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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22,1921
Final Plans Made
For Jackson County
Hth of July Parade
Jackson county Is off to u running I certain whether or not there were
tart for the bin Kourth of July pa -
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rade to be held lu Ashland. At a
representative gathering of citlzenn.
officials and members of the press
from the various cities and towns
throughout the county last night at
a banquet given by Jesso Wlnburn
at the Medford Hotel yesterday even -
lug. Ashland was accorded leader -
hip for what will be the first all
county celebration held anywhere in
Jackson county. Representatives
from each city announced that hearty
co-operation would be given in the
matter of sending floats and delega
tions to take part in the parade. In
all cases, this city wua lauded as the
most fitting place to hold a general
county celebration. ; Means committee, read the following
John II, Fuller, secretary of t tie j report for the proposed schedule of
Ashland Chamber of Commerce, pre, the parado and line of march . are
aided as toastmaster ut the opening composed of Mrs. C. L. Loom In.
of the banquet. Mr. Winburn, chair- Mrs. 0. Winter, Mrs. Jobn H. Dill
man of the parade committee, 'was'and Mrs. C. B. Lamkin.
called upon for a speech. Mr. Win-; "Miss Chamberlain, who has
burn expressed his appreciation of charge of the Civic Improvement
the large attendance at the banquet, j Club's part in the program, stales
outlining the plans made for the Juck-j that her organization will be repre
son county Fourth of July parado tolsented by floats and stunts. Mrs.
be an annual event, held In a differ-Hal McNalr will have charge of the
eut city each ypar. At the end of
his talk, he called fur suggestions
for additional features of the parade
Led by Amos Nininger, chairman ol
the Fourth of July general commit
tee the guests gave three rousing
chpers for Mr. Wlnburn. Mr. Win-
burn was accorded a vote of thanks, which will have a prominent place oi
and appreciation for thai, banquet 'honor In the parade. The Macca-
and his efforts for s "greater Fourth
Representatives, in most cases the the Railroad, the Ladles Elks, will
mayors, of the Jackson county citiesjbe represented by floats. Mr.',
followed as speakers of the evening. iHomewood and Mr. Beason will have
H. E. Wharton, edltor'of the Gold'a children's float.
Hill News, stated that Gold Hill had' "All business and industrial
planned on a four day celebration houses will be represented by floats;
prior to knowledge of the Ashland as well as many individual floats,
program. ; "The Boy Scouts of the county
The plana, be stated, were . drop-; will police theDarade.
ped when the invitation was received! The tentative line up of the march
to participate In the parade here. Is as follows:
He conceded the right of Ashland to
lead, as the best Jackson county
playground, In the celebration. Atimouuted citizens; Medford Hand;
the conclusion of the speaking by
delegates to the banquet the meeting
was turned over to Mayor Gates of
Mayor Gates spoke highly of Ash
land as the most fitting place for
the parade. He was especially lau
datory in his praise of Lithia Park
and auto camp grounds, which he
eaid, make this city a leading attrac
tion for tourists. Mayor Gates said
that the Fourth of July wasn't the
only time Medford people took ad-j Hotel the Ways and Means Cominit
vantage of Ashland's facilities for itee of Ashland mot with women from
playground. "Almost every Sunday"! different points throughout the
he said, "you will find fully as manyjeounty, appointed by the mayors of
Medford people in your park nsi their respective cities or towns, for
there are from Ashland. If we could j the purpose of arranging duplicate
move your park we would like to I programs similar to the one being
buy It. In the matter of a park and. followed in Ashland. It Is planned
auto camp ground, Medford must the various organizations from each
give the lead to Ashland." Itown wilt march in the same forma
Mayor Gates suggested that a Med-'tlon scheduled for Ashland's part In
ford committee be appointed to as-j the parade.
Much advico and three arrests
marked the activity of Speed Cop H.
L. Griffiths the latter part ot the
Miss Isabel Barron was fined
(10 In Justice Gowdy's court here
for-racing a train, while driving on
the Pacific highway.
