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Wednesday, August 4, 1020
ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
Ashland Weekly Tidings
Published Every Wednesday by
THE ASHLAND PRINTING CO.
by purchase or squatting, private
interests encroached on It. Jn re
cent years nearly all ot the sea
frontage has been fenced In, cov
ered with amusement places, ho
tels and other buildings and bro
Bert R. Greer Editor Uea up Wtn private bulkheads and
docn's. The strip ot boach be
tween high and low tide, legally
belonging to the pubjfc, and Inal
ienable, was for the most part
barred fro mits owners. The
beach was simply stolen, except
in the small secticn retained by
OFFICIAL CITY AND COIN TV
One Year 2 " k ' ' ,lt "y 'or Publlc bathing, and
Six Months ' 1 the usurpers made everybody pay
Three Months ' 5 ; ... .
to use their beach or swim In their
Display Advertisements, eacuj Now New York ,g lannlng to
luck , ( 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 iM"!
' , ., ., , n spend several million dollars In
Local Readers, the line ..10c "
, . . . .,, i ...h ! regain ng that mile and a halt
Classitted Column, the word, each i 8 ..... v.
titUm ic of beach and restoring it to pub-
ti N-ut'ices. each time, theiHc use. It is a fine enterprise,
lii,e ".....3 l-3c;but one w hich hould never have
Curds of Thanks $1.00 j teen necessary.
Obituaries, the line 2c New York has only permitted,
Fraternul orders and societies on a huge scale; what nearly every
charging regular Initiation fees, community in America is permit-
however, have the legal right to
specify the sex desired in request
ing certification of eligibles. Age
limits! 18 to 45 years on the date
o' the examination Age limits
do not apply to persons entitled
to preference on account of mil
itary or naval service.
Further Information and appli
cation blank may be had by ip
plylug to Donald Mv Spencer, lo
cal secretary, board of civil ser
vice examiners, at Ashland, Or
egon, or to the Secretary, Eleventh
IT. S. Civil Service district, 303
Post Office Building, Seattle,
mission have decided upon grav- cording to members of the old
eling a six mile portion of the, llrst company was one of the most
AshlandVKlamath Falls highway
and bids are asked for the work.
The grading Is about one-third
completed oft this highway which
leaves the Pacitlo highway seven
miles south of Ashland. At pres
ent the road Is rough but Is pre
ferred to the Hornbrook route
to the Falls. The daily ' auto
stages make the trip in about five
Dead Indian oRad ,
popular officers In the service as
far as the men were concerned.
and dues, regular rates.
Religious and benevolent societies
will be charged at the regular
advertising rate for all adver
tising when an admission pi
collection is taken.
Entered at the Ashland, Oregon,
Postoffice as Eecond class mail
6, $ .'j 4 $ 4 8 $ " $ 8 $
PI'RLIC I'OIUM. 5
4 s J S "$ Q $
FOR THE REST THINGS
Ashland has a reputation for
civic pride and enterprise and the
spirit of "Do it for Ashland" has
been manifested in many ways.
Amid all the boosting and pluns
for material prosperity and nd-
uncement, some have dreamed frontage, or the old forest lund,
of building i"lo the city's reputa- or the picturesque valley, or the
tiun an ideal of moral and Intel- park space in the very heart ol
leclual and spiritual advancement tht city, is gone forever.
us well. Some have caught the In
uplrntlon of these wonderful hills
i.nil the beauty of land and sky
iiiui have felt that our people too
ting in some way or other. Beau
ty spots that ought to be reserved
for public recreation and enjoy
ment, or tor publlc investment aud
profit, are allowed to pass into
private bunds. The property may
be acquired by its private owners
legitimately enough, so that no
blame attaches to them, but it is
none the less unfortunate for the
city as a whole.
Immense public fortunes are
thus squandered. Municipal
loltnge. Sometimes the city suc
ceeds, as New York hopes to do,
In repurchasing its patrimony, ut
an almost ruinous price. Some
times the loss is permanent the
sea beach or lake idiore or river
SEATTLE Alfred M. Hubbard,
Seattle boy Inventor of a device,
which, for want of a better name
he terms an atmospheric power
generator, has made good his pre
diction that he would drive a mo
torboat with the apparatus as fi
source of power.
