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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 18 February 1920

. AudltorluM "rpon Histories! fuT ..l!f.,liu ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL XLIH ASHLAND, OREOOX, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920 NO. 84 County Republicans Meet and Banquet Bui KILLED BY PUBLIC HEALTH Atffll SHOT BOARD WILL MOT pnco again the members of the Jackson County Lincoln club gath ered in annuul banquet to nay their respects to the memory of the Great Emuncipator at the Med ford hotel last night. Tho occasion wiib inci dentally the annual love feast of the Great Cnvanqulshed, and those pres ont had no grounds of doubting, bo lore the event adjourned, exactly hat the political complexion is of tho majority of those present. Tickets wore limited to 300, but the enthusiasm waxed great before the end of the day, and tlie manage ment could not disappoint those who besoechcd a seat at tho banquet ta ble of the favored ones, so all these wore graciously permitted a place in the ranks of the Irreconciliblas, and many a prodigal was welcomed back to the fold. To allow for this ovei flow, t...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 18 February 1920

PAGE TWO ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Wednesday, February 18, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Established 1S76 Tubllshed Every Wednesday y THE ASHLAND PRINTING COMPANY blrt r. greer i5!CVf OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER TELEPHONE 39 ; SUBSCRIPTION' One Year Six Months . . . Three Months One Year Six Months . . Ontsido of the ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertisements, per column inch, each Issue, 25c, Local Headers, the line of six words, 10c. Classified Column, lc the word, each time. Legal Notices, 3 1-3 cents the line, each time. Cards of Thanks, 100. Obituaries, 2'j cents the line of six words. Fraternal orders and societies charting regular initiation fees and dues, regular rates. Religious and benevolent societies will be charged for all advertising when an admission or collection Is taken, at the regular advertising rate. The Tidings has a larger circulation in Ashland and its trade territory than all other newspapers combined. Eutered at the Ashland, Oregon, l'ostoffice as second class ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 18 February 1920

Wednesday, February 18, 1020 ASHT.AND DAILY TIDINGS PAGE THKFf 6 LOCAL AND PERSONAL I timnm:K:i:mini!t!:t:ni!mmmmtt5u WEDNESDAY'S NEWS Mr. and Mrs. W. R. BrowD, wlio are vlBiting hero from Conusant Lake, Pa., are the parents of A. II. Brown, at wTiose liume they uitt guests. Tho First National bunk and Mm. Ella B. Mills ure recent purchasers! of property belonging to Malt Dor in this city. Miss Claudia While of Medford was an Ashland visitor Tuesday ufter-j noon. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Poley, who have been spending several months In Los Angeles and o'her points in ; city schools last Thursday given In California, arrived home yesterday. : honor of Lincoln's birthday annlver They made the entire journey home; nary, the children in oneof the lower In their automobile, and state the j grades were asked to tell a Blory of roads are In splendid condition jirac-; President Lincoln, so far as they tlcally all tho way? j knotf. One little lad told of the : tragic ending of the immortal prcs...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 18 February 1920

ASHLAND WEEKLY TTDIJJG8 PAGE FOTO LOCAL AND PERSONAL ti a::n;iK.'aaainaKami: 11 1 mil ittnta Tl KSPAY'S NEWS Mrs. Emma Coffee and daughter wr Medford visitors yesterday af ternoon. The lutier rsiuniued over until evtiiing and attended tu play, The Bird of Paradise," t the Fag. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hand, who have leen spending the winter in Ashland. wn Grants P;.s visitors the first of tU weik. Mr. and Mrs. Hand are from mar Brownsville and own the Fern Hill ranch. t Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Elhart were among the Ashland people who at tended the l'lay at the Page theater in Medford last night. Mis. Nate Otteiheiu of Klamath Falls slopped off here this week while on her way home from a visit in Portland, and is the guest of her mother, Mrs. A. h. Harvey of B st rest. - Ahont twenty-five members of the local Baptist .church went to Med ford last niplit to hear the Rev. W. B. Hinson of Portland preach ill the Baptist church in that city. (runts Fass Methodist church has been having an old fashi...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 18 February 1920

