The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19??, November 15, 1927, Image 1

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    Week
Tkf
R t fia lr r
M ajority o f
rra ck n
Farm
Ik*
H oaioa
la Southern O rrgoa
FORMERLY
V O LU M E
Such a mysterious
disease I
imong swine or cattle would be ;
vest ¡gated and fought by the
government energetically.
The Rockefeller Institute is do- j
Tig admirable work, but a nation I
f 115,000,000 should not leave!
uch a task to the generosity of
ne man.
A SH LA ND . JACKSON C O U N T Y .
3
OPENING
WILL BE
CENTRAL POINT AND A SH LAND AMERICAN
OREGON.
T U E SD A Y .
NOVEMBER 15. 1927
NUMBER 54
KIWANIS TO BACK Early Ashland Landmark TOUFIST TRAVEL
Gives Away to Progress
RED CROSS DRIVE
—
Silty
Four
Mora
Cart
I T. H. Simpson of Local Organisa­
With workman
busy
tearing
For the younger generation this Ona
Ragittar Thit October Ovar
tion It Ganara! Chairman
down an old building just hack of ig , rare sight and worth walking
Lati
O f Campaign
Emil Piels implement store.
it d#wn to the buiuling, to , ee ex_
1 marks the passing of one of the
iactly how the pioneers overcome
Tourist travel through the city
The local Kiwanians expect to early
Ashland buildings,
and
of Ashland has shown a decided in­
open the Red Cross membership shows the method of construction difficulties in their buildings,
crease this year over last during
campaign,
immediately
following
used
when
nails
werei
at
a
prem-
The
roof
and
sides
were
nailed
Forty Florida newspapers com-
the 12:10 luncheon at the Lithia I ium and .had to be transported; on with nails that were hauled the month of October this year.
lined to publish, every two weeks, i
Springs Hotel, Friday, November many a weary mile by team.
from Crescent City, and the nails this November, according to fig-
i special supplement, called “ The
18,
1927.
The
drive
is
to
be
con-
The
building,
according
to
Em
el1
were
the old fashioned type cut ures on files in the office of the
Farm and Grove Section” . It will 1
ducted by the members of the o rd -! Piel, was first erected in I860, Hails, or square bodies, with a C hamber o f Commerce. During
supply people in and out o f the
er, on the streets, among friends j just! east of the present residence square head cut from plate.
the month if October this year, j
state with full information about
and acquaintances, until the re- of Mr. Piel. and was built by Jacob
In 1887. the barn was moved 164 more tourists registered i.i
Florida’s agricultural
resources
quired quota is raised. T. H. Simp- Wagner father
of
Postmaster from its Granite street location Ashland than a year ago, and this j
^nd the way to develop them.
Mr. Frank R. Hammett, of Jack- Chamber of Commerce Dl- *on explf in*d the different types Wagner who used it for a barn, down the hill, to a place just op- month until the 12th of November profe#sor Q.
R Hy«lop
o f membership _of the organize- The lumber for the building wa- posite the Park Garage, where in >he increase has been about ten
p ^
Agricultural Col-
sonville. will have charge of this
rectors Vote to bupport i tion, stating hat the Red Cross purchased from the Wagner, Hell 1907, Mr. Piel purchased it, as per cent or twenty-six more for:
rrom A g
useful work.
lege Gives Talk
Opening
depends upon the dollar member­ man, and Gillette
Saw
Mills, well as other property’ in this v i-1 the first twelve days o f the month.!
ship funds to carry on the nation­ w’hich at that time was located cinity and moved it just back of
In October 1926, there were a
Wealth and fertility unlimited
DELEGATES NAMED al and international programs.
j just about where tTie Ice plant is the building ocupied by his im- total of 608 cars registered dur­ MANY ATTEND MEET
| are in Florida’s soil.
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] The four types have their own now located. The frame work is plement store, where it done active ing October as compared with 772 I
The “ tourist” will a'ways be
Local
People
are
Asked
to
special dues of $ i, $5. $ 1 0 and $25 built o f 6x8 Sugar Pine, dove tails service as a blacksmith shop, and | for the same month in 1927. For Forty Five Farmers and
one of the great Florida -rops, but;
yearly. Fifty cents from
each and motised with holes bored and later a store room. The roof how- the first twelve days in November
Kiwanians Attend Joint
Present
Chamber
at
Na­
, Florida in a few years will look !
membership is sent to National wooden pins, driven in tfo hold as ever finally succumed to the the ! o f this month there has been 240
Meeting
tional Meeting
I back with wonder to the lay when
Headquarters at Washington D. a substitute for nails, or toe nail­ ravages o f time, and it was neces­ registrations, while a year ago
the tourist was the “ principal” 1
■
sary to dismantle the building.
