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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 7 April 1920

rln Historical Sodl Auditorium ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, Al'RIL 7, 1920 NO. 91 SCHOOLS II OF ROOSEVELT B SI E II BY COUNTY AGENT i Acting on the suggestion of the American Defense Society three life-size portraits of The odore RoOBevelt buve been placed In the public 'schools of Ashland. .George A. Briscoe, superintend' ,cnt of schools, received the pic tures from the society with the Stipulation that proper frames be multiplied until in 1911 the coun provided. ty horticultural society dctermin- "A Roosevelt picture In every j ed to make an effort to secure the icbool in America" is the slogan ; services of Dr. J. 1'. O'Oura, than of the society In its free distribu-l working in the county for the (lo tion of pictures with Roosevelt's p:irtment of ngriculuire. The so patriotic message given to the or-ciety was successful in this and ionization the night before hiSjDr. O'Oara opened an office in .death. This activity iB a part of, jici ford in Janu...

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. — 7 April 1920

ASITLAVD WEEKLY TIDINGS Wednesday, April 7, 1020, lGE TWO Ashland Weekly Tidings ltZlu -Church Finances Make Prosperous Showing for YearE business nropoganda on the paid ' rdvertising basis. When the pol iticians i't lor the paper white 1 aper for nothing it will be time Bert R. Greer Kditor enough to let politicians use it) columns for nothing. Established 1S7G Published Every Wednesday hy THE ASllLAN'D PRINTING CO Members of the OFFICIAL CITY AD COVMV iri:u. rXDESIIlAHI.E CITIZENS TKI.KPIU1NK ' If all the men of Ashland were as active in constructive commit- ports nitv movement as some of them splendid condition, in obstructive movement in matter. I'OMTK'AL l'Hdl'AtJAMllSTH Just lately we are exceedingly impressed with the inteiest all po litical rallies, and all candidates of political parties, and candidates TAI.EXT TIDINGS The box factory has been con verted into a feed store and a mill for grinding feed is to be Installed. Ormie Coddard has rented It. Robison's dairy ranch for...

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. — 7 April 1920

Wednesday, April 7, 1020. ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS page three ! JJomesiic Jjcience Department Conducted by Mrs. Belle De Graf Domestic Science Director Sperry Flour C. Mrs. E. E. Morton of Medford Real estate deals reported by was in Ashland yesterday after- the Beaver Realty company that noon visiting with friends. were completed yesterday com- . prise the purchase of the Elmer FRIDAY'S NEWS Ashcraft home at 136 Eigth St. P. S. Eugle is back at his post j by Mrs. Dora Autry, also the festival and institute. Plans are undor way now to make this a great day for Endeavorers. Fur thor announcements will bo made later. today in the Citizens Bank after; property owned by Rev. R. E. j Wilson Wait was in Medford Inexpensive RelUhcs Make Any Meal More Appetizing Dinner, luncheon and supper parties are much Improved by the little extra touch In the way of a severe- bout with acuta indi gestion that laid hiui up for a day or two. Mrs. Oscar Fansteel, who has Dunlap of New -York City which 1 Thu...

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. — 7 April 1920

frAGE win The Social Realm 4, (lllS ll'lllqUI'l. The Loval Ladies Undo CI-SS i ot the Christian church will give a banquet fur the members and prospective meiubers of the cl..s en Friday evening. April 0. Thei Will also he a program. Cinderella Chili Met. Mrs. (loo. II. Johnstone ontei tained the Cinderella ,.u Hull ill her home on (Iranile Kirei - t. Tvhere Hie usual weekly Catherine njoyed a delightful evening. Th- membership list was practically j.resent, and after .-pending seve ral hours playing card-, refresh ments were served. The next meeting will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Slniits on Third street next Mom! i.v eve ning. ? ! llnthday Parly. A charming children's party' Was held at the home of Mrs. A. ,. Irwin on North Main street j Satday afternoon, at which liniej the fifth birthday anniversary of her liltle granddaughter, Lvelvn Kngle, who Willi her mother inj visiling Ashland, was celebrated The little lady was 1 -ss from 2:30 to 4:30 and entertained a number of...

