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Utxinewiiy. November 10,
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Work on the Savage ruplds dam!"1 highway Is paved over the
fct the Grunts
v.orks Is progressing satisfac
torily, according to reports from
thut city. The concrete walls for
I he power house: located en the
north sldo of the river, are now
process of construction, while the
i.nm'lnz of concrete in the forma
fr the mniu portions of the tlamlMr'- 8Car Ft""teel.
is continued dully, bringing the! ,,
wall, up to where high water c..i F! C
,. ii m -ff ! Allen ot ' Whitman forest
A fine picture appeared In the!
recent cony of the Musical Amerl
ran of Dr. Hollis E. Dann. a cous
In of Mrs. J. H. Fuller of this' father- Thl 19 the chlld
city. Dr. Dann was for many years111 AUtin ,Rmlly-
liend of the music department of; ., , .
., ,. , . Prof. W. O. Beatt Is, one of the
Cornell university, and now the1, ,., ... . , ... .
. . i Instructors of the county Institute
unurltf nnnn lltiVI H i'ali nf mil,.)
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11U .uvui lllll.'iu I'l UIU SlulO 01
Robert W. 0::boru of the Oregon
TuherculoHlu association was a
business visitor In Ashlund yester
day. Tourists phasing through Ash
land and stopping for a few days
t the Hotel Austin are George A.
Trimble, wife and child, and Mlss;ha, dec,ded , , Me(Jford
M. Armson or Portage LaT-ralrie. : un, Dext March befor, returnlI1,
Ci.nadu Other Canadiun guestSjt0 tlie loutni
ot this hotel are P. W. Gregory' '
Allen, wife nr.d child of Victoria,
Mrs. T. L. Brown and her young
son, who was born at a local bos-
A lltul two wecksligo, left last night
,Ji for their homo In Dunsmuir. They
mother, Mrs. Smith, who had been
Maying in Ashland with her daugh-
Portland guests in Ashland over'
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1 j - , iiikiii, stopping hi ine noiei to-i
liKi'S? lumlila were W. M. Peterson, W.
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fl ytauMinn unit r. it. iiuk'V. (
;' i,.'::4,' fieorge Kannerly and I.. L. Du-!
I liion of Medford hud biiHlnean in
1 Aslitand yesterday afternoon.
Attorney Nellie Dickey was down
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vf ".' iig business.
Mrs. L. W. Rogers, a w,ll known . ' eleclon
'A I,,0n0,r TMeUt MMm'1 The Hotel CoumU. has- the fol-
itS-'Vl "UU0 '" l ,,,,r h0,"e " hl!
I. O. Snidor and O. L. Woelffle
U-.'ll vere two Grants Pass business
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li'.en ill Ashlard yesterday.
j L. P. Brown and family left yes
terday morning for California,
where they v.lll spend the winter
-1,' sii '. lieorge uaics a"" iniiiuy m , ..
' ?l r. . t. ,, , 1 . . 1 R. E- Hughes are three Portland
v'-i,. Great Falls, Jlont., have leased. "
V"'V ., , ,, . , jbu senes men in Ashland today,
the Bell Roor..ng house oiFourth;
Tjt sircci ana wi.i carry on uiui hum-
s- '. 1 tipaa in nlurn r.f lla former 1PR!'..
Irs. P. N. HuVher.
i: tornia poopw regwiereu at,
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the Hotel Auctin are A. W. Evans
utid wife, Miss M. H. and Mrs. H.j
Cash of Montague, Mr. and Mrs.j
R. S. Morgan of Berkeley, Calder
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W. J. Willis of Sail Francisco, H. I
n. neene ot nornoro-m.
guests are J. A. Johnson of Ta-j
coma, Mrs. O. W. Tillolson ofj
Glendale, W. S. Johnston of Cros -
well, J. W. Whitney and E. Fair -
i Mrs. Cliffo;d Jenkins and two
little daughters are In Grants Pass
.tliia week visiting her mother and
sister, Mrs. Charles Hansen and
Mis. Clarence Wlnet' out.
Tho Ashland Lumber company!
Jius Increased Its capital stock from
$.10,000' to $25,000.
Dr. Mury Cole of Albuiiy, who
hag been the guest of the O. W.
