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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
George Irwin, who has been in
Salem the past week attending the
- ttutt fair, returned home yeater
' L. Davis and wife and Myrtle
Fyrguion of Scuttle are lu Ash
luud, guests at the Hotel Austin.
George A. Culy of Koseburg In
(ponding a few days in Ashland
thll week loukinj after business
Interest it here.
Kir. and Mm, Andrew Holm ure
newcomers to ' Ashland In the
search of a residence. Mr. Holm
Is a sufferer from asthma, and
after trying out thin climate for
a time they may muke this their
Ralph Bllllugs nmi family re
turned home yesterday from a
aeatlou spent in the Willamette
Charles B. Moore, who recently
sold out bis bakery in Grants Puss,
was a business visitor in Ashland
Mr. and Mrs, J. II. Fuller ure
timong the Aslilalid people in Sa
lem this week attending the state
Tom Roberts, night patrolman,
s back in Ashland after fifteen
(lays' vacation spent in Roseburg.
He went on his job this this
' The First Company, Oregon Na
tional Guard, will receive
Its pay checks at drill next Mon
day night. All members of the
Company are expected to be pres
ent at this drill.
I). L. Harris, who has been sick
lor the past week or so, Is report
ed much better and Is able to be
Goodlett & Winters have fitted
lip the store room at 93 North
Main street and will open a meat
market there. They opened their
store for business this morning.
Portland visitors in Ashland
stopping at the Hotel Austin are
R. D. Williams, Joseph Rowley,
A. E. Adams, Paul McCarlln and
wife, F. Jacobsou and C. W. Ful
Urton. Other Oregon guests are
L. E. Walker of Klamath Falls
and R. O. Goff of Siitherlin.
Pliny Leaho cair.c over from
Hilts yesterday to spend a few
days with bis sister, Mrs. J. L.
Heer, while he is recovering from
serious burns he sustained In
fighting fire oil the mountains u
short time aKO. Mr. Leaho wus
frightfully burned about the
hands and face.
A number of properties tire
either in the hands of painters or
their owners are arranging to
have painting done this full befor.j
the winter rains Eet in. The
homes ot C. F. Wert on Mau
zanita street and H. B. Plumnier
on Wimer street ere elready un-
THE LARGKR1 KTOCK OF
IX SOUTHERN OREGON.
Best Goods nnd Best Prices.
Get Our Prices.
WM. 0. DICKERSON
' THE PAIXT MAN
WHAT A POWER
the saving habit soon be
comes and puts one iu
the front line of finan
Use money wisely save
perBistenth' deposit reg
ularly with The Citizens
Bank of Ashland,
P BANK J
kO "FASH LAN Pi
Or O i DEPOSITS,
idergolng improvement In the,
shape of a coat of paint.
bungalow belonging to M. C. Reed
j on Scenic Drive will reeclve a
, new coat of paint and stain
'shortly.' Mr. and Mrs. Reed ex-1
pact to occupy their home next
week, at which time the present j
(lMMlnanta nf thftlr hnuao Mr and;
i.Mrs. F. E. French, will move into'''- ond Mr"' Peter Medson of Se
their own home iin South Pioneer
Robert Casey nnd wife, who
have been over in Klamath county
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iui i.aov nnn ui nu iiaiLluK
wun lueir cnuuren living mere,;
are buck to their home on Allison
Mrs. Jesse Burham was down;
from Siskivou vesterdav .honi.lna
aninnir the Ashland atore
among uie Asnianu stores. ,
I J. A. Meade of Aberdeen, Wush.,
is serving us operator In the
I Western Union telegraph office.
, lie assists Manager C. A. Harris,
who has been playing a lone band
for the past week since former
I Manager Joe Cotter left.
Eastern tourists stopping at tbt
i Hotel Austin arc- M. Louise
I Walker and J. Moore, both from
New York City.
Members of the Klamath Falls
j football team and party accom
panying them, who came over yes-
terduy and remained In Ashland
today for the game included F. E.
Peyton, Leslie Peyton, H. 0. Wort
' ley, C. S. Chastaln, Ernest Miller,
i Paul Keller, P. Montgomery, R.
j McCullum, Robert Goetz, Holland
j Watt, Kenneth Can, Ted Mout
j gomery, Avid Ady, J. Martin Ad
ains, Paul Dulton, Norman Mann,
1 Forrest Cooper, Rudolph Singler,
II. M. Ward and R. Milan.
Califoinlans registered at the
'Hotel Austin are C. F. Asher, P.