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. — 14 April 1920

Ofon Historical goolat Auditorium OP0i,t7' ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, Al'RIL 14, 1920 NO. 92 VOL.XLIII AVTO CARAVAN MAY BREAKFAST HERE An automobile caravan which will be composed ot more thun 100 cars, carrying approximately four hundred of the leading busi jiess men of the northwest over the Pacific Highway to Stockton find through the Yosemite valley will arrive In Medford und Ash land on the night of May 20, and Jt arrangements can benade, will pat an open-air breakfast in Ash land park. The automohilists will form the most picturesque caravan that lias ever traveled over tho Pacific Jllghway and will be a means of fettlng much national publicity. Jt is planned to have a number of trucks and a detail of men and ufficers from the army accom-i pany the caravan us a recruiting - ,ii ,,.tii ' lllo Hessuins wore wuu bliuud advertisement. An airplune ll,(in(, nlIU,h ,ereKt was nroused fl over the ri.ule and keep in communication with the caravan, by wireless. 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. — 14 April 1920

Wednesday, April 14, 1020 PAGE TWO ASHLAND WEEKLT TIDINGS Published Kvnrv WHiif-sday 1 THE ASHLAND I'KINTI.Vtl CO Bert R. (iiwr. .Editor; (H ill ial m AM) i ntv IWI'Ili. 1J I.I I'liuNK SHIM KII'TlnV IUTES One Year 2.0 Six Months 1 - Throe Months "' AHVEKTIS1; i:TKS i Display Ad .-: I : s :ii"!it pmoIi inch :'"(' Local Readers, the line l'tri Classified Column, the word, each time ' c I.pgal Notices, each time, the line 3 ... I lUtiol i.'l.,., nnanu,l nrni Tl,,,.l . I l'.....l .wl M .. ., ot silky rosy Hurt at the bnm i "" " f"' naimm .ma edRe. Another quaint ribbon coii-i lu uo " i-oiuuieie uwii uuim. emu. reit is a tall narrow turban of A Ter' pleasant afternoon was Trio midnieht b!u satin shaped like a sljeIlt and refreshments served by Miss- Allen. Cossak'g cap which is completely:11- J- D- Whitney, Mrs. A. R. Anthem "Holl the Stone A coiered with wee wifely loops of Kincaid and Francis Howard, way." l,la ivlvet rihhnn In imu- 1 uose present were: new boy Raymond Earl. I.loyd Lac...

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. — 14 April 1920

Wednesday, April 14, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGE TtntEE LOCAL AND PERSONAL mmmtmnmutrnmniimiuumuui WEDNESDAY'S NEWS Harvey W. Roclie died at El Paso, Texas, . Suuday, March 28. Mr. Roche was a former well known railroad man of this sec tion, and was a brother-lu-law of Mrs. Anna Zlgler. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Drown and baby of Dunamuir, Culif., huve come to Ashland to reside. Mr. Jlrown Is a Southern Pacific fire man and has been exchanged to a run out of Ashland which makes this city his starting point. At a meeting of the teachers, Officers and patrons of the Rusch school district held last Saturday, by resolution, the Elementary Educutlonal Uill, carrying a two mill state tax and the Higher Ed ucational Act providing for an additional millage for the higher educational Institutions of the Htate, were approved. A. S. Reed of Golden, Okla., n brother of M. C. Reed of this city, Mrs. Susie L. Allen and G. H. Yeo, who have been numbered among the sick of Ashland, are recovered suffi...

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. — 14 April 1920

Wednesday, AprU 14, 1020 tack loin ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS w LOCAL AND PERSONAL mussntnaatmttiraaantmtmtmn TUESDAY'S XKWS Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1'. Chris tenseu, former well kncwu resi dents of Ashland, who have been living In Moutecc-na, Calif., since leaving here three .' earn ago, have changed their residence to Lin den, Calif., where .Mr. Christ en sen is connected will) Ine Linden Lumber company. Miss Muttie Turner was up from Talent last evening uttendin:; tl.i minstrel show, and spending the night with her aunt, Mit. G-.'ortie-Fobisnn, j J. S. Campbell of Klamath Full; j is in Ashland this week visiting1 bis children, who are making heir home here with Mr. and Mrs. W. McCoy . drove out UUlCUUKnRSKWaaa : ter-in-law of Mayor C. K. Gates. mo lanniies oi J. ci,. inr. her husband, and1 and A. H. Daveuhitl three-weeks-old baby, George ' to the Apple-gate district yesterday Gales, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bert and spent the day picnicking in Greer and family attended the fu- that section. ner...

