout tw enty were presen t, and all
enjoyed a m erry evening. D ainty re
fresh m ents w ere served by the host
esses, assisted by M csdamcs Bowman
Monday night the cam p fire girls
celebrated the birthdays of fo u r of
th e ir n um ber w ith a p a rty in Miss
G enaw ay’s ap artm en ts. The evening
sp en t pleasantly in playing gam es,
was all too short to the m any girls
, who attended. A t a late hour cof
fee with Welsh ra re b it on crackers
Mrs. Leonard O orthuys o f “ IIol-
lan d ale” en tertain ed C larence llold-
ridge, F rank Denham, Mr. and Mrs.
J . F. D itsw orth and Mr. and Mrs.
I). O. H urley fo r d in n er Sunday,
J a n u a ry 23.
Among those in M edford S a tu r
day w ere Mr. and Mrs. J. H. C raw
ford, Miss Emma C raw ford, Mr. Win.
P etrie and M argaret.
Mr. and Mrs. Acel Beckwith
moved up to Jam es McDowell’s place
on A nderson creek T uesday where
Mr. Beckwith has work.
A. H. Davenhill and Carl Glasgow
o f T alen t w ere business visitors in
M edford last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Bullen of Ash
land have bought the Shell service
station of C. C. Bond and took
possession T uesday m orning.
Bullen has been in the navy service,
stationed a t F o rt Stevens.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown, who
have been spending the w in ter in
San Diego, spent Tuesday in T alent
and w ere din n er guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Bond. They le ft fo r P o rt
land on W ednesday. Mr. and Mrs.
Brown w ere form erly in the general
m ercantile business here.
C harles P etrie, who works on Ash
land Tidings force is home, sick with
Mrs. Sun M orris of Ashland visited
W ednesday o-f last week a t the home
o f Mrs. Ella P atterso n and Mrs. Will
Mrs. George P erkins and Mildred
Jo n es o f W’ag n er creek visited in
Ashland last week.
Ed O stendorf of P ortland called
on his old friends, en ro u te to Klam
a th Falls, w here he will take over the
Dodge agency. His fam ily expect to
move to Klam ath Falls in F ebruary.
Misses Blanche W iard and Mary
Adamson of Ashland high visited
T ale n t schools last Friday.
Mrs. T hatcher of the N azarene
in Ashland, preached a t
T alen t M. E. church last Sunday
Rev. and Mrs. Wm. V im ont are
both ill this week.
Miss A nna Evans will be hostess
to th e Queen E sther circle this F ri
The S tacker fam ily, who have been
living in the Boone house, have
. moved into Earl W itherow ’s house
n ev t to the b arb er shop.
A. T. Edm unson of Salem, who
has been spending several davs visit
ing his fam ily here, re tu rn ed to his
week in So'em last Sunday afternoon.
T alent high played basketball with
Sam s Valiev high at the Phoenix
gym last F rid ay 'ev en in g . w inning by
a score of 1 6 to 12. '1 alent town
team also nlayed a pick-up team from
Sams Valley the same evening, win
ning by a score of 14 to X. The line
n r of town team was Civile Purvis,
Billv Ontmnn K enneth Pellets. Bu
ford C hiller« and F lv ’s Coehraoe.
E arle N ew brv a m em ber o f the
•«•bool board, v is ite d hig h «ebnol
m orning and the grades in
this Friday evening. A nyone in te re st
ed in the industry is invited to a t
tend. A table show and fu r dem on
stratio n will be held, also an e n te r
tainm ent and light refreshm ents.
C allers a t the Sun Gold ra b b itry
the past week w ere Mr. and Mrs. An
derson. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, Mrs.
M ary C levenger of M edford, Dr.
M iller of Phoenix. Ray Spencer of
P rospect and Mr. Morse of Ashland.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Larson spent
the week-end a t B utte Fulls with
Mrs. L arson’s p aren ts, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. R. Larson was in M edford
Monday to see her nephew, Glen
A lberts of B utte Falls, who is seri
ously ill a t the Sacred H eart hospital
with pneum onia.
P rin. W hitm an of Phoenix was a
d in n er guest Tuesday evening a t the
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Larsen.
Mrs. B. N. Sandlin is able to be
about again a f te r a two w eek’s ill
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Ashland A m erican fo r a year.
