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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 3 August 1914

Monday, August 3, 1914 - ASHLAND TIDINGS PAGH nvi To Our Customers Are you allowing thls,Bank to help you in every way it cau? Matters of business are constantly arising which require the advice and opinion of business men.' The officers of this Bank are in a position to help you and shall be glad ro be of service. First National Bank ASHLAND, OKEGOX. Oldest National Sank In Jackson County nxummtiamsttssstttauiKttmttffimt I LOCAL AND PERSONAL I Charles Simons, proprietor of an' hotel at Montague, Cal., accompanied by Engineer Chan Watson, spent Sat urday and Sunday in Ashland. The regular monthly meeting of the Commercial Club will be held tonight at 8 o'clock. Brooms. Ask your dealer for the product of the local factory. 87-tf Henry Galey left Thursday for Eu sene. Phone news items to the Tidings. James Lowe sold his Emigrant creek ranch through McWilliams & Edgington. The price was $4,800. Mr. Felgh of Nebraska was the pur chaser. Edwin P. Houges will leave town again Wednesda...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 3 August 1914

S. Monday, August 3, 1914 r MiK six A8ITLAND TIDINGS FLIGHT OF A COMET Its Wild Race Through Space and the Speed It Attains. CRASHING INTO THE EARTH. What the Result Would Be if One of These Light but Massive Wanderers of the Sky Were to Swing Into a Head-on Collision With Our Planet. A large part of the fear that great comets liave always inspired is due to aa instinctive dreatf of their tremen dous power, for evil. They look like besoms of destruction, and those who know not hint' about astronomy uccept them at their apparent face value. And. iu truth, if they could come within hitting distance of the earth they would do an enormous amount of damage, and some of them might be capable of putting the earth tempora rily out of commission as an inhabited globe. The terror that was aroused In many quarters by Ualley's comet iu 1910 is are to recur on the appearance of any new comet, so that it Is worth while to consider what an evilly disposed comet could do to the earth if It got a ch...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 3 August 1914

Monday, Angnst 3, 1014 ASHLAND TIDINGS PAGE SEVin ff ft ttf f H ! M I i i FLINGING THE CHAKRI. MULTIPLE PERSONALITY. I The Sanitarium I DR. JARVIS flshland, I! J! Mrs. Margaret I i ! l'tVil.yl.l,4ii4 i 4 DR. W. EARL BLAKB DENTIST Tint National Bank Bid., Suite 9 and 10. Entrance First Ave. Phones: Office, 109; Res., 230-J. DR. J. E. ENDELMAN DENTIST Citizens Banking & Trust Co. BIdg Suite 3 & 4 ASHLAND, ORE. G. W. GREGG, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office: Payne Building. Phone 69. Residence: 216 Weightman Street. Residence phone 222-R. Office hours: 9 to 12a. m., 2 to 6 p. m. Calls answered day or night. DR. D. M. BROWER, GENERAL PRACTITIONER. Residence, 216 Factory St. Phone 2 4 7-J. DRS. SAWYER AND KAMMERER. The only Osteopathic Physicians in town. Women's and Children's Diseases a Specialty. Pioneer BIdg. Phones: Office. 208; Res., 242-R. Massage, Electric Light Baths, Elec tricity. JULIA R. McQUILKIN, SL'PERINTENDKNT. PAYNE BLDG. Telephone SOO-J. Every day excepting Sun...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 3 August 1914

rUB RIGHT GRANDEUR IN GLACIERS. Tha Alpina-lik Scenary In Mount Rai nier National Park. moum naimer National park is sit uated In western Washington, about fifty -six miles soutbeust of the city of Twomiu It bus an area of 207.300 ores and comprises Mount Rainier ana ail Its approaches. Including one ' of the largest glacier systems In the world radiating from any single peak. Surrounding the mountain are beau tiful forests of flr and cedar, and In the toatural parks below the snow line are luxuriant Holds of wild flowers of all colors and descriptions. The lower al ' titudes of the park are densely tim bered with flr. cedar, hemlock, maple, alderj cotton wood and spruce." The forested areas, extending to an alti tude of about flXilK) feet, gradually de crease In density of growth after an altitude of 4.00 feet Is reached, and ' htvft I J 1 - - I uir uiku. in 1 1 . 1 1 1 iiMi iiq run u'niin rnn glacial canyons present Incomparable scenes of diversified beauties, seeming ly arranged ...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 6 August 1914

