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A&HtA.VO WEEKLY TIDING S
Ashland Weekly Tidings
Published Every Wednesday by
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OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY
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THE COMMUNITY CHEST."
Editor Tidings Our Chamber of
Commerce recently asked the resi
dents of Ashland to vote as to whether
or no the Community Chest plan be
adopted to meet demands on us in
support of various charities. The
vote returned endorsed the plan, but
by such a small majority that the
Chamber's board of directors are in
doubt as to what course should be
Our citizens will recall that twcfl
years ago we organised what we
railed "The Ashland Patriotic Fund"
and there was actually paid into this
I una over $18,000, and the entire
expense incurred in soliciting, col
lecting and disbursing this fund
amounted to loss than 150.
Operating under the above plan,
hundreds of dollars were saved that,
undar the "roperate drive," we
would huve had to meet In connec
tion with expenses of speakers, ad
vertising, etJ. Ouf- citiieiiB were
spared the annoyance of repeated
demands on them for subscriptions
and, too, our public spirited workers
were spared the work of making re
peated solocitlng trips. Reviewing the
distribution ot this large amount of
money; there was at times some dif
ference of opinion among the mem
bers ot the board of directors, but
these differences were honest oner
and there was a conscientious desire
on the part of every member of the
board to do what was right and to
use the money as its donors would
:ipprove. Undoubtedly somo mistakes
uf Judgment occurred but I think the
subscribers lo the fund very gen
(rally approved Its distribution.
Operating under that "Community
Chest" plan the southern portion ot
Jackson county the Ashland-Talent-fhoenix
district met all demands
promptly, and we. are proud ot the
record we made.
Now, what of the future? Tho wai
is over and there Is no longer de
mand or need to support many of
the activities we were called upon to
help during the war period, but from
time to time we will be called upon
to contribute to the support of
worthy charities. There is no ques
tion iu my in in J but that (lie people
of Ashland and vicinity will respond
to these calls in tho future as they
have in the past but what method
shall be adopted for the raising of
It is to be regretted that a larger
percentage of the people did not ex
press themselves through the refer
endum vote for a really. decisive vote,
either for or against the adoption of
the ' Community Chest" plan, which
would have been interpreted by the
The Needless Misery.
That Women Bear
and the worries
.1 a .
life have drag
ged you down..!
- happv. and II
there is nothing
in life but
ache and worry,
turn to the
tion, one gotten
up by Doctor
fifty years ago.
Dr. Pierce, of
Buffalo, N. Y.,
inner i n a
found out what
best for wom
He learned it
all thru treat
of cases. The
result of his
studies was a medicine called Dr.
Pieree's Favorite Prescription.
This medicine is made of vege
table growths that nature surely
intented for backache, headache,
weakening pains, and for many
disorders common to women in
all ages of life. Sold by druggists
in tablet and liquid form. Send
Dr. Pierce 10c for trial package.
I ii II UK 1 1 mr I W 1
Paving to Resume
In Jackson County
Thfl Oskar-Huber comuunv
has the contract for paving the ra-
I rifle hlehwav between Ashland and
jtn0 California line, are getting every -
thins In readiness to complete the
strips that were left over last fall,
when rain nut ft stnn tn navine .worn.
The company has a crew on thcithat Shell & Calvert have resumed j
mountain alreadv. overhauling the paving near Foots creek, between!
crushed and getting It ready to com-
mence work. Two more crews are
touching up the grading at the spots
left over, and if weather nermlts
paving will be In full swing along' contractors expect to finish in Au
about the 16th of this month. There 'gust. The paving of these links will
sre two and one-half miles to com-' complete the Pacific highway paving
plete between this city and the state from Grant's Pass to the California
line, and these re scattered between line.
Chamber's directors as Instructions
to be followed. Speaking inillvidii-jare
ally, I have felt that Ashland should
again raise and disburse its funds
under the "Community Chest" plan
and I fell reasonably sure that a
large percentage of those who have
given the matter serious considera
tion favor it, but I can only express
this as my opinion and I do ndt
know how we can go about It to ar
rive at a definite knowledge of how
majority of our people feel about it.
