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Wcdncduy. May 18, 1021.
ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Arrive From Washington
. Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Horbst arrived
Wednesday from Belllngham, Wash.
Mr. Herbst hag been in a bnspltal
at Betllngham for the punt several
mouths. Mr. and Mrs. HerbBt will
return to the northern city after
disposing of their Ashland home. Mr
Herbal wag formerly Interested wlt
Joe Cyr In the Ashland Creamery.
Make Creamery Addition
George D. Stuart, an Ashland
creamery man, has recently built a
pasteurizing plant and cement milk
house at bis dairy. A. L. Lamb
a local contractor, constructed the
County Buys Trucks
The county court has equipped 7
of the 10 trucks purchased from the
government a short time ago at a
cost of $260 each, with lubor saving
hoists and appliances. The total
cost of thug equipping there trucks
vas $1000. As the present market
price of the same cIbbs of truck,
similarly equipped, Is $5000 It ma
readily be seen that the county
profits by this action of the court.
University Girl Visits
Miss Kathleen MacFaul, of Pendle
ton, is visiting at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. Angle Engle, 634 Boule
vard. Miss MacFaul has been at
tending the University of California
the past year and stopped at Ashland
on the way to her northern home.
Leaves) for Chicago
Dr. Frank M. Moxon left Ashland
today for Chicago and eastern points
where be will study recent develop
ments In medicine and surgery. It
has been his custom to make such
trips each year. Dr. Moxon will re
sume his practice some time In
Reorganize Defunct Bond House
John L. Ethrldge, ex-president of
the Morris Bros, bond house In Port
land and who gained much notrlety
In connection therewith, urrlvcd In
Medford Thursday, and Is stopping
at the Hotel Medford. He Is said to
be working In Southern Oregon In
big effort to effect the reorganlza-;
Hon of the defunct bond house.
To Visit Ashland
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Furber and ,
two rhilriren arrived at the citv auto1
camp Thursday from Midland, Cal -
Ifornia, and spent the night there,
The will also visit Ashland and
tnnr hi. virlnltv .1 thev are looklnei
for . location.
Confined By Illness
H. P. Holmes has been confined!
to his horn for the past week wlthlE. N. Hurd of this city. The plant
ASHLAND WILL HAVE SIX WEEKS SUMMER
NORMAL SCHOOL BEGIXXIXG JCXI
Through the effort, of the Ashland Chamber of Commerce a six
weeks extension session of the Oregon N'ormul school will be held In this
city durln gthe summer beginning Juno 20 and ending July 20. It will
be hold for the convenience of Southern Oregon teacher, who desire fur.
ther professional training. The following statement has been issued
ly (1. A. Bi-lncoe, city superintendent of schools, in circular form for
disti'ihulion among the teacher, of Southern Oregon:
COURSES AXD IXSTRUCTORS
The regular normal courses offered at Ashland will be tho same
as are given at Monmouth, and the same credit will be allowed. In
fact, at the close of the session in Ashland, the records will be filed in
The courses will Include psychology, educational measurements,
rural school problems, methods in arithmetic, reading, language, geog
raphy, etc., for primary, intermediate ond grammar grades, public
school music, and physical training!
i The staff of instructors include men and women from tho reguh-.r
instructors In the Oregon Normal School, University of Oregon. Stan
ford University, and other well known school people.
Geo. A. Briscoe, Superintendent of Schools at Ashland, Oreacn
director and Instructor' In School Management and Methods In Seventh
and Eigbtb Grades. . ' ' ;
Giles M. Ruch, Profesgor of Education Stanford University In
structor in Psychology and Educational Measurements.
SuBanne W. Homes, Superintendent of Jackson County Schools
.Rural School Problems.
Miss Emily Devore, Oregon Normal 8coool Primary Methods.
Miss Helena Wlllett, Sslem Oregon, Schools Intermediate Methods.
Leland Coon, Professor of Music, University of Oregon Public
'School Music and chorus singing.
Miss Fay Carver, Ashland Public 8chools Physical Training,
Folk Dancing, and Playground Gain.
