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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1927)
Mrs. Elsie Bussie o f Klamvth C o.
was visiting hor parents Mr. ami Mrs
Frank Crowson o f 8th street during
I the past week
Paris.—The dogs of Krunce dally at the time o f the conventions in j the heaviest travel we have ever ex-
eat 3,01)0 tons of bread. The few Poortland.
I perienced in those months. With the
Frenchmen who are not devoted to
j first few months so cold, it was
A shland Leads O thers
dogs are protesting against these
Ashland still feeds all other cities [ natural to expect some falling-off
tw o insertions, one*half cant • wo
“mouths without hands maiuralaed at
vast expense" while 5,0»kX0tX> small in the state for the number o f cars i ^ere-
Mrs Baughm an E n tertain »
Investors, pensioners and underpaid ! registered. This record has been held
M any A t Camp
The Berean class o f the Baptist employee«, victims of the depredated j by the Ashland bureau for the past
In the auto camp there has been
Church were delightfully entertain- franc, go underfed. Pots, they de j several years, and it is not the wish i practically as many campers this
to your order. Hair and floss mattreh-
;d at the home o f Mrs. Geo. Baugh- clare, can be fed ou other things than of the Ashlnad Chamber o f Com- ■ year as the records show for any o f
Medford Mattress Co.,
! man of Iowa street on Thursday of bread.
merce to relinquish it, according to ' the corresponding months o f
Grape St., Medford, Oregon, Phone
last week. Mrs. Baughman was as- j
J. H. Fuller, secretary of the organ -. year, according to W. M. Barber
More to Come
sisted by Mrs James Boyd and very j
registar. There has been very little
Moscow.—Armenia may ext>eot re
! dainty . refreshments were served.
falling- o ff, and officials o f the
current earthquakes thron shout the
Beautiful Fluff Rugs made from
This is the last Berean class party j winter, in the opinion of Professor the largest number o f registrations 1 grounds are anticipating a large in
worn out carpets. We call and de
I until the first o f Sept. A nice crowd > Mushketov, president of the geolog in the state, and I look for the mon- crease during the coming months.
es our specialty. We call and deliver,
| o f ladies were present at this meet- ical department of th* liussluu Acad
liver. Medford Rug Co., Phone 510-M
i ing and also a number o f little folks. emy of Science.
R a t««: O n « c«n t a w ord forat
FOR SALE OR TRADE— Good
clear property; cash and terms.
Can trade for Apts or Income
property, business or farms, here
or north or south.
Let us know
whai you ha\e for traUt. Ycckey
FOR SALE— Mirror, 2x5 ft, two
sewing machines. Reasonable,
Spends Sunday H ere.
Rug cleaning by the latest sham
For sale— Six room plastered
Mrs. Jessie Killgore, who has been !
house in R. R. Add. About $600 down
California for some time past, was
bal. $26 a month, includes interest We call aud deliver. Medford Rug
about one acre. Also 7-r. 1 H story Co., Phone 510-M, Medford Ore 48tf . in Ashland Sunday visiting her |
j mother, Mrs. Mary Lewis o f Third j
bungalow, well-built, scenic location;
good lot; fruit, price $2300; $300 WANTED— Two solicitors for house : street.
or more down, $25 a month with 6
to house work, both in town and
per cent int. See Yockey & Co. 50tf
A tten ds Ashland Church.
country, straight commission, oppor I
Mattresses renovated and recovered.
J. W. Haskins and wife from
tunity to make from $8 to $10 per
We save you half the price of a
day. Write Postoffice box 448, Ash Grants Pass were in Ashland Sunday
new mattress. New mattresses made
in attendance at church. The Haskins
family have been at Jackson springs
for a time enjoying the mineral
: water and baths.
— Cleaning, pressing, tailored and
ready to wear suits. Paulseruds, Ash
land. Send your clothes by parcel
post, the service is excellent.
Business and Classified Directory
Beaver Realty Co.
Dr. R. L. Burdic
A. M. Beaxer
175 E. Main St.
Next to Elks Temple
Oak Street Garage
G. W. Gregg, M. D.
First Class Repairing
Citizens Bank Bldy.
and MACHINE WORK
Office Hours 10-12 A. M.
2-5 P. M.
97 Oak St.
Phones-69 (o ffice ) 222-R(res)
Dr. Charles A . Haines
153 G ranite
Where the sick and aged are
cared for in pleasant home
Office Phone 164-J
Home Phone 164-L
O ffic e
Yockey & Company
10 to 12 A. M.— 2 to 5 P. M.