J. Stundar, H. L. Close of Duns
muir; George Harris and wife of
Sacramento; Irene Bowlin, i
Blanche Bain and H. Mriuger of jfr. Virginia Fales, who has
San Francisco; Will L. Pollock j been visitlnK in Ridgefield. Wash.,
of Vreka, and G. A. Eberhard offor several weeks, has returned
JDorrls. to Ashland,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wymer of F()U. automobile loads of Shri
! Sheridan, Wyo., are Ashland , ,ierB from Grants Pass came down
quests, stopping at the Hotel Co-
Rev. D. J. Glllanders, who
i ,n- inn..t
gatlonal church for the past year,
has tendered his resignation and
will leave with his family next1 shopping at the Ashland stores,
jweek for Ontario, Ore. Mr. Gil-' 4
landers and family have made Mr. and Mrs. Milton Fraley ex
many, friends during their resl-' pect to leave tomorrow for South-
!dence here who regret their de-
1 part ure. The former will preach
ibis farewell sefinon tomorrow at
the Congregational church.
Ralph French, who with his wife! Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Reed, Mr.
and daughter, has been in Ash-j and Mrs. E. C. Knight and daugh
land for the past month visiting, ter of "Kalispell, Mont., spent a
his father, F. E. Frenlh, has re- j couple of days in Ashland while
reived a commission of second 1 on their way to Lone Beach to
I lieutenant in the army, and left
j yesterday for Vancouver. He was
' accompanied by Mrs. French and
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dickinson,
former well known Ashland
dents, who have been living in 1
Portland within recent years, have;
been spending the past two days
in Ashland, guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Barneburg ;
on North Main street.
Mrs. Dickinson are on their way place tomorrow In Salem. Mr.Bram' The exhibit is the largest
to Fresno, Calif., where they ex- and Mrs. 0. H. Johnson, parents j of al"r ln the country maintained
pect to live. They are making of Mrs. Randies, and her Bister, , by 8 commercial organization. Be
the move by' automobile. Mrs. Pearl Dodge of Berkeley, are ,ore returning home, Mr. and Mrs.
in Pendleton und will attend thejHiek" ex-,ect to v,sit sevftral of
Mrs. J. V. Wright is expecting , (Unerfli, , l'o mnny other places of Interest
the arrival of .her daughter, Mrs. I
Alta Weinberger next week, who
has been spending the past sum- dldate to file a petition for the of
mer in Echo. Mrs. Weinber-. flce of park commissioner for the
(.er wlll remain home this winter. ' coming election. Five commisV
fsioners are to be elected this fall.
Mr. end Mrs. Otto Holman of;
Lincoln, Neb., are tourists who are
in Ashland this week, stopping at;
the Hotel Columbia. '
C. B. Ogden has moved his fam-l
Ily this week from Iowa street to
the house nt 104 Bush street,
which they will occupy for .1
Mrs. John H. Chastaiu of Med
ford had her right arm and hand
torn off Thursday. Her husband
operates the Fluff Rug factory.'
and the woman while In the
tory alone, found the flywheel agBoed 8 touT ,)0nt buck, says
belt slipping. In attempting to j tho Hornbrook correspondent to
adjust the belt without shutting: tne yreka News. With the help
off the power she caught her right I ot w. H. Fox, who was with him,
hand In the belt and wheel, prac-!n9 tie(1 the buck to a tree and
tically tearing ort tne arm neiow '
the elbow, tl is believed she will
Miss Maude Putnam of San
Francisco arrived in Ashland yes
terday and will be the guest of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
Supply Your Kitchen With
Light and Lasting.
Pf ovost Btos.
Putnam of Hargadine street. Miss
.Putnam left the Bay City some
time ago and went by boat to Se
attle, after which she went to
Portland as the guest of her
then later on to
Mr. and Mrs. C. J
ttle ar 8ueBts at ,he Hotel Aus
nil. inner gueni-j iiuiii gion stale U1UI ail ex-service men
!tance are J. J. Roach of Salt Lake should get their applications In as
!Citv - t-'tah. nd Mlss F- BeS osoon as possiblo for the Victory
;st- Thomas, Ont., Can. i medal. Every man who saw ser-
I vIca la entitled to one. whether he
., I .ll
Portland guests stopping at the
Portland guests stopping at tiw
I Hotel Columbia are F. C.
