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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1920
. Water Prospectors Advocate
Installing Small Reservoirs
BOY 8COIT8 OFF
- KOtt 2 WEEKS CAM I
Last Monday night thirty-five
CATTLE WILL BE . jO. C. TIFFAXV DIES ' ! CLAIMS 'ASHLAND
SOLI) AT Al'CTIOX IX POHTLAXI WATERS AHEAD OF
Cattlemen throughout the coun- Oliver C. Tiffany, a (ormer well I SHASTA SPRINGS
eager young Americans met i a ; ty have practically unanimous-j known anil highly respected clti-
ne tpworui league rooms 01 tue ly decided to try out the auction i zen or Ashlund, died Saturday
Water shortage Is becoming the. ervoirs that am practically made cnure"' -aeu ue naai 8i"a system in the marketing 01 1 morning at the home of his daugo-
lcadlng topic in Ashland, as this! tor this purpose bv the' hand 0fibr0UB"1 his bIunkctB 1""t kit ,0,'beef cuUl8- A en?ni discussion ter, Mrs. Lester M. Leland. at
yearseea the 'city vuter supply at' nature " la U' W ' cnmnln" "'l'- Atler' of the old system of cattle and tlifi Portland, after au illness extend-
the lowest ebb It has ever beer.! Accordingto the opinion of these1 lhe ,)!,ck" Woro '"."i'ted they j points involved in undertaking j in over about one week. Lobar
within the history of the munlc- prospectors the acquisition of "em numB l" um" eany l"jl,le u,lct""1 8'stem w" '0Dl pneumonia was the cause of Mr.
ipallty, ut least since the es lab- several reservoirs holding, say
liuhment of u wnler system. Not- from 25,000.000 to 60,000,000
withstanding the cHiaeng are put gallons of water would be the best
on water rations the supply is ap- plan adopted by the city. "And
pnrently dwindling more and morei these reservoir sites area already
oach duy, ninl on!; the prospect ! spotted," Mr. Smith remarked
Promptly at S a. in. the follow
ing day assembly was pounded in
front of the city library where
cut at the meeting of cattlemen .Tiffany's death. The deceased
In a copy of the Colville,
Wash., Examiner which recently
fell into the hands of C. II. Cham
berlain of this city, a very inter
esting write-up appears of a mo
tor trip that was recently made
by an attorney from that city to
San Francisco. In recounting the
various attractions that came un
der his observation the tourist has
that, according to all precedents,
the full rains will start within a
month or sn keeps Ashland house
holders from feeling much con
cern over the low water condi
tions. In order to Investigate condi
tions on the watershed a pros
pecting party consisting of E. F.
Smith, Charles King und Robert
further. "These would answer the
purpose udmlrably.' not only for
domestic use In Ashland, but
would supply a plentiful amount
of water each year for irrigating
the lawns, gardens nud small fruit
orchards in the city limits.
"Everyone knows there is wa
ter enough runs down the streams
lor upwards of eight months In
held a few days ago, showing the, had been a resident of Ashland
many viewpoint? and different for about 29 years. He was for a
angles to the proposed new sys-: number of years an elder in the: the following to sav of Ashland
the Boy Scouts were ready to .tern of marketing under this plan. (Ashland Presbyterian church and1. "Ashland, however, is enti
niarcli to Lake of the Woods. It will make it possible for the was active In Sunday school work, j "Ashland, however. Is entitled
Scout Master John Rlgg formed , cattle to be sold at home, and In .where he taught a large class of! to special notice for her splendid
I hem In line and they marched off! stead of the different packing, boys, who hold the memory of'rark of umiroxinmtelv 100 acres
Casey returned lust week from an the year to irrigate the whole
eight day tour of Mount Ashland! Rogue River valley If It were prop
ii nil adjoining peaks to see whatU-rly conserved," Mr. Smith stat
the outlook is for a better water ! ed further. "Many people fear
supply in the future. These men ; the erection of a huge reservoir
looked over the field in that Bec- up the canyon for fear or it burst
tlon carefully, examined the rock ling some duy and flooding the
formation, looked into the feed'! city. While those cusuatlies have
era from the snow-tlad peaks und 'been known to happen tbey are
J very rare. Anyway It is not nec-
lirospected the soil.
"Nature has done everything j essury to build one big reservoir,
she can to give Ashland water," . Our opinion in looking over the
remarked Mr. Smith on his re- field Is to build four or five
nun a cueering sons. I hey rol-i companies having representatives. Mr. Tiffany in great respect. He
lowed the Pacific highway to the; tun over the county for a week, 'was also identilied with the de
Dead Indian road, then along thut visiting the different lots of cattle' velopment of Ashland, and among
road to Spencer's, whero they several times, under this plan the; the standing memorials of bis
camped for tho night. I buyers will all come on one day I handiwork are the stone wall sur-
At Intervals during the march j und the rattle wil be graded and rounding the Presbyterian church
Mr. Rigg commanded a liult and I corralled. ! und manse, and the concrete walk
rest, seeing that each scout lay flat. They can look them over at one 'and steps at the new Chautauqua
on his back and relaxed, giving; time, and in oue day, see all the building. This l itter was done
the greatest possible rest to the 'cattle that are ready for market1 by Mr. Tiffany two years ago.
