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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 10 March 1920

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, WKDXK3DAY, MARCH 10, 1920 NO. 80 CARTER EAD NEW GAME BOARD Organlaztion of the new state f lnh und gumo commission was perfected in Portland Monday. The commission consists of five: game commissioners, three com - merclal fish commissioners and a CUUirmail, ine inner ucilUB wuen .... . .. i .... the two divisions hold a Joint ses- sion und votes only when there is a tie. The personnel of the new com mission, created and appointed by the special session of the legis lature, is: E. V. Carter of Ash land, chairman; game commission, Charles F. Stone of Klamath Kails, John (lill and I. N. Fleischner ol Portland, E. C. Simmons of Eu gene and Marlon Jack of Pendle ton; fish commission, F. M. War ren of Portland, Charles Hall of Coos Day und Chris Schmidt of Asloria. The respective commis sions elected Mr. Stone as chair man of the game branch and Mr. Warren as chairman of the fish department, Kach Has One Voto The chairman of each depart m...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 10 March 1920

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDING9 Wednesday, March 10, 1020 PAGE TWO ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Established 187S Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND FRIVTIN'G COMPACT BERT R. GREER Editor ' l , . - a . , OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER TELEPHONE 39 SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL One Year Six Months ... Three Mouths One Year .... Six Months . . Outside of the I'nited States .$2.00 . 1.25 . .75 .J2.62 . 1.4.S ated this citudel of upstanding, self- the people to insist upon its enact reilant Americanism in the heart of.ment for protection of tholr own the sage-brush desert. The WeBt rights and the welfaro of tho nation and the nation need more of such Even though a strike may never be outposts. They can be had. In the, called, the possibility of a strike spring floods of the green Snake wa-; is a constant menace which every ter sufficient to irrigate twenty-five1 business man must consider in every thousand forty-acre farms goes to undertaking and in every contract waste. This water can be stored and...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 10 March 1920

Wednesday, March 10, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PAOB THKFH ENDORSED WASHINGTON. Airplane put ruin (or the prevention and suppression of (Irea in ull tlie nutionul forests of the Pacific coast K n J the Hocky mountain region ure provided in an amendment to the forestry bill by Senator McNary ot Oregon. The amendment appropriates $Go,000. All state and privately owned tim ber, as well uu federal timber, will be protected In Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho, Montana and northeastern Wyoming, If the amend ment ig adopted The plan involves the use of 2J patrols, 00 planes and 1)3 0 pigeons. It was though Senator MeNury's ef forts that experiments with airplane patrols in "Tire prevention were made in Oregon and California lust summer. The success was such that the department of agriculture asked Senator McNary to offer this amend ment. 11KXXAISSAXCF, Now, we're going to have a real community service organization We have bad a Commercial Club in l li past, but with the exception of ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 10 March 1920

Wedinwday, March 10, 1020 1TAGE EIGHT ARHLAKD WKKKLV TIDINGS Local and Personal Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Vaupel, who went to Eugene Saturday to attend the ceremonials of the Shriners held there that date, continued to Portland to take dinner Sunday with their daughter. C. W. Akers of Klamath Falls Tl KSIUY S XKWS T. C. Sm;iil's and wife are in Ashland, fuu-sts at the Hotel Aus it tlinir intention to stop here for a month or so trying the 1 in Ashland taking the mineral mineral waters for the benefit of waters for rheumatism. their health. ! " , . 5, i Mr. F. H. Crowson received the In the state basket ball tourim-.' " ot " death of a sister, .. . V. ..Ml l. ...inmi, liUi.a,l l.v itlil i,t held in Safein last week tlie . hainpioi.ship was v on by the I. in .,,in tilth school of Portland. Sa l-m was second and Albany was Falls, third. W j Oarm-iiKT received a card' Callahan families are Just recov josur.lay aimoun, ir.g the arrival "i6 from the flu. , Jesse Car friends as Mrs. Joseph Bcamer...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 10 March 1920

