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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 31 December 1919

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1919 NO. 77 .VOL XUII L The meetings at the Free Metho dist church ure progressing both In Interest and attendance. Much of God's power Is in the services and a number Have been converted. Four have united with the church. Rev. J. W. Glazier' und wife are giving messages of power and benediction In song and preaching. These ser vices will continue ull this week. A watch night meeting will be held Wednesday evening. Visiting pas tors from abroad are expected. Christmas Kiiteitulnineiit Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwein en tortained at dinner on Christmas day for a number of guests who were In Ashland spending the holiday with them. The. house was brilliantly decorated for the occasion and a big turkey dinner was served the com pany, who sat down to the feast by the light of a miniature Christinas tree which graced the center of the uble. The guest list consisted of Miss Irma Edgar, a niece, Caflyn Schwein, a son, and Ted Schwei...

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 December 1919

Wednesday, December Si, 1610 ASHIAXD WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGE TWO ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Established 1876 Fublished Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND PRINTING COMPANY BERT R. GREER Editor OFHCUL CITY AND COUNTY PAI'UR TELEPHONE 39 Kl'USt'IUPTIOX RATES RY MAIL Olio Year Six Months . . . Three Months One Year Six Mont lis . . . 1.23 Outside of the Vnitcd Stales . 1.4 u ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertisements, per column inch, each issue, 25c. Loral Ueadeis, the line of six words. 10c. Classified Column, lc the word, each time.. Legal Notices. 3 1-3 ,,'"ls tlie line' each time' Cards of Thanks, f LOO. m, implies. !i rents me hub ' Vi';itirnnl orders and regular rates. ll"WM.-.l ... , 1 :.! or collection is taken, ui me regwui '"" "-' 11113 1111 ' societies charging regular initiation fees and dues, . ,ii u i,..,i f- nit oiiviriisinir when ... i i n....vnti-nt sorieiies win iir cm, - little hostess. The mothers of the children, Mrs. Donald Whitney, Mrs. fi. V. Hilo and Mrs. H. T. Elmore and Mr...

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 December 1919

Yttdncwiity, tVemebr 31, 1010 ASHLAnI) VEEKL TIDIN09 PAGE THKEfc mHmittnmtnm&tmtmnmffl LOCAL AND PERSONAL f ttm::un::it:t:!:nttt:mmttittntt:mnmu Mr., and Mrs. Dan Wlltrout and baby of Grants Pass motored over from that city Christmas and had dinner with Mrs. Wiltrout's mother, Mrs. H. L. Creen. They returned to Grants Puss Friday. Mrs. George Jenkins received a message yesterduy morning telling of the death of her son-in-law, John Chnppel, which occurred In Colorado. He is survived by his wife and one small daughter. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs W. A. Dlbby of Oak street Tuesday. December 23. Mr. and Mrs. Ural Coleman were In Gold Hill over Christmas spend ing the holiday with the hitter's mother. J. P. Campbell was over from Klamath Falls the fore part of the week visiting his children who aro spending the winter at the home of W. A. Shell on Granite street. He returned home Thursday night ac companied by his son Paul, who will remuin with his father for two weeks. ' EAST HART...

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 December 1919

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Wednesday, December 31, 1010 TAGE FOUR COVXTY COVRT PROCEEDINGS Violet Zimmerman, grand I jury witness The following Is a schedule of ex-1 Rawles Moore, nttornoy penditures of Jackson county, Ore-, fees, State vs. Vatoli.. i:on, together with a list of the Irwin F. Koenlg, circuit claimants and articles of service for court witness fees which the claim is made and which F. Roy Davis, circuit court were passed upon by the County reporter 4B.O0 Court of Jackson county during the month of November, 1 'J 1 9 . and were Total $,50.2j allowed as follows, with the excep- ,lui,l lie Court tions shown: Lenore Godlove, justice County Court und Commissioner court witness fees (1. A. Gardner. Co. judge, Nick Oinian, Justice court salavv of Co. judge.. $ James Owens. Co. conilillS' sinner's salary Geo. W. Owen, Co commis sioner's salary Fred .1 Pick, freight for Co. judge Gold Hill News, supplies fur Co. judse Home Telephone Co., Co. judge's telephone. Sept. Home Telephone...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 7 January 1920

