ASlltAK) DAILY TIDIXG8
' Published Every Evening Except Sunday by .
. THE ABHLAXD PRINTING COMPANY
Bert JU Greer , EUwlf
OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES DELIVERED IX CITY
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One Month, Delivered
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Subscription Rates By Mall Outaide of City
One year by mall
Six montha by mall
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No out ot town aubacrlptlon taken for leaa than three moutba.
By Mall Outside of Vnlted States $8 11
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.each time 20c
....each time 17 He
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Every other day, eacn men .... .
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Local IWdrr ..10c
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To run every other day for one month, each line each time. . .... 7C
?o Z every Issue for one month or more, each line each time. . 6c
CUaalfled Column '
9?S WMuredfoVonemmohth or more. the word each time.
Carda of Thanki. $1.00
Obltuarlea, 2 ft centi the line.
Fraternal Ordrra and Societies
Aavertlslng for fraternal ordera or aocletlea charging a regular InMMM
Advertising ior n ii-inn and benevolent ordera will be
d for .7vertl7n when ndm.aa.on or other charge la made, at
the regular rate. i
.' The Tiding, haa greater circulation In Ashland and Ita trade territory
than all other newapapera
FIELDS OF FIRE
During the world war eight well
known American Illustrators and
palntera went to the front with the
troops of the American Expedition
ary force, as official historians of
brush and pencil, and as a result
five hundred paintings and draw
ings represent the work of these
artists In France. These pictures
recently were turned over by the
army to the 8mlthaonlan Institute
where they will be preserved. The
artist corpa.waa composed ot Cap
tnlns W. K. Aylward, W. J. Duncan,
Harvey Dunn, George Harding, Wal
lace Morgan, Ernest Pelxotto, An
dre Smith and Harry Townsend, all
hnen whose names were known to the
Forty of the best of these pic
tures, loaned by the war depart
ment to the American Legion
Weekly, will be reproduced from
time to time In that periodical. The
first appeared In the Issue of Sep
tember 6, and were painted by Har
vey Dunn. Copies of the American
Legion Weekly containing the re
productions of these pictures may
be aeen in the Commercial club, and
those who weren't there may see
war as It was In these paintings
which are the result of brush and
palate piled on actual fields of fire.
"pnt.r.a at the Ashland, Oregon, Postotflce as Second Class Mall Mjatter
Some people have to get high up,
or "drink hard" to see things, others
can aee them from a level.
Such a man would see the splen
did opportunity now making goo-goo
eyea at him from the atreeta ot Ash
land. One hundred percent ot the visitors
to Ashland like the city and Its en
vironments but we can only accom
modate a few of them.
New comers, attracted by the true
atorles of our climate and waters and
beauty are seeking accommodations
to sojourn. Not all wlBh to buy or
t...iM immetiatalv. We have no
ay u vs -- -
apartmenta or modern furnished
houses to otter them.
Nor are the hotel and rooming ac
We have built up the out door at
tractive features. Our schools, our
parks and our springs are attracting
the people, but It looka like many
will pass on for want of accommo
dations. It Is remarkable that owners ot
such buildings as the Austin hotel
and the business block opposite can
not stir up courage enough to grow
with the city.
A completion ot the unused space
In the Austin, a remodeling ot the
upper floor ot such a building as the
Vsupel store building Into modern
apartments would readily bring
handsome returns and serve to hold
the visitors pouring in. It would
serve to stimulate some one who can
see from the level the overtures of
Miss Golden Opportunity.
An apartment bouse Is needed In
Ashland. It must come. He who
builda now will certainly be a ben
efactor and receive large returns.
Who haa the courage?
We will till the building.
solutely In need ot that generous and
self-sacrificing spirit which haa stood
firmly by It on many tryln occas
ions, and never more so than In the
terrible war Just concluded, wblch
brought so much suffering and de
vastation to the world at large.
The Daily Tidings can, now It 1'
thoroughly equipped and up-to-date,
lo much to Instruct, direct, and en
tertain the body politic, and the
managing editor will, moat assured
ly, put forth his prlmest efforts 1b
The town newspaper, equally with
(he town pump (pouring forth a gen
jrous flow ot refreshing water) It
oo small factor In singing the praise?
it a community bent upon dolnt
iomethlng and being somebody It
:ts day and generation, and we trust
that the day may never come when
the said newspaper and Its health
lvlng companion the said pump
111 ever cease their united efforts
n making "Aahland! My Ashland,"
veritable paradise for tourists In
iearch ot rest and qluet.
H. O. GILMORE.
. Even after the meek have Inherit
ed the earth some blustering trust
'official will come around and col
lect the rent.
WORDS OF GOOD CHEER
Editor ot the Ashland Dally Tidings.