Wednesday, March 10, 1020 ASHLAND WEEK1I TIDINGS PAG" I I K SUMMONS IN FORECLOSURE OF DELINQUENT TAX LIENS. In the Circuit Court of the Stnle of Oregon, For (he Count) of Jack on: Jackson County, Oregon, riulntlff, Tfl, W. H. Humphrey, W. E. Patton, Ceo. Richardson, J. Delfouney, J. H. Klncald, Magruder Est., Mary A. Mee, Mary E. Sims, Benj. Beall, J. H. Douning, N, J. Albeit, W. A. Cowley, T. R. Humllton, (!. N. Beall, Benj & Asbury Beall. Eliz. Beall, Wm. T. Toomey, L. Mosher. M. 8. Welch, Mrs. Hursh, C. J. Dunton, W. W. Newton, W. C. Er ans, J. V. Anderson, Isaac Con stant, Geo. Pankey, (!. W. Rhodes. John Griffiths, Kuhler & Puttl Bon, Jones A Haflin, Anna S. Smith, Carl Richardson, J. 8. A J. F. Loury, Central Point Creamery Co., Mrs. W. E. Mann, B. C. Gleu son, J. L. Ilammersly, Gold Hill Dev. Co., A. E. Kellogg, Flora A. Kelsey, A. Whllhelm Jr., Reed A Kellogg, F. L. Dodge, Reuben Cain, Merrill Belts, Charlotte F. Acree, Geo. S. Lewis, Colver Est., W. D. Lewis A Don, ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 10 March 1920

Wednesday, March 10, I120 PAGE SIX AIHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS 94; Medford, Kendalls Add., Lot 7, Blk. 2, $10.00; accrued Interest, $3 33 m Xo.' 5040 Mary Webb, Vol. 3, P. 95- Medford, Kendall Add., Lot 14, Hlk. $3.67. No. 3, r. Lot 1, terest, No. $10.71; accrued Interest, 5041 Minnie Callalinn, Vol. 96; Medford. Kendall Add., I!lk. 8, J 10.00; accrued in $3.57. 5042 O. F. Cholgron, Vol. 3. I'. 98; Medford, Kenwood Anil., i.oi 21. lt'lk. 2, $5.23; accrued Interest, $174. No. r,n43r. S. Clark. Vol. 3, P. 98; Medford. Kenwood Add., Lot 22, Blk. 2, $11.91; accrued interest, $.t.!i7. No. r04 4 Hattio Campbell, Vol. 3 1 US' Medford. Kenwood Add.. Lot 12. illk. 3. X. 12W ft.. $1.39; accrued Interest, $0.4(5. No. 5 0 4 "i 11. Humphrey, Vol. 3,' p !ii- Medford, Kenwood Add., S. So ft. of X. ISO ft., Lot 13, Blk. 3, $. ji; accrued interest, $0.09. Xii. .10 1(1 Mrs. A. A. rtoot, Vol. 3 P 9S; Medfoid. Kenwood Add., s' Ml ft. of X. 200 ft., Lot 13. Plk. 3, $2.10; accrued interest. $0.70. No. 50 4 7 ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 10 March 1920

