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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
. ASHLAND, OUEOOX, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1920
ASHLAND IH HI j
Ashland will bo represented among
the speakers ut the Lincoln banquet
to be held in Med ford on Lincoln's
blrthduy, February 12. This will be
Prof. Irriug Vlnlng, who will make
the addresg oil Roosevelt. Prof. Vln
lng Is an orator and speaker of wide
prominence, and given such a subject
will do the occasion Justice. Dick
Posey will also represent asiiih.iu j
with one pf his original poems on,
the political situation.
Other speakers for this occasion
will be Bishop Hughes of the Meth
odist church of Oregon, who will
make the address on Lincoln. Colo-
nel R. C. Wasliuurn win mane m; Da8eball team 0f Company "B."
political address. Prominent men of ; Tnci. are foH1. (.ompaI1ea )n the bat
the state will also give short talks, j tulioIli lllld eadl coml,any to havo
There will also be eome splendid a team ... c..(.h of tive cll.B8es of ttth.
local music in charge ot William
Vawter and fine orchestral music, j wn,Ktling, Hlu track. The winning
Tickets are selMng fast for this oc- con,1)any ln naci, event to get
caslon, and the'mmiber is limited to.arge cup which is to become the
30- j property of the company.
A word of warning to income tax
payers is contained In a statement
given out today by Internal Revenue
Collector Milton A. Miller, who
points out that returns must shot
all Items of taxable income for 1919.
CiUesswork, estimates, and other
hlt-ormiss luetics are barred when a
person is making out his income tax
return. Accuracy and completeness
must be insisted upon. And remem
ber, the return is a sworn state
ment; as such, it must be thorough
Salaried persons and wuKe-earners
must not contliier their returns to
figures showing a year's pay ut so
much a day or bo much a week. The
actual amount drawn should be as
certained and reported. Overtime,
bonuses, shares in the profits ot a
businoss, value of quarters and,
board furnished by the employer, and
a nuuioer ot oiner iiems 01 ""', 0BKB handled by Manager Briggs of
nature which are compensations for (he aBsocaUon bocalnlJ an important '
services, are taxable as part of tho tac(or ,n th(j pi.0l,uctg of Hectlonj
year's earnings, and must be !nclud-,of val,ey ;
ed. - During November and December 1
Income Not Always Cash j(he prollucUHI1 ot egK8 fe)1 oft B0
It must be borne In mind that b.uly lhat M recorJ of the gU,pj
compensation may be paid in other , January receipts. !
forms than in cash. A bonus paid in
.Liberty bonds is taxable at the mar
ket value of the bonds. A note re
ceived In payment for tervices Is taxable-
Income at its face value, and
the Interest upon it Is also taxable.
Premiums paid by an employer for
life or other insurance in tavor 01
employees Is additional compensa
tion to the employees.
The income tax does not apply to
amounts received under accident and
health insurance, or under workmen's
compensation laws; and damages re-
. . .
coverefl by suit or settlement for iu -
Juries or sickness is also exempt. ,
Tlps received by waiters, pollers,.
and others are taxable Income for
such donations are in recognition ot,
services and are not gifts. J
A pension played by an employe
or by the U. S. government Is taxable
income. A widow-who received pay-j
ments In recognition of the services;
of her late husband, may construe
such payments as gifts.
Aside from what a person may
earn by his services, there are ninny
other sources of income. He must
l l nn.,K,.l va.l.li) ll fr lliu
lUC.ime ... .un umiu... . .
gains he made in business and other
ventures; aiso tue income mui h.d
money and property earned.
"""" " ,, I countv, aH of whom favored submit-
Boys and girls of the Oregon l Ung the qnegtlon ot roa(1 Domlg t0
trlct! , the residents and believe the issue
Not only has Governor Ben W. 01-. wjU ca )y a larM milJorty
cott given his hearty indorsement to, . . b .
the army essay contest, but he has!
called upon teachers In the public!
