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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
Ashland Weekly Tidings
" Established 1876
Published Every Wednesday by
THH ASHLAND PRINTING CO.
OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY
One Year $2.00
Six Months 125
Three Months ' .11
Display Advertisements, each
Local Readers, the line 10c
Classified Column, the word, each
Legal Notices, each time, the
line 3 1-3
Card ot Thanks 11.00
Obituaries, the line 2 V
Fraternal orders and societies charg
ing regular initiation tees and dues
Religious and benevolent societies
will be charged at the regular ud
vertlslng rate for all advertising
when an admission or collection is
First time, per 8 pt. line . . .
Each subsequent time, per 8
MUSIC RECITAL GIVEN
Entered at the Ashland, Oregon
Postoffica as second class mall
OX CHRISTMAS MORNING
Oil, Christmas is a nuisance,
We sometimes think and say
Such a lot of work and worry
Just for one short day!
Hard-earned money squandered,
Weary heads and feet
Useless giving, senseless striving
In the struggle to compete!
Yet, on Christmas morning,
When we hear the children's cries,
Raiding little stockings
In raptures of surprise:
When we open parcels
That loving hands have wrapped,
Seems like springs of kindness
In our hearts are tapped.
Seems our thoughts grow gentler,
More tender Is the smile!
Yes, on Christmas morning,
Christmas seems worth while.
Zella Bissell Chatfield In Farm
GUTTERS GET BIG DRINK
WHILE CROWD THIRSTS
A music recital was given Satur
day afternoon by the pupils of Miss
Imogens Wallace at her studio In the
Beaver block. Miss Wallace expects
to give a number of such recitals, in
lng different pupils for each occa
sion, this being the first event of
Following Is the program as given:
Bugle Call Tomltnson
Hunting Song Klnscella
Sweet Melody Mana Zucca
Goldenrod Mana Zucca
Duet Falling Leaves. Bilhre
Harriet Bevlngton Audrey Brown
Story of Haydn Jack Nims
Russian Folk Tune.Dlller and Qualle
Bird Song Erb
Mary Elizabeth Dean
In the Gloaming Harrison
Merry Game Klnscella
Guitar Serenade Gaynor
The Witch Gaynor
A House by the Roadside , . Bilbre
Story of Schumann
Happy Farmer Schumann
Hunting Song Lynes
ELMO S. NEIL DROPS
DEAD Al HIS HOM
MANY VARIETIES OF APPLES
DISPLAYED AT EXPOSITION
Eighteen different varieties ot ap
ples were shown during the Winter
Fair. Sweepstakes for the best ex
hibit of fruit and nuts from one or-! from the Elks' temple at 2:30 o'clock
Elmo S. Nell dropped dead Satur
day night at his home east of the
city, as he was changing his clothes
preparatory to coming to Ashland.
Mr. Neil had been out all day rid
ing the ran go and came home In the
late evening, took a bath and chang
ed his clothes. He set down by the
stove to put his shoes on and died
without a word to anyone. He was
alone In the house with his wife who
called his brother as soon as she saw
that something was wrong, but all
life had ltft him long before the
brother or the doctor who was also
called, arrived at his bedside.
Mr. Neil was born In the valley
and had spent all of his 41 years in
and about Ashland. His parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Neil, came to this
vicinity In ..the 50'g and pioneered In
Mr. Neil's parents both preceded
him in death, and he is survived by
his wife, Mrs. Pearl (Parker) Nell,
one brother, Jesse Neil, and two sis
ters, Mrs. King and Mrs. Gerald Tor-
rence. Jesse Noll lives on the old
home place while the sisters are both
residents of the eastern part of the
Funeral services will be conducted
R. A. MIXKLER MARRIES
R. A. Mlnkler, of this city, and
Ada B. Bennett, of Portland, were
quietly married Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Dyslnger, at Roseburg.
Mr. Mlnkler Is a native of Ashland
and has a host of friends In the
city who wish him a long and happy
Mr. and Mrs. Mlnkler are In the
city for a few days' visit with Mr
Mlnkler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D
L. Mlnkler of C street, after which
they expect to leave for Portland
where they will make their future
Many Blue Ribbons
Given Local People
For Domestic Arts
DAIRY COURSE WILL
BE OFFERED AT 0.A.C
With a sympathetic group looking
on ut the last sad rites, Chief ot
Police Hatcher poured 16 (count
'cm) quarts, 26 pints and two one
gallon jugs of confiscated moonshine
likkor into the gutter Tuesday after
noon. In order that those in attendance
might not feel too badly, the chief
informed tho gathering that the lik
ker was very poor In quality, which
took the edge away from the bitter
D. M. Brower and E. R. Easterling
officiated at the services and signed
the affidavit of destruction.
