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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1920
IDEAL Fl'Tl'RK ROAD
TO UK DEVELOPED
Aged Lady Buried KS Old-Time Friends
Seven yea id ago the Idea of a;
transcontinental highway connect-i
In Kenton, Ohio
The funeral of Mrs. E. J.
Joe Keller, investigator of the I
Cal- Pacific Coast Automobile Under-1
Meet in Reunion
IOO,0(K) WANT I
SALEM. Withlii a very short!
time Secretary of State Koier will!
A social gathering was held at have worked out a plan whercbv
Sale, Sept. 15
MAY FIND LOST
HATS AT LIBRA It V
If mothers in Ashland are i.t
jail concerned as to the diaap-
A comiuitteo apnolnted by the ! pearance of the uerdgoar of thel:
ln!X aver.j writers conference was In Ah-;the Hote, A(stl la8t evening, t ! the task of handling the app.l- caUlem(!n at , m uebMnu let them ke a 8troll
impioiea mrougnout its length: ,. .,. ,.,,.,, ,,, a0i.i..h.i land today on a business errand, i ,,..- . ,, .... ,., cutiona for tnntnr vphid.. nnnrn. ........ , . . . . . ... ... ...
-...,,. ......... .............. ..., u,m ici uiu - - - -. iBieuioru 10 arrauge ror the hokl-l lu" t'uunc norary enu iook ove.-
i August 16, took place August 22,
in Kenton, Ohio, to which city her
EUGENE. The 1920 hatching, and forming a backbone for u
season at tho Reddish state game'Kreat national system of arterial
farm has now been completed, ac- roads, was only a dream in the; - fc .
nwll.,rr tr, MM.. Tt I.- ..... rt. ( n ,1 u nf n U'l,,. ...111
........... . uiw.., 01 ' """I f,1P hinlnl 1 nlo.menl u...a frnwlo
farm, with a record of 4300 baby , oduy that the accomplishment of!,,, u- GrQVf) cemptei.yi ln tne old tomobile which bud passed thrujwhlch w foun(W by ProfeMor
u.uB ...v..,., (tll0Ol ,80Ciali01Ui , ,he ttlMln. llrenses wul rMuoea lring serjes.uf MU,o auctlou 8alestne collection Miss Hicks has on
biles the loss of which have been jng tudenU , this ,ocalityj wnothe minimum. Thus rar approx lof beef cuUle , Jacki(0n coimty j exhibit among the "uncalled for'
reported to his company. While were asosclated ,n tllB Bame Imntely 165,000 applications foi ,, , hnvlk ,,,,,,,. ..,, ....'articles irt m i u,i.,.,i....
here Mr. Keller ran down an au-icla88ei at the Ashlan(1 Academy
these licenses have beon received,! fil,t 8a, 0( WedueBdaV Septera-Hicks has not been quite ablc
aud by (working night and da.viber 15 ; ,0 Mpia jll8t why Ule ,.emov.,
.nl'T'? laM,lVr !Ld?'",M '"''tumlly Plot b, .ha .Id. 6f her huj t of three strictly honor-U. H. sk(lmore anrf opened ln ; the employes of the motor vehicle! Mu,.pby r(.,pl,(,(1 lat b,!or ietiKJr 11(H,8sai.y fol.
.v- .... , ,,-.. ,ue j. .......... ...... . . . ,. rn.hnll w. .... . aDie Duyers III mis Cliy, out wuicn Ashland In lha foil nt !? .
tern of using hens to hatch the ocean-tho Lincol-, highway-is I ,ha churtcr membflr8 of ie Wo. was secured in the first place by tho present ,ocatlon of ,he Ju;ior
eggs has proven very successful, absolutely ussured of early roali-i ,. rhHun TB1,1IlprBnn ,.! fraudulent means, and which 1.1.1. Brhnnl Thl ooi
,ho stules, ond will be tiled again : nation? j. . . .. nrenni,p,, lni means a loss of several hundred Lrorma, u,i wn, i,m, h.
next year, although an incubator
will be also used, if present plans
Two hundred old birds have
been released this summer, he
says further, and it Is probable
The opening up of a main line
interstate highway from the At
lantic to the .Pacific is an accom
plished fact. Its continued im
provement to higher and higher
standards Is certain. As a mem-
thut a portion of the young lorial road it Is on the map of the
pheasants will be turned out to!l'"itel States no less certainly
shift for themselves this full. Thei'l'an the Mississippi river,
majority of them, however, will I" lfl 4, one year alter the
be liberated in the spring. I proclamation of the Lincoln hlgh-
Within the next two weeks tlie!way, Dr. Frank Chase, the well-
Kenton, and wus one. of the orig
inal temperance crusaders who
suffered ostracism and. persecu
tion during the curly years of the
prohibition movement. Through
out her life she was an ardent
worker in the cause. She is sur
vived by three daughters: Mrs.
dollars to the first purchaser.
