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along the southerly line o f Church and answer within four
street in Ashland. Oregon 117 feet from the date o f first publication
Mr. Speir*. janitor at th* Tal
New York— Captain
Charles Cera Cillette, wife af Edgar i
to th* westerly line of High street : hereof.
ent school was quit« seriously Oliver, formerly of the British
N E LLIE D I C K Y .
thence south 32 degrees 14' east
1. Gillette, Delia W, Fiske, i
hurt Tuesday morning. Mr. Spiers Navy, and Captain Geoffrey Ma- formerly wife af Aloioad C.
along said westerly line o f High
Attorney for Plaintiff, Resid
bad placed a hammer on the top lines formeriy of the Brtish army Gillette, also tke unknown i
street, 90 feet; thence south 59 ing at Ashland, Oregon.
of a stepladder and
forgetting who on November 26. 1826 left heir» af A. V. Gillatte, Da- t
degrees 46’ west 112.6 feet, thence Date o f first publication Nov. 29,
«bout it moved the ladder causing London on motorcycles for a ceased, sad also all atker :
north 68 degrees west
12 feet; 1927.
the hammer to fall hitting him on ' world wide trip have almost real!- j persons or parties unknown :
thence north 32 degrees west 90.7 Date
publication Dec. 20,
top of the head, severing 'an ar I zed their goal, having arrived in claiming any rigkt title,
feet to the point of beginning.
tery. It was some time before he New York on Nov. 29 one year I estate, lien or interest ia :
That the title o f the plaintiff is
received medical aid and was very- | later. They traveled 22,000 miles tke real estata described ia i
good and valid in said premises;
weak from the loss o f blood. At ! in 23 difefrent countries through \ tke complaint herein. Defea t
that the defandants be forever en
the time o f this writing his con , every kind o f weather.
joined and debarred from assert-1
dition was much improved.
To Cora Gillette, wife of Edgar ing any claim whatever in and to
The Sunday School hour at the
DEER DRAGS HUNTRESS
I. Gillette, also the unknown heirs said land and premises adverse to I
Baptist church is 10:00 A. M. Ev
of A. V. Gillette, Deceased, and al said plaintiff.
j Easton, Pa.— A fter shooting a so all other persons or parties un
ana oy virtue
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Dopp and
known claiming any right, title, an order made by the Hon. 1
Florence o f Phoenix spent Sunday- recent deer hunt. Miss Frances estate, lien or interest in the real orable O. M.
evening at the C. W. Long home Bach approached the deer which estate described in the complaint o f said Court, dated the 23rd day
Miss herein, the above named defen o f November, 1927, this summons
listening to the final contest of had fallen into a thicket.
Excellent for Xmai
the ten singers five ladies and Bach grabbed it by the horns and dants.
is served on the defendants by l
five men put on by the National
NAM E OF THE publication thereof for four suc
Radio Audition o f the A. Atwater brush and past trees until another S TA TE OF OREGON You are cessive weeks in the Ashland Reg
Kent Foundation o f Philadelphia hunter saw her predicament and hereby required to appear and an ister, a semi-weekly
which was broadcasted from New brought the deer down by a shot swer the complaint o f the plain printed and published at Ashland,
York City over leased wires. The in its legs.
t iff in the above entitled court Oregon, and the defendants by
Reception was unusually good.
now on file with the clerk o f said 1 said order are required to appear
CHIMNEY SUDDENLY FALLS
court within four weeks from date
Mr. and Mrs. Mark MIcNally of
of first publication hereon, and I «■=
Medford called at the home o f Mr.
Bayonne, N. J.— While city o f
you are hereby notified that if S A N
and Mrs. C. W. Long Saturday
F R A N C I S C O
ficials and expert engineers wer» you fail to appear and answer as
evening. Mrs. Gladys Van Riper
standing under a giant chimney, hereby required the plaintiff will
365 feet high and weighing 4,000 apply to the court for the relief
spending Saturday night and Sun
tons, discussing plans to remove prayed for in his complaint, to-
day at their home.
it, a cracking sound was heard wit: For a decree of this court that
Mr. W elbom Beeson of Ashland and the chimney fell o f its own
J. O. Langworthy
the defendant* have no estate or
called at the Wesley Vogeli home accord. It had withstood recent
¡".terest wi a.soever in or to the
H air Cutting
last Friday afternoon.
terrible explosions and had been following iescribed premises sit
Mr. and Mrs.Elmer Kincaid and dynamited seven times.
