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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1927)
A R O U N D TH E
C O U R T HOUSE
R E A L E S T A T E TR A N SF E R S *
A. H. Thompson et ux, Samuel
F. Coy et ux, W. D. $1600 Ld in
DLC Twp 36 S. R. 1 West.
Thomas Campbell, I. L. Hutch
ens et ux, QCD $10.00 Ld is Sec
11 Twp 35 S R 4 West.
I. L. Hutchens K ux Arthur B.
Clark et uy W D $10.00 SE of
|SW Sec 11 Twp 35 S R 4 West.
Rachael Mead et vir Wm. Noon-
cheater. W. D. $1.00 Lot 3. Blk
7, Queen Anne Add Medford.
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Easier* B lock Ashlaad, O regon
THE BEST OF MEATS AND POULTRY KEPT IN THE
BEST OF CONDITION BY
Farmer* and Stockm en are requested to call as I a
m arket fo r the ch oicest stock aad pou ltry
ASH LAND HAS IT!
Some communities speak o f cli
mate, others o f soil, still others o f
scenery, and so on. But each o f
these, Ashland can say “ Ashland
Has It!” Nature did indeed smile
In addition to its natural resources,
however, a community needs coop
erative effort directed toward
making the most o f these resources.
At Ashland— as in almost every
other community— the program o f
the Chamber o f Commerce is plan
ned with this end in view.
Ashland needs the fullest cooper
ation of all in furthering these
plans. In other words, our Cham
ber o f Commerce needs your mem
bership and active support. Has
Ashland that? It’s up to you to an
swer affirm atively!
H D C T NATION Al. n A N K
L. Nicholls, E. P. Sheaffer et
ux Deed $10.00 W 1-2 o f SE,
E 1-2 o f SW Sec 4 Twp 34 S. R.
Waldemar E. Hummel et ux
Marion F. Caster et ux W. D. $10
Ld In Sec 3 Twp 36 S. R. 1W.
W. O. Mayfield et ux, D. L.
Lewis et ux W D $50.00 Ld in DL
C 56 Twp 37 S R 2 West.
Harry K. Conrad et ux Elmer
H. Morse at ux W D $1.00 Ld m
DLC 77 Twp 36 S R 2 W.
May me I. Smith, Gustav Eidsvig
W D $10.00 Ld in DLC 67 Twp
36 S R 1 West.
Louis E. Wakeman et ux, May-
ine 1. Smith W D $10.00 Ld in
DLC 67 Twp 38 S R 1 W.
A. F. Walter Krease et ux W.
M. Sheppard, W D $10.00 Lot 14
iilk 3, Queen Aone Add. to Med
Chas Morgan, Harvey F. Mor
gan et uv W. D. E 1-2 o f SW Sec
17, N 1-2 of NW Sec. 20 Twp 22
H. S. Lynch et ux David A.
Hadden W. D. $360.00 Ld in Sec.
II Twp 39 S. R. 1 West.
Ollie E. Pence Cluron S. Eicher
W. D. $10.00 Lots 6 and 7 Blk 70
Elsie C. Clay, L. E. Cleven-
berg et ux W. D. $10.00 N. 48
ft. lot 3, Blk 81. Medford.
Fred Marwick, Dorothy Man-
wick, W. D. $10.00 Lot 1„ Blk 2
Summit Heights Add to M.edford.
Leroy Peck et ux, H. J. Berrian
et ux W. D. $10.00 Lot 5, Blk 2,
Ross Add to Medford.
Ruth Bain Walden et vir, Daisy
Bain, Q C D $1.00 Pt lota 5 Blk
2 Mingue Sub Division to Medford.
Linnie Hanscam et al Philip H.
Lounsberry et al W. D.
Lot 18 Blk 1, Siskiyou Heights
Add. to Medford.
Mollie Keene et vir, Linnie Han-
scara et al Q. C. D. $20 Lots 17 A
18, Blk 1, Siskiyou Heights Add.
Hattie L. Berrian, Chas A. Gil
more, W. D. $10.00 Lots 3 A l
blk 4 Laurelhurst Add to Med
Fred J. Warner et al Charles
Ray aWrner Q. C. D. $10.00 NW
of NW S 1-2 of NW, SW o f J4E
Sec. 28 Twp 33 S R 1 West.
I. C. Robnett et ux E ffie J).
Simmons W. D. $10.00 Land ¡in
Mary A. Bailey, John W. Bailey
W. D. Ld in Sec. 34 Twp 38 S. R.
1 W est.
M A R R IA G E L IC E N S E S
John Herbert Beyers and Mabel
Lawrence Hugh Rhodes, and
Sidney Denniaon and Neva L.
Edward Earl Stephens and Et
Levi Almond Eldridge and Lot
Glenn Franklin Raker
Edith Gertrude Hoffman.
Bvron Anthonv Lvnde and Besn
ritory in the familiar and well-ap
pointed Red-Top busses without
the inconvenience of changing
cars at Roseburg. The new thru
service will become effective on
and after September 1, 1927.
The acquisition of the Interur-
ban line, enabling as it does, the
Oregon Stages, Inc., to extend its
operations from the North to ex
treme South o f the State over the
Pacific Highway, ennsummates a
long felt desire on the part o f the
Oregon Stages to operate this im
portant route under one manage
ment and incidentally furnishes
un interesting sidelight to the suc
cessful efforts put forth by Mr.
