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About Ashland daily tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1919-1970 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1919)
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TIDINGS CLASSIFIED ADS
On cent tb word each tlm.
DR. B. B. MOO UK Chiropractic
Fbyslclan. First National Bank
r Bldg. Phones: Of tie, ; Ken.
' DR.; ERNEST A. WOOD Praotlo
limited to tyt, itr, com and
throat. Offlc noun, 10 to II and
I to 6. Bwtdenburf Bldg., Asb-
' land. Or. 71-tt
-THE FIIIT SHOP"
Bring It to me, I can tlx It right.
Lawn Mowers and Bicycles my spe
cialty. L. H. ROOT, 137 H, Main
' street, Ashland.
MEN WANTED (or work on canal at
Oak street bridge, Ashland. Ap
ply on job. lQ-6t
DR. I. I, KM-MENeV Physician and
aargeon. Practice limited to aye,
ar, nose and throat. Olassea tup-
piled. Oculist and aorlst (or 8. P
R. R. Offices, M. T. and H. Bldg,
opposite postoftlce, Medford. Ore
' Phone 6(7. t ll-t(
D. M. D BOWER, M. D. 216 Factory
s ot. fuone No. 4D8-R. Uses radio
heat largely in bli treatment of
chronic diseases. Tuberculosis,
cancer and other . Infectious, all
, menta, respond marvelouely to said
BP.IG08 A DRIOU8, Attorneys-nt-
Law, pioneer Block, Ashland.
L. A. ROBERTS Attorny-t-Law,
Rooms t and 4, Citltens' Bank
8TENOO RAPHE R8
JKSHIB B. THATCHER Public
Stenographer. Commercial Clab
Hours: I a. m. to It a. m.; 1
p. m. to S p. m., after 8eptem
ter 1. .
CONTRACTING AND Bl'ILDINQ
A. L. LAMB Contractor and Build
. . veaieni, ijrica ana Wood
, work. Tel. itl-J. 34S Mountain
b. U DELSMAN Contractor and
builder, Ashland, Ore. Ksttmates
cheerfully glTsn. Free plans when
we do yocr work. Wbea securing
us, you tare tb cost of a super
Intendent aa wa work right on
. the Job with the men. Pboue 120.
PRANK JORDAN General Con
trading and repair work. Cement
. work specialty. Tel. 430-J, 227
Granite 8L Xltf
EVANS TAXI SERVICE Fir pas
senger Chalmers, Seven Passenger
Hudson. Trips anywhere. Reliable
driver and quick service. Stand
at Rosa Bros. Day Phone 21 1;
FIRH INSURANCE Is a business
man's aafeguard as well as credit
endorser. Why not protect your
property as well aa your credit?
Make a bet ot 14 against S1000
that you will not hare a fire loss
In a year. - Yon win If you lono
Old Reliable" Insurance Companies.
E. T. Staples. Hotel Austin Build
lag, next door to Ford Garage. 1-tf
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE An Ideal Stock ranch,
1400 acre, big range adjacent;
. hay, water and grain. Attractive
. price and terms. Write or call at
offica for particulars. B. T. Sta
ples, Hotel Austin Bldg. 1-tf
FOR 8ALE 1 1 ft acres near Belle
vlew school house, 5 acres in al
falfa, balance In fruit. Inquire
078 Boulevard. Phone 826-R.
' . ' ' . ; lo-t
FOR SALE Beat and most proflta
Die, modern, free Irrigated, 15
acre borne In Ashland; one that
pays big Interest on the asking
, price; and is roally ' cheapest
, though high priced. If you want
a real noma vnn will ha nmnH nr
"one look will convince you I have
it. k. u. sanford, Lower Helman
Street.' - , 10-2
WANTEI-Vlolln to rent or buy.
Call 128 Wlmer, or pbone 472-R.
WANTED High school boy, clean,
honest and willing to work, to col
lect subscriptions on Saturdays.
Begin work, XI rat Saturday In OcJ
tober. Enquire at the Tidings of
WANTED To rent ,a piano. Will
give It good care or will buy, but
It must be a bargain. Phone 485-J.
W. E. Plerson, Boulevard. - -3t
MEN WANTED for work on Pacific
highway south of Ashland. Wage
(4 60 per day, 8 hours, steady
work. Board 11.01 per day. In
quire Oskar-Huber. Office up
stairs In City Hall, Ashland.
