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ASH LAN D AM E RIC AN
Eleven feet o f snow at the rim ■ The Ashland junior hitch basket*
o f ( rater Lake.
ball team lost in last Friday nights
game with the Eugene junior high.
Ed. Bell and Wilbur Chapman The score was 12 to 6.
have returned from a California tour.
J. B. Thomas o f this city has been
Miss Gertrude Ahlstrom visited in spending several days at Chico, Cal.,
Dunsmuir last week.
looking after business affairs.
returned home Friday.
R. R. Backers returned Sunday
from a business trip to Los Angeles.
W’ ayne Hill o f Ashland refereed
— Valentine Candy
C A N D YLAN D .
the basketball game at Phoenix on
Boxes at last Friday evening, when Talent
F 4-11 won over Phoenix, 14 to 10.
Mrs. Wilson has returned from a
Mrs. Sun Morris of Ashland visit
visit in Portland.
ed at Talent on Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Eli Patterson and Mrs.
The East Side Pharmncy is dis Will Ferns.
playing a line o f Valentines.
Mrs. Rnmyond Ruger o f Duns
The Franklin Bakery will have muir, California, is in Ashland visit-
pastries for Valentine parties.
ing at thè homo of Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Ruger on Alida Street.
— Valentines and greeting cards
Miss Nona Hall and her mother of
at Bolton’s drug store— lylv.
B St. are going soon to Oakland for
Business will be rotten, if every a month’s visit, hoping that Mother
body continually talks slow business. Hall’s health may receive benefit
— Make her Valentine a Box o f
Candy from C A N D YLAN D . F 4-11
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Provost have
returned from a visit in southern
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lee are new
comers, seeking the benefits o f Ash
land’s healthful climate. They have
apartments at the Porter home, 526
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hatch, Miss
Mrs. Rester Gande o f Dunsmuir
Salvoria Hatch and Mr. Adams
spent a few days this week with Ash
motored to Trail last Sunday after
noon to attend church services there,
J. M. Bowers o f the Ashland Miss Hatch singing at the service.
creamery was a San Francisco visitor
Haven’t read any clothing ads o f
local firms, but in other town ads,
J. E. Haney o f Talent was a busi one recently told o f knee pants for
ness visitor in Douglas county the men coming into style. We won’t
first o f last week.
Harold Lloyd in“ The Kid Brother,’
Mrs. Clara Foster was visiting
large houses, this week, at the
with Mrs. Mary Cole of A St. one
Vining heatre. It is a clean, laugh-
day last week.
provoking comedy, good for the
Mrs. W. C. Baldwin moved from blues.
California Street to
Corvallis where he assisted with the think o f what He Yiught do t<> us if
A N a tu ra l D e d u c tio n .
examinations given to students in He wanted to.
pharmacy at the state agricultural
There was great excitement in the
Jones home out on Long Islund. A
H e K n e w Hi» P la c e .
real lord was paying them a visit. He
John H. Fuller was a week-end
Autoist— “ Where do you get auto was now sitting at the dinner-table
visitor in town, having come down parts around here.”
and Mrs. Jones fluttered as she urged
from Grants Pass, where he was in
Native— “ At the railroad crosing.” My Lord to eat this and that.
attendance at the jubilee banquet.
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Mr. Jones, swollen with a sense of
Mr. Fuller has been spending some
the great honor bestowed upon his
L et th e Illu sio n L ive.
time in attendance at the legisla
household, began each sentence, and
tive session in Salem.
Helen— “ He thinks I am the nicest ended it in the same way with a
girl in town.
