Ashland American. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-1927, February 04, 1927, Image 11

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    ASHLAND AMERICAN
PAPER EXPLAINS
ARO UN D T H E
C O U R T H O U SE
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OUR TROUBLE
(R eported by Jackson County A b ­
stract Co., Sixth Street and
Central Avenue. M edford)
TOO L IT T L E BOOSTING IS MOST
Clerk's Office
Albert Shaw, assumes the business
SE R IO U S ILL.
Lemon C. Charley et ux to I. L.
Bradshaw, W. D. $10000, Ld in Sec.
14. Twp 36, S. R. 1 East.
City of M edford to J. W. G ustaf­
son et ux, W. D. $10.00, Lot 1, Blk
8, Kendall Add to Medford.
Felis Bernordino to J. R. Maxe-
don et ux, W. D. $10.00, lot on
Mountain avenue, Ashland.
E. E. Gore et ux to Minnie F.
Jarm in, W. D. $10.00 lot 4, Blk 4,
Fruitdale Add to Medford.
Harry C. Gilbert et ux to Marvin
E. Blaylock et ux, W. I). $1.00 Pt
Blk 9, Park add to Medford.
Edgar G. W hiteside et al to W al­
ter H. Leverette, W. D. $10.00, lot
3, Blk 2, C entral Point.
Fred N eatham er to Frank J. Mc-
Carvel, W. D. $500, ld in sec. 9, twp
35 S. R. 4 W est.
Alton W. Stone et ux to W alter
H. Leverette et ux, W. D. $10.00 Ld
in DLC 44 Twp 37 S. R. 1 West.
NOTICE TO C R E D IT O R S
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
th at the undersigned has, by order of
the county court of Jackson county,
Oregon, been appointed as adminis-
tratix of the Estate of Isabell J.
Stines, deceased, and has duly quali­
fied as such. All persons having
claims against said estate are here­
by notified and required to present
the same, duly verified as required
by law, within six months a fte r the
date of the first publication of this
notice, which first publication is the
7th day of January, 1927. My resi­
dence is Medford, Oregon, and place
of business is First National Bank
Building in said city.
FRANCES COCHRAN,
A dm inistratix of the Estate of
Isabell Stine, Deceased.
W. E. Phipps, A ttorney for said es­
tate, First National Bank Building,
Medford, Oregon,
j. 7-f. 4
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We thought that we had caught
little Gustave, our poetic office boy.
the other day when he came in and
asked: “ Can I have Thursday off,
sir?" ’
"To go to your grandm other’s
funeral, I suppose?” ’
“ No, sir * I am a witness in her
divorce case!”
Dance
name of "Phipps Auto Park Service.’
Harvey M. M cIntyre, estate, inven­
Dance bills printed with new de­
tory and appraism ent.
C anter Earl Wilson, estate, in­
signs and attractive styles. See the
ventory and appraisem ent.
Ashland American for Valentine
John W orden, estate, inventory
dance
bills or any other occassion.
and appraisem ent.
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Ivy Belle Bonar, estate, adm itted
Enact Laws To Appeal to Industrial to probate.
Auction.
Edson Keith & company, vs. Mrs.
Goin to have an auction sale. We
II. Simon, summons.
Catains and Men of Means,
A. B. Cunningham vs. Medford
ire equipped with appropriate stock
Produce & Storage Co., stipulation,
Says Story.
cuts to print large auction sale bills,
reply, am ended complaint.
stock show bills, general sales, etc.
Recorder’» Office.
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W. II. Cushman et ux, to Ray
For auction bills, as well as any job
W arner, W. D. $10.00. Ld in Sec. 27
printing,
call on the Ashland Am­
Not too much boosting, but too Twp
33, S. R. 1 West.
erican in the Shook block. Phone 95.
little, is one of the most serious ills Dewey
L E G A L N O TIC ES
Kunkler et ux, to C. W.
with which the people of Oregon are M cFadden et ux, W. D. $10.00, Lot
SUMMONS
afflicted, and is one of the condi­ 26, Ruby Add. to Medford.
