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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1920
.NORTH MAIN STREET
TO UK WIDENED AM)
NEW GARAGE WILT
FAN'S WORK 1
I P A LOCAL TEAM
Ashland ball funs are working:
I'LAXS FOR TENNIS
I TOIRNAMENT MADE
COMING TO FISH
I'mler tlie auspices of the Cliuu-
f TO VISIT I'. OF O.
Mrs. Amy Morris Homans,
I. end nf (he nhvsical traininir
tauqua Assembly and '', partinent ot Wellesly College, will
A m i During the past mouth an en-l te organisation or a uun
I JnftC iCl 40CCIlll u'rl"'ise ot va8t ''"I'ortunce to be permanent feature
VlCll J JLDl tWsVsJI lH Ashland has in a quiet way been tvom now on through the summer. ,
I They have secured the services
ion so far as the settling of all oi Wayne Barham. one of the I). A. (i. Collie-MacNolll
The chilly weather this morn-1 colore, come close to all hearts j preliminary details is con- members of the Barnaul urom- isu cousin at Lunula, .Mexico, j Recreation day, Tuesday, July 20. ,,,,, (lf (he uhV9cal tralninit re
e is now on nis way Tennis" wi be the order for every I ... .... ...
,i in 1 1 iiirni ui me i iiiversiiy oi or
School a tennis tournament will
bo held at the courts in Lithia
lark during Chautauqua week,
visit the rniversity of Oregon
some time duriug the Summer
School session, according to word
I Itol II I II I 1lkV
tng fulled to dumpen the ardor there.
of the girl's conference which held; The motor trucks from the Os-
Its first meeting toduy . The out.kar Huber construction camps
cerncd. It is something which iei'8- lumbermen, who are operat- writes that he
forty years has been period- ' '"K a Pan on tbe Sisklyous, and to Grants Pass lor the season' day during the week mid those
ot town girls moved in yesterduy,
and were busy all uftemoon get
ting their cots set up, their kit
were a tine addition and the com
mittee wishes to especially thank
them for their Interest in our suc-
bags unpacked and their quarters I cem.
arranged for the week. Two large! First place and worthy of first
Drit-lthe nrincinal events nrriirrini? nn ! .... 1
... .. . .... . "... y -"uuei u luminings. Nathan .Merritt. known as the
"Hermit," because of the fact that
lie has lived alone in a cabin on
lcully talked of and has been the will be one of the star attrac. fibbing, and asks that apart-; desiring instruction in the game! MrH ,, . . vuuin.1 , . T J
, -..(!., of the tm.ni Mr Barham incuts be secured for his family ' ,.. n.- .,..,. ,i,,.l.. '"""ani. l" Is wsitiug ; te,,ay monimg at the hospital.
nunc, r.eu iud ..Ui,u, uiuauy , the ilillerent western institutions
people in times past, and of course Ib a former member of the Cln- in the city for the full months, ; ing In the Summer Srhool or pur-!o( learning for ,la ,.., of in.
In the early history of Ashland cinnati national league team and .ays the Courier. They will ar-i chasing a Chaulauqua ticket. John vestigatiug the physical educa-
when it was only a little village '" PriM to be appreciated in live here within short time, but; Bet-son, cup winner and leading timlul deDarlnients of' each is
. .. . . . ' I. I .............. 1 4 ftiiilnn tn tilo If tha Dllunlina uliniinn In n.it t,.A, i I . . , . I , '
might have been done at much tou""u"11'- , iu tennis expert oi nouinern, uregon, KCnerullv recognized as one of
tenia are devoted to sleening and mention should be the Klks float, lens cost than now. though the Soill lut tne lumbering business pressing will make a trip to Se-wlll be in charge ot the courts ,,, ,. i ,,,,, ,, ...
dicsslug quarters, whilo meals are! a marvel of beauty, nnd reflect- j present cost seems nominal com-!'"1 bis brothers In this vicinity , utile, returning to Grants Pass uul tournament and give instruc- United States in the physical ed
leing served In the Hotel Ashlunding great credit upon its design-1 pared to the cost of such radical;'1" aVB bis Professional play- about the first of the month for' Hon to all who desire; also .Miss; u(.a,j (iH, lu.cm-di,l(!"t0 Miai(
cafe. ers and decorutors. Hiding In j movements In other cities. nnd!n uut ba8 bee ul'e(l ,0 enter the campaign against the steel- Edith Lindsay ot Hie Orogou Ag-!(-,lm,ninRSi 'Th8 deoartment or
Miss Helen Carlton of Ellzu-i U'D oa' 'el'e airs. r. u. Hweuen-, is a happy solution ot a difficult l"" lo"'" ; uiiei-uir 01 physical education
beth N J tb well known con-'l'U'B. Mm. P. T. Provost, Mrs. situation. This refers to the wid-i rangements are oeing mare 101 iumui iraci ot lanu on tne: physical education for tho Sum-
forence worker, who has been as-' N'ewsom Httrrison, Miss Dorothy enlng of North Main
street on : 6"mes with nearby teams, the first north side of the Rogue, just be-; mer School, will arrange for a
.' . .1 i i r- .nijl.i . !.i ... .... ... . . of which will ni-nhahlv take Dlace low Savaae runlds where he lira- .!;, of i,u
BOCiUted With the NortlUielU UlrlS , Juillfn U,IU ul'-10 uwibc cist nuie ui uit; sneei ioi ail r ; n
Conference Is hero and is super- 'llh. Walking by the side of Entire block from the Houck cor--':ext Sunday. Practicing is be- poses to build a fishing lodge us.
