Ashland daily tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1919-1970, August 21, 1926, Page 2, Image 2

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«t h p repd to ru in hue ho « M de­
tours to HOF y ° u downt
Weeds that grow In the row ar j
the pnee f h f t p a k e ty f moat
Human nature works through
the heart rather than through the
W e don’t recognise how Idiotic
e style fe until a fter It goes opt.
ia « « y itself.
Idn, per 8 point line
juent Insertion, 8 point Une
ts, where an admission charge to made or a
be allowed Religious or Benevolent Orders,
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haritiea or otherwise will be made in ndvertls-
pur contributions w ill be in cash.
l i automobile associations would take the same inter­
est in educating automobile drivers in safe practices, as
the railroads take in thus educating their employes, auto­
mobile travel would lie safer and more pleasant, and there
would be fewer auto acoideuts ou the highway and at rail­
way grade crossings.
On the Southern Pacific, which is a typical western
r<»ad, a passenger may travel on its tram s a distanoe
equivalent to 340,000 times around the world without
danger of loss of life in steam train accident.
On tile
Southern Pacific in 1925, more than 5,000,000 man-hours
were worked for each employe killed on duty. While this
is the best record made by any pf the large railway sys­
tems of the United States having more than 100,(MV work
ing man-hours for the year, there were others almost as
Na» «enrice W rite r
W A SHING TO N — I f Secretary
This shows what systematic safety work means in
of Commerce Hoover ever becomes
tho prevention of accidents.
president, we know to advance
Instead of advocating grade changes, which would Just what kind of a government
bufiden the people with taxes, and thou only take care of we ll h av s.~
I t w ill be ex*ctly~thlHrtfl{f"we
less than 10 per cent of the total auto accidents—for
records show that .more than 9Q per cent ocqy; at street) have now.
-ntersections and elsewhere ou
situ­ I t ’s no secret in Washington
ation would be much bettor cared for and at little ex- that Hoover, subject to Presi­
dent Coolidge, has more than any
)>ense, if auto associations would emulate the .example other
one man to say concerning
set by the railroads, and establish a Safety Section to the present administration's pol-
deal with earplessoes and educate auto drivers in safe Ictos.
practices, as the railroad« have educated their employes', I In effect, he's prime minister.
PUly (ijfferwiee. So, by observ­
ing this sdmlpistratlon, we learn
what Hoover’s ideal .of an ad-’
ministration Is, i t ’s a fa ir con
clnslon that, In the W hite House
himself, be’4 duplicate it.
MOVSI O jR u /i D iO J
MOO R tA U M G E T i
a m offer p F
Some folks pet as jnqeh sstlsfsc-
tlon out o f parading their ak'to*
fortunes as others do 'by ¿rag*(ng
pf theiy ancestors.
' )
He* Heck w n ; "The doctor’s
main job (e helpin’ fo lp * get rid
o’ whet they pap’t swelter.”
had brought
eM y ith th e » .
Ohtfoiffh T I M * * ”
carrying Increased passenger lists.
Such Ig the But
Ip vhlcb thg In the
W coun-
e T W F«t caitobt up wKb
men experienced
yellow god has fortified hlmgeU your w o r| ypo peed another va­
ry say that thg gtopy of t>« «aja-
In this new X I Dorado. Despite cation.
ma field Will be tba'seme-gs » a n y
official warnings of the difficulties
»there where natgfg hpe bldde«
ahead, many, >er
gold f r « adventpr-
« men— a spury
of gayg got , expenses.
pra hkve already M t put to woe
rhlteaing boBapagd Hl-rewgrd
B«»t w e pi-
gu pgp’t (toe on fish we
forf|u|a to t«|a
art. « » « warld.
I t Isn’t in his own department
alone that Hopvgy’s interested.
H e’s interested in the whole ma­
chinery of government.
H e ’s the fath er or the Cpolldgc
policy of reorganization, simplifi­
cation and reduction of govern­
mental personnel— the consolida­
tion ofbureaus, the pruning out
of all superfluous divisions, fii'J
accomplishment of more wor’t
w ith sm aller ptaffB.
Economy and-tax reduction an
near to his heart.
