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VALUE OF BREVITY.
THE G. O. P CONVENTION
ASHLAND, JACKSON CO U N TY. OREGON. FRIDAY.
OF M E
pi^sident Coolidge, a man of ,
word», regrets that his met |
,*ge to Congress could not be ■
shorter. Madante de Sevigne wrote j
to her daughter, “ If I had had'
mi,re time I should have written j
you a shorter letter.” Considering I
the field covered the Presdcnt’s!
Jme-_»ge will be found shorter than
most men could have made it. His
“ | do not choose” prove« ability
to say much in few words.
CENTRAL POINT AND ASHLAND AMERICAN
DECEMBER I«, !• * ? .
BASEBALL PROSPECT0ne 01 Last Editions
W f “ Papr Owned
BRIGHT AT LOCAL HIGH!
N U M B E R 69.
F B I N A TIM I BUYS
TALENT STATE BANK
The Register has been most for- will it imagine the lurury of mule
tunate in seing on«' of the last wall j meat, tand frirassed
kitten-urge Transfer of Bu»ine»» is Completed
A r c G ivin g V e t e r a n » a T o n g h
¡sen," a daily printed in Vicksburg, more. This.is the last wall paper j
R a ce
Mississippi, July, 1863. This val- j edition, and is, excepting this note
Facing u tw.nty game schedule “ abl*-
brougtd from the types as we found them ( An outright purchase of the as
ot th^ S u u . Bank 0f Talent j
j the majority of which will
be into the office by Mr J. P. Auiei It grill be valuable hereafter as e
| played at home Coach
Russell of Ashland.
by The First National Rank pf
Thirty-five y«ars ago when Mr.
Here is an interesting
and Ashland, which will result in the |
j Oripe and his squad of basket
| ball players, have been undergo- Amer was a young boy living Bear louc|ijng article on the economic entire business o f the Talent insti
ing some strenous practice p e r-lbor* Sfott, Bourbon county Ka
conditions o f those
troublous- tution being transferred to Ash
iods in preparation for the fir»t : ***• be with several other corn- times: “ If aught should appeal to land, was consummated Wtdnes-
game next Thursday and Friday P«nions were playing in an aban- to the heart of stone o f the extor day.
In Australia workers, unemplov-1
night with Crescent City.
1 doned darkey’s cabin and their “ht tioner with success, the present
ed. tried to force their way into |
This deal which is one of the
tention was called to a loosened bit ' necoesnities of our citxens would
the Treasury Building. The rioting'
While the Coach is not undulv !
most important one in years in
the chances his of wa** P»per with printing appar do ^ j, ¡« nadies# to attempt to sofar as it affects both Talent and Chamber of Commerce to
■ was supDresse^.
Meeting of Committee w ti : optimistic
Australia is severe in its immi- j
season ! *‘n,ly on the undt,r 5’d*' upon *x‘ disguUe from the enemy or oui Ashland, was not due to any weak Sponsor Gathering Here
Held Laat Night to
ar<> ness in the neighboring bank, but
(ration limitations, and rioting!
string animation the boys found sever»» owp ^ opJe that our « . „ t *
but still we can conscient
there by the unemployed reminds 1
men are showing a decided im wall paper editions o f the South,
was solely because of economic
Arrerican workers that what a
provement, resulting in the hold
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- - - conditions affected by transpot-
MANY TO W ORK
A little note in the lower right is p|*nly within. by an exercire of ,ation and other important chang
country NEEDS is population.
overs from last years first string
hand corner o f this sheet explains prudence, to last lonr after suc
! having to do some hustling to keep
es during the past few years It
the condtion of the south at th'it cor reaches us. We are satisfied was pointed out by officers of Ashland Only Town
A monument to
Theodore 1 Approximately
Twenty- their positions.
. time in an enlightening and pe that there are numerous peteens both banks »hat comparative ease Southern Oregon Where
|o< sevelt will be erected above1
Signify Their Desire
McGee at Center is giving R«y cu,iallv touchi„g m. nn„ , the t e l 1 ^ thln o u r p i t v who hav-
Men Will Be
the Culebra Cut overlooking the |
K r r a merry race and due to thi*.
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' wnh,n our rl,y * h0 ha'* br' “ ** ui -.-eaching the larger „enters ha-l
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article on (.»tn^rsl Grtint
and art* doini; it much to t„ke away from
Panama Canal. Roosevelt deserves 1
Ashland .. assured o f having U r o , ^ hig int€ntfc>nt:
An important meeting for tha
the honor; the monument should!
