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Wednesday, June !S0i
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THB ASHLAND PRINTINQ .CO.
OFFICIAL CITY AJfD COUNTY
Three Months 8
Display Advertiteroems, ""SOo
Losal Readers, the Hue. ....... 10c
Classified Column, the word, each
Legal Notices, each time, the
Card of Thanks !
Obituarist, the line
Fraternal orders and rocietles charg
ing regular Initiation fees and dues.
KeUgWus d ' benevolent societies
will be charged at the regular ad
rertlslng rafe for all advertising
when an r co,lec,,on "
r...i !.,, ner 8 lit. line K
Each subsequent time, per 8
Sutered at the A.hland Oregon
Road Condition of
H E. Hodgman, division engineer
tor the Pacific highway, reports the
road between Roseburg and the Calif,
line to be in the following conditions:
Roseburg-Myrtle Creek, Paving
south of Roseburg; open at all hours;
detours are used when available;
ivril Creek-Canyonfllle, grading;
rair .lBtours via Riddle; Canyonville-
r.ulvtlle. good macadam; Galesville
Wolf Creek, paving should start dur
ing the week at both Wolf Creek and
r.alesville: where detours are noi
available, traffic will be allowed to
pass at least every two hours.
Wolf Creek-Grave Creek, paved;
Grave Creek-Grants Pass, being ma
cadamized; take old road at summit
of Smith Hill; good condition when
dry, chains may be needed durlu
raliis. From the foot of Smith I1M'
to Grants Pass, it is uo longer neces
sary to detour via Merlim The main
highway can be used except when
they are working, when a short de
tour Is used; Grunts Pass-Rock Point
Arch, paved: Rock Point ArCh-Gold
Hill, Grading; take detour ut Rock
Pnin Aih Oold Hlll-Medford, 1 1
miles, paved. Medford-Ashland, 13
miles, paved. Ashland-Callfornla
line. 22 miles, paving; ronil kept
open at all hours.
Crater Iaike Highway.
The road to Crater Lake will be
npened July 1st. The construction
work between Agate and Trail is
over a new line so that traffic on
Hi roads used last yen,r is not In
terfered with. A sprinkling truck
will be used south of Prospect so that
the road between Medford ajid Pros
pect will be as good or bettor than
last year. From Prospect to the lake
the new grado completed last ycir Is
to be iud. There uro several al
ternate route -leading out of Med
ford. Detour Blcns will be placed 01.
all these before July 1st nnd a state
ment of the condition of each will
be left at the Medford hotels,
HERE FOR LARGE
PITWE JULY 4TII
Ted Thye, for three years cham
pion middleweight wrestler of the
world, of Portland and Ralph Hand
of Gold Hill, will wrestle In the
rbautauqua building in Ashland on
July 4 for a purse of $1.760 divid
ed $1,260 to the winner and $000
10 the loser.
In securing this feature the Jack-
,,on county parade and celebration
managers made a hit that will prob
ably bring more people to the event
than anything else arranged for.
These two men are so equally
matched that this finish contest will
attract general notice' throughout
the country, for the winner will un
questionably otltel the middle'
weight championship of the world
with Waher Miller of Los Angeles
title fiom Thye a short time ago.
Miller, present champion, won the
These two men have met twice
before. Tbys cime to Gold Hill
three months ago and said he would
throw Hand twice in an hour, but
failed to throw him once. Later they
mere &Ka In matched. And after a
three hours' struggle neither
cured a fall. At this era'est on
July 4 Is to go t a ticitfa. two Ulnj
out of tbr It will KtiljIi fl-(
nltely who it tt fc. u.i
The ivluot iiD'y vrfcO !.
reUbmUt r.ro r.tf bn
as tint rut. Mid M'urng ut j
Ibis ftt 'wrHitlliif Milti will
make the oeoisiori ptwtmpe u I10-'
table as -eot ut ekftr took plw:e -n
A. C. M.VINCKR
Portal opMuut; of the tHlowstoit 1 1" '"id the sentiment of the dele
put bia I adtuirtl a dy. on bringing the national con
ioc Jane 1 iitd wf It. te fcocotu- veutton of The American Legion to
i ii.,h of riAtiiix SUn-1 Portland in '192S. which would
Bert from Detroit and a jcil !rty
of 100 club women from all lrt of
ik. foltsd Btatee who had eome toi
rb graerat federation council whlchl thslr permanent state organiaa-
last elos4 In Spoksne !. adoption of state eonstutloo,
Legion Convention al
Eugene July l and 2
Third Annual State Convention
. . .
