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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 3 May 1922

V ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS OLXLV 'ASHLAND, OREGON, Wfc'DNE.-l) 1 V, MAY 3, 1922 NO. 34 WHITE Mi IS KILLED IN NEGRI) FAMILY BRAWL GEORGE NICHOLS SHOT DEAD IN KLAMATH FALLS BV HIS Negro Fires Tliree Ineffective Shot,. At HI Fleming Wife and Then i 'funis Giitt on Landlord and Kills Him Still at Large, j , KLAMATH FALLS, May npnrrn Mtrhnla Is rtpnrl hpnuiiflo hfl . , w, hiJ , , . 1 " " colored tenants. Nichols entered a house which he owneo ana wnicn is occupied Dy wti- Ham Lewis, a negro, and his wli i IIOM just as a quarrel between the col ored, couple bad reached a climax last night. Mrs. Lewis attempted to flee from her husband, when the latter fired j three shots at her, none of them .taking effect. He then turned the J revolver on Nichols, shooting him through the neck and causing In stant death. Lewis made his escape and has not yet been captured. CONGREGATIONS SURPRISED IN YESTERDAY'S SERVICE Congregations of the various locaran(, Secret Valpy ai30 )g open. churches had a surpris...

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. — 3 May 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGE TWO r Ashland Weekly Tidings Established J 876 i uhlubPd Every Wednesday by 7hM ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICII CITY AND COUNTY TAPER. ... TELEPHONE 89. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear $2.00 Six Months 1.25 Three Months 75 ' ADVERTISING RATES. Display Advertisements, each Inch 30c Local Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the word, each time lc Legal Notices, each time, the i:,;e 3 l-3c Card of Thanks $100 Obituaries, the line....- 2ic Fraternal orders and societies charg ing regular initiation fees and dues, regular rates. Religious and benevolent societies will be charged at the regular vcmsing rf. e lo , . taken. Legal Rate First time, rer 8 pt. line 10c Each subsequent time, per S pt. line Be Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postoffice as second class mail matter. FIX SPEED LIMIT From the gathering of city offi cials and citizens, which came to gether in the city hall last night, much good la likely to eventuate, and it Is probable that out of it may co...

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. — 3 May 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDIJfGS PAGE THREE V (MITF M Tfl Local ardPetso j VI I II 1 1 1 I I I. J Vl IV i . - I N E L MEN V. CARTER AM) H. C. (J A LEY AT HEAD OK PROPOSED NEW ENTERPRISE Twenty Loral Men Make l'p Promo tion Fund to the, End UuU Com- puny Slay Bo Cotton I'nder Way for Immediate. Enlargement. On h0 Sick List Glenn Simpson was compelled to to home from the storo yesterday af- tcrnoon on account of Illness. Practical Demonstration Miss Louise Hammond, domestic science teacher of the local high school, accompanied by about 20 students, spent considerable time Tuesday at the East Side market, where the students were given prac tical demonstrations as to where the various cuts of meat are taken from. A great deal of lnrest was mani fested by the girls, and it proved quite a revelation to them. Kxninlning Mail Clerks A. S. Rand. chief clerk of the Installs Radio rhonc Returns from Vacation x M. J. Lore his instated a radio, Mrs. Huschke returned last Frl phone at his home on Seventh ...

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. — 3 May 1922

Wednesday, May 4, 1022 PAOR FOTO ISnLAXT) WEEKLY TIDINGS -I (From ftnturday's Daily) Leave tor Lnene Clair Heath and Hny Moore left; by auto for ut:eue riiday morning, i where they expect to remain ior iue;eanyon Saturday, abd a Jolly time summer. t; mis Day Hero IJi-v. Morenz Oser. s;eut Thursday; 1.. Ashland looking over the service ; station which ha is having erected cu E.is: Main street. Make California Tiji L. J. Orres and Robert Mlddleton made a business tiip to Hornbiook ami Hilt, CaKf., Thursday of this week. Recovers from Illness- Mrs. L. M. Ring has recovered from an attar"; of influenza from whkh she has been suffering for some time. Move Reported II. W. Andrews, who has resided near the normal school building for some time past, moved yesterday to 122 Church street. Hotel Ashland Guests The following parties are guests at tho Hotel Ashland: W. G. Weight man, San Francisco; A. E. Eberhart, W. W. Woodruff, F. B. Emmons, J. L. Gray, Portland; Joseph Ford and fiiiully. J. C...

