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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1927)
Majority o f
In Southern O r e g o n
FO RM ERLY
By Arthur Brisbane
V NIGHT CLUB LA D Y.
et her m a r r y
" John Sevbold, seventy-one, a
arnttr? Wants back $7,500 paid n
le d ia f Seybold talked to a spir-
t iw il'il “ Sarah,” liked Sarah’s
oiee,1 paid fo r Sarah’s wedding
res-:, at her request donated $500
or wayward girls. Then after he i
ad spent $7,500 to please Sar- j
h. on her promise to come to |
arth fend marry him, “ Sarah,"
ays t ie farmer, "never showed
Do not laugh. This old farmer
imply pnid in advance for hap-
iness to come later. Believers in
ome of many religions on earth,
he false or.os, are now doing the Elaborate
ante and will be disappointed as
Made by Chamber of
'armer Seybold was disappoint-
d. Their disappointment will
C E N T R A L P O IN T AND A SH LA N D AM ERICAN
A SH LAN D , JACKSON C O U N T Y ,
Hkis All Of
EVANGELIST Ï0 BE Claim Ashland
Essentials for Rabbit Raising
HERE OEC. 14TH
no MADDEN IS
TU E SD A Y, NOVEMBER 34», 1987
E BALL TEAM
A rlie Worrel who owns an at-i
Very recently he sold $7 pounds i
the M edford cannery. Although Twenty-Eight from
land at 470 Norm Main Street the new Zealand Reds are more
Faculty Enjoy Banquet at
Speak at the Ashland
n this city, thinks Ashland has 1 slow in maturing than the Flemish
all the essentials necessary for the i Giants, Mr. Worrel claims there 1«
rabbit industry. Mr. W orrel came as much profit to be made from
Ficticious telegrams and song-
Aimee Semple McPherson, well
,‘ o r to this city
early 1 them in the long run. The market by two trios o f renute .were two of
I known evangelist will make her
spring from Klamath Falls anil value on rabbit hide* is twenty- the mBjn features of a dinner a'
Ashland debut on the night o f Dv-
startetM n 'o - the rabbit business.1 five centa per skin, and out o f the i the Lithia Springs Hotel
1 cember 14, according to H. O.
He i- quite enthusiastic on the hundred million hides used yearly night given by Pres. J. A. Church-
: Butterfie.d. chairman o f a local
ubject tr.d much pleased with by the » ’ -.ked States only two per in ¡n honor of the football team
[committee in charge o f her vi.-it
he utcome g f his project,
:cent archaised in this country, the nf the Southern Oregon N orm n''
ito this city.
.dr. Wot 1 raise« rabbits both 'U 't majority are imported .
School. Several members o f the
According to Mr B itterfle1«!
.e market and breeding pur-
Mr. W rrel is building an ex- faculty were present
the Ashland Armory has be n se-
>>ses in the following
«train*: 1 tensive enclosed rahbitry and ex - 1 Ceach McNeal which made ag rand
■ cured for r. night meeting on this
New Zei. ir.d Reds. Flemish Gian'.- pect* to have 108 hatches install- total of twenty-eight for those Battery B Are
date, with the evangelist as the
Himalayas, White Flemish Giant«, i td by early summer. The rabbits present.
Members of Foot Ball
main speaker. She will come to
I and Silvers (or Champagne d< thrive or, roiled '« ley and atfal- Preceding the dinner. President
Ashland from a series o f meet
A rgenele). The
Himalayas are fa with an occasional bit of green Churchill made a shori address at!
ing« in Eugene. It is not known
principally ‘show rabbits’ having gras . So well doe* the Ashland w'**ch time Be introduced
, whether she will be here for more
VO TE ON PLAYER
LIGHTS ON 7:30
a pure white body marked with ■ r|irna>
Mr | Fuller, member o f the board
) than one meeting or not.
black ears, nose and feet. Several
o f regents, to those present. Fob
! o f Mr. W orrei’s original stock rab-
tlult ®e dom does h® lowing this, President
Churchill I Kenneth Madden Center
Schaumberg- Merchants Windows W ill
bit* took first prize at the Jack- j *‘vt'r
°ther than under the made the statement, he was w -II
Is Named as Most
Compete for Beautiful
Lippe, agtd sixty-one, wants to
county fair this year.