Wednesday, March 10, 11)20 ASHLAND WEEKLY TTOIX09 PAGE SEVEN" 12, $15,54; accrued interest, $5.18. No. 6424 H. H. Lhondes, Vol. 1, P. 48; Central Point. Grand View. Lots 21 mid 22, Ulk. 1, $5.12; ac crued Interest, $1.70. No. 6425 W. A. Cowley, Vol. 1, P. 63; Central Point, Pattison Add. Lot 1, BIk. 1 ; Lota 1, 2 and 4, Blk. 2, $17.83; accrued interest, $5.94. No. 5426 Annn A. Smith, Vol. 1, P. 64; Central Point, Pattlson Add Lot 1, Ulk. 3, $5.9.1; accrued inter- est, $1.97. No. 5427 Mary A. Mee, Vol. 1. P. 64; Central Point, Paulson Add. Lots 3 and 4, Illk 3, $12.01; ac crued interest, $4.00. No. 5428 Win. A. Cowley, Vol. 1, P. 64; Central Point, Pattlson Add. Lots 2 and fi, Illk. 3; Lots 1 and 2, Mk. 4; Lots 1, 2 and 5, Iilk. 5, $32.91; accrued interest, $10.97. No. 5429 J. S. & J. F. Lawry, Vol 1. P. 66; Central Point, Shields Add. Lot 1, Blk. 3, $6.1'J; accrued inter est, $2.06. No. 6430 W. A. SelillnsoK, Vol. 1 P. 67: Central Point. Land Dos. 95- 434, $3.54; accrued Interes...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 10 March 1920

Wednesday, March 10, 1020 PAGE EIGHT accrued interest, $7.44 -Hydraulic Mining Co., R. 3W, $2.48. No. 5 80S Vol. 6, P. 96; SH of SE4 of SE Sec. 2, Twp. 37. R. 3V, $3.90; ac crued interest. $1.30. No. 5S10 C. B. Ross et al. Vol. 6. H. 98; und. a int. EM of NEV of NEV. Sec. 12, Twp. 37, R. 3W, $6.51; accrued interest, $2.17. No. 5S11 Iowa Lumber & Box Co. Vol. 6. P. 100: KM of NW Vi , SeC. i.l, TWp. 3i, k. o, accrued interest. $6.59. No. 5 Si 1 2 Trail Lumber Co.. Vol. C. 1'. 100. N'E li of NWU. Sec 25, Twp. 37, it. JW, NWH. Sec. 26, Tan 37, K. 3V, $10.90; accrued interest, $13.63. No. 5M1 Trail Lumber Co., Vol. 6, 1'. 101; N H' of NE'4, Sec. 27, Twp. 37. K. 3V, $11.19; accrued iu teiest. $3.73. No. St. 16 Upp Consolidated Mines, Vol 6, p. 102; SW of NW1, Sec. no, Twp. 37, K. 3V, $14.70; uccrueu inteiusl, $4.91. No f.S19 K. Hendricks, V(d. 6, . lu4; fraet'l. WVs of NW'4 liacfl. NW14 of SW'4. Sec. 6, twp. 3S, K. 3V, $23.54; accrued Inter est', $7 84. No oS2 J. T. Preeilen, Vol. 6. ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 17 March 1920

Oruon Historical Beelftr, Auditorium ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920 NO. 87 VOL. XLIII. MAY BRAND ROGUE NEW VALLEY BAND TIME TO PLANT Post k Banquets knd Elects Officers I H. 1 TAKES BECKONING HANDS 'El POSITION IN BANK RIVER STEELUEADS FULLY ORGANIZED I GARDEN Wllllnm Briggs wuh re-elected post communder of Ashland Post of the American Legion at a meeting held In conjunction with n banquet at the Hotel Austin here last night. Other officers elected wore as follows: Vice command er, C. A. Malone; 'idjutant, Oscar Silver; treasurer, (lien Simpson; historian, Edwin Dunn; chaplain, John Rlgg; executive committee, II. 0. Wolcott, L. D. Mowul, I', L. Ashcraft, Jr., Ural Coleman and J, E. Enders. About thirty-five members at nttended the affair last night and enjoyed the most excellent ban quet prepared by the Hotel Aus tin force. The early portion of the evening was given over to Blowing away "chow," singing and story telling. "Jimmy" Gheen of the Americ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 17 March 1920