uated in the county of Jackson,
Free G arage
daughter Charleen attended the
| State o f Oregon, to-wit:
HAS "PERM ISSIO N" TO KILL
Adults ................. 36c
Beginning at a point 776.5 feet
Free Y e llo w T a x i
' -.outh and 25.0 feet east o f th»
Children ............ 25c
17 POWE1.L STREET A T M ARKET
Owensboro, Ky.,— Au unusual corner common to sections 4, 5,
Falls and Chester Squires of Ash privlege was recently given
to 8, and 9 Township
The Heart of the City
N ext Register O ffic e
land were Suday guests at the J. Mrs. Alice Aubrey of this city by range 1 east o f W. M. Oregon; T. I- F A R R O W
W M. Mai., Jr,
Judge R. E. Watkins. I f any boot thence north 59 degrees 24’ east — ■ *■------ ------------ -
The usOal church services at the leggers bothers Mrs. Aubrey or
M. E. Church Sunday school at mistreats her daughter, she has
11:45 a. m. Preaching at 11:00 a. permisison to kill the offender. O f
m. and 7:30 p. m. Epworth League course it must be a “ real” both
ut 6:46 p. m. A ll are invited to er.
uttend. Rev. Waggoner pastor.
The Talent Basket Ball boys DUCKS SETTLE IN STREETS
played a practice game with the
Bluefield, W. Va.— Around 3,-
Jacksonville team Monday evening
000 wild duck were forced to set
in the Jacksonville Gymn.
Mrs. Jakel the 7th am 8th grade tle on the streets here recently
teacher was called to Salem last during a severe wind and sleet
Friday by' the death o f her father, storm, many o f which were caught
Says W illiam M . Jard in e
Mrs. Jakel returned home Friday. by the citixens. Investigations into
Miss K»r<nr«>; Purris who was the widspread inclusion o f duck on
Secretary o f Agriculture
visting rela i ’«s in Oakland Cat’. f , the menu of city restaurants was
since Thanksgiv n«c r .'turned home
“ E lectricity has already made im p or
it is believed many o f the duck
Mrs. Chas. Holdridge was a captured were sold to the restaur
tant contribu tions both to labor saw
ants, in violation of the law .pro
Medford shopper last Thursday.
ing on the farm and to a m ore m odern,
Mr. Bert Simmons o f North hibiting the sale o f game.
rural life. / am confident i t
Bund Ore., is making an extended
is going to make fu rth er con trib u
visit with his Father T. J. Sim
mons and brother Earle Simmons V*
tions o f equal or greater im p or
and family at Pumpkin center.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Mr. and Mrs. Klatts who were
THE STATE OF OREGON
living in the Sleppy home place
FOR JACKSON COUNTY
moved to Klomath Falls the first
o f last week.
HAT cheap and abun
been an increase o f approxi
Mr. G. L. Beelon of the Talent
dant electric power has done for
Service Station made u business
mately eighty-three percent in
trip by motor to San Francisco
the industrial worker and hit
the number o f farms n«ing elec
California last Thursday.
family in the alleviation o f drudg
tricity in the last three years.
Mrs. Bessie Palmer o f Grants
Pass is spending her two weeks
In simplifying the labor pr. biem
vacation with hei parents, Mr. and
ing and economic conditions, it
Mrs. A. T. McMahan.
on the farm ; lightening th: kM«d
row promise« to do for the
The Junior Class o f the high
f physical toil; and incrcasuig
school cons'stlng of the following
the comfort, convenience and
members: Bessie Connor, Jean
Speirs, Lorelln Long, Allie Hart,
Through the activities o f the
cheer o f the farm home, this ex
Frank Denhum. Wiley Hill, Clar
Committee on Rural Electrifi
tension o f electrical facilities to
ence Byrd. Ira Hart, George Sch-
with the cooperation o f
rural communities is rendering a
nier, Wayne Mason und Clarence
Holdridge are wearing their class
electric power companies, farm
social and economic service of
rings which are yellow gold, black
■electrification is a fact today in
utmost national importance.
enamel with the letters T. II. S.
engraved on the enamel.
