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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View This Issue
east of Ashland have moved in- Valley View,
I to town. The Wait ranch has been | morning for Fresno, Calif.
sold and thg new ovners have tak-
Mr. Howard Works is em.
visited in S
ed tif, tearing down the 1#M
Colrmsn h | ^ c widths
Mr ¿fed M r » ,* ! . d * Lgggs o f
n * M,
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Mrs. James Barry
ranch last Sunday.
Gordon spent last Saturday at th
J. H. Morse had his car bad
The class debates fryouts were
home of Mr. and Mrs. (n A. tinn
ly damaged as the result of a col
^ held Monday evening at
er. They were celebrating Mr. C.
lision in the old covered bridge
, thirty, in the High School as ss-
E. Greens birthday.
a few days ago.
The Wagner Crpek school clos
Mr. Gustine of Medford driver
ed Cast Monday evening on
The students who talked on the
counj of the Infantile Paraylis epi- of the other car did not see Mr. i question
• demic although there are no cases Norse’s car until too
child labor amendment
in this locality yet.
j constitution should be
Mr. H. S. Lynch has reported •nd as the bridge is only
were judged on argument, deliv
that some careless hunter killed wide enough for two cars to passj ery, rebuttal, and future possibil-
one of his range cattle this year If driven slowly a crash was un- j
mistaking it for a deer.
Three members were
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Hodgin and
Mr. H. S. Lynch made a busi
ness trip down to the Lewis ranch family who have been visitng in iron» each class to, compose
B A Y O N E TJf
UJieNMar at Clòje Rantje
Described In a Remarkable
Jeries Dy an Officer o f t h e
M a im e s -«
Capi,. John W
I ho.moi'i o n ,Jr,
ffllu#trahrd by khe\4ufhor frot*
jr N*jcW orjfic* flat HefktldJ
O^yrtytJ S ii kr Sw
No lie ram# oi ill'll to a miserable
shelter si-raped In the |ee o f a
H ere; two Ioni; leu* pro
truded from under n brown (jor
man blanket, nini here lie prodded
and shook mail the deplorable
countenance o f b!* brother ofTIcer
"Say.” demanded the scout olii
<er, “you save my alum? Gluuufl
my *11110.“ ,
"Why. hello Jim!
Why didn't |
you coinè buck, like you *ald you
o us? Where yoQ been? You said
you wu* cowin' right hack.”
below CfAtral Point last Tuesday.
Mr. G. A. Briner has his new
barn very near completed.
Among those in Ashland Tues
day were Mr. J. T. Sawyer, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Slagle of
Central Point spent last Sunday
on the creek visiting their son Mr.
H. T. Slagle.
V A L L E Y V IE W NOTES
“ Tddn't you suve me my monkey-
meat? We went un a rahl. dattili it.
William Glenn of Valley View
and Perry Ashcraft of
returned a few days ago from a
hunting trip in the Dead Indian
country and brought back a fine
• Unia? 1 Kp|«l Î , What raliir-
“ OJt. we went over tu Torcy.
(Jlinnte my molili ejMiieut."
“ Well, you see, Jim— the fact Is
--well, wn gel njirreg up here right
after you left, and they attacked
from In here, an’ we rame mi lu
ufter tlieih. ju st got to alerai— "
"1 haven't, iiad any sleep or any
chow or anylhltig—two aardlues,
hy the bright fu re 'o f Cod -*" The
scout officer pounced
frowsy nitisHte hag which the oth
er had used for a pillow and Jerked
out a fire-blackened meaa-klt.
wrenched the lid ufT and suarled
horribly. "Kmpty, by tb»d!''
Ills hands fell la i across till
knees. He looked ssdly over the
hlssted Helds o f Torcy, and he »aid.
with the rolli bitterness o f a man
who has tried It all and coinè to a
linai conclusion : “ W ar—aure—la—
Orpha Arnold who has been ill
with scarlet fever has entirely re
covered and is spending a few days
Man Walked Silent. Remembering with a friend in the mountains be
ths Old Osad.
fore returning to High School.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hilton o f
seem as tall and broad ns th* old
men, the tall, sunburnt Leather Klamath Falls spent last night as
necks that went out the road from the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W , F.
