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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 7 June 1922

WEEKLY TIDINGS NOL.XLV ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1922 NO. 89 lii ARE APPROPRIATED FOR P S I E WASHINGTON, June 6. The senate passed and sent to the presi dent the post office appropriation bill carrying $565,000,000. Includ ed Jn U la the Item of $50,000,000 added by the senate to provide fed eral aid for states In road construc tion work. The vote on the bill was 215 to 26. President Harding is expected to sign It immediately. DECORATE LAST RESTING PLACE OF OREGON' PIONEERS HEAT WAVE SEXDS MERCURY SOARING IXTO THE NINETIES The Hill cemetery, located on the farm of Mr. Hill, one of the first set tlerg in this valley, was visited by a number of interested citizens yes terday afternoon, and a short me morial Bervlce was held for the men who were killed in the early Indian wars, and other pioneers who lie burled on this beautiful hillside. Glenn Simpson, representing the American Legion, placed flags upon the graves of the 17 heroes of tho.se days, while friends strewed tuekn...

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 June 1922

page TWO ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Ashland Weekly Tidings Established J 876 Published Every Wednesday by THH ASHLAND PRINTING CO. THE SHEIK" IS WONDERFUL SPECTACULAR PRODUCTION OFFICIAL CITY AXD COUNTY PAPER. One of the most Impressive tea jtures of "The Sheik," George Mel- fffvd's latest production for Para mount, which comes to the Vlnlng theatre tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday, are the many magnlfl cient and spectacular settings in which the various scenes are enact- SUBSCRIPTION KATES. :ea- 111(1S include: On Year !$2.00i A remarkable conception of a pub. fliontns l. in C section of the ancient citv of Cur. Three Month -"Milage under Roman rule; a'birdseye shot of the city of Biskra, the Monte Carlo of the Al?frln 11 Sahara; fif teen actual shots about the city of TELEPHOXE 8!. BIGGER or GLORIOUS "4TH ISP 11 ADVERTISING RATES. Display Advertisements, each inch 30c Local Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the word, each time lc Legal Notices, each time, the line 3 l-3c Card 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. — 7 June 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGB THREB AMERICA Four years ago the words "Over There" meant a boy away from home and loved ones; hardships, rain, mud, privations, .fighting, wounds and perhaps death. . In the "Flap per Dictionary" of today, according to the American Legion of Omaha, Neb., "Over There" means a warn ing "that the girl lives too far to take a taxi." The Legion Is trying to do something about it. . A second great vessel of the Unit ed States merchant marine now bears the name "American Legion." In re-naming the so-called state boats after presidents, the shipping board made an exception In the case of the steamship Badger State, which was given the name American Legion Instead. The fastest boat of the Munson line also Is named after the service men's organization. A.L. ' A straw vote on the subject of enforcement of the prohibition law conducted by "The Legionnaire," of ficial organ of the American Legion of Cuyahoga county, Ohio, showed that 62 per cent of the ex-soldierB we...

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 June 1922

ASHL&KB WEEKLY TTDIKOf LOCAL AND PERSONAL (From Friday'! Daily) Return from Visit Mr. and Mr. R. P. Watklns have returned home after a few days' visit at their ion, Byron's, In Med ford. Visiting at Nell Creek Home Miss Mildred Gyger has returned to her home on Neil creek, after several days' visit with Miss Janle Walker, who accompanied her home for a few days stay. Arrives from Springfield Rev. Miller, who accepted the call of the Baptist church of this city, arrived here this miming from Springfield. He will appear In the local pulpit Sunday. Home from California- Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Patterson arrived home Tuesday from a trip In California to visit with their daughter, Mrs. Fansteel and hus band. Mrs. Potter, another daugb ter, was also visiting with Mrs. Fan steel and both daughters accompan led the parents home, and will visit In Ashland for some time. Sale of Property- Mrs. Myrtle Boslough has sold her property on Hillcrest place to A. B Mackenzie. The deal was made by ...

