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ASHLAND WEEKLY. TIDINGS
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ASHLAND. ORfijOON, W B ON RT) Y, .1 ANUA RY.2 1 , 1920
PORTLAND. Stands of 15,620,
000 feet of government timber will
be Bold at public miction to tbe high
est bidden) ut the United States land
office, in Portland, January 27 ut
10 a. m. The timber Is described
us being In the following localities:
III section 21, township 4 south,
range 1 cast, 4,000,000 feet of fir, ut
u minimum price of $1.75 a thousand
feut; in section 33, same township
anil range, 1,580,000 feet of fir und
25,000 feet of cedar, at $1.50 min
imum; in section 23, township 2
south, range 4 cast, 1,050,000 of fir
und 30,000 feet of cedar, ut $2.00
minimum or both lots; in section 29,
same township and range, 710,000
feet of fir, ut $3.00. in section 19,
township 2 gouth, range 5 east,
5,875,000 feet or fir, ut $1.25, und
770,000 feet of hemlock und 330,000
foet of cedar, ut 50 cents minimum;
in section 31, township 3 south, ran go
0 east, C50.000 feet of fir, at $1.25
u thousand feet minimum. The tim
ber described ns in township 4 south,
range 1 east, is In western Clacka
mas county iniil the other locations
stated tire within the drainage of
Hull Hun river.
The navies of the future may con
sist of treat battleshi) which .sail
und put up fiKlit beneath the sea.
Naval experts both in the I'nited
States ard Europe are disc-utsim:
plans fur these supergiunt siibmur
ines. It is now practicable, lh"y s.iy,
to build them us le.re as our pres
ent dreHdnauehls to cany great gun
of many miles rniiC which can bat
ter down a gieal fort or sink tin:
nio.it heavily armored ship. Such
craft promise to work a revolu'ion
In warfare since they could submenu
and pass any t'prt without being seen,
i Boys- Liie lor January.
(Hy Edwin Ft-ir-er.)
Verne Blue of Ashlv.nd held some
of the hirhest grade:! in the uni.ei
Bity la-t term when he re.-eived 1:'
hours "H" and I "S." "H" stand.,
for Honor and is e'luivaleut to I" -tween
95 and 100 lii r cent, and "S"
is for Siijierlor, only a slndo lower
In the grade scale than ' II." Mr.
Blue is a major in III,' school of ed
ucation. Peter Spencer, also of Ash
land and majoring in education re
ceived 8 hours "11" and 5 "S."
Among tho women with hi;'h mail;',
was Lilly Poley of Ashland with 15
hours straight "S."
As u result of the holiday drive
for funds for the women's building.
Wilbur Carl, chairman of the .stu
dents' commit lee, announced that
$UIMI0 had been obtained.
The dills' Olee club of the univer
sity is making arran ;eniei;ts for a
trip through Southern Oregon dur
ing the spring vacation. This trip
was to have been taken duiiu;:
Christmas vacation but was postponed
on account of the had weather. The
club will probably sing at Mndford,;
Ashland, dv.nts Pass and Khynath
Falls during tho trip.
Orvin Buinetl is one of the men
fnuii the It. O. T. C. unit who has
been detailed for Instruction in the
use of the Browning automatic ri
fle for the period ending January i
Dean Elizabeth Fox will make a
tour of tho state, starting January
17, in' behalf of the. educational and
financial program which the Y. W.
C. A. Is now forwarding. She will
probably speak in several Southern'
Oregon towns including Ashland and
Fifty-six students in the university
made all II and S grades during the
fall term, uccording to the records
Just made up in the registrar's of
fice. Thirty of tho leading students
ore men and iti women, apparently
giving the men a slight lead in schol
arship; but the enrollment of wom
en is only 8 per cent that of the
men, making the girls' showing a
trifle the better. The 56 make tip
the largest total of all S and II stu
dents in the history of the university.
The total in the second term of last
year was 45, which, however, was a
larger percentage of the whole num
ber enrolled than Is the 50 this year.
