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A S H L A N D REGISTER
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turned Saturday from a two weeks them and this prevents the help-
| strangely enough found
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Beetle end
vacation spent in San Francisco, j yourael/ faahion in which » m e
been »hot in the right wriat just as Mr». Earl B.egle and son le ft for
!.rs A n g e ie s ami other California i»eopie are likeiy to get greedy and ■
had oecn, but he had a bone broil- their home at Oceanside, Caif., via
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vaste food because their eyes were
,n, while the ball passed between Lake Tahoe. Mrs. Earl Beetle has 1 cities.
Miss Vada Peters, who has been ¡ bi*Ker than thelr 8tom* chï*
H d no? ."sTth i m wer a f h e t e j the hone, in my wrist. It lodged seen visiting her parents. Mr. and
I f you are not sure o f dry wood j
■ fit for duty under the skin on the opposite Mrs. A. Erickson while Mr. ami visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
and many never were
side, and I have it yet.
! Mrs. Clyde Beegle made a trip to S. A. Peters, Sr., fo r the past two for starting the picnic fire, take
weeks, returned Monday morning aing a can o f “ solid” alcohol. Set
The «2nd Ind., fell back t o j C» " “ d* and back*
A fter a s -ason there our forces
Portland, where she is employ under the wood, it will start the
were sen. to Nashville, where lat Snodgrass Hill, and was the first
ed at the R. G.-Dunn & Company fire. I f you save your candle ends,
er on we got ready bor the Battle
they will answer the same purpose.
where Thomas took charge and I '5®‘*n t0 visit her parents. Mrs. J mercantile establishment,
o f Stones River.
Weiners may be roasted in the
We moved out a few miles and
corn popper, shaking it over the
went into camp. The doctor came
coals to turn the weiners which
around to see if all were fit for killed just . ‘ few minutes after. He Mrs Berth* Heer • «o ™ P “ nied after having spent the summer at
are on the inside.
h u„«i, k,.* Mia* Hay» to Portland where she Westwood, California,
duty; I was suffering with the
Sofa cushions covered with oil
mups, so when he came to me he
Mr. Ralph DeBast o f Portland is ’ *re Pl tr<
wi" att‘*’ld South- cloth, make it safe fo r the picnick
aayg, ‘‘You have no business ont fell.
visiting at the Scroggins Apart- *“rn Oregon Normal school again ers to sit on the ground without
in this kind o f weather: get in the
I did not get back to the regi
| *h** Y®*1’-
ambulance and go back to Nash ment until after the Battle o f ment at 96 Laurel street.
M. Briggs and
Lookout Mountain and Mission!
Billy Jr., returned Monday even Jackie Coogan Coming
Had the Mump*
Ridge. We lay that Winter, 1861 family returned Saturday evening
ing from a week end trip to Cres
la “ The Bugle Call”
This was Dec. 26, 1860. I did and 1864. at Ringgold, Ga., dur from a two weeks vacation spent
cent City. They were accompan
not realise my danger; after I had ing which time we had a litt'c at Dairey Creek near Bly, Oregon.
ied to Crescent City by Mr. and
A thrilling horseback ride, and
found lodging in the old Zollicof fracas at Buzzards Roost. We were Most of their time was occupied in
Mrs. E. D. Briggs, and Mr. and a strange adventure with Indians
fer Barracks the next morning l out hunting up the Johnnies get
Mrs. J. J. McNair, these two fam are among the feats o f
was made conscious o f the doctor’s ting ready for the Atlanta cam
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gustafson
ilies with Nancy Brown remained Coogan in his newest role on the
o f this city are leaving Thursday
over at the Coast City fo r a few screen, as a bugle boy in the ca
Our Major Paul E. Slocum was fo r their new home at Jennings
I remained there until after the
valry post in “ The Bugle Call,” his
battle then went to the regiment killed there, and on** or two oth Lodge. Oregon.
