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Thursday. September 1 2. 1912.
Quickly Fly Away
So don't let YOUR dollars re
Put them where" you can't get
at them bo easily deposit
them in a savings account at
this bank. '
Do it today!
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
. MIMIMllMMHMIIIlM j ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 tltt
Attorney G. C. McAllister was at
Jacksonville on business Wednesday.
Elegan display of millinery Fri
day and Saturday at Miss Hargrove's.
- M. McGrath was transacting busi
ness in Medford between trains yes
. terday. R. L. Burdic and Attorney
Moore were also Medford visitors on
the same day.
Join Fuller's pressing club. We
look after your clothes'. 30-tf
Miss Clyde Parton of Eagle Point
and Miss Carrie Morehouse of this
city left Wednesday afternoon for
San Jose, Cal., where they will enroll
as students in the California State
Something Interesting for the la
dies at Miss Hargrove's opening Fri
day and Saturday.
The old patrons of the Pacific Tel
ephone1 Company will be pleased to
hear that Miss Mamie C. Barnes, who
was , formerly cashier in the tele
phone office, has again assumed that
position, succeeding Miss "Gertrude
Hicks, now Mrs. Sneed.
Everybody's wearln' m those
English cloth hats and caps at End-
J. H. Kennedy will leave Friday for
San Francisco. After a short visit
there he goes to Los Angeles for
a week's visit with old Australian
friends and will take the steamer
there for Australia on a business trip.
He may be absent several months.
The .Tidings is for sale at W. M.
Pbley'rf Drug Store, 17 East Main St.
Louis" Lager left yesterday on a
, business trip to northern -California,
and may extend his journey to points
in Klamath and Lake counties.
Largest and best line of school
shoes in the valley at moderate
prices. Enders big store.
A. S. Moyer left last evening tor
Montague, Cal., to superintend the
construction of several cottages for
the F. E. Conway Co. at that place.
Ashland-Klamath Exchange will
buy all your empty sacks.
Charles S. Fee of San Francisco,
passenger traffic manager of the
Southern Pacific, was in Ashland
Tuesday on a tour of inspection re
garding matters pertaining to his of
fice. The most complete and up-to-date
'line of children's and infants' shoes
with the new aviation and cuff tops.
All colors. See them at Enders'.
The delegation of the National
Geographical Society which is to visit
Crater Lake this week will probably
pass through this city Saturday en
route home. It includes many men
of national prominence.
We are the leading tailors in the
city. We satisfy. Fuller's, 81 Oak
There will be a free lecture on
Christian Science at the Elks Temple
Friday evening, September 20, by
Frank J. Leonard, one of the board
of lecturers of the Mother Church.
All are Invited to attend.
The Citizens Banking
and Trust Co.
Issues "A. B. A." Cheques and
recommends them to tourists.
The safest and most convenient
. Hotels all over the world are
glad to cash them for guests.
Railways, steamship lines, and
the best shops generally, accept
1,111 Hi HJMjMII jgy
The Tidings was in error last Issue
in stating that Norman Ashcraft is
teaching in the grades in the Central
Point schools. He is teaching sci
ence in the high school in that place.
Save money. Buy your suits and
overcoats at Fuller's, 81 Oak street.
The handsome and sightly bunga
low being erected by E. W. Arbuckle,
on upfcer Winter street, is approach
ing completion. It will be a credit
to that part of the city.
Every pair of Enders' school shoes
is warranted to give entire satisfaction.
G. G. Eubanks is remodeling his
residence at the corner of Wimer and
Chestnut streets. ' A basement has
been put under the house and a
kitchen added, together with minor
None better made Michael-
Sterns suits and overcoats. Latest
fall styles at Enders' big store.
W. A. Freeburg returned Monday
night from his trip to Sacramento,
Reno, Nev., and other points, where
he has been doing effective advertis
ing for the city of Ashland for sev
The Natatorium Swimming Pool
will be open Friday, Saturday and
C. F. Bates, who left the other de
layed Shriners at Kamis, and took
stage to Roseburg, arrived home on
the train Monday evening.
No extra charge for Norfolk style
suits at Fuller's. Others greatly re
duced. . 30-tf
There will be speaking at the Tem
ple of Truth next Sunday afternoon
and evening by A. Scott Bledsoe and
wife. Everybody welcome.
The Natatorium swimming pool
will be open Friday, Saturday and
J. P. Holcomb, for many years a
resident of Ashland," left Tuesday for
Cleveland, Ohio, his old home. He
has been a resident of Oregon and
California for 54 years, this being
his third visit east in that time. He
is undecided whether or not he will
return to the coast.
