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spent the Th'.oksgiving holidays
FOR JACKSON COUNTY
visiting at th home of Mr. and S p r a t ! W alls, P lain tiff x
Mrs. Frank I key on
street. Mrs. Boyd left Saturday f s r s Gillette, w ife a f EdCar ,
evening for San Francisco where I. Gillette, Delia W , F itke, x
Ratos: Ons cant a word first insertion,
she will join her husband who is fo rm erly w if e of Almoad C.
h alf cent a word th e re afte r
in business in that city.
Gillette, also the unknown t
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilson and heirs of A. V. Gillette, De- t
R SA L E M1SCELANEOUS
FOR RENT HOUSES
children of Medford were guests i ceased, and also all other x
SALE Singer Sewing mi- FOR RENT—Nice country home Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.j persons or p artie s unknown ■
claim ing an y
right title. I
Bed (new), Iron
on Wagner creek. Trade Bun- Sams on Third street.
td (single) with hair mattress
galu court 4 unit for southern
Mrs. W. R. Davis, S. B. Davis,' estate, lien or in terest in I
ltd springs. Book cases. Books
Oregon property. Phone 208-J and Rosetta McGee of Allison1 the real e sta te described in t
ad Magazines, bound and un-
56-4 street visited Allan McGee and the complaint herein, Defen t
jund, Some old China. F. E.
family in Medford Sunday.
FOR RENT: Well furnished, six
'atson. 33 Strawberry Lane.
Keep in mind the Chicken Din
room modern house, with gar
To Cora Gillette, wife of Edgar
at the Upper ValUy Club
age. Will give satisfactory ten
NTED: Home Laundry work
Gillette, also the unknown heirs
ant six months lease at $35 per
anted. 235 Fifth street. 57-10t
A. V. Gillette, Deceased, and al
month. F. E. Watson. 33 Straw
SALE: Five tube Radio
55-2t P. M. Dancing and cards following so all other persons or parties un
known claiming any right, title,
mplete Cheap. 75 Alida street
the dinner all for $1.00
FOR RENT: 6 room Modern house
Mrs. A. R. Petrie of Stockton, estate, lien or interest in the real
121 Bush Street. Phone 269 J. California arrived this morning estate described in the complaint
SALE—A good heating FOR RENT: Apartnients for rent for a short visit at the home of her herein, the above named defen
<. 163 Auburn Street. 564*
Enquire 167 East Main street. sister, Mrs. H. L. Claycomb on dants.
IN THE NAME OF THE
*R SALE: Second hand Oak FOR RENT: Five room furnished Harrison street. Mrs. Petrie has
OF OREGON You are
Javenport. Inquire 550 E Main
house, 239 Second street. In
ions and has many friends who hereby required to appear and an
quire at 713 Oak street.
will be pleased to greet her.
swer the complaint of the plain
-I FOR RFN'T: ru ralinea
tiff in the above entitled court
R SALE Ford Sedan
now on file with the clerk of said
Rubber, Good Battery. A(watc r l Holmes Grocery.
court within four weeks from date
gnition. Drive it away $75.01 * [ FOR RENT : Jwo garages at 96 j
of first publication hereon, and
(Continued From Page 1)
j Laurel Street.
Dealers have not yet been advis you are hereby notified that if
I r SALE: Day bed (new ); Iror i
FOR SA L E RE A L E ST ATE
ed as to the prices at which the you fail to appear and answer as
bed (single width) with hail
new Ford line will sell, but defin hereby required the plaintiff will
|ma'tress and springs,
rugs . I FOR SALE: One acre of ground ite assurance has come from De apply to the court for the relief
in Berries, five room house,
some other furniture. Call fore
prayed for in his complaint, to-
garage, chicken house. Inquire troit that the prices will be entire wit: For a decree of this court that
F. F. Watson, 33 Straw
at 713 Oak street.
Ford Motor Company to provide the defandants have no estate or
WANTED: Used Band Instru- the best possible automobile at interest whatsoever in or to the
following iescribed premises sit
ments. Bring yours to us at the lowest possible price.
[SALE: Must sell at once. Stock
once if you want to sell. Elharts
Elaborate arrangements are be uated in the county of Jackson,
1216 Chinchillas Rabbits about
Book and Music Store.
39-2t ing made for the public reception State of Oregon, to-wit:
160 coming prime December, •1
39-tf here. City officials and prominent
Beginning at a point 775.5 feet
lance 3 to 5 months old. $400
sh takes the lot. Also some WANTED: To Care for children.! business men of Ashland and vi south and 25.6 feet east of the
corner common to sections 4, 5,
hatches. Write for appointment.
Mrs. Dan Combs. Rt. 1 Talent, cinity have been invited and pre
parations have been made to give 8, and 9 Township 39, south
LeRoy C. Ostrander, Siskiyou,
53-3t every caller at the show a thor range 1 east of W. M. Oregon;
WANTED TO RENT: Man with ough understanding of this car, thence north 59 degrees 24’ east
FOR S A L E HOUSES
family would like to rent few which is expected to make a new along the southerly line of Church
street in Ashland, Oregon 117 feet
acres for gardening, with house chapter in automobile history.
