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F O R M E R L Y C E N T R A L F O IN T A N D A S H L A N D A M E R IC A N
VOLUM E 3
A S H L A N D , JA C K S O N
T U E S D A Y . O C T O B E R IS, I U T
0 NEW FORO TO BE Local W om an Has a
Most Interesting Mirror
It 1 0 U L I 0 NAMED LINFORD
n r O ll I T
Y. M. C. A.
DIES ON SUNDAY
Among the lovely furnishings in ed also and when they returned
Mrs. H arriet A b bott Pastes Aw ay
Miss Hargrove’s Millinery Shop,1 to Ashland a number of year* la
at Hom e o f
Mr. ansi Mrs.
is a massive and impressive old
A m os N in in fer
ter, they brought the mirror with
mirror which reflects from out its
them. After a few years in our
have been repeatedly asked for in- crystai depthg the very es, ence o f ( th
Mrs. Harriet May Reeser A b -:
| formation concerning the
new romance and adventure.
This city. »»»>" the spirit o f unrest in-
bott, died at eleven o ’clock Sun
hord, and we are pleased to give beautiful piece o f furniture has n vaded their nomad souls and they
day evening at the home o f her j
jour readers the full benefit of the j faaeiuMting hjstory. lt is thou^ t mugt away ^
mo„ tQ w „ k gd.
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
I lrlformat,on we ha,J gleaned
from to be a century old. It was brought venture. Alas! the mirror to dear
Mrs. Amos Nininger on the corner!
' first one source and another. Here I over to th. stat„ from France by to their hearts had because of their
of Pioneer and Hargadine streets. |
Harriet May Reeser, daughter of j
a young couple on their honey- restlessness become a burden tc
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Reeser who i
The new Ford product will be moon abroad. During middle age them, at last they decided to part
known as the Linford, taking its this couple came to Ashland to with it. At this time 30 years ago.
were pioneers o f Jackson county!
name from Abraham Lincoln, its receive the benefit of our excel- Miss Hnrgrove was employed on
was born in Jacksonville, Septem- ]
founder, and Henry Ford, ita man- j lent climate and mineral springs, her first business venture, sh° saw
ber 18th. 1863 at the Reeser home
Nearly Eighteen Hundred ufacturer. Some other name may Jbut the spirit o f unrest seized this wonderful mirror, fell in love Many Matter* o f Import stead. She was 64 years and one Coach McNiel of the Non
¡them; they felt the call o f the cor- with it and secured it at a sacri
month at the time of her death.
Dollars Raised in First
The car will be equipped with a|a' **rmlds o f «""o lu lu . Because fice from its owners, and it lias ance W ill Come Before
Mrs. Abbott’s husband Charles
running gear, engine body, gaso- o f tht U‘nd« r «« o r a tio n s attach- found rest and happiness in *-er
Abbott, who was connected in
Morning's W ork
line tank, radiator, and other ac-
to the mirror, it was transport- shop ever since.
business in this city for many
years, preceeded her in death sev
cessorien usual to other automo-)
eral years ago. Mrs. Abbott’s girl
FORD TAKES LEAD
hood and woman hood was spent TELLS OF CH ARACTER
W ILL FIX ROAD
The wheels, o f which there will
in Ashland where she numbered
be four, will be set on axles and
her friends by the score. She was
will turn around and around, for
Team Headed by John ward or backward, depending on
Nevada Street to be Im beloved hy all for her sunny Speaker, Declares Charac
smiles. Her deeds of tenderness,
the choice and skill o f the driver.
"Evening Clothe«" to he Shown at
$igg* Turn* in Most with
proved so Farmers W ill love and charity to those in dis ter is Self Mastery and
On the extreme front end, the
Vining Thee Ire Thursday end
figures for the Bible school are
tress and need. Her perfect dispo
car will be equipped with a radia
Total o f $430.00
not available at this time, Mrs
Not Have Detour
sition was the admiration and en
Respect for Others
tor, which will serve as a resevoir
Grace E. Andrews, instructor of
vy o f all who knew her. While she
for water with which to water the
The birth o f an heir in a dis Bibe school, indicates
had been in ill health for some
road. The front of radiator will be
The Fords won the first lap in
necessitated registration is fully up
An effort will be made at a time she was happy, care free and
Character consists of a respect
meshed so as to be an excellent tinguished
the Y. M. C. A. budget derby when
smasher of bugs, insects,
other about 1000 miles of extra travel year’s registration, and that indi special meeting of the Board o f , hopeful up to the end. Her fatal for the rights of others and Per
at the noon day luncheon today
for the Adolphe Menjou company cations point to a better percent Directors o f the Chamber
of illness was of a few days duration fect Self Mastery, Coach McNiel
peoples’ chickens and the like.
