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F E B R U A R Y 3, 1928
b a t t l e s h ip s
SALEM KISS IN A D | | 0 | M f ? Q
HARO FOUGHT G A M E U U 0 I N L O O
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Here are a few extracts taken inside another, valued at $2,500
M a ke s
E x c e l le n t
from a letter written by Mrs. All his house furniture and jew L o c a l T e a m
S h o w i n g A g a in »l V e t e r a n «
Richard Edwards to a friend, els were around him in the un
concerning a trip they recently derground room.
made to Europe.
She writes o f Cairo we were taken to view the
The first regular meeting of j their pilgrimage t6 Egypt and the
Unleashing a savage ’rally w\
pyramids and sphynx.
I the local Rot?rians occured at Holy Land, incident, description
Cairo we saw beautiful mosques j the last minute o f play, the fnst
the Lithia Springs hotel Thurs- and the customs peculiar to the
stained windows, heavy speang- j Salem high quintette downed the
I day with a luncheon at 12:30 different peoples are
vividly led lights overhead, the floors j Grizzly basketeers 31 to 22 be
« ’clock, followed by a business brought out in her interesting
were covered with heavy red rugs, i fore one o f the best crowds of the
meeting and entertainment fur- letter.
"Leaving Cairo we visited Port season at the Junior high gyutna
j nished by the members o f the
Mrs. Edwards is very well Said, from Port Said we went to I siuni last night.
We could also afford flying ma
West Coast Studio, local organi known in Ashland where she has
Although outclassed, the Griz
Haifa, the port of Palestine. We
hines to protect those fighting j
many friends, she and Mr. Ed visited Palestine, Jerusalem, th« zlies, by desparate rallies, man
hips, which, in modern war,
The following newly elected wards having resided for several
vale of Shaaon, the Judean hills. aged to keep within striking dist
ithout flying machine protec-
officers acted in the capacity of years in the residence on Laurel
We were taken to Bethlehem, to ance of the capital city squad Dinner M edina Is lo be
ion, would be as helpless as \yeek 0 f February 19th to their offices: President, Lonnie street now owned by Mr. and
th« church of the nativity. The with the result that with but one
Isheep among wolves, without
Held at Bellview Com
25th, Set Aside for__ Moon; vice president, H. C. Sparr; Mrs. J. M. Watkins.
traditional place of the manger minute to play they were trail
Ishepherds or sheep dogs
secretary, J. C. Hopper ad trea
is neat’ by on the way to Bethle
surer, W. Hal McNair. These of on the boat from New York, was
hem. We passed Rachel’s tomb points, th*>Vi\e being 25 to 22.
ficers being elected at the meet at Gibralter, Great
One hundred and four dele
Britain’s and the well where the wise men Salem called time out and when PROM INENT SPEAKER
PLAN E X H IBITS
ing of the directors held at the mighty fortress at the entrance to
gates, representing twenty-one
drank. We w rit next taken to the play was resumed the northerners
Plaza confectionery and cafe on the Mediterranean sea.
nations of north and south Am
Mount of Olives, and the garden rallied brilliantly and when the
Salesmans Dinner With Monday, January 30.
P. V . Maris. Head of £ x -
erica, including t h e
“ Our next «top was at Algiers, o f Gethsemane, site of calvary, gun popped, a cripply by Lyons
Ashland Products Only
tension Department W ill
Sthtes, are gathered in a great
North Africa. The women there the place of the last supper, the and two long shots by Duffy had
W ill be Held.
be Main Speaker.
I conference hall in Havana. Those
hav« a sort of whits mask cover hill of Zion and the tomb o!
I twenty-one nations are the great
ing tbair face. In going thlbugh David. We want to Jericho, past locals.
At a meeting of interested busi
Reversing the usual order of
In the first quarter the locals
e s t power for peace in the world, ness men held this afternoon, Ashland, was discussed, and the the Mosque, we had to put on the Dead sea, and to the river
things, the farmers residing in
¡Iso the greatest power for war. plans were formulated . for an
sandals over our shoes, as we’re Jordan.
