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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 16 June 1920

Oregon Historical g.. Auditorium ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1920 NO. 101 Commercial Club Outlines Plans for Local Development and wanted the club to give 1275 as its share for the season.' The : club by a practically unanimous rising vote granted the money asked for by Mr. Enders. Xo Cannery This Year BURGLARS ABROAD SAYS PEACE IS AS II HE NIGHT DANGEROUS AS WAR THK 1'ASSIXO OF A SOUTHERN OREGON' PIONEER Martha L. Gillette, whose event ful life came tu a close on the morning of June 5, at the family The first general meeting of tht" ; era readily to the auto camp In; . V. .O. N. Smith, chairman or ; "; that heroic, pioneer race of home- I the cannery committee, stated that Wholesale burglaries were at-1 Elwin Snyder, the Ashland ' builders whose years of labor and the cannery meets with universal tempted in Ashland last night, al- young man who had a miraculous' ministrations of love" lire so wov fuvor with the people here and in though not...

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. — 16 June 1920

Wednesday, Juno lfl, t02Q PAGE TWO ASHLAND WICEKL1 TTDDfGS Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1S76 Published Every Wednesday Jy j , H puner. Mrs. H. T. Elmore,' dance, where the girls and boys! thai is now outlined, the co THE ASHLAND PRINTING CO. I jIrg ' w H. ' McNair, Mrs. C. B. proved to be "just as young as operation of every American Le- Editor Beit R. C.roer. t'&.4V3Ki oeitciai. city and roixTV PAPER. TELEPHONE 811 srnscRiPTiox hates One Year 2- o... n l. 1 2.1 i ...... vice station the Standard Oil corn Three Months a ..,, runv recently erected on Moun- ADXERTISING HATES ain aV(iIuie; Th0. uew district Display Advertisement cacb M Pu,ton , Rose. I.olWadVrs,'the'liue.'..'...10c l'"8 ulrive'1 assumed Classified Column, the word, each control of the business affairs of ,mle lc the plant. Will Holmes fills the Legal Notices, each time, the position of office man, Henry line 3 l-3c pace is warehouse man, and IS. Cants of Thanks $1.1)0 F. Storm will have charge of the Obituari...

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. — 16 June 1920

Wednesday, Juno 10, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGE TimEf LOCAL AND PERSONAL FRIDAY'S NEWS Thomua Swope of Grants Pass cnme to Ashland this week and v.ill be employed on the Pacific highway us truck driver through the summer. Mr. and Mrs. IrvliiK Finley are entertaining Mr. Flnley's huubuml ami sister unci husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon W. Potter of Long Beach, Calif., who are passing through Ashland In the family touring car. Mrs. I. n. Uatcimin has had as her house guest Mrs. Albert Nel son of Dunsmulr for the last few days. ' The Ahslund Daily Vacation llililo school has reached an en rollment four times as lnr(re as oiiKlnally Intended. N'o new scholars can now be received. A commencement will be held June 25. Lynn 1). Mownt came home this morning from Portland where he had been been spending the pasl week. He will return again Mon day with the National Guard mem bers who will uttend the prelimi nary camp of instruction to be held in Camp Lewis, Wash. W. 0. Smith of Klamath Fulls...

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. — 16 June 1920

Wednesday, Juno in, 1020 PAGE FOUR ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS LOCAL AND PERSONAL . SATURDAYS XEWS Mrs. Canfield and little son of, Train are guests of the former's Jmg n Jbg me one ouv parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Robert Gar- irea nbou, six hour8. iuterment ! was made this afternoon in Moun ,. .. t i :, Itain View cemetery. I t.. neeiii:ni unu ,nc Lake City. l"t:ih. sprat a few days in Ashland this week while tour ins through the coast states. While here they ramped in Lithia park and were much pleased with Ashland. . , a i ! .1,1,1 'wards of 50 members live in Y re Air. Enstein of Pt. I.ouis and . . . .. Alls. Vreedman of Kansas City, father and sister of Mrs. Walter MjcAdums, arrived in Ashland this morninn and will make an fn,led Visit at ,,,e lalU"'a 1","le on Cranite street. j The beautiful Ihorouehlired K-ntcli collie Mon. "lVcsy." lie - loiiMing to Kric Woven, was struck l y an interniban jitney yesterday mi North Alain street and was killed. Mr. Weren was driving tit thai section with a...

