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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 31 August 1914

J 07 Bpood n SOT Second 0t. Oregon spends $5,249,000 annual ly on common schools. 'Untrained ' .teacners mean Inefficient, wasteful spending of these taxpayers' millions. Vote for Southern Oregon State Nor mal School. IDING May we not be proud of Oregon? Oregon is the only state In-th4 Unios that ever reduced the number of Its normal schools. VOL. XXXIX ASHLAND. OREGON, MONDAY, AyGUST 31, 1914 NUMBER 28 ASHLAND. r.r 4 S Brakeman Shot At Local Yards Steven J. Martin, a brakeman for the Southern Pacific, was seriously wounded at the local yards Saturday night at 11 o'clock, by a shot fired by one of two hoboes. Martin was coming home on the first section of the circus train, after witnessing the circus performance that evening. He was merely riding home from the show, and was not working for the Southern Pacific dur ing the trip. According to his story, as told to Chief of Police Porter, he got on the train at Medford with the two hoboes and made the trip in company with them. As the ...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 31 August 1914

rAOK TWO ABULAND TIDINGS Monday. Aagwt 31. 1914 Ashland Tidings SEMI-WEEKLY. ESTABLISHED 1876. Issued Mondays and Thursdays Bert R. Greer, Editor and Owner Ctuu. F. Greer, Mgr. and City Editor Billie Briggs, - Xews Reporter SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear $2.00 Blx Months 1.00 Three Months SO Payable in Advance. TELEPHONE their own reserves be strengthened against the probability of large loss in deposits by reason of country banks taking their accounts to the reserve banks. What effect does all this have on Ashland's new bond issue? It closes the regular market and forces us to find purchasers out of the regular channels. Investors are as able to buy as ever. Country banks coming I into the market will add to the de mand for municipals. The interest rate will be forced down to about a four per cent level and such securi ties will soon be offered by brokers ; ! at not a greater net rate than three Advertising rates on application. ! . First-class job printing facilities, j and one-half...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 31 August 1914

Monday, August 31, 1&14 ASHLAND TIDINGS Taknt Tid'm FARMERS gs For Sale Homes with moderate houses on email tracts and lots. V'e 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. Frke 12,600. 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 Mouse, 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. — 31 August 1914

VAGB POUR ASHLAND TTTHM28 Monday, August ai. tott MMIIMtMtlltllMUMMtMHMHMMMHMM i In the Social Realm MIIIHIIIIIIIIMMHmiHHHHmUfMHHIM What, '14 Class Plans To Do The choir of the Presbyterian Tuesday evening last the Young! churrh will reassemble on Friday Married Folks' class of the Baptist! nieht next. All old members and the j Sunday school met at the Natatorium new members are requested to be prese&t for rehearsal on Friday night. Alpha Chapter No. 1, O. K. S.. will resume labor Tuesday evening. Sep tember 1. at 8 o'clock. A good at tendant is desired. omvk k. st:drnbi:rg. v. m. LEAH M. CALDWKLL. Sec. for a swim. Nineteen came and fif teen took to the water. Afterwards the party went to the parsonage for business and refreshments. A con stitution was adopted and the follow ing officers were elected: President. Earl Rasor; vice-president, Mrs. Ora j Diebert; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Hardy. The slogan of the class is, "For God. the Home, and the Miss Zada Peters of Portland...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 31 August 1914

Monday, Auut 31,- 1914 ASHLAND TIDINGS i The Business Of Farming Up-to-date (arming is a business. A (arm cannot be run in a "slip-shod" manner with any. degree o( success. When business methods are ap plied, it is possible to Becure the greatest success. A checking account at this strong Bank will help you in systematizing jour business. . . . , We shall gladly assist you i( we may. First National Bank ASHLAND, OREGOX. Oldast National Bank in Jackson County Babies Contest LOCAL AND PERSONAL Thomas J. Fuson, wi(e and little daughter came up (rom Medford to -spend the week end with Mr. Fuson's mother, Mrs. M. E. Wood, and to visit with Mrs. Stratton and little daughter, who are here (rom Port land. Arthur Abbott and wi(e returned Friday morning (rom their trip through the northern part o( the -state. They spent some time at Sher idan, visiting Mrs. Abbott's sister. Go to the Temple o( Truth Tues day, September 1, and hear the great est orator on the platform. Admis sion with free mag...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 31 August 1914