Miss Callle Vogell, Ashland Public Schools Typewriting, Book
keeping, and Gregg Shorthand.
The regular Chautauqua Association will put on an unequalled pro
gram at Intervals throughout the entire six weekg period. Men and wo
men of national reputations and well known organisations will be ia
Ashland giving summer school students an opportunity to hear some
of the best talent on the platform. Mr. Coon is one of Oregou's best
teachers of music. In addition to his daily classes, he will be available
for private lessons In Instrumental music, theory, harmony, etc. For
private vocal work, Mr. Passamore of San Francisco, will be available.
Two splendid natatoriums, the most beautiful park In Southern
Oregon, and hikes to the health-giving hills can not fall to Interest everv
visitor to the summer session.
IOCATIOX AXD EQUIPMENT
The summer school will be held in the Ashland High School build
ing, a splendid stucco finished structure, having an abundance of light
and air and commanding a delightful outlook of the surrounding hllle.
The building is completely equipped with classrooms, gymnasium, and
auditorium. It hag a good library and Is supplemented by one of the
best Carnegie libraries in the state. At Medford, only twelve miles
away, is a County Library which will co-operate with its In supplying
needed books of reference.
A special effort is being made to
and pleasant accommodations at t
and boarding places Is being
time to be of gervlce to all gtudent.
Cogt of board and- room ghouid not exceed $9.00 per week nnd
where studentg degire to manage their own home, can be made consid
All geeking admission must be graduates of a four r year high
school course or Its equivalent. Those who now are teaching or who
have taught are entitled to entrant.
an attack of bronchitis and Influenza.
California Editor Visits
Harvey R. Llug came in yester
day for a visit with bis father-in-iaw
Bert R. Greer. His father J. W.
Ling has undergone a serious opera
tion at the Weed hospital uud Hur
vey came up from Burbnnk, Oal.,
where he Is editor of the Review, t'i
see his father. He will return to
Weed Saturday, in' the meantime
dividing his time between here and
Medford, his old home. ' ,
Floyd Vrnley Buck From Franee
Lloyd Fraley, who has been In i.
M. C. A. work In France, arrived
home on 63 yesterday. His wife
and mother accompanied him. This
Is Mr. Fraley'g second trip home
since be enlisted In the work.
Visit at Klumnth Falls
Raymond Long, First street, has
been spending the last few days at
Klamath Falls on business.
Social Circle Meet
The Ladles Social Circle of the
Christian church held a business
meeting on Wednesday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Fraley are visit
ing at the home of Mr. Fraley'g par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fraley, on
Attend Evangelist Meeting
Rev, and Mrs. Charles F. Koehler
together with John H. Fuller and
father, J. M. Fuller motored to Med
ford yesterday evening to attend the
Evangelist meeting held in that city
by Dr. E. J. Bulgen.
Mrs. Frank Schwahan, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Porter, of the
Fountain Confectionery, came in
yesterday with her three children
for an Indefinite stay with ber par
ents. Recently her husband died n?
an after effect of the flu
Mlsg May Ilurtch of Peoria, III .
who has been visiting at the home
nf Mrs C. W Chntlln. 318 HaEardinel
street, left this morning for Port
. land where she will visit friends and
I Returns From Calif. Visit
I J. R. Toiler returned to Ashland
Wednesdaey after a three months
visit with his son. Bert Tozier, in
j Petaluma, Cal.
Xe Medford Popcr-.
special dispatch from Seaside,
.Ore., dated May 10th. In the Port-
land Journal, says: 'W. E. Phlpps,
attorney of Medford, has purchased
the large Astoria printing plant of
provide all students with suitable
low a price as possmie. tasi
prepared and will be completed lu
will be moved to Medford imme
diately and Phippg will euter the
newspaper business there. It is bis
Intention to conduct a weekly for
the present, and this fall make thi
publication a dally."
