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Wednesday, July A,
ASftU-VD DAltY T1WKG8.
Ashland Weekly Tidings
Publihd Every Wednesday by
-THB ASHLAND PRINTING CO.
OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY
One Year 2.00
Three Months '
! hardware at 'cut'. prices. Hut abnjj not only merchantable timber but
jmal camnctition of tUuKort admit- j atao young growth and cut-over
I tedly cannot endure, and in any case lanuu; in oilier worus, n iuusi coui
;it has not materially affMted the '.Ml classes of forjst land.
Imoln struggl-j between l!.e Untied I The basis of this federal co-opera-
i States and Britain. , , i tiou la tb .recognition by the 'gov-
! "Hero there is no reason why Brl-j eminent of the natior.'s Interest in
tain should not take the lend as em-j keeping the forest lands of'our coun
phntlcally ua she has done oil the try continuously productive, especi
golf links; The Argentine p-'oplei ally on the watershed of navigable
liko us, and they like our methods. streams, and the further recognition
Millions of pounds of British capital of the fact that the nation should
have helped to develop their country.! bear a part of the cost of the work.
"If the prlzo were the chief share Will fire danger minimized or ellm
in a yearly tindo of one hundred mll-i Inated, foresters say the problem of
lion pounds, it would he well worth keeping forests luuds continuously
Iho striving for. It Is much more i producing limber and erosion and
GIN GHAMJN STYLE
Fabric Popular for Dresses,
Parasols and Millinery. -
th:'n thai. The Argentine Is like floods partly controlled will be
niur.inv Advertisements, each
JClrcSIJmi "'hi woid.'eacli Australia; she has just begun to rro- greatly simplified, and It is to help
anu nooouy can maiK ine minis uijim
her future. Could iho wealth half a! this very thing that tho co-opera-
cenliiry hence of mvcticnlly vlr-1 Hon uuder the Weeks Law Is car-
gin land he accurately fu -otolcl today, ried on. A part of the opproprla
ihere are a (ew among us who would! Won is held back for use In extend-
havo the imagination to :.oce)it Ihej lug co-operuofi to stnrtew that
picture of such prospeviiy. A pnpu- may later qualify and auk for It.
l.illon rather liirger than Helgin::i':!
ic living in a country I igger than Ihej I'K'K 'EM Foil OTHEKS
I'nited Kingdom, (iecmany, France.' HUT NOT FOB HIMSELF
Spain, Italy and Japi u. put logether.
lis possibilities are well nigh us vast!
ih need of the Iiiiiiimii race ir LOS ANGELES. Juno 30 Martha
Card of Thanks . . .
ihitnnriea. the line.
Fraternal orders and societies charg
ing regular initiation iees aim u,
regular rates. ,
Iteligious and benevolent societies
will be charged at the regular ad
vertising rate for all advertising
when an admlsElon or collection Is
First time, per s pt. line
Each subsequent time, per
1..0.1 nt the Ashland. Oregon
n.tffi. or second class mall
RACE IOH LAURELS F SOUTH
AMERICAN TRADE LIES nr.
TWEEX UNITED STATES. JAP
AN AND (JREAT BRITAIN.
lly A. J. WEST
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
LONDON. June 29. South Ameri
ca is today the brightest jewel in the
diadem of trading nations and one of
the keenest struggles! In Hie history of
commerce is now in progress for pos
session of a priceless treasure."
This is the opinion of Sir Kings
ley Wood. M. P., parliamentary pri
ate secretary to the Minister of
llcullh, and un authority on South
American trade and affairs,
The championship Is being played
mainly in the Argentine. Il 'iuiblic,"
said Sir Klngsley. "The stakes are
100,000,0011 pounds and for the mo
ment the United Stater, are winning.