VVdnefMlny, February iS, 1020 AsnxAi) Weekly tipings Page nvto SIMMONS IN FORECLOSURE OF DELINQUENT TAX LIENS. In tho Circuit Court of tho KUilo of Oregon, For I hr County of Jack 8011 : Jackson Comity, Oregon, Plaintiff, vs. W. H. Humphrey W. E. Putton, Geo Richardson, J. Delfouney, J. H Kincald, Magruder Est., Mnry A Mee, Mary K. Si tun, liciij. Beall, J H. DouniliK, N. !. Albert, W. A. Cowley, T. It. Hamilton, 0. N Reull, DfiiJ & Asbury Reall, Eli?.. Beall, Wm. T. Toomey, L. Moslier, M. S. Welch. Mrs. -Hiirsh, C. J Dunton, W. W. Newton, W. C. Ev ans, J. V. Anderson, Isaac Con stant, Goo. Pankey, C. V. Rhodes, John Griffiths, Kahler ft Patti son, Jones IlafHn, Anna S. Smith. Carl Richardson, J. S. & J. F. Loury, Central 1'oint Creamery Co., Mrs. W. E. Mann, B. 0. Glea- son, J. L, Ilamniersly, Cold Hill Dev. Co., A. E. Kellogg, Flora A. Kolsoy, A. Whilhelm Jr., Reed ft Kellogg, F. L. Dodce, lti'iibi'ii Cain, Morrill Belts, Charlotte F. Acree, Geo. N. Lewis, f'nlver Est., W....

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 18 February 1920

ASiiliKa &erL MMGI Wednesday, February id, 1020 PACE SIX 94; Medford. Kendalls Add., !.ot T. l!lk. 2, 510.00; accrued interest. 53.33. Xo. r. 0 4 0 Marv Webh. Vol. S. P. 95: Medford, Kendall Add . Ut 14. 3. fit1. 71: sc-nusi interest. $3.57. No. 3. P. L.t 1 TeTV:. - 5 04: Y St": Ye.:: I a..ar. Ker.i i . Vol. Add . vol. s. vd Add.. Lot :i:od U'.lere-'. S. Clark. Vol. P. mood Add.. I.ot 22. accrued interest. , -,,itt 'I.iltie Campbell, Veil. I i' Medi'ord, Kenwood Add., Vet 12. Hlk. :s. X. 12'i f'-. $130; juvued interest, 80.46. X... Mir; II. Humphrey. Vil. 3. P. 98: M.dford, Kenwood Add., S. r.n ft. of X. Uiii ft.. 1 ot 13. Hlk. 3, f 2 I'll; n.-rrued Interest. $0 09. r.iVir, Mrs. A A. Root. Vol. 3 P. (IS; Modioli'. Kenwood Villi . S. 5 $2 1 Xi P. ft. of X. 2H It.. Lot 13. Hlk. 3, ; .ir.iueil iuteret. $0,70. 5n 17 M. K. Douchoy. Vol. 3. "in- Medford. Kenwood Add., S. it of X. 250 ft.. I.ot 13. Hlk. 3. n'i; ai fined interest, $0.69. Xo. r.alS ll.ittie Campbell, Vol. p VI- Melford. ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 18 February 1920

AVciinesiiny, lVlirunry Hi, 1020 ashlanb vrEEfct ttfiixcs - ,. sKVE.i 12, $15. CI; accrued Interest, $5.18. No. 542 II. II. Rhoados, Vol. 1, p 48; Central Point. Grand View. Lots 21 mill 22, Illk. 1, $5.12; ac crued intorcst, $1.70. No. 5425 W. A. Cowley, Vol. 1, P 63; Central I'ulnt, Pattlson Add. Lot 1, Blk. 1 ; I.oIh 1, 2 and 4. Hlk. 2, $17.83; accrued interest, $3.94. No. 6426 Anna A. Smith, Vol. 1, P. 54; Central llniiit, Pattlson Add. Lot 1. Itk. 3, $5.9.1; accrued Inter cut, $1.97. No. 5127 Mary A. Mee,.Vol. 1, P. 54; Central Point, Pattison Add. Lota 3 anil 4, Hlk 3, $12.01; ac crued Interest, $4.00. No. 6428 Win. A. Cowley, Vol. 1, p. 64; Central Point, Piittlhon Add. Lots 2 and fi, Hlk. 3; Lots 1 and 1, lllk. 4; Lots 1, 2 and 5, lilk. 5, $32.91; accrued Interest, $10.97. No. 6429 .1. S. & .1. F. La wry, Vol. 1, P. 50; Central Point, Shield Add. Lot 1. Hlk. 3, $G.1'J; accrued Inter est, $2.00. No. 6430 W. A. Kehlinsoz. Vol. 1, P. 67; Central Point. Land pes. 95 434, $3....

