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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
Wednesday, February 4, 1920
1 inr.ii itn nrnrnnii E
E. P. Voru2, utter spending sev
eral weeks here with his wife und
,i.,i., n.Kn.iirin.in ikaRiumi
residence on Clenu avenue this win-
ter. left last night for his horn, in
Twins were born to Mr. and Mrs.
8. .1. Johnson ot Horubrook, Calif.,
at their home yesterday.
Walter Eraser Brown, the wel
known nrchardist down the valley
v.is a business visitor -in Asniaua
Saturday afternoon. . ( : ;
j Miss Knthryn Miller has been elect-
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Saunders and 'o finish the grade taught by Miss
Son John left veslcrday in their cat -j Evangeline Poley in the Junior High
tor a trip into California. They will school. Miss Poley has resigned to
proceed immediately from here to! oomrloto her course In the Oregon
San Francisco, af.er which they Willi Agricultural College. - .
leisurely look up a more lasting! j
abiding place for the balance of the1 J. A. Gear, a resident of Colorado.'
winter. j ''as purchased the eight acrs of land r
'on Terrace street known as the Hen
Mrs. Frank Stevens of Ashland lsj''-v Easterly place. This deal was;
in receipt of a most interesting h(1. made through the Beaver Itealty com-: fi
tograph. as printed in the New Yorkj m"'-v- Mr' (iw"' ex'lwls to nl"vc hi:.
times, showing her brother, Itev. ''"''' '"'ft '"' oc,y ''is new .
Hobert N. Ward of Miami, Fla., "to-; l""',;llll8f! t(,r '"""
(.other with the delighted collide. j . ;g
Mr. and Mrs. It. (1. Conant, of West-! Another illustration of the crfi
lield, Wis., just alter I Heir weddiiK I ciency or the little Tidings, want ads.!
in an ail-piano over lliscayue Bay. i Friday Mrs. Nellie Conner adver-;
Kla. Kev. I'n It X. Ward, I'ronier-! Used her home at 107 Klida street j,
ly chaplain i'. ;ne A. E. F., performed for sale. Yesterday she sold It to'
the wedding ceremony in mid-air. j Gerald Wenner, of the First National
bank through the littlo For Sale ad.
r V of tbn l'l.-,7:i Grocery Mr. Wenner Is lately here from Wash-
lis unlit his burners In It A. Slleiinis!
of Albany, who is attracted to Ash
land on account of the climatic con
ditions. The store Is closeil this
week in order to take Inventory, af
ter which the new owner will take
Warren Nichols, a brother of Mrs.
H. Simons, died last Saturday ut
Cottage Grove after a short Illness
due to pneumonia. Burial was made
yesterday. Mr. Nichols was a resi
dent ot Ashland from 1!M)7 to 1911.
Miss Louise Gillette, who left lust
week for San Francisco, has gone to
Los Angeles to visit with friends, af
ter which she will return and enter
He, ild's business college.
Mrs. E. J. Roberts has gono to
lielleview to take care of her daugh
ter, Mis. K. K. Gall, who is ill with
II. G. Ma tires has sold his house
lit 73 Granite street to u new comer,
v ho w ill take possession soon, it is
Prof. Irving E. Vining left this
- morning for Salt Lake city where
lie will address u business men's
Chicken thieves got busy lu the
poultry bouse of II. C. Stock Satur
day night and left with twelve of his
fine Plymouth Rock Io ns.
Ray Ellis Havcl.nid, tho three-
weoks old son of Mr. und Mrs. L. Z j
llaveland, died Sunday morning at
obout 2 o'clock, at the home of Its!
parents, at 26G Sixth street. The
interment was made in Mountain
View cemetery this afternoon.
The prevalence of plckness among
families of a number of the members
of the .Methodist ron:;regation cur
tailed the attendance at the "Home
Day" service yesterday morning, al
though a goodly number were present
mid enjoyed the reunion and sorricesi of llrs- l-'l'dergnTs house and
ot this occasion. Rev. C. A. Edwards.; 0,1 slu"iiilu street to C. F. and
the pastor, announced that when ulliK,la Wert, recently from Montana.!
the sickness "scares" have vanished! j
this congregation will hold another! - s- Easlerling, the city elect ri-,
home day senire vhieh will he c.iio ' riuu- iH reported quite sick lit his
or the big events in church circles.