According to Mr. Keller the
disposal of cars secured by fraud
ulent means has become quite a
business in the large cities. The
by the arrival in the city of Judge
F. W. Ewing as he wus touring
from his home at Ventura, Calif.,
to Portland and the Sound coun- 1,8 traced directly to the appli
ti. I cants. From a survey of the a-
plan usually is effected by a muni Afler eujoyjnK ? 7 p , d. plications thus far received it is
buying a car on time, paying, soy,) ner tne pa,.ty adipurned to tne evident that a huge per cent of
ueparimeni nave succeeuea 111, lad taKed wllh ,v, n)ajority 0,t perusal of literature anion.
sending out about three-fourths of Jcaltlemen running cattle on Keenj"afl Herons o' the library,
the permits applied for. iCreek and Dead Indian mnm nn.l nor why absent-mi ndeduess an-
that approximately 800 head had. pareutly follows a visit to the li-
The dejay in sending out these
licenses is not due to any neglect
or inefficiency on the part of the
secretary of state's office, but can
been pledged for this sale, itjbrary so that hats and caps an
$100 down. That will be the last ),0(b1 parlor whel.e tlie eveulng
A. M. Beaver of Ashland, Mrs. tne aealcr sees or tne purcnaser. v,as spent ln rof msli I ti cs the several
Robert McCurdy of Minneapolis, IIis next scheme Is to visit one i memories of their old school days,
Minn., and Mrs. B. M. Skidmoie ; ,h smaller cities where he wlllalld the varied
of West Mansfield. Ohio. One 'calf on an automobile dealer with throueli since that tlm A l.,:r
game and deer pen is expected to,l"'own publicist of New York,: 8i(jt Anna M FrunU1 of Lo,'a hard luck story and ask him .!sketch of , t , , ,
1 ... .... , I it f1 a It. I,lu uu.,i..u.l ...,K1l.n. .... ....... 1 ftAAA 1 3 '
uo uum-ii 10 oy iwu new lawns - f""' Angeles, also survives. 1 in ne a periecny goou ouu n the few of the class iu attendance
110ns: ine Lincoln highway is
original. It breathes the twen
tieth century. It is an Inspira
tion. In centuries to cumo it will
from near Sutherlln. Two fawns
lire now on the property,
JIlRKAi; OF MIXES
ttnii 1 ti. n k,.w nmli .
I " ' " ""- was given unu read by U. V. Neil
.., ..r . .I.:,., ...., ..... ... oi ille pany
failed to give their address, while
CRATER LAKE ROAD
i WILL HE STARTED H turn wi" scl1 11 t0 8 patron The reminiscence of past school I ln otl'er cases they made 110 ef-
1 C. L. McKtsson of Portland. i ho congratulates himself on '-.davs was aealu hiouchl hark to f,,rt 'o set out the description
De auoincu as was me Appiau, ,enmiellt enBnpel.. Ci c Kel. I curing a good car at a reasonn-: theil. meln0,.ea ar,el. a la.19e ot of the person desiring to drive
Way with landmarks, statuary, , assistant state highway en- '' Vrlce. Hut the sorrowful pan l,orly ,.eai.8 iaring whch ti wi.
homes, Inns, a vast chain of thej Killf.eP- alld c, B. McCtillough. ', ' "'e story comes In when the 80me of tbe pal.,yi lhe pa!)t 8C(,llelt
an" Those in attendance were: Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Ewing of Ventura,
1 W. 13. Dennis, chairman of the
pregon State Bureau of Mines and; splendid marks of men. It wlll,tate bri(lge engineer, of Salem i Investigator finds out where thislnad hardy been tl ought of.
t.euiugy, was uu Asuianu visitor; ue tne pain 01 progress, tne rirerjhave ,)een , jackon county thls!car has been disposed of
fiaturduy. Mr. Dennis is Interest-; course of humanity, part of the ' k am, ,mve g()ne QVer (he .0JSome one must pay.
txH in Ilia avi.iiH ..11 tl.li hiinami Anl. nn II.a :......
-" .. R.....a ... tu ,p08ed vomh ,0 Cr,lter Iako f,.om Mr. Kener nas nrucK so many;Calif . A,torney C. B. Watson of
is planning for Crater lake, start- "When it is completed, along It Uledford to Traili with Kenneth ' cases like this in Lis position Gold Hill, Ore., and Messrs. R.
ing from Medfo.d Saturday and the traveler can pass over a per- odKmani tho stat(1 hiBnwa. dl8. invenSigator for the automobile i p. Xell E. j. Furlow and Ml, and
covering several days. Anyone leet roadbed under overarching1 t).k.t ent(lnBei. Tll(,se rm,,es vnderv, Titers conference that . h. Mr8. G. S. Butler of Ashland,
may Join by notifying H. M.; trees, by beautiful temples, , ,.,, .,.v 1.,.,, p,,,.,, ,.,, always makes it as easy as possi-!