Of course we do not need to raise
any such amount of money as we
did two years ago, but all will agree
that annio nrnvlninii tmiul ho maiia tn
meet the demands that will be made1 Street Commissioner C. W. Fraley j un,Verslty by her response to the or
upon us In worthy causes. ' jand wl,e of ,nls cltv' 8avo ,our boyschestral. concert.
A national campaign is now on
for the raising of a fund for the
"Near East Relief" and for the stitfr -
Ing Chinese and surely. this is an ap -
peal that we cannot.lgnore. Mr. Ed-L
gar b. riper, editor or the oregqnian,
and M. A. L. Mills, president of First
National Rank of Portland, have been
named by President Harding lo lead
In the raising of Oregon's quota of
this fund. Writing to us under re
cent date, Mr. Piper says:
'I trust that in considering the
matter of contributing to this fund
there may come to the people of Ash
land and vicinity the same sensation
that came to me when I wus asked by
Mm.' in ma kin. 7." a neu. ' o Sh.
state. It Is, to say the least, an
usual feeling to realize that the lives
of thousands of men and women
knun hiun .la.nJ I ........ 1. .. .. . I .
into ucch piuieu ill ;uur iiuiiuh. 11
is a responsibility we did not seek,
but it is one we could not refuse.
"I am sure that the people ot the
Ashland District 'will realize that
favorable action In contributing to
thiB fund moans that many children
will live while a failure to act would
mean the death of many of those who
can look only to us for life. Just
as the people ot the state, by their
laws, can place in the hands ot the
governor the lives of men condemn
ed to die, so the president has placed
in our hands, and we In turn, yours,
the lives of these condemned, through
no fault of t hell own, to the most
lildeous of deaths."
We must meet this appeal for
funds, Bhall we do It by a drive in
behalf of this cause alone, or shall
we attempt .a reorganization of the
"Community Chest" plan? We must
take; some action, and we should
take It nt once.
E. V. CARTER.
Leagne Will Be
The local branch of the Y. M. C. A.
met yesterday to get the Ashland Y.
M. C. A. athletic league organized
and started to work. A constitution
and by-laws were adopted, and plans
were laid for getting the churches ar
ranged for their baseball teams.
The league Is divided into soulor
and junior departments, the senior
Including all over 16 years of age and
the Juniors including all under IS
Veers. The schedule committee will
arrange a series of games to be
played between the different churches
ot the town during the coming sea
son. A great Interest was shown by the
different members of the board,
which resulted in a challenge being
given before the meeting was ad-
For Oil Strike
Reports from the Trlgonia oil well
at Ferns valley are very optimistic,
according to those who are kepinf
in touch with developments In thai
region. A fine showing is being
made in the drilling, according to
Judge K. E. Kelly, who -has charge
of the operations, mid the latter
status that indications point to the
producing oil zone being reached at
no great distance farther.
It is stated the drill had recently
passed through a heavy showing of
bsphaltum, often called tar, which is
the second showing of this character
since late In January, and Is now
making fair progress through a hard,
Impervious sand rock formation. Ac
cording to oil experts, these asphal
tum and hard rock formations cover
the oil zones in nearly all the hrrge
producing wells that bare bees
Judge Kelly states that the bard
und rock formation, through which
j the drill is passing, is one of the best
j Indications that oil Is below. Drill-
: these two points.
C. A, Dunn, superintendent of the.
I ... . . t
paving consirucuon in m.s ",
has been in Portland tor the past
: week or so, arranging for the work
to .seart up here as soon as the
; weather permits
IteDoris ironi aown toe vuurv amie
Gold Hill and Rogue River. This Is
j on the five-mile strip between Med -
ford and Grant's Pass that was not
completed last fall, and which the
i ers and oil experts who visit the well
also of the opinion that oil is to
I be found in the ground where drill-
lng is taking place, and that It will
be found In good paying quantities.
HIES OF LIFE
to the service of their country dur-
ing the recent unpleasantness with
1 Cermany one of wnog wa not con.
tent wltn n,s part( 80 he renllsted
Y M c A work , Roumanlai
where he has been serving for the
past year or so. Saturday the Tid
ing received the following Interest
lug letter from this young man, C. F.