Visits Gustufson Family
Miss Lllile Peterson,, a nurse of
the Alhertlna Kerr home of Portland,
who has been visiting at the home
nt her aunt, Mrs. O. Gustufson of this
city, returned to her home yesterduv
Eight Pound Baby Hoy
An eight pound bnby boy was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Reed Harrell of Mon-
tugue, Calif., yesterday. Mr. and
Mrs. Harrell are former Ashland
Regulnr Scout meeting were
omitted this week. Weather per
mitting, there is to a double
troop hike Friday nlsbt and Satur
day. Toledo Visitor
Frank Parker, from Toledo, Ohio,
arrived yestorday and went directly
to the ranch home of Arthur Kins,
near Talent, for a two weeks visit.
Mr. Parker is an employe of the
Pitinta Home .land Vulcanizing Works, has taken
James O. Merrett Ihib recently a position with Leedom's Tire Hoa
painted his home at the corner of'Pital. Mr. Cannon was formerly in-
Rock and Nursery streets. The work
was done with Sherman-Williams
paint purchased from Carson-Fowler
Christian Eiidcnvorerg Meet
The Junior Christian Endeavorers
held their regular business meeting
In the Presbyterian church last even
ing. Considerable woik was done,
preparing cards and supplies for
shipment to a mission station in
Korea. The fact tliHt there was a
surprise coming, kept the members
a flutter and at last it was revealed
by the superintendent. Miss Estella
Hays, who appeared with a most .Hilda Hansen, president, Huby sldo to the California line, nnd whose, but advised the Cleveland boat own
beautiful birthday cake In honor ot Powell and Alice Pratt, secretaries, i crews recently commenced work on ers to inaugurate an operating coin-
the five members whose birthdays,
come In May. The cake was decor-
ated by Mrs. A. II. Mussel, who is
an artist in culinary as well as
other lines of work. Pink lemon -
adn added to the festive Bpread. and
the Juniors felt they had added one:
more occasion of profit and pleas -
tire to the credit of the society.
Miss Bessie Tenipleton, who has
been visiting friends and relatives
in this city for the past two months.
left this morning for Brownsville In
company with her aunt, Mrs. Clara!
Couey. Miss Tinpleton has Deen
staying at the home of Mrs. ( ouev,
89 Boventh street. Mrs. Coney will
visit friends in Willamette Valley,
Fiom i ntril Point
Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Mrs E. ri. Edgir of Centrul Point,
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spem yesieruay in as nana. l is
lames visttcu irenns wnue .Mr. wal-
lace was doing some work" nDout hH
orchard, near town.
i aiiiorniu UIICStH
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Burneburg, of
San Luis Obispo, Cal., are guests ot
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Barnehurg of
this city. The Barneburgs are con
OLD CLOTHES 1'OH THE
The citizens of Ashland are asked
to co-operate with the committee In
Near East Relief In gathering old
clothes for the use of needy Armen
These clothes should be in a more
or less serviceable condition. The
apieal is very urgent and those lo
cally responsible are anxious that
Ashland do her best ' in the under
taking. Leave your bundles at the Presby
terian Manse, 132 N. Main street,
not later than next Tuesday. !
Each church wishing to co-operate
In the Bulgin meetings is asked
to be present with a representative
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delegation at a meeting in the Bap
tist church Monday evening, at 7:30
Shoppers From Weed-
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Oweu and Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Grisez motored to
Ashland Saturday on a business and
Missionary Society Meets
The Woman's Home Mislonary so
ciety met at the Methodist church
Friday afternoon of lust week ond
observed the annual custom of onen-
ing the mite boxes which contained! ; Though clouds above may form, my I
$J3. Sixty members were presen:.iArr,ve Vrom To,,,. Ohio days are never dim, j
Parties having mite boxes In theln George H. Kinz, father of Dr. J.iAnd, in my garden beuiitiful. the
possession have been asked by theKlnr of ,nis rly ni Ar,h,1' F. Klns
secretary, Mrs. Van Fosen, to givo
them to Mrs. Lulu Howard, treas-
urerurer of the society. The busl
ness meeting was followed hy a liter-'
ary and musical progrnm after!
which wag served
Arrive From SeuttUw.
sir. ana sirs. r. s. short, recent
arrivals from Seattle, have takea
honnpkppping rMn1, at
The W. C. T. U. will have an all
day meeting Thursday at the Presby
terian church beginning at 10:30 a.
m. Mrs. Hannon, state field secre
tary, will speak., also senator Thomas
and Mlsg Faldlne, county nurse. Cat-
eterla lunch served at noou. The, Increasing business made the pur
missionary societies of different, chase necessary. The truck was es
churches Invited as sfncial guests, peclully equipped for the use of Mr.
