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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1919
IRON WORKS BUILDS GAVE BLOOD TO
"We are planning to get a contract' The Ashland Iron Works has com-! The transfusion of blood to Bave
to start grading on tha Dead Indian 1 pleted u motor and cultivator called ! the life of Orren DiU'ird, a 19-year-
MAY COIII M
John L. Ktherldge, who is the pres
ident of Morris Bros, of Portland and
One of the most Important changes
N OF WW
Sevaral of the leading churches
of the community are thinking serl-
I . . . .. I ... ..lav 11. a Ir.'jil.ir. 1 t I, a 11 .iu II W T.ii.lm. itt llrnno XT..,,. ' I.. . ......
road this winter or early spring, as the Downie Tractor r.nd cultivator! old hoy was performed at me suir ous.y cu...m...B - , '. , " " , " " Bilrs " 9'"llI'' onio-
.n ,M,hw ,,r,ii. .,,. v. p. ' nr . sitl firm. This machine is! Itarium a few days ago. The young! ship of the renowned evangelist, Dr. orlal church 1 or.land were visitors bile circles take place today.
Moore, one of the Moore brother, made from the design drawn by W. F. man had undergone a serious opor-j E. J. Hulgin, in a great evangelistic at Trinity church parish house yes- Two of the best known and most r the
who i. ,lPPtv invested In in. es- Downlc. manager of the Vnlled States' ation and was so weakened that his, campaign. The plan is 10 secuie me ie,..a een,..g comma ... ucnau 01 skillful mechanics in Southern Ore-
1 " ... it-. i . i nf oHhin- thu Arninrv nr thft tlio natimi wiiln niinniirn nr tha .. m.. a a i i i t.
tabllshing of a good ro:id in that dls- Iron Works of Seattle, who is in n was uespuireu ui u...e.s u m. - - - " " " . " - " " 'r. rercy o( California, here comes K H Mc-
.... . ... . .... Ummiv ,.f Mnnit nnntri hn i in nf used ' Chau laud ua building suita my neuieii, r.piscopai cnurcn. iney were ac- Ashcraft. hnvn tml IIV tulrmi full i i,. .
trict. A good road in that country Asiininti iry.iiK o.u uie new mu- . - . - - - busier, protestor of mechanics and
" cnurge a. .lie Harrison Bros. Ford astinimmv nf n, . ,
and Mrs. Mann a,.,l Urn Rev W. II. ,,. ...,.. ... . astionomy of the I Diversity of Or-
..... . ... . . ' .. U"B ,ne Sn, who claims this
iiniwii oimi wi.c. itiiiYiiis nioiippr niernan cr nr Asiihimi ia n
After people the country over hav.s
begun to make their final arrange
ments against the cnniinz nf ih ml
world, according to the state
ment Issued by a "sunspnt specialist"
. . I 1.. !.! f.. A....-.,. i 1..
will open up the greatest wood tor- chine, and if satisfactory will snip m "is euia. ri u.m ui.r.i.uu
rltory In the world, and all it will It Wednesday. The local foundry J F. E. Russell, a nurse at the Sani
need then Is men to gat out and cut has a contract to make 100 of these tarium. very heroically gave the
It. There are millions of cords of tractors to be used In orchards needed blood which was drawn from
wood In the Dead Indian country," around Spokane. It has a ten her veins into those of the sick boy.
Mr. Moore went on to .-tato, "enough horsepower engine and is fitted prin- Jn and Moxon performed the
to last Ashland a thousand years. Af- cIpMly with Ford parts so that it Is operation,
ter the wood famine this winter it practical to do all the work of a; -
wniii.i mom in,., tiio nnnr.tf. lii thin small farm. As soon as this mav "KKKP i.KA." IKILW
city would wako up to the fact that chine Is shipped others will undouht
a good road In that district Is one edly he built us rapidly as possible.
of the most crying needs of the
for the meetings.