schools to set aside a portion of Fri-
day, February 20. as a time "n ,
which essays will be written in the,
As no essays will be occepted save,
those written in the classroom, this;
means that everyone oi you win nave: ro.lds Instances ar9 citod of mines,
an opportunity to compete in tliis' especially in the western part of the
mammoth contest. I C0UIltVi wbose development is re-
Governor Olcott s,ays, in Part.l tarded ,)y poor transportation. The
about the movement: -It Is a move;board dajms th,lt at prescnt Siski
which will develop a higher sense of you ranks we wjth other niountaln
patriotism not only In our boys and C01inties ln respPct to highways,
girls, but in our adults, as well. For The taXpiayeis in the second super
this reason I call upon the teachers SQT ds,ricti whlch includes Duns-
in the public schools ot the state to
get aside a portion of Friday, Febru-I
ary 20, 1920, as a time in which es-Lf
says on this subject are to be written
by the school children In the c1upb
rooms of the schools of the state. Ii
trust that every teacher will Bee that:
the keenest interest Is manifested
. . .
in this plan lor the promotion ofj
patriotism and the protection of our:
nation and its homej.
The city council met in usual ses
sion last night where the routine
business was carried out, the princi
pal work bolng devoted to the pre
sentation ot bills, etc. A. C. Ninin
ger was elected chairman ot the
council for the coming year, to serve
in the absence of the mayor. Water
Superintendent Hosier reported a lot
of work needed on the line up the
canyon, brought on by the inclement
weather ot the winter. He was In
structed to repair leaks in the pipes
and strengthen the trestle that has
been weakened this winter.
ASHLAND STl DENTS
IUSY' AT V. OK. O.
Dick Siiim, the pitcher on the Ash
Unid Hi, til School champion 1917
basebilt team, is one, of the three;
leithanded pitchers Coach "Shy"!
Huntington thinks have the best!
chance to m. ike the Varsity baseball j
team this spring. . favored us with a full page clipping headquarters oi me c...m.uiu.. uiuiu mir, west (loes to establish the northwest ( AKKr, in looa.ng alter tne nygienic
Freshman basketball is progress- from the New York Times (Section1 in southern Oregon with Pastor Wil-j A vote was taken to decide the , Rreut0!,t tourist playground of' conditions in the public schools of
lug nicely now, and with "Bill" RelnJ 2, page 1, issue of January 4, 1920) Ham B. Hamilton of St. Marks question of sending the school chil- AmerCa. ! the county, advises teachers that
hart, a former Salem High School; containing an exceedingly interesting' church as dean of tho district. The dren into the Ashland schools for the A Minnesota farmer will no more no pupil should be permitted to re
star, as coach, there ought to be a! and Informative article from the pen first meeting of the new deanery , school year 1920-21. thhk of out t0 the Pacific ' school if her pupil show
fast team this year. The Ashland j-of Charles A. Seidell on the Non-will be held in May, when Bishop ; The entire vote of the district wascoagt with hia whole purpose lhat 8'K" of having sore throat, head
men out for the team are Arvln Partisan League's operations in North' Sumner and othei; prominent leaders present and the fact that the vote; of 8eeillg the attractions Ashland has' Mlle- or if e needs to resort to
Burnette, who was picked as an all-! Dakota. i of the church will be present. The was favorable toward educating the' otfer thim yolI wuuU thik of sneedus or has running of the nose,
state guard last year, and Edwin Along with other data which would ' new district includes the churches children of the district in Ashland, going t0 Elirope mPr(,,y , orilfir t0It is usually best to require a stutc
Pr9 u-l... ..li.ve,. iu , fnr!,,iru. r pr nf Orpunii are of Jackson, Josephine and Douglas goes to show that the Belleview splr-l . .),,.,, tl f block unnn which ";cllt fll,m tho doctor In charge of
a sergeant in
Company "C," R. O. T. C, waB
picked to lead the wrestling team
of that company In the Intercompany,
Dick Shim was picked to lead .the
letlcs boxing, basketball, baseball.'
1 rniy is me average amount Bpeni
per nionlh by each man In the unl-ls made out of the fact that the tax ther sentiments 111 regard to paini, cily u()ul.(ls or i,eam, Blun provide: But a new spirit Js pervading the
versify. The women get a'jng with1 rate has been reduced under tho before they start proceedings. Thej tleu va0(.natjon for persons desir- Northwest and a new co-operation is
un average of $40 jiqy month. These League's government, while nothing'1" therefore wait until a petition ine p,uteciion against infection.) evidencing Itself. Cood roads, ad
figures were urrlved ut by tukiuu. iH said of the 400 ner cent assess-1 'a circulated among the Park street , , smanm)X ,,sta i couimunl-! vertlsing und allied development in
a general survey of all the students
living at the university. The cost , increase iu the actual amount col
of living for college students has in-ilected for the state government.
creased from 25 to 40 per cent since
I With the beginning of the new
year the hens of Ashland and the
surrounding districts started to make
mi nmireiult inerouaa in iho nm.
auction of eggs, and the Ashbellont!
