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Monday, November 23, 1912.
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thereafter; 30 words or less $1 per
month. No advertisement inserted
for less than 25 cents. Classified
Ads are cash with order expect to
parties having ledger accounts with
CHAIR DOCTOR R. H. Stanley, ex
pert furniture repiiror 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.
WANTED Competent girl at the
East Side Inn. . 51-tf
WANTED An experienced-cook, at
the Columbia Hotel. 50-tf
WANTED Fat hens at the East Side
Meat Market. Pay 12 cents a
TANNERS Natural Science Est.,
10 Granite St. 38-tf
HEAD THIS Any time you want the
city carriage, see E. N. Smith, 124
Morton St. Phone 464-J.
VOICE CULTURE, tone placing, ar
titjtic singing. Address Mr. Mac
i JMurray, East Side Inn. Phone
' 183. . 25-tf
WANTED Gray squirrel skins.
State the number you have and
the price. Address H. H. Clarke,
FQ& EXCHANGE A Densmore ball
.bearing typewriter in good condl-
; ition for a second-hand Oliver type-
' writer. Enquire at the Tidings of
FOR EXCHANGE Ten acres on Ya-
quina Bay, adjoining the town of
, Yaquina. Several acres bottom
land, plenty of wood, running wa
ter, and sewer in house; eight-
, room bungalow; running stream
through place; splendid salt water
! fishing, salmon, etc., in front of
' place. Would like few acres with
I house, or house and esveral lots
in Ashland. Address owner, O.
Middlekauff, Benton County Bank
Bldg., Corvalli8, Ore. Cut this out
' it interested, as this will be in
) -fierted but once. 46-7t
IFOR RENT December 1, nicely fur
nished cottage of five rooms, pan
try, bath, gas range, yard, wood
shed. Rent reasonable. Inquire
at 64 Third St. or phone 309-J.
TOR RENT Furnished sleeping
rooms over Vaupel's store. Steam
heat, hot and cold water. Rent by
week or month. Inquire 63 North
Main St. Office phone 16; resi
dence nnone 289-J. 50-tf
SUITES, gas for cooking, electric
light, bath," toilet, fine view, cen
tral location, upstairs or down to
suit. Apply at millinery store op
nosite East Side Inn. 27-tt
BlUCLES 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
FOR RENT Furnished apartments,
Allen building, opposite motor sta
tion. Gas, electric light, hot and
cold water and bath. Best apart
ments in city. Inquire 63 North
Main St. Office phone 16; resi
dence phone 289-J. 50-tf
FOR SALE Good piano In good con
dition. L. L. Mulit.. 50-4t
FOR SALE Hercules stump puller,
good as new. A bargain. Phone
FOR SALEOR" EXCHANGE Fiv
passenger Hudson automobile. In
quire of J. A. Campbell, 523 North
Main St. 51-tf
FOR SALE Acreage located on the
Boulevard, near railroad. Call on
or address Mrs. C. W. McKibben,
Rontfi 1. Ashland. 82-tf
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 narness ?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
FOR SALE,"CHEAP Two fine lots,
small house, also household goods.
Ten Royal Ann cherry trees and
other varieties of fruits in full
bearing. Owner leaving city. 508
Palm Ave. 48-lmo
FOR SALE $32 "for White sewing
machines. These machines are
listed by the White Sewing Ma
chine Company at $80. Easy pay
ments if desired. Drop a card to
C. W. Merrill and he will deliver
you one. 48-lmo
FOR SALE 9 -acre orchard on
Granite St.; 3 houses, 2 barns,
wood and chicken houses on place;
one of the finest homes in Ash
land. City water, light, sewer all
in. Will consider some trade In
Portland or Seattle suburban
property. Price $10,000; half
cash. Inquire G. F. Billings.
FOR SALE Beautiful home of 10
acres one mile west of Talent and
nigh school. Bungalow; grand
view; excellent location of bunga
lows and prize' apples; spring,
well, best of water; engine, tank;
' sub-Irrigated; pears, apples and
alfalfa; lawn, shade trees, shrub
bery. $6,b00, including horse,
wagon, buggy, hay, tools, etc.
