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A SH L A N D REGISTER
She Ashlattii iKrijiati'r
S .m i-W .tk ljr Paper Publiai» d al A sh la n d , O r e g o n
Formwly the Central Point and Ashland American
Office at 372 F.a t Main So t
BU81NES AND NEWS PHONE »6
A d v e r t i s i n g K a l e , G iv e n o n A p p l i c a t i o n
day afternoon with Mrs. W. Voge- Wood, Calif., traveled 25« miles!
Mrs. Cora Denham and Frank *-nd with Mrs. Denhams daughter■ went hunting while there. Frank
to secure stock o f the Sun Gold
George Connor spent the week Mr-. Wesley Drtakell. The boys!
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Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Hamilton Babbitry. She arrived Thursday
<prnt Monday and Tuesday even o f last week purchased some Chin
ings at the bedside o f Mr. Hamil chillas and returned to her home
ton’s Aunt who Is critically iW. Friday.
$ 2.00 Mrs. Lydia Hamilton o f
The Crater Lake Camp Fire
Girls will not hold any meeting .
Mr. L. I. Crawford, Clyde Pur until after the quarantine is lift '
Entered at the Poatoffice at Ashland, Oregon, as Second Class
vis and Everett Beeson were hunt ed.
_______ Matter, under the Act of Centres« o f March 3, 1879
ing on Little Applegate from Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kincaid at-]
M em ber STATE EDITORIAL A S S O C I A T I O N
tended the theatre in
M em ber NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION
The streets o f Tal<*ht have a Saturday evening.
rather desolate look since
Clyde Anderson is quite ill with
25 PER CENT AM ERICANS
quarantine which went into effect tonsilitis.
last Friday morning. The parents
M>s. Carl Mellin has been suf-
and children have cooperated with
Governor Smith, setting himself up in the new
( fering from a severe attack
the city authorities and all child
role of writer of political definitions, describes
Rheumatism the past three week I
ren under the age o f 18 are keep
for us the “25 per cent American.” He is the fej-
| Mr. and Mrs. Scott Patterson
ing in their own yards.
low who begins and ends his work as a voter with
and Mrs. Moffat o f I.os An gees,
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Simmons
Calif., were guests o f Mr. and
the presidential elections. Says Al.
proprietor o f Pumpkin Center left
Mrs. H. H. Lowe last Saturday.
“ The 25 per cent citizen is the man who is so
by motor Monday night for Colusa
Mr. Ia>we took Mr. Patterson
Oalif., to attend the funeral o f
little interested in the state, so little interest in its
who if interested in the rabbit
Mrs. Simmon’s mother, Mrs. Ham
business, so little interest in the policies that are
husinAs in Los Angeles to visit
mond. They' returned home Wed
advocated for governmental purposes that he
several o f the rabbit breeders,Viet
takes occasions to vote only where there is a
Mr. and Mrs. Patterson at the H.
Mr. 1>. D. Knnney who lives H. Lowe home and examined the]
south o f Talent was in town on rabbit fur display they had with
The New York governor solves an interesting
problem in political decimals, but his solution
Word has been received from
Edgar Adams left
Mr. O. W. Rurnete who is at In morning for a hunting trip on
leaves us as much at sea as do most of the defini
dependence, Oregon, that himself Wagner Butte.
tions o f a 100 per centAmerican. You cannot
ami family expect to rctufn soon
Mrs. Bessie Palmer o f Grants
judge a citizen by his voting.
Pass spent Wednesday with her
There are many things more important in cit
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Simmons ar j parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Me
izenship than casting votes. One can imagine a
rived by motor from Eureka, Cab, | Mahan.
last Saturday and are making an
man who never casts a vote at all who is, in spite
Mr. H. H, Lowe manager o f the
extended visit with their father, Sun Gold Rahibtry delivered 25
of it, a more perfect citizen than the fellow who
Mr. T. J. Simmons and brother registered Chinrillu docs nnd
marches to the polls with his gang on every elec
Earle and family.
registered Chinchilla bucks to a
tion day and marks his ballot the way some boss
Mrs. C. Hoppins
o f Cotton Medford buyer last Friday.
or friend dictates.
Good citizenship consists in respect for fellow
citizens, a willingness to live amiably and honor
ably, wholesome observance of law, a desire to
make personal sacrifices for the good of society
in general, determination to support earnestly
whatever men rise to political office, and avail
ability for civic tasks of which voting is only one.