I'arks, director of the bureau, Or-: fountains, arches and statues,
the other by way of the Rou":1,1e for the Innocent man who hus "firRY FARMS
NEW. YORK Winter coats are:
i-guu uuuuiub, iuiiiuiiu, miu icv in. me jiiuiiib, ujr mo muo "' rver. Tbe estimated cost ni ,,een neeceo: ip tnis man-i KSTAIILISI1ED 1
esratlons will be made and cots j winding streams, along great riv-j d, d ,ac:idnmizine the 'er- He states that there are men; !
furnished, each individual bup-I trs, over artistic bridges, through pro08ed road is ,.VPI. jr.OO.nnn, ! who travel from one end of the; To demonstrate the profits,110' on display in many Fifth
...... I.E.. ....... rri.,.l. .1. ... ' ' .... .. ...... .... . . . It'.im. .I,n. .....t
jmj.i.b ui "' n. ju;.ii..u.iiain mma, umin onu ,bfi KOvernniciit to conti rbuto r0'coasl t0 "'e otiier woi-King in; and meinons 01 successiui poiil-' """i. " "i"isn ie (e 0(,a
delegation will arrive in Med-1 green valleys, frmn ocean to; , ,, .. .. -.....'scheme of securing automobiles, i try keeping In Oregon poultry hvumP" ",e buying them, hordes1 ,,..
ford on Saturday morning by I ocean." I,v s npi. ,.. w,.k "There 's one man, a Pole," Mr.! demonstration farms will be es-!ot femininity besiege (lie clerks: , .'
now appears that all the cattle ! forgotten. Be it a It may M.
men in this section will hold their Hicks slates that : large collec
cattle until this il:iy, which will of hats nml caps belongiu,r
Insure about 1200 head of beef to young people of Ashland of all
cattle for this sale. ges and sex are le't In the lilirarv
These cattle or some of the 8d may be claimed for the ask-
the formal requests for permits ;be8t il, cuunty uud U8UUyj ing.
are defective. jbrlllB from ,4c (0 2c ubove th(i
To expedite the work of getting olhcr cattle in the couuty. Some' AsllMND HOTEL
cut these licenses the secretary or t,e largest heitis In the countv 1 DISMANTLED FOR
of state sent out printed applica-! gma tle8a nnes aud ,he Tf.' KORD (i.It.V(.E
tion cards 011 which to write the ;,,0,., come8 from m 8ectioIl ,ha, ! Last night saw the closing 01
Information required bylaw. rnjtUe cattle are fatter than they i tho Ashland hotel, and this moin
soino Instances the :pplicauts have, have been anv lime durln the! Ing the dismantling of the 100111.1
past, ten years, making nu ideal1 a stinted preparatory to radio.
time to try out this new method ,u building to the ground to
of marketing cattle. make room lor the handsome nen
Considerable Interest is beln; I yvtl Karage that will occupy that
aroused all over th;t county iu re- 8'le- Harrison Brothers and C.
Igard to these proposed sales. J I Pierce, who purchased the
J. Murphy of Aabbnd. E. C. Ham-i building for the purpose of eroct
llton of Medford, H. D. Flahertv! the new garage there, have
of Medford. and Howard May-1 "'"Posed of consii'i-rable of the
field of Central Point left this'1"'"'1 equipment, rnd will store
nioriiliig to uttend two sales iu
norther California, on the first
of September and the other on the
second. They are attending these
' ; sales to learn as much as possi
ble about how they are being
conducted In northern California
so that they will be able to carry
sale without any
The ages of a number of appll
cauls also were omitted.
LO( (SEN ESS K X ERA I.
A.MON'fi WINTER COATS
(Writted for 1'nited Press)
;. . .;. .t,
all that is loft to he sold later.
The tearing down of the old build
ing will start Immediately.
truln, and will be Joined by a par-j Crane, the editor, the econo
ty by automobile, after which they j mist, the writer, caught and ex
will start Immediately for Crater! pressed then to his audience ot
Jlr. Dennis to Ashland.
