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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View This Issue
TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1928
HOSS ,s CANDIDATE
Oregon City. Or., Mar. 26,-—
Hal E. Hoss o f Oregon City nas
formally announced himself as a
f»ndidate for the republican notn
,nation as secretary of state, and
»ill have his name on the ballot
in the primary election May 18th
Mr. Hoss, Vho has been manager
of the Oregon City Enterprise
god later private secretary to
Governor Patterson, resigned his
state position a short time ago in
order to devote his time to his
candidacy, and his announce
ment comes as a result o f en
couragement received in a state
wide survey he has been conduct
Coincident with his announce
ment as a candidate, Mr. Hoss
gent in his resignation as secre
tary of the state editorial asso
ciation to President Robert W.
Sawyer of Bend, but will retain
a well fouded conception of the i fices because I feel that I can > early Oregon pioneers in his for the entertainment of the
stories for the Portland news guests, and lovely prizes were
situation. Since my resignation do the work weM.”
paper, and while here will inter given for high score, second high
as private secretary to Governor
view many Ashland people.
Patterson a few weeks ago I have MANY HERE FOR
and low scores, which were won
been enabled to devote sufficient
Secretary of the Chamber of by Mrs. S. A. Peters Jr., Mrs. O.
time to a state-wide survey to
Commerce, E. G. Harlan Sunday A. Paulserud and Mrs. Ralph
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convince me that there is good
visited Jacksonv.lle in the inter Bowen. Spring flowers were in
opportunity for my nomination. • local club for their assistance in ests o f this meeting, and it is
evidence in the living room, and
Reports from every section of I helping to form the club,
thought that several from that Easter eggs were given as fa
the state indicate a strong sup
place will attend the meeting, vors. Supper was served at small
port, and while every candidate | California, sister of A1 Reynolds, | and will be prepared to give the
tables to 24 guests.
for office is prone to construe delighted with several vocal solos speaker some valuable informa
everything to his own favor, I
tion concerning this section of
Birthday Party. — Jamie Mc-
was willing to give up my posi Marie Moon, daughter of Presi early day Oregon.
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
tion with Governor Patterson and dent Moon of the Ashland club.
McNair, who reside on Oak
»o into the race, coni.donc that
| street, celebrated his seventh
Sportsman Hold a
I was not mis-reading the minds day was Governor Manny, who
' birthday last Saturday. Mrs. Mc-
of the republican voters through
1 Nair taking Master Jamie and
out the state.
A committee meeting of rep- eight boy friends to the matinee
“ During my career as a news
I resentatives of the Sportsman’s at the Vining theater. Following
paper editor and as an ofifeer in tering the advancement o f un association was held yesterday I the matinee they returned to the
newspaper associations, I had op derstanding. good will and peace afternoon in the Chamber of McNair home where the boys en
portunity to form a great many from an international standpoint, Commerce where details for the joyed an hour of play in the yard.
contracts with business and civic particularly stressing interna meeting to be held in Ashland At five o'clock the boys were
tional Rotary as a main factor ia
leaders, and during the past year
seated at the dining table which
world harmony. He also mention soon were discussed.
and a quarter at Salem I have
According to secretary of the was beautifully decorated in an
ed that 44 nations of the earth
become acquainted with a num
have Rotary clubs.
From 40 Chamber of Commerce Harlan, Easter color scheme of green and
ber of people prominent in the
clubs in the United States in the an excellent dinner will be served yellow. Small Easter baskets fil
public and official life of the
year 1910, there was an increase and many other features will led with candy eggs were placed
state. My work with the press of
to 12,000 in fifteen years time. ; make the meeting an interesting at each plate, a lovely birthday
Oregon has put me in a position
cake with seven lighted candles
At the close of his address, the I one.
where I am receiving the support
graced the center o f the table.
charter was presented to the lo
of a great number of newspapers
Mrs. Hardy Hostess. — Mrs. P. Ice cream, cake and
cal club, in conclusion he read
and their endorsement is no small
the beautiful and appropriate R. Hardy was hostess to a group were the refreshments. Mrs. Mc
part of my encouragement.