D0(y- on the day of the sale. I Three years ago Mrs. Tiffany
That afternoon about 4 o'clock This will be a great saving In j tiled, and Mr. Tiffany at that time
the first commissary truck begau time and expense to the packers I gave up his Ashland home and
to load the provisions for the . Und us soon as the farmers' cattlm went to Portland where he had
set on a gentle slop? along a riot
ous stream, which is not a river
dud yet too large tot a creek. The
shade Is under rMeuding oaks,
maples, alders and hemlocks light
ed at night by thousands of elec
tric bulbs hung through boughs.
Cias is piped through the grounds,
and plates of two burners may be
had for a 24 hour period for 25
cents; otherwise the grounds are
free. The open sward is parked
mid native and domestic flowers
are cultivated in great profusion
camp. The first slop was at H.jare ready to sell, they will know j made his home with his daugh-jwe saw no prettier roses than
u. tuueis ihuih, wane a craieiWlut they are going. to get for ter ever since. Funeral services, these.
There Is a zoo on the
grounds populated with elk, deer
and native birds.
A number of soda springs
ot oranges wne r;ccvel, a gilt to, them. i were held in Portland yesterday
the Scouts; then !50 loaves of These sales are in operation on ' morning, conducted by Rev. Nu
bread were taken on ut tho Lithiaja larger scale in northern Call ! tent and assisted by Rev. Strange,
bakery. The balance of the load fomla and are proving very sue-; a former pastor of the Ashland i have been brought Into large caae-
wts cneckea on at the htate Ex-jcesstul.. A committee of three, Presbyterian church. The body inents of concrete and glass, and
"The only thing she tWsmaH reservoirs, then draw on ...una.,,. , consisting ot J. J. Murphy or Asn-i was orougni to Ashland this j mineral waters which am agreeu-
. i ...,, ...m u.-ru ,mb success-1 lainl. chairman; Mileb Cantrall morning and Interred by the side j lily sheltered in the forestry of
fal bidder for the following sub-0f Ruch, und E. C Hamilton of j of his wife, sou and daughter who , the park flow in abundance, and
stantlal list of niuscla and fat pro- jiedford was appointed to have j preceded him to the grave. Brief! sufficient to supply a small city,
decing foods: Icharge in conjunction with the committal services were conduct-' At an expense, we were told, of
2 case tomatoes, .100 lbs. pota-Farm Bureau ot these sales over ed at the grave by Rev: C. F. 1 1175.000 u lithia s ring has been
toes, 60 lbs. onions. 40 lbs. rhe, the county. This committee will Koehler in the presence of a large 'piped in from a dl'iinnco of ten oi
liest head; 2 lbs. muccaroui, 10j,rohably attend two sales sched-j number of Mr. Tiffany's former' fifteen miles and gi. en free to the
1-gul. cans White Karo, 50 lbs. , ued at Redding for the first and friends and associates. The body! public on the park grounds. Those
bag beans, 100 lbs. best flour, 6 I necoiid of Seiteniher. All the cat-j was accompanied lure by Mr.. and j who know will make long drives
lbs. Royal baking powder, 10 lbs. tlemen are watching these sales,. Mrs. Leland and (laughter. 'in the heated scroll to avail
salt, 1 lb. Arm and Hummer soda, wih great interest. ; themselves of tlio good favor of
1 can best coffee, 18 tuns best ' , LosiXO RECITAL ! the ueonle of Ashland in niacins
not done is to supply storage vats them when the water gets low, as
for the immense amount of water' it bus this year. In this manner
that annlally runs down the creeks Ashland could be supplied with an
every spring und is lost. And she abundance of water the entire
lias even done this, in a measure. . year round."
All that is necessary is for man; The finding of the investigating
to wall these sites up a little ! committee will be brought before
ii ml turn the feedere into the res- j the council shortly.
i PIBLIC FOIU'M. S
COl'XCIL APPROVES D -I f 11
viewers n.NDixcs oraKes Gave Way
The city council at its regular f ma I'D A
meeting last night heard the uat-jv1 FlOUIfdfl f03U
ter of the proposed cotstructiou' n,. CJ,..-yJ Ui
of cement sidewalki on the south-j AC If. CUtYlu5 ilUfl
erly side ot Allison street between ! .