vising tho camp with Ihe assist-' H"-float and wearing dresses with 1 ncr to Water street. j ing carried on regularly, and Cap- loon us the building situation is; The Klamath county rami bu
unce of many women from Asli-E"' colol' were tlle followlns. When C. H. Pierce, for himself tuln '""K f "'e local team relieved. He has been a visitor to , reau lias appointed a committee
land and othe points down thoj Fill, each carrying a basket of and Harrison Brothers1 Ford gar-Jl"'re9 a11 bal1 l'1"1'9 iH Ashland Grants Pass now each fishing sea-j to gather data and draft articles
.valley Last evening 10 girls hud 1 cherries and holding streamers! age, purchased the old Ashland ih"d vicinity to come out to prac-.m for five years. incorporation for tho organi-
iegistered, and more uro expected j from the top of the float: Edith hotel property early last month, j " ( I.AIMS LAKE TAIIOK ! . Si'" B "' '"rm bU,8U
t;m,i,i n.n w...ir i--...-!. Auu hwm. uorotiiy uarnanan. .tiar- t iey were uireauy luiiy commit-! .. """ "" "ft"
lut-mbers of thu various orgaiil-' Ri'-nlte Hammond, the Misses' ted to tho widening of the street,
2alions in the citv take turns in'Heeraiid I-olitu Plcrson. I but had no Idea then if it could
I Tlio f nut for the Cm llMM Of ' ho uurmmi ihei nt ul nr nnl no . . ... OURf. 1110 TOIIllllB OI UUS1-
which has been developed by Mn.
Homans, holds the highest sta mi
ll Ills in tlio country, says Miss
Cun.mings, and requires of its
majors a B. A. degrees before en-
Hn was brought in Thursday snf
feiing with a stroke of paralysis,
anil as ho was 88 years of ago he
ai: unable- to recover. Tho
"Hermit" came here ubout 20
years ago and took up a home
stead on Louse creek. He has
lived alone all that lime, except
lor a number ot pet dogs which
he always had around.
I EXPENSIVE I'HI IT DKIEItS I
A HE NOT NECESSARY,
keeping fresh flowers on the ta-
The float for the Goddess of be ascomplished at all or not as
Lake of tho Woods Picnii
Mrs. If. ('. Emery chaperoned
i party of young people to thti
trance to the department is grant-. Lake of the Woods yeslenlay.
d- . Lot-nurd Smith drove the car in
j which the company made the trip.
I II'.E AND I1IIIMSTONE ; m,d u delightful day was spent at
Til HEAT CAI'SES PANIcj (,,( charming : resort. Beside Mm.
' LEXINGTON. Ky. FearlUK I i.-,u,-i- ti, ., i
'of business )i:ih lu-en liiiiolleil liv . .
in California, Is of-1,. ... .. , , P'l''y or preacliers ol "Misses Hiilh Kuierv. Nina Mevlus.
i.-i ..inn niiiu.nr,.0-ire.8 asslM.t that J4i),000 worth
The purchase of expensive fac- ten said to occupy an old volcanic
hies for the girls, and each night ! I'"6'' of whom Miss Susniine seemed such a formidable un-' ...,,, ... ,.,.., cri.tPr- Th, is ..... .. ,. ,s
tome responsible woman shares ""nies was gouoess, aim uicom-. cienasing
l.i-s- is rapidly increasing and in
vegetables often culls for an ex- true that thu region about the
Jhe girls' sleeping quarters In the' P""'"" W ''' au-; rounu another en-. p(i)1,litui.e of several tlmes the lake shows evidence of volcanic
ten. of Mr. and Mrs. Will Mitch- thuslastlc supporter of tho pro- omlt necessary t0 gecure a g0d ; activity of various kinds and that
rnilcr to facilitato ils handling it
j has been ducldud II. at a corpora
lion is necessary. It will have an
a peculiar sect are coming true. . (iw ynne Gammon, Leonard Smith
scores of people are- fleellug from ! r.ud Norman Wells.
