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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View This Issue
S* b I-W h U ; Piper Pobliihed at Aihland, Oregon
Formerly the Central Point an<i Addami American
Office at 872 East Main Street
BUSINES AND NEWS PHONE »6
Advertising Rates Giren on Application
at the luncheon. There will be an
exhibition o f Christmas
work being done by the club
members to give new ideas to oth
L. H. Gallatin attended the
$ 2.00 Poultry producers meeting in
Medfor last Saturday.
Entered at the Poatoffice at Ashland, Oregon, as Second Class
Matter, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879
WAGNER CREEK NEWS
Member STATE EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION
Member NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Green of
this creek motored to Dorris, Cali
fornia last Monday and returned
Tuesday. They were visiting Mrs.
Green’s brother, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Combs and
family were business visitors in
Medford last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kent of
Riverside, California were visitors
at the G. A. Briner honre last
T H E AVERAGE MAN”
A writer for the American magazine thinks he
has captured ‘ ‘the average man ” He turns out
to be, it appears, the proprietor o f a one-man
clothing store in Fort Madison, la., who is mar
ried, has four children, attends church now and
then, drives a medium priced car, belongs to the
Elks and goes to the movies.
The magazine wTriter calls this individual “ the
average man,” but as a matter of fact he is only
one Roy L. Gray. For “ the average man” is but a
figure o f speech, the handy creation o f statisti
cians, the pawn o f writers and preachers. The
one saving thing about humanity is that there is
no average m an; that every man has the chance
to himself anti none other, and that man is dis
tinguished from the beast in that no general class
ification will admit any considerable portion o f
W e do not believe a kind providence will ever
permit the human race to develop an average
man. Such a one would be a dull and stupid pat
tern, little better than a slave. It is not the make
o f a car nor the amount o f i wage nor the size o f
a hat nor a family that determines the classifica
tion o f men.
Men are to be graded and classified only by
what they think and what they do, and for that
there is no mean unit o f measure. It makes no
difference howT large a man’s pay check may be,
the vital question is, for what does he spend his
money? It matters little whether he has one child
or a dozen, the important thing is to learn wheth
er he is kind, whether he is thoughful, whether he
inspires them to usefulness and to carry on life
where he lays it down and do better than he did
It makes little difference how often he goes to
church or whether he goes at all, providing he is
tolerant toward the religious views o f other men
and humbly acknowledges his own insignificance
in the divine scheme o f the universe. It is unim
portant whether he likes jazz music or classical
airs, cartoons or Rembrants, W ill Rogers or
Shakespeare, if he only appreciates that there are
noble delights in the arts, splendors o f pleasure
to one attuned to beauty.
O f course there are many points o f likeness
among men. Most of us .thank goodness, find life
beautiful and exciting, in spite of its disappoint
ments and its sorrows. Most o f us endeavor to be
honest and decent, to meet our obligations and
provide for our families. There’s much that is
good in the worst of us, and in all there is lighted
a godlike spark that can be fanned into a mighty
flame for tremendous deeds.
But don’t call any o f us an “ average man.”
That is utterly damning, a classification that
holds j io hope, a prison which has not one gate
toward freedom. If society is working for any
thing at all, if the plagues and the wars and the
catastrophes and victories that have fused men
have any significance, they mean that man is
working toward a state o f living together in
which no one needs be average, in which each
one has opportunity and encouragement and a
chance to succeed in raising himself high in forever
marking himself aside from the common herd.
dress in gray.
But attractiveness is not mere
ly a combination o f extenrnal
things, though those weigh heavily
in calling attention at first. To be
attractive, after the first meet-
ing, one must have inner charms—
a kindly mugger, a warm heart,
a sincere interest in people, in
earnest desire to contribute to the
happiness and comfort of those
with whom he associates a satis
factory philosophy o f life, a plea
sing personality, a smile rather
than a grouch, and such intelli
gence and vivacity that he knows
interesting things to talk about
and does it. Of course we soon
become digusted with the chatter
box who "talks our arm o ff” , but
we also lose interest in the “ dumb
Dora” who will not or cannot think
of enough interesting things to
say to keep the ball of conversa
There was an entertainment giv
The important thing to r mem
en at the home o f Mrs. I. E. Brad
ber about attractiveness is that
ley last Thursday by Ted Brown
it is not the gift of the gods vouch
and his Hawaiian entertainers of
safed to only a favored few, but
Ashland. Mr. Brown will broad
that it is composed of geneval ap
cast from KMED from now on.
pearance, the dress, manners, per-
Rev. Mr. J.