C. the balance remains in
the ing as is done in this day.
the total for the first twelve days
The Ashland Kiwanis club ob­
crop of the State and i.* chief fi-l
Steps were taken at the regular
treasury
of
the
local
chapter
for
was 214.
served their annual farmers day
naneial reliance.
meeting of the Board of Directors
home work. Two other types o
No l arlH ul.ii reason for this in 1 Friday when about forty M M
Industries will be < ‘ nblished i of the Chamber of Commerce held
membership are provided in addi-1
j creHse has been offered by the guests from the surrounding ter­
jnd factories built
tnrjughout >a*t ni8ht to a8ain have a Christ-
tion to the annual memberships;
j Chamber o f Commerce officials, ritory heard Professor, G. R. Hy-
- lorida as they are building now mas opening similar to the one last
and the pat-
I although it is known that the fall slop, from the Oregon Agricultur­
n California.
year when Ashland’s streets were the life membership
. . .
the
this year has been more conducive al college discuss some of
thronged with hundreds of people r‘ ,n s rn®m
>hip. A life member-
No one can estimate ’ ’ ip future
| to travel than a year ago due to problems that confront agriculture
i
to
view
the
windows
o
f
the
local
J
?
ip
ia
*
or
*
dollar
Pa>
’-
of that great State only TEMPO-!
Lithians to Have Charge of th« Twenty Round, of Boxing Will
| the fine sun shiny days that have today.
m*nA *.*"d..a patron’s membership
RARILY set back by l cal estate merchants. This matter was refer-, a
Roteburg Game, and makr
Be One of the The Big
$100
dollar
payment.
These
fees
prevailed throughout
southern
ed
to
the
Retail
Merchants
com-
In view of the fact that this talk
booming and foolishness.
Plant
Feature*
Oregon.
mittee, and it is thought that some i *b*!' ent’ reO > 8” to the Nation-
contained so much valuable
in­
definite announcement of the date, a e
>«>- treasury and are add-
formation
it
is
given
in
detnil,
Albert Edward Davies, twenty-,
The Ashland Lithians will dedi-
The Ashland Lodge No. 944, B.
made ‘ ed lo tbe endowment fund. The
through the courtesy of Ralph Bill­
eight, was told by doctors that his andthe ‘feneI*Bl plan w,n be
annual
Red Cross is dependent upon the cate the High School Grand stand P. O. E. will give the
ings chairman of the meeting.
three-year-old daughter must die
1 annual dues to carry on its exten- when the Grizzlies meet the fast Thanksgiving Smoker, on Satur-!
His talk was as fqllows:
The directors passed upon two i sive proirram
of septic pneumonia; it was only
Roseburg team here next Friday | day, November 19th, in the Elks1
Nine years ago today the civiliz­
refertndums
submitted
by
the
Un-
_
.
„
_
.
a matter of days. The child was
afternoon. S. A. Peters Jr., has Temple. Each member is privileg- i
ed world was l u l l e d over the suc­
n ’ 88 rl e' put 0:1 m been named as general chairman ed to invite one guest, eligible4 to
in dreadful agony. The
father ited States Chamber of Commerce . . ,.e *
cessful ending of
its
greatest
drowned her in the bathtub to end the first being on the proposed f * " 8* by tbe Mtd,ord Ki* » n' of the day’s activities, and has a p -1 membership, but no minors will Approximately
Four
Hundred struggle. Few of us realized the
four
hundred
million
dollar
t
a
x
,'?
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'
’
1
8
K"
ln*
"
Ver
80
b'K
,bat
her suffering. “ I could not bear
they were forced to borrow Red pointed Major C. A. Malone as be admitted.
| Were Here for Visit of Po­
serious problems of returning to
„
to see her suffer anyi longer.” he reduction. It was unanimous op-
chairman of the ticket sales com­
A fine one hundred and fifty |
tentate
. i
i
k
rt o .«<
1 t k A S
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'
roSi"
supplies
from
Ashland
to
normal peace time activities and
inion
of
the
board
that
any
action
said when he gave himself up.
mittee. L. L. Leedom and Arthur dollar dining room set will be
help them out.
-ome are still wondering if peace
taken by the President should be
M. Peters will have charge of the given away as first prize; a lib-
At the hour of 10:30 last night,
The judge said he was bound to backed up and it was so votefl.
music, and B. C. Forsythe will rary table as second prize; and a | Hillah Temple again ended anoth­ time normalcy has yet arrived.