aware o f the fact o f how a man
marry a young Russian only twen-1
— I felt about making speeches at a
ty-seven. Lutheran clergyman re -1
| dinner and that he would refrain ' Shortly after drill Monday night
fuses to marry them, say.ng the
With elaborate plans being
from doing so and bid every one at the local Armory an informal
difference in age makes it ‘ un- rushed to completion everything
t° make the most o f their oppor- hot tamale feed was given
points to the second annual'Christ-
members o f the High school foot
To Long Illness; Funeral To
To refuse marriage to t se en- mas opening o f the Ashland mer-
ball team and their coach, Russell
be Held Thursday
titled to marry seems uneti :hical. ^ chants to be held on Friday Night
I pd by Roland Parks was next sung Cripe, in honor o f the successes
Alone counts are many December 2, as being one that will
H. L. Claycomb Local Dealer Hitlayh Templi- Has Honor ot and then the fireworks started. attained the past season. The o ffi
a woman of sixty-three is younger ,)Ut do the initial event. The event
Herman Mattern. fo r
First on the program was a song cers and members of Battery H
Makes Plans for First Big
Being First Purchaser of
in spirw than thousands o f others ¡, being sponsored by the Chr.iv years prominent and respected
dedicated to the past football trio w ire host* to the hoys and the
Sh owin g
her o f Commerce with Homer Bili- [ citizen o f Ashland, passed away
composed o f Coach McNeal, aud, feed, which-was o f an informal na
ings chairman o f f he Retail Trades -at-six o’clock Monday evening a t;
. . .
The full story o f the new Ford
Hillah Temple was the first Profesosrs Cnldwell and Taylor. ture, was most thoroughly enjoyed
And what about Sarah whose connrittee as general chairman for his home on Hnrgadine street. Mr
much by all present.
automobile, described by Henry I Ashland ofganiaztion to purchase No one realized that so
husband, Abraham, was 107 years evenings festivities, and J. H. Mc- Mattern had been in ill heAlth fo r i c- , _ . .
. - . , .
Captain Slack gave a short talk
, , .
Ford as being “ superior in design
Christmas seals according to Rose ability and talent lie in the fac
old when her son Isaac was bornj Gye cluiipman o f the advertising some tin y and his death wak not
and performance to any now avail- Tavurner Robinette Chairman of ulty. Intermitently, there arriv- on the purpose of the National
and Sarah not so much .you n ger*: computtee cWojferatingE
unexpected. His family w8s pres- ,,KI„ ■
a ." .
able in the low price, light
car the Ashland district. The
seals e<I telegrams which were of a fie- Guard and it/s relation to the com
Do Lutherans lack faith in thisi
T h e d e c o r k tio n s w .il
in 'a * i ** Tmle °
1 ■’ in*t w ,tl field.’ will be told first in Ash- were mailed out yesterday and in I *ioioos nature and at the same munity and the value
twentieth ceiu .ry? Let them read char* , U Major C. A . Malone
t e ex ep ion o ,
® ^ ° Nnd Fridav. December 2, accord- the -first mail this morning
the .*!■*• fBey had a real effect, which fro nithe training involved in the
the Twenty-first* Chapter o f Gen- h t o f the Electric Lj ht d
i is in i mess uv. «i an • a l ” r‘ ing to announcement today by lo- Masonic organization’s check was ‘‘"used much laughter.
course o f enlistment. Coach Cripe
tS lS a
. . .
ment o f the city and some elabor- nia, and is expected home
this cat dtfalers.
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responded hy stating how he and
A lady who manages a night ate decorations are being planned evening.
the team appreciated the co-oper
A public reception Is to be held 1 In view o f the fact that the let-1
ciub marnes her daughter to a with B Klant Christmas tree in the
ation o f the Battery. By a vote o f
Herman Mattern was born in simultaneously with similar gath- j tpr mailed out with the seals em-
British peer, and the world won- Plaza as one o f the features!'Noise Bohemia and came to, The United erings at every Ford dealer in the bodies the majority of the reasons
the team, Kenneth Madden was
elected the most valuable player
11 " eed n° i WOn- making apparatus confetti, and States when a young boy. He was | United States, thus constituting Tor the pui Chase o f seats it is re
in a part o f the greatest auu,..obile produced.
during the 1927 season. All o ffi
C,em0" 'S ° f
holiday things of a similar married to Frederika Spross-
Duke o f Saint Simon, and learn nature wi)) bp pnfvided
fifty-one show in the history ol !» t fndus-
cers and members o f the battery
how eager were men, with
the hundred high school students and 1 years ago, and they came to Ash
were present including all mem
(money, since the first sale o f 1907,1
greatest names to marry any sort I it js thou|rht that thev w, „ contri. land in 1896 where they have been
bers o f the team and Coach Cripe.
