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ASH LAND .
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The predominating color o f wo- j
men’s dresses this fall and winter j
will be black, with a small amount
o f coloring, according to Mr. J.
H. McGee, local clothing mer
chant who with Mrs. McGee, re
turned from Market Week at San
T U E S D A Y , A U C U S T 30, 1927.
KIWANIS ÏO HAYE
P ic n ic
B « O b served
G o lf
N U M B E R 31.
BY A MAGAZINE
N a tio n a l P u b lic a tio n
H olds C om m ercia l
P o s s ib ili
The Ashland Kiwanis club will
I observe Labor Day with a picnic
! and go lf tournament at the golf
! grounds according to a decision
reached at their last meeting. V.
D. Miller and Fred Engle will be
] captains o f two teams composed 1
o f a division o f the entire Kiwan-'
is membership, and under the j
leadership o f these two men. tw o ,
foursomes as well as mixed four- j
somes will he the feature o f the Sandy Soil,
day. The details of these contest. Temperature is Secret of
as well as the personell o f the two
Fred Repps Success
teams will not be named uptil the
day o f the event, and special
handicaps based upon the atten- D O ESN’T T H U M P
j dance will be w'orked out. Th
| committee having the a ffa ir in Can Tell When They are
charge are J. W. McCoy, V. D.
Ripe by Merely Giving
The current issue o f the Coun
try Gentlemen contains an article
o f intciest to southern
farmers regarding the winter blue
grass grown and championed in
this valley by C. C. Hoover.
The article follows:
“ Winter blue grass, sometimes
called bulbous blue grass it spread
ing in acreage in Southern Ore
gon and holds considerable com Divisions Lines Between
Chief McNabb as Admin
mercial promise. This grass, a na Various Arhland Schools
istrator for Russell Riley
tive o f Italy, is finding increasing
Estate Finds Fortune
favor as lawn grass, especially in
the south, where Bermuda grass
As a whole, the 1927-28 styles}
ILL FOR W E E K S
BONDS NE G O T IA B LE I are more beautiful, and yet less
has for so long been one o f the H O L D SPE CIAL E X AM S
bast grasses in lawn mixtures. By
expensive than ever before. Mr.
Active and Busy Life Re-
continuing the use o f Bermuda Friday September Ninth
Local Officers Surprised M"Gee believes. The very latest
suited in the Accom-
grass as one base and adding win
at Lack of Care Taken fashions, combined with all the
Is Day Set for Making up
plishment of Much
j :M,ller and C. J. Read.
Them a “Once Over”
ter blue grass, a lawn that
by Telegraph Operator
Delinquent W ork
Superintendent of Schools G. A.
green the year around is possible,
I possible to put into clothing were
H. G. Enders. Sr., pioneer Ash-1 Brisco«, gave a report on the re-
There is not the demand, nor is as the winter blue grass grows on
Russell Riley, fo r many vears on display at the convention, and
In a statement Issued today
the heavy production o f wat- ly in winter, while the Bermuda
night operator for
o f Schools G. A.
Telegraph Company who dropped '‘" n manufacturers were represent- most progressive citizens in the wanis clubs held at Spokan» Mr , ormelons during u cold rniny «c.i- gras:* is green only in the summer.
Ilriscoe today outlined the en-
So far winter blue grass has not
giead recently at Redding whi'e on *>di
veteran produced the see bulblets charac tra.ice requirements for Ashland
his report brought out the brings on, Fred Repp
his way to Southern California,
The i-oats this fall and w in te rjday afternoon following an illness I and
rower o f waterme lons, who each teristic o f the grass in any place school, and gave
that the greatest good that
had infinite faith in the public >■ will be nearly all fur trimmed, o f several weeks. The deceased:
the conclugon o f Chief o f Police chiefly with the new “ shawl col- has made Ashland his home for ’cbming to Kiwanis clubs and their ye ar for “ Longer than he can re- except Jackson county in South ing as well as general information
George McNabb who as admnis- lars,” Mr. McGee says. Plain tans, the past twenty years, during the membership» is not from the mere nemt er” has grown watermelon« ern Oregon. There it is also prov relative to the opening o f school.