Arlene Butler of Medford was
fined 5 for driving without lights
us was J. C. Hayes, bis fine being
$10 however. Justice Glenn O.
Enforcement of the speed laws In
this county will hereafter be in the
hands of J. H. McMahon, former
deputy sheriff. Griffiths was order
ed to Portland Sunday.
Dozens of Medford people were
warned against violations of the auto
laws. Their names are kept lu the
state files at Salem, and should they
again be caught, the law takes
ASTORIA, Ore., June 21. R. H.
Hoefler, candy manufacturer, and
E. E. Cray, former mayor of this
city, were elected members ot the
school board at the election yester
day. Yreka Visitor
Max Camps was a recent visitor
from Yreka, Calif. On bis return to
that city he drove a new., Ford car
purchased at the local agency.
1" more ,lke Mr- Wlnburn In New
York, and If there are, thai, ineam
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i be taken to induce them to locate
j wHhn Bbout twelve niiIet o( Ash.
The county was represented by
Judge G. A. Gardner of Jackson
ville. He made a general boost talk
Amos Nininger, general chairman of
, the celebration committee, made
brief talk outlining the progress of
plans for the celebration. '
An additional prize of $25 was of
fered to Ashland merchants ut last
night's meeting by Mr. Wlnburn for
the best decorated store window. This
brings the total In cash prizes to
175. ' I
Mrs. John H. Dill, of the Ways and
baby floats. Mrs. Cordon MucCrack-
en wilt have charge of the U. A. H
float and will confer with the rhaii
ters of Medford and Jacksonville.
"Mrs. Alfred Moss will have I
charge of the W. R. C. float and
Bert G. Bates, the G. A. R. flout,
'bees. Ladies of the Woodcraft, the
,Odd Fellows, the Firemen's Lodge of
"Marshall, Fred Homer, leading
with his staff,, followed .-by - all
Goddess of Liberty and the G. A. R.
float, lead by the National Guurd
will follow wlfli the Legion to the
right, left and the rear of these two
floats,; Individual floats, and decor
Marchers ou frfot will follow;
children, represented by the church
es and Sunday schools; Hedinen:
Elks; Odd Fellows; Masons; The
Shrine Patrol will inarch in uniform.
After the banquet at the Medford
WOVNDED IX HHOOTIXO SCRAPI
While investigating yesterday into
n mysterious shooting affair Thurs
day night at a cabin ou the home
stead of Thomas Williams, one mile
from Jacksonville along Jackson
creek, in which R. Carpenter was se
riously wounded, Sheriff Terrlll to
day located a home:made still in the
cabin and placed Williams under nr
Carpenter Is in the Sacred Heart
hospital with a bullet in his left
lung. The missile narrowly escaped
striking his heart. He is about 30
years old and is said to be resdent of
Medford. He will recover.
Carpenter claims that he was at
the homestead doing gome improve
ment work there, and was standing
by the cabin last night when he was
shot. He asserts that he does not
know who shot him nor where ilia
shot came from and that he had hit)
no trouble with Williams. He was
brought to the city, given first aid
by Dr. Poelnltz and then taken to the
The sheriff was notified of the
shooting and on going to the home
stead today to Investigate, found the
home made still in Williams' cabin
fashioned out of a copper holler, and
another boiler was found filled with
corn and peach mash. No whiskey
or liquor wag found ou the premises.
Williams, who Is about 30 years
old and sometimes goes by the name
of Crippa, was placed under arrest
by the sheriff on charges ot manu
facturing liquor and maintaining a
nuisance. Williams, like Carpenter,
claims be knows nothing about how
the latter came to be shot.
The circumstances of both case
were placed before George CoddingJ
assistant county prosecutor, and the
latter officer la also conducting an
Investigation. Williams will hate
his preliminary bearng In Justice
Taylor't court today.'
Body of Drowned
Recovered In Mont.