An lS-foot boat, driven by a 25-
horsepower electric motor, which
obtained Its current from the
Hubbard coll, is daily being driven
about Portage bay on Lake Un
ion. A number of experts have
ridden in the bout and examined
The bout travels at a speed of
tight to ten knots, silently, ex
cept for the whirring of a chain
belt, which connects the motor
TRACTOR RIPS IT
HARD BAKED SOIL
Several score farmers and .or-
chaidmen visited the Grover
dairy ranch on Mountain avenue
last Monday and Tuesday and
watched the tractor demonstration
stuged under the auspices of the
Harrison Brothers. A field which
The new, "Dead Indian" route the hot summer sun has baked
to Crater Lake will become pop
ular next season. It is predicted,
when the grading of a 'new route
lo a brick-like hardness was se
lected by the tractor men as their
"meat" and the manner in which
with a 6 per cent maximum grade i the big disc plows drawn by the
employes of the Great Northern
and Northern Pacific lines.
Estimates of the S. P. & 8. also
covers employes of the Oregon
Trunk and Oregon Electric, and
tho Southern Pacific report cov
ers employes of the Red electric
Officials Not Affected.
Accounting department heads
hours of eight and nine a. nil on
the. day allotted to the district.
All growing things will have to
observe the Sabbath as irrigation
is not allowed anywhere in the
city on Sundays.
Superintendent Hosier stutes
that regulations will be stringent
ly enforced and In view ot the sit
uation, which is the worst in
The representatives of the local
must be big in soul, like the inoun-; fish and game association will
tains, that our lives ought to have start for the mouth of the Rogue
the beauty of our homes, that God river the morning of August 5th
lias ' set us la a lurge place," and : for the purpose of making a tho-
we should measure up to our sur-roug Investigation of all matters
foundings. Our Chautauqua growing out of the Rogue river
building is the outworking of suc'ii controversey of that locality.
an ideal; our restful, beautiful At Gold Beach the representn-
wilh the propellor shaft. When
sold for a mess of u"u'" ""l 18 """ ' mo
tor runs free ut u speed estimated
ut 3600 revolutions a minute.
No Wiring Revealed.
To guard against the possibility
ot ordinary storage baterles con
cealed ubout the bout as a power
source, instead of the Hubbard
coil, both electric motor and coil
were lifted free from their blocks,
but no hidden wiring was reveal
ed. The coil used as a power
WILL INVESTIGATE source was 11 Inches wide and 14
FISIfr MATTERS I Inches long. According to Hub
bard, teBts of the coil show a cur
i int of 280 amperes and 125
park Is another outgrowth of this
feeling. These same dreamers
linVH a vision ot this same city,
park and building, used ever for
the high, good thing? of life, hence
cur summer school with its music,
literature, recreutlon and direc
tives of the other organizations
signatory to the contract, will be
present, and a permanent orgnnl
latlon will be perfected by elect
ing permanent officers am com
mittees. It Is planned that the committee
ed play; hence also our good Scout I will conduct a thorough invest!
t-oops, our Duily Vacation Biblci gallon, which will probably tuke
School, our Summer Conferencel 10 days or more. Testimony will
for girls, our Bible Institute. All; be taken unci a permanent record
these the dreams of those who; kept for future use and reference
want Ashland's best good. After the Investigation Is com-
Ashland people, what are theyiPlcted at the mouth of JJie river,
worth to you? How much of the j other hearings will be hud later at
work ot this building are yod do-(Medford and other points, so that
ing? Which do you think is. best
for our reputation over the state,
Chautauquas or Hound-up, Fourth
before the legislature convenes, a
full and complete and comprehen
five investigation will have been
of July celebrations or Bible In-, had, and a measure submitted to
hi ilutis, cheap shows or summer! the legislature, which will be sup
kihools which is it to he? How 'ported by the results of the iuves
m ucb do you care? Which heiie-'tigutlon.
fils our boys anil girls? ' Among those who will make the
Shall these good tilings be per-j trip are the following: Judge E.
liiunent or shall they go else
where. Ashland peoplo must say
and work and help push for the
in earner of dreams can not do it
nil. If you don't care enough to
i llend or help, or boost or pay,
l hey must go to some town that
I m anxious for these things to
succeed in Ashland. Are you?
The republican and domocratle
candidates for presidents ure citi
zens of (he same slate and have
tuken uu active part in its poli
ces. Kuril luiH rim for state of
fice. Harding lias been elected
D. Brlggs, Louis Dodge and Harry
Hosier of Ashland: Geo. Mans
field, D. M. Lowe, Senator C. M.