107 flveoad ft. Oregon spends $5,269,000 annual ly on common schools. ' Untrained teachers mean Inefficient, wasteful spending of these taxpayers' millions. Vote for Southern Oregon State Nor mal School. May we not be prtnU off Oregon? Oregon 1b the only state in the' Colon that ever reduced the number of lta normal schools. VOL. XXXIX ASHLAND. OREGON, TH UKSl 'AY, A I GUST G 1914 NUMBhK 21 Government to Develop American -Scenery to Keep Tourists' Money Germans Defeated on Both Land and Sea No Hope Held Out for Mrs. Woodrow Wilson ASHLAND DINGS Mark Daniels, general superin tendent and landscape engineer of Ike national parks, was the guest of j Ashland yesterday. He was making an inspection of the national parks in the west, having returned from Cra ter Lake Tuesday night. He was a guest at a luncheon by the Com mercial Club at the Hotel Oregon, -where about a dozen of Ashland boosters met him and discussed the needs of southern Oregon along scenic development lines. Mr. Dan iels i...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 6 August 1914

eAUK two ASHLAM). TIDINGS 7? r Ashland Tidings SEMI-WEEKLY. ESTABLISHED 1878. Issued Mondays and Thursdays Bert R. Greer, . Editor and Owner Chas. P. Greer, Mgr. and City Editor Would you dare to have your wife peer behind your mask? Would you dare to give yonr friends a look at your real self? Perhaps you censured the wife of that New York chemist who deserted him tn o aftap en arwfYant Tin1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. " " "J " ' " . ,., One Year $2.00 . . Six Months 1.00 j 0mg- Three Months 50 Two years ago there was an explo- Payable in Advance. jsion in his laboratory. Burning acid ' was thrown into his face. It burned J and seared. There were weeks in : j hospitals with bandages. Life re Advertising rates on application. ! , M . . . A . M First-class job printing facilities. I niained- but even the doctors shud- Equiptnents second to none in the ' dered as they looked on the ravages DO YOU WEAR A MASK? TELEPHONE 39 The Home Circle rhouRhta from the Editorial Pes jj FOREIGN WATERING RES...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 6 August 1914

Thnrsday, August 6, 1914 ; A8HLAM) T1DIWU8 " PAUK THK ZZZHZ I rmi Mia - mm i !ZZZ " " ' ' i ' ' " " For Sale Homes with moderate houses on email tracts and lots. . We can give terms on all of them. One acre of ground, part full-bearing fruit and berries. About one half in garden tract, and as fine gar den land as exists. House- of 8 rooms and bath, woodshed. This is within a 15-minute walk from postoffice and is adjacent to City Park. Price $2,600. Five-room house with basement, 3 blocks from business street. Loca tion ideal. Good barn and lots of fruit and berries. Grounds 100x173 Price 12.500. One and one-quarter acres of good land, 4-room house and one smaller house, barn and woodhouse. Price 42,000. Lot with 50-foot frontage on paved street, 200 feet deep; house of 7 rooms, bath, pantry and screened porch; all furnishings. Price $2,500 A 5-room house (bungalow), never keen occupied; strictly modern throughout; lot about 45x90. Price 42,400. An 8-room house on a 2-acre tract with...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 6 August 1914

1 Fashion Hints for 1 Fan and Winter; Vining Theatre Thursday and Friday, Aug. 6 and 7 "THE TRIUMPH OF AN EMPEROR" la Hoc Signo Vinces By This Sign You Will Conqner A Stupendous Production in 5 Acts 1000 PEOPLE-500 HORSES cf ta r.irrv t;r. wv.rxis tne .-e v iii.. wisci' n.rij tlt tTzz2.i w L.:l-e T 19 x.s ;ci.c.. Ti trtjlis cf s-3 sicrt oaa Ely cow tioce . ... i-iwe- -. . - - '""7'"' , ?'- V i ..... -.-- "---i wri...il j I . .... .. .. to tr is t! if tie tai: er ci:s M Fl-o count 7 iix, i r.acioo NAILING OLD GLORY TO MAST ABOVE GOLDEN GATE AT T FIB otrfriiph b'w Mi . "I'll iv yry'-r-f " I 9 I in the Social Realm "H I Illllt cp Jit55r rifr. Xt. tri Yt. J. V. Fcrtr.an of Cze4, v.'a ar K'tii at the UUy of a i Mm. lMjiienM. Mr. K. fl. Kno Ia lcn;rovlng from h.r fcT.rj IliufM which hax kept hpr friend In doubt of h;r recovery for tome time. Mr. K. FT. Chamber and daughter Aa of Corwlth, Iowa, are the Ruents of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gowdy for a few days while on an extended trip to the Pacif...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 6 August 1914