William E. W heeler et ux. to
tions retarding the developm ent 7o«roe
River Tim ber Co., Q. C. D. In the Circuit Court for the State of
within the borders of the state.
$10.00, land in Jackson county.
Oregon, for Jack io n county.
J. N eff et ux, to Mary Wil­
Those of us who have traveled cox P orter
Conner, Q. C. D., $1.00, lot on J. H. DUTTON,
P laintiff
over the principal geographical dis­ Belmont
avenue, Medford.
tricts of Oregon and have caught an H arry Gillingham et ux, to J. C. LILLIE DUTTON, vs.
D efendant
insight into the vast natural resour­ Barnes, y. C. I). $10.00, ld in DLC To LILLIE DUTTON, D efendant:
37, S. R. 2 West.
THE NAME OF THE STATE
ces of the state know full well that 88. H. Twp
P. H argrave et ux, to Alfred OF IN OREGON,
you are hereby noti­
they hold- out sufficient possibilities J. Weeks.
Q. C. I). $1.00, pt block fied and required
to appear and
to entitle them to a full m easure of 55. city of Medford.
answ
er
the
com
plaint
the plain­
G. J. Prescott, et ux, to F. E. tiff filed aguinst you of
publicity. Only those with limited T routier
in
the
W. I). $10.00, lot on entitled Court and cause, on or above
be­
vision can fail to realize th at O re­ I East Ninth et ux,
street, Medford.
gon is potentially one of the w ealth­ H arry Gillingham et ux, to J. C. fore the 3rd day of February, 1926,
if you fail to answ er the same
iest states in the nation. Only those Barnes et al, Q. C. I). $10.00, ld in that
before th at date, the plaintiff will
88 Twp 37, S. R. 2 West.
who have become unreasonably en­ DLC
to the Court for the relief de­
Ogg to N. B. H arris et ux, apply
am ored of other states can fail to W. G. I). (J. $10.00,
in said com plaint, which is
lot 15, M atthews Add manded
for a decree forever dissolving the
enthuse over the m any advantages to Ashland.
bonds of m atrim ony now existing be­
E. Hilty to Louis Hilty, W. tween
Oregon holds for those seeking to I). Carl
plaintiff and defendant, and
$10.00,
S
E
y
Sec.
10
Twp
38
S.
better their present condition to R. 2 East.
for the custody and control of the
which they are lim ited in their pres­ S heriff to Riley Myers, Deed, m inor child of said m arriage named
$190.85, E ta of lot 8, Amy’s Cot- in said complaint.
ent scene of operations.
summons is served upon you
E. Thomas, et ux, to II. D. for This
We are not so much interested in tage W\ Add,
the period of six consecutive
to C entral Point.
You depend upon the battery in your car much more
w hat C alifornia and other states have Powell et ux. W.D. 10.00, lot in DLC weeks and seven publications there­
of, in the Ashland American, a
done, or are doing. That which should 79 Twp 37 S.R. 2 Wesi.
than you realize. W ithout its ever-ready response to
et ux, to P. (). Craw­ weekly news paper printed on T hurs­
be our first concern is to reveal the ford E. et Renshaw
your demands driving would be far from the plea­
ux.
W.
I).
$10.00,
lots
3
and
of each week in Central Point,
wealth of vast natural resources 1, blk 1, Siskiyou Heights Add. to day
Oregon, commencing with the issue
sure it is. W e are equipped to keep your Battery
abounding in Oregon. Those in posi­ Medford.
of December 30th, 1926, in pursu­
at the top service mark.
W. II. Applegate et ux, to H. F. ance of an order of the Honorable
tion to know are authority for the Preabs,
et
ux,
W.
I).
$10.00,
Id
in
C.
M.