. u , , A party of Ash an d peop e yes-
O resha in and Vn on street. No oue . . , .....
annA . i ... ''day morning about 11 o'c oik
appeared to mako object on to the' ,. .,.
i,, oil wet with'a serious auto arc dent
proposed improvement, and the ., r i a-
. ,. ' , ' "" on the Dead Indian road as the.
council proceeded to consider a . ,
.ni..n . ,uu'u," were returning from a trip to th
resolution proTld ng for the cou- ,t ; ., ... ,
,..,. . T.i Lake of the Woods, when trt
st ruction of the cemeut s dewalk . , , ., , . . ,, ,
Th. ,Mi,..- . , brakes of the maclnue failed to
w . . 'eCeiVfd1''!aold. The party was composed
wo thlids ote at the first read- ot Kev. t. A. Kdv;ai.d8 d ,
.din. .Vn ,h "eCOUJ!ou, John Kdward,; I. C. Wilson
adoZ 0n Wi"'or ,he J,""or 'c""01' '""'
'. , , . ' Henry Elmore, son of II. T. El-
suLo h "'"' Objec,ions.oru,ore. and Cordon Walters.
0 v ow " T ",'n """I T"e "" W" C0'i
1 , v n'"KR I jH,,t t0 1116 ,0l"rt'"n ' ''
end "-'-curred. The brakes held about
! !, : e; , : ?e '"'"'i f "
ent pavement to Ashland street , .
,. ,. , , . . , " "Rel' grade near tho ton of the mouii-
nnd that part of Ash and street , ,, , .......
, ,. . tain, but at that in a the brake
extending from the Boulevard toL ,. ..... .
uriv. , . Save way and .Mr W son, who
Walker avenue, was a so brought .. , , , , ...
, ,, ., . ;as driving, was unable to hold
up ut the council meeting last .. . . ...
,., v ,, ,, B Bl , the machine with the use of com-
nlght. No objections or siigRes- ,.eMlioll
tions wore offered, und the report i ,.,, ', ..
, ... ., ' , .1 When he saw the mach lie was
of the viewers m tk ng suec a , , . .
,,. , ; fi """. gaining speed desiite his effort .
benerit assessnien's for the puv- ,,.,..., , , , ,
, , ,. . , , , he steered it into an embankment.
Ing of the streets was read ami , ., . .
.nn..i i . tearing they might crash into
approved by the comic I bodv. I ,,
.,.',,, i some other auto or that tho ma-
Another matter bMore the coun- , , ...
,.,,. , . "5lu,'lu"" chine might slinot over the em-
cil which was actnl upou was t he1, ,
, . , I , bankment on a curve Into the can-
iicuiuiK oi any ouieciions or Sllg-i
ireHlii.llfl rnl.itit'n I,. Iha ri,..ll..ftUl
of the viewers inridiut to the con
struction of the sewer on South
Orunite street. As no objections
were made to this report it was
approved by the beard of council.
The Social Realm
(JIVE IS WATER
Editor Tidings. Each year It
seems the need for water in Ash
land Is more and riore' apparent,
but never before has the necessity
been so great as this year. A re
cent trip down the valley dis
closed what water means to this
country at this season of the year.
In the Irrigated sections or those i
! (ioorge E. Slannurd celebrat
1 ed his nineteenth birthday Sun
, day at his home on the Boulevard.
A lew intimate friends enjoyed
! with George the delicious blrth
I day dinner prepared by his moth
er. He found at Ills plate a most
cocoa, 1 case large size Itorden " ASUKSTOS DEPOSITS , PLEASES AI D1EXCK the privilege of nature's cooling
milk, J5 lbs. sugar. 20 lbs. yellow V jackho.V COl'.VTV, Last evening In the Chaiitanquii beverages as a free gift; and, not
corn meal. 10 lbs. wheat hearts, a ii umber ot reqr-ests for ashes-' Auditorium occurred the first oit0 overlook the groat sulphui
25 lbs. best butter, 5 2-oz. ca.i8s )ro,erBH , 0,,gon have re. ,a series of two entertuiuinents ! plunge, as well,
pepper, 6 boxes matches, 50 lbs. ; tPIlMv be(,n receive(1 at the offlc, being given by the Chautauqui' j ' At home. Aslih nd is deuoml
Petite prunes, 125 lbs. hams, 40j()1 the . o As ;,su,mer School. j nated as tho Spa of the Pacific
lbs. bacon, 10 lbs. lard, 3 cases,,. , . i Tim demonstration of folk an.liulm.e hm n ......Ur . :,, ,,,. ,.),.
i ucoi Jn U(uis iii 111 U 11 JJIUCCH. 1 ' " i ..iwm....p
mostly in the serpentine areas of ue"lnellc uuuceH ollerea "Y !'lls'by those who have indulged In
yon below. The Machine shot
half Its length up the cnibank
meut and turned turtle, calehinr,
nil the occupants under it.