NO JAPANESE OR
( II 1 X ESK UtEEHl LDERS
ROSEBrili;. C. H. Gram,
head of the bureau ot labor de
partment of the slate of Oregon,
has arrived in fto'el)urg and has
keen conferring with the county
officials. Mr. Cram is making a
:ip:iiese and Chi
nese freeholders here. During the
j Inst session 0' the legislature a
1 measure was introduced askin;
Ject. .dry luws, state anil national, Seeing to get him when you hear him year on each farm, as follows' :iap, although all the new sea- ( ..killK ,.m,,a0, n;1V(, already! " U1'V0' Mr Gnw
I The past seveu years nave ueeuiattle and King county are now wctibuzzing about, but he Is gone be- Selecting and feeding the breed- " n'a' are niariii'ii i.y looseness ; . . . . , was appoiiui-u as :i committee or
sales will appear in the Tidings
IbebeEun it is stated as soon as Keller related this morning, "wno taDiisnea in many communities """ "lnlc muueis,
the route is chosen. ' is notorious from Los Angeles to by the county farm bureaus, coun- or,ler tl,Kt 'ey may know how:(1)fi )alte). of hja we)k wUlcllj'.rvey of the slate
, 'Seattle for securln" cars fraudu-,ly agents, and the poultry exten-fa'- behind the times their own' ... ... , ., , ' -,. number of Japai
lake. Ws H. Gore, also a member 6,000,000 readers, thefinal idea , (ME 11REW DECENTLY ;ienll He Is to the police JuMlsiou specialist of the. college, II. ' !l2" model is.
of the coinmlssiiiu accompanied 1 in the minds of the men who pro-; HANDLED, O. K. IN WASH. ; what the mosquito Is flying about E. Crosby. Mr. Crosby will hold ; The models npon exhibition
will Include how the sales were
.conducted, the number of cuttle
old, the price received, number
moted the Lincoln highway pro- J SEATTLE After four years of: your face. You think you are go-' lour public demonstrations a j "bow four distinct types of winter (), buyen, ,)1.l.8eti Hc. Several
wr.ii.ii iM.11 r. filled witli endeavor toward that , again insofar as home brew is'foro you can grab him.
POCATELLO, Idaho. Every jfjrst end which is so nearly ac-! concerned. i "This man is accunpnnied by
year 111 miusuinme: me nauiioc..COlnI)siei1tbe gecurlng of na-. Following announcement of woman and child, and he uses
ers, feeding for esgs November 1111,1 K''"inl freedom. Tho Red-;. . ,. .... , . h 1 one tit make uu investigation. Af-
to December; Incubating Und ' in8ot seen 'e ieadlng In pop-:
ni till hi tiiu Ivimmi rrk ni iitMifi lonkiuf? over t he condition iu
brooding, cure of chicks, Ju-1 irity. TIiIb in a full-leugth
liuliuu couutries und wish to soli j 'ouai1 00,ultyi Mf. (ram reports
ouv ..... ... ... ....... or providing an open road from . refl,se t0 issue federal search war- in Los Anui les. tl ui strike out eses. Anril to June:
yeuny to worsnip tne sun. ( coast to coast. I rants for homes where beer is for Cottage Grove, perhaps, be-j poultry housing July to October.
In the vast quiet of the even-, Now it is llot (oo .llllci. of ., ,.tt.rt .,... f, ,.,., ,,.. J , , , n
their cuttle in this rale should gel
: li tre: oll..ii.w., ..4
culling., ...1.".". """". u.:, ,.., ... n Flahertv. manauer
that not a Japaiute or Chinese
lndiaus travel a liUIe used trail ijonal interest and attention and ' fnited States District Attorney them to dispose of his cars. Heliiarv to March: infertile eggs, ' l'lm!''1 w'tb a semi-fitted hack.
to their daucing. grounds. Between, 0r official co-oner'atlon to the end rti.hmt r, S,nn.,l..r U,K l.n will I will n c.r nn . tlnu. nnmuw, rnnlml nf i.uil.a uovV,nr , slralght and full front. ilh eord-l,. .... I freeholder resile in this section
1... iim .i,k.m ....l.o.i . ... . . " - iiiuiinu mill mr, iioriiniui am-,.,.., .
1 11 is inouguc uiai nougias couniy
will he unions (he very few in
tin' state to make "iich a report.
normal wuislliue. It is this model
that is most like a bona-fide coat
of tho Farm Buu'au Exchange at
ine. wlipn the liusli lias lallen . ... 1 ... .. . ' .. r...,i .i...