We filled smaR bottle forged ahead when two free the vicinity of Ashland will en
against the consolidation, being not allowed to walk over the rugs
They stick together.
with water to bring home. • We throws and a basket by Katzer tertain the business men at a
Ashland Products Exposition to
advised by the postoffice depart without them.
came to Nazareth where we put the Grizzlies four points in dinner and meeting to be held
be held during the week of Feb
ment to avoid such a step. The
“ Tunis, our next stop, is a city dined.
After leaving Nazareth the lead. Salem was decidely un at the Bellview community house
Canada, without relinquish
patrons of the route could do so of oriental life. The Arabs have
Tiberius and the sea lucky in their shooting this quar on the 20th o f February, accord
ment o f loyalty to the British
by petition o f the different pa little shops and bazaars with
of Gallilee. We returned to Hai ter, but despite this fact, they ing to an announcement made by
Empire, should be a leader in the Chamber of Commerce E. G. trons of the route.
many strange things.
fa. The next day we sailed the managed to garner six points. A. C. Joy, prominent Bellview
'^that conference. Canada’s inter-
Appointment of several comit-
same course that St. Paul sailed The quarter ended, Salem 6, Ash resident and R. G. Fowler, county
, ests are in these American con- effort will be made to acquaint tees will be made at the next
the scene o f St. Paul’s shipwreck. many years ago on his way to land 4.
I tinents, their independence and
meeting o f the directors which There are many beautiful tem
In the second quarter the red
that are manufactured or pro
We touched Constanti
While all of the plans have not
: their future.
will be held at Jack’s cafe, Mon ples there.
duced in Ashland, and all whole
nople, the city of mosques, from and black teams superior shoot been completed, it is known that
day, February 6 at 12:30 o'clock.
“ Alexandria is the port of the Constantinople we doubled back ing and faster floor work en P. V. Maris, director of the ex
El Imparciai and other news sale houses, and others interested
A most interesting and clever Nile valley. We went by train
along the Dardanelles, and went abled them to roll up 11 points tension service for the Oregon
papers in Spain are displeased will be invited to participate.
program was furnished the club to Cairo where the great pyra
across the Aegean sea to Athens to the locals 6. The half ended Agricultural college will be the
with President Coolidge’s warm
by the following members o f the mid and the Sphynx are. We also
We visited many 17 to 10. In the last half Salem chief speaker. The meeting will
reception in Cuba, natural be this meeting consits o f V. O. N. West Coast Movie company: Ma
saw where Moses and his oppres places of interest, one being the completely outclassed the Ash take place in the evening, and a
cause this country took Cuba
gic tricks and slight o f hand per sed tribes were.We went by train
stadium, seating sixty-five thous land team. Only the dogged dinner will be served.
from Spain and gave the beauti representing the retail grocers, formance by Fred Maudlin, as
and people. We touched Syracuse fighting spirit of the Grizzlies
In discussing the proposed
ful island to the Cuban people. Henry Enders, the wholesale sisted by K. W\ Hay and Lillian
hundred miles to Luxor. Here we Naples, Rome, then to the towns kept them from being swamped.
meeting recently, A. C. J oy.V h o
El Impartial says this country
Olsen favored with several vo saw the ruins o f Karnak, that
In this contest the capitol city
o f the Italian and French coasts.
has charge of the details o f the
has reserved rights in Cuba. It A. Briscoe, schools and Henry cal solos, accompanied at the
have been recently uncovered. We went to Monte Carlo, where squad exhibited a far smoother evening, pointed out the fact that
has reserved only one, the right
piano by Mary Galey.
The temples and pillars by many people from every land congre and speedier offense than the lo always the business men have
A salesmans dinner will be held
“ to intervene for the preserva
The club entertained the fol dynasties of kings from „ fifteen
cals, and a better ability to cage
gate. We returned to Gibralter,
asked the farmers to come into a
tion of Cuban independence.” the Friday night preceding the lowing guests, besides those fur
to twenty-seven years before and entered the Mediterranean the long shots.
dinner, and be their guests when
We not only made Cuba inde
While the Grizzly defense was
plan of the week will be fully ex nishing the entertainment: Chas. Christ. The second day in Luxor sea then up the coast to Europe,
they had some speaker of un
pendent, but guarantee that she
R. Cooley, rotarian o f Grants we crossed the Nile in sail boats
plained. At this dinner only pro
on to Southhampton and on to equal to that o f the Senators usual interest,* but that now the
shall remain so.
