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Thursday. July 2., 1912.
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CHAIR DOCTOR R. H. Stanley, ex
pert furniture repairer and up
holsterer. Carpets beat, relaid
and repaired, bed springs re
stretched, chairs wired, rubber
tires for baby buggies. 26 First
avenue, opposite First National
Bank. Phone 413-J.
WANTED A good second-hand sin
gle buggy, cheap for cash. Ad
dress Box 354, Ashland. Phone
TO EXCHANGE 8 acFes in
Rogue River Valley Orchard Co.,
for property in Stockton, Cal. All
clear. Address Box 59, Stockton,
Cal. - n-4t
FOR TRADE What have "you? " 160
acres in Weld county, Coloradqj
small house, plenty good water.
Address J. Baron, 304 Mechanic
St., Ashland. 13-lmo.
BARGAINS IN TENTS A few new
tents, used for only ten days dur
ing the Chautauqua, at special re
duced prices. 345 East Main St.
Cameron & Patty. 15-tt
TY to exchange for Ashland prop
erty. Estimates cheerfully fur
nished on building and general
carpenter work. Phone C. S. John
FOR RENT Furnished housekeep
ing rooms; ground floor; hot and
cold water; bath. Call at mil
linery store. Second street, near
FOR RENT Bedroom with use of
sitting room and bath. Also table
board. Mrs. Nathan Durkee, 64
BICYCLES FOR RENT New and
j second-hand bicycles for sale
cheap. Bicycle repairing, prompt
service, good work, low prices. All
kinds of tires and supplies at cut
prices. Eastern Supply Co., 101
North Main. 77-tf
FOR SALE An Oliver typewriter.
See Gillis at the Tidings. tf
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE for sale.
Good as new. Call at 520 Terrace
St. 14-1 mo.
A GOOD SPAN of matched geldings
for sale, also harness and hack.
1167 E. Main, J. A. Orchard.
FOR SALE Good income property,
82x140, with buildings, next to
telephone building on Oak St. Ed
A. Estes. . 12-tf
FOR SALE Acreage located on the
Boulevard, near railroad. Call on
or address Mrs. C. W. McKlbben,
Route 1, Ashland. 82-tf
IF YOU WANT an A 1 fruit ranch,
plenty of water, in exchange for
close in city property, call at 520
Terrace St. or address Box 532,
Ashland, Ore. 15-4t
TIDINGS WANTADSare little real
estate salesmen. A 50-cent want
ad. will put you in touch with
somebody who wants the property
you have for sale. Try it.
FOR QUICK SALE A 4-room house
on large lot, well located; bath,
pantry, toilet, hot and cold water,
garden, fruit, and chicken pen.
Will sell cheap. .156 Eighth St.
FORTS ALE Single harness $7 "and
up; with collar and names, $10.
Made in Ashland; our own make.
Don't buy factory made harness.
Eastern Supply Co., 104 " North
Main. ' 77-tf
FOR SALE A span of mares, six
and eight years oia, weight 2,600.
Can be seen at Wells' ranch, four
miles east of Ashland. For par
ticulars inquire 76 Lincoln St. or
phone 409-R. 15-4t
FORS ALE OR TR ADE A- 34-36
H. P. Rambler automobile in first
class condition. Will exchange for
lots or acreage. Call at Nims &
Saunders' grocery or E. E. Bagley,
141 High St. 15-4t
FOR SALE By L. N. Judd of Tal
ent, Ore., 240 acres of fine saw
timber and land, convenient to
sawmill, not far from Talent.
$3,000; $500 cash down, time on
balance. Also sawmill property.
Come and examine. 14-4t
CLEARANCE SALE OF FORE
CLOSED CHATTELS One heavy
spring wagon, 1 light buggy, 1 set
light double harness, 1 set breast
single harness, 1 set collar single
harness. Call at Trefren's, 438
North Main, telephone 226-R, and
examine the property. 4-tf
FOR SALE 500 thoroughbred sin
gle comb White Leghorn hens,
Wyckoff strain, one year old. Any
one wishing a start of the very
best egg-producers cannot do bet
ter than to purchase some of these
hens. They all must go, as I need
the room for my young, stock.
