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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1921
August to Be Musical Program Rose Family Hold Thirty Boy Scouts ! Oregon Budget Large Attendance
Record Month ! Follows Dinner Picnic Reunion, is ; Leave For Camp ' Law Explained, At Y. M. C A.
i ffighwayWork At Elhart Home To Be Annual tvent At Lake 0' Woods State Engineer AquaticMeet
TO C. LAKE
MISSES MAID VOKK, KITH
KHKK AM) IXCIK DAVIS
SCOFFING FAILS TO
DETER FAIR HIKERS
WALK A 1,1. THE WAV KXCKFT
I (IK OCCASIONAL LIFTS
4 i j 'V
SALEM, Or., Aug. 16. The
month of August will probably
break nil record with relation
to the amount of money ex-
pended liv road improvements
in Oregon duriug any similar
period Klnce the Inception of
the state highway department,
according to Herbert Nunn,
state highway engineer.
Mr. Nunn Halil Tuesday that
contractor are busy In all sec-
Hons of the state, and that the
aggregate expenditures for this
month probably would exceed
Thirty l!oy Scouts left Ashland f
Hy LUCIE DAVIS
"(ioing to hike to Crutor Lake?'
"Sure, we're starting Monday.'
"Who's the crowd?" "Why, Maud
York, Kut ri Eske and Lucie Davis.'
"It's quite Impossible." "Why
girls, you!ll never make it; it's fool
lull on the face of It." But despite
these and many other hindrances,
we, the above mentioned girls, left
Ashland Monday, August 1, bound
tor Crater Lake with no conveyance
except our feet, and our one object
in view to have a good time and
aee some of the many wonders, of
our own state. It was decided
among us, after much consultation,
taking into consideration the high
cost of shoe leather and the wearl
nesK ot many miles of hiking, we
might with great cautiousness ac
cept a ride from anyone who saw fit
to offer us the same. So with no
fire-arms a nil u dull Jack knife as
our only weapons, we started, but
luck was ours from the first and
we rode across the burning deserts
near Eagle Point to Rogue river,
then with another lift from a kind
gentleman we were 'able to make
Prospect tho flint night.. After rest
ing anil eating a slight lunch, we
took the kodak and walked down
to Mill creek falls, a very beautiful
sight, falling over H00 feet Into
A jolly tiniH was spent at Pros
pect hotel that evening and on ac
count of the frigid temperature (if
the atmosphere and a scarcity of
blankets we arose early next morn
ing and were on the road by' tb
time the sun wag up. It was then
we received the first taste of real
hiking; all cars passing us were
tourists, heavily . loaded, and we
were obliged to eat their dust and
till plod on. We stopped only long
enough to view the Natural Bridge
and marvel at the wonder of it,
when finally a few miles beyond
I'nion creek our long looked for ride
came and though it was a truck we
clamored In thanking our lucky
stars (or a chance to rest our dust
covered feet. This ride took us
into about five miles of Crater Lake,
where we took a side, road to the
Garden of the Gods, a very wonder
ful sight. It was growing late when
we reached the government camp
and there we met some hospitable
Ashland folks who gave us a hot
meal and hay to spread our blankets
on. All the camners gathered
around their huge camp fire that
evening and the men told stories of
bear hunts "once ,upon a time.'' So
ended our second night of "roughin"
weuuesuay morning wis mepi iuiei
work will continue until h.io
in October lu order that all Im-
provemenlH now under way
may be completed this year.
$ f . . -s,
North Half cf
Bldg. Is Sold :
Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. J.! For the first time Mrs. Mary E. ,
.vi. Klrkpatnck and the latter's i Rose presided at a family reunion 7 o'clock this, uiornlng from the1
daughter and her husband, Mr. andf all her children and grandchll-j Methodist church by auto for Lake
Mrs. J. O. Barnhill, were entertain-1 dree at asplenia, dinner ieS Sun- o' Woods, where they will spend n'
ed nt a dinner given, by Mr. andjday on thebanks of Wagner creek. two weeks camping trip. The camp!
Mrs. Homer Elhart, Mr. and Mrs. I The ..picnic was given lu honor of will be in charge of nev. C. V.'