Brown Bros., Talent. tf
La Follette's-Weekly Magazine
and the Tidings one year for $2.50.
FOR SALE Continued.
FOR SALE, BY OWNER Large lot
with small house, on Meade St.,
ten minutes' walk from the post
office. Warranty deed and ab
stract. Price $350. Address Mark
Hebron, Gen. Deliv., Kansas City,
THEV ALL DEMAND IT.
Ashland, Like Every City and Town
in the Union, Receives It.
People with kidney ills want to be
cured. When one suffers the tor
tures of an aching back, relief is
eagerly sought for. There are many
remedies today that relieve, but not
permanently. Doan's Kidney Pills
have brought lasting results to thou
sands. Here is proof of merit from
Mrs. William Charley, Grape
street, Medford, Ore., says: "The
public statement I gave in praise of
Doan's Kidney Pills In 1907 still
holds good. I occasionally take this
remedy and find that it keeps my
kidneys In proper working order. A
fall was the cause of kidney com
plaint in my case. The kidney secre
tions were unnatural and sometimes
I had such acute pains in my back
that I could hardly bend over. I did
not sleep well and despite the use of
plasters, liniments and remedies of
various kinds, I continued to suffer.
While In that condition, Doan's Kid
ney Pills were brought to my atten
tion and, procuring a box, I com
menced taking them. In about two
weeks I felt better and the contents
of four boxes made me well, I have
recommended Doan's Kidney Pills to
many other people."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United.
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
Newly Furnished Rooms
Centrally located. Well ventilated.
Gas and electricity. Everything new,
neat and clean. Reasonable prices.
340 E. MAIN STREET.
The dog for the city or country.
Guards, pals and sporting.
STAR STEAM LAUNDRY
And Dry Cleaning
S. N. LINDSEY, Prop.
Good Work Fair Prices
HOUSE OF COMFORT
Powell Street at O'Farrell
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."
Beaver Really Co.
Now Is a good time to Invest In a
home in Ashland. Special bargains
may be obtained In both city and
country property. We will be pleased
to show you around and to extend
to you the courtesies of the town.
5-acre tracts just out of town, un
improved, from $350 to - $1,500.
5-acre tracts, improved, from $1,200
up to $5,000, and more, according to
improvements, location, etc.
10-acre" tracts from $1,100 up,
Small dairy ranch, near town, for
City lots $75 each and up.
Exchanges made on all kinds of
real estate. Have 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 Bale; 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.
Mining location blanks for sale at
the Tidings office.
ASHLAND jGH SCHOOL
Personal Notes That Tell of Activi
ties in the Realm of the
Championship football is the pro
gram for Thanksg'ving. Albany
high, which claims the title for the
northern half of the state, are to
play here Turkey Day and then go
to try conclusions with Medford on
the following Tuesday. This will
undoubtedly be the biggest game of
the year. Ashland's team is the
strongest in years and has had no
difficulty in defeating the strong
Medford team. But it has been un
fortunate in not being able to get
any outside games. The Portland
and valley towns are reluc'ant to
bring a team from so far south. But
now that one of the best teams of
the state is coming here, the boys
hope to make such a good showing
that they cannot be ignored next
year. The team ought to be in the
best of physical condition for the
big game as there is no one. on the
sick list and the hard training has
not been relaxed. Vhat this means
is shown by the fact that in the first
Medford game not an Ashland man
left the game nor was any time tak
en out for Injuries. The Albany boys
will be here from Wednesday until
Saturday and it Is planned to entwr
tain them well during that time. An
informal reception wlU fee given thg
team on Friday after the game,, This
being a holiday will give the business
men of Ashland a chance to see their
team In action, and the high school
grounds ought to hold a big crowd
The final debating tryout resulted
In the choice of Jay Withrow, '14, as
leader, Walter Carpenter, '14, and
LeRoy Ashcraft, '15, with Billie
Briggs as alternate. The contest was
very close and the judges had much
trouble in making a selection. In
deed, the two left off the team were
marked well up to the top by some of
the judges. The four chosen, with
Miss Esther Whited, were chosen at
a preliminary tryout from among a
number of contestants. The team
chosen is well balanced, and al
though there are no geniuses among
them, they ought to put up a good
hard fight against Klamath Falls
when the two schools meet some time
in January. The judges were Dr.