Price $8.00 per dozen. P. O. ad
dress, O. O. Helman, Ashland, Ore.
Phone 145. 16-lmo.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Eleven
acres; all fruit; free soil;' pears,
apples and alfalfa; three crops;
sub-irrigation; electric lights; fine
well, best of water; engine, tank,
spring, half acre of lawn, shade
! trees, shrubbery, bungalow with
screened porch, all new buildings;
fine location, grand view; district
of prize apples; first-class grocery
service one mile west of Talent,
and high school,' five miles west
of Ashland; short walk to experi-
. ment station. $6,500. Owners,
Brown Bros., Talent, Ore. 12-lmo.
Star Laundry and French Dry
Cleaning Company. Phone 64.
Talent Meat Market
F. T. Guyer, Prop.
Tel. 370-J. .
Good Paint and Poor Paint.
If a dealer tells you he sells the
best paint in town, ask him for a
written guarantee. If he says a
thing and refuses to give it to you
In writing, it looks bad. We cheer
fully furnish you a written guaran
tee with GOLD SEAL PAINT because
we know that it is the best wearing
paint in the market. Swenson & Mc
Rae. Farm for Sale
40 acres 35 In cultivation; No. 1
8-room house, large barn; orchard,
all kinds of berries and 8.000 straw
berries; 3 miles from town; water
piped to house and barn. Price
$5,500; $2,800 cash. $400 span of
horses, wagon,, $50 cow, some chick
ens, crop and other stuff all go with
the place. Possession at once. Write
for free price list. 1
C. O. BURGESS
SHERIDAN, Route 1. OREGON.
James R. Jennings
. TEACHER OF
Piano, Singing and Violin
A sixth year trained graduate of
"The Mexican Government's" Nation
al Conservatory of Music, Mexico
City. A pupil of Dr. Lebert, Stutt
gard, Germany, and voice pupil of
the world-noted Italian operatic sing
er, "Quintile Leone," gives lessons in
your own home at very low rates.
Consular and private recommenda
tions as well as certificates and dip
lomas are at the disposition of the
public. Address 107 Fourth street,
For the balance of the season I
will sell $5.00 Indian Runner duck
eggs for $2.00.
$5.00 Orpingtons $2.50
2.50 Orpingtons .' 1.25
Two settings 2.00
$3.00 White Leghorns 1.50
Two settings 2.50
Barred Rocks, good ones 1.50
Black Minorcas 1.00
Also have some nice Berkshire pigs
$10.00 up, a fine Jersey bull calf and
two two-year-olds. Address
E. A. KRUSE
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nf thf Krnte Rant nf Tnlont
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h nave me iirst claim upon us
resources. Its officers are .
f charged with the obligation of T
satisfying that claim.
Many depositors owe their
X juccess in part to the fact that
J they have found this bank a
helpful ally while developing
Our resources are such that
we can greatly enlarge our
field of usefulness. New ac
counts are invited. .
State Bank of Talent
L TALENT. OREGON.
Beaver Realty Co.
108-acre farm, woodland, partly
good for orchard when cleared, in
good orchard location, stream of wa
ter, small buildings; 2 mile3 from
railroad. Wood enough to pay for
the place. Price, $35 per acre.
120 acres of land In southwest
lexas, under ditch, no buildings, to
iraae ior Asniand Home.
Wanted to list Good ranches,
large and small, to trade for Ashland
Lots for sale In choice addition to
town, from $75 up.
Wood ranch for sale. Down hill
pull to market. Good terms.
Exchange made 1 nail kinds of real
estate. Have places ' in different
parts of Oregon and in California to
trade for Ashland property.
City property for sale; also farms,
large and small, improved and unim
proved. Easy terms.
For particulars inquire of
Beaver Realty Company
. 211 E. MAIN ST. s .
Phones: Pacific 68, Home 3-L.
Ashland Tidings and Weekly Ore
gonlan one year, $2.50.
JAMES R. GARFIELD.
Clot Friend of Roosevelt and
Loader In Third Party Movement
Q 1912. by American Prear Association.
THE SIMNNINff WHKKL AX1) TUB
(By Albert G. Rockfellow.)
The wheel, the wheel, the spinning
Our mothers used to run it;
And many a day and many a year
Our sisters, too, have spun it.
