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About Ashland American. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-1927 | View This Issue
ASHLAND A M E R IC A N
Today we were told by a prominent
business man that was a necessity
and would carry by a 2 to 1 vote.
Election is May 31. Study the situa
tion. W e are certainly fo r progress,
if the progress is along constructive
lines actuall yneeded fo r the city’s
Katherine Wells, daughter o f Mr. good.
F. D. Swindle o f Corvallis was ir. or» on Thursday at tho horn* o f and Mrs. Spratt Wells o f upper Ro
town one day last week.
Mrs. Ellen Wagner on Granite street gue river, who was seriously burned
recently when .-.er clothing caught small son o f Fort Brown, Texas, ar
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Wright were
Read the ad. o f Johnson Jewelry fire at the firep.aoe, is slightly im rived in Ashland Friday by motor
Eagle Point visitor» Sunday.
Store. Bargains unheard o f in Ash
proved and some hope is entertained and are guests at the home o f the
land sure being offered beginning
form er’s parents.
fo r her recovery-
Jewelry sale at Johnson’» begins
Stockton o f Liberty street.
today— continues until May 20.
Mr. 3rd Mrs. Frank Hoyman, who Stockton has been commissioned to
Rev. Charles D. G affney is at- ;
Mrs. Mark Reel was indisposée ten<jjng
Oregon conference o f have been the guests o f Mr. and the O. A. C. at Corvallis fo r four
Mr*. M. J. Wolcott
Sherman months and
during the past week.
! Congregational churches which is
street, left Saturday fo r their home mother, who will arrive here soon,
“ Drop the Hammer and Grab a being held at St. Helens.
in Dubuque. Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. will make Ashland their home, hav
Horn” isn’t a bad slogan fo r any
Mrs. Georgia Andrew» o f Port Hoyman are touring the coast states ing rented a residence on Beach
land has been in Ashland some time and were delighted with Oregon.
Mrs. F. J. Swenning returned to past visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Katherine Vincent, registrar
her home from the community hos Mrs. Frank
Hendriks o f
Helman o f the normal school, with her mo
Fix May Day Basket*.
pital last week.
ther. Mrs. Alice Vincent and grand
The Junior Christian Endeavor o f
Sprenger, the Presbyterian church met in a
The Lithia Bakery has a new
You can't expect the other cities mother. Mrs.
awning on their store front to keep o f southern Oregon to toot their Miss Mariar Ady and Miss Pearl group at the church Saturday even
Klamath ing, April 30 fo r the purpose o f fix
Old Sol from too much familiarity. horn about Ashland. Time to do a Durst, were
ing May Day baskets fo r the shut-
Mrs. Inez Bryant and son. Thom little tooting.
ins. Fourteen o f these baskets were
as, are visiting at present with Mrs.
J. A. Green o f Ashland and the
Bryant’s parents at Y olo, California John Davison family o f Bellview mo terday from school district 15 where attratcively arranged
she has been visiting since Friday after which they were delivered.
The best gifts at a sacrifice price :■ red to Central Point last Saturday
with her daughter. Miss Ruby Pow
during the Johnson Jewerly Store to visit the Severance family.
ell, who is teaheing there.
Ashland Loses Game.
sale, May 5 to 20.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Engle and fam i Powell expects to spend each week
Grants Pass beat Ashland playing
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Dodge drove ly o f Klamath Falls were in this end with Ruby and Mrs. Betty Ham ball in the first game o f the season
to upper Rogue river on Saturday city Sunday visiting relatives and lin until school closes.
Sunday, but borrowed the fast
Mr.. Engle is a niece of
to visit with relatives.
The Bereau class o f the Baptist “ House o f David” pitcher to do it.
Mrs. Sarah Kentnor o f 18$ Central
The W. C. T. U. w ill meet at the
church met with Mrs. V. N. O. It was reported a fast and well
home o f Mrs. M. B. Riley, 141 High
Smith. Thursday o f this week many manuvered game with the score
Business can be increased by ad members and friends o f the class standing 5 to 0.
street, Tuesday, May 10.
vertising in The American.
It is were present. Mrs. O. F. Carson
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H. B. Carter o f Mountain avenue ■
. . .
. , read by tt 1 people you want to talk the efficient teacher o f the inter
is putting in an oil plant to generate
. . .