Real Estate, Loans, R entals
Trades a Specialty
Phone 1 4 «
177 E. Main St. Ashland, O re.
Dr. C. E. Shinn
W hittle Transfer
& Storage Co.
Open evenings by appointment
C O A L . W O O D and S T O R A G E
Packing, C rating and Shipping
L on g D istanca H auling
Citizens Bank Bldg.
AUTO FREIGHT TERMINAL
Residence Phone 115-L
Office 89 Oak §t.
DR. E. B. A N G E LL
Dr. W . J. Crandall
Physician and Surgeon
E ye, Ear, N ose and Throat
Office Phone 126
First National Bank Building
P ion eer
This method is safe and brings
health where other fails.
Free eamination this month.
Potentiometer diagnosis in- J
Office Phone 48.
Been Q uite III.
Own Domestic Affairs
Baffle Puzzle Expert
T h e a
Ijondoti.—Alfred Marry Mut
ton used to be butler at Han
over square. In which fashion
able quarter his wife exercised
her talents as a cook. With the
changing times, however, a
change came In the Muttons'
scheme of life. The ex-butler
developed recently Into a “com
petition aolutlonlst” —a profes
sion the pursuit of which result
ed In a serious rift In the for
merly well ordered Mutton
When Mr. Jnstlce Hill, before
whom the Muttons appeared to
thrash out their dljflcultles. In
quired what a “ competition so-
lutlonlst” might be, Mr. Mutton
explained that he Rolved cross
word puzzles and other newspa
per prize puzzles for the benefit
of a large circle of paying
“ 1 win prizes for other peo
ple,” stated the competition so-
lurlonlst. perhaps with a mean
look In the direction of the er
rant Mrs. Mutton.
JA C K H O LT
“ TH E M Y STE R IO U S RIDER”
Today and Tomorrow
June 7 and 8
A drama o f the California
deserts, written by Zane Grey,
spinner o f many western yarns.
With a east including Betty Jew
el,, Charles Sellon, David Tor
rence, Tom Kennedy and others.
Thursday and Friday,
Mrs. Sarah Boots o f B street was
quite ill at her home during the past j
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Spend Sunday Here
Mrs. May Click o f
County was in town Sunday visiting
at the home o f her parents Mr and
Mrs. J. M. Beaver of Henry street.
The Congregational Missionary
Society met on Thursday at the home
How Coal Was Formed
of Mrs. H. B .Carter on Mountain
Coal is one of the most Important
economic minerals, and Is of vegetable
origin. When vegetable matter accu
mulates under water It undergoes a
Social C ircle M eets
slow process of decomposition, grad
The Social Circle meets Wednes ually giving oft Ita nitrogen, hydrogen,
day at the home o f Mrs. Elmer oxygen and some carbon, the result of
Mitchell o f B street.
which If carried far enough Is the for
mation of a mas* of carbon. The gen
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eral theory regarding the formation of
B aby C hickens B urned
coal 1* that It results from the decom
i Two hundred and fifty Rhode
position under tremendous pressure at
1 Island chicks belonging to Mr. Geo a high temperature of vegetation In
rge Heims, were burned to death swatnpa. The first stage Is peat; sec-
Monday, when a brooder house in ond, lignite; third, blrumtnoua coal;
fourth, anthracite, and the final stage
which they were kept caught fire.
The house was burning out of con la graphite.
June 9 and 10
“ KNOCKOUT REILLY”
Starring Richard Dix in a role es
pecially constructed for him, that
o f a battlin’ steel worker.
Dix outwit the Agerra gang and
win the love o f Mary Malone,
(Mary Brian) An all star cast.
Riding on air in
Royal Cord Tires
Six row« of tread block* contact the road, increasing
traction, minimizing «kidding, and maximizing
Exclusive feature* of Royal Cord
makes this possible.
trol when it was discovered, and all
Myrtle Point— Old brick school
efforts failed to extinguish the
to make way for new $28,000
flames. The loss is a heavy one.
Mr. Helms is owner o f a ranch
situated in the Bellview district,
south o f Ashland.
B oy s C lim b M ountain
Twenty.two local boys left early
this morning for a two-day camping
to Mt. Wagner, accompanied
by C. D. Gaffney and W. P. Walters
local secretary o f the Y. M. C. A.
The boys plan to climb the mountain
Wednesday morning and return to
Ashland Wednesday evening.
hikers drove as far as the Wagner
creek fork roads in cars, from where
they will begin their climb.
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V isits Ralatives.
Mrs. Ethel McIntosh o f W olf creek
was visiting relatives and friends in
Ashland last week. She visited at the
Barber convelescent home, Redifers,
Benedicts, Haneys and Hedricks,
while in town.
W o lf C reek
Man H ere.
