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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 21 July 1920

Auditorium ' Auditorium ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1920 NO. 10G IIY HAS m IIKT PROGRAM OK O " I HAI VI QIA HVE Tf IIIIC WfUl ADVANTAGES FOR I P MEETING . The twenty-eighth annual sea ' hlon of the Southern Oregon jchuutauqua started lust evening with an exceedingly fine program ' did a very poor patronage of Ash land and valley resident!). While hones are entertained that the peo- Looms Big RALPH FRALEY ONE OF TI1KF.E DEAD FROM (J I X j EXPLODING; THREE Hl'RT AGE RULING .AIMS COLOR MAY HE I'SEl) TO ('PRE CANCER WOMAN ARM ROUSES "The more 1 see ot Ashland the El'GENE. The largest crop ol prunes in the history of t he fruit industry in l.ane county la pie of Ashland will rally to the! prcilicted by J. O. Holt, manager support of the association and at-,.t tne El,gene Fruit Growers' as- lend during the coming days, the! 60(.,uton fur tnla year. Mr. ,.,, management leeis uuoious as 10 nlunueer of the EuneiiH Fruit nr. I.n.l I ... .III. lhnll ,...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 21 July 1920

Monday, July 21, 1020 PACE TWO ASHLAND WKKKLY TTOPTOIl Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND PRINTING CO. The question is, Die stand it? Hav Will the peo-lcal communities of the country living with their grandmother in they submit- In which the survey was made, ban Francisco. Mm. Cash is 36 years old, though she does not look older than 25, Mr. Cash stat ed in an interview. At one time, Mr. Cash said, he and his 'wife ted to so much bulldozing at the I Much of the information was hands of the politicians and par- gathered personally by home dem ties, that they have last their emigration agents, who are the sense of ownership of their own field representative;; of the Unit- Hen B. Greer .Editor government? j ed States department of agrieul-jhsd to go to Alaska to get rid of j There is no question whateverj ture and state agricultural col- the man Jacobs who had been 5SiS?E?tI Ubout the widespread public dls- leges. ! following Mrs. Cash pers...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 21 July 1920

Monday, July SI, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGE THRCT LOCAL AND PERSONAL KATl'RDAY'S XKWB Miss Marlon llamric of Centra; j Seattle, is a mystery to him. "She Tolnt Is camping in Uie Asblund'j 'Mrs. Helen Ryan and two chll-i llever weut wlt0 nim voluntarily," park this week while attending dren, bnd mother, Mrs. Herring-j Mr. Cash asserted, "as she dis Chhutauqua. ton,, in this city, will leave to- likeil him most thoroughly." His S a I morrow for their home. j supposition is that Jacobs per- F. Zuhlindan of Woodburu ar- distinguished visitor who will ar- Opal Jones bad ibe misfortune Biiaded her to partake of cooling ; ried In Ashlund last evening' jive here Thursday and will re- to fall out of a tree yesterday and J'h" atul url Hose have gone (,.n,g w,ich he curried to her where- he had come to try the cll-jnibiu here to attend the sessions sustained a broken collar bone. : over to Pelican Bay to their sis-. rol,nii ullj in timi manner u(i. f mate for the benefit of his health, j...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 21 July 1920

PAGE FOUB ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Monday, July 21, 1020 student schouhl be present to-lh.nd visitors this week and are which refreshments were served, night." The entire cast Is splen-j guests of M. C. Llnlngcr of the! The guest list included Misses did. 'vulcanizing works. Mr. Glengerj Ruth Emery, Nina Mevius, $, $ ! formerly lived in Ashland, where! (iwynne Gammon, Violet Wilton, Mrs. Sam Bordon of Gold Hill' tit was proprietor of the Square Virginia Jones, und Messrs. Leon is a guest of Airs. J. H. Ring inpeal orchards, and hns mmivjnrd Smith, Grover Leech, Ray Ashlaud this week. friends in thia vicinity. The par- mond McGee and Norman Wells. ly are returning from a trip to J Miss Jones was the recipient of Mr. and Mrs. Milton of Mus- Cnna(ia and Mr. Gienger states' many beautiful gifts from, her kogee, Okla., is an Ashland guesc,tllul ay (he ,)lnce3 they 8truck; friends. at the homes of J. H. Dill and B. di.rinK their jourlley nothing . R. Greer this week. ; comea up to Ashland. ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 28 July 1920