poem b y Madeline Bridges, of friends Saturday evening at Nair served the following: Jamie
“ I sincerely believe that I am
“ Give trulh and your gift will be an Easter party which beautiful McNair, Bobby and Joe Burdic,
qualified by experience and train
paid in kind, and honor will honor ly carried out the Easter color John Wilson, Warren Applewhite,
ing and the human attributes to
meet, and a smile that is sweet scheme of yellow and pink. Six Bobby Stearns, James Curtis,
be secretary of state. My business
will surely find a smile that is tables o f bridge were arranged Buddy Curtis and Jamie Smith.
experience has been along ad
just as sweet. For life is the mir
ministrative lines and in public
ror of kings and slaves. ’Tis just
life I have had the opportunity whatever we are and do. Then
to, and did, study the work of the
give to the world the best you
board of control and the office
have, and the best will return to
of the secretary of state at close you.”
^Rateai On« cent a word first insartioa, one*
range. I intend, if nominated and
Other speakers included R. A.
half cent a word thereafter
elected, to give the people of Booth of Eugene, past district
Oregon an efficient and court governor. Telegrams of congrat
eous administration of their af ulations were received from the
FOR SALE MISCELANEOUS
fairs, so far as they would come clubs in New Westminister, Long- |
under my jurisdiction: I would view, Sedro-Wooley, Albany, Mt. | WANTED— Tear* work, plowing
FOR SALE— One ton Graham
enter the office o f secretary of Vernon, Prince Rupert, Seattle,
or any kind. Phone 251-R, 311
truck, in excellent condition.
state free from political entang Corvallis and Port Angeles.
Mountain avenue. C. W. Fra
Covered body, can be seen at
lements, owing no debt to any
The banquet was under the di
the Lithia Springs Garage. The
individual or group. I am a na rection of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tay
First National Bank.
W A N TE D — Fox terrier p u p ^ .
tive citizen of the state of^ Ore lor of the Plaza.
gon, seeking one of its high of-
LITHIA SPRINGS GARAGE .
H AL E. HOSS
Candidate for tha republican
nomination for secretary of
state for Oregon.
his other press association con
nections. He will formally file for
the office within the next few
In his statement Mr. Hoss Says:
“ In announcing my candidacy
for the republican nomination as
secretary of state, I do so with
County Physician's Father Dies.
Get That Cough!
Colds and sore throats are forerunners of
W e have curing confi
dence in De W itt’s White Pine and Tar
Lithia Springs Pharmacy
Agents for Owl Drug Products
W e G ive -0.W» CT h een D iscount S tamps
• * by train or
New convenience for travelers tn
Portland and intermediate nations.
Luxurious motor-coach service by
Southern Pacific Motor Transport
Co. in addition to improved sched
ules of Southern Psabc trains.
Meter Coach 6:30 a.m. 7:31pm.
"Sham'' . 10:71 1 . m. 10:30pm.
’'Oregonian” 1:41 pm. 7:11a.m.
Seed whieh is certified is evidence
o f government inspection and approv
al o f inherent value.
Many an uncertified check is as
good as gold. Much first-class seed is
sold by the producer without certifi
cation.* However, whether accepting
a check, or buying seed, from strang
ers, it is always safest to insist upon
the word “ certified” on the check, or
on the packet o f seed, as assurance of
Pay tor 7
F irst N ational S ank
C O M M E R C IA L -
Motor Coach 8 30 a.m. 10 12 pm.
"Shasta" . 8:30a.m. 8 0}pm.
"Orestonian" 9:30 pm. 10:11 a.m.
Motor coaches call at the Luhaa
K om L
SA V IN G ^ - S.\TT. DEPOSIT
FOR RENT— Five room furnish
ed house on Fifth street. Call
1 Essex coach in No. 1 condi
tion, runs good, looks good,
only $325. H. A. Stearns, Ash
FOR RENT: Five room furnished FOR SALS— W# are exclusive
distributors for Winan's Baby
house, 239 Second street. In
Chicks and Elmer Morrfcoa's
quire at 718 Oak street.
FOR RENT: Furntaneu uoura.
— Mutual Mill A Seed Co.,
Phone 269 Medford. Or. 8#-8t
Buy 10-Ride Tickets for me on
mo tor <i laches and goed for 60 days.
Save money with these low fate».
G.N a < M n
FOR SALE— One fresh Jersey
cow. W. Miles, Phone 30F5.
