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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View This Issue
•everal fine selections. Sumner
M edford Meeting Parker displayed his mastery of
the violin in two well chosen and
About seventy-fire Ashland finely executed violin numbers.
Elks journeyed to Medford last A group o f young men put on a
night where they put on a diver feature dance
sified entertainment at tne regu brought down the house, V. D.
lar meeting of the Medford lodge Miller favored with a splendid
At the previous meeting in solo and as an encore William
Medfoid when the local t .tktf had Briggs assisted him in a very en
charge of the initiatory work, a joyable duet. Lew Hansen also
program was scheduled, but was favored with two solos which
unable to be given at that time, were well received. The enter
and in compliance with a request tainment by the local lodge ter
for the Ashland lodge to provide minated with the showing of two
the entertainment at the next reels of comedy on the screen.
The local Elks received many
meeting, the boys got together
anu a splendid program was thanks and words of commenda
evolved under the direction of tion for the splendid entertain
ment. Don Newbury expressed
Exalted Rulhr William Briggs.
The Elks orchestra furnished the thanks of the lodge for the
Elk» Entertain at
splendid program o f the evening
and mentioned surprise at the
extraordinary talent displayed by
the Ashland Elks.
fore fifty members i the Pioneer
halt on Winbum Way.
A business session, conducted
by Commander Ralph Bowen,
preceded the banquet, several
important matters being under
It was decided to
conduct the Easter egg hunt for
Loser» Pay in
Dave Whittle, captain o f the
group o f American Legion boys,
who lost out in the recent mem
bership drive conducted by the
local order, with H. D. McNair,
Charles Delsman, Glenn Simp
son, Vern Farey and others of
his group, were hosts Tuesday
night, March 27, to Bert Free
man, and his winning team, a
regular banquet being spread be
Max Factor’ s
Is prepared by the finest and purest in
gredients obtainable. This cream is an ex
cellent cleanser and its continued use will
insure a soft and delicate skin o f l o v l f
I r e f Sect fobs
w fm n ta rin g * Q f grtat**t\
A F e w D ollars B u y a
Clever Silk Frock
In O f. D ress D epartm ent
Before me, a notary public in
and for the State and county
aforesaid, personally appeared
C. J. Read, who having been duly
sworn according to law, deposes
and says that he is the owner of
the Ashland Register and that
the following is, to the best of
his knowledge and belief, a true
statement o f the ownership,
management, etc., o f the afore
said publication for the date
shown in the above caption, re
quired by the Act of August 24,
1912, embodied in section 411,
Postal Laws and Regulations,
Lithia Springs Pharmacy
P ic tu re
W orth a
. . . .
according to an old Chin
ese proverb, but a thous
and words on a ?ire In
surance Policy written in
this agency is worth more
than a hundred pictures of
your property, a f t e r the
f ire .
But we only insure
property b e f o r e
See us today, tomorrow
never comes, but a fire may
o f the
O w n e rsh ip ,
| the benefit o f the children of the S t a te m e n t
M a n a g e m e n t , C ir c u la tio n , etc..
! city, the hunt to take place early
R e q u i r e d by the A c t o f C o n g
ress o f A u g u s t 24, 1912,
Easter morning in Lithia park.
Edwin Dunn was named to have
•of The Ashland Register, pub
the affair in charge.
lished semi-weekly at Ashland
for April 1, 1928.
I hunt will undoubtedly be con-
I ducted along the same lines as | State of Oregon
I those held in former years.
County o f Jackson
printed on the reverse of this
iorm, to wit:
That the names and addresses
of the publisher, editor, manag.
ing editor, and business managers
Publisher, C. J. Read, Ashland,
Editor, C. J. Read, Ashland,
Managing Editor, none.
Business Managers, none.
That the owner is: C. J. Read,
That the known bondholders,
mortgagees, and other security
holders owning or holding 1 per
cent or more of total amount of
bonds, mortgages, or other secur
ities are: None.
C. J. READ.
Sworn to and subscribed be
fore me this 29 day of March,
S. A. PETERS, Jr.,
(Seal) (My commission expires
Nov. 14, 1930.________________
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