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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1927)
Mr. an d Mrs. Roy C o rb e tt and
d au g h ters spent the week end at
S a m i- Wcrkly P aper Published at Ashland, O r e g o n
Diam ond Lake and C rater Lake.
f orm erly t hé C entral Point and A shland Am erican
Mr*. Amy W eedon o f K lam ath
E ast Main S tre e t
F alls atten d e d the old tim e dance
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last F rid ay night. Mrs. W eedon is
v isitin g her m other, Mrs. J. M. Me-
C allister th is week.
A d v ertisin g Ratos Given on A pp lication
H om er C hapm an o f S an F ra n
HORNBROOK N OTES
E ntared a t the Postoffice a t A shland, Orago on, as Second Class
Lowe, Mrs. W. P. K ansan, Mrs. cisco is visiting his b ro th e r A. B.
Slattar, under the Act of Congress of M a rc h 3, 187s
N. A. Buckner, Mrs. A da Fowler, C hapm an and relativ es in A shland
Continued From Page 3
Member S T A T E E D I T O R IA L A S S O C IA T I O N
Mrs. E lda Fowler, Mrs. Sam Goa- fo r a few weeks.
M emhor N A T IO N A L E D I T O R IA L A S S O C IA T IO N
Miss Rebecca and son C arl, spent
ney, Mrs. Ira M ottem , Mrs. Wm.
S atu rd ay w ith frie n d s in Copco.
Mr. and Mrs. W ill Michell of
In a recent editorial, the suggestion was made that E ld er A rch er o f C o ttag e G rove i Stone, Mrs. A lfred Hughes, Mrs. G ran
ite stre e t an d Mrs. E m m a Ma-
Ashland prepare an exhibit for the purpose of getting visited frien d s here last week.
f B urns called a t th e T hom
before prospective settlers an AI O unston an d Kay M agruder ingcam p, Mrs. G. W. Minich, Mrs. as hom e M onday evening. Mrs.
M innia F erral, Mrs. Lois Corvan,
example of what the soil will o f O unsm uir m otored up fo r a few | Mrs.
C arl Deal and Mrs. aJn e M azey was fo rm ally Miss E m m s
produce. J. H. Fuller, secre h ours visit w ith re la tiv e s here T ranson.
O thers who called in the Jo o rfe tz .
Miss M ary Louise M urphy v isit
tary of the Chamber of Com Sunday.
afte rn o o n to o ffe r best
merce liked the idea, and using that as a basis worked E. E. Brown an d fam ily o f Cop w ere Mrs. Florence Greive, Mrs. ed Ju n e an d R uth E lam o v er th e
w ere business viaitors here S a t Nels D ennis, Mrs. L ina E ly b u rn w eek end an d a tte n d e d th e dance
out some splendid ideas that this paper whole heart- co
a t th e packinghouse.
and Mrs. A lbert W agner.
edly endorses and would like to see worked out.
School s ta rts in th e N eil creek
Mrs. S. G. C lark o f Copco was
t, S ep tem b er 12. Miss M arie
A portion of Mr. Fullers suggestion, is reprinted, in in tow n S unday m aking p re p a ra
NEIL C REEK
P re sc o tt will be th e te a c h e r th is
the hopes that it will arouse sufficient interest to cry tions to have th e body o f h er lit
i s t a l ^ a general sentiment into definite action.
tle . dau g h ter shipped to P o rtland
A large crowd atten d e d
the y ear.
Mr. and Mrs. A rth u r H am ak er
ki “What shall we do and how shall we do it? Ought In fa n tile P aralysis.
dunce will be S eptem ber 2. Thia o f K lam ath F alls took su p p er S u n
i to be the question on the lips of every merchant on
day evening w ith Mr. an d Mrs.
Mr. an d Mrs. N. A. B uckner will be our last dance th is season.
our street, of every city official, of every property and Mrs. A rnold R ad er and d au g h Mr. and Mrs. G. B. P itch er o f Alex M cC allister an d Mrs. M. J.
owner in Ashland, and if that question were asked of ter, Je a n , m otored to Y reka Wed- C ottage Grove and Mrs. J. H. M cCallister.
Kirk o f D orena, O regon a re v isit
wm the first thing to be done is to attend | nesday.
h i l e G o ld ” S t i r r i n g P i c t u r e
: to our business street. It is our exhibit building today, Mr». G. D K ra ft an d d au g h ter, ing th e ir m other, Mrs. K err a t " W
to be as fu ll o f d ra m a tic
Mabel w ere Y reka visitors H elm s Service S tation.