n the Repp place near Talent, de ing an'important oasture grass. C.
trator o f the estate, found $8500 (blue and black are the popular entire time being actively engag- ( donating o f dollars but from the
Mr. Briscoe’s statement ia as fo l
Personal service that is given in clared recently. For that reason C. Hoover pastured fift y head of
in government bonds, reposing in shades, although the sport coat is
he first came to Ashland the carrying out o f Kiwanis activ this year has not been as success cows on ten acres o f grass from lows;
a dresser drawer, in the deceased’ another o f the very popular mod-
Ashland Schools begin the year
ful from a watermelon standpoint April 1 to late May o f this year at
room in a lo-al hotel. In addition els- These also will be fur trimmed, he established a store where the itics- The t » lk was interesting and
1927-28 on Monday September 12.
Wick furniture Company is now i inspiring, and the local delegates as the year 1926. Last year o ff of which time the grass was
to/ this amount $810.00 in cash I
Mr. McGee brought home a
High school pnpilr. vho wish to
was found on Riley’s body after, choice selection o f the latest gar- ' ocatpd, and in 1911 built the p re-.^ '1'* h.
is eners many i eas tc four acres, Mr. Repp took a total promising.
o f $1800.00 worth o f the large
Pasture records are to be kept interview the principal may do so
ments displayed at the exhibition, j wnt business block on
Main | wor on>
juicy fruit or what ever you might by Mr. Hoover during the next during the week o f September 6
Chief McNabb with F. F. R iley .! The general trend in all lines of , stre,‘t which bears his name,
call them Resides watermelons.
winter pasture season, starting to 12. Those who have not been
assistant Chief engineer o f
the j clothing, he says, is toward the
Several years ago he sold his re-
in the Ashland
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and ,<,ss expensive and more attractive tal1 in,ere!,t* to his son Henry En-
they are to at
It is w ith the d eep est sor
weather, constant attention and a
a brother o f the former local man garments.
<J<“rs ■1J '- and established the En
More promising than pasture,
tend high school to interview Mr. <
ro w and r e g r e t that the eiti-
however, are the possibilities of
has been closing up some o f the
that is well and favornbly known
aens o f A sh la n d lea rn o f the
has made a name fo r the Repp winter blue grass as a seed crop Forsythe, the nrincipal, during
details o f the estate, and it was
through out all o f Southern Ore
passing o f o a r frie n d and f e l
watermelons in southern Oregon for this particular region. Seed that week. Grade school children
during this that the finding o f the
lo w citiacn H. G. E nders, Sr.
characterizes his success at this yields range from 600 to 700 lbs. should see the Superintendent at
bends was announced although
H . G. E nders. Sr., cam e to
business. " I t is easy for the sup an acre under very orjinary cir his office any time during the
Mr. Enders Sr., was born near
bey were located shortly after
week beginning September 6.
to exceed the demand,” he cumstances.
Benton Harbor, Michigan, Novem
Riley’s death by the Chief who
Special examinations will be held
has been d u rin g all his years
stated yesterday,” and for that
placed them and personal e ffe c ts L o c a l T eai
T ak es K lam ath Falls ber 21, 1861, and as he grew to
Its habit o f winter growth adds at the high nchool on Friday,
young manhood, migrated to the
in a safety deposit vault.
