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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1927)
Daniel Elmer Combs the 5th of
13 children of, James Nelson and
Sarah Jane Combs was born in
Minard County, 111., March 15th
I 1854. When a child his parents
moved to Iowa and at the age of
ten moved by train to Marysville,
* Calif., thten by team over the Sis-
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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 makes
the burden o f the housewife
COST IS SMALL
Try the Rough-Dry Plan—
It saves you money and en
31 Water Street
Is worth all the con
give it. Thoughtfully
greatly to ’ the attrac-
| tiveness o f your home
and to the comfort of
those who enter it.
Many new, attractive
fixtures at the
over 600.000 in (he United States
Boys' and Girls' Club Work ia
found at its besi at Camp Plummer
during the week of the Annual Pa
cificante! national Livestock Expo
sition at Portland, to be held this
year October 29 to November 5, in
clusive. Here the Northwest's fu
ture agricultural and livestock lead
ers obtain one week's practical in
struction in the science of farming.
Boy* and girls come from all parts
of the Northwest to participate in
the inspiring exercises held aunu-
j ally at the Camfr
Over $100,000 in premiums are
j given each year at the Pacific In-
I ternational for exhibits of Pure
Harold C. Stimson, Donor Annually, Bred Livestock and Agricultural
I Products. The Exposition combines
of a Fine Heifer; Club Girl, Carmen
great Livestock Show, Dairy Prod
Daniel — 1926 Winner — And Her
ucts Show, Land and Manufactur
ers’ Show, Northwest Fox Show,
Each year Harold C. Stimson, Wool Show, Industrial Exposition,
owsgr of the famous Hollywood and the world's greatest Horse
Farm of Washington, presents a Show.
splendid Holstein heifer for the
That the Pacific International is
best work, in Livestock activities, one’ of the great assets of Agricul
done by Club boys and girls In the ture and Livestock interests in this
Northwest. Carmen Daniel of Cove, western country is now conceded
I Oregon, outstanding Club girl in without question. 150,000 people
Holstein activities in the United from all parts of the nation are ex
States for 1926, was the winner of pected to attend this year. Special
last year's award.
fare-and-one-third rates to Portland
Over 11,000 boys and girls are do during the Exposition are to be in
ing Club work in Oregon, an equal effect on all the leading railroads
ly large number in Washington, and of the Northwest.
kiyous thru what is now the city F. and F. W. Combs of Talent,
of Ashland, thru Phoenix where Oregon.
The funeral services were held
there was only a stage house, thru
in Ashland at Stocks Undertaking
Jacksonville which consisted
only a few buildings and settled Parlors. Oct., 27, 1927, Rev. D.
near Brownsville, Linn county, D. Randall and Rev. Howard Gear
Oregon where he lived to the age having charge of the services. In
o f 17 years. He then went to terment in the Wagner
near Pendleton, cemetery.
which was then in its infancy.
There he learned the blacksmith- STÓP AT RAILROAD CROSS
ing trade and also carpenting. A f
INGS OR GO TO JAIL
ter 25 years he sold his Donation
land claim at Ukiah and went to
Santa Cruz.— Motorists who fail
Albany where he lived for one
to stop before passing railroad
year, there he married Miss Al
ma Palmqr, October 26, 1909. He crossings in Santa Cruz county
then came to Talent and settled will be guilty of a misdeamor ac
on his farm on Wagner
creek cording to an ordinance passed by
where he lived the rest of his life. the county supervisors and which
Five years ago he took the flu will become effective in thirty
while working on a barn in bad days. A fine not exceeding $500
weather, which resulted in heart or both fine an imprisonment is
trouble from which he never ful- j the punishment to the violator of
ly recovered although a great part the ordinance.
o f the time he was able to do hard
Numerous fatalities at the Chit
work. Three years ago he was con- i tenden crossing at the lower end
verted during a meeting conduct of Santa Cruz county led to the
ed by Rev. I). D. Randle in the passing of the ordinance which is
Wagner creek school house after believed to be the only one of its
which he took an active part in kind in the state.
Sunday school and church work
in his community. On July 20th,
Gladstone— Work begins
1927 he took a severe attack of once on $112.000 Bull Run water
heart trouble and after a linger project.
ing illness passed away peaceful
ly at his home Oct. 24, 1927.
Marshfield— G. W. Moore Lum
He leaves to mourn, a widow ber Co. buys 1000 atres timber on
and the following brothers and sis- Coquille River.
**1*.-■ A. D. Combs o f Longview,
Washington, Mrs. N. D. Cottn of
ANSWER GIVES VALUE
Albany, Oregon, Mrs. Charlie Mc
Donald o f Albee, Oregon, E. M. I
Combs o f Toledo, Oregon, L. B. I ced at S152.7R0. The total value
and M. R. Combs of California, F. of hotel and office furniture in the
— — — —.
LOST AND FOUND
FOR SALE: 10 gal. water tank LOST: Lost near Moon1 Saw Mill
and fittings with electric heat • on Logging Road Bill Fold con
taining valuable papers. Prop
er. Elks Bldg., Barber Shop.
erty Chas. Winter. Return to
i Dr. R. L. Burdic
FOR SALE: Red and
Register O ffice and receive re
Grapes 34c. Blackberries 50c
per crate on vines. 430 Holly.
STRAYED OR STOLEN: 8 tur
FOR SALE: A white rotary elec
keys, hens, from Mrs. S. K.