Benedict- family and other friends
in Ashland fo;- the past week, left j
yesterday for her home.
Wllmer Hilt of Hilts, Calif.,
i-anin over last evening to spend !
!the week end with friends In Ash-j
land. He will return home tomor
i Mrs. P. N. Butcher, who has
been conducting tho Bell Rooming
.bouse on Fourth street, has given
tip her lease and expects to leave
boon for California.
John Dimmit of Klamath Falls
Was an Ashland visitor this week,
The following well known teach
ers were unanimously chosen by
the Institute Body to be delegates
to the Oregon State Teachers' As
sociation to b0 held in Portland
luring the holidays: E. H. Hed
' rick, supt. of the Central Point
- (schools, and Mrs. Grace Dickey,
of the Talent schools. As alter
"liates Susanuo W. Howes, County
Superintendent and Mrs. Maude
IL Dltsworth, of the Prospect
, The new Smith hill grade has
been completed according to J. C.
Hanna, gays the Grants Pass Cou
rier of yaaterday. The grade on
this side Is ready now for gravel
ling which will probably be done
this winter. Contractor Hildc
lrand is movinf out his camp and
tiiiiii ment and will start work on
the highway between Myrtlo
Creek and Canyonvllle. The high
way, according to Mr. Hanna, It to
b almost a scenic boulevard when
mountain. Mr. Hanna left thin
morning for Myrtle Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. Patterson and
daughter Rose are home from
Madison, Calif., where they had
been making an extended visit'
with their daughter and sister.
l" Eastern Oregon, presented her
hu"band wlth 8 "on on Presided
- i1181 election day. November 2,
- ' whlch ' al' the birthday of the
,at Medford this week, addressed
the Ashland Parent-Teachers' cir
cle Thursday afternoon The
aim instructive taic
A. D. Parker and family and
R. W. Harvey of Portland are
guests at the Hotel Austin. -I
Mrs. Walter MacAdams, who re-
6ntlv cam- un trom n.Ilflltnl.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blatchley andi
W. F. Sexton of Hillsboro were
Ashland visitors this week.
The following San Francisco
gueatg are stopping at the Hotel
Austin: L. W. Estes, J. Bock,
W. G. Woightman and Wm. A.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Grtssom on October 29. The
little lad tipped the scales at 7
Bazll Hull of Jacksonville visit
ed Ashland yesterday.
Few tourists and visitors are
registered at the local hotels yes-
: terday on account of election call-
lug the great majority to their
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homes to cast their votes at the
loving from Danimulr stopping
Ithert: H. A. Culy, Mrs. T. M.
?rnm"re' rK ' www'u-
! ,ay,or' J: J- " '
.tiaxwen. Airs. a. uiimore ana
.im. 1. nani gi nuruuruun are
also guests at this hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Gillette and
son. eGorge Virgil, are spending
the week end In Portland.
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luurmiif iiuiii tun iiuuuio -on.
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looKtng arouna Asniana are u. i
Hennesley and Wm. A. Halloran.
. iof Watchasea, N. D. They aroj
stopping at the Columbia while.
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George Ramgey of 0mah&i Neb.t
, Ashland, the guest of his
father, Charles Ramsey, and sls-
ter, Miss Amy Ramsey, at their
nonl9 on Drive.
L- L. Damon and A. E. Gallett
f Medford had business in this
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hosklos of
Walla Walla, Wash., spent yes
terday in this city.
Melvln Ray Priest and wife of
j Portland have arrived in Ashland
and are guests of the former's par-.
ellt8i jr and Mrs. J. H. Priest. I
Tney will remain here tnrouglii
tho coming week to attend the , '"et''i to tne ornce by nearly
golden ' wedding annlversiry or'wo ,0 one over his opponent, H.
Mr. and Mrs. Priest, which wilW. Hubbard. The latter carried
be observed next Saturday. I nly o Precinct, It is stated. All
; the present councilmen were also
The directors of the Ashland j
Chamber of Commerce gave a
luncheon in the Chautauqua Plo
neet hall Weduedaj noon whllt
transacting business that was up
The following people from Port
land were registered over night
at the Hotel Austin: Mrs. L. B.