T o insure the continued exten
Mrs. Pearl McClain o f Riddle,
One hundred and forty practical
Oregon spent the wek end last
sion o f farm service, it is essen
week with her father and brother
applications o f electricity to the
tial that the American principle
C O N TINUE D
and family at Pumpkin center.
farm have already been de
f individual initiative, by means
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Long and
veloped. As a result o f the co
Mrs. Gladys Van Riper visited the
o f which these advantages have
Peasley studio in Medford Thurs
operation between farmers and
been made possible, should be
day o f last week.
the power companies there has
C. W. Long and H. E. Wood
were business visitors in Medford
• T V com p lete text o f S ecreta ry Jm rdm e’t o d d re t u riil be f- — rrftrff
The young people enjoyed th«
sleighing up Wagner Creek while
the snow lasted.
The Talent Community
held their regular meeting Wed
Medford. Grants Pau. Roscburg. Klamath FaJta-Onguu
nesday o f last week. The ladies
w4il have their regular Christmas
party at their next meeting, Dec.
“Winchester Store” j
21st. Each lady is to bring a small
gift which will be exchanged. Final
arrangements will be made for the
annual Community Christmas tree.
Refreshments will be served.
The employees at the Suncrest
orchard had a very enjoyable time
Saturday evening when they all
assembled and had a dancing par
Mrs. Wm. Schreyer and son
Syril and Mrs. Hayes and small
son from Tacoma, Wn.. and Mrs.
Ray T a ft o f Medford spent Mon
day with Mr. and Mrs.
Tryer. Mrs. Schreyer and
T o ft are sisters o f Mr. Tryer.
Read the aUvcrueemcnta.
The New Helper on the Farm”
Eager* Block Athlaad. Orego,
THE BEST OF MEATS AND POULTRY' KEPT IN
BEST OF CONDITION BY
Farmer* ta4 Sleckmea are requeued to call a* I am ia tka
market for tke ckeicect *tock an* poultry
B usiness and P rofessional
Dr. R. L. Burdic
CH IRO PRAC TIC
Electrotheraphy — Electronic
Electric Cabinet ano miner
al buth* — all
General O ffice Practice
Next to Kike Temple
Dr. C. E. Shinn
Open evening* by ajipointmant
Office Phone 151-J
C itiiea* Beak Bldg.
Residence Phone 184
DR. E. B. A N G K LL
R E A L ESTATE
Beaver Realty Co.
i A. M. Beaxer
176 E. Main Si.
PH YSIC IAN
Dr. Charles A. Haine*
O ffica Pbona 164 J
Home Phona 1#4-L
Extabllehed in 1881
The Only Complete Title Sca
teni in Jackson County
Aktlracl* of Title and
O ffice Heurct
10 te 12 A.
6 P. M
T he C a l if o r n ia O r e g o n P ow er C o m p a n y
Are you going te Buy ee Build
a Home in Athlaad t i l
Write JOHN B SHELEY
Central Point, Oragea
far LOANS-10 year
Cennty Agent for the Been fit
Saving* a Lean Atteeietlee
We rank« loan* on town prop
erty anywhere in th* county.
Dr. W . J. Crandall
R EAL ESTATE
Good City for Cooutry
Physician and Surgeon
— Buy* and Trade*
F. L. NU TTER
Rye, Ear. Note and Threat
Offica Phan# 12*
M ISCELAN EO US
G. W . Gregg. M. D.
Citiaea* Beak Bldg.
Where the aick and aged aye
cared for in pleaxant k * M
O f f * « Hours 10-11 A. M.
2 6 P M.
Phene*-69 (o ffic e ) 222 R (m a)
D. M. BROWER. M. D.
Uae* Radio Heat
Theraphy in connection with
ether measure* in treating die-
ea*r. O ffice at Re«idenca.
216 Central A v e
St Storage Co.
COAL, WOOD and STORACI
Parking, Crating and Skipp4a*
Long Dittane* Hauliag
AUTO FREIGHT TERMINAI
O ffic# 8» Oak St.
P h o n e 75 f o r D r u g s
A d d in D r u g S to re
Chipraan dt W*ndell
CLIFF BURLINGAM E
Maialar aad P 'tarala«
Papering, T. iag
We barn been in tke bu*i-
aeaa for 17 year* and can
guarantee fir*t cla** work
Oar winter price* are new
an and will continue until
Mar. I. Yeu will profit by
having your tnierior
corating done new. W e al*o
refint*h all kind* o f furai-
tnr*. reen try work solicited.
Our Shop it located at SI l i t
Rhea* >66.L Ree
When doing the
X m u Shopping
I*eave y o u r . children
Mrs. Nellie SieUff’s
Mothers Care given to
133 Hergedine Ave.