Fraley, written from that far-off
country after a bout with nostagalla,
a bad disease that invariably inflicts
good Americans when they are in a
"Constanta, Roumanla, March 7
To the Editor o ft he Ashland Tidings:
V ' two of your
un-:PaPe aml "I" ay tney have been
coming regular:y. I enjoy reading
'th9 news V6ry much and read every
Jtem whether I am acquainted with
the persons mentioned or not. The
only thing Is, It makes one a little
Jonesome to be back in Ashland again
While I am reading the Ashland pa
per It seems for a tew moments 1
am in Ashland, and It Isn't because
I have been drinking any of their
'vln' here, but because I can picture
in my mind Just how beautiful Ash
land Is; what my mother and father
are doing there; how the little home
looks down on Mountain avenue, etc.
"One hasn't any idea what it is
like to he so far away from such a
.home-like city as Ashland until they
come to a torn-up country like this.
My dream ends when I stop reading
your paper and walk out on the
streets here, for I see sights so dif
ferent even from the poorest of our
American cities that there is no com'
l am located at a seaport city,
namely, Roumanla's largest seaport,
Constanta fwlth a za) In English,
It Is a city of some 10,000 people,
consisting of Turks, Sorbs, Bulgar
ians, Armenians, Jews, Oneks, Rus
sians uud six other nationalities, of
which the most are Germans. Prac
tically all the business houses are
'owned by others than Roumanians.
The reason for so many Turks here
is because at one period this section
bolonged to. Turkey, then another
time to Bulgaria.
"The war did a lot of damage to
this section, and many buildings and
homes are destroyed. My work here
Is with the American Y. M. C. A.,
and I am doing athletic work. The
'garrison consists of some 3000 sol
diers and marines. We are trying
to give the Roumanian soldier a lit
tle recreation, for even at the best
his life is a hard one, bis pay being
X cepts a day at the present rate
Pf exchange. Before the war It. was
6 cents a day.
I . C LI.
rur oreaarast the soldier gets
tea without sugar or milk, of coarse,
jiiiu oiacK or dark brown bread. For
,dlnner he has a meat or vegetable
soup and bread, and for supper he
gets what ht left, over from dinner,
providing there is anything left over.
In the summer time they go to the
beach of the Black sea quite often
to take a swim, but during the other
time of the year bis body does not
come In contact with auy waJor,
for fresh water is scarce, as the wells
were destroyed by the Germans. The
other evening I walked a ,-. .
pf u mile tn get a drink before
Jng to bed.
"Only a small percentage of the
people here are educated. fWore
the war 75 r cent -iul. not read
nor write, but now it is GS per cent,
because the country includes Trsnsl-
vHa, and there the people are more
This country i( very rich in sll
and oil wells are being established as of 11 handsome home wedding last
rapidly as they can get machinery. I evening when their niece. Miss Max
We see boats from all countries In ',ne Pracht, became the bride of Harry
vthe port, but the American destroy- j
ers look the best to me.
I "I shall be In Ashland this sprius,
If nothing happens.
CARLES T. FRALEY."
Orchestra Pleased , Audience.
The University, ot Oregon orcbes-
Itra lihlrh QIKUUIMit In tll AmorV
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lasi nigm unaer hub mausgeuitmi.
ot our own John Anderson,, and dl
rection of Rex Underwood, more than
fulfilled Us- promise of providing i
delightful evening ot music and en
tertalnment. The program was sut
ficlently versatile to . afford antlcl
ration and not cause satiety, and the
UuMlence expressed its pleasure by a
recall of practically every number,
The orchestral work was on a par
with professionals, and shows excel
lent training and unity. Individual
talent, was expressed by comblna
tlons ot musical Instruments and so
los. The cello quartet was one of
the delightful features, and made
more interesting from the fact that
John Anderson, well known Ashland
boy, is a member ot this quartet.
Frank Jue, the Cbines lyric tenor,
responded to repeated calls from the
audience, whose good nature finally
allowed the sweet ulnger to retire
on account ot weariness, not because
i they bad had enough pf his singing.