P e lic a n «
to the value o f the crop in South September 9. to make up any de
and fo r w a r d lo o k in g citiaens
five acres each year. The mark"*
west, where he successfully engag-
O f f ic e r » A m a ze d
ern Oregon. On the Hoover ranch linquent work. This examination
w e have e v e r had.
i' largely supplied in Ashland and
| ed in business in Cheyene. W’ yom-
The Chief, and others who were
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last winter blue grass, growing fo r both grade and high school
could look back o v e r a racord
Talent while last year several
with him at the time the discov-
In what many a local base ball
and Boise, Idaho, prior to his
all winter where it had volunteer pupil* will be held at 9 o'clock.
o f m ore accom p lish m en ts fo r
loads were «old in Medford, this
ery o f the bonds was made were Yan declared to be the best game coming to Ashland. He leaves to
ed in an old stand o f alfalfa, yield
The diviwion line between
being the first year that Mr. Rt pn
the b e n e fit and u p b u ild in g o f
amazed at the presumably careless 'if baseball they had ever seen rnourn his death, his wife, two
ed 600 pounds o f seed, which was
kis c ity than could M r. E n
way in which such a large amount I the Ashland Boas, deDa’ ed the hoys, Henry, Jr., and John and
threshed before the first crop o f
school* ia Third and
T h e w h ole c iliz e n r y
o f negotiable securities was l e f t 1 Klamath Falls Pelicans Sunday af- one daughter, Mrs. Maude Fride-
alfalfa attained size enough to be
M elons A r e C rossed
tc.uioon, for the championship of C’ar. and a brother Phil,
injured. During the summer, with
p rogress th at
north and west o f Gresham
The melons tha* I ? raises are the winter blue grasc
Rib v always carried a large I Southern Oregon by a score o f 2| home is in South Bend, Indiana.
street to Iowa will go to
fa ith ia this com m u n ity has
a cross hetween “ Jumbo and Klec- ' hree crops o f alfalfa were harves
amnun* of money wpb him. it was to 1.
The funeral will be held Wed-
accom plish ed, and his m em
Washington school. Those liv
ted. That plant forms a
discovered, he having the habit o f
Davis on the mound for the lo- nesday afternoon at kwo-thirty, at
o ry w ill n e v e r be fo r g o tte n .
ing east o f Gresham street
dense «od and stands severe pas
accumulating funds until
they als won a warm spot in the a f the Elks Temple while interment
A shland w ill close fro m 2 :30
and south o f Iowa will go to
F u n eral services fo r
turing in winter.”
reached $1400. or $’ 500. then he fections o f every Boa fan by his will be made at the Mausoleum.
E nders w ill be con du cted by
o’ clock P. M. to 3 :3 0 o ’ clock
the Lincoln school. This in
would buy a thousand dollar gov excellent pitching and his teams
In the passing o f this distin
clude* one to six.
Elks L o d g e N o. 944 fro m the
A u gu st
ernment bond and s*art his ac ¡.i&tes by playing air tight ball, guished citizen Ashland has suf
E lks T e m p le , W ed n esd a y a f
Pupil* o f the first grade must
cumulation all over again. In so howed themselves to be deserving fered an irreparable loss. Always
tern oon , A u g u s t 31st,
be six year* old on or before Octo
D ated this 30th
day o f
far >s it is known now he always ¡a f the championship honors,
a builder, one who with progres
A u gu st, 1927.
at 2 :3 0 o ’ clock.
ber 3, 1927. and beginner* cannot
carried his money with him. How-1
The line up was as follows
sive ideas and the courage o f his
It is m y requ est, and I do
he accepted later than
C. H. P IE R C E ,
ever he was not invincible in the , BOAS
convictions, carried to the success
AB R H
September 26. 1927.
h ereb y p ro claim , that ou t o f
matter o f finances fo r the admin- Marlow,
,.larlo\ c f .........
ful completion many local
4 1 2
O ne H u n dred T w t n t> -F iv e C h ild
r ts p e c t to the m em ory o f our
A ll pupils o f the seventh, eighth
jects, that have resulted in mater
istrator found approximately five McSbant,
5 0 0
D ay is R e co rd fo r
d ep a rted b ro th e r aad citiaen,
Eugene school budget for 1927-
and ninth B grades will go to the
ial benefit to the community in
^thousand dollars worth o f mining | Spores, se
sc .............. ...4 0 0
that a ll hueineae houeoe ia
28 is «343,179.