Schmldth, H. Jessee, Marlon G.
Bradley, S. It. Runey and wife.
Mrs. aCtherlne Huverkamp of
Kansas uuy, mo., nrrivea in Asn-i
, , ... ..
d yesterday and will be the
guest of her sister, Mrs. S. B. Mc
Nalr. Mrs. Haverkomp will prob
ably remain here all winter.
Tho Heaver Heultv comnunv to-
day report the sale of the George
A. Culy residence on -Liberty
street to Addle E. Peck, who lata -
lv came her from Newnork.
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t It required much tribulution to;
j reach Ashland, but C. E. Ran-j
! dull, who Btarted with eight tons!
of household furniture on a truck
from Albany finally reached hero,
after a hard trip lasting a week.!
Mr. Randall, who will locate in
this city, left his former home
town with the furniture of two
families. It rained all the way.
he claims, until he reached Ash-
lanu, ami ut many places ne was
stuck in the mud so long that
long strings of automobiles were
held up on either side, and had!
to help pull him out. He was a I came home yesterday from a two
happy man when he reached Ash-jweek's visit near Portland. Mr.
land Thursday evening. (Van Natta returnB with the avow-
! ui that Ashland is good enough
Mrs. J. B. Duncan has returned ,for Hfl Btatea lt rallled aM
from a visit with relatives and th(J whUe he waB gone Anil
friends in Berkeley, Sacramento! ,t. WM BUre enough ,., ne d(;.
I aim oiuer poima m wiiutiut.
illst evening to attend the meet
ing of Hllluji Temple, M. S. A'"" . " n '
number were also here from Med- Wife' "". ,A' B' ,r0W"' . ,''
ford ,, JllckgonTile.
jj,., an( Mrs. Delbert Goddard
WPre over from Hilt yesterday
ern California. They will stop
jut San Francisco for a short visit,
'then go on south as far as Los
'spend the winter. The Kulispell
j visitors were friends of Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. Frenc'i, former resi-
'dents of that city, and visited
j with the latter while here. They
istarte( thlg nlornlng for the
Word was received in Ashland
today from Pendleton stating that
the funeral of the late Mrs.
Charles Randies, whose death oc-
curred there Thursday, will take'th,,t arB a nart ot tho dail' ',r-
Frank Jordan Is the only can-
m- and Ali-a P S Courtney and
Msg E. Park of Sanla Barbara.'
Calif., are tourist, registered at
the Hotel Austin,
Mrs.' Inez Eagan " Jeffrey left
last night for her home ln Hnmil-'tlng
ton City, Calif., after making a
visit in Ashland with her grand
mother, Mrs. B. H. Hatch, on
While rounding up beef cattle
fac-jone day Iaat week Albert Lichens
killed him. '
J. A. Siahan, H, J. Robinson,
wife and daughter and L. E. Che-1
verria are San Francisco guests:
at the Hotel Austin. j
J Kay Loosley, the well known weeK r 80 as nno cantpeu ...
j cattle man ot Klamath county, is!the 811,0 Dark' w,,ich tin,e th
busiues. visitor to Aslilund this ! decided to locate In Ashland. La-
A. C. Keller is giving his houses j
on Allison street a coat of paint,
this fall and otherwise improving!
the properties. The- residences '
thus treated are the one In which
he lives and the one occupied by
M E. Boslough. Thes Improve-
ments add materially to the ap -
pearance of that street.
Mr. and Mrs. George Berkheis-
er of Yreka, who are touring In
Oregon, stopped off a few days that country is a hunter's para
thls week to visit at the home of dise, It hunting is all he is after,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Carey In Talent, as he can get all kinds of aensa
yesterday afternoon Mrs. Carey tions over the rough, steep moun
brought her guests up to Ashland tains, , but getting game there Is
and took them through the park; another matter. Tbey saw plenty
and over other scenic sections. The of deer tracks, they said, but nary
guests expressed, themselves as 'a deer did they see to shoot at.
much pleased wlh Ashland. I 9 9 '
4 L. 0. Moon and wife of Cheha-
Members of the American Le- "s, Mrs. M. S. Miles of Spokane
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. ..rvlee abroad or at home,
i,,h . hnmn.'