jroenn Ilts'nr leal Wr- CLY TIDING ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1920 NO. 78 VOL. X LI J I Prof. Reimer Returns ASHLAND WEEI MANY Wim RRIRHT FUTURE M0MNS MINISTERS 10 TAKES QVN LIFE MEDFOUD, Jun. 6. The funeral of Dau Maliar, who commltloil Hill-1 cide last Friday by placing u single burrell shotgun ut his throat und: firing It, was held tod ay. Mr. Maliar -was a former well known bartender, of this city, and ill-health was sup- posed to be the cause of the deed.; He, had entered a chicken coop dur-' lug the absence of his wife und son, and was found there with the gun lying botwoen his knees. Death Is supposed to have been Instantaneous, as both the jugular vein and main artery In his throat were severed.; On account of the ubsencc of Coroner I'erl thet ragedy was not reported1 until Saturday. He leaves a wife' and one son. i RilT FFW TFATHFRSi H1R HL BUSINESS1 FILE IN 4 MONTHS SESSION IN MED FORD; Frnrn Trin in China m avBMM a a w x a a a Bil.KM - Ore. The following fig- ...

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 January 1920

Wednesday. January 7, 1020 PAGE TWO ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND PRIXTIXG COMPANY Editor BERT R. GREER. . . 1 The Social Realm . 1 OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER TELEPHONE 39 SlltSCRll'TlON KATES BY MAIL MONDAY'S NEWS Reception to Pastor Members of the Cougregutiouul church and their friends gave a re ception unci fruit shower in honor of the newly elected pastor, Rev. J. D. Gillanders, and his family recent ly, which was one 'of the leading so cial events of that congregation. Mr. of the president. Reports of various dinner was served. Only the 1m commlttees were Riven, That treas- mediate members of the families were present. Mrs. Anderson, mother of the groom, was present from Corn ing, Calif. The bride and groom will leave for Corning, Calif., tomor- urer'g statement showed a good bal ance on hand, which led tod iscus sion and vote to contribute to a. fund for painting thee hurch. The boys of the society ...

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 January 1920

PAGE THKEU ASItXAXD WEEKLY TTOIXOS Wednesday, January 7, 1020 UtUUUUUttSIUUSUHlUIUUtUUUltlSUUn I LOCAL AND PERSONAL J mnnminnntmrnmnimrniMntinmnB FRIDAY'S NKW9 Dr. J. B. Webster Is making u business trip to Portland (or severul days this week. 1 Mrs. J. M. Wagner and daughter, Elizabeth, were guest of Mad fold friends over Wednesday night. . Mrs. Henry Carter of Mountain avenue is visiting friends In Cali fornia this week. ' Harry Paul Custaf.ion, who served for three years in the navy hospital corps in the Philippines, return home on Christmas day to unexpectedly gladden the hearts of his parents. Mr. 'and Mrs. Oscar Ouatafson. The young man has been honorably dis charged from the service. Mrs. S. L. Allen has recently nego tiated two sales of properties through lfer real estate office. These are the J. It. Lozer home and lot on Lau rel street which was purchased by Attorney W. J. Moore and the W. 8. Stennott hotWe and lot on Oberliu street purchased by J. M. Poole. r Mrs. Harry A....

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 January 1920

( PAGE FOVB ASHLAND WEEKliT TIDINGS Wednesday, Janmiry 7, 1020 i LOCAL AND PERSONAL Harry L. Moore is the proud pos sessor of the new Cleveland Six late ly luou,:!it in on sale at the White St.-ir s-irae by X. Dix & Son. Mr. Moo e lr,s nh.':;ily tried out Ilia new I .irvhiso on the Dead Indian road mh! pronounces it 100 per cent ef- lu-iout. Dwight Gregg and Leith Abbott left last night for Eugene to resumo their. work in the university. When our label is in your coat, you are well dressed. Puulserud & Barrett. 107-5 Mrs. J. S. Smith, formerly of this city, but now living in San Dieso, is reported to be in poor health. Fruit Inspector's Office . E. R. Oatman, fruit inspec tor's salary 154.00 H. T. Pankey, fruit inspec tors Binary 154.00 I ih I. - t r":iver Suni :y lor the e:i ,-ti'er spending til i -ir 1:. nves here. ir vacation ; 125.00 100.00 80.00 65.00 12.50 14.25 .voiir Tiot & R.nett. .Toll ii n. Wimer, former city recor der in" Ashland, who has recently .! serving ...