Pass, J. Charles Smith o f Bend, and went to the valley o f the
duct« produced in Ashland will
London, the largest city in the they were slower on the offens< farmers had an opportunity to
There were horses and world. After two days sightsee and freqeuntly
be served. The retailers will be J. C. Carle o f Medford, Dr. Ed Kings.
secure a man who could discuss
Shockley o f Medford, Carl Swi- carriages to take us to the tombs
Aged Resident Passes
asked to hold a general meeting
ing we left for Liverpool, before
farm problems as they related to
Duffy, diminutive Salem flash,
After Short Illness very soon, and the general plan gart of the Daily News o f Med We visited King Tut’s tomb. He sailing for home we visited Ire
the business man, and that while
was the individual star o f the
will be outlined at that time to ford and N. W. Alley o f Med was buried in gold coffins one land, Scotland and Wales.”
this was somewhat of an inno
Mrs. J. C. ¿ole passed away at
making 20 points. Let-dorr
them. During this week special
vation the farmers wanted the
her home on Gresham street,
was next with 8 and Katzer ramr
exhibits will be made and local were Steve Rice, Major Malone,
business men to attend a meeting
February 1st, 1928, following a
third with 7 points lo his credit.
people will be urged to at least Ned Harlan, Lonnie Moon, Jim
where the principal topic for dis
short illness, death being due to
In the preliminary the Hi-Y
try Ashland products during this
cussion would be a mutual in
stomach trouble. Mrs. Cole was
er, Lou Hansen, Doc. Saunders,
downed the Junior high squad 20
the mother o f Chief of Police
A large and Interested aud to 18 in a fast and exciting game.
Other details for the week will Charlie Pierce, Jack Jackson, Vic
Further details o f the meeting
Charles Claus. She was 73 years,
Carter, Art Madden, Bill Mur
ience marked the initial night of
The line-up was as follows:
be announced later.
be announced later.
9 months and 15 days of age at
the Indoor Movie Exposition pre
ray, Hal McNair, Gaston Fernand
H ollyw ood Film Com pany Senda sented at the Ashland armory Katzer 7 ...
the time o f her demise.
and Doctor Haines.
She was born April 16, 1854 E. M. Berg Purchases
Thursday, February 2, under the Leedom 8
This was a prompt and snappy
4 Lyons Little Boy Is s
Washington Newspaper meeting with a splendid social
la to Project.
near Lexington, Kentucky, the
Victim of Accidents
auspices o f the West Coast Studio Parr 3
...C ......... 3 Beecher
daughter o f J. C. and Susan A.
Inc. Outstanding numbers on the Moore 2
E. M. Berg, for several years
John Grubb, little son o f Mr.
Her girlhood was
The next meeting o f the local
Carl Theobald, producer and progra/n were the roping exhi Abbott
superintendent of the mechanical
and Mrs. Ijirkin Grubb o f Third
passed in the state of Kentucky,
Rotarians will be held, at the director o f the West Coast bition given by Monte Mickle, Hulen 2
department o f the Tidings, re
street, has been the victim of a
and she came to the western
Lithia Springs hotel, Februaiy 9, Studios, incorporated, returned the professional roper, known in
turned yesterday from Cle Elum,
series o f accidents within the last
states i • • ■ m young womanhood,
at 12:10 o’clock.
