The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19??, March 30, 1928, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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    TELL THE FARMERS OF SOUTHERN ORECON WHEN YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO
SELL, BUY OR RENT THROUCH THE CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT OF
THE ASHLAND RECISTER. THE RESULTS ARE SURPRISING!
RED
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his forearm through. Then the
iCSman had turned aw ay and
Olive lifted himself back on deck
But far more important than
Palmyra Tree’s courage and
kindness was her name. To the
white man it had seemer inter­
esting. to the brown, astonishing.
“ In the low islands,”
said
Burke, “ the palmtree’s the most
important thing they got. Could­
n’t live without it a day.”
Here, aside from fish, there
was often no foot! except the
pandanus— scorned elsewhere—
and the cocoanut. The nuts were
eaten at every meal; cooked or
raw, green, ripe, germinated. For
all the accessories o f life the
palm could be made, if need
were, to furnish the material.
And she was named Palmtree!
"But, lady,* Burke persisted,
" ’taint the things I ’ve mentioned
__not even yer name— which
counts so much as— ” he paused
calculatingly— “ as that hair o’-
yours, that red hair.”
She was again annoyed, but
decided to laugh.
Burke was silent fo r an inter­
val, his oddly undeveloped fea­
tures rather absurd in A e ir ma­
turity of thought.
“ I suppose,” he began at last,
“ y’ haven’t no idea how a Mary
like you hits us islanders, kanaka
or white?”
“ Oh,” he added with a shrug­
ging gesture acquired from the
natives, “ you’d never guess—
never.” He hesitated in a d iffi­
dence strange to his nature. “ But
think, miss. Here we are maybe
ten, fifteen years never seems
any woman’s face »xcept these
silly brown critters or perhaps
the wife o’ some missionary or
trader, here
too
long— sickly
pale, done for. And then, of a
sudden, alon.T you comes; a— a
vision. . , .
He stammered in his effort to
find words that should do pusViee
to his sentiment, but not offend.
“ All pink and white, peaches
cream,” he went o nrecklessly;
"a living being ns beautiful as a
painted picture. I ain’t meaning
no disrespect. B it that, Miss
Tree, as I reckon you’ll under­
stand, just fair knocks us, white
and brown alike, dead in a row.”
“ But do you really believe
Palm Tree’s pirate has been in
gun battles and all that?” Con­
stance Crawford was asking.
Palmyra now spoke. “ It’s non­
sense to take that little man ser­
iously,” she affirmed.
Therq was a general assent.
“ When he says such things,”
she added, “ it’s like hearing a
baby swear; awful, and you ought
to be shocked, but at the same
time comic. I delight in his e f­
forts to make himself out some­
thing brigandish.”
John Thurston had not oined
in the accord. As he stood hold­
ing to the main shrouds, the big
muscles o f arm and shoulder
swelling under his coat, he was
never quite the yachtsman on an
idle cruise; always, intangibly a
Something o f a construction en­
gineer on his way to the Phil­
ippines to take charge o f govern­
ment work— the Rainbok to put
him aboard a transport at Hono­
lulu or possibly if time permitted
at Guam.
“ You’re all probably right
about Burke,” he said presently.
“ But did you ever think ho
thoroughly we’re bound down by
the old conventional nonsence in
AT
character reading — phrenology
ASH LA ND
and all that? A stripling develops
CHURCHES
a big square jaw. Presto— we rec­
ognize a determined character, a
NAZARENE
human bulldog. Really, it’s only
more bone in his jaw. And if he
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has a broad high forehead. . .” ' on Wednesday evening at 7 :30
“ Solid ivory again,” said Van. ( p. m.
A hearty welcome to all.
“ Palm’s pirate couldn’t be fur­
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LASSIFIED AD
Rates: One cent a word first insertion, one*
half cent a word thereafter
W ANTED
W AN TED — Team work, plowing
or any kind. Phone 251-R, 311
Mountain avenue. C. W. Fra-
ley.
84-10
ther from our fixed idee o f a cut­
CH RISTIAN CHURCH
throat; fierce mous .Chios, hawk
2nd and B Streets
nose, deepset, piercing, evil eyes.
William V. Barney, Pastor
Yet in real life your cold-blooded
FOR RENT HOUSES
murdering brute is quite as like­
You are cordialy invited to at- FOR RENT— Five room furnish­
ly to be some effeminate youth
ed house on Fifth street. Call
1
tend
the special services of this
selling soda water with a lisp. ."