All escaped with minor cnts ami
bruises except Mr. EdwardsM-ni
received a serious wrench to his
I back. ,1. Edw. Thornton came
("All LOAD (ilANT j along In a very few minutes after
POWDER EXPLODES I the accident and brought Mr. Ed
A freight cur loaded with giant I wards home.' Dr. tlregg was suin
rowder blew up yesterday on the! moued, and he rmind no bones
I HlubU-,.1, ...,.IA ..a.... enl..tln I....L- A .... L'.l... I.. I. ..
h'11"" urai . uiraiiii,, nunrii .niu a) B ll. r.llwaitlS litis
wrecking three other cam. The only painful bruises and the
cause of the explosion could not j wrenched back. .Iiilin Edwards
be determined. NY one was hurt sustained several bad bruises uinl
wrenches, and was quite badly
burned with acid. John Henry
Klmore was also ladlv rut
Mid outside of some delay to pas
senger trains no material damage
60 dozen, ckcs.
The truck was we.ghed aml;thft ., . . . r,ln lof Miss Edith Lindsay was pleas.
found to have 1600 lbs. of meats! Evung ci.epk in(, a ointB i and entertaining, the work of
and groceries. Driven by Mr. Ne- ,J Jessie Thatcher, Mary Elmore and
Oalice district of Josephine conn-;611"8 n-,uo uelUB le'
ille it immedlutelv took the road
:ty; an-' In a number of places weuclablo. Miss Lindsay hersell
, liluuaulll unrnelun 1 1. iUn fnmii nf
J ii which plenty of water can be I . . . ' , , to camp,
..... . a gold watch, chufn and knife,
... . lt . . u 'also un wh
en,,,,..- ,u.0 M wn i,., I book' Ceorge wondered if these, " ,.... i nv' ... .-Iclnity of Canyon
... . . ; eugested he must make good ' 8Ild Pla.ie" Cltv , 0re.
an. flower beds and gardens Qf h .,tme orpr h,s second large truck which he!
thriving with p enty o water , at once commenced to load tl, Notwitllstll(Unp
Then return to Ashland, the flow-; .., , , ,, : the large tent and 1 sack of pota-! . ., , '
limn, miiua nioii iu, iiiiii iii.uiv , una nuuttii oreu reiices, me niaie
its luxurious benefits. Shasta
Springs, known the world over,
which possess not I, all' the uttrac
COl'XTV COl'KT PR(H'EEDIX(iSC.racc McDonald, wort in
The following Is u schodule of . P'P,',!'H l,r'l'
expenditures of Jackson countv.l Printing Co..
Ore., together with u list of the '"'"""i1-''
claimants and articles of service!'"""' rruiiiiouimi:.
for wh ih Hie c aim Is made ,.,! J"'iK"ieni iiocse,, cierg
which wero passed upon by the
County Court of ,'uckson Couutv
tions nor the virtues of Ashland H"""K momn 01 July' iri,
. . , , . . , . j The following hi s were allow-
Springs, we found privately owned o.i .... ........... .....
ptlonally nice pocket Mr ',,iM"' lM" ('onsidebl,! alon-'tt-'"ifewutors.of John-D-i ' Presented in mv,L (!nce. ! Uit in from the public by Uliowu.
ge wondered If these sniriln UI"' adjusting his niimer-j r,v V "':,lcin!ty of Cuny0I',j "Sparklets ," w,- V . (xceed- j prohibitive charm s. You may ICounty Court ami Commissioners.
Ingly well execuied i walk in and buy Shasta soda at A- rimer, t o. judge a.
Th nrliaf. lipt nl thn oe .wu .. ...,f..l I.... it I 841 rV t 150.00
" ' .-- . ...a ..,., ..... ,. .iTlnH, w. Himii
gram was given oy rroi. i.ei inu ,8i in on a Southern Pacific rail
fr of the Roguo River valley.
Ashland, with her dried up lawns,
trees shedding their leaves thru
lack of water, flowers that have
toes, 1 sack sweet corn and 2 boxes i
i of apples, a ift from our pro
' gressive citizen, Fred Wagner. The
Mr. and Mrs. Ellon Ileeson en- load was completed with the rolls
made Ashland's name for beauty: terlained a company of friends 01 bedding, camp kits, axes.