Max Bowman, C arl Melon, Acel
Beckwith, Ed Jacobs, Geo. Clinton
and John C astor atten d e d the Modern
Woodmen m eeting in Ashland last
S aturday night.
The T alent team
helped pu t on the degrees.
Mrs. C lair G raham is on the sick
list this week.
Mrs. I. C. W illiam s and Mrs. Acel
Beckwith visited in A shland T hurs
day of last week with Mrs. R uth Reed
Mr. and Mrs. C. G raham o f F ern
valley visited Mrs. G raham ’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John H u b a rtt, Monday
aftern o o n .
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F reda H eryford of B u tte Falls
was the guest e f O rpha A rnold last
Mr. and Mrs. John A rnold were
d in n er guests of A lbert A rnold and
fam ily last T hursday evening.
Mrs. M orris Jo n es has sufficiently
recovered to re tu rn to h er home in
T alen t last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. C haney w ere
d in n er guests o f Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
M cCracken Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jam es Lennox and
son, Keith,, enjoyed S unday din n er
w ith H enry C a rte r and fam ily of
Mr. and Mrs. H arry W eagant, Ray
and Paul H endrickson and Mabel
R eaehert and m other w ere “ listen-
ers-in” on the radio a t the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jam es Lennox S atu rd ay
Bob W agner re tu rn ed last F riday
from a w eek’s trip to C alifornia.
E rn est Howell and Dan T aylor of
K lam ath Falls w ere visitors a t the
Fred G arle home recently.
The approach of spring seems to
bring the spirit of im provem ent
ab o u t the com m unity. Bog W agner
has b uilt a new porch ami a pump
are each building new brooder
houses. J. II. Morse and R. N. C haney
the school yard fence has been re
paired and L. II. G allatin has been
doing some extensive fence building.
We hope th a t the m eeting held
a t the school house last W ednesday
evening atten d e d by a com m ittee of
the Ashland cham ber of com m erce
and several fa rm e rs of V alley View
will be productive of g io d fru it.
Loyal co-operation betw een business
people and those of the surrounding
com m unity would re su lt in good to
Mrs. K enneth L ansing arrived
T uesday evening from P o rtlan d fo r
a visit with her p aren ts, Mr. and
Mrs. Jam es Lennox.
S pring is arriv in g and sp ring goods
a re beginning to be displayed.
You will w ant to h ear Rev. E u
banks, a m issionary recen tly from
China, a t the B aptist church this
Sunday m orning.
J. M. W atkins o f 72 L aurel St.,
le ft Jan . 26 fo r a th ree w eeks’ stay
in Miami, Florida, w here he will look
a f te r business in terests.
Mrs. E. Yockey, who has been
quite sick a t her home in this city, is
about the sam e. A host of friends
hope fo r an im provem ent in her
— W anted, acreag e in or n ear
Ashland o r M edford to exchange for
C alifornia or W illam ette valley prop
erty. Brown and Rice, 63 N. Main
Mrs. C ora A. Gleim of T alent
died a t the M edford hospital Feb.
2. Mrs. Gleim was a d au g h ter of
Mrs. Annie Hensley of this city. The
fu n eral will be a t T alen t tom orrow
at 2 :30.
This (F rid ay ) night the Ashland
norm al will m eet th e O. A. C. rook
team in a re tu rn gam e of b ask et
ball, a t which tim e they will try to
even up the gam es. It prem ises to
be a hard fou g h t and speedy gam e.
Mrs. C. F. I.ilton, Mrs. Wm.
Myer, Mrs. Vina D ecker and Mrs.
H arris Dean atten d e d a m eeting of
the C ounty H ealth association held
at the home of Mrs. E. H. Jan n e y in
aftern o o n ,
F eb ru ary 2.
The ru ral ro u te road known as the
Ashland mine road is rep o rted not
in the best of trav e l condition and
P ostm aster F. D. W’ag n e r has called
atten tio n o f th e fa ct to the city
council, who have re fe rre d the m at
te r to the s tre e t com m ittee fo r in
The Golden R ule store, as our
m any ro u te and com m unity read ers
will notice, is celeb ratin g th eir fifth
anniverary. The Golden Rule is al
ways an a ttra c tiv e shopping cen ter
and progressive. M any will find th at
it will pay to visit them now d uring
th eir anniversary.