Thomas and C. M. Kldd and oth
ers. Any members of the associ
ation or citizens of tho county In
terested in this subject is invited
by the committee to go, and re
quested to communicate with Geo.
tolls, which, he pointed out, was
equivalent to approximately 45
horsepower, or sufficient to drive
The electric motor was approxi
mately 12 inches in diameter and
up the Dead Indian mountain is
completed. This work is about
half done and when finished will
eliminate several miles of steep
grades. This route Is extensively
used at present despite the climb,
by scores of valley residents who
have summer homes at Lake ot
the woods and by a tew tourists.
Grants Pass-Gold Hill: Detour
on north bank of Rogue. Detour
Gold Hill-Ashland: Paved. j
stuidy little tractors ripped up
the ground convinced even the
most skeptical that the Fordson
Is "there with the goods."
The tractor plowed by using a
draw pull of perhaps 2200 to 2300
pounds, ploughing to a depth of
almost a foot aud rambling along
at an amazing speed for such
heavy work. It would take at least
ten horses to plow the same piece
of ground in the same length ot
While one tractor plowed, an-
Ashland-California line: Paved jollier harrowed with a large disc
two miles south of Ashland; harrow und then rolled with an
Rough going over tour miles to attachment used for this purpose.
pavement; puved nearly to Siski
you with one or two short break;
Siskiyou to summit good; summit
to pavement two miles rough;
last two miles paved.
California Line-Yreku: Good
Ashland - Pelican Bay - Crater
Luke: Road good to within nine
miles of Lake of Woods; nine
A seeder, two Htyles of harrows
mid other modern Implements
were demonstrated, All ot these
Implements can bo put In place by
oho man and adjusted by him
from the seat on the tractor.
Mrs. Pierce und Mrs. Harrison
served lemonade to the visitors ut
the field, a greatly upproclated
The fuctory demonstrators who
have not worked out limitations i years, urges that every cure be
of the wage adjustment. Of fiel-j cxfi ciaed agnlnst wasting water,
tls of the roads are not provided I emitting It to run onto the
for In the lncreuse and employe.-: afreets, etc
acting in semi-official capacity
are still anxious to know whether
tho rise will affect their pay en
velopes. If wage scales are ndjusled to
make possible distribution of back
P's In August the additional check
will probably be for the month of
May. September and October
checks will then cury the addition
al sums due for June and July.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is horeby given that the
undersigned hus been appointed
administrator of the estate of Nan
nie E. Prltchard, deceased, by
the County Court of Jeckson
County, Oregon, and has qualified.
All persons having claims against
said estate are notified to pre
sent same at my office In Ashland,
Oregon, with proper vouchers and
duly verified, within six months
from the first publication hereof,
which is July 14, 1920.
. W. J. MOORE,
LOGGER SHOT, Sl'SPECTS
ARE CAPTTRED HERE
A negro and a white man are S(mCK OF APPOINTMENT OF
being held in tho Ashland jail! ADMINISTRATOR.
awaiting the arrival ot the sheriff
of Siskiyou county who believes
they are the men who early this
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned lias been luly ap
pointed administrator of the e9-
mornlng shot a logger through tute of Jennie Eccleston. also
the body near Weed. known as Mm. J. Eccleston, de-
A white man and nemn held in.' ceased, and that all persons huv-
Exact figures on the wage in-L ,!, ,, i.u u,..llnK cluh,la "gainst uld estate are
crease win ne available witliir, n; m R U0J car noa. Wee(, Tll8
A.I..I .1 ....... . .
jiuviKo on me nouinern r i,i , ... ., i
of the car and one ot the men ,
shot him, The bullet passed
Pacific increase must come from
San Fruncisco but totals of the
other lines will be compiled I" through his body. It Is believed
Portlttnd' 'he will live.
Chief Hatcher was notified by
That Ashland will liuve an Ep-
piiono lo wutch the freight trnlnp
aBu ,uia Hl w,Cutrom lhe S011th aml t()()k he BUg.
at least 510 delegates will be in j rects from a train wll(. arrived
attendance for a week next sum-!Bho.tly befora ,,
iner was the good news brought;
required to present the same, with
proper vouchers, und duly veri
fied, to the undersigned at his of
fice in The Citizens Bunk Build
ing, In Ashland, Oregon, before
the expirutlon of six months from
the date ot this notice, which date
Is July 14, I 20.
