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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 18 January 1922

VnWtnhs tt Oman Comr ASHLAND WEEKLY T ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1922 0L. XLV NO. 20 NEW IRELAND GOVERNMENT FUNCTIONING FINAL FORMALITIES OF AP PROVING TREATY WITH ENG. LAND ARE NOW COMPLETE. Arthur Griffith Become Supreme' Authority; Ministers Appointed Include with Two Exceptions, Mem be of Republican Cabinet. DUBLIN, Jan. 17. The provision &1 government of the Irish free state Is now a functioning body. Final formalities of approving the treaty with England were carried out when, after a historic meeting In the Mansion House of representa tives of the southern Irish constita encles, who formally ratified the treaty, Earoona J. Duggan took to Dublin cattle a copy of the treaty Igned by the members of the new government. Sixty-five members, elected to sit In the house of commons In southern Ireland, attended the morning meet ing. No women representatives nor any other adherents to Eamonn de Valera, republican ex-presldent, were present. First on the list of eight m...

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 January 1922

u AsiAAJni yeekl HflrtfGS Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1 876 Published Every Wednesday by THB ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITV AND COUNTY TAPER. TELEPHONE 89. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 12.00 Six Months 1-26 Three Months .76 lc ADVERTISING KATES, f 'liin'- Alvertit-9Juoi!t8t each f ..f 30c if.-. a Readers, tlie line.' H t t '.&if'.id Ccuxti. tU oid. each 1 Ur.e k.i.at:ii N',::m6 euft lime, the Ue 31"3c Card of Thanks $100 Obituaries, the line 2c Fraternal orders and societies charg ing regular initiation lees ana aues regular rates. uIii:Ious and benevolent societies will be charged at the regular ad vertlsing rate for all advertising when an admiRslon or collection is taken. Legal Halts First time, per 8 pt. line 1H Each subseouent tune, per 8 nt linn t' PROHIBITION SERVICE AT PRESBYTERIAN HUH SUNDAY DRAWS LARGE AUDIENCE Entered at the Ashland, Oregon. Pnntnffica as second class man matter. II Oil DECREASE S OREGON 21 The production of precious metals In Oregon in 19t...

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 January 1922

ASHtAjfB WStklY ftbtifSg Local and Personal (From Monday's bally) High School Basket Ball The Ashland high school basket ball team will play the Talent high school team at the local high school gymnasium Tuesday evening. Ladle Aid Will Meet The ladles aid of the M. E. church will hold a business and social meet ing at the home of Mrs. Van Fossen on North Main street Wednesday afternoon. Chamber Commerce Luncheon- Ben Scovell, dramatic reader and I humorous entertainer, will be the principal speaker at the Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Hotel Ashland Tueaday. Annual Banquet The annual banquet of the cham ber of commerce will be held Tues day evening, January 24 at the Armory. Epworth League Prof. I. C. Wilson lead the Ep worth League Sunday evening. The subject was "Campus Life" and per tained to the Influence that the church has over the lives of college students and the help that it gives along this line. Miss Caroline Tllton delighted the leagures with, a piano solo. '.Visits...

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 January 1922

A6HtA) WEEKLT ttOUffiS PAE rOlH 4 Local and Personal (From Tuesday's Dally) Able to be Oui- Mr. Rose Peffley, of Sixth street, who has been quite 111 (or some time It able to be out again. Revival Meetings January 27 Mrs. Josephine Chample, pastor of the Christian church of this city ex pects to begin a revival at the Chris tian church on January 27 to last for Just ten days. Music of good quality and volume will be one of the attractions of the meetiugs. - Vitfltor from Klrby Mil. S. C. Williamson of Klrby, Or., 1 in" town visiting. Dinner Guest J. IV. Wright and family, of Mountain avenue, were dinner guests at the Frank Gulslnger home on the Boulevard Sunday. CMC Improvement club, All money ed at the party will go toward Ming of the club house. En tertainment during the afternoon consisted of cards and fancy work. A two course luncheon was served and thoroughly enjoyed by all pres ent. Visiting from Talent Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Parks from near Talent visited friends In town yesterda...