Thomas,
Judge
of
the
above
statem ent th at Oregon is barely DLC 61, Twp 37, S. R. 2 West.
named Court, m ade and entered
known east of the Rocky m ountains M. F. Preabs et ux, to W. H. herein
on the 28th day of December,
DRIVE IN
Yet there are those who tell us that Applegate et ux, W. I). $10.00 ld in 1926.
DLC
57
Twp
57
S.
R.
2
West.
W.
G.
TRILL,
it is not publicity we need, but con­
T. Meier et ux, to Bertha
A ttorney for Plaintiff
structive legislation. “ E nact laws L. George
A u t o E le ctric G a r a g e
Tim m erm an, W. D. $10.00, lots My residence and Postoffice ad­
which will appeal to industrial cap­ 8, 9, 10. 11 and 12. blk 4, Laurel- dress is:
Add to Medford.
C entral Point, Oregon
tains and men of m eans,” is the ad­ hurst
East Main
Phone 127
Mary
J.
E.
Goodyear,
to
W.
II.
d
-3
1
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vice of those owl-wise individuals Graham et ux, W. I). $10.00 lot on
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who decry a perm anent and aggres­ Church St., Ashland.
sive campaign of advertising. There Albert (). M attison et ux to H erb­
A. Cook et ux. W. 1). $10.00, lot
can be no objection to sane legisla­ ert
13,
1, Park Add to Medford.
tion and it can go hand in hand with J. Blk
J. Morton et al to Edward E.
a growing advertising campaign. Morton et ux, Q. C. D. $10.00, Lots
11, 12, 13, Blk 13, Central Point
However, if Oregon is as unknown 10, George
II. Sweeny to N. B. Stod­
as many tell us, there will have to be dard,
W. I). $10.00, Lot 6, Blk 18,
some means of conveying to prospec­ Butte Falls.
tive settlers the fact th at we are W. S. Hoagland et ux. to M argaret-
et vir, W. D. $10.00
making a special bid for them te Lot I. 7, Hoagland
Blk
57,
Point.
through legislation. It is evident that Wm. Olson et Central
ux to A. D. And­
in any event that what we require is rews et ux, W. I). $10.00, N 4 of
NW Sec. 22 Twp 35 S. R. 1 W est.
advertising and plenty of it.
A. I). Andrews et ux to B. O.
There is now before the legislature Eakin, et ux, W. D. $10.00, Ld in
a bill which has for its purpose the NW G Sec. 22 Twp 35, S. R. 1 West
A. D. Andrews et ux, to Oliver B.
appropriation of $,'10,000 'annually Eakin
ux, W. D., $10.00, Ld in
for a three-year period to aid in NW ' 4 et
Sec. 22 Twp 35 S. R. 1 West
financing the work of the Oregon City of Medford to J. H. Newton
ux. W. D. $10.00, Lot 3, Blk 50,
Land Settlem ent departm ent through et
You may see a copy of this issue of The Ashland
Medford.
contributions of Portland business E. C. Richmond et ux to Will
American, and it is possible that you have not
men. The Land Settlem ent depart­ Luman et ux, W. D. $10.00, Lot on
m ent succeeded in locating 1*00 new Tripp street, Medford.
signed up for a year’s subscription. We want and
Lola Freem an Kincaid et vir, to
fam ilies in the state during the year William
J.
Freem
an
et
ux,
W.
D.
ending Septem ber 30. They were not $10.00. Ld in DLC 56, Twp 37, S.
need you on our list. We want you in The Ameri­
m erely settlers, but fam ilies with fi­ R. 2 West.
J. Freem an et ux to
nancial m eans whose total invest­ Lola William
can family, want your suggestions and any news
Freem
an
W. D. $10.00
m ents in Oregon lands and property Ld in DLC 56, Kincaid.