Great Britain, It is oly fair to say,
"Great Britain, it is only fair to say
was once the undisputed champion,
nor need she bo afraid of the reason
why she was thrown off her form. It
was (he war that turned the Arien
tine competition upside down. Ii
found us first and America second; It
left us first and America second. Not
less significant, it sent Japan shoot
iii" ahead of (iennany, France, Italy
meat and wheat to e.t and wool to 'A. Pudley doesn't understand tho
wear. It is a share in these future principles of advertising, nor how im
possibilities as much as to win a pie-' pleasant misdirected publicity can
sent advantage Unit Hie nations strive, be.
in amicable rlvaliy.
"There's room lo- all, hut tho ques
tion Is, who will ho first?"
OREtiON HAH ttli--.OCiu
FEDERAL FUND FOR
PROTECTION OF FORESTS
Benjamiu W. Padley, Martha's hus
band, thinks so at least. Benjamin
runs a matrimonial agency.
Martha Is suing him for divorce.
Not only that, but she is telling the
world the things Benjamin doesn't
know about matrimony.
It's all being threshed out in Judge
J. Perry Wood's divorce court, a set-
PORTLAND, Ore.. Juno S3. The, tng not new to eitner Benjamin or
stale of Washington will receive j Martha. They were divorced mice
2l,iH10 and Oregon will receive1 Mwe That was Immediately after
$25,000 or federal funds lor the t)e )olice hllU luokei up Benjuipln's
protection of their forests from fires; ,0Ve brokerllKfi office on complaint
diirtiug fiscal year beginning July,,. nitilrMnrr t...nt. ...( i..Pe-
i, according to advices just received
Ing event to nnny Englishmen. In
1915 she sold to Argentine just over
at the local olices of the U. S. For
est Service. Twenty-two other states
will also be eligible to share in the
tot 1 1 of (400,000 made available by
congress on July 1, for the belter
protection of the forest resources of
the United States. This co-operation
was first authorized by the act
of March 1, 1911, commonly known
as the "Weeks Law," and has con
tinued ever since. Last year a to
tal (Of $125,000 was appropriated
for the work, but congress this year,
realizing the importance of file pre
vention in our forest::, Increased the
amonut to he expended. At least
tliree more states are expected to
join the ranks of co-operutors short
ly. Allotments of moiiry for forest
protection are made by the Forest
cerated its proprietor and several of
Ills too-affectionate clients for a time.
The Padley's however, remarried,
and once more the niarrlge-to-order
-Ii Ingle was hung out on Benjamin's
All would have been well, prob
ably, If Mrs. Padley had not over
heard her spouse make an untimely
not to say tactless, remark to the
effect that while he could pick 'em
for other people all right, he'd rer
talnly made a poor choice In the mat
rimonial grab bag himself.
REV. EDWARDS PERFORMS THE
FIRST DOUBLE WEDDI.NO
HERE IN FOUR YEARS
With a double wedding yCHterduy
Neckwear and Vts and Bleu
Trimmed- With th Material
Ameng the Shewing.
Gingham still persists; a- anyone
who wintered' South,' or who kept
posted on what smart women wore
under the palms, can attest. It was
the material out of which the great
percentage of morning gowns a were
made. Although It may appear In
consistent, ginghams were not sim
ple In general effect. They were fre
quently combined with organdie,
sometimes veiled with it. aa in the I
case of strong red-and-whlte checked I
ginghams with apron panels of organ
die, and they were bound with every
the extent of about $200 In repairs,
according to Mr. Vargus, who ( was
see this morning at the Automo
tive Garage, where he is employed
as a mechanic. None of the party
suffered serious injury. Mrs. Alene
Flynn was the third member of tr
Tho party left Ashland the flrit
part of last week for Berkeley. Cal.
where .Mrs. Vargus is now visiting
her father, VV. H. Noe, of thai city,
Hot li Mrs. l'urves unu Mrs. Flynn
make their home in San Francisco.
BUILT THE FIRST SKYSCRAPER
WhIUlaw Reld'a Structure That
Housed th Tribune Wa th
Wotidr of IU Day.
The skyscraper was undreamed of
until Whltelaw Held laid the corner
tone of Hie Tribune building In 1874.
thing from black clre to net ell of . The Florentine campanile that he then
which leads oue naturally to suppose
that gingham gowns are to be In style
for another summer.