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. — 21 April 1920

;0a Historical Bodm Auditorium ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1920 NO. 93 BUILDING S OVERALL L B ERIE EX-S MAN DEDICATE LINCOLN MEMORIAL THIS fEAR CALIFORNIA AT POSTOFF CE D Al BRAY to strictly carry out to the let- father, Louis Dennis nnd was an (,.. i ex-servlco man. ',' . ,, The body was brought to Ash- lie, lllO IIIIUC1 niiniTTti, . V'. clerks and citizens of Ashland, pledge ourselves to wear overall suits six days of ! land ami funeral services were I held from Stock's undertaking clothes we now pOBseBS on the seventh, If so desire. We also the week, and I'arlors yesterday afternoon, con- ciucieu oy tiev. w. a neaii ui inu Ashland Christian church. Thej I Louis Morris Schofield, aged 19 D. L. Glenn, who with Mrs.! An over cIub WM lllttugllrut. ". '' Sunday. April 18, at Cl.ni. ha, been spending several n Ua mMllet ,, mornlngi I Bray, where he had ben stricken months at their winter home In ; Wth u uttack of pneumonia ,,, , , ,,, ,.. . ....

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. — 21 April 1920

Woiliicsiliiy, April 21, 1020 rAGE TWO ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1S76 Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLANI? FRINTIN'G CO. Bon R. Greer Editor OFFICIAL CITY AND COVXTV PAPKR. TKLKI'ltOXK 8f SI BSCRIPTIOV One Year Six Mom lis Three Months ADVERTISING RATKS Display Advertisements, inch Loral Readers, the lino t'lassified Column, the word, time I.eeal Notices, each time, line Mrs. Charles Chapman Is on the sick list. The teachers Institute at Tal ent last Saturday was attended by teachers and others from all over the county. The program ren dered by the Talent schol was very much appreciated and many very interesting subjects were dis cussed. Clay Patterson, who has been very ill for Borne time, is not im proving. Mrs. Ira Johnson has been moved from a Medford hospital to ,tlie home of her father, F, E. W. Smith, and is doing nicely. Mrs. Rose was a Medford vis- GOVERNOR AO ( aids ot Thanks Jl.UO Obituaries, the Km- -'! Fraternal orders and societies ...

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. — 21 April 1920

I : 1 Wednesday, APr" 21 ,02 jm8tttttn8iWU!ttUJUUUUWnUttl Mrg. Leo Barker leaves todny 4 LUIAL AU rtlUUML JjSan Pranclsco and otller Cllitor. utmttmttrummmmjimmummua WEDNESDAY'S NEWS Mrs. Walter Everton has gone to Central Point this morning. to attend the funeral of her grand - mother, Mrs. P. B. Wade. Mrs. Wado, who was one of the plo- ' , peers of Oregon, was a very lova- tie character und will be greatly missed. The Billings ugemy reports the, sale of the Marquum one acre . . i,.,i u,n i ! tratc onf Laurel street which has .. teen purcliuseu by K. li. Owen. I ,4 i State Bank Examiners Schramm V. V. Mills of the First National and Adulr of Salem are in Ash Bank lias purchased the Carter- land today making the semi Mct'oy Insurance Agency, and will ! annual examination of the two take possession by May 1. Mr. state banks, the Citizens and State, Mills expects to open an office ot Ashland. In tlio Stale Bank hiulding on the Flazu. I A number of members of Alpha , Chapter, Eastern S...

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. — 21 April 1920

Wednesday, April 21, 1020 PAGE FOtR ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS -U PAN nun i nui i MOT lAI in mil vu RRflWN UIIVIIIl stmmnmtrmmmn LOCAL AND PERSONAL Buuanannaannnawaaaananna TUESDAY'S NEWS Rev. Hoyt, Rev. Koehler and J. M. Ross leave today to attend em Oregon Presbytery which con vene at Grants Pass this even ing. S V. H. SIcNair lias received an appointment from Governor 01 cott to serve as a member of the Mate board of pharmacy. This: appointment will he made to suc-i eeed J. I.ee Ilrown of Marsh- SALEM, Ore., April 20. The liehl, whose lerm expires May 20. i Oregon statutes plainly provide 8 $ for open and closed seasons for tiospel services started last : commercial fishing on the Rogue evening in the Talent Christian j aml unj. attempt of the state! nearest the earth ihurch under direclion of Rev. is, and game commission to ub V. K. Dean of the local church. I rogute or suspend these laws ill Hie t.ospei in Art will lie given compliance with an agreement en- in connection Willi thes...