Miss Verda Hopkins who has new picture showing at the Vining
Mrs. Emma Oeder and daught
at Murfreesboro, where we lay un ers. We charged down thru a
been visiting relatives in Ashland Theatre Thursday and
til April 10, 1863, when we were piece o f woods, fell back and was er, Linda, who have been spend
and vicinity for several weeks has Jackie arith his hair cut
forming on the left. I Hepped one ing several weeks at their cabin
sent to Triune, Tenn.
plays a role new to most o f his
We lay there for quite awhile step to left, Ed. Tibbetts, stepped
work there at the home o f her fans— but Jackie thinks its the
doing camp and picket duty, and in my place, and was shot and turned to their home on Granite
Mrs. W. A. Eves.
best he’s ever done. He doesn’t
building breastworks, so we got mortally wounded. He lived but street
like long hair any more.
Mr. and Mr». Bert Jenkins an
plenty of exercise. An incident oc two or three days.
PEARS E X H IB ITE D
A story o f daring and dangers
We were right up with the fo r
curred there that I wilt mention.
on the «ridely read novel by
There arms a man, Hiram Rey ce« on the Atlanta campaign. Our boy, born August 27th. 1927. at
by Guy Jackson Gregory, "Desert V slley”
nolds, in Co. H. next to Go K, greatest lose on the campaign,
Prescott are on display in the starring Buck Jones, shosr* at the
where I belonged had served on which lasted four month», waa on Baudiach. The young son has been
o f Hardy Bros, grocery local theatre Saturday.
a gunboat, so we all called him Aug. 7, near Atlanta. One hun named James Albert.
store. The interesting feature o f
With a very fine
“ Gunboat." He drank some, and dred o f our regiment were detail
he the display is thst the entire clust cast which includes
was guard. He got in a fuss with ed to go on skirmish line, and out evening fo r Portland where
Washington Mosier over a mess o f the 100, 26 o f us— more than will be the speaker at a meeting
Mr. Hardy says “ What Ashland and filmed among the scenes o f
pan; Mosier was the com|>any
were killed and i to be held ther® tonight.
unusual beauty in the Mojave de
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Butler and
cook. Reynolds went into his tent wounded.
The pears are o f exceptionally sert, the latest Fox feature pro
I was there struck just below *dr- and ®*rs- Emil Piel, who are
got his gun and came out.
fine quality, almost
perfectly vides a fine all-round entertain
Mosier saw him and stepped into the right eye with a minie ball. motor>niT thru
formed and o f large size.
the messhouse and looked out thru It cut the bone. Then I lost two sta,e8> w*" return the latter part
a crack just as Reynolds fired. The very dear comrades. George
PIC N IC T R A P P IN G S
Springfield— New modern Lor-
bullet went clear thru Mosier’s j Warren and Joseph Foster. W ar went via Klamath Falls, Bend, and
It is an aid to the hurry-up pic an mill plant «rill cut 40.000 feet
head and fell on his bunk on the ren lived only a few hours; killed to The Dal,es on the The Palles-
by a piece o f shell; Foster w as! California Highway, going from nic to have always on hand a sup
other side of the tent.
Coquille— New city «veil yields
Cos. K and H were at dinner truck below the knee, and leg there to Portland, Seattle and oth-
the picnic basket equipped with 200,000 gallons a day, enough for
and it created quite a stir. Mosier w..s taken o ff above. History says
paper city use.
Mrs. Gertrude Fraley and two salt and pepper shakers,
was a fine man, well liked in the he died o f wounds.
napkins, plates, drinking cups, oil
We were with Sherman when he ¡ cbBdren’ B '"y and Betty, depart-
cloth, tables cloth, fryin g
Reynolds was duly tried and sent that famous order, “ Hold the ed ^h'8 m°rning to r their home
and thermos bottle. I f you do not j I Paint«, Oil«, Glass Var
found guilty of murder. He was fort, for I am coming,” and with
hnvc these assembled in one place, 11 nish,
him to the sea. We were at the ley has been spending the past
later hung in Nashville.
it will help to have a list o f them
Oa Hu March
siege o f Savanah and then north several weeks with her sister, Mrs.
