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About Ashland American. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-1927 | View This Issue
'Merely Many Minor Matters j
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T H E QUIF.T VOICE OF
Mr. and Mrs. Sam J radn re
COMFORT AND SERVICE
tu rn ed Monday night from a com
bined business and pleasure trip to
This year the Bell Telephone
system will spend $:U)5.000.0(I0 for
im provem ents; enough to
A splendid continued story, “ The build the Panam a Canal, or to run
Leading Lady" -tarts ir. this issue another R evolutionary war, or to
of The American. You’ll find the repay alm o st all the nation has paid
first chapters n another page.
for all Indian lands and relief in
the past 150 years.
N'ot only Ashland people, but
It will close the y ear with some
those living in A-bland trad e te rri thing like 18,000,000 phones in use
tory read the Ashland American. It and with a gross saving of billions
is th eir paper.
Ask those on the of miles of travel, millions of years
rural routes, weigh the papers we of time saved, an infinite gain in
mail with any g u n g through the health, com fort, joy, business e ffi
And all the ciency. The plant investm ent this
homes in the Talent and th at te rri year will be alm ost $2.40 per capita
Have you anything to tell or almost a cent a day for every
eh * » ?
person in the United States.
The telephone is the long arm and
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. P erry of the quiet voice of com fort and ser
Myrtle Creek, visited this week with vice.
his sister, Ada Peery of 24*5 First
street. They were on th eir way to
SILENTLY PA SSIN G |
message was read from Mrs. Ann
Russell, o ur oldest member of the
Ashland W. C. T. U. Mrs. Etta Row.
land conducted a quiz from Union
Signal. All questions answered by
m ebers o f th e union.
The P resbyterian church are p u t
— Seeder, cultivator, garden tools
and garden hose at Peil’s Corner. 1-2
week. Last week there was a splen
Vernon H ooper from Dead In
FOR SA L E — Best registered Jer
dian was in town one day last r/eek. Ashland Presbyterian church and
sey h e ife r in Jackson county. R
the week before an E aster picture.
R. S an fo rd , 31*9 Beach St, Ashland,
Mr. and Mrs. M anning of Talent
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Schmeerer
were in Ashland Monday on business
are spending the week in Ashland
F o r sale— Six room plastered
house in R. R. Add. About $(100 down
Merle Bradley o f T alent was in visiting with Mrs. C. M. Miles. They
bal. $2(5 a m onth, includes interest
are enroute to their home in Cedar
Ashland on business Monday.
about one acre. Also 7-r. 1 story
Springs, Mich., a fte r spending the
bungalow , w ell-built, scenic location;
John H essler o f M ountain avenue w inter m onths at Whitier. Cal.
good lo t; fru it, price $2300; $300
or m ore down, $25 a month with 6
was on the sick list a few days last
per cen t int. See Yockey & Co. 50tf
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dunlap in.;
ON C RA TER Lake highway, in city
family of Eugene. Or., and Mr. and
lim its, and on Rogue River, the
This afternoon (F rid ay ) the Pres Mrs. Roila Berry anil family of
home o f th e Steelhead. Two acres,
byterian Aid Society m eets a t the Klamath Falls are spending several
fine black soil, five room house, fire
days in this ity visiting it the home
place, bath, electricity. Spring, city
of Mrs. Dunlap and Mrs. Berry's
and well w ater.
Plenty fruit and
Oscar Adams went to Crescent 0 ----------------------------------------------
Otis O. Helman.
— Harness and all parts for dres- father, Richurd Posey Campbell.
Lake this week.
Otis O. Helman, aged 58 years, tank, 5-ft. deep, fed from spring, an
sing up your horse a t Peil’s Corn
died on Tuesday m orning at his ideal place to keep tro u t or use as
Among the guests a t the Lithiu
$2250 buys this
home on Laurel street, following an swim m ing tank.
place if sold soon. Address P. 0. Box
Springs hotel Sunday were : L. B.