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 18 February 1920

Wednesday, JVoui-nni-jr 18, 1020 PAGE EIGHT ASHLAND WEEtttt mtXGA f R. 3W, $7.44; accrued interest, ,.$2.48. " No. rS0tl Hvdraulic Mining Co., Vol. 6, P. 96; K'i of SE'4 of SE,4, Sec. 2, Twp. 37, It. 3W, $3.90; ac crued interest. $1.30. No. 5M0 i-C. B. Ross ot ul. Vol. G, P. 98; und. -t int. El4 of NE1., of NEV St'C 12, Twp. 37, R. 3V, it!. 51; accrued Interest, $2.17. No. 5S11 Iowa Lumber & Box Co.. Vol. 6. 1 1 ('0 ; X'is of XW'i. See. 23, Twp. 37. H. 3V. $19.77; accrued interest, JG.59. No. 5S12 Trail Lumber Co., Vol. r, I lini; NIC, of NW.'i. Sec. 25. Twp. 37, II. 3W, Ml-',, Sec. 2ti. Twp. 37, It. 3W, $10.90; accrue,! interest. $13.03. I Nn. 5SM--Tiil I.timlier To., Vnl.j 0. 1'. ldl; N'a of XK!,, Sec. 27.; Twp. 37. I!. :;V, 1 1.1!': accrue,! in-: teiest. $3.73. No f.MO OppCon-.olid.ited Mines. I Vol. il. I'. 1"-'; SW'4 of NW'i. Sec. j 3 0. Twp. 37. H. 3V, fH-.ii; accrue,, mteiest, $ 4 . ! 1 . No 5M9 !'. Hendricks, Vol. 0. P. 1W; liacfl, W'i of XW'j ft liaet'l. NW, or SWfi, Se...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 25 February 1920

ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL- XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1920 NO. 85 France Pays Homage To American Dead ' United States of America, who died An appealing. echo from the great: for liberty during the great war, the world wiir wag sounded yesterday ! homage ot France, afternoon when the honorait cur- "The president of the Republic, 1 EXTENSION OF WORD 10 HI PRAISE FOR MO jASW BOY ON C. E. WORKERS "It. POINCARE.' The principal figure of the group tiflcates of the French High Coin mlKBlon nt the direction of the ' l"1"1-'!"'1 iifiuiw u. nic Kiuuii French governnient were presented , 8ymuolizes the soul and spirit of the to the nearest of kin of those who American army which helped France died in sorvlco' in the world war. ,0 mamtaln ulho ti10 fiame ot jile The Vlnlng theater was filled to ,01.clr of lil)mty alul j,18tlcei Its utAQSt capacity with those who I Tll0 BWord u not fn the ,caubord, by their presence came to pay trib-: t,lIt re.l(ly llt any m(,meI,t to protect...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 25 February 1920

Wednesday, February 25, 1020 PAfiK TWO ASnLAVO WEEKLY TIDINGS ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Established 1876 ' Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAXD PRINTING COMPANY BERT K. GREEK OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER TELEPHONE 39 SUBSCRIPTION' One Year . . . . Six Months . . . Three Months Outside of the One Year . . lz Month! ADVERTISING RATES . . i ... n. Display Advertisements, per column Local Readers, the lint of six words, Classified Column, le the word, each time. Legal Notices, 3 1-3 cents the line, eaeu time, Cards of Thanks, $1.00. Obituaries, 2Vt cents the Hue of six words. Fraternal orders ud societies charging regular Initiation fees and dues, j regular rates. Heligious and benevolent societies will an admission or collection Is taken, The Tidings has a larger circulation than all other newspapers combined. Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, INITIATIVE BILLS PROPOSED BY T1IK LEtilsLATl'RK Th fil lowing bill will be submit- ted to the people for a vote ai a ape- rial general election...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 25 February 1920

