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ASHIAXD WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGE TWO ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Established 1876 Fublished Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND PRINTING COMPANY BERT R. GREER Editor OFHCUL CITY AND COUNTY PAI'UR TELEPHONE 39 Kl'USt'IUPTIOX RATES RY MAIL Olio Year Six Months . . . Three Months One Year Six Mont lis . . . 1.23 Outside of the Vnitcd Stales . 1.4 u ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertisements, per column inch, each issue, 25c. Loral Ueadeis, the line of six words. 10c. Classified Column, lc the word, each time.. Legal Notices. 3 1-3 ,,'"ls tlie line' each time' Cards of Thanks, f LOO. m, implies. !i rents me hub ' Vi';itirnnl orders and regular rates. ll"WM.-.l ... , 1 :.! or collection is taken, ui me regwui '"" "-' 11113 1111 ' societies charging regular initiation fees and dues, . ,ii u i,..,i f- nit oiiviriisinir when ... i i n....vnti-nt sorieiies win iir cm, - little hostess. The mothers of the children, Mrs. Donald Whitney, Mrs. fi. V. Hilo and Mrs. H. T. Elmore and Mrs. J. W. McCoy, were also in nttendnncea t the festivities at the McNalr home. (lii-Mums Dance If a green Christmas prevailed outside, the time-honored snow and ! cold that is supposed to accompany ! Hie nniiual,visit of Kris Krlngle was j represented at the N.itutorium last 'night when the American Legion land members of Company I) of the National Guard were hosts at a dance. The decorations in Hie hall 1 were particularly appropriate iu in" occasion. Know representation wun Hie greens and reds of Christinas made Hie scene one of unusual beitu- ' ty, and the dance was a fitting clos- ing of the holiday festivities. The music was sufficient of itself to at I tract a largo company, wlillo the dancing was one of Hie most dellght t ii I features. A large attendance helped make the affair a very at tractive and popular event. Opportunity for U. S. Capital in Balkan Oil man advance In Iloiinianiu. Al- NOTICK OE SHERIFF'S SALE By Virtue of an execution in Fore closure and Order of Sale duly Ib Bued out of and under Hie Beul of the Circuit Court for the Stute of Ore gon, for Jackson county, dated De cember 23rd, 1919, iu a certain suit t heroin, wherein First National Bank of Ashland, Oregon, u Banking As Boclatlon. as plaintiff, recovered ugainst wait Uy Edward J. BliiK . i. ..i. n i f..ii,.,.ii..,i, ..viiui-u iiwlement and decree my me united rreasj ". .......... , ,-f ,r ,, 9Unl 0f devoted particular attention to "ib;",,, TwPnty.six nnd 14 leconstruction of the destructed . . $r'lil4) Dollars, together wells, their work wan crowned with !...,,!, ir,n no attorney's fees, and limited success, nnd il will take VIENNA. (By Mail.) In view j of the general shortage of coal here, the question of the production of nttmi fuel hna ntrnin hpenillA PI. . , , . (,,,., ' long period of svstaniatic work to tremely Importunt. Special atten- 6 1 ...... an admission "The Tiding h:-s a larger circulation iu ... ., ,',.., newspapers comhincd. Abhlimd and its trade territory Entered at ,'heAshlund. Oregon. I-ostoffice as second class mail mailer Adltl- AI'ITAI. IS ALSO NECESSARY There are a million men out r work iu li.ki.Mn. Cermauy and Hel en rsed 11V wo rts tell of it, ter iu America RANKING IIOOSTINt cri.Tl'RE In many ways banks am helping rami development and finance fann ers who are increasing production. Miuiy western hanks publish monthly bulletins ndvo'cating co- niiinent move- man Austriaiis are i... Newspaper repor ,,,,,,,,,,.,1 ,,,!,.,- tell of it, alld let- .....ii tit u i' tin;-, 11(1111 unnmiM , ,.,..,, llV Iw. 1,.1'lr nt niK'l'ailOU Hliu mi. in. I III. ' "" due to lack of capita,. The First Natioua Bank o B. lf i , v re rapi.nl In l!el,ium and Ore., issues a monthly news hook . v ,.' could go to work, for the benefit of the farmers and ; ro;p'rily would comeback. But , stockmen of that section t , ,v and will not come out In other- communities tho b I k is , H i, place. And ye. we curs,,' helping to better hard eondilions "' ;, , America and some of us and seems anxious to make the farm- tillk ,,, confiscaling it. Capital