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. — 14 June 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS NOL.XLV A9HLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1922 m i i a 1 IKS BUTCHER THOUSANDS iD BEHEAtl I! i KLAMATH FALLS STAGE HAS 23 PASSENGERS HUMAN TROPHIES ELEVATED ON POLES IN GREEK MARKET PLACE The Ashland-Klamath Falls stage left this morning with 25 passengers for Klamath Falls, using four large cars to transport them over the mountains. Marlon Nino, of the White Pine who are driving through from New and Nine lumher companies, nearjYo k City to Ashland In a Cadillac Klamath Falls, was returning from ' limousine, are stopping for a few Portland with 11 men to work In his days at the Broadmoor hotel in Colo mills in Klamath county, which ado Springs, Colo., and In an Inter greatly Increased the passenger list.; view with a reporter of the Colorado Springs Telegraph, Mr. Wlnburn and Bert Moses and Jesse Winburn Everlastingly Boost For Ashland DICK POSEY ENTERTAINS LARGE CROWD AT MF.DFORD Ji'sae Winburn and Bert Moses, elusive dollar. They had their fling Fifteen G...

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. — 14 June 1922

AatiLtim wttfckii tmkot Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER. TELEPHONE 89. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year ff-JJ Sis Months Three Monthe ' ADVERTISING RATES. Display Advertisements, cn inch ??c t n.nl D..Hri th line IvQ Classified Column, the word, each time ' ' t ...i NnHona each time, the le 3 1-3c Card of' Thanks Obituaries, the line. . . . . . . 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. , Legal Rate mi tlmn ner 8 Dt. line 0c Each subsequent time, per 8 pt. line 5c Enured at the Ashland, Oregon, rmwiuvi " matter. JUNE'S THE MONTH To fish. To sell the roosters. To cut the clover hay. To open the Ice house. To adjust the cream separator for thicker skimming. To sow millet. It's a fair feed always, and ...

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. — 14 June 1922

LOCAL AND PERSONAL (from Wednesday! Dally) Home for Vacation Jamei Porter of 143 Eighth street Is home from Ctfvallls, where he has been attending 0. A. C. Here from Hornbrook Mrs. Hughes and Mrs. Barker of Hornbrook, were In the city yester day mingling with friends. Ia City Shopping Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Hunt, of Hilt, wape in the city yesterday shopping. VMting in Yreka . Mr. and Mrs. Carl Loveland were Sunday Ttsltors in Yreka. Mr. and Mrs. B. 0. Wallsten, of 78 Second street, called on friends in Yreka Sunday. Hera from Klamath Falls Miss Ruth Lindsay, of Klamath Falls, Is visiting with the C. R. D. Jones family on Mountain avenue. Circulating Petition A petition is being circulated to place the name of Mrs. H. C. Caley ' before the voters in the election tor a director for the school board to be held Monday afternoon, June 19. Mrs. Galey is now the chairman of the board of directors by reason of ber seniority. On Blck List The oldest child of Mr. DeMille Is reported as being on 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. — 14 June 1922

bid rem ASHLAXD WKKKLf TIMNOJ LOCAL AND PERSONAL (From Baturaajm Dally) Leave for Eugene The Domingo Perozzl family will leave tomorrow tor Eugene, where they expect to spend a few weeks on a ranch that Mr. Peroizi owns near that place. In City on Business- Mrs. Julia McQullkin. of Portland, is in the city for a two weeks stay on pleasure and business. Claim Agent ill the City A. S. Rosenbaum, claim agent of the Southern Pacific railroad, was in the city today, looking after bus iness of the company. (From Monday's Dally) t Return from Newport The Misses Lucy, Mary and Flor ence Niver have returned from a tew days trip to Newport, Or. They report having had an enjoyable time. Here from Grenada- Mrs. Roberta and daughter Olym- pla, who lived In Ashland for some time last summer, but who claim Grenada as their home, are in the city for a few days. They hare dis posed of their large ranch near Gre nada and expert to locate In some city in this section of the country. Arrives Home Miss ...