Complete program later. jLumb, it was stated by Harrison
Reports Realty Hule
n C UaHU ha. 1.1. ...t.lKu
at 81 Church street to R. P. Porter,
ot this city according to jus. s. I,.
Allen, a local real estate agent,
through whom the deal was made,
County Prosecutor iluwles Moore j
returned to Medford Saturday after;
a five days uusluess visit In Salem
Improving Trull Creek Road
One ot the county's caterpillar
tractors and u scarifier have been
sent to the vicinity of Trail and
Elk Creek, to be used In improving
the highways In that section of th
Dninngn to Pear Crop
While slight damage has beenisite for construction of a unit of slxl
done to the pear crop in Southern tcl"8 or 'muses. A committee Is!
Oregon by the recent frosts, It expected to decide definitely today j
estimated that the shipping tonnage!011 ll erection of either tents or,
will amonut to the same as last cottages. j
year's shipments, according to vice
president C. M. Seerist of the Pa-,"1 to un derived from the total mini
clflc Fruit Express Company. :L'r of ,,mt " cottages by the Cham
Takes Xeiv Position
J. E. Cannon,, who has until re-
-coniiy Deen conneciea wun me Asn-
terested In the automobile tire busi
ness in Detroit.
From lloriibrouk, Calif.
Jlr. and Mrs. Rush Grieve and
children were in the city Saturday
on business. While here they visit
el local friends. I
The King's Heralds Meet
The King's Heralds held their la.-t
meeting with superintendent Mrs.
Alice Mallcont, nt the homo of Mm.
Van Froeen, Sulurday afternoon.
There were 20 precent. Mrs. G. H.jyous, seven miles on this side of the
i Billings was elected superintendent.' summit und six miles on the other
and John Billings, treasurer.
They gave a very interesting pro -
gram after which an hour with playl
j WEDNESDAY'S NEWS
, i,ivie- rwn.....iiv l r
Tue jckaon county farm bureau
jwi nve charge of the coininuulty
club meeting at Uellvirw, May
The bureau will show moving
tureg ot an educational nature pre
senting current topics of I he day.
nilrond .Man Visits
y Ti Snaiks. district freight
; passenger agent of the Southern Pa-
;cjrc comnanv stunned nt A.hlnnil
Ho will leavo lliisw"s recently promoted by Mr. Huber
'und "Billy" Strand, another live wir.',
(irants Pas. Visllorw
Mils S A Pplera Si- Mr. II
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"oiler, Mrs. 0. G. Howard
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Mrs. Georcfl Robinson motored
0ri,n(s psl) j.PH,e.,ilv to ,.,, rel.
;Gus Service Station Opens
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The Standard oil company service
station recently i-iected at Ibe cor-
ner of Third and Main ttn.-ts. onon-
today under the management of
E. Erickson ami E. J. Farlow.
, t (legislature appropriated $10,000
Mother of Wal Man Dies j with which to pay oft outstanding
Mrs. H. H. Palmer received a claims against the plant and resumo
telegram yesterday evening from her! operations.
husband in Irving. Kansas, stating' Numerous inquiries are being ro
thut his mother had passed awayjeeired for lime from farmers
yesterday. Mrs. Palmer was 811 years 'throughout the stale, and particu
old. Mr. H. II. Palmer loft Ashltinl larly from the Willamette valley. It
March 1 for Irving and has been 'is said. Those attending lhe meet-
wlth his mother until her death.
Returns From California
Mr. and Mrs. Mlllner have id-
turned from Southern California
where they spent the winter nioiillu.