In the university grading system, H
Btiinds for honor, the highest possi
ble grade, equivalent to between 95
end 100 per cent, and S for superior,
only a shade lower in the scale.
til Lie tt it'i' inji nun menu; lllKll
marks were the following from Ash
land: George V. Blue, freshman in edu
cation, 12 hours, II. 4, S.
Peter Spencer, Junior in education,
S II, 5S. '
Lilly M. Poley, freshman In Eng
lish literature. 15 S.
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NAVY WILL PISE
Good This Winter
"Never have I known the roads to
be in as good condition at the time
of the year us they are at present,"
remarked Churles. Robertson, who
returned a few daya ago from Red-
ding. Mr. Robertson is planning on
going Into California shortly to set
tle, and wanted to take his automo
bile down over the mountains be
fore rains set In to render the going
"We made the trip to Redding in
j eight hours," Mr. Robertson con
' tinued. "Over the mountuln It was
' pretty cold, but the scenery was beau
1 tlful with the snow on the summits.
1 Ah we pot farther down In the val
' ley the weather was like May. Birds
! wero sini'ing and the most delightful
balmy air prevailed.
! "This time a year ago tho roads
were utterly Impassable. Much Is
j due to the work on the Pacific hlgh
jway where the construction program
wns carried on last year over the
; worst stretches. Hut In spile of the
i heavy snow that fell last month the
I roads have dried off In a remarka
ble decree and are In elegant shape
for aulomoblling all the way into
I A I?.... 11. ...a.... rinr.nnpnll,.A Cv.
change composed of the farmers of
Jackson and Josephine counties was
organized this week. It Is incorpo
rated according to th state laws of
Oregon, und any farmer In Jackson
or Josephine county who Is a mem
ber of the Farm Bureau may become
n member of the exchange hy paying
a membership fee of $5, which will
entitle him to full membership In the
Exchange us long as he Is a member
of the Farm Bureau in good stand
ing. .The business of the Exchange will
ho confined chiefly to the members
of tho Farm niireau, but furmers
1 who are not members and who wish
t to trans'ict business with the Ex
change will be charged a smull com
mission consistent with the type of
The following men were elected as
directors of the Exchange: Ceorge A.
Mansflcl. Prospect! D. M. Lowe, Tal
ent; W. B. Lindsey, C, rants Pass. The
mull ojre of the Exchange will be
in the county agent's office for the
present, and farmers wishing Infor
mation on this subject will obtain
same by calling at the county agent's
(By Lynn D. Mowat.)
Ashland high sellout has turned
out some fast baukethall teams, teams
which have made the best of the rp
stcte teams look rick. Your old fan
usually is much In evidence after the
games of recent years with some such
remark us "Yell, the boys put up a
good game tonight, but you ought
'a seen the umpty-Minp team the
year they cleaned u;i tho state cham
pionship." After seeing the 1920
Ashland high ganj trim the fast Con-
: tr; I Point alumni team out ut high
school gym last night, we are willing:
to venture the opinion that in years !
to come it will be flio 1920 tcamj
to which old fan refers. If the ag-j
! gro;:ntion that is wearing the red and.
white this year doesn't cuf a wido
s-.vath in state baaektba.l circles the
.writer Is going to runt up the iel-
low that predicted the end of the
wa:d l and start a mis taken prophet's
The Central Point team is com-!
posed of stars of former years in;
that town of basketball r.lijrs und
came up hero with the reputation of
being better than lilt.li school class.
In fact In an early season game they j
stepped all over the Medford hi,';li
team on the Medford floor.. And;
they did put up a fast brand of tas-i
kr.tbi'il but the Ashlanders sim'.dyj
played rings around them. The lo-;
cnls showed mid-seasnn form j
throughout the first half and with
the advantage of another month's
hf.rd work Bhould develop Into as
pretty a machine as ever represent
ed the red and white. Notice Is
hereby served on the Ashland pub-j
lie, who in past years have shown
their appreciation of really top-1
notch basketball, that the real stuff
is being served agrin at the old
stand and that nil the thrills of
watching a team that Is a team can
be had by taking In the next game.!