Junior high school. A ll Ninth A
which he made his home. His going
and oil stocks, that resembled in Hoffard. If ..... ..... .2 0 0
pupil« will go to the Senior High
will not only be keenly felt by
name at least the wild cat variety, Drolettc, lb
2 0 t
Tomorrow U the last opportun School.
those loved one« in his immediate
the value o f these stocks will not Drolette, lb .
2 0 0
ity for the children o f Ashland and
General teacher’* meeting will
family, but by the community in
he known until letters sent out to Robbins. 3b ............ .. 3
Southern Oregon to enjoy the pri be held in the Senior High School
which he toiled for ac unstinting-
ascertain their value are returned. Logan, r f .............. . 3 0 0
vileges o f the community play
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Made Few Friends
2 1 1
ground. according to Mias Fay
The Enders store will be closed
Those who knew Riley, and who | Davis,
Davia, p ........ .............3 0 1
Carver, supervisor for on Thurs
all day Wednesday.
were the first to discover the
day morning, workman will begin
Another incident took
place under him to chase Bragg oat.
large amount o f bonds he left lay-
TO TA L S
27 2 4
soon after this; some o f our of-
So on Oct. 1, 1862, the army packing up the apparatus fo r the
K L A M A T H F A LLS —
H IL T Y IS G IV E N
ficers got into a fight near Rich- broke camp at Louisville end start winter rest
aghast at this small fortune be Mitchell, ss
4 0 I 0
The Eagle Meat Market ha* been
A FINE OF $400 mond, Ky.. and our forces got the ed after 3rs -* «v^rtaning him
During the past summer, an av
ing handled in the manner
in Grant, 2b ............
and J. G.
4 0 2 0
worst o f it and were falling back; T ' Po-TVV-ll® eh®* •>'-t '
erage o f from 126 to 156 children purchased by 8. L.
(Continued on Page 6)
Powell, 3b .......
3 0 0 0
Buell, o f Myrtlerreek, Oregon, it
The possession o f six pints o f ! « h» d *one out about 16 miles to
.... 4 0 1 0
The 82d Ind., did no fighting ground each day. Mia* Carver say*, was announced yesterday, and the
liquor cost Louis Hilty four hun-1
a W» K ° " * * '" •
Peterson, c ..... .... ....4 0 1 0
there, but did lay close in rear, totalling nearly 40,000 during the new owner* will take posae**ion o f
Shino, c f ........ ..... ....4 0 0 0 dred dollar, when he plead n i t l y I Co1' Hunter had U8 pUt ° " ° ” and could see orderlies riding over 92 day* it wa* open.
the husinea* Thursday.
to a charge o f possession In Jus- b* yo» « U ’ » y ‘ ng we were liable
Williams, r f ............. 3 0 0 0
The new one* were in the meat
In addition to thi* a swimming
tice o f the Peace L. A. Roberts \
rh* r* * d on by calvary at the field, hear the guns and see
Heath, if ..............
in Myrtlerreek for a
court Monday. Hilty was arrest- * ny time-
Henion, p ..........
2 0 0 0
number o f year», and are familiar
A n d G e t a F re e G allo n o f
ed Saturday afternoon by Acting
TO TA LS
37 1 7
with every part o f the trade. A l
G asolin e Besides
Chief o f Police Charlie Claus. j
m* ke UP
ni* ht we followed the next
morning, clause* w erejriven with an equal
though no radical changes are
Struek out— by Davis 12, by . O fficers Sam Prescott and Talent. | ov*rtook “ * Some were scared passing over some of the battle number o f students.
