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Thursday, S?ptemler 12, 1012.
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CHAIR DOCTOR R. H. Stanley, ex
pert furniture repairer and up
holsterer. Carpets beat, relaid
and repaired, bed springs re
stretched, chairs wired, rubber
tires for baby buggies. 26 First
avenue, opposite First National
Bank. Phone 413-J.
VOICE CULTURE, tone-pla"cing7"ar-tistic
singing. Address Mr. Mac
Murray, East Side Inn. Phone
READ THIS Any time you want the
city carriage, see E. N. Smith, 124
Morton St. Phone 464-J.
WANTED TO RENT A small cream
separator. May buy later. P. O.
Box 81. 30-2t
SUITES, gas for cooking, electric
light, bath, toilet, fine view, cen
tral location, upstairs or down to
suit. Apply at millinery store op
posite East Side Inn. 27-tf
BlCiCLES FOR RENT New and
. second-hand bicycles for . sale
cheap. Bicycle repairing, prompt
service, good work, low prices. All
kinds of tires and supplies at cut
prices. Eastern Supply Co., 104
North Main. 77-tf
CANNING PEACHES, Mnirs, $1.50
per hundred, delivered. Albert C.
Joy, phone 802-F-23. 29-4t
GOOD SPAN OFHUULES, hack and
harness for sale, cheap. 1167 E.
Main. J. A. Orchard. 23-tt
FOR SALE-room house, fur
nished or unfurnished. Inquire of
owner, 107 Seventh St. 27-7t
GOOD WORK HORSE for sale, or
will trade for wood or hay. In
quire at 486 Boulevard. 27-6t
FOR-SALE Manzanita stove wood,
from two to one hundred tiers.
W. M. Scott, 4 83Granite St. 29-3t
FOR "SALE No. 1161 Boulevard,
two large lots, new bungalow, near
high school. Apply on the premi
FOR SALE Acreage located on the
Boulevard, near railroad. Call on
or address Mrs. C. V. McKibben,
Route 1, Ashland. 82-tf
SIUIR PEACHES for canning 1 cent
per pound at the ranch, while they
last. F. P. Schneider, near Bell
view. Phone 802-F-31. 28-4t
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE for sale.
Rugs, gas range, gas water heater,
wood heater, iron bed, springs and
mattress, dishes, etc. 21 Fourth
TIDINGS WANT ADS are little real
estate salesmen. A 50-cent want
ad will put you in touch with
somebody who wants the property
you have for sale. Try it.
FOR SALE Single harness ?7 and
up; with collar and hames, $10.
Made in Ashland; our own make.
Don't buy factory made harness.
Eastern Supply Co., 104 North
FOR7 SALE Five acres, one mile
from city limits, on Boulevard;
new 7-room plastered house, elec
tric lights, barn, poultry house,
100 fruit trees, berries, deep well.
3,500. L. Miksch, R. F. D.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for
clear property, a 34-36 H. P. Ram
bler auto, guaranteed in good re-
pair and running condition. See
Stuart Saunders at Nims & Saun
ders', or E. E. Bagley, 141 High
FOR SALE Petite prunes and
Crawford peaches, fine for can
ning; also canned peaches, black
berries, strawberries, beans, apple
jelly, sweet beet pickles, apricot
jam, sweet pickles and cherries.
Also clear cider vinegar, made
from washed, wormless apple's.
Brown bungalow east side Walker
avenue, south of Boulevard. R.
M. Hedges, R. F. D. 38. 27-lmo.
acres; all fruit; free soil; pears,
apples and alfalfa; three crops;
sub-irrigation; electric lights; fine
well, best of water; engine, tank,
spring,' half acre of lawn, shade
trees, shrubbery, , bungalow with
screened porch, all new buildings;
fine location, grand view; district
of prize apples; first-class grocery
service one mile west of Talent,
and high Rchool, five miles west
of Ashland; short walk to experi
ment station. $6,500. Owners,
Brown Bros., Talent, Ore. 12-
HOCSE OF COMFORT
Powell Street at O'FarrcIl
SAN FRANCISCO ,
Best located and most popular
hotel in the city. Headquarters
for Oregonians; commodious lob
by; running ice water In each
room; metropolitan service. Bus
at train. A la carte service. Ideal
stopping place for ladies traveling
CHESTER W. KELLEY.
"Meet Me at the Manx."
Weekly Oregonlan and Ashland
Tidings one year, $2.50.