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 January 1920

o a ''logon Historic! SooMty, Auditorium ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL.XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1920 NO. 79 Me w Lumber Business Starts on Siskiyous C0STMEDF0RD$125: One of the-moHt important cicala I to the Interests of Ashland und vi cinity has been transacted recently. This was the purchase made by the Durham brothers of the Dallas Box company, of the timber on a section of land on the Siskiyous, located on the Pacific highway. This Umbo. was sold by E. T. Merrill, and the deal was negotiated through tho Eeavor ('Unity company. This tract is composed of upwards of 13,000,000 feet of timber, and it is the intention of tho Durham broth ers to begin operations on their new purchase at once. In fact, they have ulrcudy purchased a mill which will be brought here and erected on the tract, and the manufacture of lumber will begin as soon as tho mill Is erected. , , Tho purchase of this tract will bring to Ashlund four new families, those of the four Durham brothers, be...

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 January 1920

Wednesday, Jiinnnry 20, 1020 ao rrt a vrv Tttfftrt.v imrmna PAGE TWO . ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Established 1S76 Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND PRINTING COMPANY BERT R. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER TELEPHONE 39 SUBSCRIPTION' One Year Six Mouths . . Three Months One Year Six Months . . Oulsido of the ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertisements, per column inch, each issue, 35c. Local Headers, the line of six words, 10c. Classified Column, lc the word, each time. Legal Notices. 3 1-3 cents the liue, each time. Cards of Thnuks, 51.00. Obituaries, 2 cents.-the line of six words. Internal orders and societies charging regular Initiation fee. and dues. ""ThTTidings has a lar.er circulation than all other newspapers combined. bland. Oregon, Entered at the As DEDICATE MT. ASHLAND TO SOLDIERS Prof ' Vinlng has a splendid Idea cu..di at Medford, is a very pretty as to how to croat a monument to blo(.k ot Cornice that are proving the soldier hoys. lie proposes thiitlVerv profitable, the...

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 January 1920

PAGE THKEE Wednesday, January I I, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TTDIXCS fnmtnmtmm:aanantMKnmntn I LCCAL AND PERSONAL U!tt:mmm:nm:m:!tt:ntmii!tiraw SATCKDAY'H NEWS .. Mrs. G. N. Gray is back from S.in Francisco where she had been spend ing a couple of weeks with rolutlves mid friends. Rov. Charles A. Edwards went to Phoenix today where lie addressed tho teachers of Jackson couuty in session there. The subject of his address Is "The Opportunity of the Schools." - The two automobiles belonging to the Steinbrook transfer and J. Ar rant came together lust evening at the Junction of Helman and North Main streets with bad results to the cars. No one was hurt, however. Mr. Bergner, father of 0. T. Berg ner, manager of tho Vlnlng theater, of thl city, is hero from Kansas City, Mo., und will spend some time with liis son. II. 0. King and family of Pasa dena, Calif., arrived in Ashland this week and are looking around the city with a view to locating hero. Karl ami Wayne Durham, two prominent business ...

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 January 1920

AfintAxD tetEkt mmm Wednesday, Janunry S6, 1020 u:i:;::;::;nu;.-::::i::n:::::;n:::rt;:::n LOCAL AND PERSONAL ' 'tt:jKac:si:a3JaKWWttasatmn MONDAY'S NKWS i "le commotion a vision of a newly I fri Mrs. G. S. Butler left yesterday fori decorated and modernized building. I Sun Francisco where she will visit T'- floor has been torn up and will, k for awhile before joining her hus-ie retiled, the walls decorated andi jj baud In Bakersfield. They expect to, the entire interior woodwork vilI;Sjj remain in that section for several' undergo finishing that will mako: weeks. , the' batik look as If It had been new- Mrs. C. V. Winne left lust night for Portland on an extended visit.! ! Vrs. C. X. Gray is back at her post in Mi (ice's di goods store afte spending a two weeks' vacation with her family in Sun Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Ferguson left S.,turday nidit for a week's visit to S:i Francisco and Oakland. i j Mvs. V. A. S'.ratton was up from Talent SaturJav. She h?- been suf-' ferine wit...