frAGB SIX n T7 itE Now is the B oys I School Days will soon be here and we've made special pre paration for the school boy. I18S m M Buys a Knicker suit with two pair of trousers, full linen lined, guar anteed all wool, size 6 to 17, col ors dark brown, tan and grey, mild mottled greys, all new weaves and fabrics. Our regular line $2.50 to $8.00 p jUV "The National Boys' Suit" School Shoes! For Girls C and E Shoes Broad toes and low heels, button eunmetal with dull tons Jiroad too and low heel, button isroaa too and low heel, button, vici kid and patent tip inese 6hoes are sold at the following prices: Sizes 5 to 8, at $1.25 and $1.50. " 8 to 11, at 1.50 and 1.75. " 11$ to 2, at 1.75 and 2.00. Boys' Shoes Gunmetal and Box Calf, button and lace, latest patterns and all solid leather. We went to draw your attention to the tact that these shoes and solid leather 6oles. Sues 9 to 13 at - $1.75 Sizes 2 to Fiiwr grades in welt soles H. G. Enders Son "WHEItE YOU Headquarters for School Sop...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 31 August 1914

Monday, Angut 31, 1014 ASHLAND TTDING8 PAGE SEYEV The Sanitarium I DR. JARVIS DR. BOSLOUGH flshland, Oregon Mrs. Margaret Thom, Supt. Only Graduate Nurses Employed 4 8 tt it 4 Ashland G. A. R. Veteran Dead ITTV'I"! 'i TTTTT1 rTTTTTrTTTTTTT" DR. W. EARL BLAKK DENTIST rint 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 5 p, m. Calls answered day or night. Water Supply To Be Protected Work has begun for the construe tion of a four-mile fence along the Veteran James Chlsholm, formerly a resident at Ashland, died at Saw telle California Sunday in his own private cottage near the Soldiers Home and was buried Monday. In the Civil War he was a member of Company K, Eighteenth Regiment, New York...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 31 August 1914

1 1 ' ' AUfe KtOfit ASBXAXD TIDINGS Monday, Angnst 81, 191. Hargrove! Millinery Announces i Exclusive ideas, Pattern Hats and Millinery nov elties on display at 47 North Main St. Friday and Saturday Sept. 4th and 5th Prizes for Fancy Fruit of Jackson Co. Every fruitgrower, gardener and farmer in Jackson county should be specially interested in the Jackson County Fair and Pear Show to be held in Medford September 9 to 12, should get a premium list if they have not already done so and make an exhibit. Don't say other people's products are better than yours. You don't know, you may have the best that will be shown. Don't say it's too much trouble. It will only take a short time to pre pare an exhibit, and if you win you will be amply repaid and then you will be helping exploit the resources of the county. There should be far better exhibits than last year. For general display of all kinds of fruits the prizes are: First, $25; 6econd, $10; third, $5. For best display of apples, three va...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 3 September 1914

Oregon spends J5.269.000 annual ly on common schools.' Untrained teachers mean inefficient, wasteful spending of these taxpayers' millions. Vote for Southern Oregon State Nor mal School. VOL. XXXIX Beautiful Flower Many Petitions Before Council The council was called to order by Councilman Cunningham owing .to the absence of Mayor Johnson during the early part of the evening. After the reading of the minutes and the awarding of city claims the council heard the various petitions. George Eubanks, of the city school hoard, presented a petition to the ef fect that the street committee order an extension of a water pipe on Era mlck avenue, so a drinking fountain could be nut in. The matter was referred to the proper committee with power to act. The residents of Hargadine street aBked that the sidewalk in front of the Barney Nichols place be put in order. The residents of Laurel street filed a petition asking that Otis street be opened to North Main. This was re ferred to the street comm...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 3 September 1914

fAGK TWO . ASBXiAKD TIDINGS Thursday, September 3, 1014 Ashland Tidings SEMI-WEEKLY. ESTABLISHED 1876. Issced Mondays and Thursdays Bert It. Greer, . Editor and Owner Cluw. P. Greer, Mgr. and City Editor Uillie Briggs, - - News Reporter PRAYER IX EUROPE AND AMERICA. Three emperors in war-torn Eu rope have asked their subjects to go to a church of the God of Love and Peace, fall on their knees and pray that He will bless their several arms. How grim the Irony of this request! How like a page torn from the feudal past! Divine blessing on arms raised in pride, panic and hate raised not to do justice, not to assail wrong, but i to support arrogance, tyranny! ! The very idea is blasphemy. But here is what you as an Ameri can can do: If given to prayer, you can bend matins and' vespers beg the Son of Peace that the dove shall not return save over a sea of blood; that the only olive branch she shall bring shall be one to laurel that particular nation with victory while in other nations wid...

