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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 2 September 1919

- - Mi v :. y Ashland AlLY VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1919 , NUMBER 62 t t y 1 io urn m 1 1 Mt HEAD IKES STIRRING SPEECH 1 1 (By the United Press) i retary Daniels,. In an address here today, Justified the division of the American naval forcea into the At lantic and Pacific fleet. He point ed out that the Pacific fleet, when all its nnlti have arrived will cora prue 615,000 tons, aa compared with the entire American fleet of 115,000 tona which went around the world ia 1(07 at Rooaevelt'a di rection. The secretary paid tribute to the ofrethoufht of ' Roosevelt, both in ending the fleet around the world and in the construction of the Pan ama canal. He aald it waa the ca nal which made the Pacific fleet possible. ' "By developing the navy bases," be declared, "wo will add to the strength of the fleet aa much as if we added their equivalent in fight ing ships." He further asserted that the capacity of these proposed naval bases "Is beyond anything heretofore found...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 2 September 1919

1T0 tadM Biptfthttfi' a) 1019 ASHLAND DAILVTIBINGS , . Established' 1876, : Published Kvery Evening Except ounasy Dy :TU Ashland " frintlnt Company. Z-:t r "Beit R. Creer, Editor. .'OFFICIAL CITY AND PAPER. COUNTY Telephone 39 ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES wne xear, Delivered . . ; ffl.oo One Month, Delivered JM une Week., .15 ADVERTISING RATES: Single Insertion, Each Inch.... 80c Yearly Contract One time a week, each inch. '.2VAc Two times a week, each inch.. , ,25c Every other day.' each inch.;. 20c Every day, each inch..... ...17 He Local Readers, the Line f.lOc Classified Ads., the Word lc ' The Tidings has a greater circula tion In Ashland and its trade terri tory than all other Jackson County papers combined. Entered at the ABhland, Oregon, Poatofflce ' as Second Class Mull .Matter. A DIRECT HIT FOR THE CAMl ' ' GROrXD. Wednesday an auto tourlHt rolled into Asniand s - free auto camp ground tor the night. The accom modatlons were so perfect and the environment so charming that he concl...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 2 September 1919

AshlaxtI BAH STfiiK'ft '- TIDINGS CLASSIFIED ADS On cent tn PHYMCIAXI DR. U. B. MOORE Chlropracii Physician.' Flnt National Bank pidg. Phones: Offic, 112; Re, DR. ERNEST A. WOOD Practlc limited to jr, oar, not and I taroat. Office noun, 10 to It and 1 to . Swodtnburi Bldr.. Asa ' land. Or. 7-tt DR. 3. J. EMMXXg Phyilclan and , Burgeon. Practice limited to ore, ear, note and throat. Olaisea iop- plled. Oculist and aurltt for S. P. 1 R.B. Offlcei, M. F. and H, Bldf., opposlt postofflc, Med ford, Or. Phone 667. Jl-tl p. M. BROWER, M. D. 218 Factory a. Bt. Pbon No. 48-K. uses raaio hat largely la hi treatment of chronic diseases. Tuberculosis, cancer and other infections all ; meets, respond marrelously to said treatment. ATTORNEYS ' JUUGGS A BIUGC8, Attornejr-at- La,-, Fioneer biock, Asmaaa. L. A. ROBERTS Attorney-t-Law. Rooms 6 and I, Citizens' Bank Bldf. STENOGRAPHERS VBS8IJB B. THATCHER Public Stenographer. Commercial Clnfb. 'flours: a, m. to 11 a. m.; I . m. to i p. m., after Septe...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 2 September 1919