UIyaMa out at the most exorbitant figures Hiiall communities a ria, or portion
Complete Survey of the terri- good pivot men to fall back upon, j ..Qn du.th. t (h„ ^
to those who had not the foresight of the business that had been | Dairymen is to be held in Ash-
'be a fine one.
. torv trlbuatary to Ashland will be
J | the yankee (»enei-alissimo, surnam- to provide for the exigencies upon theirs by right of location in the j land, December 2l»t at 1:15 P. M.
ers, give the coach something to
All h.» interesting talk, «dv*ing I
immedi, tefy 8C(.ordinir
(■rant, has expressed his in- u*_ A rumor has reached us that past. In addtion to this, govern-I in the upstairs room of the City
»„men to h.ve nmeteen chiWren, I th„ rfsuhf> üf a me, tin(r ca !W pick from for forwards, with N ut-‘ . tention
of - dining
on parties in our city are selling j mental restrictions upon outside Hall. Tho two principal speakers
f " will
Z " ' Z bt* forjrotten.
iorgoU* u- But
thf j last night by H. D. McNair chair- ter/ !i*rhtly ba"dicapped from in- Saturday next, and celebrating the Dour at five dqjiars per pound. investments made it nnpi-ssibl* of the day will be Prof. P. M.
* ct that he put throUKh the
of the Committee having th„
suffered in the Medford 4th of July by a grand dinner and j raoiMM*s mt ten dollars a gallon,
for the Talent J^ink to anticipate Brandt, head of the Dairy Depart-
ama Canal will NOT be fogotten. • work in charge.
football game. Moore, Wlnkleman.
so forth. Ulysses must get into the and corn at
dollars per bushel! a future growth that justified de- nient at the Oregon Agricultural
In that he rendered his country
K*at°n *nd Simpsan are all a pos-
y#t proved the votion of the necessary time and College, who will speak on Dairy
Accordmg to Mr. McNair, aP- fc-b|e choice for Ieft Kuar<| whi|, city before he dine» in it. The way ( Wt, havt, not
proximately twenty-five men have Roy Abbot vetir, n ri|fht
of tn cook a rabbit Is "first to catch facts upon the parties accused, but ability of the officers of the bin k, | Husbandry, the feeding and man-
j this allusion to the subject may in- according to their statement.
signfied their wilHngness to devote |a, t year
to have ,iM|e d,f . the rabbit etc. ’
agement of the dairy herd and tho
Old age i sthe night o
Note in lower right hand corn- Iduce some of our citizens to ascer-
outlook in general; Dr. C.
“ Work, for the night is coming ¡ ° ™
¡" holding down this po.i-
with S O many tio„
er: “ July 4th, 1863. Two day* tain whether such prices have positors and stockholders of the R. Bonham o f the Veterinary De
when man’s work is done,” says
working, it will require but a few
bring about great changes. The been paid and to whom; and if Talent Bank, G. W. Holdridge, F. partment of u. A. C. will talk on
the old hymn. For those that have
days to secure.all of the informa-! _
banner of the Union floats over so, let a brand be placed upon L. Holdndge, and E. B. Adamson, I dairy diseases, the main topic be
not saved, age is a dreary n'ght
PROGRESS MADE IN
Vicksburg, and he did bring his their brow but let it be seared in directors, elaborated somewhat ing Abortion. Both of these men
The questionane has been pre-
MOVIE PROJECT dinner with him, “ The Citizen” t to their very brain, that humanity upon the reasons stated above, are
¡" ‘ ^ ’ ¡r
San Francisco is expected to get
i lives to see it, for the last tinrV it may scorn them as they would the and in conclus.on declared that, b«»‘ Procurable for this line of in-
pared by the state extension de-
: the Republican convention next i
With the signing of a tempor- i appears on "W all paper.” No more portals o f hell itself.”
"M y have, therefore, concluded
lon- •" the state.
, partment, and when each repoit
year, with twenty-three nationa
. our arrangements with The First
ThiK thi fir!,t >»««-ting of this
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has been filed complete informa- J*ry lease upon the Natatorium
committeemen now pledged. That .