Miss Hazel Emery fame homo last
'veiling from Portland where she
bad been visiting with relatives for
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Yates of Al
bany, who have been m ijn ii.
w inter in Ashland, leave tonight en !
traln No. 10 for their home.
E. N. Norton and wife and Cecil
Norton of the Tourist Garage drove
lowii to Hoinbrook Saturday. The
former drove the Maiibohm cur und
the latter the Columbia, which are'
bandied by this garage, and spent
the day in the California city dem
onstrating their autoB. Mr. Norton
mated that they attracted much at
tention, especially among tourists on
the trains, who got off to inspect the
Miss Hilda Serpent leturned home; low ship tea in the church parlors last, Where the quill feather of many
last evening ff)m Portland after! evening at 6 o'clock in commeinoru-i hues used to do as a first aid to chi
hpending some time in that city, j tion -it the birthday of the Christian rography the peacock readier is the
Endeavor Society. This was fol- very newest and most decorative pen
Waldo Klum left Friday for Port- lowed by the usual consecration bidder now at hand. The ostrich
land where he experts to enter a' meeting, at which time the society feather bas tried to get a hand hold
bospitul to undergo un operation. voted to send Walter Mische us del-! upon the epistolatory situation bui
legato to the state convention in Al-!as yet it has only a featheweight ol
TUESDAY'S XKWM i bany, February 20, 21 and 22. i popularity and the peacock feather
Mrs. P. II. Whitney Is moving this! is quite cicky in consequence.
week from the resilience she has fex-iHy Ele-t Officer But lo revert to the head subject
b-,,u occupying on High street to one The Philothespian society held its and the way we are numbering the
on Bush street. , regular meeting Tuesday afternoon feathers of our head this season
!t 4 o'clock. Since it was tho first rather than the hairs huge funs of
J. W. Bernan, superintendent of meeting of the new semester oflic-is aigrettes spreading ucross the back
the Butte creek hatchery. In Ash-! were elected and committees ap- of the bead and faiishaped branches
land today on bunness. 'pointed to act duriim the following of gourra are two of the most stun-
neinevter. The pro'.ram was an- niug uses of the feather head dres
Albert P.aby, who purchased the nounced for the next meeting and while gold tissue turbans flanked
CO acre Park tract of land near , a committee was appointed to select with sweeping sprays of natural Par
Taleut recently, hag ,ecured 50 pins for the society. adise are almost Queen of Sbeua-
acre of fne Bear ere. k bottom land The following were el.-ct.-d to Ml tsque In their magnificence. Demure
djoiuit,g bis former purchase from offices of the society: President, and girlish bands of Irrldeseent
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was mads through the
Mayor C. B. Lamkin has pur-
- ' eased the lot from the First Na-
tional bank on the corner of Bush;
oiwi Vnrtli Miiln d roct nest to the
W. A. Turner property. This is one!
of the finest resident sites in Ash-
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The Fish brothers are plowing this'
week on the Billings farm north of
Ashland with a Fordson tractor. This
; r:..,. r .i r.i, i 1 1. t
c. w. and c. s. Glasgow.
IS Ul 1IIM Ul lll'.-c iimiiiima hi. iv
have ever been used in Ashland and f" '"' VnU The follow
Is attracting considerable attention iS program was rende -ed:
' umnnir llirt r:inr)ipt'H
Mrs. Conner will not leave'
Ashland. She'sold her home only be
cause it was too large for her to take
Mr. C. Bevier who yesterday pur-; Co.)S ,.occnty celebrated tho birth
chased the Mathes property at 7:l;Uliy anniversaries of three of their
Granite street, will move into his new llumier which occurred close to
purchaso tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. ; g(.,ll01. Tn(,se were Mr3 s A Pe.
Bevier comes from Ilillsboro, Ore. Mr.; tel.Si Sv Mn4 f;e()lse Robison and
Mathes will move into the house now. lMl.8 u c p0,.ter. Together the
occupied by Mrs. Whitney on Pine ; womell wet to the home ot Mrs. Pe
8,H't j ters one night last week and greatly
' 'I surprised that lady by their appear-
S. C. Cunter, night operator of, .1I1(,e jn coalu,ne. The various make
the Western Union telegraph office; c,.PaleU lllucn amusement und a
In Grants Pass, was in Ashland yes-j (1 mnn..d good tilne folowed, during
terday spending the day with his fain- wlll(.h refreshments were served. Be-
side the three honor guests there
were present Mrs. Ella White, Mrs.