L. A. ROBERTS,
mile rough stretch; fair from Lake wtre with the equipment used
of Woods to within two miles Pel- j here, took it on to Klumuth Falls
lean Bay; two miles rough account yesterday where their next de.m
logging operations. Pelican Bay castration will be held.
to Crater Lake good ,easy two-
ABbland-Crater Luke (Rogue
River route) : Most cars going
by Bybee bridge. Good to Trail;
bud stretch nine miles neur Pros
pect, badly cut up; good on to
within six miles of Park entrance
PLAN TO DEVELOI'
GOLD HILL, . Ore. The . Wur
Eagle Mining company ot Hert
ford, a Seuttle concern recently
tuken over by local people, bus
let a contract to W. H. Stlckel of
back from Jefferson, Oregon, ly 'o'R lU'N'RKKD . '
Rev, C. A. EdwardB yesterday. - . , ... ,,,., , I
Rev. Edwards took up the mat- Four liumlml od(lfl!i0W9 '
ter of securing an Institue with iM)eccua ttom over Soutliei-n,
the league officials und Asblnnd ()1.6g0Il ttUei,d,.d tho picnic and'
has been granted uu Institute to; f.n,erta,,mellt given by the local I
liaw from the territory between j ,,, , uthia ,)a.k BnJ at , Q I
the Shasta Institute on the south 0. F. hall yesterday evening. a
und the Jefferson Institute on the 6 0.cock a!nner WHg enJove(1 ,,
ih ,...t n..t.- I...-.,. r .i ..... m ...
iun, lunci a uii:iiesilll I III- i.t, I ti lui ui UIW esiuiu UI 11. 1. HIC-
Nationally Known Speakers ,.lp,,e( ..., ..,, . mazram .,. Kercher, deceased; S. S. McKer-
In the Circuit Court of the Stale
of Oregon for Juckson County.
Cornelia L. Kingsbury, Plaintiff,
G. C. McAllister, as Administra
tor of the Estate of I). T. Mc
Kercher, Deceased; S. S. Mc
Kercuer und McKercher, his
wife; Mildred Pniton and G. F.
Parton, her husband; Harry B.
Warren und Warren , his
To G. C. McAllister, as admin-
A bishop of the Methodist owed the (,inm,r
l.piscopul church und a number
ot speakers und Instructors of na-
The scene of
McKercher, his wife,
Mildred Parton und G. F. Purton,
i"" lu,' moveu 10 uuoiei- ,er husband; Hurry B. Warren
six miles fulr but narrow road (Gold Hill to burn 200,000 brick
quite rutted; Parle roads excel
lent. Six hour run from Medford
Ashlund-Klumah Falls: Good
:S inches in length. It had been i to Keen creek. Jlough to Klanv
reconstructed In order to be used n,b Hue; good on to Falls.
with the Hubbard coll.
Following the demonstration,
the young inventor declared that
within a few days he expected to
drive an automobile with the coll
us a power unit.
Cupitulists are investigating the
twice. Cnx bas been elected three
tines. Tiny huve never run
Sl'SPECTS TO WJMCD
Sheriff Calkins of Siskiyou
county und a deputy urived this
morning and took buck with tjiem
three suspects in the Weed shoot
ing affair of yesterday who were
picked off freight trains here by
FINISH PAVING BARRON
SECTOR; START STEINMA.V
Excellent progress is being
made on the vurlous paving con
tracts oil the Pacific highway In
Southern Oregon and on grading
contracts on various market roads.
Hot Stuff Crew Moves
The "hot "stuff" crew of the
Oskar Huber company is moving
I heir base of operations on the
Siskiyou grade from the lower
level, where they have completed
their work to the vicinity of Stein
man station. They this week
"hooked up" the stretch from the
old Kingsburg place to Burrons
with the stretch from Barrons to
Stcininaii. About three-quarters
of a mile remain to be paved to
Look up the Steinmuir stretch with
the completed pavement which is
laid as fur as Siskiyou.
Close Lower Mixing Plant
' The mixing plant located where
the Dead Indian road turns off
will bo temporarily shut down and
the plant ut tho summit opened
up to supply the hot stuff for the
paving on the upper levels. The
highway from Siskiyou to with
in two miles of the California line
remains to be paved and will he
completed by early fall.
