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Thnrnday, April S. 1914
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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.
WANTiSD Washing at ti75 East
Main St. 84-8t
AUTO LIVERY Fioyd Dickey, fei
ephone 342-Y. 81-lmo.
WANTED A bus driver at Oregon
Hotel by April 1, 1914 85-tf
WANTED Washwoman. Must take
work home. Phone 418-R. 83-tf
WANTED To. trade, good horse for
cows. W. M. Walker, Talent. 87-3t
GOOD board and room, $5.50 per
week. Mrs. Mattie Phillips, 111
Third St. 84-lmo.
BILL POSTER Will Stennett. 116
Factory St. Bill posting and dis
FOR CITY-CARRIAGE AND-GAU"-DEN
PLOWING see E. N. Smith,
124 Morton St. Phone 464-J. 2tf
CONNER'S WOODYARD AND SAW
84 Fourth St. Phone 151. Hard
wood $2.50, soft wood 82. 84-tf
"WANTED 50,000 strawberry plants.
State quantity you have, variety
and price. E. J. Mahan, Ashland.
5 LOANS, 6 Obtainable to buy,
build or improve farm, ranch and
city property or remove incum
brances therefrom. Special priv
ileges and reasonable terms. For
proposition, address Finance Dept.,
1527 Bttsch. Bldg., Dallas, Texas.
MUSIC AND ART.
SINGING Vocal technique, tone
placing, artistic singing. Mr. Mac
Murray, Director of Music, Pres
byterian church. Phone 183. 30-tf
FOR RENT For amount of taxes
only, 20 acres, 10 acres bearing
orchard, five blocks from Ashland
high school. Owner has no time
for it. See F. E. Conway, phone
310-J. 8 8-1 mo.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
housekeeping; large, light, airy
rooms with all modern conven
lences, bath, gas range, etc. Cen
tral location. Also furnished cot
tage. Call at Misa Porter's mil
linery store. S2-tf
FOR SALE Good buggy horse. E.
M. H., Tidings. S7-5t
FOR SALE Good business. Apply
to the Chair Doctor. 66-tf
HAY For sale," baled timothy and
wheat. Address 143 Fourth St.,
Ashland, Ore. 89-tf
HOR SALE Milch cows; prices reas
onable. Inquire Roscoe Applegate,
FOR SALE Heifers, grade Jersey
and Durham, just fresh. Prices
reasonable. Call phone. Mark
lOR SALE By owner, large lot with
small house, centrally located in
Ashland, Ore. Warrantee deed and
abstract. Address Mark Hebron,
Boise City, Okla. 85-lmo.
fX)R SALE: One brown horse,
weight between 1,100 and 1,200
lbs.; good saddle horse; will also
work double. C. F. Shepherd,
piano dealer, 658 Boulevard. 84-tf
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE Large
six-room house, all modern; large
lot, big barn. Only 100 feet from
paved street. Only $1,850. See
Mc Williams & Edgington, 70 Oak
i OWN several choice lots in Grants
Pass, Ore., clear. Will sell at a
sacrifice, $20 down, $5 per month.
Address owner, Mrs. Margaret Mc
Millan, Independence, Ore.
FOR SALE Five acres unimproved
frdlt land, about IVi miles south
east of high school. Write mo for
description and location. Make me
a cash offer. W. M. Gles, Box 164,
Sierra Madre, Cal. 84-2mo.
FOR SALE My home on Elizabeth
street, near - hospital, $900, half
cash; my pretty spotted oony, gen
tle and well gaited, $65; canned
fruit, 25c per can; phonograph,
etc Mrs. K. E. Addis, city.
FOR SALE Millinery, up-to-date
styles. Owning my store, expenses
are lighter, so can offer goods
cheaper than would be possible
otherwise. You are invited to call
and inspect the stock. Miss Por
FOR SALE The Tidings hag an ad
vertlsing contract with the Port
land Hotel whereby we have to
take part In trade. Anyone going
to Portland to stay for a day or
longer can save IB per cent on
their hotel bill by. applying to the
FOR 8ALE Registered Berkshlres,
weaned pigs, either sex, from
prlxo-winnlng stock, registered and
guaranteed to be breeders,, $20
each; unrelated trios, boar and
two sows, $50. F. R. Bteel, R. R.
No. 1, Grants Pass, telephone
Three Pines. 8 3-1 mo.
the pablic know their wants.
for those having bouses for rent or
EGOS and rouiruY.