'. A, ' ' i -.uov ti ram- fl ''it- 1 ASiiLAKD DAL- 1 "'i 1 ' T " ... . T gnrntmtnmnmHuumtmttm LOCAL AND PERSONAL Kniipiiiiiiinnmmimiiminmtiunmm Here flt at Ofret Tallort. S:t( . Hn. Lillian 2 us del hat been grant ed a. decree of divorce from her hus band. Weldoa Zundel. . , P. P. Cbeever hat returned from a vacation spsnt In Elkton, Or. HI wife, who. accompanied blm, will re main there soma tlma longer. Charles OUletta baa lately remod led and painted bit reildence at the comer of Hlih and Church itreeti. j Mr. W. L. Mellinger and children. Vaxon and Margaret, will leave this evening for their new borne In Ogden, Vtah. Mra.' Daniel Baron moved yester day from Avery itreet to a house she owns on Mechanic street, which she will occupy at ber future borne. Axel Hall Is repairing and remodel Ing a house on Laurel street which be recently purchased, and will make that his future dwelling place. :, Will Myer of the fire depart ment is taking a 16-day furlough from his duties. . Dr. W. E....

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 5 September 1919

s- ' '""lr!, ' Daily ABHMND ASHLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6; 1919 VOL. XLIII . NUMBER 5 DECLARES OPPONEN acfr Hand Bomfc Wrecks Hotel and Mine Are to Tidings 111 UUI1 1LIU I I inmi i Throwing Rhetoric to Winds Wilson Hits From Shoulder at Those Blocking Peace and League GETS HIS el (Special to The Tldlngi) PARIS, Sept. 8. George Qulen, charged with betraying Edith Ca vell to Germany was today convict ed and. condemned to death. Asks Wilson to Help Arrange A Conference (By the United Preu) WASHINGTON. Sept. 8. Acting for the iteel worker!, President Sam uel Compere of the American Fed eration of Labor, today wired Presi dent Wilson asking him to use his Influence In arranging a conference with the United States Steel cor poration. President Wilson Is asked to make bis reply before Tuesday, when the presidents of twenty-four lnterna ' yttonal unions of the steel industry will be here to decide upon the fu ture action of their organisations. The telegram ' declares that while the ...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 5 September 1919

I r.ir.K i wo Frlihiy, September ' ASntABfD PACiV TIDIXOB 4 ASIIIMD DAILY TIDINGS Establliilied 1870. rublistied Kvcrjr Evening Except Suuday by Ths Ashland ' Printing Company. ....... llcrt ILXJrcor, Editor. .. OKI'ICIAL ClTVAOCOUNTy Telephone 39 KfllSCRIl'TION HATES: One Voir, IMivinnl $0.00 Oik- Mo.nh, DrliviiH-.l .mi OnoMwl ; 15 . AOVKUTISINO RATKS: Single In-citlon, l .idi Inch. . . .80c Vrnily (out met One time a week, each inch. .27 He Two times u ek, e :ch Inch. . . ,25c Evorv other duv. each inch 20c Kverv day. each Inch 17 l,oal Hi'iiili-m. t!io Lino 10c ClaFslflod Ads., the Word lc Pioneer Rogue River Valley Newspaper Launched as Daily The Tiilines has a Rreater circular tlon in At-blund nnd its trade torri tory than nil other Jucknon County 'papers conililiii-n. Entitre-il lit the Ashland, Oregon rnstnffice us Second Class Mail Jiuttcr. COMIVi TO THE 1'HOXT Not nt liny time- during the eight yrars the writer hag known Ashland has the city boon us good commercially h's no...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 5 September 1919

