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dairy lands are looking better than don and Secretary ’ Valter of the PYTHIAN
we have evere seen them, new,
Mount Auhland Temple, Pythian
expensive auto camps have been Tuesday evening on the annual Hi- Sisters, No. 65 was organized her*
constructed this year all over the Y mixed picnic.
last Friday night by Mrs. L. A
state and new business blocks and
About forty left the city library Roberts, past grand chief of the lo<j.
homes are going up in every town at 5 o’clock and drove to the site ges o f Oregon.
of importance. Portland is building
The afternoon was taken up by
picked as the picnic grounds. A game
like magic and the country all looks
election of officers and in the
L H. Gallatin of Valley View was the house late in July. The plans are prosperous.
the Sisters of Medford
for a modern five-room house, with
a pleasant caller Monday.
with their team and in-
many delightful features of interior
The Bereau class party at the
The Sisters will meet tonight (Fn.
E. B. Shaw of Belview was in
Floyd Putman home on Friday
followed by a picnic dinner with ice day) in the hall for futher busines*
night was enjoyed by the class mem
and cake being served by the and all sisters who were not present
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Johnson, Sr., bers present. A program was ren
Hi-Y club. Those attending report last week are asked to be there to
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. F.dsall of of Portland, haVe sold their home dered with refreshments to follow.
an enjoyable evening.
Grenn Spring mountain were in the there and expect to come to Ash- Those on the program were Helen
lund to reside premanently. Mr. and Mcrrimen who furnished a reading,
Mrs. Johnson are the parents of J. a duct by Mrs. Floyd Putman and
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David Putman, reading by John_ F.
— Seeder, cultivator, garden tools Ü. Johnson, Jr., of Oak street.
Leggett, reading by Manley Leg
and garden hose at Peil’s Corner,
Mrs. Ann Russell goes this week gett. Mrs. S. D. Doremus also gave
to visit her daughter, Mrs. Boyd in a reading. Mrs. Mcrrimen and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tucker were Cnfilornia.
Mrs. Boyd has been Leggett were on the program com
calling on friends on B street Sat visiting in Ashland for a few days mittee.
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and Mother Russell accompanied
BOAS LINE-UP LOOKS
her home to Berkley.
Mrs. Roy DeMille, who lives out
GOOD TO BALL FANS
east of Ashland visited friends on
David Gaffney, son of Rev. and
B street one day last week.
From the standpoint of the fan,
Mrs. Charles D. Gaffney, has been
y O U ARE INTERESTED in important NEWS
ill for sevefal days with an attack the Boas, orphan club, sponsored by
of of appendicitis and was taken to the the Beaven-Portland Cement com
1 o f the great Farm Organizations • * •
Phoenix has been ill for a number community hospital Sunday night pany, Owen-Oregon Mill and Ash
complete and authentic Congressional Reports
of days and confined to her bed.
• • * full information on Departments of
for an operation which was per land and from which the name is de
rived, look mighty good, after their
Government and Administration
Mrs. W. H. McNair has recovered
first week’s workout together.
FREE SERVICE to bring you NEWS*, assist
from an attack of measles and is
ance, instruction and entertainment ** • *
In their victory Sunday over the
Miss Ella Dickerson of Medford
able to be out again.
live, up-to-the-minute NEWSPAPER for the
was an Ashland visitor one day last
busy farmer and his family and those inter
that there was a lot of good baseball
Mr. and Mrs. Polk, who have been
ested in agriculture. Such la
living on Second street, have moved mother, Mrs. Susan Ensley of Eu ability in the lineup.
C. B. Davis, formerly of lone, Or.,
into the Ganiard house on A street. gene. Miss Dickerson is a teacher
in the Medford schools and will re showed some splendid form in the
box and backing him are three other
E. W. Redifer and family were turn there again next year.
good twirlers on the bench, Harri
visiting relatives in Douglas county
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Chilcote and son, star twirler, who dealt out some
“for several days last week.
their children came to Ashland from classy baseball last season and
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gall from east Klamath Falls early last week to oc hurled the Pear Pickers to the
Published Every Saturday at Washington, D. C.
of town were visiting friends in cupy their residence property on southern Ore g on championship,
Fairview street, recently acquired Emory Davis former star of the
town Sunday afternoon.
y O U CAN’T AFFORD to do withoutiit If you
Ashland aggregation* and Lefty
from Aaron Andrews.
* want farm data direct from the national
Ivison, south-paw twirler are all
Miss Hazel Shaver of Dead In-
Washington, where we have the
Miss Flora Cruikshank, who has ready to step into the box and show
dinn was in town for a short visit
o f the great U, S. Depart
been teaching school in Merrill, Or, the southern Oregon swatsmiths a
ment o f Agriculture, as well as of the nation
visited over the week-end with her full portion of hardships.
ally-known Farm leaders. Not only agricul
Mrs. P. K. Hammond returned cousin Mrs. Maurice Richardson on
Behin dthe bat is big “ Bill” Force,
tural information, but news and instructive
Wednesday of last week from Eu Sixth street. She left for Portland well-known among Ashland fans,
columns for the womenfolks and children, too.
gene where she visited for two weeks where she will visit for a few weeks, with Charles Orr, a very capable re
It Is the liveliest, most interesting, most help
and then will continue on to Elgin, lief man on the bench.
ful Farmer’s Newspaper published.
