The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19??, October 10, 1927, Image 1

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    NO SATISFACTORY
club
is
Local W om an Is Owner of
Bones of Ancient Mastodon
Em plcyrm eat Service I« Bringing
Mrs. W. H. Smith of 166 East least thirty-five feet beneath the
Result* for Local
Mairt street is the fortunate poss­ earth's surface.
Firm*.
Turned Down.
The fossilised remains of the
essor of a wonderful collection of
elephant
consist
of
a
jaw
bone,
fossilized shells, sea plants, rocks,
The chamber of commerce o f­
Although it is known that many and the remains of a mastodon, with two teeth intact, three loose
fice has been a busy place the
bids were submitted some of which a specie of the long-haired ele- teeth (molars) which measure sev-
last* few days. The employment
are believed to have been at very phant now extinct. This prehistor- en by sevbn inches, a tusk five
work is steadily growing and an
reasonable figures the Post office ic creature was three times the feet in length, one vertebra twelve
average of three people a day are ]
Department announces that “ no size and twice as heavy as our ele- inches in width, and another verte-
being placed in positions. Busi­
suitable proposal was received un­ phant of today.
j bra sixteen inches in width.
ness men are telephoning in re-1
der the advertisement for
the
,
w,
, i The conglomeration of shells,'
Evidently these huge creatures
quests for men and many restaur- ,
proposed star route from Klamath
and bones werc found in the ‘ roaraed ¡„ the j un(rles and prairies
ants, hotels and boarding houses I
lalls to Ashland and further ac-
place and were intermixed. 0f California and Oregon millions
have been supplied with help. The
[ t”;’n ln tbe nlatter ,s not expect- xhese ancient specimens were un- j o f years ago. At that time
chamber has a good position for a Week Day Bible School
A s h la n d Girls take Two.fd at this time. Proposals were earthed by hydraulic pressure in'country was thought to have been Drive this Year will be in C'
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Classes
First, a 2nd and 6th for called for a daily service for all tbe mine owned and operated* by ¡ ¡ S n l ^ e T a n V ° t h e T lW e Form of a Race Between •
vou" K man ot h'*h ¡w
-“00* age who j W Vill
iU Resume Classes,
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classes of mail from Ashland to Mr
and
Mrs.
Smith
nhm.t
two
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permanent
work
with
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Mrs.
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With
Mr. and Mrs. Smith about two tropical. These fossil remains were
State Honors
Ford & Chevrolet
j chance for advancement.
Klamath Falls.
miles west of Hilt, California on | undoubtedly thrown up from the
PI FASED AT RESULTS
In an8WCT l° an inquiry PO,t’ lhe Cottonwood creek, over thirty ocean bed at the time o f the * great i WILL
« ,,, , HOLD
, w-vTrTTj A wru I T T , T Ilf ChambeF
CP “ to d j IS NOT COMPULSORY
PL E A SC .L J A 1 K L 3 U L 1 9 master F. D. Wagner o f Ashland years ago. They were buried a t ! eruption.
BANQUET facilities are now being f°r used
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has received the following letter.
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assist the golf club and the Y. M. _
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Team is Making Prepara- from the Fourth Assistant Post- 7
Re^UlV .SardSi i ^ f
Contest Will Officially ^ A in th' ir “nnual pffort* to
crease membership rolls and raise and L-hlldren IvlUSl n a v e
tions Already for Next master General:
Open on Night of Oct budgets.
Permi**ion
Years Contests
Washington, Sept. 30.