Or"0 H(orl, .... ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1920 NO. 107 KLAMATH 10.00 HE TO MNew Wardett Rogue mouth Deputy Pish Warden F. A. Mo Daniel of Oak Crove, Clackamas county, arrived here last week to attend to law enforcement on the river, acting under instructions Grants Pass Has Population Loss SAYS POK R GAMES KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. Ar ticles of incorporation of the Peli can theater corporation have been filed with the county clerk by H. W. Poole, O. D. Burke, C. J. Fer- lrom the lte flsh commission Little comment is heard in the; guBon and O. D. Williams. The capitalization is $100,000. Mr. Poole, manager of the Lib- Mr. McDaniel has been a warden in the game department for some time and has the reputation of The population of Grants Phsh was given out by the census bu reau at Washington yesterday as 3151; a decrease of 728 which local railroad yards on the wage makes a loss of 18.7 per cent since i increase granted to railroad work 1910. The ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 28 July 1920

PACK TWO ASHLAND WEKKLK TIDINGS Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND PRINTING CO. Bert B. Greer Editor OFFICIAL CITY AXD COUNTY PAPER. TELEPHONE 8U Mrsv W. B. Barnum In Phoenix the evening of July 28. A pro- SUBSCRIPTION RATES cram and tableaux are being ar- r One Year $2.00 1 ranged by the Phoenix women and Six Months 126 a highly enjoyable evening is i nree luuumi u served. The guests Included Mrs. D. H. Barnaburg, Mrs. C. H. Vau rel, Mrs. L. Hilty and Mrs. 0. W. Loosley of Ashland, Mrs. Jessie Rondeau of Oakland, Calif.; Miss VIVID PORTRAL OP UNDERWORLD It is a far cry from the peaceful serenity of the Rogue River val ley, shadowed over by the ever Lillian Hilty of San Francisco and; lasting hills, to the slums of New Mrs. Everett Beeson of Talent. I York, where the struggle for ex . iatence is a sealed book to many Lawn Fete at Phoenix dwellers here, and the realistic A community lawn fete is to J manner in which those scenes be given ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 28 July 1920

Wednesday, July 28, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGB THBR4 LOCAL AND PERSONAL HATUKDAY'8 NEWS Contractor A. L. Lamb Is com pleting a roomy and artistic ce ment garage (or L. A. Roberts on the latter's property at Mor ton and Iowu which be recently purchased. The garage is stucco finish. A large store room Is In cluded In tbe building. Mr. and Mrs. J, W. McCoy leave this afternon on an automobile trip which will take them out in.. tl.A T oka .r II... T,.n.1a Pelican Bay district Mr McCoy Lyt he doesn't know jus't which way he is going hut will start out and decide on the wuy. Tales of piscatorial success brought In from Pelican buy by Nate Bates led Mr. McCoy to purchase a couple of spinners and overhaul his fishing tackle. Mr. and Mrs. rrsnk Moore left for Crater Lake this morning. They will return by way o( Klam lith Fulls. C. M. Wulte is unending to busi ness affairs nt Merlin. Mrs. Nellie Conner left this, morning for Sun Frunclsco for an extended visit with relutives aud friends...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 28 July 1920

iMfiit vovn ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Wedm-wliy, July 28, 1020 ' LOCAL AND PERSONAL TUESDAY'S SEWS Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mulit are fl'i udlng their honeymooH at Lake of the Woods. Mrs. E. N. Davis and daughter I.ucy have gone out to the Davis ranch home on Oreeu Spring Mountain to make an indefinite stay. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Winter; Mrs, A. H. Russell and Miss Mabel Russell are spending a few days ai Lake of the Woods with Mr. liuipb. Vining. Miss Maude Hussill, the 12-year-eld daughter of Mr and Mrs. F, . E. Russill of Ashland, left Satur day morning for Reedsport where the will make an extended visit with Mrs. Maud LeRoy. C. L. Hanson, grievance man for the Southern Pacific, is under a doctor's care at bis borne on Pine street. Mrs. H. G. Gilmore, Mrs. Black ttnd son, 'Harold, are at Crater Lcke for a few days. Mr. and Mr9. J. A. Yeo spent tne week-end at Grants Pass. The Grants Pass Courier re ports that large catches of Steel head 'are being made in Rogue river. Certainly the run had not ...