eastern Kentucky mountain towns
to Kort Gay, Va eight miles ovcri Mrs. Elizabeth Beeson of Tal-
i I lie Kentucky line, where the em entertained at i l o'clock (Un
classes will all be held In the fore
noon. This will be the serious
purl of the conference, and at this
Kiong und Sunday
I flii.uuiii iicccssarj' iu hccuio u Rumi i imi,t ui mi iwun muun turn mm , ... , . .. . . ,(rnilA . l ---- -
and Bobbie Dodge and Rich- jedl in E. O. MrCormick, vice-',. , ,,. ,,, ,,,, , ,hl. .,,. i,a , ,,,OJ ,.,.,.. -""'"l tapitalualion of ?.,.,(K)U. , tireucliersi have assured the credit- ner at her homo veslerdav. Mr.
am biewari. also deserves exira president or the Southern Pacific; (a(.tory.ma(le type, according to been dammed by outpourings of' ,,, . ' " . ! "'"t a "haven of safely" will) and Mrs. George liobison. Mrs. C.
railroad, who readily promised in ,hc ,.nitp(1 Ktae8 Del)artment of lava, but the lake itself lies in a
j W. Mi Kiblioii and Mrs. John Koli-
Among the advertising cars and behalf of the railroad to donate'
Agriculture, which has made a structural depression-a dropped-. ,, . . , ', - I ' rt'1"'11
,,,,, he tho most successtul business I ,.,
iitiwlv of the hat tvima of Hi-Ipi-s b ock of the e;irt is ri-usl i i l,ul-
ty farm bureau ex.-liauge, said to ,..,.,.,. Uw.,arft arious molln-' ison were the guests.
lessons, talks of ,i8. futures of especial mention is the - the necessary frontage off their L,v f the ,,est ,vj,eg of driers Mock of the earths' crust
mday school work wiir""8ls'"-C' U ,'00nlis' B,0re " Property from the Ashland hotel to home ufle ThR ,Iepartnient The prehistoric Lake Ta
be given bv comnetent teachers.!"16 Boudvard- un(1 represented the Water street corner, provided ! .. ... market M.M- ,, laiger and deeper than the nres
a corps of whom have been se-;b)' Henry Pace d,'esse'1 a" a" i lhey shou1'1 ,,ot be bl"lleel b' a r,rice about five times what it ..it lake, according to tho I'nited:
cured for the week. After the!A,ub rid,B fl"e horHe' and ; ll,e 8,,eet improvement and side-1 w(iUl(, cost t0 construct a gatlsfac- Slates Geological Survey, Depart-;
organization of farmers in the
west. At u meeting hero at which
preliminary plans for Incorpora
tion were laid George Mansfield,
.. .... ........ i...n..i..0 tt.o ...... ..n, i . ' nresident of t ie Jackson coiintv
however, school- , s B ,c""ln"n"' tory substitute nt home. While ment of the Interior. During the' , .,,...
"lets loose." Then the girls mny! 1 "' Tbe Houck C0,nPr nas for over the Interest which gardeners are Neocene epoch and the earlier, '
have just as much fun as they! The Overland-Marcy was the fifty years been good rentable! t.u,.vwhf.1B mafe8tlng in In- part of the Pleistocene epoch ils , "" d '
hh. For this week Miss Carl-ibtst "ertisement for a garage property which has always hereto-! 8M, food productloB 8hould . vnter stood much higher .ha..; , ' C""" """" '
ton has planned the afternoon I or ueuey' belMR verjr tettily ' ,or ",,,ce1 a ratrer excessive tlK-mM , increased use of driers, now, but in its overflow It has " , "' , ,ho "f 1
lien our w I n a new car himi wiiue'rir on flint tirniipriy in nnv in. .. . .... ..... ... .... . .....
us are dens of iniquity!
lurroutlon. In .a u u,.,.co fr "c"u"1 """- -' -ui. i.r. on nun pioperiy ... any si- ,i,.(mt hxllove. that n since cut Ilii-oiiuM Hie b.v:i ilmo.-. . .
. . iniDD Mtwl ill tt-hiP.1 WPI-O Vlll ill P ' a... ,.to,. nnanliulUnii .....1 kiia o l . . ' lll'I'SOII
the girls, nnd much anticipation i n,..,.,... ..t(,v,... ...... iar(!e money expenditure for B.icli that maintained it at Unit heiglil
and that fire and brimslone Is f' ' '' f - ' ' v "
coining from the sky to destroy ACCESSORIES ITEM IX V
these places. Tlio preachers fix! Sl'MMEHY WARDROBE v
u definite day for the event. Pen-; "
ilu seize their children and all1 " "' l"'giii--t Robe,
household goods that can be car-i1 Written for Tnited Press) -V
ried in bags und bundles and hiei ' '' " " " ' ' ' ' v ' '! s
tliuuselves hurried'y to the "ha- NKW VORK Wearing overalls
veil of rest," ' K'ngham frocks isn't going to
Louisa, center ot important oil ll"'11" 111,1(11 111 "ll' smnmer girl's
"KfHt in niarketingj drilling industries is the latest lil un economic saving.