\ we might erect another $10,000 home for exhibits as T Miss
an egg is o f m eat, Je t-
Grants Pass has done, but we do not need it. What we Mrs. M. T. W alsh, retu rn ed td Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Kincaid, and ta G ouldal’s new s ta r vehicle,
tw o children Mrs. C lara T aylor, “ W hite G old" com es to th e V ining
do need is to make every window in Ashlands Busi- O akland Friday.
and Mr. and Mrs. A rth u r Ham-
• ness section A show window! We may display our re- Mrs. H a rrie t R agsdale retu rn ed a k e r and son J. C. o f K lam ath S un d ay and M onday. K enneth
pson is lead in g m an.
i; sources and our opportunities in a manner that will to S acram en to la?? w eek a f te r a Falls, had picnic d in n er in th e p ark Thom
i count! Right now we have several vacant buildings two w eeks visit witfi IT m other,
G. W. Minich and child
which can be utilized to good advantage by filling the ren Mrs.
visited frie n d s here T hursday.
windows with products not only of Ashland, but of Mrs. Je n n ie Hobson.
! Oregon. Nothing attracts more attention than a mass- Boyd W ag n er m otored to
TIRES THAT STAND THE “GAFF” MILE
Ì ed display of one kind of product, and every vacant G reenview S atu rd ay .
store window in Ashland should be filled with some- Miss G ladys Cole o f A shland
sp en t several days here last week
thing produced in Oregon.
w ith h er m other, Mrs. Mollie Cole.
Smooth, easy miles—over bumps, boulders
One entire store front may be filled with Ashland Helen S p earin o f K lam ath Falls
ruts— United States tires are world-known
granite in an attractive setting which will advertise in viaited h er g ran d m o th er, Mrs. S a r
that stand up under the most trving' con
a most effective manner the superior quality of this ah S p earin last week.
Put on a U. S. Royal or an USCO bal-
product, another store front may be filled with an ex Mr. an d Mrs. G. A. H anson of
aLn(i then note their advantages—you will
hibit of the cannery, telling the world that Ashland latives here.
fihd them many.
'raisea cherries, peaches and tomatoes unsurpassed on A n u m b er o f frien d s o f Mrs.
’ the Pacific Coast. The mineral springs may be suit Jane T ran so n m et T h u rsd ay a t
ably presented so that the passing guest may decide to her hom e w here a d in n e r p arty
atay and investigate the merits of these waters. Our was held in honor o f her 80th
fruits and vegetables, grasses and grains will of
follow ing; Mrs. T obitha Jacob*,
course form an exhibit of value and importance as Mrs. Je n n ie H obson. Mrs. Wm.
$br AaljUuiii Krgiatrr
Lets tell our own people “What Ashland Has,”
lets do it so often and so perfectly that they will be-
come salesman for Ashland, when that job is com
pleted, when Ashland people are sold on their own
community the seed for a greater and a better Ash
land will have been sown in a seed bed of remarkable
fertility, and the harvest M ill be a good one.
ing an d has scored a triu m p h
w herever shown. The su p p o rtin g
cast is said to be excellent.
M ay n ard ’s
ex p erien ces
seem to vary from one ex trem e to
an o th er.W h ile he an d th e com pany
w ere on location m aking
w here in S o m ra ,” com ing to th e
local th e a tre n ex t T uesday an d
W ednesday, w ere snow ed in fo r
several days above Lone
C alifo rn ia. The p ictu re, by
way, is said to be a w orth while
Paints, Oila, 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
M yrtle P o in t— S everal im p o rt
a n t new business buildings n ea r
J. O. RIGG
D ayton— E ight m iles M cM inn-l
ville highw ay will be refin ish ed .
K lam ath F alls— B uilding per
m its fo r Ju ly reach $377,488.
will other things suggest themselves from time to)
time. Oijr Summer Art School could, I am sure, be in 1
duced to provide posters and art work to fill a window
and advertise throughout the year the work of this
school, and it would not be inappropriate for our
Nonnal school to occupy a space devoted to the work
o t tha.school. I am sure the variety and color that
would result by carrying out this plan on a really ef-j
fective scale would be outstanding, would be original
45c Qt. 25c Pt.
and would attract attention.