At. the last regular meeting of Asu-.
land Post No. 14 American Legion
Commander Glean B. Simpson unil
Adjutant Don M. Spencer were elect
ed delegates to the convention which
will be held in Eugene July 1st and
2nd. DonuUl P. Dickeinon nnd Mil
ton A. Blegel were selected ns alter
nate delegates. '
-All these delegates are iiliinniug
to attend the convention and expect
to gain many ineresting plans as well
ns having Hurtling good time.
The Eugene boys are outdoing
themselves to see I hut every thing
Is set for a regular entertainment for
all delegates, Among tome of the
features are a fishing trip up the
McKenzle River and a Barbecue, base
ball, boxing, aero circus, etc.
Just' before mailing the enclosed
Information on convention, word was
received by this office that Lemuel
Bolles, National Adjutant of the Am
erican Legion will attend conten
tion at Eugene arriving there June
30th and leaving Eugene July 2nd.
EDWARD J. EIVERS,
This will be the call sounded by
the Lane county Post No. 3 of Eu
gene. Oregn, to the visiting delegates
to the Third Annual State Conven
tion of The American Legion, Depart
ment of Oregon and to the delegates
attending the Flrst state convention
of the Women's Auxiliary, which
meets at the Armory in Eugene on
Juy 1st anil 2nd.
101 posts of the American Legion
represented by 380 representatives
to the convention and 180 represen
tatives of the Women's 'Auxiliary
will be on hand at Eugeue. It Is
exacted that over 800 visitors will)
v.- i .i.I. 1
up 111 ducuiuim:D Hum umer UUUllllfK
than Lana county and many of the
legion posts will attend In lerge
Motoring will be the must popular
route to the convention, although
a reduced fare of one and one-half
fare will ho in effect In all points in
Oregon over the 8. P. & S. Ry., O.
T., I'nlon Pacific system nnd the
Southern Pacific "Tfalltfay. A ele
gatlon from Lester C Rees Pont of
Newberg will go to Eugene In mot
orboats City Attorney of Eugene will give
the welcoming addrs, followed by
John W. Inzer Nntlnnnl rhnnlnln nt
,k. 1 1 1 ..
the Amorican Legion who has comol
from Chattanooga, Tenn.. and Rev.
William S. Gilbert, Chaplain of the1
Orem Denartment American In.
gion and Ben W. Olcott
luijiuriaiu 10 iuh iiiuivmutt.1 llieill-1
bers, will bet he two national apeak-1
ern, John W. Inzer, Chaplain of the;
American Legion, being pronounced
by the eastern press, one of the ab
lest ajtnakers of today, who with
Teddjy RnotfewM, now Assistant
Secretary of the Navy, toured the
eastern states early in 1919 from
the Lakes to the Gulf Sates, organ
Icing state departments of th.d Le
gion. ChhpluJn Inzer ig speaking
before legion conventions all over
the western and southern part of
the country. Alvin M. Owsley, As
sistant Director of the Legion Am
ericanism Commission will deliver
the "keynote" speech of American-
Ism and outline to the leglonnalres,
the dutiee of the members of the
Americanism Commission and Its
future work. Mr. Owsley hag been
speaking before legion conventions
In the mid-west and this' will be bis
first visit to the coast as well as
Chaplain Inzer's Npeaklng before le
gion conventions. I
It is believed the convention Willi
give a new expression the Japanese I
question, which is ot vital Import'
to the Pacific Coast states. Many
posts of the legion have drafted res
olutions for presentation to the con
vention with refreenre to Aliens
On the Immigration problem as a
totinta afifl miAuMsin nf att&r tphnnlu
Americanization, improvement of
state and nation , the convention
will hear from Alvin M. Owsley,
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sent by the National Headquarters
... . , , , , .
