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Thursday, May iM, 1017
i This Page Is Jackson County's Great Mar- i
ket Place For Both Buyer and Seller.
Thirty words one month $1.00.
Classified Rates: One cent per word, first Insertion; cent per von)
Cur each Insertion thereafter; 30 words or less $1 per month. No advertise
neat inserted for less than 25 cents. Classified ads are cash with order
uoept to parties baring ledger accounts with tbe office.
DR. J. J. EMMENS Physician and
surgeon. Practice limited to eye,
ear, nose and throat. Glasses sup
plied. Oculist and aurlst for S. P.
' R. R. Offices, M. F. and H. Bldg.,
opposite postoffice, Medford, Ore.
Phone 567. il-tf
C. B. WATSON, ATTORNEY AT
LAW. Consulting and General
Practice. Pioneer Building. Of
fice with E. D. Brlggs. Ashland,
DR. ERNEST A. WOOD Practice
limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office hours, 10 to 11
and 2 to 6. Swedenburg Bldg.,
Ashland, Ore. 73-U
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 np
; holsterer. Carpets beat, relald and
i repaired, bedsprings restretched,
chairs wired, rubber tires for baby
buggies, window cleaning, house
cleaning, and furniture packing
done eipertly. Call at 886 A
street or phone 403-R. l-tf
GEO. T. WATSON, Painter and Fa
p.rhanger. Phone 202-R. 1
BILL POSTER Will Stennett, 111
Factory St Bill posting and dis
CHAUTAUQUA PARK CLUB. Regu
lar meetings first and third Fri
days of each month at 2:30 p. m.
Mrs. 8. Patterson, Pres.; Mrs. Jen
nie Faucett Greer, Sec.
CIVIC IMPROVEMENT CLUB. The
regular meeting of the club will be
held on the second and fourth
Tuesdays of each month at 1:80
p. m., at the Auxiliary Hall.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
FOR SALE OR TRADE City proper
ty on Main street, six blocks from
center of town; lot 75 feet front by
842 feet deep; modern nine-room
' house, barn and sheds; fine garden.
Medford, Ore. What have you?
For particulars call at Tidings of
fice. 83 "
FOR EXCHANGE Seven-room Ash
land bunga'ow for ""age. Ad
dress W.. Tidings office. 99-7t"
FOR EXCHANGE, REAL ESTATE
FOR GOOD HORSE Hundreds of
people have things they don't need.
Somebody needs what you have and
don't need. A for exchange ad
. here would be ready by nearly four
' thousand people every Issue Some
tody among them would want
what you don't need and would
ray a fair price for it. A little ln
; nested in aa Exchange ad will cash
your old Junk that will otherwise
rust out. Thirty words one full
month. $1. You read this ad
Others would have read yours If
you had It here.
FOR EXCHANGE One ladies and
one gentlemen's gold hunting case
watch, in perfectly good running
order. Will exchange lor Belgian
hares and young hens. Inquire at
rrMlnmi nffine. 104-tI
4 IUIIIO" " '
If you want to huy or sen any
thing, try Tidings want aas. They
flo the work. -
FOR SALE AtTOMOBILES
FOR SALE One 1916 Ford touring
car in first-class condition; one
Twin Indian motorcycle; one
Kingsbury piano, good as new. For
particulars writi or Inquire O. I.
Tnlfint. Ore. 102-8t
Y ni ui - '
FOR SALE, CHEAP Ope Studebak
er five-passenger automobile, one
50-gal. gasoline tank, one army
saddle, all In good condition Call
at 678 Boulevard, phone 32b-"
THE CAR YOU NO LONGER NEED,
If still valuable, may be made a
"liquid asset." quickly convertible
into Its cash value, through classi
fied advertising. If your offer is
"right" you will find your buyer
quickly. . .
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE CHEAP-Ono Canton
ditcher. Hocvy, with mould to
throw dirt both ways. For heavy
ditch work liko Irrigation or pipe
ditch. Inquire at tho Tidings of-
FOR SALE CHEAP One wavy pick
plow, suitable for heavy rock ditch
ing. Inquire at the Tidings office
FOR SALE-Completed judgment
against Jackson county for $818.d i.
Draws Interest at tho rate of 6 per
cent per annum from i March 31,
1917 Will take par for it. wui
he paid first half April, 1918, last
btlf October. 1918 Ashland (Print
ing Company, at Tidings office.
