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ASH LAND AMERICAN
Amzi Wheeler Thomas, estate
I and the other millions of average Where brown leaves fall, where drift Co.”
W. E. Rosecrans, vs. Irene Rose- bond.
wills will start right in lapping up lie deep,
Charles W. Whillock, estate, in
W. C. T. U. COLUMN
the suds again, only more so. Rome Ovr worn-out hands— O beautiful crans. divorce.
ventory and appraisement, affidavit
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wasn't bui*t in a day and if we give
Esther Phillijs, estate, petitior <,r-
forfeiture bail bond.
BY M AY BENEDICT
I our wonderful prohibition-of-booze-
0 ----------------------------------------- $ drir king-law ten more years, our THE MOTHER OF A SOLDIER
State, vs. Joe Calkins, sod-my.
Sylvester W. D mham. (•!«<•; es_
THE VALU E OF LIT T L E THINCS country will become a vertiable
State, vs. George Bowman, Roy state, admitted to probate.
Utopia. I'm not a member of any .pbe mother o f a soldier— hats o ff to I Cozart, burglary.
Thomas B. Ellison (dec.) estate,
society, I am
h r |
I state, vs. Harry Scott, operating admitted to probate.
“ Little drops o f water; little grains anti-this or anti . -that
mother o f a soldier who has still.
M ARRIAGE LICENSES
o f sand, make the mighty ocean, in not a church member, just a plain _.
average American citizen, and I used ,
V fray; .
Eli W. Davis, vs. Henry Sheets,
the pleasant land.”
Earl Egbert Patterson and Beulah
country with et al, summons.
The little lad in the long ago with to kui myself with the thought that ^
t u him to on her
^ m blessing
hig head_ l
L. Pennington, vs. Ben Geary, et
the two fishes and five sma l loaves I was having a wonderful time drink-
Lewis Egbert Mahen and Lorraine
found his name this morning i al, brief.
felt himself insufficient to feed the ing fizzers, cocktails, and high pow- |
Trowbridge Cabinet Works, vs.
in the long list o f the dead;
multitude, but his small 1 inch in the ered Pilsener— to my physical, men- J
William Nelson Gillmore and Mar
w j l ___ Sergeant
atkins, Walter C. t razier, lien.
ham’ »' o f th«* Muster accomolished the tal and economical disintegration, m Killed—
G. C. McAllister, vs. Harry L.
>n the ret ^
Paul H. Driftmyer and Nina Stark
Bible |n hig — ,ket and a portrait Shoults, et ux, foreclosure.
We, ns American citizens and my lamily. Now— well it u incumb-
hi h re».t'”
W. A. Childers, vs. L. A. Cole,
Christians feel aur selves so in suf ent upon me to lead an honest, up-
Oscar B. Clark and Orpha M
on h,# brt
ficient to cope with the mighty prob right life, because I am. I believe
et al, affidavit.
lem o f the flood suffers in Missis
Medford, vs. Blanche T. Hanson,
Ellis Everett Davis and Margaret '
The mother o f a soldier— she gave
sippi va’.iey and the missionaries be to official sobriety laws; and millions
et al, decree.
him to her land;
ing expelled from China.
Security Finance Co., vs. F. R.
Thurston, Jr., and
She saw him on the transport as he
And yet if each of us will place are in the same boat. We should, and
Gladys L. Bridges.
waved his sunbrowned hand;
in the .Masters hand just what we ca.i ^ & L n " dy o ! ^ r e ^ Un? nfo ? y o 0«
Merl Houston and Nola Hoskin.
though the teardrops;
vs- JaV VV' Gr°-
give and trust Him for result« the
- ~ progressive
and she told him to be brave;
, <rer, decree.
Louis Yost and Dorothy G. Car
thing has been done all ready.
vs. Margaret Krut- man.
L ,T , ' d
' Her pravers went night and morning
“ Not what we give, but what
J. L. Eaton and Evelyn James.
family represent the type for which j
we share— the gift without -he
Commercial Corporation, vs E.
giver is bare.”
the Woman’s Christian Temperance
„»id le r-h e r com IM. Tucker, writ o f attachment.
Alice Elsie Albright.
How lew of us actually realize the
i E. G. Potter, receiver o f Stewart
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*or* ant* her joy,
value c f little things— we sort o f through the years— men who sorely
Fruit o., vs.
have a feeling that if we can't do
Ltd. motion, order, default, decree. ALLAYS FEAR OF
she gave her only boy ;
tcmelhing big it isn’t worth while to easier for them to do right and more i
North Pacific Mortgage Co., vs.
difficult for them to do wrong; in- I She saw .the banners waving, she William C. Moore, et al, decree.
do < nything at all.