They will reside at Mr. Millnor's
bungalow ranch home opposite the
Normal school. Mr. Millner is fin
ishing the rooms which had not here
tofore been completed. The house !
U being newly finished nnd furnish -
led throughout I
Dr. J. W. Reed is a visitor In Ash-
land from Norman, Calif. He is
looking for a location and Ig much
Impressed with Ashland.
Evangelist To SX-ak Here
Dr. E. J. Bulgin, nn evangelist of
National reputation now gpeakrjig
In Medford, will open revival mcet
Ingg at the Chautauqua building be-
ginning June 15, It was announced
today by Rev. Charles A. Edwards.
pastor of the Methodist church.
of Talent, arrived In Ashland yea-.
terdsy from Toledo, Ohio. He will
visit at the home of Dr. Kinz for the
oa,ance of J""1"' He "tate lh-'
" wl" Prbabiy locate here perrri
enthusiastic over the '.'.rrgnn srensrj
Hi d climate. I
L. Morris, Walnut street I
wno bren '"rlou"ly ' for tliei1"
1 " monin, is reparian as Beln;
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'miKiiiiy improved loiiay. i
Buyg Xew Truck
A. L. Lamb, an Ashland contract-''
or. purchased a new one ton Ford ,,r- v"n wert nas tt""'s a pro-i mansuip 10 neveiop. i ne raw mate
truck today from Harrison Brother.'.,'1"1"''11 enforcement officer for sev-rial, so to speak. Is there, iu the
the local agents for Ford truckg and! ni yar ""d ,n n, nf', position form of urgent needs for construc
carg. Mr. Lamb reports that an!wl11 nav ttt" f deputies. tlve legislation.
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nmira to Asiuiuiu ln Kerlls valley, Saturday, May 14,
Mr. und Mrs. J. E. Angutu, 93at i o'clock.
, Bush street, have returned to their
'homo otter a three weeks motoring
j trip in Southern California.
OX THE TEXT CITY
"The dirt Is flying," John II. Ful
ler, secretary of the Chamber of
Commerce said yesterday regard
ing the erection of tents or small cot
tages to be built in Lithiu park Just
south of tho Chautauqua building'
for the housing of summer tourists.!
A team for grading und terracing j
purposes has been lent to the Chain-1
ber of Commerce by the city and
work is going uheud to praparo tho:
A considerable revenue is expect-1
ber of Commerce by renting thorn
lo tho summer tourists. It is under
stood that nevoiiil business men of
tho city have loaned funds to the
Chamber of Commerce for the pur
pose of building an additional unit,
the investors to be paid six per cem
interest on their investment.
The cottage or tent city plau I .i
expeced to relieve the. local housing
situation to a great extent. The
hotels and apartment houses are full
the the present time and fncing the
prospects of summer rush of visitors.
CO.MPLK VINO SISKIYOU j has combined cargo capacity of
PAVING IIV JULY FIRST 30,8f0 tons, or .1.800 tons each. The
fleet was offered for outright pur-
Oskar Huber, who bad the contract! chase to the California Fruit Grow
for pavlug 21 miles over the Slskl-,ers Exchunge.
; the last two and u half miles, will
' finish it about July 1st and It is the
Intention to have a celebration on
July 4th on tho line celebrating the
1 connecting of the two states with the!
lnew Pacllic "iBbwny.
Mr. Huber has been laying a splen
did bltullthlc pavement two Inches
thick with bituminous base and
; crushed rock sub-base mid he should
I feel justly proud nf this stretch of
road. It Is not only first class hut
is a scenic route second only to the
Columbia river highway.
Tlie work for two yeniB was under.
'he supervision nf Clifford Dunn,
who is an expert road builder. Mr
Mil his line, takes his place.
