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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 23 November 1921

TJTJgon iiuiorJciI Socle! Audll.irlutn ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS 0L. XLV ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1921 NO. 12 uppiy cur m OBSCURITY OF NEW YORK IS GOOD HP By LEO T. HEATLEY (I. N. S. Staff Correspondent) NEW YORK., Nov. 21. New York Is big; New York is cosmopolitan It Is even friendly. But New York Is also the crucible Into which the great come only to find that they have dwindled Into insignificance. The fame of Napoleon himself could ! not survive other and more immedl ate questions in this great city. All this is preliminary to the story of C. N. Haskell, Oklahoma's first! governor, a big political gun In that i state and a national figure until j become a serious menace to the wel he came to New York Haskell ! fare of the nation, in the opinion of went back to Oklahoma last month i federaI ottcMa on his first visit In five years. The newspapers there got out. special welcome editions, and the welkin rang from Altus to Miami, and fromj"dPe peddlers," who appear to ha...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 23 November 1921

Wednesday, Norenfof M, lMt Ashland Daily Tidings FEATURES EDITORIALS 0" Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1876 CREPE AND VELVET Happens About This Time of Year Published Every Wednesday by THB ASHLAND PRINTING CO. Favorite Fabrics Beautified by the Use of Lace. ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS OFFICIAL OITV AND COUNTY PAPER. TELEPHONIC 8. 8CRSCUIPTION RATES. t)ne Year $2 00 -.Sit Months , ... 125 'Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES. DisDlav Advertisements, each inch 30c ."Xoeal Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the word, each I time 1; J&egal Notices, each time, the line ...3 1-3C "Card of Thanks $1001 'Obituaries, the line 2 Ho . JTraternal orders and societies charg-1 Ing regular Initiation tees and dues, , regular rates. i J3lliirloiis and benevolent societies I will be charged at tba regular ad vertising rate for all advertising when an admission or collection is taken. , Legal Ilnl "First time, per 8 pt. line 10c ach subsequent time, per 8 pt. line 5c Entered at the Ashland, O...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 23 November 1921

Wednmdar, November 23, 1021 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGB THREB WASHINGTON j SIDELIGHTS Now Sherman Says Alaska's All Right !i rASHlNGmV What's the mat ter with Alaska? "IiumIciiiiii- and costly transportation." says Imn A. Sutherland, the Alaska dele gate In concress. "Too tmich rel tape," says the In terior department, which would take over the administrative funct Ions of all other department pertaining to Alaska. "Aliwntce government landlordism, divided departmental control, and hampered restriction of development of natural resources," says representa tive Curry, chairman of the house com mittee on territories, who is pressing for legislation to place all Alaska re sources at the disposition of a resident development board. President Harding and hli cabinet have devoted several sessions to dis cussion of. the Alaska problem. The house committee hes held extensive hearings on the Curry bill. Secretary of Agriculture Wallace dispatched E. A. Sherman, associate forester, to Alaska,...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 23 November 1921

face Forn ASIII. AND WT.EKIV TIDIMM ToeMliiy, November 22, 1021 ARABIAN DESEUl NOW CO.VQUERED BI AIRPLANES (Continued from Page 1) ahead that a way out ot the wilder-, ness of stones had been foundt The ground parties Bet to work anew and soon forced a passage through ten miles of back-breaking country Into the desert again, where the go ing was comparatively easy. A few dUys later ground connec tions were made with Bagdad when the armored cars arrived at the emergency ground at El-jid, 300 miles from Jerusalem. Operations were Boon pushed on from the Bagdad side, and Ramadie was entered soon after by both air and land. Bagdad was entered shortly afterward. Work Is now going on to perfect the emergency landing grounds, and in making permanent ground organ izatlon along the air route. Has Five Sets of Twins in Eight Year Weston, la. Mrs. Rose MeCorabs, wife of a farmer living near here, il the mother of the fifth pair of twin In eight years. AH the ten children are well. A sister of ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 23 November 1921