"More than that, if the people In
the valley will Just get together and
work for this road to be graveled it
will muke the leading road to C'ra-
Cl'KK FOR fOXGKSTIOX
CLEVELAND, O. Cleveland Im
suffering acutely from congestion
and a clinic composed of public if
ficlals and traffic experts are plan-'
ning relief through a system of sub-
KOB lil'KAIi SCHOOLS ways, elevated lines or short tubes
The clean-up work done early In through the downtown district,
the year would not be complete were H. M. Ilrinkerlioff, representing a
over me campaign le-re and else- , tractor operator and sepair man
where they returned by unto to Med
lord, leaving ; very
sillll of their visit,
JAi'AX Dlt.AI TS "DRV" I5II.L
(Ily the I'nited Press)
TOKIO. ( I!y Mail ) Sorretary
Tai;o of the homo office s engaged
prophecy is all
bunk, and that there Is no need of
worrying over tim iiiromi t
and has been steadily at the auto- that have been foretold for the km,
mobile game as long as there have 0f this month when a number of
been automobiles. ,,. wi, C1)me ,n conjllnctio1
His thoroughness and all around 'There are always spots present
competency ore known all over Jack on the sun," 1'rof. McAllister says
son and Siskiyou countlei. Mr. Mor- "and although it Is true that the
lis Is also a specialist on Ford work planets will b in tho sepclfied po-
iiiiii 01 course win no a most valua- sitions it
iu ilniihtf hi :r ......ti i,...
. . , ..... i .... i... - V'... Vl, ali.aai.liin' ffi't.. la ,....L. In Hi-nrtli.r ,t H.v.ulln , ,,-..! I hi t l.t n .till ... ' u a 1
The Ashland branch of American n "oi ionoeu up oy somih means 01 - ........... ucqinsmon to Hie AslH;ind Ford or oilier disturbances could be
Red CroBs held Its annual meeting .keeping things in good condition, and ing the survey and municipal offl- that will he laid before tho forth- garage. caused."
at the Library, Friday evening, No-: certainly all of us agree that every cials expect to whip th data Into .coming session of the diet. The bill ,.on.y Aslieraft has a tnlendid rep- While the "sunspot specialist" doc.
vember 21. The following wep; scnooi suoum do Kepi in a cieau aim wmim .m .,,iaU,i , .u,n ......... , UJ uiaiion and following about Southern not actually foretell the destruction
.11.1 women un.ier t, year, ol Oregon and his reliability and me- of the world, he states that terrible
iii.iiioai sn.ni iiro.ioo wen Known to climatic disturbances ere due on D.
first time the govern- nwil 1U)y oominenl. Mr. Ashcruft s cember 17. wh earlhsa.ke- vol,.,.
recent fxiierlence as an officer In noes and floods. There i
S. navy has added finish ami talk of a comet hitting the earth'
tho Dead Indian territory."
Malta Commandery, Knights Temp
lar, held their annual election of of
ficers at their regular meeting la.-t
i..i.i ,n,,.in.. fr ti.o ensuing lien t condition. at a special election on February
Habits of pe-sonal cleanliness on l. it was believed any one or the
the part of the pupils should be a three ways of relieving congestion
part of the program of keeping up will ho approved.
When pupil t learn to keep Officials based their confidence
themselves neat and clean, they take for acceptance on the keen rivalry
more interest in helping to keep between the citizens of Cleveland
til) the things about them. and Detroit. This rivalry has e-
The following suggestions may ltP'l for ninny years. Detroit has
. L. . . . I. ..; . . ... ImnH n..ll...ln.r f,. .nn... Idi-m ,.l .,.,1.1
P It V-iimel 1 T! Mcflee and J D ne'P at luasi 10 mane uus important .t.iiniifi un bwu.v, umii m i.. in "
work more uniform: iraiisti ior a long iime wiino.ii sue- oe uiiunnig u.
1. The buildings may be kept In eess
ter Lake. We curried the special year: Mcsdames F. S. Engle, .vauuc
tax levy at the election in road (lis- Maxey, J. Edw. Thornton, S. B. Me
tric! No. 1. which means that from Nair, Frank Dickey, J. M. Wagner,
r. (inn tn 7.finn will he exnended on A. If. Pracht. Walter Everton, Ira a Bchttol
this road next year. Now, If the peo- Shondy, O. .Winter. Mary Whitney,
pie will only pull together this conn- P. K. Hammond, W. H. McN'alr, E.
try can soon have ft dandy road over V. Carter and Messrs. P. K. Ham
This is the
ineni ipis looked Willi lavor oil a tem-
eir to year by Neinolo, a member
of the diet, and an anient Christian.
mond, T. H. Simpson, E. V. Carter,
Mrs. Muxey gave a report of tho
work accomplished In the canteen
night. The following were chosen to department during tlu past year and
short talk on home
are the officers In
servo during the ensuing year: F. D
Wagner, eminent commander; W.