Johnson, Professor Vining and Mr.
C. B. Lamkln. The question for de
bate is, "Resolved, That life Impris
onment, with restricted power of
pardon, would be a desirable subst'
tute for capital punishment in Ore
gon." This is certainly a live ques
tion, one which is agitating the peo
I pie of Oregon. The fact that there
j are five men awaiting the death pen
I alty gives the people reason to pause
and think. , Ashland has the naga-
tive, probably the more unpopular
j side, and realizes the handicap
j against her. All the debaters, how
I ever, are thoroughly familiar with
the question and have been studying
and practicing during the entire
year. When the debate is held,
therefore, Ashland's case will be the
best possible presentation of that
side of the question. The debate
will decide the championship of the
southern Oregon district of the State
Debating League, the winner to be
matched against the champions of
another district, the winner of that
debate to debate at Eugene next
spring for the state championship.
Thus only three debates stand in
Ashland's way to secure the coveted
The anniversary program holds a
chief place in high school affairs at
present. A large number of stu
dents are working to make this the
biggest affair of its kind during the
year. The program, which appears
elsewhere, is very attractive. The
object of the play isc to secure books
and periodicals for the school library.
This library is already large for a
high school and is a source of great
pleasure' and profit to the students.
That the books are appreciated is
shown by the constant use made of
them. And knowledge of the use of
reference works is perhaps the best
education to be gained in school.
While, therefore, the library is doing
good service, its usefulness will be
enhanced if money can be raised to
get the new and up-to-date reference
booksk and periodicals. The students.
are making a special effort, to five
the town people something good at
a low price and they feel that they
are entitled to hearty support from
parents and friends. The tickets
which have been placed on sale are
going very rapidly and there prom
ises to be a large crowd. The school
has an, excellent theatre, with the
best of scenery, and altogether the
entertainment and play promise to
be a decided success.
Special facilities for tourist par-
j ties at the Bay Hotel and annex,
Crescent City. Hot and cold water,
baths and rooms en suite. 22-tf
If it Is Tidings work It Is the best.
AFTER QUACK DOCTORS
Uncle Sam Getting After Maker and
Users of Deleterious Drugs and
Washington, Nov. 20. Postmas
ter General Frank H. Hitchcock or
dered today the simultaneous arrest
of 175 manufacturers of alleged
quack patent medicines in 72 cities
throughout 22 states.
This action is the result of months
of investigation directed against
firms manufacturing medicinal prep
arations considered injurious to the
The dragnet Is aimed at all sorts
of quacks, cure venders, healers, ma
ternity doctors and "specialists."
The evidence was accumulated for
months, during which time the post-
office authorities probed the activi
ties of the medical advertisers in
various newspapers throughout the
It is understood that the depart
ment of agriculture chemists co-operated
in the work. The indictments
charge mailing of obscene matter or
using the mails to defraud. The
quacks, it is said, have heeu getting
rich since he eupreuiti court ruled
that the, pure food, law could not be
used to prosecuto patent medicine j
mnufacturers for "misbranding"
exrept when the labels falsely In
formed the public regarding the
quantity or quality of the materials
Used in their composition. As a re
sult the government was powerless1
to act until today's move was
t Advices received up to 2 o'clock
this afternoon show that one. arrest
was made in Kansas City, three in
Milwaukee, two in St. Louis, four in
Indianapolis, one in Peoria and two
The number of indictments issued
in various cities was announced here
today. They include: New York 2,
Chicago 9, Portland, Ore., 9, Oak
land 8, Los Angeles 3, San Jose 3,
Seattle 8, Spokane 5, San Francisco
7, Alameda 2, 1 each in Salt Lake
City, Bellingham, Crescent and Ta
coma Wash.; Sacramento, Petaluma,
Fresno and Glendale, Cal.