iu m. anc... i.uiij ,i;u.n t0ni t;0uitt.v rrosecutor Urea (J. landing there he will visit an au-iAMK.t IJUH t IIIZ,t,.! ."n..i-n Koine of the main imints in fa-l,,,,,,
over the sage bru':h and the sun1,.,,,! to nroride on the Lincoln wnv nr,. hu ...i,.,.i,i a i.n :i..i 1 ,n r n.oi nv iviti. uituiii t niuuii. 1 mtsl of the winter outer wrans. . . - .. . 1 P''"R ROI
, ..... ... .,Uo uui,.... ...n n,.,o ,uiii..i...o ..r.... ...I,, .en ...; ........ v. ........ . - - . - far 0 inn csiaiilimeitt 01 tins
Is a great ball of red fire sinking!a section of road presenting in ny. lice Chief Win. Searing ; illness of his wife and his short-j SPOKANE, Wash. It is un-iTie Ileilingote may have a fitted
behind tho mountains, the dreary j tangible form the crystalized! mB,ie a lenethv stetement. addinir'airB nf mnnnv. arl ak the rlpaler necessarv for an alieii-hoin citizen ; sleeve or the loose kiiiimu sleeve
uoui 1,1 1111.11 11.!. l..c. opinion or our foremost highway that he did not wish to be quoted. 1 to take the car for $5.00. Perhaps! to produce proof of citizenship at ! " "' the latter thai is most
1 ILL CAN'S WITH FOOD
securing and disposing of a car.
low ghostly chant or tlieir song , engineers, a section which will j Biit, take it from the reporter, the car Is actually worth $1000
can bo heard for miles. (present no compromise with the wn0 interviewed him. the city po-lor $1200, und the dealer sees it
Tho sound growf. 111 strength j best which expert consideration , iice are not going to molest home Us a good buy. The Pole gets the
as one approaches until with a , determines is wise and practical , brewers who manufacture "suds" j money and is not heard of again
greut burst of glaring camp fireBnd adequate and safe. ! I0 drink with modestv themselves j until he strikes Siicrumento or
mid seeming contusion the camp- A practical ideal is now to be! behind their own walls. some other place far away when
nig sioiiims uro reurueu. luumun visuullzed on the Lincoln way.
in their native garb are every-j
where, hideous In their warpaints . (JROOM CLAD
and with glistening naked bod
Iu the center of a corral made
from limbs of trees stands a pole.
Rack against the walls are the
dancers and the chanters, und in
rythiii to the beat of the tom
toms the dancer advunces to the
pole, eyes uplifted in worship.
The young bucks who dance aro
not permitted to eut or drink for
tbe time he registers to vote, ac-j ntqui niiy seen.
cnrdlnir to a decision handed down Then there is the flared or bar
jtystem is that the cattle will be
Hold at home and the owner will
' have one bid offered on his cat-
STARTS THIS WEEK
ROSE III'IKI. The harvest of
lhe pear crop stalled tho latter
part of last week and the grow-
by tho tom-toms beaten by the
qiluws. Tho dance is a festival
of thanks to the gods for bountl
lul crops and herb1!, streams full
of fish and the sy full of fowls.
Now and then u dancer falls
to the ground from physical ex
haustion and Is carried to the side
LOl'ISVILLE, Ky. After Clif
lord H. Merchmeyer and Miss Al
ma Hedge of Jeffeisonville, Ind.,
were married here friends stormed
her mother's hcuse, captured
Merchmeyer, clothed him in a
nightgown, snapped handcuffs on
his wrist and dragged him to un
old motor truck, to which was
three days and are nccompaniedJ bitched a horse.
Tho horse and truck were
headed down town, followed by a
score of friends.
The automobile and captive
bridegroom drew up In front of
a motion picture theater, but
, manners snoum 1111 meir cans' "These excellent highways going
IN A NI(iHlIK.il8 fuii oi 80iid tood a8 is prac- th,.0UgK lere, while they are of
ticable, if they wish to have their! inestimable benefit to the citfts
product meet the requirements of through which they pass, are go-
the pure food laws, says the init-! Ing to be of dancer also." Mr.
Keller went on to say. "The time
will come when an automobile can
leave Sacramento reach Ashland
by 3 n. in., crack a safe iu an
Ashland bank and be back in Sac
ramento before the police will be
notified of the affair. Robberies
of this sort ure going on right
perior Dencn. ;""' i. 1 worth, he sees them sold audi
The state law, which requires""""'" "'. '""'-'"", weighed and takes his mouevl
production of citizenship papers;"l ""' waistline, i.nd the sack-! . .. . b . . . . j
he goes over the same means of j ut the registration counter, is1''!, loose and beltless. and per-j t (i) eXpect,.( tint nearly every
knocked out and held uncoustitu- 'ei uy siraigai 110111 suouiuer 10 t,attelmm ln ,llB C()Uty wm be
ed State Department of Agricul
ture, which has been giving con
siderable attention to the matter
of slack-tilling on the part ot man
utacturers. ' Recently the Bureau
of Chemistry issued u schedule
of drained weights for certain
canned products for the guidance
,1.. It l.a I.... ..tt. .... ...1.... ... n.. :
Mr. .l nc . i u.:i.. )r)Kinj; the flllit to tll
1110 worth, he in not comnelled tot. .
by Judge Bruce BlUe. of the su- j -l-skirted coat, the coat cut cir-l ,., f lie R.,8 wUat they arel ' . , .,V ....
cular like a cape, with full,! , ,. ,i """" """'. 1- naiunis.