Ashland has m any citizens form
erly from K ansas and this week we
have visitors from Ness City, in the
Sun flow er state, a t the J. C. Hop
per home. Mr. H opper, vice-presi
d ent of the S ta te bank, is also from
Kansas and his visitors, W. A. Owens
and sons, declare th eir in tentions of
re tu rn in g here to m ake a home.
Many in Ashlnnd listened over the
radio to G overnor P a tte rso n ’s tax ad
dress to the L egislature W ednesday
evening. “ Tax on m oney is th e only
way out of th e s ta te ’s financial
tro u b le,” was the solution suggested
by the governor. A g rad u ated income
tax seems to be th e answ er.
legislature is w restling w ith the
problem and a happy solution is
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F riends and m em bers of the Jack -
son C ounty Public H ealth association
m ay co n g ratu late each o th e r ,and
fellow w orkers th ro u g h o u t Oregon
th a t the appropriation fo r the bureau
or n ursing has been re-in stated in
the budget of the state board of
health. C ongratulations should also
be extended to the m em bers of the
ways and m eans com m ittee who gave
this subject due consideration when
they w ere appealed to with hundreds
f le tte rs and telegram s from citi
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zens all over the state.
H ealth boosters are now asked to
w rite o r wire the ways and m eans
com m ittee a t once to ap p ro p riate
$220,250 to supplem ent th e $100,-
The m eeting of the
Bellview 000 carried in the original m easure
Telephone com pany last week re su lt creatin g the E astern O regon tu b e r
ed in the election o f the follow ing culosis hospital. This to tal am o u n t of
$320,250 will build the hospital and
o ffic ers: P resident, F. C. H om es; cover
all costs to Dec. 31, 1028 and
secretary - tre a su re r, A. C. Jo y ; provides fo r 80 beds. T here are 3,-
700 active cases of tu berculosis in
trouble m an, B ert Peachy.
R ehearsals fo r the play a t Bell Oregon, but only 225 hospital beds
fo r those who can not pay fo r p rivate
view are being held nightly now at _ care. T here are no beds in E astern
the club house. E everything points i O regon so the one tu b erculosis hos-
to its u ltim ate success and th e pub | pital in Salem has a w aitin g list of
56 today which does not include 100
lic m ay be assured of som ething m
ore who would apply if th ere were
w orthw hile on the nights o f its pres any chance to get in. This m eans th a t
patients w ait from th ree to five
en tatio n , F eb ru ary 17 and 18.
C arter, m onths in th eir homes o r cheap lodg
ing houses a fte r they a re serious
county school su p erin ten d en t, who enough to have asked perm ission to
bus been ill nt h er home in Jackson e n te r a state institution.
O f course
ville is rep o rted as very much b et they are receiving care from the
county nurses who trav el any dis
te r today.
tance to look a fte r these p atien ts and
The P.-T. A., o f Beilvlew are even answ er em ergency cal is a t
giving a cooked food sale S atu rd ay night to assist during a hem orrhage
or to place them , in a local hospital
at H ardy Bros, store.
with funds from the C hristm as seals
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More than 60 per cen t of those sick
with tuberculosis are young people
ju st en terin g upon th e ir period of
An d They W a n t More Pay.
L egislatures pro b a bly deserve g re a te st usefulness to th e ir fam ilies
end to the state, so to give them
m ore pay, but of all the bills they adequate hospital care is not only a
im agine they m ust introduce, we ex hum anitarian m easure b u t a paying
pect the m easure to be a t least sen investm ent. W rite or wire y o u r sup
port to m em bers of th e leg islature
One L egislator Pierce, of and the ways and m eans com m ittee.
Coos and C urry counties, has in tro
duced a bill pvtending from m idnight
to 3 a. m. the tim e lim it fo r dancing.
Ye Gods ami little fishes; ca n ’t our
legs get tired enough by m idnight.
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Saturday, February 5
“THE BUCKAROO KID”
with Hoot Gibson as a breezy cowboy who knows
his stuff. *
Sunday and Monday, February 6 and 7
“BLONDE OR BRUNETTE”
Adolph Menjou is forced to choose between the two
opposites. How he does it makes an amusing story.
Tuesday and Wednesday, February 8 and 9
“WHILE LONDON SLEEPS”
—a different story for Rin-Tin-Tin, affording him
an opportunity to demonstrate his marvelous
powers as a detective.