Dr. S. A. Danford, M. E. district: (-,,,., M,.g. Jennings, Mrs. Young,
superintendent, accompanied by Mrs.; j,,s Lulu jI()W11r,l, Mrs. Laviim
Danford, left yesterday for Grants, n,,,.,!, Mrs. Carlton, Mrs. Har
Pass where lie will conduct a two ,., Wl.3 M,H( Mra. Mulho8i
weeks' revival service In the Moth-i Mu SwlllKl0( jirs. Evans and Mrs.
odist church there. Uubl,rts(m.
Mrs. Dennett and son, who have
been spending several months in
Ashland for the benefit of tho lat-:,
ter's health, leave tniluv for lb,.!. !
homo ill Santa Cruz. Calif. i
, t t
Mrs. Carl Lovehmd, alter spend-
lug several-weeks in Ashland with!
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Heed at j
the Shook partnients. left Sunday'
for her homo in Seattle. She was!0" evening wrap and gown and fun
iiccomnanied bv her sister. Miss A1-!
berta Reed, who will visit in that ,
city for awhile.
Ashland has no "Southpaws" at
'he present time. Most of the school
children and a goodly number of
grownups lire active with their right
arms, while they cautiously sidle ,
arounn oiwiacies ti nil
approach their left sides. The whole-j
sale vaccination that lias been or- j
dered In the schools is tho cause of
the constant fear of close contact 1
from the left. !
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The Billings agency report the:
home this week.
The private car of General Man
ager W. It. Scott of the Southern j
raciiic readied Ashland last even
lug, where the local yards and of
fices were visited. In tho party ac
companying Mr. Scott were J. H.I
sllaw' T- Merrier and J. W. Fitzger
Bert Freeman, who s tak ng a , , , , ,
' h smart females havo sanctioned
course in animal busbandrv at the1 i . .
. , ' i Juno's choice with unanimous uc-
O. A. C, is lu Ashland today from1.,,,.,, ,..,,,. i,i r., .i, r
The Social Realm
1 clloivslii, Tea i
The Christian Endeavor Society ol
the Presbyterian church held a fel-
Maxine Pracht; rice-president, Marie
Porter; secretary and treasurer,
Carrio May Briggs; sergeant at arms,
Paulino Clift; editor, Etna Abbott.
EnU-ifaliied nt Dinner
Prof, and Mrs. H. 0. Gilmore. had
as their' dinner guests Mr. and Mrs.
John II. Hill, Charles Ramsey and : bizzarre or frivolous in the feather
daughter. Miss Amy Ramsey, Hnd,"e with which to crown yourself
..., .. n !. anrl ltwluniir ft'nm I n a vac 1 1 It i lit n la.
Tom Hudson at their home on Scenic!
"""' ' " '"""
The recital given by Mrs. Grace!
Cede Sunday afternoon was well at-,
t I'lnlo'l by iiliout 75 iiuniln and
1. SI'-,. i tiuilar solo, Hawaiian
Frolic," by Miss Viola Quinon
2. Steel Guitar and Ukulele,
Old Kentucky Home," by Ruth
and Ned Mars. j
Steel Guitar Duett, "Sleepy Eyes," ,
by Donna and Pearl Withrow. ; ,0 20.S50 a yeur, stating, "It's aw
Steel Guitar und Ukulele. "She ll'H' hard to live on $15,000 a year,
Sang Alaho Be To Mo," by Mrs. "1 I'm sure I don't know what I'd
Glenn McWilliams and Marga-
Steid Guitar, "Kawaishau Wall,"
by Mrs. A. C. Carpenter, ac
companied by Mrs. Grace Cole.
Steel Guitar, "My Honolulu Ilulu,Hl'n "-arrow, luinmany politician
Girl," by Miss Jenny Dowd. nnu" famous turf man, named some
Song with steel guitar, "The Itos-i01
by Mrs. Glen McWilliams. i
Steel guitar, "Kilima Waltz," byj
Clias. Hush. Accompaniment,
Mr. Bates, guitar; Miss Dough-
Finale- Song, "Aloha Oe." Steel
guitars, Mrs. Glen .McWilliams;
Miss Jenny Dowd, Mrs. Grace
Cole, Chas. Rush.
Guitar accompaniment, Mr. Bates.
Ukulele accompaniment, Miss
Surprise Birthday Party,
I Theofticers ot the Women's Relief
L'OISKAU ItLIEU r
'' 1 l llteu lor lllB um.cu l iosn.j v
$ Margaret Itolie.
v v - s v - J
Belinda's so befeathored
She wears them everywhere
And even in her hair
'Pli;it she is
But follows, I declare.
