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About Ashland American. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-1927 | View This Issue
Once Agai n it Pay*.
ashamed of their ill treatm ent of wo
men and she hoped a brighter fu tu re
Mrs. George Harkins, living on was awaiting the native child widow.
We had nearly 800 people a t the
route one was the first new subscrib
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W alker dance S aturday night. We
er to take advantage of our new
have had big crowds ever since the
club o ffer of the National Farm
ad appeared in the Ashland American
Journal with the American.
Last Saturday there was an increase
Harkins came in about ten minutes
in the num ber from the Talent dis
■ visited with her relatives and friends a f te r the o ffer, was made public.
Pleasant weather this spring.
trict. Wishing you continued success,
Many new names have been added
in this vicinity for a few days.
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I am, yours very truly, Bliss Heine.
this week on the offer.
A few cases of flu still linger.
iety of products are made.
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Mrs. V. K. Bonham, who is teach
Can’t we do you some job printing. ing at Eagle Point, spent Sunday
Sandy— Cannery at Scenic station
Mrs. H. H. Levett, well known
visiting relatives and friends in this Ashland resident, called us up on the pitch, rosin, acetic acid, vinegar, ac- will be doubled in size this year.
E. A. Pervis of Talent spent Mon
phone last Saturday to “ congratulate teone, wood alcohol, etc. The wood
day in Ashland.
the splendid weekly paper.”
Mrs. alcohol can be transform ed into
Mrs. W. C. Polk of Thirty-eight
Levett remarked, “ I am a W’. C. T. formaldehyde and the formaldehyde
Don Elhart went to Grants Pass
Granite street entertained the W. C.
U. and greatly admire your W. C. into bakelite with creosote from the
Sunday on business.
T. U. ladies at her home on Tuesday
T. U. column.” Thanks Mrs. Levett, tar.
William Mays of Anderson creek afternoon, March 8.
“ It is quite possible to produce,
we will continually strive to get
was in Ashland Monday.
wood waste alone, in combina
Mrs. Byron McClay and nephew, news and good news. The W. C. T. tion with the minerals available here
Henry Pace was over from Med Wm. McClay left southern Oregon U. deserves more favorable comment
in this district, over 4000 different
Thursday for Douglas county where than one paper can give it.
chemicals and dyes.
“ With clay, lime, sulphur, salt,
Mrs. C. W. Long of Talent wns nn they expect to locate for a time.
The Medford high school basket
Ashland shopper Monday.
The southern Oregon Older Boys’ ball team defeated Ashland here wood waste, coal, and cheap water
Saturday night, 24 to 16, in the final power and a number of other raw
E. B. Dunkin of Tnlent spent conference to be held in Ashland
April 8, 9, 10 was discussed.
The game of the southern Oregon con materials available in southern Ore
A D DE D TO
Monday in Ashland.
Hi-Y club is to hundle the re gistra ference. Medford wonall four games gon, practically all kinds of chemi
of the series. They left Wednesday cals could be m anufactured here with
Read the advertisements. You can tion of the delegates.
for Salem, where they participated advantage.
save money by so doing.
lilt of subscriber*
John Hammock and Marion Ham in the state tournament.
“ There is plenty of choice, and
L. C. Hill of Talent was in Ash mock from the Oakrest farm near game was devoid of features and plenty of opportunity, for a great
in l e u than
, Medford were visiting at the More with nothing at stake. Coach Calli- variety of merchandise to be manu
house home on Third street a few son used substitutes freely. It was factured in southern Oregon from lo
F. L. Holdridgc of Talent was
the fifth consecutive year Medford cal raw materials, and it had to be
T H E R E M U ST BE
in Ashland Friday.
won the district championship. carefully considered to be taken by
Mrs. Herman Stoakes was called
W. A. Childers of Talent was in
the Oregon Chemical company for its
to Ashland from Klamath Falls F ri
The Employed Boy’s club held its initial stage.”
