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ASMMND: MEEKLY . TIDINGS
- ASHLAND, OREqpK; WEIJ,XESDAY, JUNE 8, 1921
By Portland Paper in
Local Writer 'sMicle
la the Sunday baud, May 29, of the Portland Journal there summit
ed an illustrated page on Ashland pipared by, Mrs, John II. Dill. We
think it la one of the beat write-ups of the city we lue teen In ninny a day
and reprint It herewith. Those desiring to Bend copies away to eastern .
friends will find extra copies of the Sunday Journal at news stands and it
inn am nnntiln tn flnil (he Jounuil tha Tldinos has Drlnted a number of
Itiall .n.nll., .1 .1.. tUnH nf
extra copies of this Issue and will e glad to supply them. -The Jonrual !"" .
PETTY TlffiFTS ON
- INCREASE DURING- -'
' PAST TWO MONTHS
Petty thefts in the city have in
creased during the past two months
according to Chief of Police Hatch
er. Oarages and automobile own
era have teen especially preyed up
on, he states. Thefts of (nniltiire
left on the. porch'ei of residences
have been numerous , and tai list
of missing fiuto tires has increased
Ashland Guardsmen Hay
Win Encampment Trophy
By MRS.. MARGARET EDILL.
In Mother Gooseology we are
told about an old woman who lived
in a shoe and she had so many chil
dren she didn't know whatever she
would do. Mr. Jesse Winburn was
host to three hundred children yes
terday and he knew just etactly
Brlggs ot the First to have 65 men on the rolls and what to do. Anybody knows a shoe
90 Per Cent of Company to Attend
400 CHILDREN ,:
' ENTERTAINED BY
CompauyX V Artillery of Oregon 66 men present
JOHN H. FULLER .
C OF. I
within the last week. te'elia'l'':fjationat oV '(stated this inorning' In the event several organisations like to add this verse In Mother! nl"bt 'or Portland to attend a meet
au.o.MUr.-arBir-tiueu)ru..-.u!that the Xtmami company with a i have the same per cent of strength
by car owner.
of Irwin' pool
Illustrations feature the liiglt school, the entrance to auto ramp ground,
park view near the lake, the Chautauqua tabernacle, street scene with
Elks temple, Plaza scene and a blrd'e eye view of . the city which we
would be glad to reproduce but are unable to secure the ruts. Here I
the write-up an printed in the Journal: " . "
kn automobile tire locked to his ear
which was standing in front of his
home at the time. - The spare tire
wus locked to the rim with a double
chain. The fact that no steel tilings
were rouna scattered on me pave- ,0 t(0 tompany or similar unit hnv
ment. Chief Hutchner suye, Indt-; . tarfeilt percental 0f Its en
two years later was takTn over by the:"'" ". -rolled strength at camp. In con,
Library association. It ba. 9000 Vol-i f""11" of a U pair of bolt cu'" I putlng percentage, th minimum rig-
by the Epworth league In 1889 and
prospective attendance of 90 per cent; present, the decision will . then be
at the coining annual encampment ; made upon enrolled strength. For
at Fort Stevens June IS has splen-i example, if one company having 65
AiA Ah.niiM fnr HlA WlnPltlV lit thn!mon hnu nttaiwlnn t 1 HA .a- Aan('
umes and has Jumped a bit ahead of
Portland In per capita circulation,
wbich gives It first rank In the Unit
Many nationally . known artists
come to Ashland for rent and rocrea
tlon. The drop curtain tn the Ch.iu
taqua auditorium was painted by a
well known artist when vacationing
in auto camp. He placed on eanvass
a stretch of the park Including Llthla
fountain and the beloved Mount Ash
land, 12 miles In the. distance.
of the Ashland Vulcanizing Works.
Chief H:t(rher stated that rest
dents should watch property left on
porches, citing as instances ot dep
redations, the recent theft ot tour
dining room chairs from the porch of
a Granite street home.
Every effort is being made by
Chief Hatcher to apprehend these
On the spot where stands the beau
tiful cijy of Ashland, In 1852 A. B.
Helman and Eber Emery took up
government donation claims. They
built a log cabin and then a saw
mill. When'enough lumber was cut
they built .a flouring mill which
tbey named Ashland Mills, for their
home town in Ohio.