Conser, D. M. Stevenson. McFad
den and Abel, J. C. Austin, Elsie
P. Kappen, Geo, H. Young. Others
were P. Zemansky of San Fran-
cisco and W. H. Danewood of Gleu-
J. H. Fuller, secretary, of tho
Ashland Chamber of Commerce,
was down to Medford yesterday
addressing the teachers at the
county Institute in session there
this week In regard to the sum
mer school in Ashland that was
Inaugurated during the past sum
mer. Miss Alice Do ran la back from
Oakland where she had been
spending the past three months
with her sister. Mrs. C. C. Cole.
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney N. Hazle
tcn of Sacramento arrived in Ash-led
Idtid this morning tor the first:
visit they liave paid to the latter's
parents, Mr. ar.d Mrs. W. M. Bar-jment of that denomination. The
ber, since their marriage over a, leading address was delivered by
Mr. Hazelton la in the
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In that city. They will remain
here until 'over Thanksgiving
umiiii closed the sale a
(ew days ago of the 36 acre tract
of lund one and a half miles this
side of Talent belonging to C. W.
Banta to Alfred Maneely of the
Clayton orchards, who will take I
possession Immediately. I
Ashland people who attended)
the regular forum luncheon of the
Medford Chamber of Commerce,
Wednesday, were Mrs. Grace B.
Dickey, Mrs. Ada L. Stannard,
Miss Susanna W. Homes, B. C.
Forsythe and I. C. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kaiser left
yesterday for Glendale to live this
winter after spending the summer
In Ashland. Mr. Kaiser had a
truck at work on the Pacific high
way, and has left It here In charge
ot his brother-in-law.
Mrs. Tom Larimore of Duns
muir was an Ashland Bhopper yes
terday. Wallace Broughton, son of Mrs.
A. M. Broughton, who has been
seriously 111 at a local hospital, was
removed to bis home at 28 Morton
street yesterday. Master Wallace
is having more than his shaie of
troubles. Owing to n serious heart
trouble he had tor several weeks
to give up all games that are so
dear to a boy. One week ago he
was operated upon fAr appendlci-
tls; this was complicated by an
attack of double pneumonia,
I now on the road to recc
U now" the road to recovery,
but will be confined to lits bed for
some, time. Miss Durren was;
called from San Francisco by Mrs.
Broughton to assbt her In nurs -
ing ner little son.
Mrs. Hubert Morrel ot Acme,
Wash., who accompanied - ber
mother. Mrs. Thomas Stephens, to
Ashland two weeks ago, left this
morning to return home after vis
iting with her cousin, Mrs. F. J.
Shlnn. Mrs. Stephen, will remain,
here during the winter.
Wild geese were heard In this
section of the valley last, night
and this morning until daylight
cleared the way through the fog
for them to ret their bearings on
their migration to the south. Many
hunters were out at the peep of
day trying to get a shot at the
huge birds before they left the
flats where they were supposed to
have settled for the night.
J. K. Huff of Akron, Ohio, and
O. E. Graham of Chicago, Ills.,
were eastern tourists registered
n. V.n A.lotln loo ntKt
v , -ow.. .v
The Hotel Austin has as its
guests the following from nearby:
sta,tes: Dr. Guy Fish of Seattle;
W. G. Brown and F. W. Boer of
San Francisco; W. J. Flood of
Hilt; C. C. Modln of Byrom, Csllf.,
and W. H. Bowler of Boise, Idaho.
Mrs. Sarah Allio Rhodes and
son, Adolpb Rhodes, have gone to
Portland to vis t t ie r son and
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nromer, 1 nomas unones. -Alter
spending several days In that city
they will continue their journey
to Seattle to visit relatives for sev
With the lifting this morning
of the dense curtain of fog that
haa enshrouded the mountains
since esterday afternoon, a quan
tity of snow was seen well down
the foot hill j.- A good rain fell in
the valley during. the afternooni
M. B. Green and wife of Rose-
burg spent yesterday in the cltyjner, 625; Pierce. 807; Shlnn, 765
while on a business trip in this
Mayor Gates of Medford was re-
,a(.k DeLaney formerly of this
(, ty but now of Knights Lauding,
is In the city today, accompanied
by his wife. They have been vis-
lj1K c c CIark of Ashland, who
Is also here for the day. OrantB
J. W. Ewing of Eugene was iu
this city yesterday on a business
Portlund guests stopping at the
Hotel Columbia are J. S. Suther
land, E. O. Rapier, R. E. Heaward
and Win. Petersen. E. E. Mllllron
ot Olympia, Wash., is also a guest
of this hotel.