Baggage and General Transfer
Leave orders at Ideal Grocery
Office phone 156. Res. 286-J
STAR STEAM LAUNDRY
And Dry Cleaning
S. N. LINDSEY, Prop. .
Good Work Fair Prices
Ashland Billiard Parlor
10 East Main SI.
J. P. Saylc & Son
SEWING MACHINES AND SEWING
286 E. Main St. Phone 113
Car Load of Salt
Just received a car of hay
salt. Price $13 per ton.
Ashland Feed Store
Beats the world for carpet clean
ing. Runs lighter than carpet sweeper.
A child can easily run it.
Every house should have one.
No taking up carpets or matting.
No trouble to call and demon
strate. Phone 71.
C. C. WEISENBURGER.
E. S. HATHAWAY.
19 acres near city; 11 acres in al
falfa, 4 acres bearing fruit trees and
berries, balance grain and garden.
For city property.
6-room house, barn, wood house;
good size lot with young fruit trees;
also 160 acres timber. For dairy
16 acres in northern California for
acreage in Jackson county.
160 acres in Douglas county; 20
acres in cultivation, balance timber,
about 2,000,000 feet. For city prop
erty. 6 acres in bearing fruit trees and
berries; good house and barn. A
fine place. Will net 15 per cent on
the investment. Good terms given.
Auto taken as part payment.
40 acres of good timber on upper
Wagner creek, for auto.
1 xk acres at Lemon Grove, near
San Diego, for city lots or small
fiouse and lot. '
Sec S. L. ALLEN
63 N. Main St.
Beaver Realty Co.
For sale 108-acre hill ranch;
wood enough to pay for it; house
and barn; 2 miles from railroad
town. $35 per acre.
City lots $75 up.
320-acre stock ranch, on open
range; springs. Price $3,500. One
160 acres, 4 miles from good
town; tillable; red granite soil. $14
80 acres to trade for equity here.
Exchanges made on all kinds of
real estate, riave places in Oregon,
California, Washington and Middle
West for Ashland property.
120 acres of land in southwest
Texas, under ditch, no buildings, to
trade for Ashland home.
Wanted to list Good ranches,
large and small, to trade for Ashland
City property for sale; also farms,
large and small, improved and unim
proved. Easy terms.
For particulars Inquire of
Beaver Realty Company
211 E. MAIN ST.
Phones: Pacific 68, Home 3-L.
Place for sale? House for rent?
Want anything? A few lines In the
Tidings' want columns will do the
Telephone your social items to
Miss Hawley between 9 a. m. and 4
p. m, each day. Call phone 39.
"Get the habit." Send your social
news to Miss Hawley. Phone 3-9.
JOHN B. TAYLOR.
of Polics Hal B..n Under Fir.
:: NEIGHBORS 'ROUND ABOUT
U Items of Interest From Adju-
EAGLE POINT NEWS.
I once more take the liberty of
trespassing upon your time by send
ing another small batch of items that
may be of interest to some of your
We have had one of the finest
rains here the past week that anyone
could desire. It has purified the at
mosphere, laid the dust, started the
grass to grow in the hills so that the
stock can get something to subsist
on, and, last but not least, has soft
ened the ground so that the farmers
have gone to plowing. One of the
most pleasant things connected with
the rain . is that it has cleared off
without giving us a frost, for a frost
just now would have done a vast
amount- of damage, as the tomato
crop is very- heavy this year and
many have not as yet secured their
supply for the coming season.
Our town is in a slight commotion
now over the sidewalk movement.
C. Frank Rhodes of Medford has
been employed to establish the grade
for the sidewalk and also mark out
the route for the walk, and there is
all kinds of kicking over it, for some
I are, they think, badly injured and
some seem to have a pull. You know
how it is in these little incorporated
I towns, where one or two seem to
J rule the actions of the council. Well.
for present appearances there is like
ly to be a big lawsuit over grading
the sidewalk and having it in a ditch
three feet deep Irj front of one of the
leading business houses in the town.
But perhaps this is not of interest to
your readers. May tell more next
Well, since I last, wrote for the
T.idings A. B. Zimmerman has moved
the old building he used to occupy as
a store building and sold it to Heath
& Diamond, and placed it between
the town hall and the brick now oc
cupied by Heath & Diamond, and
they will use it for a warehouse, as
the store building they now occupy
for their store is too small for their
I understand that our mayor, Wil
liam Vonder Hellen, has, or intends
to deed to the town the strip of land
lying between the street and his fence
so as to give ample room for large
teams to swing after coming off of
the bridge, and has had the sidewalk
laid to correspond with his fence.
