The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19??, September 13, 1927, Image 1

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    The Register
Majority of
reaches
Farm
the
The circulation of
Houses
sue is more than
In Southern Oregon
1900
FO RM ERLY CENTR M
VOLUM E 3
ASH LAN D . JACKSON C O U N T Y ,
810 P A I ® APE
Ï0 START
Southern Pacific to Have
Bus Line Between Here
and Portland
T O A D D TO SERVICE
Is 62 nd Railroad to Use
Motor Buses in Conjunct*
ion With Service
The Southern Pacific will oper­
ate a motor bus service »-e'.ween
Ashland and Portland starting
September 20th according to an
announcement made today by T.
B. Wilson vice president and man­
ager o f the Southern Pacific Mo­
tor Transport Company, a subsid-
ary o f the Southern Pacific Com­
pany.
According to the schedule issu­
ed in conjunction with the an­
nouncement Ashland will have
two busses daily
one, arriving
from Portland at 9.05 in the even­
ing, and one leaving Ashland for
Portland at 6:30 in the morning.
This bus will arrive in Portland at
8:05 the same evening. The buss­
arriving in Ashland in the even­
ing will leave Portland at 7 :30 in
^he morning.
In addition to this service, the
rail road company wi
gumynt it
with a local service ffrom Portland
as fa r as Eugene every two hours
startng at 7 :30 in the morning and
up until 6:30 at night, while one
o f the stages leaving Portland at
3:30 in the afternoon will go as
fa r south as Roseburg.
According to the statement the
Southern Pacific is the sixty-sec­
ond railroad to
i; ’ m mt
railroad service with highway mo-
to coach serv> .
further declares that all o f the
formalities hu\
*
and the Public Service Commis­
sion have issued a permit for the
service.
SIX PO IN T DEER IS
SH O T FIRST D A Y
s What was thought to have been
the largest deer killed so far this
season was the one shot by Clark
Butterfield, who with S. A. Peters
Jr. and Frank Hamilton spent Sun­
day hunting on the Green Springs
The deer was a six point one, and
required pack horses to bring him
in from the mountains.
“ Take out my advertise­
ment, I sold the cow the day
after the paper came out.”
That is what O. V. Ritchie,
told us Monday
morning.
On Friday he ran a small
classified advertisement, ad­
vertising a good Jersey Cow.
Saturday the cow was sold.
The advertisement cost but
a few cents in comparison
with the value o f the cow,
yet it secured the desired re­
mits.
Register classified
users
are loud in their praise r f
the results they are getting.
"It's
th «
C ir c o la ti««
G « t « th « Reaalt*”
this is­
that
4T AND A SH LA N D AM ERICAN
OREGON.
TU E SD A Y, SEPTEMBER 13. 1927
Here Is a Man W ho Has
Worked 2150 Days Straight
THREE ARE! IS
INJURED
IN AUTO
ACCIDENT
NUM BER 3 «.
STUDENTS
AI
SHOW AN
INCREASE
y
Many Register
Newspapers
of
Six years without a “ day o ff,"
Several years ago, Mr.
Poyer
Others are Making Arrangements
Years gone by in Registers
a total of 2150 days, a vera g in g j made a statement to his fellow |
to
Enter* Th •‘ir
Babies
Contest
17 hours work each day— that is dairymen that his ambition was to
Soon
— —
! the record o f E. B. Poyer, local raise a herd o f “ 500 pound cows”
How would you like to read an | dairyman.
meuning cows that produce five
Several entries have already!
account o f the funeral o f George
been received for the Baby Pop- |
Getting up at seven o’clock in hundred pounds o f butterfat ev-1
Washington? That was the privi­
ularity Contest which is to run in j
the morning is a task for many ery ten months. This, o f course, is
lege o f the editor o f the,Register
a
high
production
margin
fo
r
any
|
conjunction
with the Contest now
people, but not for Mr. Poyer, who
Saturday when Mrs. P. Sergent of
being waged by the popular beau­
has never set his alarm clock for animal, and he was told that his
155 Third street entered a paper
ties o f Ashland as a forerunner o f i
later than 3:45 A. M.. except once, ambitions were “ too high.”
printed in— well it was printed
coming Indoor Circus to be spon-1
since he went into the dairy busi­
Today Mr. Poyer has four cows
a quite awhile ago. you may be
sored by the Lithians.
