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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View This Issue
Mrs. Sylvan Provost. It* is. plan» ftfnds, there will be no levy thia' lived on it for a number o f yuars.
ned to have muny guests at this^year for redemption o f highway..^acyaa itfuldren were born there:
party arid those wishing tables bonds, which last year was 1.3 Jyhn,.d»»nes Monroe, Dave. Sarah
should make arrangements with mills, netting $41,000, and no (Patterson now deceased)
one o f the hostesses above named, levy for highway bonds interest, tha (Shook), Minnie
which last year we 1.5 mins, net- also deceased, and Stacey ( Bar
IN T E R C L A S DEBATES
By and by we bought a large
i Sirs. Herbert Sphect and Mrs.
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ranch 14 miles from Ashland,
frrceman o f Ashland attended the
Balding, Tom Boswick and Duane
where we lived until 30 years ago,
Mance here Saturday.
Malone. The chairman for the de
when we sold the ranch and moved
I Mrs. Jack Clark o f Hilt visited
bate was Xedra Bartlett, and the
lfri” "ds here Friday.
I judges were Conch Cripe, Miss
Mrs. Clara Aiken o f Ashland
“ And here,” said Grandma, “ I
Dwyer and Miss McCormack. It is
mas a business v :sitor here last
am yet, lonely and com pun ion less,
generally supposed that a debate
but enjoying good health. I do my
\ :s very dry and boring, and that
Mr. and Mrs. James Clyburn
own work with the occasional help
it is permissable for a part o f the \
^A n d daughter, who live on a ranch
o f a good neighbor woman who
mbly to either sleep or study
the Klamath river visited rela-
runs in to help me out each day. I
| during one, but Monday’s debate
^ K v e s here last week. They retur-
can hardly believe that I am 93
proved and exception. Child labor!
^ A ed recently from a visit with re-
years o f age, it doesn’t seem poss
is an interesting subject and the |
^ fctive s in Prescott, Arizona.
ible that I am that old.” and she
| debaters presented
D. C. Earhart was a Yreka visit-
ments in such a pleasing and ef-1
M tr last week.
: fective manner, that the entire as-1
■ -Mrs. Mary Johnson, daughter
semhly was very attentive. It is
flM ice, and son, Carl, and Mrs. Vi-
j hoped that when the interscholas-!
^A la Eastlick spent the week-end
acres to the. fire. The 1927 total tiv debates begin that the student I
^Arith relatives in' Fort. Jones.
i body will continue to show _ as [
I Mr. and Mrs. C lifford Haz«l- o f 62 acres burned is less than
much interest and enthusiasm as
MS ti ' m I were Hilt visitors Monday, four thousandths o f one per cent
H E A T IN G
o f the acreage in the Siskiyou t it has sr, far this year in its var-1
~ Hazelwood entered the tiog-
^ ■ t a l there for medical treatment.
One activity which is well un- j
£ Lloyd McCauley o f Vallejo, and o i forest lauds, within the Siski
way nnd which the students J
|lis mother, Mrs. Francis Brown
No increases have been made in
p ( Dunsmuir, visited at the home
fef Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gosney last the personnel in the fire fighting niversary play. Miss Dwyer, as
crews during the past season. The sisted by Miss Berg, Miss Clarke •
I Thomas Salsbury and son and season, however, was as hazard and Miss Radde, has selected the
entire cast for the play, “ His Maj
® o e Hicks o f Calahan, visited ous as any previous year, it was
esty, Bunker Bean,”
riends here last week, while on asserted by Mr. Billingslea.
keir way to Beaver creek where
Forest rangers during the sum
The junior class held a candy
ley will spent the winter at the mer kept records o f the number of
airy Queen mine,.
persons who visited their parts of sale at the high school Tuesday
Mrs. P. Lyons o f Hilt was a the forest. Their total was 71,440. noon. The money from this, and
usiness visitor here Wednesday. An effort was made by the rangers many other similar sales that the
Mrs. Joseph Gibeson and daugh- to exclude those persons believed juniors will sponsor, is to be jused
srs Elizabeth and Isabel o f to have been transient and who fo r the junior-senior prom and pic
This first candy sale was LO C AL W O M AN CELEBRATES
reka attended the dance here did not stop for any length of nic.
by the student)
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Mrs. C. Burns o f Hilt was a
The bulk o f the visitors to the
and his family who were dear old
usiness yisitor here Saturday.
forest were brought by automo
friends o f the family. Mr. Alford
Miss Alice Parker o f Chiloquin, biles, there being 68,255 o f these
was the name o f this kindiy
0 gon, is the guest o f Miss Pearl visitors. Boats and stages took in
1110 more. There were 1220
were so delighted to see us again
1 The Misses Mary and Nellie hikers nnd 850 went in with hor
that they insisted on us settling
D mnis o f Edgewood arrived Mon- ses.
near them. W e paid fo r the im
V y for a visit with relatives.
A t the height o f the fire sea
on a place that Mr. A l
I Mr. and Mrs, S. E. Tyrer o f son, when other forests were be
ford had taken over and settled
,th Falls attended the mas- ing closed to visitors o f any kind.
down on this donation claim and
Aierade dance here Saturday Supervisor Billingslea stated that
the Siskiyou forest would remain
Mrs. Marshall Horn
returned open. He asked fo r cooperation by
turday from Yreka weher she those visiting the woods and this
morning he declared that he is
more than pleased with the results
this cooperation brought.