In southern Oregor drooping and at t1P. pleasant country liome' 8''ool9' "killets, ctew pots, dutch
('ying, ami covered with a veil oflleiir Talent last Sunday Those ove"1'. e,c-. including over 50
dust. It makes one's heart iichei .i, oi,i n, i.o.i,.i!.., r ' rounds of flutiiaok flour, mennred
lor Ashland, the beautiful.
j who enjoyed the hospitality of Mr.
j and Mrs. I'eeson were Mr. and
by some of the Scouts. When
Not only is the lack nf .wutei j jrHi Wells, Mr, and Mrs. Johnl"lis wag "" cn Including
rpparent to promote tho beauty Houston, Mr .and Mrs . J .A . Hoiis-I !r!co"t c"ldwel It weighed 2085
nl Ashland, but it ir. becoming ab-j tmii m,. .nnd Mrs William Hob- l",umls' truck was lute in get
i Bolutely essential Vi devise soine .tSi Ml.9 Elizabeth Ileeson and ' ti,1K lur,e'' bl,t wilh l,s headlight
means of oblalnin more for do-!jrnn Houston. making tho road bright and with
incstic purposes. At the present; , i its direful driver reached the
low water period those who live' 'J'lll lWDAV'S VPica I camp iu time for the boys to roll
iu the hill (list nets are almost
Observed Annlumuw I "H ' warm blankets for
destitute of water on days when j Yesterday was tho first anni-irilst niRllt ont-
the lower sections of the city ure j versary of the Ahland Laundry j Wednesday morning after un
being Irrigated. There are ninny , ,,iinr H present muiwgemeiit, eurljr brwkfast the troops niarcli-
liomes where only the merest linj to celebrate the event Mr. and ' eU ofr eagerly to their permrnent
trickle ot water comes from the'jra p jj French gave a lit tlt j 00 111 ' "le of the Wood",
faucets at these times. These i party among Hie employes at' Tlle two ,,llcks arrived there
jieople cannot get wuter ertmigh i which the served Ice cream. Only I ",'"t un(1 llllloa,'ed. Returning
for ordinary household usage, fori those connected with tho laundry! ",ny leacne,i Ashland at 3. p. in.,
several hours during the daysWPre present. reporting all well and having the
when Irrigation-Is carried on be- i j time of their lives.
low them. As for the question of Elected Officers At the camp reveille sounds to
irrigation on the hill districts, thai j Officers were elected nt the re-1 rise, dress in bathing suits and
Is iu many parts cf the city al-,cent meeting ot the '.V uen's! take a plunge in the Juke. Mess
Bureau of Mines is not aware that
p. single asbestos property In the
state has been sufficiently devel
oped that the bureau can even rec
ommend for examination by a
prospective operator. It is be
lieved that the increasing uses for
asbestos, together with the favor
able prices which prevail n( pres
ent warrant development of some
of our Oregon deposits.
A. Coon und Mr. W. Carletoii way train you have a few minutes' James Owen. Co. Com
Janes, whose excellent work on in nnlm- th iv..e,l, ,,r the n. salary
piano and violin was most Ilea it-j tors; then you ilaeli out to the
Most out of the question. j Christian Temperance l eleii to
What is going to he done about, serve during the coming year, and
it? Are we going to let Ashland are as follows: President. Mrs.
revert to the desert? Are all our Silvia Wertz; secretary, Mrs. Ella
efforts to make a city beautiful White; treasurer. Mis. Jennie!
foing to be unavailing, and are i Hammond; corresponding sccre-j
call for breakfast; assembly cull
for setting up exercises; drill end
lalks on reverence and other
Scout laws by Scouf Master Koeh-le.-.
AssiSFunt Scout Masters Mowat
till our work and labor going forjtary, Miss May Ileeedict. A new i and Badger will t'.'ke 150 loaves
naught? There has never been a 'ruling has been made In the iin-jot bread to the camp the latter
time when I have been discour- Ion that a vice-president will be part of the week.
Bged over Ashland's future as I , appointed from each church by, Financial Statement
p.m this year. Cannot we devise the president, to serve at various! Receipts
pome means of Increasing our
water supply before it is too lute?
intervals in the president's place1 Scouts paid $207.00 i
CHICAGO MAX TO
LOCATE IX WEST
Mr. and Mrs. Waller Morton and
daughter, Miss Jane Harrell, of
Chicago, III., were guests ut tho
Austin hotel Saturday night. Mr.
Morton stated they were making
an extensive tour of the coast from
Seattle southward with the view of
locuting omewhere in the West.
Mr. Morton disposed of his eastern
holdings and with his family start
ed for the west iu his car by way
of the Parks highway, making
the trip from Chicago to Seattle
in fourteen driving days and af
ter looking over the beauties of
the Puget Sound metropolis turned
south. Mr. Waller expects to go
as far south us Sun Diego before
deciding which part or the west
he will choose as n future home.
When asked the condition of road )
encountered on tho trip, Mr. Wal
ler stated they wero only fair, but
that Oregon by the amount of con.
struction work under way would
shortly have a system of hinli
ways among the best iu the west.