It evinced over the sport in store 10l,r sirls' Tne Wlll,e Star "ndjw'""' b(,p" ob!,ta'le in t,le con- equipment ordinarily is not nec- District beaches that mark the tor-
ot tho Oregon Agricultural col- ,,. d,.s,nll.i()ll. 8core!)l A dress is a small part indeed
: Automotive were also there, only sideration of the street widening
: a. little less pretentious.
project. It would no doubt have I
essa ry .
. mer high levels of the lake stand .
lege, and ('. J. Iliird, county
have lied the town. Some one set
in tlie smart female's wardrobe
'a'i-llt lender for vi-t.sli.rn IIi-mi-oii .... .... tliuU ,t..-u it'., il... Iinl.. tl.l.,..
.. . . . ... ...... ..... .......... " " " (1 11 HIT luiwilpr I ilMl 111 II pi' r .n .'ij-i- ii it hid urn. iiiini,-i
i,.i,1, . ' ' 1 r or me ueneni ot inose wnu aooui iu leei aiiove us preseni , , , . , .. . , . . " . - ..........
the; Am0nB Rpedal f"at"re9 worth'b o the Present instance. fer to make ther owll drierS: surlace. but the water doubtless 7" MV ' aU ""''"me. .ausiug some people to run ' count and also coun. up-All
Erl' xcept that Mr. Pierce and Harr,-L,e departmPnt ,,., I)llblished ,,- once stood at even greater, """""" """B ""' ur'"ll"""l- ;tl.o lull eight miles to Kort Gay.;lb f'-'nating ami cosily acces-
Mr FrOHl. UK CeoreA Washilie- ' onn &.nOim.a 'tma fniurnr.l I - ... .... .
' " : v-...- . " tree distribution namnhlets con- iii igius. At lahoe city tlio most , v
ion. promptly ana agreed to donate to i . i....-i,i ir. .. ,,,nn-. r n..... i.,..,i.uu iu ,' . .
, - - lumiiift iic.uiivi iiii.il oi.iiiuii wi" 'H..1IH.I .iivn.T ui uiiirn .o .. , J.JIV
A. Wilshiro died Monday,
11 Ik said other people, not caring "ur!e tll"t u'" s0 charming and
Arrangements have been madoi
for prizes to be offered to
best stories written by the girls;
in camp this week. A first prize'
pi io. j win ue given lor me. ., ., ,...,,... ., .. . , ........ """"' ................. ..... . .. juiy u, a. naieni aner an innessi. . , i n iiiiiii..i-. iiiuiv i.iuu i,.bii,,..,
best SI 50 for the second and DO ' "0""',l,,c clly "m 0IMJ lneu Mnwna the subject. One of the driers' tenace that stands 35 to 40 feet c -.lldillK 0ver mane years For ,own Pros,,m,"" 1,1 1,18 a-', - 7""-"
.' . ' .. ... - , : InRton. .hotel frontage necessary to the ; rn,n.Bn,i(),i i. ,Bii Pnv.ml pul nlovn tlm level of ih l-.ke ri iRi ., . ' lone." Hundreds are terror I "llllt' nncKies. callings, peilunies.
ctn Is for tho third. The girls r, , ,. .. . , ! . , . ' , recommenued is metal coveieu anu ai.oe tne ieei oi tne lase. u is the past month ho had been lail-; , l.i-n.li 1S iuiruu.1. v..n.
I'r. Jams, as Napoleon. s reet w den lie but so they .. .,.. a . ... .1.1 .. i.,....i. .i.. t..i... . s i cken. ,i uieieis, iiagb, pmubols, eils,
competing will wiito their stories: u. ., . . -iiiiu, p , ,,nnn i.ibhto m ii"i un a - ni "-": " nig rapiiny ami Mrs. Wiisiiiro Had
" " ORieei. hi uL.ii.no 'illlMI, , II f,,.,,,, leu n.i Tnvern in ill t.
for tlie "harcn of rest," have gone
.1 ....U !. ... 1. 1 ...111 l.A
iiiiuukii iiio weeiv ami win uv .. i0..iD l, ....,.. .... . ...
Judged and passed upon before K,ly "ma,"'s u,e ,,ellslve cookstove drier, also
guugeu ana passca upon iitioiti hi p,.nf.h f a necomnanv-: n,.u r..o n,-.,i Mio ...-Mom 1 ... ' . .
the conference ends. All manner , . .... . ' .' ' .. recommended, is made of lath.
gone to Salem several weeks "K svi.tLLER INSTITUTION'S
irresistible and dear. The fans.
I ribbons, scarfs, beads, canes and
of delightful thing? are in store
foi this conference, and those at
tending are most enthusiastic over
TIIWKH HELPERS possible this parade
winter use, thus materially reduc
ing the food bills of the coining
That a parade, the size and suc
cess of the Monday one, should
have been originated and worked
out iu less than a week's notice,
Is, we think, worthy of greater
publicity in its report than that al
leady giTen it. '
ing Joan of Arc. I might not once again fall
Dr. McCracken, riding in mill-; through as It has many times be
tary uniform with the National fo.e.