of the American Legion from In-
dianapollg, Ind. Mr. Owsley Is as-1
ststant notional director ot the Am-
Other question to be acted upon
by tbe convention will embrace. In-
-niM4 activity towards the assit-
tfcbu of tbe disabled; legion mem-
4wrliifi; reMon ot state constitu
te; fiM-Uon of state officers and
a aUtte body; selection of 1922
UMMtliig place, thnte are a few of
Aom b.b, AiiH.iltn. , 1. ... will nmm
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1 u ,bm eon'oMlon.
, Tbe Portland delegation will seek
"rij over 'ftO.OOO leglonnaiies to
The Woman's Auxiliary will ir-
fpoUcy 'or ea9UiuK veBr' dues'
i.-.l -A ...uIII.mi unMa aiAA.
organisation oi b,ui.u..,
tlon of state officials and meeting
place for 1922. '
The legion inner society. La So
ciety Des Homines 40, et Chevaux
S, Is Btlrrlng up much enthusiasm
for the convention, It belli known
that they will' take over the city of
Eugent for June 30tb, and stage a
mammoth Initiation. This organ
isation is promoted to the friend
ship, fruteruullsm, good fellowship
and Injection of pep into the legion.
The mystic "40-men; 8-borses" sign
is well known and emblazoned in
the memory of every doughboy who
saw service in France.
Of special Interest also to the le
giounalres nd the many hundreds
of visitors will be the entertainment
planned by the Eugent post. There
will 1) street dancing, festivities,
'convention ball, a huge parade, tire
works and rally parade, and special
prizes listed, an excellen boxing
hard with, the best Southern Oregon
talent billed, motorcycle and har
ness races with over 1100 dollars In
prizeg to be given by the Judges to
the winners and an Aero Cidcut by
the 91st Aero squadron.
Among the entertainment features
planned for the week, is a, barba
eue up the McKenzle to Nlmrod, the
visitors and legionnaires being tak-
en up the highway for 28 miles
stopping enroute to vigit the State
(lama farm awl then taken to the
I Hutchery, where eating and speak
ing will be the order of the day.
On Friday, the patriotic and his
torical parade, one ot the big events
i of the convention week will be held,
I led by George A. White, Adjutant
tlenerul ot Oregon and delegate
from Oaipltol Post No. 9 ot Salem
The pageant is being arranged by 1
committee beaded by Ben S. Dor
i ris, Commander ot the Post, The
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bsj In four sections;
American Legion and all patriotic
organizations; natiotMl historical
features and Industrial and com
mercial. Prizes are to be given for
the best decorated float, the most
unique float and to the legion post
with the largest number In the par
ade per membership. Portland vol
ture, La Soclete Des 40 Homines et
t Chevaux will also be In line,
On Saturday afternoon on the race
track, the races will be held and it
is expected that large numbers of
Lane county people will be out for
the festivities. Motorcycle races
with and without sidecars will com-
ipete for three five and ten mile
rlu;es' "ua u""8 wm u,BO u"
W,u8 races races are under the
slon ot Eugent.
I rtairuay evening, mere win ih a
fireworks parade and rally and box-
While the convention will close
Saturday evening, Sunday has been
set aside for the big barbaque to be
held at Nlmrod on the McKenzle
and Guy D. Moler, Is' chairman of
the committee handling these ar
rangements. ' '
- A bitter fight is expected to be
waged on the convention floor, the
delegation from Baker, Oregon,
Post coming to the convention with
the avowed Intention of landing the
1922 session of the convention and
backed by the pomlnent organiza
tions ot that city. The Dalles Post
No. 19, which has recently come to
the front Is making a strong bid tor
the convention for next year, and It
is probable that other cities will al
to put forth strenuous efforts for
the 1922 meeting place.
