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V isits — Mrs.
Klamath Falls I V O L U M E 3
spent several days here the latter
part of last week visiting firends,
returning to her home in Klamath
K lam ath W o m a n
Jam es Clark
F o rm e r R e s id e n ts Hera— Mr.
and F. J. Shinn of Lynden, Wash
ington, arrived Saturday night to |
spend a week at the home of their
a, Dr. C. E. Shinn and their j
ughter, Mrs. Howard Barrett of |
Oak street. Mr. and Mrs. Shinn .
are well known here in Ashland'
having lived here for a great many
years before moving to Washing
ton about six years ago.
Shinn was secretary of the loca l'
chamber of commerce about ten \
M A V f l D C ONE RURAl ROUTE Baccalaureate Services Were
I I I H T U R 0 OSEO FOR A S H )
H u b ert B e n tle y to h av e a R o u te
A b o u t F ift y -o n e M ilet
The local high school students | scripture lesson: Rev. Pemberton
of the graduating class o f 11128 delivered the main address and
were honored last Sunday with Rev. .Murphey pronounced the
Baccalaureate services held for benediction.
them in the Methodist Episcopal
During his especially fine ad
church, approximately 75 atudents dress, Rev. Pemberton urged the
being in attendance.
members of the graduating class
Local ministers assisting in the to take the Bible for their guide
union services were: Rev. Mitch- through life, and Christ for their
elmore of the Presbyterian church, leader. He also stressed that know
Rev. Dunham o f the Baptist ledge is far more prescious than
church; Rev. Murphey of the Bible money, pointing out that to be
Standard church. Rev. Gaffney of great one must also be able and
the Congregational church. Rev. willing to serve, acting at times
Barney of the Christian church in the capacity of slSve and ser
and Rev. Pemberton of the M. E. vant. Rev. Pemberton mentioned
that all great men were believers
As the students marched in to in Christ. His discourse was a
the center section which had been sermon on the refining and up
reserved for them and members lifting influences o f religion on
of the faculty, and marked with education, the two essetials com
the class colors of green and gold bined providing the harmonious
the entire congregation arose. combination that makes for suc
Ushers for the occasion were the cess and happiness.
juniors, Floy Young, Audrey
Special music for the occasion
Brown, Mary Adamson and Irma included: an anthem by the Meth
odist choir under the direction of
Rev. Mitchelmore presided at G. H. Yeo; vocal solo by Miss Beu
the opening of the services; Rev. lah Hussey and mixed quartette
Dunham offered the prayer for by Jean Anderson, Regina Johr
the occasion; Rev. Gaffney had son, G. H. Yeo, and George Mason
charge o f the responsive scripture with Mrs. Frank Davis at the
lesson; Rev. Barney read the piano.
M. W a tk in s R e ce iv e * S p le n d id
C o lle c tio n fr o m F lo rid a
F rien d s
J. M. Watkins of Laurel street
The two rural routes operating
has a splendid collection o f pic
from the Ashland postoffice will
tures of the various Shrine ac
be coir.bir.ed into one, beginning
tivities at the recent convention
June 1st, and the consolidated
held in Miami, Florida, depicting
route, which will be nearly fifty
the different patrols in the par
| one miles long, will he handled as
ade and the magnificent archways
Route No. 1 by Hubert Bentley
and buildings especially erected
as carrier. Frank Beswick, p es-
for the affair. The pictures were
V isits M o th e r -— Miss Minnie
ent carrier on Route No. 2, will
sent Mr. Watkins by a Florida
Barnum o f Klamath Falls spent I
be assigned to the rural route out
friend, and are wonderful speci
the'week-end in this city visiting Council Vote»
to Keep of Talent postoffice, ir which a
mens of photography. Mr. Wat Recent Laws Passed by
her mother, Mrs. Cora Barnum on
vacancy has existed by reason of
kins, who is an amateur photo
Congress to Remove
the denth of the regular carrier
grapher of much ability, has also
Much from Tax Roll
On Main Streets
several months ago. Postmaster
a number of beautiful pictures of
F o rm e r S tn d e n t H e re — Mis* 1
W ag'«T received instructions on
Oregon scenery, especially o f lo A FF EC T TH IS C O U N T Y
Patricia LaPlante o f Lakeview, ENFORCE ORDINANCE | Monday to put the above order
cal fruit orchards that show much
¡pent several days here last week i
into elleet and states *fcat it seems
skill and artistry on the part of Jackson County Stands to
visiting friends on her way to Los One Hour P a r k i n g Limit to b i in line v ilh a general policy
the photographer. He has an es
Lose Thousands of Dol-
m ... ura»u .«..a- w a,
Enfotced Start. of the Postof’ ice Department to
pecial equipment that he applies
lars as Result of Act
ed the Southern Oregon Normal
consolidate and lengthen rural
to hie camera for the takirg of
school last year.
