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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 29 March 1922

AND WEEKLY TIDINGS OL-XLV ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 192.5 NO. 30 ASHL U INVESTORS WILL BE HERE ON API 15 Formal Announcement of Their Coming Made Yesterday by Vice-President McCormick. Vets Can Borrow On Bonded Land AFTER conference with Mr, McCormick yesterday, Mr. Greer an nounce Unit Ills prospective hold inventors will visit Ash land about April IStlu Mr. McCormick and Mr. Ricliuiond have gotten Mr. Alien I'ollock Interested. In t lie Ashland project, mid ho will accompnny them liere to look over tlio local situation. Mr. Pollock built tho Saint Francis hotel at San Francisco, and the past five years has completely reorganized the Palme hotel llierti. Both Mr. Richmond and Mr. Pollock are hotel men of wide experience and ample capital and have the hearty support, mid endorsement of the Southern Pacific Company, as men amply experienced and able to handle the Ashland project, if they can be Interested, in a bi; way. Mr. Greer will leave for Burbunk, Calif., in a few d...

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. — 29 March 1922

ASHLANlj WEEKLY tiding f Agh two Ashland Weekly T! Established J 87 Published Every Wedneuy uy THH ASHLAND PRIXTLNO CO. OFFICIAL CITY A -YD COUNTY PAPER. , TELEPHONE 89. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year IJ-00 Six Month Tores Months ADVERTISING RATES. Display Advertisements, etch Inch ?JJC Local Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the word, each time 10 Legal Notices, each time, the i:..e J- Card of Thanks L00 Obituariefl, the line .ttc Fraternal orders and societies charg ing regular initiation fees and dues, regular rates. Rellgioui 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 10c Each subsequent time, per 8 nt Una BC - - -- Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postoffics as second class mall matter. AUTO CAMP FEE The wisdom of imposing a fee of 60 cents a day on tourists camping in our auto park would seem to be a debatable question which should be thoroughl...

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. — 29 March 1922

IE FOUNTAIN INSTALLED HERE Nlnlnger and . Warner have just completed Installation of the new fountain In their store at the corner of Main and Pioneer streets. They will be ready to serve the public in a few days. The fountain was manufactured by the Weber Showcase and Fixture company of Los Angeles, and was In stalled under the supervision of J. E. Lautfenburger, and employe of the company, whose headquarters are at Portland. This fountain Is the finest one In southern Oregon or uorthern California. The wood of the back bar Is of southern gum with the natural fin ish, and the doors of the cabinet have art glass Instead of wood pan els. The counter Is made of white ,Hallan marble Imported from Italy. All of i he metal Is pure German sil ver. The fountain Is equipped with a milk pump, running water In the dish vats, and a patent glass-washing arrangement. All of the Ice cream cabinets are Inclosed in the cold stor age boxes of the fountain, as well as are syrups and crushed fruits. I...

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. — 29 March 1922

Wednesday, March 20, 1 friJ Local and Personal - Gold Hill Visitor fort to maice tne reception a com- or umum mo umo un plete success, and were on hand to sale- w H CANN0N see that eevry want of the guests q0.B. we( ' Register. (From Saturday' Dally) VUlttng from Dunsmuir Mrs. Jack Cpton, of Dunsmuir. Calif., Is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mr. A. N. Humphrey at 111 B street for a few days. Demonstrating Bed Springs Swenson and McRae are demon s'.rating the De Luxe bed springs in ihelr window this week. The De Luxe company has a campaign on this week, and these springs are -being shown In the wludows of every dealer who handles them In the inlted States. 1.. jvea fr The Dalles 0. D. Doane, who has been visit ing with Mary Wilshlre for the past few days, has left for The Dalles. Having Car Overhauled Mrs. Phil Mugler, whose car went down a bank on the highway some two weeks ago and was placed in running order by Dlz and Son, has brought It back to. be completely overhauled. Operat...