The Oregon legion has now 101
posts of the legloj scattered thru
the state ot Oregon with a member
ship of abou ten thousand and tbe
Woman's Auxiliary have (6 units of
the Auxllury chartered with a 1200
The city ot Eugene will Uke on
a gay odor, legion emblems and ban.
ierj will be everywhere In evidence
land the Eugene cordially spirit U
expected to be n prominence during
the stay of the visitors.
Ben Dorrl, Commander of the
Post, is aided by the following Com
mlttee: Harold Glasou, Housing;
W. Q. White, Convention Hall com-
I mlttee Ed. Rohne, Entertainment
Committee; Jay Allen, publicity;
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Lawrence Jensen, automobile com
mittee and 8. S. George, Convention
The Legion is going to n-ive a parti
In this next Fourth of July celebra
tion. Our committees have been ap
pointed and are at work now. They
have taken concessions In tjie park
where they will be at your service
all day and tar Into the night. They
will have a flot that will command
attention tor quite a spell; and one
that you will not forget. In addi
tion o helping to create a real Fourth
of July spirit this year the boys are
out after the first prize. - Our Aux
iliary say thai they will beat us to
It. but ww II see.
T,, l-g" contracted with
the Midland Lyceum company of Des
Moines. Iowa, to supply the people
of Ashland with the very beet thowt
of the season tor your entertainment
during the winter months. There Is
five numbers In the course and you
will And that it It tbe. tott best,
having been' carefully eelected fro
a Jarga number offered ut.
'The Women's Auxiliary to the Am
erican Legion has become a pernxa
nent organization in our city. The
Ladles met In the O. A. R. room in
the Armory Friday night and per
fected their organization which Is
now operating on i permanent busts.
Mrs. Battle Littlechild was unani
mously elected to the chair ot Presi
dent. It was .a splendid choice be
cause Mrs. LUUechlld fairly radiates
enthusiasm and patriotic spirit. Mrs.
P. K. Hammond was elected Vice
President, and Is a fit and able work
ing partner, of their President. Mrs.
Doris Pace was rleced recording
secretary and Mi's, Nellie Dunn as
Corresponding secretary. ' Both of
these ladles are excellently qualified
to fulfill the responsible and labor
ious duties that full to their lot. Mrs.
Minnie Coleman was elected as treas
urer of the new organization and she
will be found most capable ot hand
ling the large amount that will sure
come their way at they grow.
The executive committee consists
ot Mrs. C. L. Loomia, chairman, end
Mrs. August Schuerman and Mrs. W.
A. Shell. Taking their officers as
elected, It does not seem possible
to make any Improvement any place.
It surely bids fair for the Women's
Auxiliary ot the American Legion.
and looks like tbe Legion itself will
nave to take notice or they will find
themselves completely outstripped
In tbe big works that are to come.
Immediately after the election of
their officers, the president called
all the officers to go Into executive
session. During this period the fol
lowing permanent committees were
elected. The Finance committee
consists of Mrs. Bessie Murphy and
Mrs. Many Broker, together with
Mrs. Minnie Coleman, Unit Treasur
er. The membership committee con
suls of Mrs. II. Wolcott, chairman,
Mm. Harry Silver, Mrs. B. M. Heath,
Mrs. Don Spencer and Miss Lucy
, Tbe work of preparing their con
stitution and by-laws was assigned
to the executive committee. Thls
committee was delegated tbe power
to draft il tbe ssisstunce they may
They have selected as their regu
lar meeting nights, the first and third
Fridays of each month,' with reser
vations. The reservations are not
of a serious nature however. They
only reserve tbe right to have one
meeting each month during the warm
months or t least only one business
meeting and then one social night.
Mrs. Besgle Murphy and Mrs. Doris
Pace were elected delegates to (the
First annual convention which will
be held at Eugene July 1st and 2nd.
Their selection was well made and
the new unit my be assured of an
Interesting and well prepared report
of the doings of thi. convention.