routes wherever practicable when
flowers which brings them out
What many people believe will
vancancies exist in carrier ser
with exceptional clearness and prove to be a very serious thing
V "o A t t e n d to B u sin ess — Jerry
“ H e r e a ft e r o n e h ou r p a r k
beauty. He has also purchased a for Jackson county is the recent
O’Neal is in Ashland attending to
ing w ill be* e n fo r c e d . W it
Twelve applications to take a
motion picture machine for his law passed by Congress whereby
his local trade. Though Mr. O’Neal
takes o n e p o lice m a n , all righ t,
civil service examination to fill
own use and will take pictures of owners of timber located within
maintains a plumbing shop in
if it takes tw o, all rig h t, o r
the Talent vacancy had been filed
his kiddies to preserve through the six miles of government owned
Medford he is in Ashland several | it ta k es m o re , this s e ctio n o f
and the examination
years. He will also take pictures forests may be exchanged for tim
the p a rk in g ord in a n ce w ill be
days a week to attend to the
called for Saturday, May 26th.
of local interest and embracing ber withing the reserve thereby
wants o f Ashland customers.
s tr ic tly e n fo r c e d h e r e a ft e r ,”
educational value which will prob taking o ff of the tax rolls many
Vera Landing Wins
M a y o r J. H . T h o rn to n to ld
ably be shown in the churches in thousands of acres of lands which
C a lled A w a y — Miss Nell Carter
m em b ers o f the c ity co u n cil
Have Close Call
Beautiful Watch connection with the young folks’ are now bringing in revenue to
teacher in junior high received a
last n igh t at a sp ecia l m e e t
the county and state.
telegram Sunday stating that her
in g ca lled
to co n s id e r the
A serious accident was mirac-I
Miss \ ery Landing, a high
Very little publicity was given
ch a n g in g o f the p resen t plan
father was very ill at his home in
Saturday school girl, was the fortunate wln- More Than Hundred
to this act while it was before
o f p a rk in g to a p a ra llel p la n .
Ontario, Oregon. She left Mon
night^. when the lights suddenly ner of the gold watch which has
Soldiers Visit Here the federal congress and its pas
T h e p a ra llel plan w ill n ot
day morning to be in attendance
sage is not generally known even
I. O . O . F. and R eb ek a h * to H old went out on Fred Engle’s car, h*sn on exhibition at Isaacs' store
at hia bedside. Mrs. H. C. Galey
g o in to e f f e c t , it w as d e cid e d
Soldiers numbering 110 passed today. Experienced people con
S ta te G a th e rin g at
the car luckily running into the in connection with the sale con-
at this m eetin g
a ft e r
will act as her substitute, possibly
The award- through Ashland last Saturday, nected with timber operations ex
bank and turning over, spilling ducted by that firm
R o s e b u rg .
until the end o f the term.
co u n cil had v o ted on the m a t
out its occupants, S. A. Peters, ing of the watch to the woman or enroute from Fort Worden, Wash pect the owners of cut over land
te r and a ft e r a g en era l s ta te
gir! receivirg the most votes turn ington, to San Francisco, where to begin soon to make application
Among local people who left Jr., and Charles Robertson, who
m en t by th e m a y o r in fa v o r
F o r t K la m a th M an H are — Jer-
ed in with purchases at the sal« they were called in accordance for an exchange of their lands for
last night and this morning for
o f the p ro p o s itio n had b een
rySisemore o f Fort Klamath was
was culminated Saturday evening. with the extensive troop move the government
Roseburg to attend the grand lodge and were returning from Klamath
a n s w e re d by severa l
a week-end visitor in Ashland.
