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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 13 August 1914

trcoa Historical Boefetr, 207 Second St. Oregon spends 15,269,000 annual ly on common schools. Untrained teachers mean inefficient, wasteful spending of these taxpayers' millions. Vote for Southern Oregon State Nor mal School. TPT TV -T- X-Vt Sd May we not be proud of Oregon? Oregon' is the only state in the Union that ever reduced the number of Its normal schools. VOL. XXXIX ASHLAND. OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1914 NUMBER 23 x4.SHLANB German View Of Present War Many German-Americans resent the charge that Germany is the aggressor in the present war, and the Westlich Post, a leading German American paper published at St. Louis, in discussing the matter edi torially says: "What has been expected, and at the same time doubted by every one for a week, has finally come to pass the Europen war is now a reality. "In deplorable misconstruction of facts and circumstances, the Ameri can press has on many occasions des ignated the German empire, and es pecially the German emperor, as the di...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 13 August 1914

Thursday, Attgt IS, 1914 ASHLAND TIDINGS TMttt TWO Ashland Tidings SEMI-WEEKLY. ESTABLISHED 187. Issaed Mondays and Thnrsdays Bert R. Greer, Editor and Owner Cfaaa. P. Greer, Mgr. and City Editor SUBSCRIPTION' BATES. 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 tbret 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 tar u Ashland, Ore., Thursday, Aug. 13, '14 SAFETY IX THE STREETS. HOW ABOUT SPO PEE'S LOST LIFE? Spo Pee, the Indian, was impris oned for 34 years. He was pardoned as an act of grace, by the president of the United States. But what shall we do about this man's lost life? For as a matter of fact we put...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 13 August 1914

Thursday, August 13, 1914 AHHLAMU TIDINUH tAUK THK For Sale Homes with moderate houses on small tracts and lots. We can give terms on all of them. One acre of around, part full-bear ing 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. Frice $2,600. Tax Commission Gives Opinion Five-room house with basement, 3 blocks from business street. Loca tion ideal. Good barn and lots of fruit and berries. Grounds 100x173. Price J2.500. One and one-quarter acres of good land, 4-room house and one smaller house, 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 fceen occupied; strictly modern throughout: lot about 45x90. Price $2,400. An 8-room house on a 2-acre tract -within 5 blocks of bu...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 13 August 1914

ASHLAND TIDINGS Tharwlay, August 13, 1914 PAGE FOUR MMIHIIIIIllimilMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIHM a. w In the Social Realm H 1 1 1 1 1 1 M I III H 1 1 1 H II 1 1 Invitations are out for a shower j rich presents as will be useful in the to be given Miss Edith Fish at her home near Phoenix, Friday evening. Many of her Ashland friends will attend. Miss Cherry Starkey, Miss Olive Thorn and William Briggs were guests at a dinner party given in honor of R. L. Burdic, Jr., by his sister, -Miss Hope Burdic, at their residence Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. The table was rendered beautiful with a large bowl of nas turtiums placed in the middle. Count less viands were in abundance, and the guests certainly enjoyed the din ner to its utmost. Kisctnlian I'icnir. The members of the Episcopal church and Sunday school picnicked in Helman's park Wednesday. All cathered in the beautiful grove at about 9 o'clock in the morning and did not leave until about the same hour in the evening. About eighty folly ...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 13 August 1914

Thursday, August 13, 1014 ISm.l vn imniviu " " " "" PAQB FIT! m mm . a I t r ... f """ ' "" - - - 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. Firs National Bank ASHLAND, OREGO.V. Oldest National Sank in Jackson County rtttffiffltTttttt?! H LOCAL AND PERSONAL Tom Horton, a brother of Mrs. E. E. Miller, returned Saturday evening from California, where he has been the past three years. He says he covered most of the state of Califor nia while away and seems well satis fied to get back to Ashland. C. M. Thomas of Talent and a party of friends, including a brother from Omaha, were up Monday even ing and enjoyed a swim at the Hel man baths. Our last shipments of ladies fall suits and coats are beginning to arrive. Look them over early. H. ...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 13 August 1914