Hen ion 6. Bases on balls—
— For that is what you re
Miss Carver believes the biggest planned in the near future, it l*
o f , lat the soft drink stand operated by|They imaIPn*d the woodhouae full ground. A number o f dead lay
ceive when you put a fifty -
| along the road and by a fence to ' need o f the playground next year their intention to continue and ev
■ him near the Southern Pacific de-
When we got out about IS miles i ‘.he right; it was a ghastly sight. ia for a full time supervisor. It is en improve the service that was
j — Boas 4; K. Falls 6. Wild pitches j
cent classified ad in the
and was passing an orchard on the
I — Davis 1. Henion 1. First on e r - 1
We followed up a* far a* Crab impossible fo r one person to prop extended during the ownership o f
right where the train had parked Orchard, then gave up the chase, erly watch the large number o f C . L. May, form er proprietor.
rors— Boas 0, K. Falls 1. Double
Mr. Buell and hi* son are en
W h a te v e r It Is, a C la ssified
SERVICE LIG H TS l o f the boys in front of me not Cumberland River.
pitcher— Boas 0. K. Falls 0. Urrb
the large swimming and dancing thusiastic with the loeal condi
A d W ill Da I t !
knowing what outfit it was got
pireo— Pool and Riggs. Scorer—
H ad N o T e a ts
clause, daring the abort
period tion* o f thi* city, and are partic
E. H. Aadtke. Time of game, tiro
Guy Good, loeal electrical man, ! scared and broke and run.
We had no tent*, so we set up now given to thin work eneb day, ularly pleased with the climate
They’re Cheap, and effec
here. They have travelled both to
hours and 15 minute*.
ha* been appointed service man
I mid, 1 have a load In my gu n , stake« and rails and covered with she nays.
tive. and always they are
fo r the new Neon Gas fixture* I'll get o m shot before I run.” with straw and fodder two rows.
I f the program wa* to be en the north and south, but find the
Lester Philip*, son o f Mrs. L. A. that are being placed on Standard But I believe a dozen cavalrymen «nd fire* between, ao we got well larged to include m k I i a supervis climate in Ashland superior to any
Phillip*. 1068 E Main street was in 1 oil station«. HU territory lie# be- eould at that time have atamoeded .»o k e d ; a cornfield and pumpkins or. Mis* Carver believe*
there they have encountered elsewhere.
G E T FR EE T IC K E T S
th« whole regiment
near by that helped us out in eats. would be more swimming classes
Ashland Friday on bosmem. and twvmi Grant« Paa* and Ashland
Wo lay there nntfl morning.
We were not there long until we both for th* children and ndulta.
H ark Butterfield, ann o f »
vUited for a short time wKh his
To familiarise himself with the
parents. Mr. Phillip* now con new system. Mr. Good has spent then guarded the trains hack ta were taken to Gallatin, where we thi* being one o f tho major needs and Mr». H. O. Butterfield o f U
For Cash Payments
IiOuirrfna. The battle o f Shiloh were provided with
hut at the prenent time, and it would city returned home yesterday fvi
nected wth the Royal Importing ^
k assisting th* install-
had been fought and Bragg was1 went thru a stronous timo doing further be possible to arrange an Woodburn, Calif., where he h
company, and U travelling through 1
TH E A S H L A N D
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, ation at the various stations in th*
inter-city tennis tournament with been employed during the numnn
making a raid iato Kentucky, and guard, picket duty aad drill.
this territory in company with the
R EG ISTER
w ie* manager o f that concern to
" " d M * "t yesterday at the Buell had com* to
Mr. Butterfield will enter the N<
At Gallatin th* measle* broke thi* added aupervhdon.
mal thi* fall.
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where the forces were organised
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familiarise himself with the work. | Grant* Pass unit.
According to Mr. McGee, these \
dresses will be made chiefly of
crepe satin, although some will be ! H. G. Enders Completes
o f georgette, crepe romans and a [
Lifes Cycle at 2:15
few o f the more expensive ones of I
BOAS NAMED CHAMPS
BY SUNDAYS WINN1N6
WEDNESDAY IS LAST
DAY OF PLAYGROUND
ArmyExperience o f Country
Boy A s Told by Local Man
MYRTLE CREEK MEN
BUY EAGLE MARKET