FOR SALE White Orpington and
White Leghorn eggs, 75c a set
ting. Early Ohio seed potatoes
80c bushel. 303 Oak St. 82-8t
Rheumatic Pains Relieved.
Why suffer from rheumatism when
relief may be had at so small a cost?
Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., writes:
"I have been subject to attacks of
rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's
Liniment always relieves me immedi
ately, and I take pleasure in recom
mending it to others." 25 and 50
cent bottles. For sale by all dealers.
The smoker which was to be given
by the members of the Talent band
Saturday evening has been postponed
until next Tuesday evening.
Once in a while when we hear a
man 6ay his wife is a treasure we
think he forgot to attach another "r"
at the end of the word.
A number of casualties are report
ed from the Mexican border, consist
ing of engagements of our soldiers to
Scale receipts at Tlding3 office.
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ZF.MO U sold and Tunrnnteodby dru wrists
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Side Pharmacy, J. J. McN'air, Prop.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In the County Court of Jackson
In the matter of the estate of John
B. Brown, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Fannie L. Brown, admin
istratrix of the estate of John B.
Brown, deceased, has filed in this
court her final account as adminis
tratrix of the said estate, and the
hearing of the same has been fixed
by order of this court for the 23rd
day of April, 1914, at the hour of
10 o'clock in the forenoon of the said
day, at the county court house at
Jacksonville, Oregon, and all persons
interested in the said estate are here
by notified to then and there appear
and file their objections to the said
account and show cause, if any they
have, why the said account should
not be fully and finally settled and
allowed and the administratrix of the
said estate finally discharged.
Dated this 10th day of March,
1914. FANNIE L. BROWN,
C. C. PAGE,
Attorney for Administratrix.
NOTICE OF HEARING.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for Jackson County.
In the matter of the estate of Wil
liam Henry James, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has filed her final account
In the above entitled matter and that
in pursuance of an order of the Coun
ty Judge, made therein, the hearing
upon said matter has ben set for
Monday, April 61914, at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon, at the County Court
room in said county, when and where
all parties Interested may appear and
show cause, If any, why said account
should not be allowed and the prayer
of the application for discharge
granted. ELLA MAE JAMES,
Administratrix of the Estate of Wil
liam Henry James, deceased.
Miss Alice Vanderslui8, Talent cor
respondent, is authorized to repre
sent the Tidings' in all business rela
tions in this field. Headquarters,
Vandersluis & Burgan store.
TALENT AND VICTNITV.
Jim Briener, who has a contract
on the ditch work on Little Apple
gate, came in Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Guches and daughters
Ruby aud Alice spent Saturday in
A. Brown of Talent, who has been
sick, iB much better.
Little Miss Alice Guches of Ander
son creek visited friends in Ashland
C. E. Logsdon, formerly with the
Bagley Canning Company, has accept
ed a position with the Eugene Fruit
Growers Association as manager of
their Junction City cannery. This
comes in a way of promotion for Mr.
Logsdon, as the position is one of
great responsibility. Mrs. Logsdon
and children will join Mr. Logsdon
Mary Ruth True, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed True, is seriously ill.
Mr. and Mrs. True were intending to
move their residence back to the
Smith ranch on Anderson creek, but
because of the baby's illness will have
to postpone it for a while.
Mr. and Mrs. Sams and Mrs. Sto
ver of Ashland were visiting Mrs. J.
X. Pace at the Jackson county farm
Mr. andMrs. C. D. Burgan and
Mrs. William Walker visited in Med
A creamery meeting was held Sat
urday afternoon and a site was de
cided upon. It is to be just off the
Pacific Highway across from the old
Alford ranch. The construction work
is expected to begin soon. Another
very important meeting will be held
again this week.
Professor Chase of Medford was at
the Wagner creek school March 27
and gave the people up in that dis
trict a talk on agricultural work.
The flag was raised, and as it went
up the children gave a yell. There
was a program, which consisted of
songs, recitations and a debate on
the canal toll law. ,Those on the af
firmative side were Ruel Hall, Helen
Bagley and Ellis Beeson, and the neg
ative were Onnie Wimer, Orin Bar
low and Charlie Sumers. There was
a large crowd and they enjoyed the
program and speech.
Mrs. Sofia Halney Is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Brown of Jacksonville.
Miss Anna Bailey motored to Ash
land Monday evening.
Orville Dewey visited friends on
Anderson creek Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Withrow spent
Sunday at the J. H Withrow home.