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 January 1920

ASHLAND WEEKLY. TIDINGS vol xi.n r ASHLAND. ORfijOON, W B ON RT) Y, .1 ANUA RY.2 1 , 1920 NO. HO mm AT AUCTION PORTLAND. Stands of 15,620, 000 feet of government timber will be Bold at public miction to tbe high est bidden) ut the United States land office, in Portland, January 27 ut 10 a. m. The timber Is described us being In the following localities: III section 21, township 4 south, range 1 cast, 4,000,000 feet of fir, ut u minimum price of $1.75 a thousand feut; in section 33, same township anil range, 1,580,000 feet of fir und 25,000 feet of cedar, at $1.50 min imum; in section 23, township 2 south, range 4 cast, 1,050,000 of fir und 30,000 feet of cedar, ut $2.00 minimum or both lots; in section 29, same township and range, 710,000 feet of fir, ut $3.00. in section 19, township 2 gouth, range 5 east, 5,875,000 feet or fir, ut $1.25, und 770,000 feet of hemlock und 330,000 foet of cedar, ut 50 cents minimum; in section 31, township 3 south, ran go 0 east, C50.000 feet of fir, ...

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 January 1920

PAGE TWO ashlaxd weeklt tidings Wednesday, .Tniulary 21, 1P21 ASM LAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Established 1876 Published Ever- Wednesday by THE ASHLAND PRINTING COMPAN Y Editor The Social Rea!m BERT R. C.KiiEK. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER Tf-LEPHONE 39 MONDAY S' NEWS Pean Fov Speaks Tomorrow Much Interest is beillK taken In j Ashliiud over Hie coming of Dean ' Elizabeth Fox of the University of Oregon who will speak here Tuesday afternoon in the interests of the I Mrs. Lavlna Howard; assistant con-1 city. The evening was spent In play-1 dne.or. Mrs. Anna Moss: assistant ing BOO. Mrs. Jane Klum won first: guard, Mrs. Ellu White; color bear- honors, while Mrs. Homer Barron Minnie Lane, Administrators of j as the Intercut may appear, and the estate of Eric Weren, Deceits- thereby all and any title, estate, Hen era, Mrs. Anna Robison, Mrs. Ida Jennings. Mrs. Alsamodu Carleton, Mrs. Elizabeth Robertson; musician, Mrs. Mabel Roberts: press corre- received the consolation prize. ThO; guests pre...

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 January 1920

Wednesday, January 21, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY- T1DI'G9 PAGE TllKPTt? iimniK:nii:m:aiammmauw jj LOCAL -AND PERSONAL jj m:!t:u;:!!!!:::!::;r::!tt:m;m:imttujm:: KATl'IiDAY'H MOWS Dr. J. II, Webster has purchased a now Fonl runabout which he is using to facilitate his professional duties. Mr. Penny of Klamath Fallr,. nil old time friend of Mr. und M;.t. C. K Sams is In Ashland. Mr. Penny'! er rand here is to look tip a home before- bringing his family here from the city over tho mountain. ; A. C. Itedifer has moved his fum Mrs. E. H. Edgar, wife of thely from Uo8(!,)Urg wnere they had evangelist who. lias I.e. t. preaching; been vng BM(1 hll eettle(1 ,n Aah. Bierjr nigni in an I'rosuyieriall- church, arrived In Aihlaud yestoidi.y and will remain hiri for some lime with her husband. Mrs. Edgar is a fine vocalist and assist) her husband In this munner with bis evangelistic work, ' Attorney W. M. Briggs is ho'ue front Portland where he had been spending several days on business. Attorney and ...

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 January 1920

r PACK FOIH ASHIJIXn WEEKLY TIDINGS Wednesday, Jiinuary 21, 1020 aw:nria:tKjainr.n:croaanmaa) LOCAL AND PERSONAL V :::::::::-:::::::::::::::::!!!!: turn runn MONDAYS NKWS .Mrs. Prescott. who has heen vis- iting relatives in Ashland for sev- er-l ve.ks, h returned to her hom iu Sklfin. T. M. Brooks, n resident of lrtano. who has been living in Ashland for seveial months, li ft the l..st of the week for California to remain th rest of the winter. .Mis. 1!. K. Hall and children leave for .Southern California ill a few ri.vs to remain -during the winter, Two deputy intern . 1 revenue col- lei tors will be in Ashl mil from Feb- man Hih to llth to assist citizens in makiio; out their Income state- m-T.ts. purine' these days deputies Wiinhei iy mid pilrymnlp will be at ilie city hall. About Januaiy 22 all suns who made returns last year will be supplied with proper blanks lor making returns froni the oflice of internal revenue., Portland. Deputy Revenue Collector Wimber ly was in Ashland y...