FOR SALE A gas range, very reas
onable.PhoTie 390-R. 102 "
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE at the Tid
ings office. Twenty-five for 6
good condition. Phone ll-F-2. ltr
YOU SEE THIS FOR RENT AD D;d
it ever occur to you that if you see
this, others, would see your ad if
it was here, and likely rent your
vacant house? It costs thirty
words one month, $1. tf
FOR RENT WELL-FURNISHED
FOUR-ROOM MODERN BUNGA
LOW. The houso Is six rooms and
will rent four of them to right
party. Bath, pantry, hall, screened
porch and large roomy front porch;
na bedroom 12x12, .with bed,
dresser and table complete; living
room with piano, leather couch,
l'brary table, two latest style leath
er rockers, and velvet carpet; din
ing room 13x17, stove, table,
chairs', bullVin buffet and Axmlns
ter carpet; kitchen, all modern, hot
and cold water, best grade bath
tub; electric lights In house and
porch. Would rather have no chil
dren, but would consider one child.
All complete for the summer at
$20 per month. Inquire at Tid
ings office. 100-tf
FOR RENT Rooms or tents, fur
nished for light housekeeping.
Each tent has a nlco shady lawn.
Mrs. R. Goodyear, 134 Church
1 street. 101-8t
FOR RENT Six-room cottage, mod
ern conveniences, fruit, close lu.
See Mlnkler, 240 C street. 102-tf
FOR RENT Newly furnished apart
ments, close In. Hot and cold wa
ter, bath, electric lights and gas.
Rent reasonable. 63 North Main.
Also a few snaps In residence prop
erty. Mrs. S. L. Allen. 104-lmo.
BE AUT I F U LL Y FURNISHED
HOUSE FOR RENT Overlooking
park; six rooms, modern. For the
summer at $25 per month. En
quire at Tidings office 104-tf
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE A BIG REAL ESTATE
SNAP If your advertisement was
here somedy else would be reading
it, and if the bargain was attrac
tive enough would buy that lot you
wish to sell. It pays to let people
know what you have to sell, and
the cost of advertising is small.
Thirty words one full month for
MR. HOMESEEKER Will sell beau
tiful home, new modern buildings,
beautiful shady lawn, abundance
choice fruit, good income. Price
right; terms to suit. Call or write
owner, 715' North Main, Ashland,
RANCHES FOR SALE 19.27 acres,
in crop, all tillable, rented at pres
ent time; 16.09 acre3 of virgin
ground, most all tillable, good
quality; 21.24 acres, part of which
has been tilled, all can be with
some work; 5 acres facing a good
lane, all tillable; 5 acres, all tilla
ble, black land; 10.14 acres select
ed from 1,100 acre tract, all tilla
ble; 22 acres fenced on three sides,
good land on a sloping hill; 19.90
acres, county road at end, black
land, some loose stones; 28.74
acres, most all tillable, no trees to
move, level ground; 10 acres with
county road running through it, 5
acres choicest land; 31.16 acres
with two-story house, barn, wood
shed, hay scales and 8 acres In al
falfa, running -water until July.
The above tracts are suitable for
farming or fruit raising, and the
prices are right, without any Infla
tion, by a party who has been In
the valley and connected with land
values the past fifty years. For
prices and display, call on G. 8.
Butler. 41 Granite street, Ashland,
FOR SALE The best piece of
ground, the best improvements, and
the closest In five acres, with five
room bungalow and all outbuild
ings, plenty of water for irrigating,
that you can find anywhere near
Ashland. Fifteen minutes' walk
from postoffice. Not in city limits.
Four acres in alfalfa, balance of
ground now planted in garden
truck. Price $3,500. Reasonable
terms. H. L. Sinclair, Ashland,
WANTED Infants and children to
board. Inquire 366 Bystreet. 56-tf
WANTED To lease, 100 acres or
more of good grain land for a term
of years. Cash or shares, with or
without orchard combination. R.
T. Stinnett, Ashland, Ore.
WANTED Men for mills and steam
boats, at good wages. Boats $50
month and board; mills ten hours,
day work only, $2.90 per day. Men
put on every day at West Linn.
Mills across river from Oregon
WANTED First-class patternmaker.
Wages 60c hour, ten hours' work.