ers problems its own. ,s ins, as necessary as labor. Boll,; While livestock occupies ge of bo. Ir anion in oi np.uc m tins, interest is shown in n wide ili- ChiKtmas Eve Wt'ddliig Cbristmas eve K. W. Redifer and Miss I'ina Benedict were niarried at I he home of the bride, only the im mediate relatives bein? present. Both parties have a host of friends and ac quaintances In Ashland. They aru active workers in the Christian church, Mr. Itedifer has been teaching at Itosehurg until just recently. Their friends will welcomo I hem at their home on Seventh street. William E. Bean, pastor of the Christian church, performed the ceremony. rin la' abused and the use li,. and are abused. What wo need is a better both. I understanding7 of ersity of other topics. I Potato crowing, the uo of sun flowers as silage, information about SHIPPING FOR FARM AND cream tests nnd critical discus FACTORY sions of various kinds are included. ! The most significant tiling nboul The most important duty before ()ie )Uili(;at ion is the extreme prac tlie American people is the eslab- tic;li Hs,,fuincss to the farmers foi lishmeut of a merchant marine upon tthm jt js intended. basis of liealt by development. A more practical way of ynkiii'- British owned ships are today yMUk inil farm together for public Wednesday Wedilinjj The marriage of Orin Woolley of Diinsmuir, Calif., and Miss Laura Woolley of Collage drove took place at the eMtliodist parsonage Christ mas eve, Rev. Charles A. Edwards officiating. The young people will make tlieir-liome In Dutisinuir where Hie groom is employed. flooding American markets with cheap wool and cheap copper alld cheap tungsten ore, which we can produce. One of the first steps of the Brit ish government was to establish nil i European Chamber of Commerce nt ColoL'iio and trade Willi Germany. ! The first ainnsac.ion was fifty' million dolli'i'S worth of OermaiC manufacturers for distribution; through British channels of trade, j The National Marine league of j 2i!S Pearl street, New York, estimates' we will be compelled to accept bil-i lions of dollars wiirlli of European nianiifact in eil goods in payment of foieign debts to us. This deluge of foreign trade would wipe out steady employment ofj Amei ii'jn c ,pitnl anil labor at home, j cm only be met by plans for exlenil-j ill'.' American commerce to the ends; of the world. That ran only he accomplished by taking st"ps to place our great new merchant marine composed of thou sands of Americaii-bailt ships on a miiiihi mi si iii'.sh and economic looting! to meet foreign demands. The pie of Hie west are In-i tensely interested iii seeing the Ainer-, ican flac floating o",- shipK plying! to the eels of Hie world with Amer-j "an matiuf;.e; urers ;,J American j products of the soil. American mills will close nml American farm products will lan-j guish in the honic markets at low; prices unless we man nml operate the. shipping already built to meet the rnr.ipotiiinn of the world. j service would be hard to find. lint we our.iging to the American shipown er. I i accomplish thjs rc-sult. FAVORS HOOVER'S PLAN' TO SI PPLV El ROPE FOOD PORTLAND. Julius II. Barnes. i I'ulted States wheat director and j president of the Cnited States gran ! corporation, has made the following statement in reference to Mr. lloov ci'b plan to supply food to Europe on credit using the capital of the grain corporation : "I would be very glad Indeed il congress should, in line with Mr lloovcir's suggestion, authorize this i plan to supply food to those people now jn urgent need In cenlral Eu rope against their credit obligations Their appeals to us at present are iilit distressing. The profits of the grain corporation and of the sugai equalization board, are quilo ma terial and may well be invested In such humanitarian relief helping di rectly to steady the war-torn peoples of Europe in their progress towards the day when they can stand alone. "Last February the people nf till country expected to lose ono billion of dollars in discharging the war time pledge of a producers' wheat price; Il now appears that. XI) per cent of the wheat of this country is marketing outside the grain cor poration and above the government guaranteed price. II is very Improb able (hat the national treasury will have any loss whatever from that source. Congress may well consider whether one hundred or two hun dred millions of dollars of loan au thorized to these suffering nations d a 11 itioliat nelicv en. iii uie maiuieuunce oi social oruer would not lie proper return for part ! f.f II, K lellle,, ,l.,ll ,,o i,. u ,,,,n,,,,.,i i s s i i v .i. , a , t. , ' treasury, instead of the preservation ( OMMI l!