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. — 25 January 1922

. Jnlerilfy 0f oron Cem- LY TIDING OL. XLV A8HL4ND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1922 NO. 21 ASHLAND WEEK S t Y MEDFORD, Jan. 23. Attorney Gus Newberry of this c(Jy will file for circuit judge at the spring pri mary, according to an announcement today an,d with Charles M. Thomas, makes two avowed candidates for uio position, umer names lurs in the background, Including Attorney H. D. Norton of Grants Pass, as the entry on the democratic ticket. No official announcement of the entry of Norton In the race bas been made, and It Is generally conceded that the race on the republican ticket Is between Newberry and Thomas. Friends of Councilman T. V. Miles are urging him to enter the race, but be flatfootedly refuses. It is also political gossip that Attorney New ton Borden is not prone to make the race for the democratic nomina tion. For the legislative places Ben Sheldon hag announced his candi dacy for the state senate, and Ver non Vawter and Ralph Cowglll are tentative candidates for...

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. — 25 January 1922

Ashland Weekly Tidings Established J 876 Published Every Wednesday by THB ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITY AND COVXTY PAPER. TELEPHONE 89. subscription rates. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.25 Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES. Display Advertisements, e a h inch 30c Local Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the word, each time lc Legal Notices, each time, the line 3 l-3c Card of Thanks $1.00 Obituaries, the line 2 ',4c Fraternal orders and societies charg- ing regular initiation foes and dues, regular rates. Religious and benevolent societies will be charged at the regular ad vertising rate for all advertising when an admission or collection is taken. Lopnl Rate First time, per 8 pt. line lOr Each subsequent time, per 8 pt. line 5c Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postofflce as second class mail matter. OBITUARY (From Saturdays Dally) DONALD PIRYES WILLIAMS Donald Purves Williams was born February 1, 190G, at 661 Iowa street, Ashland. Wtjth )the excepr tion of a temporary residen...

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. — 25 January 1922

Local and Personal (From Monday' Bally) To Visit Daughter Mrs. L. M. Case, mother of Mrs Fred Wagner, left Sunday (or Los Angeles where she will visit her daughter tor a few weeks. She ac companied Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Leeds, who are called here on ac count of the death of Mrs. W. H. Leeds, and were returning home. Returns To Stanford Barclay Leeds left Sunday for Stan lord University where he Is attend ing school. To Enter Law Firm Albert Leeds who was called here on account of his mothers death will remain here for a few weeks He will return to San Francisco the first of next month where be will enter a law firm there, having just finish ed the law course at Stanford when called home. Ladles' Art Club Meeting The Ladies' Art club meets tonight In Pioneer hall at 7:30. The hos tesses will be Mesdames F. J. Ahl atrom and C. Bangham. New Semester The new semester of Ashland schools began today without any unusual happenings and every thing Is going along in fine shape. Banket Ball ...

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. — 25 January 1922

AsitLAND WEEKLY TtDUGii LOCAL AND PERSONA! (From Tuesday's Dally) Visiting Friends Clayton MacLean was down from Core Ranch over Sunday visiting Paul and Fred Koehler. He reports six Inches of snow In the hills and pretty good skating on the ponds. Club to Moot The Ladies' Elk club, will meet Thursday afternoon In their club rooms. The hostesses will be Mrs. F. G. Swedenburg and Mrs. George N. Kramer. Entertained at Dinner- Mrs. Fred Brookmlller, of Morton street, entertained at dinner Sunday evening Mrs. Emma McKlbben and Mrs. George Roblson. Entertains Cla Miss Margaret McCoy entertained the teachers training class of the Presbyterian church at her home on Terrace street Saturday evening The class, together with several In vlted guests, enjoyed a delightful ev enlng together, Wright's Smoke for meat HART'S. EL 1 Visiting Sister Mrs. A. H. Peachey, of Lincoln street, Is enjoying a visit from her sister, Mrs. Reese from Oklahoma who recently arrived In the city. Left for Grants Pass...