Mr. Morton was very favorably im
pressed with Rogue River valley
iund will no doubt consider the
! southern Oregon rection in niak
I ing his choice ot a locution.
O. A. Gardner, Cu. Judge's
I vi.limi' i.v.tii.iua
ily appreciated bv the audience wur, again with i: fine opinion nie Tel. & Tel. Co.".
composed largely of real . music ;nf the 'million. 'ire's paradise'! Co. Judge's telephone
lovers. where 'No Trespas-ing' posted utj ( hi"
Mr. Coon nlaved for hiu ononini. ; ....,. ., ,i,.i, ,,.. l.h.i, ,0H,al Tel. & Cable Co.,
i ...... . , " ' lplt.tr , i, ntu Cn l.wlim
Western l'nion Tel. Co..
Home Tel. & Tel. Co.,
telephoue for clerk . . ,
Interurbun Autocar Co..
Jacksonville Post, clerk's
PoBtal Tel. Cahl Co..
telegram's. Co. clerk.
Class & Pruilbomuie,
clerk's office srpplles
.Medford Cook Store,
number Chopin's Scherzo In Rbl retire surrounding the outside
minor. His Interpretation of Miif- KiooIh the eye of the auto trnv
rlassic was particularly satin ly-' eler."
Ing to admirers of the composer,
and his polished rendition of the
Scherzo showed great "ViMtmtil.ty
und artistic discrimination. The
encore, Liszt's Coi cert Etude in i train service when It comes to en
Db was played with a sparkling tertainments. The train on which
brilliancy and finish which showed
his mastery of the piano.
The two movements of Grieg
violin Sonata in C minor, Mr.
Janes, violin, und Mr. Coon, pi
ano, were u delightful tie-' I. Mr.
Janes is always welcomed by an
Ashland audience end his playing
last evening was marked by viril
ity und excellent singing legato.
No little part of t lie pleasure of
VOITIII CL NIXfiERS ;,;,,, N 'Lewi,,, oi. court
PLEASE AIDIEXCE! crier
Ashland seems nnfortnnute in , F Hy Uuvln.-' copying
Home Tell. & Tel. Co.,
Clr. Judge, telephone
the Whitney Hoy chorus was ex
pected Saturday evening failed
to arrive from the south until
nearly 10 o'clock. As this was
too late for the full program to
Total 11111. 4S
Myrtle W. Dlakeley.
I treasurer's salary . . .
1 4. (18 1 .lunette Willgerodt, dep-
uty treasurer's salary
3.22 1 Ashland Printing Co.,
I printing, treasurer, . .
2.48 ' Myrtle W. Hlakeley.
stumps for ofi'ice
Total $ 400.0:1 Home Tel. T.d. Co..
telegrams, Co. Judge. .
3,011! Total 15.!H
I School Superintendent's Office.
10. 00 1 (;, v. Ager. Co. school
l supt.'s sitlavy
R. E. Morris. Co. nhool
W. H. dowdy, justice
he rendered President Fuller of J- W. Hatcher, constable's
G. O. Taylor, jer.tlce
tjie Chautauqua association an
nounced that the concert would he J
freo lo those who desired to re
main that late in order to hear!
these boys sing. He also an '
this number was due to the clear noiiuced that the choir would
and sympathetic treatment of the
accompaniment by Mr. Cnou who
showed himself to he u real artist.
For au encore Mr. Janes present-
C. E. Terrill, sheriffs
3.90 supervisor's uilnry... 120. OK
$ .Hi. 90 work for school supt! 33.25
fi. W. Ager. sehn! supl.'s
22.35 ! G. W. Ager. money ad
vanced sib. supt 10.31
6 00 Home Tel. & Tel Co..
Sell, slipl.s lelephi.i'e. . 3.1,5
18.40 . Von Der Hellen, Sell.
supt.'s expense 3.00
66.751 Medford Hook Store,
Sell, supt.'s supplies., 13.15
have chitrge of a union service in Geo. L. Howard, dep
ths Chautuiiiiiiu' building Sunday: uty sheriff's salary ..
m,..,j,u! ; Flora Thompson, deputy
The only disappointment felt ill
A IODEI. WIFE
when required and to assist her;5'1'" 3.00 ,,:T CAXARY HAS
3U,10' ip-iio.FU rk.u,""
43.551 NEWARK, N. J. A crowd es-
along the work in their respective Sham battle . . .
I churches. Delegates were also I Trees, of council
'elected to the county convention:
j which will be held in Ashland!
Conn. Suffrage ! some time in September, and are: I Expenses
timated by the police at 10,000
means nothing to Marguerite ', Mrs. Hammond, Sirs. Kirkpatrick, t Dread
Clark, movie star, she told the' Mrs. Fraley and Miss Denedlct. Groceries and meat
Total $ 405.17
h'lllll lllsMCtlr'N Office.