Continuous employment. Address
B. T. McBaln, West Linn. 103-3t
WANTED A horse to use for his
feed. Good care given. Address
G. G. It., care Tidings. 104-2t
WANTED An experienced dress
maker would like work at her
home. Mrs. H. K. Oliver, 83 Gran
ite street- l-4t
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE By
virtue of an execution In foreclos
ure and order of sale duly Issued
out of and under the seal of the
Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon, in and for the County of Jack
son, to mo directed and dated on
the 27th day of April, 1917, in a
certain suit therein, wherein Flor
ence Dorn Baldwin as plaintiff re-
covered Judgment against Edith
G. Porter, defendant, for the sum
of Orue thousand s'.x hundred and
fifty and no-100 dollars, with in
terest thereon from said 23th day
of January, 1915, at the rate of 8
per cent per annum, and with costs
and disbursements taxed at Thirty
five and 40-100 dollars, which
judgment was enorllcd and docket
ed In tho Clerk's office of said
Court in said County on the 21st
day of April 1917.
Notice is hereby given that, pur
suant to tho terms of said execu
tion, I will on tho 2nd day of June,
1917, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the
front door of the Court House In
. the City of Jacksonville, in Jack
son County, Oregon, offer for sale
and will sell at public auction for
cash to the highest bidder, to sat
isfy said judgment, together with
, the co3ts of this sale, subject to
.redemption as provided by law, all
of tho right, title and Interest that
the paid Edith G. Porter had on
the 21st day of April, 1917,
or has since acquired, or now has
In and to tho following described
property, situated In Jackson Coun
ty, State of Oregon, to wit:
Beginning at a point 10 feet
north and 20.5 feet east of the
southwest corner of Donation Land
Claim No. 42, in Township 39
South, Rango 1 East of the Wil
lamette Meridian, and running
thence south 80 deg. 54 min. east
148.70 feet, thence north 51 deg.
23 min. west 194.75 feet, thence
south 34 deg. 38 min west 42.90
feet, thence south 72 deg. east
74.65 feet, and thence south 34
deg. 38 min. ca3t 76.30 feet to the
place of beginning.
Also a tract beginning at said
southwest corner of said Donation
Land Claim and running thence
north 56 deg. wect 98 links, thence
north 34 deg, cast 71.70 feet,
thence south 7,2 deg. east 74.65
feet, thonce south 34 deg. 38 min.
west 76.30 foet, more or less, to
the south line of said land claim,
and thence west to the place of be
ginning. Dated thia 27th day of April,
Ralph G. JENjs'nTGS,
Sheriff of Jackson County, Ore.
By Leslio W. Stansell, Deputy.
SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of
the State of Oregon,, for Jackson
William F. Songer, Plaintiff, vs.
C. L. Cunningham and Mabel Cun
ningham, his wifo, Elizabeth A.
Smith, The Citizens Bank of Ash
land, a private corporation, and
First National Bank of Ashland, a
national banking association or
To C. L. Cunningham and Mabel
Cunningham, his wife, two of the
above named defendants:
In the mmz of the State of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to
appear and answer the complaint
filed against you In the above en
titled cause on or before the 1st
day of June, 1917, said date being
more than six weeks from the 19th
day of April, 1917, on which date
the first publication of this sum
mons was made, and if you fall to
appear and answer tho complaint
herein, plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief prayed for in
his said complaint, succinctly stat
ed as follows: For Judgment
against defendants C. L. Cunning
ham and Mabel Cunningham, his
wife, for the sum of $5,000.00. to
gether with Interest thereon from
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H WITH 1
An oil cook-stove is cheaper to buy than
wood or coal stove and it's much cheaper to
operate. Meals in a jiffy, and a cool kitchen In
All the convenience of gas economical for all
the year 'round cooking. Bakes, broils, roasts,
; toasts. Steady, evenly-distributed heat, the best
The long blue chimneys prevent all smoke and
SmelL In 1, 2, 3 ind 4 burner ilzci, with
or without ovtni. Alio cabinet
models. Aik your dealer today.