The score? Cot so blamed Inter-;
ostodlw enthusing over the prospectsl
for some real niixs in tho future
that the fact that you readers are
probably interested In the score, j
nearly escaped unnoticed. The score!
was 31 to 9 with Ashland, of course,
on the long end. j
It wasn't a one sided rn e by a
long shot but was hard fought from!
start to finish. The Ashlanders ;
were there In the pinches, that was
all. It was hardly one of these "ex-j
case me for mussing your hair"
games, and In fact went at such a
terrific pace as to verge on rough-'
ness along toward the last, but was
cleanly played throughout. Referee
Hall handled the boyj well.
Looking over the games of past
years, we will venture the opinion
that two-thirds of the few games fliat
were lost, went overboard because
Ashland lacked a reliable foul
thrower jn nek Bryant, this year's
Declaring that Injuries received j The Warrent Hunt hospital, which practically $250,000 worth of Block ar- according to the latest report
during the period of childhood have according to local physicians, will be subscribed articles of incorporation f'om tne ottice ot tlle "eKlHtrur, H. M.
a direct Influence. upon the Individ-j ono of tho best equipped lnstitu- were drawn here for a company which ' Tennant. Exclusive of short course
ual's life in the production of disease; tlons of t lie kind in this section, is1 will build a sanitoriuin near this city, students the enrollment of 32S5 in
. l. ,,.. ni,iur nnrt flint ouch dis-' ,. iin ,r .,,i. ut.. tion und u-iii i,a .,,. The miners will lu rilixl nt K.,io, i,i. eluding 2878 persons of collegiate
leases can be prevented by correcting
the effects of the strained muscles cording to present plans. The struc-
and injured tissues, Dr. S. C. Ed-, ture is of three stories, of pressed
mlston, of Los Angeles, delivered an i,rirk mid tile construction and will
interesting address In "One Sided! cost $100,000.
Labor as a Cause of Disease" before Tne erection of the hospital is
the Ashland district osteopaths yes-! looked upon as in keeping with the
terdnyat their clinic rooms at Dr. ! reCent progrum of Klamath Kails
c 1... , I.., A..m,i ,,. ,..
" .. ..
The osteopaths of the vaney re-
port a splendid meeting here Sun-
day, with all members in attendance.
Dr. S. C. Edmiston Is a live wire and
gave the doctors a real treat, und the
patients who were the cllntlcs were'
Development of a method of utiliz -
ing whey us a human food is the oh- (.om tlie city imlts t0 the California
ject of work now in progress in the; 1)ne Whlle the big snow of Decent
Bureau oL-Anlmal Industry, rnlted'ber n caufled matters to lie down
States Department of Agriculture. It I 0I1 the Job for 8 8h0rt time, especial
is thought probable that whey repre- )y 01l the 8Ummit of the mountain
.,nlu .. umnlali l-.l 1..U., nt 1 lm . .. . .1 ..........
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than skim milk which now has be-
como an Important by-product in the
dairy industry because Its feeding
value is not generally recognized.
Cheeses have been made from
whey, but the demand for them has
been limited. The use of these
cheeses might be extended If their
vnlno for enoklnff rnnld he hrmiBht
to the attention of housekeepers
Investigations of the use of whey
solids as poultry feed also have been
'.,;.i....i.i ,nft.i, i,"n i.D Hnua
Considerable work has been done
on the development of casein for use.
in waterprooi giue, anu a casein or
low ash and acid has already been
a .tt,n,i nr,,m,iei.,D-e.,nin fmn,
A method of producing casein fioni
, buttermilk is also being worked out.
, By use of a splvent to extract the fat
;from the buttermilk, small lots of
casein have been made, and this pro- r (g t() found east of the city lllilC(i 011 Anderson creek, has pur
duct was found to be ot eeneral good . ..' chased the property of (i. W. Morse
duct was found to be ot general good
quality and low in fat and ash, but
it had the objection of dissolving
FOREST GROVE. New machi
nery to be Installed In local cannery.
