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About Ashland American. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-1927 | View This Issue
by Jackson County Ab-
■ tract Co., Sixth Street and
Central A fe n u e , M ed ford )
CLERIC’ S OFFICE
j . W. LaTourrette, et al, vs. C.
J. Semon, et al, amended omplaint.
Pine Kelt Fanking Co., vs. Port
land Assn o f Credit Men. affidavit
Revenue Mining Co., affidavit order
Velma E. Jennings, vs Sam Jen
nings, findings and conclusions, de
C. E. Gates Auto Co., vs. J. B.
Johnson, chattel lien.
Ethel Klingle, vs, George Klingle
findings and conclusion, decree.
Edith V. Amberg, vs. George A.
Amberg, findings and conclusions,
Southern Oregon Credit Bureau,
vs. Orval B. Zimmerman, transcript
Thomas McGrill, vs Joe T. Brew
er, et al, cost o f attachment.
Ardith F. Short, vs. William J.
.P. Elliott, vs, Warsh Motor
Co., chattel lien.
B. F. Paul, etal, xvs. Indusrtial
Acident commission, appellants, op
posing argument agaipst motion.
H. W. Hall, eta 1, vs. Clark Men-
son, etal, stritc foreclosure.
Bert McEwen, vs. Beall Pipe &
Tank corporation, damages.
Geo. P. Blanchin, vs. The Bee
Hive Mining Co., cost bill.
Big Pines Lbr Co., vs. F. W.
Jones, cost bill.
Perry E. Wynkoop, vs. Cora M.
Big Pines Lbf. Co., vs. R. Hol-
lopeter, cost bill.
W. H. Stewart, D. McPherson, L.
“ Stewart McPherson Lumber co.
E. R. Pech and E. L. Daley, as
sume the business name o f Liberty
E. H. Immport assumes the busi
ness name o f “ Lamport’s”
F. Roy Davis assumes the busi
ness name o f “ Davis Sporting Good
Aloe Adjusting Bureau incorp, vs.
A. C. Hapgood, Mrs. A. C. Hapgood
transcript o f jugment.
L. Penington, et al vs. Ben Beary
et al, order.
Nate Scholfield, vs, The Thomp
son Creek Irrigation Assocation a
corporation, fo money
Cora M. Nodine, adminstratrix, vs
Klamath ocunty, for money.
Medford Irrigation district, vs. Ro
gue River Valley Canal Co., et al,
E STA TE S
Estes, W D $10, W tt of SW Sec.
2 Twp 36 S. R. 3 West.
( entral Land & Mining Company
to R. M. Sherman, W D $10, 3-5 int
in EVi of NW, SW of NW, NW of
SE, SW Vi Sec. 4. Twp 37 S R 3 W.
M. F. Hanley et ux to E. B. Han
ley Q C D $1. Ld in DLC 38 Twp
37, S R 1 West.
Chester F. Easter, et ux to J. E.
Gowland, Q C D $10, Lots 15, 16.
17, Bellevue tract.
J. A. Neher et u xto W. H. Fear
W D $1, Ld in Sec. 8 Twp 36 S.
R. 1 East.
L. L. Norcross et a!, to Elbert
W. Hedgpeth, et ux, W D $10, Ld
in Sec. 2 Twp 37 S. R. 2 West.
Elbert W. Hedgpeth et ux to
James L. Dole, et ux, W D $10. Ld
in Sec. 2 Twp 37 S. R. 2 West.
E. C. Payne, et ux to Glenn M.
Young, et ux, deed $1, Lot 26, Ash
land Homestead Ass’n Tract.
J. E. Nichols et ux to John A.
Anderson, Q C D $1, Lot 2, Sec. 28
Twp 36 S. R. 2 West.
E. C. Payne, et ux to Clyde G.
Young, et ux, deed $1, Lot 24 Ash
land Homestead Ass’n tract.
E. C. Payne, et ux to H. Dale
Young, et ux, deed $1, Lot 25, Ash
land Homestead Ass*n tract.
Paul S. Wallace, et ux to Louisa
E. Winkler, deed $10, EVi o f W Mt
Sec. 10 Twp 39 S. R. 2 East.
K. M. Moty et al to D. P. Peter
son, et ux, W D $1, Lot 4, Blk 6,
Park Add. to Medford.