( I I, ( II CiU'MN I "f ""' ''"'ire amount in c ish." The Social Realm Through the courtesy of Leitlt Ab boit who used to Use the Cummer-j c'.J Club smoking tobacco last sum-' iner rut who pn ,b.iblv feels that h" is under oldig iimns to us, the Ore-j Birthday Pnrly con E:iiei,l i. diversity of Oregon : Christmas day was the third nn publication js now on file at the niversary of the birth of little Mb.s Commerce, I Club. I.eith is getting; Marjorio Kathleen McNalr, daugli out a d .ndy pajcrand Oregon gnids ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McNalr. who don't subscribe rhotild drop ill and as Santa Claus always looks af ai;d get the latest from the campus.1 ter this greatest of all festivals. Mar- ' The Ace" is the name of a lie v and i .c,.!,.t western aviation mag :"iiic publish,'! in I,os Angeles wbicli is on oar table. Anyone who has late magazines with whirl, H-ev have finished s urge, , J,.,V(. , , ,h (.ul) W(, ioric's mother postponed the cele bration of the little lady's birthday until the following day, when be tween the hours of 4 and I'r.'Mt Fri day a company of happy little gills were entertained at the McNalr home on Bush street, which was have bus of dope on loiton growing beiutifully decorated for the occas- in Argentina, r tc . ,ut T,.rv lt)e ,,u. Santa Claus did not confine light fi.tom to enthrall our lady his visit to Christmas day alone, visitors while their husbands arP however, and had left a candy cane talking crops. n I huge popcorn hall by the fire- iw.iiiionp inioi rnallon Holed Out place foretell guest. A Christmas Honeymoon Post Milled Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hanna, who were married at Trinity Episcopal church last Wednesday, will be at home to their friends after January IU. 1920, at the Shook apartments. The newly wedded couple had planned a pleasant honeymoon trip to Los Angeles, Santa Catalina isl and other points in the south, nut owing to the heavy traf fic and the shortage of Southern Pa cific engineers, Mr. Ilaiinu found it impossible to be relieved, therefore they have postponed their much an ticipated trip for n short time. Hon in financial circles is being paid to oil nnd petroleum which eastern Europe used to pi ance. The exportation and the equal and Judicious distribution of the material, however, is rendered particularly dif ficult by the exceptionally grave po litical situation of the producing countries ua well us by the devasta tions of which this territory was the theater. ThlB refers above ull to the oil wells of Galicia and Rouinaniu, while the oil occurrences of Baku, on the Cuspiun Sea, and Kerkuk-Clian-ikil still deserve the greatest atten tion in the Far East. The extraor dinary abundance of the hitter's pro ducts was one of the principal rea sons why the British naval craft was reconstructed for oil heating. $14. SO costs, which judgment was enrolled and docketed in. said Court December 6th, 1919 Notice is hereby glvent hat, pursu ant to the terms of said execution raise the Roumanian oil fields uguiu to their pre-war importance. Th ..... ... , Roumanian government is trying bard ; , ...in .... raii,iarv 31st. 1920, nt 10 uuce in uuunu- ,,., ; lIii8 respect and viock a. m., at the front door of is ,,,.o,; io h..ve lately concluded , me i.oui iiiousb iu u w, u louicunoii vt.iH the Austrian gov Oiii.iiu.it wheiely they ure to sip pij tiie .'