, (llB lmnl.e98on among some
ex.gei.vice mm thnt tUe American!"1 h " Columbia.
wlll Drovide these med- .
als to Its members but such Is
i not the case, as eacu man geis ui
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own. A number have alread)
. . . . , ,
oeen receivea anu are a uiiuuHuiin-
' Walter Everton Is having his
! house on Allison street moved
if,om )re8ent location ' ,n;
other rl nearer ,lie ce"ler, of
1 town' Wlien the Work ls CorapIet"'
Id tne reddence will be attrac-
E- E. Walford was up fromj
Medford yesterday afternoon onj
Seattle guests stopping ut the.
Hotel Columbia are Sam Hunter,
and wife and J. R. Berkey.
Mrs. J. E. Barrett arrived lusl i
! eve " f"rom H p c wher188 nl,easa"u beSns f,rid"'- 0(riic has been definitely Tixed for
BUe u leacbine Mhoo ,0 uttel i ober X- 0,;ly ,lv' ca" be kl"ed j Thursday, October 7. It will be
Ule funerBl ot ,he ialB Ml., j0B
Mr. and Mrs. G. 0.
. ..., mtle d ,.k(.
iwe get here, in which a Peo , missloner for the western district,
-does not mind being out ln. It wns.wft9 gn AMani vUtor from Port.
a regular downpour all the while " lanrt ye8ter(,av eMlng on hi8
The country is very prosperous, j rlendg ,,,, mak,ng a tom. of
I h clai8' only ,ne weather Is to.. thig gectlon o the gUtc
! wet for comfort.
! Hotel Columbia guests from
Portland guests at the Hot.l
i rntumhlu uro C R Killiin 1111,1
' BuesiB ai iiih smiic nuiei uie j. . .
uray, crnesi rupe aim j. r.. oaa-
George Roman of Happy Cantp
ls an Aslilund visitor a few days'
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Barrett:
are in Ashland, called here by the
death of their grandmother. Mrs.
An 11-pound baby daughter ar
rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Delsman of 1149 Oak
street. The little lady was horn
J September 23, and Is the finest
in lown' according to her
i t"K"1a parents.
' Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Hicks, from
Ashland, were visiters on Septem
. ber 25 ut the big exhibit of
! Southern ' California products
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j mauuuiueu nee 10 1110 puuhl iu
j ,ne Los Antseles Chamber of j
1 Commerce. They also attended
the lectures and motion picture
I In the Southland
Californians stopping at the
Hotel Austin are K. K. Edglngton
of Berkeley; H. 8tr!iiger and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Orrieott, V.
.Dean and M. Folk of San Fian-
j c'c. .
W,ll""n Carlton, who came
bought a home on Weigntman
! street, has come to Ashland with
: sireet, nus come to asihuiiu whu ;
n,B nousehold effects nnd is get-
locatel hl9 new non,e- Hl' I
family will tollow shortly uy au-
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Barker were 1
over night visitors from Horn
brook, returning home this morn
Mrs. W. H. Leland. Miss II. A.
Miller and George Beck of Chica
go, III., are Ashland guests, stop
ping at the Hotel Austin.
0. H. Cole and family of Cor
nelius, and Mr. and Mrs. .1. H.
Cook of 8tansfieid are newcomers 1
to Ashland and have taken tne
house at 102 Oak sireet. They
came through here a couple of
. . . j
ter they went on to visit in Duns- firBt time since her Injury. She
mulr and lef arrangements for a'gtlll walks on crutches.
house when they returned. Mr.j
Cook is the son-in-law of Mr. and) Portland guests In Ashland at
Mrs. Cole, and Is an ex-service I the Hotel Austin today were A.
man. He received three wounds! L. George, Thos. Butts, A. Wim
by a bursting shell in the battle
of Argonne and was confined to.gon guests at mis noiei are 1. n.
hnepital for many months.. j Marple. and Fannie E. Virgil of
' Klamath Falls, and F. U. Lewis
! Nate - a,,d H- - """""'of Eugene.
