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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
Ashland Weekly Tidings
Published Every Wednesday by
THB ASHLAND PRINTING CO.
OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY
One Year U-M
Six Months 1-25
Three Months ?
Display Advertisements, each
Local Readers, the line 10e
Classlfiea Column, the word, each
Legal Notices, each time, the
11.. 3 1-3c
Overheard at the Baby Clinic Wednesday
From Viewpoint of the Infants
But Tuble 4
i wjs where mother let EO your JlftllU
Opening of the nilte bag, totaling the! Seventeen of us brought our mam-'fter Bne'd Vnt 'ou 1,1 a ba3ket."
mas and grandmothers, and our city "'KB' scaiea.
Then you weui dbck aim ki yum
clothes on and went in the room with
the fireplace where Miss Pool was.
Mother showed her our card, all
marked up ever since we began clin-
HOLD QUARTERLY BANQUET
AT PRESBYTERL4X CHURCH
The Martha Cillette chapter ofj ...
Westminster Guild held their quar-j Margaret E. Dill Tells of the Work of' the County Officials
terly banquet last evening In the
Presbyieriun church. Thirty guests
silt down to (t table prettily decc-
rated with Christmas scarlet and1 The weather man won't let It spow, was the matter with you
green and loaded with the ciclect-j'" afternoon 'cause our baby clinic was great sport you
able t lands, to which all did ample js on tins morning ai me civic ciuoEee now ,uu rc.v.
lustlce. A happy feature was tlie,"ouse-
NAVAL RECRUITING OFFICER (be Circuit Court of the County and
IN ASHLAND DECEMBER 18-19, State aforesaid for a decree foroclos-
amount In the treasury at $50. Of
this, $10 was paid on the church
fund, $10 to the union Christian col-
attorney's daughter brought her
daddy. Everybody has coood until
leges In the Orient and $20 to the the building echoes, only, exceptin'
women's board of mlssioins for Guild a few cries, but who wouldn't wlth
statlons. out one. bit of clothes on, and not
Mrs. James Rudd, a patroness who j even mother's finger to hold to and
has gone to California for the wln-isit In a basket to be weighed?
ter, had sent a gift, as did Mrs. Wll- Mrs. Fred Engle, chairman, greet-
Card of Thanks J 1.00 ijam Lindsay, of Fallon, New, a for-led us at the door. Mrs. Dougnerty
Obituaries, the line n1-
Fraternal orders and focietios charg
ing regular Initiation fees and dues.
IW. HUM ,
Religious and benevolent societies j ,ng joy t0 all wno atteud.
will be charged at tne regular uu-
tnw nil nrivArtlsins
when an admission w collection is Promises ,0 be ot exeePtlonal mPrlt
at wnicn time Mrs. manes nonaris
will speak on the poetry ot India,
mer member. The spirit of good recorded our history. Mrs. Sylvan
fellowship, in numbers and in serv- Provost escorted us to the rest room
ice the Guild la becoming an Incroas-
Tomorrow's program at 6:30
First time, per 8 pt. line . . .
Each subsequent time, per 8
Entered at the Ashland, Oregon.
Postoffice as second class mail
SPIRIT OK THE WEST
Scarcely had word been sent
throughout the world of the devas
tating fire at Astoria, burning ruins
had hardly ceased to smoulder and
tottering walls completed their fall
Miss Eva Poley on India's music,
and will sing "In the Secret ot His
Presence," written by a Hindu. Mrs.
Koehlor will speak on ."What India
Can Contribute to Christianity." A
welcome Is extended to all women
who can attend.