N O TIC E IS H E R E B Y G IV E N
to, and its readers are looking for esting class and well loved by all her
steam fo r his dairy house use.
that the undersigned has been duly
o f the
Mrs. O. J. Sawyer was albe to be
Estate o f George W. Harkins, de
Mrs. Frank Hendrick expects to
Miss Hazel Shaver was in from '
out Sunday a fter many weeks o f
ceased, and all
go home this week from the Com Dead Indian Sunday. Miss Shaver claims against said Estate are re-
munity hospital where she has been expects to finish her school on Dead
uired to present them, duly veri-
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gall were fo r some weeks undergoing a ser Indian in five weeks, then she plans ied. and with proper vouchers,
within six months from this date to
visiting relatives near Medford the ious operation.
to be in Ashland fo r the summer and I. A. Roberts, Attorney fo r said
first o f the week.
Manv new pieces o f the best anticipates a visit from her mother
Rev. W. W. Barney o f Eugene guaranteed jew elry added to the al from eastern states.
held services at the Christian church ready heavy stock goes on special
H. L. Sayles, who has
sale at Johnson's Jewelry store.
Ashland many years and whom so
many citizens know, as he at one
— Seeder, cultivator, garden tools
owned the East Side grocery
and garden hose at P eil’s Comer, China, spoke to an interested aud-
has sold his home property here and
3* ience at the Congregational church
leaves this week fo r Eugene where
Mr. and Mrs. V. Dodson o f Klam last Friday evening.
he is entering the grocery business.
ath Falls spent the week-end in this conference also was held during the
O f course he will read the American
city with friends.
Mrs. A. Erickson o f
Chester Woods, oldest son o f Dr.
The Ashland high debate team,
street is on the sick list and is and Mrs. E. A. Woods, who is a
composed o f Richard and Adena Joy
some better at this time.
student at the O. A. C. spent the
and their cocah. Harold Allison, left
J. E. Haney, who recently sold week-end in Ashland visiting with today (F rid a y)
his place on Wagner creek is visit his parents.
Oregon, where they will meet the
ing his brother, C. B. Haney east
Mrs. Stallsmith o f Medford, dis- championship team o f the north
o f town at present.
tritc deputy fo r the Royal Neighbors western part o f the state to declare
Mrs. Lois Dodge,
Myrtle was in Ashland Tuesday, writing up which team will enter the state finals
M ells and Mrs.
Horsell applications fo r both adult and juve- against the eastern Oregon team.
¡Merely Many Minor Matters \
— Briefs and Fillers-------------- -
Henry C. Galey and Sam B. Mc
N air left Friday morning fo r Cres
cent City, returning Monday. They
represented the Ashland
club at a big meeting in Crescent
City on Saturday.
Estate, at his o ffic e over the
Citizens Bank o f Ashland, Ashland
Dated May 6. 1297.
M A R Y A. HARKINS,
Always Fresh Vege
S P E C IA L FOR T H E N E X T TEN
D A YS W E W I L L S E L L THE
BEST W HITE
BLUE GRASS SEED — MIXED
OR S E P A R A T E .
ONE POUND OR A
RED A T 45c A POUND
T H IS IS T H E B EST SEED OB
T A IN A B L E
L. R. Hatcher
were Medford visitors on.> day last
niU‘ memhe" fo r the Royal Neigh-
i bors o f America.
Ever since we saw the Sons o f the
House o f David baseball players we
Miss Clara Anderson, who has have been thankful that the safety
razor was invented. It takes a pretty
l „ u' it e «
W. R. C. for a . beautiful plant1 ,’e<*n . on . . the
. _ *,ck ,wt
__, for th«
, . P*«t two
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weeks has recovered and is able to s tiff dose o f religion to make a fel-
sent b ythe flower mission depart-
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1 o* '■»«•k at her school duties in the •°w want to look like an unshorn
| second grade o f
W ashington bear. They sure were some cootie
Ashland roses are
blooming in ! school.
sheltered places and soon the whole
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anguein o f
..in k i i i. i
Martha Spenker will give one
city will be bedecked with flowers
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o f pvi.fi'
,,f h<>r interesting health talks in ‘•'3 Bush street and Isabelle Watten-
o f every variety.