-MlK HI A AHHLAND T1D1NGH Thursday, August 13, 1914 Doughnuts That will remain moist. Every housewife who bakes her own tiread knows that if a little potato is added to the sponge, the bread will not dry out as quickly. In this recipe potato is utilized lo make doughnuts that will remain moist and fresh for several days. K C will be found to have distinct ad vantages over any other Baking Powder for doughnuts. K C is a double acting baking powder with which a large batch of idonghiiuts may be mixed and fried a few at a time. The last will be as light and nice as the first K C Potato Doughnuts By Mrs. Nevada Briggs, of Baking School fame. Scup8 flour- Zcggs; 1 cvp tfugar; A level teaspoonfulg J Clinking Powder; i tea spoonful salt; J teaspoonful mace; 1 cup cold mashed jxitato-1 cup milk, or 7wre V ceaca. Sift three times, the flour, salt, spice and taking Powder. Beat egfrs with rotary lieater, then still using rotary beater, grad ually add sugar, then work in the mashed potato with...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 13 August 1914

Thursday, Angnst 13, 1914 AHLA.D TIDINUM PAGE tHCKH If The Sanitarium 1 tt DR. JARVIS Ashland, Mrs. Margaret I Only Graduate DR. W. EARL BLAKE DENTIST int National Bank Bldg., Suite 9 and 10. Entrance First Ave. Phones: Office, 100; Res., 230-J. DR. J. E. ENDELMAN DENTIST lltlxens Banking & Trust Co. BIdg Suite 8 & 4 ASHLAND, ORE. G. 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 5 p. m. Calls answered day or night DR. D. M. GROWER, GENERAL PRACTITIONER. Residence, 216 Factory St. Phone 2 4 7-J. DKS. 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 U age. Electric Light Baths, Elec tricity. JULIA R. McQUILKIN, SUPERINTENDENT. PAYNE BLDG. Telephone 300-J. (Svery day excepting Sunday. Dr. R. P. Bradford and Wife. , "KI-RO-PRAK-TORS" Chronic cases our specialty. C...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 13 August 1914

r AGS EIGHT ASHLAND TIDINGS The Best Fed are Healthiest and Happiest "ISJOTABLY so when the element of expense is entirely eliminated. TKis feature has always been a cardinal principle with us. No one lives tetter for less money than our customers. When you buy here, you can depend ufxn our giving you just whet you ask lor, and you can rest assured that what we do give you is good. Come in and see why we hold customers and please new ones. It's the high quality and the low prices that do it. PLAZA GROCERY WEAVER & SAMS, Opposite Plaza Telephone 78 U. S. Engineers Inspect Harbor The Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors working under direc tion of the War Department of the United States Government will prob ably vi6it Ashland between the twen tieth and the twenty-fifth of August. They will at that time be on the Pa cific Coast to look into the matter of building a harbor at Crescent City California that would serve the whole of Southern Oregon. These distinguished officials h...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 17 August 1914

07 Bmod4 St &SHLAND Oregon spendB 5,269,000 annual If ; on common schools. Untrained teachers mean inefficient, wasteful spending of these taxpayers' millions. Vote for Southern Oregon State Nor mal School. IDE May we not be proud of Oregon? Oregon Is the only state in the? In Ion that ever reduced tire number of its normal schools. VOL. XXXIX ASHLAND. OREGON, MONDAY,-AUGUST 17, 1914 NUMBER 24 Defective Wiring Causes Few Fires A group of electricians, including Messrs. Paul and Helleln of Medford, were in the store of the Jordan Elec trical Company Friday forenoon and the discussion turned upon the fire in the Divet residence the night be fore, one remarking that this was one unexplained fire which could not be charged to defective wiring, there be ing no electric wires within about a block of there. They were a unit in declaring that the number of fires charged to defective wiring was by far greater than the number of fires so caused. If there was no known cause it was, they de...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 17 August 1914

eAUB TWO ASHLAND TIDINGS Ashland Tidings SEMI-WEEKLY. ESTABLISHED 1876. Issued Mondays and Thursdays Bert R. Greer, - Editor and Owner Cbaa. F. Greer, Mgr. and City Editor SUBSCKIPTIOX RATES. One Tear 12 00 BU Months 100 Three Months 50 Payable in Advance. J. Ham Lewis to challenge to mortal combat the president of the Diamond Dye Works because Ham's whiskers are said to resemble the aurora bore alls. Russia, Germany, France, Austria, Servia, England and maybe before it is over all the powers of the earth engaging in mortal combat; spend ing millions of treasure; spilling oceans of blood; filling the land with woe and sorrow and all for what? Nothing except to gratify a little pride; a little vanity Bimply the strutting of a vain and pompous ruler who imagines that because he has under his control a few million hu man beings, he can sacrifice them to give his country a little more terri tory, or humiliate, or subject to shame a nation that he doesn't par ticularly fancy. Tlitn I .. ...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 17 August 1914