1 wonder how many o f us can tell
how many orphanages, hospitals and of a law to spur them to turn from She clasped her hands and bravely mer, A. C. Hanson, mining lien. •
looked away to hide a tear.
even churches have been built by the their wasteful course of living and
J. P. Morris, vs. Maragret Latmer Director o f Georgetown “ U”
small gifts of women and children, to start them in the paths of sanity
A. S. Hansen, mining lien.
just ten or fifteen cents a montn and uprightness. As the man from The mother of a soldier— ah! cheer
Replies to Inquirers
W. L. Cook, vs. Margaret Latmer,
whom we quoted above reiterates, he
the hero dead.
given systematically and regularly.
A. C. Hansen, mining lien.
And cheer the brave who battle
To the faithful efforts o f ore wo
Emily Lammey, vs. Charles Lam-
Wnshlngton.—The earth Is not shak
’neath the banner of their creed mey, decree.
man, Frances E. Willard, we owe our very definitely from prohibition. If
ing any more than It used to, but peo
thousands of organizations for the these men could be persuaded to But don’t
forget the mothers,
Georgia Es Young, vs. G. Guy
ple ure noticing It more.
through all the lonely years,
W. C. T. U. work in obth home and broadcast their testimony, born of
every land. And yet Miss Willard experience, the volume o f their | That fight the bravest battles on the
This Is the unswer of Director Ton-
sunless field of tears,
felt very weak and small to sponser voices would quite down the blatant
dorf of tbe Georgetown university ob-
the great work that will go on and cries for “ personal liberty” o f those
J. W. Copeland Yard (a orp) vs. sonutory to the llood of inquiries
on while time lasts to bless and up who, impelled by motives of appe Nay, don’t forget the mothers— the Roy D. Campbell, Lillian May Camp
rent liing him us to whether earth
tite and avarice, are trying to re
mothers of our men,
bell, lien foreclosure.
quakes ure Increasing in number and
beginnings make great
Who see them go and never know
Federal Land Bank o f Spokane, frequency.
As a matter of fact, the convictions
• rulings.” ? ? ?
that they’ll come back again;
of these former victims of the drink That give them to their country to vs. Mary A. Childreth, default.
Because of the precision of Instru
Federal Land Bank o f Spokane,
trade, who have actually experienced
ments which record tremors, the pub-
battle and to die.
Could Abe Lincoln, George Wash
vs. Charles C. Cilchrest, default.
the a dry
Beacuse the bugles
call them and the
ington or Frances Willard have look benefits
i h l m
n n r i m n n r
k i n
Lelah Bowers, vs. Martin D. Bo lic Is informed constantly through
the real I m public
of 1 this
starry banners fly.
ed down thru the ages and see (as country, and in large measure, ex
their newspapers of disturbances of
we see now)
how their deeds of
C. M. Wright, vs. Margaret Lat- the earth’s crust in all parts of the
heroism would stand out in the against the prohibition amendment
mier, A. C. Hansen, mining lien.
globe. The lay belief that the shocks
to ber j ^ y t
minds of the American people—-do
John Anne, vs. Margaret Lat- are becoming close together Is a re
you not suppose they would have ex
its touchini, iocks of gray,
perienced such a surprise as they way in the election of a wet congress |
John E. Balt, vs. Margaret Lat- sult of this publicity.
The cc lisciounsess of the support j she gave without regretting, though mier, A. C. Hansen, mining lien.
‘‘The layman, unofficially Interested
ro ver did have during their natural
of this company of appreciative and
her old heart sorely bled
In the restlessness of the earth’s crust,
grateful fellow citizens, who have
should know the truth,” says Doctor
As it was, they lived their lives, been set free from bondage to the When she found his name this morn mier, A. C. Hansen, mining lien.
ing in the long list o f the dead:
plodding along day after day, doing drink habit, stimulates us to greater
M. S. Johnson, vs. Margaret Lat- Toudorf. "The problem of computing
euch duty ns it came, and lived and zeal in our efforts not only to “ Hold Killed— Sergeant Thomas Watkins,' mier, A. C. Hansen, mining lien.
earthquake frequency was first sci
while leading on the rest,
•lied without ever realizing that they Fast” to our prohibition law, but to
L. A. McLeod, vs. Margaret Lat- entifically undertaken by Count de
had did any great thing.
mier, A. C. Hansen, mining lien.
“ Go Forward” in our intensive drive
Montessus de Bullore, one-time director
ed upon his hero breast!”
So many today, who are perform for law observance and law enforce
of the selsmologlcal observatory of
ing the little things o f every day life ment.
in all its detail in the very best way
Anna Olson, estate, affidavit, the government of Chile.
