Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1916)
Thursday, November 2, 1918
Result-Getting Classified Columns
DR. F. A. HALL Dentistry and all
Its branches. Swedenburg Bldg.,
Ashland, Ore. Phone 157. 6-tf
DR. J. J. KMMENS Physician and
surgeon. Practice limited to eye,
ear, none and throat Glauses sup
plied. Oculist and aurlst for S. P.
R. U. Offices, M. V. and H. Bldg.,
opposite postoff'ce, Medford, Ore.
Phone G67. il-tf
C. B. WATSON, ATTORNEY AT
LAW. Consulting and General
Practice. Pioneer Building. Of
fice with E. D. Briggs. Ashland,
DR. ERNEST A. WOOD Practice
limited to Eye, JEar, Nose and
Throat. Office hours, 10 to 12
and 2 to &. Swedenburg Bldg.,
Ashland, Ore. RL.
DR8. SAWYER AND ANDERSON.
Osteopathic physicians. Women's
and children's diseases a specialty.
Office hourB 9 to 12, 2 to 4. Calls
answered day or night. Office
phone 208, residence phone 267-R.
Pioneer Bldg., Ashland. Ore. 85-tt
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
Frank Jordan, general contracting.
New and old work; cement walks,
cemetery copings, brick, cement,
woodwork, lathing and plastering,
cobblestone and general building
contracts. 4-1 2 mo.
CHAIR DOCTOR R. H Stanley, ex
pert furniture repairer and up
holsterer. Carpets beat, relaid and
repaired, bedsprlngs restretched,
chairs wired, rubber tires for baby
buggies, window cleaning, house
cleaning, and furniture packing
done expertly. Call at 386 A
street or phone 403-R. 91-tf
DR. G. R. UTTERBACK The Chiro
practor and Nerve Specialist. All
functions of the body are controlled
by nerves. Electric, cabinet and
spray baths In connection. Office
at residence, 108 Pioneer avenue,
opposite Hotel Austin annex. 18-tf
GEO. T. WATSON, Painter and Pa
perhanger. Phone 202-R. 1C6 Oak
BILL POSTER Will Stennett, 116
Factory St. Bill posting and dls
MONEY TO LOAN Mortgage Com
pany Holland-America has plenty
of money to lend on good farru
security. Isaac Best, agent, Grants
FOR RENT Five-room bungalow,
furnished; bathroom, hot and cold
water, electric lights, woodshed.
Lot 50x150. Palm avenue, between
Boulevard and Iowa street. In
quire at 214 C street. Phone
FOR RENT Furnished bungalow,
adults only. 147 Nutley street.
FOR RENT Six-room house at 366
Granite street. Large lot. 1 6 per
month. Inquire at Tidings office.
FOR RENT Bungalow. All modern
conveniences. Reasonable rent to
right parties. Adults only. 79
Scenic Drive. 45-4t
OHEAP RENT Eight-room house,
2A acres land; also furnished
apartments. Inquire 63 North
Main Etreet. 4 6-tf
WANTED Infants and children to
board by day, week or month.
Mother's care. Good references.
Inqulre366B street. 103-tf
WANTED To hire team, without
driver, few days; wagon also if
possible. Good feed and treat
ment guaranteed. 363 B street.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
rants in the Bum of $744.58, regis
tered February 4, 1916, drawing
per cent interest from date of
registration, at par and Interest.
Call at Tidings office. 4-tf
FOR SALE Good transrer, storage
and coal business. Reasonable.
Apply to City Truck Co., D. Guy
GOOD'S GOAT DAIRY Pure goats'
milk a specialty. C. P. Good,
Prop. Phone 17-F-2. 40-tf
FOR SALE Top buggy, light spring
wagon, 2 Studebaker wagon and
two saddles. E. L. Rasor, 337
Scenic Drive. Phone 414-R. 45-tf
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK
FOR SALE Excellent, unblemished,
1,200-pound seven-year-old horse.
Goes single or double. Time to re
sponsible parties. R. D. Sanford,
Helman street, Ashland. 42-tf
FOR SALE Two-horso wagon. E.
W. Scott,jralont,Ore. 43-6t
FOR SALE cheap, if taken at once
Fine riding and driving pony,
buggy and harness. Work single
or double. Good for small orchard.
