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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 16 August 1922

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS OL. VXL ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 16,: 1922 NO. 51 COAL STOKE ME TO WWW EBBS, mm Miners and Operators Reach An Agreement In " Joint Conference SATISFACTORY RATE OF WAGES the ratification of this Joint commit- Motor Jam in Chicago When Street Car Men Struck IS AGREED UPON RATIFIED AND tee. This morning it wag submtted to the miners and operators in joint conference and the report of the! Under Terms of Settlement of Long committee was adopted. Rattle, Work on Mines Represent lng a Tonnage of Sixty Million)) Will Be Resumed. CLEVELAND, O., Aug. 15. The great strike of the bituminous coal miners came to an end late today insofar as It affects sixty odd mil lions of tonnage represented In the joint conference of miners and op erators here. The agreement wag reached afcr a conference that has extended over three days. From the beginning a disposition was shown on both sides to get together, and with this spirit being manifested on both sides of the controver...

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. — 16 August 1922

.. ft ii ASHLAND TIDINGS Ashdik, fetty !;J ys Established 1S76 Published Every Wednesday by THS ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITY AXD COUNTY PAPER. TELEPHONE 8f. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year . $2.00 Six Months 1.25 Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES. Display Advertisements, each Inch 30c Local Readers, the liue 10c Classified Column, the word, each time lc Legal Notices, each time, the line 3 l-3c Card ot Thanks $100 Obituaries, the line 2Kc Fraternal orders and societies charg ing regular initiation foes and dues, regular rates. Religious and benevolent societies will be charged at the regular ad Terti8ing rate for all advertising when an admission or collection is taken. Legal llato First time, per 8 pt. line lOr Each subsequent time, per 8 pt. line & Entered at the Ashland. Oregon, Postoffice as second class mall matter. VACATION AT THE U. OF O. By Margaret E. Dill "Well, how did you enjoy the summer Bcsslon at the U. of 0?" and "Do you think I'd get anything out of a summer ...

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. — 16 August 1922

ASItLA!TD WEEKLY TIDINGS MG1 THRU LOCAL AND PERSONAL (From Wednesday" Daily) In Portland on Business Robert Mlddleton, proprietor of Blkhorn gun store, left on train 64 Sunday evening for Portland, where be will attend Buyers' week. Mr. Durfee Is looking after bis Interests at the store while be Is away. Motor to Crater Lake The Fred Wilson family motored to Crater Lake Sunday, where they spent a few hours looking over the beautiful scenery, returning home the same day. lime from California Mrs. Or.'eve and baby, who live In northern California, are visitors In Ashland for a few days. Leave for Rogue River- Ben Howe, who has been holding forth at the Plaza meat market for the last few weeks, left Sunday for Rogue River, where his mining work will keep bim busy for the next sev eral weeks. Leave for Home- Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hansen and son Donald, of Ames-, Iowa, who have been visiting with Mrs. Han sen's sister, Mrs. L. J. Orres, for the past few weeks, left last week for their home....

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. — 16 August 1922

AsiftAM imm mtm LOCAL AND PERSONAL i Visiting with FWJnd Mrs. Vivian O'Neill arrived this morning on (rain 12 to spend a few days' as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Patterson. " and other friends in the city. (From aaturaajr Daily) Pond Being Cleaned The pond near the entrance of LI thla park 13 being cleaned of the i years collection of mud, and will i Moves to California present a much more sanitary ap-j James Foxall, who has been oceu- pearance when the Job has been ! vy-ng tne rerozzi property on uran completed. Return from California Mr. and Mrs. O. T., Bergner -who have been sojourning in southern California for the past several weeks have returned to their home in Ashland. ite street, has moved to California. IjpVfg on Vacation Miss Myrta Olterdale, chief oper ator at the local telephone exchange, leaves on her annual vacation tomor row. She expects to spend the first week in Portland, and may take a ramping trip upon her return home Her place Is being filled during her ...