C. L. Smith o f W olf creek was in
Ashland recently visiting friends.
See these special prices
30x3Va— Usco— $7.45
30x3 x/t •— Royal— $8.25
32x4 ... U sco— $1 3 .9 5
29x4.40 Usco— $9.25
29x4.40 Royal— $12.55
31x5.25 Usco— $16.00
31x5.25 Royal— $21.40
33x6.00 Usco— $19.15
33x6.00 Royal— $25.85
Trade in your old tires.
N O T IC E O F H E A R IN G O N
F IN A L A C C O U N T
1« the C ou n ty C ou rt o f the State
o f O rog ou , ir. en d fo r Jackson
C ou n ty.
In the matter o f the estate o f
ISABELLE P. SPENCER, De
has filed with the county clerk
his final account as administrator
o f said estate, and the Honorable
W. J. Hartzell, county judge, has
set July 6, at ten o’clock a. m.,
1927, at his office in Medford,
Oregon as the time and place for
a hearing thereon. All objections
thereto must be filed on or before
Date o f first publication, June
EDWARD PORTER SPENCER,
Leedoms Tire Shop
M ovin g to Klam ath Falls.
PERL FU N E R A L H O M E
C L IF F B U R L IN G A M E
Corner Sixth and Oakdale
P oin ter and D ecorator
P aperin g, T in tin g
a fit at
O r le s T a il o r s
Prices to nuit
Established in 1885
THE ONLY COMPLETE TITLE
SYSTEM IN JACKSON COUNTY
Abatracta o f T itle end
T itle Insurance.
REAL Lb I A T E
-S E E -
BROWN A RICE
for a bargain in
— REAL E S T A T E -
63 North Main Street
Good City for Country
— Buys aud T rades—
F. L. N U T T E R
Z40 E. Main
Ashland. O regon
SWAN BLUE QUARRY CO.
S. A. Swan, Man*.;-r
Is now ready to render bert prices
on all kinds o f granite and ceme
Anply P. 0 . Box 34,
The Floyd Putman family o f Beach
street plan to move to Klamath Falls
where Mr. Putman is employed in
the near future.
Stops in Ashland.
O. C. McIntosh of Golden, was in
Klamath Falls on business during the
past week passing thru Ashland en-
Visits in Bandon.
Mrs. Ernest Hicks o f North Main
street was visiting in Bandon the
first o f this week.
— Cleaning, pressing, tailored and
ready to wear suits. I’aulseruds, Ash-
I land. Send your clothes by parcel
< post, the service is excellent.
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Leave For Home.
Mrs. Myrtle Wells and daughters,
who have been located at thq Lock,
hort residence on the Boulevard left
1 Monday for their home at .Eikton.
A re you g oin g to B uy or Build a j The Well’s family plan to comejtgain
H om e in Ashland 7 7 ?
; to Ashland at the beginning o f the
W rite JOHN B. S H E L E Y ,
I next school year.
C entral P oin t. O regon
fo r L O A N S ! 0 year
C ou n ty A g en t fo r the B en efit S s r- j
III Past Week.
ings A Loan A ssociation
Mrs. Cordelia H' seen o f the Houle
W e make loans on tow n property
j vard was quite 01 at her home during
an yw h ere in the cou n ty.
th« past west.
N O T IC E O F A P P O IN T M E N T O F
A D M IN IS T R A T O R A N D TO
P R E S E N T C L A IM S
In the C ou n ty C ou rt o f the State
o f O reg on , in and fo r Jackson
C ou n ty .
The installation o f its new 10-ton Ranier
oven, with a capacity o f 600 loaves o f
In the matter o f the estate of
MARCIA DANFORD, Deceased.
To Whom it May Concern:
The undersigned has been ap
pointed by the Honorable W. J.
Hartzell as administartcr o f the
above estate. Any and all persons
having claims against the said es
tate are required to present the
same duly verified to the under
signed within six months from the
date o f the first publication of
Date o f first publication, June
7, 1 9 * 1
E. D. BRIGGS,
Pioneer Block, Ashland, Oregon
bread an hour.
W e now have one o f the
best equipped plants in Southern Oregon,
and with the addition o f other recent
machinery, we are able to render a service
which has never been equalled in this part
o f the state, and to present a quality o f
baking that will surpass even the record
which we have set before.
We invite the public to inspect
our storerooms at any time.
TOURIST T R A V E L IS ON
(Continued from page 1)
The heaviest year o f travel ex-
i perienced in Southern Oregon was
in 1925 when, during the months o f ,
I May and June, an average days j
registration was around 225 at the ;
132 E. Main St. - Ashland, Ore.