A SIM, AM) WKKKI.V TUMM.H TucMluy, November i, 1021 VAW nv. MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL By Giarle Sughroe GcWng rai W Hotel Clerk I! jeC5vU HU' PY FBI UC1!-- ?t&2 . ...... . . ' I KiJ 1 II',TT"l rjT.QJ 111 II v i- ill f5wi iSi I I w - iOr i-M j inn i hi v)M Ll;8SthA' ' ' rail 0olns t0 th ; yA circus? ! u! - 1 don't 1 XP ' I I want to, of coureo, Rf I I but I'll hvo m ! 1 J my wife's I' m -a : y- a f i . i ZffiLX KeI US $T ADN M0M 17X7 VJBL.Via WkNS.GAwr; VIE." T-T F 1 in a ij J s - - 1 NOO'OE SO ou, o?f. Ger Go Sight SEEiktfi" V -? f X . Mi K . - ' 1. 1 iac iitt. IP SM GOT TO PAN 41 AN FERUVVi 1 fit"' U WGHt "I Refuse to Allow Myself to Be Called a Zionist. I Am an American" By HE:y MORGENTHAU, in the World'i Work. BAR WOMAN SMOKING IM JAIL ,ri,AX:i madk von 1 . I 11KH.KP, CAMPAIGN, Th world owei t v e r y man a living. Maybe. But you've got to b e peraljtent If you want to collect. Reduced Price on THERMOS AND UNIVERSAL VACUUM BOTTLES Pints ........$1.50 to $3.75 Quarts. $2.50 ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 23 November 1921

f AGB BU ,t .,'... f9$l M I ' Th best Tilarfl to have Thanks. s , I vj i " r n ASHLANP WEEKLY TIDINGS ' U'cdnescliiy, November S3, 1021 0 - s giving: Dinner is Home. But if you can't be home, the best place on earth is the Tavern Cafe , ! You can depend on getting a real ; 1 Feast here skilfully prepared j dishes, made from the choicest, freshest Meats, Vegetables and Fruits. The pleasant, homelike surroundings will add to your enjoyment of the good food. ' Tavern Cafe 155 East Main Ashland The most important part of the Thanksgiving Feast is the Turkey, of course But it is equally import ant to know that your fowl is good and healthy, so the family may have no after-effects from the "big feed." A hig quantity of freshly killed Turkeys has just arrived. The prudent housewife will lose no time in choosing one of these fine birds. Prices are lower here than else where. Ashland Poultry and Fish Market 67 N. Main St. Kill ALL THE FIXIN'S FOR THANKSGIVING What a host of good things is he...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 23 November 1921

Wednesday, ftovemfet tt, 1W ISHLAJm WEEKLY TTDI5G3 pact nvn MCHE,THE PRINTER'S DEVIL By ChaHct Sugftroe Getting Even With the Hotel Clerk - wm fixw. w icuEw.Htt a iT7 -r- 5 nu i fi orrt Gcr T TlSt 1 " , wstcwoaij r MVS0$w aoss, ( nouw s . NooietPAt vtfu. C iff ho SlW Ht iOT Jj Hills Bros.graj I Coffee iHWa deserves careful tWmM making. Properly iM'WWmW made you will have JM mmWn a"WinningCup." 'lMpy Local and Personal Choice Guts and Others A few weeks ago a news paper man visited one of the wholesale markets of Swift & Company. He wanted to see a retailer buy a loin of beef and then watch the retailer sell the porterhouse and sirloin steaks from it over his counter. He thought this would make a good story. The head of the mar ket took the reporter into the "cooler" where he showed him a high class side of beef. With a wooden skewer he marked off the loin and said, "That would cost a retailer just 40 cents a pound, but it's only 8 per cent of the weight of the whole side. "This ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 23 November 1921

TAGE EIGHT. ASHLAND WEEKLY TTOINCW Wednesday, November 83, 1931 "Ashland News in Paragraphs Local and Personal : Side Lights ; MASONIC CALENDAR THIS WEEK j Gone .to Portland H. H. Gillette went to Portland 23, Tuesday Second de Ashland Lodge No. evening, November 22 gree. ' Malta Cominandery No. 4, Wed nesday evening, November 23. Order of the Temple. Supper served ear ly, at 6:15, before work. Siskiyou Chapter No. 21, Friday evening. November 25 P. M. and M. E. M. degrees. Sunday evening. The best Christmas present U a suit or overcoat tailored to measure. See the big values at Ores' $1.00 Profit Christmas Sale. Visited Medford Among the Ashland people who went to Medford FridLy were Mesr dames E. J. Roberts, E. E. Gall, J. E. and M E. Randies. Some remodeling at Helm's Club House, Kingsbury Springs Heat, check room, overhead orchestra, and everything tor Thanksgiving Eve dance, November 23. 1 It MICKIE SAYS r. SOM OR. CMlGWrea AVJM AX 9CH00U. NOUVU WEMEft. RAlaB HOW HUWGRM OU &...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 30 November 1921