It is sometimes better not to vote at all than to
cast a vote which is purely guesswork or deter
mined by the flip of a coin.
“ Vote as you please but vote” is the slogan of
those who try to get out the citizens on election
day. It is a slogan sadly at fault. It should be
"know why you vote, then1 vote.” If you don’t
know, mere marking of a ballot will never make
you a good citizen.
NOW Is the Time to Order
BABY CHICKS! .
Efjc fanners and prospective poultrymen should order their 1928
chicks at this time in order to be sure of getting the NUMBER they
want WHEN (hey want them. Also they should investigate Smith-
Quality strain before placing a definite order.
It is an established fact that there are more HIGH PRODUCING
and P A YIN G flocks of W hite Leghorns of this strain in our trade
territory than of any other strain. There is a reason.
For, 1928 we are offering the best value in baby chicks that we
have ever offered, and at the following reduced prices:
Less than 500 chicks ......................... 15c each
500 and less than 1000
....... 1 4 % c each
1000 cr more chicks
A discount of i jc per chick if ordered before January 1
Smith Quality Poultry Farm
O A K STREET
The Health Board Says:
“ KEEP Y « O U R CHILDREN OFF THE STREET”
But how are you going to do it?
W e imagine that question has been uppermost in the minds
many mothers, and here is a suggestion—
USE TH E R A D IO
A N N O U N CE S
Wonderful programs are being broadcast every day and with
spend the winter in Oakland, Cal.,
Mr. Williams is the father of Mr.
Claude Williams and Mrs. E. R.
Newby of Bellview. All formerly
lived in Talent.
Mr. Wysher representative of
the Geo. Lawrence leather Co.,
of Portland made a business call
lust Friday on Mr. Marion Tryer
at his repair shop.
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retary und treasurer; Horn« Sand
lin, sargeant at urms.
Mr. and Ms. J. E. Barton anti
family und Mrs. Barton’s mother.
Mrs. Perks have moved from the
Curl Ellis pluce to an orchard five
miles eust of Central Point
Mr. und Mrs. Harry Common*
Mr. W. W. Estes took a large
nnd family are soon to move on the basket of dressed rabbits to the
C. B. I.atithkin pace in Beeson Medford market lust Saturday
Iuine. Mr. nnd Mrs. latmblin are morning and delivered an equal
moving to Ashland. Mr. Lambkin amount to the Ashland markets in j
was Maying of Ashland privous to the afternoon.
his moving (o Talent.
Mr. Frank Manus came over!
Mrs. J. R. Robison was a busi from Ft. Klamath nnd is visiting
ness culler in Ashland Wednesday. at his sisters, Mrs. Mary Learning
Mrs. Geo. Briscoe of Ashland nnd family.
and her mother Mr*. Wesley Vog-
Mrs. A. O. Manning spent last
ell were business visitors in Med Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. |
ford Friday ust.
Fred Smith of Ashland called
The Wisdom family moved from
on Mr. Marion Tryer last Sntur-
Butte Falls into the Lawrence Wil
son property lust week.
Mrs. Clair Gruhant who has
Mrs. Ed. Chaplin who spent the
been with her mother in Ashland
past week with her uncle Mr. Ev-
the past three weeks has returned
erette Boone und family left the
to her home in Fern vtdley.
first o f this week for her home in I
The Rebeknh club met with Lethbridge Alberta, Canada.
Mr*. Ed. Robison
Misses Ruth Howard o f M ed-:
Creek last Friday afternoon. The ford and Ressie Connor, and Mrs- I
ladies spent the time tying com srs. Si Stockwell und Karle Hamit-,
forters. Refreshments were serv ton motored o\»>i to Little Apple-
ed by the hostess.
gate Sunday, visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. T. M. Williams o f Belle- Glen Snltmursh.
view district left last week
Mrs. E. E. Cooke spent 'Pues-
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Enders Block Ashland, Oregon
THE BEST OF MEATS AND POULTRY KEPT IN THE
BEST OF CONDITION BY
Farmers and Stockmen are requested to call at I am in the
market for tke choicest stock and poultry
CLOSING OUT SALE
Entire store must be closed out by January 1st. Everythin
ters, etc. Shoes, Gloves, Mens and Ladies Furnishings, R l
Blaziers, Mackinaws, Underwe
Come to the big show, the
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