Alberta Potter, , the violin soloist,
was, one of the most pleasing num
bers, while the trombone solo by Her
bert Hacker, and the, brass sextette
brought down the. house. The en
tertainment was altogether a most
pleasing one, and Ashland exhibited
the warm feeling she, has tor the
Mltwionary Meeting. -The
Missionary Society ot the
Christian church. held an Interesting
session In the church . on B street
yesterday afternoon. The meeting
was led by Mrs. W. L. Headley, with
Mrs. Katherlne Morrison, Mrs. F. M.
Wright and Miss, May Benedict ap
pearing on the program.
Off to the HUU.
A company ot students from the
Senior High school started out early
this morning with hiking outfit and
lunch boxes to make a trip to the
hills, the exact destination being kept
to their knowledge. The party con
sisted ot Miss, .Oeraldlne Ruch, biol
ogy teacher In. the schools, and
Misses Etha Abbott, Kee and Kate
Buchanan, Tbeat and Alice Slinger
land and June McFadden.
Mrs. P. K. Hammond' entertained
Ihe Girls' Frlftod,ly Society with a
dinner at the parish house Wednes
day evening. Plates were laid for
18, and Mrs. Hammond was assisted
by Misses Agnes Hedberg and Alice
Poor. After the dinner Miss Kath
ryn Miller gave 'an interesting talk
The Honolulu Star Bulletin
March 19 contains the following
Items of interest concerning two for
mer Ashland young, people:
"Two engagements ot .interest to
Honolulu folk were announced till
week. Miss Frances Hamlin, a
teacher at St. Andrew's Priory, made
knowu her betrothal to Kenneth Day,
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Day.
"At a tea given this afternoon for
Miss Humlln at the C. J. Day home,
Miss Olive Day announced her en
gagement to Mr. Jan Mowatt of Hon
Both Mr. Mowat and Miss Hamlin
are from Ashland and have been In
Honolulu for several years.
Observed First Birthday.
Bobby, little son of Dr. and Mrs.
R. L. Burdic, Jr., celebrated bis first
birthday anniversary last Monday,
March 28, 1921. at which time a
number of ladles and gentlemen
among his contemporaries were In
vited at his home on High street in
order to give the notable event the
honor due. These latter, on account
of their tender years were chaperon
ed by their mothers, who assisted In
the festivities which consisted ot an
Easter egg hunt In which Miss Milll
cent Peters found the most eggs.
Snapshots ot the babies at pluy on
the lawn were taken, after which tho
company assembled around the din
lng table, which , was handsomely
decorated for the ocoaslen. Place
cards consisting of baby chicks were
at each plate. Mrs. W. M. Briggs
and Mrs. V. V. Mills assisted Mrs,
Burdic in 'entertaining The guests,
snd during refreshments Mrs. Briggs
ssng a charming solo. Bobby re
ceived many beautiful gifts as tokens
of the day. The little friends pres-
ent at the party were Helen Dunn.
go-'01 Faof' J"nette Hastings, Louise
Mitchell. Jesn Weber, Mllllcent Pe
ters, Margaret Norton, Mildred
Peachey, Jack Stevens snd Donald
(liarmlng Home Wedding.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Pracht on Vists street was the teens
Silver. The ceremony took place at
1:30 o'clock before the Immedlsts
relatives of the bride snd groom, Rev.
P. K. Hammond of Trinity Episcopal
church read the beautiful ring ser-
Tne young couple plighted
their troth In the midst ot profusions
of peach blossoms" and. calla Hlllei.
Little Sylvia Storm accompanied the
bride find groom to the altar where
she presented the . wedding ring at
, eervlce. The
bridal couple enierey me room iu
the strains of "0, Promise Me," sung
by Louise Horner on the Vlctrola.
The bride wore a beatlful gown ot
white organdie and carried a bouquet
of flesh colored bride roses.
' After the ceremony a sumptuous
repast was served in the dining room,
which was most beautifully decor
ated In narcissus, Jonquils and spring
greenery. The bride, following the
time honored custom, cut the splen
did bride's cake which graced the
table, which wus then distributed
among the guests. At the throwing
ot the bride's bouquet, Miss Isabelle
Silver,' a sister ot the groom, caught
this good luck emblem, which Issure
to bring a repetition of the happy
event within a year.