J. W. Mlllner, near Normal.44-tf
FOR SALE Thirty Barred Rock
pullets, five months old. 236
Mountain avenue. 46-2t
INTEKURBAN ATJTOCAB CO.
Leave Ashland for Medford, Talent
and Phoenix dally except Sunday at
9:00 a. m. and 1:00, 2:00, 4:00
and 5:16 p. m Also on Saturday
night at 6:30 and 12:20. Sunday!
leave at 9:00 and 1:00, 4:30, 6:30
and 10:30 p.m.
Leave Medford for Ashland daily ex
cept Sunday at 8:00 a. m., 1:00,
2-00. 4:00 and 5:15 p. m. Also on
Saturday at 11:15 p. m. On Sun
days at 8:00 and 10:30 a. m and
1:00, 2:00, 5:30 and 9:30 p. m.
Fare between Medford and Aah.
land, SO cento. Round trip, 83 cent.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Jackson County.
Samuel MacCllntock, Plaintiff, vs.
Menerva Glenn, and all other per
sons unknown, if any, having or
claiming to have an interest in or
to the real property' hereinafter
To Menerva Glenn, the above
named defendant, and all other
persons unknown, if any, hav
ing or claiming to have an in
terest In or to the real property
In the name of the State of Ore
gon, you are hereby notified that
Samuel MacCllntock Is the holder
of Certificate of Delinquency num
bered 27S3, issued on the liith day
of April, 1915, by the Tax Col
lector of, the County of Jackson,
State of Oregon, for the amount of
Twenty-nine and 64-100 ($29.64)
Dollars, the same being the
amount then due and delinquent
for taxes for the year 1910, tor
gether with penalty, Interest and
costs thereon upon the real prop
erty assessed to you, of which you
are the owner as appears of rec
ord, situated in said County and
State, and particularly bounded
and described as follows, to-wit:
The East Half (EH) of the
Northwest Quarter (NW) of
Section Fourteen (14), Township
Thirty-six (36), Range Three (3),
West of the Willamette Meridian.
You are further notified that
said Samuel MacCllntock has paid
taxes on said premises for prior or
subsequent years with the rate of
interest on said amounts as fol
lows: Years tax, 1911; date paid, April
12, 1915; tax receipt number,
14291; amount, $27.44; rate of
Interest, 15 per cent.
Year's tax, 1912; date paid, April
12, 1915; tax receipt number,
14292; amount, $32.80; rate of
Interest, 15 per cent.
Year's tax, 1913; date paid, April
12, 1915; tax receipt number,
1329; amount, $25.88; rate of in
terest, 15 per cent.
Year's tax, 1914; date paid, April
23, 1915: tax receipt number,
4366; amount, $20. CO; rate of in
terest, 15 per cent.
Year's tax, 1915; date paid, Feb.
28, 1916; tax receipt number, 275;
amount, $20.80; rate of Interest,
15 per cent.
Said Menerva Glenn, as the own
er of the legal title of the above
described property as the same ap
pears of record, and each of the
other persons above named, are
hereby further notified that Sam
uel MacClintock will apply to the
Circuit Court of the County and
State aforesaid for a decree fore
closing the lien against the proper
ty above described and mentioned
In said certificate. And you are
hereby summoned to appear within
sixty days after the first publica
tion of the summons exclusive of
the day of said first publication,
and defend this action or pay the
amount due as above shown, to
gether with costs and accrued In
terest, and In case of your failure
to do so, a decree will he rendered
foreclosing the lien of said taxes
and costs against the land and
premises above named.
This summons Is published by
order of the Honorable F. M. Cal
kins. Judge of the Circuit Court of
the State of Oregon, for the Coun
ty of Jackson, and said order was
made and dated this 21st day of
October, 1916. and the date of the
first publication of this summons
is the 26th day of October, 1916.