I National Bank of Ashland, one o f| klnd *v" held m this section and
tion as to the resources surround- which will be used for a studio
is the place for the convention.
the strong, st hanks in Southern Promi*e> to b* of mu‘‘h value to
ing Ashland will be available. Each j and meetings *f the screen club
Many important Republicans ne«d
I Oregon, in the belief that the offi- loc“ | d aym en ,
worker will be provided with a social entertainments and dance-
‘‘to visit San hrancisco, learn somo-i
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The county agent. Mr. Fowler
m*P ° f the territory assigned to ¡Jocal interest in the movie pro-
jeer» of the First National are ful
ti-ing about the United States on . ■
Rt^ph Hillings, chairman of
, his group and handling it in thi.- Ject has increased noticeably.
ly alive to the needs of our com
»;«- way. nnd
anil something about na 1
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the Chamber of Commerce com
1 manner will enable the committee
According to present plans tern-
tiof.al development after they get
to complete each section at r. porar.v studio quarters will be op- Meeting 1« Held at Lithia Sprint» Six Reel. Showing Construction of nes* in a safe and
satisfactory mittee worked out this splendid
ened shortly after January first
Fard Will be at Vining
(Continued 01 * Page 5)
The territory included in the!>n the Natatorium. The
ROGUE NEWS HAS
-urvey consists of the Bellview club has added several new mem- |
HOLIDAY ATTIRE t>'«hl Creek, Valley View. Talent, bers and excellent progress is be-
Members of the Jackson County ; A n‘ ‘w
Ford r^ ‘ri f0Up< Hanion* Enjoy State
and Talent Route.
; ing made by Carl A. Theobold
Association met «t the
Lithia wiU be in ,h* lh c" roorns 01 tht*
production manager of the enter Springs Hotel Monday, December, | C1*yeomb Mo,or Company. Mon
The Rogue News is out today in
Mr. Coughlin of the Lithia
12th. with a luncheon at noon. ! d*.v afternoon from two untilI six
Springs Hotel in this city ha* re
all its holiday aspect of red and Evangelists to Have
Mr. and Mrs. llansen proprie I
V. C. Carter, business manager Miss Leona Marsters, president 0f^ o clock accordii.g t„ H. L. t la>
grten. A new Rogue News head
ceived word that his brother-in-
land secretary of the newly"organ-i the association had charge of the i c<’mb‘ ,n addition to the car a to n of the Ashland Hotel «tu r n -j law T. E. Heppenstall who is an
appear» which is the clever work
of Lawrence Powell, senior High
j iied orgnnization has estMbIi«h«*d businew meptinjir in which th<*, 1 r*e ® ° ^ on P^turt?
<,m^ in **
| employee of tht* Long-Bell Lum-
day evening after over a week’-
School student. A Grizzly head I V
is , |
ber Company in Ling View, Wn.,
dlm’ | temporary office« in the Chamber ! following members were a p p o i n t - ! ^ " « th' Viri" *
visit with friends in Portland. Mr.
onspicuously seen between
has perfected a device which acts
the IT 5' Lynd’_ h‘ Ve. JU?t f m ved fro m 'o f Commerce, and is accepting ' ed to carry on the work for the I Mond8y ■ft*rB« n and
and Mrs. Hansen also attended
title words "Rogue News.” open !
lu T'mplc a- Los Angeles^J gtock subscriptions there,
' coming year: Program, Mr. James I «*«“ th*- •u*PirM of the < ^ y « » " b
in conjunction with other record
the Oregon State Hotel Associa
mouthed and showing its teeth, ;I> * " d starting Sunday night w ill.,
ing machines now on the market,
Stevens. Miss Alma Lawrence, and
the true holiday spirit. Very al. |conduct 8 two w*k* " '¡ v a l meet-
Mr.'Carlton Janes; publicity, Miss comfdy wiH he *ho" n in »ddition
and gives an accurate history of
YANKI SAN PLEASES
to a six reel film showing how the last week, the different sessions
drying o f all lumber placed in
tractive indeed is the holiday num- Wg
l h“ Br° W" 8,one church !