As the evening advanced the race ment to the Orient for the protec While the forest reserves already
o f the I. O. O. F. order and the
in ent b usin ess m en.
Sp *nt W e e k -e n d — John Enders
The accident occurred a short grew more 'nteresting, with the tion o f American lives and prop constitute a large share of tho
Rebekah assembly were: Mes-
T a k es A ll B la m e
spent the week-end in Klamath !
lands in Southern Oregon the new
this side of Keno. Mr. favorites being backed by their erties in the war zone.
Mayor Thornton in his opening dame* Anna Myer, Fern Randles, Engle was driving slowly when friends
Falls visiting his wife and young
The contest was good-
The boys were occupying three law virtually enlarges these do
remarks on the matter asserted
suddenly without warning the natured and friendly and every coaches on the south bound train mains and includes all lands with
that he did not want to blame Eib, Bess Crouch, Bell Schwein, lights went out, but before the one extended Miss Landing con and are part of the 14th Coast Ar in six miles o f the present forest
v is it e d F rien d s H e re — Will the Chief of Police, Ci’ y Engin
car could be stopped it ran into gratulations for winning, she hcv. tillery, which includes the mem boundaries.
Weeden of Klamath Falls visited eer Malone or the council for Louise Perozzi. Men from here the hillside and overturned. The ing won over possibly a hundred bers of Battery A. While in the
Local business interests wired
his daughter, Miss Lois Weeden, making the proposal to change the who will attend the grand lodge car fortunately overturned on the contestants. Others who led Miss Lithia City the boys took advan our representatives in Congress
who is a house guest of her aunt, plan, that it was his idea, and if sessions are: D. Perozzi, Charles curve toward the hillside on the Landing a merry race were: Misses tage o f the hour’s stay to visit advising against hurried action
Mrs. W. H. Sams, of Third street. there was any criticism it should Hooper, George Trefren, John other side o f the road, the pre Eunice Hager, Doris Hitchcock the park.
and asked for more time to con
Murphy, Milton Nichols, Guy Ran
S u n d ay in M e d fo r d — Mrs. Elsie be directed to him. He then de
sider the ramifications of this act.
cipitous banks led to Klamath and Gertrude Ahlstom.
j Churchman and Mrs. E. C. Thomp- clared that ninety per cent of the
T u lip B ed A t tr a c t iv e
The measure, however, went
Mrs. D. Perozzi will act in the
i son spent Sunday in Medford, vis- towns he had investigated had
A large tulip bed about 12 by through both houses and was sign
i iting friends. They were dinner parallel parking, and that in view capacity of vice-president at the seriously injured, all being able
18 feet on the old Tozier lot on ed by President Coolidge.
A Style Show Laurel street has been attracting
1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Fer- of the fact that every effort was sessions and during the last asy to resume their work in the Citi
It is understood that local coun
being made to attract tourists to will be inducted into the office of zens’ bank Monday. Mr. Engle is
considerable attention this spring. ty officers have not as yet com
Ashland, he thought that the city president of the Rebekah assem suffering with a stiff neck, Mr.
Miss Katherine Didtel, instruc The flower bed, which was under plete information on this bill, but
be made as convenient and bly for the state o f Oregon. Not Robertson with minor bruises snd tor of domestic science in the lo the care o f Mr. and Mrs. J. M. those desirous of securing addi
L o o k in g A f t e r B u sin ess — O .
only is this a great honor to Mrs.
cal high school announces a style Watkins, who purchased the lot tional information may do so by
F. Carson was looking after bus as good looking as possible.
Perozzi, but to Ashland as well as S. A. Peters, Jr., is somewhat show and food exhibit at the Ash
iness interests down the valley
from Mr. Tozier last year, has communicating with Oregon rep
called to task for circulating a this is the first time Ashland has from a severed artery in one fin land high school gymnAnium, be been unusually beautiful with its resentatives in Congress.
during the past week.
petition against the proposed been recognized with one of her ger, as r consequence of the ac ginning Wednesday afternoon at riot o f vivid coloring, dark red
citizens at the head of the state
R eturn ed H e m e — Mrs. Henry change without first consulting the
S p e cia l N o tice
tulips shaded to pure white, orange
Following her initiation cident.