it was.found that teams represent
Situated somewhere on the car making “ Evening Clothes," his age than last year. In the Bible Commerce tonight to have Nevada and practically free from suffer of the Normal school told mem
ing this side of the contest had re
bers of the Y. M. C. A. Budget
will be a gasoline tank which will latest P*r*™ ou y starring vehicle school, which started Monday, Oct street fixed up so that farmers j ing.
ported more funds pledged than
four coming into Ashland will not have
After her husband’s death Mrs. 1 drive committee at the
contain a certain number o f gal- coming to the Vining Theatre ober 12th, there are now
than the Chevrolet representatives.
classes with a 100 per cent atten to drive a half mile out of their Abbott made her home with her] Kick o ff banquet held last night
’ ons of enisoline. or any liquid sold Thursday and Friday.
The total amount rai'-'d on ts "
The heir in this case happened dance, and all other classes show way to reach the city, according son and his wife Mr. and Mrs. in the Presbyterian church. Mr,
as gasoline by filling stations. A
budget was $1764.00 according to
| lesser number of gallons can be us to be a thoroughbred colt, and the a good percentage. Attendance at to secretary o f the Chamber of j Chares Logan o f Yreka, Califor McNeil further brought out the
figures compiled by Secretary! W.
production schedule o f the "com the Bible school is entirely optional Commerce, E. G. Harlan.
nia. Mrs. Abbott was devoted and fact that the work o f the Y. M.
ed if desired.
P. Walters, with the team head
with the parents and pupils, and
member o f
Baptist | C. A. is largely character building
ed by John Riggs taking the fead Seats E quipped W ith Cushions .
the classes take one hour each will come before the board at t o - 1 Church during her entire life. She among boys of an age where they
il» the forenoon’s standing with a
I required a “ new born foal,” and week from the regular school nights meeting, chief of which will leaves to mourn her loss two can accept the teachings of the or
total of $430.00, G. A. Briscoe's cushions o f more or less softness. any colt over three days old would work, both by pupils and their
be plans to assist the Parent teach daughters Mrs. Jerry O’ Neal and ganization and apply them in thfr
team came in second with a pledge On the touring and sedan model not do.
parents, and under thc^able sup ers Association, complete some fi
building o f their moral physicat
Mrs. Amos Nininger of Adfiland.
the rear seat will be placed direct-
o f $332.00.
the nancial (dans they have, in order
So. just as soon as word was, ervision
, __. of Mrs. Andrews.
two sons, Charles Logan and Max and spiritual life.
Twenty men came in from their ! ,y behind th* front " * •
The speaker took the various
flashed from the fashionable B ur-!
pn*yU8 from ,irrt to sixth that the local delegates may at ; Camps of Yreka, California, three
ardorous labors of the forenon to |
wil1 he protect<ld from sun-
o f boy hood and
grandchildren, Dorothy Nininger,
attend the luncheon, and with ra' n’
by * top'
_ _ _ _
tage of this work, which includes
the colt’s mama waj domiciled,,
Logan Nininger, and Billy Hulen. them through each step in life and
at La Grande.
each report’ there was either praise
In iront o f the front seat and
Bible stories, pageantry, drama
applied the Y. M. C. A. to each
that ‘...o teir had ¡'•rived, t u
The matter of Forums will come She also leaves three sisters, Mrs.
or ridicule, offered by those who behind the radiator will be placed
tics, and other interesting features
point that he brought out. He con
were either on the winning side ; a windshield which will serve as s
o f the course. The work is under up for discussion and according to
cluded by declaring that the Y.
or were listed among the losers. barometer. When it is raining the
the general supervision of the
Margaret M. C. A. was building citizenship
The workers were highly optimis- " ’ ndshied will become
smeared j PREPARATIONS MADE school board and the church board. plan will be suggested that the California, and Miss
one and emphatically declared
Forums be held twice a month,
tic about the outcome of the m oor-' with mud- water’ etc- frora P***"
FOR AN OPERETTA
and that they alternate one a night brother Horace Reeser of Tigard,
ings activities, and some are pre 1 ing vehicles.
pended upon the boys o f today.
meeting and one a noon day lun
The car will be guided by
dicting that Wednesday evening!