Tim buily of Mm. M. K. tlray,
wellknonn Ashland woman who
Wm ilrowiuil June 7 in a Montana
mountain kln'inu, lias been rerov.
cml according to word recel.ed
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local Kord agency. The body will
be shipped lo lirooklyu, V. V., the
birthplace of Hth. Gray, fur bur
ial In the family plot at Hint
Mrs, Gray, who left here on a
motoring trip Hie latter uirt of
May In ciiinpiiiiy with Mr. anil
Mrs. Oluf Lldstrom of thin city,
una drowned in a mountain stmiin
neap Phlllpsbnrg, Mont., while
crossing on u narrow fool-brhlge.
All efforts tit save Mm. Gray were
futile, owing to the sttiflness of
Mr. and Mrs. fierce were old
tin w friends of Mis. (iiuy and
were, tiie first to receive word of
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dijfunct Bank of Jtirksouvllle wusimnnd. Ashland; Auguma rutum,,
concluded yesterday by Asslstunl I Keno. Ore.; Nellie Hake. Ashland;)
Hank Examiner K. I). Kuhler. who, Dorothy Elmore, Applegate, Ore.:
hag been engaged in the work since Florence Llchtenberger, Wolf Creek y
the institution closed Its doors last'Ore.; Lena Provost, Ashland; Bea-
August. The findings will be sent
to the stae bank examiner a Salem,
and later a report will be Issued to
the public, from that office.
According to Mr. Kahler there is
about $60.0011 in. notes outstanding Ashland; Ruth York, Ashland; r.ua
that will never be collected, and be- Davis. Talent: Ruth Martin. Phoe
tweeu J75.000 and $90,01)0 in over-lnlx, Ore.; Thelma EHeatad. Central
drafts the exact location 'of which! Point; Elizabeth Elmore, Applegate;
unknown. Most of these two
vanlshed like water down the
proverbial rat hole. Koine of It mayjOre.; Gladys Derrick, Ashland; tz
be collected, but it is extremely jfher McAmlrews, Klnrnath Falls;
doubtful. The tangled condition ofiMiss Taylor. Butte Falls; C. L. Rob-
the accounts of the iiHiik bilked the
examiners in tracing loans, notes,
The ending of the auditing of the
books is the close of the first chap
ter in what has been characterized
as "a bank failure without a paral
lel In banking history." Cases aris
ing from the failure have occupied
Jackson county courts for nearly a
year and four cases are still pend-
, mi.- i A ti.ai
ing. lue lUlN.cr ,..r,rm r
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lence. i.ivii m iiunn im mr: .un-..-
Hon of money on overdrafts lire also j
ou the dockes. I
Last week citizens of Jacksonville, j
all depositors in the bank, were sul
poenaed to appear before the federal
grand Jury In session at Portland,
relative to Liberty bonds, stolen and
altered, from the bank, It is said.
This is the latest phase of thn case,
but further developments are due.
0. OP 0. GRANTS
EUGENE, Ore., June 21. Two
hundred and thirty degrees, and
eight certificates, were granted .by
the University of Oregon yesterday
at the 4iith annual commencement
exercises in Villnrd hall. Of this
number 187 rec.flved either the
bachelor of arts or the bachelor of
sciences degrees, 18 were graduated
from the graduate school with their
masters' degrees, and 15 received
degrees from the medical school.
According to Carlton Spencer,
registrar, this is the largest cl"ss
ever graduated from the university.
The largest group to receive', iln-
grees from any one departnf 'nt,
outside of the college of literature,
science, and arts, was from the
school of business administration.
as recivlnr their sheensklns. I
One hundred received their brain
'okehs" from the school of litera
ture, arts, and science. The school
of education turned out 27, and the
graduate school 18. Of the more
Important schools, law came the
lowest, with only, thirteen checked
The state of Oregon In 1920 cut
3,318 million feet of lumber an in
crease of SA per cent since 1915.
Of this, total 2.609 mlllUn fd-1
were cut west of the Cascades and,
707 million east of the Cascades.
