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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1927)
A SH LA N D RECISTER
Senior High School
juicy red part is not as good
Medford— Rogue River orchards
I George A. Briscoe, Superinten will ship 6.000 tons pears to Ore
Tourists play a large part in the dent; B. C. Forsythe, principal, gon plants.
sales at Ashland, however the mat ‘ science; Harold W. Allison, Latin
Federal reclamation project in
ter o f price curtails somewhat the and social science; Irene Berg, En Malheur County will »tore 700,-
Oas cent a word first insertion, one
sales to this source,
California glish; Ethel McCormack, short 000 acre feet water.
half ceat a word thereafter
melons being somewhat cheaper hand, bookkeeping and secretarial
Medford— California • Oregon
training; Ellen Waters, girl’s phy
than the Oregon ones.
v e r plant at Prospect approach-
sical training; Russell T. Cripe,
R SALE MISCELANEOUS
Price $135.0u. Phone 50 Clay-
Doesnt Thump Them
comp Motor Co.
Mr. Repp can tell by looking at physical training, U. S. History
Falls— Northern Pa
SALE R A B B ITS : New Zea-
a melon as to his exact stage of coach; Kathryn Didtel,
cific plans drawbridge on Lake
nd Rcda and Flemish Giants, FOR S A L E : 1924 Roadster . Re
i ripeness and rarely does he re Hughes home economics; Irene Ewauna.
'tility Does, with litters; bred;
conditioned with license. Price
sort to the time honored custom of Clark, mathematics; Althea Dw
Iso Does Four months old. $1
$175.00. Phone 50, Claycomb
Mar- '¡eld — Southern Pacific
thumping them to determine when yer. English; Ann Malloch Mylne,
$3.50. First House on right
will build new station
they are ready for market. The
seeds are first planted the latter Hazel Smith, home
ouse. D. W. Bradley.
31-St FOR T R A D E : Or will sell cheap
Salem— Terminal Ice A Storage
Laura Raguse, music;
a Ford touring. Phone 407-R.
buys $50,000 Larmeor ware
Radde, typewriting; Ethel
30-4t-c ons are usually ready fo r market Marks, history, English. Cora E. house. and will spend $125,000 on
SA LE OR T R A D E . $750!
about the fore part o f August, al
Schumann Piano. W ill trade for
though some years they have ma Mason, secretary.
ree good cows or sell
Klamath County will ship 1000
Junior High School
tured sufficiently to be sold in
250.00. Second House Past R.
potatoes this year.
LO ST: Boys Red Tricycle. Leave July.
Ila M. Myers, principal; Mell E. j
Left hand Side o f East Main.
at Register office.
adds $2,500,000 to
Mr. Rapp, has used the present Carter, grammar; Ethel Reid,
V'OUN'D: Womans wadding ring, seed from which his melons are so
OR SALE REAL ESTATE
owner can have same by prov
ing property and paying for for extra good watermelons for Cleo V. Howell, science; Lizsie K. o f green prunes begin for Eastern
S A LE : Fine aneli stocked
twenty years. His father, Joseph Merritt, opoprtunity room; Hazel market.
advertisement. The Register.
iry farm o f 26 acres. Nearly
Sutherlin— [.»cal oil
81 2-t Repp was a successful truck gard- Sanders, cooking and sewing; Nora
and geography; well ia below 3000 feet, with gas
ia alfalfa. L. W. House, Tal-
ner for many years, and fo r a Ward, history
30-3t. • ! LO ST: Small double coin purse, long time sold his products to the Laura C. Johnson, English and showing.
to people o f Jacksonville where ha Spaniah; Harold A. Teal, vocation
FOR RENT HOUSES
Ashland Register. Suitable Re had established a route, with from al training.
prospects opened on Slide Creek
R E N T : 5 Room House, part-
fifty to sixty customers on I t He
furnished ; chicken
Madras— Big and Little Agency
LO S T: Fa* Terrier, white, black
244 Grant Street.
sign bonds tor water sys
sixth grade; C. Edna
head, black soot on back, bob
fifth grade; Beulah Hussey, fourth
bed tail, wore collar and chain.
R E N T : 6 room bouse, targe
Portland— New Claremont resi
Good reward. N otify
W. and then branched o ff in to other «rade; Mildred Million,
garage. Phone 2R9-J. 36-ftt
dential hotel on c liff et 26th and
lines o f farming.
grade grade; Clara Anderson, sec
Thurston, Talent, Oregon. 3«-4t
REN T J Furnished
“ I am trying to raise as good ond grade; Hazel M. Bruner, first Washington, will cost $1,200,000.