.Uatiians Willi petroler i and other material of primary lie -sity in exchange for industrial p . -ducts. There Is an exceptional opportuni ty at the present time for American capital to take an increased active in terest in the oil production of east ern Europe; an activity of this kind on the part of the United States would be very much facilitated, first, by the exceptionally favorable rates of exchange for American coinage In those countries, and, second, uy ville, Jackson County, Oregon, of- 1 1 for sale and sell ut public auc t, for cash to the, highest bidder, lc. .itisfv said judgment, with the us or this sale, subjart to redemp oii as provided by law, nil of the right, title and interest that tho said defendant, jointly or Individually, had on November 4th. 1915, or has since acquired, or now has 111 and to the following described property, sit uated In Jackson County, Stute of Oregon, to-wlt: Southeast quarter of Section Four in Township 38 South of Range Two east or the Willamette Meridian in Jackson County, Oregon. Dated nt Jacksonville, Oregon, De cember 2:!rd, 1919. C. K. TERR1LL, of beginning; excepting and reserv ing a strip of land 20 feet wide run ning across the north side and the east end of the tract for highway purposes. ' Dated at Jacksonville, Oregon, December 23rd, 1919. C. E. TERRILL. Sheriff of Jackson County, Oregon. By FLORA THOMPSON, Deputy. 76-4 Wed. CITATION In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Jack son. In the Mutter of the Estate of H. S. Evans, Deceased, To Samuel J. Evans, C. W. Evans, Joseph Evuns, Emma J. McCum sey and Annie M. Maso, and to all other persons interested in said estate, GREETING : In the name of the State of Ore gon, you are hereby cited to appear in the above entitled court at the court room thereof itf Jacksonville. Jackson county, Oregon, on the 14th day of Februury, 1920, nt the hour of ten o'clock A. M. of said duy, then and there to show cause, it any ex ists, why an order of sale should not be issued to W. J. Moore, adminis trator of the estate of H. S. Evuns, deceased, authorizing and directing him to sell at private Bale, for cash in hand, or upon such terms and con ditions us in the Judgment of the court may seem best for ull parties concerned, nil of the real property belonging to the estate of said de ceased, or so much thereof as muy be necessary to pay tho debts, claims, funeral expenses and expenses of ad ministration ugulnst said estate, the suld real property being more par ticularly described as follows, to wlt: An undivided one-fourth interest In and to the following described Rv virtue of nil execution In Fore- tract of land: closure and Order of Sale duly Issued ( Commencing nt an Iron pin, one out of and under the seal of the Clr-'lnch by one inch by twenty Inches i cult Point for the State of Oregon, long driven In the ground at the for Jackson County, dated Decern-; west comer of BlocK "U" In Railroad her 2:itd. 1919, in a certain suit j addition to the City of Ashland, therein, wherein Ella B. Mills as Jackson county, Oregon, nt the north, plaintiff, rocoveieil judgment and de-jllne of Main street, 435.20 feet north creea gainst Matt Dora as de- and 53.60 feet east of the southwest lendant, for tho sum of One corner of Donation Land Claim Num Thousand Five Hundred Ten ber 42, in township 39, south of and Sii-ino ($1510. SO) Dollars, to-1 range 1 east of Willamette Meridian, i get her with Sinn, nn atiorney fee and Jackson county, Oregon; thence i,-e i.:.a. 1...I,. .e.,a ' north flfi rlflf? 93 mln Aflat 177 1ft the neighboring territories was evening when ho was shuck u an, . , k . , ... ,d Court Ifeet; thence north 65 deg. IS mln. the m While the petroleum and oil pro- (,0V(U,)meul(t conceKMl , c operate with America and to profit duction of Asia is more or less In nuns., nanus a.reauy, lue.a uuju. ; o( ,m. lmcienl im((in(i!(s 01.Ki,lilza to be a good opportunity for the In- vestment of American capital in Ga-i ' llcia and Rotimania. American' business Interests, however, must be aware oi me luci iinu one ui iiiu g-sn most urgent nnd iudispensible tasks 1 1 II In regard to rational exploitation ; of the oil wells In that part of the j world will be their reconstruction,! aiming at bringing about the pre war standard of production. Whilej Funeral services over tho remains the output of mineral oil In Oaliciu of the late Clarence I'rescott, whose which centered in Drohobycz and. tragic death occurred last Monday arked readiness of the peoples Sheriff of JackBon County, Oregon. Ilv I'l.llKA TliU.ursiJ.N, uepuiy. 