Oregon and Washington produced
25 per cent of the total lumber
cat In the United States lu l20.
Actual study work begun
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morning ai iiib i ""
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.exieusion . ...
! Normal school now being held here
at the high school. ' Definite study
programs are being outlined rapid-
ly. Registration of teachers irom j""""'". " iai"i uus ukhiiuik mm
Oregon grade schools had reached Bjbls Immediate plans Include a
mini nf txtv-flve this morning. Mr. I month's vacation motoring trip
Briscoe, superintendent of thewhlch will take hint to Portland, Sa-i
school, stated this morning that the " and northern cities where hel
prospects are good for an enroll-; "HI visit friends and relatives. What l
ment of seventy-five teachers before' ble, business plans for the future!
....inn clnp.es. He stated
numbrs ot Ashland people are tak
ing advantage ot the offered courses
at the school and that there were
several local registrants today.
The following Oregon teachers
had enrolled up to noon today.
Francea Itonzih, Klamath Falls,
Ore.; Estelle Swank, Vancouver,
Wash.; Myrtle Bradford, Portland,
Ore.; Minnie Dlllard, Merrill. Ore.;
Hazel Taylor, BuHtle Falls, Ore.;
Hester Morelaud, Central Point,
Ore.; Mrs. D. It. Ralue, Brooking,
Ore.; May Hedrick, Ashland. Ore.;
Edna Kennedy, Chico, Calif.; Mar-
tret Schloeman, Roseburg, Ore.;)
! Hazel Wiley, Medford.. Ore; Flor-
ence Dlllard, .Merrill. Ore.; KstclleJ
Peldmaier. Giants Pass, Ore.; Inez'
iWllllta, Persist, Ore.; Fiances Mc
Iwilllams. Oakland, Calif.; Martha
Portor, Lake Creek, Ore.; Kathyn
ftnr 'Ashland: Marguerite Ham-
gle Walker, Ashland; F.thel Free
man, Ashland; Lucy Oatman, Tal
ent; Mamie Giacomlnl, Merrill; Mar
jorle Gillette, Ashland; Mary Car
ney, Glide. Ore.;' -Gertrude Mlkscii.
! Josephine HOiinna, mrieua jwuih-
son, Edna Robinson, w uneriie,
ertson, Lois Allen Stewart, Ash
land, Ha Myers, Ashland; Wliifred
Spencer,, Ashland: Anna Lewis;
Mrs. J. Z. Wing; Grace Lytle; Alice
Lytle; Cecil Roberts. Murphy, Ore.:
Hazel Stevenson, Central Point; Es
telle Hunt, Merrill; Arllne Hay.
Central Point; Thelma Kent, Med
ford; Gertrude Lorenz, Coqiiille,
Ore.; Marlon Mnrtensen, Roseburg;
Dora Sleverts, Oakland, Ore.; Annie
iiitnirAV I rnn a i'.ihk: r.rmn Atpr.
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KAimnih Fulls- Helena I,
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Pearl Shannon, Condon
POLICK HKARCH KOIt
MIST B It V
M A X
. j February 14, 182G, and was one of
Police here are searching for W.I a family nf nine children. He is
H. Burke who arrived here June 1, survived by his wife, and two sis
Chief of Police Hatcher slates, with 'tors. Mrs. Rebecca Zimmerman and
nnlv a suitcase and a "nast." Is I Mrs. Sarali Miller, both of Indiana.
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occasional apple given him by chll
jdren, and who has now disappeared.
! Police say that Burke was known to
! have been in a very weukened con
dition for lack of food although he
refused food ami offered aid from
various sources. When last seen.
June 10, on Fourth street headed:
towards the business district, he wasj
noticed to have staggered for some I
distance before recovering himself,
Police scout the theory that be was I
in financial stroits and refused to!
beg or accept help. The police are I
Investigating Burke's possible com-j
pllclty In a recent burglary of hei
Johnson Jewelry store, from whlc'ij
loot to the value of '00 was taken.