Portland— Hawley Pulp A Pap
melons ms I possibly can” Mr. and second grades; Eugenia Car-
BONDS ARE FOUND
er co mpany builds $70,000 ware
Repp said, and I find that others son first grade.
W A N TE D TO RENT
house on Esst Main.
are trying to captilize on the rep.
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Great Northern reports
TED TO R E N T : Four wr five which it was handled. The bonds utaticn I have built a, and am
Edith L. Bork, principal and progress on Bend-Klamath Falls
m modern furnished house, were negotiable, and it was con st*il:ng their products under my
sixth grade; Margaret O. Cason project.
September First. Prefer be- ceded by officers that it was due na;, « "
Medford— First shipment
close to High School. W rite to the fact that Riley made no in
Fourth grade; Bertha A. Stephens, Bartlett pears fo r 1927 goes to
x A, Care the Register.
timate friends and due to this fact
WEDNESDAY IS LAST
third and fourth grades: Elizabeth New York.
30-3t.* no one knew o f his savings that
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Wilson, third grade; Betty Hile-
Vale— Five cars early potatoes
they were as safe as they were.
New equipment will also be man. second grade; Lillian Nichol
R E N T: Good office*. Well
bring $1.85 per 100 pounds.
needed fo r next year.
son. first grade; Isabelle Watten-
ted fine fo r Beauty
Par- The officers heaved a sigh o f re
Astoria shipped 27.669,749 feet
The First National Bank has barger, first grade.
, Doctors Office.
of lumber to California during
pledged its support to this, and
ms, 137 Oak street.
30-3t placed in a safe deposit box.
Miss Carver believes other local
Eugene— New six-room school
TE D : Girl fo r general office
concerns and organizations will
TONS OF WATERMELONS
NOTICE o r SHERIFF’ S SALE
completed at Marcola.
rk. Must be of good appear-
take interest in the matter.
L A S S iF IE D A D
ce and able to meet the pub-
Salary will be small to
rt but more as ability is de-
nstrated. Address Box B-90
WANTED TO BUY
TED : Fruits to piek on
or at cheap price. A t once
on. 90 Seventh street.
SALE : Dodge Delivery for
t Trucking. Priced $176.00
aycomb Motor So.
S A L E : 1933 Ford Touring
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ky’s Sweet,” this combination giv
ing size and crispness. He finds it
impossible to ship'the melons any
great distance, due to 'he care he
has taken during the years thut he
has raised them, to secure a melon
that was not tough. “ When ever
you find a melon that is capable
o f being shipped you can mark it
down that its not much good," was
one o f the many things learned by
this man during his many years of
experience. A melon 4t seems, in
order to stand shipping cannot be
at all brittle it must be tough, and
when the rind is tough then the
It is notable that during all the
years o f the playground, there has
not been an accident o f a serious
nature, and during the past two
years there has been only one min
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Saturday September 10, 9 o'clock.
In the afternoon the teachers of
each building will meet their re
spective principals for detailed in
Followng is the list o f teachers
for the year 1927-28:
Astoria— Steamer “ Mexican”
takes 20,000 cases salmon, largest
shipment in ports history.
Baker— Baisley— Elkhorn mine
mill completed, fo r heavy ore
Reedsport— New post
and store building has cost $25 -
Ashland— Talent irrigation dis
trict completes $35,000 canal im
Astoria— General contract for
Gray memorial chapel at Clatsop
Plains let fo r $16,268.
Bids asked on 12 miles roads in
Gillian, Jackson, Josephine and
E v e r y A d v e r tis e r
B etto r i f
H E Y ’ RE E F FE C TIV E : Because
almost everyone reads the classi
fied section. The Register is
resd by more than 1800 people
two times a week.
O W : is the time to start using
the classified columns. It’s a
good habit to get.
C H IR O PR A C T O R
DR. E. B. A N G E L L
PioNMait B u ild ing
Dr. R. L. Bur die
Next to Elks Temple
Dr. C. E. Shinn
Open evenings by appointment
O ffice Phone 151-J
Citinone Bank Bldg.
Residence Phone 184
O ffice Phone 48.
Established in 1886
The Only Complete Title Sye*
tem In Jackson County
Abstracts of Title sod
Are ye» geieg to B«y or B»Bi
e H s s m in Ash lead H I
Write JOHN B .3HELEY
Ceotrel Peiat, Oregea
Ceaety Agent for tl
Saviors 4 Lea a AusnlaMaw
We make loans on town yre^
erty anywhere In the county.