ELAINE OLIVE HtKKLAXD
AND OMAR REIT.MAXN MARRY
Omar Reltmann and Elaine Olive
Freeland were quietly married Sun
day afternoon at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. George P. King, at 6 Beech
Mr. Reltmann is a civil engineer
end hag been employed for some time
on the Crater Lake highway through
the northern part of the county and
during the past few weeks has been
engaged In bridge work on the high
way. Mrs. Reltmann Is the daughter
of Mrs. Freeland, who lives near
Trail, and a cousin of Mrs. King, at
whose home the wedding occurred.
The young people expect to take
a wedding trip of a few weeks, after
which they will return to, the north
ern part of the county until the work
in which Mr. Reltmann is engaged
there is completed.
Only Immediate members of the
bride's family were present at the
wedding among who was a brother,
Eugene L. Freeland and wife, her GRANTS PASS LADIES 11 Kit K
chard were awarded to Albert John
son, with J. A. Gear second.
Following are the awards In the
STnglo Box DispIujH
New tow na A. Johnson, first; D.
Delicious A. Johnson, first; T. S.
Golden Delicious Ak Johnson,
Belleflower A. Johnson, first.
Winter Banana A. Johnson first;
A.1 Gear, second.
Shannon Pippin A. Johnson,
King David A. Johnson, first.
Spitzonburg A. Johnson, first;
S. Wiley, second.
Swaar A. Johnson, first.
Baldwin W. H. Kneebonei first;
F. E. French, second.
Blue Pearmaln J. A. Gear, first
Grimes Golden J. A. Gear, first.
White Permaln D. A. Owens,
first; J. A. Gear, second.
Willow Twig J. A. Gear, first.
Lawver J. A. Cear, first.
Johnathan J. A. Gear, first.
Arkansas Black J. A. Cear, first.
Gano J. A. Gear, first.
Newtowns T. S. Wiley, first; A.
H. Davenhlll, second.
Delicious A. Johnson, first; Mrs.
Mary E. Glenn, second.
Golden Delicious A. H. Johnson,
Belleflower A. H. Johnson., first.
Winter Banana A. II. Johnson,
first; T. S. Wiley, second.
Spitzonburg J. A. Gear, first.
Swaar A. H. Johnson, first.
Blue Permaln J. A. Gear, first.
Grimes Golden J. A. Gear, first.
White Permaln T. S. Wiley, first,
J. A. Gear, second.
Lawver J. A. Gear, first.
Willow Twig J. A. Gear, first.
Johnathan J. A. Gear, first.
Arkansas Black J. A. Gear, first.
Gano J. A. Gear, first. '
Winter Bartlett A. H. Daven
Winter Nellls J. S. Dale, first.
Tokay grapes C. A. Brown, first;
J. W. Pcllett, second.
Walnuts Fore Cramer, first.
Almonds Foss Cramer, first.
Creamery butter Ashland Cream
Best exhibit nuts from one or
chard J. A. Gear.
Wednesday afternoon, with Inter
ment at Hargadlne cemetery.
mother, Mrs. Freeland and Mr. and
Mrs. Ceorge P. King.
FOR MISSIONARY MEETING
Mrs. M. R. Britten and Mrs. Roy
MAXY SEALS AUK SOLD nacneu inoioreu up irom uran-
BY CITY SCHOOL PUPILS' t0 alten' tne nilslsonary meet-
DEATH CALLS HEER AT
LOCAL HOSPITAL FRIDAY
The many friends of L. James
Heer, of 117 High street, learned
with sadness of his death at the
Community hospital shortly before
noon today. Mr. Heer bad been ill
for but a short time, and was taken
to tho hospital this week suffering
with the stoppage of a blood vessel
In one of his lower limbs.
Mr. Heer had been identified with
this community for nearly a dozen
years( moving to Ashland 11 years
ago next month from the east. Dur
ing his residence here he has won
the respect of all those with whom
he had come In contact.