That was the wheel that spun the
That made our fathers' breeches,
And spun the flax that made the
That sewed the trusty stitches.
There was a time when that old
Was high in estimation
Of folks of high or low degree
By every class and station.
No matter if they had to walk
And turn the wheel by hand, sir;
They wrought with all the cheerful
ness That mortal could command, sir.
But that old wheel is laid away
To moulder in seclusion; '
Our sisters now can ride and spin
And this is no delusion.
Ah, yes! and spin two wheels at
Our spinsters, too, can spin
And court and woo as the lassies do.
The shy old larks and win them.
Our married sisters, too, can bike
And congregate together,
j And drink their tea and spin their
i J a. i ua,
I In fair or foulest weather.
Whilst hubby he will stay at home,
T6 wash and scrub, it may be.
And darn and sew the buttons on,
And cook, and care for baby.
Our sisters now don't stay at home
And drudge and drudge forever;
They mount their wheel just like a
And not a whit less clever.
They spin away to shop and store,
Dismount and stop a minute,
Then out and mount the wheel
How gracefully they spin it.
The drive so long, the time so short,
How can the dear ones make it?
Ten blocks are passed and shadows
Ere camera can take it.
"Come, oh, my lover, come along,
And ride with me today, sir.
I'll spin for you a yarn, my boy,
That is no childish play, sir."
The stakes are up, the wheels are
The stakes are hearts and rider
Her speed is pressing two and ten,
And he is right beside her.
Now, wheel and wheel, right on they
And each with strong endeavor,
Is striving hard td win the race.
By beating it? No! never!
And so 'tis plain that both will win,
And they, will be in clover
Two hearts will beat in unison,
Waen racing time is over.
So then farewell, ye old-time, wheel,
And the dear old folks that spun
Farewell, ye bonnie barefoot girls
Who helped the old folks run it.
And now hurrah! for the brand new
And the brand "new woman" on
Hurrah! for the jolly cyclers, all,
Hurrah! for the hat and bonnet.
If you are a housewife you cannot
reasonably hope to be healthy or
beautiful by washing dishes, sweep
ing and doing housework all day, and
crawling into bed dead tired at night.
You must get out into the open air
and sunlight. If you do this every
day and keep your stomach and bow
els In good order by taking Chamber
lain's Tablets when needed, you
should become both healthy and
beautiful. For sale by Poley's Drug
Place for sale? House for rent?
Want anything? A few lines In the
Tidings' want columns will do the
Telephone your social Items to
Miss Hawley between 9 a. m. and 4
p. m. each day. Call phone 39.
NEIGHBORS 'ROUND ABOUT
Items of Interest From Adja
The cannery is progressing nicely.
The framework is mostly up and all
of the machinery is on the road.
J. B. Coleman, the rural mail car
rier, is taking his annual vacation
for 15 days.
The following have been on a trip
to Crater Lake: Misses Luke and
Gleim, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Smith
and sou Delvin, and Messrs. Seeley
Luke, Harry Gleim, Riley Nysewaner,
all of Talent, and a Mr. Eastman of
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wilson have
sold their place across the creek to
a man from Illinois and expect to
go to the northern part of the state
A petition has been circulated ask
ing that part of school district No. 8
be admitted to district 22. Eight is
the district east of Talent and is
close to school at Talent and should
be transferred as it would be about
two miles closer for some of the pu
pils to attend school.
Mrs. Clara E. Spitzer was burled
at the Dunkard cemetery, the funer
all services having been held in the
Dunkard church. Mrs. Spitzer was
born in Mound City, Kan., June 29,
1886. She was married to W. C.
Spitzer December 4, 1904, and came
to" Talent in 1906. The deceased
leaves one child, a boy 4 years of
age, her husband at Talent, a mother
and father and a brother of South
Haven, Kan. Mrs. W. W. Clevenger
and, son John arrived Wednesday
evening to be present at the funeral
Mrs. Frank Netherland of Butte
Falls is visiting her mother, Mrs.
There were 25 went to Colestin on
the excursion Sunday!
Mrs. T. L. Stewart has been quite
ill for the past ten days.