The gown sketched la on rather sim
ple lines, the yoke cut in one with th
abbreviated sleeves being one of It
most interesting features. Yokes ar
appearing quite frequently this year,
and when a plaid or striped material
la used It Is, of course, advisable to
have the lines of the material at a
different angle to those appearing In
the rest of the dress.
Olugham parasols and gingham mil
linery, gingham neckwear and (Ing
ham vestees ar all among the spring
showings, and one finds gingham In
troduced as trimming on many smart
trieotlhe gowna Just now. Blouses
Tne arrival of Japan Is a surpris-1 Servl(.B tll individual states on thelund a third one.today, Itev. Charles
lifted Into the air gave his contempo
raries what was, for them, a greater
sensation than their descendants have
received from Manhattan's tallest tow
ers. Voyagers coming up the bay
balled it with astonishment, little Im
agining the formidable structures It
The skyline it broke was that of an
essentially flat, low-lying city. In
Reld's eyes New York was not then
precisely beautiful. So we may Judge
frem the Instructions lie sent to Clar
ence Cook in 1870, with a request for
a series of architectural articles. "What
I want," be wrote, "is first a crisp edi
torial on the prevailing lack of archi
tectural taste in New York, the dreary
miles of browstone fronts, the worth
lessness of brownstone as a material
for building, the niostrosltlen given us
by our wealthiest men."
Then article after article was to he
written, discussing (he question ef ar-.
chltecture lo our cities generally, but
particularly in New xork. The "fright
ful example" was to be fearlessly pil
loried, and suggestions were to be
made. From "The Life of Whltelaw
Reld," by Royal Cortlssoz.
Yesterday afternoon, at 2:30 o'
clock, P. M. thJ Southern Pacific
special' train rolled into the local
yards bringing home the members
of the First Company, C. A., O. N.
O., from the Annual Encampment,
which has- beftn In progress at Fort
Stevens for the past seventeen days.
The Soys aje enthusiastic over
their work while at cainp and. the
First Company gained many boost
ers fiom those who attended. The
boys report that tine majority of the!
time spent at camp was utilized in
trainljig on the big ten-inch guns
at Buttery Russell at Fort Stevens.
Last Tuesday,, the Coast Artillery
of Oregon did actual service firing
with most gratifying results. The
National Guardsmen received every
consideration at the hands of the
regular army officers and men' sta
tioned at the postwhich helped to
make the xtay more enjoyable.
Many of the boya who were up.
had chancia tq take their 'first
at Ashland, Jackson County, Ore
gon, First publication made May 25,
L. A. ROBERTS,
Administrator of the estute of
, Jennie Eccleston, deceased,
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
DEPT. OF THE INTERIOR.
V. S. Land Office,'' at Roseburg.
Oregon, May 19, 1921.
Notice Is hereby given that, aa
directed by the Comlsmsiouer ot the
General Land office, under niovl-
slnns of Sec. 2455, R. S pursuaut to
the application of Mary Homes Tuck
er, Serial No. 012927, we will offer
at public sale, to the highest bidder,
but at not less than $4.00 per acre,
at 10 o'clock A. M., on the 2nd day
of July, next, at this office, the fol
lowing tract of land:
NE NW, Sec. 22, T. 39 8., 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
the highest bid will be required to
Immediately pay lo the Receiver the
ocean trip und those that caiinlnmount thereof,
buck said that it wasn't absolutely! ,Any Persft'ist cIuIiiiIiik adversely the
, .' ... , . ' ; above-described land are advised to
satisfactory to the majority of Ihose flie their claims, or ohlectloi... on
who voyaged on the "briny."
Among those attending camp with
the First Company were A, J. Mc
Callen, former captain, and Ollle
Easterllng, city electrician.
When the boys arrived at Fort
Stevens, they were met there by
Mesa Sergeant Pierce, Cook Penchey
or before the time designated for
W. H. CANON,
HONOR CLAIMED FOR BOSTON
' DEPT. OF THE INTERIOR.