11 well known grower of tho I mp-
qim valley, brought 900 boxes of
liartlett pears to the cannery last
week. Eiery pear was graded
as a No. 1. Although the crop
this year is no l:rger than I ho
one of 1019, the quality of tli-j
fruit is exceptioni'lly good an.l
the growers are receiving a fine,
price. The Rupert cannery has
been paying $S5 per ton for tho
first grade, or 1 cents per
tlonul by the decision.
I litni. The raglan sleeves of all
present at this sale Watch the
of the canners. In reply to In-, llow i the towns surrounding
qtiiries from canners who com
plain that iu some instances they
can not meet these requirements
the department elves this udvice:
"Fill the can as full of solid
Jilt IDE TO RE BALKS
WHEN' Sl'ITOIt SEEKS
" VANCOUVER. Wash. "Well,
I am not going to sign up. 1
didn't come here to get married;
I was forced here, and the wit
ness was forced here. I refuse
to marry this man."
J. L. Garrett, auditor of Clarke
county, was taken aback yester-
beaded the wrong way, in violation food us is practicable by the best
of the parking ordlnunce. I commercial methods without im-
Patrolinau Waller Lutz saw it ' pairment of the quality or appear
and "did his duty." Meschmeyer Luce of the product. The cun
was taken to Jail. The bride ar- tIiut is 11s full ot solid food as is
rived in uu automobile, accompa
nied by friends, gozed longingly
through the bars, then wept. She
practicable ami correctly labeled
will meet the requirements of the
pure food law with reference t.i
didn't stop until her husband, nn, will promote fair trading
kissed away the tears after being
PRUNE PRICES ARE FIXED
FOR THIS YEAR'S Ol'TITT
among canners. and will win the
confidence of the trade and the
Portland and other large cities,
and the farther away from the
big centers the robberies are
committed the better for the yegg-
men. For the protection of these
smaller cities much publicity must
be made In connection with the lo
cal police force to watch out for
the many schemes unscrupulous
people are working and involving
innocent people in a big expense."
During his stop in Ashland Mr.
Keller visited the public garages
and advised them about keeping
an indexed record of all automo
biles stored in their places of
Hundreds of alien-born citizens. ! models are hsavlly eaibruitl-j xl(lhlKa fnl. further articles.
heretofore unable to register be-!1''"! with gay designs in wool oV.
cause of loss of papers, will be al-i't'i'-'Iallic threads. Braid Is copi ! ..oni rovTEN KILLED
lowed to get their names on theiously used in swirling, Intricate' WIIILE DESTROYING DEER
books under the new ruling, I designs. Collars aro almost as di- YHEKA, Calif. Tuesduy while
merely by affirming that they I versified as the wraps themselves. ! Mulllill(, dwl. on hcad of Ulnf,
have been naturalized. ! ''(though preference is shown the: KU,ch w ,, Sieffield, an em-
. 'extremely high directoire collar. ........ ', rir,.Ili.n,..nn
DOG OX HINOEK STRIKE Shawl and funnel ciiIIiiih i? : f.ower company, come upon four!
RIVERSIDE, N. J. To save the shown on a few models. coyotes which had just killed a!
life of his pet dog, grieving to Most ot the winter wraps are fawn ,, we(.u endeavoring to
Norman B. McConnell. pastor o ; iKlli length models ure shown
NOME POTATO STORY
GRANTS PASS. Apparently
t ha II (i Lr iim V:i1lnv 1 9 Sii fvPitlimr
his absence the Rev. skirt length, although some seven-. .. , another one but were.i,, ,,. ,., ;. i,.,i..itf
prevented by the vigorous protec-jby all the stories that come lu.
tion afforded by the mother doer.; All of the stories li'nge on the up-
Sheffield opened fire and sue- plication ot water, however, ll
ii'i'iled iu killing all four of tlioli,,,. 1,,.,,,, r.inn.l n.-.i ,,r n,,.
to hang hl H,,8i ,ie U8t 0e being ut leastj big crops are reported grown on
t futherl ..... , ... ...,.,.l. ... ....
i.pu junta au. ov.tiu ...... na- iOI- ill I ell IHIII1. J. W. rHlll'-
inaiisliii) at such a smull moving imnili .-...'oiitlv .in.' I T, imiiinU in"
Hl..M.lder capes, sometimes as manv ; u.K0t Te we,.e Ur0Mgnl I , pot;1(OPi) , ,4 lills. ThPy
un ......u ... iiii, ..10 .....Filial ,ci ... ,,. .,.., .... bllll.... "II... . , ..... ....
hi ... To.iij ...n ft.u.uK. v.....;nere 11.11 extra ruge 0111 hit
Gallatin and Dob Martin werej quantity in hill was exceptional.