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. — 23 August 1922

HSft 0L VXL ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUG 23, 1922 - NO. 52 HER PROJECT IS CONSIDERED BY CITY lllll 18-YEAR-OLD GIRL OP CENTRA L1A ATTACKED TALENT IRRIGATION' COMPANY OFFERS NEW PROPOSITION' TO THE CITY CENTRALIA, Wash.. Aug. 22. Misg Anna Frank, 18, wag attacked and bruised about 10 o'clock Thurs day night as she was returning from the home of a friend. No report was made to the police. She said her assailant wag roughly dressed and atepped from behind a tree. Unconscious, with a handkerchief tied over her mouth, she was found lying In the street by Walter Con rad, driving by In his aulomoblle( with his family. . Bridge Is Memorial to Massachusetts Soldiers Jf, I Would Bring Wtttr ThrouKh BHli- viuw to I'pper Oowson Hill, bjkI Thence to Anderson Ditch, Insur ing Ample Irrigation Supply. The city council met last night In special session to consider a new water proposition which would re lieve the water shortage here during the summer months Councilman Joy bag been endeav oring to...

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. — 23 August 1922

Ashand Weekly Tidings Established J876 Publlflhed Every Wednesday by THH ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUXTY PAPER. TELEPHOXK 31). SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 12.00 Six Months 125 Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES. I Display Advertisements, each j Inch 30c j Local Readers, the line 10cj Classified Column, the word, each time lc Legal Notices, each time, the line 3 1-3C Card of Thanks Obituaries, the line 2&c Fraternal orders and focieties charg ing regular Initiation fees aud dues, regular rates. Rfllipious and benevolent societies will be charged at tbe regular ad vertising rate for all advertising when an admission or collection is taken. Legal Risto First Mme, per 8 pt. line IOr Each subsequent tlmo, per 8 pt. line Rl' Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postoffice as second class mail matter. ' i - CITIES KNOWN I!Y THEIR AUTO CAMPS (San Francisco Examiner) Thoimnnils of cars are on the roads of the state now and many of: them are carrying camp equipment experienced an...

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. — 23 August 1922

UBLAX9 THTEKLl TWEXGM LOCAL AND PERSONAL (Prom Wednesday's Daily) Make Trips to Oaves- Mr. and Mrs. Bert Smith, Miss Jessie Thatcher and R. P. Kruggel maae a trip to the Oregon caves Sunday. They left some time before sunup and It Is reported that It was late Sunday night before they ar rived home. Will Return to Ashland S. B. Stoner, who has been visit ing in Morrill, Kansas, for the past several months, writes that he has left that place and is bound for Ashland. Baby Girl Arrlv Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bosier are the proud parents of a bouncing baby girl which arrived at their home this morning. Mows Into Apartment J. H. Snyder has moved from 455 Mountain avenue to an apartment In the E. E. Phlpps building on East Main street. Working for Transfer Co. Ham Oslln has taken a temporary position with the Whittle Transfer company. Back from Pishing Trip Lynn D. Mowat is in the city again after having tried to run all the fish out of Klamath lake. However, he failed to Bbop up here with any g...

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. — 23 August 1922

AittLAJTl? tfCEKLf TIOtKGS LOLAL AND PERSONAL (From Saturday Dally) Lavt for Lnke . ' Mrs. H. C. Stock, and th Misses Alice Walker, Helene and Gertrude Blede left this morning for Lake of the Woods, where they will spend a few days at the Stock cabin. Had Tonsils Removed Miss Gladyse Deputy had her ton alls and adenoids removed Thursday of this week, and Is reported as get ting along nicely. I'ndergoes 0orat Ion Mr. Love umlerwent a nasal oper ation during the past week by a local physician. Tonsils Are Removed Helen Dickerson is confined to her home as the result of having had her tonsils removed this morn ing. In City Today Mrs. Alice Smith Jay, of Medford, was in the city today passing among old friends. Will Leave for Home Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Fraley and children will leave for their home this evening, after having spent the past two weeks visiting with rela tlves In the city. Visitors IOJive for Lake Mr. and Mrs. L. House and chll dren of Hlllsboro, Or.f visited over night In the...