While no detailed descriptions j has cut in half the death rate from On* Hundred Twenty Ei*ht
of ^Shtm iete daughter o f a queer bllte to the . venings fun, with
residents most o f the time since. have yet been given out by local tuberculosis.
kind The history of England will ^
serpentine down th, Mnin Mr. Mattern was engaged in the dealers, the Ford Motor Company,! Your Christmas
also tell you on what many o f stre<,( . T he ,.ity hand w j„ a,so hp mining business, owning and
o p -! from its headquarters in Detroit, oient o f last year is bringing far
he great t.tles are based, name- on hand, and visitors are agIIIlr, d «■rating several large mines since Jia* announced that the new Ford reaching returns through the a,
Wimer hall was the center of j
l.v. on easy virtue, royal caprice’ ’. ,,f ^
18H2, be was considered an ex car will be as far in advance o f i tivities of the
Jackson County ,|f activity
on last Tuesday,
A night club keeper is a real lady
According to secretary o f the pert in this line hut for a number present public demand for speed. Health Unit and Public Health A*. : When a group o f Yeoman were
compared with some well known
the flexibility, control in traffic and sociation.
busy decorating the hall In Yen-1
Chamber o f Commerce. E. G. Har j o f year«, practically since
duchesses in history.
You paid $C()0 for Hospital ear - [ Blan colors, red and green, and Many Ch imneys of Gat are Found
lan, MV. Swem o f Medford will I W orld’s War Mr. Mattern retired economy o f operation as the fam-
In Strfcnf* Region In
judge- the window displays nf the j from work and enjoyed the com- ous Model T was in advance of f ° r 11 tuberculosis patients who b-»'paring for the Big Banquet for
on public demand whe nit was intro-1 could not help themselves.
*’ or three days previous three
merchant« and the winner will be forts o f his beautiful home
You paid for 15 layettes.
men' R- J- Monaon, from
awarded a beautiful cup.. Last year Hargadine street. Mr. Mattern was dueed in 1908.
Last your a chimney o f gas wai
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! You paid $100 for milk for tub- Bay> iorpman o f Lakeside Yeo-
the Automotive shop was d?c!ar- very well known in Ashland where
he numbered his friends .by the
man I^odge, J. B. Dos* atu| A. 1?. discovered in the lava beds u
ed the winner.
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T ou paid $180 for fl standard Cornelius o f Ashland, were out nt Modoc county, and later on a hun
H ISTO R IC A L SOCIETY
The fights in the down town dis
Tule Jake shooting geese for the' drtd more such chimneys wen
W IL L HOLD A DANCE
v' ' r
Regular Get Together
Meeting trict will 5e all turned out until
Banquet and as the tables showed ( found, hut the, nature o f the ga
You helped finnr nee 38
W ill Be Held at The
j with good success.
has not been determined by th<
marches up through the main thor-
ENJOYABLE A F F A IR
scientists, however it is thought U
’ ofare stopping at intervals to en-
I Screen Society is to hold its firat
I vhi H ous home* ami a big part o f he composed o f very deadly prop
The concert given Friday even- ‘lance Friday eyening, December!
V y" U
H “*' t '• with two
A r-Jular, get-to-gether meeting ’ '>ri;" n fhe crowds, the lights will
them roasted at the
Franklin: erties, because it is not only kill
>s U> vbe held tonight in the Ash- l,e ^ asf'e<f on- This was the same 'lo g . November 25th at the A«h- 2‘ a‘ the Moose Hall. Couple, « r e i " ® * , Pru° ^ ‘'ts anion*
ing o ff the brush and shrub-lik
A rom ery fo r the purpose of Proctdure as last year and attract- land Armory by Franz Atier, not- j lirKed to dress for the occasion in 1
' '/ ,Hn
The Banquet took place at 7 growths in that vicinity, but en
A health honor roll.
j ed,cellist and his assistants, Leon- [ the costumes of the old west, those
stimulating interest in the motion H<* much attention,
A complete dental survey fol- p. m. with state manager J. H. tire trees have suddenly disap
ard Pettit, violinist, and Mary quaint and colorful costumes that
picture project sponsored by the
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j Ezell and wife o f Portland pre peared evidently consumed by tli
I lowed by dental clinics.