It is therefore fitting today on
>>!1 the jury; “ Had this
poor The board also unanimously voted
took after the decorations.
j decorated floor lamp, as third er ceremonial; one this time thnt
this greatest of our national holi­
child been an animal instead of *n favor of Federal aid, in the
Every effort will be ^jnade a e-iP r' ze- These prizes are on display will live long in the memory of
days that we pause to think over
a human being the man would m“ tter of Missippi, flood contruLj
wording to Chairman Peters to at J. P. Dodge and Sons.
those who attended.
our mutual achievements and to
have been actually liable to pun- Members plannig on going to Haw-
make this the greatest day in the
Turkeys and hams, as well as
It was marked with unusual consider our joint or
mutual
ishment if he had not put it out of aii were °f>c>aIly certified as dele-
history of Ashland High school mfcny other useful articles will be achievement from every stand- problems.
its misery. 7 hat is the law.” The Kates from this Chamber
of Member*
of
Congregational football. Arrangements are being dispensed.
Twenty
two
fast [ point and much credit is due to
This is the time when we need
jury acquitted the man.
Commerce, to the National Cham- j
chul ch Observe Church
made to secure the services of the rounds have
been
arranged | the committees and members who organizations of builders; those
Birth control ladies will be m- ber o i Commerce meeting to b e !
Dedication
band, and the Lithians Will meet for the athletic fans, with Gen# contributed to it’s success. After
who are looking ahead in all voca­
terested in his case. His wife was held there. Announcement o f those j
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and attend the game in a body. O’Grady of Ashland and Pat Me- a busy session of confering the
tion that we may avoid too much
tubercular, had four children in irom A^land that will make the
The Ashland Congregational The dedication ceremonies have
Fadden o f Klamath Falls as head first and third sections,
which j of class misunderstandings and
four years, died in the fouth child- *r’ p wl^ be mad* soon.
church started a campaign Sunday not been announced as yet, but liners.
took pl%ce in the afternoon, came ! prejudices and really progress to-
birth. The law would have pun-
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1 morning for raising the
1928 'preliminary plans call for an un-
The annual big crab feed will the one session that was probab­ ward constructive ideals for a bet­
ished anybody showing her how to j^ jp yy js jp MRS FNDERS Eburcb budget. This was the first usual and impressive service at
conclude the evening’s entertain­ ly as impressive as any; the ban­ ter community and state and na­
avoid that.
the game.
ment. All profits derived from this quet held in the Elks Temple at tional success.
HOME FROM TRIP Z Z lT rS "L T
event goes to the Christmas Char­ 6:45,
Annual Day
made to the budget were more CHAMBER RECEIVES
ity Fund.
Surely no one ever dreamed of
Today is your annual Kiwanis
Mr. and Mrs. John Enders re- than generous,
n better one and the Plaza, under agriculturial day. the day o f agri­
M ANY MAGAZINES
turned Friday night from a busi-
Reverend C. H. Harrison of
whose management the banquet culture in your organization and
(ness
trip to San Francisco, where . ¡ Portland, . superintendent
,
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"a s served is to be congratulated. I am to tell you of some o f the
The
Ashland
Chamber
o
f
Com­
they purchased an extensive line Oregon Congregational confer-
During this hour, musical selec­ things the Department of Agricul­
merce
is
delighted
with
the
way
I of merchandise, ladies’ wearing an- ence spoke warmly of the fine
tions by Prof. Franz Auer and ture and the Experiment stations
Moroni Olsen Player* in Second : parei( beautiful novelties for the work thp loca, ch'urch haf, done the citizens of Ashland have re­
Dinge Bros. dance orchestra, and the Extension Service of the
sponded to their call for ol<| ma­
Season* Appearance Make
¡Christmas trade, shoes and hats, (luring the last year.
were given which were met with Agricultural College are doing and
gazines. newspapers, etc. These!
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Hit
,
>■
,.
1 Mr. .
. and Mrs. Enders visited ah
A very fine dinner was enjoy­ magazines are being distributed to M *mb«r* to Hold Meeting Next enthusiasm unbound, especially building and passing on fo the de­
wholesale houses and exclti-
when Prof. Auer started playing velopment of better farming.
'lhur»d«y Evening at Athland
. ‘ i .• Moroni Giscn Players up- PjVP department stores, gathering ed in the church parlors follow­ people who li\e out in 'distant
old
time songs such a* “ Old Ri „
ing
the
morning
services,
by
the
(Continued on Page 6 )
trade
points.
Mr.