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

t Thursday. September It, 1914 ASHLAND TIDINGS. PACE THRKET For Sale ' Homes with moderate houses on email tracts and lots. Ve can give terms on all of them. One acre ot ground, part full-bear fng 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 Mocks 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 Sand, 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 rooms, bath, pantry and . screened Dorch; all furnishings. Price $2,500 A 5-room house (bungalow), never Seen occupied; strictly modern hrouehout: lot about 45x90. Price $2,400. An 8-room house on a 2-acre tract within 5 blocks of business, about 2 blocks to...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 3 September 1914

page poon ASHLAND TTDIXGH.: Tliursdaf , SerptMnbwr S, 1014 MM MMM M I MIMM In the Social Realm I ' IMIII1I jj4 ' Miss Agnes Storey left last week for Sandpoint, Itlalio. where she will again teach tliu year. She is mak ing short visits with friends at Roae tmrg and Swittle en route. He." school opens aext Monday. Wednesday eveuinR, August 26. Mr. and Mrs. CJuy Good celebrated their weddins anniversary while F. R. Merrill joined in celebratins his birthday. A delicious birthday din ner was served, which all very much rnjoyed. After the dinner music was njoyed. Both the Merrill and the Good families were present. D. M. Lowe, Willis Bailey, Miss Bertha Bailey and Miss Muriel Gib pon went to Rogue River Friday on a fishing trip, returning Tuesday even ing. They had fine success, landing a number of big fish, the two largest weighing 35 and 30 pounds, respec tively. They camped one night at the hatchery and 'found it a very in teresting place to visit. About forty of the members of the M...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 3 September 1914

Thnrsday. September 3. 1814 The Business Of Farming Up-to-date farming Is a business. A farm cannot be run In a "slip-shod" wanner with 'any degree of success. When business' methods are ap plied, It is possible to Becure the greatest success. A checking account at this strong Hank will help you In systematizing t our business. We shall gladly assist you if we may. ' First National Bank ASHLAND, OREGON. Oldest National Sank In Jackson County I LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. C. A. Malone and little son Mt Wednesday for her old home in Neola, Iowa, where she will visit for t-ome time. Her brother, V. V. Wil liams, will accompany her as far as Baker, Ore. Henry Bower of San Diego, C'al., arrived Monday morning. Ho is an old acquaintance of T. II.' Simpson and family, as years ago they were neighbors in Schuellsburg, Wis. Newson Harrison returned to his home this week from the Imperial Valley, where he Is engaging In farm ing. Say! how about letting us devel op your films for 15c? Carr, at Whi...

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 September 1914

r AGB SIX ASHLAND TIDINGS. Thursday, September 3, 1014 v i i - i 1 s . 5 ' THE LIFE CAREER "Schoollnr In youth should Invariably be Wectcd to orewire a person in me pen w; tor the best pcrtnnnent occupation for M la capable.1' l-resiileut C. W. Eliot This Is the Mission of the Forty-sixth School Year Openi 5EPTEHBER 18th, 1914 Write for Illustrated 100-page Book Jet, "THE LIFE CAREHR," and for Cata log containing full information. Dtgree Courses AGRICULTURE : Ap-onomy, Animal Husbandry. Dairy Hus bandry. Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture. Agriculture for Teachers. FORESTRY, LOGGING ENGINEERING. HOAE ECO NOMICS: DomesticScience, Domestic Art, ENGINEERING: Electrical, Irrigation, Hirhway, Mechanical, Chemical, Mining. Ceramics. COMMERCE. PHARMACY. Industrial arts. Vocational Corj-Agrlculture, Dairy ing, Home Makers' Course, Industrial Arts, Forestry, Business Short Course. School of jViV Piano, String, Band, Voice Culture. Farmer! Business Court by Mail Frt. Addreaa THB RKGISTRAR, (tvTI...

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 September 1914

Thursday, September S, 1914 ASHLAND TIDINGS PAGE SEVKX Mltlltf!t!t!!!MhniliiiMiiiiiii iiihiiiim 8 The Sanitarium I DR. JARVI9 DR. B08LOUGH flshland, Oregon Mrs. Margaret Thorn, Supt. Only Graduate Nurses Employed 4' ' 4 1 4 it Joe Knowles, the Artist-Nature Man Result-Getting Classified Columns l I t'44'4 t . . ii i i 4. 4 "TTTTTT'trT" DR. W. EARL BLAKE, DENTIST. First National Bank Bldg., Suite 9 and 10. Entrance First Ave. Phones: Office, 101); Res., 2:iOJ. FASHION HINT By JUDIC CKOLLET DR. J. E. ENDELMAN, tfENTIST. Citizens Rank of Asliland Building, Snite 3 and 4, ASHLAM), ORKGOX. G. W. GREGG, M. I)., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, Payne Building. Phone 69 Residence, 216 Weigh tman Street. Residence pbone, 222-R. Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. I'or return to college nnd school will ni. Calls answered day or night. J be especially interested In these prac tical features. For the medium size the long cape will require five and one-half yards of Girls will like this pretty,...