; field are back from a several (
days' hunting trip through tha j According to Sheriff C. E. Teri
'wilds about Colestin. They state1 rill no deputy will be sent to
v u.,u .
among Washington tourists In
Aslilund, registered ut the Hotel
Ml), I HriirO f'nttOratf rf ITlitiu am
r. . . . .
corge n. nullum or I'ortlnnri
was ln A8"laB1 lus n'K" "topping
Lake that the recent heavy fall!
of snow there has alt melted j
away, the weather fine and the
going good clear to the lodge. This
is the word from the stuge driv
er running between the luke ami
Medford, and he is muking trips
out every day yet. The season
at the lodge closes tomorrow, Oc
tober 1, but the lodge wlll re
main open to accommodate the na
tional park-to-park touring party
which Is expected there Friday or
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Redifer
have started housekeeping In the
Johnson apartments on North
Main street after living for some
time on Mountain avenue.
The open season for hunting Ch-I
' ' . "u
ten In any consecutive seven days
1 with not more than three female
' pheasants In any bag of ten.
M. Clemens, the Rexall drug
gist of Giants Pass, is In Ash
land this week helping at the
1 -cent sale on at the Hexall drug
store of McNuir Bros.
William B. Bennett, democratic
candidate for public service com-
Caifu....ia are p Williams and
wlIe. or een; airs. Kate mui-
, Montague; S. L. Magos and
. wjfe ,ons Hpa(,1); S()I,hy Fl,er
Eva L. Augusta of Dana; Hirant
H. Frazer of Dunsinulr and II. G.
Mashburn and wife ot Little Shas
ta. I Attorney W. J. Moore left this
morning for Lakeview to be gone
several days on business matters.
Larry Schade of the Reddy Jew
elry store declares he never had
so mucn rai sport as during ml,ot le compiet,.,!, hut whicluit
recent week's hunting and fl"''-j known would he t omploto by
Ing outing with C. A. English
and Elmer Colvln of Portland,
who came here especially for this
trip, and Harry Toiulinsoti ot
Aslilund, with headquarters at
Chester Ktibll's cabin at Little
Squaw lake. The party bagged
five very fine bucks! several of
which were very largo and nearly
wore off their arms pulling in th,1
trout, the latter came so fast.
Medford Mall Tribune.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnle Lauermuu
have ret,.ne,i from Oakland.
Calif., and will spend the coming
winter with their daughter, Mrs.
L. F. Ferguson.
Jack Brady and MelvLn Kaiegi
are among the Ashland boys to
enter the University of Oregon at
Eugene this year.
Superintendent G. A. Briscoe
of the city schools, und Superin
tendent Smith of the Medford
schools go to Sulem this week to
meet with the other members of
the committees for the state teach-
ers' association which meets Fri-
daJP and Satu.duy of this week
ito di"CUI", "ro)ects "l
(on with tn agfl0cintloii.
h. R. Thomas nnd family are
going to move awav trom Aslilund
thls week. Mrs. Thomas anil
child will go to Sacramento for
the present, while Mr. ThomnB
w b(J en,pIoy,d Bt Hornbrook.
B. C. Gilllland 01! Fossii is vis
iting at the home of his son, W.
C. Gilllland on North Main street.
Mr. Gilllland may get the Fossil
habit and locate in Ashland.
H. A. Dillon and H. A. Coey
of Clovervllle, N. Y.. and L. N. S.
Klaesson of New Vork City are
tourists stopping at the Hotel Aus-
Mrs. H. F. Pohland, who suf
fered a fractured ankle several
months ago while changing cars
on her way home from Marshfield
was dowu street today for the
and O. E. Williams Other Ore-(
Ashland this fall td receive the last
half of the taxes. Instead a
check should be sent to the slier
Iff, giving him the number of the
first half of the taxes paid.
Mrs. Wolf, who came here yes
terday from Dunsinulr to visit
Mrs. T. Franco left this morning
for Medford to spend a few days
with her brother, who resides
Mr. and Mrs. John D. MulfieUl
of Granite street are parents of
a son who was born to them Sep -
County Commissioner T. H.