Wednesday, February 25, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGE THltO mtntmum:mut:an:n:tramiiKm:t jj LOCAL AND PERSONAL :n::n:!:::!i:m:mmttmumjtmjunia THURSDAY'S NEWS Mrs. 0. U. Utterbnck of Tacoma if In Ashland, a guest of her daughter, Mrs. 0. A. 1'auUerud. I'rof. I, C, WIlHon, principal of the Junior High school, ban been laid up thin week with an attack of the prevailing epidemic of coldH. Su perintendent 0. A. UViscoe baa been teaching In the Junior High School for the past two or three days, help ing out In the absence of the prin cipal from the ranks. Rev. C. F. Koehler, who returned the fore part of the week from bis trip to Philadelphia, tells of the dee; snow and Intense cold that prevails nil over the eastern coast. "Philadel phia wag burled In snow," Mr. Koeh- icr remained, "'rue city was un able to get help to keep the streets open, and traffic was tied up a good share of the time I was there." Mr. Koehler also remarked ubout the dirts in the eastern" cities, which coming from...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 25 February 1920

Wednesday, February 25, 1020 ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS PAGE FOIH FRIDAY'S NWS The coroner's inquest on the Bhoot ing of Lloyd Cordoza, which occurred near Hilts last Suiul:iy, took place :,. ii,o .-itv hall this forenoon. The inquest was first set for yesterdny nioriiliiB ut 10::)0, then potsponcd to 3 o'clock in the afternoon on account of Prosecuting Attorney Roberts be ing too busy to get over. He was ufl nble to come ut that hour, however, fo it was postponed again until this morning. As the prosecuting attor ney could not get here then, Coroner Teil heard the evidence himself. The jury found on hearing the evi dence that Lloyd Cordoza came to his death by the accidental discharge of a gun in the hands of Frank C. O Kelley. Mr. O'Kelley was present and told a straightforward story. Ac cording to the evidence Mr. O'Kelley had gone to the Cordoza ranch Sun day and had taken along his gun. This he hnd leaned ngainst a tree, when he saw some young boys play ing near it. Thinking it uns...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 3 March 1920

Oregon Historical Boctty. Auditorium ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS VOL. XLIII ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1920 NO. 85 QAVQ CADCQ COUNTRY GIRLS Utt I U I nlLU im nronnr nrniin SHOULD BE REDUCED (i)v United Press! NEW YOKK, March 2. Presi dent Underwood o( the Erie rail road, toduy stated passenger faros should be reduced to two cents a mile, except on certuin lines serving a limited territory. He said he favors a readjustment of freight rates and raising the tar iff on commodities of compara tively limited use. I TUESDAY'S NEWS Rev. Robert Tweed, formerly tf Ashland but now of Kopowein, Wash., Is a business visitor In Ashland this week. J. S.'Reed, an insurance man bf Portland, is in Ashland on busl ' ness today. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Finley, who have been driving up from Pasa dena during the past week, arrived in Ashland this morning. Lieut. J. Q. Adams, who has been In Ashland for several days In the Interests of army recruit ing, left this morning for Klam ath FallB. Fireman Mitch...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 3 March 1920

Wednesday, March 3, lOSld Ashland weekly tidings ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS Established 1876 Published Every Wednesday by THE ASHLAND PRIMING COMPANY .. BERT R. GREER.. - 1 1 if'i .Editor OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER TELEPHONE 39 SfBSCRIPTIOX RATES Bt MAIL On Year Six Months . . . Three Months Outside of the United gtutes One Year . . Six Mouths ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertisements, per eolumu inch, each issue, 26c. Local Readers, the line of bIx words, 10c. Classified Column, lc the word, each time. Legal Notices, 3 1-3 cents the line, each time. Cards of Thanks, $1.00. Obituaries, 2V4 cents the line of six words. Fraternal orders and societies charging regular inltlati.u fees and dues, regular rates. Religious and beuevelent societies will be charged fer all tdvertising when an admission or collection Is taken, at the regular sdvertisi.g nX The Tidings has a larger circulatloa in Ashland aad Its trade terrltery than all otlier newspapers combined. Entered at the Ashland, Oregon,...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 3 March 1920