Thursday evening from Holly the theatrical iforld as “ Mont.*
Washington, where he purchased
few days, the first occuring when
doming to Ashland a little over
the Kid,” lack Nickles and the
“ The Miner-Echo,” one o f the
he cut his hand very severely
six years ago, where she made
a short business trip in the in pig Sussie, bruogh; the house
leading weekly papers o f that ENGLE TELLS OF
with a knife, the next day very
friends and was loved by all who
terest o f the local movie com-
section o f Washington.
in the morning upon rising
knew her for her kindness and
pmny.While in that c’ ty he pur protraying the difficulties t’-i
The local chamber o f com- he placed his foot on a hot lid his
The publishing of a newspaper
thoughfullness to friends, neigh
r.iovie director lies to contend with
is not a new venture for Mr.
The local Kiwanis club met in chased further needed equipment
merce is featuring an interesting mother had removed from the
bors and relatives.
in the making of pictures, was
Berg, he formerly owned his own reular session with a luncheon at for the local studios, and confer
display of toilet preparations and electric range, thinking it out of
She is survived by her aged
cleverly brought out by mem
paper in Montana and has always noon today at the Lithia Springs ring with the Kelly Color Film
drugs put up by McNair Brothers the little fellow's way.
husband, J. C. Cole, four child
corporation in regard to the bers o f the movie society under Pharmacy on the Plaza in this
been highly successful in his -hotel.
ren, Chief o f Police Charles-
the direction o f Mr. Gregory,
newspaper operations, and his
city. Among the preparations are: that he is not able to walk, but
Fred Engle, president o f the movie business promotion in Ash
Claus, P. R. Claus, Mrs. J. S.
pilot and camera man of the
friends predict for him the great organization gave a splendid re
Cough syrups, cold tablets, cold the attending physician thinks he
Bowers of Ashland,« Mrs. T. R.
W. B. Dover o f the Kelly- company who recently arrived creams and hand lotions, attrac
est success in his latest enter port on the convention recently
will be healed within several
Epperson, Porterville, Califor
Color Film corporation accom with W. P. Maufield, the expert tive and pleasing to the eye in
prise. He expects to leave Tues held in Centralis, Washington.
weeks. In the meantime he must
nia, the following grandchildren:
their attractive wrappings and be kept o ff his feet.
day to take possession o f the
Entertaii.tnent of the day con panied Mr. Theobald to this city
)L. W. Bowers, Bell, California;
the camera part of the local cor
newspaper property, and Mrs. sisted mainly in club singing. A where he will investigate the pos
■R. P. Bowers, Bayfield, Califor
poration, numbers in which lo
Berg and son, Bobby, will join splendid attendance marked iTii
are causing much comment and
F lo o d Ear S p e e d in g .
nia; Mrs. C. H. Steele, Avondale,
cal people took part were also
interest because o f being strictly
him at the end of the school year. occasion with the following visi tures in this community. While
Wilson, a tourist driving
¿Colorado; George and Ray Ep-
During their residence in Ash tors present: County Agent R. G. Mr.1 Dover has had no time yet to | *»uch enjoyed,
a Studebaker car with a Wash
* person o f Porterville, California;
Fred Maudlin, assisted by K.
land, Mr. and Mrs. Berg have Fowler o f Medford, Carl J. express his intentions, because of
ington license, was picked up on
| two sisters, Mrs. E. J. Gooding,
W. Hay, charmed with several
made a large circle o f friends, Brommer o f Medford. Merle his recent arrival in the city, he
East Main street this morning by
A N ew F ir e m a n .
1 Mrs. G. W. Cassidy of Long
tricks o f magic.
A change of
who will regret their moving to Thorne, member of the Roseburg will be taken on a tour of investi-
The stork appeared at the O fficer Sam Prescott, charged
■ Beach, California, and a brother,
program will take place each
a new field, and yet will rejoice Kiwanis club, and former local ( **t,on *nd
i o f Mr. and Mr». Lee Wal- with speeding in the school zone.
^»>r. H. B. Purl, Hepler, Kansas,
night, and every one is assured
with them in the opportunity pre man, having lived in this city for able report soon. He states, how
zt their home on Helman His case was heard in the city
■ two stepdaughters, Mrs. Lyle N.
sented to again engage in busi a number of years and William ever, that he is very favorably of a splendid entertainment.