Shall I ask him to worshipful, not to say reverential,
Born— to the w ife o f Frank Bes- call?”
wick on East Main St., an 8-lb. boy on
Mother— “ No, dear; let him keep
As a special privilege— thinking
January 26. Mr. and Mrs. Beswick on thinking so.”
that he might talk about his maturer
are much pleased with the small
years— little Willie Jones, aged five,
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visitor, this being their first son.
had been permitted to attend the
S ta tic a n d In te rfe re n c e .
function on condition that he refrain
Mrs. Katherine Morrison, who has
Judge— “ Why can’t you two set from talking unless spoken to. Mind-
been so seriously ill, was recently tle this thing out o f court?”
rul o f this pledge', the little fellow
moved from her home to the Moor
Mike and Pat— “ W e’ve tried to, sat in silence, his large round eyes
residence in the north part of town, but the police always stop us,”
fixed in a stare upon the face and
form o f the stranger.
where Mrs. Mabel Moor is caring for
But, when he saw the visitor’s eye
L o rd B less H e r.
roaming1 hither and yon across the
Faye Tate, who has been employed
Mamie, new autoist, at filling sta laden table as though seeking some
since October in the local Twentieth tion— “ A quart of red oil, please.”
thing, an innate sense o f hospitality
Century store, left Tuesday with
moved him to speak.
Attendant— “ Rpd oil?”
Mrs. Tate for Eugene where they
“ Mom! Oh. mom!” said W’ illie.
Mamie— “ Sure, my tail light is out
will make their future home. Hugh
“ What is it, W illie?” asked his
Hinson o f Ashland has taken his
She; “ The Lord made us beautiful mother.
place in the store.
“ God wants a pickle.”
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He: “ How’s that?”
Mrs. R. King, who lives on route
Need* No State Income Tax.
She: “ Beautiful so the men would
one, while shopping in Ashland Sat love us— and dumb so we could love
Oregon needs no state income tax,
urday, stopped in the American o f them.”
no tax on tangibles, on gross earn
fice to congratulate the force on the
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ings, on excess profits or other new
new weekly paper. Mrs. King also
“ Since I bought a car I don’t have sources o f revenue to meet the fin
left the subscription price for the to walk to the bank to make my ancial situation, in the opinion o f
paper for a year.
Governor Patterson. All that is neces
“ Ah, you ride there.”
sary, in the governor’s belief, is for
Last Saturday night Mt. Shasta
“ No, I don’t have any.”
the ways and means committee to cut
high school visited some of the stu
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deeply, holding down appropriations
dents o f the Ashland high school.
Mike: “ Is your brother a musi and to pass an act by which 5 per
While here part o f the evenings pro cian V»
cent o f the receipts of all boards and
gram was devoted to basketball. It
Ike: “ Is he?— why at the age of commissions shall go into the general
was a hotly contested game and the three he played on the linoleum.”
visitors went home elated
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victory won from Ashland.
The Ashland American telephone
Got anything to o ffer Saturday?
number is 95. Phone in a news item Tell of it in The Ashland American
The Misses Mary Galey and Marie
Davies were hostesses at a large
dancing party Friday night given in
the ballroom of the Lithia Springs
hotel. About eighty guests attended.
Music during the evening was fur
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nished by piano and orthophonk
During the evening
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punch was served. A ll those who at
tended spent an unusually enjoy
W. H. McNair, druggist o f Ash
The executive board o f the Cra
land was a visitor in Portland the
Lake union o f Christian Endeav
Mrs. Niece, who has been quite
sick the past two weeks, is reported the metropolis was a guest at the or societies met in Ashland on Sun
day afternoon at the home o f Mrs.
about the same at this writing.
Max Dement at 502 Fairview street.
Oscar Brown, 90, died in Ashland The session was fairly well attended
Miss Leila Cartlon o f Medford
spent Sunday with her parents on last Saturday at the W. A. Shell and the time was given over to re
home on Granite avenue. The body ports from the various district o ffi
was shipped to Portland for burial. cers and society presidents.
Floyd Putman o f Beach street was
served refreshments to the group.
a business visitor in Klamath Falls
district was a pleasant caller Mon
Mrs. Frank Jordan and Mrs. L. A.