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. — 5 April 1922

) ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS OLXLV ASHLAND, OREGON, WRDN K I v Y, APRIL 5, 1922 NO. 31 ENDERS STORES DURING NIGHT GAINED ENTRANCE JIY SMASH ING WINDOW IN BEAU OF THK BUILDING LOCAL ELDERLY COUPLE ! CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY Got Away With Enough Loot to Hurt A Clothing Store on u Small Scale Left No Clue to Trace Their Flight. The H. Q'. Endera and Company store was burglarized last night by unknown parties and a great amount or stock taken. Entrance was gained by breaking the glass lu the upper sash of a win dow In the rear of the building, un locking the window and then raising the bottom sash and entering. While It Is not known definitely Just what wur taken from the large stock of merchandise, It Is thought that some 12 or 15 suits of men's clothing were taken, together with a quantity of silk hose for both men and women, and osine men's silk shirts. They also took at least two suit cases, Jn which It is presumed they carried away their loot. Upon entering the store this morn ing it was not...

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. — 5 April 1922

A " """" . ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Wednesday, April 5, 1022 PAGE TWO Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THS ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER. TELEPHONE 80. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 12.00 Six Months ...v..- 1.86 Tliiee Months 76 ADVERTISING RATES. Display Advertisements, each liuh , S0 Local Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the word, each time lc Legal Notices, each time, the li:.e 3 1-Sc Card of Thanks $1.0 Obituaries, the line Iftc Fraternal orders and societies cnarg ing regular initiation fees 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. Legal Rate First time, per 8 pt. line lOr Each subseauent time, per a pt. line Be Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postofflce as second class man matter. THE NEW EDITOR It Is no faltering or Inexperienced hand with which the new editor has gripped the helm of...

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. — 5 April 1922

0 Wednesday, April S, 1022 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGE THREE . 12 FEET A DAY AI 111 Work on the Trigonla oil well Is progressing as rapidly as it can be pushed and it Is now going down at the rate of twelve feet a day. Gyp sum Band and lime cemented, is the formation through which the drill has been boring in the last thirty five feet, showing decided evidence of petroleum gas. Every balling is now showing this gas, and as It flows over the bailer, can be readily light ed. Experts declare this Is positive evi dence that the volatile elements in this region have not been exhausted and experience has proved that oil in commercial quantities can reason ably be expected within the next few hundred feet. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Montana Oil Mows It la of interest to quite a few people of this section of the country to learn that the Gordon Campbell Kevin syndicate oil well has struck oil, according to reports received in the city during the past week or so. The report states that the well woul...

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. — 5 April 1922

pies rots Wednesday, April 5, LOCAL AND PERSONAL Home from Hospital Ramona Harrell, who was operat ed on several days ago at the local hospital, was removed to her home Monday and Is getting along nicely. C. 12, Meeting Postponed 'Returns from Convention Thd Presbyterian Christian En- J. S. Jordan returned Sunday deavor society has postponed the morning from the electrical dealers' convention at Eugene, which was In session the latter part of last week business meeting until Tuesday, Ap ril 11, on account of other entertain ment this week. Deputy Assessor Write William Hedrlck, of B street, who went to Douglas county a few days ceo, as deputy assessor there, writes to home folks that he Is getting along nicely with his work. He reports a generous supply of rain In that see tion this month. Gardens Bring Plowed Quite a few 'people are thinking ot spring time, by the number of gardens that are being ployed these days. University Students Visit Among the students who are home on vacati...