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. — 21 June 1922

X ASH ! ASHLAND, OREGOK, V K DN I) A Y, -1 C NIC I 21 J ! ii22 - SOL. XLV NO. 41 SPROUL E SMS HOY ARRESTED AS DRVXK RELEASED IIY COURT Queen Mary Paying Tribute to the War Dead 1 E BEST INTEREST H. I". PRESIDENT VM. SPROULE filVKM Ol'T STATEMENT OK FACTS E. S. Culvin, the lad who was ar rested for drunkenness Sunday, was released yesterday evening; after Hie court found lie was only 17 yearn old, as It does not have Jurisdiction over minors. ' ' p The boy gave tho name of n Orant Pass man as the one who gave him the liquor, and officials at that place will probably take steps to prevent ai like occurence in the future. If Central Pacific and Southern IM ". rifle Are Torn Asunder, l.ntter Road Will Have Xo Line Closer Than Tclumm. NORMAL SCHOOL TEACHER ARRIVES IV ASIILAXI) - ' 1 Mr. nnd Mrs. Peter Spencer ar rived in Ashland Thursday :nid are , holding forth at the home of Donald I Spencer, on Iowa street, for a few days. Jr.., i V, it ;. SAN FRANCISCO, June 20 Wll-i Mr s,)PIirPr !s ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 21 June 1922

FAcrS two Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THB ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER. TELEPHONE 81). SiBSCRll'TIOX RATES. ! One Year I2-00, Six Months 1f'' Three Mouths ADVERTISING RATES. Display Advertisements, each inch c Local Readers, the Hue 10c Classified Column, the word, each time lc Legal Notices, each time, the line Card of Thanks Obituaries, the line ac Fraternal orders and societies charg ing regular initiation fees and dues, regular rates. Relieious and benevolent societies will be charged ut the regular ad Tertising rata for all advertising when an admission or collection is taken. 1orhI Rate First time, per 8 pt. line Each subsequent time, per 8 nt linn Eutered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postoffice matter. second class , mail 8 S 4 i' ' .1)11) YOU EVER STOl TO S THINK THAT tho city that gets the publicity gets the business. THAT the city that gets the 5 & advertising grows. ? THAT advertising a city is a it hnutiwtcc ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 21 June 1922

A8RLAK0 WEEKLY TDtffOS fHUffS LOCAL AND PERSONAL (From Wednesday's Dally) Vi Buy Rooming House Mrs. C. French, recently of War- renton, Or., has bought the rooming house at 72 North Main street, which has been conducted for some time by Mrs. Qulnn. Home from Kliimath Agency Miss Alice Walker, who has been teaching at Klamath Indian agency during the past school year, arrived home a few days ago. V. of O. Rummer Term The University of Oregon summer term will begin at Eugene June 21, and will continue to July 29, while the Portland session will be held between June 19 and July 28, Full particulars may be had by writing to the director, summer term, II. of 0., Eugene, Oregon. Moveg to Harbor Apartment Mrs. Wiley hag takeu an uprtment at the W. M. Barber home. (). E. S. Notice The officers and members of the Eastern Star are asked to meet at Masonic hall Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock to attend the funeral of the late Mrs. Sllsby, which Is to be held at Ashland cemetery at 2:30 o'clock...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 21 June 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDING3 PAOB FOVH LOCAL AND .PERSONAL (From Saturday's Daily)' Home for Summer - : Miss Laura Wenner, who has been attending the V. of 0. at; Bugehe during ,1he past year.; is home . for tba summer vacation. : J , . J Return from Santa Crua Samuel Rhodes and Mr, Spauld - ing returned Thursday evening from a month's trip to SanU Cruz, Calif. They report having had a very en joyabel lime. , i Leaves for Home Mrs. Ray Dennis, who has been spending the last two weeks in Ash land visiting tier sister, Mrs. Mike Morgan, left for her home In Klam ath Falls today. Hot urn from Camping Tri Mrs. Walter Herndon and sons, and the Misses Nellie Reaver, Amy Stannard and Minnie Heaver, re turned this morning from a week's camping trip at the Summit ranch at the top of the Si:.kiyous. They report the place as being ideal for a few days' camping trip, Will Arrive Home Mrs. W. J. Dougherty and two daughters. Misses Kdna and. Mar garet, will arrive homo tomorrow from their extended stay...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 28 June 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS .ASHLAND, OREGON, WKDNESD.vY. .PrNH :8. J9' OL.XLV NO. 44 f ESPEE SEEK 10 KEEP IDENTITY SAYSJPROULE SOUTHERN PACIFIC AND UNION PACIFIC SHOULD MAINTAIN FRIENDLY RELATIONS TRIES TO KILL HIMSELF WHEN REFUSED PROBATION Capt. Cuttle Winning the Great Englkh Derby YREKA, Calif., June 27. George Penman, Whose application for pro-; batlon was denied Friday In the su perlor court, tried to commit sul clde Saturday in the county jail, but i the attempt was futile, due perhaps to lack of death dealing instruments. Penman pierced his wrist with a I pin and secured a piece of broken safety razor blade and flashed' a I vein In his arm. He was at once re moved to the hospital, where a doc- ! tor dressed his wounds. I ..A . ..'V, I' s' Preftldent Sproule Says 8. V. ftoen . Not Want Owner p of t)ther Lines But Doe Not Want Lines Now in Existence to b Broken. SAN FRANCISCO, June 27. "The Southern Pacific and Union Pacific have bad close and friendly connections from the time th...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 28 June 1922