Minnie L. Stickel to Wm. G. Da
vis et ux, W D $10, Lot 9, Blk 2,
Dr. Geo. J. Kinz, et ux to C. F.
Fay, Q C D $10, Lots 9 and 10,
Blk 50, Summit Add. to Ashland.
Lulu Helms, et vir to Wallace
Woods, W I) $10, W. 10-ft lot 20,
all lot 21, Blk 1, Fruitdale Ad. to
Mathew Guering to Albeft T.
Mcllvain et ux, W D $10, ld in sec.
4 twp 41, S. R. 4 West.
John W. Smith et al to Rollin E.
Smith, Q C D, $1, E. 10 acres o f
SW of NW sec. 27 twp 36 S. R. 1
Frank S. Smith et ux to Rollin E.
Smith Q C I) $1, E. 10 acres o f SW
o f NW sec. 27 twp 36 S. R. 1 West.
Hugh F. Dosier et ux to W. H.
Grow et ux, W D $10, ld in secs.
3 and 10 twp 40 S. R. 2 East.
Ralph E. Koozer, et al to Bag-
Id in DLC 59 and 60 twp 39 S. R.
I. L. Bradshaw et ux to Eagle
Point Irrig, dist, Q C D $10, ld in
Secs 34 and 35 twp 35, S. R. 1 W.
John A. Torney to Rollin E.
Smith, Q C D $1, E. 10 acres o f SW
o f NW sec. 27 twp 36 S. R. 1 W.
J. A. Perry et ux to M. C. Wright
W D $500, lot 6. Perry’s second
Joe A. Thomas et ux to W. E.
Thomas, et ux, W D $10, lot 5,
Blk 53, Medford.
Edgar G. Whiteside et ux to W.
E. Thomas, et ux, W D $10, lot
4, blk 2, Shields Add to Central
J. G. McNabb et ux to R. V. Wil
liams, W D $10, NW o f NW sec.
21 twp 35, S. R. 2 West.
Anna Rose Lawrence, et al to
George F. Bradley, Q C D $1, ld ir.
secs. 22 and 23 twp 34, S. .R. 1 E
John R. Leslie et ux to Mabel
Reachert, W D $10, lot on Van
Ness Ave., Ashland.
Norman F. Ohrt, et ux to Chas.
H. Toney, W D $10, Lots 5 and 6,
Blk 2, Orchard Add to Medford.
W. F. Garrison et ux to A. L.
Young, et ux, W D $10, Lot 4, Bis-
sell’s Add. to Medford.
Charles H. Brown et ux to Walter
H. Leverette, Q C D $10, NW sec
8 twp 37 S. R. 1 West.
James L. Dole et ux to Elbert
Wr. Hedgpeth, et ux W D $10, lot
14, Constant tract to Central Point.
C. H. Rogers to O. L. Dow, Q.
C D II, Lots in Block 1, Frances
Add. to Medford.
Lawrence W'ade et ux to Ollie
Pankey, W D $10, Vt int in lot 7,
blk 54, Central Point.
Ida Mortenson et ux to E. F. Mow
ry, W D $10, ld in Sec. 29 twp 36
5 R 2 West.
PROPOSED G R E A T
N OR TH W E STER N
—R E G I S T E R E D —
The proposed new bridge across
the Columbia river at Longview and
Rainier is interesting the people o f
Washington and Oregon.
At a recent state and federal hear
ing in Portland the following facts
were brought out: Cost o f bridge
and approaches, $3,400,000. Total
length o f bridge: 3,618 feet. Ap
proaches 5,000 feet. Width of ship
channel span 750 feet from center
to center o f high pier. Height of
ship channel span above water 165
feet. Depth o f water in ship chan
nel at low tide, 30 feet. Tolls for
passengers and vehicles 'ixed by
Bridge to be erected and main
tained by private capital, without
expense to Oregon or Washington,
or to counties or cities on either
side o f the river.
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' “Dig a well and buy an automo
bile,” could be the slogan o f people
in Jacksonville, Or., according to
Charles E. Gates, automobile dealer
o f Medford. “ Of course, everyone
knows,” said he “ that Jacksonville
is an old mining camp and that there
is still plenty o f gold in that section.