SUMMONS FOR I UBLICATION
la the Circait Ceart of the State
•f Oregoa ia aad far Jack-
VIVA BEEDLE. Plaintiff
JESSE BEEDLE', Defendant.
TO: JESSE BEEDLE. Defend
ant hereinabove named:
IN THE NAME OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, you are
hereby required to appear and
answer the Complaint filed here
in against you or otherwise plead
thereto within four weeks from
the date o f the first publication
of this summons, same being the
13th day of March, 1928, and
you are hereby notified that if
you fail to appear and anawer, as
herein required, or otherwise
plead to the Complaint filed here
in, the Plaintiff will take a decree
against yom forever dissolving the
bonds of matrimony existing be
tween the Plaintiff and Defend
This Summons is published by
order o f the Honorable C. M.
Thomas. Judge of the above en
titled court, made and entered on
the 12 day of March, 1928, pre
scribing that this summons be
served by publication thereof,
once each week for four con
secutive weeks In the Ashland
Register. Ashland. Oregon.
First publication March 13,
O. C. BOGGS. J. F. FLIKOEL.
and T. J. ENRIGHT.
Attorney* for Plaintiff.
10 North Central A »enue
T H R El
B usiness and P rofessional
Dr. C. E. Shinn
C yen evenings by appointment
OfYice Phone 151-J
Citiseaa Baek Bldg.
Residence Phone 184
All Drugless Methods
General Office Practice
460 Bolevard Ashland Ore.
Beaver Realty Co.
K. M. Beaver
Dr. Charles A. Haines
175 E. Main S t
Office Phene 164-J
Home Phono 164-L
Office H o r n
10 to 12 A. M.— S to S P. M.
Established in 1886
The Only Complete Title Sys
tem in Jackson County
Abstracts of Title aad
Dr. W . J. Crandall
Are you going to Boy or Boild
a Home in Ashland 7 7 7
Writo JOHN B .SHELEY
Contrai Point, Oregoa
for LOANS-IO year
Coaaty Agent for tha I)«aulii
Savings A Loan Association
W e make loans on town prop
erty anywhere in tha eogirty.
Physician and Surgeon
Eya, Ear, N om aad Throat
Good City for Country
Office Phon« 1M
First National Baak Building
— Bays and Trades—
F. L. NUTTER
24« «à. Mein
M is c e l a n b o u S
G. W . Gregg. M. D.
Citiaeas Booh Bldg.
Offioa Hours 18 - 1 * A. M.
2-6 P. M.
FOR SALE— Bred to lay Log-
horn and Rads; state certified,
FOR RENT— 5 room famished
diarrhea tested; any age, 1 day
house. Inquire Hardy Bros.
ta 1 year; fair prices.
brooders nearest to perfect. C.
F. Carpenter, Star Rt., Med
FOR BENT: Apartment» ror rant
Enquire 167 East Main street.
FOR SALE— Hatching eggs from
pedigreed hens and pullets, $2
FOR RENT: Two tarnished 3
per 15. A. Bert Freeman, 112
room apartments. Close in with
garage. $18 per month. Phone
9F11 or 105
FOR SALE: Maxwell Tour. 1921.
I Good condtion. Cash $45.00 or
Terms $50.00 See at 117 8th
J’Ville People lo Attend Meeting.
KESLER’S Reds, $20.00— We are
hatching Rhode Island Red
Plans are rapidly rounding into
baby chicks «vary week. Or FOR SALE— Heavy truck trailer
shape for the town meeting to
Call 225 B street for informa
der early to get good dates,
be held on Friday night, March
$20 per 100. Kesler’s Trapnest
30th with Fred Lockiey, special
Red farm. Route 2, Box 22.
FOR TRADE— Modem house, two
feaiur- writer on t* e Oregon
1 mile north of Medford limits
lots, all kinds of fruit, to trade
Journal as the main speaker. Mr.
on Pacific Highway
for small acreage. 163 Auburn
Loctdey has special’ zed upon
FOR SALE LIVE STOCK
A check which has been certified is
proof that the maker has the money in
the bank upon which it is drawn. It
means, in fact> that the, bank has de
ducted the amount o f the check from
the maker’s account to hold in reserve
for the payee.