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS WoUneMl.iy, Muitli 17, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND FRIXTINQ COMPANY BERT R. GREER. . " ' - OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER TELEPHONE 39 SI BSCRII'TION One Year Six Months . . . Three Months One Year . . . . Six Months . . Outside of the ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertisements, per column Inch, each Issue, 26c. Local Readers, the line of six words, 10c. Classified Column, lc the word, each time. Legal Notices, 3 1-3 cents the line, each time. Cards of Thanks, f 1.00. Obituaries, 2 V4 cents the line of six words. Fraternal orders and societies charting regular iuitiation fees aBd dues, regular rates. Religious and benevolent societies will be charged far all advertising wheu ub admission or collection Is taken, at the regular advertising rate. The Tidings has a larger circulation in Ashland and Its trade territery than all oilier newspapers combined. Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, f ostettlce as secend c...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 17 March 1920

Vodnosiluy, Muicli 17, 1020 ASnliAM) WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGE THKhit Local and Personal WEDNESDAY'S NEWS Attorney W. J. Moore la hotm from Lop Anseles where lie uml Mrs. Moore had been spending several weeks. The lutter has been seriously ill during her so journ In Cullfornlu und was unable- to accompany her husband borne. She is now in u sanitarium In Los Angeles. Mrs. J. L. Logan, telegraph op erator at Siskiyou, was a business caller in Ashland today. Mrs. J. B.-Wimt-r Is up from Medford Is spending a couple of days In Aslflund. $ ' Elmer Ashcraft of Sealtlo is spending a couple of days in Ash land viHiting with the parents. He expects to go from here to Nevada to locate. His wife will come here Hbortly to visit for a time before joining her husband. B. It. Stevens, who has been liv ing in Weed for some time, is moving back to Ashland and will resido hero. ? F. C. Hollhaugh, one of the en terprinlug ranchmen from the Val ley View district, was an Ashland business visitor yesterday. Ra...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 17 March 1920

pack fight The Social Realm W. It. ('. lull The Wi n-'lief Corps club met yesterday afternoon at the heme of -Mrs. George Maihcs cv. Maple street and was largely at tended by 1 lie members. A pleas ant social tiifl" w.,s enjoyed and fine refreslimenis were served In t!" committ-v ron-'stiii'.- of .Mi.-. Willis, Mrs. (oir.iere. Mrs. Cordell. Mr.. Anna Kohison, Mis. Will W.M.ei and Mis. F. t'. Homes. ? l IKs Cud Party j A l.i i comiiaiie of Inly Kills; i. . . t Mil i .it the elllll rooms yes-i i.adiv nitoriionn and spent a lie-j In hn ul 1 inie pla.i inn bridue and full. 'I'll ill Hers of hUh score v. ie Mis. Will Miirlii'll for aim,! : i d Mis. Kdmiind Hes fur. Hostesses fur the after-j 1, all ttele Ml'S. 11. 11. (illlettO lillil :Iin. limUl' Stevens. j Ui-. I ,..).. I-: ill-pa -i .ul Miiinoe of Eugene, ill A -1 1 1 . 1 1 1 il lliis week ft'T business ill! illellf to ol soma property she held here. Divine to the increased traffic :i the loci railuiad yards an tr.i i unine anil en it ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 24 March 1920

"leal r'um ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1920 NO. 88 FIGHT j H END1 KLAMATH FALLS. The California-Oregon Tower company isj ready to relinquish it a contract with tlio United States govern-! went fur the building ot the Link river dam, which includes provis-j Ions for the storage and distribu tion of power and Irrigation wa ter supply In the Upper Klani-I nth lake, on assurance that the government will build the dum at once. This is according to aj statement of George J. Walton, j local superintendent of the com- j pnny, at a conference with water: Users and American Legion rep-j resentatives here. ; The local post of the American Legion and the water users have, asserted that through its contract with the government the power, company could control the stor age supply of the lake, und in short seasons lower it to a point where It would deprive thousands of acres of Irrigation. 1 Tlio agrement suggests a solii-i tion for a contraversay that h...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 24 March 1920