PH YSIC IAN
Dr. Charlen A Hainas
Pkyilciaa aad Serge»»
O ffice Phone 164J
Home Phone 164-L
10 to 12 A. M — 2 to 5 P. M
R E A L ESTATE
Goad City far Ceantry
— Bays aad Trades —
F. L. NUTTER
-40 r. Maia
Mrs. Nellie SielafPa
133 Hargadine A ve.
Dr. W . J. Crandall
W ill reopen Tuesday,
Sept. 6th. Tuition $5
Physician and Surgeon
Eye, Ear, Nose sad Threat
O ffice Phone 12«
First National Bank Building
Convalescent H om e
Where the sick and aged ■
cared fo r in pleasant bei
G. W . Gregg. M. D.
Citisaas Beak Bldg.
O ffice Hour» 10-lJ A. M.
2-5 P. M.
Phones-49 (o ffle e ) 222 R (rao)
W hittle Transfer
A Storage Co.
COAL, W OOD aad 9 T O R A G »
D. M. BROWER. M. D.
Uses Radio Heat
Theraphy in connection with
other measures in treating die-
ease. O ffice at Reaidence.
SIS Caatral Are
Packing. C an Mag aad
Laag Distance Ha
AUTO FREIGHT T E R M IN AI»
Office S9 Oak St.
You Stop at
C lassified Section
H E Y ’ RE C H E AP: These classi
fied ads. They normally cost but
little, and now their price is
cut in two. For a fift y cent
classified, you get a 25c gallon
o f gas!
o f a Lien upon
.. office o f the
County Clerk oi ,ne State o f Ore
gon, for the County o f Jackson,
on the 20th day o f August, 1927,
duly attested the 20th day of
August, 1927. I have levied upon
the following personal property of
the Defendant, F. M. Havens, to-
wit: One Ford Touring Car, 1926
Oregon license, No. 134-364, Mo
tor No. 8179449.
Notice is hereby given that on
the 7th day o f September, 1927,
at 10:40 o’clock a. m. at the Oak
Street Garage in Ashland, Jack-
son county, Oregon, I will sell the
above described property to the
highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy
said Lien and the coats o f this
proceeding as provided in Chapter
221, General Laws o f Oregon,
Dated this 22 day o f August,
R A LPH G. JENNINGS,
S heriff o f Jackson County, Oregon
In T h e R e g is te r’s
ê B usiness and P rofessional ]
D irectory ^ ^
OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
Tou will like
81XTH and SPRING STREETS
R E A L E STATE
Beaver Realty Co.
A. M. Beaxer
During this campaign, a free gallon o f gasoline will
be given with each classified advertisement of fifty
cents, and with each advertisement of one dollar or over
two free gallons will be given. There are no catches—
the offer is not “ camouflaged.” All you have to do is
bring in your ad and, upon cash payment get the
tickets that will give you many free miles in your car. If
you prefer, we will draw up the advertisement for you,
and assist you in giving it the most effective wording
and display value.
CLIFF BU R LIN G A M E
176 E. Main St.
fainter aad Dacaratar
Yockey & Company
Raal Estate, Loans, Raatals
Trades a Specialty
177 E. Moia St. Ashland. Ova.
PIN E H U R S T
On Ashland-Klamath Falls
Highway on Jenny
By Louis Jennings. Deputy.
34 -2 1
Rooms, Meals, Sunday Din
ners, Home Cooking. Spo
the re s u lts
— o f this unusual offer, since it was made a week ago,
have been surprisingly good. Many people have taken
advantage of this opportunity, and many have had im
mediate returns. In fact, almost everybody agrees with
us that THERE IS NO SU BSTITU TE FOR C IR C U LA
T IO N — and the Register has it
T he â s h ‘ * nd R ecister
“There Is No Sub»titute For Circulation”
82-90 par day ay '
H. C. FRYM AN,
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BIDS W A N T E D
Bids covering driving o f Siski
you School District bus. Appli
cant must he competent driver.
Run will he from Summit Siski
you to Ashland and return. All
bids subject to acceptance qr r e
jection by .School Board, Did* to
he accepted up to September 6th,
for further information see Le-
Roy C. Ostrander, Clark 1st Die-
LeR O Y C. O STRANDER.
Clerk o f School DisL No. 38
MADDENS TIR E SHOP
Best in Tires or Best in Service
Trade in your old tires
70 N. Main
Day or Night
partiaa and Boarder».
MRS. HAROLD A1KINS
W ARM ?
Cool o ff st
Jackson Hot Springs
S aflea south of Ashland