The T rue Blue Sunday school
Mrs. W. B. Jones and two daugh Larson of Eugene; W. D a n . also of clu.ss of the Full Gospel church en- illness which has lasted fo r the past 522, Gold Hill, Or.
ters were Ashland visitors Monday Eugene; Raymond Brown. Portland; juyed a splendid evening and party two months. Mr. Helman was born W A N TED — To buy fresh cows and
and raised in Ashland and had spent
H. L. Geary. Poi tland ; Mrs. C. F. a t Rev. Murphy's home Tuesday
springers. C harles Broili, 448 Hel
nearly all of his life in this city.
Kremier, four hildren und nurse uf night.
man st. Phone 407R.
The deceased is survived by a
Mrs. Anna Grubb of Mountain Denver. Colorado.
Mr. Watkins, accompanied by Mr.
wife, one son and four brothers and M attresses renovated and recovered.
avenue is able to be ou t again a fte r
ind Mrs. Wm. PatriclC and Revf
many weeks of illness.
We save you h alf the price of a
The basket dinner at the Christian Pem berton, drove to Portland this
F uneral services were held from , new m attress. New mattresses made
church Sunday was quite well at week, stopping to visit at Eugene
Stock’s undertaking parlors T hurs to your order. H air and floss mattreb-
Social Circle of the Christian
tended. There was a business -tes- ind Corvallis.
day afternoon at 2:30 P. M. and es o u r specialty. We call and deliver
church m et on W ednesday a f te r
Little Miss Katherine Wells, who
■uon of the church during the
were conducted b ythe E lk’s lodge M edford M attress Co.,
noon a t the church parlors.
iftem oon. C. (I. McAllister, the new f irm eriy lived n Ashland with her
of which the deceased had been a G rape S t., M edford, Oregon, Phone
I •huirmun if 'h e bourn if church of- larents. but now of Trail, was
faithful m em ber for many years.
Fred Fisher of Fillmore. Cal., and
wriouaiy burned one 'm orning this
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Rihard C. Shisler o f Upland. Cal.,
week and at this w riting reports
B eautiful F lu ff Rugs made from
W. C. T. U. Meet Tuesday
were in Ashland on business ¡Monday
Mr. inn Mr?. Ray’ Davis >f Marsh •nme in th at the burns may prove
worn o u t carpets. We call and de
The Ashland W. C. T .U. m et a t
'a ta l. The little girl was standing
liver. M edford Rug Co., Phone 510-M
Miss Bessie Booth of Dunsmmr. field im v ed n titillimi 'his week
n front of the fireplace when her
spent a short tim e in Ashiund Mon to .pend a few lays visiting with
street on Tuesday afternoon, April M edford, O regon.
Mr. Davis' um ther unci 'Wife. Mr.
day on business.
28th and had a delightful social
Rug cleaning by the latest sham
und Mr?. C. K. Davis on Union
time together, including a business
GIANTS OF AUTHORITY ON
Tom P ray ter of T alent was in
INCOME TAX meeting. Dainty refreshm ents were We call and deliver. Medford Rug
Ashland Monday attending to msi-
served by the hostesses, Mrs. W alk
Co.. Phone 510-M. Medford Ore 48tf
A.shlond ¡ h to soon be honored er, assisted by her daughter, Helen.
Those present were Mesdames B art
i J. 'Thanev of i-lugrne. Or., s vith table aika and short-cut argu-
Mr. and Mrs. F. W E. Smith of
Talent were in Ashland for i shurt spending a few lav? n tem am i vtsit- nenta pro and con on the much Jillson, E tta Rowland, F. H. W alk House with toilet, hath and electric
lights, two lots, all kinds of fruit
ng n th 'rtemi* mil !ooking a fte r fumed. Missed and discussed Income
time Monday shopping.
er. H. L. Moore. Will Davis, F. H. and berries to trad e for small ranch
b> no ness it fair?. Mr. Chaney, who ax question.
•«•win o f city. 163 Auburn Street,
Hon. C. C. Chapman (The Chap- Crowson.
O. C. W right of Portland tpnke •nrm ertr »as ascor >f he locai
nciuiiing the Mrs. C., will Howard and Misses Helen W alker
at the Ashiund Baptist chuirh la n JethoirMt hnsce pai nu J r ft. j low nan
FOR R EN T— HOUSES
and May Benedict.
da y morning tu a well illed joiiw. u itrtet unerm t«naent î i » oiith- u m h tnth ae V.shiand cham ber o f
•ommerre in May 'J.
i recen inerte c.