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with
Banquet
A
new
feature
has
been
added
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1 “ In reply to the inquiries con-
Next Monday. October
10th,
in the placing on file at the main
The Ashland Canning <dtub con- tained in your letter of the 14th
Moving
with
military
like
.pre­
desk
of
all
inquiries
for
inform
a-
the
Week
day
Bible
school,
which
fcting of Beth Joy, Iwanda Bate- instant, I have to inform you that
cision, Majors and Captains under tion about farms and homes And | is held in connection with the pub-
man, Lorraine Sparr ami Naomi from information subsequently re- Seventy Hundred and Filty Acre* Norm al
School
SUtdrnt*
“ nll|the general direction of H. C. Gal- drawing the attention of real es-lic schools, will convene for the
Leedom, with Miss Joy as the lead­ ceived it appears that existing
P m l i o r d A d join in g
O th e r. W ill Form New
ey, general chairman having in tate men to these lists which are remainder of the school year,
er won a number o f first prizes at conditions are sudh that it would
A s h la n d .
O rg a n iz a tio n .
charge the Y. M. C. A.
budget available to all operators. Real
xhe week day Bible school ia
the state fair at Salem which was be advisable to continue star route
drive
met
last
evening
in
the estate men have been giving splen- und,,r the general supervision of
brought to a close Sunday even No. 73339. Ashland to Klamath
One of the largest tales of farm
An important event in the his­ Chamber of Commerce, and per­ did cooperation in interviewing tbe school hoard and the church
mg. Beth wo« two first prizes, th e j falls, Oregon, particularly
in land to be consumabed in South­
tory
o f the local M. E. Church fected the organization that will many interested parties and show- board o f Ashland, and is under
iudge awarding her first on four xiew o f the fact that, no suitable ern Oregon this fall, was complet­
will
occur
next Sunday, October be directly responsible for the de­ ing them farms in this district,
direct supervision of
Mrs.
jars of fruit entered in the num-' proposal was received under the ed yesterday when Gaston Fwn-
tails o f the drive.
An unusually large number of Grace E.
Andrews, who had
ber two drecussitm division and advertisement lor the
proposed and, and J. M. Yancy of Mineola 9.
This year it will be a sales con- people are stopping daily at the charge of this bfsnvh of the work
On that date at the church, a
first on eight jars of fruit and ac- ,®t*r route from Klamath Falls te Texas, purchased seven hundred
seoond
Epworfh
League
Chapter
test
between the Ford and Chevro-
’hevro- chamber office seeking new loca-
year, ilurlbft the past sum-
companying menuee.
,
Ahshland to which you refer.
and Fifty acres « j Belfour Guth­
Imer, Mr». Andrews attended sum-
She wilf be only able to accept i
Tt may be added that the pos- rie’s Sands just owH side o f the city will hoW its first meeting at 6 :15 ^ let, with Major Harlan, in charge | tions around Ashland.
one of the prizes offered and this ;T®I benefits t h a t might be limits. The deal was made through The neve League will be composed of the Ford sales and Major O.
A very encouraging aspect of mer school at Linfield College, Me--
will mean a two weeks trip to the derived from the proposed new E. G. Kingwell o f Sutherlm Ore- chiefly of Normal students and F. Carson directing the Chevrolet | thp chamber work ’ has been the M'mnville where she took a special
club summer school td be held at rou^e are no* considered suffi-^^on sales representative t.f the others older than the average j end of the contest. J. C. Hopper, number o f business people who course for week day Bible school
Corvallis next -summer.
cierrt tot warrant the expense in- Belfour Guthrie company, and high school ptrpil. The eld Chapt-iJ.O. Riggs, and C. J. Baughman have come to th« chamber office teachers, which will enabW hi r
'er'Na. 6043 will continue to fu n c-. are team captains, working under voluntarily to join the chamber to carry out new and interesting
The first discussion demonstra- V° ' ^ d in malnt*inin* * * * a ™ te it is thought t&iat the new people
the present service.’ will take possession immediately. tion under the title of Ashland Ep- O. F. Carson, while V. O. N. Smith ami pay budget subscriptions.