II. McN'alr, generalissimo; P. K.
Hammond, captain general; H. C.
Sparr, senior warden; W. H. John
son, of Jacksonville, junior warden.
E. V. Carter, treasurer; W. II. Day.
recorder. The Installation of these
new officers will take place the third
Wednesday In the month, December treasurer. Mrs. fieri. Eubanks
17, at which time an elaborate pro
gram will be given in connection with
tho installation ceremonies. .
good condition by following even portttnity to give the laugh
more closely than In the past few antomoblle city,
weeks the. "Rules for Rural School The cost of carrying out any t,n
Janitors," a copy of which was sent of the projects under discussion was
to each school at the beginning of estimated at around $21,(inii,0.)fl.
I.craiice measure, allboiigli similar the y
measures nave neen int roiiuceri irom tee hnlea ti-Minlncr tn ,! .,.. .. .1 ..
" w ..:iite-i " v me- u i.iottsaiit. t lltes more 1:1-
cellent reputation. Many changes ble to be killed hy an automobile
are taking place In the automobile than bv a comet " the rii-....,,.. .,...-
Tl"' 1 "r """" Hce has ttm.,, . in the Ford line perhnp ..mer states. "Comets have 'twice
is,..l the peers t. favor limiting Mla in any other, and greater than bumped Into the earth .-iihin tho i.r
ke. The bill prob- ,,VP1. ,., t)le ,ietnanils of hlL'h-in'ade ceal.irv ami ..,.,., ,i
Clevelanders recognize an on- ably will make an exception In case sc..vice for tho general Ford line '
to the of the lime-honored custom of drink- 1 M1,
Mi'; sake at wedding eermnnnlos,
M.idfor.1 broom factory has daily
output of 125 dozen.
charge of the Red Cross work for '"' l"K "n. iu-h iu
same be posted. 1 lie leaclier will 110
the coming year:
Chairman, P. K. Hammond; first
chairman, Mrs. J. M. Wagner; sec
ond chairman, Mrs. A. H. Pracht;
secretary. Mis. J. E.lw. Thornton;
well to read and talk over the rules
with the one in charge or the janitor
work, then Bhe should Insist upon
the rules being followed if It iu pos
sible to do so. The janitor work
WAR TORN BELGIUM
C. F. Damon and J. M. Ross were
badly hurt Tuesday afternoon by the r dark Path
mandant of canteen, Mrs. Maude c'''" 18 11,0 empnums. y K),vfll w. Hulling.'.'
Maxev; eivillm relief, Mr. T. H. . 2' considerable benefit to u.-niteil Press Staff Correspondent.)
Simpson; home rervlee department, themselves as well as to the school, YPIIES, Belgium. (Il.v Mail.)
Mrs. S. B. Mc.Vair; e.lucalional com- tlie I1""11'' "'' wel1 l)e encouraged AUh()U(,n small armies of men, most ly
mittee. Mrs. Frank Dickey; finance, ,0 tilke a 10re a(,'ive I,iirt kiel'- Cerman prisoners, have b-eu work-
breaking of the scaffolding on the
new cabinet shop which Mr. Dumoh
Is erecting on his lot on B street.
Both men fell to the ground when
the scaffold cn which they wore
standing gave way. It was thought at
first that Mr. Damon's left arm was
broken, but an X-ray t. ken yesterday
revealed the fact that- two small
The financial condition of the Ash
land branch of the American Red
Cross Is shown by the following re
Dec. 1, 11-18.
Balance on hand .
Sale of merchandise
ing the rooms attractive at all times.
They are usually glad to assist in
decorating the rooms. Certainly the
room that has the appearance of a
ing nearly a year, devastated Belgium
looks today just as barren and war
torn as when thearmibtke sent the
Cerman armies hurrying back into
barren jail would not likely be the (he (lili,.ince9 fl.om which they had
cause of the child cleaning his feet
after the play period, and If he is
Mctlin road from i,y Harrison Bros
So Immense is the reclamation task Vprcs 28 British tanks Me In one j,,g business.