MEET IN EUGENE
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu-
lng amidst clouds of dust and smoke, N 6. (Special.) The an-
when plans were formulated for thel nua, conference of tue Hign Sci,00i
upbuilding and replacing ot the city..pro3g asaoclatlon( wnlcll )s he(j eacl
No time was lost in silent content-1
year under the auspices of the Uni-
plation of the heaps of rubbish that! lonri.M
marked what only a few days aB:Ism ha8 been scheduled for January
were proud buildings and successful! u conference w l0
businesses. No time was occupied , colnddentall wh the meeMnK
In the wringing of hands and louuV ,denta of the hgh ehool
callings to see wnai auveiauj uou
heaped upon Astoria. Succor for the
homeless was the first thought, fol
lowed closely by plans for rebuilding
and the carrying on of trade, not
next year, nor next month, but Im
mediately. Such Is the spirit of the
Astoria exemplifies the spirit that
has prevailed after other disasters
of a similar nature in the west.
Though stunned perhaps for a mo
ment, men and women of that thriv
ing seaport city soon mastered them
selves and began to think about the
"We've got no town left, but we've
still got the best harbor on the Pa
cific coast," declared James Brem
mer, mayor of Astoria. "We will
start rebuilding at once on the old
site. These things have happened
before: to us, to San Francisco, to;
Chicago, and many other cities, yet
folks have gone ahead and built big
ger and better cities on the ruins. We
hope to do Just this." This also ex
emplifies the spirit of the west.
From all parts of the state, Pa
cific coast and Northwest, have come
t)f!r of food, supplies, personal
Ulp and other forms of assistance.
Portland has sent 15 carloads of
mpplies to the stricken city; banks
tire sent word they would give ff
nancial assistance and help in re
organizing; relief committees, wel
fare organizations and individuals
have extended generous offers of
belp to the citizens of Astoria, near
ly 200 of whom were made nome
1ms bv the conflagration.
All of these things, the attitude of
the people of Astoria and of those
throughout this section of the coun
try, is typical and personifies the
spirit of the west.
WHEN THE READER KICKS
My father says the paper he reads
ain't put up right;
He finds a lot of fault, too, he
does, perusin' it all night;
He iays there ain't a single thing
In It worth to read
And that It doesn't print the klndj
of stuff the people need;
He tosses It aside and says it's
utrirtlv on the bum;
But you ought to hear him holler
when the paper doesn't come.
He reads about the wedd'.n's and
he snorts like all get out;
He reads the social doln's with a
most derisive shout.
He says they make the papers for
the women folks alone:
dent bodies on the campus.
The conference of editors and stu
dent body presidents was held In the
spring . last year, but the date wa?
pet for January this year at t'io sug
gestion, of the high schools t--m-solves.
They favored a. winter con
!ernce as It will give tho young
men and women who are delegates,
the opportunity to put into elf.'Ct
from January to June Ideas and plans
1 roposed and discussed at the conference.
G. A. R. POST OFFICIATES
AT FUNERAL OK JAMES LOWE
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Tho funeral services for James
Lowe were held at the Baptist church
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
land were conducted by Rev. Miller
(and the local G. A. It. post, of which
he was a member.
Mr. Lowe leaves his wife and three
sons to mourn his departure: Mrs.
Mary Lowe, of Ashland; William
Lowe, of Lincoln, Neb.; Walter L.
Lowe, of eastern Oregon, and George
C. Lowe, of Stites, Idaho.
wherewe took off our dainty clothes.
Wrapped In a blanket in mother's
arms. Miss Johnson, the school nurse
who Is awfully sweet, escorted us to
the banquet room, all set out with
Table No. 1 was padded nice, and
we kicked heels and patty caked,
while two nice doctors examined our
throats, ears, eyes, noses.
ltking, and Bhe told mother just
j what we should eat.
John Raymond Pratt is 17 months
old. He's been coming ever since a
teenv baby. He was underweight
nd undernourished. which, of
course, his mamma didn't want him
to be, 'till she did all the things
the clinic told her. Now he Is nor
mal and bouncing. That's what lots
of mothers say about their babies,
Miss Falldlne said: "We don't
have these clinics to find perfect
babies. We have them to find ba
bies that need attention; many of
the parents do not know about the
defects." Miss Falldine hopes to
ave a clinic every quarter. She.
has a weighing and measuring every
third Saturday of every month, but
not this month, 'cause it's Christ
mas. Miss Falldlne wants mothers
In all the county to call on her and
bring us. She has charge of all of
it, 'cause she is our county nuise.