His talk was preceeded by com
Eveyone who enjoyed the op
UNUSUAL DISPLAY cheon. Their is nothing definite on were held Tuesday afternoon at munity singing under the leader
should see the budget completely steering wheel which will turn the eretta “ Miss Cherry Blossom”
this however and it will be defi 2:30 o’clock in the Baptist church.
raised. It was pointed out however, car to the right or left, but never last year at high school, has an
ship o f V. D. Miller and Lou Han
The window in McNair’s RexaH nitely decided at tonight’s meet Reverend Myron S. Woodworth son accompanied on the piano by
by others that this depended en both ways at the same time.
idea of the new, treat which is in
ing. The board of directors for had charge of the services. Inter
tirely upon the activities o f the
Billy Briggs delightfuly entertain
Entrance to the car may be store for them when the Junior store fairly shrieks of Hallow’een.
some time have been adjourning ment was made in the Ashland ed the workers with a solo.
workers, and that a continued con gained through doors cut some High pupils present their three-act
centrated effort* was all that was where in the body, or if desired by operetta “ Yanki San” within the ens, perched comfortably on a their various metings subject to
Folowing the main talk of the
needed to wind the work up in n climbing over.
evening. O. F. Carson, head of the
next few weeks. A fine cast of
Hallow’ een Owl wisely content- to fixe a definite time for board EXPLODING TIRE
Chevrolet division and E. G. Har
The sedan and coupe model will j about Eighty-five pupils are being
at* r tbe weird scene below: A I meetings. This is considered of
SHATTERS GLASS lan leader o f the Fords, gave short
be closed cars, and the touring chosen from the entire
Mis« Prof U8ion of tall cornstalks, a fun prime importance by board mem
talks in which they good naturedly
THREE IN ONE
cars and roadsters will be open' High School student body,
ny scarecrow, black cats, pump bers as it will allow matters to be
chided each other, and both pre
FAM ILY HONORED
kins, skeletons and whistles, with taken up in routine manner.
an outstanding victory for
The engine of the car will be us-! in the public schools, who so vuc-
. . . . .
/-w— i • riotous scattering o f autumn
Plans also will be made to se Saturday afternoon, when it just the side which they represented.
To have three distinct honors ual in design and equipped with ...
„ . .. . v,
, , leaves over all, lending to
the cure many new members.
The meal served was a delicious
hapcr-iied tha* he was out o f his
r e fe r r e d upon three members of j gears, rings, pistons.
cylinders, Blossom both in New Mexico and whole, the very spirit o f Hallow-
one, and was prepared by the lad
one family is sufficient to cause a spark plugs, wire* and other doo-
A R N S P IG E R T E L L S PO L IC Y AS Klamath Falls freight truck blew ies o f the Presbyterian
broad smile upon the happy parents ' dads.
P R E X Y O R IR R IG A T IO N IS T S out, the rim shattering the plate Following the banquet H. C. Ga-
o f the three children, and that in
The car will be equipped with
I Marion Young,
glar- window of the Billinirs in ley, in an inspirational talk outlin
« way explains the reason Rev. H. pneumatic tires, which will
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Paulserud Ashland, who now lives in Central
“ As president of the Oregon
ed sales argument* to u*e in the
F. Pemberton’s usual smile is )ust placed over the wheels, tending to returned last evening from Cot Pointf gp4>nt Bevera, we, k, durin(r Irrigation Congress, my policy will surance office window. If Mr.
solicitation o f funds and W. P.
a bit broader than usual. He has give the car q soft, airy, easy-rid tage Grove where they spent th- j A u g u s t and September visiting re be thart o f the state reclammation
Walters gave the details of the
one boy Paul, who is a junior in ing feeling.
week end with Mr. and Mrs. John ¡ativeB at hi, o)d hoim, in Miw,oari bureau— getting bondholders, land
the University o f Oregon Medical -------Clipped by Lewis E. Etarr, Finnerman. Mr. and Mrs. Finner Mr. Young had not enjoyed a trip owners and all others interested in
death. Homer Bil’ ing» immediate
school in a recent examination Herrick Hardware Co., Waco Tex nan were former residents o f Ash home in thirty-five years.
Mr. irrigation together, making
Mrs. C. F. Tilton chairman
conducted by the National Board as, from the Woodson (Texas) land and have many friends here. Young visited relatives in several economic survey, and working out ly hung out a sign ndvising the
Ashland Health Committr
o f Medical Examiners, Paul was Reporter, “ 40 miles from a rail Mr. and Mrs. Paulserud were en states enroute.
a practical policy of
readjust ed, and busineaa continued as us announces that the monthly hal
one of the first ten in the examin
ment,” declared Olin Arnspiger, ual in this office, except for Mr. clinic which was to have
at the Finneran home.
ation upon phisiology, and was on
Mrs. Horace Mitchell who re manager o f the Talent Irrigation
held Thursday will be postpun<
the first fifteen per cent out of
sides In the Bellview district is re district, who waa elected president
time o ff to thank E. D. Briggs, until further notice.
the total o f 314 students all over
covering from a tonsilitia opera o f the conference at its meeting
for a delightful conversation that
the United States, that took the
OPENED YESTERDAY I,akeview will preside over the tion.
had taken nlare in Mr. Brirrs law
Miss Ruth Onnun returned
next session o f egeuit court
office, and Ly ul.lcli Hr. D '.Ii.ij: tl is ci!y Saturday, ttum tn «
Mrs. H. E. Huls and Mrs. Waldo
Earl is s senior at Willamette. •
The residence on B street form was detained long enough to misa
The public schools o f Jackson-
tended visit with relatives in t!
tober 24, according to an order Klum of Klamath Falla spent aev- erly owned by W. K- Smith who
and has just been informed that he
being in the path o f the missile. eastern states. Friends o f Mi
. . . .
