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TA LEN T NEW S
' own lots ju s t south o f w here it
D ate o f firs t publication, J a n
tio a to th e City o f A shland.
JU L IA B1PPUS HELM AN,
' now stands.
uary 13, 1928.
Jackson C ounty, Oregon.
The dancing p arty given by the
Mrs. Chas W isdom who has
E lizabeth F. T aylor, E x ecu trix
D ated Ja n u a ry 6th, 1928.
C om m unity club a t the club room s been ill fo r some m onths was ta k of the E sta te o f M arion F. T ay
i . D. BRIGGS.
N O TICE OF SALE
last S atu rd ay evening was a de. en to the Sacred H eart hospital lor, deceased.
A dm inistrator.
cided success financially as well in M edford T hursday of last week.
P io n eer Block. A shland, Oregon
In the M ailer of the E sta tes)
The Royal neighbors m et with NOTICE O F FIN A L H EA R IN G of S ara L. Jackson and Jo h n )
as socially. T here being a good
Glen W ith n w last S atu rd ay in the C ounty C ourt of tko S tate
crow d present. The music was f u r
By v irtu e o f an o rd e r m ade by
nished by a four-piece orchestra afternoon.
of O regon for Ja .k so n
Mrs. E lm er Kincaid and Char-
| (he Hon. W. J. H artzeli, Judge.
Mrs. E. T. Boone played the vio
leeii re tu rn e d S atu rd ay
| dated J a n u a ry 5th, 1W1S, 1 th#
lin. Mr. E. T. Boone the drum and
In the M atter of the E state :
C asey’s R heum atic Remedy
S eattle, W ashington, w here they!
i undersigned, a d m in istra to r o f the
and Blood Tonic
trap s, Elvis C ochran the piano and
of O tis O. H elnian, Deceased:
w ere visiting relativ es th e
p a tt
said estate, w ith W ills annexed,
A quick an d sure relief
Will Jacobs th e saxaphone. The month.
N otice is hereby given th a t the
in the m ost severe cases it
will on and a f te r F eb ru ary 15th,
m oney received is to help with the
drives o ut th e uric acid poi.
Mrs. M arion T ry er and Mrs. C. undersigned. E x ecu trix
1928, sell at p riv ate sale fo r cash,
son of R heum atism , N euri
school ch ild ren ’s playshed and for ■W. M athis m otored to Ja ck so n E sta te of O tis O. H elnian, D eceas
the real p ro p erty belonging to th e
tis, Lumbugo reduces pain
th e public lib ra ry . The ladies ville T uesday to be p resen t a t the ed, has filed h er fin al account in said e sta te , tb -w it:
and sw elling sold on g u a ra n
expect to soon rep eat th e social m eeting of the P ast Noble G ran d said co u rt and th a t th e co u rt ha?
tee by M cNair
The N orth H alf ,0 f th e
D ruggists, A shland and Ja r-
Club. Mrs. Flo Robbins e n te rta in fixed M onday, the 20th day of
W est H alf of Lot 45, and
min Woods D rug
Mrs. Ed. Jenkins was an Ash ed the club at the home of Mrs: F eb ru ary , 1928, at ten o’clock A.
th e W est half of Lots 46
M edford, O regon.
and 47, all in M inor’s Addi-
land shopper last S aturday.
Mi*« M ary A dam son in com co u rt a t M edford, O regon, as the
Cecil H ughes and fam ily mov
pany w ith M edford frien d s had li tim e and place fo r th e h earin g of
ed to Sams V alley last week.
skiing and coasting p a rty
last an y objections th e re m ay be to
Mrs. P aul Q uackenbush return- S atu rd ay a t the S um m it Lodge on th is rep o rt an d th e
settlem en t
th ereo f.
ed from the Sacred H eart hospi. th e Siskiyous.
tal last S atu rd ay . Mrs. Q uackem
D ate o f firs t publication, J a n
The building w here th e Tajer.s
bush is im proving as rapidly as pool hall has been fo r a n um ber u ary 6th, 1928.
can be expected.
of y ears was sold M onday by Mrs:
WELCOMING THE SHEEPMEN
Lena and B etty Howard arrived Powers to Mrs. E dith Cochran.
O ral B u rn ette was ab sen t from
S atu rd ay m orning from Riddle
and spent th e day and Sunday vis school T uesday, being ill \ with
itin g T alent friends. They retu rn • flue.