, 4 Friday, ptember 5, 1010 ASULAS TIDINGS TACK Tiim:3 TIDINGS CLASSIFIED ADS One cent the PHYSICIANS DR. H. B. MOOIUS Chiropractlo Pnyslolan. First National Bank , Bid. Phones: Otflce, 112; Re. - - 807-J. : DR. ERNEST A. WOOD Practice , limited to eye, ear, dob and throat. Office hours, 10 to II and 4 to 6. Bwsdenburtf Bide, Aab- Und. Ore. DR. I. i. EMMEN8 Physician and rceon. Practlc limited to eye, ear. no and tbroat. Glasses sup- ollsd. . Ocullit and aurlut for 8. P. R. R. Offlcei. M. P. and H. Bldg.. ocDOilte oostoltlce. Medford, Or. . Pbon 667. IMf P. M. B ROWER, M. D. 216 Factory ' St. Phon No. 498-R. Uses radio seat largely In bis treatment of chronic dlseaie. Tuberculoid, ' cancer and other Infectious ail ment, respond marrelously to said treatment. ATTORNEYS DRIOOS A BRIGGB, Attorneys-at-lw, Pioneer Block, Asbland. I A. ROBERTS Attoruey-at-Law. Room I and I, CltUens' Bank Bldg. STKNOti RAPHE KM JK88IE B. THATCHER Public , Stenographer. Commercial Club. Honrs: a. m. to 12 a...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 5 September 1919

f "PAGE HH'B The ManWth the Gun . Much In Evidence This Week The gods that look after tbe wild thingg hav not been verjr kind to thera during tbe past two days when they gent a rain In the mountains to afford splendid opportunities to the hunters, but the lulter have 'been thanking their lucky stars, and have filled the forests with the reports of Hfleswmnny shots of which have taken effect, as is proved by the number of deer that have fallen vie tlm to their prowess. Tractlcally every day this week hunters have returned with deer, some of whom have reached the lim-j it, while others could have shot . other, but postponed that pleastr. - for another day. Robert Herrln and Bob Warner came In Wednesday with three to their combined credit and Ira Reeder got two in one day. Not satisfied with the fine seven pronged buck he shot near Wag ner Butte the other day, Rev, C. P. Koehler and sons, Fred and Paul came home Wednesday bringing the rnat which they had stripped from the bones in thei...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 9 September 1919

m : ' Ashland ' Daily I VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1919 10 IP! H II SI Rioting Strilfeeps Beatora in B Battle ' i"' ; NUMBER 8 "W"1-1 "'I 'H'L JL.J U ' .'J..LLII Hill IBMBBHWi.l.. mi . CONFERENCE NOW BEING HELD WILL DETERMINE AGIN innr - i (Bf the United Press) WASHINGTON, Sept. . 9. The leel itrlke, If one U culled because of fullure of the steel workers' or ganlzatlons to secure a conference nd agreement with the steel cor porations, as now threatened, will involve two million workers, Includ ing the Great'Lakes Bailors and coal miners, according to dun prepared bere at a series of conferences by beads of 24 unions. Whether or not a strike will be called will be determined before the conference adjourns, union heads (declared today. FIRST FIRE IKES BLAZE CHIMNEY Resulting from a fire built in n tove for the find time this season the chimney of the house of Leonard Worthings on the Pacific highway north of Ashland, caught fire Sat urday. The timely aid of J. ...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 9 September 1919

UGH tWO ASlltAK) DAILY TIDIXG8 ASHLAND TIDINGS Established 1176 ' Published Every Evening Except Sunday by . . THE ABHLAXD PRINTING COMPANY Bert JU Greer , EUwlf OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER. TELEPHONE 39 SUBSCRIPTION RATES DELIVERED IX CITY One Year. Delivered 6jj One Month, Delivered One Week " 16.00 2.76 1.(0 Subscription Rates By Mall Outaide of City One year by mall Six montha by mall rrkmu Hnittl.a Kv malt ............. No out ot town aubacrlptlon taken for leaa than three moutba. By Mall Outside of Vnlted States $8 11 One year 4 t Six Montha.. v " No fubacriptlon for leaa than au montha. ' " ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising h , h , Single lnaertlon "CB YEARLY CONTRACTS Display Advertising ch tlma !7Vie One time a week, each Inch. "! .each time 2 6c .each time 20c ....each time 17 He Two time, a week, each Inch Every other day, eacn men .... . Rvarr tniiue. each Inch Local IWdrr ..10c Eacs. line each time ( worda to ' ,1 To run every other day for one month, each line e...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 9 September 1919