76-i Wed. MD DDCoonn n ri r . i . ILUUUI I NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE BURIED SUNDAY December nth, 1919. west 57.85 feet; thence soutn 35 Not I'-e is iK-rehy given that, pur-1 deg. 23 mln. west 174.40 feet to siiant to the terms of said execution, the north line of Main street; thence I will fin .inn tin rv 31st. 1 920, nt in south 65 deg. 18 mln. east 14.15 very great In normal times, a con-! automobile, were held from me i on siderable'number of wells have been gregational church Sunday after- choked and devastated during the noon. Rev. D. J. Gillanders, the; ......t (tnutnp fitllllle!el i 1,1 Ill'P'.Si VO SOe' course oi me numerous uanieu i'i..", .........,vs which took place there between the vices which were attended by J!thl, ,.,., hou,.(, jn thl, rty of jack-! 43.80 feet to tho place of beginning, Russians and the Austrlans' even af- large concourse of the friends and ! sonville, Jackson Count v. Oregon, ! containing 10,150 square feet, more ter the armistice and right'now this neighbors of the deceased. Beauti-! offer for sale and sell at public auc- or less, and excepting and reserving 11 1 inn auuisiiLB nnu rigui now mis n . lion for cash to the bii-h -st bidder, therefrom that pert thereof conveyed territory is the subject of dispute Ml floral offerings were presented , ;onH...ViHr.v juVl aiint. wlih I he . to C C. Chappell by deed recorded between the Poles and the Ukrain- by the sympathetic Inends, ninong j rn(s o( lhjs K.lo HUl)(,(,t tn rPll,,mp.,in Volume 48, Records of Deeds for which was a handsome wreath given ;t as provided hv law. all oi the Jackson county Oregon, at page 48 and partly In American nnd Austrian by the plumbers of Ashland. Inter-; riebt, HH and interest mt lh J , "t- tt'XZZ Kiddies' Kntorlalnllicnt Christmas exercises for the be- nlnners, primary classes und cradle roll In the Methodist Sunday school held their program in the church parlors Tuesday afternoon for the entertainment of the kiddies. About HO children and 40 visitors iillended, and after a program was presented two huge Jack Horner pies were brought out from which the children "put in their thumbs" and drew out gifts. ( hrislinas Wedding The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wagner was the scene of a pretty wedding Chrislinas night when Miss Theresa Mary Barry of Boston, Mass., became Hie bride of Mr. Frank M. Anderson of Berkeley, Calif. The ceremony was read by Rev. Father Canoty in Hie presence of a few friends and relatives, after which a dainty supper was served. The Warner homo was artistically deco rated in evergreens anil cut flowers, the color scheme of green and white was careliilly carried out. A candle lighted Clirislinass tree formed the back ground for the ceremony. The charming bride wore u simple gown of dutchess satin. The net veil was arranged In a flared crown effect with a wreath of orange blossoms. She carried n shower bouquet of white carnations and freesias. The collide was attended by Miss Ella M. Anderson and Mr. Carroll M. Wag ner. The bridesmaid wore nn attnic tive dress of net ami lace with an oveiHkirt of light blue satin und a plcturu hat of pink mallne. She carried a large bunch of pale pink roses. Miss Barry came to Berkeley from Boston following u year's service as a Bed Cross nurse with the A. E. F. Since her return from France she has been a student at the University of California. Mr. Anderson Is a prominent con sulting geologist well known in this part of the country, lie is a brother or Mrs. J. M. Wagner and Mrs. ti. W. Looseley of this city. TIib brido nnd groom left on the midnight train last night for Cali fornia. After a few months in the southern part of the state they will return to Berkeley, where they will make their home. The coronei-H' Jury empanelled to investigate the cause of the death of Clarence Prescott, who was struck by the uiitomobile driven by Melvin V. P 1-OMIlt e U t l,, ,. tltln,l Iri-V Wau lieliteil with e.1,,11... n.uil K,.,.l ..,,. I... . .. . r " men uerisioii iii tne 111" end then -iiirt in I, lite.