ness. This was when he took a day in this class, one that gave over
sure, to have an account o f this
The Cmmittee wishes to an-1
o f f to go to Klamath Falls a short six hundred pounds. One heifer (
worthy patriots funeral
in it.
nounce
that three beautiful dla- i
-
time ago.
in the herd, fresh but a short
Then, there were other things of
mond rings will be awarded the pjr,t f)ayg School Bring»
Klamath
Fall»
Woman,
There
are
no
variations
in
the!
while
is
giving
360
pounds,
and
interest in this paper, the adver­
three leading babies in the Con­
Estimated Attendance
tising for instance were largely weekly schedule for this dairyman, many others that he owns are con- and Granddaughter Tak­
test the age limit is one to four
en to Hospital
to the sale o f slaves, while one Every day ia alike, Sunday and all tinually increasing their merita.
of One Thousand
years,
and
all
babies
are
elegible
enterprising merchant, wishing to — up at four, and the days work And the average \erd is doing well j
and
their
parents
should
m
ake1
_
______ . __
get his merchandise before the done at nine, sometimes later. I f if it has even two head in the “ 500
A N SW E R S CH ARGES their entries at once as the first W O R K STARTS T O D A Y
public resorted to poetry, and re­ he is fortunate and goes straight ; pound class!”
count will be held Thursday night
ferred to his wares as being to bed, he gets seven hours of
Seattle
Man
is
Accused
of
Sept. 16 th.
First Days Enrollment la
His
herd
is
further
credited
with
sleep— otherwise he must content
“ Bright and Gay.”
Reckless Driving and
Nearly Equal to Last
himself with five or six.
Entries can he made with the
being
one
o
f
the
cleanest
in
the
Whiskey was quite a commodity
Case
Tried
Today
campaign
manager
Mr.
J.
J.
Jose­
Years Mark
Mr.
Poyer
has
handled
his
busi-
valley, and was given high reeom-
in those days, for it played
a
ph at the Hotel Ashland.
ness
practically
single
handed.
He
m*
ndation
by
th,
examinera,
prominent part in the sale and
As an aftermath to an autom<>-
From all indications, the Ash­
Following are the candidate in
trade o f slaves, in that a few bar­ does both the morning and even- The entire groups o f 15 is regiat- bile accident last night, about one
land city schools will show a slight
tng
milking,
and
until
recently
has
the
Miss
Popularity
Contest.
rels o f whiskey were worth a slave
I hundred yards this side o f the i
increase over a year ago, accord­
done all the delivering. He now haa ered and graded.
Misses Velma Clapp, Oleo Wil-
or two.
ing to an estimate made in the o f­
an assistant that takes care o f the Poyer is located at the South edge
tse, Rosalind Wise, Norma Wuth-
Mrs. W. H. Huntington, brought
when Thomas Artemenko. o f Sea­
fice o f Superintendent of Schools
evening route.
o f town along Weightmen street.
rick,
Josephine
Barber,
Margaret
in an old daily paper published at
ttle, Washington, with his wift,
George A. Briscoe, today. Super­
Churchman, and Resnice Jacobs,
Grand Island years and years ago.
___ _____ _ _
______ _
son and two daughters crashed in-
intendent Briscoe has estimated
of Hornbrook, Caif.
This was unique in that the tele­
G R A N TS PASS T O
to a roadster driven bv Mrs. Pearl
that the enrollment today is ap­
graph news was carried under a j
H A V E BIBLE CLASS North of Klamath Falls, severely
proximately /one thousand stud­
single head, entitled “ Telegraph,"
| injuring Mrs. North, and June C O W BOYS A N D C O W
ents while last year after two fu ll
while the balance o f the paper was
Rev. M. C. Woodworth, pastor Turner eleven year
GIRLS NEEDED BA D weeks o f *< hool registration fig ­
old grand
devoted largely to local news and
o f the Baptist church, W. F. Fal­ child o f Mrs. North, as well as
ures were 1027, and this year with
opinions by the editor.
V. D. Miller wants fifteen o f the the present
enrollment
nearly
Championship Game of State is to ter. secretary o f the Y. M. C. A. severe head injuries to th" w ife of
and Rev. H. T. Mitchelmore o f the accused man, Artemenko, wildest, rip snortenest cow boys equal that figure it is estimated
This old paper contest is a most
Be Played Wi.'h Salem on
the Presbyterian church will go pleaded not guilty to a charge o f and cow girls to go down to Med- that there will be a substantial in­
interesting and fascinating one.
the 15th
to Grants Pass tonight to attend reckless driving in Justice L. H. 1
witb him Thursday morning. crease.