George Fanerly of Medford had
businesg In Ashland yesterday.
Mrs. J. H. Doran had the mis
fortuna to dislocate her ankle in
a fall Sunday and has been laid
up with the injured member ever
since. She is guttiri; alon; nicely,
however, at present, but was great
ly disappointed in not being able
to cast her ballot for Harding at
the election Tuesday.
A representative audience greet-181;
the speakers in the Baptist
church here last evening in the'
Interests of the Forward Move- r
H. Bowler, field repre-
0. H. Young, D.
ious educations director of Or-
egon. and Miss Elsie Kaonon.
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Columbia River district field
worker for women. The women
of the Baptist church served a
! luncheon between the afternoon
and evening sessions in the par
lors ot (be church. r
D. J. Jarvls, a well known busi
ness man of Roseburc. is in Ash- ,
land this week representing the!
Automatic Electric Brake and!
Comblnatlon Electric Hammer and!
Drill company. Mr. Jarvls Is
making a demonstration of this
new brake in the room formerly!
used by the Gartner junk store on
Eant Main street. Mr. Jarvls
claims the goods sell themselves
simply by being Inspected.
Jerry Hogan, the "trombone
wizard," was down at Medford
Wednesday night rehearsing with
the new Premier Novelty orches
tra, which will open a series of
Saturday, night dunces in the ar
mory, beginning tomorrow night.
ARK SNOWED VNDER
Ashland gave an overwhelming
vote tor Harding and Coolldge at
the election yesterday, with the
whole republican ticket well In
the fore. The only precinct In the
city in which the democrats led
was East Ashlund, where Cox tor
president and Chamberlain for IT.
S. senator led, as well as some
ot the county officers.
V. V Carter. AHlilnnd'M randidate
for togWatI honorii leadg on
the county ticket U the city with
895 votfltt Hifl runnlne mat.
. - . ,econd
' h g82 voUg Qn tne munlclpal
ticket Mayor Lamkln is elected to
succeed himself by 3 vote of 1017.
Only one measure voted upon
yesterday carried in the city. This
was me one regulating g.s.ai.ye,
session, which received 660 votes
yes, against 4 33 no. Tne measure
fnr rnmnvtnir thA rnnntV seat to
wa8 y ,
was lost In the city by a
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vote of 696 against and 320 for.ljj. nQ g0
rouowing is too total vote mi
Ashland in eight precincts; I
D.i.i-.,u... . r, I
V. S. Senator Stanfield. 700;
Representative in Congress
Hawley, rep., 826; Talbert, soc.,
Sec. of State Kozer, rep'., 845;
Sears, soc. 84.
Food and Dairy Commissioner
"Hawlev. ren.. 801: Von Behren.
Public Service Commission
Buchtel, rep., 621; Bennett, dem.,
Representative, Jackson County,
Curler, rep., 996; Sheldon, rep.,i
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j SBi mansneia, am.,ui, i iui.
County Attorney Roberts, rep.,
740; Moore, dem., 588. j
County Commissioner Bursell.l
rep., 812; Hill, dem., 424.
Sheriff TerrfU, rep., 795; Jen-1
i ntngs, dem., 677.
County Clerk Florey, rep., 797; Roberta, 83.
Rigg, dem., 512. j Commissioner Burcell, 98;
County Treasurer Walker, rep.,. Hill, S3.
791; 'Schieffelln, dem., 407. ! Sheriff Terrlll, 94; Jeunings,
County Assessor Coleman, rep., j 69.
902; Trowbridge, dem., 387. Clerk Florey, 88;' Rlgg, 73.
City Officers. ! Treasurer Walker, 101; Schief-
Followlng is the vote on cltynjnt 66.
officials on which there was nol Assessor Coleman, 110; Trow
contest: i bridge,. 49.
Mayor Lamkln, 1017; Nlms,1 Superintendent Holmes, 131.
Park Commissioner Jordan
775; Mrs. Vaupel, 30.