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. — 23 June 1920

Oregon Historical Society. Auditorium ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1920 .NO. 102 C. C. U GREAT TIME At ROliREK SUSPECTS HELD YESTERDAY PRELIMINARY MEET j HELD IX ASHLAND' (By One of Them.) Night Patrolmno Tom Roberts The detail that attended the picked up two men Saturday even-1 j HONOR ROI.Jj OP I TAX DRIVE MADE , JACKSON COUNTY NEXT MONTH MEN' IX LATE WAR! The following statement is' Is- tued by Collector of Internal Rev- preliminary encampment at Camp Ing answering the description of Tho following "Honor .Roll" of j ef.ue, Milton A. Miller Lewis from the local company, are those wanted at Drain for robbing toys who were killed, or died of I "In this, as in every other sec loud in their praises of their I Mr. 'and Mrs. Taylor Friday 'ulsease In the world war, was fur- tion of the country, there will be SURVEY MADE OK PAY FOR NATIONAL ! TOWER VALLEYj GUARD INCREASED A party from the University ofj Sweeping changes In the regu Oregon geologi...

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. — 23 June 1920

Wednesday, Juno 2:1, 1020 I'AGK TWO ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Published Every Wednesday by 'ivy bank back of the playgrounds. been reached that a live and well; the bottling has only been Iji pro. fen-ss about three days, the com- puny sent an order of 50. cartons yesterday to Crania Pass, and from present Indications will be kept I i,sy filling orders of cartons of i ii i ii r II T; I? ASnldnG fl66My llOlIlfli This is entirely boys' work, and ; managed Sunday school is of more Established 1S76 ; no girls are wanted here. The practical value to u community Utile lads have brought their toy than a church, moribund in every .I..- .....I tl,i.i,U nii.l mil In . relation of life. THE ASHLAND PRiNTIXGm " ' llebau).; h(fV jouns uas cached Bert U. Greer Circuit Conrt J. A. Norris, Cir. court bailiff F. Roy Davis, Clr. court reporter Chus. Adams, Cir. court witness H. Becker, Cir. court witness .Editor nnd getting out ivy shoots, which 'his 86th milestone, and Prof. Gil-1 1 lie mineral water f...

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. — 23 June 1920

WoJncsday, June 21, 1030 PAGE TimE ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS LOCAL AND PERSONAL. WEONESDAY'H NEWS Thomas Martin is making exr: tensive additions and repairs lo ( 1,1, residence on Liberty street. , V).en completed this will be one' ol me snow residences in iiiui part of the city. .' Kaymonu niiunricK oi rori- of Port- land, a cousin of P. S. Engle, spent Monday at tiro home ot the lut- ter In this city. Mrs. J. L. Elliart, .who is In Ashlund from Caldwell, Ida., tliis limnnier with her son, H. H. El hart, Is spending the week at the pome ot mis. w. win on """-; roll street. i Mrs. E. j; Farlow was tukeiii ,,, .. , , ,. ., , ' oulte ill Monday night, ' whlc ne ; ressl ated her removal to a loc 1 hospital, where she will remain for several days under treatment. I I I'OH HALE Ono two-ton White truck, n ! lino mechanical condition, $1750. Terms. Medford Auto Co. 249-31 102-11 4 W. M. Hlbbs. who formerly I conducted the Plaza Market, haB;Is an announcement in today's Issue Informing the pub...

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. — 23 June 1920

rAfiK r'61'R MOXPAY'S NEWS Yeomen Hosts nt Party ti. Dti,;i,r,i nf Ainprirnnltht new Mission play, "Hanging 1 1IC llUlliiim-v', v. ....... v. .., a M,ii in OA, Fel- , i.. n p.i.i.,.. o. nMi,,.. trhiHi w.e 'argelv attended by the mem-1 Jones, the Medical Graduate; Mrs. Lcifi, their friends and families, i Hitchcock, Chinese Woman; Mrs. mnc.iiB was carried on and a Dockery, Japanese; Mrs. Leslie, Kiieral good time was enjoyed nt! Africa; Mrs. Koebler, Korea; Miss tie patheriii';. S Anderson, Philippines; Mrs. Lind- " jsay, Moslem; Miss Hays, India. Sn.aton.Mc.Un Nuptials Tie "dance a the larg63t 'ilie Coos Bay Times contains,0' 'be year. i tl.e lollowing account of a wed-j uini; whic h occurred in Murshfieldj Jpi.e 10 in which a well known tumor Ashland young man was united iii marriage: " f.ltlncy inlm inn inn nf n , . . . ... ' charm nc romance which has, I ln. ..,.,,.1 lliio ritv liuninnintT S(veral'vears ago when the hride!er " "",nde(1 B,ay . in eW was a very young maid, and con ...