lnolny, Muioh 24, 11K20 ASHLAND WEEK1I TrDIXQS PAGE TWO ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND PRINTING COMPANY BERT R. GREER. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER TELEPHONE 39 SUBSCRIPTION One Year . . . . Six Months . . . Three Months Outside of the One Year . Six Months ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertisements, per column Inch, each Issue, 26c. Local Readers, the line of six words, 10c. Classified Column, lc the word, each time. Legal Notices, 3 1-3 cents the line, each time. Cards of Thanks, 11.00. Obituaries, 2H cents the line of six wards. Fraternal orders and societies charging regular Initlatien fees d dues, regular rates. Kelinious and benevolent societies will be charged for all drtlilBg. wheu an admission or collection is taken, at the regular aivertisii The Tidings has a larger clrculatlen in Ashland and Its trade territory than all oilier newspapers combined. Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, fostotfice as second class mail matter. MAUI...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 24 March 1920

Wedrnwliiy, March 21, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PACK THREE Local and Personal MONDAY'S NKWS Phone 119. We cull und lo llver. I'aiil8e;U(l & Haiiett, Cleaners anil I'lcBsers. 1 7 2-ir $ Ming Mary Ives, who linn made her home in Ashliuic (or the past three years-with her uncle uml limit, Mayor C. B. and Mh. Luni klii, left yeHterday to Join her parents and other members uf her family at Silverton. A house belonging to William Myer of this city burned to the ground Saturday in Medi'ind. Mrs. Kershaw, who is teaching the Lone I'iue school, occupied the house and also lost all of her belong ings. The fire is supposed to have started by sparks from the flue. Mr. and Mrs. Westmore and young son, who have been spend ing tho winter in Lou Angeles, arrived Saturday on their way home to Spokane, and are visit ing Mrs, Westmore's auiit, Mrs. C. B. I.amkin. They are making the trip in their automobile. Mr. and Mrs. .1. P. Wo'fe ex pected to start last nlulii from Ban Diego where they hud b...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 24 March 1920

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Wednesday, March 24, 1020 page Font The Social Realm! ! yulfi Wcddhnc Lii-i Mght The marriage of Miss Lulu Hon his Jennings aiul Alfred 0. .Moss two popular young people of Ash lund, was solemnized in the Methodist church last evening. Lev. t'h.nle A. Edwards l"'''-.), lorming the ring ceremony. 1 ln ..uiiiiji people were t tt'iuU'ti by Mr. and Mrs. H. I!. 1'ace of Med-, lull). '1 llf young ou pit! llai'; in.iny fiiciuls in this city who will i.f intcr.Med in this ewnt. The, I.imIh is iho attractive yoiinc iiuiu'lilcr of Mr. and Mis. E. I). j .I'lininps, n ml the rrooui is thei Mm of Mr. mid Mrs. L. A. Moss, j Ik- is mi ex-service in. hi nml hus; ninny Irionds who extend host wi-hfs lo liini iiiol his bride, i f i freshmcnts were served, and the 'AS l,-''.;.JV.' ;.v V rest of th.' evening was devoted vLj;iW k''f olSMl 'to dancing and card playing, rfcf ;v.5v.':'':i. .j.. V ... f ' IWWtffol iiiiMrvii mmii iiiriiitiay v-V StHJvclJvip) till hjl. ...1-1 1 l- A I L...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 31 March 1920