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. — 4 August 1920

ioa Historical ,oeljlr Auditorium "0H,W ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1920 NO. 108 California A. A. Praises Road Work H. R. Busford, chairman of the executive committee of the Call- (ornia State Automobile associa-j tion was in Ashland for a few! hours today. Mr. Busford id on ; an official tour of Inspection which! will extend to Vancouver, B. Cjent. Lilly, who has gone the limit unci, on which he will gather au-iin every branch, of athletics nt thontic information of roads, ho-1 Stanford and has about a dozen tels, etc.. for the California as-! letters from baseball, football, soctation. rugby, basketball and track nt He states that the California I Stanford, is playing ball this sum organization is ready and anxious' mer for Waisonvllie in the Mix- to extend every possible aid to Oregon In this state's program of road development and upbuilding, of tourist attractions and accomo-land the San Francisco Seals are dntlons. Ho suys, "We, down...

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. — 4 August 1920

Wednesday, August 4, 1020 PACK TWO ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND PRINTING CO. by purchase or squatting, private interests encroached on It. Jn re cent years nearly all ot the sea frontage has been fenced In, cov ered with amusement places, ho tels and other buildings and bro Bert R. Greer Editor Uea up Wtn private bulkheads and docn's. The strip ot boach be tween high and low tide, legally belonging to the pubjfc, and Inal ienable, was for the most part barred fro mits owners. The beach was simply stolen, except in the small secticn retained by OFFICIAL CITY AND COIN TV PAPER. TELEPHONE U 6VBSCR1PTION RATES One Year 2 " k ' ' ,lt "y 'or Publlc bathing, and Six Months ' 1 the usurpers made everybody pay Three Months ' 5 ; ... . ADVERTISING RATES to use their beach or swim In their oceon. Display Advertisements, eacuj Now New York ,g lannlng to luck , ( 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 iM"! ' , ., ., , n spend several million do...

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. — 4 August 1920

.Wednesday, August 4, 1020 LOCAL AND PERSONAL FBIDAY'8 NEWS Jack Lilly returned yesterday from San Francisco where lie has been in the Southern Pacific hos " j)lral. 1 He has practically recov ered from injuries received in an Occident on the railroad and Bays he Ja feeling fine. Miss Pauline Mice of Pendleton uas greeted at the station yester day by Miss Gertrude Engle of thir. city. Miss Rice is returning to her hame In eastern Oregon from Berkeley, where she attend ed summer school at the Univer sity of California. , $ Jack True was In from the (iteenHpring mountain road camp yctieruay ami says me rouo crew; Up there has been making goodjn progress out nave oeen siowen down recently by heavy rock for mations they have encountered. Ruy Booth and R. W. Long of Yonrullu, Oregon, were in Ash- land last week and pirchased five i , , t. ,, Jed to spend the remainder of the Tine Ramhoullut rums from Fred eirln. t Mrs. Herman Young und son, fidney, of Grants Pass, were in Ashland, Wednes...

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. — 4 August 1920

PAGE FOCB ASHLAND WEEUXT TTDIKOS Wednesday, August 4, lft'JO LOCAL AND PERSONAL TVESDLAY'S NEWS Jack True is in fiom the Green spring Mountain road camp to day and reports everything going smoothly up that way, S . Miss Alice Bennett ot Minne apolis, Minn., is here as a guest ol Mrs. F. B. Tallman. Miss Ben nett will muke an extended visit in Ashland. A car weut through headed for Portland this morning, display ing a sign, ' Los Angeles to Port land or Bust." A.'ter noting the condition of the tires, the sag ging of the springs, and listening lo the various squeaks, groans, creaks and rattles, the supreme court down under the linden tree on the Plaza decided that the tourists stood a good chance of hunting. cepted a position with the Jack son County Bank of Medford. De liah Stevens has been appointed to fill the vacancy. t Jackson county was recently given an additional fifty copies of Dove of the plaza confectionery, the Oregon school laws of 1919. leaves . today for Klamath Falls ...