About thirty ladle have signed
up tor membership, but a drive on
the ellglbles ot this community will
be made during the summer, which
will undoubtedly nine their mem
bership well up Into the hundreds.
Tbere are a lot of ellglbles right
now and more becoming eligible. In
order for the lady relatives to be
eligible to membership they must
have a father, son or brother In good
standing In some Post of the Ameri
The next meeting will be called for
HIKERS ABIJS TO
LAKE BY JULY 1ST
All that I can promise at the
present time Is, that tourists end
others who desire to visit Crater
Lake can get at tar by car as the
government camp one mile below
tbe hotel by July ltt." sayt Alexan
der Sparrow, supervisor of Crater
Lake park. -
Of course the weather may be
warm before July 1st and melt the
snow so fast that cars 'nan 10 all
jthe way up, but now It looks as
though oue would have to walk up
to the hotel from the government
camp at that time."
Mr. Sparrow has had a force of
II men bard at work trying to clear
the road ot snow through the na
tional park to the hotel and from
now on they will redouble these ef
forts. They have used dynamite on
the big drifts, and plowed and shot
eled In the lesser depths.
'I never in my experience knew It
to be so cold ind stormy in the
Crater as it has been the past two
weeks." said Supt. Sparrow.' "Why
last week it ttormed and mowed
three days. But the new fallen
snow passes away quickly. It fact
it aids In starting the snow packed
beneath It to melt. But the weather
has been generally chilly so far, re
tardlng the melting of the snow."
Carl Tengwald, manager of.Crater
Lake rompany, who arrived with his
bride from San Francisco last nigh'
and got Into touch with conditions
at tbe lake, announced toly that
tbe Anna Spring camfl will open
next Thursday, and that ajl tourists
and others if they walk to the lodge, has won a reputation for Integrity
from as Ut as they can go by antoland honor as a business man. Their
can get accommodations there. O.J many friends in church and social
C. Henllen. electrician, It In charge circlet extend them every good wish
at the lodge at present and meals as they go henceforth down llfe't
will be served br klta to all eomert
and sleeping accos) mod t Ions
RUSH ON ITS"
On next Monday the great Jack
son Couny Parade end Celebration
will take place at Ashland. It
looks as though everybody who can
ride or walk will be there, either as
spectators or participants in the
events- The committees are getting
everything ready for the big crawd.
It will be wise for as many as
possible to bring their dinners with
them, as the restaurants and lunch
stands will be rushed to capacity.
It is suggested that stools and boxes
be brought to sit upon while the
parade Is forming aud passing by, as
is estimated that It will take en
hour and a halt for the parade to
pass a given point, once It is In mo
tion. The crowd is asked to' spread
Itself out along the line ot march,
so there will be no unnecessary
crowding on a few blocks.
The parade will undoubtedly be
the most popular feature as those
In charge have offered sa many lib
eral cash prizes that the competi
tion will be keen. Jesse Winburn
has announced another cash prize
for the musical features. In addi
tion to tls $50, offered for the
snappiest band, he will give $25, in
cash for most unique musical fea
ture. This means that any kind of
instruments can be used, from a
fife to a grand piano. Four or more
muslcinas will be required In, any
band that competes for this prize.
The stunts In the parade will
ulone be well worth seeing. Many
will compete and take part In this
feature that will make everybody
The Committee has put the ad
mission charge to the big wrestling
match between Thye and Hand at a
dollar to all parts of the house, ex
cept a few seats at the ringside.
This is about half of the price us
ually asked for standard wrestling
mathches such as this will be. The
Mayors of each City and Town In
the County and their families will
be given complimentary tickets for
The ball game at the High School
grounds In the afternoon will fol
low the wrestling match, and will
give the crowd a tine chance to root
for their favorites. The Elks' teams
from Medford and Ashland are so
evenly matched that the game pro
mises tl be closely contested up to
the last man out.
The stunts to be performed by
Pangborn and Clark in the flying
machine while the ball game Is In
progress will supply all the thrills
that are good for you. These two
aviators are so daring In their per
formances that their reputations ex
tend ail up and down the coast and
well over into states further east.