In 1900, nfter a close analysis of the
they know how may in future years
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then available earthquake records,
he considered great men and wo
men. It is not so much whether we
181,292 In number, lie placed the un-
ventory and appraisement.
O God, hear our prayer for the i
appear great to man kind but if we
Amzi Wheeler Thomas, estate, uuul average earthquake occurrence
can live so fine and true and noble
at . 1 .S30, equivalent to an ear shock
0 proof o f publication order.
its abominable evil*. Help us to ]
that we liik good to the God who all
J. M. Kerby, estate, proo fo f pub every two hours and twenty-seven
vote and work, as we pray and while (Reported by Jackson County Ale
made us and who sees and knows us we pray, for its complete overthrow. 1
lication, proof o f posting.
stract Co., Sixth Street and
as v/e really are, this is a motive that
Esther Phillips, (dec.) estate ad
Four jenrs afterward Dr. August
is wo th while and one that should
enlist our best and strongest effort sciences o f those who disobey the ;
George W. Harkens, estate, in Sieberg of the University of Jena ques
to attain unto.
tioned the estimate as too low. A re
righteous awake and exert their
Pine Belt Banking Co., vs R. H. ventory and appraisement.
Otis O. Holman, estate, proof of calculation made by him In 1923 lifted
-trength. And let us realize anew ! Burton, et al, strict foreclosure,
the annual average frequency to 9,000,
what we owe to our brothers, in ab-
C. Frank Rhodes, vs. A. F. Mat- sei vice.
Leiuie D. -Schmitt, estate, bond, or about one every hour.
-tinence and obedience, lest they are lock, partnership accounting.
Amen. — Ernest Bourner
Be clean in your thoughts, my bon- harmed.
Wilhemina Denzgr, vs. I.cland A.
Five thousand of these quakes he
Ivy Belle Bonar, estate, release of
Indicated as being felt sensibly on
Be gcniie, sweet nnd true;
J. F. Sanders, vs. G. M. Raymond
Albert Cummings, estate final some part of the earth’s surface In
The years will bring joy and love,
varying Intensities. Violent quakes, »
Ora Hukell, vs. Eunice Hukeli,
by others as world-shaking,
And men believe in you.
comes to us at this season stipuation.
ter to probate.
f • >f There
occur at intervals of every three and
A. M. Gallignn. et al ,vs Wilhaim
the year, memories o f beautiful
T. W. Anderson, estate, notice one-hall uuys, either on the continents
Be Icean ir, your words, my bennie- | lives well spent. Of beautiful deeds Wlsiner, motion order.
Alice Finlye, vs. Everett Finley,
• lone by faithful hands that are now
Dora Cullen, estate, petition, or or on the ocean's bottom. Those on
Be open, frank ami strong;
at rest, o f beautiful character, made order, deerdee.
lmid, however, average every fifth day.
And all that you say, by night or more beautiful because o f years of
Federal Land Bank, vs. Mary A. der, inventory and appraisement.
“California, the least immune of all
departure Hildreth, et al, proof o f publication. and appraisement.
United States territory, Is visited by
Will help the right along.
Federal Ijind Bank, vs. Charles C.
from among us.
Albert L. Vincent (dec) estate, a shock on an average of 81 times an
We lay our flowers on the graves, Gilchrist et al proof o f publication Em itted t0‘ probate
Be clean in your deeds, my bonnie
nually. The liability of one of these
they soon wither, but the memories
(dec.) estate, ad- shocks being heavy is about eight-
Be faithful, just and pure;
B. R. Elliott, Seeley V. Hall, F. |
tenths of 1 per cent.’*
And nil that you do will win for you still lives on. And many o f their W. Scheffell, E. C. Ferguson. A. J . .
A place that’s safe anil sure.
sel will live in our hearts while time Crose, file articles of incorporation
Selected— Boy’s Life
“ Southern Building & Loan Assn” !
shall last— and longer.
George G. Ogg. vs. Ethel M. Do
last ran et al, foreclosure.
A VOICE FROM THE MILLIONS
words were “ How beautiful to be
Helen Behling Richardson, vs.
‘ Plain. Average American Citizen' with God.” And all her life lone Miss Hub Company, a corporation, judg
Expresses Gratitude for Eigh
Painter and Dacorator
• lives she c*me in contact with, and
PERL FUNERAL HOME
A. B. Cunningham, et al. vs. West
saw beauty where others saw it not. Coast Clay Products, (inc. ( lien.
Becuuse of this fact she was able
E. W. Liljegran, vs C. G. Van
A great mass o f convincing evi to help down-trodden humanity—
Corner Sixth and Oakdale
dence in favor o f prohibition would where others with just as kind an in Hook, et al. amended complaint.
be available if we could persuade terest, but with u less loving discre-
certain inarticulate Americans to ment, could only hinder. And it i3 to Olva
tell their "before and a fter" expe this wonderful quality o f memory
Have a fit at
N. W. Borden, vs. Thomas Edy,
tinquestiorytblv there are that we owe our ability to recall the
O ri . es T a ilo r s
millions of individuals who, as a di fine r-'iultties of those gone on before forec osure.