Councilmen Blake, 886; Frost.,
847; Harner, 630; Howell, 541;
Joy, 716; LeMasters, 463; Mill-
Initiative and Referendum
Compulsory Voting BUI Yea.
371; no, 771.
Regulating Legislative Sessions
Yes, 660; no, 433. j
Oleomargarine Bill Yes, 432;
Tax Bill Yes, 187; no, 968.
Fixing Terms of County Officers
Yes, 616; no, 665.
Port of Portland Bill Yes, 375;
Interest Bill Yes, 206; no,
Bird Refuge Bill Yes, 454; no,
Divided Legislative Sessions
Yes, 379; no, 576.
Market Commission Bill Yes
284; no, 753.
County Seat Removal Yes, 320; y
Southeast Ashland polled 203
vnlaa and at iha tlma nf SOinK
to press the count was not com-,
pleted. This, It is stated, will not,
materially aid the democratic vote :
In the city, but will only be a
gain to the republican vote. North-'
west Ashland also has not re-
Following is the vote by procincts
with the exception of Southeast
Ashland and Northwest Ashland
ASHLAND EAST CENTRAL. .Talbert, 31.
National. I Sec. of State Kozer, 99;
President Harding, 5; "cox.jSeara, 18.
57; Watklns, 4; Debs, 8; Cox, t. Justice of Supreme Court
SUte. j Brown, 26.
IT. 8. Senator Chamberlain. 64: j Attorney General Van Winkle
Hayes, 8; Slaughter, 6; Stanfield 8.
Rep. In Congress Hawley, 106
Se. of State Kozer, 1 12; Sears.
Attorney General Coshow, II.
Dairy and Food Com. Hawley,!
ASttLASD WIltKLt TTDflKHI
Publlc Service Com. Bennett,
87; Buchtell, 80.
Rep, to Legislature Carter,
Ills Sheldon, 81; Mansfield. 40;
Rep. Ninth Diet. Hopkins, 101.
District Attorney Moore, 53;
Co. Com. Bursell, 80; Hill, 81.
Sheriff Jennings, 51; Terrlll.
Clerk Florey. 84; Rlgg, 6.
Treasurer Scblefflln, 47; Wal-
Assessor Coleman, 84; Trow
School Superintendent Holmes,
Surveyor Rhodes, 110.
Coroner Perl, 113.
Justice of the Peace Uowdy,
l20' i ASHLAND BOULEVARD
Constable Hatcher, 103. j National
C1- President Harding, 167; Cox,
Mayor Lamkln, 85; Nlius, 14.177,
Treasurer Eubanks, 125. j State. '
Recorder. Blede, 124. u, a senator Stanfield, 133.
Par com. Jordan, 123; Mrs.
E. V. Carter, 12
Councilmen Blake, 113; Frost,
94; Horner, 77; Howell, 64; Joy
83; LeMasters, 49; Millner. 68;
Pierce, 100; Shlnn, 102.
AMENDMENTS AND PETITIONS
compulsory voting and Regis -
tnuton Yes, 49; no, 79. 7j
Regulating Legislative Sessions i Sheriff Jennings, 161; Ter--Yes,
60; no, 46. rlll 16
Oleomnrgerlne Bill Yes, 43; no.l Clerk Florey, 153; Riggs. 84;
94' I Trea.urer Walker, 113;
Single Tax Amendment Yes, gchiefflln 61.
28; no, 103. I Assessor Coleman, 178; Trow-
Fixing Term of Co. Officers 1 bridge 66.
Yes, 66; no, 57. ' atyt ,
Port of Portland Dock Com-' Mayor Lall,kn,' 176; Butler.
mission-Yes, 39; no, 57. S; NlnnKePi 6; Enders, 2.
Yes, 54; no, 88.
rixing i.egai itate or interest
Yes, 28; no, 101.
Roosevelt Bird Refuge Yes, 67;
.'no, 76. ' 1
Divlded LcElllutlve Se98ion
ycg 17. no go
State Market Cnm V lit-'
neoiovui 01 1 oiin nousc yes.
For President Harding, 100
Cox, 56; Watklns, 4; Debs, 9; W
V. 8. Senator Stanfield
j Chamberlain, 68.
Congress Huwiey, 111;
jhert, 18. .
i of State Kozer, 114; Sears.