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. — 30 August 1922

HLAND WEEKU VI TIDINGS AS A8HLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 30, 1922 OL VXL NO. 53 1 50 PERSONS ARE LISTED MISSING IEHSMS CHILEAN STEAMER ITALIA RE PORTED LOST OFF THE CHOROS ISLANDS TWO COAST VESSELS " i ARE ALSO ON ROCKS Kiwi Freighters Wabash and Gray Wrecked in Vuuyi Sound in A Heavy J'og, Hut It. Is Said No Live Are LoHt. LONDON, .Aug. 29. One hundred and fifty persons are missing follow ing the sinking of the steamship Italia off the Choroa islands, accord ing to dispatches received here. SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 29. A cable to Uie marine department of . the chnmher of commerce, from San- i- tiago, Chile, reported the loss of the '""T .... mL. -j : . V. Chilean steamer uai a. me uupa' aald 150 persons and the crew of the vessel were missing, but gave) no details. The Choros islands, mentioned In! the London reports, are a barren, rocky group' of islands off the Chll-, ean co.ist. The Chilean coast rises J almost perpendicular landward, of-j ferine all chance for :escue to the sl-lck...

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. — 30 August 1922

1 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Ashand Weekly Tidings Established 1878 Published Every Wednesday by TKH ASHLAND PRINTING CO. CHARG OFFICIAL CITY AXD COUNTY PAPER. TELEPHONIC SO. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 six Months i.2E Three Months 75 E-MADE TO LEGALITY OF GRANGE TAX B ILL ALL IRELAND MOl'RNS t AS MICHAEL COLLINS' ' IS BURIED IX POMP PORTLAND, Aug. 28. The DUBLIN, Aug.f 28. Michael e Collins, late commander In 4 $ chief of the Free State army, $ was buried in Qlasevln ceme- 8 $ tery today, alongside other S noted Irish patriots, while all $ Ireland mourned. -P The funeral was one of the S largest and most Impressive In 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 of Thanks 81.00 Obituaries, the line 2c Grange Income tux bill Is to be at tacked as to sufficiency of slgna-) the history of Ireland. tures upon the initiative petition : S $ submitting It, in...

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. — 30 August 1922

ASHUUrn tTCEELT TtMftQS FAGS THRU Local and Personal (From Wednesday's Dally) Rebuilding House C. M. Hamilton, whose house on Liberty street was almost completely, destroyed by fire a few months ago, has started to rebuild the place. Building Storage Addition The Bagley Canning company is building a new addition to their plant at Talent. It is understood that the new building will be used (or storage purposes. Visiting Parents Mrs. Hortense Borne arrived laBt evening on train 54 to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Win ter, at their home on the Boulevard, (or a (ew weeks. House Nears Completion The H. S. Mellor house on the west end of Ashland street, which "has been under construction for the last few months, will be completed In the very near future. WrlU-s from Seattle T Mr. and Mrs. Howard Robo, who left several dayg ago for a motor trip to the north, have written from Seattle, saying that they are having a very enjoyable trip. House Itclng Completed The Charles Robertso...

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. — 30 August 1922

ilftlAiro WEEKLY RfttfGS Mi Local and Personal (From Saturday'! Dally) Return Home Mrs. Lillian Howe, who bag been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Floyd Putnam, of Beach street, has re turned to her borne In Brownvllle. Writes from Nevada A letter received from Will Lind say, who recently moved to Fallon, New, says that they are settled and like the farm life and, have found good neighbors, but hope to return to Ashland some day. Returns from Oil Jug ' William Swlul , who has been spending the wee': In the vicinity of Butte Falls, returned horns this morning. Visits in Ashland.. Gus Newbury, Medford ttttornef, was a visitor in Ashland Monday. Visitors In Medford Mrs. Max OeBauer and son Har old were visitors In Medford yesterday. On Picnic Trip The Detrick and Wallen families and L. Schweln made up a party j Joins I'p with Circus that spent Sunday pinclnlcklng on; L. Richards, who has been work- Rogue River. I ing at the Tavern cafe for some time Vixit in Ashland Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Edg...