A "business adm lijistration"-
that was his notion from th<
first, even in President H arding’i
iey, and
The field to situated la a dis- !
rict which has more than BOO i
aches of ra in fa ll a year, Malaria. ’
irtontry end worst of all, the j
reeded blackw ater fever, play i
ayoc with travelers who venture
Ito Jts sreg. - The n atives grp the
lercest in the whole of New Ghi-
Economical ftrqniporigticn
ea, and hay® to Jfft come under
>e spell of tl)S wt>Ue man’s ^>U ir J
Tppis, stores, and seen food,
rery ounce of it, harp f t * » M *
ed ovsr a serried range of high
ity on Stage
Is Now Obsolete
7»x Jusr kc / xap A
/ Aqpu-r hour 1
pb COWGRAlbLAlfe
A K°O<1 repu|ptlon peed* mo»«
watching than anything pipe I can
think of today.
Already shipments of gold iro n
th s p e p f|9id
¡ T r i p * at «fd -
. Now, a strong prime minister
I who’s fu lly trusted and much de­
pended- on by the potentate ha
serves, can run a government
Few people realize bow important a factor are onr about aa he seas fit.
schools in the prosperity and growth of a. community— T h at’s the oase w ith Secretary
Hoover. Nominally he only gives
purely a commercial viewpoint. We measure the product® advice, but where advice always is
of our schools in terms of their educational value, their accepted and acted on as the ad­
moral influence, their part in developing a better citizen­ visor suggests, it amounts practic­
ship, their work in equipping o'ur hoys and girls to meet ally to the actual shaping of the
ths latter favors.
the problems of life. These products are of first import ! course
Hoover's advice “gems” with
ance and it is a wholesome condition that they are so the president
stressed. However, we often overlook the fact that a com­ As president, he’d act. As sec- B E R L IN , ( U P ) - — Gar many’s
munity without a good school may be not only lacking in ratary of commerce, be advises musical comedicg aod girl ebows
these essential elements hut likely to 1>€ equally as far and the president acts. T h at’s the are to be characterized by leas
nudity and more intelligence, ac-
behind in material progress.
Whn the time comes for a family to ebafige its resi­
dence, a location accessible to a well organized school is
of first concern. This rs true in rural as well as pity
movements. Real estate values are affected by proximity
to the schools. A good school will surround itself with
a population of iudustrimis families; families whose wants
must he supplied, who build up church memberships and
who establish community centers.
Attention is called to this phase of school influence,
an influence that builds up the business welfare of a dis­
trict as well as leading in (lie mental and moral develop­
ment of its youth. A substantial, sightly and well-oquip-
j»ed school, manned by u teacher or teachers of person­
ality and power, witli adequate facilities for study and
play, is a source of pride,, a worthy asset to a rural dis­
trict or town. Such a school atmosphere make® for sta­
bility in Hi« property surroundings, increasing ¡and values
thrruigJi its. influence ou the character und desirability of
the neighborhood.
Wc have the testimony of a former uabinot nn-mlwr
who has sunl that uiubitiotis citizens will go where cduca- *
lion n » y l»e had jfpr their children. The same poiqt is
euiphasiZfxl in the story yf another proipinent American
who tells of his father’s leaving thq Vackwoods of the '
monntauis because there were available hut throe months
of school. “ My father packed our belongingsdn a cov­
ered wagon, ” bp relates, “ and went, to-a new state—and
we moved out pfn three m ouths’ school into a nine months’
bta, ^.da Ip
wH* ^ p ^ a in|W f c o u it p i^ j r ^ b d
Sallmoa. Four centuries'ago Al-
R * t o « r» A M >1» hardy
“P M V 1 W W
HHJ»f frpm ths
w a U tt eoast of Maxi», Misted
along the northerh sh ores of New
° “ineh> *>»d ||F e to the cqpntry
tbs n^njc htfj dq, pro dslgad Of
Gold). It is claimed pow that tor
the fifst
t in e ' the name la to
onntataa from the psaboard. The
eld Itos but IS miles from tpe
»erest port, se tbs bird flies, bnt
ose IS miles ere converted into
any more by the rough untamed
iture of the country. I t tak?s
a fully-laden native carrier— the
1 only method of transport— seven
‘{-or eight days to travel tlipse few
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