The meeting of the sheep-
E arle B eaugard who has been
ed home' Sunday evening.
of Jackson County gives
Mrs. L. B. M iller and d aughter
an opportunity to rea
Ju a n ita and W illetta attended the
E ndors Black A shland, O ra fo a
T H E BEST O F M EATS AND POULTRY K E PT IN T H *
BEST OF CO NDITION BY
F arm ers an d Stockm en a rc requested la call as I am la th
m ark et fa r the choicest stack an d poultry
recital at Mrs. Ed. G ore’s studio
in M edford F rid ay evening. Mis?
announce m yself a
Ju a n ita was one of th e student?
candidate fo r the office o f Coun*
who took p a rt in the recital.
Mr. and Mrs. E arle N ew bry and ty C lerk on the Republican tick*
I.yndal m otored to Salem and Cor* | et a t th e May P rim aries, and 1
vallis, F riday spending th e week wish to take this o p p o rtu n ity o f
end visiting relatives and friends. asking my frien d s fo r th e ir sup.
They retu rn ed Sunday.
A. J. CHOSE.
Mrs. Geo. Brisco o f
spent F riday w ith her p are n ts, I
Mr. and Mrs. W esley Vogeli.
Miss A nna E vans was th e house NOTICE OF FIN A L ACCOUNT
N otice is hereby given th a t the
guests of Miss Doris A pplegate
as E x ecu trix of the
over the week end. They a tte n d e d
th e dance a t th e club room s S a t E state o f M arion F. T aylor, d e
urday evening. The p ills are at* ceased, has filed in th e County
te n d in g school a t the S tate Nor« Courl^ of Jackson county, S tate of
O regon, h er Final A ccount as such
mal in A shland.
The B asket ball gam es played E xecutrix of said E sta te and th a t
by T alent boys and girls w ith the Monday, th e 13th day of F eb ru .
Jacksonville team s last F rid a y ary, 1928, a t th e h o ..r of 10 o’
evening a t the Jacksonville gynir* clock A. M. and at th e C ourt
resulted rn the w inning score fo r House in M edford, O regon, ha?
T alent boys. T he girls lost to th . been fixed by the C ourt as the
tim e and place fo r h earin g objec.
Jacksonville team .
Mrs. C. W. Long was a caller tions to said Account, and the set- |
a t th e A shland R egister office last tlem en t th ereo f.
S atu rd ay m orning.
Mr. H. M. M orrison of N orth
T alent on the highw ay sold hi?
place last S atu rd ay to his b ro th
er1 in law, Mr. Ves. Stevens.
Mrs. Marsh and son Bud Marsh
of L ittle A pplegate le ft T h u rs
day of last week fo r Los Angeles.
They visited fo r a w eek in T al
ent before leaving.
Mr. Roland S tevens youngest
b ro th er of Mrs. Chas. Wisdom a r
rived last F riday from Lane count
L uther Crosby was tak en se r
iously ill last week. His m other
Mrs. Corn Crosly and
Gladys came from M edford las«
F riday to Care fo r him.
Mrs. John Robison and Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. C raw ford atten d ed the
iiatullation of officers o f the
belief Corps in A shland.
• Mr. Wm. C hilders is m aking
p rep a ra tio n s to move his butcher
shop in th e n ea r fu tu re on to his
$1.25 to $2.50
Use Hot Water Bot
tle to quiet throbbing
nerves, relieve pain
and permit sleep.
For Fine Rubber
Cbvn evening« by ap pointm ent
Office Phone 151-J
C itU ans Bank Bldg.
Residenee Phono 184
CH IRO PR A CTIC
All Druglesa Method*
A ttrac tiv e
Good C a rs
G eneral O ffice P ractice
DR. AN GELL
460 Bolevard A shland O ra.
Beaver Realty Co.
I A. M. B eaxer
176 G. M ala 8 t
Dr. Charles A- Haines
A shland, O regon
O ffice Phone 104 J
Home Phone 164-L
A BSTRA CT CO.
O ffice H aa rst
10 to 12 A. M — 2 to ft P. M
Established la lftftft
The Only Com plet# T itle I n
tim m Jackeon County
A b stracts a f T itle a n d
Titln la sn ra n e e .
A shland, Oregon
Dr. W. J. Crandall
Pbyaician and Surgeon
REA L E S T A T I
Eya, E ar, Nose and Thron»
W h at would you do
O ffice Phone 126
F irs t N ational Bank Building
They last Indefinitely
Phone 20 |
Interesting essays have been written—
pages long — describing the calamities
that would happen if the world ran out of
The practical question is—what do you
do with electricity?
Few homes have as many convenience
outlets as every housew ife wants—but they
are easily and cheaply installed.