Will double capacity.
SALEM.--Sixty-flve car.loads ap-
pie cider ordered by New York firm
. . d.o. rn
from PreZ .C0, "iJ-i
team has a real point-getter from
the foul line as well as from most
. . fi. ,1.1
r " "I
leneii seven ui nine .nca no,,.
foul line. He is the most clever man
of the outfit with an uncanny eye
fnr tho hasket and remarkah c sneed
and cleverness In floor work. Much
of ftie same build as Grisez of the
1916 team, he bids fair to develop
Into a better all-around man. He
secured five field goals but permit
ted his guard to go up and toss a
couple. Provost, at right forward
is a hard worker and follows up
every shot. He scored 'two baskets,
These two lads, both weighing over
IfiO. will deliver hiue gobs of trou-1
ble to opposing guards later in the
"Jazz" McMillan, at center, out-! most feasible solution of the question T,u1.i.(').,y vi8,tllIB ,,er daughter, Mrs.; The bank has continued to handle
jumped Mayficld ot Centrul Point coming from the war workers them- (,,.t ,.OI.,Hr n,i family. i(g Share of the government's busl-
and was the starting point for the pelves. . I Mrs. Dug Stedmait ' PJJ!J ness free of cost to both tho gov-
machine like plays of the locals. He' The women's committee consists iXtv m,ni und .he Individual pur
ls a rattling good basket shot and of Mrs. Nina Larrey Duryea, head 1el(t,VP!,; , chasers ot bonds and certificates,
from the higher altitudes in which of the Duryea War Relief; Mrs. Jules Miss j,etha Paster wns down from The officers ot tho bank have,
he rambles, dropped five Into the j S. Bache, decorated by King Albert Ashland Saturday and Sunday visit- eV(m (lm,.ng glu(;k continued
Ashland iron ring. ' j for her work abroad; Miss Gertrude ing with her grandmother, Mrs. John collI.1((ince n (hp
Young at guard was the "find" ,
of the evening and surprised even :
hls team-mates. This big lad is,
bound to develop Into a Invaluable,
asset. He ferrets out the ball, in-:
tercepts passes, dodges cleverly and
passes with accuracy and speed. He
was a veritable stonewall 111 the Ash-;
land defense. He will, when his cen-'
ter and forwards have learned ,to
pass to him more, make a "running"
guard who will be a terror to dbpo-
Schuerman, while the lightest man
on the team, is a fighter and more-
over possesses a cool bead and
fund of experience which breaks up
attacks. Both be and Young shut
out the Central Point
aligned against them I
For Central Point, Ross, who
played guard in the last half showed i
more than any of tho rest. He threw j
one basket. Grims. the other guard -
threw one and' Mayfield, center,;
scored one. Dunlap converted one
foul out of several tries. j
A fair sized crowd was present and
the high schoolers displayed some
of the old time pep both during the.
game and between halves. I
No game is scheduled for next j he American merchant marine,
week as yet although there is some, The mudenH uio iu training,
talk of staging a contest between ' aboard the school ship Vii ksburg.
the high schoolers and a picked team; for two years. During seven months
from among the old-timers around of each year, the slmi will he moored
town. Should such a game be ar-jin Lake Washington here, and will
ranged it would undoubtedly draw cruise foreign ports the other five
well, there being enough former months of the year. The stale hears
stars in the city to furnish a warm 'all the expenses of the cuMs with
evening for the high schoolers. Rose-; the exception of clo'hing, for which
burg, Albany, Eugene and Medtord a deposit of $155 is required,
will meet the locals this season and The next evnninatior will be held
if the backing given by the public in October, this year.
justifies, it may be possible to bring; '
down one or two of the best teams; Klamath Falls box factories and
from Northern Oregon. sawmills Increase capacity.
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore., Jan. 20.'
e.l about the middle of February, ac
Tho hospital is patterned In a gen
I en,i wuy after the Mayo brothers in
gtitulion ut Roche.iter, Minn.