Junction City— Wooden-rail
Horton rai|r-)ad will be built here
V r. and Mrs. Jjouie McMay o f from s u m m i t , •»*> • -
_ Saifm— Nejv , $»0,0.00
kiakiand were h ou jej;u fs;» o f Mr.
land Mrs. Tom Coppin last week Juntor'high school opened.
Millard Grubb o f Ashland spent
•the week-end with friends here,
Tom Gardner o f Copco was a
siness visitor here Saturday.
NeU Dennis returned Saturday
| !^r. and Mrs. Gordon Jacobs,
rs. Susan Jones and son, Albert,
otored to Weed Sunday.
Levert Davis o f Ashland was a
isiness visitor here Monday.
I Clarence Ragsdale of Sacramen-
§ visited relatives here last week.
N. A. Buckner was a Yreka
W O M AN'S C IV IC CLUB
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must be accompanied by three
letters of reference or endorsed by
a member of the Federated Clubs.
The note is signed and counter
signed, and the applicant is re
quested to keep in touch with the
Board o f Trustees by writing a let
ter every three months. Repay
ment o f the loan is expected after
the girl starts to loan.
Every loan that has thus been
made has been promptly repaid,
and last year *8,000 was paid back
into the treasury. Since the or
ganization o f the Scholarship Loan
in Oregon, over 680 girls have
been assisted in finishing their col
Mrs. Palmer and Mrs. Severt
and last year there!
Fourteen of this num-
alter school. As usual everyone
Gordon Jacobs went to Kl&m-
was very much pleased with the
h lake Wednesday duck hunting.
returned with the limit.
Friends o f Mrs. Tobitha Jacobs
A SH LA N D TAXE S
?t at her home Wednesday after-]
on in honor o f her 81st birth-!
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y. ' ‘Grandma’ ' Jacobs as she *•
The bonded indebtedness o f the
ally known has lived in this ¡ego c<>.ir.-t-
county is $490,000. Owing to the
Immunity nearly fifty years and
application o f O.-C. tax refund
I many frier.!.- who tender best
shes to her. Those present at her
me were Mrs. Mary Campbell,
Mary Clauson, Mrs. N. A.
Blcteer, Mrs. Ralph Ladd, Mrs.
H la Folwer, Mrs. Jennie Hobson,
B - . Ed Hallowell. Mrs. Fred
Hnomingcump, and Rev. and Mrs.
H-Vrs. Mike Walch returned to
Hkland after a weeks visit here
Friday and Saturday
November 4th and 5th
And will give practical demonstrations on
the decoration o f furniture, brica brae and
W e invite all of the women in South
ern Oregon to call and take-advantage
of the many helpful suggestions that
Miss Smith will nake.
Endera Block Ashland, Oregon
TH E BEST OF M EATS A N D P Ò U L T R Y K E P T IN TH E
BEST OF C O N D ITIO N BY
Farmer* and Stockmen are requested to call a* I
market for the choicest stock and poultry
W e Can Faithfully Fulfill Your Needs
TO ILE T GOODS
This Department o f ours has won poularity
because of its completeness.
With each copy of this add brought to the
store we will give 10 S & H Green Stamps.
Lithia Springs Pharmacy
Out of Town Owner
Offers this nearly new home at Public Auction
at Ashland, Oregon, 372 Iowa Street
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8
at 2 o'clock sharp
Doors are open for inspection
Description of said property : Five room newly-
painted and plastered house. Double garage,
Lot 50x200 piped for irrigation. New 12-16
Terms of Sale: By assuming mortgage of $1100,
due about 18 months, Balance to be cash.
Owner: A. B. Evans, Salem, Oreg,
Clerk: A. M. Beaver
Auctioneer: V. W. Knott
A fter reading this,
»gestioto l y
Bundle up the,
r o c e rctary
Facial consist« of
l-50c Jar Cold
Ashland Laundry Co
nd— Ornamental P ’attcr
■vork* at Albina pay $500-
'ar in v a g e i.
>rd reports a great scar-
"uses to meet
Pillows, feather ticks
mr. and Mrs. C. E. Williams of
- S. Newton, county superin
> d visited Mr. and Mrs. Severt
dent of schools, visited the
hnson Sunday. Mr. Williams and
motored to Ashland
Bloomincamp, H e n r y
1 rank Echert o f Corning ar-
^ A 'ie and son. Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
‘ k Monday to visit friend«.
ir Cooley and Joe Soares at-J
Joe Cary and Albert Jones at-
Uied the auction sale held at
' ied the Elks dance in Monta-
! Alves ranch near A ger Satur-
p Saturday night.
A masquerade dance was held
le Saturday evening. Mr. and
W e’ll call for them,
i »e next m eefn g o f the e! :b
wW I** held Tuesday, November 15
* n<* *111 be an afternoon o f card«
both “ 500” and Bridge tables will
be arranged. The hostesses
charge o f the tables w ill be Mrs.
P- K. Hamomr-t, Mr*. C. I.
Porter, Mrs. W. 1» M a-ey and
but one ?vm
l-50c Jar Vanish
l-25c Cake Wood