All process and papers In this
proceeding may be served upon
the undersigned residing within
the State of Oregon, at the address
J. N. JOHNSTON,
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
Address, Grants Pass, Oregon.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE UN
DER EXECUTION--Mr8. C. Wing,
Plaintiff, vs. J. E. McKenzie and
Mary M. McKenzie, Defendants
By virtue of an execution and
order of sale duly issued out of
and under the Beal of the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon, In
and for the County of Jackson,
dated the 9th day of October, 1916,
and to me directed, in a certain
suit therein for the foreclosure of
a mortgage in which the plaintiff
recovered a judgment against the
defendants, J. E. McKenzie and
Mary M. McKenzie, for the sum of
$500.00 with interest thereon at
the rate- of 8 per cent per annum
from February 5th, 1915, and for
the sums she has paid in taxes, to
wit, $20.50 paid on the 28th day
of October, 1914, $16.46 paid
March 10th, 1915, and the sum of
$17.78 paid March 23rd, 1916, to
gether with 6 per cent from the
dates of said payments, together
with her costs and disbursements
taxed et $32.00 and $60.00 attor
Public notice Is hereby given,
that In compliance with the com
mands of said execution and order
of sale I will on Saturday, the 18th
day of November, 1916, at the
hour of 10 o'clock a. m. at the
front door of the Court House In
Jacksonville, offer for sale and will
sell at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash, all of the right,
title and interest that the defend
ants above named had on the date
of tho mortgage herein foreclosed
or have since acquired or now have
In and to the following described
real property, to-wlt:
Beginning at an Iron pin on
Iowa street, in the City of Ashland,
Jackson County, Oregon, which Is
96.4 feet east of the corner of Lin
coln and Iowa streets; thence
north 142.75 feet; thence east
45.70 feet parallel with Iowa
street; thence south 142.75 feet,
and thence west on the north side
of Iowa street to the place of be
ginning. Being the center of lot
of G. S. Butler, plat of lots sixteen ,
Vote BaQot No 60
E. W. Wilson, RcpBb!g3rssive For Sheriff
Honest -. ;"v : .V
Efficient , ":,;'v"
X ' :--'V'
f:-: ' A.'.'-V'".-. Y--'"
... & & VV" 'f:"!!t!ill
i . - - . - i ' V. V-Vv-,: V-''V. 'iFii!:7
, - .w. -. ."-,l,,..v...,i1. 'fc'.'vv-v v . t ".'A7Vv.'ifi,y'? .?y
o ' . . ... .'.. -. x-.. -iMH1-Jt,rii'.-'
K. V. Wilson in an active, progres
sive and capable young mini, and
stands for a rigid enforcement of ali
He is finishing his fourth year as
deputy In charge of the sheriff's of
fice and is pre-eminently qualified to
discharge the duties of that office in
a highly satisfactory manner, and
by reason of his experience and abil
ity the cost of the office Bhould be
reduced to the lowest figure In the
history of Jackson county.
It is universally conceded that the
sheriff's office is being conducted In
a highly efficient manner, and the
election of Mr. Wilson means a con
tinuance in Its present condition.
An excerpt from the certified pub
He accountant's report to the County
Court, filed March 4, 1916, contains
"All of these collections have been
promptly deposited In the treasury.
The sheriff is observing the law re
quiring all delinquent taxes to be
brought forward'on the current rolls
and entered on the tax receipts. This
Is a huge task, and they are doing
the work as diligently as possible
during the stress of a heavy tax col
(16) and seventeen (17), Ashland
Homestead Association, facing
All of the above described real
property will be sold at said time
and place in the manner provided
by law for the sale of real property
under execution, to satisfy the
judgment herein before mentioned.
And that said sale will be subject
to redemption as Is by law provid
ed. W. II. SINGLER, Sheriff,
By E. W. Wilson, Deputy.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE UN.
Hattle M. Alden, Plaintlfi", vs. Henry
D. Taggart and Elizabeth Taggart,
bis wife, and Jesse Hobson, De
fendants. By virtue of an Execution and
Order of Sale duly issued out of
and under the seal of the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon, in
and for the County of Jackson, to
me directed and dated the 10th
day of October, 1916, In a certain
suit therein for the foreclosure of
a mortgage In which the plaintiff,
Hattle M. Alden, recovered a judg
ment against the defendants,
Henry D. Taggart and Elizabeth
Taggart, for the sum of Nine Hun
dred Eighty-nine and no-100 dol
lars, with Interest thereon from
said 8th day of August, 1916, at
the rate of 8 per cent per annum,
and Ninety-eight and no-100 dol
lars attorney's fee, and the further
lection. It Is praiseworthy In the
sheriff to find his office adminis
tered with no bustle or confusion.