120.60' E. R. Ontinau. fruit in-
I snector's salary 1CI.50
sheriff's sulnrv 1 1 0)0 1 K. T. Pankev, fruit in-
Cltil, Tut'dll ilnniktu ul.. I 1,... T.lt It IS
o,l ,.,, ,1,,,,1'a Mo,l,,ll l.v Olnnli 1 , .... I i . ... . ' 1 "" I nin.iu
" ..-.... ,uo iiwjn sink man uit-i ir'8 SIHSry 100.00,
In marked contrast to the souala. fact that the lateness of the hour. Delpha Terrill, deputy I
The pianissimo effects of this .In-' prevented them doing full justice! sheriff s .salary
liglitfut soothing inorceuu were to their abilities. Their enter
i Hazel Tetherow, deputy
i uherirr'a anlucv
a fitting close to an evening ofjiulninent Saturday evening. wlill,A. I). Currv work" iu
'cut short on iiccouut of the late-
"I wouldn't vote if I could and
if I did, I would Vfte just us inv
liusbaud told me," she said.
IOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Picnicked at Park
A pleasant faml'y picnic was
held yesterday afternoon among'
the Johnson and Benedict f nil
lies. A pVty consisting of Miss
May Benedict and sister, Mrs. E.
$283. S3 j iwruons, thronged the streets of
j the city to witness the funeral of
. $ 12.00 ! .limniie, the pet canary of Emidio
. 221.85 ! Hussoiiianno, 65-yecr-old cobbler.
Dread 12.01) ! Police reserves were called out to
'am, unu niu iuiiu wua uu urui-.
"r-'y"B " ''.!' " nance levying an assessment for a turned over to the boy chorus
. aiicKia iui niu iimeiui cin,t:h5.
Three proposed city ordinances
were considered at the meeting of
council last evening. The first
of these was an ordinance for va
cating a part of Ash street; the
second was un ordinance levying
an assessment for special benefits
to accrue to owners of property
abutting on tho bitulitbic paving
Improvement eust of the iloule-
vard, and the third was an ordi
ness of the hour, lullv cnine un I Anlilnnd
lo the expectation,- of the aildl-l f " "h".'
Their four-part music: u( traveling nu.M
younger boys taking the soprano, P. II. Dally, deputy sher-
und alto, and tho older boys the irf. hire .'
tenor und buss, was exceptionally I """l" 1Tel- ,Tp!' '"
,i ,.. m. Ul. , , ,i telephone bill, sherirf
pleasing. The ohligato work of (iH0 L 1)war(li ,)ppu(v
some of the sopranos was beautl- sheriff expense
fill in the extreme. The soloists, '(' Morrison, deputy
both vocal and Instrumental, ! , Klier'f.f .!lr"
, iJ. J. Mc.Mahon, deputy
were of rare merit, when ono con- Bherlff hire
siilcrs the extreme youth of th" Postal Tel. Cable Co.,
performers. i telegram, sheriff's of-
Sunday morning the service
!C. E. Terrill, sheriffs
ai.anlut lx.,.arila I,. ani.inn l.i ! h 11(1 tllfl leader. Mla Wlltlltnv nf I L- T......ilf uKnW'.
3n.S5,Jlmmle described by its owner as n I Qf (hp '
Deficit $29.70 Possessing "a sonfv as sweet Theia ,,.; bnyi , thi. eUo,P. Their childish R'(" Terrill. trsv ig
The drayage bi'l includes the the voice of Cnruio," hcoked to i
bringing back the camn eauiu- death on a watermelon seed. I . " ' .. , .J. ' I ,.! . n,."n .7."' -"'
FOR RAt P r.m.1 te..m h.ir tr n j- . j . t j,, i j- , Mirsi ami sucoiiu reaoiug. i""'rl" "r,c i'""ui,ij nun,,- tpi, lor hiierlir
vLndToVuoM'B' "nA Ef" l"e", hCd"",B "'"U k"S' rte"' ,S th ,""e"1,i0" " U; i"B and a large audience in the J. J. McMahon. .Irj.uty
ranch. Talent. ' 111-1 ,,e Jolinsnn of Ashland and Miss when the bill will be paid. All ''anil playing funeral dirges, iol- ,00 rAVH TK()iT Hm j morning greeted the boys. sheriff, expenso
..Etta Johnson of California spent others have been settled. lowed by a hearse, bedecked with HHASTA COl'XTY STREAMS ' Medford Book Store.
' whartrr ft Mnnliwj . .