Many have brought in their papers
to be registered, and the
sheets j As conclusive evidence that a mass meeting called there by Roberts court this morning and1 aa a Part ° f the Lithians plan to
School proper did not begin un­
worn with age, chronicle
there both the B oas o f Ashland and the citizens interested in the estab­ the case was postponed until four I participate in the Medford Jubilee til this morning, Monday being de­
| parade and incidently to adver- voted to registration, organization
some o f the events that have gone Senators of Salem can hit, figures lishment o f a week day bible class o ’clock this afternoon.
down in history. I f you have a n ; of their batting averages are in the public schools.
The accident occurred shortly li,e the indoor circUB- to bp Bt8*- of classes and the listing o f text
old paper, bring it in, you may win given here.
According to these men. Grants | after five o’clock last night, and pd in Ashland under the auspices books. This morning classes were
the $5.00 offered fo r the oldest1 These marks represent how th-y Pass people are enthused over the i according to police officers. Mrs. of the Lithians.
started, and work fo r the term
For mnny days now, “ Bert” ha* settled down upon a regular basis.
one. The contest will run until the ! have been hitting as long as the * ‘dea and have asked the local men I North, who was on her way to
24th o f September.
individual players have been with to comP and help K**t the m ove-1 Medford to visit with her daugh- had an ambition to stage a cow
Grade school enrollments were
the teams.
j ment started.
.
«
j ter, was well on her side o f the boy brigade with horses and all the given as follows:
Ashland's team average is .324. '
— .... ■
! road. The Seattle man was driv- trimmings, and when Grand High
Lincoln
School— First grade,
H I-Y C L U B P LA N S
Phiz Clyde Young o f the Lithians
Salem hit the pellet at a .341 clip Y O I JNC. F O f
TFI I
,n* "outh and i uat a* the two cars
46; Seend, 46; third, 38; fourth,
appointed him chairman o f a com­
W O R K FOR Y EA R all season.
38; fifth, 48; sxth, 50; Grand to­
i OF 3 SUM
O K R i K
et> the
hi# oar
-*«»•«»
u r v i M
i v i ERS
r ,K 3 W
w u
K , , m
nto
car *werv«‘d
occupied “"d
by the
wo, mittee to arrange for the Lithians
Hot Game Due
tal 276.
part of the affair, plans were im­
»
,
,
^
-
I men.
When these two clubs tangle at
Members o f the executive com­
\ srencral review of the Pres-
Washington School— First, 49;
mediately set in motion to have
mittee o f the Hi-Y club will meet the fairgrounds Thursday after­
The cars were badly wrecked,
Second, 35; third, 81; fourth, 36;
byterian Young People’s Confer­
such
a
brigade
in
Medford
Thurs­
Wednesday night at the home o f noon, sport fans o f the valley will
ence held at Grants Pass this sum­ with the sides dented in, the front day morning. All who will he will-
, ' xtb, )6. Grund total,
W. P. Walter secretary o f the Y. i * « « two fast teams battling for
mer proved to be an attraction at end smashed and were towed in ing to participate in this a ffa ir are 129.
M. C. A. at a six thirty dinner for| the championship o f the state,
the Presbyterian church, Sunday by tb** Automotive shop last night. asked to get in touch with Mr. Mil­
With an approximate enrollment
the purpose o f outlining the work
Complete figures o f the batting
| evening.
Chief o f Police McNab, and Fire ler immediately.
o f 240 at each the junior high
for the coming year. According to j averages as furnished by the man-1
Emily i Chief Baughman
responded
to |
schools, the numbers o f boys and
Lorraine
Brookmiller.
Secretary W alter the hoys are in­ agers o f the two teams are
girls who yesterday answered the
Taylor. Letha Miles.
Lorrainei the cal1 {oT aa «mbuiance. and the M A N Y STUDENTS TO
Ashland Boas
terested in the work this year and
three injured women were rushed
Sparr.