Egg Society is beginning to receive
and ship eggs from the Frut & Pro-!"
dm e Association wheie they are han-
died. This society was formed last:
March for the purpose of handlhH
all local eggs and
giving them a
. ,. . . .,,
W0).ked out g0 ad,,,!,,, that the
nowovcri gnow tilat about 1100 doz-
en were sold. The price for the first'; From his finger the dying soldier fur. ral have l;c,,i mada-at this writ-, '"Per schools finds it necessary to 10 get an occasional glimpse of the
week received for th.j eggs was 00 tore the wedding ring and pressed ing, but the Ashland friends will be se- The advice ot the county 'impression one of its efforts is inak
cents. The second week was 60 it into Miss Farrell's hand. '; noticed of details later. Mrs. Ma-heillth officer may be obtained by f'K on the world. We wish w-
n.nix tlm third week Eg cents, th.: I "Take it to her nuick " h:i , c.vi,.,i hv ). i,i,aiv,n,i nml calling Dr. T. J. Malmgren, Medford,! bad space to rerint all of these let-
fourth week 53 cents, and tho fifth
week ig cen(s
This Is considered
outr.,KC0Usly ,()W us compared with
lha tirl.-f.a nf Ynvomliar imH Tlnppnl-
her when thn one nrice hovered
,.,, . ,-,. bnt ,hn fact
thut the same amount of food for the.
.. . ... ,.,,'. .,, morft PC9iwniB the rinir. Sh knell in ruli-h
l' - - -nn-,
... h hli f :
prolit after a. Anyway, when one;
remembers that lt was not such a
time aeo when we considered
W(J C0H(l afford tQ cal eggg when
they got down tQ n c(;nt3 a uozcn or
,ower the I)rest pl.ic(.s d0 not 6eem
RQ uistre63ingly 1()W,
YREKA, Calif. Siskiyou is the
next in line of progressive counties
i ), nc h..n.iin i,i,.inL-gi-i
in mo iiiuuui u. i.ui 'h
ns tho board of supervisors has
...... ... r a..:
Btiui-iLMi xisl.iui rtiiumiv ..I.
len to prepare notices lofun eiecuon
to be held on the question of voting ;
j1 050 000-
BUpervlsor8 reache(1 the ded.
i sion after interviews with large
I landowners and business men of the
by th(j sta(e gnwajr comml9.
.Qn a)J he foregt servicflt lB m.
ljoB.uollar boIld ssue win piace the
couny jn high ral)k among the C0UM.
t,eg of the gUt0 f()r roa(U
u ,s ield by tne slIpervisors that
f . dr.,wb.lcka t0 the develop-
ment Qf (he C0Hnty ,3 ,ack of g00il :
muir, Sisson and McCloud, had de-
ci(Ied bfore tl)e action o the board
6,1)crvis0rs in calling the bond
election, to bond their district for
road building and improvement,
WILL MARRY 'EM FREE
iu tul- -iim iiiuivi,'uI
CHARDON, Ohio. H. W. Clark, n
graduate of Harvard Law School.
w)l0 recently was elected justice of
i tho poace here, has made a novel
proposition to Geauga county, bach
"I'll tie the knot free of charge
during the1 year 1920," says Clark.
"for all the girls who have reached
mature age und who ran absolutely!
prove to me that the marriage pro-!
posnl was made by themselves '
anticipates m big business.
ASTORIA. $200,000 apartment
house to be built.
PORTLAND Morgan razor works
to enlarge plant.
TAXES RAISED 10 l'EB t'EXT
forinorly of the j
Columbia Highway and Roadmuster
of Coos county, but now executive
engineer of the Asphalt Association,
15 Maiden Lane, New York City, has
figures as to the Increases of state,
taxes occasioned by the League's so
cialistic Industrial program.