Southern Oregon winters have no
, terrors to
iic'i road builders as the
Oskar Huher company which is pav-
1 I1K , strPtCu 0f Pacific highway'
where tne principal acimues were
(n progress during the summer. Since
,,. witll ti,e exception of a couple of
,ot)9 tnat were out to sub -
f()ntl,lct0,.a the activities have been'
' oml,uye(i j the valley. The grad
. . .
ing jg 1)racticaiy completed, with-
only a few flla t0 be fin!inetl.
j Two ot the sub-contractors have
small crews ui wuu miu...ij
day, one of whlcn is on tne mil no-
yond the cump, where they arewid-
ening a fill In Bear canyon, which
since the snow melted away wus con-
si,leie(1 somewhat unsafe. This will
be complBted )n aUout 10 days. An-
ot,)pr C.ew ,g nt wo,.k 0I1 the NHI
creek hrldge While none of these
,.. . , " r..ct solne
. . . d cv y W01.m,lK
day th wnt(r spe.,k9 we for the
,.0!!refll)k)n of tho catnict.
. ,., work : thin winter, how-
in tne tioor oi tne vaney, waeie uc-
tivities have never stopped save dur-
lug the week when snow hampered
the contractors in that section. At
present a crew is employed putting
up u new crusher on the creek back
. 11.. irt.,tr AiiMlior imw
, ,r ,,',, ,,. , ,hB
- o .
junction of the Pacific highwaynnd
the Dead Indian road. Two cars of
new machinerv have just arrived for
this ,)hnt and is bein unloaded and
tnls l,1 , "eln" ul"oa(lea an"
conveyed to the scene of operation.
u is me nuenuon m Duireimmiu-
ent Dunn to add lo the working
, ,-V,. :,,. as the ,.
vau.es, am. av ...e cU......s l i"-h.
ue eijieuis iu ui.n iii unv ...
lngnway on a nuicn larger scaio
than last year.
Honiei, ,i,oi.. L ...
overseas and at home, have ofrered
, , niinuieu u .i, o
best letter either from a woman war
Mumei or uiij uuiei .unci H..111 iiii.u..
offering a solution of the problems of
readjustment facing women who are
now ueniouiii.eii wiiu uie reuuii ui;
Peace. The competition will be on '
a national scale in an effort to obtain
;th consensus of oninion and tho
l"e i.o,i.-..m.3 ... ...........
Robinson Smith, i Mrs. Abram l. eikus
and Mrs. Mary Hatch Willard.
Robinson Smith, Mrs. Abram I. Elkus
Rupert Hughes and It.;x Beach will
he among the judges In this compe-
t'tion, which will be based on Jamea
Forbes' play "The Famous Mrs. Fair." .
Answers addressed to: Contest, care
ot nenry sillier, 2 city nan t'taco,
New York Oity. The other judges
ale Henry Irving Brock, Kenneth
Macgowan and Joseph Dunn,, well-!
know Newlork journalists.
SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. 20 Of-:
' tho Washington State Nau-!
tl.x.l ,.!,,.,. I t. ...-.fL-lii.. 11. a
. ...u. ..,.., ,H ,
papers of applicants who yesterday
took the examinations for entrance
10 the school
This srhool, which Is conducted by
the state ot Washington, with the
co-operation of the federal govern
ment. Is "for tho insti iiclion and
training of youths, bona fide rcsi-
of the state of Washington. In
the science und practice of naviga
tion," seamanship. m :rine enginoer-
1,1 ' 11,111 11,1 matters pertaining to the
proper construction, equipment and
sailing of vejsels, iu order to pre
!a,e students to become officer of
AT KLAMATH FALLS
Mil MAY GET
BIG SANITAR UM
ROSEItntO. Ore.. Jan. 20. With
day. it Is said. The incorporators.!