Ashland for the day last Friday.
day evening by the illness of her
regular banquet Thursday night at
Mrs. Mary Cole of A
Gay Good spent M-'nday on the
the Pioneer building.
Siskiyou trouble shooting for the street.
was transacted, following the re g u
Ida Whillock Evans, treasurer of lar session, the boys spent the re
local Golden Rule store, was m ainder of the time playing hand
The Ashland Elks will hold their
annual dunce March 16. They are called to San Francisco this week on ball and boxing. The business m eet
The Eagles’ Hall, 3rd Floor, Medford Building, ►
account of the very serious illness ing was suspended on account of
now arranging for the big event.
the absence of the officers and a
of her father.
Medford is under new management on Friday nights :
Miss Dorothy Kellogg of Dunsmuir
num ber of the members on account
and is putting on a series of Friday Nite Jazz Dances. £
Members of the Fraternal Brother of illness. The members of the Em
visited former freinds in Ashland the
hood enjoyed a very pleasant even ployed club are working to fix up
first of the week.
Music by the M étropole O rchestra
ing last Thursday. After initiating the hand-ball courts a t the Pioneer
Mrs. Hnnnah Simons has been several candidates, all repaired to
Admission 10c; Dance Tickets 75c
confined to her home with illness the dining room to enjoy a sumptious hall. The courts will be completed by
next Thursday; a t th a t time plans
for some days past.
will be made for u city-wide hand
L. A. Roberts, attorney and ju s
Mrs. Emma Hylnnd went through
tice of the peace, was a professional Ashland last week enroute to her
The Union missionary prayer meet
caller in Medford Monday.
home at Elma, Washington, a fte r
ing a t the Christion church Friday,
Mrs. F. W. Shaw has been quite some days spent in San Francisco, March 4, was quite interesting and
ill for a time at her home on Eclair visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hyland helpful. Mrs. Fanny Cooper lead the
formerly lived in Ashland and sev
meeting with Mrs. Viola Sanford as
eral old time friends met her at
a t the piano. Mrs. S. D. Dore-
The Box Factory lumber yard during the month of March will make
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ditsworth of the depot as she went through.
big consessions to F arm ers and others that wish to build. The price of
Medford were among the Ashland
Common lumber will be reduced during March to $20.00 per
business visitors Friday.
thousand feet. This includes Shiplap, Rustic, Boards, fencing, plank
church will hold a social and business Mrs. Clark. Followed by a circle of
Herman and Chester Stokes of meeting a t the James Putman home prayer by the Baptist ladies, Mrs.
timbers and dimension lumber. We have a stock of half million feet
Klumath Falls were in Ashland Sun on Holly street tonight (Friday.) A. R. Wright, Mrs. t). F. Barnes Mrs
to reduce before our mill starts sawing again. This lumber is all dry
day visiting relatives.
and freshly milled. Come and get it yourself or we will deliver it for
Each member is asked to bring a H. P. Holmes and Mrs Alfred Segs-
small cartage charge. Make your order a thousand feet or more to
Oren Deter, Iris Deter, Frank
fet this $20.00 price.
Wells und Vernon Dodge were Ash
C A L1 FO R N I A- O RE G ON BOX & LUMBER CO.
land visitors Saturday night from
Mrs. M. B. Riley of High street Gaffney was the only minister brave
Box F a c t or y E a i t Main St., Phone 30
entertained at her home at dinner enough to venture out to this mis
Mrs. Ella Oxford of Allison street Thursday evening, Dr. Allen a mis sionary meeting, consequently de
has been nursing ut the Proctor sionary, who was here last week from serves some special mention. A fter
home near Talent during the past India, also Mrs. Grace Andrews the singing, the Presbyterian ladies lead
efficient teacher of the week-day in prayer as follows: Mrs. Mitchel-
Bible school of this city.
more, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Ross, Mrs.