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. — 6 September 1922

TIDINGS ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. SEH. 6, 1922 VOLXLVI NO. 1 ASHLAND WEEK ai i ii in AM K f g I 1 $ JMU I INULA VI uuJinruuiiiniLo: ninnnrm imnnnJ UnlTO MM FOR LABOR DAY CROWDS OTiOOK TO OjlTY FOB CELEBRATION AND DO NOT MIND THE RAIN PIERCE SPEAKS ON "FRATERNALIZATION Labor and Woodmen Chiefs AIho De liver Addresses; Prizes for Parade Awarded by Committee of Civic Club Women; Dances Finish Day. Editor's note Context of Walter M. Pierce's address given on page 2. Labor received its proper recog nlt:on Monday, when it was com memorated with an all-day program and celebration at Llthla park. Bus-1 iness houses were closed during the day, whllo from early in the morn ing until in the afternoon, crowds kept driving in and out of the city. A reat many citizens of Grants Pass and Bedford were present. At'lO o'clock the parade passed! down Main street, headed by Jesse". i itwmer, wuo nas cuurB 0. Winburn. as marshal of the day. He! the station, spent a great deal of was followed by the da...

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. — 6 September 1922

f AGS TWO ASHLASD WEEKLY rffiDfGS iBflIin8TfMIHWlH SilM MMMS frS5 AshanJ Weekly tidings Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THB ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITY AXD COUNTY rAPER. TELErilOXK 80. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $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 line 3 Card of Thanks $1-00 Obituaries, the line ...2Vic Fraternal orders and pocietles charg ing regular Initiation fees and dues, regular rates. Religious and benevolent societies will be charged at the regular ad- - .,11 nflirartltiltitr when an admission or ejection is taken. .-- - Legal Rate i First time, per 8 lit. line lr Each subsequent time, per 8 pt. line ISo Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postoffice as second class mall matter. MORE CUCUMBERS Gus Newbury, the genial Medford attorney, Is Indignant over the WI1- lamette valley claims to large "cukes...

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. — 6 September 1922

&S3ULX0 WZSIXi TU3 LT FA 01 T2 23 LOCAL AND PERSONAL - (From Wednesday's Daily) Return from Lake . Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Dennis re turned from Lake of the Woods Monday, -where they had been spend ing several days on an outing from the dally grind ot selling groceries and feed. The Fred Engle and Will Dodge families have ittlso arrived home from the lake after short out ings there. Vixlts Relatives Robert Dennis, of McCloud, Calif., was a guest at the home of bis uncle J. N. Dennis, Monday. Former Resident Visits Mrs. Minnie Magoon, of Portland, Is making a visit here with relatives and friends. Mrs. Magoon is a for. mer resident of Ashland, and may decide to remain here Indefinitely. Irf'uvo for Denver Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark, who have been making the Hotel Oregon their headquarters for the past weeks, left this afternoon on train 53 for Denver, Colo., where Mr. Clark was called on account of some mining interests m umi e,u.. y. the country. 'injured a few weeks ago when he " jwa...

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. — 6 September 1922

- ASftLAM) toaxLt ttotnta Local and Personal (From Tuesday "j flatly) Return from Outing The Edwin F. Young family, of 116 High street, have returned from a summer's outing In the Willamette valley. Visitor from Grants Pass Robert E. Wlllett, of near brants Pass, was In the c.'ty today on busi ness and was passing among old friends here. Mr. Wlllett Is associ ated with Arthur Long In a dairy a few miles out of Grants Pass and reports that everything Is going along nicely. Both Mr. Wlllett and Mr. Long are former Ashland boys and were members of the old First company. Mrs. Louis Schweln and three daughters have returned from San Francisco, where they have been risitlng for the past several days. Will Moot on Lawn The B. Y. P. U. will meet at 207 Vista street on the lawn at J. o'clock Sunday evening. Notice the change in the hour. Like Postum, "there's a reason." Come and find out. Dies in Eastern Orejn Word was received in the city yesterday of the death ot Mrs. Barnhouse, mother 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. — 13 September 1922