NKW YORK If the recently wide-
ly heralded premiere of ' The Blue
Bird" lis a grand opera didn't bring
(nit many fine musical themes at
least it brought out many fine featb-
ers. There wero more topknots In
tho audience than topnotes on the
stage and she was a sorry dame,
Indeed, much bluer than the f unions
Maoterlinrk fledgling, who did not
boast at least one feather in her hair
not to mention a perfect flock of
fe:l ,,,,. ml lor ow i,c. wru ,,
uivvy Handful in the form of a
S(lll0 ot Uie 1(,.ul Besses wfire
most ninazing. One mass of vivid
Krepn ,., 0H(r(., iuines' covered
ll0 0tit hack ot the wearer's head
and would have turned the queen of
the Hottentots a matching green
with envv. Paradise in their natural
,,, vibrated gorgeously above tho
undulated waves of a few opulent
heads and with arrogant sangfroid
the bizarre feather from the tail of
Juno's favorite fowl waved In all suf-
j ficiency from jeweled bands round
several stunning brows.
Indeed the peacock is quite a pnm-
Itereil nit of fiialiiiiii lliauo fl.iva niiil
its gorgeous tall adds just the ef
fective and barbaric touch to the
costume oriental and when they are
j bunched into a fan there is un aye
! of admiration for every eye.
j Just to further sanction the pea
cock leather as one of the rightful
first line feathers of the season, we
are using it to write full manv un
eiilstle attached to a cnod utiih ik.ii
breast feathers from all and every
feathered creature of the air though
they are almost down are not mark
ed so and even little mercury wings
of vivid hue and untraceable ances
try add their piquant diversity from
each side of a topknot.
There is really nothing too during,
and Judging from the resultunt dis
P'ay it wouia seem tnai me mouern
J"8'? ,.nd "iatl0D '
eathenng : her crest than her nest
these 11120 nights.
PITTY THE SOHHOWS C V.1IS
"POOR LITTLE KICK GIHL."
PHILADELPHIA Miss Lena Cur
roll, "poor little rich girl" of the
fashionable Ogontz school for girls,
near Philadelphia, recently asked
"le court In New York city to in-
crease ncr allowance irom i&,uuu
" 11 1 K' les9- ' "ight be able to
manage rather well if I got a little
more than $20,000."
In giving the "needs" of her
daughter, Mrs. Carroll, widow of Jos-
Infi B(,10 Stria expenses as fl-
For upkeep of Lorena's limousine
For toilet articles, hair dressing,
jewelery and clothes $3,000.
For education and church contri
For travel and pleasure $3,000,
For physicians, dentists and optic
For rent $2,000.
For household expenses $4,000.
Approximate annual needs
BEND. 111 Sevlln-Hixon Lum
ber company employes own homes.
Ill the County Court of the State of
Oregon, County of Jackson.
In the Matter of the Estate of David
To Thomas Ivy, Robert L. Ivy, Em
ma Dean, James P. Ivy, John L.
Ivy, Lucy P. Muse, Emma Lee
Fisher, O. M. Lyon, O. W. Lyon,
Miss E. M. Lyon, L. T. Lyon, D.
H. Lyon, Lucy Baker, Julia' Baker,
Pallie Patterson, Bessie Mann. T.
W. Lyon, Carrie Gilgore, William
A. Chandler and John C. McCullie,
The heirs at law of said David Ivy,
deceased, and to all unknown
heirs of said deceased;
In the Name of the State of Ore
gon. You and each of you are hereby
notified that on the 24th day of Jan
uary, 1920, L. D. Hays, the duly
appointed, qualified and acting Ad
ministrator of said Estate, filed in
said Court a petition, duly verified,
praying said Court for an Order of
Sale of the whole of the real prop
erty of said Estate on the grounds
and for tho purposes therein set
forth, which said real property is de
scribed as follows:
Lots numbered One (1) and Two
(2) In Block numbered One (1) ofj
the Edwards Place Addition to the,
City of Medford, Juckson County,
Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (31 1
and Four (4) in Block Six (6) In j teuiinces thereunto belonging, ln
Edmonston's First Addition to' eluding water rights; situate lu
Marshfiold, County of Coos, State of j Jackson County, Oregon, subject to
Oregon; and also, (curtesy right of Zenas Howard, sur-
An undivided one-half Interest iuiviving husband of Famy Howard.
and to the East one-half of Lot1
Three, in Block Three, of D. G. Mc
Furlands' Fourth Addition., to Cot
tage Grove, Lane County, Oregon.