Eric Weren and Joh Rlgg. Mr j Philip Rose, who will leave tomor-' Koehler for the first week and un-i
and Mrs. (1. H. Yeo, Bernlce and row for Monterey, Calif., where header the Jurisdiction of John Rlgg!
Everett, came later and the rest ofl the principal of a California1 Tor the second week.
the evening was spent in renewing! school. He will 'be accompanied by The boys were taken to the Apple-!
acquaintances and enjoying a musl-' his wife and Bon, Philip, Jr. gate ranch this morning by several'"
cal program. Miss Yeo played Ci Five machines were used to carrvj business men who volunteered to!
number or piano solos with the per the family to the picnic site. With give the boys a "lift" by unto on I
faction of technique for which thiul'tory telling, games and the recall- the first part of their trip. The;
young musician is becoming noted;! ing of family memory gems the re-1 boys expected to reach the Spencer)
Mrs. Hanihill sang a number of union proved Buch a 'success that ranch liv Hi in evptilmr mill will nltM,
plans were made to make the event their tents at that place tonight.'
an annual affair at Ashland. The; They Intend to make an early start
Rose family are numbered among1 In the morning, hoping to reach;
the early pioneer families and have Lake o' Woods by tomorrow night.l
been associated with the history of J The boys are going prepared for aj
Ashland for several years. The ma- "regular time" as they express lt,
joruy oi ine merooars or the fam- " hatchets, ramp fires and
ily live in Ashland. 'thing."
Those present at the reunion!
. . . 15. ffc .ji 'i
Or., Aug. lb. Cop
ies of the law euacted at the
last session of the legislature
providing for the compilation
and publication of budgets by
irrigation districts have been
sent by the state engineer to
the officials of these projects
located in different pints of
Tim budget law provides that
three land owners in the dis
trict bo appointed to sit with jinurkable ability
sones alone anil nthem will, Mr
In case of fair weather (he 'Iv ,i ,,. n... '
. w.. Hllu .,,,. ni-irii, urn meik sang
together and then the
program closed with a song by Mr.
Klrkpatrlek, accompanied on the
piano by Mrs. Klrkpatrlek.
Mrs. t). H. Barnhlll expects to
leave tonight for Eugene where she
will visit her cousin, Mrs. Wayne
Stead, for two weeks. Mr. Barn
hill is goin to California to look
after some property and gather ma
terial for agricultural 'articles and
ha ruder sketches.
LEASE TO CIVIC
OLl'B KOH SITE
The north half of the Mills-Mc-Call
building has been purchased by,
C. J. Perrlne, present tenant of the:
entire building, according to a state-'
ment made yesterday by V. V. AIllls. ,
Mr. Perrlne could not be reached. !
Nl'DDEN DEATH OF
IS SEVERE SHOCK
Mrs. Mary E. Rose; Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Rose and son, Pullln. Jr.:
I George Eubanks, father of Mrs.
1 I'hllln Rose: Mr anil Mr. n.n... I'liv ,-r,..ri .. .... I
j ' . .a. vavwiftC .,. ,..uiv,,; IMII1 u !WCI11JM
j W. Rose, son Sanford and daughter live-foot troutage ou Mill street unit'
j Virginia; Mr. and Mrs. Charles! ulrectly north of the Pioneer Me-!
;Rose, spns, Ellis and Merrill, and 'mortal Hall site, will be leased to
(daughter Mildred; Mr. and Mn.1 the Civic Improvement club for tiu.
Harold Aiklu, daughters, Rose purpose of erecting a rest room anil.
me iioiiro ni supervisors as a
budget committee, and also re
quires that the budget, when
prepared, shall bo published.
In case there is no newspaper
available then the budget may
be posted and 11 hearing held
The publication of the bud
get must be 2(1 days prior tu
, Approximately 300 people a(-
1 tended the Y. M. C. A. aquatic meet
held yesterday evening at the Nata-
; toriuiu under the direction of Cash
'Woods, county orgaualer for the or
ganization. It Is estimated that 59
j men, women, boys and girls entered
the various contests staged in the
t big tank between 7 and 10 o'clock
: in the eveuicg.
The contests served the purpose
, ot bringing Into the limelight sev
eral swimmers and divers of iv
Tha entire pro
gram as carried out without an
accident. High dives, 25, 50 and
100-yard daiihes, relay races atul
handicap swimming contests were
aquatic features of the meet.