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 January 1920

r9f0B Hsforfca, , ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL XLIII HIGHWAY WORK BE CAREFUL WHEN EXTERMINATING ; FORESTER QUITS lYS'lK LECTURER C0IV1ING TO LOCAL PART TIME DQiiiTOiMfi! TRAINS APPROACH; HARMFUL ANIMALS TO ENTER BUSINESS CLUBS SHOW GAIN SPEAK ON ARMENIA SCHOOL ORGANIZED i iiuufiLuuinu COLD HILL, Jan. 27. Work on full Bpeed and still a quarter of a the overhead crowing ut Tolo Is ad-1 milo away will cover the remaining vuncing rapidly. The first timbers distance in 18 seconds; In half a mile for tho treutliiiK were placed this! away, it will flash past In 36 sec week, Betting. in readiness to pour in, onds. teh concrete. ' 1 Those figures are offered by R. J. i..,..nri ,,.,i i.,i,in ,,i' Clancy, safety specialist of the Itock Point, under Parker & Ban- field, is Hearing completion rapidly.! motorists the significance of attempt The upper structure Is now tho prln-l"K to cross ruilroud tracks with a clpal point of construction. A pon- train in sight. toon la being constructed at the...

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 January 1920

fcAOE rvro ABOUND WEEKS MMNCI8 Wednesday", January 28, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND PRINTING COMPANr 11ERT R. GREER. .Editor OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER TELEPHONE 39 KvnsriuPTiox rates ry mail Or.e Year Six Months . . . Three Months .52.00 . 1.23 Outside of the I'nited States One Year . . Six Months .2.B2 . 1.40 ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertisements, per column inch, each Issue, 25c. Local Readers, the line of six words, 10c. . Classified Column, lc the word, each time. Legal Notices. 3 1-3 cents the line, each time. Cards ot Thanks, J 100. Obituaries, 2 '4 cents the line of six words. Fraternal orders and societies charging regular Initiation fee. and dues Ro,U,n,.. anil benevolent societies will he charged for all n, when j an admission or collection Is laKen, at in. ictu... w iidings has a larger circulation In Ashland and its trade territory than all other newspapers combined. Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postnffi...

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 January 1920

tTcdnMwIny, January 2fl, 1020' PAOS TJtRfcfi AS1ILASD WL'EKLt 1151X09 LOCAL AND PERSONAL J mmK:t:tm:ttmtmKUttammja BATIKDAY'S NEWS . Mr. und Mrs. 0. S. Butler, who are In Sim Francisco spending never.il months thin winter, represented Southern Oregon at the banquet mid conference of the national republi can committee which took place in that city this week. Councilman F. J. Shitin had his knee badly bruised yesterday after noon when a pilo of hoards fell against It In the Carson-Fowler Mrs. S. C. Hunter left yoBterday for Grants Pass to spend a few days with her huuhnnd who la stationed In the Western Union telegraph of fice thero. THURSDAY'S NEWS Among the recent property change! reported In Ashland Is the Elluson ranch near the railroad, which It i rumored, will be acquired by W. E. Moor, one of the city letter carriers. Mrs. Furquahar has returned to her home In Portland after an en joyable visit with Mr. and Mrs. Uudd of this city. Mrs. Farquhar former , Ira Hansen, who had been...

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 January 1920

' Wednesday, January 28, 1020 Vtm run ASITLANH WEEKl TIDINGS TALENT TIDINGS ( Continued from page one) minus on a business visit, was in Jacksonville Monday. She went to Aslilc.nd Monday night accompanied lv Mrs. Rose who will Stay over nxhl for a visit Willi Mrs. Ziders. Mr O A. Mannine liiis built quite ;;n addition to his progeny on the h.Khwiy consisting ot a kitchen and SCleOIl pOlTB. Mrs Fletcher Spencer nn.lerwent (liiile a seiious operation at the Sa cred Ho'i't hospital Monday morning She is revorteil us pelting alone quite niiely. Mr Siencer's mother is ear in c for her ihree small children dur ing her sickness. Mr Itnli.h Koozer. manager of the Ratloy Canning company, has rented a house in Modioli! ami moved his family there Monday. Mr. r.ney is (inie low at his home here and Ins sent for his daughter, Mis. Hlakeley of Astoria, Ore., to come iiml he with him. Mr. Fox. ill, who owns a beautiful little ranch home on the I'acili hi-hway. is putting a new fence in front which...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
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