Miss Pool had a picture of two
puppies, four months old. One
drank fresh milk. One drank pas
teurized milk. One was big and
pretty, the other looked sad and lit
tle, 'cause he drank pasteurized. But
the next four months, both ot those
puppies drank fresh miik nnd had
their pictures taken, nnd the little,
sad puppy was fat and pretty, and
most big as his brother.
Mrs. Wllshire played the piano in
the lecture room, and we played
Miss Falldlne says the Civic club
house la our health center now 'cause
she will always meet us there, and
Miss Chamberlain gave her a key.
Miss Falldlne and us and everybody
was grateful to the nice doctors who
helped. They were: Doctors E. A.
Woods, MacCracken, Gregg, Phette
place, Swedenburg and Shaw. The
ladies who assisted-were: Mesdames
Denton, PerozzI and Tilton.
These clinics are getting popular,
and we babies' are getting bouncing
and healthy. So wo hope all moth
ers will come next time and bring
tiny babies or children bigger than
Lieutenant R. E. Kerr, of the
United States navy recruiting serv
ice, Portland, will be In Ashland'
Monday and Tuesday, December 18
and 19, on a tour of southern Ore
gon. Ho is a native uregoman ana
was with the coast and geodetic sur
vey In this section of the state when
appointed to the United States naval
academy lu 1907. He attended the
University of Oregon In 1910, but
quit in his second year to enter the
navy. He will open a recruiting sta
tion In the city hall for the purpose
ot examining all applicants and to
furnish Information to those who &e-sire.
According to Lieutenant Kerr, the
navy is In need ot young men who
desire to advance themselves and at
the same time acquire a skilled trade
that will be of value to them In civil
life. An opportunity will be given
them to finish their education under
the supervision. the educational
department of the navy, under Prof.
Alderman, at one time superinten
dent of schools for the state ot Oregon.
SHORT CIRCUIT CAUSES
TROUBLE ON STREET LIGHTS
EASTERN STAR ELECTS
OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR
The annual election 'of officers
took place at the regular meeting of
Alpha chapter No. 1, Easter Star,
Tuesday evening, and resulted In the
following being chosen:
Worthy matron, Georgia Coffee;
worthy patron, Dr. W. E. Blake; as
sociate matron, Mrs. L. S. Brown;
secretary, Mrs. Leah Caldwell;
treasurer Miss Lydia McCall; con
ductress,' Mrs. F. F. Whittle; asso
ciate conductress, Mrs. W. M. Denton.
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A short circuit on the street light
ing system at the corner of the Plaza
and North Main street, caused some
of the people who had occasion to be
on the streets about 3 o'clock Sun
day morning to look in amazement
at the unusual brightness. Some ot
those who arrived In the city during
the time that the lights were so
bright say that the headlight on an
automobile was easy to face In com
parison with, every street light In
the city at that time.
The trouble was caused by a high
voltage wire coming Into contact
with the street circuit, but, fortu
nately, very few globes were burned
out as Is generally the case when
anything of this kind happens, Work
men were busy today repairing the
wires and getting everything In
DICKERSON & SON STORE .
SOLD TO JOHN O. RIGG
Sale of the Dickerson & Son store,
headquarters for paint, wallpaper
and other supplies, to John O. Rigg,
was completed today, the change go
lng into effect immediately.
The store was established by Wil
liam Dckerson In July, 1910, Don
ald Dickerson becoming a .Junior
partner two years ago, at which time
tho name ot the firm was changed to
DickerBon & Son. Mr. Dickerson
left about two months ago for Ten
nessee for his health.
Donald Dickerson is considering
several propositions at present, and
is undecided which he will accept.