TkA Inlla IhonrV id thnilfht ill tlA
strengthened by the shipment of
Burke's suitcase several day. priori
to his disappearance. His possible Htiildlng Owners and .Managers ns
guicide or death Is feared and police Locatloii. now touring the north
... .oornhlnv the Viclnt for his
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Chief Hatcher announced thnw
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morning iuhi ui bui""" i.c-r,.
traced to San Francisco.
Burke first stopped at the Oxford
rooming house, where he paid H
week's room rent In advance.. When
Burke disappeared he was a ween in
arrears with his rent at the Atlas were given a bouquet of roses, a hot-it e wneieaiioms oi ... r sou iam
rooming house. Burke Is elderly in'tle of Lithia water, and a recciit;she thinks Is In Northern California.
appearance and is appertly well edu-!copy of the Portland Journal conChe is o r way souin anil lias re-
dioil He freauently mude casual'tainlng an article on Ashland. I' sted police and newspaper aid In
references to men In high official
positions. He recently went to Grants
Pass with W. E. McPherson of this
city who drives a stage to the for
mer place, and, police state, Is post
tlvelv known by Mr. MePhersou not
Jto have eaten anything during the,
entire trip. He steadfastly refused
food from Mr. McPherson. An oc -
...un. i ,.,.,.t. .ivhii him hv children i
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was hastily concealed unner nis con, n
and made off with.
Chief Hatcher advances the theory
that the man la a possible govern-
ment secret service man who has
4pent hie allowance. . -- J
' Sold Yesterday
By J. H. Provost
With the purchase yesterday of J
the half Interest of J. II. Provost,
j Provost Brothers hardware today
I passed into th sole lunnagemei
thisiand ownership of 1'. H. Provost who
lllh Ills lirnthai- liua nni1 lifted the
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,fclhuilie fnr IhA .! i.ln.lwn VMM.
..v.. J "'re said to have been
Whether or not the deal will close
a chapter in the Ashland business
career of J. H. Provost, is not
r Mr. provost did not state. m
will retire from the firm of Provost
Brothers, which will continue to do'
business under the old name, after'
.July 4. i
In his business career of nineteen
yours In this city Mr. Provost him
made many friends who will miss
him at his accustomed place of
business. He has been an Ashland
resident tor twenty-one years, hav
ing clerked for two years In the
hardware store, at that time owner
by his father, before entering Into!
a partnership with his brother, P. S.j
OP 73 DIES
Oliver Ilarluugli, oldest resident
of Jackson county, died suddenly at ,.HS5t., n,,, viewpoint of the tourist j pai ls, seen from above, extremely
his home in Jacksonville Sunday ev-jfllr ,.,,.,.,. Si til shows lu his article! mnrk blue.
ening, June 1, 1921, aged H years. 1Ut, finisi miU'i's observation of! "After sundown the lake is nearly
It was .Mr. Hurbaugh'g umbilion to; ,it n. ti,p rollowing is part "f his 'black and is weird and nwe-lnspii-live
u century and a sad feature 1,1 mtioto. describing Crater Lake: !lng. They say Ihe Indians were
his demise Is that this wish was not j on leaviim Ashland the traveler 'afraid ut th lake and would not go
fulfilled. i reaches the land of the llogne Hlvermeur. The contrast on a sunny day
.Mr. Ilurhatigh did not feel usiiiillv , Viilh-y. The alley is now prod uc-1 hel ween the unrcil. falrylike rim
well Huuday morning unit complained; in(, , 1)P.m,f million bushels of , across the lake and the IniUaatln
several times of feeling cold. Ilej ,,p., ,. ,h KllmH )ri,i Ui't loll of 'sculpt ores at one's (eet, mid. in the
walked about the house and yard as, )iii.h. Hake between, Hie myriad grada-
usunl, however, but toward evening' ..Au interesting side trip may be.tions from faintest turquoise lo
laid down, a fire was built for him. ,(,,. , prater Lake. Crater LaKo j deepest Prussian blue, dwells long
and everything clone for Ills comfort, i is ., (l) v ,)f ,..,., of unliolievublf 'iiii the memory."
