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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1927)
ASH LAND REGISTER
Mrs. Newt. Davis was operat-
Saltmarsh on the Lit- weeks, has returned to her home Sanitarium for treatment.
Lockwood recently Mrs.
Ed. Barron and his hay crew j ed on at the Community Hospital
in Duluth, Minn.
rooved his family on to hid home tie Applegate.
are at the Keene Creek ranch put- last Saturday morning and is «low-
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cleveland of
stead about one mile from the
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attended the old time dance last tins up hay.
Formerly the Central Point and Ashland American
visit at the Lester Newb.-y hornet Friday night. The next dance will
school starts this fall.
Office at 372 East Main Street
Mr. and Mrs. Newbry o f Boise, be given in two weeks, on August
Miss Virginia Frost and friend
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of Ashland were on the creek last Ida, are making an <»\tended'vis 5.
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it with their son, Mr. R. E. New
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and little
bry Of Ashland. They are also vis
A d e * r t m a g Ratas G iv e n on A p p lic a t io n
son, Wesley o f Modesto, Calif.,
iting at the home o f his brother
Entered at the Postoffice at Ashland. Oregon, as Second Class Chamberlain were visitors on Cole
and Miss Rose McKay o f Tulare,
E. T: Newbry.
Matter, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879
man creek iast Saturday. The two
California, are visiting at
Mr. and Mrs .Newbry and Edna home of Mr. Thoma’s uncle, Al
Chamberlain brothers formerly
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lived on that creek at the place j and Mr. Newbry s brother and bert Thomas. Mr. Harold Thomas
wife and daughter, Edith o f Boise used to )ive jn the NV(, Creek Dis.
now known as the golf links.
| A prominent businessman told us the other day
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lacy were Ida., returned Tuesday from a j trict and alsc ¡„ Ashland
E s d e n B lock A .h lan d, O reg on
that Ashland’s greatest need was a sales campaign di- business visitors in Ashland last week end outing at Crescent City, [,er ot- years ago.
rected towards the selling o f Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Kincaid and
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Estes and two children and Mrs. Kincaid’s
THE BEST OF MEATS AND POULTRY KEPT IN THE
A S a le s
Ashland to the community it-
Mr. Joe Bickner and sister ex-
daughter, Hulda o f Gold Hill vis mother Mrs. Clara Taylor and Mr.
BEST OF CONDITION BY
C a m p a ig n
self. In this we agree with him ^ t0 leave the la8t of the ww;k ited Monday at home o f Mr. and Mrs Arthur
for Crer-cent City on a vacation.
Ha maker and
heartily. Some nine for Crp*cent Cilv on a vatation- Estes parents Mr. and Mrs. W. |, son J. C. o f Klamath Falls spent
Elroy McGrew and M. t . Brad W. Estes.
months ago, when we first arrived in Ashland, we ^
! the week end at Crescent City.
ley were business visitors in Med-
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Brown went
could see some of the wonderful possibilities that
rd last Monday.
F a r m e r , a n d S t o c k m e n a r e r e q u e . t e d t o ca ll a . I am in the
ist here. We could appreciate them more perhaps than
Mr. Gb nn Abbot who has been daughter Pearl, and Katherine to.Portland,
m a r k e t f o r th e c h o i c e . t « t o c k a n d p o u l t r y
many who had lived here for years and years, am’, working at Gregory on the coun relatives enjoyed a trip to the — — — — ----- ■ will enter a | |
who by their constant association with these possibil ty roads returned home last Tues- Oregon Caves Wednesday of last
ities have grown so accustomed to them, « that w they l j day
mor“in* H# wiU work ior week.
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mean little. In our enthusiasm, we proposed an adver- Kvt Mr.
r' 11 M. B<' W. Mjn McGrew
lt prest who
Mr. and Mrs. Fleshman of New |
tising Campaign, designed for the sole purpose o f been working at Bray came home Vorb City visited from Thursday!
selling Ashland to her own people. W e offered to for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. until Friday last week at the home !
donate the space, if we could get some help in se- M. W. McGrew were visitors at I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Estes.
curing the material. This was done so that there th“ »<>"■-
Mr. and Mr., g . a . The Heshman used to i.ve over o
could be no possibi lty of any one accusing us o f
, , friends.
wanting to do it from a met cenaiy standpoint. W e ap- i^hiioquin last Sunday and spent Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Estes and
proaehed one or two men on the proposition and their part of the day with his aunt and daughter, Fay, left last Friday for
reply was, “ Every one knows what we have, it will Uncle Mr. and Mrs. g . a . Briner. a week outing at Diamond Lake |
do no good” Our enthusiasm was sufficiently cooled,
Glenn Abbott and Merle Brad- and Crater Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Hawk o f Eagle
that we dropped the matter for the time being, but ‘ey ver<- 7“ to" 8t the Lockwood Point called at the Sun Gold Rab-
we »till think that a good »ales campaign directed to hora“
,d l“ t Kerby and daughter bitry Monday and purchased some
Mr. t‘ Fiank
the people o f Ashland telling them o f the wonderful Ila were business visitors at Brin- fine registered stock. Mr. and
Mrs. Hawk are in the rabbit indus
resources that exist here, would help to sell the town ers last Monday afternoon.