V. 3. Land Office at' Roseburg,
Oregon, May 25, 1921.
Notice Is hereby given that Ralph
IT Dnlni..lnAn ... Il.,l ......
and Corporal Floyd Crosslin and the who. on May 23, 1918. made Hoiir-
ij. unit evening m camp tney sieaa aniry, serial, no. uill'HU, ror
wen given a meal such ns most of!tne 8''4 of NEW of Section 17,
them will long remember. iT0",",'""1:, .? ' Kung , f' W.'"-
ti. n . amette Meridian, has filed notice
The, First Company engaged In n!0f intention to make Final three
good deal of sub-cullber practice, lyear proof, to establish claim (o the
On the whole It was thought tliatl'81"' nove described, before F. Roy
the camp was very prfitable and,"8"1"' U: omnowx- ttt ''
,,,,,. ,. ,, , "'" office, at Mcdford, Oregon, on lie
well worth the time spent In maklng6th day of July, 1921.
It a success. Many of thw boys re-i Claimant names as witnesses,
malned in Portland on tho way back: George A. Grieve, of llornbrook.
but will return shortly. jCaliforula.
Th. in. . - .... Thomas J. Grieve, of llornbrook,
The First Com puny will take part 'California,
in the Fourth of July parade onj Fred W. Edsull, of I'lneliursl.
.Monday morning. They will as-0r,,ton'
senible ut the Armory at 8:30 A M Kre'1 T1,ln "f ,,,m,,"'ook,' f;"llr
on the Fourth of July. ' ' j40.r,. W' " ('A,!;H1,
Th tlmpl Qlnflham down.
basis of seven per cent of the es-A. Edwards, pastor of tho Metlio-1
tlmnled cost of adequate fire pro--(list church, is kept busy tying mar-!
200.000 pound worth ot wares. For;tectio in thut particular state,' tial knuts for Kan Cupid, who is!
tha first six month of 1919, that totalj with the limitation that the maxl-i checking It is annual list of Junel
h.-.d leapt up (o 3,4.10.000 pounds und: mum alloment cannot exceed $25.-' brides mid grooms with astonishing,
it continues lo rlKB.C.Ieily It is iimioo. Both figure depend upon and , rapidity. I of Plain material, frilled or banded
I ado in cotton yarn, coiton drill, silk vary with the slzo of the federal; .MHS Juanlta Livingston and Wal- wlt Hnh- ilnon th brings
handkerchiefs, glossy rllk. -allro. : appropriation for this work received ter o. Donoughue were united in I " i'liere" wtherVpreJudlc against
!v-k. and an iissoi'tmrM of toys.jfrom year to year. Forestry experts marriage this afternoon at the Me-j le KIlg8m n.t unless It la made of
buttons and Imd pr iclls .lapuii, . helieve that the Iil3.il I piiortionnient thodlst parsonnge. Mrs. Donoughue j the ldeutlcal fabric of th dreas, for
moreover, ha open-Mi a bank at Hue-' (,f protection expense would be: ' s tt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. j' naturally one would httata at ap
nns Ayrcs. while several Japanese Federal government, 25 per cent; 1 Livingston, 1165 East Main Street,! pearlug In two different plaids at en
merchants are now in business there. I t,,(c-s, 25 per cent; pilvate owners. . The couple will live at the heme uf "d "ie '" tlm-
und she hag a line of steamers sail- 50 per cent, hut Ihls Is not possible ! the groom's mother on Almond
Ing regularly to the River Pint;?, at present. 'street.
Definitely, in short, Japan hns arriv-; The lour important limitations! Rev. 'Edwards performed a doll
ed among the nations." j coverning federal co-operation in ' hie wedding yesterday afternoon Cor
"As time goes on tho raM for first j fire protection under (he Weeks Law! the first time during his four years
place will probably he between the; are: In Ashland. The two couples, were
lT,ttl.Wl Ul.,4aU 1.,.,.,,. ,,tlil ll..,.lt.. I, I ... ... 1... ...I.. ... '.I IT 1 A TA C 1.1 1 Stt...