TmwbW. September 0, 1010 ASItLAXD DAILY TDDHfOl .." . , TIDINGS CLASSIFIED ADS One ceut tie PHYSICIANS DR. H. n. MOORE Cblropractlo 1'byilolan. First National Bank Bldg. Phones: Office, 112; Rw. U7-J. DR. EK.VK8T A. WOOD Practice limited to eye, ear, nose and throat. Office hour, 10 to 1 i and I to 6. Bwedenburg Bldg., Ash land, Ore. 73-tf DR. J. . EMMEN8 Physician and surgeon. Practice limited to eye, ear, nose and tbroat. Glasses sup- . piled. Oculist and aurlst for S. P. R. R. Offices, M. P. and H. Bldg., opposite postofflce, Medford, Ore. . Phone 667. 2 1-tf D. M. DROWER, M. D. 210 Factory St. Phone No. 498-It. Uses radio . beat largely in bis treatment of . chronic diseases. Tuberculosis, cancer, and other Infectious ail ments, respond marvelously to said treatment. ATTORNEYS BIUGGH tt URIOGS, Attorneys-at-Law, Pioneer Block, Ashland. I A. ROBLHTH Attorney-at-Law. Rooms t and (, Citizens' Bank Bldg. STENOGRAPHERS JE88IB I). THATCHER Public . Stenographer. Commercial Club. Hours...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 9 September 1919

Yaub rotn f.i i Tuesday, ScpteniW 0, 1910 Teachers' Institute Opens 3-DafLSession Tomorrow Jackson County Teachers' Institute lll tt held In Ashland Ssptsmbtr 19, 11 and 12. All schools In the county will be closed on those three days, and IWJ teacher who la teaching now or who expects to teach during the year must attend. The law require! all schools to be closed and also requires teach ers to attond for at least 16 hours during the three days session. Many of the most capable Insti tute lecturers and instructors on the coast are on the program. Among those who come from a distance might be mentioned Plate Superin tendent J. A. Churchill, J. F. Brum baugh of the Department of Psychol ogy from the Oregon Agricultural college, also Professor Edwin T. Reed, college editor, from the same Institution. From the Oregon State Normal school will be Miss Ida Mae Smith, primary critic; also Mrs. Mar garet Curran, Institute lecturer and rural ' achool specialist. From the X'nlversity of Oregon...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 12 September 1919

Hm, librarian' 7 T V" DINGS . ASHLAND, OREGON, JBIDAY SEPTEMBER 12, i9')9 NUMBER 11 M. Ii. Dm ! vol. XLiii . . . ... , . ; . r "IfPFdPIF MMflPRTAMfl TRFATV I ii i i 111 i i iiiiin 111 1 1 ni ii i i in n i II IT WILL BE : SAYS By L. C. Martin, (United Press Staff Correspondent.) WASHINGTON, Sept. 12. "If the lenate understands, and American people understand tbli treaty It wilt be defeated." This, according o William Bullitt, testifying before the senate Foreign Relations Committee today, was the statement made blm by Secretary of State Lansing on May 19. Secretary Lansing, he declared, continued, "But I wonder If they will understand what It will let us in for. It it my personal opinion that Sena tor Knox probably will really under itand it and Senator Lodge will, but Lodge's position would be purely po litical. Senator Knox might instruct the people." . . Previous to bis testimony concern ing Lansing's alleged utterances, Bullitt bad shown the committee a document which he said wa ...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 12 September 1919