In 1853 the Hill fanrHy cume and
settled on a homestead at Kings-j
bury Springs, bringing the first wo
men to this spot, Mrs. Hill, and her
The next year the Ashland Mills
made a mail distributing center. A
tew years later, a truly government
postofflce named Ashland was open
ed In the kitchen pantry of one of the
Hill girls, whose husband, A. V.
Oillette, was appointed postmaster
and given the dish cupboard to use
for his mail, which came around the
horn in sailing vessels by way of San
Francisco and was si; months get
The first public building, a woolen
mill, was built In 1864 on money
raised by private subscription. This
move started a' public spirit and
pride of town that has held and which
manifested during the recent war per
iod when all Ashland's quota funds
were raised by volunteer contribu
tions. Temperature is Moderate
Todar. Ashland o-: su elevatlii
ot 1940 feet has a nnnulatlon of glorious spot on Mount ' Ashland, Uet i0 the Chautauqua building on
6,000, an annual rainfall of 21; which has been remodeled Into n Monday morning.
Inches,4 moderate temperature . the I commodious, artistic six rqom log
vear around. municlDal owned eWc bouse with a large living room,
trio light and water supply, and this sporting a fireplace.
trophy offered for the best atlen-lund another company having 75 men' Old Mount Ashland blinked with Posed Frank Jordan to be erct
dance at camp. : has a percentage of 100 per cent, th Joy at the rbythmetlc tread of the)"1 ' tn ta(e 'ln8 " M
A new sliver trophy hn been putjaward will be made to the compauy happy hearted children who were boundary line between Oregon and
up to camp this yeur. It will go having the largest number of men,: guests nt thlH June party at Sap-and-!Callfornla- The sketch was designed
percentage being equal. (Salt In the - Woods. Before one by Architect . T. a. Hoyt, of Ash-
Thls trophy will be a permanent o'clock guests began streaming ln,,a"a- Ttte P"Pcl monument will
trophy and must be won two con-lfrom down the valley, parties from!11"111 'ort' a "natt on
secutive years in order to become thei Medford. Jacksonville and Ashland ic" sl,lB ot highway with an
ure will be the minimum authorized
permanent property of the organ-
Two tires were recently stolen from length. In other words, If a com-! Izatlon. . It will be awarded to th
a ganige belonging to M. C, Llnlng jpany hag ony (0 men' on Us roll, and
er, ,26 Helman street, . proprietor .i,.., ,h. eatTtl GO nresent. this com-
Madame Alma Tracy-Young, a na
tionally known musician, has a studio! ni'I.f JIX WII.I. rolrT
Rendeavous for Writers.
An educational feature of muoh
value to Southern Oregon has lately
been established at bong's cabin, an
old land mark six miles up Mount
Ashland In the Ashland creek cau-
MRS. JOSEPHINE CHAMPIE
(Chairman of Boys und Girls Work
A wonderful opportunity for some
yon. This corporation was recently ; BOod times is coming your way.
formed under the laws of Oregon! want to know shout it? Well, heM
and Is Jointly owned by the nation
ally known advertising man, Je4
Beginning Monday moruiisg, June
Winburn, of New York, ami Bertjgi at iri o'clock, at the Cliautauqu
pany would not hove a 100 per cent
attendance for the reason that its
minimum strength is 65 men. In
order to have 100 per cent present, it
would be necessary for the company 'pride.
camp and will be held by that organ
ization until the field camps for 1922,
when It again will be awarded.
The trophy will be ot beautiful
design and something that the win- had beeu made tor the day's pleasure.
nlng company can look upnu with The party grounds were circled by
met at Hotel Austin where all were
loaded into auto buses and automo
biles and hit the trail up Mount Ash
land six miles.
The Jolly crowd was greeted by the
host in a veritable tuirylund which
DeWITT ACQUITTED OF MANSLAUGHTER
W. V. De Will, an Axliliuid jitney driver, who hus been on trial In
the circuit court at Jacksonville on a charge of manslaughter lu con
nection with the death of Mi. Xona Jennings of Mcdfurd was acquitted
this morning. . The Jury went out at 1 1 oVkK-k and, utter taking one
ballot, returned to the court room within fire minutes. Kmcrul Alihtml
men were culled by the court to testify regarding the tluu'urter of Ih'
Witt. The state had live eye witjiesM-s to the automobile ludilent whleh
lesulted in Mrs. JenuluitH death, ChitstmiiM eve of lust ytmr. The ruse
of le Witt was rrpi-enented by Attorney Huberts of Mnlfonl.