Fid rwo Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1871 Published Every Wednesday by THH ASHLAND PRINTINQ CO. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER, TELEPHONE 89. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On. Tear $2.00 Six Months 1.25 Three Mpntbe 78 ADVERTISING RATES. Display Advertisements, each laoh 80c Loeal Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, tbe word, each Ume lc Legal Notices, . eacb time, tbe Hoe 3 1-Sc Card ot Thanks 11.00 Obituaries, the line t Vic, fraternal orders ana societies marg in i regular Initiation tees and dues, regular rates. Religious and benevolent societies will be charged at tbe regular ad vertising rata for all advertising when an admission or collection Is taken. Legal Rate First time, per 8 pL line 10c Bach subsequent time, per 8 pt. line ..: fo Entered at the ABhland, Oregon, Postotfica as second class mall matter. THE PEOPLE'S FORUM. To the editor: Mr. Grower,, would it not be a pretty good Idea, while Mr. Greer is looking aftle;r the hotel situation, Mr. Galey getting the granite q...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 28 June 1922

183LAITO WEEKLt ttPISGEI I Local and Personal (From Wednesday's Daily) Here for Summer ' Mlsi Thilma Gannaway, of Med ford, cousin, of Mrs. Claire Mlnard of tha Pla?.a ennf Actlnnarv fa fioral to spend the summer with her cou sin and help out with the work in the confectionery. On Annual Vacation Miss Norma Williams, one of the local telephone operators, Is enjoy ing her annual two weeks vacation. Home (or Vacation Miss Gertrude Engle and Miss Frances McWlllIams, who have been teaching in one of the bay cities, have returned borne and will spend the summer vacation here. Leave for Portland H. C. Galey left for Portland yes terday on business connected with the Ashland Grtnte company. He will probably see some of the Rose Festival while there. Returns From Klaiuath Falls Mrs. Almee Enders and son Jack returned Monday from Klamath Falls where they have been spending the past few Weeks. Visiting Sister Here Herbert Klein, of Oakland, Calif., is spending a few days In Ashland with his 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. — 28 June 1922

PAOl rem lsmjira irttkti TtoisGS Local and Personal (From Saturday's Daily) Property Changes Hands William Roberts has purchased a ImpI ft ffrnnnri enRt tit the filtv! trom Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Bateman, and have started some Improvements on the property. Visitor from the East Dr. and Mrs. 0. O. Jarvls have visitors from New York city, who are here for an indeftuite stay. The visitors are Messrs. Krlveruk and Paulero, and they have been travel ing for the last eight months, bavin; first journeyed to Florida and then driven across the southern states to the Pacific coast. Small Blame Friday The fire department made a run Friday, shortly after noon, to the house which A. L. Lamb recently moved to the rear of the lot on Pio neer street, near the Swift Packing company building, and put out the blaze which had started on the root before much damage had been done. Sparks from an engine in the rail road yards Is probably responsible for the fire. A Natural Born Treasurer James Cronemlller, of...

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 July 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIOII ASHLAND, OREGON, WKDNEsD A Y, J I'M' 5, 1922 0L. XLV NO. 45 25,000 PEOPLE AT ASHLAND'S CELEBRATION VISITORS F1AMJK TO FESTIVI TIES FROM ALL PARTS OK SOl'THERX OREGON OKI-am of I ha "Fourth" Wai Vn quulified Success and Not a. Hin ge Accident Marred Enjoyment f Vast Gathering;. HEAT CAt'SES RED BLVFF'8 SIDEWALK TO JVMP VP RED BLUFF, Cal if., July 5 The intense heat of the last few days caused an odd break in the West Side State Highway, just north of Proberta, yesterday, when the pav ing fairly "Jumped Into the air," leaving a stretch of several yards In 'ength dangerous for travel. The heat, according to reports brought here, forced the paving to rise a foot or more, and there It remained In a peculiar looking for mation. The thermometer register ed 109. Marconi Hopes to Get Message FromxMars RAIX FALLS IX SACRAMENTO I OX MORXIXG OF FOVRTH; Twenty-five thousand people is a conservative estimate of the num ber who were In Ashland yesterday to attend the Fourth of...