Tbarndoy, August 0. 1914 ASHLAND TIDINGS PAGE nVft Difficult Decision We do not know everything, but years of banking enable us to give you the benefit of our experience, which no doubt will help you In ar riving at a decision in any business matter. This is one of the cervices we ren der our customers without charge. First National Bank ASHLAND, OREGON. Oldest National Bank In Jackson County Do Not Km Dogs, Great New Book : But Confine Them LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Pratt left this week for the Applegate country, where they will spend a month. We can make that old suit look like new. Abbott & McDaniel, End ers block. It W. P. Edris, ex-postmaster of Spo kane, was in Ashland this week. Pearl union suits for children at the Ashland Trading Co. H. N. Walten of Denver stopped in Ashland this week. , Phone news items to the Tidings. M. K. McLeod of The Dalles, Ore., who came to attend the funeral of bis brother, the late Alex McLeod, ieft for his home Monday evening. Mrs...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 6 August 1914

rAUR SIX ASHLAND TIDINGS Thursday, An gnat 6, 1914 10. 11. 12. 13. H. 15. 1C. 10. 11. 12. 13. Children's Industrial Fair Premiums, 1914 The lair will be held during the first week of September, 1914, at some convenient point to be deter mined upon by the committee. The purpose of the fair ia to exhibit the ork done by the young people of Ashlnnd. It is hoped that the parents and the citizens will give this move ment their heartiest support. To make this work a success the co-operation of all parties is desired. For the product to be eligible in the competition it must be the work of the children, not the grownups. So those in charge are asking that parents and guardians lend their hearty support to the -movement and that they Insist on the work being done by those competing, otherwise the whole effort is of no service. NKKDIiKWOUK. Class A. 1. One-pieco wash dress. First prize $1, second 00c. 2. Embroidered nightgown. First prize 75c, second 25c. 3. Embroidered corset cover. First p...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 6 August 1914

, Thursday, August 6, 1914 AMHLAND TLMNUM V Hill iff inutHlliiiiiimtiiti"--- ft 8 The Sanitarium 1 DR. JARVIS T' ' T' ' T' T' ' 4" 4' Ashland, Mrs. Margaret Only Graduate ,T..t.,r.,t..t.jij.j. j i i-i. j . i . i DR. W. EARL BLAKK DENTIST Unt National Bank Bld&., Suite 9 and 10. Entrance First Ave. Phones: Office, 100; Res., 230-J. DR. J. E. EXDELMAN DENTIST Citizens Banking & Trust Co. Bldg Suite 8 & 4 ASHLAND, ORE. O. W. GREGG. M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office: Payne Building. Phone 69. Residence: 216 Weigh tman Street. Residence phone 222-R. Office hours: 9 to 12a. tu., 2 to 6 p. m. Calls answered day or night. DR. D. M. B ROWER, GENERAL PRACTITIONER. Residence, 216 Factory St Phone 247-J. DBS. SAWYER AND HAMMERER, The only Osteopathic Physicians in town. Women's and Children's Diseases a , , Specialty. Pioneer Bldg. Phones: Office, 208; Res., 242-R. MaNage, Electric Light Baths, Elec tricity. JULIA R. McQUILKIN, SUPERINTENDENT. PAYNE BLDG. Telephone 306-J. Every day...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 6 August 1914

rAUB EIGHT ASHLAND TIDINGS Thursday, Angnst 6, 1014 Drinks You Will Lnjoy - A change of beverage -j a rom time to time is enjoy- 1.1 r i 11 e and benenciai as wen. Tliere is health in every cup of our Cocoa or Chocolate. Children thrive on them because they ere nourishing. Grown folks like them be cause of their delicious flavor. We watch with exceeding care the quality of our Coffees. Teas. Cocoas and Chocolates. Purer goods than we sell cannot be had. Do Your Marketing Here Every Day PLAZA GROCERY WEAVER & SAMS, Opposite Plaza Telephone 78 Dental Laws To be Discussed Week's Vacation On Full Pay City council met in regular month ly session Tuesday evening with all members present. On motion of Councilman Cunning ham city employes who have served one year or more will hereafter be given a ten-day vacation on pay an nually. Complaint came in signed by Mrs. August Schuerman in regard to un sanitary condition of lots on First street between her home and the Beaver block. The matter...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 10 August 1914