Only expert men are employed In the
office, In the tax collections and oth
er departments of the office. And it
is a pleasure to find Jackson county
coming forward as one of the best
officered counties in the state. Un
doubtedly it is economy to employ
only efficient men iu the office of
"I have scanned every tax collec
tion and every fee coming into tha
office and I find nothing out of place
nor entered wrongly. This is an un
usually good record."
Mr. Wilson has by his own ener
gies made himself a competent Dep
uty Sheriff, and by training and abil
ity has the necessary qualifications
JOHN A. WESTERLUND, Med
GEO. W. DUNN. Ashland, Ore.
(. F. BILLINGS, Ashland, Ore.
TIIOS. H. SIMPSON, Ashland, Ore.
C. B. LAMKIN, Ashland, Ore.
GEO. HILTON. Medford. Ore.
REV. ROBT. A. HUTCHINSON.
KEY. T. K. BAILLIE.
sum of Eighteen and 25-100 dol
lars costs and for the disburse
ments of this suit, which judg
ment was enrolled and docketed
in the Clerk's office of said Court
in said County on the 9th day of
October, 1916, and Is of record in
Volume 25 of the Circuit Court
Public notice is hereby given,
that in compliance with the com
mands of said Execution and Or
der of Sale I will on Saturday, the
11th day of November, 1916, at
the hour of ten o'clock a. ni. at the
front door of the Court House in
Jacksonville, Oregon, offer for
sale and will sell at public auction,
subject to redemption, to the high
est bidder for cash, all of tho
rijrht, title- and interest that the
defendants above named had on
the date of the mortgage herein
foreclosed or have since acquired
or now have in and to the follow
ing described real property situat
ed In Jackson Counfy, Oregon, to
wit: The lots numbered eight (8),
nine (9), ten (10), eleven (11),
twelve (12), thirteen (13) and
fourteen (14), being all of the
west half of block number sixteen
(16) of the amended plat of Oak
dale Park Addition to the city of
Medford, according to the official
plat thereof, now of record, as the
Bame is described in Certificate of
Ttitle No. 1644, issued to Henry
D. Taggart- by the Registrar of
Office of Sheriff Was lOliisy Place.
(From Ashland Record, April 12,
Tho sheriff's offico r.t Jacksonville
was just heaving a sigh of relief last
Thursday when tho Record editor
stepped into it. ' For the ten days
previous it had been one of the busi
est places in tho county. Five men
had been taking care of the first pay
ment of taxes a job which iu for
mer years kept as high as thirteen
people busy. The lessened num
ber of helpers Is largely due to
the efforts of Deputies Harper and
Curly Wilson to establish system.
The whole matter was summed up
by the expert who recently audited
the county books wheu ho said:
"The sheriff's offico is administered
with no bustle nor confusion. Only
expert men are employed In the tax
collections and other departments. 1
have scanned every tax collection and
every fee coming into tho office and
find nothing out of place nor en
tered wrongly. This is au unusually
Title No. 1641, issued to Henry
All of the above land will be
sold at said time and place in the
manner provided by law for the
sale of real property under execu
tion to satisfy the judgment, costs
and accruing costs of this sale.
Dated at Jacksonville, Oregon,
this 11th day of October, 1916.
W. II. SINGLER, Sheriff.
By E. W. Wilson, Deputy!.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Hoard of Trustees .of the Talent
Irrigation District of Jackson
County, Oregon, will meet in the
offices of said Board in the town
of Talent, Oregon, on Wednesday,
the 15th day of November, 1916,
at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of
said day, and at the said time and
place opportunity will be given for
a full u iul complete discussion of
the amount of money proposed to
be raised by taxation for the en
suing year as published herewith,
by any taxpayer, subject to such
tax levy when made, In favor of or
against the proposed tax levy as
the said Hoard of Directors may
doom for the best interests of said
Talent Irrigation District.
The said levy is made for the
purpose of providing for the pay
ment of warrants of the district,
issued and to be Issued by the
Board of Directors of the Talent
Irrigation District In the aggre
gate sum of $12,000.00 for the
purposes Bet forth In and under
On account of the extraordinary
advances on all kinds of grains and
mill products, we feel that we should
operate our business on the lowest
margin possible and should eliminate
any conditions which prevent this.