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. — 10 May 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS NOL.XLV ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNEMMY. MAY 10, 19.22 NO. 35 m n ID LOSES OWN LIFE AUGUST BORKE PERISHES IN FLAMES AFTER RESCUING FIVE OF FAMILY Dropped HU Wife and Four Children Into Life-Saving Net from Upper Windows of Burning Home, Then Falla Uiu-k Into Furnace. MARENGO, 111., May 9. Five members of a family of nine were burned to death here when tire de stroyed the borne of August Borke. Bodke lost his life in aiding the members of hie family, four of whom he taved. He bad dropped bis wife and Infant son out of a first floor window, and wrapping hie nine-year old eon In a blanket, he dropped him from the second floor window. But be was unable to rescue the foui other children or himself, and they dropped back Into tbe seething fur nace and perished. M. B. MADDEN i v t 1 Convention of Federation of Women's Clubs At Grants Pass Well Attended By Ashland Delegates Reprtsentative Madden, chairman of the house appropriations committee, declares that government appro...

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. — 10 May 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY TTDING8 PAGX TWO - - Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1376 Published Every Wednesday by THB ASHLAND PRINTINQ CO. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER. TELEPHONE 3D. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Oue Year W-M Six Months 15 Hire Months ' Inm tiricd 1 1 mm ADVERTISING RATES. Display Advertisements, a o b inch Jc Local Readers, the Hue 10c Classified Column, the word, each IB time Legal Notices, each time, the l.ne 3 1"Sc Card ot Thanks Obituaries, the line -'Vs6 Fraternal orders and societies charg 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. Igal Rate SMrt time, ner 8 pt. line 10 Each subsequent time, per 8 pt. line can be used as a dust spray, and can be applied through small hand dusters or can be placed In cloth sacks and dusted on the plants in this way. Calcium arsenate can also be used as a liquid spray by apply ing on pound t...

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. — 10 May 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PA01 TERES ASHLAND WINS BASE BALL GAME WITH GRANTS PASS The Ashland high school baseball team won the game played yester day afternoon on the high school diamond against Grants Pass by a score of 19 to 3. In practice the teams showed up about equally, and a hard-fought game was expected by the latge crowd of fans who turned out to witness the game. But Ashland wbb playing on the home grounds and were sure of every move, while the Grants Pass boys were on strange ground and could not cover up their nervousness. Close, who pitched for the visit ors, was able to stay but four Inn -, .ss, when he was replaced by Clay ton. The team seemed to take new hold then and scored two runs In the fifth, their first scores dulrng the game. While Clayton held the locals well In hand for the next three Innings, he lost out In the eighth when Ashland scored seven runs. Welsenburger, pitching for the lo cals, kept the visitors guessing all the time, and while he did not have the ...

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. — 10 May 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS T" Wednesday, May 10, 1022 PAGB FOTJH Local and Personal Drive to GranU Pass- Thomas H. Simpson and W. H McNalr motored to Grants Pass this afternoon, presumably on business, but some of their friends say they were Just endeavoring to catch the rlrcus. T.'p to Grants Pass- John H. Fuller motored to Grants Pass this morning to be present at the forum luncheon of the chamber of commerce there, which is to be held today. It is expected that plans will be formulated at the luncheon for the "Cavemen" to visit Ashland Tuesday of next week, and Mr. Ful ler is making the trip today to get in touch with the plans being made YMtiiig Friend Here- Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Payne, former residents of Ashland, but who now live at tlfillboro, Or., arrived in Ashland this morning by car, and will be the guests of Mrs. S. L. Al len for a few days. Visit from Dautfr Mrs. Devolin, of 156 Third street, Is enjoying a visit from her daugh ter, Mrs. Exner and little daughter, of Albany. Vi...