Willi Mr. Shnrfiel.l on tl.A Irin. I M utit...l,..t.wlt u.,v Ih.tt llmj..
and hood. A "Little Red Kidin.' ' ' ' , . . .',.,..'
naa plenty 01 water iiul 111 uiu
the Methodist church, cut short
his vacation. After he departed
the dog refused to eat, but ou
his muster's return abandoned his
Wednesday marks the opening
ot the hunting season iu Oregon.
The season will run from Septem
ber 1 to October .11 in all dis
tricts of the state with the ex
ceptiou of Wallowa and In Ion
counties, where the season opens
September 10 and extends to No
Wraps show the same irregular-;
ity ot hem as do skirts and hat!
brims. It Is considered very chie;
101 one side of 11 rout
downward several Inches
than the opposite side. Deep'
new feature, and these capes of-
It is essential that the quantity Me ,0 pu, ,ieil. h.,n(l8 on mj...
of food in the can be standardized llg car Immediately if it should
Reports made to A. E. Ilurgh-
busluess, so the rollce may be . "tate game warden, by his
WILL HE lll'ILT
SALEM. The new execution
YKEKA. Calif. Onenine nrices ill order to nromote fair trudinK. ' i,, .... ... ai,i...i
... K ..l K Ihl.i ... .
.u.j ..tii .. b.cl,.cu . ....n ,or the j920 prllle crop an. food officials in the department I
outburst from a prospective nounced by the California Prune: point out. Recentl; , It is said, a
bride of middle age The woman, an(, Api.icot c.rowei-s, Inc., uver-J pack of peas that larked 8 per cent
who was built on herculean lines. 'aUout 1 certs per pound of being properly flMed was found.
then sailed out of the door, , lowcr tilan last year. The sched- In the quantity of the pack the 1 chamber at the state penitentiary
closely followed by her scorned ule , a8 foliOW8: slack-filling represented a differ-will be erected in what is now
suitor, a man much smaller in 20-30's, 25 cents per pound; once of several thousand dollars 1 known 11s the "bull pen," accord
stature than his Intended bride, j 3U-40's, 17 cents; 40-50's, 15 in the cost of peas to the' con-! ing to a decision reached by War
The witness lingered and was;cents. co-GO's, 13 cents; B0-70's, sinning public. den Comploii. The scaffold will
questioned by the auditor, but she ni4 ceiltl). 70-S0's, 10 14 cents;l i be of permaiieiit const met ion and
claimed that she was not forced 1 so-90's. 9',4 cents; 00-100's, 9
In tho omirt nnrt am far nft slip I .. I
- - ; t'ouia. 1
deputies, indicate that deer will
Just what effect the recent
rain will have on the deer hunt
ing Is unknown, bu' there proba
bly was enough rain throughout
the state to be of ome benefit to
hunters. Rain softens up the dry
leaves, twigs and underbrush uud
makes it much easier for tho hun
ter to move about.
Each year during tho huiitlnn
season many hunters have been
killed through carrlessuess, and
If tho following Instructions Is
sued by the state game warden's
office are kept iu mind accidents
of this nature may be prevented:
Think of the other fellow he
fore you shoot. Do not shoot un
til you are positive your target
in not a human b'ing. Be cer-
,... hi. in. 1 ,,, . (HANTS PASS. - The longl rest of the patch where there was
,;t"r K "l,m"n- ,A""m"!h "- awaited public library for Grants! o water, thov will hardlv stand
..ale shades of black, gray, und,al(, , prac,ically assurd 110v ; , ,
brown aro prominently show... wjh , refe( of a Mtff (r0I1 !
th. re is much lavishness of the Cuinegie Corporuliou to Coun-I TALENT CHILD IXJI RED
color used. Royal and turquoise (y cl(M.k Coburn The k,tter gve Karl, the 3-year-old sou of Mr.
blue, copper and rust, I'cncock. uljljU1.am,e t,mt wi() (he r(cej),t MrH. S. s. Stevens of near
orange, scarlet and emerald ; gl(,ned by lp C0UK,y c,(.k Til,.llt, received In.luries Monday
abound In tho more dressy wraps. (y judK9 foun(y coin. uioruii.g by beins run over by a
Gally-plaided homespun topcoats i,,,, (b.lt (he ..il)rarv hay wagon which later caused hi
make a pleasing array for spoilt,,,,, g ,,,, fa (or wi be; death. Mr. Steven? was hauling
waf. j erected complete und ready for. bay. and the child ran beneath
Really elaborate fur trliiiiiiliigs(ircupuu.y ,n.,udnB permanent j U' moving wagon. While the
do not abound. Coat dealers ex-j insensible furniture aud fix- wheels did not pass over the littl
plain that the furriers bought up, u,.,.s uho arcllUccfs fees, within I "' body, bo was struck by some
all the fur, and that little was leftlh(, i2,G00 promlfed" the plans! P"rt of the vehicle anil injured so
foi trimmings in the ready made,wi ,)() HpproVBd und arrange-1 badly that death resulted the fol
realin. Ilundlngs end collars of :., mado f()r pavmenlg a8 ,h lowing inoruliig.