Thursday afternoon, leav court this morning and he was
Owens o f Phoenix, Arizona, and
ness for themselves.
Hammond o f Oregon City, who is impressed with th© town and sur
ing a ten and one-half pound released upon paying a fine o f
Mrs. Emil Prouse, Jr., o f Victor
Mrs. Hugh Barron and young
the son o f Rev. P. K. Hammond rounding scenery, speaking in
Since the arrival o f the »7.60.
glowing terms o f the natural son visited relatives in Medford
Mrs. W. H. Frulan returned o f Ashland.
Services will be held at the
beauties and wonderful '-limate the latter part o f last week, re
this week from a short visit with ]
Mr. an<l Mrs. Don Stevens,
Dodge chapel at 2:30 Saturday
turning to their home on the state that Lee has been rather
friends and relatives in Weed and | Mrs. Max DeBauer of Medford
neglectful of his duties at the former residents of Ashland visit
afternoon and burial will be made
Barron ranch Tuesday.
| was an Ashland visitor th« tin t
city hall where he is one o f the ed friends and relatives in this
in the Mountain View cemetery.
A. M. Miller, who recently re
Mrs. H. O. Frobaeh o f Medford
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sams o f ! of th© week.
city the first o f the week en-
the Ashland Electric shop return
Federal Officer Terry Talent was an Ashland visitor Tuesday
route to their bona in Roseburg,
Mrs. Frank Dillard o f Med
friends in Portland, is spending
ed Wednesday morning from a left Monday for Portland where and Wednesday o f this week.
from * several weeks trip to
ford was an Ashland visitor the
Tom Grigsby purchased as a few days in Weed, California.
business trip to Portland and . he is to appear in a Portland
first o f the week.
from Igo, California,
Monday California cities.
Auburn 666 sport aedan from E4
bootlegging case this week.
A. Tonner ar d P. L. Nutter o f
Al Van Lindt was a week-end
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Charles evening, where she has been visit
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoaley of
Mrs. Mamie Williams o f. Alli High Wednesday morning.
ing a few days with Mr. George Ashland made a business * .p to
visitor with his mother on Fifth
Rev. Guy De Vires and wife of
Klamath Falls were in A.hland son street left Monday for a
Camps o f Yreka. California, this Dunlap and little daughter,. Is Central Point Wednesday.
visiting friends and relatives this short visit with relatives in Klamath Falls took lunch with
John Sheely and William Gain«
Rose. She also visited Mrs. El
Mrs. William Vawter o f Med
Rev. Murphy Monday.
week. Mr. and Mr«. Hoaley form Klamath Falls.
mer Brinning in Kenneth, Cali er of Central Point were huriaess
ford was an Ashland visitor Tues
A son was born Thursday morn Vires is pastor o f the Full Gos
erly lived in Ashland for a num
visitors in Ashland Wednesday.
street, left Wednesday far Duns fornia.
ber o f years, before moving to ing, February 2nd to Mr. and pel church at Klamath Falls.
A. R. Rawlcs o f Eugt 1 « is a
Mrs. Ella Mills left Wednesday
Mrs. Lulu Van Wegen is quit«
Klamath Falls where Mr. Hoaely Mr». Roy Frazier o f B street.
business visitor in A .hlatJ this
’ for Loa Angeles and other south
is employed by the Southern Pa On last reports the mother and ill at her hom« with a severe cold
ern California cities where she
tive« and friend«.
son were doing nicely.
will make an extended visit.
M em ber» o f W e it Coast S t u d ie s
P r o v i d e E n te r t a in m e n t
f o r Clu b.
Ashland Woman Writes of Her
Interesting Trip to Holy Land
21 A M E R I C A N N A T IO N S
The government proposes to
-pend $129,000,000 every year
|for twenty years on battleships
,,f different kinds, including fast,
total investment of two billion,
rive hundred and eighty million
dollars in new ships.
The country can afford it and
|ch a program will impress
A S H L A N D , JA C K S O N C O U N T Y , O R E G O N . F R ID A Y .
C E N T R A L P O IN T A N D A S H L A N D A M E R IC A N
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