FOR REN T— Kenyon ranch, fi miles
by Miss Helen W alker; reading by
A shland, one-third crop.
C. G. Benedict, «*n if i*. >V Rem
lasci haver, who s tue rin g -n •t )rr-t»r>n uui Mr?. Patterson will Mrs Lulu Howard, “ Over the Radio” W rite ow ner. L. E. Winkler, 6046
diet of Moiintuin iveniie vns nar-
encore, “ The Evils of C igarettes," T rc n o r s t.. Qnfclond, Calif.
1*5« union. -'«a a ciwn 'ur.aav w n th is 'h e week following,
ned n V ineoover. V nm ngton. r-
A hick town is where mother still
i ¡K enianer .t nurrr.. Ilia .riav-
r • American editor, through read from clippings. “ N ear Goshen
c e n tly .
m akes her own mayonnaise and re
• r eoa ino
« tim a r
i g m?idencr* n northern Or**g*)n Hollow” and “ Guilty or N'ot G uilty” fuses to have “any of that readv-
i inner erven
A J. FL ap p M n to he personally
(and by Mr*. Mary W illshire; A splendid made tru c k ” on her table.
The ting’ll* River Jim m -n ai orno
Itu rd iin 'i irtfcnnr .it :s > me n • ticailv. friendly with both of
ciunon met a Cenim i ’vins. VfCrflw '
: tre e t annatr,
he liitingTmned ;iar?u*s and on be-
day of 'hi* Weeg, le r e r r : d H l a u l
a JI >f ill Auhlanders. displays the
m in is te r? w e re tm s e m .
I rifili vs Eiurlingame. ía ta r tt-r >f :*uni vr-ienme ugns at the city
TH IS FRID AY N IG H T
— Lawn no".
! tree t. left KYtdar nigf.t or nano
juitm i, $1.25. r m i n n t
\trn . ''.ill
lYdla. Ida.. »rere -he -Xpert» 'o tick .re term anent fixtures a t all
fur and M b w M rr>m horv :5e.
nend a month vtsiting vtth ¡er •ati* Id ito n al ussociation meetings
i. Ja in .
inter. Mr*. I» B. Umir.arn.
Miss .t. ■ 'with Mrs. Chapmun. are the
lluriincanie ¡a* een « W jt m it
¡ir.e ind predom inant fixtures
Veda Hunev *f he Community
he ln »x* cafe >no confertior.*-rv.
•i h<- .'.runlets, the discussions and
husnitai <tatf. nade * ninne?* rtr
• . *t he lances and frolics. C. C.
to P ortland «ime lay* -into o ro-
W *> ■vrimen
at the B ellview com m unity house this Friday nignt,
s ed ito r o f th e Oregon
mnin 'or «ime ime.
held a urgir lasa o í member? for
29, the hom e talent entertainm ent “The
veil :ia a good cing leillier
Treasure Farm.” will be given. T he play is being
ver >f i-lams ;it a beach camp
V V Ffawic o V iiker n e n n e
ie rr S aturday night. Degree team s ire. le incem ly and reverantly ob-
who iim men il * >r many week* •
sponsored by Clara Huck, teacher of the Soda
reportad im proving but riot suffi- m m Medford. Klam ath Full*. Mer- ec's. as always objected and al-
Springs school, and the proceeds w ill be used for
rti. Vsfilanii were -.imsent is well us vm vii| object to a -itate income
ciently weil to to nut 't*t.
p ay ground equipm ent. F ollow in g is the program:
delegate* m m ilm n ts Pass. <Vn- ax aw. The strong and victorious
tm l Ptnnt. Medford und Lakeviow. ■ppo-otion to the law. owes its past
lum e of 'h e old people :it the
‘■tot-.- o Mr. Chnpmnn and hV
B arber ennve lese ent home
.wort* Tlte Akhland lodge is composed of
R obert H am ilton, a son o f the soil ................................E lm er Ilopkin*
müde bnppy iaat weck hv t iii'i* box
o< aome made candy «*nt by Mr. and
On last S aturday. April 23. u
H arold H am ilton, who has the capacity fo r g e ttin g into •
; ••• p __
Ion. I. L. P atterson, besides be-
Mrs. Oscar Cnuper o f Eugene.
num ber <f undents o f the southern ng t ' -m o r ¡if o u r commonwealth.