Guard, and Fred Homes assist- i At the last meeting of tlie city
inc. as marshal. iccuncil Tuesday evening the may-
Kspecially fine Is the spilrt which : ,. n,i council by unanimous vote
Uo accepted the purchase of the
it for Ashland," was surely the, Houck corner on this condition
slogan, for which every heart ln-,Em made full provision for hand
ttrested, everyone worked wlth';p the property and for wlden
a will, and with no thought of re-i,R (he street In due course ot
numeration. And so to those who ,uH.iess.
so generously gave of their time Tentative plans for the latter
and to those who worked hard, j nave been made and will consist
though perhaps as silent mein-'i,, removing the corner where the; thing to do is to have proper toot
hers, and to those whose names Houck building now stands, then wear. Get the shoe plenty wide,
may inadvertently have been widening the street from that comfortably loose when wearing
A special course In Plays and1
llo be with him. Mr. Wilshin' was
1 the cigan't cases!
6o years of line, and lout hi-eii I'm-
wire screen, and canvas or heavy! ""'" "emit Ke ny -"iss mjny V(ll.s a m)m , iiiin(,v
unbleached muslin. With either!1"1' 'illlsll' 01 tllB Summer (iU
ol these articles much of the car-! sc''o1 at 11 o'clock every morn-ilis h , .
be taken to Portland for burial
In tho family plot. Surviving Mr
den's surplus can be conserved for! 111 lhu l)a, k' " "-cieation
course intended for children ol
all ages. Couching is given in
The Outdoor Boy His 1'i'cl
For the boy going on a hike,
whether it is to last six hours or
six days, there is nothing more
important than keeping the feet
in first class condition. The first
To the tireless nnd unfaltering
effort of Mrs. C. H. Vaupel, chair-, omltte(I from tns Mport both tne ' point tQ Water 8,reet about e,ght ! wQolen g)oe be
man of the float and especial feu-; colmnittee nlld the pleased thou-j feet, to be taken from the Pierce- high enough to prevent dirt from
tines committee, associated with Bal.d!) w10 witnessed the parade, Harrison property and the South- entering the shoe, about 5 inches
J. H. Fuller, to whom the Mon-. wou.,i cive sincere thanks for a'opn Pncific nrnnnrtv. Tim tn-l li-i. ..m i..... n.i.
- " t J 11IKI1 Will UD lUllllll UrSl, I IIU
fool walk now located along these' 8hoo should be light, but durable
properties will be narrowed some-1 with a thin, strong sole and soft
Wilsliilo are his wife, .Mis. Mary
Wilshire, and daughter Pearl of
Ashland, and Kail ami Kenneth
Wilshiro of Lake county.
tci.nis, basket ball, volley ball.
Iiatt-liall, Indoor baseball and
other games of interest to chil
dren. There is no admission fe"
foi tho course anil all parents are Circuit Coin-I.
in god to send their children to I Anglo-California Trust Co. vs.
lake part in the sports. In case ' Oregon Gas ti Elm trie Co. et nl.
of inclement weather the cluH'Nu"re; .,,
Marie .Smith vs. (Veil Smith,
will bo held in the Adinury. Summons.
Every one interested iu litem-j li. J. Conroy vs. Orran Iiuggan.
I urn should hear in mind (lie two . Summons.
I'OH I'OltEKi.V STl'DEN'TS Hankies have reached a degree
I NIVEItSlTY OK OREGON, Eil-jo? sheer perfection as to make
gene All attempt is to bo niade'them really too beautiful for any
during the coming year to direct i earthly use. Perfectly adorable
foieign students to the smaller ones of colored linen are hand-ein-lirst
class institutions ot higher! bieidercd Iu pastel tinted posies
learning throughout this country am! cross-stitched around the rut
in preference to those of larger led hems and run with colored
size, according to Stephen P. Dug-, tin ends. They are as much works
nan, director of the Institute of'of art as any thing done on ran
Inleruational Education, who vis- j v.i.s. though they are done on lie
Iter the I'liiiersity of Oregon re-Jen. A lovely one of yellow linen
icctly. 'm rross-st itched around Ihe rolled
Mr. Iiuggan feels that the for-1 edge in black anil has a tiny has
cign student, Iu intending onlyict In one corner overflowina;
the large institulions of the couu-nilh wee pink roses and for-get-t
i-y, fails to appreciate the Anier-1 .lie nots exquisitely embroidered:
ii-iiu Ideals, such as could be I another of Nile greer. has a wreath
u.iutro' ni,,.Q I... ll.. F..wl......
' , op et al. Summons.
Herchtolil, classes In which com-1 i .1M n,,..,,
iir. Co . vs.
Robert ilolzgaug vs. Annie Bish- gained by attendance at a smaller, of pink rosebuds and one of old
Cny parade had been turned over,
11 3 splendid success is due.