LARGE AUDIENCE Esther Church, Miss Melba Wil new Ford is constructed. These being held in the Benson, Portland the
her, and very proud is the staff
the Boulevard recently vacat-1
in the kiln. Previous to the ad-
liams, and Mrs. Harold
Multnomah, and Congress Hotel-:
ed by the Four Fold Gospel.
of the outcome of their
g 4 ■ .
i« ni V s i
111 ^ f y
M 1 n
• a .
l l V" I I I c l “
■ I m
I I ' - ! Pictur« » " »
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1 vent of the Heppenstall device,
Over 110 delegate-
' ankl SBn . «he three act op- , , piker Mi„
, mm<)^ ne Wallace. I wf the Fürd W” ,or Company, and
week* o f faithful work in getting
drying was almost wholly a mat
arrange-, accordlnïr 10 Mr' Claycnmb w4io 1 w r « registered. Splendid pro ter of guess on the part of skilled
out the present number. Not only official ordained Four Square ! eretta, given at the Senior High|and Mr Ward ç r o ft.
grams were given at each session
School Gymnasium Thursday ev-
ments, Mrs. George Andrews, Miss saw them while in Portland re-
has the paper been increased, Evanglists to hold • meetings in
^■workmen in charge of the kilns.
among the noted speakers who j
from four pages to eight be*. ii.
Thi invention ii designed to r e
gave a most interesting addres-
est whether it be to prospect:
been improved in a number Mrs. McPher.-on at her meeting High school, under the direction white
cord und measure, the moisture
was Mr. K rockhagen, the new edi-
car buyer* or not.
- a jc many
„„Hi new de;*artment s ‘ ^"ednes«iay evening. The meetings |
Miss Laura Raguse, instructor |
content, and ascertain how far
Talks were given by the mem
l’ ’‘ tlan‘l Telegram.
l,aie been added, new stories fea- ! 8re to be under the auspices o f
Wa* c bers of me
m u «e ana
nlong the lumber has progressed
the program com
Besides the Oregon delegate-
process esn be accurately observ-
tured, a better exchange column. Aimee
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it was decided to have a musical to a,t^nd the Pic' ,,r' ‘ hr,w and 1
there were a number of visitor,
'je d by means of n graph. The new
the advertising has been doubled
I program at the next meeting which
from the Washington Hotel asso
the staff has added more workers lus Temple will be distributed each *fenerous applause that greeted will be held ip Medford January I
device approximately an elect
each new feature.
as well as from British
the added number of cut* in- even,nF-
rically controlledtucale, records
10 with a luncheon at the Med- Normal Sweaters Are
Columbia. The main banquet wi.>
creases the attractiveness of the
Mr. and Mrs. Lynd come to Ash- I This is the first time in the his- ford Hotel. Those present at Mon
Awarded At A&sembly riven at the Benson Hotel. The J automatically the weight of the
laud from Santa Paula where they tory
tbe "cbo®l* that an opere- day's meeting were: Mesdam«
spirit of the meetings and talks
The Ashland Register did the I were instrumental in building a tU has been given with the unmix- Thomas Arnspiker, George An
It is expected that the device
The*thirteen sweatees which given at the convention in general!
will prove most valuable in as
high grade of printing for this ‘ ‘ ^rnacle seating one thousand ed vo’«-* ot th*
drews, John White, Mr. and Mrs.
were on display at Miller’s T„g-¡denoted an optimistic outlook for
certaining what the best commer
number of The Rogue, which ,, people, and upon leaving had the i Th‘‘ settings were colorful and | E. E. Gore. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton j gery. this week were
formally | business in the coming spring, pot
the bigest and best that has yet satisfaction of having the taber- W : Ihe costumes and music poet- > Janes, Jlh. James Stevens. Mis»«]
presented to the S. O. N. S. audi-j alone in the Hotel Business, but
nacle paid for, and $500 in ad- ica,*>‘ a"d artistically portrayed j Alma I_awrence, Esther
This is the latest of a series of
torium during assembly
period ! business in general throughout the
vance pledges on hand.
i the atmosphere o f “ Old Japan
time and labor saving devices ac-
^ 7 _ " 0^ b“ h_ 7 . * - ! ^ " * ' • F- ^
interesting state. The tourist season , h r ..,
j crwlited to Mr
Prior to going to Santa Paulo Th* fo,k da" c« interspersed be- ! and Mesdames Estelle Albert. l l ar- 1
7 7 e
ROB ARMY GOODS STORE
and fitting program preceded the to be the hea
heaviest in the history of
is conceded by men in the lum
suPer*jOld A)kins, Hugh T M ,tch«l*ore. p r w n t. tion. Th# ^
lrP vrry th# wwt> fo
A leather coat, a hand bag. two they were converted at the Angel 7 7 n™ bZ ’ w Z r
for the coming spring
ber business to be the greatest con
pa r o f field glasses and two shirts “
,and t r * R™duates
r . d_ .M. r : ^ Mn*
« « u ™ which «r,. .« d
months and it is on-
tribution yet made to the process
«••re stolen from the Army Goods
Will Wite superior sweater i !y natural to assume that Oregon
audience. The High school orches- j land
1 j o f kiln drying.