Monday, Augnsi IT, 1914 ASHLAND TIDINGS PAGB TEOUOI For Sale Homes with moderate houses on email tracts and lots. Vo can give terms on all of them. One acre of ground, part full-bear ing 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 $2,500. One and one-quarter acres of good land, 4-room house and one smaller house, barn and woodhouse. Price $2,000. Lot with 50-foot frontage on paved street, 200 feet deep; bouse of rooms, bath, nantry 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 V4 blocks to East ...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 17 August 1914

fAUK POCR iaHLA.N1 TIDINGS Monday, A u gnat 17. 1914 MM t ! 4HHt4MI II n i7?e Soca Ream H 4f I 4 I 1 1 How WoQLn Original"!. According to a Hindu lsend, this r the proper origin of woman: Twathtri. t!i od Vulcan of the Hindu mythology, created the world. Hut on his commencing to create OTTian he discovered that with man lie had t -xhaunted all bis creative ma-ferijil-.i, and that not one solid ele ment had been left. Thi, of course, greatly p'-rplexed Twaslitri and caused him to fall into a profound meditation. When he arohe from it he proi'-edoj as follows: He took the roundness of il.e moon, the undu lating curve of the serpent, the graceful twist of the creeping plant, the litfit shivering of the grans blade :ind the tlenderness of the willow, the velvety s-oftnexs of the flowers, the liRhtneps of the leather, the gentle Faze of the doe, the frolicsomeness of the dancing Kiinbeam, the tears of the cloud, the timidness of the hare, the vanity of the peacock, the hard ness of the d...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 17 August 1914

Monday. AngOBt 17. 1914 AHHliANU TlDIMUh CAGE FTVk Greater Convenience Less Cost The Bank Draft Is the most con venient way of sending money through the mail and it costs less than any other method. Besides, it is absolutely safe. We sell drafts payable in all parts wf the world. First National Bank ASHLAND, OREGON. Oldest National Bank in Jackson County 8 LOCAL AND PERSONAL us::ua:::nun::::::u:unnn:n:unnnnii Brooms. Ask your dealer for the product of the local factory. 87-tf Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Smith of Ban Francisco are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lawrence of Buckuorn Lodge. J. M. Lawrence has imported a Japanese cook from San Francisco for Buckhorn Lodge and his many friends think themselves especially fortunate to receive an invitation to rusticate at that charming retreat. E. E. Bagiey is back from a flying trip to Alaska. He was only gone a tew weeks. Giy Good has associated himself with his father in the transfer busi ness and is now driving the big motor truck. Raymond V. Th...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 17 August 1914

rAos six ASHLAND TIDINGS Monday, Anguflt IT, 1914 THE LIFE CAREER "Schooling In youth ahoutd InTmrUbly be 4trerted to prepare a person in the beat war for the bent permanent occupation for which be U capable.'' President C. W. KlioL This is the Mission of tha OREGON AGRiCULTURALCOLLEGE Forty.sixth School Year Opens SEPTEMBER 18th, 1914 Write for illustrated loo-page Book let, "THE LIFE CAREER,' and tor Cata log containing full information. Degree Courses AGRICULTURE : Agronomy, Animal Husbandry, DairyHus bandrv, Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture." Agriculture for Teachers. HOkESTRV, Logging Engineering, home eco nomics: DomesticScience, Domestic Art, ENGINEERING: Electrical, Irrigation, Highway, Mechanical, Chemical, Mining. Ceramics. COMMERCE. PHARMACY. Industrial arts. Vocational (7ow-Agriculture, Dairy ing, Home Makers' Course, Industrial Arts, Forestry, Business Short Course. School of Mudc Piano, String, Band, Voice Culture. Farmers Btuiness Course by Mail Free. Addict TUB RHGIST...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 17 August 1914

Monday, August 17, 1014 ASHLAND TIDINGS 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 I The Sanitarium DR. JARVI9 flshland, Mrs. Margaret 8 Only Graduate 4H-4"H"H"1"1"H'4"! !'! 1 "I 1 t Y DR. W. EARL BLAKE DENTIST rint National Bank Bid., Suite 9 and 10. Entrance First Ave. Phones: Office, 100; Res., 230-J. DR. J. E. ENDELMAN DENTIST Citizens Banking & Trust Co. Bldg Suite 8 & 4 ASnLAND, 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 5 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. Massage, Electric Light Baths, Elec tricity. JULIA R. McQUILKIN, SUPERINTENDENT. PAYNE BLDG. Telephone 306-J. Every day excepting Sunday. Dr. K. P. Bradford and Wife, "KI-RO-P...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 17 August 1914