Dear Sir: It gives me great pleas
ure to send you a check tor five dol
lars to pay for a year's subscription
to our latest arrival the Aahland
Dally Tidings and to say that no
business man, as a steady advertiser,
or cltisen having the best Intereeta
of Ashland at heart can, for a mo
ment hesitate to put bla hand to the
plough and help to secure a per
manent resting place for a venture
that bodes good to us all.
There never was a time In our
country's history when It stood ab-
O FASH LAND
AS YOUR BUSINESS
you may require an ad
ditional banking connec
tion. You will find The Cltl
. sens Bank ot Ashland
. of . valuable service to
We are ever alert to the
best Interests ot our cus
tomers. Accounts solicited.
(From Portland Oregonlan.)
ASHLAND, Ore., Sept. 4. (Spe
cial.) The Ashland Tidings, estab
lished in 1871 as a weekly and con
lucted tor the past several years as
semi-weekly, is now an evening
dally with full wire service.
The eatabllahment was recently
moved from the quarters It has oc-
:upled since 1176 to commodloua
iew quarters in the Camps block.
rhe Tidings Is owned by the Ashland
Printing company. B. R. Greer Is
Only once before In local history
has a dally newspaper been published
In Ashland. During a snow block-
tde In the '90s, when several trans
were tied up here and no newspapers
were coming In from the outside
world, the Isolated community was
supplied with the world news by the
Tidings through dally editions.
The appearanec of the new dally
puts the stamp ot permanence on the
remarkable year ot prosperity which
Aahland has enjoyed. Thousands Of
tourists have visited Ashland during
the past summer, attracted by Llthla
par kand the mineral springs. The
money left by these, and by the big
gest fruit year tn history has given
prosperity to every line ot business.
The city Is overcrowded. Houses
are Impossible to get and real estate
Is moving fast.
Beaver Realty Co.
THE POPULAR REALTY CO.
211 E. Main St. Phone 61
"A man can borrow mousy on
what he puts Into a home. He can't
on what he pays out for rent."
"I want to see every wage-worker
wn bis own home."
W. B. Wilson. U. 8. Bee y of Lahor.
We have several choice homes as
well aa bargains In acreage. Some
saa be sold on small payments and
DAX CONKER, Proprietor.
Headquarters for Commercial Men
European Plan.. Excellent Grill.
Two Blocks from Llthla Park.
ASHLAND, OREGON. '.
Shie 177 Follow
Federal Duck Law
SALEM, Ore., Sept. 8. The Fed
eral seasons for duck shooting Will
be followed by the State game au
thorities, according to an announce
ment made by Carl D. Shoemaker,
State game warden. For all of
Western Oregon, or game district
No. 1, which takes In all the coun
ties west of the summit ot the Cas
cade mountains, the seasons open
on October 1 and close on January
16, both days Inclusive. For East
ern Oregon, or game district No. 2,
the season opens on September 18
and closes on December 81st, both
The courts hare uniformly held
that the federal law la supreme and
it seasons are to be changed they
must come through the federal gov
ernment and not the state. Sports
men throughout Oregon will, there-
my . a
Broken Lenses Duplicated
Glasses Furnished Same Day
Factory on Premises
E. D. ELWOOD
S01 E. Mala
OWN YOUR OWN HOME
If yon can afford to pay rent yon
can afford to build your own home.
Why throw your money away In
rent? We will gladly offer sugges
tions and quota prices without obli
gation to buy.
Ashland Lumber Co.
AU kinds of Building Material
Ws are now ready to supply our pa
trons with the NEWLY ADOPTED
School Books, and we ask you to
favor , your dealer who handles
School Books at less than the cost
of doing business, by purchasing all
your school supplies . there. We
have the Biggest 6c Tablets In the
market, also Pencils, Penholders,
Bring In your OLD School Books
this week and get your credit memo,
School Books are STRICTLY CASH
as the publishers require us to pay
ore observe the federal laws an
seasons with reference to the shoot-'
lng of ducks. However, all other
provisions ot the state law,' with
the exception ot the opening and
closing dates, will be enforced as
there is no conflict with reference
to bag limits, hours for shooting
and methods of pursuit. ' The bag
limit for migratory birds Is twenty
five In any one day and not to ex
ceed thirty in any seven consecu
tive days. .
HOUSING PROBLEM IN
JAPAN GROWS SERIOUS
(By the United Press)
rnvvA 1X1,9 Uall The
Jarlnii.na.. nt tha hnUlInC Situation
in the big cities of Japan may be
Judged from the fact that recently
one ot the trans-Pacific liners
brought 130 passengers for Yokoha
ma when not a alugle room was to
be had at the leading hotels of Vo
lt generally costs a fellow from
one to ten thousand dollars tn this
country to prove' that he la not guil
Not a Luxury
Five dollar cash prise for beat SOO
word essay on paint and its
uses; 18.00 for second best; 11.00
each for next two. -
Must be In my bands by Octobsr 1.