Mrs. Daisy Evans, who has been
stopping with a family on the road
between here and the desert, went
to Ashland Saturday to visit her
mother, Mrs. George W. Allen.
Rev. Hicks, formerly pastor of the
Baptist church In Ashland, but now
pastor in Albany, is expected to
preach here -in the Baptist church,
commencing on the evening of the
16th, and continue over the 20th.
Our new Baptist minister, Rev. L.
L Simmons, seems to be the right
man in the right place, and his ser
vices seem to be highly appreciated
in the community. Last Sunday
morning the following set of resolu
tions was adopted by the congrega
tion and a request that a copy be
sent to the Tidings for publication:
tie it resolved by the congregation
of the Baptist church in Eagle Point,
Ore., assembled for the worship of
God on the morning of September 8,
1912:' First, that we extend to Gov
ernor West our unqualified endorse
ment of his efforts for the enforce
ment of the laws of our state. Sec,
ond, that ,we pledge to Governor
West our undivided support as a
body of Christian citizens. Third,
that a copy of these resolutions' be
sent to Governor West and to the
press for publication."
Ellsworth Tubbs of Yreka was in
Frank Deal and John Shultz each
killed a fine buck last week.
H. W. Tracy of McConnell Bar was
a business visitor on Wednesday last.
Mrs. Annie Fox has moved into
her new cottage which has Just been
T. Jones went to Medford on Mon
day to visit his wife, who is still un
der medical treatment.
Albert Jones and Charlie Moon
brought in two fine bucks on Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Coppln, Mr. and Mrs.
Parker and Mrs. Parker's sister went
on a hunt down the river. The
crowd showed their good Judgment
by taking with them red shirts for
the men and red hat trimmings for
The K. of P. lodge still keeps up
its reputation for activity. It in
iitated one on Wednesday and more
are still to come.
Alex Cavin arrived on Wednesday
from Klamath Falls to go on a hunt
with F. Lowe and H. T. Trulin. They
will hunt in the Happy Camp region,
where buck are plentiful.
W. W. Quigley, Miss Myrtle Quig
ley and Miss Ruby Johnson of Wal
ker were visitors in Hornbrook on
W. C. Wise, the moving picture
man, was here on Wednesday. He
gives a good show and is always a
" Twenty-seven votes were cast at
Henley and seven at Hornbrook.
The ladies took a hand in this elec
tion. Delos Smith returned from his
hunt, having bagged two deer.
T. 1). Huhn was doing business in
town on Wednesday.
Dr. N. E. Richardson and wife re
turned from their trip to Vancouver.
They report continued cool weather
Mrs. P. W. Foster went to Central
Point, Ore., on Wednesday to 'visit
An unusual crowd was at the
Metliodist church on Sunday night.
The Hornbrook band played In front
of the church before opening time
and (luring the services inside. The
music was much appreciated by those
The Aid Society is giving a supper
in Woodman ha.i Friday evening, be
ginning ajt 5:30. They will serve
baked beans and brown bread,' cof
fee and desert, just like mother used
Lewis Niles has begun work in the
La Flesh mill.
Rev. A. W. Walters was in Mon
tague Sunday morning.
The Cottonwood school opened up
on Monday with full attendance.
T. J. Bennett left here for a hunt
down the river.
The Pythian Sisters are getting
ready to receive their grand chief,
also to initiate one.
George Meamber of Yreka came
up last week to go hunting with A. B.
Smith of Camp. creek.
KIRK LINE TO RE OPENED.
Formal Transfer OjK-ned of the New
Line to 0erating Department.
Thirteen and one-half more miles
of the Natron-Klamath branch of the
Southern Pacific, in Oregon, will be
opened to the traveling public next
Friday, September 6. This new piece
of track to be opened runs from Chil
oquin to Kirk, and will be under the
jurisdiction of the Shasta division.
A weekly' mixed service will be
established in the beginning, a bet
ter and more frequent service to be
given from time to time as the busi
ness warrants. The fare from Klam
ath Falls to Kirk, the end of the line,
will be $1.65; to Sprague and Meva,
Intermediate stations, $1.45 and
INSISTS ON FIVE PER CENT.
Medfoi-rt Refuses Tender of $20,000
From the O. & C. P. Co.