A C. „ Williams
. . . in j sonality, spirit and intelligence,
visiting an<j ¡s attainable by any normal
woman who is willing to exeit
Mr. Charlie Dunford and Mr. herself enough to study and ac-
Hugh Combest spent one night of quire it.
last week at the home of Mr. and
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Mrs. H. S. Lynch. Mr. Dunford, Portland to have extension of
and Mr. Combest are riding f o r 1 New York Stock Exchunge ticker.
cattle for Mr. Frank Cameron, j
They all reside in the Applegate | LnGrande building two $250,
Ted Brown and his Hawaiian
entertainers gave an entertain
Roseburg banks show healthy
ment at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
F. W. Combs lasb Saturday even
THE ART OF BEING
increase in deposits and business
x n n c c c c c c o j c o 3C o
Klamath Falls— S. P. and Great
Northern buy Sixth Street proper
ty Tor station use.
? o cccocococccoco
B usiness and P rofessional
A Three Day Cough I»
Dr. R. L. Bur die
Beaver Realty Co.
1 A. M Beaxer
Creomulsion Is reco*
mended For Coughs,
Colds, Bronchial A s
thma, Catarrhal Bron
chitis. BUT MORE
Next to Elks Tempi«
Established in 1886
The Only Complete Title Sys
tem in Jackson County
Abstracts of Title and
Dr. C. E. Shinn
Open evenings by appointment
O ffice Phone 151-J
Are you going to Buy or Build
a Home in Ashland 7 7 1
Write JOHN B SHF.LEY
Central Point, Oregon
for LOANS-IO year
County Agent for the Benefit
Savings A Loan Association
We make loans on town prep
erty anywhere in the county.
Dr. Charles A. Haine«
Physician and Sargooa
Good City for Ceun'ty
Citiaens Bank Bldg.
Reaidnnc« Phone 184
To be graceful is almost a
greater factor in beauty then to
be pretty o f face. Movement is
always more attractive than static
beauty, and grace of movement is
Ender« Block Ashland, Oregon
al large part of charm.
Even the plain woman can be
THE BEST OF MEATS AND POULTRY KEPT IN THIS
attractive if she makes the most
BEST OF CONDITION BY
of herself; choose her clothing of
the right lines and color to em
phasize her god points; does her
hair in a way which is becoming
to her; keeps herself clean and
Farmers and Stockmen are requested In call as I am in the
neat; and has a pleasing interested
market for the choicest stock and poultry
Consider the matter of walking.
Jerky, stiff walkin gis repulsive to
the observer. Any woman can
practice walking as she goes along
the street. Do it in rythm, hum
ming a tune to yourself. As you
put one foot forward and rest it
on ground, gradually rise on the
hall of the other foot until you
lift it and step forward. Do not
make your movements abrupt and
Necessary to the cultivation of
grace is a full-length mirror. Do
not think of yourselves so much
in detail. Folks do not remember
you as eyese, hair, mouth and
A Pre-Blended Powder With New Odor All
nose. They even say, “ I do not re
member the color of her eyes or
For $1 03. A $2.00 Value.
hair, but it was just her general
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impression.” They remember the
Compact $ .50------ Face Powder $1.00
form and color and a general at
Rouge $ .50
mosphere of your, personality. To
get this general impression of
yourself as a whole. How do you
look in a full length mirror? Your
reflection there is the picture oth
er people will get of you. Pose,
dress and hair are the outstanding
Use the Mail”
items the full-length
throws back at you.
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In dress, color makes the first
Mr. McCracken's brother and sis- bid for interest. It is the first
VALLEY VIEW NOTES
ter, J. R. McCracken and Mrs. thing a child— or a man notices.
Mr. ai& Mrs. J. F. Arnold and James Lennox and their families. Hundreds o f women on the street
Frances Spindler were
W. F. DeFord went to Portland dress in flat, neutral colors and
guests at the Albert Arnold home last Sunday for a few days visit, arouse no interest. Dress a woman
in Ashland last Sunday.
John Pettinger of Ashland has in a solid color, as black, white,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wakefield of been spending the past week nt gray or any good neutral tone,
Marting, Calif., who have been, the D. M. Lowe ranch assisting at and add a brilliant touch of color
visting Mrs. Wakefield*’ parer ts the
farm work while Mr. Lowe somewhere in hat or scarf, and she
Mr. and Mrs. DeFord left for was absent in Portland,
immediately stands out from the
home last Thursday.