Much interest is manifested In Ash
land over tho happy event of last
night, as the Wedding is the uniting
ot the lives of two of Ashlnnd's most
popular young people. The bride
is the daughter of William Pracht
of this city, and has spent her lite
in Ashland. She was graduated from
the Ashland high school in the class
of 1920, and during her school Ife
was an active factor in all the social
and musical affairs and festivities.
In these latter she was invariably
the associate ot her school mate,
Harry Silver, who last night became
her husband. Mr. Silver is one ot
Ashland's promising young business
men. He is associated with his fath
er, Harry Silver Sr., in the Pompa
dour Mineral Springs company, which
is fast coming to the front as one
ot Ashland's leading industries. The
young couple have already taken the
Swingle residence ut 105 I)ush,st
where they will make their future
home. The best wishes of their many
friends go with this happy bride and
groom in their Journey through life.
On March 24th, Rer. W. A. Bell
united In marriage Horace L. Brom
ley and Miss Hazel V. Bebb, the cer
emony being performed .in the Epis
copal church In this city.
Mr. Bromley Is a well known and
valued employe of the California
Oregon Power company at Medford,
und his bride Is a popular young lady.
j member of a well known Medford
family. The young couple will live
at Medford. Yreka News.
Friends of Mrs. S. B. "rallman gave
her a pleasant little surprise Sat
urday afternoon, helping her cele
brate her birthday. Mrs. Tallman
was Invited lor a drive through the
park, so her friends could gather at
her home for the surprise. Upon her
return she was not aware of the
presence of visitors until she discor
ered the lighted candles on the din
Ing table. This discovery was the
signal tor the guests to make their
presence known. A lively birthday
party followed. Miss Frances Pratt
was the honor guest, as she was cele
brating her birthday, too. Miss
Franrs and Mrs. Tallman won the
favors in the flower wedding. Taste;
tul refreshments of ice cream and
cake were served. Those present
were Mrs. Reid, Mi's. Holman, Mrs,
Million, Mrs. Marske, Mrs. Burrows,
Mrs. Pratt and daughter, Frances,
Mrs. Way, Miss Dayton, Mrs. Van
Fossen and Grandmother Payne, who
was the youngest person present.
Plcknlcked nt Sardine Creek,
Four automobiles, containing the
Walker, Dantord, Grubb and True
families, motored down to' Sardine
creek yesterday and plcknlcked In a
sunny nook along the banks of that
stream. They state the weather was
not uncomfortable In that section,
although snow flurries struck them
occasionally all day. A big camp tire
helped make the occasion more pleas
C. I. c.
The first meeting of the re-organis
ed Civic Improvement club held In
Pioneer hall, Tuesday afternoon, was
a veritable awakening of the civic
spirit after the period of Inactivity
when .the thought of all were on
The first part or the program wis
given over to a looking backward to
the first years of the club and
brought with it much Inspiration tor
the future. Mrs. L. E. Reeder, who
with Mrs. O. Winter and Mrs. C. H.
Vaupel founded the club, was greet
ed with a rising vote of appreciation
when she gave an Interesting account
Letters were read from former
presidents. Mrs. J. F. Melkle, of
Berkeley, Cslifornia, who was first
president, wrote of the energy snd
concerted action. directed against the
old mill In the park and the promise
of the club to -erect a memorial in
IU place. Mrs. O. J. Stone wrote ot
the attack against the old watering
trough which bsd been on the Pla.'a
for over SO years snd which was' lat
er replaced by the Carter memorial
fountain. Mrs. Mae Burdic pt Grants
Psss, while sbs did not serve as pres-
ident, was a most untiring worker
and wrote most Interestingly ot early
victories toward beautifying Ashland.
Mrs. C B. Lamkln snd Mrs. W. M
Barber gave short talks on the work
accomplished during their servtcs In
Miss Chamberlain, as newly elected
president, had looked through the
old club record books and an entry
by a recording secretary, she said,
struck her so forcibly as to the rea
son for a Civic club. It was this:
"The main object had ever, been to
keep In touch with the vital questions
ot the day and to devote Its energies
toward the betterment of conditions."