Moses, the epigrammatist whose say-
Inn have been a byword for the past
25 years. This company under the
name of "Sap and Salt by Bert Mos-j
es' will Illustrate nis epigrammatic
work in a new and novel way. The.
building, you can huve the biggest
and best and happiest time of your
Do you know Evangelist Bulgin
and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis? Well, Mr.
Lewis,' "Bob" is what they call him,
incorporators will operate from this g tne nlaB j.0 win find when you'were thrown Into the ditch along side
The accident ill which lie Witt fig
ured occurred on the Pacific highway
about a mile this sido of Talent
Christmas eve of last year. The col
lision which resulted In the death ol
Mrs. Jennings was preelued by an
accident earlier In the evening. Ac
cording to loca' men who were called
to testify at Jacksonville ilui Inn the
trial tli ti Jennings and I'rovost cars
past year at a special election voted
a $100,000 bond Issue for the build
ing of a new water res.i'voir on Ash
land creek. It is the division point
I for the Southern Pacific railroad
and all trains stop 20 minutes. Meals,
unsurpassed on the line, are served
here, and most all passengers man
age to get a drink of Llthla water ui
the station fountain.
The citizens hr.v spent $235,00fl
mobilizing the mineral wiVrs of
llthla, sulphur and soda In Lithla
park, 'They built the Chautauqua
auditorium, added conveniences l! a
natural 100-acre park Just oft the
city plaza; built and furnished the
first free auto camp In the west. A
$5000 yearly appropriation from
the city budget is used In upkeep ot
the park Snd auto camp.
The pioneer settlers were edu
cated,' as well as lovers ot nature
Their Influence has. dominated. To
,day Ashland stands out as an educa
tional and religious center. The
Chautauqua auditorium, a circular
fireproof building with a dame roof,
seats 4000. It is the only building
of Its Blze In the world without pil
lar or post for support.
Chautauqua Sections Held
In this auditorium the .world's
artists have appeared. Here each
season a Chautauqua session is held.
Many visitors camp ln tents pro
vided at a nominal rent and pitched
ln the park beside - the tumbling
mountain stream beneath the shade
of laurel, fir, and- pine. So numer
ous have summer visitors become the
Chamber of Commerce is erecting
several units of cottages and tent
houses to take the overflow from
hotels and private homes.
Under the educational activities
the public schools come with their
modern buildings and methods. One
ot the four practice houses, under
the Smith-HuRlies act, in the stale
is here. - The Parent-Teacher asso
ciation organised and brought to a
successful finish the first vocation
al training classes in millinery and
dressmaking for housewives under
the Smith-Hughes act in the state.
The Chamber of Commerce has
charge of . all summer activities.
Under the cooperative management
of the chamber and the Chautauqua
association, an annuaj summer school
has been established.
Bummer Jformnl Arranged.
venlences are being Installed. This
retreat, atmosphered with the verbal
Javelins hurled as only Bert Moses
can hurl them, weighted with phi-
He will be there, ready to teach
you all kinds ot yells, drills, exer
cises, songs, stunts, and
and yon will think It better Than any
Chautauqua that you ever attended
the road as the result of the earlier
accident. Although noi badly dam
aged the Jennings car wss mired In
mud and was off the road at a slant-
the lights of a Ford cur parked on
the highway at a point Just beyond
the Jennings car on the side towards
Ashlund blinded De Witt so that he
was unitble to see the Evans car in
the roadway. It is said that l)n WU
dimmed his lights for the Ford uml
Ashland granite base somo two feet
thick on top of whleh will be a red
wood block about 12 ft. around and
five feet high. Above that will stun.l
a large fir log, perpendicular un.l
on top of that a large round bull Cu'
from Oregon pine. The marker will
be an attractive one and will spleu
didly tiplfy Oregon natural pro
ducts. It is hoped to Interest the State
little trees of fir and cedar strung
with gay streamers and weighted
with favors flaunting all sorts of
colors and above them Jolly swing-i Chamber In the erection of the shaft
ing Japanese laulerns added a touch
Things begun going the moment
the crowd reached the cabin. In fact,
on glimpsing a broken baseball bat
we were told tbut a crowd of boys
(the biggest one's initials are I. V.)
couldn't wait until one o'clock but
went at eleven and had such a rous
ing, enthusing game thai the hut was
broken by u strenuous ball which
made everybody forget what the
score was and go and eat lunch and
candy ntnl everything before the
truly party begun. !