Mrs. Carl Brobeck is on the sick
The Misses Anna Bailey. Ruth Wil
son, Lucy Withrow and Blanche
Guches gave a tea-towel shower in
honor of Mrs. Earl Withrow Satur
day afternoon at the home of Miss
Blanche Guches. Light refreshments
were served and a very enjoyable af
ternoon was spent.
Frank Rose returned from Nigger
Boy mine at Hornbrook Saturday.
Mr. Rose ha3 been working with a
few men at the mine cleaning up.
Charles Tryer has accepted a posi
tion with the Medford Sun, as assist
ant to the advertising manager. Mr.
Tryer expects to go back and forth
on the train every day to work.
OllieHazelwood went on an ex
tended trip to California Saturday.
Mr. Hazelwood intends to be away
for three or four weeks.
Mrs. Burnett is visiting Mrs. Ollle
Hazelwood for a few weeks.
Misa Leila Mitchell of Ashland was
the guest of Miss Margaret Ames
Monday evening. Miss Mitchell took
part In the orchestra concert.
Roy Kennedy of the Sterling mine
came to visit Talent and to make a
short trip to Little Applegate and
visit his mother, Mrs. George Trask.
He expects to return to work at the
mine In about a week.
Jack Murray of Glade Fork visited
Jacksonville and Medford and spent
Sunday at the Vandersluis home.
Fred Rapp has returned from an
extended trip in southern California.
Mrs. James Mayes and Miss Ber
nlce Hale of Anderson creek spent
Tuesday in Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Williams and
Mrs. William Walker motored to
The county convention of the Mod
ern Woodmen of America will meet
at the I. O. O. F. hall Wednesday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock. In the evening
a class of six will be Initiated, fol
lowed by a banquet. About twenty
delegates are expected from different
parts of the county. The Ashland
team of fifteen members will be on
hand In the evening to put on the
degrees. All arrangements are made
for a rousing good time.
J. N. Pace, superintendent of the
county farm, holds the record for this
vicinity for the large eggs. The larg
est measured 8V&X12 Inches in cir
cumference and another 7x10
inches. Upon being questioned Mr.
Pace invited anyone who wished to
call at the county farm and inspect
Mr. and Mrs. Huffem of Ashland
visited in Talent Monday with John
Norman and family.
Mrs. Louis Brown and Mrs. G. W.
Ager will entertain at cards at the
Brown residence on Wagner avenue
John Gibbs of Ashland is looking
over Talent for a location.
Constable Irwin was in town Mon
day morning to sell four head of
stock on which bo had an attach
ment. Welborn Beeson, E. E. Foss and F.
L. Holdridge accompanied Deputy
Sheriff Estes and Henry Kirby to a
ranch south of Ashland Saturday to
locate the man who stole their chick
ens last week. Upon arriving it is
understood that the said thief, a Mr.
Hood, invited the men to take a walk
and they did so. It is understood
that Mr. Hood moved and up to this
time has not been located.
Frank Kerby came to spend Sun
day with his brother, William Kerby.
. Rev. Millineix held sorites at the
Wagner creek school house Sunday.
There was a very large attendance.
Herman Summers made a trade of
horses in Medford Saturday. He is
well pleased with his new horse.
Mr. and Mrs. Lean Wimer of Wag
ner creek entertained at their home
on Sunday. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Smith and daughter,
Mrs. Boswell Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.
K. Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kline,
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Wilson, Mr. and
Mrs. John Wolgamot and daughter.
All enjoyed a pleasant day.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wakenian and
Morris and Neil Mahoney of Medford
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
P. Vandersluis Sunday afternoon.
The orchestra concert was given
Monday evening in the high school
auditorium. The program was:
"The Whip" march, by Holzman;
Barcarole from "The Tales of Hoff
man," by Offenbach; "Evening Star."
from Tannhauser, by Talent Concert
Orchestra; "Oh, Hush Thee, My
Baby," Sir Arthur Sullivan, by Phoe
nix -r Mixed Quartet, Mr. and Mrs.
Frame and Mr. and Mrs. Sheets;
"Polka Brilliante," cornet solo, Mr.
Wight of Medford; "Somewhere a
Voice 1b Calling," contralto solo, Miss
Leila Mitchell of Ashland; discussion
of the issues of the coming school
election, Pror. G. W. Ager, School
Director Welborn Beeson and Mayor
Breese; descriptive, "Return of the
Troops," Eilenberg; characteristic,
"Indian Dance," Bellstedt; Mexican
dance, "Manzanillo." Robyn, by Tal
ent Orchestra. The concert was a
Mr. Flint and William Walker
made a business trip to Ashland Wed
nesday. Mrs. F. C. Smith was in Talent
Tuesday from Jacksonville on busi
ness. There was a surprise party on Pro
fessor G. W. Ager, given by the stu
dents of the high school. Refresh
ments were' served and a very nice
time was had.