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. — 28 April 1920

Cr(B Historic! Sooli'r Auditorium ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OKEGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1920 NO. 94 ASHLANDMANHURT BY GAS EXPLOSION Ed Fluckus of Aahlund, who Iiuh been employed in a garage In foul, was quite seriously in jured in a gasoline explosion yes teiduy afternoon, uccordlng to re ports coming from there. Mr. Flnckus wag watching a workman ..1.1... II... ...1.1.1 I nuiuo. u Biinuiiiu, .,,., wniui. , supposed to be empty, when the 1 iuuk exploited, u is siuieu. Air. Flnckus received Injuries to tine! of his arms, the muscles of which! wire torn. From lust rcpons it in learned ho was not injured ns severely us was first feared. MOTIIKItS HELPED IX IIAI1IES' CARE Every Saturday at the Sparta building, Med ford, from 10 a. m. to 4 p. in. the Jeckson county pub lic health nurse will be "on duty" prepared to weigh, meusiire and record any child under seven years of age. Government litera ture will be found ready for dis tribution for any mother who may desire it ...

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. — 28 April 1920

ASHLAND WEEKLY. TIDINGS Wednesday, April 28, 1020 PAfiE TWO V Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1S76 Published Erery Wednesday by THE ASHLAND ' PRINTING CO. Bert R. Orecr Editor j the United States increased only! 95 per cent. On top of this the cost of producing crude oil today is between 100 and 200 per cent more than 10 years ago. A DARK HORSE OFFICIAL CITY AND COV.NTY l'Al'KR. TELEPHONE :! The Non-Partisan League has letn trying for a long time to !,.aiii u foot hold in Oregon but Lus made no headway. It will. however, have one of Its pet SI'HSCRII'TIOX KATES I measures up for the people to One Year J?. 00 vole on, namely, an amendment Six Mouths l.-"' io the constitution limiting the Three Months ' 5 legal vale of interest in the state AltVEItilSlVO RATES J to 4 and 5 per cent. Display Advertisements, e:trh Plate owned banks operated '"l'n ( '""-'jwllh the taxpayers' money aro Local Headers, the line ""'iono of its hobbies and as the 4 Classified Column, the word, e:irhfimi 5 ...

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. — 28 April 1920

L Wednesday, April 28, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGE THREE twrnurnimtw: LOCAL AND PERSONAL 1 umtsnittttmttuttmmmttmmnmtH MONDAY'S NEWS Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Howard re ceived word lately that their son, Harold, who has been critically 111 with appendicitis In Texas, has At the meeting of tlio executive recovered sufficiently to be ubkv board of the Oregon Parent to sit in a wheeled chair, and If i Teeners' association held In Port he continues to Improve will be j land recently, resolutions were ible to walk In a few days. The ( unuiiimously passed endorsing the young man-will come noma as1 four education measures which, if toon as he is able. ; favorably voted, "will admirably provide for the youth of the state. W. H. Brainard, who has been ! These measures are the college treating for rheumatism at Dr. j millage tux, the soldiers' ecluca Huwley's mineral bath Institution,; tional uid, the 2-mlll elementary has returned to Weed much lm- school tux, und the blind school proved in hea...

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. — 28 April 1920

page join ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Wednesday, April 28, 1020 tmmtmattiwi: ij LOCAL AND PERSONAL J TIESDAY'S NEWS .Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Heer, Mrs. Nim Long uud Mrs. Frauk Jonlan liiove down to Rojue River Sun day and spent the uiends. Mrs. Nellie Sheets of Palo Alto, a former well known resident of j Ashland, stopped off over Sunday .NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Carrie A. Cozzens, one of the above named defendants: Notice is hereby given that tliel IN THE NAME OF THE STATE undersigned has been appointed . Of UKhUOA, ou are hereby while on her way home from Seat-'administrator of the estate of El-j summoned and required to appear tie to visit with old-time friends, leu I Wells, deceased, by the and answer the Complaint of the . Countv Court of Jackson County, said plaintiff, in the above entitled Emmett Jarvis and wife of Mc., Oregon, and has qualified All oo, art and c iuse hjch Complaint pel son j having claims against said is on file in the office of the Clerk Cloud, who have been making u e...