-lib wi-AHi mmk. i-i.. I A i
! COLD llll.li TO ItK-OPHXhipmont of a1R.e the war.
gold llll.l,, way in. no state
'Hum plant here will he reopened as
soon lis arrangements for Its opera -
Hon can bo completed, according to
-member tho boar I who have rc -
cently held a meeting here.
tw hM m... In hr The I
plant lias neeii closed tor morn man:,, bushel on tho markets In Aravers
y-'""'. 1,8 suspension following thelty, .Mich. The luw price is due
(exhaustion of funds appropriated I , lhe ,-,,, ,IH, tIOUMUUUH f fMn.
ifor operation of the plant. The Iastl.01.H ,aVB n, f,. ,Ki.r ircea gince
ing were Benton Bowers of Ash-
land, Chairman; Dean A. II. t .nrinr ! clnc ,.,,,, aml Cuba, via the L'lilto.l
of Corvallis, secretary; II. G. LcedvjgtatPS rlH distance covered Is'
of Tigard, Sam Moore of Corvallis jnn miles.
and John Shlmanlk ot Solo. I According to price dutu In posses-
THE PRETTY LITTLE HOME
IX THE ASIII.AXI) FOOTHILLS
Nestled In tho foothill.-;, in the midst
of gigantic trees,
Small and white, with shutters green'
And roses climbing on tho wicket
Eat in spring,
Is my llltle home, where love hex
With plox and honeysuckle,
Blue larkspur growing tall und slim
And wild verbenas near the path
'.u the garden of my little home,
where love has entered In.
To 11,0 ,n are always blue, the
SM" forever bright.
birds will always sing.
Because I have my little
where love has entered In.
By MARY L. GIL.MORE. j Gils city was a guest of the associa
Ilouston. Tex. Hon. It was reported, that Ashlund
- iwas the best represented city In the
OXF. TIME ASHLAND I'ltOlllltl- tm. counties of Jacksou. Jo.iphin
TIOX 01I ICI.lt GETS JOli and Douglas.
ctiiii-un uu ncii. wuu vuiiiiui-iuu ;
successful operation against dealers
lllicl1 l,00M '""'a ' H0S-S when j
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In . .,. 1..... I.an.
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icer for Montana according to Infor
mation iccelved by tho Tidinits from
correspondent at (treat Falls, Mon'..ut
DAIRVMKX TO MEET
AT UEKV VAM.F.V RANCH
Dairymen should keep in uilnd
the regular monthly dairy meeting
that will be held at The Feru Ranch.
Ferns have a splendid herd that
will bo worth seeing.
Pointers in judging good dairy
animals will be taken up by Prof
Fitts and C. C. Dickson, of Shedd.
Ore., will give seme of his ideas on
the need for proper care and develop
ment of tho young cow and the in
fluence of good sires.
It is now time to figura on feeds
for next winter and discuss some of
our dairy problems.
(Special to Tidings. 1
I.OS A.VGEI.KS. May lfi. A new
steamship lino of ten fast refriger
ated ships carrying fruit from Pa
cific Coast ports through Hie Panama
Canal to the eastern seaboard may
soon be a reality.
This possibility loomed us the re
sult of u conference held here re
cently between ('. S. Wbitcomb, vice
President ot the California Fruit
Growers Exchungo, and .1. H. Work
man and W. H. Gerhouser of the
American ' Steamship Company of
The fleet ot fruit-currying ships,
which has Just recently been built,
Officials of the growers organlza-
Hon did not accept the purchase plau
puny, install adequate refrigeration
facilities and put them on coast
wlso service. According to Whit
comb tliia suggestion is likely to b
FACTS AMI I Kjl'ltES
A Current Review of Trade, Finance
hl-oughoiit the World
There are 5 1 kinds of paper nioncv
in circulation in this country, rang
iug in denomination from $1 to
fin, liuti notes.
A consignment of gold coins
j nearly $r.(ltlO.OOU. mostly in marks,
I recently arrived in this country
Hum Germany. This Is Hie firat
Ti,p..e .,.. i ,ne ynuli stains
of Inland waterways,
: is.uihi miles of Interurbau elect ru
j tracks, SUa.iKM) miles of railroad.
iam 2.25 0.000 miles nf hlghwuys.