Felts, Enamels, Decor-
pinned up somewhere in kitchen or
Hal McNair on Oak street.
We remained at Triune until ward thru the Carolinas.
ette and Varnish Stains.
Mrs. David Peterson and child
June 23, 1863. A fter that we were I was at Goldsboro, N. C., when
mishing around getting ready for
on the march a good deal chasing the war closed. From there we hik ren, who have been spending part
When you need a paint
the picnic, you can name over
the Johnnies; not very much fight ed on to Washington for the o f the summer camping near
Orescent Lake, so they could be
ing though until July 5, when we Grand Review.
e r o r anything in the
forgetting anything. It is a con
went into camp at
When our discharges were made near Mr. Peterson, who is a con
venience to have one pan which
painting line cstll
where we remained until Aug. 18, out they ^ere dated the 9th o f ductor on the Southern Pacific
have returned to their home on
ed with a hot or cold food, and the
J. O. RIGG
Then we started on the Chicks-
Mrs. Glenn and I visted the bat Pine street.
space between the two packed «rith
Captain and Mrs. F. M. Moore
mauga campaign. After leaving tle field o f Chickamauga in 1899,
shredded papers, will maintain its
Winchester we struck the Ten- at the time o f unvailing W ilder’s who have been visiting
hot or cold temperature fo r a long
«lessee River ut Bridgeport, where Brigade Monument. We were at
time— on the principle o f the ice
we had to bridge the river. When i the Snodgrass House. Mrs. Glenn left this morning for San Francis
box or therm» bottle. Thus a hot
we attempted it found that we did ‘ *ked the lady living there what co. On Sunday they were enter
or cold dish may be prepared at
not have pontoons enoughr so had a 'one grave meant just on the tained at the home o f Mr. and
to put up tenta part «ray and put rid«® above the house, and she Mrs. Chalmers Strange in Med
picnic. To take along a camp stove
planks on them.
said it was the grave o f one o f ford.
or the oven grate to lay over the
When the wagons began cross- \ Longstreet’s men, whose folks liv
«rill help «rith the cook-
ing the whole thing bent dosvn in ^ in that house at thst time; he daughter, spent the week end at
is hard to beat the
the river, so l with a lot o f other J
that near home and was kill-
Ben Forsythe family
are weiner, roasted on the end o f a
comrades, was detailed to help get ®d.
long stick and eaten, split and
the timbers out of the river; it was
The 82nd Ind., has a monu spending a two weeks vacation out
FO R D 13 P L A T E R U B
tpread «rith mustard, between the
a chilly night, and we had to «rade ment at the foot o f the ridge not
halve« o f a bun.
in near «raist deep.
far from the Snodgrass
House, and Dr. Crandall went to Pelican
BER C A SE B A T T E R Y
Quart berry boxes are a conven
We got po badly chilled doing which marks the spot where the Bay to fiah, and on Sunday, the
day was spent boating and fishing.
ao that the boss «vent to the sutler 82nd did her hardest fighting.
phernalia. In dishing out to the
and got some whiskey. I did not
I do not think the 82d fired a The Crandalls returned home Mon-
children— or the other folks— each
drink much and do not remember j shot at an enemy after the fall o f da>r morn' nR- but Mr. and Mrs.
one's portion o f sandwiches, cook-
o f tasting whiskey since, and I Atlanta.
Forsythe and children «rill not re-
ies, and fruit may be served
will be 83 years old the 12th of
All told there were 117 in Co. turn before next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Engle have
K and so far as I can learn there
We r. imaged to get over and are but six o f us left— t a fe O’ returned from the Lake o f the
help the «u ro n « up the mountain Neil, Dupont. Ind.; Harry Wood. Woods «rhere they have been
on the other side ind on Sept. t9 Columbus, Ind.; B. F. Wildman, spending a two weeks vacation.