Medford. Wednesday. May 11 at 2 burg motored
Anderson fam ily P. M. in her o ffice in the Medford Saturday fo r a days outing and en
residence on building. Everybody come.
joyed a picnic lunch on the highway.
M Mt.iin •VCBM
Mr. Anguein is the foreman o f the
* r- an<*
Eastman Southern Pacific yard here.
and children have returned to their
The Royal Neighbors o f America
Mrs. Janet Tomey
Seventh home on the Boulevard a fter spend-
street was quite ill the first o f the in* the past few weeks visiting with held their regular meeting Monday,
Mrs. Ann Sherfey as relatives in Long Beach and Los J May 2. There was a good attendance
nurse in attendance.
o f members and two visitors present
Mrs. Stallsmith o f Medford, who is
The Ashland park is now beau
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cole and
tiful with its beds o f sweet rockets daughter Betty Jane o f MacDoel. j the district deputy fo r Jackson and
in nmong the ferns and rock, also California, spent the week-end in Josephine counties being one and
hill sides covered with wild flowers. this city at the home o f Mr. and | Mrs. Flannigan o f Jarbridge. Nevada
being the other. A fte r the meeting
Mrs. Mark \N. Smith and daughter Mrs. Hamaker. Mr. and Mrs. Cole I
adjourned refreshments were served
Loranne, were up from Red B luff form erly resided in Ashland.
in the banquet room.
last week visiting old friends in this
W. P. Walter, secretary o f the lo
“ Treasure Farm.” a home talent
cal Y. M. C. A. returned Monday
ntertainment at the Bellview com-
Glenn Hale, n student at the state from Seattle, where he has spent the |
munity house last Friday night de
normal, drove to Dunsmuir, Monday past few days attending the Older
served a larger attendance.
Mr. Hale expects to be gone only n Boys conference.
play was good and those on the pro
J. M. Watkins o f 72 Laurel street gram did exceedingly well.
Chief McNabb and and Mr. Ing- returned home from Portland Tues Clara Huck. teacher o f the Soda
ling o f the polic force went to Rose- day- where he went on business. Mr. Springs school deserves much credit
Rev for the program.
burg last Thursday to attend a law and Mr«. Wm. Patrick
Pem!>crtrn. who arcompon.ed him as
The week day Bible shcool gave a
far is Corvallis and Saloirt, n*urr.rd
splendid program this Friday night
Mrs. O'Donahue, mother o f Mrs. „ : , K
May 6. at the M. E. Chruch. There
viuy Randle* o f Allison ¡»treot i.« j
seriously ill at the home o f her '
Mr. * n<* Mr*. A. C. Strange spent are 520 students having part in the
I the week-end in Rosehurg.
They week day Bible school Icasses and
Miss Ruth P f . ,
w,' r*' *<'0»"P*nied by two norami stu- • very fine program was staged
. . . .
Clarice Conninr and last year by these young folks un-1
spent the week-end in Ashland as * , 1M.
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the gue.t o f her sister. Mis, Naomi 1 K
the,r der diretcion o f their teacher,
r «.v .
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, homes in the vicinity o f Rosehurg (•race Andrews.
(.ray, a student at the state normal. I
Nr. and Mrs. D. B. Hannan o f
Sentiments in public
i v *,ntura. Cal., arrived in Ashland change frequently. The question of
street left Tuesday o f The Dalles.
Sunday, expecting to
make their building the new
Oregon, where she w »s called by the
well water system is no
illness o f a relative.
*e e k
T. W. Mile*
and will run to the 2()th inclusive
JTjW e have many new things added
TUto our already heavy stock and
everything priced lower than you have
ever seen them
Come and See and Save!
Diamond Rings, Watches of all kinds,
Silverware, see our complete sets’
Clocks, now is the time to get that
mantle or parlor clock. Table Stem
Glassware as low as $1.9*5 for Sher
bets and Goblets-cut glass, regularly
sold at $3.25 to $3.75. Thousands of
otheis equally as low priced items
p « | h ,r
ago a man
and Mr*. Miles, high school day*.
was Mis* Af- »ere against the proposition to
Sr., of Medford Were Ashland visit- ton Madden,
build, with a majority of i to J, j
0. H. Johnson