Thursday and Friday, February 10 and 11
“PARADISE FOR TWO”
with Richard Dix as a rich young Bachelor, not
wanting a wife, but a wife must be found for
w here now they have a com plete lay
o u t w here com plete b an q u ets can be
served. Six ladies of th e auxiliary
came down a t 11 a. m. to p re p are a
lunch in th e club room s fo r ¡the
toilers, and as they were handicapped
fo r a place and way of serving
the to ilers expected no m ore than
a little lunch, but w hat a surprise
when they called chow. Roast chicken
The foods w ere all
cooked hot at noon and brought
down a t th e last m inute and hot
co ffe and tea was served from elec
tric percolators. Leave it to the ladies
to fig u re out an ea tin g proposition.
God bless ’em!
P ost 14 is indebted to Mr. F ran k
Jo rd a n of the Jo rd an cab in et works
on Oak s tre e t for the donation of a
large stro n g window fram e. N ext
Sunday will see the kitchen in all its
beauty fo r then it will be com pleted,
plum bing und all.
Ashland post has a busy program
m apped o u t fo r 1927.
Its an nual
show within the n ex t fo rty-five days
th e com m unity w elfare program for
A shland, the state convention a t La
G rande, the n ational convention in
P aris, a n o th e r show la te r in the year
and m any social night through out
The books of the A m erican Legion
are alw ays open fo r new m em bers.
The only req u irem en ts are, an ex-
service m an,
All ex-service men
should line up, they need the Legion
and th e Legion needs them .
M illard W. Grubb, com m ander, or
T. E. P atterso n , a d ju ta n t of Post 14
At-ren'ed for R e c k l n * Driving.
Joseph H ernandez o f Yroka, Cali-
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fornai, was arrested S atu rd ay night
The club house o f A^Wand post.
on a charge o f reckless driving by No. 14. of the Am erican I^eeuon on
C hief of Police Mf>Nabb and fined W inburn W ay h.as since lrs t Sum in.'
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$10.00 and costs in the city co u rt by taken on quite a change, ns twelve
nt tbr* hoTPP ftt j Police Judge Clint B aughm an. H er
of the m em bers tu rn ed o n t Sundav
V - ,Ton-.eV in Medford W ednesday
nandez was arrested when he ran m orning a t 9 o’clock and workin«»
V m -lV c m
P «T *s*»n
M - « t o » l (into an
approaching ca r belonging C ivil 6 p. m. had erected a kitchen
n -m !» n-,»«.,i,T- e«-sociat!en will hold , to E. D. Jennings.
,tu the re a r o f the p resen t club house
th e ir re g u la r m eeting at llie city hall
FOR SALE— An income p roperty
8-room house, su itable fo r 2 fam
ilies, with stoves and some fu rn itu re .
Lots 108x178, plenty of fru it and
flow ers. $.3,000— Brown and Rice,
63 N. Main.
A SN A P— Lot 100x200 on enst side
of VanNcss Ave., ad jo in in g Dr.
S m ith ’s pro p erty . S tre e t paved and
cem ent sideynlk in. This pro p erty
has cost me nearly $2000, will take
$1100 and give term s if w anted. Mrs.
C. L. H awley, 1017 14th St., S acra
m ento, C alifornia.
FOR R E N T
FOR RENT— Well furnished a p a rt
m e n t Call a t 96 Laurel St., or
GARAGE fo r re n t, betw een F ourth
and F ifth. In q u ire a t 57 F ifth St.
J. B. Icenhow er.
. 4‘2 tf
We can p rin t them , and would e n
joy a share o f them a t the o ffice of
the A m erican in. th e Shook block.
Send in a news item , o r a com
m unication or re g u la r correspond
ence from your com m unity.
is real butter, made from rich, pasteurized cream,
wrapped in sanitary packages. It possesses “Vita-
mines” in generous quantities, which physicians de
clare is vitally necessary for growing children.
“ Its the Quality“
Ask for it by name at your grocer
L IT H IA C R E A M E R Y
143 N. Pioneer
A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A ^ ▲A A i
will gladly talk over a t any tim e to
any ex-service man ju s t w hat it
m eans to be a L egionnaire.
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The Eagles’ Hall, 3rd Floor, Me lford Building,
Medford is under new management on Friday nights
and is putting on a series of Friday Nite Jazz Dances.
Music by the Metropole Orchestra
Admission 10c; Dance Tickets 75c
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