Ot course the fireworks display
at nlgbt will furnish tbe spectacu
lar feature of the occasion It will
be a display such as few people
have seen surpassed. The Hitt
fireworks Co., which will handle
this part ot the celebration, say they
have 'some mighty big surprises In
store, and thousa.nds will say "oh,
Isn't that magnificlent!" when things
begin to go off.
Patriotic speeches of ten minutes
each will be delivered by a number
of well-known Jackson county ora
tors in Lithia park whilo the. wrest
ling match Is on. This will enter
tain those who are not interested in
Altogether the Jackson county folks
are going to show the rest of the
state what they are capable of doing
when they really get going. Mrt.
Chas. Loomia and other ladies toured
the country Saturday lining up the
different communities and getting
things shaped up for tbe parade.
MAN AND SCHOOL
A very pretty home wedding oc
curred at the home ot Mr. and Mrj
J. M. Ross yesterday at noon, when
their youngest daughter, Nellie
Ross, became the bride ot Arthur
Wick, also ot this city. Only Im
mediate relatives were present, their
pastor. Rev. C. F. Koehler. officiat
Tbe bride wore a beautiful gown
ot white crepe de chene and the
groom, the conventional black.
They took - their places under an
arch ot white honeysuckle and roses,
where the ring service was read
which made them man and wife.
A bountiful and elegant dinner
followed. They received many gifts
as tokens '.ot .the good wishes of
their hosts ot friends.
Miss Ross has been a very pop
ular and successful teacher in tbe
Junior high school of Ashland for
the past seven years and she will be
missed from the faculty. Mr. Wick
Is associated with his father in the
Ashland Furniture Btore where he
Journey togeiner. ana sre gisa inai
they will remain here tt resident!
TRAINS TO PASS
1 THROUGH ASHLAND
Tourist parties routed over the
Southern Pacific, and scheduled to
pats through this, city, north, and.
south bound, tor the months ot July
And August are as follows:
July 6 Minneapolis' Elkt special
train with 126 persons.
1 July 7 Colpitts Beckman tour,
125 people. ' ". t .
July 9 Tacoma Elks' special
train, 160 people.
July, 9 Seattle', Elks' special
train, 175 people. ' -
July 13 National Council ol
Congregational church, with 40 peo
ple. July 17 Fort Worth Elks' spe
cial, with 140 people.
July 18 Birmingham, Alabama
Elks' special, 125 people.
July 19 Toledo Elks', SO peo
ple. July 26 Brooklyn Eagle Party
with 40 persons.
July (26 Massachusetts jforestr'
party with 100 persons.
July 31 Gillespie, Klngport k
Beard tour party will arrive.
July 31 Gillespie, Klngport A
Beard tour party will arrive, via tbe
Southern Pacific, with 25 persons.
July 19 New England Elks will
arrive with 40 persons.
July 20 New Jersey Klks, with
July 20 New Haven
pit., .n..i.i ..hi. ie lownsnip v o, nuiigB 1 r., win-
Elks special, with 46 persons. amett6 PMerlalulli hM im nol,c.
July 20. New Orleans Elks, with 0f Intention to make Final three-
160 persons. lyear proof, to establish claim to tbu
July 20 Elks of Brooklyn, N. Y.,1"nd aD0Ve "bribed, before F. Roy
July 20 Elliott tour party with
July 21 Baltimore Elks, with
65 persons. ,
July 21 Philadelphia Elks, 125
July 22. Allentown (Pa.) Elks,
July 24 Jeslin tour party, 35
The above dates are for Portlund.
which means moiu ot the arrivals
Will be the evening of the duy pre
vious, for Northbound) trains, and
ttisk aftAvnnnn a tY. J... I tl.'