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. — 1 February 1922

KLY TIDINGS VOL. XLV ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1922 NO. 22 ASHLAND WEE mm wins H EUGENE IN lllfti GAME SCHOOL SHOWS'1 fr a 'ew. "onth- Uel "lcl':Some additional shelves and cases, LOCAL HIGH EFFECT OF INTENSIVE TRAIN-! I NO BV EXTRAORDI NARY GOOD TEAMWORK. While Several Fouls Were ml t ted, Both Teams are niendable for the Clejin Played. (ton.-Com-Game Some 600 basuetbull enthusiasts vera present at the high school gymnasium Saturday evening to wit ness the game between Eugene high school and the local high school quintet. A preliminary game was nlaual V.atttaan ,a utfla' .nam nffllllTP. II While Hnfl Will MA nPrrPCMV r::'z:u 7.:: :::; , ; iue uibu buuuui aim me aluuiiu gins and resulted In tne score of 7 to 28 In favor or the high school. The alumni apparently have not had the practice of late to put them In shape to meet the girls of the high school j who show the benefit of hard train-!' lng. At a few minutes before nine o'clock the Ashland team put In their appeara...

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. — 1 February 1922

AshLAN'D WEEKLY TEOlXCa Yee1npstty, February 1, Ashland Weekly Tidings Established J 376 Published Every Wednesday uy THB ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITY AXD COUNTY TAPER, TELEPHONE S9. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 2.00 Six Months 125 Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES. J)lsplay Advertisements, each lnoh 30c Local Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the word, each time 1 Legal Notices, each time, the line 3 1-3' Card of Thanks $100 Obituaries, the line 2V4c Fraternal orders and pocietles charg ing regular initiation fees and dues, regular rates. Religious and benevolent societies will be charged at the regular ad Tertising rate for all advertising when an admission or collection is taken. Legid Rate First time, per 8 pt. line 10r Each subsequent time, per 8 pt. line or Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postoffice as second class mail natter. More Cold Says Weather Man Portland, Jan. 30. The Pacific northwest is in the grip of another spell of real winter. The minimum here was 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. — 1 February 1922

Wednesday, ttkmrf i, 10211 AsmASti trfcfiftit iibixoa (t Local and Personal (From Monday's Dally) Former Resident Dies Word was received Sunday morn ing by Mrs. E. F. Gattis, of Gresham street, of the death of her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Shirley, who passed away at St. Louis, Mo., Sunday morning at 6 o'clock. Death was due to valv ular trouble of the heart. . Mrs. Shir ley lived for a Bhort time In Ash land and made many warm friends, who will always remember her for her gentleness and kindness. Besides her mother, Mrs. Shirley Is survived by her husband, George L. Shirley of St. .Louis, two brothers, James and Herbert Horan, and a sister, Mrs. Louise Peterson,' all of Sabula, Iowa. The body will be placed tem porarily in a vault In St. Louis. Visiting at Drain Andrew Redlfer, of Eighth street, is visiting relatives In Drain, Or., this week, and will visit at Myrtle Creek en route home. Recovering from Illness Rufus Trusty, of Fifth street, who has been suffering from an attack of gall...

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. — 1 February 1922

Wednesday, February 1, 102i PAOH FOUR 4 AsniAkii weekly tiding Local and Personal (From Tuesday's Daily) Return from Alameda Mrs. Selma Gray, who went to Alameda, Calif., about Christmas! time to visit her parents, returned! to Ashland Monday. Mrs. Gray re ports a very enjoyable visit, but Is glad to get back to Ashland, and will be located a: her old position at SIc Gee's dry goods store. Confined to Her Home Mrs. C. C. Darling, of North Main street, has been confined to her homo for the past several days, but is slightly Improved at this time Visits from Hilt C. A. Brown, of Hilt, Calif., was In Ashland visiting friends over Sun day. Returns from fcos Angel W. D. Jackson, who lives on his ranch some two miles east of town, has just returned from Los Angeles and viclnl:y, and reports the wea ther there as being anythin? but agreeable. Business Picking I'p The business of the Eastern Sup ply company, on East Main street, has Increased to such an extent that it became necessary to ob...