There was a platform fixed up with
big flags for curtains and Mrs. K. A.
Woods and her sons started things
It would be reasonable for them tn
do so as It is intended to make the
boundary between these sister states
and should be a mutter ot state
pride. It Is believed that most of
the material used in the construc
tions should be donated by those
who desire to advertise their mills
and quarries by a tablet on each
side of the specific materials used la
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upon turning them on full when '"'' " ",,,lm- """'
broadside to the Ford that he was al
body was so happy and so breath
taken at first they juxt had to stand
a minute or two und say "Oh" and
"hully gee" and such like Horording
to whether they were boyx or girls
most upon the Jennings car.
Mr. Evans was the fust state's wit
ness called yesterday during th'i
trial nroceedinufi In the circuit court'
at Jacksonville. The witness waR'or ""d livi,"5 J""' or '"
closely questioned by Attorney Rob-!""" T ".!, forty, because there
were cnaperons aim caretui drivers
m UMX CAMPAIGN
itL.1. (in a artel a and nnintinff toward mm- rtR. ronrfARiitne the rtliiH-. rH
BUV.1I I - " - " - , - - . , . , .
ford. It-was-while W: H. "EnrnS. ative to the burning ef the tall end -""! "S
ann wise enough to lie needed.
taxi driver ot this city, was making
Besides that, he has over JSO'i'fn effort .to tow the Jennings cai
worth of mechinlcal. chemical and from tne mien witn nis car mat vc
losophy wholesome and stimulating,! magical apparatus. If you enjoy Witt; driving toward Medford, is
bids fair to be the rendezvous ofsome good tricks and "mysterious"! said to have struck the towing chain
things, now is your chance. with his car, skidding in a manner
One of the best parts of It all'thut smashed De Witt's car into thu
is, that it is FREE to every boy and! Evans auto pinning. Mrs. Jennings
writers from over the world.
A wideawake ministerial associa
tion wields a force for civic uplift.
The W. C. T.U. has a large mem
bership. There are many -churches
with modern and beautiful church
The armory, a handsome building'
erected several years ago nt a cost
By MIlS. J. W. HOYT
IChalrman nf the Bulgin Campaign
The prayer meetings In connection
with the Bulgin meetings ure ull well
attended and much Interest mani
fested. Seventeen meetings were
held in various parts of the city
Thursday and Friday of lust week.
Thirteen meetings were held yester
day. i The people of the Mountain ave
nue district below the railroad met
with Mrs. Wright on Tuesday, with
of $36,000, Is the borne or FUUlat Bedford, when they gave the
company C, coast artillery N. f!. 1 children's program, ajrirl with red
O. In addition to giving an added jaa)r gave an orlginar "yell" and
stimulus to patriotism the First , won ule heurty-applause of the great
girl. Every young person In Ash- neiween tne two macnines. .virs.
land, and surrounding community,! Jennings, fatally Injured, was rtish-
between the ages ot 8 and 18 la wel-'ed to a local hospital where she, die I j the state. She stated that the De
c,. i n !,.. rait hail- i shortly after the accident. iWitt car was traveling at a rate ol
i .-' vn.. will he admit- It is said by one of the local men speed between 30 and 40 miles an' ,ook acllve I""'' 0,1 tn Dro
ted, for listen, on Wednesday night called as a witness ln the case that hour.
front liifhts nf the towinir car.
All witnesses called dtiriu tl.el wnnI crowrt ioinri in
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session of yesterdav morning stated i """ "" """"' Mrs. Frnley on Wednesday, and will
that the evening ol the accident was!"'10 wu" muster of ceremonies, start- 1Mt wh j,,, DenB,,i(,t Tnu,.iuv.
a bright moonlight night and that1 6,1 ,l,e l"r"m ,orv The people of the Scenic Drive
objects could be plainly seen at a con-everybody nearly spellbound)
district will continue tn moot with
Bldernble distance. u i .u... .u. Mr Koehler this week and will
m w h Rv,..w wh. whs with ' whether It might be possible to
Mrs. Jennings at the time of the ac' "" E0 f(nl odd old
eldent, wus the second witness for; hermit on that mountain and see him
There wub'ii reguhtr Hiram Hay-
company takes the Initiative In the
social life of Ashland and Southern
Boulder Honors Heroe.