Washington, Nov. 20. A nation
wide raid, involving the arrest of
173 persons in the principal cities
of the country, was made today by
the postoffice inspectors and United
States'marshals on doctors and drug
concerns charged with the inlsune of
the mails to solicit criminal medical
practice or dispose of medicines or
instruments connected with such
The raid was the most extensive
and far-reaching ever made by the
government and was under the per
sonal direction of Postmaster Gen
eral Hitchcock and Chief inspector
Sharp. So carefully had the details
been guarded that until the first ar
rests were made at Indianapolis
early in .the day virtually nothing
was known of the government's con
Working with clockwork precis-
I ion, the inspection force spread over
j the 22 states and carried out the
; prearranged plans and tonight the
i postoffice department received word
j that nearly all the designated per
i sons had been arrested. In isolated
instances it was found impracticable
j to effect arrests, but those against
j whom the warrants have been Issued
are under surveillance and probably
v. ill be .unable to escape;
Inspector Sharp and his force
have been at work seven months in
working up the eases. -Many of those
taken into custody were members of
prominent wholesale and retail drug
concerns or physicians well known
in their communities. The govern
ment will prosecute the cases vigor
ously, according to a statement by
Went Firm for Ousting Mayor.
i Salem, Ore., Nov. 21. Despite the
receipt of a resolution from the
I Hoseburg city council advising him
to fight for his reforms in the courts
and not in the newspapers, Governor
j WVst is today firm in his determina
tion to either oust Mayor Micelli of
It'iat city or have the license of the
I ltoseburg Brewing & Ice Company,
J in which Micelli is a heavy stock
i holder, revoked.
j West accused the brewery concern
ol introducing liquor into "dry" ter
ritory, and in a missive-to the Ro.se
biirg city council declares JVIicelli
stultified his oath of office in aiding
ami abetting this concern in its al
Wnat Troubled Him!
"I've tried all kinds of health
foods, but none of them seems to fit
"What is it you are troubled
SUNSET MAGAZINE and Ashland
Tidings one year S2.75 to old or new
subscribers. Regular price of Sunset
Magazine Is $1.D0 per y'er.r.
The Light for the Home r
use the best lamp you can buy is the Rayo.
There is no glare; no flicker. The light is soft and clear. The Rayo
is a low priced lamp, but you cannot get better light at any price.
Rayo lamps are lighting more than three million homes.
Save the Children's Eyes and Your Own.
Made in various st
A t Dealers
Efficient, Will heat a good sized room
even in the coldest weather.
Economical. Burns nine hours on one
gallon of oil.
Ornamental. Nickel trimmings; plain
steel or .enameled tur
Portable. Easily car
ried from room to
room; weighs only
eleven pounds ; han
dle doesn't get hot
Lasts for years
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
461 Market Street San FrancitcO
Good Work Done Promptly
Rough Dry at Reasonable
J. N. NISBET, Mar.
Office and Laundry 158 Fourth St. . TELEPHONE 165
CilMERON & PATTY
Hardware & Furniture
NKW AM) SECOND HAND GOODS
345 East Main Street, Ashland, Ore. Phone 121
Get Our Prices on Tents
Proper display Is
making sales. Even a good salesman can
hot get the results In a dark corner that ho
can In a well lighted department. People
want to see the goods and see them in the
light. Don't use'an illuminant that gives
wrong color values If you want to hold '
your trade. Custom goes to, the store
that gains confidence by using the right
Ight electric light.
Ashland Electric Power and Light Company.
Pay-aa-you-enter street cars, just
coming Into general use In many
cities, were tried In Brooklyn, N. Y.,
half a century ago and discarded.
A French scientist urges putting
one's pillow under one's feet as a
remedy for Insomnia.
td without removing chimney or
Easy to clean and rewick.
styles and for all purposes.
N.&M. Home Laundry
Prices. New Machinery.
absolutely essential In
, Kansas led the states In the
amount of zinc ore melted in the
first six months 'of 'this year, with.
Illinois second and Oklahoma third.
The life of a steel rail on the main
line under ordinary circumstances is