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Bible school 9:45, W irt M. W right, | THE FRAGRANCE
Societies, p arties, clubs any m at su p erin ten d en t.
te r of news is alw ays ap p reciated Hays, S u p erin ten d en t.
by The A m erican. We wish th e house
In term ed iate C. E. 6:30.
W estm inister Guild, 6:30.
parties would send in p artic u la rs and
Senior C hristian E ndeavor 6:30.
the various society and club affairs,
Mid-week service, W ednseday, at
C harles Simon
rep o rted
7 :00 o ’clock.
C harles Broili is w orking fo r a please send it in.
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C alifornia firm , buying dairy cows.
the advertisem ents.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
They shipped a ca r load last F riday
C. B. H anley and w ife, who live and are buying more to ship within
NOTICE IS HEREBY GI EN that
east of Ashland w ere doing business the next th ree weeks.
th e undersigned has been duly a p
in town S aturday.
pointed A d m in istrato r o f the E state
o f Mary Cole, deceased, and all p er
To Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bussie on sons having claim s ag ain st said es
Mrs. H. B. Holm es of N orth Main
was calling on friends on B stree t ers to the Am erican yesterday was March 2, a seven-pound boy. Mrs. ta te are req u ired to presen t them ,
Mrs. W. R. Davis o f Allison stree t, Bussie is stay in g a t p resen t w ith duly verified, and with proper
Monday a fte rn o o n .
vouchers within six m onths from this
who called personally and com pli
h er p aren ts, Mr. and Mrs. F ran k date to L. A. R oberts. A ttorney for
Mr. L asure and fam ily o f A stree t m ented the force on th e paper.
Crowson o f E ighth street.
said E state, a t his o ffice over the
have moved out n ea r the overhead
Citizens B ank of Ashland, Ashland,
New Am erican subscribers l^eop
bridge w here they will reside.
com ing in every day in the week. The
D ated M arch 11, 1927.
paper has the best quality circu la
M ajor C a rto r o f A stre e t, who has tion of any weekly in th e county. Ad
HERM AN F. STOAKS,
been sick the p ast week, is able to vertisers get a ra te in proportion to
A dm inistrator You will find a com plete line of the
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be out again.
the circulation and ad v ertisers e a rn
w onderful D uB arry to ilet (foods, a
estly invited to en ter.
H enry George Gilmore passed
The m any frien d s of Mrs. C ath er
llu d n u t product, here.
ine- M orrison w ere glad to see her
Mrs. K atherine M orrison was able
out to church Sunday.
frag ran ce and delicate
to atten d the social circle W ednes
grain insures lnsting
Mrs. M ary Lewis on T hird stre e t day. All th e ladies enjoyed having for the g re a te r p a rt of the w inter.
the sm oothness
is much im proved from a siege of her with them again.
He was taken suddenly worse th ree FOR SALE— 145 W hite Leghorn of the skin. In its harm onious cerise
laying pullets, also 25 W hite Leg
The Royal N eighbors will give an days previous and gradually grew horn laying hens, com ing 2 yr. old. and silver box, it is reom m ended by
w eaker to the end.
R ichard H udnut as the u ltim ate de
The F uller B rush man fropi G rants old-tim e basketsocial and dance a t
E lb ert G. Davis, R oute 1, Box 194 velopm ent in powder p erfec tio n ; in
Pass was doing business on o u r stre e t the Moose hall, M arch 18. Everyone
Mrs. E tta Spencer.
FOR SALE— And a sure bargain, white, b ru n ette, rose or n atu ral.
is invited. Ladies b rin g your well
5 room m odern house, furnished, EAST SIDE PHARMACY
filled baskets, they will be sold to
M esdames F rench, Quigley and the highest bidders. A good tim e is A. Spencer, died T uesday a t h er can be arran g e d fo r 2 o pts; garage
Bushnell m otored to M edford T ues gu aran teed to all.
home in Copco, C alifornia. The re and chicken house; lot 70x148, lo
day on a shopping tour.
mains were bro u g h t to Ashland, her cated handy to 3 schools.
An event of unusal in tere st in form er home fo r burial, and the $1200. Brown & Rice, 63 E. Main.
Mr. and Mrs. R obert Gordon of m usical circles is
concert funeral was held T hursday a f te r
G rants Pass sp en t Sunday in Ashland scheduled fo r the U niversity of O re
FOR SA LE— Good- house and 2
as guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. K. gon stringed q u a rte tte , which will noon from the Dodge un d ertak in g
acres. A real snap. F. L. N u tter,
Barnes in th e Bellview district.
240 East Muin.
ap p ear a t the southern Oregon nor- parlors.
al on the evening of M arch 15. The
ON CRATER Lake highway, in city
Mrs. Lizzie Stokes of K lam ath q u a rte tte is led by Rev Underwood,
M n . Mary Cole.
limits, and on Rogue River, the
Falls is here carin g fo r h er husband’s a recognized m aster of the violin.