1 features in her work this year-
tion team consisting of Naomi ln a* dltlon
“ It is therefore net
believed
----------------------------Last year, which was the first
’The prosperous condition of -win*l>i Leagtie and will admit as G. A. Briscoe, and C. J. Read will
Leedom and Befh Joy¡ placed sec-
that furfbeti action in the matter Southern Oregon, and ihe excel­ members only junior high ami high serve as captains under the leader
I of the Bible school in Ashland,
Tod, in this division, and Iwanda
is advisable at this time.”
there were eighty-six per cent of
lent location <of the land, were con­ school students or these of eorres- .ship of E. G. Harlan
Bateman won sixth prize on her
'O b the evening o f October
a*?* •
the puipils who elected to take the
four jars of fruit.
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I tributing factors to the d e c is s m
Because o f its scope ot work, the kick, e f f b a n k e t will be held !
to make Ashland their future
Caves
Highway
Is
The girls are
elated
<rv- j
To Be Made Wider ’i-ome, according to Ml. Kingwell. the new chapter is know« as the in the Presbyterian church at I
er their victories this year and al­
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The present plans «1 Mr. Fern­ Wwsley Pweindatiog but may later ■which time all members of $p-1
lowed out by the instructor, with
ready are making preparations for
show* THr«« T h o u .- j added ideas of her own. including
and, and Yancy, include the plant­ adopt a different name. Miss B*r- pwsing beams will gather around FiBa,
next years exhibit, determined to
Grants Pass— Widening o f the
Than »
ing a large portion tit the tract tka Pease, deacon«*** of like church the banquet table for final in-
picture work, drpmatics, pagflJtn
fullfill the motto of the club which 'C*ves hl* hway w5T1 be un'4ertak"
The girls feel highly elated ©v- ■Slructiaiiis before the whistle blows j
^
Y »»r Ago
to alfalfa *>nd later they may de­
en
this
fall,
according
to
assur­
try
and storic*.
is "Make the ’best better.”
'has been working on the project announcing the start of the race. I
ance given County Judge C. G. cide to go into the dairy bust
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| The course is optional with the
Tor some time arid has optimistic
The various teams named are as
Gillette who returned Thursday
Final check on the 66th Oregon I j
and F"T<r;ts and ¡ill denom-
visions il at the l<cagu< will find fo lio » '::
, from Portland where he intervlew- McGEES TO HAVE A
state fair gives an attendance for ¡nations and religions are repre-
the week of 78,000 against 81,- sented. -Every child from the pri­
jed federal and state officials. It
J C. H O P P E R , C agtain
SHOE DEPARTMENT its place in the student field.
Ashland Chapter will meet with
was stated that the work would be
Ralph Billings, F. J. Swenning 000 for the previous year and re- mary grades up to and including
completed this winter.
i
McGees store in tne very neat the Foundation next Sunday te W. M. Wright, H. C. High, C. N. eeipts approximately »800 under the „¡xtb grade*, are free to »t-
Judge Gilette conferred
with future wlTl carry a complete line Inelp in ftie organrzatni«.
the *15.000 surplus last year Mrs. tend> the ljme deVoted to it being
Gilmore, Henry Enders.
the bureau of public roads and o f wo mews’ and childrens’ shoes,
Ella Schultz Wilson, secretary r e -jone bour a week by each pupil.
"V. O. Mi. SMITH. Captain
Mr*. Carnee A n d re w * C om p lete*
’
t’ *f k #<i*i*
inn
L *.
.
the statP highway commission in and are announcing a special sale
ports. T With
four rainy
days, when
| Request
cards •
have been given
"V isit* d i d H o m e
T>r.
G.
W
.
(iregg.
Don
Spencer,
M w H veitera T r ip ; V isit*
regard t» the widen mg and was in- : Qf piece goods whicn, will be sold
the
downpour
totalled
more
than
out
by
the
teachers to the pupils
Mr.
and
Mrs.
J.
C.
Hopper
re­
G. TJ. Eubanks, Wm. Briggs, G.
S ix t e e n State*.