Floyd Purves o f this creek was try in Eagle Point.
to other people. We have seen it work in other places,
Mr. and Mrs. Davis were busi
and today we have but to look at our enterprising in an auto wreck last Sunday. No
ness callers in Medford Wednes
neighbors, i in
where a a .« similar
is . i Buffered the shock. Both
a' ^ u« h some day.
b e i n g c o n d u c t e d u n d e ! th e C d p t io n
Paints, Oils, Glass Var
nish, Building Paper,
Felts, Enamels, Decor-
ette and Varnish Stains.
When you need a paint
er or anything in the
painting line call
Y O U W ILL ENJOY SUNDAY DINNER
A T THE
J. O. RIGG
11:30 A. M. TO 2 P. M.
— Best W orkmen
T h i s is B ( j i e d t (]amagetj considerable. Floyd went
Mr. and Mrs. 7*J. Stanley ant,
Country” and note the enthusiasm that exists among to make a left hand turn when the family of Dunsmuir Calif., called
car smashed I into
the residents there, and there can be no question as to other
' a I him, not on Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lowe Sun
The da>' morning,
wreck occurred in Talent on the i The Sun G°ld rabbitry shipped
W e have been told that the cardinal principle of south side of town.
200 pounds o f rabbits this week.
salesmanship is to be sold on a product yourself, and
Mr. J. T. Sawyer took Mrs. 28 visitors were registered this
that is true of communities as well as washing
ma Cupp to Grants Pass last Tuesday wei‘k-
chines or automobiles. If Ashland people were suf afternoon to get her mother who^ Mr. and Mrs. Burt Weeder of
the Salinas, Calif., who have been vis
ficiently sold upon their own community, the enthus will .pend a few days
iting at home of Mr. and Mrs.
iasm would spread rapidly
Wayne Bradley, Howard Combs Rudy Conner for the pust ten days
and Mr. A. G. Hayes left for Kla left Monday for Portland, Ore.,
math county last Friday. They ex and Vancouver B. C., Mrs. Weed-
pfcct to work their the remainder ! er 18 a s*ster o f Mr. Connor,
o f the summer.
I Mr. H. E. Bowman, who is vis-
Mrs. Ella Abbott and daughter '*'nK *n Portland is expected home
Goldia and Eudell were visitors a t1^ ' 8 week end.
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Grant and I For every day in the
the home o f Victor Anderson at
family, who are living in Mrs.
Ashland Sunday afternoon.
H. T. Slagle spent four Irene W ells house on the highway
days o f last week with her mother left by motor Tuesday for Port
land. When they return they are
with Mrs. Westerberg and son ¡Mrs. I. E. Bradley.
They are tender, juicy
planning to move over to Lake-1
Richard and Keith Lennox, who
and delicious— a real
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Arnold and had all been staying at the Gler.n family visited at the home o f Mrs. view, Oregon.
for Sunday din
Henry W’ard and Samuel Saw- \
Looses parents Mr. and Mrs. Had
their guests, Mrs. Myrtle Moore, cabin for the past week.
den last Sunday.
yer Evans celebrated their seven-[
daughter and son of Los Angeles,
Mr. Lewis and daughter, Miss
Rev. Murphy of Ashland held th birthday with a party for their
returned last Thursday morning
Vetu Lewis left for Coquille, Or., services at the
creek little friends W’ ednesday after
from a delightful trip.
last Tuesday on
short business school house last Sunday after noon, July 27th at the Evans home
Also lucious steaks,
They went north and up the trip.
noon which was enjoyed by all. Ice cream and cake were served,
kind you desire.
Columbia river Highway to The
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. garter. Miss He preached the Four Square Gos and all enjoyed a delightful time.
phone or call
I)alles, then down through east
Bernice and Hugh farter o f Ash pel and it was a fine sermon.
ern Oregon to Crater Lake and
land, Miss Lillian Carter and Mr.
home by way of Klamath Falls.
Young of Portland Were callers at family o f Ashland were visitors
They felt the severe change from
Mrs. Harvey Hanson o f Sacra
the Lennox home last Sunday ev at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
the snow at Crater Lake to the
Snooks last week. They expect to mento, is visiting her parents, Mr.
heat on coming down into the val
make their home in California for and Mrs. Clarence Taylor. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Halibaugh the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Homes Hanson was formally Miss Esther
ley. The Moores left for their
home in California on Thursday formerly o f Valley View, arrived formerly lived on the Scott place Taylor.
from Bellflower, Calif, last Satur two or three years ago.
Mrs. Anna Pu neau, who has
182 N. Main
day morning and spent the day
Mr. R. L. Lockwood mnde a been visiting at the Soda Springs
Miss Elisabeth Dunning of
with Mrs. Halibaugh’s father, W. business trip to Marshfield last Service Station for the last few
Portland who is attending the
summer Normal school in Ashland ]
There has been many people
spent last Sunday with her friends
the Misses Rosina and Frances to make their home in Ashland for from Medford and Ashland on the
creek during the past two months
to enjoy the shade
Mr. and Mrs. Devenger and
A new bridge was put by Wil
breeze. Wagner is an ideal sum
liam Bruin last Friday over Mey family, also of Belflower, Calif, mer resort for city people and is
“ The Theatre
er Creek near the A. H. Davenhill were overnight visitors at Mr. noted for its cool breeze.
ranch. All traffic was detoured by Hurley’s home ast Saturday.
way of Talent Lane on that day.