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. — 8 February 1922

Weekly . t AOL.XLV ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1922 NO. 23 ASHLAND idinos Medford To Have Large Dept. Store J. W, Hamilton, of Vancouver, B. C, former supervisor of Woodwards Ltd. department store of that city, will have the fBUjjervlslon of the new department store to be opened up In the M. P. & H. building, Med ford, by Mrs. Jean H. Bateman. The department store will occupy the various floors of the building, to the extent of 36,000 square feet. It will be known as Medford Center and will be comprised of 40 depart ments. Most of the concessions have been let to Medford people, those from out of town granted conces sions being required to take ten year leases. The M. F. & H. company will move out, but whether to a new location or to a new building built for them .has not been decided. MARCH IS FINAL DAY FOR FILING INCOME RETURN'S OREGON TO GET $1,870,044 FOR FOREST ROADH WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 4. "Fifteen millions have been appropri ated by the secretary of agri...

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. — 8 February 1922

iskiAJrt) ttEE wi?fd3 AshLnJ Weekly lidings Established 1S76 Published Every Wednesday by TH8 "ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNT! PATER. TELEPHONE 80. SCBSCRIPIION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Month! 1-25 Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES. Display Advertisements, each inch Sc Local Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the word, each time le Leeal Notices, each time, the line Sl-3c Card of Thanks 10U Obituaries, the line 2ftc Fraternal orders and societies charg ing regular initiation lees ana aues reeulnr rates. religious and benevolent societies will be charged at the regular ad vertising rate for all advertising when an admission or collection is taken. Legal Rate First time, per 8 pt. line 10r Each subsequent time, per 8 pt. line Bl" Euiered at the Ashland, Oregon Postoffice as secoud class mail matter. HELP THE AUTOMOBILE TRAVELER TO LINGER A LITTLE LONGER So reads the heading of a letter written by Gus Holms, managing secretary of the National Park-to-Park Highway a...

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. — 8 February 1922

ASHiAJrti wtfiSiK TtsHrdil Local and Personal (From Monday's Dally) Birthday Party at Talent Peter Murray, who resides on a rural route near Talent, celebrated Ms 76 th birthday on the second day of February at his home. The guests of the day were Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wilson, of Medford, and Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Wilson, from the state of Maine. Quite a few nice presents were received by Mr. Murray. Pendleton Roundup Date September 21, 22 and 23 have been set for Round-up days this year at Pendleton. Mn. WUson Ill Mrs, Fred T. Wilson those on the sick list Is among live Wires Have Party The Live Wire Sunday school class of the Baptist church met at the home of their teacher, Glenn Inman, Friday evening and spent the time Jn games, light refreshments being 'served at a later hour, after which the boys reluctantly left for their homes. Popular Even in Winter Our camp ground Is used In win ter as well as In the summer time by some of our neighbors. Twelve Grants Pass high school students d...

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. — 8 February 1922

ifHiUihi titmM ttmsm SSS&Sl Local and Personal (From Tuesday's Daily) Baby Boy- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Silver are the Barents of an eight pound boy born Friday at a local hospital. Both mother and boy are doing nicely. Left for Indiana . Mr. and Mrs. Roy Downing, who have been living In Ashland the past lew months, left Sunday evening for their former home in Indiana, where they have purchased a farm. visitors are gladly welcomed kt this meeting. .Notice to Members of the Farm Bureau This is to notify you that we are agents for the Kelly-Spring field tires for southern Jackson county, Wt are fully prepared to take care of all members of the as sociation. Diz & Son, 399 East Main St. Phone 116. It Returns Home- Mrs. D. . Bush has returned to her home near Siskiyou after spend ing a month in Ashland. Hotel Ashland Guests Among "the late arrivals at the Hotel Ashland are the following: S. Russell, H. J. Thrall, C. Stevens, Roseburg; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cash, Montague, Calif.; J. M. ...