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. — 5 May 1920

Auditorium "r, ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1920 NO. 95 NO COUNTY MONEY ID IN BEDFORD ATTORNEY' GENERAL ; DEFINES VOTERS' RIGHT SALEM. Independent or any i other legal voter who In registered or may be registered upon elec tion day, hug a lawful right to 1 vote upon the measures to be sub- I milted at the special election on i WANTS Mm ! (IF SMK J I WWIIWWSbW Owing to the fact that In the! May 21, according to a legal opln cftll for election In the matter of ion given by Attorney General the proposed county bou dissuel Brown, Since the consolidation last year of the Rock Point schools SALVATION ARMY TO SERVE ALL OREGON" I A service born of Service by , men and women whose lives are dedicated to that service, a ser ico not for gain, for It pays Its workers poorly. Is to be placed at the disposal of even the smallest; community iu Oregon through the LIFE OF ML ; CONDITION OF ROADS ! IX WESTERN' OREGON' i Three Rivers Road: Passable, I but rou gi...

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. — 5 May 1920

PAGK iWO ASHLAND WEEKLT TIDINGS Wednesday, May 5, 102(1 Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1S70 Published Kvery Wednesday by THE ASHLAND ri'.INTI.V. I'll. Bert K. Greer. . lMiior OFFICIAL cm n I'.U'LU. cot ty III.IPHOM: ;t!l SI HSI KHTION one Year .six .Months Three .Months KATL'S mi 1. AM Ki:'i'ISI(i 1UTIS Hi spiny Adiefli'enicnts, each inch 30c Loral Headers, the line 1 in ( 'l.issii'ii-il Column, the wind, each time li' Loir.il Nonces, each time, the line 3 1 - it ( aids (if Thanks $1.00 obituaries, the lino 2 ':f Fraternal orders mid societies cliurKiiiK regular initialiun foe and dues, rcaulur rates, lleliraous and benevolent societies will be churned at the Tegular ailverlisini; rale for ail adver tising when an adniirsiou or collection is taken. Knteivd at the Ashland, Oregon, l'osloftiro as second class mail matter. MCCKSSITV WILL 1 Olt i: I ssi i: "Actual hunger may inoe a h.iLe pioporlion of the American I'aiple if conposs dots not do i-uincthini: in readjust agricultural ...

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. — 5 May 1920

VediioNiIny, May 5, 1020 A ' -w The Social Realm Wednesday Club The Wednesday Afternoon Club j was very ploasantly entertuined at; the home of Mrs. W. L. Ma.veyj"lu uasuway, jir. aim .Mm. yesterday afternoon. A luige com-! ''Pl;htel, Mr. and Mrs. V. O. N. pany was present and spent un cn-j Sn:ltl. Sheldon, Misses Clan-1 joyable time with their noedR-1'" Bll1 Annu Kltlin. JoHpliinn IJl- woik, which was Interspersed with: I'"5. May Hadfield, Marguerite- guessing contests of various klmK;am' Cecilo Moore, Esther Inm.in,. Fine refreshments were served, i fiasaway, Alvis Gusuwny, , Mrs. I. D. Leslie, Mrs. C. I,. Loom-; is, Mrs. W. C. Mitchell und Mrs. I W. E. Moor usslstiug the hostess. J I , I'ast Matrons' Club, J The Past Matrons' Clul) of thej O. E. S held its usual monthly meeting at the home of the pres- Ident, Mrs. E. V. Carter on the! Boulevard last evening. At the business meeting three new mem-1 hers were initiated into the club Utter which a social period was spent, during whic...

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. — 5 May 1920

PAGE 10t"R ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Wo.InoMlay, May 5, 1020 9 LOCAL AND PERSONAL 2::K::::::u:u:::::ujJ::::aKu:ta:ui I IIIHAV'S TUEWS Airs. M. E. Fr?ier. who ha 1 pt-n spending the v.intr, in fU jon, Calif., camo t.ome ye ieiii. y iiHii will rrlii.tilt : 1 h'T Inline in Ashland for the inline. Jirs. Fu ller slules Hint llieif is u,i il.ne Aslilund to her. and she is re joicing in lOlfli? h. ili heic uaec afuill. $ S Mrs. II. S. I'almcrieo is j.'i awr from it slight iilladi of till, Willi which she has heen sufforiiiK! lei- I hi' past wocl,. I K. II. llnsli moved this week; Loin t lie hole i' lie occupied mi No: th Alain street to I lie Kiinlos t,,n lesideiire on Church street. Mrs. .1. II. Willirow unil datiuli ler Vera wise Ashland shoppers. Iioin Talent yesterday afternoon. 1 , -i I rof. F. II. Applehoff. former leader of the Ashland hand, who, is now loealed ill Grants I'.iss, ;;i d family, ami will come here to live as soon as the hitler move to their newly purchased residence on M...

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