fr!W. piernkv 19, 1010 PA63 w(J t j ASHLAND TIDIN G S Established 1171 Published Evry Evening Except Sunday IT - THE ASBXAKD PRINTING COMPANY Beit R. Greer Editor I ; I . - m wmmm km res on in n rsM ran ran rrw ran nw rrm rwi nan tnea n nan fTK! fPNl fF"fl fPfl rnn rTfl tr fPfl fPfl fW TPfl frfl fpfl Ffl IPfl frn fpfl fPfl fPfl frfl fPfl If!! fPfl ffflfH GREAT DOUBLE i . ,, xwENifpffiCE J LLAI1I1I OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER. TELEPHONE 30 , SIHSCRIITIOX RATES DELIVERED IN CITY On Year. Delivered !' Dna Vnnth TWIvaraH 0 On Week t IS 15.00 8.76 1.60 Subscription Rate By Mail Outside of City On year by mail ' Si month! by mall Three month! by mail No out of town ubecriptlon taken tor leas than three months. By Mail Ouulde of fnlted Bute- On year... ...,.11.11 Six Wonthi.. v t 4,1 No aubacription tor lew than six months. ADVERTISING RATEH Dleplajr Advertising Single Inaertion ,ch Inch JOe YEARLY CONTRACTS Display Advertising " ". .... One time a week, each Inch...,. each time 17 He T...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 12 September 1919

fcrMAf, SeptemW 10, 1010 - ABtttllCD DAtLT T1WMQI paqi Tirra f y wax '4 .' f " TIDINGS CLASSIFIED ADS On cent tb word each tlm. PHYSICIANS DR. B. B. MOO UK Chiropractic Fbyslclan. First National Bank r Bldg. Phones: Of tie, ; Ken. i: 07-j. ' DR.; ERNEST A. WOOD Praotlo limited to tyt, itr, com and throat. Offlc noun, 10 to II and I to 6. Bwtdenburf Bldg., Asb- ' land. Or. 71-tt -THE FIIIT SHOP" Bring It to me, I can tlx It right. Lawn Mowers and Bicycles my spe cialty. L. H. ROOT, 137 H, Main ' street, Ashland. WANTED MEN WANTED (or work on canal at Oak street bridge, Ashland. Ap ply on job. lQ-6t DR. I. I, KM-MENeV Physician and aargeon. Practice limited to aye, ar, nose and throat. Olassea tup- piled. Oculist and aorlst (or 8. P R. R. Offices, M. T. and H. Bldg, opposite postoftlce, Medford. Ore ' Phone 6(7. t ll-t( D. M. D BOWER, M. D. 216 Factory s ot. fuone No. 4D8-R. Uses radio heat largely in bli treatment of chronic diseases. Tuberculosis, cancer and other . Infectious, all ...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 12 September 1919

raj '1 i i iVIiU, pUtaber 19, 1010 f." Y ifl free Concert By In LHh'ia Park '" Tomorrow night at 7:10 In Lithla I park Ashland lovers ot music . and otbors who can aland mualo and love ragtime, will bava an opportunity ot hearing on ot the best banda on tha Pacific count. Totnmaslno's famous San Diego Exposition Band, which la (" bound from tha California Stata Fair at Sacramento to Salem tor the Or ' egon State Fair and and later on to 'the Western Washington ' Fair, will . atop off for 'Saturday night In Aah ; land In order to break the long Jump t and fill a day which they would bth . erwlae havt to apend loafing around Salem. Incidentally the Ashland Commercial club and the band are going fifty-fifty on the proceeds ot an artistic souvenir program which la being. printed and which 'will be loi at the concert. No price la aet ' on the program and none haa to bay one. However, everybody should bring along from ten cents to a dol lar and kick through like a good fel low. The club h...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 16 September 1919

Ashland Daily Tidings VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1919 NUMBER 14 TOO TOWNS COMPLEET WW OUT; LOSSES MJLW BOSTON FAK IWELL E M ffl MBltm M III REUEF GENEI SH (By the United Press) BOSTON, 8ept. 18. Sentiment favoring general strike In sympa thy with the striking police Is grow ing. The United Hebrew Trade, with a membership of thirty thousand, has voted to walk out It the Central La bor Union calls a general strike. Other unions are voting on the strike question and give unmistaka ble signs that they are In favor of such action. Captains and lieutenant In tho fire department voted today not to strike, according to Fire Commissioner Mur phy who Informed Mayor Peters of the supportof theofficers of the de partment. The firemen, outside of captains and lieutenants, are expect ed to take a vote on the strike ques tion tomorrow. V V -- (By the United Press) PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 16. Fire chiefs of the Pacific coast began the second 'day of their annual conven tion he...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 16 September 1919