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. — 12 April 1922

41 -V ASHLAND: WEEKLY TIDINGS OL;XLV ASHLAND, OREGON, YVKDNE-D v Y, APRIL 12, 1922 NO. 32 I PRESIDENT OP V. OF O. SAYS SALARIES NOT HIGH CAMP IS TAKEN OVER S EUGENE, April 8. That out of $903,000 to be spent by the Unlver-j slty of Oregon thin year, only about I $492,000 goes for salaries, and that $300,000 Is used for maintenance and extension work was the assertion j of President P. L. Campbell In an address before the student body as sembly in Vlllard hall. The president stated that the In structor's salaries paid at this Insti tution are below the standard sala ries paid professors In the other In stitutions of higher throughout the United States, i FEE FIXED AT FIFTY i HIGH SCHOOL WILL PLAY BASEBALL OX APRIL 22 GENTS BY BOARD A new era has dawned or the county seat. The old "Trolleyvllle" conveyance that has served as the go between for Jacksonville and Med ord la soon to go Into the discard. owing to me ract tnai tne raiiroao. un HAH LEO RROKKX has changed bands, and the newi ...

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. — 12 April 1922

Wodmwdny, April i'l. lUiiJ hgU uvea AhIiLAsd wllkly ttbMi Ashland Weekly Tidings j Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THH ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITY AXD COUNTY PATER. TELEPHONE 89. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Oae Year 2 J0 Six Months ! Three Months ADVERTISING RATES. Display Advertisements, each inch c Local Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the word, each time ls Legal Notices, each time, the line sl-3 Card of Thanks 1;00 Obituaries, the line c Fraternal orders and societies charg ing regular Initiation fees and dues, regular rates. Religious and benevolent societies will be charged at tbe regular ad vertising rate for all advertising when an admission or collection is taken. Lean! Rate rimt iima Tier 8 nt. line 10c irach aubseauent time, per 8 nt lino Be Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postoffice as second class mail matter. MULTIPLICITY WILL WEAKEN There has been some talk of put ting an Ashland candidate in the race for state senator against Ben Shel don. Under...

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. — 12 April 1922

U'edtiesday, April ii, ioi'l ASfltlArtt m&iA flbiM pagm tmtn ' " Puttev n CLOSE UP of I iM'SUL'iTore, pote II ' HOLC Roa.l4MeiA4 IN I, f .1- . I M Fid I Ji i lCBAJW I y fit ft yr How to Make By WILLIAM G. H. FINCH Associate Member Institute Radio Engineers (Written, for International News Service.) NEW YORK, March 31. Now we come to one of the most important IteniB that enter Into the success of any radio station the aerial, or an tenna (means for ibsorblng or ra diating electric magnetic waves, as used in a radio telephone.) As mentioned In one of the prev ious articles, an aerial, or antenna, is a conductor supported in the air ' and Insulated from all surrounding objects. There are many types of aerials, such as the flat top "T" type, Fig. 1; Inverted "L" type, Fig. 2; umbrella type, Fig. 3. However, most of these types are made up of a plurality of wires (four or six wires, or even more). These types of aer ials are used mostly for transmitting purposes; but for receiving pu...

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. — 12 April 1922

tVednesday, April 12. pics rets AsiiUto rtEKLt rrbixtfS LOCAL AND PER. Joint Meeting of Socle The Ladies' Aid and Missionary so cieties of the Presbyterian church enjoyed a joint meeting last Friday, at which the delegates to the Pres byterial at Grants Pass reported that meeting In detail, which was both Interesting and profitable to all. Ti'-t Motor Trip Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Stevens, F. C Stevens Jr., Miss Roberta Ward and Roy Bebb motored to Summit Ranch Sunday and enjoyed music and a chicken dinner. After dinner, Mr. Stevens hiked to Pilot Rock. The road was mixed between mud and snow drifts, many of the drifts be ing as deep as four feet. Pilot Rock was covered with ice and snow, and several good pictures were taken. Visits Ashland Relatives .Mrs. Boyd Robison, of Portland, who has been visiting with friends and relatives in Sacramento for the past few months, and stopped for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. George Robison in the Freeburg apartments, while en route home, left Friday ...