Hardy Bros.
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church each evening at 7:30. A
“ Never,” said Van, “ did I have
pre-Easter series o f studies of
soda water with a lisp”
FOR RENT— 5 room furnished
the church as portrayed in the
house. Inquire Hardy Bros.
Palmyra had been wondering
new Testament is being given.
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why everyone on board— every­
Regular Sunday services:
one except Constance— wanted
FOR R E N T: Apartments ror rent
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
her to marry Van. She saw that
Enquire 167 East Main street.
Communion 11:00 a. m.
they all did, and she felt that
Morning sermon, 11:30.
their reason must be good. Con­
FOR R E N T: Five room furnished
Christian Endeavor
societies
stance, of course, said it was only
house, 239 Second street. In­
ancestors. The Tree family wor­ meet at 6:30 p. m.
quire at 713 Oak street.
Evening church service 7 :30.
shipped the family tree. “ And
tioosr
FOR R E N T: Kutnisneo
Van,” Constance had said com­
Holmes Grocery.
mercially, “ has the finest line of
FIRST PRE SB YTE RIAN
ancestors put out by any house
A PA R TM E N TS
North Main 4k Hclman Stsi
in America.” It was nothing in
| “ With Illuminated Bulletin”
FOR R E N T : Two furnished 3
Van personally, she had added.
, Hngh T. Mitchelmore, Paator
room apartments. Close in with
“ John docs things. But Van only
garage.
$18 per month. Phone
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is things.”
Palm Sunday will be observed
9F11
or
105
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The girl got up restlessly and
with appropriate music and an
stood at the rail gazing out over
TO TRADE
address by the pastor at 11:00 a.
the sunset sea. As John Thurs­
m. The sacrament o f baptism will KESLER’S Reds, $20.00— We are
ton went on to amplify his
be administered for a number of
hatching Rhode Island Red
thoughts regarding Burke, she
children at this service.
baby chicks every week. Or­
glanced over her shoulder to scoff
Sunday afternoon the pastor
der early to get good dates,
“ I could chase your bad man
will assist at the dedication of the
$20 per 100. Kesler’s Trapnest
over the deck with a feather
new Presbyterian church at Phoe­
Red farm, Route 2, Box 22.
duster.”
nix.
1 mile north o f Medford limits
“ I ’m only windjamming, of
Services at 7:30 p. m. will
on Pacific Highway
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course.” Thurston laughed.
“I
commemorate the triumphal en­
don’t doubt our stowaway s a little
FOR SALE L IV E STOCK
try o f Christ into Jerusalem.
man, sufficiently blunt as to his
Christian Endeavor at
7 :30.
FOR SALE— One Berkshire du-
moral perceptions, but quite
“ What Happens When Young
roc sow, age 9 months, $18.
harmless, making himself the
People Dare to Follow Christ.”
LeRoy C. Ostrander, Siskiyou,
hero of every gory story he picks
Luke 9:57-62.
Oregon.
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up, eager to pose as a deepsea
Passion week services Wed­
bad man. But still------.”
nesday, Thursday and Friday
FOR SALE OR TRAD E
During this idle chatter the
evenings o f next week at 7:30.
W E L L located inside dwelling
girl had felt, growing with every
moment, a fuller perception of
property.
What have you to
Bellview P. T. A. Meeting.—
offer. Phone 153 or call 153
herself aboard this yacht. Never
“ Why I Love the American Flag”
Granite.
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until now had she had a complete
was the patriotic address given at
realization o f the intimacy o f this
the Bellview P. T. A meeting
FOR SALE R E A L ESTATE
cruise with Van and John; o f the
held in that district last Friday
incredible nearness of these two
afternon by C. E. Boudich, who FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—
to her. She had been, all at once, moved into the
Eight acres, within city limits,
Bellview com­
appalled.
Thus they would go munity over a year ago.
sheds, suitable for two or three
Mr.
through every waking hour, un- Boudich came to the United States
hundred chickens. City water
escapable in their demand upon at the age o f 14. He expressed
and many other attractive fea­
her love.
tures.
Can be purchased on
with much feeling just what the
She had had a suffocating American flag meant to him, in
easy terms or will exchange
sense that never, for one instant, a manner that might well cause
fo r down town property. J. W.
could she protect herself from the American born citizen to stop
McCoy:
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them and their problem.
And a moments and consider.