Though he intends to leave Ashland
eventually, this move will not be
made for some time.
above described and mentioned in
said certificate. And you are hereby
summoned to appear within 60 days
after the first publication of this
summons, exclusive of the day of
said first publication, and defend
this action or pay the amount due as
above shown, together with costs and
accrued Interest, and in case of your
failure to do so, a decree will be
rendered foreclosing the lien of said
taxes and costs against the land and
premises above named.
This summons Is published by or
der of the Honorable F. M. Calkins,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for the County of(
Jackson, and said order was madoj
and dated this 2d day ot December,,
1922, and the date of the first pub-;
llcation of this summons is the Cth
day of December, 1922. I
All process and papers In this pro
ceeding may be served upon the un
dersigned residing within the State!
of Oregon at the. address hereafter
WM. M. BRIGGS.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Address: Pioneer Block, Ashland,
WANTED Men or women to tak6
ordor3 for ger.uino guarr.n'.ecJ
hosiery for men, women and chil
dren. Eliminates d.tralng. Sal
ary $50 a week full time, $1 in
hour spare time. Experience un
necessary. International Stocking
Mills, NorrlJiown, Pa. 8-10
DR. E. R. ANOtfLL Chiropractic
and Electro-Therapy. The combi
nation does wonders. First Nat'l
Bank Bids. Phone 48-142.
"Nature abhors a vacuum" tf
Homes and acreage. Farms and
AU Kinds of Good Insurance
Ashland. Agents of Abstract Co
Wc Like to Believe
THAT SOME DAY, SOMEHOW, FORTUNE WILL
FAVOR US WITH FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE.
DON'T BE MISLED.
FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE IS EARNED BY THE
INTELLIGENT USE OF MONEY, WHICH DEMANDS
The Citizens Bank ot Ashland
Table" No. 2 'was soft and comfy ,' four years or older, Miss Falldlne
but It was a little tough being I says, and Us a free clinic. Nobody
thumped all over to see If anything has to pay for being examined.
THIS IS THE MONTH
To smoke meat.
To get out the bob-sled.
To spray for San Jose scale.
To keep plenty of litter In the
To spread every bit of manure be
fore the heavy feeding begins.
To balance the year's books and to
take note ot the errors that have
To make this a real Christinas by
entering Into it with zest and tho
spirit of unselfishness.
To be certain that the poultry ra
tion contains meat and greens to re
place the natural summer feed.
I To make the lone winter evenlncs
He says of information It doesn't perlodg of pieagure t0 pay for the
hard work of the last summer.
' To guard against colds and roup
in poultry. There Is no place where
MISS JESSIE THATCHER
An announcement party for Miss
Jessie Thatcher was given Wednes
day by her sister, Mrs. W. Kitto, at
her home on the Boulevard, In honor
of her coming wedding to Relnhart
Kruggel, the date ot the nuptials as
yet being undecided.
Tho announcement was made by a
telegram from Miss Thatcher's
brother In San Francisco. A large
number of friends were present dur
ing the evening. Among the features
of the evening was the singing of
two selections by Mrs. E. O. Smith
and Miss Jean Anderson. Dainty re
freshments were served before the
ELKS TO FURNISH ROOM
AT! COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
FARMERS' SHORT COURSE RET
FOR JAN. 3 AT CORVALLIS
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE, CorvallU, Dec. 6. (Special.)
A winter short course in general
ii.vt . crumb
But you ought to hear him holler
.hon th. natier doesn't come.
He is always first to grau uu ule Mre fce(;pi go much troubU
he reads it plumb clean through. away.
He doesn't miBS an Item, or a want T(J add feedinl moiagSpg to the! agriculture lasting 11 weeks will be
ad that Is true; : roughage. It works for payability, gin at the college January 2. Or-
He says they don't know what we and ln 8ddt0n has a nutritive value ganlzed to meet the needs of farm
want, the dar newspaper guys, l0f Its own. era, old and young, who cannot at-
Tm goln" to take a day sometime, t0 reuew the past season's work tend college a full ytar, the course
and go and put 'em wise; jand to take up with the county agent 'will Include thorough instruction in
"Sometimes It seems as though 0r state experiment station those stock Judging, stock feeding and
Ihey must be deaf and blind and . problems that puzzle. ! management, practical farm manage-
dumb " J To see that every tool and lmple-j ment and farm crops.