........ ...... n, ..,'" ......I,, .v., ii) ii in I'Mciiuru on iy io niuien (.-limns, neroeri c. opeini aim .mss Jtrsey suits are In favor and are
.u, ....MM.,...,,,,,,.,.,,,..,,, .,,,.!,, ,,,ul nUvn provided ny mw ior u pern ieeiei, aim n. uoss nanieu noj expensive. They hav chiefly,
erioj Is as yet uncertain. Ouro upon comprehensive aystem of fire pro-i and Mary Taylor of this city. The belted box coats and a plain twe piece
a timj she supplied Argent'na with j tectlon. .double ceremony was performed at skirt shirred at th walst-lio or
more than half the Jew. !ry an.! metal' i) It limited lo the valer-itwo o'clock Jesturday afternoon. : aecordlou pleated,
ware bought from the res) of I In- sheds if iiavlnihlo Hli'euiiis. I Both couples are Ashland young' Another suit lias white Jersey
Ct The sl:ite r.imil ex id ar. I people und will make their home Inl'klrt and a blue cheylotcoat stltcfted
First Public 8chool In UnlUd 8ute
I 8ld to Hav Bn In
I It la probable that the beginning ot
the American public school was In
Massachusetts. In 1(135 the people of
Boston assembled In town meeting, re
quested Philemon Purmont to become
schoolmaster and voted him 30 acres
of land In part pay for his services.
The school begun by Purmont later
became the Boston Latin school and
has had continuous existence to the I
present time. Otiier settlements fol
lowed Boston's example and within i
the next ten years common schools I
were established in all the New Kng- j
land settlements. In 164" the gen-'
eral court of Massachusetts onlered I
every town having 50 families to ap- '
point a teacher, whose wages were to j
be paid by the parents of the children i
he taught or by the Inhabitants In i
general. At the same time townships
having 100 families were required to
establish a grammar school to lit
youth for college. The law establish
ing these two grades of schools laid
the foundation of the public school
system In the United States. Three
years later a similar law was passed
In Connecticut, but Rhode Island
made no attempt to form a school
system until 1790.
The hop? of formal peace as ,e-!x"N''N'G APPLICATION NO. O1 370U
tween the fu ted States in.l ihe cen
tiul powrs Itlghtens. High tlmel
indeed. The long delay In this ever
" ' ''" a r ! .ect for npolo;!, ; no !
ii' iii -sh.imt
. iii-i '.--i u.
made long ago.t
I'nited States Land Office.
MAY 10, 1921.
Notice Is hereby given that William
Millies, whose post office, add res Is
Medford, Jackson County-, Oregon
(.ice shoj'd lie i-rii'BM mttu'e application for'patent to
SUITS, SKIRTS AND BLOUSES
Mod f th Mmflt In th Lin f
Apparel In Which Milady Is Meat
Only Outdoor Inauguration.
The United States, although its cap
ital I In a inert rigorous climate than
those of many republics, Is alone In
having an "al fresco" Inauguration.
The first four Presidents were Inau
gurated Indoors, and beginning with
the third President, Jefferson, the In
augurations took place In Washing
ton. Monroe, the first President to
be sworn In out of doors, chose the
Homes and acreage. Farms and
All Kinds ot Good Insurance
Ashland Agents of Abstract Co.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EX
KfTTOR AND TO PRESENT
iuc luijumiiK ueHuriueo piacer niiu
iing ground situated In the COTTON
tVOOO mining district of Jackson
Coun'y, Oregon, salil placer ground
being known as the HE I) POFFRKY
bers. Four, Five und ,Six, and inn
Blsllug of the following:
1 Commencing at a point .South 3D
degrees - 51 minutes West 10.12
chains from the Northeast corner of
the Northeast Quarter of the North
west Quarter, Section 17, Township
41, South Range One, East of the
Willamette Meridian, being corner
number One of Red Poffrey Cluim
Number Six; thence North (19 de
grees 33 minutes East 22.27 chains
to corner Number Four of Red Pof
frey Claim Number Six; thence
South 67 degrees 9 minutes East
1 13. 03 chains to corner Number
jThree of Red Poffrey claim Number
Six; thence South 09 degrees 33 min
utes West 22.27 chains to corner
Number Two of Red Poffrey Claim
Number Six and corner Number
Two of Red Poffrey Claim Number
'Five; thence South 68 degrees 3S
"Today, the .-gents cf German man j amount at least equal to the led-! Ibis city. Mr. and Mrs. Specht leftj
ufactiirers am hack amtin. olleiinu eral appropriatijas for that stale. I yesterday for. Seattle, Wash., on
chemicals and dyes, machinery and' 141 Fire prolectlon must include I their honeymoon. I
Mr. ICdsell HZ. Ford, President of the Ford Motor Company, gives ou t the follow i.