Ritn Running and Kntherine Jnco-
This Friday evening it is a good McCoy and Mrs. H attie Boyd. Each
by of the normal spent the week-end
to go to the Washington individual prayer included and in
Remember that Franklin’s 11 r, loaf is now a full
at the Gyger home in Neil creek dis
a splendid program und tercession for some special mission
Milk Bread, the only Milk bread made in Southern
entertainm ent has been arranged for ary station or country as well ns
Oregon Electrically baked in the best equipped
A good sized crowd of Ashland the public by the Parent-Teachers general missionary interests. An o f
and cleanest shop in this part of the state
people drove to Medford Friday association of that school. It will be fering was taken for the Childrens
night to see the Medford-Ashland worth the effort and time, nnd the farm home a t Corvallis and the m eet
proceeds will go tothe fund for as ing closed by singing “ Blest be the
tie that binds,” and the Lord’s
sisting worthy children.
Mrs. I.eona II. Delese of the Ash
prayer offered in concert.
land chamber of commerce has been
Prof. Kern nnd family moved up
Dr. Allen, a medical missionary,
ill at her home with the flu for from Talent to their new home on
who spoke at the Presbyterian church
Mountain avenue this last week.
Mr. Kern recently purchased the Thursday night gave a very interest
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Briggs. Mr. and
place formerly occupied by H. V. ing and helpful message. Dr. Allen
Mrs. V. D. Miller, “Shy* Pierson and
Mitchell and Prof. Kern g o e s back has grown gray in service for the
his niece, Irma Pierson, rode horse
and forth each day to Wagner creek people of India, having given 32
back to the Skyline mine Sunday.
years of her life in that field. Dr.
where he is teaching.
Allen told of how she begun her work
Medford merchants will have their
Elmer Sanderlin of Mountain in India going from house to house
Spring Opening and Style show all
avenue left here for Coos county treating the sick with medicine fun-
over town on March 17. Evidently
Saturday where he goes to look a fte r nished by her self for the first year
"green" will be the prevailing color.
The Sanderlin then later she came back to Ameri
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. C. Stevens have family are living on the C. W. F ra ca and raised the funds for the j
Engineered t o lowest operation and
returned from San Francisco where ley place this winter while Mr. and hospital of which she is in charge .
Mr. Stevens has been in the S. P.
in India at present. She told of the
hospital for some time.
lack of knowledge among the peoples j
Every year the week of March 13 of India, very few of either men or
The East Side Phurmacy has pre-
Entirely new appearance
celebrated as Birthday Week by women being able to read, women
|utred for hot days with a new sub
especially are considered of little
stantial und attractive awning around Camp Fire girls and this year the
preservation of trees will be stressed value, a cow receiving more honor
their display windows.
W ill do an e ..y 50 mile, an hour all
during that week. Ashland camp fire than a woman. To keep clean and
W. D. Jackson of the Palace girls have made interesting plans and | sanitary is a thing unknown in India
l.unch is enlarging the room and have appointed committees to plan a until the missionary brings this light
making valuable improvements to tree contest, nnd a tree ceremonial into the native home. The child wid- ;
meeting. Every girl and every group ow is especially ill-treated being an
Priced within the reach of »||
out cast from home and society be
Mrs. Stoakes of Klamath Falls was in Ashland will try to earn the Na cause her husband has died. All the
in Ashland this week with her tional tree birthday honors.
blame of his death is placed on her
grandmother. Mrs. Cole, who has
Phone 46 for demon,tration or call , t
John Martin Canse, president of and she has to finish her life with
been seriously ill for some time.
the Kimball School of Theology at only one meal a day. and is allowed
Ranches part cash, balance 34 Salem. Oregon, spoke at the Metho no jewelry. The India people prixe
No friends or
years at 5 ^ per cent. House« and dist Episcopal church in Ashland jewelry very much.
ranches for rent. F. L. Nutter. 240
Back of Lithia Springs Hotel
H. F. Pemberton, who formerly was said that some of the India people
Mrs Ethel McIntosh came up the pastor of the Methodlat chu
because of their contact with Christ
ian two pie seemed to be gelling
from Douglas «aunty Saturday and in Salem und a member of the fai
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