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT
Six rooms, close In. Owner will
take room and board on. rent. En
quire A. H. Davis, Beaver block.
many Instructors and
Teachers at Institute
FOR SALE Fine Jersey cow, tests
over 6 percent. 846 Scenic Drive.
E. W, Hunter. 1-4
FOR SALE Golden Cling Peaches
for canning, 2ftc lb. , 244 Grant
St. Pbone 4414-L. . 0-4
FOR SALE A team of mules.
weighing 12(0 lbs. each and don
bla harneea In good condition.
Price IISO.OjO. A bargain. See
B. R. Greer at Tidings office.
FOR SALE Vetch Gray Oats, Cheat,
Rve. Baled Hay, Rolled Barley,
Grass Seeds. . Ralph Waldo Etden,
Medford. Ore. (( tf
FOR SALE. Slightly need dimen
sion lumber and flooring. Good
as new. Phons 120. Hit
FOR 8ALE A few fine Barred
Rock cockerels from especially se
lected, heavy laying strain. Pbone
2F14, or write Mrs. Mary H. Tuck
er, Box 112, Route 1, Asniana,
NOTICE OF BOND SALE
Sealed proposals will ba received
by the Board of Directors of Gold
Hill Irrigation District at Us office
In said District In Jackson County.
Oregon, for the purchase ot ten
thousand dollar (lio.oto) -Mxmae
of said District unUI 8 o'clock P. M .
the 4th day of October, 1010, which
said Issue of bonds will bear date
July 1, 1010, bear Interest at ( per
cent per annum, payable semi
annually on the first day of Jan
uary and July in each year, princi
pal and interest payanie at me fis
cal Agency of the, State of Oregon
In New York City, said bonds to be
numbered from 1 upwards, and to
mature serially approximately aa follows:
8400 July 1, 1024; 400 July I, lif
450 July l, 1Z6; 4ou juiy i,
About 200 teachers. Instructors
"and visitors art Id Ashland this week
at the county Institute In session at
the Senior high school, and much In
terest la being felt la the splendid
addresses and discussions given by
the various prominent educators ol
the state who are present.
One of the most attractive fea
tures of the Institute is the music.
The assembly singing Is In charge
of Miss Bay, the new musical Instruc
tor In the Senior High school, and
her Introduction to Ashland la af
fording a great deal of satisfaction
to music lovers In the city. Special
numbers bx local talent bave been
provided by a commute, composed
of Mrs. Van Fossen, Miss Mary Young
and Prof. Appelhoff. Th muslo yes
terday was particularly fin and much
appreciative comment has been
made by all who heard It.
On account of President Wot; T.
Foster of Reed college In Portland
not being able to arrive for the morn
ing' seiwlon at I clock today, It was
thought' beet to rearrange th pro
gram somewhat. The teachers
met at 8 o'clock (or the department
sessions,' tb geenral 'sessions taking
place at 10:20 to 12. , j'
Yesterday-the special music were
a piano solo by Miss Nellie Beaver
and Scotch songs by E. W. Hunter
at the' meeting session, and a violin
nolo by Prof. Appelhoff and a vocal
solo by H. H. Corlls In the afternoon.
Today's features were a vocal solo
by Cbarle King, and a bass clarinet
tola by Prof. Appelhoff In the (ore
noon, while a ladles' trio by Mrs.
Ashcraft, Misses Poley and ' Allen,
and a vocal solo by Mrs. ' Ashcraft
were rendered In th afternoon.
Tbo same Interest that started the
opening sessions of the Institute held
good to the closing, and the annual
assembly will . go down In hlBtory
as one ot the most helpful and In
spiring that had been held n Jack
son county for many years.
VAS1ITI CRADDOCK '
DIED LAST EVENING
Mrs. Vasbtl Craddock,' wife of
Daniel Craddock, died at her home
at (8 Nutley street at 8:30 last
evening after an extended Illness.
The Craddock family had come here
last month' from Northern California
(or the benefit of the Invalid'! health,
but her disease was too far ad
vanced to ' receive benefit. Funeral
services will be beld from Stock's un
dertaking parlors Sunday afternoon,
with Interment In the Talent cemetery.
DAN CONNER, Proprietor.
Headquarter fof Commercial Men
European Plait -Bhtcelbnt Grill.
Two Blocks from Llthla Park.