1918 t 205,315,957
Taxes Levied on Farms
1919 4,540,820 coming year, mm im " cellty (.om Dr. David Roberg, state munity of the Northwest, big and lit-
While assessed valuations have, pressed themselves to council. This lua,(U oiri(,el.( iu rega.-d to the no-j tie. In an effort to make the North
been increased more than fourfold, body Is "perfectly cognizant of the fesHiy , vaccination In the public! west tourist attractions accessible
thus making nossiblo a reduction in
j the actual tax rato, the amount re -
qulred for taxes has Increased 109
per cent. Oregon farmers who re-
ceive tho Non-Partisan League prop-
Uganda will recall that much capital
ment increase or the 109 per cent:
As heavy bond issues have been
floated under the League control, in
terest und principal must be met on
those bonds, which will place tho
state under a still heavier taxation
burden, especially as most of the
bond monov has been snuandeied
in wildcat industrial ventures or un -
SOLDIER'S LAST ACT
.MAKES WIFE Oi
dying sol -
dier and his sweetheart nurse who
hul, h,.,.,01, ,,., ,,, e,.,.ii,,.n h
to his bedside, exchanged wedding'
rings as the soldier died at his homo
Tho soldier was Lieutenant Horace'
Scott Fl.ost Hj8 afnanceil ,.,,, h
Mrs. Virginia Lee Stuart ot Wash-
The niBlu nurse, Miss Farrell, was
attracted to the lieutenant's bedside
by his sharp breathing. "
! whispered. "Something Is choklne
me," he gasped. "Hurry ." 1
The nurse ran from the room. In
fl few npcn)i(ls alio i-t u riif.il u-illi flip
woman who shortlv before had Inir-
ried from her .Washinetnn hump In'
nurse her affianced husband. She;
o - -
th , , whis,.r,i ,,., n..r!
hand clasped his. Ho attempted to'pends to so. r evlent cn the results
r4ise to his Hps, but the last sharp, of the now- o,s between the major
BtruEKle had left the nowerful soldier1
Viriflnia. we are married "
The word faded awnv unit (Iip
ine worus raueu away and tne
lieutenant passed into a coma that,
merged with death. . j
Mrs. Stuart or Frest is of the Eng-
lish branch of the Washington tarn-1
ilv. sav her friends
An uncle was.
in-!an assisiunt secre.ary or tne treas-
nrv under Presidpn. Pierpp !..!
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""i- .u " niiiiciiiiit-iiiii-.il u. ine
DioKerage department ot the Aetna
Life Insurance company, here since
he left the army. Before the war1
he was theWashington manager of,
IDEAL VOI XG MAX? THERE !
AIXT XO Hl'CH ANIMAL! '
CLEVELAND, Ohio.-The "ideal",
young man must posses 17!) virtue J
This was the conclusion of some
enn i,,), ..,.. . ....
uv t..ii..ii fiucio itiiu ui me ie.ji.i'1.1
m ux, am. u. s-ii.ni.il ui UIU nilllKU!
Avenue Congregational Church pre
pared a symposium of virtues.
Honesty, religion und moral clean
liness headed the list. Neatness and
cheerfulness were near the top.
Cleanliness, goort mixing and a good; fan, has been spoken of lor mole "" p. , k n i of the Auto Section of last Sundav's ! "f ''''mi's by other communities and
job came next. They were followed than a year and while he has the to n.nm....s , 1 lrtliiiul Oregonian, featuring your '"ive sent out dozens ot letters, nr-
by good manners, sense ot humor 'support of the National league he ls They wandered around, tapping anu 8pImidill filnp si() rt)1l j , v ' (lll : tlcles similar to the Oregonian nr
education. courtesty courage and in-i s.id to bo opposed by Johnson, other Picking, near where their father had anlPtivl.,y ,jM.(.on. , tide and photographs In answer t,.
e.u auo,.,. lounesiy, touiage ana in said to no oi. . . , ,.;.,( made his find three years before. Af-I Through our Seattle Chamber nf"l,",,'' rn,m municipalities and or-
dustrlousness. candidates who have been In pi lit , maae n.s , Commerce and the Northwest Toiiri,,, ' gani.a.ions. We want to make tho
Fifty young women inserted thel since Herrmann announced his m-,,w"a" : Association wo are now favorablv wl"l, northwest a region not only
following: Itention of giving up the scepter are! up a nugget welgliliig tne oun. es. i CHsid(lrillg (n )llatt,,P of emt ,.,-. of abundant scenic attractions-
He must have Bnn,l lnu Hill" Edwards. John B. Foster! old mixed with quartz. K all .ll(.rg,.,lr cimpalgii. in order Mother Nature took rare of that
uu.u .u mnitc, iiiusi ue jony, ne
must not flirt, and several evnrn,prt
.i, ....of ,k. ... ...
no ue uioniie,
and still others liked him "tall and
PLAX EARLY WORK ON
CALIFORNIA STATE HIGHWAY
CHICO, Calif. A few days more
may see dirt flying on the last '
stretch of the state highway between !