"Another rvdiielinn his been made in the list price of till types of Ford car und lit- i e !
in t.il.e wl, 1 1 immediately. The list prices, f.o.li.. Detroit, ine now as follows:
TOI'IUXC C. . . .413.00 SKDA.V 7r.il.DH
lii'XAiiorr .'iTo.oo chassis :u.'i.oo
COITK M5.00 TKl'CK CHASSIS 4!l.'(.00
"liie hi i- !. -dart nun ilHt fall wer ,.,;'d ill anticipation of low material cosls v.'hnh .
'e.iint the l,. :ieili , and this fact torether with iucreiscd inaiiufacl urlng efficiency, and th un-fi-n..rMe
demand for Ford cars, particularly during (he past three mouths penni.i.ir,
ma a wiHlmtinii. have made another price reduction potsihl.- immediately. '
1 i Mi-i,:e-s for April und May. 1921. was gieater by 56,633 ears and truchs I'l.m .or i!i
i i' o immiIh in 1920; in fact, tho demand has' beon even gr ater 'ban the supply, so t.i-
o.it; ! Ims been limit. d. not by unfilled orders init by manufacturing facilities.
ti.i.ia:; May we produced 101,424 Ford cars und trn ks for sale In th United fita'e- i''--th
l..i"e-(t mouth In the history of our compauv :ind our factories and assembly plants ur now
wuikii.g on a 401)0 car dally schedule for June.
-I he ImdKou tractor is still being gold at le.,s than the co-d to produce on account of tin re - til
h'-f Mice rediiciiot.it. and it i Impossible, therefore, lo make any further cut in the priee of the
...hi afford to go without a Car any longer when Fords are selling at these new low pii.et?
There Is no reason now why you should d 'ay in purchasing a Ford car, Ford truck, or Kuril in
v ill gladly diit.e you coucerniug the delivery of a Fordson Tract . or the particular type of
car in which you are lnterete,i ju,t 'phone us or drop us a card.
FORD and FORDSON DEALERS
Entire suits are made up in hairline
Two materials In one suit are used
In checked and plain worsted goods,
the check b!ng In th skirt and tha
Llugerl blouse have many frills.
Dressy waists are chiefly ever-the-sklrt.
The V-shaped neck Is la evidence as
a change from the square and oral
Some tailored waist ar made ef
line checked gingham.
Some of the new skirt bar side
front opening undf r dv tuck. Many
of the skirts hav Inset of plttts at
the sides to give the extra width.
More fulness than formerly and
swathing girdles are outstanding fea
tures of the spring skirts.
Separate skirts of plaid and striped
woollen are th most popular msdel
ef th hour.