FOR S A LE : See Ashland Realty
then, as an inspiration, it had
Other features o f the after­
Company fo r Reliable Realty
come to her that Ponape Burke noon’s program were: A hurmor-
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should be her refuge. Until she ous reading entitled, “ Maggie and
was sure about the two— oh, so Jiggs,” which was given by Mrs.
sure!— she could always fly to S. K. Barnes. The pupils o f Mrs. club are engaged with the study
him. She'd demanded her pirate's Reeder’s room gave an exhibition o f Beethoven’s last string quar­
stories, and force Van and John o f an Irish march and Miss Max­ tet, Opus 135, using individual
also to sit and listen, no matter ine Emert, a pupil in the Junior scores and with the assistance of
Victrola records, the musical
how rebellious.
high school furnished a piano and
work is being taken up in its
She had a sudden curiosity a vocal solo.
different parts, theme, develop­
concerning this Ponape Burke in
At the close o f the afternoon’s
her new dependence upon him. program the hostesses, Mesdames ment and recapitulation. The
She was eager to look at him. Guy Randles, H esener, Oscar study o f this particular master­
And she knew he would be per­ Martin and C. E. Boudich, as­ piece will be continued on through
ched on the forehatch, his brown sisted by the pupils o f Mrs. Mc­ the months o f April and May. An
man as ever at his elbow, silent, Kinney’s room served delicious re­ interesting paper on “ Sonata
form ” was read fo r the benefac­
motionless, a pagan joss.
freshments to the members and
tion o f the members by Sfi”
She whirled around to gaze, guests.
Florence Allen, this concluding
.)
then caught her breath in dismay.
Ashland Music Study Club.--- the program for the evening.
Unexpectedly, startlingly, the
savage, unbeknown to any one of Members o f the Ashland Music
Brickyard to Begin Operation.
them all, had materialized himself Study “lub held a most interest­
—
With
the arrival o f 15 families
here, was sitting almost within ing and »njoyable meeting Mon­
who will settle in the Bellview
day
at
the
residence
o
f
Mrs.
John
their circle. And his eyes were
Main street, district within the next month,
leveled upon her in a profound Fuller on North
with
Miss
Leona
Marsters, in the brickyard started a year ago
unbliking stare that aeemed to
by C. E. Boudich will start oper­
charge o f the program.
have been going on for hours.
ating.
With the assistance of
The
members
of
the
local
music
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FOR
SALE
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T
DENTISTS
CHIROPRACTOR
Dr. C. E. Shinn
SOUTHERN OREGON
S A N ITA R IU M
Dentistry
CH IRO PRAC TIC
All Druglem Methods
Attractive
Good Cara
Reasonable
General O ffice Practice
DR. AN G E LL
Phone 4»
460 Bolevnrd Ashland Ore.
Cven evenings by appointment
Residence 151-L
Office Phone 151-J
MISCELLANEOUS
Cilisaas Bank Bldg.
FOR
SALE— A
few
tons of
horse hay. A. H. Davenhill, I
Phone 11F5.
93-5t ^
' has cottage, garage, chicken ]
Residence Phone 184
R E A L ESTATE
A SH LA N D , OREGON
FOR SALE — Pure Vermont
maple syrup. H. B. Carter,
distributor. Phone 413-Y, Ash­
land, Oregon.
93-2t*
Beaver Realty Co.
PH YSIC IAN
!
Dr. Charle» A. Haine»
FOR SALE— One ton Graham
truck. In excellent condition.
Covered body, can be seen at
the Lithia Springs Garage. The
First National Bank.
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K .
M. Beaver
Tel 6$
175 E. Main SL
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Ashland, Oregon
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JACKSON COUNTY
A B S TR A C T CO.
Eetablished in 1885
The Only Complete Title Spä­
tem in Jackson County
Abstract, o f Title I
Title Insaraaee
Physician aud Snrgoon
O ffice Phone 164-J
Home Phone 164-L
Of fian Hoarsi
10 to 12 A. M.— S to I P. M.
L IT H IA SPRINGS G A R A G E .
1 Essex coach in No. 1 condi­
tion, runs good, looks good,
only $325. H. A. Stearns, Ash­
land.
90-3t
Hershey
Building
Ashland, Oregon
FOR SALE— Bred to lay Lag-
horn and Reds; state certified,
diarrhea tested; any age, 1 day
ta 1 year; fair prices.
L^ons
brooders nearest to perfect. C.