Mrs. M ary Cole, 79, who has been home of th e Steelhead. Two acres,
grandm other, Mrs. Cole of A stree t, Dean Landsbury of the university
school of music will be the soloist of seriously ill fo r some tim e, passed fine black soil, five room house, fire
who is still quite sick.
aw ay a t h er home A stre e t, W ednes place, bath, electricity. Spring, city
P len ty fru it and
day m orning. She has been an A sh and well w ater,
Among the shoppers from Bellview
A dual debate betw een the south land resident fo r tw en ty years. The shade trees. Also hn» 30*30 concrete
d istrict, who w ere intow n S aturday
tank, 6-ft. deep, fed from spring, an
were E. E. Gall, E. B. Shaw and ern Oregon norm al school and the
M onmouth norm al school will take funeral services w ere held T hursr ideal place to keep tro u t or use as
$2250 buys this
place on Monday evening. A nega day aftern o o n a t the C hristian swimming tank.
ddress P. O. Box
church and the rem ains shipped »to
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. K erns and
522, Gold Hill, Or.
fam ily of T ale n t moved to Ashland m an and W arren K irkpatrick will A lbany fo r in term en t in the fam ily
recently and are occupying a resi
FOR SALE— E x tra choice Rhode Is
norm al auditorium , while an o th er lot.
dence on M ountain avenue.
land settin g eggs, $1.00 per 15.
team com orised of W arren Doremus
and John Galey will uphold the a f
Mrs. F. W. Shaw of Roca stree t, firm ative side of the question a t
who has been seriously ill fo r some M onmouth. C onsiderable in tere st is
AT THE CHURCHES I HOUSE with toilet, bath, and elec
tim e with the flu, is re p o rted to be shown in the event, as it is the first
tric lights, two lots; all kinds of
som ew hat im proved.
debate held a t the southern Normal
fru it and b erries to tra d e fo r small
place n ear C entral P oint or Ashland.
TRINITY EPISCO PA L CHURCH
Mrs. C. A. G ray of Iowa stre e t
The Social circle enjoyed a very
Vwcar, the Rev. P. K. Hammond .. 163 A uburn St., Ashland.
is a p a tie n t at th e Com m unity hos
Holy com m union a t 8 a. m.
pital, w here she underw ent an o p era
W ANTED— T o buy fresh cows and
Sunday school a t 9:45 a. m.
in the church parlors 'o f the C hrist
tion d u rin g the p ast week.
springers. C harles Broili, 448 Hel-
M orning service and serm on a t 11.
ian church. It was decided to, in the
A h elp fu l service. man st. Phone ^07R.
Mrs. Ollie M cIntosh of W olf creek near, fu tu re , give an en tertain m e n t Everyone cordially invited.
was in Ashland visiting relatives, with a good program and re fre sh
Sunday and Monday, re tu rn in g home
FULL GOSPEL TEM PLE
m ents and each lady of the social
Tuesday m orning.
J. E. Murphy, Pastor
circle gives a dollar to apply on the
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Mrs. S.
Mrs. John E nders and daughter, social circle fund and tell how she
F. Foster, sup erintendent.
Shirley, re tu rn e d T uesday from a earned the dollar. Time is to be a n
M orning worship 11 a. m.
two weeks visit with her p aren ts in nounced by com m ittee in charge, Mrs.
Young peoples m eeting 6:3.0 T ru st
Nell Dunn, Mrs. Jam es Duncan and
K lam ath Falls.
all the young folks will realize the
Mrs. C. O. Holm an. M eeting was a d
im portance of atten d in g these m eet
4 -7 4 -
6 2 4 RIVERSIDE S T
Mrs. Sim ons of South P ioneer journed to m eet again M arch 23rd.
stre e t had a stroke of paralysis a
E vening worship, 7 :30.
short tim e ago and she is still quite
F aculty m em bers of the southern
E very W ednesday in each week
Oregon state norm al and wives had
a m ost unique and jolly din n er party p ra y e r m eeting.
Miss W ilma Sheley of C entral on S aturday evening a t We-Ask-U-
If you are looking for a real home
Point, an A shland norm al stu d en t, Inn n ear G rants Pass. T here were like church, a tten d these services and
has been a t home th is w e rl on ac about 30 p resen t to enjoy the a f you will be convinced th a t th ere la
fair, which had been planned as an
count o f sickness.
incongruous party. Miss Eva W hite a genuine welcome.
won the prize fo r the m ost incon-
S tirrin g singing and gospel preach
L atest new s to arriv e in the grous com bination am ong the women ing.
U nited S ta tes from the earth q u ak e won first honors am ong the men.
in J a p a n the firs t of the week, now The com m ittee th a t hn dcnarge of the
puts the list of killed a t 2,800 people plans were V. V. Caldwell, Miss C lara
Myron S. Woodworth, P astor
T ro tte r Miss Edith Bork, Mrs. A r
S abbath school, 9:45.