He was born In Galena, 111., March
in, 1872. After coming to Ashland,
he was interested in the Ashland
Storage plant for seven years, then
going with the American Express
company, where he was employed
until his recent illness. He was a
member ot the Elks lodge and the
Fraternal Brotherhood. Arrange
ments for the funeral services have
not been completed and will be an
Mr. Heer Is survived by his wife,
two married daughters, Mrs. C. L.
Anderson (Alda Heer), of Portland;
Mrs. Carl Smith (Zelda Heer), of
Dunsmulr; Miss Thelma Heer now
of Portland; Leslie Heer and Jimmle
Heer, of Ashland,
Learning to take full charge ot a
high class dairy herd either for
breeding or milk production takes a
long time at best, but this time is
materially reduced in a new course
for dairy herdsmen offered at O. A.
C, January 2 to June 10.
"The herdsmen's course seems just
suited to my condition," writes a
young man from central Oregon to
P. M. Brandt, chief of the dairy de
partment. "I have not finished the
high school and could not take the
full four year work in dairy hus
bandry. If any room is still left,
make me a reservation."
Care of the herd In pasture, lot
and barn, handling, grooming, milk
ing, feeding and breeding, will be
taught by -Instruction, laboratory
training, and experience with pure
bred college herds. Some ot the
college cowg are on test and mu3t
have skillful care, and when stu
dents get far enough into the depart
ment confidence to take over the
care of these champion cows, they
will have some rejojimendations
that other dairymen will be Interest
MASONIC ORGANIZATION BUYS
LOT FOU NEW RESIDENCE
DIES EARLY THIS MORNING
Jean Esther Trusty, five-months-
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kufus
Trusty, died this morning at 6
o'clock at the home of her parents.
Burial will take place Sunday in
Mountain View cemetery in charge
of H. C. Stock, funeral director.
The school children of Ashland
old Christmas seals Monday and
Tuesday cf this week, and aided very
much In this worthy cause. The
Anderson WiNea Musical Hlslorj
Great prominence is given an ar
ticle upon "Music Occupies an Im
portant Part In the University of
Oregon," printed in the December
number of "Music and Musicians,"
and written by John W. Ander
son, a senior in the school of jour
nalism at the University. The ar
ticle deals with the various musical
activities on the campus, such as the
men's and women's glee clubs, or
chestra, vesper services, and the co
operation of the school of music with
the Eugene churches, whereby the
citizens of Eugene are given the best
possible talent. Several noted sing
ers have been brought to Eugene by
the school ot music, Independent of
all lycenm numbers. In addition to!
Ashland lodge, A. F. & A. M., de
cided last night to buy the lot on
East Main street, now used by the
Carson Fowler company as a wood
lot, on which the Shell barber shop
and the Yockey real estate office is
located, to hold for Its new home
soon to be erected. The lot is 110
by 120, and the price is stated as
It Is understood that all the Ma
sonic bodies will join in building a
fine new temple, one of the best on
Young MaeCrackcn Honored
Additional honors have been re
ceived by Chester MacCracken, a
senior In chemical engineering at the
Oregon Agricultural college, accord
Ing to word received by his parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Gordon MacCracken
yesterday. Young MacCracken writes
that he has just been pledged by a
chemical engineering honor frater
nity, the second to have so honored
him. In his letter he also stated
that he expected to be in Ashland
Saturday night, and that Dr. Char
lea S. Price, the evangelist, was the
guest of his fraternity, Sigma Phi
Epsllon, tor three days. During the
Christmas recess MacCracken will be
employed by the shoe department of
the finders' store.
Ing held yesterday afternoon in the
Baptist church. Mrs. Beswick had his journalistic career, Anderson is
charge of the services, which were j prominent in musical circles, having
opened by devotional exercises and j been a member and manager ot the
a short business session. Then Mrs.' orchestra for several years. Miss
fourth grade of Junior high school Britten, who is district secretary of Hicks, of the Ashland library, has
Their sales the Columbia River Missionary so- the December number on her desk.
This entitles :Oety delivered the address. She IIuMtothflll Under Way-
sold the most seals,
amounted to $37.21.
the fourth grade to the possession
of the silver loving cup. which was
held during the pas year by the
same grade. Miss McCredle is the
teacher of the winning grade.
At the Hawthorne school. Mint
Temple's room sold $33.91 worth.
The total seal tale by the school
spoke of the work laid out by the! Basketball practice at Ashland
convention board, and the progress' high school is now well under wjv.
of the northern Baptists in general, with a scries of inter-class contests
and gave many helpful hints to the coming to a close this evening, a
.society. jpame between the juniors and the
"He Hideth My Soul" was ren- sophomores for the supremacy o the
dered as a solo, by Mrs. Hackett in school. The seniors were. decisively
a most pleasing manner. A sub-1 defeated recently by the sophomores.