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. — 17 May 1922

ASHlANb . WlBElfcLY TIDING OL.XLV ASHLAND, OREGON, WKDNIMJ V, MAY 17, 1922 NO. 36 S is INITIATED AS K. K. K. ii MEDKORD'8 CHIEF MAGISTRATE GIVES ENDORSEMENT TO KLAN Declares Ritual Beautiful and Work of Artist, and Obligation Is Such Any Chrlfttlun Man Can Take, But Objects to Masks. DEMANDS REMOVAL OF ; j PROHIBITION COMMISSIONER HARVEST III BURGLARS WASHINGTON, May 15. Tb. Im-j mediate removal of Prohibition Commissioner Haynes (or "advlcot Ing the use ot lynch law," was de manded by Representative Hill, In a letter sent today to Secretary ot the Treasury Mellon. Hill declared that Haynes had for feited his tost by "officially approv ing a statement from Judge Curran EUGENE, Or., May 16. Three of Pittsburgh, Kans'., threatening to more places of business were entered In Ashland's Auto Camp FARMERS BLOC EUGENE burn the homes of convicted moonshiners." "ALICE IN HUN'GERLAND" AT THE YLRIO THURSDAY by burglars, making a total ot seven In Eugene and one in Creswell dur ing the pant fiv...

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. — 17 May 1922

iii . ii i Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1376 Published Every Wednesday by THB ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNT PAPER. TELEPHONE 39. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear I"J Six Month! Three Montt ' ADVERTISING RATES. Display AdvertliemenU, each inch J'c Losal Readers, the line .lc Classified Column, the word, each time lc Legal Notices, each time, the ilia "c Card of Thank $1- Obltuariea, the line W Fraternal order and cocietles charg ing regular initiation tees 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. IjetftU Rate First time, per 8 pt. line ....... 10 .Each subsequent time, per 8 pt. line 0t' Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postofflce. as second class mail matter. JACKSON COUNTY )SCHOOIJ $ . NOTES The Long Mountain school, Dis trict 37, has a year's report of per fect attendance, 100 per cent, for the four boys who .comprise ,the school. Mrs. B...

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. — 17 May 1922

usuKi mm usssa I.SlSSSrT;, m.tnini n'1J""Mrii ini) ' - HOT SPRINGS IS LEASE IS SIGNED AND WORK BEGUN FOR OPERATION OF RESORT Big Swimming Pool, Bath House and Dancing Pavilion In Course of Ertortion on Site of Jackson Hot Springs. Work was started this morning on the construction of the Hot Springs as an all-the-year-round resort. The deal for the lease of the 20 acres on which the springs are located was closed yesterday, when J. C. Ottin ger signed a lease of the property from the owneif, J. C. Jackson. This Is one of the most Important steps In the development of Ashland resources that has taken place In a long time, and It Is proposed to push the work so that the Springs can be thrown open to the public during the present season. The land on the south and east of the Pacific high way along Bear creek will be cleared at once to make room for the erec tion of bath bouses, of which at least six will be In operation within the next couple of weeks, equipped with shower baths and oth...

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. — 17 May 1922

mum mm mmr r ------ -. iiinr-aMrnMM-rM-fTrinn-rMiTriTWWTTr-riM ra-n 11 LOCAL AND PERSONAL (From Saturday Daily) Here from Portland L. P. Bishop, chief clerk of the commercial division of the telephone company, at Portland, was In the city Thursday for a short time, en - route home from Klamath Falls. Telephone Managers Changed Mr. Ludden, who has been wire eti ef and manager of the telephone office at Klamath Falls for some time, has been transferred to a point in California, and Mr. Crego, who has been In charge of the office at Grants Pass, has been transferred to Klamath Falls. Shopping In Ashland Mr. and Mrs. Charles Logan, of Vreka, were In the city shopping yes terday. They came over the night before aud attended the show ut the Pago theater in Medford Thursday night. leaves for California Miss Sidna Helmau, who has been spending the past several mouths in Ashland, left here Friday evening for Petaluma, Calif. Returned from California L. A. Nesler, of the Crescrea Headstone co...