Chlco and Red Bluff, In the belief of,
George C. Mansfield,
state highway i
Mansfield said Highway Engineer through the stirring political cam-iNear East reflief, which Is assisting Thr,l(.h t,e courtesy of the Ore- haven't the scope or finances to at
n,ii,i, .,,,1 c a I.... r ikDi: liMV.. ni.teil with much ihlni. announced. Derboghes came , wnUin circulation manager I hare tempt It: but the Ashland Commer-
. . .
son, who constructed a portion of the;
Los Molinos unit, were to confer o.r
some minor points in connection Willi!
the work in the vicinity of Vinu and
be ready to report an agreement at! silver mines and pr ed. would j
a meeting ot the commission next like to know whether silver is apt,
week. jto stay for some time at a price of '
This development followed the ac- a dollar or more per ounce. Silver'
tion of the Tehama supervisors In
securing all rights of way along the!
original survev running hr n,iiJ
east of Vina. j
Med ford has been mimed the
The topic ot paving Park or Mill:
street was brought up at the meeting
council last nlfcht and received
of residents living on that street are;
desirous oi .iav...t, ... ",
I l.....n .......
large amount ot travel by tourists
! over this stretch ot Btreet, and the
fact that it is unusually muddy In
winter mid dusty in Biuniner, but the
council wants an expression from the
residents expressing their wishes,
and presented to council before tak-
lug up the matter. The city will
have a large portion ot the street
to pave, it Is stated.
Mrs. Mulone, wile cf Major C. A.
Malono, died at her tome In Med -
ford at about 2 o'clock this niorniii
nfter a short illness. Manv of Mrs.
! Malone's friends in Ashland were not
apprised ot her illness and tlio news
of her death th'' morning came as a
great shock. '1 .ie de-eased had lived
hero for a nui ib' r of years and was
! well known and neatly beloved by a
large circle of fi lends. Two yeare
i... .,, , ,vi. w i,0i..,,i
Captain MaNme of tho First com-
puny, Coast iTrlillerv, entered the
service, RIu. &iloue and children
accompanh d Hi 1 to the north where
t))e). live( reul. ,,, army c,lmpa dllr.
ing t' n ie.iod nf her husbands' ser-
vice. On th l.ttefs discharge from
tho army they cume to Medford
where thev havo resided for the nast
year. No arrangements for the
in vmw uni a.nl nnfl i
CHICAC,), ill., Fob. 10 Baseball
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BE I MEDFORD
'.uuiluio mil iu. (..I.;.. iinf3t.-iD u.i '"".wno UKes to nun ami usii, is ui
nukn nf n m,,:-) miw! ii;:,r,ma , .... T ... -......... i n.o'
,), id, nt ,n..,.i ..,,,
national pastime ut
a cni'itiu if inn ml. lit Vifiii'iilwfiH
).,... ... ,i.u
Ollllllllk H.1D lUMiir,
v r .1,., ,i;,n, ,ip.
!r: leagues, in indivP ..! and joint ses -
i,iiv.t.. ,i .. ...'
aions, a meeting of the national com -
m.o.-n .....I a mnfwencfl will, the
M" " C.iail IIU1USU..I IB UBDISHCU
-.i, ... ,- ,
minors. I a8 the place for a mediator or ar -
of late, any American league meet-! bitrntor betwePn the two sets ot com -
illg- sm6lls of brimstone. The two , migaioner8 wllen tney are at ,Kger-
factions-the 'faithful fire" ot Ban neads Mr Carter comeg .om Jack -
Johnson and the 'rebellious three";.-. county. wnero the RoKue ,-ver
probably will toe the mark with huge
chins on each shoulder.
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c,(i r ,. ,.,. In fnkn
, gtigL.ii.i. ... -
mo post which uauj rtDn..iu ,c
, signed is the ticklish tasK untitled 10
the national commission.