When you have shoes to repair
take them to the Ashland Electric
Shop, 343 East Main street. Lyman
& Sons, proprietors. The best of
work. Try them.
Miss Ruby Lindsey, who b teach
ing school in Klamath county, came
over yesterday to remain until Sunday.
O. P. Helms of Talent has accepted
a position as clerk at the Hotel Ash
land. Elegant display of millinery Fri
day and Saturday at Miss Hargrove's.
Miss Turpin of Decatur, 111., has
been visiting friends in this city for
the past couple of days.
Mrs. Mattie Carlson left Wednes
day evening for Texas on a business
SPIRELLA CORSETS. Boned
with the most flexible and indestruct
ible corset boning, guaranteed not to
break in regular corset wear. Phone
263-R. Residence, 369 Hargadine.
Mrs. Annie Gash left yesterday for
Silverton, Ore., for a six weeks so
journ with a niece and nephew
Enders is showing the very newest
notch collars. Better take a look.
Mrs. W. P. Sedge and daughter.
from Klamath Falls, have been visit
ing at the home of William Nort
ridge, 272 Orange street, for the past
Our desires to hear something en
tirely out of the ordinary will be sat-
isifed by meeting ' the Metropolitan
Concert Entertainers at the Elks
hall next Wednesday evening.
J. F. Settle returned a few days
ago from a visit to the fair at Salem
and a visit with his brother at
Something interesting for the la
dies at Miss Hargrove's opening Fri
day and Saturday,
J. E. Wheeler has rented a ranch
near Talent and just moved his fam
ily to that place.
The prices on our school shoes are
lower than quoted anywhere else.
See Enders. '
The Polytechnic School reports
two new students enrolled this week,
and interest in school work at a fever
heat. President Gibson is expected
here from Ookland the loth of the
present month to look after matters
concerning the school.
Orres' Tailoring and Cleaning
Shop is the place to get your suits
tailored and cleaned.
Dr. and Mr3. Herrick of Kokomo,
Ind., who have been spending the
past six weeks as guests at the home
of her son. Rev. L. C. Poor, left Wed
nesday forenoon for Los Angeles,
Cal., where they will visit for a short
time before returning to their home.
Call and see the swell new English
last shoe for young men at Enders'
C. H. Michel left yesterday for
his home in Flora, 111., bearing the
remains of his father, the late L.
Michel, to that place for burial. The
comrades of the G. A. R. and Ladies
of the W. R. C. accompanied the re
mains to the depot.
You can save at least $3.00 on
your suit or overcoat at Fuller's, 81
Oak street. - 30-tf
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Miller and Mr.
and Mrs. S. A. Carleton returned re
cently from an automobile trip to
Burns and Mt. Vernon Springs, in
eastern Oregon, where the former
has a large ranch. It was the first
visit of Mr. and Mrs. Carleton to
that section in 30 years and they
found great improvements and
changes in that time.
Michael-Sterns hand-tailored Roch
ester clothing for men and young
men. Fall line now ready. Popular
prices. Enders' big store.
T. K. Bolton returned Tuesday
from the Shriners trip. Mr. Bolton,
In company with J. C. Hurt, Alex Mc
Cloud, Joe Poor and Congressman
Reeder of this city and Shriners from
other points, went from Marshfield
to Portland by boat. Mr. Bolton
stopped off in Portland to visit his
daughters and also attended the
State Fair at Salem.
Sold as cheap as anywhere
We give FREE with every
purchase a genuine
Hardwood 5c Ruler
m. & asm utj uivi j j;
ASHLAND JUGH SCHOOL
Personal Notes That Tell of Activi
ties in the Heal m of the
Little Veston Casey, son of J. B.
Casey, who has been in the moun
tains at the Happy Hill ranch for the
past four months for his health, has
returned much improved. When he
was taken to the mountains suffer
ing with inflammatory rheumatism
he was unable to walk, but Is now
able to get around nicely.
Ladies' high-class tailoring at
Orres' Tailoring and Cleaning Shop
Homer Billings and bis bride ar
rived from the east this forenoon.
. Mrs. Susie L. Allen returned yes
terday from a ten days' vacation
spent at Hillsboro, Albany and Port
land. W. E. Conner, who has been seri
ously ill. Is reported somewhat im
Mrs. M. E. Wood of Aberdeen,
Wash., left .Tuesday for her north
ern home, after spending ten days
here with her brother, J. S. Rasor,
and family. Mrs. Wood was return
ing from a tour of California.
The Polytechnic school has been
presented with a beautiful electric
chandelier by Good & Danford, for
use in the school office.