Orvcoa Historical Boslsty, 207 Bvcond ft. Oregon Bpends $5,269,000 annual ly on common schools. Untrained, teachers mean inefficient, wasteful spending of these taxpayers' millions. Vote for Southern Oregon State Nor mal School. ASHLAI May we not be prod of Oregon? Oregon Is the only state in the Union that ever reduced the number of its normal schools. VOL. XXXIX ASHLAND. ()KK(i()N. MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1914 NUMBER 22 H'D Funeral Services of Mrs. Wilson Are Held This Afternoon The funeral service of Mrs. Wood row Wilson, who died at 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon, are being held at the White House this afternoon. They are very private, only the mem bers of the cabinet, committees from the two houses of congress and a few very intimate friends being present besides the family. A Saturday dis patch from Washington says: Washington, Aug. 8. The nation, represented by committees from the senate and house, will pay its finat tribute to Mrs. Wilson, wife of the president, at private services...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 10 August 1914

eK two AHHLAN1) TIDINGS Monday, An gust 10, 1014 Ashland Tidings SEMI-WEEKLY. ESTABLISHED 1876. Issued Mondays and Thursdays Bert It. Greer, - Editor and Owner Chas. P. Greer, Mgr. and City Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 50 Payable in Advance. TELEPHONE 39 Advertising rates on application. First-class job printing facilities. Equipments second to none in the Interior. No subscriptions for less than three months. All subscriptions dropped at expiration unless renewal is received. In ordering changes of the paper always give the old street address or postoffice as well as the new. Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postoffice as second-class mail mat ter. Ashland, Ore., Monday, Aug. 10, 'II NEW VALUE OF HUMAN LIFE. "THE BABY CROP.' The value of life has fluctuated greatly in the different periods of the world's history. To the Spartans life was cheap. The highest duty was to be a soldier; the greatest hon or was to give away a life for the state. N...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 10 August 1914

ASHLAND TIDINGS PAGE THKU For Sale Homes with moderate houses on small tracts and lots. Y.'o can give terms on all of them. One acre of ground, part full-bearing fruit and berries. About one half in garden tract, and as fine gar den land as exists. House of 8 rooms and bath, woodshed. This is within a 15-minute wall; from poutoffice and Is adjacent to City Park. Frice 42,600. Fiie Blight to Be Eradicated Talent 7 Five-room house with basement, 3 blocks from business street. Loca tion ideal. Good barn and lots of fruit and berries. Grounds 100x173. Price $2,500. One and one-quarter acres of good land, 4-rooni house and one smaller bouse, barn and woodhouse. Price $2,000. Lot with 50-foot frontage on paved street, 200 feet deep; house of 7 rooms, bath, pantry and screened porch; all furnishings. Price $2,500. A 5-room house (bungalow), never been occupied; strictly modern throughout; lot about 45x90. Price $2,400. An 8-room house on a 2-acre tract within 5 blocks of business, about 2 ...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 10 August 1914

PAGE FOUR ASHLAND TIDINGS Monday, August 10, 1914 Minimum i In the Social Realm I il 1 J J J J. ill A Ai AAilAI rVTTTTTTT I TTI I 1 in Mrs. Henry Provost was in Med- ford Friday visiting friends. i'eal S'ninii cpont the week-end at the Darrett ranch near Kingsbury springs. William D. Hodgson and his daugh ters, Marion and Margaret, were vis itors in Roseburg last week. Miss Krma Dyer returned a few days ago from spending several weeks at Medford with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Kellogg and Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Dodson have gone to Carson City for a month's outing. Alex Sondheimer of Muskogee, Okla., arrived in the city Sunday to join his wife and sister. They will remain the rest of the summer here. Mrs. Lulu Hhaumlafell of Sacra mento is in Ashland to visit with Mrs. J. K. Van Sant for the sum mer. Mrs. Van Sant will arrive from Fortland and Newport this week. Mrs. A. E. Griffin avid son Ber nard of Visalia, Cal., are visiting Mrs. J. V. O. Gregory. They aro cousins of Mrs. Gregory ...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 10 August 1914