Tho plant at the summit will
then be shut down and the valley
plant reopened. The lower plant
Ashland-Murhle Caves: Good
by Grants Pass; fair by Applegate
route. (Trail last nine miles
the local police. A negro und two
whites were picked up here and
iituiiist each other, although the correspond to descriptions phoned
jear Harding was elected to the1 from Weed. Sheriff Culkins will , lu exhausted the piles of mnto
Bcnale Cox was defeated for gov-1 take them to Weed where theylil which quarry und sund-plt
eruor by Willis. cur. be identified by tho victim of crews huve been, uccumulatiug
In lUnl Harding was elected tho shooting,
lieutenant governor. In 1910 hu According to the Siskiyou sher
was the republican nominee foi lff two young fellows mid an old
row ruor hut was defeated along , man were riding in a freight cur
villi the rest o. the republican Willi the negro und the whites,
ticket. In 1 ! 1 4 he was the re-' The latter held up lhe others who
I ublican nominee for I'. S. senator v.ere loggers with some money.
i. no was elected by a large major- One of the loggers, Pat Shelley
ity, leading the ticket.
for the pust year. By the time
the work near the summit is fin
ished there will be enough ma
terial on hand to run the lower
plant again and the portion be
tween Owens ranch and the Kings
bury place will be paved.
Duo to the tact that the Talent
by name, jumped from the car In! Irrigation-ditch dam will back wa
an effort to escape. The robbers " over the Pacific highway near
shot him through tho buck, the, the Dodge place, a new grade will
ear between Taft and Roosevelt.
Ohio went democratic and (.'::
was elected. In 1914 Cox wo
In 1912 Cox was lhe democratic
nominee for governor of Ohio.
The republican party split that buliet coming out of his chest. ti" established for a stretch of
Nc vital orguns were struck and nbout three-quarters of a mile and
he is expected to live. i it may not be possible to pave this
The men captured here had some! Portion before spring. If the
le nominated and was defeated money, revolvers and flashlights' father holds good Into late fall
hi Willis, republican. In 1910,111 their possession and claim to ail but this stretch may be corn
Co ami Willis again opposed have been working In Southern l'leted.
-uch other, the state went demo- California. The negro gave his Overhead Crowtina;
ri-j,tic ami Cox was elected. In name as Charley Davis, one white ' Work on the overgrade cross
1918 Cox and Willis went uguinst man as William Kasper. '"K south ot Ashland Is being
-ach other for the third time. The
issues were local. Cox was "wet"
and Willis was "dry." Cox won
bv 12,000 in a vole of neariv a
i pushed. Tourists have been detour-
Ml'RPHY HEADS CATTIEMEN.
Representatives of the several
stock associations of the county
met at the Medford library Thurs
day to take up the business of
marketing cattle by the cuttlemen
of this county. The first meeting
wus held about two months age,
when the late George Owens of
Ashland was elected chairman and
Miles Cantrall of Ruch, permanent
secretary. Committees were ap
pointed which reported Thursday.
J. J. Murphy of Ashland, repre
senting the Dead Indian Stock as
sociation, was elected charlman to
succeed Mr. Owens.
Each representative reported a
number of beef cattle would be
offered for sale in his association
tbls fall and the approximate dates
they would come oft the range.
This Information was put In the
hands of a committee working out
arrangements for the holding of
an auction sale for fat stock this
Cuttle men, as a whole, are tak
ing a great interest In this pro
posed method of marketing cat
tle, and .the first sale, about Sep
tember 1, will be watched with
It was decided to hold a big
meeting of the cattle men of Med
ford on Saturday, August 14, when
a man from California, who has
been In direct touch with the auc
tion system of marketing cuttle
in California, will address the
meeting on this subject. This
marketing system Is being devel
oped through the effort of the
at the mine 12 miles north of
Gold Hill to be used in the con
struction ot a 30-ton Scott mer
cury frame on the works.
The property, consisting of 36
claims, known as the Utah group
of mercury mines, was pur
chased by Salt Lake city men in
1915 from the original locators
and later sold to the Seuttle men,
who developed the property. The
mine is equipped with two 12
plpe mercury furnaces with 10-ton
capacity ami has been a steady
producer since 1915.