$ 394.4S permitted to assist in the decoration Mon ,t , not noticeable that field, called the "Tank Cemetery."
, Me wn; se moie iiueiy to rememner . ..,,.,.kH,.a ....vp mil(1 iy Impres- Of many smaller villages not even
for the new station system, for The sale of the R,rl Cms. ...viia
the Ford trucks, for the Ford Sedan opens in Ashland today with Mrs. (I.
i nil coupe, ami next year It Is ru- N. Kramer, Mrs. C. W. Clint t in, Mrs.
mured t lie regular Ford agencies will A. A. Marske and Miss Milan In
have the Fordson tractor. Harrison charge, and will continue for two
Bros., appreciate these changing con- weeks with different ladies in
(lit ions and are preparing the very charge. To carry 011 this work re
best service possible ill every depart- M Hires 11 budget of JH.000 for 1920.
ment. Ninety per cent of this money stays
They have recently added a first in Oregon, the other 10 per cent de
class oxy-acetvleiu? welding plant, frays the cost of the soils and for
probably marked by a liltlo rain- dating the winter will Install the national publicity. Every person in
blackened woollen cross. Tho battle m(mt up-to-date buttery charging Ashland will be given an opportuiti-
.11":. is doited with these crosses plant, and at the opening of the next ' help ease the burden of the
the only epitaph on some being a run- season a lathe eitial to every de- tubercular subjects in Oregon, at thu
maud. Their vulcanizing plant Is 'ie time provide an attractive (loc
als.) uii.lerg.iing radical changes to- oration for their Christ mas pack
v.anls rapid perfect service. ages.
Other Improvements to be an-
nouncetl later will nearly double the At a meeting of the directors of
floor space now in use at the Ash- The Citizens' Bank of Ashland held
Ford garage, made necessary Tuesday, J. W. Millner was elected to
ty trench helmet. The "body snatch
ers" job is lo dig up the bodies, put
I hem in sacks, loo. and bring them
away for re-burial.
Wrecked tanks, wagons, trucks,
ammunition dumps, pill-boxes are
.icatlered up lo Ihe horizon. Four hind
miles down the
bones in the wrist were spread apart CI 1 r fs fil.83
instead of being broken. His in- Membership dues
Juries will lay him up for several p (n" masks
weeks, however. Mr. Ross sustained
bruises, but none of which are con
100.19 thl,n lf tl,e work 18 "" 1,01,6 b' the sion at all.
The Christmas Seal sale begins
this week and will continue until
Christmas. This has been an annual
event for the past 12 years. Ninety
per cent of the proceeds is kept right
here In Oregon to fight t lie great
white plague, the other 10 per cent
being used to defray the cost of the
seals and for national publicity.
Jackson county is well organized.
In the rural districts the schools are
to conduct the sale of the seals. In
Ashland a group of the most promi
nent women will offer the seals from
booths In the local stores. The wom
en In charge of the sale are Mes
dnmes Maxey, E. II. Bush, Frank
Dickey, Choate, Kramer, Engle, Cur
ry, Whitney, W." II. McNair, J." II.
Provost, J. II. Mcflee. Perozz.i, S. Mc
Nair. These women are to be assist
ed hy others.
The booth sale will open Thurs
day with Mrs. G. W. Kramer In
charge at the postoffice. Every let
ter nnd package sent away should
have the pretty Christmas seals
stamped on them carrying their mes
sages of good cheer to the receiver
and help to the unfortunate.
Christmas roll call
Ashland patriotic fund
Sale badges . . :
1. 57)0. 09
Remitted to Jackson county
chapter $ 993.54
Remitted to Talent 35.00
Remitted to Phoenix . ... . (10.50
Remitted to N. W. Div.
A. It. C 1C4.00
Mrlse. and supplies 09.011
Canteen Dopt 700.00
Civilian Relief 403.30
Hospital Bnrvlco 210.39
3. A pupil's desk is bis little home
and he should be responsible for
keeping it comfortable and neat
neat enough to be seen by his neigh
bors or anyone else visiting the school
or who may happen to call upon him.