- away the i. sent the glow nnd sparkle of Vule- quest held this morning that the de mon' nn-n mt-rr an, were, I dunnr tele over the tuene, which was fur-! ceased the past month i.ii a luif. M,,m Hot lighted hy candles on the din tit them were for gein tal information ing table at jvhirh. the little guests nnd reiiuned. in the ith--uio were M-nteoi with the hwt.. A .11. came to bis death by being struck by Mr. Kaegi's car while the latter wns driving at nn excessive rate of speed. The turv ntmi found Ashland literature. le!,.rs running er candle aud a kewpie doll adorned ! that Mr. Prescott falle.l In use nrnnor over onto a s'crmd nnd sometimes with a big bow of ribbon, was placed , discretion iu attempting to cross In a third page. Single spare,) at that, at the plate of each of the guests who were Marietta Wariettn Whit- front of the Knegi East Main street. automobile on LONDON". A pair of Olner Cro-ii- ley. Frederira Ilile. Kmilv Vl,nr 1 well s gloies was sold at South, by's Frances McCoy and Raggedy Ann.j Albany Red Crown Mills double auctions for 1275. the dearly beloved rag doll of the i capacity of plant. hands. ment As to the Roumanian oil wells, a' cemetery. considerable part of these is not now: ' in working order, which is chiefly Marshfield. Two hundred dun to the military measures taken frontage on Broadway bought by tho allies ut the time of the Ger- large hotel. rr-7" -'iAK fi "N,r- The rwlwiyi nf lh United Stit tre mnr- than on'-tliird, iH-ftHy oue ' tittlf, of nil I lit railway of lli; "oi.'l liny carrjr a yearly trirhc m tuuth grcatrr rhan (hut of any alker country that thrreti really no basis for tuniari on. Udeed.llje traffic of any I wo ration ojiv be nuii bued, and it ill il doei not apfiroat b l be commrri of Aneri(-a borne upon AiseruaB rsiUays. Vniui Star Smattr Cummlm. Ask Any DougliboyWIio Was "Over There" and he will tell you that American railroads are the best in the world. lie saw the foreign roads in England and I'Vaiice, the best in Europe jind iu other Con tinental countries and he knows. The part railroads have played in the develop ment oi' the United States is beyond measure. American railroads have achieved high stand ards of public service by far-sighted and courage ous investment of capital, aud by the constant striving of managers and men for rewards for work well done. We have the best railroads in the world we must continue to have the best. But they must grow. To the $'20,000,000,000 now invested in our railroads,, there will have to be added in the next few years, to keep pace with the nation's business, bil'ions more for additional tracks, stations and terminals, cars and engines, electric power houses and trains, automatic signals, safety devices, the elimination of grade crossings and for recon struction and engineering economies that will re duce the cost of transportation. To attract to the railroads in the future the in vestment funds of many thrifty citizens, the direct ing genius of the most capable builders and man agers, and the skill and loyalty of the best work men in competition with other industries bid ding for capital, managers and men the railroad industry must hold out fair rewards to capital, to managers and to the men. American railroads will continue to set world standards and adequately serve the Nation's needs if they continue to be built and operated on the American principle of rewards for work well done. Efiis admliMment a publislwd by Ihe Sksociatioti oftfoiiluHuj ecuUvcX That de$irin inform t ion concerning tht railroad titu Ition my tblain literature by vritinf to The A tori 9 tion of Had tea j Enevttres, 61 Broad icq y. Sett York. t CITIZENS BANK O FASH LAND, New Year Assurance Yoit have greater assur ance in the future when you have an account with The Citizens Bank of Ashland. Its strength and prompt sorvice are points worth considering when desir ing to make a new or ad ditional banking connection. Your account invited. .l.il'filiil ,i I a i,,l,,llv III, III i, 111-, Ilv tiM.l on fvtoticr rth. 1'M2. or lias certain agreement made by A. L. Ai- ! since areiiirrcl. or now lias in nnd ns to F. G. Swednnhurg, II. fi. En j to the following described property, 1 ders nnd D. P. O. E. Lodge No. 