Lemen and hia association in
bringing the Red-Top busses into
the front rank o f auto-stage op
erations in this country.
her kitchen when she is working
there. It would save the busy kit
chen worker much sweltering if
the electric fan were used in the
kitchen. For kitchen comfort alone
the electric fan ^justifies itself. Not
only is the kitchen hotter, on ac
count o f the heat o f the fire, but
the steam of cooking foods adds ita
heat. Gases from the flame and
cooking odors could be ventilated
out of the kitchen by using the
electric fan there. Thrifty women,
who are so accustomed to pinching
pennies, need to consider
health as well as economy stunt to
save their vigor and their disposi
tion* and their clean linen.
Poquille— First National
Had Sm all Start
Beginning in a very modest way |
some years ago when this method
of transportation for hire was car- j
ried on by the "flivver” type o f I
car, Mr. Lemen and several other |
individuals commenced operations
between Portland and
Finding that by working together
equalizing the fares and running
frequent schedules from the same
depots in the two cities, rather
than by their individual irregular
and conflicting efforts,
served the public, increased their
revenue and reduced their expens
es, further efforts were put forth
and connections made at Salem
with the cars o f another group of 1
individuals operating similarly be-|
tween Salem and Eugene. The re
sult was mutually gratifying to
the travelling public and the op
erators o f the two groups formed
the old Portland. Salem, Albany
Stage Line. Another group of in
dividuals operating similarly be
tween Eugene and Roseburg then
began to connect with the line,
thru tickets were honored and bag
gage checked thru from Portland
to Roseburg. Stimulated by the e f
fects of co-operating the three
line later incorporated as the Ore
gon Stages, Inc., with the termin
als at Portland and Roseburg.
burglar ’ proof
Portland— $40,000 movie theat
er to be built at Powell and Mil
Myrtle Point— Coos and Curry
County Fair planned for Sept
Vale— Wheat up to 60 bushels
and barley 86 busTiels per aore re
North Bend—-“ Coo# Bay Har
bor” to move in|o fine new quart-
Chiloquin— Schools here
new $6,000 gymnasium.
C o u ic (m £ u rtu X !
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“ Use the Mail”
TIRES THAT STAND THE “GAFF” MILE
M any B enefits
The result of incorporation,
centralized control and all its at
tendant benefits under the abl<
management of Mr. Lemen and i
staff o f competent officials, can
be seen and realized any day be
tween Roseburg and Portland and
the important cities intermediat'
thereto. Eight thru schedules are
maintained daily between Portland
and Roseburg; between Portland
and Eugene more than double thatj
number, and on the more congest
ed Salem-Portland Division sn
hourly schedule each way or 32
schedules are maintained. This fre
quent regular service for the
transportation o f passengers, bag
gage, express and newspapers;
well appointed depots with ticket
agents in all the cities en r< utc;
courteous and dependable drivers
and safe, comfortable and up to
the minute equipment has had no
PH O N E
And forget your laundry
Let our skilled workers
and machinery remove this
unpleasant household duty.
You will be surprised to find
how much easier it make«
the burden of the houaewife
Leedoms Tire Shop
W ater Stras*
Announcement is made by Mr.
R. W. Lemon, President and Gen
eral Manager of the Oregon ¡Mages
lnc„ of the purchase by his com
pany of the Internrban
Company, oeprated by Wm. L
M erger to B en efit
Lewis between Ashland. Medford
That the merger of the Interur-
This announcement is o f para ban Line under the management
mount importance to the people o f the Oregon Stages, Inc., will be
o f Southern Oregon, the Willamet- o f benefit to the travelling public
Yeur noon or eveninr
made attractive and tasty by serving
breads and Pastrys prepared by expert
Bakers. Surprise the Fan ily with Deli
Opens September 10
i/rtnSh give t i the whole o f thi
territory a sage service second to
none in the country and a service
from which the Southern end of
-he State m particular will benefit
and to v.i.ich they are righly en
30x3*/j— U»ro— $6.90
3 0 x 3 % — Royal- -$8.95
29x4.40— Usco— $9.45
29x4.40 Royal— $12.55
31x5.25 Usco— $16.00
31x5,25 *?oval— $21 40
33x6.00 Usco— $19.15
33x6.00 Royal— $25.85
Trade in your old tires.
Try the Rough-Dry Plan—
It saves you money and en
upbuilding of the cities, t"wn*
and communities along the route
traversed by the Oregon Stages. In
addition to. this splendid local ser
vice the Oregon Stages, Inc , has
been pioneer in and instrumental
in effecting joint ticketing of pas
sengers over some fifteen other
stage lines embracing the territory
between Vancouver, B. C. to all
points in Oergon, the Redwood
Highway section o f California and
be enabled to travel between the Southern Oregon will be improved
important cities in the above ter- and the reclining chair day and
night coach service thru to Port
land, connecting at Roseburg with
Coos Bay points; Grants Pass with
Redwood Highway points like Eu
reka and San Francisco and M*d-
Smooth, easy miles— over bumps, boulders
and ruts— United States tires are world-known
as tires that stand up under the most trying con
ditions. Put on a U. S. Royal or an USCO bal
loon and then note their advantages— you will
find them many.
MADE EVERY DAY AND SOLD
“ Quality and C leanliness Prevail”
Makers O f
FRANKLIN SUPERIOR MILK BREAD
132 E. Main St. ------- Ashland, Oregon