It was a few minutes after five thai : -- . -nr -:--t-r: rrr:-- -.- : zZ- - :
he arose and went toward the win-:
dow of the room, and later mrs. liar-1
baugh was startled by a fall. When'
she reached him he was breathing!
Mr. Harbaugh livci In Jackson j
.county for tt years, and was a true
type of pioneer. The gold rush lu j
California lured him In his youth
and he came to Oregon lu 1871!.!
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a veteran or the Modoc Indian wars.
and was known to scores of soulh -
!ern Oregon people,
Ills many years!
did not dim his cheerful nature.
Mr. Harbaugh was born In Ohio
n-l.. hn.U. lu n. II,. rminrnl h.itlin
nf U'leks-r'nneer enmnnnv Fuller-
t. nrraneemenls will bo announced
I'litler the auspices of Ihe Cham
ber of Commerce, Ashland
l,0!" yesterday afternoon at o ciock
t 200 M-tern members of the
sociauon. now touruia me mum-i
AliHI, llllllu. Will Ul,,lll,l.fl II.,!', I
western states, who slopped here i
day In advance qf their schedule.
Durinf Ihe train's
slop at the
ISnutheru Pacific depot the parly i
I Uin.ih,'., I'uniri,, i ili, nurtv
'was received by a committee from
I ED HER
the Chamber of Commerce. Kadi j ago. Mrs. ('.race y mown, oi i.amas,
member was treated to a box ofjWasb., has been in Ashlaud for the
Ashland cnernes. In nddliion they past week, trying lo lonnte clews as
Ti,. nuriv vnli.H their aiiiirccla
lion of the, reception accorded thena ranch near Lnnton. Ore., Mrs.
and presented each lady, members, Brown,' who is a school teacher,
of the Chamber of Commerce, with tales that there was no apparent
a' box of candy. The last several reason for young Brown's dlsappea:
'minutes nf the party's stay in
laud was spent In walking up and
'down the station platform meeting
meinbers of the Chamber of Com j
mcrco committee, headed by John'
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Fuller, secretary. The
oralsed the beauty of the city, as.eleven Inches tall and weighs about
Judged from the train on their ar
rival here, and commented on the
srenle beautleg of the Siskiyou
Crater Lake Is Praised 7 f
As Tourist attraction By
Espee Passenger Agent
Work preparatory tor the opening, blue occupying the crater of an M
of Crater I.uke to tourists and mo-jtinct volcano. Today one small cone'
torists is going' forward rapidly, emerges a few hundred feet from
Teams and men are busy breaking the surface. The luke Is 2,001) feet
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holm, manager of the Austlu Hotel any stream running out of it; but
here, who is to he chief clerk at! the water Is supposed to escape by
Crater Lake Lodge stnted this morn-1 underground channels and to reap
ing that the management of Crater pear later as springs.
Lake expected lo have ereythlng liij "This wonderful old crater, with
readiness for the tourist rush byjan elevation of nearly 8,000 feet, is
July 1. :o near the top of the world that
In the June issuo nf the Southern there is nothing with which to corn
Pacific Bulletin there is a well writ- pare It It is 25 miles around. the
ten article containing much lauda- crater and over a thousand feet
tory praise for Crater Lake by John down to the surface of the lake.