Wediunilny, Mui-ch 3, lttiJA ASHLAND EltLY TIDINGS PAGfi THKRF KIDNAPPER TAKEN BACK TO ROSEBURG Chief of Police J. W Hatcher ar rested u man by (lie mime of Walker luut Wednesday evening at the insti gation of u telephone niossiiKe from Sheriff Qnlne or ltosehuig. Walker, aero nl Inn to the story of the Doughs official, had had truuhle witli his wife in Missouri, and had taken liis little 9-year-old till and left the country. -A warrant had been bwoiii out by the wife, it is stated, uud the fugitive had been traced to Koxeburg, but he had left before the nheriff could act on It. Walker had gotten off train No. S3 and was in the act of nurchuHing u ticket to .Missouri when Chief Hatcher cuimlit him. II" wag detained hero until lust iiilit, when Deputy .Sheriff Dillard arrived from Kosekurg and took hi in back to Douglas county. The charge against t lie man, it was stated, was kidnapping his little girl. tinuu to be operated as the Medford) skill was unavailing to restore her. Auto Co...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 3 March 1920

ASlCLASt) WEEKLY TIDtNOS Wednesday, Starch 3, 1020 pack rom I LOCAL AND PERSONAL jan::::::::i:at:::n:t:::mt:a!ana:o TirTKSOAVS NEWS i Mrs. Clark bush expects to leuvi Saturday tor Long Boai.li to join her husband who preceded her there ome time ago. i j 0. E. Sams, who recently sold out his grocery buslners In Ashland, bus' entered the employ of the Norton Motor company as a salesman. ( ... j Miss l'earl KastertinB, clerk in the' Steams Self Service Store is out to lay on ucrount of illness. ; ... 1 Mr. niul Mrs. D. It. Conner of the Hot.- Austin drove to Yreka, Calif.,! ye ii il.iy to spend the (lay. j ... I Mrs. .1. li. Winier ami lirother, Er nest phlelte, were Ashland visitors I rom .Medford yesterday. I'rof. Johnson of the soils depart ment of O. A. f , has come to Jack Fun county and will take charge of the soils experiments at the South ern Oregon Experimental Station at Talent. This will relieve I'rof. ltei mer from that occupation, so he can dccoie all his time to fruit exp...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 3 March 1920

U'ocliiwclny, M.trili .'), 1020 ASin-AVD WEEKLY TIMVG9 page nva SUMMONS H FORECLOSURE OF i DELIi(lE,r MX LSLiVS. Ill (lie ( In nil Com! of I hi Oiee,iui, I 'oi' I he 'omit y son: Si. id- ill of Jill'll- Jackson County, (),, mi. PI ail..:.!', vs. W. If. HtiiH.!ii.y, W. K. Pi'lton. (.'" Kichai .l.-iiii, J, Det'oiiny, .1. II Kliiciiiil, .Maeiinler K."'., Maiv A. Mee. .Mary Iv Mms, L"iij. H.- 11. J II. 1 Jou ti 1 11 li. . N. .1. A!' cil, W. A Cowley, 'I'. It. II;i!.iiltol. ;. :. Ufa II, H nj Aslwrv lio.ill, Klii. Beall, Wm. T. Tuinicv, I,. !',:!:("' M. S. Wi'lcli. Mrs. Iluia-h, C. .1. Duntoit, W. V. Newton, W. C. Ev- Presloy, Ore. ft Cal. , Lot 12, $15.69; accrued interest, 1, $5.79; Knox ft, C. ( IK'V. Co., AI. C. hidings, and also nil other persons and parties un known claiming: any ri ht, title, (st..ti, lii'ii or interest in mid to tlin re il estate described In tho complain herein, Defendants. To the above-named defendants: In the name ot the State or Ore gon. Vint and each of yon ...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 3 March 1920

I Wednesday, March !t, 1020 t'AGK SIX ASntAXD WEEKLY WTOWflS f4; Medford, Kendalls Adj., Lot 7, Blk. 2, $10.00; accrued Interest, ?3.33. No. 6040 Mary Webb, Vol. 3, T. t r. - .Medford. Kendall Add.. Lot 14, nik. ii-i". No. 3. i'. Lot 1, U-1CF'.. 510.71; iicci tied Interest, 5041 Minnie Cullahan, Vol. Kendall Add:, in: ; Menuuu Rlk. 53. c: S, J 10.0(i; accrued llt- F Clu-lcren. Vol. 3, , Kenwood Add.. Lot Xo. 50 420--. ... ... i -I. niu. 2, ; accrued in'''' Clark Vol. 3, T. V- ;"' . . , 1.1,1 1 ..it 2 .Mellon.. , .......pst. :!k. :'. 97. No. . p. ,.t i: Hi:'1: ,,,1-Hattio Catiipliell. Vol. '.is: Hlk Hold, henwoo,. -. X 1 2 1 i $1-39; ,1 interest. - r, , , if, II. Humphre: 'M..if,ird Kenwood -, Vol. Add . ,,f X i:,0 ft.. Lot 13. Hik. a fi - ...1 inteiest. $0 09. :,,; Mrs. A. A. Hoot. Vol Medford. l 'liwed All'l It ,,l N" "ml It., l.oi i ... ' ' ,,-,,-,l interest. $".70 1 1 7 M. K. Doiicliey. ol. I Mellon!. Kenwood Add., S. kI X. I'i.n It.. Lot !. i"- , 1 Ul'.l lliio iS II, Hie l.-itot...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 3 March 1920