Twp 37 S. R. 2 W est
am ounted to $1,931,075. The same Leonard J. Freem an et ux to W.
items at any time you can tell us. Send them or mail
departm ent during the past three .1. Freem an et ux. W. D. $10.00, Ld
DLC 56 Twp 37 S. R. 2 West.
them. Simply address it to Ashland American,
years located in the state 2,302 new n W.
J. Freem an et ux. to Leonard
fam ilies who invested a total of $10,- J. Freem
an, W. D. $10.00 Ld in
Ashland. Following is a form we surely hope you
274,718 in Oregon farm s and equip­ DLC 56 Twp 37 S. R. 2 W est.
R.
W.
Sleeter
et
ux
to
S.
R.
ment. The work of the departm ent
will fill out and mail today. Every issue will be more
Bralev et ux W. D. $10.00 Vt int in
speaks for itself. It has barely begun W
>i
lots
8.
9.
10.
11.
Blk
1,
East
and much th at it has done is ac­ Heights Add to Medford.
fascinating. You will hear from us and be interested.
cum ulated and will later result in Bert Anderson et ux to R. W.
et ux to R. W. Sleeter et al,
many other fam ilies coming to the Sleeter
W.
D.
$10.00,
Lots 4. 5. 6. 7. 8, 9,
state to make their home.
10. 11, Blk 1, East Heights Add to
The results obtained by the Land Medford.
Butler & Thompson Co., Medford
Settlem ent departm ent also dem on­ Center
Co. W. D. $100, Lots
strated the value of state advertis­ 1-2-3-4. Bldg.,
Blk 21. Medford.
ing and colonization. No better C. R. Bralev et ux. to R. W.
et ux. W. D. $10.00,
int
proof is required of the necessity and Sleeter
in
EMi,
lots
8.
9.
10.
11.
B1V
1,
East
Date
im portance of birning to the aten- Heights Add to Medford.
tion of those residing in other states Mabel M. Zanf et vir to H. C. Best
Ashland A m erican—
the opportunities prevailing in O re­ W. D. $10.00, Ld in DLC 40 Twp 38
S.
R.
2
West.
gon In the face of these results, how Gussie C. Thomas et vir to J. T.
Inclose find $2.00 for a year’s subscription
can anyone argue against an endless Davis
et ux W. D. $8000. N. 90 ft
to The Ashland American.
campaign of publicity?
'ots 17, 18, 19 and 20, Blk 15. Med-I
ford.
The great trouble with Oregon is Charlie P ainter et n r to Albert
My name is ..................
...........
that we have too many self-satisfied Painter.
W. D. $225.00. lot 8, Blk
people and too many who have failed "8 Centre* Point.
H arrv Gilingham et u r to L r
to grasp the possibilities prevailing 'torn«,«
Address
n $10«0. E U lot 6
within its borders. They are the 'nt 5 Rll, Q. t C Palms
Add to M"dford
people who warn against boosting E. E. Phinns et ux to .1. IT. Denni«
R. F. I).
to t 5, Highland Park
and advertising. There are others W D. to $ 'o M o no
rffo rd .
who take it for granted that inas­ G A. D” nlnn fndm r) to Trustee«- I
much as they know Oregon, the state T plrcf P r sbvte**««>o Ch” rch of
«* $n°5.00 lots 5. 6. 11 !
is known all over the country. The
1. Phoenix.
three predom inate, and as a result and 12. Blk
t ’- ' K n n v
T . i« « o rn o ro te fl t o I
we are ten or tw enty years behind
^ Tl'ijifr W D *10 00 \A\ \
in telling the story of our advantages
s e<* in Two 37 S. R. 1 Wp«t
et OX to .1 F. Dit« *
to those unacquainted with condi­ p -»V p, r » Per«»
» T W D. $ 1 0 .0 0 .
5
tions here.— Medford Daily News. Blk 1, T uttles
2nd Ave, to Medford
20 Y ear Behind Time
Perhaps More Than You Realize
A Personal
Solicitation
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