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. — 30 June 1920

Oregon Historical Societr. Auditorium ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL. XLIII A8HLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE SO, 1920 NO. 103 Prominent State Editors to Attend Big Celebration GREATPUBLIC MAN EVANGELISTS TO El The following telegram from SPEAKER JULY 4TH BE ATTRACTION Gerard's patriotic address at Ashland during the celebration I A party of young evangelists i f rom the Bible Institute of Los will be the greatest treat ever of-1 Angeles will be In Ashland next feted to a Southern Oregon au- Sunday, July 4, and will have dlence. Ha Is absolutely the best charge of the evening's program MRS. CORDELL LAID Ed Kaiser Indicates that several! man " Amer ' uch j In the Chautauqua building". This TO REST SATURDAY The funeral services of .Mrs. Nannie L. Cordell were held in prominent state editors will ac I company the Gerard party here I for the celebration: j San Francisco, Calif., June 28. "E. T. Staples, Ahsland, Oregon. "Piper has reservation on Ger ard train and will stop. Frank Irvine, bli...

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. — 30 June 1920

Wednesday, Juno 30, 1020 PACK TWO ASttLAXD WEEKLY TtDIXCS Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday hy THE ASHLAND PRINTING CO. Bert R. Greer. . . Editor OFFICIAL tin AND COl.NTY PAPER. TELEPHONE 8 SITWCRIPTION KATES One Year J-fl" Six Months 1-25 Three Months "5 ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertisements, each inch 30c Local Readers, the lino 10c Classified Column, the word, each time 1 Legal Notices, each time, the line 3 l"3c Cards of Thanks. '. $100 Obituaries, the Lite 2".c Fraternal orders nnd societies charging regular initiation tee: and dues, regular rates. Religious and benewiknl societies will he charged at the regular advertising rate for ail adver tising when an admission or collection is taken. Entered at the Ashland. Oregon, Postoffiie as second class mail matter. CELEBRATION NOTES The celebration committee have if cured the services of Fred Siintl fruil lor their street hanging dec orations, and recommend him to the business men and citizens of ...

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. — 30 June 1920

V'ediicfcdiij', Juno 30, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY HDIKGI PAGE TORCT LOCAL AND PERSONAL MONDAY'S NEWS Miss Elsie Churchman left Fri day evening for Sun Francisco to visit for some time. i. Mildred Stevens hits gone to i 11 ll' and Lake counties and north Kogue Kiver to spend several duy J'" California. wlth friends there. Mrs. W. A. Shell, Mrs. 0, H. Johnstone, Mrs, W. M. Umber, Miss Shell and Clyde Torrenee drova to Vreka yesterday and ate dinner In the Yreku auto park. & A handsome sign lias been ercct- ed on the Chautainiua Memorial hull to designate (hut building. Mrs. J. It. Mlly returned borne yesterday morning from San Francisco where she bud been with her husband, who hud received In juries on the railroad some time ago, and was taken to a hospital ior treatment. She reports Mr. Lilly as Improving, but Is still in tho hospital. Miss (ieorgio Coffee canto home from Portland liiHt evening after wli; spend the summer with he' ll fortnight's vacation spent in the, parents in Ashla...

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. — 30 June 1920

i'A;fc pnvn ASTILA?(T) UKEKLt TXDDfOfl Wednesday, June SO, iO'iO LOCAL AND PERSONAL !tect!onery to give it distinctive ness. Miss Myra West will he continued in the employ of the firm. Mr. Jacoby la a recent ar J rival in Ashland and is well pleased with the city. He recent WKIKNESHAY'S XKWS S. H. Moore and wife drove i down from Eugene Monday as'' j ly bought the Orres residence and iuv making a visit at the Dome,, make thi9 hia future nome of Mrs. A. G. McCarthy on North , whiIe ln saskatoon Mr. Jacoby Main street. l'r.u.k II. Rer.l of Tulsa, Okla.. v ho with his family are visiting In Medford, came over to Ashland joslerday and rail.-! at The Tid-int-i otlice. Mr. Heed is a friend di F. H. lirecr of Tulsa, a lirolher ,! H. li. Clel'l. A ? .1 u.l C .W. Watson is in Ash land today from Cold Hill calling his many friends litre. , was engaged in the general mer chandise business, and is still in terested in fanning In that sec tion in connection wilh his brother. hero by automobile, ...