Justice of Supreme Court
1 Attorney General Van Winkle,
2: Coshow, 27. '
Dairy and Food Com. Hawley,;
117. ir t,.V.,n '
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runiic service i;om. iieniieii,
, 46; Buchtel, 82. ,
Rep. to Legislature Carter,
114; Sheldon, 89; Mansfield, 60;
Phlpps. 48. j
, District Attorney Moore, 76.
Mayor Lamkln, 139.
Treasurer Eubauks, 146.
Recorder Blede, 141.
Park Com. Joidan, 146; Mrs.
Councilmen-rBlako, 121; Frost,
m. Harner, 103; Howell, 98;
Joy.( 97. iMaj,tBrs, 64; MUlner,
c6; pierce, 116; Shlnn, 108.
Comnulsorv Votina Yes. 42:
Regulating Legislative Sessions
Yes, 66; no, 62.
Oleomargarine BUI Yea, 61;
Single Tax Yet, 16; no, 123
Fixing Term Co. Officers Yes,
55; no, 63.
Portland Dock Com. Yes, 81;
no, 63. ,
Anti-Compulsory Vaccination j
Interest Bill Yes, 24; no, 11.)
Bird Refuge Yes. 64; no, 68. j
I ni.i.j V n n I .. 1 . . . . a :
Market Com. Yes, 37; no, 78.
Removal Co. Seat Yes, 46:
EAST AHHLAM). -
N President Harding, 66; Cox.lhrldge, 43
88; Watklns, 5; Debs, 2; W.!
Cot 8- j
V. 9- Senator Chamberlain,
0; 8tanfleld. 62. j
ReP- to Congress Hawley, 103: 1
Dairy and Eood Com. Haw-
ley, (4; Von Behren, 88.
Public Service Com. Bennett.
21;'Butchel, 64; Newman, 66.
Rep. to Legislature Carter,
86; 8bedon, 67; Mansfield. 49;
District Attorney Moore, 93;
Co. Com. Hill, 68
Sheriff Terrlll, 70;
Clerk RIggs, 73; Florey. 71.
Treasurer Schletflla, 65; Wal
Assessor Trowbridge, 78,
; Coleman, 78.
Superintendent Holmes, 63.
Mayor Lamkln, 89; Kims, t.
Treasurer Eubanks, 107.
Recorder Blede, 116.
, Park Com. Jordan, 84.
j Councilmen Blake, 87; Frost,
,76, Horner, 65; Howell, 65; Joy,
78; LeMasters, 57; Millner, 58;
(Pierce, 85; Shi no, 77.
i chamberlain, 89.
Rep. to ' Legislature Carter,
187; Sheldon, 168; Mansflelid,
76; Phlpps, 43.
District Attorney Roberts,
139; Moore. 87
' Commissioner Burcell,
councilmen Blake, 170; 1
Iprost, 161; Htrner, 118; Howell,:
1 83; joy 162; LeMasters, 83;bert, 2.
Millner, 136; Pierce, 140; Shlnn,
President Harding. 163; Cox
Wutklns, 9; Debs, 5; Cox, 1.
I V. S. Senator Chamberluln. '
79; Stanfield, 127.
, Rep .to Congress Hawley, j
1174; Talbert, 11. j
, Sec. of State Koser, 182;
Sear, 12. i
! Justice of Supreme Court-j
' Attorney General-Van Win-
kle 22' Coshow 15 Treasurer Walker, 65; Schief-
Dairy and Food Com. Hawley, ,7
170; Von Behren, 10. ! Assessor-Coleman, 67; Trow-
Pilblic Henrico Com. Bennett, hildgc, 16.
,55. Buchtel 141 j
'R () ' iR1,i1.tmeciirtor,!
! 177: Sheldon. 142: Manflld. r,:':
; rhM 49
District Attormv Roberts. 130;
Commissioner Biiih.-II, 161;;
;J Bg 'i
sheriff Torrill, 137; Jennings,
g9 ' '
clerk-Florey, 130; Rlgg, 80. ,
Trensurer Srhlefflln 50' Wal-:
: Assessor Coleman, 161; Trow-
. bridge, 51.
I Superintendent Homes, 171.
