THE ASHLAND REGISTER PAGE have student teams compete in persona or partine u n ltn een apply to the court for the relief that the defandants be forever en- scholarship instead of in athletics claim ing any righi title, prayed for in his complaint, to- ioined and debarred from assert Philadelphia— An annual bud has ben issued by Harvard Uni estate, lien or intere*« in wit: For a decree of this court that ing any claim whatever in and to get of $1,000,000 for the next five versity to Yale, the winners to re thè reni estate described in the defandants have no estate or said land and premises adverse to years is the aim o f the Anti-Sa ceive md "idual gold medals and the com plaint herein, D efen interest wl.a.aoever in or to the said plaintiff. loon League, according to Rev. money with which to buy books dents, following iescribed premises sit Under and by virtue of Howard Hyde Russell, Associate for the Univeristy library. The uated in the county of Jackson, an order made by the Hon. Superintendent. The League urges plan is designed to stimulate inter To Cora Gillette, wife of Edgar State of Oregon, to-wit: orable O. M. Corkins, Judge I. Gillette, also the unknown heirs 6-year jail term s for violations of est in studies as an ofset to the of A. V. Gillette, Deceased, and al Beginning at a point 775.6 feet j of Court> dated th* 23rd dav the Prohibtiion law and also plans emphasis as an offset to the a demand on Congress to eid dergraduate athletics and was pro so all other persons or parties un south and 2V6 feet east of th e iof November, 1927, this summons known claiming any right, title, corner common to sections 4, 6, is “ rVMl on the defendants by “Bootleg Government.” posed by Dean Alfred C. Hanford estate, lien or interest in the real S, and 9 Township 39, sollth 1 Publication thereof for four _*uc- to the Harvard Student Council. I estate described in the complaint range 1 east of W. M. Oregon; cessive weeks in the Ashland Reg W H A LE FIG H TS EN EM IES I herein, the above named defen thence north 59 degrees 24’ east ister, a semi-weekly newspaper FA TA L BLIZZARD dants. along the southerly line of Church printed and published at Ashland, New York. N. Y.— South Amer Ironwood, Mich.— In attem pting: street in Ashland, Oregon 117 feet Oregon, and the defendants by ican sailors arriving, tell of a to walk from Wmegar. Wis., to! IN THE NAME OF THE to the westerly line of High street^ said order are required to appear thrilling combat between a whale Crab Lake, Ralph Shinners, form- STATE 0E OREGON You are thence south 32 degrees 14’ east and answer within four weeks a thrasher and a black fish, in er New York Baseball player, and h**reby required to appear and an- along said westerly line of High from the date of first publication which the whale leaped clean out his guide, Charles Wilson, became swer th<? complaint of the plain- street, 90 feet; thence south 59 hereof. t e r t l f f ln the above entitled court degrees 45’ west 112.5 feet, thence NELLIE DICKEY. of the sea in an effort to escape lost in a terrible'blizzard. A f fter now on file with the clerk of said Attorney for Plaintiff, Resid its combined enemies. The Slack carrying the guide several miles. court four weeks from date north 68 deg&es west 12 feet; ing at Ashland, Oregon. fish jumped into the air to attack Shinners was forced to abandon of first within thence north 32 degrees west 90.7 hereon, and Date of first publication Nov. 29, the back of the whale, driving it him. He finally staggered out of you are publication hereby notified that if feet to the point of beginning. the woods and led a rescue party 1927. under the water so that the fail to appear and answer as That the title of the plaintiff is Date of last publication Dec. 20, thrasher could get a good chance bac^ t0 where he had left Wilson, you to use its sharp sword. The ship only to find him dead of exposure. hereby required the plaintiff will good and valid in said premises; 1927. passed on and thousands of sea They were exposed in a terrific birds hovered over the scene wait snow storm for 24 hours. ing for the prey. THREE d r y s w a n t m il l io n a y e a r Y K » LA/ 175 DRY LAW VICTIM S Washington, D. C.— Since Jan- and three prohibition agents have uary 1, five alleged law violators been killed. This is a much low er causualty list than in any oth er year since the dry law went into effect. Assistant Secretary Lowman in denying statem ents to the contrary, said that since 1920 only 175 persor.s have been killed, of whom 49 were prohibition ffeints. These figures do not in clude, of course, those who died in bootleg feuds and other crimi nal activities. SEIZE AM M UNITION New Orleans.— Customs officail nipped an ammunition running plot in the bud when they seiz ed 7,500 rounds of 38 calibre cart ridges aboard the steumpship Cho- luteca, bound for Puerto Cortez, Honduras and the Lake Wimico, with Tampico as its destination. Five members of the Choluteca’s crew confessed ownership of 4,500 rounds of the cartridges while 3,- 000 rounds of cartridges were tak en from an unoccupied stateroom on board the Lake Wimico. r 6- LEGALS T & SUMMONS IN TH E C IRCU IT COURT OF TH E STA TE O F OREGON FOR JACKSON COUNTY Boston, Mass.