Cash Woods stated that the suc
cess of the meet was such that
plans have been made to make the
affair uu annual event.
Names of the contest winners at
the meet could not be obtained In
time for today's paper. They wjll '
! be printed In tomorrow's Tidings.
Marie, June and Frances, and son club building to cost not less than II. ,.
... .... u. .,. .unp.,raui; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Combs, $.0(io. according to action taken, uininitatlon Fridav of last week fol
who passed away Wednesday: daughters, Bernlce and Helen. nrt by the citv council last Hie lit Pnl.! liiu-imr an w"lrlntit t l.lu ti,.t, nn
AAAmlln if. i,n ., AVAtlinp ut B-Qfl n'.l.,.L .. I : .... . . "1
,.u,.,.B i .. ..,... ine ouin - ' v.Uv Ul uoi rcai-jsous, riowara and Kverett. and Cnrl lowing an open discussion between the Dead Indian road
nair or tne property, which Is ot UMnl1- ul l" street, was held Rose.
two stories, with offices on the sec-! from ttle Dodge t'ndertaklng Par-
ond floor, has not yet been pur- lorK at 19 o'clock Friday morning,
chased from Miss Lydla McCall, the MrB Chapla's death came very
GOLD HILL MINKS
TO REOPEN l.NDKH
ruiiey iiusnap uold '". or., AUg. The
I ' National Manganese Ore company,
1 ait Indianapolis, Ind., Incorporation
Moore lost twu fiugers bv' w,lh headquarters at Gold Hill, Or.,
has been organized to reopen and
operate the Centennial placer mines,
three miles south of Gold Hill.
owper. Although to all appearances euddenly after only a few days 111-
tue structure is one building the, neBS- Mr- Chaplu wus the last ot
property has been owned jointly bv tne Pioneer family of Hannah Ander-
.Mr. Mills and Miss McCyll. "on' crossed the plains by ox
The MUs-.McCall building is one team bringing her family from Iowa
of the city's pioneer structures and 1,1 the early '50'-
has formerly been occupied b-, t h Jfjfncy AnderBon was horu in Clay
mercantile firms of Ueebii'and Kin- c,t5' SeP'- 5tl. 1840, and in
ney, Vauple, Norrls and Drake and ,S87 wa" married on the old Ander-
other co-partnerships dating buck to' !,on homestead near what Is now
members or the council ami Alius loailine linv nt the ranch hum Mr Th new owners have received a
Grace Chamberlain, president of the, Moore caught the ends of his fingers - lurK ""'P"11" o equipment and
Civic Improvement Club, City At , in a cable pulley used In unloading: ,'ectlD larR capacity drag
torney William Brlggs wus Instruct- tin. hay. Ills two middle fingers! l,n ,yp drllK drlvnn DV electric
ed to prepare papers pursuant to were badlv crushed, neceuritailnir' P"1' o 'heae diggings, which will
the granting of the lease. ' the umptitatlon by local physicians.
The lease K ranted by the council The fingers lost hy Mr. Moore are
is similar to the one given li. S. the same ones that were badly cut
Butler tor the Pioneer Memoriul In the saw mill planes 11 month ago.
Hall except In point of time. Me. It will lie some time before l-.e will
WASHINGTON, I). C. Aug. 16. Butler was given a sixty-five year be able to use his Injured hand Mr'
Senators McNary and Staufleld ! lease. Stipulation will be made In! Mhoi-h is he!
hope to reach an agreement and the lease that lu case the Civic lm-,of Mrs. Lynch, Liberty street.
maxe aensiie JDnounceineni as provement ( Hiu should cease U 1 ,
Mete Qui Federal
lobs This Week
operate throughout tho entire year.
This mine lias been idle sitce
lllOli and was last operated by the
recent owners, the Electric Dredge
company, an Indianapolis, lnd.,
concern, but during the early days
of the war the extensive electric
equipment was dismantled an,d
shipjied from Gold Hill to the war
the early days when 'he property Iuullt. 10 . thapin, a pioneer' to federnl patronage In Oregon 1 function within the term of the I.KG.tl
was occupied by
the Mills and Mc
STATE POINTS IN
teacher of Northern California. 1 within the week.