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. — 11 August 1920

Oregon t''''-"f Ifa! 8ocl,ty. I'tlll'jrlll ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1920 NO. 109 Career of Villa The ' Bandit Is At An End By Ralph Jf. Turner (U. P. Staff Correspondent) BAN PEDRO, Mexico--Fran-cisco Villa bag sureudered. Af ter years of banditry and defiance of both the Mexican and the Uni ted States governments, the fa mous outlaw delivered himself Ifto the power of the federals to day and drowned bis sorrows In a bottle of cognac. The formal surrender ceremo nies will occur later, with pomp, but Villa actually pluced his per son in the hands of bis former en emies today. Ho met General Martinez, federal commander, tin der an old tree on a ranch five miles from Sun Pedro. A halfj dozen military representatives i were present where De la Huerta With Martiuuz, awaited Villu. He gallpped up In his customary dashing style, swung from his horse and waved his band gaily to the group of officers. I There was u general, hundshak-j lug aud t...

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. — 11 August 1920

r" Wednesday, August II, 102(1 PAGE TWO ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND PRINTING CO. Ben B. Oreer Editor hi in iMTVAvn foi'VTY i news before It happens,-we hsve VonDerhelen's total bid was f 64, utiKUL i ill A.if luuni arranged for a Ouipa Board ser-645 vhie warren's was $80.25B. TELEPHONE 3i SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Ve:ir...; $2-00 Six Months ! 1 tirt-e Mouths '5 ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertisements, each; inch .30c Local Readers, the lino. . . 1 0 c Classified Column, the word, each tlm lc Legal Notices, each time, the line 3 1-3C Cards of Thanks $1-00 Obituaries, the line 2c Fraternal orders and societies charging regular initiation lees and dues, regular rates. Religious and benevolent societies will be charged at the regular advertising rate for all adver tising when an admission or collection is taken.. j Entered at the Ashland, Oregon,; Postoffice as second class man matter. TELL THE WOULD ABOUT SOUTHER...

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. — 11 August 1920

TVcdiMwdny, August 11, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TnHHOS PAGE TltHEJI LOCAL AND PERSONAL FRIDAY'S 1TEW8 j plans include the three troops of ! Ashland, and will take place tome time this month. Miss Hazel Brpiee, who has Mr. and Mm. I. F Psriniann were called to Klamath Falls this1 leen "Pend"1 " unmer " Ash. week by the death of Mr.. Charles land- a ue9t of MlsB 0eorla Cof Ferauson. slaterln-law nf Mr sw. fee. enjoying farm life this guson. The funeral of Mrs. Fer guson took place -this afternoon.1 Miss Aalleen Hickey of Duns mulr ,who stopped off in Ashland from a visit In Portlund and spent th,ree days with the Misses Ruger, left for her home last evening. She was accompanied to Diinsmulr by Miss Gertrude Bisscll D .11. Bnrueburg, wno recently purchnsed the Tumor residence on North Main street, has moved into Ills new home. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Turner have returned to Long Beach aftor spending the past!Drlet vls,t month here closing out their Ash land Interests. Mrs. J. R. Benson nnd Mrs. ...

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. — 11 August 1920

page four- ASHLAND WEEHXT TIDINGS Wednesday, August 11, 1034 LOCAL AND PERSONAL TUESDAY'S NEWS Mrs. A. H. Daver.hlll of Valley View has gone to Maiden Rock, Wisconsin for a short visit with her parents. She expects to "be com for a month or six weeks, Mrs. Mary Newman and daugh ter Agnes, of Harrison, Arkan bus, are visitors at the 0. H. John son home in this city. Mrs. New man is Mrs. Johnson's sister. s H. 0 Frobach, secretary of the Medford Chamber of Commerce, was a visitor in this city yester day. Mr. Frobach states that the Medford Chamber, which had 39 members at the close of the Amer ican City Bureau campaign, now has 408 members. Rev. L. Myron Boozer has an nounced that he will leave Med- lord to take charge of Presbyter iau work at the Oregon Agxicul- tural college, which was offered him. He resigned Sunday. President Louis Hill of t tig (freat Northern railroad was a passen ger on Train 13 yesterday. Mrs. Hill and son were along, the party travelling in a private car. In ...