, , ville opened yesterday morning.
was the honor student last year in ,
_ . .
* signed by Justice Rand of the era! days visiting with friends Mr. at present lives in Klamath coun
Osmun will be glad to. find h
o . .
. after being closed a couple of
both Sociology and Economics, and
_ __ .
r state supreme court. Judge C. M. and Mrs. Klum have recently been ty ia undergoing repairs and
, . , 'weeks, according to Principal G.
moch improved in health. She
Thomas, convalescing after a se transferred to that place.
much improved because o f the
Helen who has just entered this „ „ _
parted Sunday for the Lake of the residing with her aunt Mrs MVizi
Akool, has won a place on the glee i
Woods where they will spend a on B street.
However, a slight ban ta still ia sboent from the bench until) he is
Mrs. 0. F. Carson of Iowa street
or ten day* on a vacation.
___________________| force. Before and after school
was ill during the past week but
Mr. Keith. Chief Auditor o f the
Mrs. Biegel. daughter Miss Cal
Thacher ! I*00”
children are required
is reported to be improving.
Southern Pacific company from On the first of November, M t . and
Reverend and Mrs.
Biegel, and the Misses Helene ai
MY. and Mrs. Mark Crialer o f
San Francisco, visited friends be
V h o are now ministering st thè I
WBaiT1 within **** ow" yarda-
their residence on California and Gertrude Biede made the trip
Mias Belle Anderson is having tween trains Monday.
local Nszerene Church, plan to ! No running at large is countenanc- K)amath Fmllsi spent severs! days
Iowa streets, to a residence in the Roseburg Sunday by motor. Th«
start to Japan aext May to take ***' and tb'* ** rn^orc^d by f™*9- ¡n Ashland this week visiting with her rooming house on the corner
report a pleasant trip
Mrs. Crialers' sister Mrs. Frank, o f Fourth and B street repaired
Thomas J. Howard o f Bum*, Relleview district near the Briggs
up their missionary work again.
much rain from W olf Creek on
The Thar hers formerly spent three
years in missionary work in Jap- Krrn and children and Miss May preparing to move into a beautiful the carpenter in charge,
relatives and friend* in this city.
Benedict, and G. W.
Benedict new home in Klamath Falls, which
. - . ■
Mr. Howard arrived in town Sat
Mr. J, Spear and son o f Tt
1 were motoring in Valley
View |( nearing competion. Me. and Mrs.
Will Hedrick and wife o f B urday and ia planning to remain Cleo, Howell, junior high coach,
came to town Saturday to a
Mrs. Myrtle Wells and daugh- Sunday afternoon. The
Valley fritle r are former residents o f street are planning a trip to P ort-. indefinitely. Mr. Howard waa a and Hod Dunn, who motored to
ters o f the Boulevard were hap-! View orchards are the most beau- Ashland.
land son to visit their daughter, resident o f Ashland a number of Portland to attend the Callfor- tend to business and see the Dei
p41y surprised last week to receive tiful of the season in their present
Mr*. Opal Wilson and family.
years ago. and* he is delighted to nia-Oregon football game held peey-Tunney fight pictures at tl
Saturday afternoon on Multno Vining Theatre.
an express package containing a '
o f Autumn foilage.
Mayor Charles H. Pierce, Mrs.
be back again.
mah Field, returned to Ashland
Pierre, and Ray Clary left Sat or-
Mrs. Sarah Boots who has been
from their restives in Doug-
Mr. Frank Jordan left Mondi
| day for Southern California where visiting during the summer near I Mr. C. W. Fortmiller, manager Sunday morning. Mr Howell spent
**** County. The Douglas county
Elwood Hedberg is building
Company a short time visiting with his par morning on a business trip
deer are somewhat smaller than garage on the property where he they will enjoy n two weeks vac a - 1 Forest Grove is expecting to re- o f the J. C. Penny
those o f Jackson county but they lives on Mountain Avenue. Mr lion. They are making the trip hy turn tf> her home ia Ashland about made a business trip to Yreka ents and other relatives while in Portland, Mr. Jordan experts
be out o f town only a few day
age exceedingly fine o f flavor.
Hedberg'* father is assisting him. anto.
the first o f November.
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