I remember the second car I sold
in Jacksonville. The man said he
would pay for it as soon as he dug a
well. I went over there and he had
the well started, and in glass bottle
was gold. The deeper he dug. the
more gold there was in the glass,
until, finally, he had enough gold
to pay for the car, and then he quit
on the well. It was a popular priced
car. but I suppose that if he had
wanted to buy the most expensive
motor on the market, all he would
have had to do would be to dig
deeper and keep digging until he
had enough gold to pay for it. Any
one who digs a well in Jacksonville
always pans enough gold out o f the
excavated material to pay for the
well. I am told that some people
once offered to pay $1,000,000 for
the privilege o f mining the site of
Jacksonville, but the real failed to
go through. Without question, the
town is on rich earth— possibly as
rich as any o f the soil from which
millions in gold was taken in that
vicinity.” — Oregonian.
SH ROPSHIR ES
THE BEST DUAL-PURPOSE SHEEP
W ool and Mutton
It will pay you to have a pure-bred ram for
L. A. SALADE, Jr.
Central Point, Oregon
S A TISFIED U N L E S S
624R¡VERS1D E ST
GEORGE E. FOX
C LIF F BURLINGAME
Painter and Decorator
RE AL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Good 15. rgains in T^imi
and City Pioporty
A T T O R N E Y S -A T -L A W
Have a fit at
O r u k s T a i i - o k s
W. G. T R IL L
Prices to suit
R E A L E STATE
Attorney-at-Law— Notary Public
-S E E -
M O RTU A R Y
BROW N & RICE
for a bargain in
— REAL ESTATE—
63 North Main Street
PERL FUNERAL HOME
Corner Sixth and Oakdale
A. M. Beaver
Beaver Realty Co.
Reliable-Responsible, Real Eitate,
References: Citizens Bank o f Ash
land, First National Bank, State
Bank o f Ashland— 176 Main St.
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R E A L E STA TE
Good City for Country
— Buys and Trade*—
F. L. NUTTER
240 E. Main
Established in 1885
THE ONLY COMPLETE TITLE
SYSTEM IN JACKSON COUNTY
Ashland the first city in Oregon, on
Abstracts o f Title and
George Amrick, estate, affidavit
the paved Pacific highway, just 22
miles from the California line, has
Nancy M. Oerchain, estate, citatio
many attractive features that are not
Jean F. Nimrocks, estate, order
found in many other cities. Lithia
C. W. Duran, estate, order report
Park astonishes and delights the vis
Ragva Larson, (dec.) estate, ad
itor and proves a source of rest and
mitted to proabte.
A re you going to Buy or Build a
comfort to the weary. Mineral springs
Home in Ashland 7 7 ?
George Amick, estate, order.
W rite JOHN B. SH ELEY,
Henry W. Felel, estate, affidavit
Central Point, Oregon
SW A N BLUE Q U A R R Y CO.
equability and rareness satisfies the
for LOANS-IO year
Mary B. Orr estate, report.
S. A. Swan, Manager
year around. A city o f 6000 people,
County Agent for the Benefit Sav
Charles W. Whillock, estate, bond
Is now ready to render best prices
ings & Loan Association
on all kinds of granite and ceme
W e make loans on town property
Kate Watson, estate final order
Apply P. O. Box 84»
anywhere in the county.
Nancy M. Oberchain, estate, peti
tion, afidavit order.
Amize Wheelar Thomas, estate,
proof o f posting.
Charles Garrison, estate, order.
Lou L. Peart estate, order, final
FOR SALE— Best registered Jer
Thos. H. B. Tayor, estate, final
sey heifer in Jackson county. R.
Sanford, 399 Beach St, Ashland,
Oscar Olsen, estate, letters, or
Frank M. Gerdes, estate, claim.