A competition by individuals, by
rows of students or by aisles may be
instituted by the leaclier and pupils.
Often the results of such a competi
tion are very desirable.
4. The county nurse has urged
in a number of schools that the pu
pils form the habit of always wash
ing their hands and faces before eat-
tbe ruins remain, the walls having
reduced to stone-
I i;i: MOTHER HAS
1 ' 1IFU vstii nmTiintv
( By the I'liiterl Press)
LONDON. Qiieen-Mother Alexun-
fill tho vacancy on the hoard caused
by the death of II. F. I'obland. Mr.
Millner came to Ashland from Iowa
in 1910, and has made this his huire
tor tho past nine years. Ho has ta
ken 1111 active part iu Hie business
anil farming interests of the com-
Vnre Itself, n collection of ruins, long since been
has hardly been touched. The de- dust.
bris has been swept from the streets. in tne oiri tiiaciiiiiceni roiests up (.p.,,1,,.,,,,,,1 ,,er 75th birthday muuity, us well as in church circles,
and a lean-to-station put up near the Ihe railroad there are only occasional M,.IV limi in honor of the event and has become well known ns a
site of the old. A few restaurants naked tree-stems, with 11 few leafless !,,,., worn fil.(,(1 at 1l)on , Rt ,n f t,o highest standing, and
have been re-opened for tourists and branches. There is no living tree j.llnn(1. .,.,,. j,,,,,,,,,, nml t wind- of recognized enterprise ami ability.
relatives of fallen soldiers visiting for miles and miles. Cerman gas
tho zone. ,lit
A small gauntlet of postal-card The old inferno of sound has Re
sellers and curio venders rorma reg- en place lo a more terrible silence
ularly outside the station a few min- n silence unbroken by living crei
utes before train time Several llv- tiire. No birds, no moving things
eryinen and parage owners do a fine in the grass, nothing but the uhsn
business driving sight seers over the lute silence of a man-made desert,
battlefields. From the nrrictilturul point of
nut minus these Vim's is today as. view, Hie country is years in the fil
ing lunch at noon. His request is , . 1(),a ltnre. Everv stiuarc foot must be lev-
To the east, south nnd north eled nnd restored. Only here, thy
Bui. on hand Nov. 30, 1 919 979.91
THOROLI), Out. What engineers
believe is 1111 ancient Niagara Falls,
which has been buried for thousands
of years, has been uncovered here
during the course of excavations for
tile new Welland ship canal.
The "skeleton" of this great pre
historic cataract, according to en
gineers in charge of construction,
a very commendable one. In addi
tion to the fact that children should
learn to have their faces and hands
clean before eating, to put such u
thing into practice in every school
would be of Inestimable value In
teaching goorl health habits.
. 5. The sanitation requirement for
a standard school offers a well de
fined unit of work which links nice
ly with this program for cleanliness.
Most of the Fchools are complying
with the requirement. A hundred
per cent record Ui this regard would
be n thing to be proud of and a thing
not impossible for us to attain.
It is hoped that these suggestions
may be useful in forming a general
constructive "Keep-Clean" program
in our rural schools.
Signed) R. E. MORRIS, j
Rural School Supvr.
G. W. ACER,
County Schol Supt.
sor. Flags were flown on nil gov-, He is a desirable addition to the di
rectorate, and Ihe banit Is to ho con
gratulated upon acquiring his ser
vices. At the same meeting J. P. Dodge
was advanced from the position of
vice-president which he has held for
the past four years to that of presi
dent. Mr. Dorlge has been on the
visPors. There board of directors since the organi
humble callers, zat ion of the hank, and his elevation
eminent buildings. At Marlborough
House, the queen-mother's .on.!. ill
residence, there was a constant
stream of distinguished Cillers de
sirous of signing the visitors' book
and tendering birthday congratula
tions. King George and Queen Mary
nnd the other members nf the royal
family were early
were also inanv
stretches an ugly, shell-chopped life
less terrain, where gangs of "body
Biiatchers" (the Tommy's name for
grave hunters) are still wandering.
Now and then, iu some out-of-tbo
way, grass-stuffed crater they still
find a weather-soaked uniform, gray
of khaki, with a human skeleton In
side it. They gather the bones to
gether in a sack and carry them back water to spiva.l
to headquarteis. countryside and
undertaking is infinitely more diffi
cult. Any moment il.e workman
may run inln an uiii'Xrlod.'d shell or
hidden death trap.
