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A SH LAN D REGISTER
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tary read the constitution of the debates and all gave short talks on
cation trip down through Califor this creek visited Mr. and Mrs. student body, and short talks, to the subject o f Child Labor, which
nia and into Mexico. They will j Anderson at the county farm last encourage students to subscribe is the question to be debated in
probably be gone for
several Sunday to celebrate his 94 birth for the Rogue News, were given both class and district debates this
Sam i-W aekly Paper P yblitkrd at Ashland, O regon
day. Mr. Anderson is an uncle of
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Levcander of weeks.
Formerly the Central Point and Ashland American
by Seldon Burton, editor, Ned fall.
Mrs. J. C: Williams.
Council, Ida. are visiting his sis
The turn out for debate in en
Mars, business manager, and Lel-
O ffice at 372 East Main Street
Mrs. John Wolgamott is employ
ter Mrs. Frank Hurt.
ed the Oddfellow and Rebecca
couraging this year but not alto
LtUSINES ANO NEWS PHONE «5
ed sitting up nights with Mrs.
« 2.00 The results of the rabbit entries dance at Medford last Thursday j R. Reams who is quite ill at their The first debate meeting was gether satisfactory for it has been
O ne Year
at the state fair exhibited by H. evening.
necessary to secure students from
held Monday evening at 7:00 in
summer home on the creek.
A dvertisin g Rata* Given on A pplication
H. Lowe and Mrs. Wm. Hart were
Junior High to complete the fresh-
Keith Lennox, who through his
Mrs. Eleanor Perkins o f this the Library at the high school. The
Entered at the Postofficc at Ashland, Oregon, as Second Clas as follows:
stock judging at the Jackson coun
(Continued on Page 5)
Matter, under the Act of Congress o f March 3, 1879
was a business visitor in debaters discussed the other class
Sun Gold Rabbitry 3 entries, ty Fair was awarded a trip to the
M ember S T A T E E D IT O R IA L A S SO C IA T IO N
took 2 first prizes and 1 second. State Fair at Salem returned last Medford las Tuesday afternoon.
M em ber N A T IO N A L E D IT O R IA L A S SO C IA T IO N
Mir. D. E. Combs is taking Os
1 first Jr. Lilar, 1 first Jr. Chin- Sunday morning. After leaving
treatments for his health
diilla buck. 1 second enter, Red Salem, he went on to Portland to
PRIZE FIGHT BROADCASTING
spend a couple of days with Mr. now. He has been in bed for sev
Mr. Hart out o f two entries, 1 and Mrs. Kenneth Lansing and
Mr. H. S. Lynch was a business
The next congress will be asked to pass a law
second, Sr. Chinchilla doe, 1 third
in Ashland Wednesday.
Sr. Chinchilla doe. Again Jack-
prohibiting the broadcasting o f championship
Darrel Davis who has been
prize fights. Eleven people, it is pointed out, died
Saturday afternoon for a deer working at Coeur D’ Alene, Idaho
from heart failure while listening to the radio re
was called to his home ir. Chico,
Mr. and Mrs. R. Larson o f Phoe hunt in the Dead Indian country
port o f the Dempsey-Tunney exhibition o f the
Calif., on account of the illness! f
E n d eri B lock A ihland, O regon
nix were calling on friends in Tal
his father. The Davies
manly art o f scrambling ears last Thursday even
Mr. Glenn will visit his cabin at
formerly lived on this creek and
TIIE BEST OF MEATS AND POULTRY KEPT IN THE
Business callers at the Sun Gold the lake and put everything in are well known here.
BEST OF CONDITION BY
This writer admits he was almost counted out
Rabbitry numbered 29 this week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W McGrew of
Mr. and Mrs, C. Beardsly were
Albert Arnold brought his large Talent visited at the home o f Mr.
in that hectic seventh round.
dinner guests at the H. H. Lowe herd of dairy stock in from his and Mrs. G. A.' Briscoe last Sun
But all the arguments for the prohibition o f
ranch at Dead Indian last Monday day evening.
broadcasting championship fights are poor ones.
Mrs. Kinney of Wagner creek we understand that the ranch
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Green were
As long as there are prize fights that command
spent the day Wednesday with where Mr. Arnold and his family city visitors last Tuesday evening.
Farm ers and Stockm en are requested to cell as I am in the
iuch tremendous public interest as this last one
Mrs. II. H. Lowe.
have lived for a number of years,
Mrs, James Barry of Crescent
market fo r the ch oicest stock and pou ltry
has been sold. The place is com City formerly Miss Eula Fox vis
did we hope to be able to listen jn.
monly known as the Wait tract. ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
At the same time, we don’t care how soon they . Mr. T. E.
Boone was born in
Mr. Hoper o f Ashland was a vis G. A. Briner last Wednesday, Mrs.
pass a law prohibiting prize fighting. It isn’t the
Southern Arkansas and died in itor in Valley View lust Monday Barry is a niece o f Mr. G. A. Brin
iV'ÂSW SW SW 'tV '/ÍV v s W i
fight that is interesting, it is the “ ballyhoo” and
Columbia City of a
the crowds and the mob psychology.
stroke Oct. 1st, 1927. His age be
B. P. Stone of Medford sales
James Sawyer came home last
for the Villa Nurseries of Tuesday to spend a few days with
Where is the man with ambition enough to
days. He came to Oregon in 1902 Portland was in Valley View last his father.
read the newspapers and keep track o f the things
and to Talent in 1923, where he Monday afternoon taking orders
that are going on in the world who could have
resided three years. A year ago he for fruit trees.