NOW, THEREFORE, in pursuance
of the order of said Court duly
made and entered upon the filing of
said Petition, you and each of you
are hereby notified that you are re
quired to appear before the said
Court on Saturday, the 20th day of
March, 1920, at ten o'clock in the!
.iiuiii, it,t in n-ii uinn n in nit-;
forenoon of said day, at the Court
room of said Court, in Jacksonville,
Jackson County, Oregon, to show
cause, If any exist, why nn order of
sale of the whole of said real prop
erly should not he made as prayed
for in said petition.
Service of this Citation by publica
tion is made on the non-resident
heirs and the unknown heirs of said
deceased by order of the said County
Court, which said order is dated
Jumiarv 24th, 1920.
WITNESS the Hon. O. A. fjar,1nr,
Judge of suid Court, with the seal n.
said Court affixed this 31st day of
County Clerk of Jackson
County, Oregon, and ex-
(L. S.) officio Clerk ot said ! Apartment house, large lot central- n0. 05 7-room good house, barn,
Court. ly located. Brings in $10 to $50 etc.; lot 140x100 on pnved street;
By MILDRED M. NEIL, Per month ntif sed. when you close In. Price $2500.
81-4-w Deputy. consider the price, $2500.
I : A largo list of good cheap proper-
i Pretty littlo cottage, 6 rooms, bath, tics nt my office. Moro lu this col
IX THE COr.VTY COUKT OV THE! toilet, woodhouse, large porcheB, umu tomorrow
STATU OF OKKGON, I'Olt THE; shade and fruit trees; close in; loti
t Ol M Y OF JACKSOX. I
In the Matter of the Estate of Sara .
t a, i.
Anderson Burrall .Deceased
Notice Is hereby given that the un-,
dcrsigned, Administratrix of the.
above entitled estate, has filed in ,
the above entitled Court her Wnal ac-!
count Ol lie tKIUIIIIISllUUUlI ui eaiu
..i i,i.0 r a. ,11
estate, and that the Judge ol said
Pnn... hna fivoit K;,i,-,iv ti, fith davl
of March, 1920, at 10 o'clock a. ,..!
in the Court room of said Court, at:
the Court House in Jacksonville,
Oregon, as the time und place for
hearing objections thereto and thoi
LAURA V. STEELE,
GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF- SALE OF
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for Jackson County. i
In the Matter of the Guardianship of
Howard McCall and Martin Mc-.
Call, Minors: !
Pursuant to license granted by or
der of the County Court of Jackson
Count, Oregon, made and entered
January 31st, 1920, in the matter
nt iha iriiariliansbln of Howard Mc
Call and Martin McCall, minors, the No. 20 G-room new modern bunga
nnderslgned, will nt bis office, from 1 low, close to M. E. church; garage,
and after March 0th, 1920, proceed good basement; fine surroundings;
to Bell, at private sale, to the highest ! a beauty. Price $3000.
UlUtlur IUI man 1" Ileum vii ru. ...
terms as suid court may approve, and
w! n th ennfirmat Ion or said
subject to the confirmation or said
court, the following described real
property situated in Jackson County.
Oregon, belonging to the estate ot
said minors, to-wit:
An undivided two-sixteenths
(2-16), 1-16 to each ward, interest
in and to a tract of land containing
ten acres more or less described as
follows: Beginning at a point 134
rods west and 17.26 rods north of.
the southeast comer'ot I).1(L. C. No.
42 in Township 39, south Ranee 2
east of Willamette Meridian, Ore
gon; thence east 83 rods to corner; 1
thence North 19.28 rods to corner;
thence West 83 rods to corner;
thence south 19.28 rods to place of,
beginning; together with the appur-l
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PARTIAL LIST OF REALTY BARGAINS OFFERED
Watch for additions und substructions.
liny now, before the inevitable spring rise.
Ilcwt Bargains gradually slip away.
Glad to give further particulars und show property.
Josh Hillings said: J'he time to set a lien is when sho Is ready to set.
8-room house, modern In all respects,
porches and outbuildings, large
lot, fruit and flowers; situate on
corner close to center of city,
paved on both streets. Price with
601110 furniture, $3000.