New and Attractive
; ; Realty Bargains
acres In city, alfalfa and fruit.
Rich soil, scenic locution, euBy of
access; .' modern bungalow. At
mortgage price, 23600.
' 80 acres alfalfa at edge of town
gooa Duiiuingi,1 a real money
. maker and a bargain, at (10,000
i , acre fruit and garden, modern
cottage, beautiful location, at
i mortgage price, (1600.
; Another acre close to above, ad'
mlrable location, lots of fruit and
t fairly ' good 'house, (1300.
A very gdod plain house with half
' acre garden and fruit at mort
gage price, (1160. -s '
A fine' profitable 16-acre orchard
home, good,. Improvements for
,' trade' free of epcumbranpe, :for
auitable southern California
' . property. '
i Some good Income property In Bel
, . llngham, Wash., free of incum
; brance, (or exchange (or Ashland
A ten acre orchard and ranch in
, edge of town, good buildings, 10
; ' acre timber lot adjoining. A
; ' money 'making place for sale at
j ; , cost of Improvements, (6000.
4 acre mostly Bear Creek bottom
' ' alfalfa, balance Is beautiful bench
location with modern house and
1 fruit garden, good barn, etc. A
: real money making place close In
and .circumstance force a sale at
I am spending no time on any
thing but real bargains and it may
be worth your while to look over
my listings before you decide upon
a purchase. . '
I have some good sheep and cat
tle "ranches and range, and many
Tjronerttas not mentioned above. . I
ought to be able to slut your wants.
Let me try.
E.T. STAPLES .
. Bonded Realty Broker , j
Hotel Austin Bldg., Ashland, Ore.'
600 July 1,1121
600 July 1,1031
050 July 1, 132
760 July 1,1036
800 July 1, 1937
95U July 1, 130
600 July 1, 1028;
660 July 1, 1930;
600 July 1, 1932;
700 July 1, 19M;
800 July 1, 1936;
900 July 1, 1938;
Snlrt hlds must
and the purchaser must ba prepared
to take delivery at in urn oi
Th Board reserves tb right to
reject any or all bids.
(Seal) CHA9. CHAMPLIN,
58-4 Fridays '
2,325,000 DE LAVAL
IN DAILY USE THE WORLD OYER
. Wberever grass grow and cows
ar milked, you will find th D La
val the favorite aream separator.
Mora D Lav a Is are In us than
all other makes combined. , '
The De Laval Is tlma tested. It
was the pioneer cream separator la
1878 and has led In popularity aad
sales for forty years.
It's th world's standard cream
Real Estate For Sale
OWN Yotat HOJIB AND BE HAPPY
wome for Sal at Cash
r rices or Payments:
A 7-room modern plastered bouse
with basement. Lot 100x100. Good
soli; some fruit; sightly place; over
looks entire valley.
. A (-room cottage; basement, barn
or garage; 18 acres land; abund
ance of wood on place; (aclng
. A S-room boos clos in, lot (Ox
100; extra good soil: fronting paved
street; pleasant location.
A (-room plaatered bona, large
sleeping porch, garage, . chicken
park. All first claaa condition. Lot
100x100, clos In.
A (-room modern cottage In good
condition, on block from First Na
tional Bank; small lot; sightly location.
ror particular se Mrs. u. B. i m
Lan at Transfer Office, Oak St. I L
With fibre or. rubber soles.
The ideal shoe for outing
MR& " pAtJL' APPLEGATE '
' 1 SUCCUMBED TO ILLNESS
; Mr, Paul Applegato, . who with
her mother, Mr. Tracy, had com
her about three weeks ago for th
benefit of her health, from Yoneall.
died at' the apartments ot' Dr. Shaw
on North Pioneer avenu yesterday
afternoon. Mrs. Applegat had been
ill (or some tlm and her trouble was
too (ar advanced for this climate to
afford any relief . Th body will be
shipped back to her horn in Yoncalla
on train 1( this evening. Her hus
band and' father arrived on train
13 this morning and, will accora
pany 1h body back.
Ashland Iron Works
Office' and Works No'.' ill, Helman
St., Ashland, Or.
Reality always surpasses
leaye nothing to your imag
ination. -They're mild and
rich, fragrant and cool. ' The
fine tobacco, cooling' mouth
piece and maia paper wrap
ping make them the' real
The John Bollrasn Co. Branch
. Rpalr Work
- " PAULS EHUD ft BARRETT1' '
' ; ' For Mra and1' Women.