OR SALE: or will exchange foi
Four-wheel brakes, standard se to the westerly line of High street^
or small ranch with stock on
property in or near Santa Rosa
shares. Route 1 Bx 119. 55-2t lective gear transmission, extra thence south 32 degrees 14’ east
Calif., or for new car. Lot 6,
ordinary acceleration, a speed of along said westerly line of High
Blk. II Van Ness avenue. 100 j WANTED: Man or woman wants sixty miles an hour and more, a street, 90 feet; thence south 59
work. 235 Fifth street. 57-10-p practically vibrationless engine, degrees 45’ west 112.5 feet, thence
x200 all street work done. Mrs.
C. L. Hawley, Santa Rosa. Cal.
and unusual beauty in line and north 68 degrees west 12 feet;
Rt. 2 Bx 491.
color are among the outsanding thence north 32 degrees west 90.7
feet to the point of beginning.
FOR SALE LIVE STOCK
That the title of the plaintiff is
'OR SALE: White milch Gents,
good and valid in said premises;
1 Billy Goat, 2 years old, elig
ible to register. One nanny,
year old. Two nanny
4 >out five months old. Inquire
st 63 Gresham street.
Diamond Briquettes are fine for furnaces or
or November. 1927, this summons
is served on the defendants by
publication thereof for four suc
cessive yveeks in the Ashland Reg
ister, a semi-weekly newspaper
printed and published at Ashland.
Oregon, and the defendants by
said order are required to appear
and answer within four weeks
from the date of first publication
Attorney for Plaintiff, Resid-1
ing at Ashland, Oregon.
Date of first publication Nov. 29,
We Have On Hand Dry
16 Inch Body Fir
12 Inch Black Oak
16 Inch Modiane and Oak
4 Foot Fir Cord Wood
Date of last publication Dec. 20,
Carson-Fowler Lbr. Co
it is so easy to
SPALDING KRO-FLITE IRONS
SPALDING DRIVERS AND BRASSIES
SPALDING GOLF BAGS
with an Electric
Reductions for the Holidays
arrived — price
COME IN AND SEE US FOR
a Merry Christmas to
At Unequalled Prices
HEADQUARTERS FOR SPORTING GOODS
AND SPORTS APPAREL”
•'1R SALE Fryers and Hens,
>m Fattened, 25 cents per
pound. Phone 17F2.
Mrs. Amos Nininger and daugh-
er Dorothy motored to Jackson-
ille Monday to visit Mrs. Jerry
I’N’eal, a sister of Mrs. Nininger
rho is undergoing a course
reatments at the sanitarium run
y Dr. Jenkins in that city. Mrs.
Weal is improving rapidly.
Mrs. A. Inobnit is visiting in
his city for a few days. Mrs. In-
hnit’s husband is the proprietor
f the Shasta Springs Hotel st
hasta Springs, California.
Ralph R. Salsbury and wife of
»kland visited with Mr. Fred
Herman Mattern Dies
¡nr. Hatcher of Hatchers Floral
and Seed Company, was operated
on Saturday morning at the Com
munity Hospital for appendicitis
and is doing very nicely.
Mrs. Ira E. Bolton and son.
Jack, returned Sunday from Kla
math t alls where they spent the
Thanksgiving vacation with rela
Mr. V. D. Birch who made th«
motor trip with Mr. A. B. Carlson
from Fruita, Colorado, last week
returned home Wednesday.
Miss Leona Lynch returned the
latter part of the week from a two
week’s trip to Portland, Seattle
and Vancouver, where she visited
relatives and friends.
— H s v . y our C lo th e, cleaned be-
fore the Holiday ruth. P a u lae ru d .
Miss Frances McGHlery, a stud
ent at the Normal School returned
yesterday from a visit to
mother, who lives near Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Carlson of
Lithia Apartments delightfully
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Bullock
at dinner Thankcgiving Day.
S a i t , and Topcoat. U r Holiday
•reor io P a . l o e r . d - .
57. , r
Mrs. I. s. Willits. her son Billy
•nd her father C. B French of
th » city spent the Thanksgiving
holidays with the W W w mq, .
family at Persist. Oregon, they re-
ie in Ashland
(Continued from page 1)
score, his cheerful personality and
wonderful hospitality endeared
him to all who knew him. Mr. Mat-
tern leaves a wfie, Frederika Mat-
tern, two sons John Mattern of
this city and Bert Mattern
Oakland. California; one daugh
ter Mrs. Anna Hile of this city,
and one grandchild, Fredika Hile.
Funeral services will be held in
the Episcopal church Thursday at
2:36 o’clock. Rev. P. K. Hammond
has charge of the services: inter
ment will be made in Mountain
View Cemetery under the direc-'
tion of H. C. Stock.
(Continued from page 1)
The second outburst of genius
came in the form of another song
song by a trio composed of Robert
Redwine, Charles Prouse and Ken
neth Hobson, the composer. It was
another schol song which as yet is
unnamed. Gene Shield was elect
ed honorary captain of the past
season and responded with a short
The dinner ended with a few
closing remarks by
Churchill in which he stated that
he wished everyone could return
next year; that he felt certain of
the growth of the Southern Ore
gon Normal; that the school was
exceedingly fortunate in having a
faculty that endorsed athletics,
and that he feit proud of the suc
cess attained in athletics this year.
The Alma Mater song was the
closing act on the events of the
THE STATE OP OREGON
Largest Selection ot Toys in the City
Our large Toyland is a joyland for boys and
girls—a veritable fairyland
Churchill is Host
i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
children will find toys to gladden their little
hearts There’s really no
thing in toys you < won’t
find here. Toys for chil
dren of every age. Note
particularly our large se
lection of electrical toys.
“Toyland on the Balcony”
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