Auditorium ASH LAN EEKLY TIDINGS ASHLAND, OK KG ON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1920 NO. 81) VOL XLIII D W RSH CONTROVERSY ON TO 10 SETTLEMENT After yours of agitation nnd Ion-1 cooperate with the first party in Islativedugg.ing I, now looks " thought tne uogue hut use j -,eV(.o,moiit ami to assist in th troversy would ho nettled hy agree ment between the dinners at the jnouth of the Rogue and tlie Jack son County Fish and (iaine asso ciation. Tlio following agreement between the interested parties ha just been consummated: procurement of government and state aid and assistance in work ing out tlie probleui of developing .he said Kilt Creek hatchery to (lie highest possible efficiency. It is tho desire of the second par ties to continue the anil propagation of fish, particu larly sleelhead, for tlie Rogue river and its tributaries. The first party Is in hearty sympathy LOTHIXO SCHOOLS 11KI.I) NEXT MONTH Xyith regard to the Clothing Schools to be held th rollout the county in April, Miss Bi...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 31 March 1920

Wednesday, March 31, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TTOIXG9 Page two it did not altogether approro of such claims as Ashland for expanded to provide out door sports of all kinds. Many a place . . . I . I. I I y. i. ; it did not anopcwier approre ui suuu tmiiu, no ouum ASlill!nd nt'Ckl)' I lliinpS i the terms of the Bureau contract the continuous stay of people who Et.'.h!i-hcJ 1S76 Tub THE ,r':e.; Every Wednesday by A.-"!il..Nll PRINTING CO Editor licit II. (iivi'r ISSl'KD I (HI HKiO duce the cost of living. 0 R E G 0 N AGUICniTItAlJ They forget the main thing. COLLEGE, Oorvallis. March 1C. Where are they going t.) get the A farm account book for 192 0 i '"' tho reclaimed lands? to do tomi thing. Therefore have already at hand the equip-lsake of climbing, and breUliiiiK lils B,,en distributed to mojo than ; ' ",e"' und "lller men' ,0' ,, full r. re nf It columns ment. the aBnurtenances. the fin- the pure ozone of such au atmos--4 1 1 r.n hnnm in Jackson county i '"'1 deserting the fiinns evpry...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 31 March 1920

IWcdmwLiy, March 31, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGE THREE Local and Personal MONDAY'S NEWS The Ministerial Association ot yuhlnnd has announced a union meeting to be held In tho Vliiing Iheuter on Good Friday. This will convone at 12:30, noon, and lunt until 1:15. All churches arc naked to attend. Dr. Bertha Sawyer has moved from tho J. M. Wagner residence on Oak street to the Wheeler res idence on North Main street. Dobbin Irwin has sold the Val ley Auto line running between Ashland and Medford, the Inter urban Auto company taking It over and merging the two lines together. The merger was ef fected Friday. Fred C. Homes, president of the Ashland Republican club, was one of the speakers at tho or ganization ot the Leonard Wood club in Medford Saturday night. R. L. Hurdle III, Is one of the Infest residents of Ashland. This young man, weighing 7 pounds, arrived at the home of Dr. and Mrs. R. h. Uurdic Jr., yesterday. He will answer to the name of Robert Lester. Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. K...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 31 March 1920

r.u.E un it ASHXAYD WEEKLY TIDIXG8 Wednesday, March 81, 1020 Mrs. A. C. Dripg's. Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Cliff Payne met together v Aiken Mrs. K. L. MeClure . last evening and surprised them and Mrs. H. C. Stock. i'ii - ii,t Chinter wedded couple were not aware 1 1 hereby announce myself as a Upwards' of 'a dozen nieinbeis l what was transpiring until the . 1 The Social Realm 1 A CoiiKi i'C " ional M""'ti"i! The annu.il i-onsre.uaiioiial of the l'resbytori in with a serenade at their home on Granite street. While the newly announce my candidacy for re- ounce of powdered strychnine (nl- nomination on the Republican keloid) and 1 ounce of common ticket at the May primaries. G. M. RODEIITS. of Alpha ('hauler. Eastern Star, racket broke loose outside they. the invited suesls of the immediately called the partici-: uurch of tl,i Wty will lake place Ml,t(o,.j cha,,tt;r last evening. In- lmU within and- enterluiueu meeting wore candidate for the office of Dis trict Attorney, on Republican ticket,...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
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