Hie greater part of their married- It can be stated on absolute au
life was spent in that state, they har-'thorlty now that Clyde G. Huntley
Ing moved to AshlanS from Sacra- of Oregon. City will be nude conve
nient 0 about 8 years ago. Her hus- tor of internal revenue. Major
band preceded her to his last rest-' Clarence R. Hotcbklss,, 1'nlted States
1 Ing place a little more than, a yeur marshal, and Asa B. Thomson of
;ago. She was a sister of the late. Echo, brother-in-law of Senator
E. K. Anderson and Mary E. McCall. . Stanfleld. will be given an import-!
lease that the property will rever'!
back to the city. 1
Plans for the proposed rest room:
were shown at the council meeting
hy A. L. Lamb, contractor, who will .
have charge of the building's con-' t
struction-. The building as planned According to a
will be sixty, feet square and will from the council
ImJhuIm I .1 ...
I placer diggings, this property pro
KI'XD. HOl SALE ,.dllcPd Blvat weami , vr)(itl g0() n
NOT LAWYER'S KEK the" shallow grounds which were ex
, ; hausted, anil the tireneut ground.
wmcii is junt as rich, consists 01
banks from 20 to 40 feet In depth
of heavy clay and sediments to bedrock.
be surrounded by cement walks. All- of
INCREASES lt VKH
CENT THIS YEAR
1 anf place with the farm loan ban j modern equipment will be used In
with headquarters at Spokane.
CRATER LAKE, Ore., Aug,
(Special.) The number of autos In
the heaviest p tnl" year 18 "6 per ceRt
greater than last year in July an 1
the number previous entering tho
park this year is 3 per cent greater
than last year. The lodge was filled
with the count of 'vehicles "Ve'' S",!,aV ,0 c,lI,acltJ' 1,u,n
came up ror Sunday dinner who
didn't stay but a few hours.
. The road around the r'm is to be
opened by Wednesday, according
SALEM. Ore., Aug. 116. The Pa
cific highway carries
traffic of all Oregon roads, accord
ing to a report Issued by the state
highway department today relative
to a traffic census taken July 15, 16
being made continuously each of
the three days from 6 o'clock a. in.
to 10 p. m. The Columbia river
E IN WEEK :
i the structure which will be of c.e-,
i ment stucco, tiled roof and l';v-;
I proof. In furnishing the Imilillir.'
j several bathrooms are planned. Tin
: original rest room Idea of the Chic,'
! Improvement Club will he carried,'
out with tho object of a place, fori 1
.mothers to rest or leave their chll- '
, dren while shopping. Miss Cham- '
berluln stated thai she had received
many letters from country women, '
n addition to those from Ashland
women commending the rest room,'
j idea. It was stated that the clubl'
.2,44! uicntiond by
the Ashland city rouncll as.
legal expenses pursuant In the
coining bond issue to cover In
debtedness if the city to the
amount of $G.1,5i4.8ft. is not
for lawyers fees, contrary to
recent misunderstanding. The
purpose of the council is to Is
sue bonds not to exceed $51,
000. The difference betweeu
in.t,.ri54.R9, the needed amount. '
and )56,0bi) will take care of .
possible discount on the bonds SALEM, Or., Aug. 16. (Special.)
relevant to their sale. It Is Goiernor Olcott hue issued the
possible that the full amount following proclamation setting aside
hlflrhtrnv atiinrln aarnnri
',. . ! to Mr. Sparrow. There is a sunset
The count covers all kinds of vc-i' .. .
hides, listed as horse-drawn, motor
cycles, passenger cars of Orejjon,
passenger cars of other states, light
duty trucks, trucks of 1 tone and
At the New Era bridge on the Pa
cific highway the count showed a
total of 1,932 vehicles during the
three days and at a point M00
feet south of Aurora 1,3-17 vehicles
The census takers then jumped
auto riae irom tne lodge every
night at 7 o'clock round the rim
beyond The Watchman and turning
hack at the foot of Glaol-jr Petk to
i.ei the beauties of the sun setting
1m. rind the distant hills and the
chanrlng lights 011 Crater Laka.
The nip Includes the bit of road
through the snow bank that Is more
than twenty feet high on either
side of the car and is quite a nov
elty in August.
