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About Ashland American. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-1927 | View This Issue
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Johnson of
Portland have moved to Ashland to
reside. They have rented a house on
Oak street, owned by Miss Belle An
derson of this city.
E. H. Hedrick and family were
Ashland visitors one day last week.
Mrs. A. L. Harvey of B street and
granddaughter, Mrs. Frank Wright,
o f Klamath Falls were Medford
visitors over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Wells of San
Francisco, who have been visiting
Ashland friends left for their home
Sunday morning. They are traveling
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Richard of
Sacramento visited home folks for
a few days last week, before going
on to Spokane, Washington, where
Mr. Rickard has employment with
the U. S. geodic survey for the sum
— Harness and all parts for dres
sing up your horse at Peil’s Cor
A picnic party consisting o f Mr.
and Mrs. Irma Hasley o f Klamath
Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ander
son and two daughters of Merril,
Oregon, Mr. Anderson’s mother and
Mrs. Roy Hosley o f Klamath Falls
spent the day here Sunday picknick-
ing ard sightseeing.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sackett and
family r.f Klamath Falls were over
for Decoration day.
Correct this sentence: “ At our
church they never pass the collec
The memorial sermon Sunday
morning by Rev. Pemberton o f the
M. E. church was spkodidlv rend
ered to a large and appreciative
The W. C. T. U. ladie.i appreciate
the generous response by the public
to their recent call for clothing for
the Mississippi valley sufferers. This
is not at till likely to be the last
call o f this kind thnt we will re
ceive and everyone is glad to res
— Get your mower repairs early
and avoid the rush and provocation
when in the field and your mower
breaks down. All kinds o f repairs
for most any mower kept 'at Peil’s
The Wagner creek school closed
last week with a picnic i.i the Ash
land park on Wednesday. VV. J. Kern
o f Ashland was the te-’cher of that
Mrs. O. F. Carson returned from
a trip down the valley recently.
Mrs. Anna Sherfey was called to
Albany last week by the illness and
death of her mother. Mrs. Sherfey
returned home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Anderson mo
tored to Douglas county the first of
— Deering' McCormick mowers and
rakes at Peil’s Corner, Ashland 3t
The Methodist church is planning
a picnic to be held in the Ashland
park on June 16.
Mrs. John F. Leggett and son,
Manley, expect to go to PleHsant
Hill Saturday for a visit with Mrs.
Leggett’s mother and other relatives
in Lane county.
— Seeder, cultivator, garden tools
and garden hose at Peil’s Corner,
— Those prevented from attend
ing clinic and wishing to take ad
vantage o f the free examination
with spinal diagnostic instrument
included will be accommodated by
calling at office for appointment.
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music and *the gospel sermons will
Paramount, First National and encourage and help you in the bat
Fox pictures occupy the screen show tle o f life. Strangers and visitors
ing at the Vining this week that will especially welcome. Come as you are
to this homelike church.
meet with the favor of all.
Saturday night, June 4 will be
shown “ The Scarlet West” with
THE FULL GOSPEL TEMPLE
Robert Frazer and that well-liked
J. E. Murphy, Pastor
Clara Bow. It is a picture o f the
West and it is Westl
Sunday school, 9:45 A. M. Mr. C.
Sunday and Monday, June 5 and J. Foster, superintendent.
Sunday school we have suitable de
6 will be shown “ Cradle Snatchers” partments
and classes for all ages.
which is a magnificently funny one Mrs. Auther Hardy, superintendent
and that^will hit the funny bone at of the primary department, with her
every crack. This is a new method of corp of teachers, is doing splendid
work. Any parent will do well to
teaching hubby to stay at home.
send their little ones to this depart
Tuesday and Wednesday, June 7 ment.
and 8 is seen a picture that has
Sacremental services immediately
been read by about everyone, en after sermon.
titled “ The Mysterious Rider” writ
Young peoples meeting 6:45. We
ten by Zane Grey and featuring Jack extend to all young people who are
looking for a place where they can
Holt, assisted by a superb cast.
labor for the Master a cordial invi
Wednesday and Thursday, June 9 tation
to meet with the young folks
and 10 is a Wow! Richard Dix has in their meeting, you are welcome.