Home Banana Train
A train load ot bananas, consist
ing of 28 cars, passed through Ash
land last night. This is the eleventh
train load of this fruit that has
passed through here recently, but
this shipment was slightly larger
than any of the paBt shipments.
These trains are handled on practic
ally passenger (rain time, only 30
minutes being allowed to get the cars
through the local yards.
Arrive from Klamath
Dr. J. M. Webster, of Phoenix,
came over the mountain from Klam
ath Falls Thursday, making the trip
In five hours, and reports the roads
as being in very good shape despite
the fact that there is considerable
snow on top ot the mountain, all ot
which Is packed solid and served to
fill ud all ruts. Rev. and Mrs. Hu-
lutt came with the doctor and stop
ped In Ashland. They expect to be
in this section for several days and
will visit some of the Sunday schools,
at well at look after other matters in
connection with the work in the
Masons Elect Officers
The stated meeting of Ashland
lodge No. 23, A. F. A.'M., was held
last night in the Masonic temple, and
the following officers were elected
for the coming year: Karl P. Nims,
children was. Junior high. $102; stantlal luncheon was served lo the, while the freshmen were defeated by
Hawthorne. $65.21; total, $167.29. basement of the building, t goodly.the juniors. Members ot the rer.u-
Tbe committee extends a hearty j number of the ladies of the church lar quintet have not yet been select-t master; Milton H. Ellis, senior war
vote of thanks to the teachers and and congregation being present. Thejed, and the best material showing! den; S. A. Peten Jr., Junior war
chjldren of th public school for jcrants Past ladies returned the same, up during the Inter-clast garnet will den; William Day, secretary, and E.
their co-operation In this work.
I vie for positions on the first squad. V. Carter, treasurer.
A large number of local people
placed entries in the domestic de
partment during the Winter Fair.
Following Is the list of prize winners
in this department:
Sweepstakes, best collection can
ned fruit Wilma Nutter first; Dr.
Maude I. Hawley, second.
Best collection canned vegetables
Dr. Maude I. Hawley, first; . Mrs.
A. II. Davenhlll, second.
Peas Mrs. Mary E. Glenn, first;
Miss E. D. Palmer, second.
String beans Mrs. A. H." Daven
hill, first; Mrs. T, 8. Hackler sec
Sweet cucumber pickles-
Sweet pickled peaches Dr. Maude
I. Hawley, first; Mrs. Mary E. Glenn
Dill pickles 'Mrs. T. W. Sanford,
Whole canned peaches Wllma
Nutter, first; Mrs. T. S. Hackler,
Whole canned pears Mrs. T. S.
Hackler, first; Mrs. A. H. Daven
Canned sq'dash Mrs. Geo. Jarvis,
first and second.
Light canned cherries Mrs. Geo.
Jarvis, first; Mr. T. S. Hackler,
Dork canned cherries Mrs. T. S.
Hackler, first; Mrs. O. McCracken
Canned gooseberries Mrs. C. A.
Canned loganberries Mrs.' Elhart.
first; Dr. M. I. Hawley, second. ,-
Red raspberries Mrs.. C. A
Brown, first; Mrs. E. D. Palmer,
Canned strawberries Mrs. J. E.
Gowland, first; Emallne Allen, sec
Canned plums Mrs. E. D. Pal
mer, first; Mrs. J. E. Gowland, sec
ond. Canned figs Mrs. G. McCracken,
Canned corn Mrs. Lucy Crews,
first; Mrs. T. S. Hackler, second.
Canned Beets Mrs. A. H. Daven
hlll, first; Mrs. Elhart, second.
Canned carrots Mrs. T. S. Hack
Canned asparagus Mrs. Geo. Jar
Strawberry Mrs. J. H. Frohboes
Apple Mrs. J. R. Reachert, first.
Currant Mrs. E. O. Smith, first;
Miss Russell, second.
Loganberry Emallne Allen, first;
Mrs. E. O. Smith, second.
Grape Mrs. Mary E. Glenn, first;
Mrs. J. Gyger, second.