Five-room cottage, " bath, etc., 4
blocks Irom paved street, nearly I
half acre ground, fine garden land, !
cherries, ulmonds, apples, peaches,
grapes, scenic outlook, good neigh-j
borhood. Very easy torus. Price
5-room bungalow, cement basement;
a very convenient and pretty prop- i
erty; nicely located, lot 100x120; !
fruit, nuts and Lorries. Price
6UX100. Price $1000.
7-room house, modern and nicely lo-
fntPfl nn inriior' IaIIi otcaafa
pavod; good sized lot. Bhude trees
and fruit; close to centor town. I.
Forced sale, at sacrifice price, - ')UU -
Kf 4 r E ,, vU o
"0. 15 5 rooms and bath, 2 stoves,
, ,,, i,,i,j j .-.
1 c,mfr3' bedstead and organ; big
hncnmnnt h'lrti iitiH rh pl-nn hntiou !
'":' - thls Pr ce
Irult' L00K at tma'
No. 19 6-room house, bath and
store room, some furniture; lot
50x130; lots of fruit; good loca-
tion; northeast part of town. Price
for cash $1000. This Is a big
snap, as tha place will rent for $15
per month. I
No. 23 5-room bungalow, modern,
good condition, Eplendld close-in
location, high class surround
ings, garage, etc.; large lot 65x
142; apples, cherries, English wal-i
nuts, grapes and berries. With '
the bouse Is a good kitchen range,:
Kiicuen linoleum, nan carpets, gar-j
den and lawn tools and hose. Non-
resident offers at away below;
value for quick turn. Terms easy.
Price $2400. .
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No;,IV'?H "01 ! AN 1 "V I'111
11 1 ,V magnificent 7-room
bungalow, nearly new, strictly
modern, beautiful grounds; over
half ncrc; all kinds of fruit and
shrubs; the house Is one of the
beit in the city, stone foundation1
and all appointments unusually!
fine; 3 blocks from Main street,!
4 blocks from Junior High!
school. Price $2600. E. T. STA
PLES. xo. (12 6-room house in good con-
dition, good basement, bath, etc.
largo lot, plenty fruit, chicken
houso and garage. Price $2500.
1 Intel Austin Building, next door
pEiTtuyjaiyinCTiim mtm Imuran;
0. F. Billings, Ashland, Oregon.
Dated and first published Febru
ary 4th, 1920.
, O. F. HILLINGS,
Guardian if Howard McCall and
81-fit-w Martin .McCall, Minors.
No. 03 i -room house, stono founda
tion, HOUSe UU lUOUKIH unans.
ment; lot paved on two sides, lOOx
131; close In and splendid place
for rooming house; lots of fruits
on the place; house all furnished,
This is one of the best built house
111 Jackson county und will be giv
en to you for $3250, on easy terms,
as the owner has moved away from
It and has urgent need for the
No. 64 Handsome strictly modern
built-in 6-room bungalow, sleep
ing porch; stationary laundry
tubs, etc.; basemont garage, nice
corner lot; some fruit and shade
trees. A lovely outlook aud
homo. Price $3300.
N 600 100 acres unimproved hay"
land in Klamath county. Will tako
No 60 iMollcrn g.room llolne nire -
!ly located In Grants Pass. $2000.
Will take Ashland property in part
"2-lG0-cre timber, cruises 5
million fir and pine, 11 miles from
Myrtle Creek; easy logging, good
road; price $5000. Will take
No. 603 5-ncre tract good land in
Roguo River orchard tract, near
Ashland; price $1000. Will trade
for property at or near Oakland,
No. 604 160-acre homestead ranch,
7 miles from' Ashland; house, part
ly fenced; somo cultivated land,
good springs, 2 million feet saw
timber. Will tako Ashland prop
erty. No. 605 10 acres land near Dorris,
for Ashland property to value of
No. (JOG 100-ucre ranch, 20 acres
cultivated, 60 acres pasture;
house, barn and granery, 80 acres
juniper tlmbor. Price $3400. Will
take all or part In Ashland prop
40-acre ranch on Griffin
creek, 20 acres cleared, 5 acres
, ( cultivation, 1 ucre orchard; 4-
room shingle bungalow and a 4-
room box bungalow and barn; 20
acres In timber, measures 900 tiers
wood. Price $1500. Will tako
! Ashland property.
No. 608 5 acres good fruit land
at Redlands, Calif., $1000. Will
take Ashland property.
No. 609 Good coal mine, accessible
and a producer, $3000; for Ash
to Ford Garage. Phone II.