Mayor Lainklu, 161; Nlms, 10. i
Park Cnnv.Ir.rdan. 171: Mrs.1
Vaupel, 9; F. D. Wagner, 5; But..
ler, . I"0-
Councilmen Blnke, 158; Frost,1
172; Harner, 140; Howell, 118: 1 DRIVE TO All) ORPHANS
Joy, 120; LeMasters, 78; Mlllner.-i
106; Pierce, 135; Shlnn, 129.
ASHLAND WEST CENTRAL,
National. t'e preliminary pluns for the Ore-
President Harding, 109; Cox, gou W. C. T. V. 8125.000 cam
62; Watklns, 10; Dobs, 6; W. paign drive are fust ncurlng coiu
Cox 1. ; pletion, according to word Just
8tut 1 ; recolved by the locil W. C. T. l
U. 3. Senator Chamberlain, 66; olficialg fro n state headquarter)
Hayes, 8; Staniield. 91. i In Portland. .
Rep. la Congress Hawley. 123; Mr. Wheeler s r.cceptauco ot the
i Talbert, 16.
Sec. of State Kozer, 121; Sears.j drive is looked upon by all V C.
jj, , T. U. workers as a good omen. He
Attorney General Coshow, 16; ; has assured campaign hcadqu.ir
Vnn Winkle, 22. i ters that ho will put his besl et-
Dairy and Food Com. Hawley, forts Into the work n order that
1120; Vou llehreti, 111.
public Service Com. Bonnet!.; cured for the firm home for ue
37; Buchtel, 91. j pendent and orphfiu children.
Rep. to Legislature Carter,! Although the actual solicitation
123; Sheldon, 94; Mansfield, 49;
Ren. Ninth Dist. Houklus. 99.
District Attomav Moore. 76:
Roberts, 83. 1
Co. Com. Bursell, 92; Hill, 58.!
Sheriff Jennings, 59; Terrlll.
Clerk Florey. 101; Rlgg. 60. j
Treasurer Schiefflln. 49: Wal-i
Assessor Colemsn. 113; Trow-
Superintendent Homes. 141
Surveyor Rhodes, 126.
Coroner Perl, 129.
Justice of Peace Dowdy,
Constable Hatcher, 121.
Mayor Lamkln. 1.25! Nlms, .
Treasurer Eubanks, HI. (chairman. Hon. E. V. Carter will ;
Recorder Blede. 141. j be chairman of the campaign In
Park Com. Jordan, 120; Mrs.i Ashland.
Vaupel, 6. Other members of the state cam-
Councilmen Blake. 127; Frost, I paign committee will include: Al
118; Harner, 108; Howell. 175;!fred C. Bchmitt. Albany; E. S.
Joy. 82; LeMasters. 56; Millner. j Collin, Mrs. Mattie Sleeth. Julius
123; Pierce, 110; Shlnn, 75. Meier, Portland; W. K. Taylor.
ASHLAND OAK.' ,
For President Harding, 92; i
Cox, 70; Watkini, 4; Debs, t.
U. S. Senator Stanfield, 83;
Rep. in Congress Hawley, 138;, ers, Marshall Dana, Portland; Dr.
Talbert, 11. ,p. r.. Campbell, Eugene; Dr. W;
Sec. of State -Koier, 136; Sears,
10; Hopkins, 9.
Dairy and Food Com. Huwiey,
136; Von Behren, 9.
Public Service Com. Bennett.
69; Buchtel, 95.
Rep. In Legislature Carter,
125; Sheldon, 90; Mansfield, 67;
Rep. Ninth Diiit. Hopkins, 120.
District Attorney Moore, 91;ita, Kansas, have come to Ashland
Co. Com. Bursell, 94; Hill, 62., to make tlielr home. They will
Sheriff Jennings, 77; Terrlll, occupy the S. M. Rhodes home 011
92. ' " Maple street.
Co. Clerk Florey, 107
Treasurer Schletriin, 62; Wal
Assessor Coleman, 10"; Trow
Superintendent Homes, 143.
Surveyor Rhodes, 133.
Coroner Perl, 130.
Justice of Peace Gowdy, 139.
Constable Hatcher, 130.
Mayor Latukin, 132; Nlms, 8.
Treasurer Eubuuks, 144.