Working with Mrs. Vaupel was
Sirs. Hal McNair and the follow
ing chairmen of sub-committees:
Mrs. Fred Homes of the God
dess of Liberty float.
task well done.
AN INTERESTED MEMBER. !
SMIT KAN' SAVES MONEY.
what, possibly two feet, giving n
ten-foot additional width to the
street there with an eight foot
Final papers will be signed us
I From an insurance rate amount
' itif,- to $80 per thousand to not li
Mrs. Charles Pierce of the Elks", jp; s qute a drop, but E. J. Do-, soon as the city uttorney passes
float and Mrs. C. B. Lamkln, who j 11L.fclli president of the Whitman title to the Houck property, also
planned the King's Daughters'
oil leather or canvas uppers. Some
prefer a heavier shoe but it Is
well to remember that the work
of lifting heavy shoes several
thousand times a day there are
somewhat more than 2000 steps
to the mile is quite an Item. A
nif nce this morning at 10 o'clock , F. Fuller. For iniiinctiou.
in the lower room of Pioneer hall. S"m B. Ilarr vs. Ida Burr. Dl-
A Chaulauqua ticket or a Siimmpr;,ole'"
School registration curd will ud- Probnto C t.
mil you to these lectures. Incuse! Est. Samuel If. Diil'lield. Proof
von havo neither, we have a spe-iof publication.
I'inl nmniloil rule tn suit ! George P.
institution located in a rural ills-: blue a garland of purple violets,
liict. It is to be Ihe aim of Hie I Other hankies have ceased to be
institute of which he is head, In Ion the square and are offering
diiect these foreign students to I themselves tn chic noses iu the
I lie smaller institutions, at least most fantastic shapes oblong,
lor their initial year. t-val, round and diamond shaped.
These odd shaped affairs are usii-
float, for the Presbyterian church.
The float of the Epworth
Counly Farmers' Union, of Oakes-ree deeds to the Ashland hotel j stiff sole is more slippery than a
dale, Wash., assertB that the smut-1 and, Southern Pacific frontages, thin one and Is lluble to blister the
collecting fan devised by the ex-1 What will be done by the city with , feel because of this stiffness. For
League of the Methodist church j perts of the I'nited States Depart-1 Houck corner has not been defi- ha.d, rough work un oil-top
was under the direction of Mr. und mf nt 0f Agriculture has done that j nltely setled, but the general opln- j leather shoe, well oiled and cared
.nirs. tan rra.ey, uazei roweu or him. Moreover, llis wheat,; ion seems tu favor ot wrecking i for, will be found best. Stiff soles
nnd Mrs. Clary. j threshed from very smutty grain, I the- building to street level and are good only for rough rocky soil
The Auxiliary put on an espe-iSOid at a discount of only 1 per ; Ic rebuild thereon a neat concrete and mountain work,
cially fine flout under the d(reojcent. building In harmony with the The kind of socks or stockings
tlon of Mrs. Sam McNair, Mrs. E Addressing a farmers' meeting , large new sructure of the Ford'u luat n in.norimii m.a simes
At the first rehearsal of the
Est. William .1. Virgin.
H. Bush, Mrs. Ray Murphy andar Walla Walla, Wash., Mr. Do-: garage to cover the balance of
Mrs. A. C. Briggs. r.cen told his audience. "I start--the block, the new city building
The beautiful float for tliejed threshing on the worst place to be used for offices to relieve
First National Bank was planned 0n my farm, where the grain con-1 the congestion at city hall quar
by Miss Aileen Walker and Hazel j tallied from 17 to 20 per cent of ters across the Tlsza.
Towell of that bank, assisted by I snlut heads, and by using the smut
fan tun the smut out through a ( HAl TAi gi A OPENS
Mrs. Hal McN'air and also by Mr.
and Mrs. V. V .Mills, who donat- ri,)C 10 Inches in diameter. At
ed their car for (hat purpose. first the smut was simply scat
The float for the Relief Corps, tared over the field, but later we
which was the car of Mrs. Geo. nut the end of the nine under the Giuqiiu for 1920 will occur Fri-
Hoblson, beautifully decorated, stack, thus preventing the spread ; ''"X evening, July 16, and will
was represented by Mrs. Howard ; 0f the smut spores. jpietent Arloine Andrews Scutti,
(piesident of the corps), Mrs. Co- "We ran the machine for 31 ; tho splendid contralto singer, who
der, Mrs. John Mills, Mrs. Geo. days and had no fires or explos-i 'nl K'ye tne '""cul prelude.
Mathews and Mrs. Geo. Robison. j ,-,ns, although there were 10 ex-j Tlle lecture entertainment by
Among the beautifully decorat-j plosions in the district last year, i Ju'1"1 Ceason Nayphe, a brlllant
ed private cars were those of Mrs. 1 sold the wheat at only 1 perly0"1"-' Athenian youth, Is a won
C. H. Vaupel in "Tho Cradle Roll"; tent discount, whereas without "ei 'ul Illustrated portrayal of Or
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McNair and the smut fan I would have been J iell,al ,and8 and ' 8 lpliBht to
tiny daughter, and the car of Hen- (io-ked at least 10 cents a ' everyone, young and old.