Roger Shiffer of Ashland spent crowd.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Lowe
who a part o f last week end with his
xhe short, stout figure fan
were attending the Pacific Inter- friend Keith Lennox in
Valley ,jraW pleased attention to herself
national Livestock Show in Port- View.
i by wearing long, soft, clinging
land last week returned home last
Mr*. Albert Arnold and daugh-1 gOWngi with narrow draperies and [
ter Edith o f Ashland visited with trains, and tight sleeves with nar
J. R. McCracken also returned Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Arnold last row strips dangling from them,
from the Exposition the first of J Monday.
j (But the best way is to diet and'
the week, after enjoying a week
J. O. Rigg of Ashland was a din- exercise and lo*e a few pound*»
in Portland and vicinity
ner guest at the J. R McCracken j a s to your hair, if you do not
Mrs. Kenneth Lansing and small home last Sunday.
know how to do it becomingly,
daughter of Portland arrived last'
The Valley View Community i study hair a* you observe it or
\ i ATTRACTIVE WINTER RATES
Thursday evening for a few weeks Club will hold an all day session others, ask advice of your friend*,
visit with Mrs. Lansings parent*, at the club house on the regutar ()p go to a beauty parlor and take
Mr. and Mrs. James Lennox.
monthly meeting day which will a few lessons. If you want your
Mrs. W. H. Bark and baby of be on Thursday Nov. 17th. Th» hair to win approving attention,
For Permanent Guests
Medford are spending this week forenoon will be spent in making j select clothing which will bring
visiting Mrs. W . F. DeFord.
Christinas fancies under the sup- out iU color, that is select ac on- j
Mra. Mabel Reachert. Mrs. Mary ervision o f Mrs. Florence York, trasting color. Do not drown out
$25.00 Per'Month and Up
Brawn, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Car- home demonstrator and a covered its color by wearing clothing o f j
ter and family o f Ashland were dish luncheon will be served at the same color. If you have red
callers ia Valley View last Sun- noon. In the afternoon Miss Cham- haid. do not try to tone it down
See the Management for Further Details
I berlain of Ashland will address by wearing shades of red or brown
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McCracken the elub after the regular business but make it show forth in all its
o f Ukiah, Calif, arrived in Valley meeting. Mias Chamberlain and glory by wearing white or blaik.
View last Thursday to viMt with, also Him Palmar will be guest* If you have gray hair, do not
Lithia Springs Pharmacy'
— Buys and Trades -
F. L. NUTTF.W
Office Phene 1«4-J
Home Ph&ne 184-L
176 E. Main St.
19 to 12 A. M — I to $ P. M.
Ashland, O regen
Where the sick and aged are
cared for in pleasant home
Dr. W . J. Crandall
Physician and Burgeen
A Storage Co.
Eye, Ear, Nase and Throat
COAL, WOOD end STORAGE
Offiao Phone 12$
Packing, Crating and Skipping
Long Distonca Hauling
First National Bank BuMdiag
AUTO FREIGHT TERMINAL
Office 89 Oak St.
G. W . Gregg. M. D.
Citiaoas Bank Bldg.
O ff!«« Honrs 1 (4 1 A. M.
2-6 P. M.
Phonea-99 (office) 222-R(res)
delator sad ( lorster
Psperlag, Ti ina
D. M. BROW ER. M. D.
Uses Radio Boat
Thnraphy in connection with
other measures in treating dis
euse. Office at Residence.
P h o n « 4 bu
2 1 « Central A r e
W holesale or Retail
Orders filled for can
j Paint«, Oil«, GU m V«r-
j nifth, Building Paper,
Felt«, Enamel«, Decor-
ette end Varnish r 1 tin«.
When you need a paint
er or anything in the
painting line call
first publication of this Summons,
and if yoif fail to appear within
J. O. RIGG
said time, the plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief demand
ed in the aaid Complaint, to-wlt:
That the plaintiff have judg
ment and decree foreclosing that
certain real property mortgage
— Best Workmen
covering lots 8 to 41 inclusive in
Block 10 of Central addition to the
City o f Eagle Point, in Jackson
_ _ A County, Oregon, which Mortgage
was executed by J. W. Ward and
A Mabel Ward, his wife and dated
November 25th, 1926 and o f re-
lo the Circoli Coort of. ibo Sloto
af Oregoa ia sad fm
Records of Jackson county, Ore
gon, on which property a second
STATE OF OREGON.
mortgage was executed unto you,
and which mortgage should be de
creed second and inferior to the
J. W. WARD and MABEL
claim o f the plaintiff.
WARD. Hi« Wife,
By order o f the Honorable Or
lando M. Gorkin, Judge,
GEORGE H. LOY. aad
and dated October 26th, 1927, this
ROSETTA R. LOY, Hi« )
Summons is served upon you by
publication for four
TO George H. Loy and Rosetta weeks in the Ashland Register,
R. Loy, the above named Defen- published at Aahland, aaid Jack-
> dan to:
I ton County, and appearance must
In the name o f the State o f Ore ba made within four weeks from
gon you and each o f you are here- the date of the first publication
| by summoned and required to ap- which ia October 27th, 1927.
1 pear and answer the Complaint in
Wm. M BRIGGS.
I, the ab'iv** entitled suit, now on file
Attorney for plaintiff.
in the office of the county clerk of
; | Jackson County, Oregon within P. j0. Address, noneer Block,
Four Weeks from the date hereof.
'he same being the data o f the149-4timea O