But you ought to hear him boiler ment is carefully put away for the Drilling and practice in Judging
At the regular meeting ot the Elk
lodge Saturday night, it was decided
to turnish a room at the Community
hospital, and a committee was ap
pointed to buy the necessary equip
ment which will amount to approxl
It was also decided to give $50 to
wards the new ambulance which citi
zens are endeavoring to buy tor the
use of the public.
The Elks can always be relied up
on to be on hand when anything in
the Interest of the community is at
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OK TAX LIEN
A want ad will tell It
winter, and that broken parts are. beef cattle, sheep, swine and horses.
j repaired or replaced. That's doing i using score cards with five two-honr
j son.e of next spring's work now. laboratory periods a week and one
I (Farm Life) i recitation make up one course.
WELL-KNOWN ASHLAND GIRL
IS MARRIED IN SPOKANE
Miss Eunice L. Smith, youngest
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. B. E.
Smith, of this city, was married on
December 4th at Spokane, Wash., to
Mr. Herman Eden, of Tensed, Ida.
The acquaintance of the newlyweds
dates back for some eight years, at
the time Miss Smith was visiting In
Mrs. Eden is well known in Ash
land, having lived here for several
years and taught school In the coun
ty fop aome time. Bhe also spent a
few years as a teacher In Lake coun
ty. Mr. Eden Is extensively engaged
ln the lumber business at Tensed,
and the young people expect to make
their home In that place after Jan
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Jackson County.
City of Ashland, a municipal cor
poration, plaintiff, vs. H. L. White
and all others claiming any right.
title, estate, lien or interest in and
to the real property herienatter de
To H. L. White, the above named
defendant. In the name of the State
You are hereby notified that the
City of Ashland is the holder pt Cer
tificate of Delinquency numbered
6249, issued on the Gth day of Jan
uary, 1919, by the Tax Collector of
the County of Jac,kson, State of Ore
gon, for the amount of forty-eight
and 95-1000 Dollars, the same being
the amount then due and delinquent
for taxes for the year 1916, together
with penalty, interest and costs there
on upon r the real property assessed
to you, of which you are the owner
as appears of record, situated in said
county and state, and particularly
bounded and described as follows, to
wlt: Lots numbered 23, 24, 25,' 26,
27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32 and 33, all ln
Eureka Addition to the City of Ash
land, Jackson county, Oregon.
You are further notified that said
City of Ashland has paid taxes on
said premises for prior or subsequent
years, with the rate of Interest on
said amounts as follows.
Tax for 1917. paid Jan. 6, 1919,
tax receipt No. 22098, amount $37.65
rate of interest 12 per cent.
Tax for 1918. paid Oct. 4, 1919,
tax receipt no. 18787, amount $35.47,
rate of interest 12 per cent.
Tax for 1919, paid Apr. 5, 1920,
tax receipt No. 10662, amount $40.34
rate of interest 12 per cent.
Tax for first half 1920, paid Mar.
26. 1921. tax receipt No. 8502,
amount $25.79, rate of Interest 12
Tax for second half 1920, paid
Oct. 6. 1921. tax receipt No. 16936.
amount $25.79, rate of Interest 12
Tax tor first half 1921, paid Apr.
2. 1922, tax receipt No. 10243,
amount $26.48, rate of Interest 12
Tax Tor second half 1921. paid
Sept. 28, 1922. amount 26.48, rate
of interest 12 cer cent.
Note Receipt for second half
1921 not vet received.
Said H. L. White as the owner of
the legal title of the above described
property as the same appears of rec
ord and each of the other persons
above named are hereby further noti
fied that the plaintiff will apply to
Lioobtt ft Mykrs Tobacco Co.