The particular variety depends
on just what kind of hiking vou
expect to do. If it is in the woods
where the air is cool and where
the feet mny be damp part of the
1 time, a heavy woolen stocking Is
beBt, as it will not only protect
ry Barneburg, in which were rid
ing Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Mitchell
nnd little girl, and Mr. and Mrs.
J A very rich vein of gold-bear-'
! iufc ore was reported struck re-
KHIDAV, Jl'LY li the feet from bruiBes but will also
I keep the wearer from catching
The opening program of Cl.au- l,d f h aUmM l.,mp.
If one Is walking ever hot roads,
thin woolen stockings are belter
than cotton ones.
Never start on a long hike with
dirty or sweuty feet. The feel, as
well as the stockings, should he
carefully washed before starling
out every morning or a new pair
of stockings should be worn. Am
an extra pair could hardly be car
ried for each day of a long hike
it may be well to carry one exira
pair, changing and washing every
day. July Boys' Life.
(immunity t horns much onthusi-;of publication and order.
sin was shown lust evening and Est. Kntherine A. Murray
h' chorus promises to do some ' ceipt.
,... , . , .; Est. Caroline Bellinger,
good work. There is plenty "f 1 tlml alld 0,,,er.
room, however, for fifty or sixty'
more members and we will not be
satisfied until we fill the uppei
room In Pioneer hall. Mrs. Syl
vain Provost was elected to the
piesidency ot the chorus, Mrs. J.
H. Fuller was chosen vice-president,
Mrs. H. P. Holmes secretary
Minis. Admitted' Ashland Company ot the Na- uy developed with tiny centers
tiei.nl Guuril is making u uume 0f sheerest linen finished with
Proof . uKt,f at ,h almua encamp-1 wide edgings of gossamer footing.
1111 nt, according to David W. lla- Tnt. craze tor tho Oriental ami
en, special correspondent for the I especially the Egyptian note Iu
I'ortland papers, who is at the t1(, ,m has brought to haul
camp, Willi the boys. He Blutu.i i.tnny novel bracelets of gayest
that the Ashland company Is J ,.;,,, KH. fsually of some com-
Edith M. Peebles, et vir to Hor-! "...king u good record iu destroy- j posiliou to stimulate coral, jade,
bert If. Sargent, W'.i or NW of ing targets, and that next Friday lap is, ivory, jet and turquoise inat-
H-.I8-2W. liny will fire targets. Seven hun-liix. thev are worn in coniinnenrs
. C. TEM.MOV
COMES TO MEDI'ORD
Crawford C. Lemmon, former-
Trie car of Mr. Finley, wonder-i cently on the Montgomery claims, ly owner of the Hood River Pro-, WANTS LICENSE TO TOTE
tally piled with wild flowers and; near Gold Hill, while T. D. Mont- j duce Exchange at Hood River and, PISTOL SO HE CAN SMoKK
gen-cry was doing assessment - who for several years was con-j .
work. This new mine is in tbejncrted with the Pacific Fruit and: CHICAGO. Ferris Brown.
Keuben district. The vein is; Produce company at Kennewick, ; lacemaker at Zion City, petitioned
four feet across, and the average 1 Wash., and other northwestern .State's Attorney James G. Welch
ferns, and pretty girls, was es
The plan of having the pageant
feature as part of the .parade was
arranged and provided for by Mrs. 'of four assays made at the Gold points, has been named field man
7. H. Johnson and Mm. C B. Lam-' Bug mine shows gold values ofjager for the Oregon Growers' as
kin, and was most effective. The f 36.31 8 per ton. This vein ap-! sociatlon at Medford. He will
private cars carrying the G. A. R.j pears to be an extension of the handle pear and apple shipments
find covered only with the national California mine on the north. jfrom the Rogue River valley:
of Luke county for a iter mil to
carry a revolver so he can smoke
unannoyed. A loaded gun is a
necessary adjunct rt the smoker's
kit In Zlon City, he states.
conference with Governor Olcotl
and other prominent Portland
men Director Stephen A. Mather
of tho national park service stated
that tho hotel at Crater Lake is
Inadequate und that a more mod
ern hostelry must be built. Di
rector Mather made it emphatic
thul the people of Oregon should
take Immediate st"ps to provide
a hotel at Crater Lake capable of
accommodating Ihe throngs of
That a hotel of :iir'u magnitude
It. A. Newland, et ux, to R. II. , ,1 (...,,,,. .,1,.,,,, ..,..,,11 un.lif .... ,1 o ,.n r .u,-t
Toft, Lot 7, block 1, Imperial 1 ' ...... ,
add. to Medford. : I olonel (reed t. Hammond re- hues to add a striking color nolo
It. Edwards to R. A. Newland. ; ports there are no cases of serious to the short-sleeved arm. With
Lot 7, block 1, Imperial add. to illness nor have there been any gav strands of varicolored beads
.1. il. 0. I. since their arrival. Next anu earrings lo match, to say
Sclurduy there will be general re-! nothing of a cigaret case and 11
viiw of Oregon troops for Gov- long cigarel holder of bright tint
einor Ben Olcott. Colonel Denl-, ed composition as well, it is a close
lor of the regulars is inspector race whether the summer girl thus
accoutred looks more like an
; Egyptian city or a Christmas tree.