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 September 1914

TAGE EIGirT ASHLAND TTOnCGS. Thursday, September 3, 1914 ; S J .-4 The Bsi Baker In the world can t get good bread out of in--ferior flour. So in buy ing flour it is always our K lot TV X Uepends ion tje , 1 best to select a guaran teed brand. Our flour hi9 met all t!ie requirements of our discriminating custo mers. It's not o one-sjclecl flour" It is miule to serve the ivliole circle of kitchen economy. It mokes good bread, good biscuit.s, good pies, pood pastry. It s an all round good flour. It lias a nutritive value unexcelled by others. Buy a sack today. Try it. We believe you'll find it better than the one you thought was be3t. PLAZAG ROCERY WEAVER & SAMS, Opposite Plaza Telephone 78 City Property Given Protection On the motion of Councilman Cun ningham at the last council meeting, the city engineer was ordered to have some new muslin signs printed to warn trespassers on the city proper ty. Mr. Cunningham asserted many have been going on the property and cutting wood. The p...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 7 September 1914

Orfoa HUlorlcal ttoalatr, 107 Bcon4 St ((JOTHB YEHR dH Strictly in Advance tbi &7Q Ashland Tidings HL AN D May we not be proud of Oregon? Oregon is the only state in the: I'nloa that ever red need tbe number of its normal schools. VOL. XXXIX ASHLAND. OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1914 NUMBER 30 TIDINGS Masonic Gathering In Ashland Sept. 24 On Thursday, September 24, there will be one of the largest .Masonic gatherings In Ashland ever witnessed in southern Oregon. The annual con clave of Knlshts Templar of the state of Oregon will convene at the Ma sonic hall at 10 a. m. The Grand Commander of the state of Oregon, with all the other grand officers and Sir Knights from all over the state, all in full uniform, will be in attend ance. The afternoon of the 24th will be given to street parades by the Knights Templars and the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, arrayed In their gorgeous uniforms and red fezes. It is expected there will Le many amus ing and interesting features in this parade. ...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 7 September 1914

Monday, September t, igif PACK TWO ASHLAND TIDINGS Ashland Tidings SEMI-WEEKLY. ESTABLISHED 1876. Issued Mondays and Thursdays Bert R. Greer, - Editor and Owner Clias. P. Greer, Mgr. and City Editor Billie Briggs, - - Xews Reporter SUKSCKIPTIOX BATES. One Tear $2.00 Bix Months 1.00 Three Months 60 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 matter. Atthland, Ore., Monday, Sept. 7, 1014 HAXn-IMCKKl) SUCCESSORS. INCOMPREHENSIBLE. That Is the word. Human intelli gence staggered and silenced before this mighty theatre of war. We have traced man from the rudest and most abject conditions of so-called savage life,...

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

Monday, September 7, 1914 ASHLAND TIDINGS. PAGE THREE StGhen For Sale Homes with moderate nouses on 1 small tracts and lots. Ve can give terms on all of them. ,6UPB0ARD CUCUMBER DISHES. DINNER MENU. String Beans and Tomatoes. Broiled Chops. New Potatoes. Cucumber Salad. Raspberry Mousse. Wafers. Coffee or Iced Tea. Talent T wings TALENT S. P. TRAIN SCHEDULE. HE cucumber is one of tbe most cooling of summer vegetables. Although it may be satisfactorily prepared iu other ways, it Is most generally appreciated when served alone or in combination with other veg etables in salads. Shaped In a Mold. Fish Salnd With Cucumber Jelly. Put a pint of white stock in a stew pan with two peeled and grated cucum- One acre ot ground, part full-bear ine 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 L ft . of par8leyf a tea8poonful is adjacent to uity far, nice of CU0DW!(i...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 7 September 1914

Monday, September 7, 1014 ' PAGE POUU i -. ' 1 ': '. ASHIiAND TIDINGS. - iiiz In the Social Realm i ItfHH II IIHUMM 44 Mrs. Maud LeRoy of Cottage drove. Ore., is a guest at the home of F. E. Russell. Miss Nina Morris left Friday even ing for Portland, where she will spend some time in visiting her sister. Miss Florence Allen returned Wed nesday from Harrisburg, Ore., where Fhe has been visiting relatives and friends for the past five weeki. D. rt. Holt of Fargo, X. I)., who has been in the city about three weeks visiting at the Hodgson home, leaves Sunday for his home in the ast. Mr. Caffery and wife, who have lcen staying in the city during the spring and summer, left Friday even ing for their home in Kansas, via I'ortland. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bert Freeman and Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sneed celebrated their second wedding anniversary to gether at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman today. A big dinner was enjoyed, almost all the articles of which had been raised on the Free man place. Mrs. Erne...

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