A vacuum cleaner—an Electric sew’ing
machine—a washing machine—an electric
range—these take most of the drudgery
out of housework.
Would you—if you could —do writhout
i* the cheapest service
you can buy
THE CALIFORNIA OREGON
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SIX WASH DAYS EAC H WEEK AND
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ICAIIIM V . \ u I'K,ONJ
M .d fo rd , O regon
R o w h u i, Orafo*-
G ran ts Pass, O ra fa a
K lam ath Falla. O r a f a '
ASH! AMD LAUNDRY CO.
Y raka. C alifornia
D unam uir, C alifornia
- -B u y s and Trades- -
F. L. N U TTER
240 E Moia
A skland, O ragan
G. W. Gregg. M. D.
At Ry Crossing
A ra yan geing ta Bny e r ___
a Home ia A skland f f f
W rite JO H N B SH ELEY
C en tral Pein», O ragan
fo r LOANS-IO y ear
C en n ty A gent fn r tke Benefit
Savings ft Loan A ssociation
W'e m ake loana on tour# prop
e rty anyw here la th a cegaiff.
Cuod City fo r C ountry
Thousands of Modern Home makers
now know the real economy and wel
come relief from Drudgery offered by
the Modern Laundry instead of weary
Hours over steaming suds, their wash
day is three minutes long—two minutes
to gather the soiled garments, and one
minute to telephone us!
Dr. C. E. Shinn
LN f i s .
CH IRO PRA CTO R
D EN TISTS
VITRIFIED SALT GLAZED
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C O M M E R C IA L *• S A V IN G S - S A IL D E P O S IT
D irectory —
H erth ey
384 Oak St.
We are glad to welcome the
growers at Ashland. We hope you
will gather here frequently!
The 3 fe* a £ £ Stora
ASHLAND LUMBER CO.
Two burner at $10.00
Î Large Single Burner
Medium Size at $5.50
The significance of the gather
ing in Ashland is the attention
given in the program to improve
ments. Sheep are not just sheep,
any more than pigs are just pigs
or cows just cow’s. Breeding,
feeding and grading have an im
portant influence on the sheep
P kysU iaa a n d S u rfe e a
lize the importance of this great
industry. It is one which is bring
ing a good return to the growers,
both for wool and for market.
Jackson county has plenty of
room suitable for more sheep!
I B usiness and P rofessional
C itlsans Bank Bldg.
O ffice H ours 10-11 A. M.
2d» P. M.
MRS. N E LL IE S IE I.A F F S
Phones-69 (o ffic e ) 222 R (rea)
Children one to six
old cared fo r
D. M. BROWER. M. D.
M others care given to
fan la evenings
Uses Radio H eat
T herapby in connection w ith
o th e r m easure# in tre a tin g dia-
ease. O ffice a t Residence.
21S C en tral Ava
133 Hargedin* Avc.
163 G eanita
NOTICE O F FIN A L ACCOUNT
N otice is hereby given th a t the
undersigned, r A d m in istratrix ol
the estate of C eorge W. M ark in ,
deceased, has filed in th e C o u n ty
C ourt of Ja i k on C ounty, S tate
of O regon, h»T Final A ccount a»
such A d m in is trs irli of said E state
and th a t M onday, th e 13th day of
F eb ru ary , 19Ld, at the hour of 10
o’clock A. M. and a t the C ourt
House in M edford, O regon, ha»
been fixed by th.- C o u rt as tha
tim e and place fo r bearing objec
tions to said account, and th e B a t
tlem en t thereof.
D ate o f first publication, J a n
u ary 13, 1928.
M ary A. H arkins, A d m in istra
trix o f the K elate o f G eorge W,
Murk ins. deceased.
W here th e sick
cured fo r in
• Whittle Trentfer
St Storage Co.
COAL. WOOD and STORAOB
Packing, C rating and I hip ping
Long D istance H ealing
AUTO FR E IG H T TERMMKAt
O ffice 8V Oak BL
C L IF F BURLINCAM B
•’s la te r and f
P apariag. T. i>6
SNOW BALL D ESTROYS HOUSE
NetlsTille. Wis.— A
snow ball th a t gained d iam eter a»
it raced down th e hill dem eliehed
the sum m er home o f W alter D an
gers, who had achieved a re p u ta
E stacad a— Sum m er reso rt a
tion as a sculptor, was plan n in g to
carve a snow sta tu te of Lincoln residential addition proposed ha:
an d It waa while rolling a snow \ P o rtland — A irp o rt
ball th a t it got aw ay from him and m onthly m agasine will s ta r t he
d estroyed his wattage.
F eb ru ary 1.