American league politics may stick
its pug iKicious tint into tliis season
, it Tr...,.v T K'illilp:. In n
The Boston-Chicago-New lork clan ,
of insurgents will lobby against his , they needed pocket money for a, and aulo-camp and indirectly
choice on the grounds that he is a!Pmg outfit, so they packed their, through It conceived the Idea of a
Johnson henchman and that his .p-!lli.. left tliolr father's ranch .. lit-: M campaign for morn and better
pointtnent would not loosen the grip i way from flat creek, and started;... o-camps Mr V ., ,.,,,. ,,,.,,
hat Johnson had on the commission i Prospecting in the old fashioned way In Iter Indicates .1, such a camp.iign
, .... ..... (i, tin,, about a week ago. '"ay he waged in lb., near r.it.irn. His
lliroui;)! w: iii;iiLi-iint.( u v..
National leacue magnales are said
, , ... n
to favor anyone who knows baseball
and who hasn't a financial string on
any club in either league. Judge
.. -,. t.,,ii tn,-.-,l tnrist. audi
I , i,... t Wntker. of,
f anu o.ni.ii.'. -
new York, sponsor of the nex boxing
Il, ..... l-
un. . .
The conference with tho minors ig
last but not least on' tho schedule.
With common agreement on only a
low noints. the mogul face the task
of drawing up n l ew agreement that
meets wllh the approval of both.fac-
A SILVER UMNO To
""' 1 ' .
Those old enough to h ive passed
- nnwllrnm H.rnoot Svrla in 191 1, return -
Interest that s.I.er as bullion now from H.upool hri.i.n '
for the first time In 4 ...rs Is
worth more than the ration of 16 to
1 of gold. The owners of Oregon
mining is attractive provided mere
Is reasonable assurance that such ,
nr., will he maintained for a pe-
riod of years. I
$ $ 9 j .
A large number of Belleview peo-i Ashand's future as n resort com
plu met at the Bchool house Friday j ,mlnty depends upon what Ashland
evening and went on record again, (ioe8 for ,tsolri not ,.. hu( .,
as a progressive up to date commit-
:U ot tieing in tavor or tne Dest along
an lines is as mucn nave as ever.
Tho first meeting for organizing
the Jackson County Farm Bureau
for 1920 followed the election.
Comy Sllpei.inU,mient 0. W. Ager
isslle(1 a statement received re
..... . -
.-.. The lutter contains a copy!
of llal.a(,num 141, 1)al!e 53 0f the!
0l.(.gon Sl.lool j.aws o 1919, and
usQ (he foliHWnR rllg from the'
S(ute ,Jol.j or f leidtli : "If smallpox1
exists in a community, the county or,
tVi no chi( anal, be pernltted to ut-
, , without mesentinir sat-
jsfa,.t()i-y evidence of having been'
successfully vaccinuted within seven j
I The above ruling applies only to
those communities where tho epi-
identic actually exists. Even in such!
cases, the superintendent states, it 13
not desirable to resort to vaccina -
tinn of ull school children when only
one or two segregated cases of small -
pox are to be found. Vaccination
should bo required only where indi-
cations would lead our county health
officer to believe an ipldejnlc is lia-
ble to occur.
When the question of whether vac-
dilation should be required, or
whether a school should be closed
for fear of an epidemic Is raised, the'
advice of the county health officer ;
should be obtained. Superintendent ,
Ager states lie Ib informed that there
i "0 cause for alarm here In Jack-:
son county except in a few cases now 1
e" under control. No school should
be closed just because one of the
.... . . ... .... . ... i.. ...
FJ. . V-llliUI. MMI.H..1 ll "O
Mr. Carter is the
. . ,
cliuiriiiiiu of the newly created state
. i .u 1 ...... t..u i -m -
... , ....
Opu Ifl I H IMO I1UII1 MIM1 int!lllt!B
aes3 the galne coniniissioners and'""" "''"" ","-,!'l"'. '""1
. fi',h conimssioners fall to agree, SW'"9 ,'l'.nf,t r""" Asl'l;""l s (,x-
UIII t,(u mr. Carter stops In. He
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1 ilal(n't had to do that yet, but the
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fjsh f,Rt cver belng gtlrret, Up,'
USII HKlll IB ever uruiR milieu
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,. ,hOP- h,a cni.i.i.prci.il fishermnnl
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,at t no mou.n o. ine itoguo anu ine
i sportsmen along the upper reaches
hlV9 never bee1 Mu t0 tolerate each
llfclJUimi. ueuiK" niiiwi.11. .