Medford. Refusing a tender of
$20,000 in lieu of the 5 per cent ot
the annual gross earnings of the Ore
gon & California Power Company in
Medford, the city will probably bring
suit in the near future to annul the
contract of the electric company in
The company recently made the
tender of $20,000 under the terms
of its 25-year franchise, which the
city authorities now claim Invalid
An attempt to settle' the matter out
of court is being made, but it seems
probable that the case will go into
Star Laundry and French Dry
uieanmg company. Phone 64.
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THE BLADE, TOLEDO, OHIO.
Mexico's Smoking Mountain,
In 1897 I climbed two volcanoes In
Mexico, Popocatepetl, or "the smoking
mountain." about 17.800 feet, and Ori
zaba, the former the most famous be
cause within view from Mexico City
and thus a source of eseelal pride and
admiration to the inhabitants, who
have been loath to' believe that any
other of their mountains could be high
er. Popo has a really splendid crater.
about half a mile across and 1.000 feet
deep. The walls are geuerally verti
cal, but In one or two places It Is pos
sible to descend. When workers are
engaged in collecting sulphur machin
ery is used to hoist them up and down.
From Popo's summit there Is a glorious
prospect, not alone of the Immense
crater, but of the beautiful "White
Lady" (Iztaccihuatl) reclining a thou
sand feet below, of Orizaba on the far
horizon and of the charming valley of
Mexico. Annie 8. Peck In Christian
The Duke of Wellington was noted
for his rigid integrity. Here is an in
stance which occurred in reference to
bis large estate. Some farm adjoining
his lands was for sale, and bis agent
negotiated for him for the purchase.
Having concluded the business, he
went to the duke and told him he bad
made a capital bargain. "What do
you mean?" asked the duke. "Why,
your grace, I have got the farm for so
much, and I know it to be worth at
least so much more." "Are you quite
sure of that?" "Quite sure, your grace,
for I huve carefully surveyed it."
"Very well, then; pay the gentleman
from me the balance between what
you have already given and the real
value of the estate."
Tarson So your husband is sick.
Maybe he has been throwing himself
too heavily into his work. Mrs. Casey
Not on yure loife! He's been throw
ing his wu-urk too hivily luto him.
That's what's the trouble wid him.
tie's a bartender. Judge.
Donald Nursery Co., Inc.
Growers of strictly first-class nursery stock of all kinds. All stock
strictly as represented, free from disease and up to grade. Whether
you want to plant one dozen trees or a commercial orchard, write for
free illustrated descriptive catalogue and price list. A few more good
responsible salesmen wanted.
Donald Nursery Co., Inc.
Do you need Drainage or Irrigating Tile? I
Increase the yield of your land 25 lo 50 per cenl.
WRITE US FOR INFORMATION
Jacksonville Brick and Tile Co.
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Orchards, Homes and Farms
In a Thriving Center in
of the Rogue
Land for Sale !
74-acre tract, good house and barn, 2 miles from Talent, on
rural mail route; telephone in house; i mile from school; bearing
trees; 8 acres In alfalfa. Do not have to sell, but if a person Is
looking for an all-round place this is hard to beat for the price,
91-acre tract, part of which Is In the town limits of Talent, and
an Ideal place to cut Into town lots or acre tracts and larger tracts.
All good land and mostly under irrigation. This is a good chance
for the right man. Will be glad to show interested parties over
this proposition any time. Talent is the town that Is doln' It
Large or small tracts, close
fa or, in fact, any kind of .
PHONE NO. 371-R-5, Ashland.
Talent Meat Matket
F. T. Gayer, Prop.
Newly Furnished Rooms
Centrally located. Well ventilated.
Gas and electricity. Everything new,
neat and clean. Keasonable prices.
349 E. MAIN STREET.
HIE HAIR OP YOUR YOUTH
"Rich, glossy, luxuriant facinating hai,
Why ahould you not keep it o continue
lo have it plenty of soft youthful-looking
bair, to dress in the many itylci most b-j-
I coming to you that keep you looking
I young, attractive that please you and
your admirers too.
Don't let the grey hairs in they'll make
i i ji i i j i
you iook oia lose your cnarm anu ircsn
ness. Besides others notice them at once
ind comment on them too.
KEEP THE HAIR OF YOUR YOUTH
USE HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
SI 00 and SGc at Drut Stnret or direct atton receifii
' price and dealer's name. Send 10c for trial
vtllt.Philo Hay Specialtim Co., Newark. N. J.
FOR SALE AND GUARANTEED
RV McNAIR BROS.
One of the Garden Spots
in or well out; fruit, farms, dairy,
lands. If Interested call on or