Dr. V. L. Ruiter of this city, Dr. David
M. Ilrower of Ashland, 13. R. Rich-
ter and (ieorge Riter of Roseburg, and
. R. I). McFarlund of Boston, plan to,
: build on the 640-acre tract known
as the Ilonaduy farm, now owned by
Mr. Hichter. three miles from the
i ,,,1.1111,,., ... .i. i.. i...m
,.. ....in,,.,,, ,uc iiiiiiii mil nun u,
which will cost, according to R. D. Oregon counties nave sent .im I - .."" ..... ...
McFailand. architect, of Motion.:"' the total of 4673 long and short I'" ' P" and apples, ul
Si:; o.iioo 25 M,i, u-m h hmii course students. From '33 other 'hough one of them may be equipped
for use of tuberculosis patients, it
m'ing the Intention to give such cases
"fecial care. The company expects
10 ""'' construction work by March
A vni.y ,.llTe cr0W(l PnJoy(,,, ,
open lodge social giren by the ite-
bekuh lodge Sutuiday night. A
81'"'1"1"1 l"'"Kram was given, then
tl.Vl Z.' I!'!. y,TJ!
" ii""i. ."in. ."I'm
Kline, the noble grand.' was up from
Medford. All reported a good time,
Mr. und Mrs. Arthur Hall are hore
vlsl,iK relatives. They have been
1,1 oissiyuii since uiey were
11V 111? Ill !SlHKlvnll h nee lliev were
marre, here December 2.
Mrg Helry rjlmlett had as her
guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Burnett and son. Ray. her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Works, her brother, By-
roil n orKS, .ir. nurneii s mm uer
,, a 9istel. Mr8. clirfanl .,.
Mrs. Keith and Mrs. (!. W. Burnett
Mrs. Kouns left Monday afternoon
for u month's visit with her daughter.
""'1 """-'i' relatives In Southern Oil-;
. . ,
R wm a yJ
Carl Mellln, who recently sold his
IectMltiy vacated by Mr. Henry Bur-
n(,t and family,
Mr. Ralph Koozier tented a house
I" Medford Monday und expects to
move Ins family there in the near
ai r. Frank Hamlin of Ashland has
milil Die nvnnertv he recently 1111 1'-
chased from Mr. William Yeo to the
.Methodist church for a pursonage.
The Ta,ent gil.,s eM.ect t0
basketball with the Ashland team on
the Ashland floor Friday night. Ev-
erybody who can is requested to at-
(Jjj to ye, for thBe ,,1,. wh0 liavo
mu(1() a fjne sta).t ,,. (he 8ea.
Among tne jacKsonviiie cmu in
tending the basketball game Friday
i..i.. ....... i ,,,.a Mid n enii ' er-
Mlfit amui iiurneu wem tin uu
iiuin hum oivi u, .:
. 11......:. u..t.....f..i 11 u-i.ti tlwini. it
ill L HUtrillA OllllllllllJ. .v ....o
he had the mumps but it was not
and he ib able to return lo school
Mr. Ray Stafford, a resident o
Talent a lion i tell vears ago. Is around
renewing his friendships with
,, m,.8. r reiiru, who leieiu-
v l V t V" ,1 . l. .TI"
V'iUre. ' ' '
,;M.s n()se in(, Jh.H Hughes was
vinlf iiiK in Ashland Thursday with
Mrs. Sliders .who is there for u short
stay trom Harrisbuig. Oio.
Mr c A jj11ZPni wi,0 has the
Metropolitan Life Insurance agency,
was in Medtord hum run y on
v lf,J 'J ''""on viUoMofl1!!. v!" ' .
Mr (!e0',.R(,' KHstow ot Wagner
cripk was a Jacksonville business
... .... i'....la..olii;u nf ricenndil
' ' ""-" "j Me,lford and
'j (h'fl ,aHt of m wp(lk
'Ml. m,,,, Coleman or Jacksonville
wa8 a business visitor here Monday.
He recenny '"""""; " .