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS OL. XLV ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1921 NO. 12 COiWElffl run AP IfflJSA on PERJURY CASE TOPS REAL UIUVV Jiicuica mgnwaj Dntigta; 8 Redding' Students Die; In Wrech IAL HUH OF IS Era SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 30. The sideshow that developed la the Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle trial here today almost eclipsed the "big top performance. Mrs. Minnie Neighbours, the de fense witness, charged by District Attorney Brady with perjury as the result of her testimony on behalf of the jovial comedian, being tried for manslaughter resultant from the death of Miss Virginia Rappe, came before Police Judge Jacks for a hearing this morning, Brady won bis fight for a two days continu ance of the case, although the de fense made a plea for an Immedi ate hearing of the perjury case. The state announced, after calling several rebuttal witnesses, that it :s m A n i TRACKS PERIL PORTLAND, Or., Nov. 30. The Columbia highway viaducts, which SCENC PRESERVATION ASH I I y 1IS1 TIMBER Tl...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 30 November 1921

A T&CH TWO ASHLAXD WTEKXt TIDINGS Wednesday, November 80, 1021 Ashland Daily Tidings EDITORIALS FEATURES Ashland Tidings Established 1876 3.Mished Every Evening Except Sunday D Apologies Accepted -THE ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNT!' PAPER TELEPHONE 39 - Subscription Price Delivered in City: On 8 month , $ .05 Three months 1.95 u months 3.75 Ob year 7.50 Mail and Kiiral Routes One month $ .65 Three months 1.95 Six months 3.50 . One year 6.5( ADVKRTIHING RATES j Display Advertising $3ngle insertion, each inch 30c. YEARLY CONTRACTS Display Advertising ' One time a week 27Wc Two Umes a week .25 c. Every other day 20 c Local Renders ' 3&aA line, each time 10c To run every other day for one month, each line, each time. . 7c "To run every issue for one month -or more, each line, each time. , 5c Classified Column 'One cent the word each time. To run every issue for one month xr more, He the word each time. Legal Rata Vint time, per 8-point line 10c 3aeu subsequent tim...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 30 November 1921

Wednesday, XoTember 30, 021 ASHLAND WEEKLV TIDIXCS PAGH THKESf: JUST SO Pluck loses no time on ac count of hard luck. Willi his first watch r small boy lids the time (if his life. Faith would hnve 1111 easy time of It If doiiht didn't camp on Its trull. Some men manage to clmlgc enough work to keep a dozen people busy, A strenuous season makes a society bud look like the lust rose of summer. With the exception of trouble nnd children, the more the aver age jaii has the more lie wants. If 4 THE EIGHT AGES OF WOMAN A clever womnn hits arranged a scries of tables to show the life of the averiice" woiiiiiii. Holleil down U thinks It's something like this: Kahyhood to 15 Childhood. 1!i to IS Carefree time; fiuj, frivolity and tieuiix; eleven n every jou nmrry between these ages. 18 tn 24 "Ik-ginning to work, either lor self-support, - pin money or career; thirty of every ltf) are wage earners nnd fifty-i ne In every 100 nmrry lietween these aires. , 24 to .'ITr-Mfe In earnest, with nln t...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 30 November 1921

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Wednesday, November 80, 1921 pacb Forn MS ojv Miguel Fakrel Tht hrro of Pfttr B. Krne'a in Wfitcm novel, "The Pride of Palomar, "in California!) with wit u Celtic 11 hit lait name and gallantry ai Spanish aa hit firit CONGRESH PASSES ACT FOR REHABILITATION OF HAWAII HONOLULU, T. H., Nov 29. The rehabilitation of the Hawaiian race which In the last century and quarter, or since the advent of the white man, has dwindled from a sturdy quarter of a million to 25, 000 souls, Is a problem which has agitated the entire country .daring the past few years. . This agitation culminated in the passage by the present congress earlier this year of the Hawaiian Homes act, under which It Is planned gradually to re habilitate the Hawaiian race by put ting Its people back on the land. The first experiment under the new act will be tried on the Island of Molo kal, starting probably early In 1922, and until the experiment has been 5n operation for several years Its ul timate succ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 30 November 1921