The national „‘xtenaion leader of
5 TO 8:30 P. M.
$1.00 PER PLATE
Other Service If Desired
Lithia Springs Hotel
The Register’s News
of Community Interest
THE EAGLE MARKET
Washington, D. 'C., Mr. Norris,
state extension lender of the Ore
Mr. O. A. Sanford made a trip
gon Agricultural College, L. Wil to Klamath Fulls Monday.
cox and R. G. T. Fowler, county
Mr. N. G. Porter of Yreka. Cal. ,
agent and county club leader, o f called on O. A. Sanford Saturday
Medford were callers in the neigh afternoon.
borhood a few days ago.
M. McIntyre and daugh
Mr. Newton Holdridge arrived ter, Rowena o f Grants Pass visit
on Saturday from New Jersey, for ed over the week end at home of
Mrs. Albert Arnold and daugh- a visit with his neice Mrs. D. O. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Long.
ter Edith were down from IVad1 Hurley and other relatives. Mr.
Mrs. Anna Peterson o f Duluth
Indian last Thursday and made a Holdridge is making a leisurely Minn., arrived last Friday for an
trip to Medford. Edith ia recov trip through the west, enjoying extended visit with her sister, Mrs.
ering nicely from a mastoid op all scenic points.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Workman;
who have been visiting Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Gallatin re
WAGNER CREEK NEWS
Mrs. Lee Connor left Sunday and
turned last Friday evening from a
have moved up on the
few days vacation spent near the
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Crowford Spring where Mr. Workman is
Oregon Caves. They had intend
and family o f San Anselmo, Cal., employed.
ed going on to the roast, but after
were guests o f Mr. and Mrs. G.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hill
going through the Cares decided
A. Briner o f this creek last Mon daughters. Theran and
to rest a few days quieUy at a
day night. They were here some Lou. and Miss Nell Hill o f Clin
nice cool camp.
time ago. Mrs. Crawford ia Mrs. ton, Ohio, arrived a week ago last
Mr. and Mrs. McCormack and Briner’s neice. They left Tuesday Friday nnd are making an extend
family who have been living on the morning for Crater Lake and Kla ed visit at the home o f their un
Glasgow ranch, have rented a math Falla and will return here bo- cle. Mr. L. C. HilL
place south of Ashland and mov- fore returning h«>me.
Mr and Mrs. Will Ferns. Mra.
moved into the house just vacated
Mrs. Scott and granddaughter Ella Patterson and Mr. Ed. Jacobs
ed there last week.
Mias Rose Klfa Briner were visit picnicked at Casey’s Camp
Mr H. R Westerberg, also went ors o f Mr. Joe Bickner and sister Rogue river.
over to the lake of the Woods on at there summer home two days
Mr. and MY*. C. F.
Saturday sad returned oa Sunday of last week.
spent Sunday at heme of Mr. and,
Mrs. A. A. Gillette, son and
grandson of M<>dford visited with
Mrs. W. F. DeFord last Friday.
Herman Burhaus of San Fran
cisco who is a nephew of L. H.
Gallatin hame last Tuesday.
Gallatin with his friends Messrs.
Wallace and Low called at the
Gallatin home Tuesday.
Let electricity pack
your ice-box with
The hot days are here— delightful healthful
days so long as you can keep f i t !
But for perfect health, be careful
fo o d s !
Finishing T oday—
“ ROLLED STOCKINGS”
A pleasing attraction, including in the cast such
popular players as Louise Brooks, James Hall,
Richard Arlen, Nancy Phillips and El Brendei.
Place a bottle o f milk in a neighbor’s electric
refrigerator, or let your dealer make this test
for you. Leave it there a week or ten days. Then
examine it— it’s still sweet!
Fred Thomson in
“ SILVER COMES TH R U ”
Fred Thomson shown at his bes* —in a dashing
western film— is one o f the most interesting ac-
tors on the screen. With Silver King, the horse
with a personality.
Clean hygienic, sanitary electric refrigera
tion will soon be in every modern home. Your
dealer will show you an easy and economical
".ay to have it now— on attractive installment
plan payments if you prefer.
Florence V idor in
“ AFRAID T O LOVE”
The story o f a beautiful woman who sacrifices
her beauty to win a husband. Assisted by Olive
Brook, Norman Trevor, Jocelvn Lee and Arthur
“ DON’T TELL THE W IFE ”
» tarring beautiful Irene Rich and a popular cast
UNCLE HIRAM’S COUNTRY STORE
W ith Geo. J. Hayes at the Organ
M ed ford , O regon
Pass, O r e g o n
K la m a t b F ell s, O r e g o *
Y r e k a , C a l í f e r a ia
Y* K I K P A M * ■ IKS
D «n*a B kir t C a l i f o r n i a