NO OPEN SEASON . i. ,.i.,..,i i.i. rf,.,,
OX OREGON DOVES T,e chamber will be sufficiently
knew, neither was the bride-to-be. j T18 .llin.ket is steadier than 11 ls the eeneral impression that , arKe to accommodnto between 25
The couple lingered near the court- j )ttst year and n Is exiiected 1 1,18 ',en season on doves begins und 3n poople. and will be strictly
house and argued tbe matter, butjlllat le crop wnl be easily dls- Sept. 1st, but this is wrong. Thej modorn, 4
galled to return. p08ed of in domestic and foreign! "eason 011 doves ,s oloe(1 tor lenj Warden Compton says thut ac-
; markets I mn- Gl,mfl Wl,rrtnns E(l Walker la) work 0 ,,, will not
"WOMEX, DON'T SMOKE." , ; and Pat Dailey h.-ve received l . tart until some perron Is received
' PORTLAND. Ore. Depart-j wire which states that the fede-,,(t , priH03 ,,,,, d(lath aen-
ment stores here have nnng up(,o)D Sr.r.D COU hM.l.t I Kl ral migratory bird act closes the tt,,lcc. .. aill Il(lt in the ,abit of tain your shots will not endanger
"No Smoking" signs in theirj To start a , good corn crop right season on doves for ten years and crossing bridges until I reach I persons, cattle or horses,
women's rest rooms to discotir-.for next year, the best growers ; supersedes and destroys the Ore-, them," said Mr. Compton, "but Noises coming from within the
age tho growing habit. "We, are planning to se'ect their seed i gon law which Bay? the dove sea- nevertheless I have my plans 'brush when the cause Is not
don't mind women rmoking,"said j in the field this fall. Farm bu-.son opens September 1st. Tbei completed, and predict at least! known is' not suficient reason
one manager, "but they are get- reas. county agents, and farm local game wardens will strictly two pxecutlons la'e this year." i'or a huntsman to commence
ling to do it so much that the! crops extension specialist, W. S. enforce tbis law. . shooting.
Insurance companies served no- Carpenter, will conduct seed se- The open season which begins Pacific highway between Myrtle' Hunters should wear colored
lice they would boost their rates lection demonstrations In some September 1st is on deer and gray j Creek and Canyonvllle to be grad-j headgears or hits in order that
unless it was stopped." of the leading corn counties. squirrels. e and rockod this year. 'others may distinguish them.
rabbit, black goats's hair, caracul. ; ,0..k ,,ro.maM.. Thu ,,, that
Persian lamb and pile fabrics of jowphnH colinty wi have , . Tol'K OF FARMS IX
piusl. are used as trimmings brary (or , uni,,r8tood ,.;
whenever guy embroideries or de-
nigus of braid aro nut used.
one local contraeSsY has said that 1
his bid will be under the amount
SISTFR COI XTIES
Plans .have been made to In
stitute a tour of farmers, fruit
: growers and stockmen of Jackson
i end Josephine cn:'nlies to takA
; place Friday and Saturday of this
A strange feature of tho new ; Bll(clfe d
wraps is the combination of color!
and material. A gray and black WnVl.lV HISTORIAN HI'RT
wool velour model ir shown on lhe; WHEN Al'TO SKIDS, ck, and to cover both counties.
Avenue, stitched In gray und trim- OKEGON CITY. Aug. 31. Mra.'Tne tour will start from Grants
med with fur. There is a rounded K.H Emery Dye, noted suffragist Tass Friday morning, and prac
yoke of black satin mid bip insert . leader and historian of early day fieally the whole of that day will
panels of black satin embroidered Oregon, is confined to her home' be devoted to In. peeling farms
in canary yellow wool. Dnngllnr. here today with a fractured collar, 1" Josephine county. Saturday
wroden beads fall from the cuffs, bone and injuries to one arm. aus-!'H be devoted to Jackson coun
belt and collar. talned In an automobile accident,'?- Tne Purpose cf tbis tour Is
' Wraps show more plainly than Saturday night. - lj visit places where special
i.ny other garment the gigantic
thanes of agriculture, horticul-
Influence of Oriental garb, both Estacada Improvements made ture and livestock may be dent
in color and line. on telephone office. enstrated to tbe best advantage.