American Legion Post'of this city, LUNCHEON HONORED Galey, Piartiste. proved a rare a,e so rapidly disappearing, with
their charm and romance into
irder the direction o f Carl A.
Y M AN FROM CH INA I'treat t<r the goodly number o f lo-
An investigating party coaipm
cal music lovers who attended d«’ - the background o f the
p io n e er^ ".*1* ,,nanc,,‘ thi* great -work.
Theobald, president o f the West
f men it. 'reeled i. su , wor
. - hese reals are One
< ’>'• ” t .t y
T* . ' ' . ' . * !'*“ *a t” * n'i _
(oa-t Hist,ical Screen Society as
A very enoy.ble and interesting spite the inclement weather.
j Childhood Class” o f new candi dug down into the ground withi
Several prizes will be given to lenveio
\ o b es
on the back ° f yo"c
mo ion pictuie company has af f ajr t o o |5 p|ace Tuesday at noon
M r. A u e r ’s most o u tstsn d ing
and packages. We are date* and one o f the degree sta ff! about six inches o f one o f th
spouting chimneys and were ovei
n* me '
i f The Lithia Springs Hotel, wh»n
your convenience a | and sponsors.
Real motion pictures are to be the local Y. M. C. A. gave a lunch- Fr. Servais, this was an especial-i and
Ashland Yeoman have the Hon come by inhaling some o f the ea
1880. Comedies and various j self addressed and stamped envel
taken i t this time to show those eon honoring Mr. Lawrence Tod- ! ly dificult and lengthy number,
or to he the third homestead in j caping fumes. Scientists are in
ill be staged
»tere^ed in the work, the tech- nem, Y. M. C. A. missionary in which was executed with
the whole jurisdiction, U. S. A. ' tending to investigate more thoi
beauty and skill capable only
" ,OVf*,* wl11 be taken o f
Bique included in the making o f China.
and Canada to secure the “ City o f ' oughly the cause o f the appeal
the master; his “ Liebesleifl" was I c r o w d ; members o f the society
TA V E R N E R RO B INE TTE
feicturAi. Mr Theobald will also
Secretary W. P. W alter o f the
Childhood Class (Hundred mem-1 ance of the gas and determine it
wealth o f ex-1 cho,en for thp leads in the motion;
Make checks payable to Rose
bers written, within 90 days) first j kind if possible.
i ° r r r,
, °n P'CtUre* ‘
Y ‘ M' C‘ A ' introduced Mr. Tod-
and “ Scherzo Menuet" pic,ur,‘,' P*ay wiH be presented, i Robinett, Ashland Chairman.
>n A.tfUnd and Oregon.
n<>m( who hroujrh.
„ trem<>|y pression,
is in Illinois an second in
uf and Tucker’s Old Time orchestra
The Ashland band will furnish instructive and inspiring message scintillated
Give* Clock Away
dressed in costume will bring back
wusic and a number o f prominent to the asembled members
team made its debut i The large clock for some tim
, _ .
. . . . . i th,> e* rlY western spirit.
Charles A. White local jeweler
Leonard Pettit, local v i o l i n i s t , __________________
» IT speak on the subject of guests. He «poke on the present
ha* been the envious attraction o
has announced a pre Christmas I
,h® - f r - ‘
ln (ine order.
the moff-n picture industry and Chinese situation, the cause o f the endeared himself anew to his Ash-1
many local women, as. it sets mt
BOY IS HELD
sale of jewelry, and has marked
»hat it means to Ashland,
jestically in the window o f th
revolution and the ftutura
o f land friends with His esthetic . . in-}
I terpretations on the violin. Miss 0jd v i _ _ „ v
. . . . . .
e « .