A. S. Ames and family delightfully
entertained the out-of-town musi
cians who helped to make the con
cert a success Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. James Morlson and
family will move out of the Alford
house Wednesday and will occupy
two new tents down near Phoenix for
The ladies of the Methodist and
Christian churches will entertain the
ministers' conference at dinner Mon
day. They Intend to serve a chicken
Those who have been guests at tho
Hell House this week are: Frank
Davis of Ashland, Herbert Johnson,
Grant Davis, Herbert Davis of Ash
land, and L. W. Hyde of the Med
ford Mall Tribune, who is working
on a contest which is to begin soon
on the paper.
Mrs. David Brrierly and family go
to Jacksonville Wednesday and from
there to Sterling mine, where she has
accepted a position as the manager of
the cook house.
MIbb Leola Trueblood, tho super
visor of music In Phoenix and Jack
sonville, visited the Talent school
WAGNEIt C'HKKK ITEMS.
The newly organized Industrial
Club held Its second regular meeting
Friday afternoon. After the regular
meeting a short program was given,
followed by an address by Supervisor
A. R. Chase of Medford on "The
Farmer of the Future." A large
number was present.
The negative won In the debate at
The Fact Remains
No amount cf misrepresentation by the
peddlers of alum baking powders, no jug
gling with chemicals, or pretended analysis,
or cooked-up certificates, or falsehoods of
any kind, can change the fact that
Royal Baking Powder
has been found by the offi
cial examinations fo be of the
highest leavening efficiency,
free from alum, and of absolute
purity and wholesomcness.
Royal Baking Powder is indispensable
for making finest and most economical food.
tho school Friday on tho question,
"Resolved, that the exemption clause
of the Panama canal tolls law should
be repealed." Tho lineup was: Af
firmative. Rue Hall, Helen Bagley,
Ellis Beeson; negative, Onlo Wimer,
Charles Sommer and Orin Barlow.
The new flag was raised Friday for
the first time. Owing to the height
of tho pole it is bulleved that the flag
can be seen from Talent on clear
SWIFT FLYING STARS.
Vastness of the Universe Indicated by
Their Long Travels.
The almost Incredible distances of
the heavenly bodies are well illustrated
by Camillc Fltitninuriou's comments
t' the Societe A$tromniue de France
on tho study by V. M. Slipher of the
Lowell observatory on the speed of the
nebula in Andromeda, which Is 300 ki
lometers a second. Klainiunrlou re
marks that If this speed has beeu
maintained since the days of Hippar
elms, twenty centuries ago, the nebula
has traveled in that time ID.OOO.OOO,
OHO kilometers. Hlppnrcbus made a
catalogue of the visible stars, and this
nebula is not found In bis list, although
it can now Iks seen with the naked eye.
Had it been as brilliant 2,000 years
ago as it Is today, Hippnrchus. living
under the clear sky of Alexandria,
could not well have overlooked It.
"Must we then conclude." asks Flam
mnrion. "that Its twenty centuries of
approach to us have been enough to
increase its brilliancy? The parallax
of the nebula is 0.17 second, which
corresponds to a distance of 181.000.
000.000.000 kilometers. It takes light
nineteen years to travel that distance.
So iu 2.000 years its distance would
have diminished by about ene-tenth."
But then, no one knows that It has
maintained this terrific speed through
out the centuries. It may have moved
nioro slowly or more rapidly at any
time. All Is conjecture except the
actual figures for its present speed and
The fact that bodies moving at such
speeds are not seen to move brings
home to us I he vastness of the uni
verse. New York World.
Time Alone Would Tell.
Mrs. Ross had a damrhter who was
of the opinion that her voice was her
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fort ii ue. Tho mother sent her to a
well known vocal teacher for lessons
and after a short time called on tho J
teacher to ascertain his opinion.
"Do you think." she asked the pro-
feasor, "that my daughter will ever j
become a noted sinter?-
"I guut r.ay.'' replied the professor.
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Baking and Cooking
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TALENT S. P. TRAIN SCHEDULE.
N- H .. .' 8:12 a.m.
Grants Fass motor 10:05 a.m.
Grants Pass motor 4:06 p.m.
No. 16 5:02 p.m.
Grants Pass motor 8:58 a.m.
Grants Pass motor 2:50 p.m.
No. 15 4:25 p.m.
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