Every farm will have to be equip
ped with a complete new drainage
system. The old pipes were ripped
out during the early part of the
bombardment, allowing the waste
out over Ihe flat
collect in ilopros-
whose offerings of flowers and sltnl- to the position of president comes in
lar small gifts proved passports recognition of bis years of meritor
Ihroiiuh the cordon of police nnd Ions service ns vice-president anil di
mililary gentries. rector. The new position will not 110-
Froni the day of her arrival here eessllate any rearrangement of his
to marry the late King Edward In personal affairs, the office being an
lSO'l, the Danish princess of whom Inactive one, and he will continue to
Tennyson wrote his "Sea-Kings devote the principal part of his time
Or, they find a forgotten grave, sions.
Daughter From Over the Sea" est ib
Ib ho.l herself In the a flections of her
adopted country and is probably Ihe
most revered woman In England today.
and attention to the turnitiire and
undertaking business, and ,to his
farming Interests as heretofore.
C. B, l.umkln was elected vice
president to fill the vacancy In that
WOOIM'llOlTlV.i jl ltOl'.X WATFR PII'KS
LOS ANGELES. Calif. In t roil 11c-f Wl NT Kit IlltH HAZARD
Ing wood-splitting, king of outdoor I A. O. Barber, the stale fire mar
sports, successor to golf as n waist ' hIiiiI. in his recent issue of the Fire
Students of the University or Or
egon will unite in raising during the
Christmas vacation $.'10,000 neces
sary for the completion of the wom
en's building. This is the largest was fully Bs wirto n,,(1 Probably had TO ('((OPERATE IX STl'DV
nmount of money ever attempted to a KreatPr 'all than the present NI- op DESTRUCTIVE PESTS
be raised by the university students, 8Rara Fa,,s- j OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL-
but they are rallying to the cause. Tlie first indications of the for-' LEGE, Corvallis A co-operative ar-
The Greater Oregon committee with "ler l''iarnci came 10 jignt when rangement for Investigational work
line reducer and the newest fad of
the wealthy tourist.
D. M. Llnnard. malinger of n
string of California tourist hotels,
sponsors the sport.
Llnnard has inslall-1 at his hotels
Marshal's Bulletin, gives many per
tinent suggestions for the ronsorva-
Tlme seems to have almost passed Position. Mayor Lanikln has been
by from all outward appearances for exceedingly ucfivo Iu all matters or
even at her present great age, Ihe public Interest since be came id
queen-mother Is a strikingly boa.itl- Ashland ten years ago, and Is well
fill woman, and still looks years and favorably known by a very large
younger than her daughters. Of late, per cent of the people of Ashland
however, she has hail to use a stick vicinity. His many friends will
tion of Oregon lives and Oregon when walking and cannot take much pleased to learn of this mark of
property by tho means of fire pre
vention and safely first, In which lie
asks the full co-operation of the slate
In Santa Barbara and Pasadena just to make Oregon fireproof. Among
these suggestions Is (lie following:
Many winter fires are caused by
a common, old-fashioned woodpile,
well equipped with axes of various
weights and not too sharp.
Guests are welcome to chop to their
exercise. Otherwise Iter health con- re-ognition of Ills steiling qualities.
Unties fairly good.
1 North Bond Citizens start cam
Standard Oil company building pnlgn of $1,250,000 county road
large distributing plant at Vale. bonds.
w..TirilcaU,'ml',s '" ,h""r ,r,m'B aa-ay
to furnish all the wood they want.