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGE FmC Betty's a Star Ft".. 4 'mm' Wednesday, Novemb801021 L vjl Jjjf jM SHOULD SURVIVE "Do you think this poem of mini will live?" "It ought to. It looms pretty ounh." Lo baruto es euro A bargain Ii !ear. Qulen pocosuble, presto lo reza He who knows little soon tells It. m Ir por lana, y volver trnsqullado To go for wool and come back thorn. -XT' i V . - Hetty Cnmpson makes her debut u Paramount star In "At tlx Kml of the World," the motion plo lure which also marks the advent of I'litrhyn Sliinlnws, noted artist, us ii ciiit-itin director. Amur y saber no puede per No one i can love and be wise at the same time. IMos me llhre de hombre de un llbro God deliver mo from a man of one book. WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 30. Tte famous Shantung controversy between Japan and "China will form-, ally come before the disarmament conference Friday, it was learned today, following the secret session! ot the committee on Far East ques ! t.onn, before which tbe Issue wag up! t...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 30 November 1921

Wednesday, November !'0, 102t TACK SIX ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS SUV1ET JAILED WIFE OF U. S. MAN AS SPY Seized When Her Husband, Offl I cer of Near East Relief, ' Leaves Tifiis. . What happens to the foreigner locked up as a political suspect even tinder the supposedly mild rule of this iuviet niny bo Juiced from the case of Mrs. Llanu Kdwnrds, the Uussluu wife of James Edwards of Youngs town, Ohio, who has been released through the efforts of the Dutch con sul, representing United States Inter ests here. Mrs. Edwards had a perfectly good passport, obtained as the wife of Jnines Edwurds, whom she married at TlIUs litoeu months ago while lie was an officer of the Near East relief, lie went away on business, so he told ber, and hus not since returned. When Georgia passed aguln Into the hands of Moscow last March, after aeveral years as an Independent re public, Mrs. Edwards fled with many otherB to liatum, but there decided to remain and take her chances. She worked for a time as transla...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 30 November 1921

Wednesday, November 80, 1021 MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL HERE k 0OS Solln &OSS ""NOU AW AWMOR? UAMUAM I BUY oo oo A tvmhG THosioo&rW lgU ADVERTISING- FER, AW 1 1f -r, ' - W NOP eoOUOWf great i MW00T?RE)0O6 EXPERTS tf) jSoGPl YM ' AMUODtl , SMARM 4MAVUEEyC 11 N - "7 A" AEROPlAVtel FT fiTT Til? 3 CvvOMUt' YrtVrW'W PlCOWJDlAM0WJVlftC0OlJ j linSsT o? 6 lO fM Start t: 7 M (could, yco -n risFlfl J -J twat l-EJ 1 OBMH "3 I jjg. W. A. SHELL J0 ALSAYS: " ' ' - Miss marion HOLUNS BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL 'i'? f Hi hardest nuu to crack REMEMBER IT - I BARBER lluv,; 8W,,eit ' t inside. ft E One cent the word each tlms. - ' . 1-0-3 . -i tfillilrAn'a nwii a " Mj as cool us a cucumber." . .... T X: X I I f r J ,.... ,.. . . . , uouu health 8 mankinds great- J J Special., H"H U'"' U 1 ClU2",bur' auwa'? eat blessing. Abounding vitality, W ' Tu smiles and sunshine pre the "aid-' VJ Safety blades resharpened ... , , like new. Single bit. 30c doz. Dobule bit, 60c doz. ." UnrA hlitilxn " ij... ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 30 November 1921

aAGB EIGHT ASHLANB TTEEKLY TIDIXG3 Ashland News in Paragraphs Local and Personal Side Lights known as the Dew Drop Inn, will hare its electrical and other cooking equipment open for the Inspection ot the public, Space has been re served for a comfortable rest room for tourists and local shopperei The "Dew Drop Iun" will open Decem ber 7 and will serve the public from 8:30 a. ra. to 8:30 p. m. Ashland Defeated- ' , 1 (') Maker W i-Manrf am were defeat- Leslie rrice, wao wuuu d in the volley ball' games played dy store and Ice cream parlor In, v at the high school gymnasium last the Enders block, has rented thej For pleating, see Ones. evening between Ashland and Med- room now occupy u, to.rH h.lnBM men. under the dl-.tteaiiy compauj, - --". " 69tf I First and Main From Diwsmulr rectlon of Cash WooJ. ocunty Y. M. streets. He expects 10 iuu. . iu. .. Duiu. r A secretary. Each team was to new location within a few days. Mr. . company engineer, was an Ashland tl.nn MniA, hilt HO tllA Vis...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 7 December 1921