(t- re last night according to a re admission will be charged and
tra directed by Mr. Ward Croft
port made to Chief o f Police Mt-
i Knitti" r Mills in Olympia, Wash- j The Oregon. Washington, an-1
was much enjoyed also.
Mr. I. R. Bateman who recent
GLEE CLUB HAS
Xabb this morning. The thieves minational.
¡mgton. They are a fine Pacific | Briti-h Columbia, hotel a.socia-
A FINE PROGRAM Coast product, closely w»y»n and , tions have gotten their heads to- ly purchased the Everett Smith
gained entrance through the back
Mr. John Hughes is spending a
property on Hargadine street, i#
Misses Fay Arthur and Marie
I o f wonderful workmanship.
| «wth-r and are getting some fir -
few days in Junction City visit-
having the building remodeled and
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The sweater has a black b«-dv literature to promote the buxine*»
*"* at th bome ni h,a «*" and prP»ent<.d „ delightful Christma« with the Normal colors, a vermil- interests o f the northern part of j improved in general, when the
Mr. Langworthy of Marshfield Oregon Normal school who have daugh
, building is finished the Bateman
Hughes ( an,atll at tbf, s () N- >s
lion O on a background o f sand, the country to adjacent and es
rove down iron- that city to- been residing with Mrs.
| family will move into their new
iy to take his daughter Katherine
| leaving Sunday for their home in
cember 14th, before an apprécia- the smleeve. The names o f the
"ie for the Cnri«.ma- holidays.
Some time in May n big cars
Marshfield where they will spend
i*s Langworthv is s student nt
«'an from Is.» Angeles and *erTi- I The Hardy Apartments on Har
the Christmas vacation.
ren who hare been visitinr for ber* o f the Normal Schol faculty, back of the sweaters.
Tory i* scheduled to make a tour gadine street are undergoing a
tiool. Other students who will
o f the .northern country.
course o f renovation in general.
turn to their home# in Marsh- I Mr. J. M. Mahoney o f Beni, and Mr*. Clyde Br-ggs of Oakland friends, despite the fact that the
Mr. Glenn Simpwm returned to
A number o f smaller apartment*
Id also for the ho!>day?, witn | Oregon motored to this city today
his home in thi* city after a short
Mis* Clara Russel of Medford- are he ng remodeled and refurn
j conDirted with the night w the
• Lnngworthvs are. Ke en Ly- to take his daughter Nell Ma in this city.
business trip to Portland. While
i presentation o f the cantata, a fair in that city Mr. Simpson visíte«! ■pent Sunday with Miss Veeda ished, when completed the a part -
Eleanor Brown, and Lucill* honey who has been attending the
Gideon o f North Main street.
Mr. Harold Tea’.e. instructor of
wa in attendance.
the Southern Oregon
merit# will be most cozy and at
with his brother Harold Smpeori
school, home for the holidays. The Manual Training in Junior High ,
also. Mr. Harold Simp«on I« s e
Misa Lillian McMillan returned,
Mr*. Will Woods of Klamath Misses Grace Paul and Priscilla school, —
— * j Mr.
«*- Domino " Provost,
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hristma« holiday season with his
,o this city Thursday, after a
ali# was a wisitor la¡ week at Webb^iso of Bend w.il acc< mpaoy
Mr. Earl llamaker^of Klamath
to that parents in Vancouver, Washing- ¡ Provost Hardware firm i a busé : holiday* in thi* rity with his par- short visit m Klamath Falls with Falls was an Ashland vialior this
e home o f her sister Mrs. W:J- Mr. Mahoney and dai
visitor In Portland this week ; « nt# Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Simpson, friends.
; ms „n Allison street.
Y e a r '*
S trin g
- CO. TEACHERS NAMED CLAYCOMB TO HAVE
CHAIRMAN EOR YEAR EREE PICTURE SHOW
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