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. — 15 February 1922

i D WEEKLY TIDINGS 0L. XLV ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1922 NO. 24 Oregon History As Seen on Today we are celebrating the sixty-third anniversary of the admission of the state ol Oregon to the United States. It U altogether proper and fitting that we note aome of the events of the early Oregon days ap to the time that our wonderful state was made one of the United States. The first record that we have of a white man setting foot on Oregon oil Is In the year 1792, when Cap tain Gray, an American fur trader from Boston, entered the mouth of the Columbia river In his ship, nam ing the river after his ship, the "Col umbia." During the same year, Cap tain Vancouver of the-British navy explored 30 miles up the Columbia nd named many of the prominent places In Its course. Near the same date Oregon received Its name from a traveler by the name of Captain Carver, who spent a winter among the Sioux Indians. On his return, he spoke of a great western river and called It the Oregon...

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. — 15 February 1922

r Xfiat, i is, i& 4 Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THH ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTT PAPER. TELEPHONE 39. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 2 0 0 Six Months i.z Three Months 5 ADVERTISING RATES. Display Advertisements, e a o h inch 30c Local Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the word, each tint! 1 Legal Notices, each time, the line 3 1-3c Card of Thanks $1.U0 Obituaries, the line 2"cin nad at the close of 1921. I r.1i Win UJ -- leraa.ti j when in 1 hen r ! A c, ..cli sub..' 1 1. line rale ..I m. II . d a. lisili. 1,1 co'leclion IB ; on E .tereu at the Ashland, Oregon. Pos. office as second class mail mat'r. ' PUBLIC FORUM HOW COME? Editor 'lldings: L.st Tuesday afternoon while waiting In front of the Junior high school I watched an Incident which surely should Interest everyone. Three young lads about 13 or 14 years old, came out of the building and stopped on )the walk. prom various pockets came "the makings" and they calm...

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. — 15 February 1922

Local and Personal (From Monday's Dally) Ladies Ait Club The Ladles Art club will meet to Sight. . at. the Pioneer hall at 7:30 Mrs. William Myers and Mrs. Louis Schwein are the hostesses. All par ties having any dishes or linens will please return them to the club. Go To Portland- Mrs. H. H. Olllett and daughter, Marjorle, left (or Portland Saturday evening, where tbey will spend a few days. Bosket Ball- The Ashland high school basket ball quintet will Journey to Rose burg Wednesday evening, where they will endeavor to hold up the record made to date against the Roseburg team. Seriously III Mrs. Sarah Kentor has been quite 111 at her home on Factory street the illness being caused from gall stones. In Town From Wegner Creek Howard Combs of Wegner creek was in town Saturday and took din ner with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rose. Called Back to Portland Bishop Sumner, who Whs to have officiated at Trinity Episcopal church Sunday evening, was called back to Portland, leaving on train 64 Sun d...

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. — 15 February 1922

auh hit irt'iTW Wis Local and Personal (From Tuesday's Daily) All Day Meeting of Ladles Aid Ths Ladles Aid society of the NethodiBt Episcopal church will hold an all-d.y meeting at the church Wednesday, and all ladles are asked to bring their lunch and stay from early to late. There will be a busi ness meeting at 2:30 p. m. to be fol lowed by a general social meeting. Strangers are especially Invited. Birthday Party j Rutu feebler, little daughter of .c.luju .o It, httle girl friends and shoolma.es In honor of her seventh birthday. The little folks spent the afternoon In games and frolics of various kinds and af ter having delicious refreshments, all wera taken to their homes with bright and shining faces by Mr. Peebler. Advtrtlsing Film A two reel film, entitled "Ask 'em to l ay," was shown last night at the Legion hall at Medford. This film is shown for the benefit of the automobile and accessory dealers of this section, and Is both interesting and Instructive. Mr. Woods, of the E...

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