In the County Court !u ar.d for i'i I minutes West 22.33 chains to cor
County of Jackson, State of Ore-iller Number Three of Red Poffrey
gon. 'Claim Number Five; (hence North
Iii the Mntter of the Estate of lltn-l67 ueKree 9 minutes West 3.90
ten liowers, Deceased 'chains to comer Number Four of
v,.n.. i i i . Red Poffrey Claim Number Four;
Win of nh' !"Ht 'HthMM South 30 degrees 19 minutes
mi ,tJ i! 7, liowrilUU11 '""'West 21 45 chains to corner Nam
Z nld ?J ,0',n'UI;,, ,'fi,,,,1,l,r- her Three of Red Poffrey Claim
Ho olhMV ! 'Pl'tl by theNumber pour; thence North 67 de
fh''" a.b . a""-". J"-o "tlgrees 9 minutes West 4.35 chains to
nH X3''U""' l,ls Corner Number Two of Red Poffrev
xrTJ . . ICIalm Number Four; thence South
Any person having a claim against 88 degrees 26 minutes West 4.4o
the said estate is renu rml tn nmom'., , . ....
east portico of ,h. capl.ol because of ithe m. duly verified to ttunder:;
a dispute a, o whether h. should aigned at the office ot I3riggs ttffsi degree, ?7 mlnu.J Eas-
n i . "l",r,,t'H- "'e I'loneor 23.20 chains to coiner Number Five
Block n the City of Ashland. Ore-0f Red Poffrey Claim Number Four;
gon. within six monhs from the date thence North 68 degrees 38 niinuies
of the first publloation of tlfls notice :Ea8t 22.33 chains to point of hegin
whlch is June 29 1921. llingt b,.,n(? co.er NUmer One of
MARTIN D. ROWERS, Red Poffrey Claim Number Five and
Executor.! corner Number One of Red Poffrey
.Claim Number Six, excepting Ihere
NOTICE OF SALE from all that portion of the above
Notice is hereby given, that under. !d'eribeu1 l Po"rey
and in pursuance of an order of the ?dr ng fnaM wi""" ,h"
County Court of the State of Oregon, ol Ca'ii""'' , , , ,
19M t r LZXr oWt'to a 'of r'T" V?" "!" ,'"
Nancy J. Cunningham, deceased. Ida !"1K ReCorfl" ot '"rk!,on (;mln,y
M. Damthouse. the Executrix of ald ,on.' .
iiiiu iiuinc in iniiiiri f,i".ii unu
mining ground, placer, veins anil
be Inagurated In the house of repre
sentatives or the senate chamber. Af
ter a return to the Indoor Inaugura
tion by Jackson, the outdoor cere
monies were resumed. Because they
seemed tb fit In so well with American
ideas of democracy, permitting the,
general public to see the procedure,
they bare been relalued National
Geographic Society Magazine.
Lsngth of Hair Marked Cast.
For a long time the length of hair
was considered a mark of caste in
France. Only members of the royal
family and princes of the blood could
D.11.,.1 ...... llTuttltn Will f-Am .1 . 1 1 . . . I, .. (1 n . .1
wear lllir uaii iuiij. run unu auu Hr mo 4.ira n norn.nm lnimliiir nilveiaule
- ,.... . ......o dav nf Julv 1921 nrnroort in -11 ... Persons claiming ndveisel)
. . . . . j ' nrfV'fita aala in lla hln-l.n
to cut tne nair or a prince was 10 u- ilode premises hereinbefore deseril,.
prlv. blm of hi. right of succession i Into said Estate ZZ iM nl ref8rre'1 t0- "r "rveed- '"
to the throne. I 31, Cnn7v tt? .i i LI " herein applied for, are here-
Notwithstanding thes. facts, e ""less their ud-
Cbarlemagne liked lo wear his hair I Lot 22 of Block L In the ivelse claimB are ""' flled ':''l
ahort The name of his son. Charles I niirnH Arlditinn ln ih. ru nf I1" 10 Iaw witllln tllft tlllle Prescribed
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United Slates Land Office at Rose-
The coat dress, the farortt of thl
season's mode, gains originality by the
addition of a novel stolellk collar of
vivid and contra st lug color. A bine
pooret twill gown thus trimmed In-1
Arabian red silk duvetyn will win the J
approval of the womas wbe fully un- ,
derstands the meanlnr th FrMcti ;
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i fnre he affected. The Emperor The-
! nnfitlna mna iifflletpcl with hare
crown and he, to shun the notoriety
of It, strongly urged his subjects to
cut the hair on their heads, advanc
ing numerous reasons, sanitary and
otherwise, for its accomplishment.