The fact that we have a few vacant stores right
This lotion contains
now may be capitalized and made an asset. Owners
menthol and boracic
of the. places should gladly co-operate to carry out
acid which adds to its
else. L^t's fill every one of these windows and an uni
que and original manner, ask the manufacturer of
thus making it an
Oregoty to co-operate and lets pull the biggest street
ideal preparation to
show and Fall opening ever seen in Southern Oregon,
use after shaving.
and I venture the prophesy that we mayget Some pub
licity that will be heard of from far and near and the
benefit will not be of a passing moment but of a last
We are the gateway to Oregon, we give the first im
“Use the Mail”
pression of Oregon and we should strive to give the
best so that having travelled the length of the Pacific
Highway many of these tourists, and home seekers
may return and say, ”1 am going to make my home in Y ou w ill lik e
in la n d . I see opportunity here” or returning to their
home* in the East may say, “Ashland has the climate,
Ashland has the scenery, Ashland has the water, Ash-
B e tte r if Y ou S to p at
) land has the soil, Ashland has the schools, whatever
.. you are seeking Ashland has it!”
^ te ljft^ w a r i
Now that a slogan has been selected, what are we S IX T H and S PR IN G STREETS
going to do with it? The Lithians did a fine work,
when they promoted the con-
test, and in our opinion their
selection was a wise one, but
. —->t is simply the start, a slo-
gan, alone will do nothing, it is now up to the Lithians
to continue the work thev have started, and see that
the slogan, is placed before the greatest number o f1
Tne plan they have in mind, of having thousands of
cards printed and distributed is a good one, the plan
of H. L. ( laycomb to utilize the slogan on the pro
posed sign boards will help materially, but the great-
conu* from this slogan, by every individ
N ew MinWw Dollar Annex
ual finding out that which we have, and spreading
the g<»od word along the line.
Enthusiasm is contagious, and there is nothing that $2.00 par d m j up w ithout
92-30 par 4a? up wuh bach
so appeals to a new comer as a united community
spreading the gospel of a communities advantages.
•car ai saavtca «*
Hiere never was a successful salesman who did not
P itt a ti Coffa*
believe heart and soul in that which he was selling.
The only way Ashland can be sold to the outside
*<>*W “ to p t the right start at home.
Tne Lithians, the ( hamber of Commerce and the
Klwanis club, could well sponsor a movement design- H - C - F R Y M A N . P r o p r i e t o r
u/w 6 e .^ ea
filin g this community to it-
aeli. When that is done, then we are in a position to
fbll to outside people.
Trade in your old tire*.
Leedoms Tire Shop
D ep en d a b le S e r v ic e io C u sto m ers
—D ividen ds f o r Shareholders
C ustom ers of T he C alifornia Oregon F\xwei
C om pany in homes and factories used 293,000,000
kMovratt hours of electrical energy last yoar.
M ore th a n 3000 p refe rred shareholders receive
dividends regularly b y check every th ree months.
T he capital supplied by investors in th e C om
p an y 's preferred shares goes d irectly in to p er
m anent, useful public u tility properties.
T he confidence of o ur thousands of custom ers
rests on th eir knowledge of th e fact th a t depend-
e&e sertrk e is furnished a t reasonable rates.
T h e inv estm e n t confidence of m ore th a n 3,000
shareholders is m erited b y th e fact th a t dividends
alw ays arrive regularly, b y check, on th e due date.
A copy of th is 16-page
book, describing and illus
tra tin g th e properties of
T h e C a l i f o r n i a O re g o n
Pow er C om pany, will be
sen t to you on r e q u e s t ,
to g eth er w i t h c o m p l e t e
in form ation a b o u t invest
m ent in th e C o m p an y ’s
CO M PA N
T h e
Y ou will find Suggestions galore and positively
The Latest Fashions at
W hore You and Econom y Meet
New Fall Garments Just Arrived !
But there s many more coming
Some of th e m ost b ea u tifu l shades
com binations, f u r trim m ed
absolutely th e m o « a ttra c tiv e and
b eau tifu l co ats we have show n «r
you have seen anyw here.
P rin te d gowns, p ajam as and com
b in atio n s o f pongee and
crap es in all p astel shades.
Priced reasonably, r t n f i i i f in size
• a « SO t . 934 so
Fresh from the m etro p o litan style
cen ters— fashioned to su it
ta ste o f th e m odern w om an, and
in keeping w ith
modes. T his lo t priced a t only