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About Ashland American. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-1927 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1927)
♦ I Mr. and Mrs. Barsow of Washing-
I ton have rented and are living on
■ the E. O. M athney ranch, form erly
! known as the W eyrieh place.
Barsow and hi« bro th er have also
ren ted w Be alfalfa land owned by
ception in th e ir beautiful country Mr. D e a u n in Valley View,
home, which has ju st been completed ,
A large num ber of guests were pres-
Mr. and Mrs. Jam es Lennox and
ent and report n very pleasant even- son, Keith, were dinner guests last
Light refreshm ent were served Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Car
^ l jle
te r o f Ashland.
Mr*. Dor* Payne and Mr*. Nellie
Madden of Ashland called on Mr*
Marion T ry er last Friday.
Mr. and H r* R. R. Foster are re-
modeling th eir home on Gibson Ave.
Mrs. Acel Beckwith received word
th a t her brot her Oscar Escue, died in
the hospital n San Francisco, March
26. He was in the U. S. arm y and
would have been released in sixteen
days a fte r which he had planned to
come to T alent and visit his sister.
Mrs. Thomas Ia m b
asthm a this week.
Mrs. C. W- Hackler
Falls, who visited her
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. L.
Tuesday night, returned
Falls W ednesday.
Mrs. Opal Demmer motored to
Klamath Falls and retu rn Sunday,
where she visited her sister, Mrs.
Maude P orter.
Mrs. Golden of Medford was t
visitor in the grade school last Mon
tusaell Bishop of Pro*pcet spent
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Brown of Wash
S aturday night and Sunday with his
wife and little son, who are staying ington visited Mr. and Mrs. John Ar
this w inter with Mr. Bishop's par j nold last Tuesday.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bishop
in Valley View.
Mrs. Ralph Marks of Jacksonville
was also a guest at the Arnold home
As soon as the warmer, m ore set
tled w eather comes, Mr*. Bishop will
Those from Valley View who a t
join her husband at prospect.
tended the district m eeting of the
E astern S ta r in Ashland on Tuesday-
Last Sunday the Christian Endeav
night were Mrs. W. A. S tratto n , Mrs,
or o f the Congregational church of
H arry Roe, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Jack-
Ashland spent the afternoon at the
son and Mr. and Mrs. Jam es Lennox
G. W. Nichols ranch, gathering wild
flowers, and afterw ards, enjoyed a
supper, very kindly prepared by Mrs.
Ashland the first city in Oregon, on
the paved Pacific highway, ju st 22
miles from the California line, has
L. H. Gallatin and J. R. McCrack many attractiv e features th a t are not
en spent S aturday afternoon in Med found in many other cities. Lithia
ford atten d in g a board m eeting of r a r k astonishes and delights the vis
itor and proves a source of re st and
the P oultry Producers association.
comfort to the weary. Mineral springs
of a variety and quality rare indeed
Mr. and Mrs. William Glenn were bring relief to many and a clim ate of
equability and rareness satisfies the
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. year around. A city of 0000 people,
Davenhill last Sunday.
State Normal, pretty homes, business
C ounty School Superintendent,
Mr*. Suaanne Homes C arter of Jac k
sonville, visited the T alent schools
Mrs. H. R. W esterberg of Talent
Thursday o f last week and reports a
has been quite ill and is staying a
few days with her m other, Mrs. G.
A. T. Edmonson, who is workin W. Nichols.
in Salem, arrived in T alent last Sun
Mr. and Mrs. L ester M erriman and
day for a visit with his family.
children of M edford, spent Sunday
Among the business visitors in afternoon visting Mr. and Mrs. J.
Medford last S aturday were Mr. and R. McCracken.
Mrs. K. T. Newbry, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. W. F. DeFord went to Sams
I. C. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. E verett
Beeson and Mr. and Mr*. Fred Rapp. Valley on Tuesday and brought back
several hundred baby chicks.
A le tte r has been received from
Miss Geneva Shattuck, form erly a
Mr. and Mrs. Davenhill went to
student a t the T alent high, stating
Medford Monday afternoon on a
she is attend ing ^ business college business trip.
Word has been received from Mrs.
T. M. H urnbaugh of Chiloguin,
stating th at she has been quite ill
with tonsilitis and throat trouble for
the past two weeks.
M rs Geo. C arter was confined
to her home the first of the week
with flu and unable to atten d to her
teaching duties in Medford.
At a m eeting of the school board
last Monday evening Leslie P. Miller
of Yoncalla, Dougla* county, was
elected principal of the T alent school
for next year and his wife was elect
ed to a teaching position in the 5th
and 6th grades.
Mr. Byers of Ashland was a busi
ness visitor in Talent last Monday
Geo. Irwin of Ashland has bought
a ten acre tract near the E. P. Hughe
ranch south of Talent on the Pacific
highway und is erecting a new house.