Oregon where she will spend the
Johnny Morgan is showing well at
Alvin Fairview and Lawerence summer with relatives.
first with Harley Hughes and Ole
Bartlett of Eugene were in Ashland
Robbins, O. A. C. stars, showing
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 PER YE A R
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tucker enter good form around the second sack
Sunday in attendance at the Christ
tained at dinner Sunday evening. as second and short stop, respective
ian church service.
The National Farm News
The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray ly-
215 G STREET, N. W .
W A SH IN G TO N , D. C.
The Convelescent home has a Hosley of Klamath Falls, Mr. and
George Gray, flashy little third
number of old people pntients and Mrs. Don Wells of San Francisco, sacker from Sacramento is demon
two other old ladies are coming to Mr. and Mrs. Dean Scott and son, strating some splendid baseball in
Stephen of Ashland and the host his chosen position. He is also a de
the home about the first of June.
and hosU-s», lit. and Mrs. Tucker. pendable hitter and base stealer.
John F. Leggett and wife and G.
In the outer garden we find Ping
Several from here went to Grants Miller, Gold Hill, heavy sticker, Spec
W. Benedict and daughter were visit
ing at the convelescent home Sun Pass Tuesday night to take in the Speiss of the Portland city league
doings of Thermopyle lodge Knights and Johnny Logan, O. A. C. star of
of Pyinias. A program was given Bend, Or., all dangerous men for
Miss Billings and Miss Northrop, following which a feed and dance any pitcher to handle.
who have been in Ashland normal were enjoyed. Those from Ashland
After two games played with no
during the past year returned to who went were Mr. and Mrs. M. P. organization or practice which they
their homes in California Saturday. Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Leon lost, the Boa team knocked the Pear
ard, Julius Koch and John Pitten- Pickers o ff the limb into the base
Thos Newton of Klamath Falls ger.
ment and from the way they perform
is at present visiting his parents,
ed in Sunday’s classic they are apt
“ Bob” Coffman, son of T. J. to send “ King David” Grants Pass
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. ILvrtor. of A
Coffman of Oakland, California, twirler back to the showers next
who was formerly a manager of the Sunday when they meet the Cave
The Elmer Sanderlin family of Hotel Ashland, sailed recently for Men on the Ashlnnd field. Baseball
Mountain avenue are enjoying at Asia. Later in the season, Mr. and stock is going up and all Ashland is
present a visit from a number of Mrs. Coffman will meet their son beginning to take an interest in
their relatives from Washington and :n Chinn, to return with him to the their entry.
W'illamette vnlley points.
The Boas will practice at the Ash
land field Friday night again and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fehigh of B the fans are invited to come out and
Dr. Maud Hawley was on the sick
list Sunday and Mrs. Stockdale was street, has purchased a ranch of look them over.
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asked to teach the While Elephant 436 acres, six miles northeast of
clnss for her on Sundny morning at town where they will carry on gen HUGH’ S
eral agricultural developments. They
plan to improve the buildings on the S i s k i y o u S u s p e c t S a i d to H a v e
Insist on this brand when ordering ice
Mrs. Belle Cordell, sister of Mrs. place, which has been known ns
M a d e N o A t t e m p t to F o llo w .
cream! ..Made from select cream with
Anne Gregory of North Pioneer “ Ashland Commercial Orchards.”
avenue, has gone to Pasadena, Cal.,
The price is right!
— Jackson county owns lands escape, Hugh DeAutremont, alleged
to make an indefinite stay with
Siskiyou bandit-slayer, whose trial
if non-payment o f taxes, and also was called o ff until fall by the death
Mrs. Buzzard and her hushau.. s lots in the various towns and cities of a juror, made no effort to do so
mother, from Klamath Falls spent in the county. Any o f these proper when two jail mates made a get
W e deliver all orders of one gallon
Sunday in Ashland visiting Mrs. ties are for sale, and any interested away at the county jail in Jackson
or over free!
Buzzard’« parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. person can learn the prices at which ville late Sunday afternoon by rush
they may he acquired by going to ing Deputy Sheriff Liggett, special
D> Doremus on Oak street.
the County Judge wHh a descrip guard for DeAutremont.
The two escapes were Ray Kozart
Mr. and Mrs. Roy llosley of tion.
Ashland, held for a car theft,
Klamath Falls visited with his mo
William Allen, charged with
ther, Mrs. C. K. llosley of 171 B
street over Sunday, returning home Fred S. F.ngle expect to leave late robbery in Ashland. loiter Kozart
’ his week by auto for Wallowa lake, was captured near Perrydale by Mo-j
M on day morning.
n eastern Oregon, where they will lor Policeman Talent and returned t
Allen is still at large.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peachy came attend the annual state conference to jail.
In recently from California where ■>f the P. E. O. sisterhood.
they have been visiting their son, expect to make the trip by way of H i - Y
Robert, for some time, t lif Peacheys Klamath Falls, Bend and I .a Grande
•»ill soon go out to the lookout sta ind will return by the northern L a d y F r i e n d * a n d C h s p e r o n M E n
j o y G o o d Tima.
tion in the Applegate vicinity.
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