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. — 24 May 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY. TIDINGS 0L. XLV A8HLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1922 t i r Will CELEBRATE II DAYS FN FOURTH OF JULY DAUGHTER OF "LUCKY" 1 I inflr BALDWX PASSES THROUGH! A I Af . in LnuuL ATTENDED LECTURE ON K KLAN MERCHANTS WILL PUT ON "FORD DAY" ON JULY THIRD Anita Baldwin, the daughter of "Lucky" Baldwin, of southern Cali fornia fame, passed through Ashalnd in her private car "Washington," at tached to train 64 Monday evening. Miss Baldwin is knowu from coast to coast for some of the wonderful pets which she keeps and the man ner In which they are trained. Her father died a few years ago! . The Ku Klux Klan were shown and left the whole of his large es-jlast nigbt to a crowded house at the tate amounting to several millions; Vining theater, and every one pres of dollars to her and her sister, ao4 ent seemed to be interested In learn while tbey are good spenders and entertainers, they have added to, ID BAPTIST ASSOCIATION CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY MERCHANTS OF EAST END ARE The Rog...

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. — 24 May 1922

Wednesday, May 24, 10 PlGK TWO ASilLAND weeKLy rtftWGd Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 187.6 Publiibed Every Wednesday by THB ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICUL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER. TELEPHONE 80. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months ! ? Three Nonius ADVERTISING RATES. Display Advertisements, each Inch 30 Loeal Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the word, each time lc Leeal Notices, each time, the line 3 1-Se Card of Thanks $100 Obituaries, the line i Vi Fraternal orders and societies charg lug regular Initiation fees and dues reeular rates. Roiieioua and benevolent societies will be charged at tbe regular ad vertlsine rate for all advertisin when an admission or collection Is taken. Legal Rule First time. Der 8 ut. line .lOr Each subsequent time, per 8 pt. line 5c Entered at the Ashland, Oregon Pnntnffiea as second class mall matter. VALLEY APPLES READY FOR THE CALYX SPRAY Most of the apples on the floor of the valley are ready for the caly.x application. There Is a wi...

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. — 24 May 1922

VeindLty, May a, ioii Ashlar wmckl ttmoA PAGS THRKB LOCAL AND PERSONAL (From Wednesdays Dy) Shopping in Ashland Mm. W. A. Holloway and Mrs. Charles Roberta of Medford were In the city shopping Monday. Librarian on Vacation Miss Mary Niver, assistant librar ian at the public library, started on ner vacation Monday. Miss June McFadyen Is taking care of the work evenings while MUs Niver is on her vacation. D. A. R. Meeting Postponed It has been decided by the mem bers of the D. A. R. to postpone the meeting scheduled for Friday after noon of this week Until Tuesday, May 30, which is Memorial day. Move to Medford Mr. and Mrs. Nessler, who have been residing in Ashland for some time, have moved to Medford. Hem Vteiting Family J. H. Ring, of Gold Hill, Is In the city for a short vIhU with his wife and family. He expects to return to Gold Hill this evenng. Visitors from Medford Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gannaway and family, of Medford, were In .the city last evening, calling on Mrs Claire Minard ...

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. — 24 May 1922

WedneaAty, May 24, 1023 PAGB FOUR ASHLAND WEEKLY ttCtKCtf LOCAL AND PERSONAL (From Saturday- Dally) Will Spend Summer Here Millard Osmun and three children of Bakersfleld, Calif., arrived in Ashland Friday morning. Mr. Os mun brought the children here to spend the summer with his sister, Miss Ruth Osmun, and his aunt, Mrs. Mosler! Mrs. Osmun has been ill for some time, having suffered an attack of influenza and has gone to the mountains for a complete rest. Mr. Osmun will return to Bakers field in a few days. Entertains Club- Miss Ruth Osmun entertained the "Come When You Can" club Wed nesday evening at her home on Pioneer street. A large number of the members were present to enjoy the evening, which was spent in sewing and needlework. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. Goes to Klamath Falls- Rev. C. A. Edwards left today for Klamath Falls, where he will remain over Sunday. Hlsj pulpit at the Methodist church will be filled in the morning by Rev. Knott of Grants Pass, a...