171 East Main. '
Equipment, Sawmill, Mining and
Ship Machinery, Steam and Oas En
gines, Boiler and Heavy Steel
Work; Grey Iron, Semi-Steel, Brass
and Uroni Castings of every klud.
Having thoroughly equipped our
Plant lor the manufacture and re
pairs of heavy and all classes of ma
chine and foundry work, w solicit
your orders and Inquirle. Estimates
and quotations furnished on application.
ROUGH DRY r
We do rough dry for 7 teats per
pound. Except bundles containing
starch band shirts, collars, cuffs, lac
curtains, blankets, comforts, quilts.
etc. These will be finished and
chargod th regular prlcea.
Ashland Laundry to.
tfi0 Chm Coe4
Our Other Facilities
THE First National Bunk Is not
alone depository for fundj. It Is
sues Lettrs of Credit, Drafts or
Bank Money Orders, and Travelers
Cheque. It also handles Collec
tions on all Negotiable Instrument.
' Don't overlook the security of
our Hafo Itpolt Boxes fur your
V.Xv: ASHLAND OCECON "IVCARTEtt.POtS
4 Mcor. cajmim
CLARK BUMtAMT CAM
BETTER THAN THE BEST CAN NO t
EAGLE MEAT MARKET
LOUS 8CI1WEIN, Prop.
NORTH MAI.V, ASHLAND
Hat that BEST constantly in Stock, and is the secret of that success wnich hai
marked its business career lo, these many years.
.i. . We invite prospective purchasers to call and examine our goods and te
convinced of the truth of our statement. .The same old stand, 37 N. Main, and
the same obliging and reliable service always on tap.
Don't procrastinate delays are oftentimes dangerous. Make NOW to take
the place bf NEVER, and dilly-dally with no man.
"Sweetly sleeps the soul con-j
... i r
In a home that's owned, not
rented. 4' cr.r.j;i
NOW is'nt that SWEET?
If you don't believe it,
just buy a place
Established 18 8 J
v They have real bargains.
Also sell good insurance.
41 East Main St., Ashland
.; We have you in mind when buying; , ,
You Want fresh, "dependable "food.
THAT'S THE KIND WE HAVE I
Fresh Vegetables and Fruils
' In Season 1 ";' '
'Wliite House trpcery
piNCER! &?R0BEklS01, Propriclon i
"Phones I55-j56 ASHLAND,' OREGON
Necessity for Increased
Good Cues and Tips
Billiard players prefer this place
because they know that they can (et
OOOD cues; and modern equipment
makes a lot of difference In th pleas
ure of the game. '
You KNOW It
. , Profanity, gambling and other un
desirable ' elements' ar absolutely
TABOO here. W invit GENTLE
This Is a cleaa, congenial amuse
nfent baJL for -decent olean-cut fel-
i room cottage: . barn: chicken ,ow'
bouse; city water; on Lincoln St,
k fiSS Byer Realtj ,0c, ' 40tt ''Closn Sport for Regular Fwa1 t 1 1 mimiiiim (MMiniiniMHit
s Billiard Parlor
PA I MI
Before The Fall Rains, Begin
Don't fool yourself, ' Yo'ur'hbuse is going .
to the bad fast if it needs painting. The v
. " best 'tray to sell your 'home, 'or secure ? i
Hgood renter,is by makins "it attractive by )
. A GOOD COAT I OF ., PA INT
Stop and Think ! ;
We "are headquarters for everything in
'the Paint'line.- It will pay you to con- i '
suit us beTore painting. .1 j ' ;
Increased telephone rates are necessary to meet
1 increased costs.
Recent increases in wages alone to employees
totaling for the State of Oregon upwards of $225,000,
-made an increase in telephone rates not only neces
sary but imperative to pay these wages. "
The net return to the' Company iiner the rates
'now in effect is less than 3 per cent Ion the valuation ,
bf Its property at $13,282,378.00; as found by the Pub
lic Service Commission.' ,
'. ' 'Wbuld you be 'satisfied with such a return on the
capital invested in your 'business P Would you con
'aider It sufflcientP
There has been no general increase in telephone
rates fo? many years: Every user of a telephone who
stops to think knows that he would be paying an in
adequate rate now if he was not paying substantially
more than he was before the war.
Tlie Pacific Teleplione and Telegraph Co.