Eighty girls will model in blent with pale yellow, and softer
Shaver o f Seventh street, has re city officials and looking over the
T o S to ck h o ld e r* o f the L ithia
into the high office she will tra
frocks made during the school shades of saffron, lavender, coral, S p rin g * H o te l;
turned home after several months’ plan that the mayor wanted to
throughout the stale making party, as was also John Enders. year under the direction of Miss
visit in the East.
A m e e tin g o f the s to ck h o ld e r*
peach, purple and scarlet, swaying
official calls upon the many differ
Didtel, Miss Hazel Smith and Miss gracefully in the breeze and w ill he h eld T h u r sd a y e v e n in g .
L ack C o n fid e n c e .
“ I do not believe some of the ent lodges and advising them in
flaunting their loveliness not only M ay 2 4 th f o r the p u rp o s e o f d is
Visits M o th e r — Miss Hasel
\ Shaver, who is teaching at Shale business men have much confi matters of doubt concerning im to the injured men, bringing them
The food exhibit is under the upon the eye of the passerby, but e a s i n g m a tter* o f vita l im p o r
portant questions that arise in the
direction of Miss Smith and will lending their brightness to the ta n ce to the h o te l co m p a n y . S t o c k
City, spent the week-end in Ash dence in the mayor and council
gave them attention.
land with her mother. Miss Shav.
The overturned car was towed feature various phases of that line sickroom. Mrs. Watkins has gen h o ld e rs a re u r g e d to a tte n d this
before circulating the petition,”
er has one more week to teach.
back to Keno and though it was of work accomplished during the erously given to shut-ins and to m e e tin g , ra th e r than send p r o x
Mayor Thornton said. He further Bankers’ Association
¡slightly damaged, Mr. Engle was past year by the class in cooking. friends, and yet the bed remains ies.
The public is cordially invited a-glory.
R eturn fr o m C o n fe r e n c e — Mr. stated that the issue was largely
S. A P E T E R S , S e cre ta ry .
Mcctl at Klamath able to drive it home, Sunday
to attend the exhibit. Tea will I Mr. Tozier planted the bulbs
and Mrs. Thornton Wiley of Wal a personal one, in that the indi
be served the guests following the | which were the best procurable
D. A. R. M e e tin g — The D. A .
nut street returned recently from viduals interested feared their bus
The Bankers’ association o fi
style show, by the home econom- I and took great pleasure in exper R. will meet at the home of Mrs.
T o M o v e t o V a lle jo
the Nazarene Conference at Port iness would be affected and he Southern Oregon, comprising the [
brought out the question of trucks counties o f Jackson, Josephine and j
imenting with the different var J. P. Dodge on the Boulevard at
ieties, producing new specimens. two thirty o'clock Thur
unloading in front of business Klamath, held their last meeting j Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Tomlin
The Watkins plan on improving noon. May 24th. The afternoon
B ellyiew S ch o o l C loses — The houaes, affecting the parking of of the season last Saturday at \ son, who have been spending a
Shoe D en M o ved
Bellview school closed last Fri cars. He closed his talk by refer Klamath Falls, with J. W. McCoy few weeks’ vacation visiting in
The Shoe Den at McGee’s that and adding to the bed next spring will be taken up with the regular
business of the chapter.
day with a picnic. Mrs. Bertha Me- ring to an accident in which a of Ashland, president o f the as California cities, have decided to formerly was located in the back for the sheer joy of the thing.
Kinny was one of the instructors little boy was accidently killed, sociation, presiding. Elwood Hed- locate in Vallejo, where Mr. Tom- end of the store, during the spring |
. . . .
lmson has accepted a position with
and declared that he felt that the . burg,
in this school.
also of Ashland, is secretary
_. , , __
' the Vallejo Ice and Storage com* house cleaning is being removed j
A G A I N C I R C U L A T I O N W IN S
city was responsible for the boy’s and
Vernon Vawter of Medford .......