A PROGRAM TO SUIT THE T A ST E . OF ALL
Mrs. F red P enniston of B stree t, th u r T aylor and Mrs. M argaret O.
P reaching, 11:00.
who has been visiting h er parents, Cason. The evening was devoted to
B. Y. P. U., 6:30.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crosley o f Neil cards and dancin
opic: “ T aking th e C urse o u t of
Creek, the p ast two weeks, re tu rn ed
SENIORS TO P R ES EN T MUSICAL m oney.”
COMEDY “ CHERRY BLOSSOM”
If you think money doesn’t talk,
Mr. and Mrs. F ra n k W right of
come and listen to a dialogue by
Klam ath F alls have moved to Keno
Buck Jones in his best and very latest picture. I t ’s a W estern scene
The Senior high school students some dollar bills next Sunday even
to reside w here Mr. W right has em
— full of pep and thrills
ploym ent. Mrs. W right was form erly
Miss Opal H arvey of this city.
o p eretta “ Miss C herry
Preaching, 7 :30.
the school will present on Thursday
A nother study of Revelation. This
Mrs. Karl Rose of K lam ath Falls, night, March 17.. Seventy-five stu will be based on th e 13th ch a p te r
who was so seriously h u rt from a
fall last week, is re p o rted b etter. dents will form the elaborate chorus which deals with the anti-C hrist.
Mr. and Mrs. Rose a re fo rm er re si in addition to those chosen fo r the
dents o f this city.
regular cast. H orace Dunn takes the M ETHODIST EPISCO PAL CHURCH
b u t prom ises to bo thoroughly ngreenhle to husbands. M arie Pro
North Main and Laurel St».
part of Kokemo, while Ronald Gan-
H. F. Pemberton, Pastor.
E. F. Sm ith, who has lived in Ash dee as Togo tak es the p art o f a con
vost, A m erica’s d ram atic screen cpm edienre tak es you through the
M orning worship a t 11 o’clock.
land a long tim e and likes it b e tte r
best of her pictures. You will not w ant to miss this.
than ever, was in th is week to o rd er
the A m erican sent a y ear to a re la cipal characters are John R uger and P ra y e rs."
Evening worship at 7:50. S u b ject:
tive in C alifornia.
Eunice Hager. John plays the part
“ No Man Liveth Unto Him self. ’
o f a New York visitor much in love
S unday school a t 9:45.
A rth u r A ndrew s o f Corvallis, who
has been visiting recen tly with his with C herry Blossom, the daughter school for everybody.
Ju n io r League a t 4. C hildren from
paren ts, Mr. and Mrs. A aron Andrew of Kokemo. The p a rt of the daugh
8 to 14 welcome.
of Fairview stre e t, has re tu rn ed to te r is taken by Eunice H ager.
Epw orth League at 6:15. Young
This is pronounced fa r superior to “ The Sheik” and it is n o t only
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people’s m eeting full o f in tere st and
Rudolph V alentino’s last picture, but his best p ictu re— and will be
Charles Lloyd, autom obile sales enthusiasm .
Alex Noble, who has recently un
shown here a t re g u la r prices. It may be your last view of a
dergone an operation fo r appendicitis man from M edford, was arrested in
You are cordially invited to at- !
Rudolph V alentino production.
a t th e C om m unity hospital, is im a local re sta u ra n t Tuesday in com tend all these m eetings. You will he j
S tran g ers and i
proving and will be able to go home pany of three M edford ladies, fo r heartily welcomed.
drunkenness and disorder by Chief visitors especially welcome.
in a few days.
of Police McNabb.
Sunday M arch 13 a t the
>n the Ashland police court and was FIRST
“ With Illuminated B u llc ti-”
services at the C hristian church. Miss fined $10.00 and costs of $2.50
Sunday m orning 11 o ’clock, “ The
In the evening
with Tom Mix and his w onder horse. The p icture is as good as it
M artha S penker will sing fo r the by Police Judge Baughm an.
A deserted still made out of two worship, 7:30 th e su b ject will he
"T he U nreasonableness of C h ristian
wash boilers and a tin *ea kettle ity.” In terestin g auestions will be
E. E. Phelps, who lives on route was found near Keene creek, and ankwered in the Introduction o f the
Each day's shewing is proseedod by our exceptional good comedy
two was a pleasant caller W ednesday was b rought into the local police service. The special music at the
and joined the f.rmy o f m any new
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subscribers fo r the hom e w ee' *
und chief of Pnl„* McNnhh.
'Imogen* W»1l»ec, organist.
WERE N O T SAT/SFfEO U N LESS YOU ARE
V 1 N 1 N C,
S A T U R D A Y , M A R C H 12
“W HISPER IN G SAG E”
S U N D A Y . M AR C H 13
“FOR W IVES O N L Y ”
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MON.. TU E S -. W E D . M A R C H 14- 15< 16
‘‘THE SON O F TH E S H E IK ”
T H U R S D A Y fit F R ID A Y . M A R C H >7. 10
“TH E C AN YO N
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LIG H T ”