Recorder Blede, 147.
Park Com. Jordan, 131; Mrs.
Vaupel, 7; Kinney, 7.
Councilmen Blake, 110; Frost,
86; Harner, 96; Howell, 63; Juy,
94; LeMasters, 70; Millnnr, 76
Pierce, 121; Shlnn. 120.
President Harding, 69; Cox,
IT. S. Senator Stanfield, 59;
Congress H'wley, 71;
State Kozer, 81;
Dairy and Food Com. Hawley.
60; Von Behren, 4
Public Service Coin. Bennett,
63; Buchtel, 59. '
Rep. to Legislature ('urter,
72; Sheldon, 61: Mansfield. 21;
District Attorney Roberts, 53;
- Commissioner Bursell. 61:
Sherlff-Terrill. ; Jennings,
Clerk-Florey, 6; Rlgg. 18.
Superintendent Homes, 76.
Compulsory Voting Yes, 25;
' Regulating Legiilative Sessions
Ym- 3n: n0- 22-
!. ........l. V.. 1J. ,.n 1 A
ix Amennmeni res, i; no, ( i.
Fixing Term of Co. Officers
Yi)"' 35: no' r''1-
Portland Dock Com. Yes, 26;
Yes, 30; no, 62.
Legal Kate of Interest Yes, 15;
Bird Refuge Yes, 29; no. 44.
I Divided Legislative Session
Market Com. Yes, 23; no, 41.
Removal of Co. Scat Yes, 36;
WILL UK LAl'NCHEir
' Wiih the upprfintment of John
E. Wheeler, Portland newspaperj
publisher, as general chairman,
chnirmuuship of tne cainpainii
Mho needed funds might' no j re
for funds will not start until NO'
j rember 15, the preliminary vtcri
'of organldnn every county, city
land district is now well under
'way. and every part ot th state
will be fully organize! before the
field workers start out to collect
the 8123,000 which must be pro-
cured if the farm liinie Is to be;
With the ennoiinrenient tf Mr.
Wheeler's appointment as gMieral
campaign chairman, comes the
word that Emery Olmstead, prom
inent Portland banker, will sre
as treasurer of thn state commit
tee. Frank C. Jackson, well
known in Taciflc coast circles ss
a child welfaro worker, will he
campaign director, and Governor
Ben W. Olcott will be honorary!
Corvallls; . Franklin T. Griffith.
Portland; H. Hlrschberg. Inde-
pendence; Charles Berg. Port-
land; A. C. Marstera, Roseburg;
A. H. Ui, C. F. Adams, E. C.
Brown, Edgar E. Piper, Aniedce M..
Smith, John L. Etherldge, D. A.
iPattulla. P. J. Brix. Ira P. Paw.
J. Kerr, Corvallls; Mayor C. E
Gates, Medrord; E. V. Carter.
Ashland; J. H. Booth, Roseburg;
Judge P. R. Kelly, Albany; Judge
Stephen A. Lowell, Pendleton;
Judge George Tazwell, Portland:
Isaac D. Hunt, Portland; Leslie
Butler, Hood River.
Mr. and Mrs. Grimes, with their
sun and daugliter-in-luw, of WIch-
ALL KINDS OF
Barb Wire, dandy Cedar Posts anil
Yew anchors posts in carload lot
arrived. Plows and tractor tooU
ot all kinds. Holder Tractors.
New and second hand sewing ma
chines for sale or rent, at
BY THE PARK
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By G. W. Ogdeu.
The Cold Girl Sl.7.'
By James 11. Hendrix
Harriet the Piper ?!.Wl
By Kath'een Norris
Johnny Nelson $1.7."
Uy Clarence E. Mulford
The Killer 93.no
By Stewart Edward White
Tl:e Mystery -of t ha Silver
Dnijer SI. 75
By Uumlall I'arrish
Mary Alarlo . .1 gii.uo
By Eleanor II. I'oitcr
Oh, Yon Tex! . 91-Ao
By Willlum MucLi-od Raiuu
Tho Shadow of the Shel
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Uy (irare .Miller White
Erskiue Dale Pioneer $2,011
By John Fox, Jr.
The Quirt l.7.'
By B. M. Bower
Tho Valley of Silent Men . . 1(12.00
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