WViliiOMlaj', Miivi-li .1, 1020 ASHLAND Wfefcfct TIDINGS 12, $15.51; nrcrnnd Interest, $5. IS. ,N'o. 6424 H. J I. Lkoadoa, Vol. 1, P. 48; Central Point. Crund View. Lots 21 mid 22, ink. 1,'$5.12; ac crued interest, $1.70. No. 5125 W. A. Cowley, Vol. 1, r. 53; Central Point, Pattisoil Art. I. Lot 1, 111k. 1 ; Lot ! 1, 2 iiml 4, Hlk. 2, $17.83; nrtuuod InteriM, $5.94. No. 5420 Anna A. Kmilh, Vol. 1, P. 51; Central l'oint, Patllson Add. Lot 1, Hlk. :i, $5.93; accrued inter cst, $1.!I7. No. 5427 Mary A. Mco, Vol. 1, P. 54; Central l'oint, Patllson Add. Lots 3 and 4, 1111; 3, $12.01; ac crued intcro.-t, $1.00. No. 512'' Win. A. Cowley, Vol. 1, T. 54; Central l'oint, I'ulll-oii Add. Lots 2 ond 0. Hlk. 3; Lois 1 and 2, !lk. 4; Lots 1. 2 mid 5. Hlk. 5, $32. 91; accrued Interest, $10.97. No. 5120.!. S. .1. F. I.awry, Vol. 1, r. 50; Central l'oint, Shields Add. Lot 1, Hlk. 3, 0.11 ; accrued Inter est, $2.00. Xo. f,420 W. A. Frhllnsng. Vol. 1, T. 57; Central l'oint. Land lies. 95 434, $3.51; a...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland weekly tidings. — 3 March 1920

PAGE EIGHT ASHXAXD WEEKLY TIDIXG3 MYiliiesilaj', March 3, 1020 l . i r I ; li. P 1 . p Add It. 5W. $7.44; accrued interest $2. IS. No. 5 S 0 0 Ilvdraulir Mining Co., Vol. 6. P. !'i; S'' . of SR',4 ol SEV Sec. 2, Twp. 37. li. 3V, J.I. HO; ac irmi i!:tT-st. J1.3i. No. f'M'1 ('. H KiKs el ill. Vol. r. P. !S; und. '.. till. E'a of XE'4 c nip. . sin. i: Twp. sr. k. :iv. J0.51 : ioi'Mii.l ii.iore-t. J:1. 17. No. 5MI lo'.'-a 1 .11 in lo r A Hot Co . Vol. (i. 1'. 1 .in: N c. in' NW, . Twp. :i7, .1 il ll'irs!. ; 5,s 12 Tr.il 1'": XIC, i 11. :iV, No. . 1'. Lumber f NW, NW',. $ 10. (m; Co., Vol. Svr. 25. Sit. 2(i. accrued i'wp. 37. li. 3W. i'i n it. svv. rest. I. !..!. No. 5.8 1 I - T i! Lumber Co. of XK'.,, See Vol. o. I' Twp I'i; N'1: 7. it 3W M 1.1!'; rueil lii- "3. llpp (',. llsolid.lt, il Mines. HU: SVi, of NW'.. Sn ;. II. ;:V. $14.75; accrued Tup. No 10 -H. Her. cti. WL, , of SV ' .1. T Hi o; Nll'i, i;. .;v. lridf Vol. li. I; :r. ol XU'i, - I . ST. li, WO. accrued inte.- ! . N W i i; :!V...

Publication Title: Ashland Weekly Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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