Mrs. Fred Irvington of Eagle
Point is staying with her mother,
Mrs. F. L. Stewart, during Mrs. Stew
Mrs. P. Vander Sluls and daughter
Alice took a trip over the hills to
upper Applegate valley for a few
days' outing, where they will make
Mrs. Vander Sluis brother, Jack
Murray, host during their stay.
Mr. Whitmore of the firm of Whit
more & Cook, hardware dealers, has
received his new Ford car and makes
the daily trips in it Instead of the
Welborn Beeson has just made a
trade of some hill land up Anderson
and Wagner creeks for some of the
Pierce land near Medford. Consider
ation of trade, $10,000.
The Morse Realty Company have
just closed a deal with some people
of Oakland, Cal., wherein they dis
pose of 250 acres of their holdings
east of Talent. This is the hill land
in the tract bought of Dunlap Bros,
about a year ago.
O. P. Helms has returned to
Washington, where he has quite a
crop of grain to harvest. When
through he will return to Talent.
The town has a man busy cutting
and piling weeds in the streets.
When the streets are all cleaned of
rubbish and weeds there will be a
much needed improvement accom
plished. O. H. Roberts is building a cement
walk along his property on Wagner
Mesdames Morse and Frame enter
tained at the home of Mrs. G. A.
Morse last Thursday evening and
quite a number of their friends were
Mr. F. Niles took to Hornbrook a
bunch of wheat that was six feet two
inches high, and Mr. N. ' Buckner
took a. bunch of timothy that was
ix feet nine inches high. Both are
fine advertisements for this coun
try. They are displayed now In T.
Jones Company's window.
California Bar mine is being
opened up and will be worked this
Thomas Huhn and Fred Blooming
camp attended the Mining Congress
in Yreka last week.
L. H. Newton has his auto out of
the auto hospital at Yreka and Is
again ready for business.
Rev. A. W. Walters was at Klam
athon Tuesday afternoon.
George I. Bennett and J. B. Cavln
went to Yreka last week to attend
the Mining Congress. ,
A. V. Machado and wife of Ander
son were visiting his little daughter
here for a week. They returned
home last Tuesday.
The quartz mill at the .Wolverine
mine is nearly completed and will be
running In thirty days.
L. J. Crenshaw of Klamathon was
doing business in town lasfc week.
Mr. Crenshaw has lived in this coun
try for 25 years.
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Dodge died at Thrall on Mon
day of last week. The body was
buried In the Hornbrook cemetery
Senator Lincoln Davis of Washing
ton, who is interested in the La
Flesh mine, was looking over the
property last week. He reports good
ore in the mine.
V. L. Rader left on Monday of last
week on a business trip to Myrtle
The Hornbrook Tigers and Yreka
Bears played at Hornbrook last Sun
day. The score was 13 to 7 In favor
The Henly and Hornbrook Junior
teams played at Ager last Sunday.
The score was 21 to 7 In favor of
Mr. Joe Niles and Mr. Lewis Niles
returned to Hilt Monday afternoon,
where they are at work. They were
accompanied by Miss Edna Mae Wal
ters, Mrs. Dora Steward, her little
son and Mr. Henry Walters. These
last named returned to Hornbrook
on the 7 p. m. train.
Bud Wilson returned from the
Miss Head's School
Boarding and Day School for Girls.
Twenty-fifth year begins August 20.
MISS MARY WILSON, Principal.
Catalogue sent on request.
Belmont School for Boys
(23 mileS south of San Francisco.)
Is trying, and we believe success
fully trying, to do for the moral, the
intellectual and the physical welfare
Of Its boys What thoughtful narcnli
most wish to have done. Contribu-
tive to this end are the location of
the school, removed from tha romnta-
tlons and distractions of tnwn nr nltv
the fineness of its climate, the excel
lence of its buildings and other equip
ment, ana tne beauty and extent of
its grounds. With the wl(l rnniro nf
foothills surrounding them. - We are
glad to have our patrons and gradu
ates consulted. For catalogue and
other specific Information address
the Head Master.
W. T. REID (Harvard),
G. N. BRINK (Pomona),
Assistant Head Master.