Marie
Davies
and
Ij>wrenee
1
p
A
V
F
P
O
D
S
n
J
D
f
i
l
,bp •c*,0° l hells in this city
are planing an extensive program D roM te
3 .600
L f c A V f c M J K S C H O O L w,„
in the vk.lnity of the e„
to the community hospital where
Mitchelmore
assisted
in
reviewing
McShane
o f work.
... 14
7 .500
it
was
thought
their
injuries
would
timated
1000.
the
work
o
f
the
conference.
Those who will attend tomorrow Warren
With the opening of
.1 2
6 .500
of
school!
not prove to he serious. Mrs. C.
A
report
o
f
the
Christian
En­
Hoffard
night’s dinner will be Barney Mill­
22 10 .454
throughout the roast many Ash- !
R. Turner o f 712 Pine street Med­
er, president, Marion Moore, vic"- Logan
29 11 .379 deavor State Institute held re­
land young folk* have either left I FIRE D E P A R T M E N T
ford was also in the car being driv­
president, Everett McGee, secre­ Robbins
or will be leaving shortly to take
«1
2*»
358 cently at Turner. Oregon was giv­ en by Mrs. North.
O U T L A S T N IG H T
65 22 .338 en by Marie Prescott.
tary. Elliott McKracken treasurer, C. Davis
up their college activities, among
Artemenko, with
his
family those who have either gone or will
Marlowe
An orchestra composed ui Floy
James Nutter, Past President.
61 20 .326
Force .................. ... 62 19 .306 Young, V'iolin; Clarence Haan, were on their way \o San Fran­ leave soon are.
The fire department was called
cisco.
¿pores ...... .
. . 9
Edith Dodge, junior, Oregon;
^ ° co street, about eight
2 .168 Clarinet; Lawrence Mitchelmore,
H U NTER FORSAKES
Hughes
trombone, and Lorraine Brook-
Genevieve Swedenherg,
sopho- | ° «lock last night when a defective
.168
G U N FOR A R R O W S
__ ___ miller, piano, provided two special j MILES TO H E A D
—
more,, Oregon; Elizabeth Steams, firep lace, caused a small amount
numbers
and
accompanied
congre'
Total
437
142
Y
E
O
M
A
N
LO
D
G
E
j
freshman. O. A. C.; Charles Til- o f damage.
.324
The days o f the bov. and arrow
gational singing o f hymns.
Salem Senators
The fire was out before the de­
—
——
I
t°n,
O. A. C .; Gene Detrick, sen-
are not gone forever, as was wit-
AB. H. Pet.
Willard Mile* o f Belleview w ill; '9ri Washington State
College- partment arrived, and officials
ness"d Saturday morning by sev­
AB. H. Pet. W IC K F U R N IT U R E TO head the Yeoman fo r the coming | John Galey,
junior,
Oregon; said the damage was small. The
eral hunters
in the Siskiyou
Coleman
28
George
Barron,
junior,
Oregon; house was occupied by Edna Ken­
H
A
V
E
N
E
W
LO
C
A
T
IO
N
year
as
a
result
o
f
the
election
of
.412
region. Tramping through the
Steers .............
...75
officers
held
Saturday
night.
30
Marcus
Woods,
junior,
Oregon; nedy.
.400
brush, these hunters w p c startled
Jacob berger
. 55 19 .345
sopohomore.
The Wick Furniture store will
Mr. Miles succeeds Fay Yargan Lawrence Wagner,
with what they thought might be
Hauk
12 .313 soon occupy the McRae building a* head o f the organization. Ruth j f)rp* r’n I Paul Wagner, senior, Ore ]
a ghost of yesterday, when they
W. Sullivan
...72 24 .335 on south Main street recently va­ Miles was named Master o f Cere­ gon ; Harvey Woods, sophomore,
saw a stalwart hunter, stalking
Ridings
19 .317 cated by Swenson and Peebler ac­ monies, succeeding Will Ross and U. o f O. Medical school. Portland;
his game in the tangled brush that
McKenna
4 .307 cording to an announcement by Rollin Parks, master o f accounts John Churchman, freshman, Ore­
adorns these mountains. They
J. S u llivan .... ..... ...36
9 .250 P. D. W’ ick, yesterday. At present succeeding Mr. Mile*. Marie Da­ gon; Chester Woods, junior, O. A.
looked fo r a gun, but there was Beck
3 .200 they are occupying the McCarthy vies was elected chaplain.