FRIDAY IS ASHLAND DAY AT THE FAIR ! LET'S - GO. i ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDIf ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13, 1922 VOLXLVI NO. 2 NuS mm w E ACCEPTED BY 111, JEWELL SHOrCRAFT HEAD IN SECRET SESSION WITH POLICY COMMITTEE MODIFICATION IS " REFUSED BY JUDGE Wilkerson Givcg Unions Second Set Back; Will Not Move Until the Government Presents Evidence of Conspiracy or Restriction. CHICAGO, Sept. 12. "Settlement on a separate peace plan lor ending the strike Bhould be reached by 5 or 6 o'clock today," it wag declared by Bert L. Jewell, president of the striking federated shopcrafts, as he entered a secret session of the shop crafts policy committee to continue deliberations. Jewell, for the first time, admit ted that he had arranged a separate settlement plan with various rail roads, and that he would urge Its acceptance by the policy committee. CHICAGO, Sept. 12. A motion to modify the most drastic provisions of the omporary injunction secured by the government against the strik ing railway...

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. — 13 September 1922

-a 1 ' ASSLiKS OULT TCDCfGB .isfctad Weekly Tidings .Established 187S Published Every Wednesday by THB ASHLAND PRINTING CO. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAl'ER, TELEPHONE 80. SUBSCRJPTION RATES. On Year 82.0C Six Months 1-25 Three Months 7S ADVERTISING BATES. Display Advertisements, a c b inch 30l Local Readers, the line 10c Classified Column, the word, eacb Ume lc Legal Notices, eacb time, the line S Card of Thanks $1.00 Obituaries, the line 2 He 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 First time, per 8 pt. line 10f Each subsequent time, per 8 pt. line Br Entered at the Ashland, Oregon Postofflce as second class mall matter. HUNTING SEASON BRINGING OUT WILD TALES OF CHASE Here s a real hunting yarn, as told by J. A. Parker, of Bly, accord ing to the Klamath Falls Herald. While bunti...

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. — 13 September 1922

lSSLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS flat THBZl Local and Personal (From Wednesdays Dally) Return from East- Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Whillock have returned from a six weeks' buying trip through the east, where they mixed pleasure with business by stopping In New York, Philadelphia and Boston to order their winter line of goods for the Golden Rule stores at. -Ashland and Medford. While in the east, they visited a number of the popular pleasure re sorts and looked up relatives and friends In various sections of the country. Made Trip to Crater Lake Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Grubb and Miss Eunice Grubb spent the week end on a trip to Crater Lake, re turning home Monday by the way ot Klamath Falls. started home and expects to reach Ashland the latter part ot the week. He will stop for a short visit in Spokane before coming on to Ash land. Leaves far Eugene Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Spencer left this mroning for Eugene, alter having spent the summer in Ashland visiting with relatives and friends. On Way Home W. G. Cu...

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. — 13 September 1922

IsriLAjtiJ we&sli ttomoa Local and Personal (From Saturday Sally) Putting in Trrnlrt The K. P. Holmes grocery U put ting an lrou pipe under the sidewalk to the gutter In order to make a drain ofr their vegetable window. Moves Reported 1 The Heckner family have moved from 109 Granite street to 143 Nut ley street, Mrs. Clianuell has moved from 189 Granite street to 100 I'nton. Rev. John F. Leggett, the new pastor of the Christian church, has moved to 353 Hargadine street. Hume from the Kast W. G. Curry, who left here a few months ago on a business trip to Pennsylvania, has arrived home. Mr. Curry reports conditions in the east a being very much the same as Is found on the coast. Braver Returns from Salem A, M. Beaver returned this morn ing from Salem, where he was la attendance on the Methodist Epis copal conference. Rev Edwards was advanced to the chairmanship o the committee on conference claimants, wh!ch will raise funds for the purpose. Rev. Chaney, of Klamath Falls, was appoi...

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