Enders' big store is showing the
celebrated International all-wool
tailoring line. Better see them and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sweney of
Osage, Iowa, arrived in the city this
forenoon for a brief visit at the home
of their nephew, B. W. Talcott . They
are on an extended trip to the coast,
having left home early in August
and visited a daughter in Seattle the
past month. .
Fire, fire, fire. It may be you
next. Get insured. See Clif Payne
he will save you about 40 per cent
on the cost oi your fire insurance, tf
Miss Lea Stoner left this morning
for Los Angeles. From there she
goes to Long Beach, where she will
spend the winter with her sister,
Mrs. A. S. Spaulding, attending
school under a private tutor. Miss
Vivian Freeman accompanied her
and will accept a postion as govern
ess in the Spaulding home.
Just received, a big line of trunks
and suitcases at prices that will
please you. Enders' big store.
G. I. Richardson, formerly man
ager of the opera house in this city,
but recently of San Diego, Cal., ar
rived in Ashland Monday afternoon
accompanied by his son Oliver, and
is spending a few days visiting
friends. They will go from here to
Portland, but Mr. Richardson has
just sold the Casino theatre af San
Diego, and his future location is as
The Elks' Club, always careful in
their selection of high-class enter
tainment, has secured a rare treat
for all music lovers, for next Wed
nesday night, with the appearance of
the Metropolitan Concert Entertain
ers. Attorney J. A. Lemry returned
Monday night from a trip down the
valley in the interests of his candi
dacy for prosecuting attorney. He
reports himself as well pleased with
the outlook. He also states that he
dnds a very strong Dunn sentiment
in the north part of the county, and
that business indications are improv
ing greatly, there being a much more
confident feeling than on previous
Clarence Darrow passed through
Ashland Tuesday on the way to Port
land and other northern cities. In
the interval between now and his second-
trial at Los Angeles, October 21,
he is on a lecture tour that Includes
Pacific ' coast and intermountain
states. Mr. Darrow predicts that the
appeals of the Bull Moosp candidate
for worklngmen's votes this year will
fall on deaf ears, and looks for the
election of Wilson.
Watch and wait for Enders' big
opening of dry goods, notions and
ready-to-wear garments,, for ladies,
misses and children.
George C. Martin, a real estate
and stock dealer of Cottonwood, Cal.,
stopped off Tuesday on his way to
Portland with stock and spent a day
In looking over the city and vicinity.
He expresses himself as well pleased
with this section and may return to
make this his home at some future
time. .. Though he has been passing
through here frequently for years,
this was' his first stop, and he was
surprised with -the extent and beauty
of our city. ',.-
The body of Frank Bauer, for
many years the only or lea'ding
meat market man in Ashland, who
died In Lakeview last April, was
brought here today by his widow
and son, Frank Bowers, and Inter
ment, takes place Friday in Harga
dine cemetery. Mrs. Nellie Ragdon,
daughter of the deceased, and two
children, of ' Springfield, Ore., came
down Tuesday and met the party
from Lakeview here. ', ,
Registration at the high school
reached a total of 192 on Wednesday
evening, or 13 more than were regis
tered at the end of the first week
last year. Of these two are gradu
ates taking additional work, 33 are
seniors, 48 are juniors, 47 are sopho
mores, and 62 are freshmen. The
200 mark will probably be passed by
the end of the week, as many stu
dents are yet at work gathering
Of last year's faculty seven in
structors remain. These are F. E.
Moore, principal; Miss Florence
Wagner, assistant principal; Miss
Martha Gilchrist, Miss Edith Merrill,
Miss Orpha Parker and Miss Blanche
Davenport. The three new instruct
or are all men Jean Manion, head
of the manual training department;
E. E. Coen, instructor in agriculture
and chemistry, and W. E. St. John,
Instructor in Latin and debating
The executive committee of the
student body association met Tues
day evening and elected Walter Car
penter to be junior representative to
the executive committee; Harold
Huntley was appointed student as
sistant to the treasurer, and Linn
Mowat was appointed football manager.
Wednesday evening a booster
meeting was held by the boys to
arouse iuterest in football. After
the meeting a large number got out
for the first preliminary practice.
Regular practice will begin next
week. Ashland's prospects for a
winning team are bright. Seven old
men will be in the line-up. They are
Eugene Moody, fullback; Elmer Ash
craft and Walter Phillips, halfbacks
Harold Huntley, right tackle; Fred
Garrett, guard; and Morse Plymate,
left end. Alvin Wheeler, while in
school, will not be in the ranks. His
place will be ably filled by E. Dews,
sub-center. Two likely candidates
for the vacant positions are J. With
row, from Talen, and Robert Spen
cer. Many other good men are
bound to show up. The team is for
tunate in having back its old coach.