Leith Abbott of Ashland as chairmen women uncovered a series of ledges between the bureau of entomology ,,e,"',R' I-I'"'''l ' wWlne
has selected students in all the ln ,ne Iorm 01 Rtpl"1 w'"i a total, ut Washington, D. C. and the de
towns of the state who will assist (IroD ot 25 feet an(l width of 400 partment of entomology of the Ore
In the organization work. The stu- u'et The rock from this point sloped ROn Agricultural college has been
dents chosen from Ashland are Miss fllarldy and at a distance of about ; arranged. Investigation work is nn
Fern Murphy and Meredith Beaver. 100 ,eet from the fi"d of (he ledges dor way at two points in Oregon.
showed a depth ot 75 feet. Here was The federal station was organized
AVIATORS ANXIOUS TO RETURN discovered what is believed to have n 1914 at Forest Grove. L. P. Lock
ROSEBURG. The air service men been the main precipice over which WOod is in charge working with for
who were stationed in western Ore- the rushing wcter plunged hundreds ,;,, an, cereal Insects. M. A. Yoth
gon on duty with the aerial forest of feet to Its bed below. ,,,.H Is working the codling moth con-
patrol during the past summer, are The surfneo of tho rock showed trol at the Medford station estnb-
A burning match, torch or open
flame of any description should
The sport Is popular. Henry Ford "'vr be employed lor Mils purpose, m
was responsible for its Introduction , "'"i" 11,0 ."" "
In Southern California. When he' rags and set them on fire is worse
was here last winter he and his than folly; it Is lii.'eihlinrisiii. jpj
son. Edsel. seldom nissed a day ''ipes are almost invariably adja- irj
without an hour at the woodpile. fent to walls or partitions where
At Santa Barbara it was wills- there Is an ascending current of air jej
pered thai William G. McAdoo raised
hand at the
anxious to return next year to again unmistakable signs ot having been Ijshed in 1916
take up the work, according to Leo worn smooth by the action of water Since a recent visit in Oregon by
Pevuney, who visited Rt Mather rushing over It for countless years. : working with the college department r(ony for at least a few weeks when
Field on nis recent trip to California. there Is nothing In history that of which Prof. A. L. Lovett is in
He had a talk with Lieutenant Goldu- mentions this former cataract, but r.'r W R Walton chief of tho divis-
borcigh, who told of his experiences experts believe It once formed the ion of cereal and forage Insects of n,lt "
to feed and spread .1 flame. Kveii
if tlie flame does not start u fire
ils sudden local beat may cause
pipe to break and flood Ihe premises LQl
with water. if
Wj'ap the (ro7.cn section of the S
he gets a real vacation, have a tree, pipe with cotton cloth and pour hot. Jc
all selected for him to demolish, water upon it (even if the bot wu-
a callous on bis rlglr
woodpile last winter.
Native Santa Barbarans. who ex
pect President Wilson to Join their
I.innnrd who has ter must be obtained from a neUh-
on the trans-contineril: 1 flight when chief link between Lake Erie and the bureau of entomology at Wash- brought wood-splitting to the masses bur) until Ihe Ire in tho pipe gives jiij
the airplane in which he was a pas- Lake Ontario. Eight Mile Creek, a nKton. D. C, the station has been that ' the masses of tourists. way. Rags on the floor at the base jj
senger crashed Into i mountain Li small stream, now flows over part of been formed with the cooperation of "Theodore Roosevelt Inspired the or or under the pipo will absorb the ijS
ttjuiuuift uuiins a Buunaiuriu un.i :oinse ui i ne prenisinnc water- charge. The cooperative bureau has i,u;, innieni mi ii-i. n" n- - ipj
killed the pilot, Lieutenant Wales, way, and this In turn will soon be- federal nnd state entomologists. lieved wood-chopping the best of ex- severe to yield to this treatment E
He also saw Private McGinn, who was come the new ship canal. : crclse and a heap of fun us well. ' fend for a plumber. fP
In the airplane wreck near Medford . . j The bureau of census is a part of Reputable plumberj always avoid p
In which Lieutenant Webb was killed., Pendleton. Forty-three pieces of , the department of commerce. It was BERLIN. Marriage Is being com- running water pipes along outside p
He has fully recovered from his in- new construction, ranging from established as a permanent bure;.u In mercialiied. Reports shows that wall where it is possible to do so li
juries. Mr. Devaney while there houses costini? $3000 to flour mill H02. Prior to that time the census weddings there are now accompanied Property owners when building iS
took a long flight in a Dellaviland, nnd Elks temple to exceed $100,000 work was done by a temporary Of- by a public marriage ball at so much should look out for this. It may j
which he piloted, reaching an altl- In cost, in process of construction ganization known as the census of- per admission, plus a I'beral wedding some time save thetn money and vex- K,
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