Contest open to every school girl
kohama or Tokyo. The new Arrivals
bad to take what they could get at
the obscure hotels and at the Japa
The hotels ars crowded with res
ident guests unable to find bouses.
Many families, coming to Japan are
obliged to put up at hotels or with
some newly-made friends for months
before they can find suitable places
THEY DON'T DO THAT
WAY IN ASHLAND
J. W. Clark has moved his belong
ings from the Young building Into
the old band room where he Is selling
the entire lot. He reports that so
many people are taking In roomen
here, there la not enough patronage
to profit hlra In keeping the room
ing house open. Gold Hill News.
Blackheads, blotches and pimples
are generally caused by the im
proper action ot the bowels. Hoins-
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea regulates
the bowels, cleans the stomach,
clears the complexion from the In
side nature's way - "Get that
healthy, happy look."
PAUL8ERCD A BARRETT
For Men and Women.
LOOMIS & NELSON
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Hardware and Sporting Goods
215 Fourth SL Phone 23
Kidney troublu don't disappear of
laenioelvos. They trow slowly but
teadlly, undcrmlBlnr health with
deadly ertalnty, until you fall a vlo
Mm to Incurable disease.
Mop your trouble while th.ro Is tiro..
Don't watt until little pains become bis
aohoa. Don't trifle with disease. To
avoid future suffering; begin treatment
with OOUD MBUAii tiaariem im ip-
T.ke three or four every
you are entirely free from
Tbla well-known preparation baa been
one of the national remedies of Hol
land for oenturlee. In 1( the gorern.
meat of the Netherlands (ranted a
epeclal charter authorising Its prepara
tion ana sue.
The housewife of Holland would al
most aa soon be without food as with
out her "Real Dutch Drops" as she
quaintly rails GOLD MEDAL Haarlem
Oil Capsulee. They restore tr.ngto
and are responsible In a area! meaaure
for the sturdy, robust health ot the
Do not delay. Oo te your drug-fist and
Insist on hi supplying you with GOLD
MEUAL, Hurlim Oil Capsule. Take
them a directed, and K you are not
aliened with results your drugglat will
gladly refund your money. Look for
the name OOU afBDAL on the bos
and accept no other. Ia sealed boxes,
"Don't Cheat Yourself
says the Good Judge
There's nothing saved
by chewing ordinary
tobacco. A little chew
of that good rich-tasting
and its good taste lasts
all the way through.
; Little chew lasting
satisfying. That's, why
it's a real saving to buy
this class of tobacco.
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
put ufi in two stylet
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B GUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
The Paint Moa
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Mew Fall 'Arrivals
The most complete and beautiful line that we ever had on our
shelves for Fall are arriving every day. It will pay you to look
over our big line.
i Dress Goods Blankets
:: Trlcotlnes, Velours. French Serge. , ;; u and mogt y
;; and all other known materials are ,, ta ;
to be found in our new stock In , . , ' '
io no iuuuu is In our store. Plaids In all the
. , .11 the season, latest .hades Price , , di(erent cM M . ;
ii will be right. and duality the best ; .. colorg. Now ls the tIm0V t0 prepare , ,
tor the money. Buy now. ;; ,, for w,nUr $3.00 to U.OO ;
Bath Robe Blankets Dress Velvets
Full BUe and already to be cut to , M '
pattern. Come In different color i New and nifty for Fall wear, comes
: . combination, that are plea.Ing to : ! ,0 ln black' grey ,8"d DfttUraJ ? ' '
ii look at, and big .values to wear. VAlPEL S fr wide width, can be cut. or ;;
Priced at 16.00 each. T0Va- Moderately priced with
' high price, taken Into consideration.
Bath Robe Flannel
: ;Nowjl,the time to provide for those ;; u . u. .. . '
; ! - cold, winter morning.. This n.nnel : Don 1 tM t0 In8P0ct our big line, ot ; , . .
come, in grey. and white, navy and- :: !! Fur. that we have for Fall. Price, , , ,
red,.tan and blue; and grey, purple ;; -quality and style will be right on ;;
i and white color combination.. 18 every article that we .ell. The artl- ;;
In. wlde,.prlcedat 66operyard. We J.', ' ii -cle. that we have today In .tock
claim thl. flannel to be the very i are worth 25 per cent more on the ;;
i best quality that can be bought tor ;; market today. Buy now and get ;;
! the money? hence the value. , larger values.
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