Mr and Mr*. Roy Boaitty naoved Oregon Normal school planned a • a native O regonian, a man much
F aith Ham ilton, th eir true-blue sister .................................Ada P *’*108
last, week tu Klumarh Full*, whero donine u rp n se when Mr. unit Mr?. iilmired mil generally known by a
Mr H isiey was trän st.trred >y the R. C. Goodman a iri resi home fmm na (O-itv >f all Oregonians. We are
Dulane. a choru* girl w ithout a conscience.......... J e a n e tte M cN f'n i*
Southern Pacific Com pany, for whnm dan FVtinrisro. mil it also '.tm* 'he • en- nuch in accord with much of
Mr. ’a - erson’s w<irk. We advocate
E’iza Ann W att! ?, who hns n sharp tongue, b u t a so ft _
Mia* (" a ra Will, birthday. Tlte *d us dection. because we knew
Mr?. B e rth a *
Mrs. Cura B um s was the special evening was -¡pent in pleasant ' in tint, ind »till hplieve he can (and
V terhap« will) make (bregon the best
n o n e for Mr*. Frank Hendricks at versât.on and delightful music.
F.beneezer W attles, het hen-pecked but devoted ...................g eu
•he Community hospital last week. huge birthday cake and ce 'm am governor for the greatest m ajority,
Mrs. H eadrick is a t present reported were ta.ntily served. Those present once totehnod. Many of Mr. Pat-
wer** Misses Mirla LaP’ant. Vida tersnn' '¡illnwers cannot agree with
Profe?- r Fuller, an eccentric B otanist.
................... ..Phil Hosier
Dent. Naomi Moon. Mttsars Delwrtn him >n he income tax question. But
Floyd Putm an, who has been em Heath. Joe Burgess of Yreka. Cal., bat s nly one idea, one plan, one
Frederick N orton, seeking fo r buried tre a s u re ............... Edw ard B " r
ployed at Klamath Fall* for some the honored guests. Miss ( lam Will 'f bi oany plank* in his program
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•..me. was at home Sunday visiting
B etty Alexander, a typical m odern girl from th e city —(■ ’ Ul
•r ir ,-ress and a better, «m nder
—* ---- — *
hw wife and chddren on Beach
*mir -h«i» voire ,*f the pt»<»nit* it
I jella L* ng, an inquisitive neighbor with a nose fo r n °ws
A * ire not here to *ay. *t this
time. 4;nre so much •tis<
W ilda M I owei
The B aptist associtation met at 1 "xmteti. will he a greiut npiirf to
Medf >rd on Tuesday and W<»«ine*- 1 *V’ty ,j¡uds" .in the •*. lam
day of this 'week. A n um ber a t V?h- I If the •Writin to (|pr ide wh»the
<hir* w orking fo r the governor’*
TIM E— The P resent
r not to build !Jt <tarried
land people attended from the lo-
income a x hohhy.
îh r «nht»r hy a f i l i n e
cal Baptist church.
PLACE— O h io F arm
W ithout com m ent, we can assure
I jo n ty 4 iit will he easy Alti img
all vpo are interested th at the
O n e day b e tw e e n fir*t and second acts.
1 otmncil An»! rJtf» rt»auit *hn ulti >•»
Mrv O nn Booth of
One week between
•rond and third acta.
coming bincheons to he attended by
was I* town last w;.-k r . s i 'i g with
hy ail cttiaana.
the gentlem en are going to he the
friends on Eighth street. She re
nt .«resting and instructi *s of
port* her mother. Mrs. Rhodes, who
Dave McCoy, semmpanie*l w th
n many month« And if
live« a t the Booth home m Duns- Roy McCoy and sister, visited in
poasime to attend, don’t let ha >p-
DANCE AFTER THE PLAY
m air to he quite aer.uaaig mu sp*.«eu Klamath Fails una vaaa.
por’ -.n.ty «up uf.
‘Treasure F a rm ’