A march dedicated by Professor
H. Q. Gllmore to the members of the
reorganized. club was played by Pro
fessor Gllmore and received with a
round of applause and appreciation.
Mrs. E, O. Woods and Professor Gil
more played the duos, "Spanish
Dances," by Mosjouski.
. A committee to take up the matter
of the memorial for the old mill site
was appointed with Mrs. O. Winter,
chairman, and Mrs. Van Sant, Mrs.
S. Patterson, Mrs. McConnell. Mr
F. L. Putman, Mrs. MacCracken, Mrs.
Barber were appointed a committee
to confer with the city council re
garding the lot on which the Ander
son heirs will erect a memorial, that
necessary work on the lot be done
for them. Mrs. Charles Gillette was
the Inspirational force which brought
about the reorganization ot the club.
She telephoned and talked until ev
eryone got awakened..
.' The meeting dates were changed to
the first and third Tuesdays pt each
month. The next meeting will be
held the third Tuesday In April. The
club will at each meeting serve tea
and keep open house, as It were, for
every woman In Ashland. Strang
ers are especially Invited to come
and get acquainted. Any woman
who cannot give the afternoon, but
can drop In and chat tor a half hour
during the social time, or stop a few
minutes and listen to the business
discussion Is welcome. The club has
started out with a fluttering mem
bership and of course would like to
have every women In Ashland as a
The officers elected are: Presi
dent, Miss Grace Chamberlain; vice
president, Mrs. P. K. Hammond; re
cording' secretary, Mrs. Mary Wll-
shire; corresponding secretary, Mrs.'
John Dill; treasurer, Mrs. H. 0. Gil-
more. Members ot board of direc
tors: Mrs. W. M. Barber, Mrs. O.
O. Jurvls, Mrs. F. I,. Putman.
ANNUAL DINNER AN
The Presbyterian church was well
represented at the annual dinner and
congregational meeting which took
placo. In the parlors lust evening.
Dluner was served at t o'clock, at
which time several hundred people
were seated at the large tables, and
all enjoyed the sumptuous repast
spread before them. After the din
ner, a fine soical period was enjoyed
by the assemblage, followed by the
annual business meeting. The elec
tion of the church officials took placv
and resulted in the returning of 'the
former officers. Much business of
Interest to the congregation under
went a lengthy discussion.
, STATEMENT OF THB OWNER
SHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIR
CULATION, ETC., REQUIRED
BY THB ACT OF CONGRESS
OF AUGUST 24, 1913.
Of ASHLAND WEEKLY TID
INGS, published weekly, at Ash
land, Oregon, for April 1st, 1021.
State of Oregon, County of Jack
son ss: i
. Before me, a Notary Public in
and for the State and county
aforesaid, personally appeared
Georgia Coffee, who, having been
duly sworn, according to law, de
poses and say that she is the
business manager ot the Ashland
Tidings, and that the fol
lowing is, to the best ot her
knowledge and belief, a true
statement of the .ownership, man
agement, etc., of the. afore
said publication for the date
shown In the above caption, re
quired by the Act of August 24,
1912, - embodied in section 443,
Postal . Laws and Regulations,
printed; on the reverse of this
1. That the names and ad
dresses ot the publisher, editor,
managing editor, and business
Publisher The Ashland Print
ing Company, Ashland, Oregon.
Editor Bert R. Greer, Ashland
Managing Editor Bert R.
Greer, Ashland, Oregon.
Business Manager Georgte Cof
fee, Ashland, Oregon.