• ASHLAND "
FOR RENT HOUSES
County Physician L. D. Ins-
keep left Monday night for Berk
eley where he was vailed by the
death of his father, L. D. Ins-
keep, following a stroke of par
L. D. Inskeep was born in Ho
mer, Ohio, March 16, 1856, and
for the past 30 years was a mem
ber of the Oakland public school
system, where he taught up un
til a few weeks before his death.
He received his education in the
Dennison university of Granville,
Ohio. He is survived by his wife
and two sons, Dr. L. D. Inskeep
o f Medford and Dr. W. D. Ins
keep of Bakersfield, California.
One sister, Mrs. I. M. Sterling,
who also resides in Medford, sur
Last rites for the deceased man
were held in Oakland today.
Phonee-S0 (oarica) 222 R (ret)
D. M. BROW ER. M. D.
133 Hargadine Ave.
Uses Radio Heat
Xhesapfay Is cousieotion with
other measurea in t»—ting dia-
aase. Office at Residence.
Mrs. Nellie Sielaff
816 Central Ava
W e Do All Kinds
You will find all
kinds o f wall paper
and paint to make
your home look Kke
new this spring.
J. O. RIGGS
Sc Storage Co.
COAL, W OOD aad STORAGB
Packing, Crating and SUpylog
Long Distance Hau Mag
AUTO FREIGHT TERMINAL
Office 89 Oak S t
fa in t e r aad P w s r s t w
Papering, T> Sag
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE
FOR RENT— Office rooms in
First Nmtiona' Bank building,
available April 1. Reasonable
rent, includes heat and light.
Inquire First National Bank.
Swan Bine Quarry Co.
S. A. Swan, Manager
I* new ready to roe
price* on all kinds of granite
aad cemetery work. Apply P.
O. Bo* H phase SS.
I hereby announce my candi
dacy for the nomination of Sher
iff on the republican ticket, oub-
ject to the primary of May, 1928
18 acre tract, part irrigated,
fenced rabbit tight, crop, wheat for Jackson county. I have been
alfalfa, fruit; berries; shook, a resident of Jackson county the ... Oregon.
chickens, sow, goa$s.
good past 40 years and a taxpayer aad
buildings, 6 room new bunga If nominated and elected will en
low. Good well soft water force all the laws without par
pumped to house and gardens. tiality. Charles D. Stiry, route
House part furnished 1-4 mile four, box 11, M*-dfor. . Crcron.
from city, rent with first privil
83-lot pd promising personal atteatle«i,
ege to buy. See or write. P. J.
economy and courtesy.
Amer, Rt. 2, box 64
G. R. CARTER, Talent
Forced T o Sleep in
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
Chair— Gas So Bad
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—
Eight acres, within city limits,
has cottage, garage, chicken sheds
suitable for four or five hund
red chickens. City water and
many other attractive features.
Can be purchased on easy terms
or will exchange for down town
perty. J. W. McCoy. 91tf
FOR SALE: See Ashland Realty
Company for Reliable Realty
9. A buyer for a small dairy
“ Night* I sat up in a chair, I
had *uch *tomarh gas. I took Ad- farm with stock and tools. Best
lerika and nothing I eat hurt* me offe r takes it
10. A renter for a 6 room houae
now. I sleep fine."— Mr*. Glenn
at 121 Bush S t A range will be
Even the FIRST spoonful of connected.
13. A buytr for a new mod
Adlerik* relieve* gas on the stoma
astonishing ern bungalow, close in, eithe«
amount* of old wa*te matter from furnished or unfurnished..
14. Wanted a 6 room house,
he *ystrm. Makes you enjoy your
menls nnd sleep better. No mat-1 must have 3 bed rooms, located
ter what you have tried for you! anywhere east of Oak S t
stomach and bowels, Adlerika w ill over $2.600.00 in price. Writ«
FOR SALE OR TRADE
surprise you. McNair Bros. Drug-1 me full particulars as to price
and • »cation if you have one to
WELL ¡seated inside dwelling gist*.
What have you to
Dan Wtiille ft company »ili I Call at 96 Laarel S t ev Phene
o ff r. Phone 163 or rail 153
88tf add to fruit plant at Hood River. I 289-J. Mrs. S. L. AUea.