Harlan,
secre-
Hotel
ibid their splendid reputation la-t tbe newest and th best in ide.;
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Joe.” “ The Side Walks o f New
members and families of the tary of the Chamber o f Commerce
1
e vening at the Southern Oregon | aru| goods.
<
church. Mr. 11. C. Galey,
_
The Tourist Publicity Group, ' o r a n < ^ t»any others o f equal
Apple Display
Don
¡stales that these people are pro­
Normal auditorium in presenting
The Lilies o f the Field - a spark-1
End/ rs, states tbat }•*'*'* Spencer and Rev. C. D. ' Gaffn'oy fuse in their thanks, and appre­ sponsored by the Ashland Cham-! eons«’ilu«ncea,
Mr. Albert Johnson of 601 W’ al-
afternoon frock3 may he had in were the comnvittee*in charge of ciate the efforts of the people in ber o f Commerce will meet at fC
following the banquet came the nut street has on display in tha
ling Comedy of modern English
flat crepes, georgette, velvets, sa - ! the affajr. During the afternoon their behalf.
’clock Thursday evening at the 8< < >nd and busiest section o f the | window of the Chamber of Com-
life, by John Hastings Turner, and
ins. and soft wools, in the neutral members were solicited, and it is
Ashland Hotel. J. A. McGee is i c<’rf“m°nial; that in which the can- merce one of the Gnest apple ex­
the crowd which filled the auditor­
shades mostly but the styles a r c , thought the campaign will
be |
chariman
o f this group which ¡f l di<fates were given an opportunity hibits of the sea* >n. He hu. „ box
ium received the production with
very versatile. Sports dresses, are completed within the next few j SPFCIAL RATES MADE composed o f the business men o f] to act tor themselves. During this of Winter Bananas, a box o f
genuine enthusiasm.
OVER THE
in flannels, jerseys, and wools, i days. Reports of the various de-
_____ HOLIDAYS the town who come in direc t con-J
many speakers were heard Newtowns, a box of Golden Deli­
-x. The Moroni Olsen Repertory
some in somber hues and some in j „artments o f the church show re-1
¡tact with tourists and strangers |8 n<l l’rint'upally, the Imperial Po- cious, and a box of regular De­
Company presented this drama
flaming colors.
markable growth, and large in-
George Kramer, local ag mt of passing through Ashland. The pur- tentafe Clarence M. Dunbar. Tlis licious. These apples have arous­
with finesse and artistry and the |
humo: rous situations were brought. Evening gowns are coming down crease in membership and prosper- the Southern Pacific company in pose o f this class is to be able to Hp*‘ech wa* of importance and was ed much favorable comment be­
this city has announced that round handle the visitors and strange # !' ,,,ntively listened to by all. He cause of their exceptional beauty
out to the very best advantage
,n *vn« th
are v*'ry ful1’ 8° r '*j ,fy and success In general.
trip
rates of one and one-thirl with whom
come . in
contact.
,'tart«’d
°ut by making several
The plot o f “ The Lilies of the are
tbe
line*.
* n
d
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_ hu and size.
Field” is woven around the” live!
b,ve the “ "even hem line. ESTHER RALSTON GIVES THE far*‘ " i " b* granted to all points j intelligently and induce th«m U> j morou# remark* «nd then settlVd
T. W . Hudson of Scenic Drive
W ORKING GIRL GOOD BREAK in O'’* * 0" ’ California, and Neva­ investigate the attractions and op- doWn to * mor* »erious composure has on display clusters of Ever­
of two young English girls who i Tbe evenin* fr0ck m,y_ b*
th*
da, where the one way fare does portunities of Ashland,
before ¡ L*,,lnir o f the importance of the green and Himalaya blackberries,
are twin daughters of a Vicar and plaine!“ of th* plain o r*it may ^
not exceed $30.00.
fraternity; of what it should
going on their way.
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his wife. The grandmother from elab<>r* U ,y
Paying the part of Janet
mean which have aroused the curiosity
Tickets for children between the
to
f\ ery member; of the thousands 'and admiration of tourists and
London is the cause of some tense
The outstanding colors of the W'olls, private secretary to an ab-
A t this first meeting of
the
that
the strangers.