HIGH SC H OO L NO TES
and Mrs. Boone his second wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Jennings of Ne
failed to be interested in the Dempsey-Tunney
went to Columbia City, Oregon to vada City, Culif., who have spent
The fir st student body meet
combat, no matter what he thinks o f prize fight
live. He leaves his wife and two about ten duys with Mrs. Harry ing o f the year was held Tues
ing, or the principals, or the big business atmos
children a daughter who lives in Roe at the Craig ranch have re day, October 4, Roy Abbott, stud
phere that surrounds the so-called sport today?
Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada and turned home.
ent body president, taking charge
Ask your minister about it. Ask yo ur barber.
a son Evarette T. Boone of Talent
Apple picking has begun in the of the meeting. Letha Miles, secre-
to mourn his loss. The body was neighborhood this week and the
You’ ll find they are alike under the skin insofar
brought to Talent Monday and orchardists are anious to get the
as each get a thrill from the radio report or the
taken in charge by Mr. Stock o f fruit o ff before the fall winds be
Paints, Oil», Glass Var
newspaper accounts of Mr. Tunney’s .‘10 min
Ashland. Funeral services were gin.
utes’ work for which he received more than a mil
nish, Building Paper, i
held at the M. E. Church at 2:00
The schol board and budget
lion dollars. We doubt that anywhere in 1 this
P. M. Tuesday. Rev. Vimont had committee met at the club house
Felts, Enamels, Decor- |
broad land there is a man with imagination so
charge o f the service. Interment Monday evening to make up the
in Anderson creek cemetery.
ATTRACTIVE W INTER RATES
ette and Varnish Stains.
budget for the coming year.
dead that he was not interested in this fight from
L. H. Gallatin who had his ton
at least some o f its angles..
When you need a paint- \
VALLEY VIEW NOTES
sils removed last week has recov
Prize fighting its rotten. It disgraces an intelli
ered nicely from the operation.
er or anything in the i
gent civilization. But it’s interesting!
Orpha Arnold who has
For Permanent Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Gracey and Mrs.
painting line call
quite ill with scarlet fever is re Maria Grimes of Nevada City,
covering rapidly and hopes to be Calif., called at the Craig ranch
THE HARP OF THE SOUL
J. O. RIGG
back in High school very soon. last Monday for a short visit.
$25.00 Per Month and Up
New poles have been installed
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. DeFord vis
There is an old time story worth repeating. It
on the electric Power line in Val ited with friends ia Medford last
Is the account o f a nobleman who made a great
ley View, giving the, line a much Sunday.
See the Management for Further Details
better apeparance that it had be
Edith and John Arnold are stay
aeolin harp by stringing wires from tower to tow
er o f his castle.
— Best Workmen
Mrs. James Lennox returned and Mrs. J. F. Arnold and attend
He listened in vain during the summer for the
from Portland last Wednesday ev ing school from there.
faintest1 sign o f music.
ening, after having spent some
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Childers and
time with her daughter, Mrs. Ken family who have been living in
But when t he cold blasts o f winter came and
Ashland for several years, have
tightened the wires, there was emitted a beauti
Among Valley View visitors to moved out to the J. H. Morse
Medford last Saturday were Mr. ranch.
And so it is with the harp o f the soul.
Mrs. G. W. Nichols, who has
and Mrs. L. H. Gallatin, Mr. and
In the balmy days o f prosperity, and when all
Mrs. Carl Glasgow, A. H. Daven- been quite ill is much better.
hillhiU and J. R. McCracken.
is well, the soul sings not.
W A G N E R CR E E K N EW S
Frank Stratton o f Valley View
But just let adverse, winds blow, let the cold
and Fat Thornton o f Ashland left
world sting you and psuedo friends fail, then the
Rev. and Mrs. J. C. William of |
early Sunday morning for a va
TA LE N T NEWS
th an 3000 Preferred S hareh older«
W H Y SHOULD MAN ST R U T ?
What small ripple even the most prominent o f
men cause when they sink into the ocean o f obli
vion ! And the average man leaves behind not
very slight disturbance when he goes down for
the last time. Day after day the newspapers
chronicle the go ing out o f many candles, some o f
cast long rays o f
the distance. Their death notice is carried a few
times, possibly some friends take the occasion to
pay a brief tribute, but so far as the world is con
cerned not a jot or tittle is changed, its machinery
goes on as smoothly and efficiently jus ever. The
ranks are closed up, and the army marches on.
It is a spectacle gruesome enough to take the
strut out o f a man’s stride, but there still remains
a few o f us who throw out our chests and ima
gine we are “ some pumpkins."
If you don’t tell ’em, you can’t sell ’em, says
Fred Anderson, the merchant in a 1200 popula
tion Nebraska town who does a $600,000 volume
business annually. He never carries less than a
full page o f stores news in every issue o f his lo
cal paper, often using larger space.
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May the cord not snap.