Mr. Butterfield, a former Stanfard
end. He, with Mr. Manion's aid
ought to put out a winning team
While the schedule has not been
completed, it is probable that Med
ford, Grants Pass and Roseburg will
Four of last yer,8 basketball
team are back Herbert Poor, the
giant center; Victor Mills and Pete
Spencer, guards, and Walter Phillips,
forward. Brick Moody, sub-forward;
Morse Plymate, sub-guard, and John
Enders, a former Ashland boy, last
year with Hollywood-high, will all be
strong contenders for the team.
Debating does not look very hope
ful. None of last-year's team is in
school. This team, moreover, was
defeated in its only debate, by Klam
ath Falls, vjreat interest, however
is being manifested, and as soon as
the iquestion for debate is received
active preparation will begin.
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Elks Hall, Wednesday, Sept. 18th
Thomas Mclnerney, a fireman on
the S. P., is at his father's ranch
at Martines recovering from a bad
attack of blood poisoning. H
scratched his hand slightly some
weeks ago at the Helman baths
this city, but gave the injury slight
attention. It became so bad that h
was compelled to go to the railroad
hospital at San Francisco, where he
remained under treatment for two
weeks. He is now improving an
expects to return to duty about Oc
Snappy line of the latest cloth hats
and caps decidedly English. See
'em at Enders' big store.
Madame Dilliun's Millinery Store.
Hats and trimmings, novelties
neckwear, bags, hair goods, etc
Also a complete art embroidery de
partment. 201 East Main street.
Prices the lowest.
, Auspices of the Elks (Tub.
The Public Cordially Invited
The program to be rendered by this talented .company next
Wednesday night will be a musical extraordinary, absolutely one of
the finest treats of the season. A company of four finished artists,
violin virtuoso, dyric soprano, reader, dramatist and elocutionist,
soloist and, acepmpanist. .
An evening with the masters interspersed with familiar songs
and treasured melodies.
Advance seat sale at Rose Bros.', commencing Monday, Sep
tember 16. '
Commencing 8:30 o'clock
PRICES 50 AND 75 CENTS
Auspices Elks' Club.
Buy Good Land Today
Real Estate bought right and tended properly will give vou something:
to bank on in the future.
We have something that will interest you.
VOll INSTANCE, LET US SHOW YOU
17 acres of high-class orchard land, partly In bearing; fair house and barn;
lies well and good sublrrlgation; a place that grows on you; all you.
need is to see It. $4,500.
14 acres two miles from town; half In alfalfa (3 crops), rest in orchard.
partly bearing; fair house and good barn; location that can't be
Good city properties at right prices, also.
41 F.UHt Main.
ALL KINDS OF GOOD INSUltAXCF.
Ingvald Wicks, the great Norwe
gian violinist, with the Metropolitan
Concert Entertainers next Wednes
day night, is heralded as a second
Kubelik, a master of the violin.
Epizootic spenis to be affecting
horses in a 20-yea reyele, worse now
because of greater numbers. The
western prairie states, however, are
rich enough to buy automobiles.
IN TOUCH WITH FRIENDS and RELATIVES
What would be the weight of a
12.r-pound -darkey after an hour' in
solitary confinement with those five
Wenatchee watermelons that weigh
rr GRANDMOTHER may not bo us spry
us she used to be, but she is in close
touch with her world for nil that.
The telephone enables her to make a3 many calls as she
pleases, and In all sorts of weather.
Formal-gatherings have their place, but It is the many little
intimate visits over the telephone that keep people young and in
terested. Grandmother's telephone visits do not stop with her own town.
The Long Distance Service of the Bell Telephone takes her to
other towns, and allows relatives and friends to chat w'lth her al
though hundreds of miles away.
The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Go.
Every Bell Telephone Is the Center of (lie System.
. . Afeiv Term Opens September 2nd, t9i2 . ..
CORNER BOULEVARD AND MAIN STREET, ASHLAND
Offers a thorough and practical course in all Commercial and Stenographic training.
Offers a thorough Normal course for those who desire to prepare for
teaching in public or private schools.
Come to Ashland
And attend a school that trains for success.
-And attend a school that teaches the practical things oHife.
And attend a school that turns out bread-winners and gives independence.
And attend a school that gives an education that
Leads Straight to Business and Success
No matter whether you are a millionaire or at the other end
, of the financial thermometer, you need a business education.
' ' . v,
Ashland Normal and Business College
Phone 474, Ashland, Oregon. )
W.E. Gibson, President. H. C. Ingram, Vice Pres. W. T. VanScoy, Principal.