moments in the play and the s***on ar* black and brown. Felt; sent minded business man in “ Fig- ages of 5 to 12 * t half adult rates. Publicity group, Mr. V. V. Mills of crippled children
i M L DEDICATE THE
ELKS SMOKER TO
BE HELD SATURDAY
H U H TEMPII WAS
HOSTS TO M M
M I P M S IM IO
“EILIES OF FIELD”
PIEUSE AUDIENCE
«rrandmother’s part
was
taken hat* in a’ * c° l ors ° f
rainbow
most admirably by Janet Young. are worn. but
metallic hat,
bo has become a great favorite ! small, close fitting and somewhnt
into
great
*'*h Ashland theatrn goers. Mor­ irregular is coming
oni Olsen
played the part of popularity, especially for dances
h- naby Hadden, the antiquarian and afternoon affairs. Mr. Enders
*nd falls in love with the Vicar’s has purchased a wonderful line of
d* *hter, Elizabeth, played
by shoes in suedes, patents, satins,
al! the newest pumps, straps and
D’ r' thy Adams.
hrvon Kay Foulger. who has ties in the prevailing mode, suit-
•Ppcared here on several previous able for dress wear, and general
•«asions presented the character street. The Enders Store ia add-
®f the Vicar in true English style ing a gift department this is to
ures Don’t Lie” which reaches the
Vining next Tuesday, Wednesday
*nd Thursday and Friday. Esth-
er Ralston takes a role that she
has
always wanted to portray,
The, "working girl” theme has al-
ways been of special interest to
the blonde paramount star she de­
dares and she has wanted for a
long time U portray such a girl,
" I wanted to see the working
girl get a fair break in pictures,”
Miss Ralston said. “ You
see
I
Sale dates according to Mr. Kram-
er * rf 1° be in effect on Novem­
ber 22nd-23rd and 24th with re­
turn limit November 28th. Nor­
mal school students as well as the
general public may be able to Uke
advantage of these rates during
the Thanksgiving holiday season.
P op C ora D isplayed
will give a talk on the purpose of Xhrme were taking care of. . „ d of
his future work while in office. He
the class.
also spoke of what d great coun­
Earl Crow will speak on
the
try the Northwest was, and of his
Opportunity of Selling Ashland at
various impressions
since
leav­
the service stations.
ing Providence. R. I. J.*t July 8th.
J. B. Saundcr.i, will tell of the
And lastly, he demonstrated his
Opportunity to "Sell Ashland” at ability! as a musician by p|ay two
the Barber shops.
trumpet solos, accompanied by the
Harry Harrison will explain the Shrine “ Dutch Band.” It is estfi
°fPl^ rt“ n*tU'', ** lh* GmT*** mn* "«•ted that nearly 400 Nobles at­
J. E. Parr, the opportunity at the tended the ceremonial, many com-
Hotel Desk.
' " 8 in late just in time to get in
on
the events of the evening. It
These meetings promise to be
both beneficial and interesting. •« safe to « y that Hillah Temple
They will convene
every
two made a lasting impression on the
members o f the Imperial party
weeks.
•nd that it win long remember
Among the school teachers who Southern Oregon.
Busin«** Men's CUs*
The Young Business men's class
of the Presbyterian Church met
Sunday at the church
in their
first regular meeting.
About eight or nine'young men
were present, and Rev. Mitchel-
more who is class leader expects
about fifteen or twenty present
next Sunday. This class promises
to be very interesting and
the
election of officers will take place
next Sunday.
A plate of popcorn on display
at the Chamber of Commerce, :a
causing much comment. This com
*nd accent. All of the other mem- ** v* ry «o»P*«te. here everything worked mighty hard as a young yellow in color, and each ear at
b‘'r' of the company were
well may be found in the latest novel- *ter although I never was a steno- least ten inches in length, arms
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Badger
ra»’ and the audience was gener- ri**’ *“ *u b l* ior Christmas gifts, »rapher. I have seen the working grown by W . J. Albert and he
stopped o ff to visit Mrs. Badger’s
0u* and appreciative.
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ff>r! ridiculed and burlesqued and would be pleased to hear from ex­
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Adamaon
perts on the subject.
The Moroni Olsen Players will
The Southern Oregon Chapter 1 didn't feel that she was getting
north of Ashland on their
way
$*•>'
another
engagement
in <»f the State Music Teachers asso fair treatment.
home to California. Mr. and Mrs.
Coming at
Miss Mary Anderson has return­ attended the Home
^ ' !and under the auspices o f the ! cition met today in their first1
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Baker— Plans accepted for 103 Badger attended tbe Home Corn*
Misées
Jo them Oregon Normal school meeting of the season with
at
Mr. J. L Greenwood who rqr ed from Eugene where she took in Eugene last week were
ing at Eugene.
Dwyer, Johnson. Begg and Milne room $200,000 hotel.
** Jznuanf.
luncheon at the Hotel Medford. *>dee on Liberty street is very ilL I the Home Coming.