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. — 7 July 1920

Oriioa Historical Bootftr, . Auditorium ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1920 NO. 104 INSTRUCTORS FOR ORGANIZECONTEST LOCAL BALL TEAM CROWD LARGER BILLY SUNDAY MAY AIV10S N1NINGER TABLET FOR DEAD fIREWORKS WERE ....... . i ii linn Ilium Tlllt mm, I rmm r- I 1 o mm ... . . . ....... I I mtm sit i mam, m m ihan lai mm. iu ashjuii: h rami heroes unveiled fine ARRIVING With the children'! contests, The Aslilaud baseball team came DISPLAY It is estimated that a larger; A recent communication from' Anion Niniuger litis just closedl Impressive services mucked the! i-hlun.r. n.,..-,in oii.,.,ti.. whlcil made up a lurge pan oi j uiioiibii wmi colors tiyiug, una. j crown visneu asiiiuiiu yesiemu, . i,r. n line, regional super-; n (leal Willi tun .sinner and Minesl unveiling of the bronze tablet in ended last night in a blaze of the entertainment in the park dur-j mopped up on Yreka ill the final than last year. Notwithstanding : iuiendent of ihe Moody Bible...

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 July 1920

Wednesday, July 7, 10120 PAHU TWO ASITLA5D WEEKLY TTOUfOS Asnldiid Weekly Tidings Established 1S76 l'lihlMicl Eiery Wednesday by TIIK ASIl!.An PRINTING CO. Ik-rt k wr7".7. WItor : was also opened to ex-service men i been moved to the head of the 'under the same conditions. The lakes, Mr. Colver said, while the total registration and filing costs. Industries in New England' are ac 'of the land raiiRes from 45 cents tually closing down now for lack la icr acre. of coal. Farmers also are unable '. to obtain cars to move the residue ii 1 1( hi. mv and corNTV r li'Kit. The Social Realm ti:i.i.i'iiiiM.: ! FRIDAY'S NEWS Quiet, WeridiiiK Improve the swimming facilities there. The owner of the spring, when he discovers the dam, will tear it out, causing the water to recede. This, he claims, is the explanation to the rise and fall of last year's wheat crop at ft of the water in Jackson spring, time when the new crop is coming' This body of water has never been to harvest. Already, he declared...

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 July 1920

AVetlncmln-, July 7, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGE HIRE LOCAL AND PERSONAL FRIDAY'H NKW8 Ming Pool, county dcmoiiat ra tion agent, hug secured Ming Luna of the extension nervlce, u pe- ciulist Id child study, who will bold mens ot apples, showing the ef-jto clear the telephone wires. It facts of the hall. While this will i fell to the ground where it caught not retard their development it fire. The pilot was considerably will spoil them for commercial thnken by the fall, but so far as purposes. According to Mr. Moore, could be learned, was not serious hull fell for about twenty minutes' ly injured. The plane was en during the rain, covering the tlrely consumed, It is stated. L'round about three Inches. All. rtlipr fruit In thai aoptlnn Iq nluai Me nnil Mrs Rlra nml ilimeh- five group gatherings in Jackson' ,, mL ,,.... 1 . . . . , . , Injured. The hail belt of last ; ter, formerly of Bremen, Ind., and IUU... 1IUUI U, IU IU II, VMIIJ will be held at Bollevlew school house, July 15...

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 July 1920

Wednesday, July 7, 1020 PACE FOUR ASHLAND MEEKLY TlDITfOS LOCAL AND PERSONAL .MONDAY'S NEWS li, Hip account of the society Ci.baret given in Tlin Tidings Sal mi!. ,y mention of thf winueis ol ill.' u not were inadvertently Muiticd. These were Mr. and Mrs. IViiinioiil licl.odi of Medford, vim gave a mot attractive, dance H.ii ry Silver of li e Pompadour .ii neral Springs company opened I litliia WiMcr sialimi ill I he Far r.iade permanent. The commit- recently she, attended the Whitney during the war and lifter the Blgn tee will open headquarters Scii- school of dramatic reading in Bos- tug of the armistice, it has heen temher 1 ton. announced by the orerseas depart- a, she is u young woman possess- uient of the V. M. C. A. here. The .Mrs. ('. A. Brown has returned inq versatility as regards liter-1 decoration Is awarded In recogni tor her home in Tillamook aftoi talents, and is charming iiml.tiou of services performed by the n'siiiiij, witlt her parents. .Mi. iHmistically inclined, ...