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. — 18 August 1920

OrtgOB Historical BieUtf. Auditorium ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1920 vn 1 in i . ' ; ? hi: LAKE Editor's Note : Avery Ash lander, and every visitor to Ash land who can possibly do so, with the sights we had seen, the j view reully "got ub," and one rould not help thinking and ex claiming: "The Lord Is In His I Holy Temple let all the world jkeep silence before Him!" ! It is useless to say much abouj this part of the trip, for if you snoum taue the Crater Lake trip. 80t this far you must see It all; In order to give those who con-j we took in all we could that template making Hie trip, und j evening, watched the sunset over those who may no brought to ; (Ue ike, seeing the Phantom contemplate it, an Idea of thoifjhlp with almost the last rays; ARTISTS RECIT4I. AXD CAXTATA "ROSE MAIDEN' WEEK'S MI'SICAL EVENTS I EXD OF ROGIE RIVER HS1IIXO FEl I GOLD BEACH With a view of j The Community Chorus will pre-j presenting to the next legislature! se...

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. — 18 August 1920

I PAGE TWO AS ELAND WEEKLY TIDINGS M'ediKMliiy, August IN, 11)20 Ashland Weekly Tidings . Established 1S76 Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND PRINTING CO. Bert R. Oner'. Editor OHiaiL CITY AXI COUNT V PAPER. Portland Telegram and Stephen I this road might do well to take Mather. I up the matter of doing their share Mr. Parkhurst said: "I am the with Mr. Winter. cnly man in Oregon who has put money Into the Crater Lake Na- DIRECTOR MATHER tional park development and all NOT BL'lTFING ON the thanks I have aver received LAKE IMPROVEMENT for" developing the tourist busl-i (Medford Sun) ness in Oregon and Crater Lake! "My notice that conditions at park is abuse by tho National park Crater lake must be improved," service and the newspapers, 'i said Stephen Mather, director of .... .,.,.,..., .... have not had any controversy ; national parks, to a representative i wltQ Mr. Mather, Dut the contro-,01 u'B i-uiuru duu lasi eveniug. SUBSCRIPTION RATES versy has been all one sided by "wa...

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. — 18 August 1920

'Wcdutwluy, August 18,, 1020 1 ASIIL AM) WEEKLY TTDUfGS PAGE THRE4 .1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL THURSDAY'S NEWS the various scenic points along the way. Mrs. J. H. Provost bus gone to , Berkeley to make a short visit. . a"'1Ved yester- niter which win n. dtty in Ashland from Kansas City I.os Angeles to spend a couple of! months. 4 Mr. and Mrs. L. .1. Orrcs, daugh ter Edna, and Miss Huchel Hurst and will be a guest at the home of his sister, Mm. Newson Har rison, for Borne time. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harga- have Just returned from an cx-din8 "nd dauBliter Mary Virginia, cursion to Cruter lake. Ml Thursday for Santa Monica, a a where they expect to spend sev- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ml ner;p'"ul months. They are making of Bend huvo been recent Biieslsj ,,le Journey by motor . cato. They aro making the trip j morning by motor for an outing carrier, postoffice service at Ash Dy automobile und are visiting i of a week or two to be spent at land, has been postponed to Sep Crescent City and other poi...

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. — 18 August 1920

TAGE FOl'R ASHLAND WEE Kit TIDINGS Wednesday, August 18, 1020 LOCAL AND PERSONAL MONDAY'S NKWS A fire reported rear llie Wag ner Soda Spring? a couple of days ago, has been under the su pervision of a patrolman of the couuty fire fighters. It Is not thought to be of very great di mensions. J. H. McGee and family left yesterday for the Lake of the Woods. Mr. McGee will return in, lay to look after his business, I, ut his family e;on to remain l that resort for a wook or so. Mi-.s Mary K. Mathes, daugh ter o( Mr. and Mrs. 11. (i. .Mat lies of t li in oily, who graduated this year from the University of Or egon, has accepted a position in laboratory work in I Oakland. Calif. She expects to leave shortly for her new work. ' Three members of the Minkler rluestra, Jerry llopan, Jinimle Jinuse und Darrell Minkler, went oi er to Hilt Saturday night to play for a dance. ? Chief of Police C. E. McLane mid wife of Grants Pa9s were vis itors in Ashland over the week end. ? I Mr. and Mm. A. M. M...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
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