Meaux, toward (linteau-Thlerry, In DeFord.
Odd. Junl slY months since the
William Bruin of Talent who is I
spring. . . . But s few veteran* road supervisor of this district was
and hard drilling between tights
a business visitor in Valley View
would keep the temper In an out
. one remetultered a phrase last Monday afternoon.
In an order o f the division com
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Carter and
mender's — "The .Second division family of Ashland spent Sunday
has never failed to Impose Its will
U|H>n the enemy. . .
\nd today with Mr. and Mrs. James Lennox
It crossed the German Khlne. .
lie swung out o f his saddle and
Milton Nichols returned
There were places for rest down
lu the Touralne. country, around
ths town Americana called St. On
ion Canals with poplars mirrored
In them, where It wss pleasant to
loaf at the end of the day.
The stood by Uie road to watch them Monday from a few days vacation
women eve re kindly and dlapoaed puss; l,!MO men. helmets and rifles spent near Roseburg, Oregon.
to make friends; It Is a pity there gleaming a little In the wet gray
J. J. Van Kleek of Beaverton,
were not enough to go around
They had. also, an eye for corpo
The road led eastward through a Oregon, arrived Monday night to
rals and sergeants; the bored pri
country of low hills, sodden In the spend a few days with his friends,
rates on the Hank. sentimental ruin,
rntl.lv clouds sprawled on Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McCracken.
nou I n . ant singing Xeeeet Adeline,'*
the crests and spilled wet Hlsrucnt*
or It tnny he something very d if Into the valieys. The land was all
Frank Glenn of Olympia, Wn.,
ferent. The sergeant, a sensitive In rtiUirattoii. laid off lit precise »pent a couple of days last week
spirit, will presently see Mint they square# and oblongs; some newly
visiting his sister Mrs. H. J. Cart
get some extra police duly.
plowed, some sparsely green with
turnips and rape. It looked ugly er of Ashland, and his
C H A P fE R X
and ordered and sullenly prosper William Glenn of Valley View.
ous. There was slow conversation
Fred C. Holibaugh of Ashland
In the colutuu,
T h « Rhine.
was a visitor in Valley View last
'■ p llK blight* went while It wn*
1 still as dink as the Inside of a today?*’ "Paniflno— nuw--I did hear
Mrs. W . F. DeFord
dog. There was swearing and alrk- the skipper's orderly sn.v we'd make
ly yellow cundle light In the billets, the itlilue, some time—” . “ How guest, Mrs. J. W. Hilton of Klam-
mean houses In n ilieau little Rhine fur— ?” ‘‘some guy wss lookin' at
th Falls spent last Thursday in
pro'lure town, slid the cliow lines a map at battalion. Halil It was Sams Valley visiting Mrs. • De-
formed on lhA company galleys In
mu Icy Itecemlver rain.
The rain 'bout thirty kllouiets In this dam F’ord’s daughter, Mrs. O. R. Tresh-
puttered on helnvet.* aud mess kits, country—’’ "Y ea h ! Hut I remem ams and family.
and fell In slanting tinea through ber one tlmu It was twelve kilo
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Arnold and
the smoky circles o f light where met*. The night we hiked up to
Verdun, hack last March. Had a family who have lived for a num
the cooking flies burned feebly.
Tfie faces o f ths marlues, as F'ritwg guide— little alirlinp wit' u ber o f years on the Waite ranch
forked beard. Ask lilt# how far.
they tiled out o f tlm dark for food,
all he'd say was: “ lHx>x kiloiuets—
were gray and froway. The cooks
dooa kllomet* "
Issued corn hill hash, and dared
"Hiked all night In the rain, like
any man lo growl on the coffee
litis, an' at daylight we came lo a
llow the hell could It be h'lled
enough, with wet wood anil very sign, wit' the uuifle of the place
little o f that— been up all night, we're goln' to, an’ It said 'Door kll-
oineta*—that guide, he let on that
ns It Is —you aports Juat pull in
he was right surprised—’*
there were very few ineu in the
The rouipunlea gulped their ru
column who remembered Ihe bike
tion In sullen alienee, rolled damp
to Verdun, In the early spring o f
blanket* into the prescribed peck,
19IH; In one company eight, hi an
and when the bugles squawked as
other eleven; In the whole bntta!