:'l I'olutoes ure selling tor 18 cents
i Joseph G. Cannon, former speaker
of tho house of representatives,
went to work In 1850 nt tho age ot
1 1. His first Job was clerk In
grocery store, where he earned $1.50
Telephone connections aro now
mailo for spoken conversations be
tween Ciilalina Islands, in the Pa-
slon of the secretary of labor, mid i
dleinen are now levying a total of
21 per cent on tho value of all foods!
i.i.l .,ial tiu'.iuiall Ina tluml tlii'miwli.l
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(Germany, paper money In existence
mounts to 105 billion marks, and
that In circulation amounts to more
than 80 billion, as against f0' bil
lion In circulation in 1919.
A shipment of 741 milch cows and
three pedigreed bulls recently left
Baltimore for Hamburg," Germany.
The consignment, which will he dis
tributed among dairymen In lh.it
country, represents a gift from u
dairy company In Chicago.
ASHLAND DOCTORS ATTEND
Six Ashland doctors attended tho
convention of the Southern Oregon
Medical Association held at Grants
Puis yesterday. They were Doctors
home ',urviB' Swedenhuig, Brower, Mac
Cracken, Gregg and Woods. Dr.
Reed ot California who Is visiting in
i ue otiicei 01 me association tor
the coming year were elected. Dr.
IS. A. Wood of this city was appoint-
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. uieruuuu u un item tum year.
Thero are glowing opportunities
Washington now for great slate!--
Before a splendid audience last
evening, Rev. Charles A. Edwards,
pastor of the Methodist Episcopal
church, delivered the baccalaureate
sermon to the 43 members of the
1 1 2 1 gruduutlng . class of the high
school. Hev. Kit wards spoke on
the "Golden Afce of Man." using ths
text from Mlcah 0, 8, "What doth,
the Lord Require of Thee, but to
do pleat ly, lo love mercy and to
wolk humbly with thy God."
Til.' speaker dwelt upon the dif
ferent nges, the clay age, the stone
J20, the iron itKe, the bronze agw.
the silver age i:ud the golden age.
"Life is a crucible. In which we all
pass tliroimb. and the tint ot tht)
utility of our characters, will be,
how we nUiiiI the crucible. Man Is
a dual nature intellect and heart,
intellect ualism Is not enough, emo
tionalism not alw.'.vs safe. We can
not d"Vi'lop the one at the expense of
ibe other. Science calls for facts.
While the affection of the heart are
as real as any facts of science or
mathematics, Love Is generally
spoken of as an emotion, but love
is both. It is the most powerful prin
cipal in the world. Mt, Sinai rep
resents law and Justice. Mt.
Ca I v a r y represents mercy ami
grace. What you would teach in
theory you must he in character,
It-v. Edwards used Ruskln as un
exuini le of intellectiialism, us an
uposlli! of righteousness and John
Wesley as an example of intellect
ualisiu set on fire with- a holy zeal
In Inspire humanity. Ho also show
l how great authors become life's
greatest teachers and briefly out
lined George Eliot's Romala, Haw
thorne's Scarlet Letter, and Victor
Hugo's Leg Mlserahles, authors who
showed what, lovo can do In lifting
up humanity. Mr. Edwards closed
with the question of what would the
young people of the age contribute
toward tho Golden Age. This ctm
only come hy living the golden rule.
Ilov. Kdwards was listened to with
rapt attention throughout tho entire
n.KS I.ADIFS OPKX CLUH
ROOM WITH PARTY SPF.F.CHKS
The opening of the Elks Ladies'
Club Room last night was one of the
most pleasant affairs ot the season.
Both brldgo and C00 were prsyed.
Mrs. Frank Dow anil .Mr. Fred Wag
ner having made the high scorns In
bridge. Mrs. L. Sclnveln nnd Mr.
Nate Bates scored high for 500. At
the sugger .Mrs. Wagner. Mrs. Per-
rozzl and Mr. Tomlinson made shift
spenches. Mm. L. Lodge presented
the prizes. It was a most enjoyablo
affair and lhe hopo was expresso.1
that nil the Elks ladles will make It
truly a club home.
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