As the credit system is necessarily a
more expensive method of doing bus
iness than a cash system, we bav
decided to discard our ledger and
henceforth sell only for cash.
Please notice our prices each weelf ;
compare them with other prices her
and the market reports in your daily
paper, und we feel that you will real
ize that we are working for your
interest as well as our own.
Cupid flour, hard wheat, $2.05 pdi;
sack, $S.10 per bbl.
Alt. I'ilt flour, bluestem, $2 pei;
sack, $7.00 per bbl.
Bear patent flour, $1.05 per sack,
$7.70 per bbl.
Whole wheat flour, 9 lb, sack 40c,
29 Hi. sack $1.10.
Graham flour, 9 lb. sack 40c, 29 lb.
Corn meal, new, 9 lb. sack 40o.
Extra cream oat flakes, 9 lb. sack
Breakfast bran, tie, per lb.
Shelled corn, $2.25 per 100.
Ground corn, $2.:JO per 100.
llulloss barley, ftl.fto per 1().
Rolled barley, 70 lb. sack $1.0.
Ground barley, $1.00 per 100.
Bran, GO lb. sack OOc.
Mlllrun bran and shorts, 80 lb.
Shorts, SO lb. sack $l.SO.
Chicken oat flakes, 80 lb. sack $2.
Mixed egg mush, 75 lb. sack $1..V.
Oil meal, 100 lb. sack $2.23.
Soya beau meal, 100 lb. sack
Granulated bone, 100 lb. sack $:!.
Best shell, 100 lb. sack $1.50.
Darling's boef scraps, 100 lb. sack
Shady Brook dairy feed, 100 lb. sack
Any kind of hay f0c per hundred.
Trices Buliject to change without
Hours of worship 11 a. m. ani
7.30 p. m. .Subject of evening ser
Trinity I'.'pi.scopnl Church.
Vicar, tho Rev. P. K. Hammond.
Holy communion at 7:30 a. m. Sun
day school at U:4j. Holy commun
ion and sermon ut 11. Evening
prayer and sermon at 7:30. Strang
ers and visitors cordially welcomed.
Sunday school at 9:45. Preach
ing service ut 11. Christian Endeav
or Society at 6:30, Evening service,
song recital by choir. I'rayor serv
ice Wednesday. Choir rehearsal
Thursday. A cordial welcome for,
strangers and a pleasant church
homo and a place for servlco to all
without such u homo in our city.
II. A. Cainuhau, 13. D., pastor.
I ucnms tucai)i-i. wiiiuhbiii
k 1- I. . M AIM.H
AT ALL DRUQ BTOfllS
Tubes 2CO Jabs 60o
Nothing But "GETS-IT" Will Do
This to Corns and Calluses.
If you've ever had corns, you'v
tried lota of things to gut rid of them
salves that cut your toe und Ivava
the corn remaining, cotton rings that
make your corns bulge out like pop-
You Can't Hiffo Corn Miipry. Stop Fooling
Arouod I Ute "GETS-IT" Tonight and
Saa tha Corns Vaniih.
eyns, scissors nnd knives thnt mak
corns llel and Burn. hiirnt'Hses and
DanclaKi'S that till up your shoe, press
on tho corn nnd nmke your foot feel
liko a piivintc block. What's the useT
Why not do wluit millions are doing,
tfike 3 seconds off and niiply "C11CTS.
IT." It dries, you put your stocking
on rtaht nway, and wear your reitu
lnr hoes. Your corn loosens from
the toe. It lifts rlKht off. It's pain
leas. It's the common-sense way, the
simplest, easiest, most effective way
In the world. It's the national corn
cure. Never fulls.
"tirOTtf-IT" Is sold nnfl recommend
ed by druKurlHts everywhere, 2lc a
bottle, or sent on receipt of price, by
K Lawrence & Co., Chicago, III.
Sold In Ashland and recommended
as the world's best corn remedy by
J. J. McN'alr, McNalr Bros.
the authority granted by the stat
utes of the State of Oregon.
Datod Taletit, Oregon, October
18, 1916. R. E. KOB1SON,
J. W. MILNER,
O. A. MANNING,
Board of Directors of the Talent
Irrigation District of Jackso
Attest: LODI3 BROWN.
2t-Oct. 23 & Nov.2 Secretary.