M. Si'Ott, general passenger agent of The gray lava rim is remarkably
the Southern Pacific company. The 'sculptured.
article treats the various phases ofi "Tho water Is wonderfully blue.
i industrial progress and the sceulc
J,,,),.,,,,,,,,,,. f Oregon. Mr. S.-oit es -
Ashland Plays Host to
Fair Portland HiRers
Advertise Oregon's World Exposition
Two ol i-orliaiui a unreal. ..iiks-s,
Kvelu Powers and Gertrude llub-j
bard, advertising Oregon's worm s
Kxiiosillon. to be held In the stale
metropolis in l!t2fi, as they tramp
through the country on their .12.17
mile hike to Milwaukee, Wis., stop
ped at Ashland Saturday afternoon
and remained long enough to say
that "Ashland and the park are per-
feCtlV WOllllcrf III." Ill klialtl lllklllg
ell filled knap-
! sacks marked mi the outside with
Portland '2!i lu large figures, and is-
pluying the same prophetic sign on
a red arm band, the girls left Ash
land, their last slop in Oregon, today
on their way south where the first
slop will be at Ited Illuff, Calif.
Mlns Powers and Miss Hubbard left
i Portland on June II. equipped for Misses Powers and Hubbard ure
i outdoor ramping and carrying an in- well known In Portland as particl
jtijiluctory letter from Mayor Baker pants in vailed athletic sports.
of Portland, for MilwanUee. wis,
which place they expect to reach by
ki..i..,i...i- nf this year. The ohiivl
I of the trip is health.' sport and a de-
l sire, to advertise Oregon's Exposl -
I lion Thev are distributing liter.i-lthn
,,.,, ,.(,iiceriiing the exposition at
their various stopping piares urn.
making It a ...inl to meet all city
officials alio newspaper represi.iii.i- j
lives. Although accepting free;
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MOTH Kit 1111" i I"
SKAIU'll HKKK FOK
Missive; SDN, 17
Iii search of her soil, Chaster I..
Brown, who disappeared ten months
her search. August 20, 120, from
Ash-;ance. As Mrs. Brown is now near
the California cities where she thinks
ner noy nas locaien me linings is
publishing the hoy s picture.
Chester L. nrown was 17
Icember of last year, is about five feet
ltu pounds. He has black hair.jmi, acompanied Mr. Lockwood. The
blue eyes, fair skiu, full red Hps. few family will make their home here,
small freckles, small scar on the having sold all their property Inter
right cheek, brown birth mark large jests In the northern city.
", urei III places aim
Its surface li
over 1000 feet below the rim It
a lovely turquoise anil brilliant green
'aloug the edges, and in the deep
mis on in man no. ...
making tho entire journey on foot,
staling it is part ot inn game noi
to use the railroads or uso money in
any way for transportation expensed.
The girls are making the hike un
accompanied except for their pet hull
dog "Pat" who Is, apparently ucree
ably, tagged wllh a large sign an
nouncing '25. They are inuking
their way south over 20mii miles of
Hie Pacific highway as t:tr as Long
Beach, Calif., where they will stop
for a short time before making :t
hack trip to San Francisco and then
east over the Lincoln highway. The
will attend. school this winter lit
j Milwaukee. Wis., and will return to
Oregon and Portland in t lie summer
' of 1922 by the northern route.
especially ot au aquatic narure.
As part of their trip the girls are
keening a diary, a scrap book of
newspaper clippings and taking
1 scenic views. During tlteir stop here
girls took several photographs
of the l.ithiu Park, the auto caiiip
kiouuub mm o.. uu: '
Ashland. They camped for one
hikiii ai uie i-ump kioiiiihs unu m-i"
'charmed with everything."
as silver dollar ou left ' shoulder,
Swinging walk. Ills movements In
general are rather clumsy, quite, se
cretive disposition and fond of fire
arms. He has had experience as a
soda fountain clerk, elevator bnv
and grocery store work. Any Infor
mation will thankfully be received by
his utixious mother.
The Lithia Ilakery on Main street
has been sold during the past week
to It. H. Lockwood. of Slielton,
Wash., by H. C. JorgeBsou who will
leave soon for San Francisco. Calif.
Mr. Lockwood is au experienced
bakery man and wus formerly en
gaged in that business at Shelton.
Wash. Mr. Lockwood announced bis
Intention today of engaging in the
wholesale baking business as well
as the retail. He hopes to ellininato
outside competition of city bakeries.
Mrs. Lockwood and daughter. Ano-