Simpson, who with the other:
county officluls, has been in Port-'
lund attending the meeting nf the!
state highway commission, is!
nome. .mi. bimpsou sioppeu on . yur( s.ln a (h(i fij(ii( ttf
In Salem yesterday to attend thewi,( (lm.ks ,lavo .llu, jt follows
statefatrwhich. he states, Is won-ith(t ,)(; haH a w.(m spot )n hs
derfully fine this year. The Jack-! henrt f). tti(,.rowl , ,
sou county erhiblt is a huge sue-: ,he lntl!1.eMl) t ,,, hn ,..
cess this year, Mr. Simpson 8a.V8, ' pm-ed n leaflet on the propagation
This is under the direction of q( vM Uu(.ks w,i(i) m.iy ))e h.i(1
County Pathologist C. C. Cate, and ( fn)m he niII.Il( ,)f ni()0Rlcu
the booth which emphasizes srV(,v i-,lit(Hi states Department
peaches. pears and apples In Its ()f ARrlcllUl.ei ,,v v,ma who
exhibit, is viewed constantly byskg 101. it
large crowds every day. and Is one, MlM.n(lit lp c.lsi(.st , hall.'
of the most attractive county ex-,,, W0(d llu(.( comill(,
hibits at the fair. , . jj.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Nicley and fam
ily have gone to Council, Ida., to
spend some time with relatives.
The dato for the Jackson I
County Pioneers' reunion and pic-
held In Jacksonville unci will be
attended by n large number of
J. A. Ormandy of Portland, as
isstant general passenger agent,
and R.' E. Kelly of San Francisco,
representative of the executive de
partment of the Southern Puciflc
company, visited Ashland yester
day afternoon while making a
tour of this section looking after
Today Ib the last day for tllins
of petitions of nomination of can
didates for city offices, and un
less the petitions or certificates of
nomination are filed by f o'clock
this evening with the City Recor
der, any additional names sug
gested for city .offices will hu-vo
Alcorn of Slsson;'to be written in tit the election
on November 2.
I'p until 3 o'clock this afternoon
tho following candidates had com
C. H. Pierce, J. W. Miloer, T.
J. Le.MuRler, Kmerson Howell, 0.
M. Frost, F. J. ShUin and W. E.
Blake, all of whom aro seeking
Other petitions nt the City Re
corder's offico, filln:' of which hail
Lamkin, to succeed himself as
mayor; 0. E. Eubunks for city
The"CIetrac is sturdy, powerful and absolutely
dependable built to give you the long-lived,
trouble-free service you want.
(The marvelous success of the Clctrac in 1919 caused the
bulk of farmers everywhere to put their O..K. on the small
'tank-type. And now because the Clctrac is the "fashion"
because a greatly increased output means a lower manufac-
turingcost ivc can off cr a better Cletrac and still reduce the,
price to you.
Only the very best of materials are used. Every workman irt
the Clctrac shops is an expert. And rigid factory inspec
tions guard against mechanical imperfections.
From radiator-cap to the tip of the drawbar, the.Cletrac is
built right. Come in and look this tractor over. Sec for
yourself its honest construction. Let us show you what it,
will do for you on your own farm,
treasurer, Gertrude Biede for city
recorder and A. C. Joy and J. L.
Hamer for couucilmen.
There is some talk on the street.?
of other candidates having peti
tions out but nothing official had
transpired regarding them up to; ins, but the provisions for shelter
the time of going to press. need not be elaborate. For most
Ashland Is to elect a complete I ducks and most climates a simple
set of city officers this year, in-j three-sided shack is sufficient,
eluding mayor, treasurer, city re- though extreme cold weather
corder, six councils ell ulid five' find the ducks housed In a tight
park commissioners. Present in-' huildlni! with a nlertv of litter oi
dicationa ure that no one wants
, (.mmis,!(,n j()i)s, 80 it'
wm ,e up to the public to hand
(them to somebody by writing in
now To It ISK
We Have on Hand
A Complete Line
Built to Last
Black ducks need more space than
either of these because they are
more sensitive a- bit "wilder."
Widgeon and teal need wlnte
shelter, If grown In the North, to
a greater extent than their cous-
p.esh Infusions of wild blood
must be introduced from time to
time if the birds arc to keep their
' Wild-duck eggs are usually
' hatched under hens, though they
may be hatched in an Incubator.
Breeding stock of whatever
specipK shou( ,,e obtuineil In the
full so as to be sett'ed In its quar-
tpi.a ,)e(ore the breedllls seas(llli
whion rolllea rntuer early ,
8Ill.illK. riie leaflet describes the
care and feeding of the youiK
Rt evpry 8taf,e , ther
velopment from the yellow taz?.
of the duckling to the gleaming Ir-
idescent feathers cf the niaturo
bil,,, It lg u,xtH that shouhl
interest sportsmen as well a, the