Plum Mrs. J. Gyger, first; Mrs:
E. O. Smith, second.
Dairy butter Mrs. T. L. Nutter,
first; Mrs. J. E. Gowland, second
Evaporated fruit Dr. M. I. Haw
Brwafl and Cakes
Graham Mrs. George S. Gray,
Rolls MVs. H. W. Hale, first;
Mrs. Geo. S. Gray, second.
Rye bread Mrs. J. P. Norby, first,
White bread Mrs. J. Gyger, first,
Salt, rising bread Miss Pygall,
Angel cake Mrs. A. H. Davenhlll,
White layer cake Emallne Allen,
Chocolate cake Mrs. Mary E.
Dark loaf cake Mrs. TV W. Hitch
cock, first; Mrs. Earl Nutter second.
White loaf cake Eileen Nutter,
Sponge cake Mrs. E. D. Palmer,
first; Mrs. G. McCracken, second
Honey, J. Larkin Grubb, first.
Collection of candy Mrs. C. A.
Angel cake (baked by 14-year-old
boy) Kenneth Hobson, first.
Sweepstakes Dark layer cake, by
Mrs. G. McCracken.
Beets Lucille Beswick, first; J.
F. Pace, second.
Mangle wurtzel Lucille Beswick,
first; J. F. Pace, second.
Sugar beets--L. S. Hackler, first.
Cabbage L. S. Hackler, first.
Potatoes Geo. W. Grey, first; H.
H. Leavitt, second.
Squash J. F. Pace, first; J. Gy
Pumpkins J. Gyger,. second.
Carrots L. S. Hackler, first; J. F.
Yellow Dent Upton Bros. Cen
tral Point, first; L. S. Hackler. Tal
White Dent L. S. nackler, first;
J. Gyger, Ashland, second.
Popcorn H. B. Carter, Ashland,
first; L. S. Hackler, second.
Special, best display of corn L. S.
RE IX HART WINS CASE
IX LOCAL JUSTICE COURT
The case of Reinhart vs. Mitchell
was tried in Justice Gowdy's court
Saturday afternoon, and resulted in
a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum
of $189, the full amount asked for
in the complaint.
The case grew out rf an au"j acci
dent which ocuurrel several months
ago at the corner of North Main and
Granite streets, when the Reluhnrt
car, driven by Mr. Rlnhart's daugh
ter, wag struck full In the side by a
car driven and owned by J. W.
Mitchell, of Medford.
The Reinhart car had only been
used 16 days at the time of the acci
dent, and was so damaged that in
order to remove a'l marks of the
smashup, an entire new body would
have to be placed cn the car.
The - dofenco offered no evidence
In the case, as they expected cj ap
peal from the juiihe court.
Attorneys Brlggs and Brlggs rep
resented the plaintiff, while Attor
ney Porter J. Neff was Mi. Mitchell's
Claimant names as witnesses:
John Crove3, of Ashland, Oregou.
Al. Hopkins, of Ashland, Oregon.
' Frank Richardson, of Ashland,
Claude Long, of Ashland, Oregon.
W. H. CANNON,
SUMMON!) FOR PUBLICATION IX
FORECLOSURE OK TAX I.1EX
EXTERTAIXS FRIENDS AT
LUNCHEON AXD BRIDGE
Mrs. T. J. Coffman entertained a
Inthe Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Juckson County.
City of Ashland,' a municipal cor
poration, plaintiff, vs. H. L. White
and all others claiming any right,
title, estate, Hon or interest in and
to the real property herienafter de
To H. L. White, tho above named
defendant. In (he name of the State
' You are hereby notified that tho
City of Ashland is the holder of Cer
tlficate of Delinquency numbered
6249, Issued on the 6th day of Jan
uary, 1919, by the Tax Collector of
the County of Jackson, State ot Ore
f.oii, for the amount of fortv-eluht
and 95-1000 Dollars, the same boln
the amount then due and delinquent
for taxes for the year 1916, together
wiw penalty, Interest and costs thero
on upon tiie real property assessed
to you, of which you are the owner
as appears oT record, situated In suld
county nnd 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 la
DllHBlrn A .1,1 II- I 1 - 11. nil . - . .
number of her friends at a bridge1 .""'"'i """"' " meiuy oi ash-
, . , . .land, Jackson county Oregon,
party Thursday afternoon, at her You are further notified that said
home on Pioneer street. A very en- City of Ashland has paid taxes on
joyable time was had by all piesentlsa!d Premises for prior or subsequent
both with the cards and the delight- Z fToJ? '"" n
ful twocourse luncheon which the Tax for 1917. paid Jan. 6, 1919.
hostess served. I tax receipt No. 22098. amount $37.65
The invited guests were Mesdames ''ttte of Interest 12 per cent.