Talent Mercantile store to l.oms
Mr ".j Mr j;,ir Scott was In
Medford Saturday night attending a
........ , .,
Mr. and airs. Jim rein-.. n..
tie daughter Jacquiline was visitlnt
.. beliefs mother, Mrs. Olive Wul-
.. u .-.i. Snvferih of Kei'by. Ore ,
returned home Sunday morning Mjrj
ter a three weeks' visit wun ner sis-
ter, Mrs. Margaret Crosby.
Mr. Earl Withrow lias mov..n mi vu
family into the house he rented from 'j
Mr. Tom Bell. M
Mr. Fletcher Spencer and family. jUj
h'n recently moved Into the Ferns ,5
.i:..,:.i w,a i-Mtiiiir relatives H:
Vlllll-.V lllOHl'il -i
I,.,. G:,lnrl:iv ! ?.
The machinery has been hauled to
Ferns Valley on nirs. rrmn ........
i uiin tnrt drilling for oil there
i.. n.ii.le of weeks. One of the n
most experienced oil drillers from the
east will be here to look nfler the
Mrs. Tim Burnett was an rtsm...... -
Jonlin. Mo.. News-Herald: Of
one thing the labor union members '
may rest assured If the unions are
killed, they will be killed from the
Inside, not from without. So far as
any cause Is good, It flourishes by
minnnltlnn. So far as it is bad, it
grows weak from its own maladies.
PORTLAND. Three 12,000-ton
t..l tinkers to be constructed.
County Has Many
Students in O.A.C.
Jackson county Is represented by
81 of the 4673 long and short course
: student In attendance at O. A. C. this
'landing and vocational is a gain
01 1U2 PT CPnl ver regisuiiiioii on
the corresponding date In 1917, the
la8t normal year-
This tern. 366 new students have
registered to date. Engineering l
' V1"0U3 branches leads In popu-
larity with 942 students, agriculture
has 837. commerce 625, und home
r i q
M,lt0" c"",e 78 nnu Irom 11 '"reign
me nniiuai meeiing oi snnrenoKi-
ois of the First National Bank of
Ashland was held Tuesday morning,
Tho Board of Directors, consisting
of E. V. Carter, C. H. Vail pel, J. W.
McCoy, fleorge W. Dunn, W. M. Mc
Nulr, Geo. W. Owen, Tho. II. Pimp
boii, F. D. Wagner and Otto Winter,
wus linuiiimously chosen to handle
the affairs of the bank for this year,
T1,ese mc" are a" " 1,1 their
. ! ,., ,r- ,,0,.,1 ,!, ut.
own lines and have served the bank
faithfully for many years. The bank
f to be congratulated on retaining
their services and counsel.
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viiiiLcm nun; en-i ii-u nil tuiio.
E. V. Carter, president; C. H. Van
pel, vice president; J. W. McCoy,
cashier; J. H. Hardy and H. C. Em
ery, assistants. Mr. Hardy, the new
ly elected assistant, started his em
ployment with the bank recently and
In putting him into this official po
sition the bank was only recognizing
his known business ability.
Mr. Bush, well known assistant
cashier, has resigned his position to
accept a flattering offer from a bank
in South' 11 Cili on.la. Mr. Mills,
Miss Powell and Miss Walker are all
retained in . tho service. All con
nected with the bank received sub
stantial increases In salary.
The cashier's report showed won
derful activity for the year just
closed. The average deposits, the
highest for any year, showed an In-
crease of over fifty per cent between
January 1 und December 31, 1910.
Thg savjn(,s ,ii:i tt moitt. which
waa ne(, j.inu 2 m!) g,10WP(,
the remarkable growl h ot $228.-
405.88 In deposits during the twelve
Profits for the year were giieater
than ever before, in sidle of the
neavier exnenses ncurreil n emu iiv-
ln(? al(lillon.(1 lu,lp, higher costs of
H)I ppt jH, etc.
LuiiUBIlU! B lemma. Illieies! oil
timo deposits amounting to $9561.90
and in addition to this direct pay-
nient ot Interest, the officers assist
cu-tomers in flndii," sound in
(u cusiomeis in iiikiiii sound in
vestments of funds aggregating over
$100,000.00 which will yield addi-
,nl.i iIW,m t n,.
com in unit y.