" n'-'forfonl ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS OL. XLV ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1921 NO. 13 DE1HT1 MFNT'S PFfflBT I IUU 11V lll-l Will nr wriivn uinnii 1H- H UU UK Ul ILHIIU IIUIVIV SHRINERS INITIATE H CANDIDATES AT j CONVENTION HERBl I E' EDWARDS (From Dully Tidings) Hilluu Temple, Ashland head- I quurtera of the Shrlnere Masonic lodge, wag the 'scene of their big an- jiiuui business meeting, initiation or new canuiuates, social session ana general good time yesterday. The Armory was utilized by the men in the afternoon and evening until 11 1I1UD tH kUDtVn I.Ulfl CI Sitl'L'LJ ,.vr,n 0.clocki when they wera jolned bjr 10S HOME DEMONSTRATION'S the ladles whn hail mntlm heen CHARGE DRY AGENT m BOOTLEGGING MEDFORD, Or., Dec. 6. A. B. Gates, a special prohibition agent, and chief witness for the state In several of the bootlegging cases NEIGHBORS CHASE TROUBLE NOME FIRE MAKER FROM FARM WITH ROPH D. M. Lowe, the well-known dry laud farm and fair exhibitor, Is help ing Install an exh...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 7 December 1921

Wednesday. December 3, M- Ashland weekly (tidings Something to be Thankful for MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL By Charles Sughroe Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1876 13 WILL VOO PVEKSe I.AST WGRY DReWJED TUA-T THE VIOL 1 -y Published Every Wednesday by THS. ASHLAND PRINTING CO. VJAS CHASM Wet'. UMi DOWtt pemLNlAJWM FOU.OWEP MS TOTUe WWTBWOUSB-'TWEP ' VJOVF?' to Get im BOnr me poop- w wv- - OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER. -CUE VUOLF WAS AT MN VAEEw - WPtv TELEPHONE 89. . I I . :. : . .K. I . y wm t l - 7lf WM I I r I M' A I - f WXY I - n. I IS . J -?4H lit SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year J-00 Six Months Three Months 76 ADVERTISING RATES. Display Advertisements, each inch ?c Local Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the word, each lm. ic Legal Notices, each time, the n9 S l-3i Card of Thank U-JI Obituaries, the line rinii nniin and societies charg lng regular initiation fees and dues, regular rateB. Religious and benevolent societies will be charged at the regular ad vertising rate ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 7 December 1921

, Wednesday, Docenibcr i, loSSi AsHLANTJ WfiEKtt TIDINGS AGB tSSEfl Local and Personal MONDAY'S XKWS Mrs. Mary Larder Funeral Tbe body of Mrs. Mary Larder was laid to rest in Mountain View cemetery Sunday afternoon, follow ing tbe funeral, wblcb was beld from tbe home at 123 B street. Rev, C. A Edwards officiated, und H. C. Stock, undertaker, hud charge of the remains, Mrs. Lar&r died Friday ufternoon at 3 o'clock, at the age of seventy years. She leaves a hus band, son and daughter, who live here In Ashland. Mora Safety liovtw The Citizens' National bank yes terday installed another section of safety deposit boxes. This complete ly fills their vault, the new. boxes being necessary to uccommodato ad ditional customers. Moving to Liberty Strwl D. F. Kay, of the Automotive phop, is moving from D'J Union street to Liberty Btreet. Moving to Itellevieiv Robert Avery Is moving from Granite street to a farm near Belle vlew. Here from Duiismuir J. W. Mugness came up from I)unHniulr Frid...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 7 December 1921

ttedmWt Peocinbw 6, itiiJv Aaiaiiro Wtafttt ttomi LOW I AND PERSONAL TI EMIAY'S XES Going to HUdebrnnd Fred Beck, who has been visiting his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Powell, at their home on A street, yeft this morning for Hil debrand, Klamath county, to visit his son. Mr. Beck is a former farm er who has had very interesting ex perience the past few years, work ing on the highway and in the navy yard at Vallejo, visiting the Yosem ite. National park and San Fran cisco which he had not seen for thirty-fire years seeing his child ren at Salem and Ashland, after liv ing for a half life time on a fron- tier farm. Mr. Beck has two broth ers In Stuttgart, Germany, who write that conditions are very hard In the old country, where the government takes out ten per cent of even lab orer's wages. Jeweler III 0. H. Johnson, proprietor of a local jeweler shop, is ill at bis home 165 North Main street, Mr. Johnson was suffering from a bad cold yes terday and Is today confined t...

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