M ANY NEW
were on the Crickamauga battle Wilmington, Ohio; Cspt R. P. E l Also Mr. Irving Vining ha« re
field, brigaded with the 17th and iott. 1,0« Angeles, Calif.; and one turned from hia summer’s so
31st Ohio in the First Brigade, comrade whose name and address journ at the Lake. Mr. and Mrs.
Third Division Fourteenth Corps, I fail to have; and myself, D. L. Billy Briggs and family, and Mr.
Glenn the youngest o f all, and I and Mrs. O. A. Paulserud,
among others who * have been
Only He sad Lafe Left
will be 83 the 12th o f December.
spending moat o f the summer at
We were close in front in sup
port o f other troops, but did no
A number o f G. A. R. men and their cabins at the Lake o f the
fighting on the 19th, but on the W. R. C. women went to Medford Woods, and who now have return
20th we had been moved to the Sunday to attend the funeral o f ed to their homes in Ashland. Mr.
right «rhere we lay in support of Mrs. Adams. The services were
the 17th and 31st Ohio.
held at the Conger Undertaking Mrs. Wilmer Poley, Mr. and Mrs.
For this month only we
But by some mistake Wood’s Parlors at 2 o’clock Sunday after E R. Isaacs, were among those
put a New Battery in
Division had been taken from the nooa.
A R M Y EXPERIENCE
right o f the I7th Ohio front line,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Donnally of Lake.
ao when attacked J>y Longstreet 107 N Main street arrived home
Dr. and Mr*. Herman Son —
about 9 o’clock the 17th Ohio had from San Francisco Sunday mom
o f San Francisco, are guests at the
to fall back. Col. Hunter not con ing. Mrs. Density has Seen taking home o f Mrs. Sommer’s parents,
scious o f this gap moved us for treatment in a Sanitarium near Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wagner on
ward to where the 17th Ohio had San Jose for several month« and Oak street.
Misa Myrta Otterdale, manager
has been greatly benefttted.
I had fiered a shot or two «rhen
Mrs. Anna G. McCarthy o f 696 o f the local Telephone and Tele
Capt McAlister «raved his »word N Main St. haa fully recovered graph company'» o ffice on Oak
and gave some order. I kept on from her recent illnem and is now •treet, ha» returned from a
weeks vacation »pent at Rainier
firing. Loking around toon after able to be out again.
I found the regiment had all gone
Mim Folrenc# Allen o f 107 Nob National Park. Victoria. B. C. and
but me and Comrade Jackson of Hill svreet is taking her vacation other Northwest cities. W hile In
In the losrer Rogue river valley. Victoria. Mias Otterdale »aw the
“ L a f«,“ said I, "«re must get Miss Allen «rill again tench this Prince o f Wales «rho waa visiting
out thia; our regiment has gone.” winter in Medford.
in that city.
Mrs. Mary Williams o f Klam
Mr*. George Perkins and Mrs.
The Johnnies «rere coming hi on
the right. When we left we separ ath County ha* been visiting her C. B. Simmon* o f Portland and
ated passing one o f our battery old friend Mrs. Frank Ssringie at Mrs. Glen Fabrick. o f Medford,
guns. I got a mime ball through 106 Bush street. Before returning «rere guest* at the home o f Mrs. j
my right wrist Just as I passed a home Mrs. William rented a furn Loula Dodge on Friday afternoon |
ished cottage on Allison street and and evening. The women are prom
I saw no more of Jackson until «rill return in time fo r the fall inently connected «rith Parent-
I got fie « a l!;s back, «rithin two term o f school. Her daughter «rill Teacher sfafirs in the stete.
Mr. and Mr*. J. C. Kaegl re-
mile« of Chsttsnegs And
then attend the Junior High school.
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