'I' 1 service of advice on Investments
i. being used more and morn each;
year us jhe people find the bank will
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future of our community and have
handled all private und public inat-
ters with a liberality that backed
Ihelr Judgment ft a substantial way.
The year Just closed has been ono
of tho most prosperous In the history
of Ashland, and the strong financial
Institutions ot the city havo been
largely instrumental In produciiu
ROSEBURG. South Methodists to
erect $25,000 church.
WEEKLY AS WELL AS
Hy I't-iip Both ttm aily
Ones Into Practically Every Home i:: As-hland's
Trade Territory Moth in the City ami Country.
IT COSTS VERY LITTLE MOKE TO
COYER THE COUNTRY PISTKICTS
IN THE WEEKLY
And Advertising Man
SALEM, Ore. Tentative plans for
- ., u . u .east
"nous Prts of the stale were made
8 ll,eell"B or ttle 0e,;"n -wen
Co-opera ,ve association held here.
' ' "eat Salem,
'! 'B " outlay of approxi-
ma u -uu,uuw. Locations for the
ot,1,!r P1"'"" ''ave not yet been se-
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, 'Ilia m-minctnil Ii,i1d ,i.ill r.... .1...
tor handling cherries. Isaac Hunt
of Portland, who during the jmst
year acted as president ot the com
pany, has charge of locating the sitos.
Officers of the association elected
at tho conference are: W. E. St.
John of Sulherlin, president; H. M.
Hailow of Eugene, vice president,
und Seymour Jones of Salem, secretary-treasurer.
$ $ S s $ ( j .$ . $
Pl lil.IC Idlil M
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COMMI MTV IMPRINT AND
Community interest. It is a bi
subject. I am goin to call it i
great, huge engine and call you its
drive wheels, piston rods, springs,
bolts, taps anil screws required to
n.alie the engine, thai it is going to
require every one in the whole com
munity to in, ike it complete. A
complete, perfect machine is the Idea,
a machine that can be made to work
in (lie interest of each person ami
for the whole community at large.
The interest of all Is I lie idea. Th.i
interest of one individual must not
bo considered nhinc another. In
order to accomplish this each Indi
vidual MI'HT be made to catch
catch the spirit of the Idea. Now
since you are to make tin the differ
inl nails of the engine lh.it is goiti1;
lo do tliiu work for your community,
on MI 'ST realize your responsibility.
Nothing counls hut power and
principle. This Iiu:'h machine must
lie made to help you in that you may
aelter results from your labor.
You are a double person, as it were;
you produce and you consume. It
does not make the slightest differ
ence what yolir business is so Ion:;
as your pioduct is something the
people iu Hie community want.
As time goes on the community
may chance its mind as lo what is
good and what is bad for its cilh'.eu
ship, Inn il your present product is
desired, it is as Important as any.
You may be I ho smallest spring or
lap iu the engine, hut our idea Is
to make Ibis engine serve you anj to
the be: t nihantae. T:i; piincij.lo
of it is I hat on inii.-t be made to
know that the whole rommunilv I
k,ck of you and that you. In turn
must be and make the people fe-1
you are back of them by doiir:
best for your neighbor.
Wh it wo want is to catch the spirit
of doing belter Work, and morn mi
ll woik. Whether you are a
doctor, lawyer, banker, nierrhaut.
fari'ier, mechanic or whatever you
may lie, you belong to the great
band of human beings who arc ren
dering service to your community.
You are a part of the community
and n very essential part of the en
gine and the engine can't run
smoothly and do good work unless
you do our best. Catch the idea?
J. II. DILL.
STUOl'DSIll ltC. Pa. Carl Knlp.
a corpulent store manager, went
down to fix the furnace. He stepped
on a piece of stray coal, skidded and
fell on an arm, breaking It. The
fire went. ,
ROSEBI'nn. Oregon Growers'
association to build $15,000 packing
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