The present equipment has been
used only on high-grade ore, run
ning better than 17 per cent, with
th6 completion of the Scott fur
nace ore running us low as two
pel cent can be reduced at a profit,
with mercury selling at present
prices of from $80 to $90 per
flask of 75 pounds.
lows hal . Where dune in anil vnr. and Warren. Iiiu wire tlm
tiomil repute will come. TheAsh-;ie(, entertulnment kept the crowd "'""-e named defendants.
land Institute will be one of a , merry m00(I unl, , wee In the name of the State of Or-
series ot Epworth Institutes ' . hourll 0ll(, mirtlc,il lv en I eROn You ,a,e lle,el)y required to
thinnifhnin th .,, ,i, partlculaily en- appear und answer the comp ulut
tl ioughout the country conduct-; tel.,al.ilng feature was a mind- of the above plaintiff in the above
ed on lines somewhat similar to lea(linff exuiuition by Mrs Perl entitled court, now on file with
Chautauqua systems with the in- cllU8. Hoover and John M1lar(i t'ic clerk of said court, within ten
structors and speakers going from o( the Meilfor(, i0(ee from -the date of service of
nno m ih novt nieiiioid lodge. this summons upon you, If served
one 10 ine nexi. i The Oddfellows here are plan- In Jackson county, Oregon; but
Park Makes It Possible :..:.. a0.i.ep ilie .!.. .... ..,., f served In liny other county In
The Ashland park made the se- lhc flfth Ti,llriiaay , September- fhe ?tat? of ,0reK". 't'''n
ring of the institute i -- i"- ' twenty duys from the date of the
jsurvicu oi mis summons upon you;
or if personally served on you out
I of the Slate of Oregon, then with
l in is weeks after the date of such
j service, und if served by publlca
! Hon thereof then within six weeks
! fi'intl tho iliila nt Ilia firul mil. II-
Lithlu park, and It was his con-Tires your patience more than to 'cation; and you are hereby noli
vlnclng statements of the superior1 ""J"'11?.. ho,rses Bnd C0WB coveretl fled that if you full to appear and
advantages which Ashland has for Til I J h'aJii' .d th?innswpr "il complaint as hereby
.... trick. A new barrel Just In and , reauired the nlaintiff will nnnlv
conventions of all kinds that led cheap considering prices for Iml-. X 7tu, t for tl I reef Vayed
tin; league officials to make Ash- tatlons. Your cows will give from , for in his complaint, to-wlt: The
land an institue center. 1 25 per cent to 35 per cent more plaintiff will take Judgment
Luruii Affulr i ' BaDU" " "l'ruyeu against the defendants, G. C. Mc-
as Jt has, und will many other
good things for Asblund. It was
sultl of Rev. Edwards nt Jefferson
that he never talked of anything
thut he did not mention ABhland's
CORNER I1Y THE PARK
with Shoo Fly.
FOR GRAND Jl'RV
' H. C. Stulnbrook, who was in
the transfer business here u fewjpem being Misses CHrollne Tilton
Rev. Edwards says the Jeffer-J New and used sewing machines ! estat
son convention is the largest and, always tor sale or rent, at Pell'
best affair that has ever been j corner by the park.
staged In that city. He remurkedl ' PEIL'S CORNER
the fact thut Jefferson lacked any
kind of park and that a park such
us Ashland's would have added
tieutly to the uffnlr.
Clusses, lectures, recreation und
eiiterrmnmptit r 1 fwh iiuv ut jar. trftiitEtfrii
ferson with InstruoHve nnd enter-Sf2S3
mining leaturcs. Two hundred,
delegates are in uttendunce among
i Alllster, us udmllilstrator. of the
e of I). T. McKercher, de-
months ago was bound over to the
grand Jury by Justice Taylor at
Medford this morning on a charge
ot obtaining money under false
He Is accused ot selling un itiilo
to the George L. Treichler com
pany of Medford for $950, where
as the Grants Pass Banking com
pany held the sales contract in
his purchase of the car on which
the sum of $800 was still owing.
H M. Manning ot Klumuth FulW
is Stainbrook's attorney. .
Stulnbrook has been In Klnmnth
Fulls since leaving Ashland.
and Margaret Campbell of Ash
Gave, Opening Address
P.ev. Edwards gave the opening
address at the Institute Wednes
day. Bishop Shepherd spoke
Wednesday. Dr. Voungston yes
terday und Dr. Guthrie of Chicago
is the main speaker for to-udy.
Dr. S. A. Diinford left lust night
for Jefferson to take part in the
BACK PAY MAY START
i COMING IN AIGIST
PORTLAND Oregon railroad
employes will receive an annual
wage Increase amounting to over
$5,000,000 as a result of the de
cision rendered by Jhe railroad
The newly completed extension
lo Lithlu Park auto camp has
been thrown open to the automo
bile tourists. This luldltion which
doubles the capacity ot the autd
camp will greatly relieve the
crowded condition at the lower
camp. Between forty and sixty
cars have camped nightly at the
Ashland camp and many have
Powell St., G Terrell
In the heart of the
and theatre district.