R. N. Chaney has had a bad a t
tack of flu but is much b etter and
able to be out again.
The following program was given
at the school house ¡*>1 Friday even
ing a t the “ Freshm an Frolic” and was
much enjoyed and praised by the
large num ber p resent: “The much
afflicted choir,” "Sally and Si at
the circus,” reading by Mias Genoway
song “ Fussy Old Maids,” “ Zekiel
pop* the question,” “ The b etter
half* worse half,” “ tum bling stunts
by the Breese sister* and a play "A
case o f suspension."
A lbert Arnold, who has been suf- ! I
S. Hackler ' ferin g badly with sciatica rheum a
to Klamath tism fo r the last two months, is re
ported to be improving a little.
Mrs. Roy Estes retu rn ed home last
S atuiday evening from San F ran
cisco where she has been in the S.
F. hospital fo r several weeks.
(do you keep yo u r
Every home has one
W hatever it is, it’s lurking som ewhere ab o u t th e house—
in the dark.
SW IT C H ON T H E L IG H T S 1
The California Oregon
Electricity is the cheapest service
you can buy
2nd Floor Medford
Keep enough lights going th ro u g h o u t th e house to m ake
a every p art of it quick of access— and »afe!
Light rooms— lig h ti halls— light stairw ays
never harbor these dangers to carefu l
grownups and ru n n in g children.
O ffic e s:
Medford, O regon
Sat. Social, 75c
Grant* Pa**, O regon
S P E C IA L IS T
in Internal Medicine for the
past f if t e e n year*
, Klamath Fall*, O regon
Yreka, C alifornia
Duntm uir, C alifornia
IN PR O G R ESS
D IC K E Y ’S O R C H E S T R A
D O ES
Sometim es it’s the chair by th e telephone; som etim es a kitchen
stool, or an unsuspected plaything th e youngsters
have left in th e hall.
C om ing to
N OT O P E R A T E
Will be at
H O L L A N D Hotel
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^ f f i c e Hours:
10 a. m . to 4 p. m.
O N E D A Y ON LY
Ice Cream As We Serve It
N o charge for con su ltation
Heath’s Confectionery and Grocery
Bill Davison is building a fruit
Dr. M ellcnthin is a regular grad u
stand on the highway where he will ate in medicine and surgery and is
sell gladioli and melons this com licensed by the state of Oregon. He
doe* not operate for chronic appen
dicitis, gall stones, ulcers of stomach,
tonsils or adenoid*
A “ Deep Sea” ’ party will he given
ell has to his credit wonderful re
at the school house this Friday even
ing April H when the losers of the sults in diseases of the stor.iach,
liver, bowels, blood, skin, nerves,
"C ountry G entlem an'” contest will heart, kidney, bladder, bed wetting,
entertain the winners.
catarrh, weak lungs, rheoum atism ,
sciatica, leg ulcers tn d rectal ail
Athletic letters were aw arded last m ent*
Friday m orning in high school.
Below are the nam es of a few of
his many satisfied patients in Oregon
J. W. Wilson, who has been in who have been treated for one of the
• rescent City and point* in W ash above named causes:
ington and Idaho for the past two
B. G. Clark. T routlake, Wash.
years, returned to Talent Saturday.
J. A. W ibert, Albany.
Mr* Yaquina MeClay, Reedsport.
A special m eeting of the Talent
Slm er Booker, Condon.
Mr* O. G arrison, W arren.
health unit was held at Mr*. Jam es
Mr* 1« D. Hearn. St. Jo hn*
Bannister* last Tuesday afternoon,
Mrs. F lii Yoller, Astoria.
when plan* were discussed for a so
Mr*. R. Gustaviaon. W estport.
cial clinic to be held April 12 and
Mr* W B. Henslee, M arshfield.
13. Mrs. Noblit of Medford, county
Remember above date, th at con
nwrse, was present and outlined plan* sultation on thia trip will be free and
for sum m er and fall.
that hit treatm ent is d iffe re n t
N e w Equipment, N ew Stock
Candies, Fountain, Cigars
Tuesday, April 12
A F re e T reat to each child under IS year* old wh„
F * t u .
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Each child to p r e i e a t hit or her nam e on a olip o f paper.
In the P. M. from 12 :3 0 to 4 O'clock, w e will have a
• , o r * b e tw e e n 8 :3 0 a n d
treat for e v e ry
12 O 'c lo c k
Man and W om an.
Heath s Confectionery and Grocery
2 7 5 Ea«t Main
NEXT DORR TO ELKS TEMPLE '•
Married women m ust be accom
Mr. and Mr*. Earl T. Newbry were panied
by their husband*
" a t hom e" to their friends last Tues
Address: 111 Bradbury Bldg., Los
day evening, when they gave a p»>-
New Business for Ashland
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