In Jackson County,
Popple are Selling well for hat trim
ming. They art nsed almost exclu
sively, however, on tlx red braid and
, LCH'AL WOMAN FIGl'RKS IN
AI TO WRECK IN CALIFORNIA
Mrs. Angela Purves, daughter of
J.'lrs. C. M. Bomar. 479 Allison st..
wan slightly injured in an accident
j netir Oakland, Calif.. Saturday of
j last week, according to v.-ord recelr
! ed here. The car was being driven
! around a bad curve in tbe mountain
I road by Mrs. E. Varsua of this city
Plaything for Baby.
! Many playthings can be made for
! aiuali children from pasteboard.
To make a wagon use a four-cor-
! nttrvA hric fn urhleh mtRtplMim-ri wheelfl
should be attached by wooden axles,
these lstter put through the sides of
the box close to the bottom. Use
common pins or small nails to hold
the wheels on the axles. A small box
Inside the wagon does for a seat. Cut
out a horse from pasteboard, stand
him in front of the wagon, then cut the
dasher down a little way. Put Dob
bln'a tall into this and If his feet
touch level the rig Is complete.
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Bids may be made to the under-.."" ' """',
signed, or to L. A. Roberts, Attor-j"" UD, ua",7 , a"
ney for said Estate, at his office In cl8'mf 'n ald Prf"( ' ry
The Citizens Bank Building, at Ash- partf hth"eo' bf v'rt 16 ' ,,,e Ttu,M
land, Oregon. of 'he I'nited States in such caso
i First publication made June 22. J " , " . , ' ,
!j92j ! The description above given is in
I " ' jj BARNTHOUSE .accordance with survey mude by the
tfrenntrl 'f 'ih Estate of Nancv i United Ststes Survey (ieneral of Ore-
Cunningham, deceased. ig0I!,'u j, , , .,, .
24g.rJ Tbe adjoining and conflicting
i i i claimants or claims are none, and
there are no adjoining claims to the
said described placer mining claim",
consisting of tbe said Red Poffrey
.... , . . . ,.,. ,. . I Mining Claims, numbered Four,
Notice is hereby given, that u"lerip, . fi)
and In pursuance of an order ofj w H cavov
the County Court of the State of w' ,.,.,.
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Oregon, for tbe County of Jackson, . ,
duly made and entered on the 3g'yvI:
day of May, 1920, In the matter ot
the estate of Jennie Eccleston, de
ceased, L. A. Roberts, the adminis
trator of said estate will, from and
after the 25th day of June. 1921,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
This la his flrst day en the lob,"
when it collided with another car! said Mr. Dubwalte. "Tomorrow III
! coming from the oppojite direction pa,."n,'( w "a
; and said to have been on the wrong
id of tb road.
Tbe Vargus car was damaged to
Notice is hereny given that the
undersigned has been appointed exe-
nrneH lo ell at nrirste sale, toicutrlx of the estate ot John W.
" the highest bidder for cash, that; Mills, Sr., deceased, by the County
Unf.iP Adan(. certain real estate, belonging to said Court of Jackson County, Oregon,
ur M..nun estate, and aituated In the County land has qualified. All persons bav-
Thsts an alert office boy lof jack,on ,nd 8tate of Oregon, par-! ing claims against stld estate are
have." I ,i,i pi. HwuTihod fnllnwa tn- notified to present same to me at
w)t: the law office of W. J. Moore. In
An undivided two-thirds of lot SI. Ashlsnd. Oregon, with proper vouch-
Block "B" in tbe Rsilrosd Addition jers and duly verified within six
to tbe City of Asbland. months from the first publication
Bids on said rest property may he .hereof, which is April 27th, 1921.
mad to tbe undersigned st his of-! TAJJTHA C. MILLS.
tic In Th Citizen's Bank Building, ,16-t-w Executrix.
Til leave a 'dime novel' lying
around wber k can ftnd It" Blr
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