As Soon Ul thff Ptltlro rim mttA
and lifter eating breakfast, started uu'" " "u" ""ul" 1s open there w
ill ha a., lit, Irl...
to the rim, about two miles from " '""'"j from the lodge around the lake for
our camp, but luck was certainly-pa8,,ed- Trafflc wa c",,8l,lerabl" tourists.
ours again, for a man overtook ua'under ,na 1'0nn malk u,l4il "'; ' .
leading three wild cayuscs, which liei mllM north of Ashland was .reached, I ATTORNEY NEWMAN
wnere tne count was l.GSS. . ,
seemed very anxious for us to ride.
This was an opportunity not to be
lightly passed up, so we galloped
up to tho hotel feeling like the hero
ines of Zane Grey's exciting novels
must have felt. We walked down
MOIt I.I NO MINK
GOLD ORE MAKES
IS NAMED DEPl'TV
SHERIFF' BY COVRTl
The national parks
party, consisting of A. B.
retary 'of the interior;
Inspection j U0M"B wo,l,(' DB t0 tne wn,nen what
the various lodges throughout the
Fall, Bee- ..... ,
city are to the men members
Stephen ,.. nn, hBB11 rinri 11I t 4I v- de-
Mather, director of national parks, ( cded when the building will be
and, E. O, McCormlck, vlconpresl-i started, although It will be stlpu-
dent of the Southern Pacific who uilated In the lease that construction
was thought might reach Ashland
last Saturday, has been' gotten
track of nt last, though It Is not
known where they are at present.
According to a telephone message
from Alex Sparrow, superintendent
shall start within two ye:irs.
KIND STILL; TWO
MEN ARK ARRESTED
lJ .YIEDPOKD, Or., Aug. 11 Fol-
down from Crater Lake last nieht!
,mU- Pre"Ment f the district Tuesday night on th, street.
-""iuubi ui L-uiiiuivrve, tne party
will arrive In Klamath Falls on
J. M. llousler of the Crl.'Mu i.'ieek
At a meeting of the county eoiut
August 19, will spend tho night of
that date at Pelican Bay and will
arrive at Crater I.ak on the morn
ing of August 20. They will re-.
main at the lake until tit list nr
I 22d, when they will depart for Med-
of $2,445 will not be needed, . August 17 tor state-wide recogni-
although the council has listed itloo of the resolution recently
the item that there may not be ! signed by President Harding giving
any hitch In the sale nt the j Oregon national recognition for tho
bond issue. j holding of a world's exposition alv
According to a recent report Portland In 1925:
"MESSAGE TO TUB PEOPLE OF
"The signing of the joint resolu
tion by President Harding that wu
recently passed by congress giving
j the state of Oregon national rerog
'inltlon to bold n world's exposition
'in 1925 should be the signal for a
' state-wide demonstration in recog
nition of the opportunity afforded
to present the 'resources, scenic ad
vantages and the clvilltatlon west
of the Rockies to all the world.
"Oregon has occasion to rejoice
1 -' ' to Its fullest for the opportunity to
Steps will be taken by the city I stage the first great peace-lovlug
of William Brlggs, city uttor-
ney, the service fee for Port-
land bond attorneys will be
$75. The city attorney does
not receive any amount ot the
legal expense sum as his serv-
Ires are part of his official
OI M IL TO STOP
AITO PARKIN'O AT
here on- a charge of Intoxication,
police found upon investigation that
the shark lived in by the two men
had been burned with tiie apparent
object of hiding the evidence of an
Illicit still. Five baritlj of sour ouncll to eliminate the traffic dan-' and Industrial exposition since the
at Granite and North Main close of the war,
I mash was (ouud close to the rablnlger
wherein the na-
."Secretary of the Interior A. B.
" """ '", Attorney F. .1. Newman of this city
Two single showings of ore from wbb appointed a special deputy
to the water, but as all motor boats! tne 01(1 Norllng mine group, situ-, sheriff for the .collection and handl
were In use, we returned to camp. at61 about follr mlle Wl?st oi"ing of delinquent taxes on the tax
In the evening we went to see the1 Jacksonville, brought an assay of rollsf Jackson county. He will
bears that came within a short dis-1 339.8G gold and sliver, accord- begin work at once. Accordlnr to
. Insr t ex sari i ftziA .ii,n if t.Amvta r n win O T.. J .... ! It'll 1 1 Inrlnw rA l 1
tance or our camp, we were only .n v.oii,, juoge uaraner mis step was '"""u me mnicuit Ci,ie( W(n ti, two j., ned
lucky enoUKh to see "Maggie," the " koiu " WKen to straighten out the tax rollsj'""1 ul "oooung a raitiesnake from (operation of the still.