944. feet situated in Jackson County, State oflof Ashland, Ore., which easement lor Oregon, to-wit: j extends across the rear end of suld Beginning at the northeast corner 'oi. of the southeast quarter of thei Also, the whole of the following; northe'ist quarter of Section 6 111 tracts: Township M South of Range One Commencing; at a point at the oast of the W. M. : thence west 20 northeast corner of lot II, of the chains; thence south 40 deg. east ! Hargadlne tract In tho City of Ash 5. on chains; thence east 20 chains; ! Iiin", Oregon; thence south 293.70 Ibence n.ntli Mir, chains tn the place i fePt " the southeast corner of snld : lot 11; thence west 1S2.30 feet alone j the south lino of said lot; thepce northeasterly 108.70 feet parallel with West Fork street, thence northwesterly 100 feet to the east line of said West Fork street and nt rigtit angles tnerewlth; thence north easterly along the east line of West Fork street 207.70 feet to the place of beginning. Commencing nt a point 40 feet southwesterly along the east line of Ilurgadine avenue from the north west corner of let 13 of the Har gndine tract in the City of Ashland, Oregon; thence 94 feet southeaster ly to the west line of West Fork street and at right angles thereto; thence southwesterly 50 feet; thence northwesterly 88 feet to the east side line of Hargadlne avenue, thence northeasterly 63 feet along the east side line of Ilurgadine avenue to the place of beginning. Commencing; at the intersection of the north side line of Park street with the easterly side line of West Fork street as per the recorded plat of Hargadlne tract in the City of I Ashland, Oregon; thence north 45 ! deg. east along the said easterly side line of West Fork street 207.70 feet; i thence southeasterly and at right an : gles with said West Fork street' 100 feet; thence south 45 deg. west par allel with said West Fork street 107.20 feet to the north side line of Park street; thence west along the said north line of Park street 141.40 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning, being a part of lot 11, of said Hargadlne tract. Commencing at a point 284.60 feet south 45 deg. west along the west I side line of West Fork street from i the northeast corner of lot 13 of the ; Hargadlne tract In the City of Ash land, Oregon; thence north 45 deg. west 93.-80 feet to the east side line of Hargadlne avenue; thence north I 45 deg. east 45.60 feet along said line of avenue; thence south 45 deg. east 89 feet to the west side line of jWest Fork street; thence south 45 deg. west 45.30 feet to the place of : beginning. Also, lot nine (9) of block thirty 'slx (36) of the Hot Springs addi tion to the City of Klamath Falls, I Klamath county, Oregon, as desig nated, delineated and described In and according to the duly recorded plat of said addition, filed In the of j flee of the County Clerk of said ' county and state. Also, an undivided one-half Inter I est In and to the following described ' lots in Multnomah county, state of , Oregon: Lots numbered eleven (11) and twelve (12) In block numbered four teen (14) In Wellington, according ' to the duly recorded plat of said Wellington, on file in the office of : the County Clerk of said Multnomah ! county, Oregon. I This citation Is published In the ! Ashland Tidings, a newspnner prlnt ied and published In the City of Ash j land. Jackson county, Oregon, and ; chosen and designated for that pur : pose by said administrator, for four ; successive weeks by order of the ! Honorable G. A. Gardner, Judge of he County Court of Jackson county, i Oregon, duly made nnd entered on the 11th day of December, 1919, I arid the date of the first publication 'hereof is December 17, 1919. I WITNESS the Honorable O. A. Gardner, Judge of the County Court of the State of Oregon, for the coun ty of Jackson, with the seal of said court affined this 16th day of De cember, 1919. (Seal) CHA1JNCET FLORET. Connty Clerk. T!v MILDRED M. NEIL. Deputy. . 3 rtM SAVINGS DEPOSITS irri;,'..-1"' Baby Soil iole Shoes XKW, LATK, JIST IX 111, IK KID, Will IK TOP PINK KID, WHITE TOP Also spats for babies. Also red felt moccasin stylo, cosy toes, slippers. The Bool Shop j'5-4 Weekly.