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. — 19 April 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS 0L. XLY.: A8HLAND, OREGON, WjDNEJ) Y, APRIL 19, 1922 NO. 32 IS TO T PROP. VINING AXD HENRY END ERS JR. ADDED TO HOTEL NEGOTIATORS Prospective Hotel and Sanitarium Inventor, Accompanied by Vice President McCormick,' Will 'Arrive Tonight; Will Ooner at Once. A "live-wire" committee has been gotten together to; the purpose of carrying on the negotiations with A. L. Richmond, the prospective hotel and sanitarium Investor, who will ar rive here on train 16 at 6:40 this evening, accompanied by Vice-President McCormick, of the Southern Pa cific railroad. The party will pro ceed at once to the Hotel Ashland, where they will be met by the com mittee and a program mapped out. ' The hotel negotiation committee met at the Chamber of Commerce rooms last night and organized for the work. Prof. Irving Vlnlng sat on the committee In the place of L. F. Ferguson, who is out of the city, and Mr. Henry Enders Jr., was added by agreement as an additional mem ber. Bert R. Greer was...

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. — 19 April 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDING Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THB ASHLAND PRINTING CO. - OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER. TELEPHONE 89. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One Year 12.00 8ix Months TLiee Montfis 75 ADVERTISING RATES. Display Advertlsments, a c b inch JJC Local Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the word, eacn tlma le Notices, each time, the ,. Card of Thanks U-00 Obituaries, the line Vc Fraternal orders and societies charg ing regular initiation tees anu uuob, rAcrillfll rfttftfl. Religious and benevoleut societies will be charged at the regular ad vertising rate for all advertising when an admission or collection is taken. Local Rote First time, per 8 pt. line 10r Poh aniigeauent time, per 8 Una Of v - Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postofftoe as second class mail natter. SIZING THINGS t'P In sizing things up, especially those having a bearing upon local conditions, It is well to remember that there is more than one angle from which a question ma...

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. — 19 April 1922

ASHLAND WEE Kit TIDINGS PAGE THREE Local and Personal (From Wednesday Dally)- Want Mission Study Book The ladles of the ; Presbyterian church are short of the books, "The Why and How of Foreign Missions" and "The Unfinished Builneia," and would like to borrow a few copies of each of these books. Any one having a copy that they will loan for a few days, please bring to the church or manse this week. More Speeders Fined Four additional speeders came In to Justice Gowdy's court Tuesday, and were assessed fines of $6 each. It doesn't pay to drive so fast pas! school houses. Visiting Friends Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Keyes, of Los Angeles, are guests for a few days of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Cottrell. Here from Klamath Falls Mrs. McGee of Klamath Falls is In the city visiting for a few days. Confined to Home- Emerson Easterllng is 111 at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs John Easterllng, 400 Beach street. Baby Is Brought Home- Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Randies, of 390 Liberty street, took their little s...

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. — 19 April 1922

By Ourlts Siighro Npt So Good! Local and Personal 358 (From Monday's Eally) tops With Friends Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Toby, of Klais- pel, Mont., stopped last night with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. French. They left this morning for Medford and Grants Pass, where they will visit with friends for a few days. The Tobys have been in the south, spending the w. liter, and are now enroute home. MCKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL Receives Fine Box of Flowers Porter's confectionery is display Ing a few fine lillies which they re ceived from Miss Mae Hatfield, who Is spending a few weeks with friends at Santa Cruz, Calif. The lillies were In a good state of preser vation, but a number of roses which were sent in the sameox did not hold up nearly so well. Visits Friends Here Dr. Frank Wood, of Oklahoma, stopped over in Ashland Saturday for a few hours enroute from a visit at Tendleton. Dr. Wood at one time re sided here, being engaged in the practice of dentistry. Return lo Portland A. M. Beaver Jr. and family re ...