0 *vlamath rails young man was In addition to this Mr. White has dred and twenty eight candidates, Johnson jew elry is to be give
Hi-Y M ea ti.g
taken into custody
Monday by offered some extra special bar the newly organized Yeoman or away free to the person guessin
Mr. Todnem is an authority on
A Senior Hi-Y meeting will be the subject and before sailing for and Mrs. H. C. Galey, proved her Federal O fficer Talent and Sam gains for various days during the chestra under the leadership o f W. the nearest to the length o f tim
held this evening st the Y. M. C. the United States made a tour o f ability as an outstanding artist, Prescott. Gaillonette was driving ‘‘•I* that are attracting consider- V. Croft opened the musical pro the clock will run, all which toub
A. hesdquàrters in Pioneer Hall. the principal cities in China, where and won the warmest praise for s 1927 Star Coupe loaded with 50 able attention,
gram, comprising several
Thi* contest is in conection witi
The haior guest will be Lawrence he interviewed revolution leaders her excellent work.
gallons o f moonshine liquor, in
and instrumental numbers.
a Jewelry sale being staged by Mi
Todnem, Y. M. C. A. missionary in and gathered information first
five ten gallon kegs. The youth
A. C. Cornelius awsrded
Mr. Phil Stanshury and Mar-
TW O M AKE ESCAPE
China, who will be the principal hand— as it were. During the brill
was on his way over the Siakiyous shall Talent o f this city
and I prize* to the winner* in the cam-
*P*»ker o f the evening.
Among iant discourse. Mr. Todnem
Falls friends from Medford enjoyed a paign. First prize $25 in gold went
lip. and Mrs. John Enders an
n ests will he Leslie Miller, ed that China was within an epoch. eounty jail at Yreka, Sunday, by when arrest was made.
motor trip to Portland last week, to Litha Miles, second prize, $15 Mr. and Mr*. J. Andrew MrGe
Principal o f the Talent
High such as comes to any country that sawing a bar o ff the jail window.
The car owned by a relative o f | They arrived home Saturday even -! in gold to Walter McDonough and returned Sunday from a combin
twelve high school | is filled with nnre«t and dis-satis- Carl Emmerson. 14. 5 ft. 8 inches
blue eye* and brown
hair and youn* Gaillonette. Mrs. Noel Ca‘ l- ing.
third prixe $5 to W. Wakefield,
ed business and pleasure trip t
r >y’ from
Don faction with pi^wnt
wearing a dark gray suit and cap;
ala° ° f Klamath Falls, will j
Twelve member* had distin- Portland and other northern Or*
• Pencer leader o f the newly or- He feels confident that China will
and an Italian boy 18 years. 5 *** confiscated by the federal gov-
Mr*. Elsie Churchman, who i* j guished themselves by winning the g»n cities. They report very w*
""■zed Junior Hi-Y Club will al- emerge from her present throes o f
feet, 7 inches, black hair
and Prnn>mt. and Mr. Caillonette was an employee at Isaac’s store, has 1 gold meritorious emblems,
weather during the entire
*° 'P*“ 11 at t*"» ’•«"»' The meeting wretchedness to a better and more
brown eye*, and wesring khaki ■77*'t7*pd before justice o f the returned from a visit in Portland)
The short remainder o f the suc- with the exception o f the day a
promises to he very
interesting progressive future.
pants and an old shirt and a ahah- P**c* Glenn Taylor, Monday af- with her mother, Mrs. Patterson j ceasful evening was passed
in the big football game in Portlan«
•n<i inspiring and a good atten-
The following visiting guests
temoon in Medford.
which they enjoyed very much.
**nc«. i( expected.
m to have
were introduced at the luncheon; by cap. Both boys seem
J. M. Watkins. Mrs. K. A. Ellen. made good their esca : « 0 * > y
i Mrs. Frank Walker o f Liberty
Mr. Herman Mattern is serious- j V. O. N. Smith and O. F. Carson
Emel Sterns o f Oakland. Calif
Mr». Janet Townry o f 7 street
Mrs. Burnt, Miss Eva White, and the watchfulness of Shasta
street is reported convelescent af- ly ill at his home on Hargadine ( were visitor* in Portland and vi- visited with his mother, Mrs. Lue
b * « ’ the week end with friend*
ter some weeks of ¡lines*
cers and local police.
I« Stern* o f Pine street last weel
cinity last week.
•* Ccming. California.
DIED LAST NIGHT f i l l STORY Of m FIDS! C M FOR
FORD TOED FRIDAY
SEALS RECEIVED “ S r *... „.....
YEOMAN CLASS IS
LARGEST IN HISTORY
MODOC COUNTY LAVA
BEDS ARE STRANGE
REAL PICTURES TO
PE TAKEN TONIGHT