. . . w_
to the front of the store and now
L e s r s f o r S u m m er H om e — Mr.
Three successful sales, and the Register was the choice of
probably sell their property on occupies a prominent place which
•ltd Mrs. A. H. Peachey of Lin ing.
John P. Duge o f the Oregon
advertisers, te carry the majority o f their sale ad
Oak street. Mr. Tomlinson was
H ardy O pen* A rg u m en t
coln street left last week for Look-
Bond and Trust company in Klam
on entering. Under the direction
J. H. Hardy fired the first gun ath Falls, gave a talk on bank
Station, out from Applegate,
of Frank Rush the stock i* being
Miller's Toggery, McGee’s and Isaacs’ just recently com
»here they expect to spend the for the business interests that ing; R. C. Grosbeck, Klamath at land Ice plant, previous to the ill artistically and conveniently ar
pleted the best sales in the history o f their stores. In every
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torney spoke on legal trade phas
position and seek a different cli ranged and when arrangements
sale the Register was the choice for a double page opening
0—- . ■ ■ ■ , , - - - —
es in the banking businesa. Music
mate in the effort to rebuild his are entirely completed will look
advertisement, snd in every case follow up advertising, in
was furnished throughout the ban
health. The Tomlinsons hsvs most attractive. The big stock of
cluding quarter, half and full page advertiaementn were used
THE REGISTER’S EXTRA
quet which was served in the
made many friends in Ashland every day shoes, with the latest
in the Register.
chamber of commerce rooms.
spring novelties and sport shoes
The Register was the only Southern Oregon newspaper to
The foundation o f newspaper advertising in circulation,
Members o f the association
dence, and they will be missed will be placed in the new shoe
nnd the Register, reaching 95 per cent of the farm homes in
give the convplete Ashland unofficial election returns on Sat
from Ashland were: J. W. McCoy,
in social and civic activities where
Southern Oregon and Northern California, and 75 per cent
urday morning. Only two voting precincts were misaing in
Fred Engle, V. O. N. Smith. Chaa.
requisite shoe novelties and ac
they enjoyed prominent places.
o f the homes in Ashland, played an important part in the
the Register's tabulation o f the voting in this vicinity and
Robertson, Hal Emory, S. A. Pet
success o f these sales.
they were outside the city limits. At four o’clock he final
ers, Jr., and Elwood Hedberg.
precise reported in, and but a short time later the Register
Another significant fact regarding these three sales was
This meeting concluded this sea
Honor Former Resident* — Mr*.
was on the street and in the mail, giving a complete report of
that in every rase it was not a question of price. The adver
son’s activities. The fall meeting
The Junior Church members Charles Chattin will be hostess on
Ashland's part in the primary elect on.
tisers did not know until after the sals what the hill would be.
will convene in Ashland on the and the Junior department of the Wednesday afternoon to n num
Yet they bought not only advertising space, but «ther printed
fourth Tuesday in September.
■•»cal M. E. Church «rill partici- ber of Ashland ladies in compli
To render this service required working aH night, many
matter as well and they bought it freely with a sense of te-
trip* to the various polling places and a careful tabulation of
S erisn a l y III
ternoon in Lithia Park.
Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett, both for
the vote« in this office. The many expressions of appreciation
C E. Dudley who bus
Following U m supper baaeball mer residents o f this rity, having
From past experience they knew they would net be over
received amply repaid us for the extra service rendered. The
gouged or advised to use useless space, simply to
Register is being built on a foundation of servica, and we
for several in. Mina Bertha Peaae, deacene
see the profit tide of the newspaper mouat up, and in every
firmly bo neve in the service elub’s slogan:
cane these merrhaata expressed complete satminrtMn with the
reported considerably im- •f the church and Mrs. Van Poo-
The happy occasion will he for
“ He who sere«» boat, profit* m ost/
Mrv Dudley bar been •v" hand o f U m Juior department, the purpooe of rvaewtag old a
Rsgieter s part ka their a h .
have U m affair la charge
MAN) HAVE FOR
GRAND LODGE MEET