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. — 26 April 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS OL-XLV ASHLAND, OREGON, WKDNE-i) Y, APRIL 26, 1922 NO. 33 7 a. Is 2 MEN KILLED o Anr iMinnrn m MAKES FIXB CATCH OP CUT THROAT TROUT j Harry Hbsler and Louis Dodge I I went to Candle creek yesterday and returned in the evening with a line catch of cut throat trout and have placed them on ice to await Mr. Richmond's return from the nortk, when they will make him a preseut of the trout and thereby prove that fish may be had at any time desired. ASK Ford Truck from Grants Pass, With , ROSEBURG'8 . OLDEST Six Prospectors Mid Their Outfit, Hit by Train 13, as They Attempt ed to Cross Tracks at Third Htreet A sickening tragedy occurred this morning at 9:05 o'clock, 3 when a Ford truck, driven by $ John Eads, and In which were $ hit sons, William and John, Frank Wllmaith, Joe Anderson i and W. J. Smith, all ot Grants $ Pass, attempted to cross the Southern Pacific tracks at $ Third street in Medford. Train Vl3, bound south, hit the ve- bicle almost square In the cen- ...

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. — 26 April 1922

WmIiiwhIh)', April 20, PACK TWO ASkUM WEEKli TTDtiffieJ Ashland Weekly Tiding Established 1878 Published Every Wednesday by THH ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNT! PAPER, TELEPHONE 89. RiTwrRIPTlON RATES. One Year 2.00 Six Months 1.25 Tiiiee Months -78 ADVERTISING RATES, nicninv Advertisements, each ?r Local Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the word, each Hma 1 T...I Vntipad. each time, the !" 81"30 Card of Thanks 8UI0 nhiinariea. the line ttc Fraternal orders and societies charg ing regular Initiation fees and dues, vAtrtilnr rfltftfl. Religious and benevolent societies will be chargea at me regumr vertlsing rate for all advertising when an admission or collection is taken. Lean! Rate nit ilma nor it nf line IOC Each subsequent time, per 8 pt. line Be Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postofflce as second class mail matter. SOLUTION OF THE BONUS PROBLEM Eliminate the Income tax, with Its expensive and costly collection and Inconvenlnence. Assess the wealth of the na...

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. — 26 April 1922

l;cdna4.y, April id, itei AstttAW) Mkkii mmm ASHLAND REVELS IN BIG CAW AND HAL M CITY'S FASHIONABLE 'THREE HUNDRED" HAVE GAY TIME AT ARMORY Special Music and Artistic Dancing Mark Cabaret Festivities and New Gowns Displayed on Beauti ful living Models. Ths biggest social event of the year was held last Ingot at the Ar rorjr, where the First company, Oregon national guard, staged their basket cabaret for about 300 of Ash land's pleasure-loving citizens, to gether with a sprinkling of people from Med ford and other adjoining towns. The large drill floor had been beautifully deearated with red and white streamers from one side of the room to the other, with strings of extra lights over the large tables which lined the walls. Many of the tables were exquisitely decorated, re' quiring hours of work to arrange and added much to the beauty and general appearance of the scene The crowd began to gather at about 8 o'clock and continued to come until as late as 9:30 when the first strains of m...

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. — 26 April 1922

Asfliiiro wkkkLr twistitl Wednesday, April 2(1, iii: Local and Personal (From Monday's Dally) Fire Finder at Library The Osborn lire Under, which it used In the Crater Lake national for est to locate fires, Is on exhibition at the public library. Veiling Friends Mr. Hosklns of Illinois Is visiting Mends on Mountain avenue for a few days. Return from San Francisco Mrs. H. E. Badger Sr., and son Horace, who have been in San Fran cisco for several days, have returned home. Visits at Cooper Home G. W. Benedict and daughter were visiting at the W. A. Cooper home east of the city Sunday afternoon. Returns from Medford W. F. Smith, who was down near Medford last week setting out a two- acre tract of strawberries, has com pleted the task and returned to Ash land. Leaves for Long Beach J. J. Hawk and family, left Sat urday night on train 15 for Long Beach, Calif., where they expect to make their future home. Mr. Hawk has been In poor health and Is mak ing the change with the hope that It wil...

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