,..-TO . 1U. u, ,r uuiuiM1negi wnoge po,t 0(fCe address Is
bound trains. MedfnrH Jupltinn County. Oreion
Medford B. P. O. Elks 1168 have
extended an invitation for all tour
ing brothers to stop over and enjoy
the hospitality of the local club and
August 6 Chiropodists' car par -
tv with 90 imrinn. siBiing 01 me luiiuwmg.
ty. with 90 persons. j ComnlenCing It a poIlt SolUn J(J
August 8 American Expre,jegrees 61 minutes West 10.12
company's park circle tour party, chains from the Northeast corner of
with 75 persons Ithe Northeast Quarter of the North-
August 8-Rochester tour party.!- oWln Tlbe
with 30 persons. ' Iwillanfette Meridian, being corner
August 12 Tourist party, with! number One of Red Poffrey Claim
20 persons. (Number Six; thence North 69 de
crees 33 minutet East 22.27 chains
Home From Unlreralty ' il cor?f1 Nu!"ber, ruro0f ftert KPo-
. ' trey Claim Number Six; thence
Mr. Geo. E. Stannard arrived Mon-1 goutn 87 aegreM 9 minutes East
day from Los Angeles; where he has 13.08 chains to corner Number
been attending school at the i'nl- Three of Red Poffrey Claim Number
versity of Southern California. He
will return to finish his course at
U. L. C.
Seamstresses stationed at Chicago
beaches are censoring bathing suits
worn by women and "sew In" wear
ers who violate prohibitions against
the display of legs and shoulders.
Howes and acreage. Farms and
All Kinds ot Good Insurance
Ashland Agents of Abstract Co.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given, that under,
and in pursuance of an order of the
County Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Jackson, duly made
and entered on the 11th day ot June,
1921, In the Matter of the Estate of
Nancy J. Cunningham, deceased, Ida
M. Barntbouse, the Executrix ot said
Estate, will, from and after the 23rd'
.i0 ii iai n i
private tale, to the highest bidder
for cash, that certain real estate be
longing to said Estate, situated li
Jackson County, Oregon, and describ
ed as follows, to-wit:
Lot 22 of Block L in the
Railroad Addition to the City ot
Ashland, in Jackson County,
Bids may be made to the under
signed, or to L. A. Roberts, Attor
ney for said Estate, at his office In
The Citizens Bank Building, at Ash
First publication made June 22.
IDA M. BARNTHOUSE,
Executrix of the Estate of Nancy J.
' ADMINISTRATOR 8 BALK. I
Notice it hereby given, that under
and In pursuance of an order of
the County Court of the State ot
Oregon, for the County of Jackson,
duly made and entered on the 14th
day of May, 1920, in the matter ot
the estate of Jennie Eccleston, de
ceased. L. A. Roberts, the adminis
trator of said estste will, from and
after the 25th day of June, 1921,
oroceed to sell at private tale, to
the highest -bidder for cash. that
certain real esute. belonging to Mid!
. nrt altimted n the C ounty
ot Jackson, and State ot Oregon, par
ticularly described as follows, to
wif. An undivided two-thirds ot lot Jl,
Block "B" In the Railroad Addition
to tbe City of Ashland.
Bids on said real property may be
made to tbe undersigned at bis of -
lice la The Citizen's Bank Building,
at Ashland, Jackson County, Ore
First publication made May 25;
L. A. ROBERTS, .
Administrator ot tbe estate of
Jennie Eccleston, deceased,
Ashland, Oregon. .
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
DEPT. OF THE INTERIOR '
V.-&-Land Office, - at Roseburg,
Oregon, May 19, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that, as
directed by the Comlsmsloner of the
General - Land office, " under provi
sions ot Sec. 2456, R. S pursuant to
the application ot Mary Homes Tuck
er, Serial No. 012927, we will otter
at publlo tale, to the highest bidder,
but at not lest than $4.00 per acre,
at 10 o'clock A. M., on tbe 2nd day
ot JUly, next, at thit office, the fol
lowing tract of land:
NEU NW14, Sec. 22, T. 39 S R.