and treasurer, and Chester Muc- j ,.,ir,,-,
Cracken librarian. The chorus; a. B. Chapman, et ux, to Jack
rehearses only twice 11 week and 'son counly. Right of way over
there is no admission fee so come. "', '"--' -;2W'- '""J'
'V. II. Chapman, et ux, to Jack
cut and show your utmost en-' rolllllVi nm 0r way over
I luialnom li 1 :.. lit 1 J f. '1 11 9 V tlOU
Z fl. R Kaylor io ArilVKeVnsWi"' troop,
I, At a!of 2-tl-.'!W. $11100
Mary Edwards to It. A. .ew-, .-h.-uk,, in.es uiuna ...iu mr, Uy ,,m waJ. u js m) .,,,.,.
land. Lot 7. block 1. Imperial Asliliind Iron Works lust night anil ' tl l.p ( . si.,,1B ... niiL. ..,.
... .1 ... ir.tr. t.-.i ...- .. .i .....i..
ir L' ii in Will,. Slor.si " '' in France. Almost ell of these
Smith SK of NE of NV r.-.'i-lV.t"u,''lls 1111,1 Jn.pers from there, I composition articles as well as
R. II. Toft, et ux. to Ellen Mm-, In for the workmen. En-j mlv ,jke parusol ti)g uld
phy. et vir. Lot in. iiiock .. nui.-jiraiiro was miiiio uy urcuKing in indies, tops for bags, combs
I In- hack door or the Building. A
-..t.l I.I .n i..,lr,.nl
ii.isiiiii ii. ............. i ue iihck uoi.r in .lie omul ng. a , i,.u ,i, , i, ..i ,
Walter S. Henderson, et ux. to, ,i. U"- M "ie most
Judil S Fish. SW of C. .15-1 K. " Ux" 'oM"r WJS '" """he.lic of tints are made from a
ir,00. an old pair of overalls, evidently tl(llllt.,l C(M t,OHit j,,,, , .,,.,,
Certificate of Title to Omar Ok- disiarded for better garment.. milk pavs the major part A!
HeZl o'rc'hards """" " W" " ,n,h- foUmlry' Ye" I mott Munchausenlike it ti.-st
"r.rtlf"to of Title to Walter "d" a " at """! seems the assertion that these ar-
Johnson Parr, et ux. Lot !. block o.ks and asked to be donated a, lsic ciBrt.t Iu,d(.ri) purse tos
2, Tuttle's first add to Medford ai, of overalls, and the garments . ,,, of mat(.ria, ,ike avv
i i vn iiraiH im imw m vir in in rii. wro . . .
cannot bo made to pay wasthe erg Brothers. Lot 5, Gold Rang.. ".ZZ T,YS,.Tl !
"'uii.- . :. . .... ....... .... , ... i ' ' -
Certificate of Title to Henry li ':- iiui""e.. .un, miiii.ru "' Iquite
Chi.lester. et ux. Lot !, block 1. ft the situation had been sued
isunrise Home Park add. to Med- Ul My ,, H(tPrnoon visitor.
Certificate of Title to Thomas .1
reply of Mr. Alnsworth, hut Direc
tor Mather said that he was so
confident that a hotel would be
a good Investment that he per
sonally stands willing to risk
$all00 on the enterprise.
Governor Olcott told Director
Mather that he is ready to accept
his challenge und that he would
takr. Immediate steps to present
tho proposition before the public
and raise the necessary funds lo
provide the park with one of the
best hotels on the Pacific coast.
Fuson. W 25 feet of lot S, E. 25
Log and lumber production in;
a simple and satisfactory
process of modern science. So
easy indeed has it become to turn
milk into trinkets that the Bibli
cal miracle of turning water into
r..t of lot ft block 1 Medford Oregon and Washington may b'! . '
reet or lol . in oik i. .i.io.o. ii. .... .. ' wine would create much more of
seriously Interfered with by the;
Random Extensive improve-' ,rtaK() fP oi
nirnlit to lie made on lower Co-
nuill- i Clatskanie to hare modern fire i Iin "twi r"n 1 l'P- Pided
a furor in this arid era. Indeed
Ihise days, though there he many
proof bunk building.
the cup were filled with milk, it
; Ik apt to find itself eventually at
ALBANY Hundling of fruit
by cannery Impeded by lark of, Llnn county richer 75.27 this the lip iu the form of a cigaret
vtar than last. : is lixe as noi.