Next to Elks Temple
tric sewing machine, Martha
Barnes, Belleview. $10 reward
Washington type. In very good
for their whereabouts.
condition, and has not been
used long. It costs $160 and will FOUND: Snare truck Tire and
Dr. C. E. Shinn
wheel at Pinehurst.
sell for half price. Write Bx B
can have same by identifying
care the Register.
property and paying for ad
I Open evenings by appointment
FOR SALE LIVE STOCK
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR SALE: White milch Goats,
Residence 151-L '
1 Billy Goat, 2 years old, elig FOR RENT; A clean comfortable
ffice Phone 151-J
ible to register. One nanny, six room house, mostly furnished.
year old. Two ‘ nanny
There is one acre of ground and
Citizens Bank Bldg.
about five months old. Inquire
housing for several
at 63 Gresham street.
chickens. Rent $30. 1307 Iowa
Residence Phone 184
FOR SALK: Fryers and Hens, FOR RENT: 6 room Modern house
Corn Fattened, 25 cents per
121 Bush Street. Phone 289 J.
pound. Phone 17F2.
FOR RENT: Apartments for rent
TRADE: Come in and look over
Enquire 167 East Main street.
my long list of properties for
Dr. Charle# A. Haine«
trade in various parts of Ore
FOR RENT: Five room furnished
gon, Washington and California
house, 239 Second street. In
Physician and Surgaon
and a f?w farther east. You may
quire at 713 Oak street.
O ffice Phone 164-J
find something that you want
Home Phòne 164-L
in exchange for your property Fthl KENT: t urmsnea aouss.
H. C. Galey, 65 East Main St.
O ffic e H eursi
10 to 12 A. M — 2 to 6 P. M.
FOR RENT ROOMS AND
FOR RENT: Two garages at 96
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE: One acre o f ground
WANTED: A competent Steno
in Berries, five room house,
garage, chicken house. Inquire
at 713 Oak street.
in the county is $155,510.
Some interesting statistics on
agriculture are given in Coleman’s
summary. It shows 3,217 horses
in the county, as compared with 3,-
372 for 1926. The total value of
horses this year is $152,140, or
$47.92 each. Last
horse was worth $52.40.
There are 17,090 head of stock
cattle as compared with 19,309 in
1926 and the value o f each is
$18.31 as compared with $16.20
a year ago. There are 5,468 dairy
cows— less than a year ago. In
1926 there were 5,756. There is
only a few cents diference in val
The bee industry has shown an
Beaver Realty Co.
I A. M. Beaxer
175 E. Main S t
Established in 1885
The Only Complete Titto Sy^
tom in Jackson County
Abstract! of Titlo and
Are you going to Bay or Build
a Home in Ashland 7 7 7
Write JOHN B SHELEY
Central P oin t, O reg on
fo r L O A N S -IO year
C ounty A gen t fo r the Bet
Savings A . Loan A ssociativ a
We make loans on town prop
erty anywhere in the connty.
G ood C ity fo r C ountry
— Buys and T rades—
F. L. N U T TE R
-«O E Mam
Ashland, O regon
1S3 G ranite
Where the sick and aged I
cared for in pleasant
Physician and Surgeon
increase from 925 to 1,495, and
In the county are 12,007 head
of sheep, while a year ago there
were 10,909 head. Value has in
creased from $5.95 to $7.39 per
head. The number of swine has
increased from 1,859 to 2,134 and
each one is worth about a dollar
more, this year.
There are 1,121 dogs listed in
the county, about a hundred less
than were listed last year. The to
tal value of the canine popula
tion of the county is $11,980.
Under poultry, Coleman lists
38,299 as contrasted to 31,967% .
in 1926. A year ago each hen was
worth 33 cents. This year the val
ue is placed at 34 cents.
Dr. W . J. Crandall
WANTED: Load o f good 1st or WANTED: Used Band Instru
3rd crop alfalfa hay. Deliver
ments. Bring yours to us at
ed at 399 Beach street. Ash
once if you want to sell. Elharts
land, at not more than $15 per
Book and Music Store.
ton. R. D. Sanford
& Storage Co.
Eye, Ear, Nesa and Throat
Office Phene 126
First National Bi*tk Building
C O A L , W O O D and S T O R A G S
Packing, C ratin g and Sh ipp lag
Lon g D istance H ealing
G. W . Gregg. M. D.
AUTO FREIGHT T E R M IN A L
Citizens Bank Bldg.
Office Hours 10-11 A. M.
2-6 P. M.
Office 89 Oak S t
Phones-69 (office) 222-R(ret)
D. M. BROWER. M. D.
Uses Radio Hoat
Theraphy in connection with
other measures in treating dia-
ease. Office at Residence.
216 Central Are
C L IF F B U R L IN G A M E
s’ ainter and F x a r s t s r
Papering, T. Hag
SICKNESS SELDOM BECOMES
B usiness and P rofessional !
Antiseptic Sprays ami Gargles are
usetj at the first sign o f Throat
Results have proved that we are
suggesting the best.
Enderg Block AiMand, Oregon
|L ith ia Springs Pharmacy'
the value has increased from $2,-
«20 to $4,990.
SEE RAIL DEVELOPMENT
Continued From Page 1
A month later a surveying crew
arrived on the scene, and boyain
| to survey toward Klamath Falls,
j They remained at their task fo"
j about five weeks «and departed.
! They were working in the Jenny
Creek district where ‘ he Weyer-
| haeuser Timber company with 4«.-
000 wixfied acres, an outlet to 11:1!^
i line tracks.
For gome time past, there have
j been whispers o f a railroad to the
Blue Ledge district, the copper
mine of the same name being und-
; er control of the Guggenheims,
, it being the general understanding
that the Guggenheims would op-
| erate the mine, and furnish the
W holesale or Retail
Orders filled for can
tonnage, if a railroad was furnish
ed. That ia the rub, now being
While there is no blare o f trum
ets about, there is a firm local eon
viction that with the coming o f the
first 1928 robin, there will «Iso
come more surveying crews.
W h a t’s So Dang Funny!