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. — 31 May 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY. TIDINGS 0L. XLV ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1922 Nn. SH PI V -V- WOO DEBATE PROTEST STRIKE ONR.R.WAGECUT PRESIDENT APPROVES 8-HOUR DAY FOR POSTAL CLERKS WASHINGTON, May 29. Presi dent Harding Das taken final action affecting more than 50,000 postal clerks and carriers tbrougbout the country when on Saturday he ap proved a recommendation of the post office department for the estab lishment of a strict eight hour ba sis for postal employes. CROWDS WITNESS PROTEST AGAINST 48 MILLION DOLLAR REDUCTION ON I RAILROADS DEMOCRATS B II CIRCUS H. 8, COMMENCEMENT j THURSDAY EVENING Onto Issued by lT. 8, Railway Labor Board Believed to FoMwhadow Lower Wage for Every Clam of Railroad Employe. DETROIT, May 29. Whether 400,000 members of the Brother hood of Malntenance-of-Way Work ers will strike In protest against the $48,000,000 pay cut, ordered by the United States railway labor board. Is up to 17 national officers of the brotherhood meeting here today. The board's decisi...

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. — 31 May 1922

ASHLAND DAILY TIDINGS PACK TWO Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 187 Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER. TELEPHONE 89. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 12.00 Six Months 1-25 Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES. ' Display Advertisements, each inch 3c Local Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the word, each time Ic I peal Notices, each time, the line Card of Thanks H-00 Obituaries, the line ittc Fraternal orders and societies cnarg ing regular initiation tees 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. Legal Rate F!rt time, ner 8 ut. line lc Each subseauent time, per 8 nt Una 5c f - Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postoffice as second class mall matter. HAPTIST ASSOCIATION ' MEETING IN ASHLAND The Rogue River Baptist associa tion, which consists of the Baptist churches of Jackson, Klamath and Josephine counti...

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. — 31 May 1922

ASHLAND KLY TIDING PAG1 THREB ffi MUSEUM OF U. OF 0. OPENS ilY UNIVERSITY OP OREGON, Eu gene, May 29. A new department of the university was founded today when President Campbell and the board of regents formally accepted Spencer creek to the Fort Klamath; by a small plurality by Governor the Murray Warner art collection. hatchery at Crooked creek, where: Ben W. Olcott, will contest the elec- The new university museum will . SX new concrete rearing ponds have' tlon. start with a collection that is in been installed. A large number of! A recount of votes will be under many respects unique on the Pacific trout will be liberated In Spencer ! taken at once, according to Mr. coast, and which, in some ways ha not equal anywhere In the world. Neither the. Smithsonian Institute nor the British museum will have a better collection or superior ex amples of ancient Chinese lacquer. Next to the lacquers in the collec- tlon, which President Campbell de-J Clares bears as a whole a value be tween ...

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. — 31 May 1922

Monday, May . fAGB FOTJB ASHLAND" WEEKLf WMSfli LOCAL AND PERSONAL (from Saturdays Daily) Ketunis from Rosebnrg iMr. Ella B. Mills returned Thura- day evening from a two weeks visit with Mrs. J. 0. Hume at Roseburg. Receives Word of Death Glenn Gulley received a telegram yesterday morning from Eugene, an nouncing the death of his father, J. W. Gulley, of that city. Mr. Gulley died very suddenly, having been In his usual health up to the time of his death. Mr. Gulley lived In Ash land for a number of years and Is well known here. Mr. and Mrs Glenn Gulley and Mrs. Paul Gulley left by auto yesterday for Eugene I'rged to Alnd Service All members of the D. A. R. are urged to attend service at the Con gregational church tomorrow morn ing at 11 o'clock. Returns from Eugene E. E. Plilpps returned yesterday from Eugene, after having spent several days there tending the meeting of the grand lodge of Odd Fellows. lake Fishing Trip- Delia and Everett Acklin took a Tacatlon from duty for a time ...

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