The forerunners of a visitation or
seven-year locusts have made their
appearance in St. Johns.
fishing trip Sunday of last week. He
had shipped a couple of boxes of fish
to friends in the city. Game War
den Parke became suspicious and ar
rested Wilson. Wilson lost his train.
The warden found the fish all O. K.
but they were spoiled before they
could be reshlpped.
A. B. Smith made a visit to Yreka
Reward $50.00 Reward.
The undersigned trustee of funds
will pay fifty ($50.00) reward to the
first person giving the location and
information leading to the Identifi
cation of Harvey S. Covert, an heir
at law In the estate of Ithamar Cov
ert, deceased, late of Ashland county,
Harvey S. Covert Is a common la
boring man, fifty (50) years old, of
dark complexion, turning gray, about
five feet six Inches (5 feet Bix inches)
tall, weighing about one hundred
and sixty-five pounds. He was last
heard from in July, 1903, being then
employed in the railroad yards at
Granger, Wyoming, but is known to
have been in a number of other
states, especially California, Oregon
O. P. FOUST,
Trustee, appointed by Court, for
Harvey S. Covert.
1721 W. Main St., Massillon, Ohio,
July 15, 1912.
Scale receipts at Tidings office.
Donald Nursery Co., Inc.
Growers of strictly first-class nursery stock of all kinds. All stock
strictly as represented, free from disease and up to grade. Whether
you want to plant one dozen trees or a commercial orchard, write for
free Illustrated descriptive catalogue and price list. A few more good
responsible salesmen wanted.
Donald Nursery Co., Inc.
Orchards, Homes and Farms
In a Thriving Center in
or tne Kogue
Land for Sale !
-74-acre tract, good house and barn. 2 miles from Talent, on
rural mall route; telephone In house; Y mile from school; bearing
trees; 8 acres in alfalfa. Do not have to sell, but If a person Is
looking for an all-round place this is hard to beat for the price,
91-acre tract, part of which Is in the town limits of Talent, and
an Idoal place to cut into town lots or acre tracts and larger tracts.
All good land and mostly under Irrigation. This Is a good chance
for the right man. Will be glad to show Interested parties over
this proposition any time. Talent Is the town that Is doln' It
Large or small tracts, close in or well out; fruit, farms, dairy,
alfalfa or, In fact, any kind of lands. If Interested call on or
PHONE NO. 371-R-S, Ashland.
TALENT, OREGON. '
ST. MARY'S INSTITUTE
Boarding school for young ladies
and girls. Academic, Commercial,
Intermediate and Elementary De
partments. Teachers' Preparatory
Course. Special advantages in mu
sic. Write for catalogue. Address
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Itule, Art, Elocution. Oymnaalam.
For catalog aridrnaTHE SISTEK HUPERIOB
Of flue !24 St. Helena Hull
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NAMES OF JESUS AND MARY. Grmds. jl.tnUm4
CtlUnau Cri. Miuic. Art. Elocution and Comtncf
Clal Droll. kiHdml mnd Djj SmJM$. Refined Moral ana
InirllectualTraiiint. Write lor Announce mint. Addrra
tlSTKR SVPKRIOk. Sr. Man'i A.adn,,. f,l4
PARSONS' PRIVATE SCHOOL
Boarding school for boys under
twelve and girls all ages. Careful
home environment. Primary, Gram
mar, College Preparatory. Special
attention to Health. Terms, $20 to
$40 'per month. Permanent board
ers taken to mountains in the Ions
886 Tblrlyfourth St., Oakland, California
A head full of unsightly gray and faded
hair. Why not hove beautiful, natural
colored hair, full of life and beauty
keep younclf young looking and fascin
ating? Every woman wantt to be and can be,
if ihe will use HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
to restore those gray hairs to their natu
ral color. It isn't a dye.
You'll be surprised how quickly the
gray hairs vanish and how young looking
you can keep yourself by the regular
use of HAY'S HAIR HEALTH. Get
your money back from your druggist if
you are not satisfied with it.
$1.00 nd 50c at Dm, Stores or direct upon
receipt of price and dealers name. Send 10c for
trisl bottle. Philo Hay Spec. Co., Newark, N.J.
FOR SALE AND GUARANTEED
BY McNAIR BROS.
Scale receipts at Tldiuus office.
One of the Garden Spots