I.'... e..ii.nn 11 Hpiiipr. th...
They had history
to prove thati
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' '"ere was gold nere, inr ner. a ... . ,
Snrlne creek had been found the;
8 P Ini t cu K haa th(J
, biggest and richest pocKeis in ine
days ot '49. Here their father
three years before had found a gold.
The boys visited Reddin
The boys visited Redding today and
bad tho gold weign i a a
I found to be worth au
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SEEKS HIS Wlfft
DAIGIITERH IX Tl'KK HAREM
NEW YORK, N. Y. In an efrort
to rescue his wife from a Turkish
harem where she has been held cap-j'
tive for about four years. Asdouri
.............. .... irmp....... nf Ilueine.
, " C ...J
Is., saiieu mis ween .... ......w
p.1 u. rescue ..in Mum... - j
was seized by the lurss. oui ii.h..-
aged to escape through Siberia.
Three oaugn ers. ...... ,-mPe cam-
were seized at the same time asn. establishment of more
wife, and are believeJ also to hare a)d bp(t(r Uvg camn f-h,t for vU(.
been sent to Turkish harems and the,,ng motoristfl. We realize here that
. u. km.a nf find lie nno nr s ha If-illl.en trood CaluliS scat-
them. A son, Hovenes. escapeu ",l" ;enoU(!h , propery make pleasant a
his father and is now In school at. . , w are doing exfrf.
THE BROADER VISION
The (lay of ' every cily for Itself
,! l()Wn wllh the oUlt,r fellow." In
wnBt every community In tho nnrtli-
Mark, Antoinette got It in the neck.
0( eonri.e Anhland and Southern
Oregon must have the goods to lure
h(J touri(jt t0 tal.ry here wllen he
visits the northwest. That is up to
But it Is also up to us to get In
the harness with every other com-
and tho tourist's visit pleasurable.
A few years ago this would have
been an impractical vision. Even
now it may appear that Ashland's
part Is a small one and that the lit-
'an mi m umo sinan cnen.
these efforts the Northwest finds it-
self a unit,
In one important department of
the great business of att -icting and
providing for tourists, Ashland lias
found Itself the pioneer and the
leader. In the movement for Hie
establishment of free nut oca nips'
; throughout the West and did you
1 "'low unit ill per cent or the au-
tomobile tourists camp Ashland has
1 ie. 1 nis leaiieiHiup must now he
turned over to organizations with
the scope to direct future develop-
"lent along this line; hut Ashland
"ill always remain the pioneer, and
,n ny continual otlort remain the
model toward winch oilier cominuni-
lies will look when seeking that
nicn is nesi in auto-camps,
Secretary Mowat has a file at the
Commercial Club filled with letters
t'm "11 over (he l ulled States in-:
quiring concerning Ashland's auto-
camp. Practically all commence with
"Since Ashlnnd Is recognized as hav-
iK 'be best nuto-cainp," etc. It
good for an individual and a city
ters, Now they are beginning to
come from the broader organizations.
I The Oregon Slate Chaniher of Coni-
1 . .... ....
,lll-1LI-. m a III I
. . ,
mil lias the best rami) ground
1 11111 writillK
announces lhat Portland is planning
a hi a,,(l 'at the chaniher is
("King up a stntownlo campaign lor
I'"eme. . nuersines. park super
Inlendents and commercial organiza-
: """" " writing tor
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1 '"' uit'on on Ashland s camp.;
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l - ',' y ' "'!
" . , """ln;!' "M,''7
1 ' " ' '.' r
' ' . m"T'"
" " "l
1 tjoll the
, ...... . ...v: IIII.LI-ni HUH,
nlnst compreliensive orga.iiza.ion
III the West, which Is sun-1
ported by several states and llu j
Province of Hritlsh Columbia: Ore-'
Ron donating 25,000 n year to its
Work has been in correspondence)
with Mr. Mowal for jome lime, be- j
came iidcmmm inipi-puf.wi in ii... i.
letter and Mi. Mowat's answer
Mr. Lynn D. Mowat, Sec,
Ashland Commercial Club
My I)(.u. Mr AIow.,,.
You are to be congratulated on
to Interest Hie towns, cities, and cdiii-
mil n I tins of this flection of the tinted
International Pacific Northwest
country to establish, provide nml
maintain free camp sites for visiting
Very trulv votirs.