ASHUUTD DAILY tlSINOS Tuesday, Septcmtef lfl, 1010 ' ASHLAND TIDINGS Established 1876 - Published Every Evening Except Sunday by THE ASHLAND PRINTING COMPANY Bert R. Greer EiU'of OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER. TELEPHONE 39 8CB9CRIPTION RATES DELIVERED IN CITY One Year. Delivered One Month, Delivered 5" One Week 1 " Subscription Rate! By Mull Outside of City One year by mail 15-00 Six montba by mall 2.75 Three montbi by mall v 1-50 No out ot town subscription taken tor less than three months. By Mall Outside of I'nited States One year 18.12 " ' Six Months..', 4-31 No subscription for less than six months. ADVERTISING KATES Display Advertising Single Insertion each Inch 30c YEARLY CONTRACTS Display Advertising , One time week, each inch each time 27MiC Two times a week, each inch each time 25c . Every other day, each inch each time 20c Every issue, each Inch each time 17 4c Local Readers Each line each time (6 words to line) 10c To run every other day for one month, each line each ti...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 16 September 1919

y' Tuesday, September 16, 1010 ASHLAtt) bAILY TTOnCQB fasti TTntna r L TIDINGS CLASSIFIED ADS On cent the PHYSICIANS DR. H. a MOORB Chlropractlo P.hyslolan. First National Bank Bldg. Phone: Oftlc. lit; Rm. Jv7-J. LT.. ERNEST A. WOOD Praotlo limited to y, ear, not and Uroat. Offlc hour. 10 to IS and I to 6. gwsdsnburg Bldg., Ash land. Ort. 71-tt DR. J. I. EMME.V8 Physician and surgeon. Practice limited to ey. or, nose and throat. Glasses iud plled. Ocullit and aurlit for 8. P. R. R. Office, M. F. and H. Bldg., opposite poatolflce, Msdford, Ore. Phon 667. 11-tf D. M. BKOWEIt, M. D. 216 Factory k St. Phone No. 8-R. Uiet radio heat largely In hie treatment of chronic disease. Tuberoulesls, cancer and other Infectloui ali ment, reapond marrelously to tald treatment. ATTORNEYS BRIlKiH BJUOGM, Attorneys-at Law, Pioneer Block, Aihlund. L. A. ItOHEKT Attorney-at-Law. Roome t and 0, Cltlxent' Bank wag. STENOGRAPHERS JESHIH II. TUATC'llEIi Public Stenographer. Commercial Club. Hour: a. m. to L...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland daily tidings. — 16 September 1919

.1 fries rotn - ABiilAKD DAL I iiimiiinnitiiiiiittnmtffltmmm I LOCAL AND PERSONAL janmiiiiinmmimttiinmmiuun Hava a tit at Oni Tailor. 6Jtf . Mr. Lillian Zundel ha bn grant 94 a. dear of divorce from ber hus band, Weldou Zundel. , P. P. Cheever bai returned from a tacatlon spent In Elkton, Ort. His vita, who. accompanied him, will re main there tome time longer. Charles Gillette has lately remod led and painted his residence at the corner of High and Church streets. Mrs. W. L. Melllnger and children Vaxon and Margaret, will leave this renlng for their new home In Ogden, Utah. ,.. Mrs.' Daniel Baron moved yester day from Avery street to a bouse she owns on Mechanic street, which she J will occupy as her future home. V Axel Hall is repairing and remodel ing a house on Laurel street which he recently purchased, and will make that his future dwelling place. Will Myer . of the fire depart ment is taking a 16-day furlough from his duties. . Dr. W. E. Blake and family have returned from a s...

Publication Title: Ashland Daily Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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