FOR SALE BY
THOMAS H. SIMPSON, Ashland, Oregon
PROVOST BROS., Ashland, Oregon
the 15th day of October, 1915, at
the rate of 6 per cent per annum;
for the fuithor sum of $152.40 on
account of taxes paid for the years
1915 and 1916, together with in
terest theroon at the rate of 6 per
cent per annum from March 16th,
1917; for tho further sum of
$500.00, as attorney's fees and for
the costs and disbursements of this
suit; for a decree declaring pla'n
tiff's mortgage to bo a first lien
upon the following described real
property: Beginning at the south
east corner of Donation Land Claim
No. 45, in township 39, south of
range 2, e3t of Willamette merld.
ian, In Oregon; thence north 40
chains to a stake for corner; thence
west 20 chains to a stake for cor
ner; thenco south 40 chains to a
stake for corner; thence east 20
chains to the place of beginning,
containing eighty acres of land,
more or less; that plaintiffs sa'd
mortgage be foreclosed and said
real property sold according to law,
and the proceeds of such sale be an
plied to tho payment of pla'ntlff's
costs and disbursements herein, at
torney's fees, taxes, and the amount
due said plaintiff by virtue of said
mortgage, and that you and each
of you, and nil of tho defendants
herein, and Ell persons clulm'ng by,
tli rough or under the defendants or
eithor of them, subsequent to the
execution of said mortgage, either
as purchaser, Incumbrancer or Judg
ment creditor, be forever barred
and foieclosed of all right, cla'm,
Interest or equity of redemption In
said premises r.nd every part there
of; thr.t plaintiff have, execution
against the property of defendants
C. L. Cunningham and Mabel Cun
n'nKhnm, for any deficiency over
aud above that for which said
property may be sold; that the pur
chaser at such sale be let Into the
immediate possession of said prop
erty, rnd for such other and fur
ther relief as to tho court may seem
meet and equitable In the prem
ises. This summons is published by
order of the Hon. F. M. Calkins,
Judge of the above entitled court,
duly made and entered on the 18th
day of April, 1917, and the said
order directs publication of this
summons, once a week for six suc
cessive weeks In the Ashland Tid
ings, a semi-weekly newspaper of
general circulation in Jackson coun
ty, Oregon, published in the city of
Ashland, In said county, and the
date of the first publication hereof
is April 19th, 1917,.
W. J. MOORE,
Attorney for Plaintiff. .
IN THE COUNTY COURT of the
State of Oregon for Jackson Coun
ty. In the matter of the Estate of
Frank H. Holmes, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed
and has qualified as administrator
with the will annexed of the estate
of Frank H. Holmes, deceased. All
persons having claims against said
deceased are hereby notified to
.present the same in writing, duly
verified, as required by law, to the
undersigned at Ashland, Oregon,
within six months from the date of
first publication of this notice,
which is April 26, 1917.
G. F. BILLINGS,
Administrator with the Will An
nexed of the Estate of Frank H.
Holmes, Deceased. 97-5t-Thur,
Save Your Bottles
A serious shortage of preserving
jars and cans is threatened. GIas3
bottles, especially wide-necked ones,
nr,e useful for putting up fruits, Jel
lies, and preserves. Put up fruit
Juices in ordinary bottles. Reserve
regular preserving Jars and cans for
canning vegetables, soups, and meats
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
(thought he didh
JUOGE.YOUDBEAMA.ZID 1 iGEE! THE JUDGE HAS USED W-B I .
TO KNOW HOW SKTlSrviNGl CUT TOBACCO SINCE IT FIRST CAMtl
THIS LITTLE CHEVJ H. ' ON THE MARKET. ITS THE LITTLE
j CHHW THAT SATISFIESJ '
INTELLIGENT people have a way of sizing things
up for themselves W-B GUT is all shreds, all
tobacco ; and ordinary plug is leaf with a lot of
heavy, gummy sweetening, holding it together. But
everything doesn't go by quantity either ; W-B CUT
is a rich, sappy chew, because it's rich, sappy tobacco.
It doesn't take so much W-B to satisfy. Take a small
chew. Then notice how it lasts.
Mido by WEYMAN-BRUT0N COMPANY. 1107 BroJw.T, N.w Tork City
"Fire Sale" In Real Estate
Here Is Your Opportunity To Get a Fine
Home at a Great Bargain
The Strickfadden house on Almond St. is being of
fered this week for $1900 less than the cost of lot
and improvements to the lot, exclusive of buildings.
$1000 in repairs will. make you a beautiful home
with delightful view and easy of access from Main
St. No assessments nor incumbrances of any kind.
phoncm Billings9 Agency ni
AT TDE CHIRt HIS
Mctli'xlist Episcopal Church.
North Main and Laurel streets.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Morn
ing worship at 11. Communion.
Evening worship at 8. Epworth
League at 6:45 p. m. V. J. Doug
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
South Tloneer avenue. Sunday
service at 11 o'clock. Subject of les
son sermon, "Soul and Body." Sun
day schoo lat 10 o'clock. Wednesday
evening meeting at 8 o'clock. Read
ing room open from 2 to 4 daily ex
cept Sundays and holidays.