Post No. 14, American Legion, has
a nourishing membership and an
auxiliary club. . A granlto bould'r
You see," the boys and girls are
didided Into two groups, one called
REDS and the other BLtTES. There
is a great contest on between these
two sides, and this girl was on the
BH'E side and the BLUES had been
stands in Llthla Park, as memorial! running behind and she decided thu'.
to Ashland boys who gave their llves
for their country.
The fraternnl societies are well
represented and state . conventions
are held here. There Is a Masonic
block and the Elks have a hand
some building with a membership
which extends into Northern Call
fqrnia.. Pioneer hall is a building
in Chautauqua Park In which ninny
public meetings are held.
When the pioneers planted their
first fruit trees they djd not vision
the great Industry that would de
velop. The Ashland Fruit and Pro
duce Association is a co-operative
wholesale association with a large
concrete building on a strip of land
fronting the Southern Pacific.
Fruit, eggs and all products grown
in and around Ashland are handled.
Apples are exported each season.
This season the association did a
$165,000, business. Ashland cher
ries are known in the east and Ash-,
land peaches and strawberries eaten
with cream from the pure bred Jer
sey dairy ranches that are numerous
tn this section simply make the vis
itor whom the mineral waters have
rejuvenated send for his family and
friends and cancel his return ticket.
Besides the municipal owned foun
tains free to the public In Llthia
Park, the Pompadour Mine ral
Springs company has a Llthia drink
tlie BU'ES "must win or bust" so
she did her level best." But what'3
the use I can't begin to tell you
all about It now. The only thing to
do Is for YOU to come to the Chau
tauqua building next Monday morn
ing, and. see and hear for yourself.
Come yourself, come on time,
bring your chums.
Local Soy '
Oscar A. Cooper, son of Mr. an 1
Mrs. W. A. Cooper ot this city was
married June 1 to Miss Leatba Mae
Whlsler, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. A.
C. Whlsler, of Garfield, Wash., at
the home ot the bride's parents In
The bridal couple left Immediately
gram., some oiks auaressea nim
jas Hez Heck. Before refreshments
home at! begun lie run quicg. into tne uanin
and after a while we saw Mr. Bert
Moses come out.
The dearest little play for the oc
casion "The Three Wishes of the
Crystal Ring" was given by some of
! which they will be at
Orangevllle, Idaho, where the groom
! takes up the work of pastor of the
'Christian church of that place. The
bride Is well and favorably known
to Garfield people, having made her
home with her parents while teach-!he Medford guests. Edith Sweeney
'log In Garfield schools. : was Prince Charming; and Francis
1 She spent one year at the U. of O. Montgomery was Happy Heurt. Row
' During the nast year she taught in "n Of'" " Jl,n War-nick gave the
the Moscow schools. I dance representing uio npirus oi
The fcroom grew to manhood In! Health, and Jane Skewis and Edith
Ashland and received his education
in Ashland schools, a few yens u'4o
entering tho. Eugene Bible Univer
sity, preparing himself for the niiti
Istery. 'These young people have
the well wishes of a large circle of
for a honeymoon trip, by auto for a friends in Garfield, Ashland and
few days In Moscow mountains, after Eugene.
This season, beginning June 20. Prlor on the Pluza and also ships
six weeks' normal, under the direc-ho,t,ed water 1,11 ovcr ,he ' nlted
tinn of th Oregon Knmii with rmi Stated and Into Cinada. This corn-
credits, will be an added featpre. A
school of music, with best instruct
ors on the Pacific coast; a Chautau
qua program Including vocal, instru
piny is completing the erection of s
cirbonic gas plant which will be one
of the biggest industries on the Pa
cific coast. Hotel Austin has Llthia
mental and 'band music, a pageant I "P80 ln tor et- Two ot tl,e
and Shakespeare play in Llthia Park,
tennis tournaments and sports con
tests are included in the summer pro
gram. - - - -
The Ashland library is second old
est in the state. It was organized
largest natitoriums with sulphur
plunges on the coast are located
Mineral Baths Famous.