r UK FJGHT .INHIjAMI TIIMMfe Monday, August 17, 1014 i mill 3 Lrj So) is ! Willi III II..HH. So 3 JO) 0 V :The Entire Cily With Our Low Prices on Hardware and House Furnishings: NOW WHILE THIS FIGHT IS ON PRICES HAVE BEEN REDUCED, THE VERY BOTTOM HAS BEEN REACHED, AT A. J. MEGEL'S HARDWARE STORE 1 have been establ know I have the largest and best hardware store in Southern Oregon. I ion over stocked, and have decided to, cut loose at once and not wait until the busy season starts.- Profits will not count during this sale. The entire stock is offered at the lowest wholesale prices that hardware or housefurnishings can be bought for Think of it and thing hard, right now when you will need a Range or Kitchen Supplies next month, of the savings there are in store for you now. $10,000 stock of hard ware and house furnishings being sacrificed at 2;ic and 50c on the dollar. This sale gives you an opportunity to save as never before, on goods that you really need. If you were not here Satur...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 20 August 1914

Oresjva MIMorloat Ikwtetr, SOt Bmo4 It. Oregon spends $3,269,000 annual ly on common schools. Untrained teachers mean inefficient, wasteful spending of these taxpayers' millions. Vote for Southern Oregon State Nor mal School. . Hidings May we not be proud of Oregon T Oregon is the only state In the Union that ever reduced the nnmber of Its normal schools. VOL. XXXIX ASHLAND. OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1914 NUMBER 25 &SHLAND American Military Expert Discusses European War It is believed the Kaiser's troops are approaching Brussels. Cannonading is distinctly audible. A rigid censorship is maintained. London, Aug. 20. An American military expert, reviewing the situa tion in Belgium, said yesterday: "1 left Brussels today. There was a good deal of agitation there as the people thought the Germans very near, and there had beon fighting at f rom the Swi?s frontier and east Tirlemont. A good many refugees j through the Vosges mountain passes are coming from Tirlemont and Lou- ana sou...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 20 August 1914

Thursday, Angnst 20, lan AUB TWO ASHLAND TIDINGS Ashland Tidings SEMI-WEEKLY. ESTABLISHED 1874. Issued Mondays and Thursdays Bert R. Greer, Editor and Owner Cbas. P. Greer, Mgr. and City Editor BUIie Brings, - News Reorter SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One Year 2.00 6ix Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Payable in AdTance. 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. AH subscriptions dropped at expiration unless renewal is received. In ordering changes of the paper always give the old street address cr postoffice as well as the new. Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postoffice as second-class mail mat ter. Anhland, Ore., Thuivday, Aug. 20, '14 HOW SHALL UXCLK SAM HKIDGE THE GAP IX HIS TAXES WHICH THIS FOREIGN WAR IS MAK ING? Soon our people must face a direct result of Europe's war; one that every American will feel. The war Is all so horrible, so ghast ly, so unlike anything...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 20 August 1914

Thursday, AugriHt 20, 1014 AMHLAM) TIOINOt PAGE HIKES For Sale Homes with moderate houses on small tracts and lots. Ve can give terms on all of them. One acre of ground, part full-bear ing 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. Trice $2,500. One and one-quarter acres of good land, 4-room house and one smaller house, barn and woodhouse. Price 52,000. Lot with 50-foot frontage on paved street, 200 feet deep; house of Tonms. bath, nantry and screened vorch: all furnishings. Price $2,500 A 5-room house (bungalow), never tieen occupied; strictly modern shout: lot about 45x90. Price 12,400. OYSTER SHELLS. 9nc LittU Valuad, They Ar Now a Boon to Oyster Growers. Ten yenrs ago any st...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 20 August 1914

ill ii 1 1 ritntti hum 1 1 niiiiiwmHCMWW I In the Social Realm Yimm TheatfJT The Mioses Helene and Gertrude Itiodo tire spending a tv enjoyable tlavs at the t'oU-stiu resort. Miss Kiith Walters of Portland, and well known in Ashland throush her fr.Minont visits, arrived in the city Wednesday. Misses I'dna and Angeline Noil spent Sunday visiting friends, Mr. and Mrs. Stoneliouse, at Hilt. They re port a very pleasant time. Miss Margaret Patterson expects to attend the Oregon Agricultural Col lege the coming term. Miss Marion Hodgson also will complete her work there tins winter. Miss Uose Tavener has been accept ed into the Johns Hopkins University after six months' probation. She will now start in on her three years' course in nursing. pleasant trip and the sea breezes bo cool that an overcoat felt comforta ble. Last year Mr. and Mrs. Butler took a similar trip and closed their place of business till they got back. This year Mrs. Butler's brother, W. V. Hevener, was in charge during...

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