One o f the wisest bills introduced day morning. Mr. Gallatin is presi Roberts were hostesses at the meet
in the legislature is that to elimin dent o f the Valley View school ing o f the Past Matron’s club of
board and an extensive poultry raiser Alpha chapter, No. 1, O. E. S., on
ate the voters’ pamphlet.
Wednesday evening of last week at
Roberts home on Church street.
Thomas Edison, like many others,
will have a birthday this month. Feb Gold Hill, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. D. Mrs. S. A. Peters, Sr., who served as
White and Henry Ray o f Medford, past matron for the year past, was
ruary 11. Edison will be eighty.
were Ashland visitors Sunday, calling initiated into the club.
A fte r the
initiation, refreshments were served
Mrs. Cedric Myer, who has been on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson.
from a table which bore a beautiful
visiting in Astoria and Seattle re
cake in honor o f Mrs.
turned to Ashland on Friday.
visited the American office while Peters’ birthday.
Dr. Mattie B. Shaw recently made shopping in Ashland Saturday. The
Ashland’s Music Study club met
a visit o f a few days with relatives Cowans are regular readers o f the
in the parlors o f the Presbyterian
and friends at Fresno, Cal.
church on Monday evening. The sub
E. C. Faber, merchant o f Cen ject for the evening’s study was in
Mrs. George Perkins and Miss
Mildred Jones o f Wagner creek were trai Point and Butte Falls, and who charge o f Mrs. John Fuller, who pre
is establishing another store at sented the “ Founders o f American
visitors in Ashland on Wednesday.
Eagle Point, was transacting busi Music,” and gave a sketch o f Dudley
Buck. Miss Leona Marsters reviewed
Mrs. Myrtle Spaulding of East ness in Ashland Monday.
an article on “ The rise o f organ
Main St. was a dinner guest at the
Mrs. Hugh T.
H. B. Carter, the dairyman, called music in America.”
J. II. Monroe home o f Monrovia
to wish us success and express a wel Mitchelmore read an interesting and
Ranch one day last week.
come, leaving an order for a nice instructive article on “ Mr. Damrosch
The Berean class o f Christian bunch o f job work and a years sub and American Music.’ Sketches of
other early American writers were
church held a class meeting at the scription.
given by Mrs. H. S. Aikens, Berna
Dr. Burdis home on High St. recent
Mrs. Reachert o f the Valley View Haight, Mrs. F. L. Putnam and Mrs.
community was a pleasant caller at J. H. Fuller. Mrs. Lou Hansen sang
The James Morgan family, who the Ashland American office last Dudley Buck’s “ Fear Ye Not, O
formerly lived in Ashland, recently Friday, giving us some news pertain Israel.” and Mrs. H. C. Beebe gave
moved from Marshfield to North ing to the road work and progress in two very splendid piano numbers.
Miss Imogeen W’allace played “ Sar-
ier district of route two.
abande,’ by Arthur Whiting as the
C. B. Haney and wife were visit-
If you desire more business, re closing number o f the evening.
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ing in Rosehurg and Drain during newed friends, lasting results, con
Camp Taylor in the early
the past week, returning home on
guerre, a colored outfit,
newly arrived, was lined up before
the clerk for preliminary paper work.
W. II. Day was among the many
"Name and address,” demanded
Charles Weis, who lives on Ohio
callers to wish us well the first o f
the week. Mr. Day is clerk of the street, was among the many callers the clerk o f one husky recruit.
and new subscribers this week. Mr.
local lodge o f Woodmen.
"W hat’s your name and address?”
Weis tells us he plans to visit north
“ Lordy, suh,” replied the John,
1 lie Auto Electric Garage is busy
ought to know.Yo’ sent to ' me.”
liar;; n,; radio batteries, as the pro-
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>ams have Wen coming in very
God is certainly good, for just
Remember that Franklin’s V /2 loaf is now a full
Milk Bread, the only Milk bread made in Southern
Oregon. Electrically baked in the best equipped
and cleanest shop in this part of the state
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