V. V. Mills, John F. FInneran, R. L.I, " 'i, "V.,U UBU .V-""'
n , ,,, . ! ., i tax receipt no. 18787, amount $35.47,
Duruic, winium unggs, jewion nar- rate of Interest 12 per cent,
rison, O. A. Paulserud, S. A. Robin-' Tax for 1919, paid Apr. 5, 1920,
ett, Edmund Dews, Earl LlttlechlldJ ta receipt No. 10662, amount $40.34
F. a swedenhurg E. D. Brlggs. Max j joltpn.d Mar.
GeBauer, J. M. Wagner, Amos Nin-( 26, 1921, tax receipt No. 8502,
Inger K. P. Nims, J. II. McGee, H. I amount $25.79, rate of interest 12
K. Tomllnson, Dr. Mattle Shaw andiPercent-
Mlsg Roberta Ward. High score ..' J- ft JX'i.Sf!
won by Miss Ward, while Mrs. E. D.ramolln, $25.79, rate of Interest 12
Brlggs wag second.
Tax for first half 1921, paid Apr.
2, 1922, tax receipt No. 10243,
amount $26.48, rate of Interest 12
Tax for second half 1921. paid
Sept. 28, 1922, amount 26.48, rate
. Eunice Wing, six-year-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Wing, of;01 Interest 12 per cent.
Aiiunn .coo .0 vo o ,. ii,. r i i Note Receipt . for second
not vr i,nrpfvnf!
birthday party one day this week Inj Said H. L Wnite as tne owner of
honor of her sixth birthday. j the legal title of the above described
The little folks enjoyed themselves! property as the same appears ot rec
during the afternoon, and did full!ord and ea'h of the other persons
nhnva n 'i m o if it pa harohtr furl Vi ttV n rvf 1 .
Justice to the dainty refreshments fled tl)at thc plaintf; wI11 apply ,
that were served before the hour of .the Circuit Court of the County and
departure arrived. ritate aforesaid for a decree forcclos-
The Invited eiiests were Clarion ,nl lne "en aSalnRl tllft Properly
described and mentioned in
said certificate. And you are hereby
stance Willard, Jean Nell, Mildred, summoned to appear wl hin CO days
Dunn, Frances Eastburn, Charlotte after the first publication of this
Mitchell, Marietta Whitney, Yvonne! summons, exclusive of the day of
. . , said first publication, and defend
Sheppard, Ruth Doan. Freda Doan, tl.,3 actlon or pav fne iimollIlt ,, aR
Eleanor Doan John Edwards, Mel- above shown, toRether with cosis and
borune Mast and David Willard.
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
WANTED Men or women to take. prenilses above named.
orders for genuine guaranteed
hosiery for men, women and rhil
dren. Eliminates darning. Sal
ary $50 a week full time, $1 in
hour spare time. Experience un
necessary. International Stocking
Mills, Norrlstown, Pa. 8-10
DR. K. B. ANGELIi Chiropractic
and Electro-Therapy. The combi
nation does wonders. First Nat'l
.Bank Bldg. Phone 48-142.
"Nature abhors a vacuum" tf
inis snmmons in puousnea iot or
der of the Honorable F. M. Calkins,
Judge of the Circuit Courf ot tho
S'nte of Oregon for the 'County of
Jackson, nnd said order was mado
and dated this 2d day of Dccembev,
1922, and the date of the first pub
lication of this summons Is the 6 lt
day of December, 1922.
All process and papers in this pro
ceeding may be served upon the un
dersigned residing within the Slat.)
of Oregon at the. address hereafter
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon,
December 11, 1922.
NOTICE is hereby given that Riley
Kennedy, of R. 1, Box 160, Ashland,'
Oregon, who, on July 10, 1918, made
Homestead Entry, Serial No. 011330
for the SWW of NWV4 of Section 13, !
Township 40 S., Range 2 E., Wlllam-,
ette Meridian, has filed notice of In
tention to make final three yearj
Proof, to establish claim to the land!
above described, before F. Roy Davis,
U. S. Commissioner, at his office, at!
Medford, Oregon, on the 22nd day
of January, 1923.
WM. M. BRIGGS.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Pioneer Block, Ashland,
Homes and acreage. Farms and
All Kinds of Good Insurance
Ashland Agents ot Abstract Co
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