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 July 1920

Oreron Historical Soclsty A'l -tltni-fum ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1920 NO. 105 Girls' Conference .NORTH MAIN STREET TO UK WIDENED AM) NEW GARAGE WILT HAM FAN'S WORK 1 I P A LOCAL TEAM Ashland ball funs are working: BRniSH GONSU L I'LAXS FOR TENNIS I TOIRNAMENT MADE COMING TO FISH I'mler tlie auspices of the Cliuu- WKLLESLY HEAD f TO VISIT I'. OF O. Mrs. Amy Morris Homans, I. end nf (he nhvsical traininir tauqua Assembly and '', partinent ot Wellesly College, will A m i During the past mouth an en-l te organisation or a uun I JnftC iCl 40CCIlll u'rl"'ise ot va8t ''"I'ortunce to be permanent feature VlCll J JLDl tWsVsJI lH Ashland has in a quiet way been tvom now on through the summer. , I They have secured the services ion so far as the settling of all oi Wayne Barham. one of the I). A. (i. Collie-MacNolll The chilly weather this morn-1 colore, come close to all hearts j preliminary details is con- members of the Barnaul urom- isu cousin ...

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 July 1920

PAUE TWO ASHLAND WEEKLY' TIDINGS Wi'diHKibiy, July 14, I0UO Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND PRINTING CO. Ben ft. Greer. .Editor eminent position In the college this summer, and is making a fine record. which point the work will be pros ecuted. Excavating for the pow er house and the dam at the rap ids is also in progress. A coffer dam will be thrown across the channel u'bove the dam site on I .. .. !..! i : ... . . v. r - nrnnil rlfV Avn IVH VTV uuuru 1U uimiiago Y..IU mi. PAPER! Fay p- Potter by the Rev. B. A. i Finch. A few neighbors and near Potter-Keller. A pretty home wedding took place this morning at 8:30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kel- the dam on that side will be first ler, when their daughter, Leota, ' constructed. Then the water on the south side will be coffer- dammed off when the dum will money and checks. Boro had into midsummer usage, and many come in from the south ou the ti6se ginghams, voiles, and silks mornin...

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 July 1920

WrdnoKiLiy, July II, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TTDHfCS PAGB HIRES LOCAL AND PERSONAL on the highway. Men were clean ing snow from the path leadln down to the luke, and in some KATl'IlDAY'S NEWS 1 1 luces the trail was cut through Mrs. Nellie Conner has sold j the snow eight feet in depth, her bungalow-on Pioneer avenue. recently purchased from Mrs. 0. R' P' Jo,in80 ol l" "ub-treas-Allcn. The sale was made by j ury department of Washington, Mrs. Conner and the purchaser ! C" alld his wife are 8uests of was 0. Severance, a well known;"10 '"' Parents, Rev. and resident of Ashland. j M- William Johnson, and sister, Mrs. J. H. Itobertson, this week. Murk Smith, a passenger brake-1 They are greatly delighted with man running between Ashland Ashland and will remain here for and Ocrber, has been laid up at "bout ten days. his home for the past few days, with a combination of maruriu and Ki'in. I WEDNESDAY'S NEWS It. L. Dorn, a prominent lawyer i of Sun Diego, with his wife and Mr, and Mrs. Slock ...

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 July 1920

A Sltt AND TVEKK1T TTOUfOS Wednesday, July ii, 1020 LOCAL AND PERSONAL L. Myron Boozer of Medford, the retiring moderator, will preach the opening sermon. Represeuta- MOXDAVS NEWS Mr. and .Mrs. T. Milton Taylor of Mt. Vernon, .V. Y, the latter a titter of Rev. J. W. Hoyt, are vis iting at the Hoyt home this week. Mr. Hoyt met Mr. and Mrs. Tay- loi on his war from Spokane and came home with them this morn ii.tr, but will leave this evening fur Eugene to attend the Synod ot Oregon. S $ E. V. Carter, chairman of the fish and game commission of Or egon, has gone to Portland to meet the commission. He expects to he gone for a day or two. Miss Jessie Rose, who is in the government employat the O.A.C., toi.k advantage of the Fourth of ,;ul holidays to spend u couple! stieet. of days in Ashland with her moth er, .Mrs. R. C. Wiley. Yellowstone National Park. Dr. and Mrs. Grant heard of Ashland last summer through the National tives to the Synod from Ashland Editorial association which made w...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
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