H. W. Anderson estate, final ac
For sale— Six room
house in R. R. Add. About $600 down
The show windows in the stores bal. $26 a month, includes interest
Thomas C. Low, estate, petition
about one acre. Also 7-r. 1 W story
bungalow, well-built, scenic location;
Archibald A. Brown, estate, pe
Saturday» May 7
lot; fruit, price $2300; $300
IT IS YOURS— IMPROVE IT
or more down, $25 a month with 6
“ REGULAR SCOUT”
R E C O R D E R ’ S OFFICE
per cent int. See Yockey & Co. 50tf
If, by chance, there are any homes
with Fred Thompson and hundreds o f Boy Scouts. A picture rec
ON CRATER Lake highway, in city
Mabel Reachert to John R. Les near Ashland not now receiving the
ommended for young peoples organizations.
limits, and on Rogue River, the
lie, et ux, W D $10. Lots 9 and home weekly paper, we want you to home o f the Steelhead. Two acres,
10, pt lot 11, Sec. “ C” R. R- V.. subscribe for The Ashland American
fine black soil, five room house, fire
Or Co’s tract.
Camilla E. Owen to Ashland Golf The paper will help your town and place, hath, electricity. Spring, city
Plenty fruit and
Sunday, May 8
Club. W D $1, Lt in DLC 54 Twp county and you will hear from it and well water.
9 S. R. 1 East.
from many sources. We want you to shad«.» trees. Also has 30x30 concrete
“ NEW YORK”
Tomlin Box ompany to John R. count it as your paper; give news tank, 5 ft. deep, fed from spring, an
ideal place to keep trout or use as
Tomlin, W D $100. Wr>* Sec. 32
One o f the big pictures, and ns good as being in the big city
Twp :14 S. R. 3 East, Id in Sec. 20
mail them. Read the advertisements place if sold soon Address P. O. Box
Twp 35 S. R. 1 West.
Mary J. McGownn et to City of every week for Saturday sales and 522, Gold Hill, Or.
Ashland, Q C D J I , N 4 o f N lx Sec.
weekly prices, or arrival o f new mer WANTED— To buy fresh cows and
20 Twp 39 S. R. 1 East.
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, May 9, 10, 11
springers. Charles Broili, 448 Hel-
Harry Daily et ux to C. A. Daily chandise.
W I) $10. Lots 10. 11, 12, Blk 3,
Send in your social news, your man st. Phone 407R.
A magnificent picture that no man nnd woman want1« to miss
Laurel Hurst Add to Medford.
lodge news, accounts o f your parties
H. D. Stewart et ux to John W.
Mattresses renovated and recovered.
“ SORROWS OF SATAN”
Gossett, W D $10, Lot 5, Blk 8, visitors, etc. But. by all means see
We save you half the price o f a
that your name and address is on
and surely great!
Laurelhurst Add to Medford.
new mattress. New mattresses made I
J. H. Newton et ux, to O. L. our subscription list.
to your order. Hair and floss mattreS-
Lindley, et ux, W D $10, Lot 3,
The Ashland American subscrip
Blk 50. Medford.
es our specialty. We call and deliver
C. A. Daily to Harrv Daily, et tion is only $2 per year.
Thursday and Friday, May 12 and 13
Medford Mattress Co.,
32 North ‘
ux W D $10. Pt S 'i o f S W 4 Sec months for $2, less than four cents
8 Twp 40 S R 3 West.
The most strange and wonderful picture ever exhibited!
L. D. Stephenson et ux to M R a week.
Lamb, et ux W D $10, Lot on W ool
“ THE LOST WORLD”
herald her many good points to the Beautiful F luff Rugs made from i
en stret ,Ashl and.
Ida J. Poole to John Gedlich et neople o f other states. The Ashland
Back to the pre-historic ago
worn out carpets. We call and de-1
ux, W D $10. Ld in DLC 41 Twp 'm ericsn is demanded.
We want liver. Medford Rug Co., Phone 510-M
38 H. S. 1 West.
The above entire program above the average and rark with the
Louisa D. Humjhrey to Mrs. Emily all o f southern Jackson county to Medford, Oregon.
Corsaut, W D $10, Lot 25, part lot read it, and notice the advertisers
greatest turned out.
2«. Blk “ C” R. R. Add to Ashland
who invite you through its columns. Rug cleaning by the latest sham
George H. Hersev to James H.
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Hersev. W D $1. WV4 lot 23 and
We call and deliver. Medford Rug
24. Blk "J” Railroad Add. to Ash-
number la 05. Phone In a newt item Co., Phone 5lb-M. Medford Ore 4 it f
£u g«n » F. Palmar at ux to 1* H.