C .; Vernon McGee, junior, Oregon.
"T w o
large
families
none in evidence,'and much to
Barham .
4 .190 building on the com er o f North
Installation o f new officers w ill1
were in by si ir e Saturday
their surprise, strapped over the
------ Main and Granite, but with their be made October 14. with spec.ai PO STPO NE H E A LT H
—
—
evening
fro.it Phoenix,
shoulder o f this deer hunter was
510 174 .341 new location opportunity will bs ceremonies.
This
was
the
first time
a gigantic bow and by his side was
CLINIC A W E E K
given for expansion, this building
A membership drive for the lo­
they had ever l een in this
a sheath o f *t#el pointed arrows.
I being especially constructed fo r a cal organization is being conduct­
store, and the first time
Yes sir folks, the days o f Robin R A IL T O U R IST
In order not to interfere with
ed by A. C. Cornelius,
district the Jackson county Products show,
they had ever been in
S H O W S INCREASF furniturP »tore.
Hood were being lived over again.
The definite date fo r s change
—
manager, and according to pres- the health clinic to have been
Ashland. The P igister is
V. D. Miller local clothing mer­
A distinct trend toward west-] ^ ,ocat*on ha*
*>««n announc-l ent plans initiation o f a big class staged by members o f the Jackson
doing more fo r Ashland
chant. was the man with the bow
and arrow, and he swears by all ern travel is shown by the in- fd 8B
merchants than sny other
but St win b*
th «*
candidates will take place Octo- county Health unit In
Ashland
ber 20.
one thing to ytimulate
that is holy, that had the deer he crp8*«d number o f ticket valida-1 next wepk or ten d8yB
Thuraday has been .postponed until
K
___ ^ tions made this summer,
business.”
saw only ■ had H
horns, I he
would
Following the business meeting | Thursday September 22.
was
Saturday night a short program
have had the honor o f hrmging ia «tatement made today by John M. DEER H U N TER S ARE
Children
who are
entering
with his ssid bow and arrow! f' cntL assistant passenger tra ffic ;
O U T FOR A W E E K o f music and dancing and a sup­ school are to be given free clin­
per was enjoyed by th* more than ic service, a thorough physical ex­
— But the deer didn’t have horns, manager o f the Southern Pacific.
and the brave hunter returned to
Since May 15 the number o f!
Henry G. Enders and Fred Niel, 40 members present.
amination being conducted by Dr.
That is what one prom­
his “ Hab-a-Dash Inn” full o f validations made on the Pacific accompanied by L L Mullit, o f
Inskeep and hi* asaistants. Parent*
Miss Bertha Cole will teach at are to make appointmenta by call­
resolutions fo r days to come. He fo a s t by travelers from the East, San Francisco, who has
been
inent merchant told as
was accompanied by W. C. Mitch­ shows an increase o f 10.54 per spending the summer at the Lake W olf creek in Joaephine county ing at the public library.
yesterday.
ell and Leonard Goaneil.
cent over the number o f valida- *>f the Woods, are spending the both o f these young ladies were
tions here increased 20 per cent w ««k hunting deer in the back ■tudenta last year at the normal.
Miaa Elisabeth Carter, who was
Frank Beswick the Rural Mail over last year.
i country out from the Lake o f the
in attendance at th* Turner
Jack Enders, who has
been Christian Endeavor
Carrier, had charge o f the Bap­
convention
~
'
Woods. The men packed in, using
tist Sunday school fo r
the last
Mrs. Wm
M Briggs. Lolita two pack horses and three Mddle ■pending the rammer vacation in last week, reports a very enjoy­
(Nam e Can Be Had O p
Ashland, returned last Friday to able and profitable time.
two Sunday* ia the absence o f the Pierson. Jane Pollard and Annie horses and will camp out to t
Rosa
oa Requast)
Portland where he trill re-enter Guiley, a form er Ashland
Superintendent V. O. Smith, who Wella, o f Trail, Oregon, motored [ w*«h or tea days,
boy,
the Bealey Military Academy, la- and brother U Paul Cniloy o f this
haa been down the valley fo r tome out to the Lake o f the Woods M
ah mg a vacation is eamp- day morning to
two or throe '
Eugene wfl] have model flying eated on th* Columbia River Higb- city w m u m o f
th* efficient
days at the
way.
lh Ms family.
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