mother bear, who 4s tame enough to anotner- ond collect as much as possible 0n ! hor"eback ,n one HDOt' Accompanied I '
eat from one's band. The "Ports were received from the delinquent list. Some of thel by Director M"t'n t the park, Bee-j fiput Resident VUit
Thursday morning we again the "S9a', oftice yesterday by P.. X. property has been foreclosed on a reUr 'a11 inspecting trails and B. P. Roper, a former well known
caught a ride to the. rim and this Jo,ingon' manager of the company,, time or two. footpaths and was riding equipped! Ashland resident, arrived yesterday
.im took . motor ride .rn.m1 00 immediately begau speedlug
anil tn ken lit' the officers as el- street caused by the parking Of ma-l tlons of the world will ha nor .ncu
party Will he at Lnke'j. i.. .1,. .. chines Inn close to the eurh. folJ ifk.l . ......
TahnA nil 5 I ha I" , "-r uftaiunb luc mcu. , u. , . iv i , mn ,vriuui Ul I 1 r
on heptemoer j,. ; Although authorities here a.e lowing the request of Mn. W. A.! state of Oregon, I ask the people tt
, Telegraphic dispatches from Yo-j w1Mll(. t0 ive Ull). paniculTX re- Shell to take uctlon on the matter j uiy their cares aside for the hour
semite lodge, (alif., dated August fardn(( the mid. It i known tbal Mrs. Shell appeared before the conn and join in their acknowl-
ij, said; .... - . -it rr...,ua... ,.iui, ,.nA Aiaj . . .....
me ponce are scarcuing ir several ragrmenis 10 inis womier-
othar men said to have beeiilmpll-
exprlence s of being run into ful opportunity by participating with
"pockets" caused by the traffic rim the' great metropolis of the state la
ning in both directions on North their various communities In hold
.Vialn street, while entering the ing a celebration In keeping with
thoroughfare. Machines parking the significance of the' occasion,
too close to the curb and blocking "Wednesday evening, August 17.
a tlew from Gran te street la the 1151 at tha hnnr nt t in vi.nL-
motor ride aroun! """"" rne conn also anyiounced that; "m wesiern siyie wuen be beard by auto from Lodl, Calif., where he c:iue of the trouble. Mrs. Shell Is the time set bv the eiDositJon hi-
and W xard Island. "v"'" "f " "-; inn ureen onnngs Mountain road wuiia an alarm Irom the: is ed tor and nub sher of the Lodl staled Tim
ilmhort to the ton of the latter nrt ,eu" ana tne erection of buildings, was open from the first summit to roadside. The bullet
request for action rectorate for the state to proclaim
went clean 'Sentinel, for a visit with friends in brought up a discussion among the In unison that the spirit of progress
1 A . .Jl ' I.. .
. . .... - sii:-ui ii li k in kin nil bit .iiinnitnii . nAim Tn.. i.. i. i .m iroiieh h. ..,,ia'a kj -.. . . . . ...
slid on tne snow to tne Dotloui of- " " "-"" creen. ana inait "- u..- nu. ine rat- Asnianu ami earoni. .r. uoper counciimen of like conditions exist- may continue to follow 'Westward
the crater. That evening we se-r comPny wl beKn making a new bridge across Kane creek is i llr bad nine rattles, which with! is "accompanied by his daughters. ng ,t ,ariou street Intentectioiis where the course of empire take its
cured ponies and rode around tho! gE shipments of ore within a now open for travel. Other minor. !he "k'n. ! be presented to PresI-; Carolyn and Theda. his mother-In- throughout the city. It was de-way.'
rim to see the sun set on the lake.
(Continued oa Page Fcurj
short period. The finds were made mad matters were taken no. and! dent Harding. Secretary
witnin tares feet of grass roots. bills for the month audited.
Fall ao- i law, Mrs. H. E. Robinson, and Or-, elded to paint the curbs ut the va
vllle Dewey. rious corners with no parking signs :
"Signed. BEN W. OLCOTT,