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 July 1922

asmAKD ULEI"lf TTOUfCS PAGE TffO fc-4i'".i'l;wire-!ia.W' Ashland Weekly Tidings Established 1876 '"'.-" Published Every Wednesday by THB ASHLAND rRINTlNtf CO, ( rntti tsa"nl Six Months . '..";.'. M.lV.2u Three Months Local Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the woru, eacn time Legal line Card Obituaries, ine u '."I PratPrnal orders and societies fhafg-1 ,lpg regular untlation iee?aimuul!,iit PI rat Each subsequent tune, fie- . Jntered'af 'lbO ABhftnd." 04H itoffke as seoond ' class ;. mail j Entered Postoffke as matter. 'Notices, each tune,-me- , , .tt. .j,,,- .EBnej.- hl , . .. ......... . i- run i-4 fill unit.. in ..1. hi , v- ' . t . - . . of Thanks i . . J i :.'..,. .. PlniM"..'. pi',Vryf"Wiv rami ir r:iiea. Reliciou -mrd bBevo ent .otiees . aeiay. 'M-Jjflrf fi I TOI'M f' . -it , .m S: rharied at the regular ad-1 SMttl fU&JU fiilMMllatSr.liyrf-KaK Morton ue.'" .i.i t. I. i; i. ..r 21 .K. ia.,h i..,fl.ri.J'.ii'rui 1 ...ti 'j ix wrr.viin. Brtlsine rate for all advertlsii...

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 July 1922

ASHLAXD WEEJILT TIB 15 OS PAna THRE3 Local and Personal ..'."(Prom Wednesday's Daily) ... Returns to Ashland -- Jess- Smith, - brother', of . Mark Smith, who has been , away frpm Ashland for some time, returned to the city yesterday evening. Visiting Sister Here : . . I. R. Martin, of. Ottumwa, Iowa, arrived In the city this morning for a tew weeks' visit with his sister, Mrs. Emma Coffee, at her home on Oak street. . , . .. ,. ; Will Leave for Riindon ' ..N.Victor Knott, who has been con ., nested with the Whittle transfer company for some t!me lias resigned his position, and will leave' In 'a few days for Bandon, Or., where he has, accepted a "position. Visits' Daughter ' ' ' ' H.' Al Smith, of Torfanfl, arrived "yesterday' and 'Is 'the -guest of his daughter, Mrs. W. J; Wallace, Mountain avenue.' ' " "- 'ItrilNliIng l'p PliMM-ty Mrs. Belle Butcher, 673 East Main street, As "Well as her neighbor, Mr. ' cVowson.-'hdve- dressed up their '"homes with' a new" coat of paint: -Visited H...

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 July 1922

FAGB FOtH , i i ii i i" '-.U'1'1 j-L LL i- '....! ! Local and Personal (From Monday's Illy) Home for Celfbration Johnny Ruger and Lawrence Lee dom, two. Ashland boys, who hsve ben spending the last month at Lake of the Woods, are home for the big Ford and Fourth celebra tion. Suffers Paralytie Stroke Word has been received In the city from San Monica. Calif., to the ef fect that Charles Hargadlne had a light stroke of paralysis at nls home In San Monica a few days ago, which affected one sldt of his body. While the attack may not prove fatal, he Is a very alck man and physicians fea for hi recorery. Notblaf Equals Ashlaad Word has been received from Mrs. & A. Hawks and son Max, who made the trip to Moscow,, Ida., In their ear. They report an enjoyable trip and say they found some very nloe auto camps along the route, but nothing that came up to the Ashland 4- Leave for Home- r. W. McCracken and wife, of Pat terson, Calif., who have been netting at the homes of J. A. McCracken an...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
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