sembly, they fell lu without confu
Ion the barest handful
slot! or enthusiasm
been a lotp; roiitl. The firat way-
grunts, with flush lights or lan
«teflon was the Hois de Hellenu; a
terns, called the rolls; somewhere
lot o f people stopped there, nut)
out In front, first sergeants re
were there ret. And there were
celved I hr reperl s ; officer-, clumped
more, comfort ably rolling In t!.e
along the Ituea to lltelr units, grupi
Foret de Kets, south o f Sol***" «
Idlng.—**All here, Aral sergeant?'' —
Altd more yet. well de-'d Wound
O c LBS.
“ Meg the capt'n's pun Ion couldn't
Hlam Mont. And a vast drift of
see you In the «lath. sir nil pi-e*
them lurk In lioapl'ala. Men walked
ent counted for. a r t » - " “ Nice d,i>
silent lemeiolH-r .g Ihe old dead.
for n hike. Major says, goln' to . .
Tw elve huudred men hiking
the Ithlne today Kiglileen u.
to the I!' on, and how many
ty kllometa - don't know eta.
gees ? . . . Th# mlet rolled
Dam' such, a w a r! T d like the old around the column
8 LB. FOR
kind, where yon Weal -Into wluter
—"You replacements never knew
quarters llr r y -* ',
t ’orp'ral ftnslr. that got bumped off
pulled his callar.aryuitd hh* ears
at Hataaons. dellyln’ with a Mavtm
I’ r M W IIj a l.a.l teuip< red drawl gun. He was a musical cuss, an'
ing vploe td>».*d, “ S.|usds right— he ueter sing a *»ng to the tune
iiu rrk l*-»i . There wss a shuffle of of the **l.l Gray Mare Site Ain't
mud, and the rattle
What Hh# tester He'—somethin'
o f rifle slings. Tim First hattallon
o f the Fifth marldea took the road
The IT k a * « w ill fly over Germany
These l ter misii roads were all
M e * than s year fr..r* now—*
honestly metaled hut th* Inch or
«nd now It Is, an' It's a pity he
so o f mud . hi th* surface was Ilk*
ain't here to «*# It—“ "W ell, hut
soup und*rfoo(, and .the overcoats
lie's restin' e*«y where h# Is— me.
soaked up the rain like Mottlng
I'nt cold a* hell an' this dam' drie
paper. It was the kind o f a morn
st* Is drainin' down my neck—"
Ing with no Hue between n.glit and
There was nothing hut the njtai
daylight. T h * Markuem turned t*
and the ruin, and a mean, cold IK-
gray snd. aftaf 'a while, th* major,
4 DOZ. FOR
tla wlud with a bits In It. North .
on his hers*. Could look hack and •nd south, front the edge o f Hot- ;
see the end o f his Column. Tbo bat
land to th* Mert gat*way. all the !
initon, he reflected was up to armies were marching Abend. Juat i
l| hadn't b«en this out o f contact, went th* Herman I
large since It went te Blanc Mont,
Th* battalion passed a |
th* *nd o f Heptember
dens* Mvtl* wood of Hr»—A'hrtat- j
. SAU ERK RAU T
II* shut his *y*a on that thought
mas tree wood*
th# hattallon !
—n hundred aud thirty nt*n that
3 LBS. FOR
tin * »Ut. wher* a thouasnd went
(To be continued)
In—thaw r*t>iar*meiit*. and. after
H e, inure
New F.ra— State will build wid-
Pavhap# Ut* q -M I'r was running , „
town a little INve .,*w chan*
*«ro«a ra-rot Creek
EVERY DAY IN— EVERY W A Y
team. The placing were as follows: of the G irl’s Athletic Association
Seniors, Dena Joy, first; Dick Joy, went on a hike last Saturday after-
third; nooo.“ They started from-
(Continued on page 5)
Juniors, Jat^nBmJjET firBl; Tom
Ilanwtck, Ib s B id ; , fi ta't.Walone,
third;' Sophomores. *1-11» , Bailey,
first} FYank Pemberton, second; , Paints, Oils, Glass Var
Leverett Davies, third; The fresh
nish, Building Paper,
men class was not represented.