Monday, August 10, 1914 ASHLAND TIDINGS PAGE FIV1 For Your Protection Have you noticed how careful the employes of this Bank are in regard to every transaction you have with them? That is for your protection. The same care is exercised in every case, and you may rest assured that any business entrusted to our care will be most carefully handled. First National Bank ASHLAND, OIIEGOX. Oldest National Bank in Jackson County ::n:::::::u:::::::K:a:n::::n::nuunn LOCAL AND PERSONAL tinn;:;:;:nt;;:::nau;:;t;;;;:;n::nnnnuH H. G. Enders has placed seats Along the walk on the north side of Main street between the Star theatre and the Swedenburg building. The teats bear an advertising legend and are well patronized evenings. Mrs. O. W. Dunford, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Boyd, on Alida street, returned to Jacksonville the first of the wee)' Get milk in time for meals from the Telephone Dairy. Sander & San der. 19-4t Victor L. Holt, formerly of Tal ent, passed through Ashland Thu...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 10 August 1914

rAUK six ASHLAND TIDINGS Monday, August 10, 191 1 Children's Industrial Fair Premiums, 1914 The fair will ho held during the first week of September, 1914, at some convenient point to be deter mined upon by the committee. The purpose of the fair is to exhibit the work done by the young people of Ashland. It is hoped that the parents and the citizetiB will give this move ment their heartiest support. To make this work a success the co-operation of all parties is desired. For the product to be eligible in the competition it must be the work nt the children, not the grownups. So those in charge are asking that parents and guardians lend their hearty support to the movement and that they insist on the work being done by those competing, otherwise the whole effort is of no service. NEEDLEWORK. Class A. 1. One-piece wash dress. First prize $1, second 50c. 2. Embroidered nightgown. First prize 75c, second 25c. 3. Embroidered corset cover. First prize 50c, second 25c. 4. Sofa pillows. a. Em...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 10 August 1914

Monday, August 10, 1014 AMHLANIJ TIDINGS PA UK 8KVEI i t i I f iiii The Sanitarium DR. JARVIS flshland, Mrs. Margaret Only Graduate Nurses Employed I fiitAI m m m mm DR. W. EARL BLAKK DENTIST Klnt National Bank Bids., Suite 9 and 10. Entrance First Ave. Phones: Office, 100; Res., 230-J. DR. J. E. ENDELMAN DENTIST Citizens Banking & Trust Co. Bldg Suite 3 & 4 ASHLAND, ORE. O. W. GREGG, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office: Payne Building. Phone 69. Residence: 216 Welghtman Street. Residence phone 222-R. Office hours: 9 to 12a. m., 2 to 6 p. m. Calls answered day or night. DR. D. M. B ROWER, GENERAL PRACTITIONER. Residence, 216 Factory St. Phone 247-J. DRS." SAWYER AND KAMMERER, The only Osteopathic Physicians in town. Women's and Children's Diseases a Specialty. Pioneer Bldg. Phones: Office. 208; Res., 242-R. MaHMge, Electric Light Baths, Elec tricity. JULIA R. McQUILKIX, SUPERINTENDENT. PAYNE BLDG. Telephone 300-J. Every day excepting Sunday. Dr. R. P. Bradford and Wife, "KI-R...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 10 August 1914

... r eAUB EIGHT ASHLAND TIDINGS Monday, AnguM 10. 1M4 CHILDREN'S TEETH. ' ft Wf-pTj Photo copy light, 1914, by Panama-Pacific International Exposition Co. U. S. Crocker Co., official photographers. THE FIVE ACRE CALIFORNIA HOST BUILDING AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPOSITION. c ALIFORNIA, as host to the world. Is erecting a vast palace In which elaborate entertainments will he given during the Panama-Pacific International Exposition at San Francisco. The building, whi'h. with Its furnishings, will cost $500,000. will be constructed In Mission style of architecture. Besides being a center of social and ollicial activities, it will house a wealth of exhibits. Shriners Parade At Roseburg The Ashland Shriners,, who have been in Roseburg since Friday, have had a very enjoyable convention in that town. Saturday they gave a street parade and. drill, and excited much praise from Roseburgers. Much entertainment was provided for the Ashland guests by their Roseburg friends. In the evening several ...

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