Eli W. Davis, vs. Henry Sheets,
rect result o f prohibition, are today and v c are now enjoying the many
living respectably, worthily and blessings that are ours largely be et al. lien foreclosure.
A. E. Perry, vs. War Eagle Min
Prices to suit
happily, in marked contrast with '»use o f their efforts— memory nnd
their loose and profligate conduct I ove are two of the things that are ing Co., for money .
First National Bank o f Minnea
before^ the Eighteenth Amendment -tcrnal, and in these days o f rapid
went into operation. Naturally few •hang«>« it is well to cling to the polis. vs. William Bridge, judgment.
Ora Hukill, vs. Eunice Hukell, de
R EA L ESTATE
o f them are willing to talk about hing- that do endure. On memories
Established in 1885
this change in their circumstances. «all each U r we hang a pi.-inr, an.l cree.
THE ONLY COMPLETE T IT L E
Edith Baker, vs. Richard K. Ba
However, occasionally one o f this '-line it is given to ns to choose the
SYSTEM IN JACKSON COUNTY
-S E E -
class makes frank confession and deture*. we should see that we ker. decree.
Abstra«..* of Title and
Winifred Stewart, vs. Oscvar R.
the revelation is illuminating.
boose the right kind.
A resident of Brooklyn. N Y.t re
for a bargain in
P. S. Provost, as Provost Bros. vs.
cently wrote to our national presi
Pacific Lumber A Shklaries. ¡no
— REAL E S T A T E -
dent. congratulating her and her or
| motion, default, findings and eon-
63 North Main Street
ganization on the vigorous educa
liqunfr Beatuiful faces are thase that w«'ar elusions, decree, cost bill.
Bernice Howard, vs. Earl C. Gad-
drinking being prosecuted bv the It matters little if dark or fa ir_
W. C. T. U. “ I used to delight be Whole soule dhonesty printed there, dia, et al. proof o f mailing.
Charles S. Lammey. vr, Emily
fore the 'liberty* was officially taken Beautiful eye* are those that show
A. M. Beaver
away from me-—as did millions and I.ike crystal panes where
BLUE QUARRY CO.
E. C. Amidon. vs. George Wilson, .
millions o f other feHcw-men of
America," admits this New Yorker Beautiful thuts that burn below.
Reliakle-Retpontible. Real E.tate,
Is now ready to render best price«
C. Frank Rhodes, vs. A. F. Mat-
“ in spending one-fourth to one-third
on all kinds of granite nnd ceme
of my earnings over the bar and Beautiful hands are those that do lock. summon*.
Refer«>nres: Citizens P mk o f Ash
Apply P. O. Box 34
sticking aroun dtill the wee small
land, First National Hank. State
Parkes, et ux. et al. strict ofreclosure
hours of the morning.” "N ow .” he Moments the long «lay thro.
E ffie D. Simmons, v*. J. C. Ro- (
frankly confesses, “ I and millions Beautiful feet are they that go
: huell, et al, foreclosure.
o f American men have to and are On kindly ministries to and fro,
Florence M. Baker, vs, Archie 1»
glad to go home to the radio rend Down lowliest ways, if God wills so.
Are you going to Buy or Bui
ing. lectures, helping the kiddies in
Home in Ashland ? ? ?
Gold Hill. vs. California Oregon |
school homework, taking them to Beautiful lives are those that bless
W r.;, JOHN B SHELEY
the movies, etc. A little hit more Silent rivers of happiness.
Good City for Conntry
V-rntral Point, Oregon
Helen Behlim» Richardson, vs. Hub
domesticated than coming home Whose hidden fountain* but few may
for LOANS'lO yeor
company, cost bill.
— Buy. and Tradoa—
my, how much
County Agent for tko Benefit
R. J. Olineer. assumes the hnsinesa
cleaner for us all physically, men» Beautiful twilight at set of sun,
F. L. NUTTER
«40 E. Main
i»t* A Loan Association
»ally and economically.”
“ Rome Beautiful goal with raec well run; name o f " Medford Battery A Elec
Wo make loans on town prop
drinking and saloon* must for nil Beautiful rest with work well done. tric Cn.H
aaywkee* in tko reunty.
Orren Daniel Pavne, asswn«1* the 1 1
t|mr be officially banned," he con
. bu an ah name ui 'Ashland (unit* I
"Open thing« up again aad Beautiful grave, where gve««et
Beaver Realty Co.