1. That the owners are: -
Bert R. Greer, Ashland, Ore
gon. Lillian H. Greer, Ashland, Ore
gon. Georgie Coffee, Ashland, Ore
S. That the known bondhold
ers, mortgagees, and other secur
ity holders owtJng' or holding 1
per cent or more of total amount
of bonds, mortgages, or other se
curities are: None. '
4. That the two paragraphs
next above, giving the names of
Ihe owners, stockholders, and se
curity holders, it any, contain not
only the- list of stockholders and
security holders as they appear
upon 'the books ot the compsny,
but also, in cases where the stock
bolder or security hoder appears
upon the books of the compsny
as trustee or In any other fidu
ciary relation, the name ot the
person or corporation for whom
such trustee is acting. Is given;
also that tbe said two paragraphs
contain statements embracing af
fiant's, full knowledge and belief
as to the eircumstsnees snd con
ditions under which stockholders
and security holders who do not
sppear upon the books of the eom-
pany as trustees, hold stock and
securities in a capacity other than
that ot a bona fide owner; and
this affiant has no reason to be
lieve that any ether person, as
sociation or corporation has any
interest, direct or indirect In the
said stock,, bonds, or other secur
ities than, as so stated by him.
Sworn to and subscribed be
fore me this 30th day ot March,
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NOTICE TO CKKDITOItM.
Notice is hereby given rhat the un
dersigned has been appointed execu
tor of the estate of Emma A. Adams,
deceased, by the County Court of
Jackson county, Oregon, and has
qualified. All persons having claim
against said estate are notified t
present same to me at the law of
fice of W. J. Moore In Ashland, Ore
gon, with proper vouchers :'nd duly
verified, within six months from the
first publication hereof, which is
March 30th, 1921.
W: O. PHESCOTT,
NOTICE OF HEARING ON' FINAL
In'tho County Court Iu uud for the
County or Juckson, State ot Ore
gon. In tbe matter of the Estute ot Frank
H. Carter, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
the Executors of the above estaM
have filed with the Clerk of the Court
their Final Account of the Adminis
tration of the said estate und the
Honorable G. A. Gardner, Judge of
the said Court, has designated 'Sat
urday, April 80, at 10:00 o'clock
A. M., at the Court House in Jackson
ville, said County, us the time ami
place for a hearing thereon:
Any person. objecting to said ac
count is hereby required to file such
objections In said Court on or before
the time set tor said hearing.
HENRY B. CARTER
GEORGE R. CARTER
E. V. CARTER
NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL
In tbe County Court in and for th
County of Jackson, State of Ore
gon. In the Matter of (he Estate of Calvin
P. Hughes, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
the undersigned administrator of tint
Estate of Calvin P. Hughes, Deceased
has filed with the Clerk ot the County
Court of Jackson County, Oregon his
Final Account in the mutter of said
administration and the Honorable (i.
A. Gardner, Judge of said Court, has
designated Saturday, April 30, 1921.
at '10 00 o'clock A. M., at the Court
House In Jacksonville, Jackson Coun
ty, Oregon, as the time and placo
for a hearing thereon.
Any person objecting to the samn
Is required to make and file the ob
jection on or before the time for
G. H. BILLINGS.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned, executor of the estate nt
Philip Bonham, deceased, has filed
In the Count Court of Jacksou
County, State of Oregon, his final
account as such Executor of said es
tate and that Saturday, the 23d day
of April, 1921, at the hour of ten
o'clock a. m., has been fixed by tho
Court as the time for hearing of ob
jections to said report, and the sett la
Published first time, Wednesday,
March 23, 1921.
J. P. SAYI.E,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that tho
undersigned has been appointed Ex
ecutrix of the Estate of Nancy I.
Cunningham, deceased. All peisoin
having claims against said estate am
required to present the same with
proper vouchers, duly verified, to
me, or by leaving the same with L.
A. Roberts, the attorney for said es
tate, at his office in The Citizens
Bank Building, Ashland, Oregon, lie
fore the expiration of six months
from the date of this notice, which
Is Msrch 9, 1921.
IDA M. BARNTHOURK,
NOTICE Oh' SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that tho
undersigned has filed the final ac
count ot his administration of tho
estate of NANNIE E. PRITCHARl),
deceased, In the County Court of
Jackson county, Oregon, and that thu
Judge of said Court has disiKitH,l
April lth, 1921, at the hour of
10:00 o'clock A. M. in the Court
House in Jacksonville, said county.
as tbe time and place for hearing
objections to and the settlement of
W. J. MOORE.
21-6 Wed. Administrator.