L. E. WAIiFORD.
Travel and Transport Bureau.
L. E. Warford,
' .' w
jy )(.ar j.r Warford:
Much ohllued for your good words
regarding lhat Oregon auto-camp
- secured a number ot copies of the
!,. rnllt ,,i ,, ,i K the article mid.
should you have use for them, would
. n.elKCI. to soni) you a llmitod
'r,hrnlll!h ,hp nrthwest are not
J thing we can to further the building
KEEP PUPILS ILL
AND SCHOOLS OPEN
County Superintendent O. W.
canCH where a contaclon is known
to exist, before members from that
family are permitted to return to
the school. Where instructions are
followed and such matters are care
fully considered and watched, Su
perintendent Ager states It will
usually be better to keep the schools
DOCTORS HOPE TO EFFECT
( I KE OF LEPROSY CASE
OMAHA, Neh. Charle.i Young,
aged III, of Tildeli, N b., who applied
at the Croightou Medical College sev
eral we.'ks ago for treatment for a
blond disease, has a well-developed
case of leprosy, according to a spec
Young became a charge of the
state. The specialist said there was
a possibility ot ultimate cure. Young
is a Spanish war veteivn and believes
he may have contracted the disease
while in the Army.
DRV TIME WONT LAST
NEW YORK. The stars say the
American people will not h.:vo to go
without their beer anil wine, accord
ing to the horoscope just made of
"Prof." (lustave Meyer, Hohuken as
trologer. The"pri)iessor" finds that, inas
much as Taurus was in the ascend
ant and Venus was posted ill the
eighth dimension of thj heavens when
the governor was iuaucuratiil. In 4
administration "will he quite a fortu
nate one, to say the least."
WHEN SCOT AND SWAT
WERE FIRST ACyl'HXT
PITTSHl'Rtlll. The game nf
American baseball received a knight
ly tribute here yesterday.
Scot anil Swat met for tho first
time. Wllen Haas Wagner was pre
sealed as a new member of the Ki
wanis club at the members' and la
dies' luncheon in the For. Pitt hotel,
every man and woman ruse in honor
of the baseball king. Sir Harry
Lauder, who is appearing in the Pitt
theater this week and who was tho
speaker oi' ihe .lay, r:sa magnificent
ly to the occasion.
The Scottish singer saluted tho
meat batsman, clasping the mighty
hand that made the Carnegie ath
leto hero of All Swa.dom. Then wltU
a smile on his face and admiration
anil a hint of emy in his eyes. Sir
II rry bust into verse with a tribute
to 1 1 it- Hans while tho iissembhigo
"If you can bing
Anil if I can sing, .
We cheer the hearts of all ;
For life's a game
To apt or lame
Wha seek to paslo tho ball.
"Success will cling
To Swat and Ilitig
An' may they never fall
When hiinuie clips
(lie mony trips
Around the bases all."
PORTLAND. Box manufacturers
and lumbermen who supply that
branch of tho trade, from California,
Oregon, Washington. Idaho, Mon
tana and British Columbia confer on
box making industry. Warning sent
to fruit packers and runners to g.-t
order lit at once. Box stock do-
j clared Bcurce.
Whitman county, Washington, in
lDl!t produced 1 1 ..It. I, .100 bushels
of wheat, valued at $2 I, IGS.HM.
but of ubiinilaut camps where tho
)"" ca.. n..i. coiuum, ronven.enco
am. nospiiHiny. ror it in only ny
develotiing the northwest as a unit
that the tourist ran be attracted
(and leave part of his money In Ash
land on his way through).
' The broad vision displayed In the
recent past and at present by organ
izations throuuhnut the northwest
so different from the narrow, cut
throat, "knock the other fellow to
boost ouiRell" policies of the past
presages wonderful things for the
Pacific Northwest. It Is up to yo
"big fellows" to handle the organija-
lion and to direct these all-North-
W(,a( r,impnRn,; we "little fellows"
rial Club Is willing and anxious to
do all within it's rower and places
itself at your command.
LYNN D. MOWAT.
Secretary Ashland Commer
N. B. And while we want the
Northwef.t to be dotted with fine
auto-camps, we are not forgetting
our own interests and are now plan-
nlng extension and
which will maintain the reputation
ot Ashland's l.lthia prk free aiitc-
camp "The Best In The W est.