Evening worship, 7 :45 P. M.
never made a better picture than this
Every Wednesday in each week
one, entitled “ Knockout Reilly.”
prayer meeting 7:45 P. M.
The winnah!— and new champeeyon,
Every Thursday afternoon at 2
Knockout Reilly. The scene is laid in P. M. ladies -prayer meeting.
You are cordially invited to spend
a steel mill; amid the roaring furn
a happy Sunday with us in the wor
aces o f a noted steel plant.
ship of God.
Special music at all
m ------------------------------------------------© services.
| A T THE CHURCHES
Myron S. Woodworth, Pastor
. . .
Sabbath school, 9:45.
Preaching, 11:00. “ The Vine and
the Branches” will be the theme of
the morning hour.
B. Y. P. U. 7:00.
Topic: “ Unexpected Tests,” Violet
Inscho will be the leader.
North Main and Laurel Sts.
H. F. Pemberton, Pastor
Morning worship at 11 o’clock.
Sermon subject: Power from on
Evening worship at 8. Subject:
“ The Disciples’ Judgment o f Jesus”
One of the questions Jesus asked.
Sunday school with classes for all
ages at 9:45.
Epworth League at 6:45. Young
peoples’ hour full of interest and en
A real prayer meeting Wednes
day evening at 7:30.
You are most cardially invited to
attend all these meetings. You will
enjoy the homelike atmosphere and
Endrrt Block, Ashland, Oregon
THE BEST OF MEATS AND POULTRY. KEPT IN THE
BEST OF CONDITION
Farmers and Stockmen are requested to call as I am in the market
fer the choicest stock and poultry.
Ashland chapter No. 6043, Ep
worth League will meet as usual
Sunday evening at 6:45. Topic for
discussion is “ Playing the Game To
gether,” and James Hartley is
scheduled as the leader. The meeting
is planned for a joint-session o f dif
ferent Leagues known as senior, in
termediate, etc., but since only the
senior and junior chapters exist in
Ashland, a summary will be made of
coming events in League affairs. De
votional meeting topics for the'com-
ing year will be aired and special
will be given to future plans on ral
ly day which comes later in the year.
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Saturday, June 4
CLINIC ON TU E SD A Y
Due to adverse weather conditions
the free lecture and clinic held last
Tuesday afternoon in the office of
Dr. E. B. Angell, local chiropractor,
was not as largely attended as had
been hoped. The continual downpour
o f rain kept many indoors, that had
expected to attend, but did not dim
inish the enthusiasm o f those who
braved the rain, and heard the doc
tors from outside points. Dr. Hedges,
Carpenter and Simpson o f Medford
and Mathews o f Klamath Falls lec
ture and demonstrate some o f the
fundamentals of chiropractic work.
Dr. Hedges gave a lecture on vhe
finer points o f chirporcatic and with
the conclusion o f this, examinations
were given those present Dr. Angell
has announced that those who are
interested in this work and who were
unable to attend on account of
weather conditions may make ap*
potntmenu for fret demonstrations
similar to those given Tuesday. In
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“ THE SCARLET W E S T "
With Robert Frazer and Clara Bow. There’s the touch in it that
tingles the blood— You owe it to yourself to see iL
Sunday and Monday, June S and 6
“ CRADLE SNATCHERS”
A riotous comedy o f women with young ideas, featuring Louise
Fazenda. Get 'em young, get treated rough and tell 'em every
thing is the motto o f the “ Cradle Snatchers.”
Tuesday and Wednesday, June 7 and 8
“ THE M YSTERIOUS RIDER”
More thrills in »he great open spaces with Jack Holt featured in
Zane Grey'* yarn of the roaring guns and harsh desert life
A dds jo y to
Simplifies housework as no other renge can J
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C in e»* Saga of fiatcuffs. features Mary Brian and Richard Dix.
A prise picture o f the prise ring. Dix is a steel worker who
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