The. Ashland Mineral Baths has
(Continued on Pago Fear)
To and Fro
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(QwtHM. . ' I
Campbell the one to the Spirits of
Mr. and Mrs. Carleton Janes made
the woods ring with the violin and
The first game was a balloon lac"
and if anybody thinks it easy Just
you practice sometime trying to sll
meet with Mrs. Bruner next week.
The peiple of the Granite street
district will continue to meet with
The people of AlliBon street and
vicinity will meet with Mrs. Boslougn
on Thursday. A meeting was held
today at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Davis on Allison street.
A meeting was also held today at
the home of Miss Sarah Fox. The
meeting for this vicinity will be held
tomorrow at the Methodist Parson
age. Another meeting was held at
the home of Mrs. J. H. Fuller. An
other meeting was held at the home
of Mrs. G. II. Way. and will be held
at Mrs. Tallmans, for this same dis
A number nt other meetings were
held today, but we are untibel to
get the Information In time for publication.
CITY WILL PLAY HOST JULY
4th TO .VKAK BY TOWNS
The Fourth of July ln Ashland will
on a balloon und making It bust. t be tho went of n "royal time," en.
v.l.n, Hwdeiihm-r .ml niekia : Uwwul by fireworks, music, public
Hitchcock have got the patent on
how to bust them tlie quickest .be
cause they proved it by getting first
Everybody had noticed some
hundreds of apples dangling down
most sedutely on strings In a long
row. Those apples didn't dream the
bobbing they were In for until that
apple eating ru: with ull hands
started. Winston Johnson ale the
fastest of nil and curried off the
The Irish potato race was about
the movlngest thing old Mount Ash
land lias seen lutely. There were
six In the finals. Josephine Barb'-r
won the first prize and prizes were
given Ibe others who were: Aldo
Parr. John Edwards, Sarah Fay,
Bronaugh Hughes mid James juriM.
The lust game was baseball be
tween the girls and boys. Josephine
Barber chose the girl team and
Teddy Coldwell tne boys and of
course the girls won four to three.
All members of the two teams were
given special gifts for good playing
and the leaders end crsckerjack
players were given special prizes.
The prizes were baseball mitts end
bats. The hundreds of toys and
favors on the little trees were given
out to all.
And then came the "party." Well
not truly it didn't Just that minute
come because boxes of oranges and
big bunches of bananas and dozens
I J 1 (Continued sa Pag Four)
speaking and u big parade, In which
nearby towns will participate, ac
cording to plans outlined butt night
by tlie Chamber of Commerce coin
mktee lu charge of the program. The
wnunitleti met t the Chamber
John H. Fuller, secretary of the
t'Jinmber of Commerce stated litis
morning that the following program
had been outlined. Titer will be a
INU-aoV, oration and fireworks. The
hand will take prominent part in
the day's nrtivitlr. Sports, clitefty
biM-ball will be under the auspice
of the Elks club.
The Civic Improvement Club has
been Invited to take charge of the
parade, for whieh a apecbil appro
priation wilt be mnnV by the Cham
Wr of Commm. Letter of Invita
tion hare been -nt out by the dum
ber of Commerce to all sntroumling
rlttrs and towns tn participate tn die
It Is nnoVrMood that the program
as outlined 1 a tentative awrnraJ our
details of whlrh are lo be uVddrd
upon by the Chamber of Commerce
committer- tn charge of the erlebca
firm. . .The Fourth of July celebration U
expected to cost in the MSgfaJrarhood
of f IOOO as this was the amount laid
aside for the purpose- st the time of
making np the Chamber of Vmv
Those on the committee are: A. ('.
Xlnlngrr. chairman! O. F, Carson,
snd F. S. Eagle.
Secretary Johu .Ik Fuller, of th?
couldn't hold not nearly 300. n we'd Chamber Of fommerce left Inst
Gooses' book. i nK ol the State Chamber which will
Mr. Jesse Winuuro don't live In a, consider the matter of rolonl2lhg
,hoe, eastern farmers in Oregon.
But when It come to children's par-, Incidentally. ha took with hint
ties he knows what to do. jskecth of i very fine monument pro-