— Grace Mills, 19 S p ratt Well*, P lain tiff i is dead because her sweetheart, V ». I Joseph F. Buckley, at her request after she had wounded herself in Cora G illette, wife of E dgar : an effort to die took the pistol and I. G illette, Delia W , Fi.ke, : gave her a fatal shot. She suffer form erly wife of Alm ond C. ed from incurable heart disease G illette, also the unknow n : and was in intense agony from her heir* of A. V. G illette, De- : wound wehn she begged her lover cea«ed, and al*o all other : SW EE T H E A R T BEG CED D EA TH to end her suffering. W HITE H O U SE W ORTH $ 22 , 000,000 Washington, D. C.— The White House and grounds are worth $22,000,000 according 4o an esti mate made by tax assessor W. P. Richards. The value of all Gov ernment property in the District of Columbia is estimated at $470,- 000 , 000 . Ot or re ?d INSURE A E R IA L PA SSEN G ERS ( hicago— Thirty large life and j accident companies of the country 1 have agred to issue policies cover- ! ing those riding on a regular sir transport line, on a regular ! schedule between ^established air-j ports, in licensed aircraft in charge of licensed pilots.” IN TELLIG EN C E COM BAT New Haven, Conn.— A dare to I Stop S uffering From Rheumatism, Neuritis, Lumbago Casey’s R h e u m a t i c Remedy drives out the uric acid poison of Rheumatism, reduces pain and swelling, sold on a money back guar antee at— $1.50 Per B ottle By McNAIR BROS. PHARMACY Used Cars (Copy of Inapection Report) SANITARY INSPECTION REPORT Office of the OREGON DAIRY AhÎD FOOD COMMISSIONER 508 Worcheater Bldg. Portland, Oregon J. D. Mickle, Commiaaioner Name of Place Name of Proprietor Address Date of Inspection Jackson County Creamery S. Kroschel Medford Oct. 20, 1927 Remarks: Creamery, room, walls, ceiling and floor clean, good. Good lights and ventilation. Utensils and equipment clean. L. B. ZIEMER, Inspector. BE CAUTIONS OF MILK-BORNE INFECTION STATEMENT OF DR. FREDERICK D. STRICKLER, SECRE TARY OF THE OREGON STATE BOARD OF HEALTH, AD VISES IN FAVOR OF PASTEURIZED MILK IN AN OFFICIAL REPORT. We Supply Pasteurized Milk In the strictest conformance to state law and under supervision of inspectors who so frequent ly call and inspect our plant, the operative processes, all milk delivered from the Jackson County Creamery is of ui unquestioned purity, free from all disease germ infection. The Jackson County Creamery provides pasteurized milk for the City of Medford, Milk that meets up with every requirement of Dr. Strickler as an authority. Milk bottle containers are thoroughly sterilized. No doubt ean exist as to the cleanliness, the germ -free condition of the bottle after passing through the 200 degrees wash and steam treat ment. Human touch is unknown to any surface this milk touches, even the xenling cup is a mech anical device. Nowhere in any specific report has fevers or other maladies been traced to pi teurized milk as the carrier of the fatal germ. Pasteurization is a health insurance. I)r. Strickle ’» statem ent em phasizes this fact. He advises the use of pasteurized milk. Heed hjg warningl 1923 Chev. Coupe $ 200.00 1923 Chev. Coupe $125 OO 1923 Chev. Touring $165.00 1923 Chev. Roadster h i/\T irc All materials from which our Ice Cream is manu factured is pasteurized, as well as the cream from which our “Gold Seal” butter is manufactured. a milk-borne infection emphasizes the prophy- latic value of pasteur ized milk. — Dr. Fred erick D. Strickler State Board of Health • Secretary. î Barrett Meat Market E nders Block A*hUnd, O regon THE BEST OF MEATS AND POULTRY KEPT IN THE BEST OF CONDITION BY Perfect Refrigeration F arm ira and Stockm en are requested to call sa I »m in th s m arket for the choicest stock and poultry B usiness and P rofessional D irectory DENTISTS Dr. R. L. Burdic Denti*« Hersey Bldg. Next to Elks Temple Dr. C. E. Shinn D entistry « Open evenings by appointment Residence 151-L Office Phone 151-J Citisen* Bank Bldg. Residence Phone 184 ASHLAND, OREGON PHYSICIAN Dr. Charles A. Haine« Physician and Surgeon Office Phone 164-J Home Phone 164-L O ffice Hour*! JO to 12 A. M —2 to 6 P. M Hershey Building Ashland, Oregon Dr. W. J. Crandall O steopathic Physician and Surgeon Eye, E ar, Nose and T hroat Office Phone 126 First National Bunk Building G. W. Gregg. M. D. C itizens Bank Bldg. Office Hours 10-11 A. M. 2-6 P. M. Phones-69 (office) 222-R(res) D. M. Uses BROWER. M. D. Radio Heat Theraphy in connection with other measures in treating dis ease. Office at Residence. 216 C entral Ava Phone 498-R REAL ESTATE r Beaver Realty Co. | • 1 1 i A. M. Beaxcr Tel. 68 176 E. Main BL Ashland, Oregon | JACKSO N COUNTY AB STR A C T CO. Established in 1885 The Only Complete Title Sy# tern in Jackson County A bstract* of T itle and T ill* Insuranca A re you going to Buy or Build e Hom e in A shland 7 7 7 W rite JO H N B SH ELEY C entral P oint, O regon for LOANS-IO year C ounty A gent for the Benefit Saving* & Loan A ssociation We make loans on town prnj- erty anywhere in the county. R EA L E ST A T E Good City for C ountry I — Buys and T rados— F. L. NU TTER 240 E M. A shland, O regon MISCELANEOUS Convalescent Home 153 G ranite Whore the sick and aged are cared for in plcusant home surroundings. Whittle Transfer & Storage Co. COAL, W OOD and S T O R A C I P acking, C ratin g and Shipping Long D istance H auling AUTO FREIGHT TERMINAL Phone 117 Office 89 Oak St. CLIFF BURLINGAME f a in te r and r i c o r s i s i P apering, Ti 'in g Phone 4 5J GOOD PRICE paid for old clean COTTON RAGS which to wipe ma chinery with. No old lace curtain« or stocking«.