Running distilled ice
water in every room.
will attract you. -European
"Nearest to :
tntlP nil lieritlluO ni iha tivtrtia.1
Furm Bureau, and from the lii-i wuge adjustment l oiird at Chl- m,
New Cunip Ideal
The newly opened portion is
terest shown hv the cattlemen lt,Cfgo last week. Estimates were'
seems certain that the cattle in! made by Portland officials of the
Juckson county this year will be
marketed pretty much as a unit
under the direction of a commit
tee ,of the leading cattlemen di
rectly to the packers, instead of to
speculators as it has been In the
TO GENERAL STAKE
Colonel Creed C. Hammond,
commanding officer of the 5th Or-; scales from lists just received.
cgon infantry, will leave Sunday
rail lines Monday.
Back puy will be due employees
from Muy 1 a total of three
months and this sum will amount
to approximately $7,270,000.
Distribution of back pay will
begin with the first pay day In
August, local officials believe.
Employes ot the virlous account
ing departments of the lines are
busy preparing the new wage
Estimates only are possible, as
for Washington for six month') the effect on various classes of
duty with the general staff as a j employes has not been fully work
member of a committee of 15 na-ed out. Copies of the official
tlonal guard and reserve corps of-; wage readjustment were received
liccrs which, with the general, Monday morning by the Portland
staff, will lay opt plans and poll-officials of lines radiating from the
ideally located in heavy timberj
ubout one hundred yards above
the old cump grounds. Two gas
shelters have been installed, the
grounds cleared of brush and lev
eled. Numerous secluded nooks
will furnish privacy for tourists
who care not' for the gaze of the
"common crowd." A sewer was
built from the lower camp en
trance up Granite street to the new
park. Access is pained to the
new camp from upper Granite
street by means of i graveled ford
across Ashland creek which lends
a( picturesque and 'outdoorsy"
a $1.00 UP. t , tg :
ceased, S. S. McKercher and Mil
dred Parton in the sum of $542.22
with interest from June 17, 1915,
and the sum of $32.16 with Inter
est from the Sth day of November,
1917, nnd the sum of $55.71 with
Interest from the 2Mb. day of
June, 1920, all at the rate or
olght per cent per annum, togeth
er Willi seventy-five dollars ul-
torneys' fees und her costs and
i disbursements of this suit.
That the usual decree be madn
for the sale of the premises de
scribed in the compluint, accord
ing to luw und the practise of this
court, und the proceeds be applied
in payment of the amount due the
j. That tho defendant, Harry B.
j Warren he adjudged to have no
(interest In or Hen upon suid prop
Jevly; Hint said defendants, G. C.
McAllister, as administrator of Hie
ci;iuie or I), r. McKercher uud
Mildred Purton and S. S. McKer
cher, und all persons claiming un
der them subsequent to the execu
tion of said- mortgage upon said
j premises bo barred und foreclosed
lot all right, tillo nnd interest in
I said mortgaged premises.
Pnder and by virtue of nn or
der mnde by the Hon. F. M. Calk
ins, a Judge of said court, dated
Mho 30th day ot June, 1920, this
summons Is served upon the de
fendants by publication thereof
for six successive weeks In tho
Weekly Tidings, a weekly newspu-
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j imiiiicu turn imuiiHiieti ui ASll-
iami, Oregon, and the defendants
by said order are required to np
pear and answer within six weeks
from the date of the first publi
riHta nf tvat niilitlm.t inn T,,l ?
1920. NELLIE DICKEY,
Attorney for Plulntiff, Residing nt
Ashlund, Oregon. 104-7-Wed.
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon, for the County ot
Walter C. Weaver, Plaintiff, vs.
Eathel B. Weaver, Defendant.
To Eathel B. Weaver, Defendant
In the name of the State of Or
egon: you are hereby notified that
Walter C. Weaver, us plaintiff,
has commenced a suit In-the Cir
cuit Court ot the State ot Oregon,
In nnd for Jackson county, tor
the dissolution of the marriage
contract existing between the
'above named plaintiff and defend-
A woman's fondest lioK is to stay
oung. She often resorts to painls
lOnders and cosmetics to liilc hci
ears. Sonic women pay large nuins tc
o called "Beauty Doctors" in the be
ief thut money will buy youth. Other.'
ear girlish dresses, thinking tlicy car
ool the world about their ngc. But
o one is deceived. The moroyou try
o hide your age, the more it shuns.