F. Carpenter, Star Rt., Med­
ford, Oregon.
86-9t
Dr. W . J. Crandall
Osteopathic
FOR SALE— We are exclusive
distributors fo r Winan’s Baby
Chicks and Elmer Morrteon’a
trap-nested White
Leghorns.
— Mutual Mill A Seed Co.,
Phone 269 Medford. Or. 86-8t
Are yoa t e la i te Buy ar Baild
a Hume in A.M .nd I I ?
W rite JOHN B .SHRLEY
Cantra! Petal,
far LOANS-IO
County Agent
Savin
lags A L
Loan A
W e mane loans on town
erty anywhere in the eotkiy'
Physician and Surgeon
Eye, Ear, Nose aad Thront
R E A L ESTATE
Good City for Country
O ffice Phone 126
Firit National Bank Building
FOR SALE— Hatching eggs from
pedigreed hens and pullets, $2
per 15. A. Bert Freeman, 112
Nutley st.
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— Buy* and Trade# —
F. L N b T T F »
?• o p.. Main
Ashland, O m | o b
m is c e l a n e o u s
G. W . Gregg. M. D.
Citisene Bank Bldg.
FOR S A LE : Maxwell Tour. 1921.
Good condtion. Cash $45.00 or
Terms $50.00 See at 117 8th
street.
$9-?
O ffice Hours 10-11 A. M.
2-5 P. M.
The W IN SO M E
Phones-69 (o ffic e ) 222 R (ree)
Kindergarten and
Nursery
D. M. BROW ER. M. D.
133 Hargadine Ave.
FOR TRAD E— Modem house, two
tots, all kinds o f fruit, to trade
for small acreage. 163 Auburn
street. Ashland.
82-1 I t
Uses Radio Heat
Theraphy in correction with
other measures in treating dis­
ease. O ffice at Residence.
216 Central Are
Mrs. Nellie Sielaff
Teacher
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE
Phone 498-R
FOR R E N T— O ffice rooms in
First National Bank building,
available April 1. Reasonable
rent, includes heat and light.
Inquire First National Bank.
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W e Do All Kind»
of
Interior Decorating
COAL, WOOD aad STORAGE
You will find all
kinds of wall paper
and paint to make
your home look like
new this spring.
AU TO FR EIG H T T E R M IN A L
FOR SALE— Heavy truck trailer
Call 225 B street for inform a­
tion.
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18 acre tract, part irrigated,
fenced rabbit tight, crop, wheat
alfalfa, fru it; berries; stock,
chickens, sow, goats.
good
buildings, 5 room new bunga­
low. Good well soft water
pumped to house and gardens.
House part furnished 1-4 mile
from city, rent with first nrivil-
ege to buy. See or write. P. J.
Amer, Rt. 2, box 64
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these men Mr. Boudich will man­
ufacture brick, tile and pottery.
People o f the Bellview communi­
ty are taking much pride in the
development of this local industry
which presents prospects o f great­
I
er future development.
On red hill soils, especially
those which have been cropped
to grain continuously for years,
the application o f super phos­
phate fertilizer at the rate o f 200
to 300 pounds to the acre will in­
crease yields. This fertilizer will
also aid materially in getting
stands of red clover on these
soils.
J
Whittle Transfer
A Storage Co.
Best Paints,
Be»t Workmen
J. O. RIGGS
Phone 172
Packing, Crating and Shipping
Laag Distance Haaling
Phone 117
O ffice 89 Oak S t
C LIFF BURLINGAM E
Maialar aad T '«arata*
Papar in g, Ti tag
Phon« 414
MONUMENTS
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BLUE G R A N ITE
Swan Bln« Qaarry Co. 1
I hereby announce my candi­
S. A. Swan, Managar
dacy for the nomination o f Sher­
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BOW
raady t o render host
i f f on the republican ticket, sub­
prices on all kinds af granita
ject to the primary o f May, 1928
aad cemetery work. Apply P.
for Jackson county. I have been
O.
Bo: 34, pkonc 68. Ashland
a resident o f Jackson county the
past 40 years and a taxpayer and ... Oregon.
if nominated and elected will en­
NOTICE
force all the laws without par­
Candidate
for
Republican
tiality. Charles D. Stacy, route
nomination for
County Clerk,
four, box 11, Medford, Oregon.
83-15t pd promising
personal
attention,
FOR SHERIFF
economy and courtesy.
G. R CARTER. Talent.
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