2 East, Will. Meridian.
The sale will not be kept open,
but will be declared closed when
those present at the hour named have
ceased bidding. The person making
tbe highest bid will be required to
Immediately pay to the Receiver the
Any persons claiming adversely the
above-described land are advised to
tile their claims, or objections, on
Or before the time designated for
W. H. CANON.
DEPT. OF THE INTERIOR.
D. S. Land Office at Roseburg,
Oregon, May 25, 1921.
Notice Is hereby given that Ralph
II. Springsteen of Pinehurst, Oregon,
who, on May 23, 1918, made Hume
stead Entry, Serial, No. 011280, for
the SVi of NE4 of Section 17,
office, at Medford, Oregon, on the
6th day of July, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses
George A. Grieve, of Hornbrook,
Thomas J. Grieve, of Hornbrook,
Fred W. Kdsall, of Pinehurst,
Fred Train, of Hornbrook, Calif.
W. H. CANON,
MINING APPLICATION NO. O13706
I'nited States Land Office.
MAY 10, 1921.
V - I - I. t. V... Itni tlMIIIu...
UUCW IB lit! HSU BTO IU TT 11 lid II I
has made application for patent tu
the following described placer min
ing ground situated in the COTTON
WOOD mining district of Jacksou
County, Oregon, said placer ground
ibelng known as the RED POFFREV
or. "our. Five na alx- Bllu con-
8 x: "If"? ,??UI? " T , . " .
Number Two of Red Poffrey Claim
Number Six and corner Number
Two of Red Poffrey Claim Number
Five; thence South 68 degrees .IS
minutes West 22.33 chains to cor
ner Number Three of Red Poffrey
Claim Number Five; thence North
67 degrees 9 minutes West 3.90
chains to corner Number Four ot
Red Poffrey Claim Number Four;
thence South 30 degrees 19 minutes
West 21 45 chains to corner Num
ber Three of Red Poffrey Claim
iNumber Four; tbence North 67 de
1 greet 9 minutet West 4.35 chains to
Wner Number Two of Red Poffrey
I Claim Number Four; thence South
1 88 degrees 26 minutes West 4.4i
! chains to corner Number One of Red
;Poffrey Claim Number Four; thence
North 28 degrees 17 minutes East
23.20 chains to corner Number Five
lot Red Poffrey Claim Number Four;
thence North 68 degrees 38 minutes
East 22.33 chains to point of begin
ning, being corner Number One of
iRed Poffrey Claim Number Five ami
corner Number One of Red Poffrey
I Claim Number Six, excepting theri-
Irom all that portion of the above
described Red Poffrey Mining Claim
lvin nd beln "u,eu wi,hln "'
' 01 v,aiuuriiia
The amended location of said de
scribed mining claim Is recorded In
volume 21 at page 319 of the Min
ing Records ot Jackson County, Ore
gon. And notice la lurmer given mat
persons claiming adversely the
mlnlne around, placer, veins and
lode premises hereinbefore describ
ed and referred to, or surveyed, plat
ted or herein applied for, are here
by notified that unless their ad
verse claimt are duly tiled accord
ing to law within the time prescribed
by law, . with the register of the
United StateB Land Office at Kose
burg, Douglas County, Oregon, tbey
will be barred from any right of
claim in laid premises and every
part thereof by virtue of the statutes
ot tbe United States in such easy
made and provided.
The description above given is in
accordance with survey made by Hie
United States Survey General of Ore
gon. The adjoining and conflicting
claimants or claims are none, and
there are no adjoining claims to the
ssid described placer mining claim i,
consisting ot the said Red Poffrey
Mining Claims, numbered Four.
Five and Six.
W. H. CANON,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereDy given that the
undersigned has been appointed exe
cutrix ot the estate ot John W.
"", or., ueceswn . j iue .oumj
Court of Jackson County Oregon.
ina uu s""- !
ing claims against scid estate are
notified to present same to me at
the law office ot W. J. Moore, in
Ashland, Oregon, with proper vouch -
lert and duly verified within six
1 months from tbe nrst publication
1 hereof, which It April 27th, 1921.
1 XAUTHA C. MILLS,