There is but one thing that holds old!"', and that in pursuance of an
oruer raaae nun emreu in snni
tics of these units nnd co-ordinate city but calculations were based i "ECIDE ON WATER
POST OFFICE EXAMINATIONS ed by the Boulevard route which I 'heir work with that of the regu-i upon news dispatches. . KM.ILATIONS
fiY AI'r:ruT L'i ii-iTi.'f 1 1. i .i I1h. ntllllnrv AUtnHll.hm.in njA. Annrnximiita nnnnnl lni.rpa.ou me city council met in an in-
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The I'uited States Civil Service1 North of Asliliuid 'he new army reorganisation act.ere estimated by lhe railroads:10"1"" mssiou yesterday to dis-'""""'- " '''
Cominisriiou announces a post of-! North of Ashland the nave-Colonel Hammond has been or- as follows: O.-W. R. & N. $2,-:cuss lne waler situation, which is " '"
ge hark, and that is health. Sicklies
nd weakness bring old ag early ir
ife. Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescnp
Ion is a building-up medicine foi
Anybody can get "dope" out of lice clerkurrier exainin.tion, to ment Is completed to Cold Hill anil !ered to report on detached duty; 600.000; Southern Pacific lines; Brewing serous, owing to low roubles. It keep, them looking young
these votes to suit himself.
i:edeemig covev island
cause by F. M. Calkins, Judge ot
said court, on the 3rd day of July,
1920, you aro required to appeur
in said cause on or before six
weeks after the first publication
of this siinmmnns, which publica
tion will be on the 7th day of July,
1920, and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff filed therein, nnd
for want of answer thereto, on or
before said time, plaintiff will ap
ply, to the court for the relief dp-
munded and prayed for In said
be held on August 14. 1920, for will he done in a week or ten days at ence, prepared to stay in Wash- north of Ashland, $1,440,000, and, waler " Asniana creek. The mat-y aeeping m wen. uki
the purpose of establishing an el-from Grants Pass south to Rogueington at least six months for the! 8. P. R.. $1,140,000. j ter was thoroughly discussed and,oni for the frail, the delicate sat
lHill reglMer from which selnr-i HUer Tho Roue Rixer-Gold Hill preliminary work, possibly lone- Half Million Monthly. ! today Wa,er Superintendent Hos-ihose who are nervous, dizzy and whe
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All of New York's famous Coney tiotii may be made to fill vacan-1 stretch will probably be completed er. His name was selected by war The monthly increase to the lines I lel' 14 getting out notices to water, ,aro backache and dragging pains j complaint, to-wit: for a decree of
1. 1 mil was once common prope--; (ies as they may occur in the po- 1 ejore the Siskiyou tection is com- j department officials from several ' will amount to about $200,000 on J U8er setting forth the Agula-1 -vorito Prescription is altogctliei j divorce from you and for such oth
fr. Even after most of it passe., eition of clerk or currier, post of-!pUted and with good luck the submitted as eligible for the duty' the O.-W. R. N $120,000 on Hons which must be observed lni4getal,le and without a particle oler an(1 further reltef as to Ilia
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tiinf the fine ea front remained nry, $1,400 per annum. ! complete from Grants Pass to iheott.
I.i.ulic. There use'', to be a board All citizens of the United Stati California line by late fall,
walk ruiiH': almii.t lhe whole who meet the requirements, both Klamath Falls Road
ii-nrth of il. fn.io Gate to men and women, may enter this The county court of this coun-
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Hammond was com-'all Oregon lines. This estimate!
Tn tnhli.t nr liimiil form nt .il . Dated this
Colonel Hammond was com- all Oregon lines. This estimate I me city has been divided irucaists or set for trial naclaef , 1920-
manaer ol ine Oregon Coast Ar- win cover employes or inese lines i"" """- " in.mru. uuurn
tlllery regiment during the early! In the state of Washington, butifor irrigation set apart. Lawns
Oieao Parkway. Little by little, examination; appointing officer tr and the State Highway Com- months of the world war and ac- will not cover terminal and other niav only be irrigated betwen the
if the tablets tj
3rd day of July.
W. J. MOORE,
lotel la Buffalo, X. V.
Attorney for Plaintiff. 4'o-l office
I address: Ashlai.-tT,' Oregon.