First r.rpthien Church.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preach
ing services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Morning subject, "Grace, In Relation
to the Christian." Evening subject,
"The Preciousness of Christ. Thia
is the church and the preacher they
are lying about. Why not come and
see for yourself? You are most cor
dially invited. C. E. Johnson, pas
tor. Congr-p gntional Church.
G. Southwell Brett, minister. Pub
lic worship each Sunday at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Sunday school at 9 45
a. m. Junior Endeavor at 2:30 p. m.
Senior Endeavor at 7:00 p. ra. Mid
week meeting for prayer and fellow
ship Wednesday at 8 p. m. Mr. Brett
will speak next Sunday morning on
"The Js'ew Patriotism and the Com
ing Order." In the evening he will
speak on "The Use of the Tongue."
Sunday school at the usual hour,
10 a. m. A the preaching hour, 11
o'clock. Mrs. M. O. Reed will deliver
a splendid minslonnry address. Mr.
Melllnger In speaking of this address,
having heard It somewhere, once said,
"It la the best missionary speoch of
its kind that I have ever heard. Mrs.
Reed has a very pleasing delivery and
no one having heard her once wishes
to miss that privilege again. Let no
one miss this splendid address, for
you will surely he sorry if you do.
Christian Endeavor at 6:45 sunnay
evening. No preaching services li
the evening, and every one may visit
his favorite church.
Bible school at 9:45: "The Holy
Spirit and His Work.' Morning wor
ship at 11. By the request ot tne
G. A. R. and W. R. C. the memorial
service will be held at this hour. An
Invitation has been given by the pas
tor to the National Guard, the Honor
Guard and the Red Cross Society to
Join with us In this service. B. Y.
P U. at 7 p. m.; subject, "Financing
the Kingdom." Evening worship at
o. ihoniA. "The Testimony of De
mons." Prayer meeting Wednesday
at 8 p. m. The greatest unused pow
er in the world today Is the Hoiy
Spirit of the living God A Chris
tian welcome Is given to all who will
worship with us. H. John Vine, pastor.
- t kno w about it.)
A splendid congregation heard the
opening sermon of the "Popular Sins
of the Day" series. The next sul
Ject will -be "Sabbath Desecration.'
The morning theme will be "Grac
vs. Sin, Christ vs. Satan." The Wed
nesday evening prayer meetings are
fast becoming a great factor In the
church. The fifty mark was passed
last week. The Friday afternoon
meeting will be held at the Hash res
idence on Oak street at 2:30. We
are not preaching stale, musty theol
ogy, but present day, vital Bible sal
vation. We are presenting the Christ
you will want in the last hours of
your life. Why not seek Illm now
while he may be found? You are
Invited to worship with us. Dorman
D. Edwards, pastor.
Dennis Eucalyptus Ointment
AT ALL DRUQ STORES
Tubes 25c Jars 60c
SK the grocer for Cali
fornia Washing Powder
It is the washing pow
der that makes your wash
ing easier and your clothes
white as snow.
Manufactured In Ashland at
411 II Street,, Ashland, Oregon
Cams Peel Right
Off With "Cets-H"
2 Drops, and tbe Corn is a "Goner!"
Whim you've got to walk on
the sides of your shoe to get away
from tliopo nwful corn-pains, thure'a
only one common-sense tiling to do.
"GrU-Ut" Tonr Corn! Wont
Swell Id tlntrr. llmidrn. They'll
Shrlvelt Limiwi and 1'eel Oil I
Put 2 or S drops of 0ets-U" on the
corn right awity. Pain and Inllam
matton will disappear, the corn will
ti'Kin to shrivel from that Instant
then It loosens and falls right off.
There's no other corn-remover is
the world that acts like "Gets-It."
No new discovery has been made In
corn-"emovers since "Gets-It" val
born. Uon't forget that fact. "Gets
It" does away forever with the us
of salves that trrltatet bandages tffat
mnke a bundle of your toe. pi, ter
tl fit half do the work, knives in
S( IssorB that draw blood. Use "G jt
II" no more digging or rutting. .
"Oets-lt" Is sold everywhere, Sfto
bottle, or sent on receipt of prloe by
K. Lawreaoe A Co., Ohlcugo, 111.
Sold in Ashland and recommended
as the world's best corn remedy bg
J. J. McN'alr, McNolr Bros.
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