The judges for the tryouts Miss
Felts, Enamels, Decor-
Marks, civics teacher. Miss Clark,
ette and Varnish 0 ,«ins.
- mathematic teacher and Miss W al
ters, physical training teacher.
When you need a paint
The first round of the cfaSs" de-
er or anything in the
i bates will be held next Monday.
painting line call
teacher, held a meeting o f all
those interested in the Anniver-
J. O. RIGG
j sary play, last Thursday, after
\ schoot. She told them the plots
\ of th<> three different plays that
she was considering and urged
¡them all, especially the boys, to
come out for the try-outs, which
— Best Workmen
' will be held later.
About twenty of the members
ARE A LW A Y S IMPROVING THEIR
Q U A LITY — SERVICE AND PRICES
NO WONDER SO MANY PEOPLE TRADE
HERE ARE SOME MORE QUOTATIONS TO
HELP YOUR SATU R D A Y LIST
3 LB. BOX BEST CRACKERS (only 13c)
V t lb. HERSHEY’ S BREAKFAST COCOA
LARGE O V A L SARDINES, ALL KINDS
W H ITE OR YELLOW CORN MEAL
3 LBS. FRESH GINGER SNAPS FOR
A FEW SW IFTS’ PICNIC SHOULDERS lb.
‘where savings are greatest"
We never hold so-called “ sales”
of any kind nor do we name com
We always sell our goods at the
lowest possible price consistent
with prevailing market conditions.
When we mark down some ar
ticle of merchandise to its replace
ment value, the former price is for
It is obvious enough that we
never mark UP a price!
Our aim is to serve well all the
time with fair, equal treatment
alike to everybody.
FRESH MELLOWEST CHEESE O Q c
FOR SATU R D A Y ONLY, lb.
W E DELIVER FREE WITHIN CITY LIMITS
ASH LAND’S BIG FINE GROCERY
[ 2 5 th
In Good Taste
1 ife ìÉ g j
Reodsport— New high school
bridge oa Seaatde road ta
float and gymnasium will »non be fia
W e Deliver
3000 F rflf i rr o l
No So-Called “Sales,” But
EXTRA SPECIAL! EXTRA SPECIAL!
SWEET T O K A Y GRAPES, 3 LBS. FOR
SMALL SWEET ORANGES, PER DOZ.
FRESH MOUNTAIN TURNIPS, PER LB.
CABBAGE A T ITS BEST PER LB.
ANOTHER ONION DAY 8 LBS. FOR
SWEET PEPPERS, THEY ARE PERFECT
Feet that ache and burn
constantly reed arch »up-
i halt- of black
patent are »o moduli you
would neve; gueis they were
$ 5 .9 0
M E N ’S
Satisfied Investors Find
* Security in Thrift •
Steadily accumulating dollar on dollar by reg
ular aaring and investm ent, the practitioner Af
th rift fcela secure In the knowledge o f a com fort
able balance In the bank, and a steady Incom e
from permanent investm ent*.
M ore then 3,000 pref erred shareholder* o f T h e
C alifornia Oregon Rower Com pany know th if
feelin g o f security. M ost o f them ere numbered
among our 33,000 customers, and are satisfied J
w ith th eir investm ent aa th ey are w ith the de-
p e n d a b t e u tility service th ey receive. T h eir
® m oney goee directly in to p e r m a n e n t , naeful
public u tility propert ies. »
V- I t la aaay to becom e a preferred shar eholder
In th is progressive public u tility. A s sm ell g
i as l i e a
M E N ’S
In the New Styles and Ma
9 g c
Men’ s Hose
U n d erw ea r f o r M eo
6-,-oum l U n
protect from ,■old
and give maxi
mum of comfort / i
w ea r i n |
quality at same
ribbed and ha ,
long sleeve» and
a a k 1 e - length
Mcrceriied H**l and toe fibre
to $ 1 .98
War Um« a'a 3a*
Built for service. A big va
“fl. per pair—
1 5 ’
Skirt» for Mea
F aney printed, our own pat
A Towel Value
22x44 inch sise— plain
white or white with a col
ored border. y ery low-pric