Total ..$ 220.511
93.00 Assessor Oflic.
! ,f. B. Coleman, assessor's
77.50 salary 125.0"
jus. M. Croneiuiller, de-
40.001 uty assessor's salr ry. . lto.uu
' Linule llansc.ini. depiity
6.00 1 assessor's silarv SS.OO
i.I. T. Little, deputy ;s-
11. 751 sessnr's salurv HI0.no
! Elva Coleman, woik iu
7.00 1 assessor's office 43.50
Floyd Penrce, deputy ns-
13.25' sessor's salary 5 4.00
j Jay Terrill, denuty ns-
1 4 28 sessor's sahrv B0. 00
A. E. Coleman, deputy
14.00 assessor's salary .... 34.50
J. It. Coleman, stamps.
159.00, assessor IS. 02
J. II. Coleman, assessor's
j traveling exuense ... JU.23
4.20,FI'st Nat's Dank of
Ashland, bond et tux
5412 collector 10.00
Homo Tel. 0 Tel. Co..
132.70 assessor's telephone .. 3.05
'A. P. Ilagen, assessor's
15.70 office expense 82.00
Medford Book Store,
1.17 office supplies, asscrsor J.20
NOTICE TO CREDITORS . the afternoon up the canyon, nf
Notlce Is hereby given that the ter which they came to the park
Undersigned has been appointed: where they were Joined by Mr.!
executor oi ine esinie oi .timy 31 .
a e. n.
1 flowers and carryings small while
! coffin In which the bird's body
WASHINGTON. Census of the
YREKA, Calif. There were 25 least populous county In the
Bend. Two sawmills and all reposed. The old cobbler, tear- cans of Rainbow, 50 cans of Loch country, Cochrane. Texas, bus jusi
5.00 Total $ 744.52
12.55 Ernestine Austin, wld-
ow s pension n.
Total... $1206.05 Effle Marie Baer, wid-
Una ! In. n .1 if.. I) 11., 1 . . .. .. ..,. . ......... ,.. w .Mr . n ... ... ..... h.iiinM.w Vlnrnv I'rt
. . ... . .".uiiii auu 1.11. uciiriiii-L. uiiii . HiuciiiE iTHiio.a 11. iinnrn-Kal v riHiiirti mill vihiiiiv HiiHrti.il uud, i.hvm n ii, Ark ninam nrnw frniiy ' nun., unnnn.tnn.i i t.,, tout ..7 . ..u..... . ...
snepneru, ueceasen. ah persons 1 - , ' - " j-" -ipri,', utliirr t St
having claims against said estate i fPPer was served qt the pienic Lumber company have resumed 'n a coach with n few close planted iu Shasta county streams people, two more than enumerated Mifdrej m Neil 'r'rp'uty
are required to present the same, I ground. 'operations. ! friends. i this week. ! 10 years ago, making Its growth clerk's ialarr' 110.00
with proper vouchers, duly verl
fied, to the Undersigned, by leav.
Ing the same with my attorney, L.
A. Roberts, at his office in the
Citizens' Rank Building, Ashland,
ItAKERSKIKI.n 1. UH
j" Salem. Capital street
: men! to be extended to
The cost of the bird's funeral,;
1 aiKiiieeii urns weiii 10 iut" mora nun J per ceni. rr,,n 1 irii, urii.117
pave- estimated at $400, was contribut-j French gulch district and seven .Cochrane has an area of 8 clerk's salary ;
flr Pd by the cobbler's friends. When cam tn Tower llnnse Th. niher inlr mllo. wiih ,ra..n In n"her'a Hesree. ni puty
WASHINGTON, Aug. 21. The' .rounds. Jimmio died, the old man drew!75 cans wers nlaced tn Bear nnnroiimatelv everv 13 Kcmire n.n!!. 'uH.l?'.
uregon. ueiore me expirauon m - .u..,., .,,.,UUUceU . : the blinds of his shop, hung out a ; creek, south fork of Cow creek. ! miles. The county is located .n. clerk's salsry
aix months from the date of th si lhe popnlatlon of Bakersfleld. , Sheridan.-Bridge to be repair. ign, "Closed' on account of Jim-I north fork of cow creek. Hatchet northwestern Tex:., It is unor-i Helen Clark, deputy
nonce, -men uaie is Calif,, as 18.438. an Increase of ed. Concrete aunroach to l. nt r,i.-. H..h , - ..a ,..a t J flerk'i salary
n h ven
Executor., S-911, or 46 4 " cent-
door and went Into deep mourning. Clear creek.
Edna Barr, work
clerks office . . .
oi l pension zs.uu
Orpha Belts. widow's
Minnie Boardman, wid
ow's pension 10. 00
Coldie M. Boyer. wid-
8 0 ow's pension 20.00
Mrs. J. H. Byerly. wid-
82.50 ow's, pension 20.00
Rebecca A. Clarey. wld-
77.00 ow's pension 15.00
Ella May Cains, widow's
T1.50 pension 17.50
70 00 (Continued on Pag Tour)