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formed that this rs to be d on e'0 ut to make room Itor this new de- turned Lome Monday
the average precipitation for the which were taken home for the
evening H. "Yeo, C. W. Portmiller.
entire month, state fair week this parent’s
signatures, signifying
^ without delay. A steam shovel will , partment. J. W.
Murrv. o f Port-, from a trip to then r>d home m
J. O R1GG, Captain
Mrs. Grace E. Andrews return-
bp brolJ(cht here from the M t,'iandi Oregon an experienced sh o e Ness CYty. Kan*** where they have
year,
was
one
of
the
wettest
in
his-
their
desire
that their children
'G. H. Billings, H. T . Mitchel-
ed horn« this week from an extend
Hood road and wni be put V j work., man win bave charge o f the new, spent several
days
visitmg
tory. The h-ggest year on record should receive this course of study,
mure, S. D. Taylor, J. A. Putman,
ed trip which took her thru six- ,
m . j n t e r considerable work j department for Mr. McGee.
friends and relatives. Thev also
was immediately after the war The instructor, Mrs.
Andrews,
E. M. Weren. R. L. Burdic.
teen of the western and middle I wag
d(nw,
jn
elimination
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Mr. Murry was at one time em­ visited other cifres, including Kan­
when 110,000 for the week.
j cnlls at the school building for
G. A . B R IS C O E , Captain
ulates. On August first. Mrs. An- tain bad curves. The work this ployed ln tbe QUeeri Quality shoe sas City and WAvchitu, ret urn tg t-o
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u r n
,
* or
t' me *n
, her classes nnd escorts them to the
rtrews left Ashland, going first to wi„ter will be the widening o f the j f actory. lias had several years ex- Ashland by way oT Los Angrtes *i
,H-
P*mb*rtoil, years that the state fair has been ' church where the classes are held,
Spokane. where she was a guest at remainder of the highway, making perience m retail selling
and and San Francisco. They had a H. II. r.Uiart, A. M. Beaver, (.. staged admission to the grounds
grounds returning
returning them
them to
to the
the «rhnol
school nt
at
the home of Reverend and Mrs- - - i ft full width for the eight miles ; eomeg
b;g new position well j most delightful trip and renewed 5L Green, F. S. Engle.
was
charged
for
eight
days,
the
j
the
conclusion
of
the
class.
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C . J. B A U G H M A N . C a p t a in
C. Ko ehler, minister o f the Knox from the bottom
the mountain J equipped to handle the details of many old friesrl'hip* and ac-
u
, fair and exhibitors holding over
On the first two and one-half
Presbyterian church at Spokane. to the -resort.
ily d e ’ t oung, B
H. McNam, | Sunday. Thig proved a fin»nci*l j d«ya o f the week, the classes will
| the new department. Anittmnce- quaintarve*.
Rev. and Mrs. Koehler were form­
G. W. McNabb, K K Whittle, G ., success and $7930 were collected, be held for Washington school pu-
! ment will be soon as to the lines I
erly of Ashland, Bov. Koehler hav­
Has U n u s u a l W i n d o w
that will be carried.
Edselt,
accompanied
by
,
t J ' r E A D . ' ^ I
'
^
" dmiMi° ni- !t
P ^ bable, pil, . t the Methodist Church and
F. W
ing been the Presbyterian minis-
The window in Bert Miller’s
that the eight day fair may be | from Wednesday noon for the re­
Mrs.
Edse’1
1
.
of
the
Tfreen
Springs
J. W. McCoy, L H. Hansen, held next year.
ter here years ago. They are most
-]g a veritable picture of
The Campfire Girls have made
mainder o f the week, at the Con­
happily situated at Spokane, and ^ utumn Dahlias in red shaded to -plans to publish a monthly paper. Mountain district, were in town ¡ jfl. s, Woodworth, W. V. Barney,
gregational
Church for puipils of
No
races
or
extra
attraction
T. S. Wiley, C. D. Gaffney.
Mrs. Andrews enjoyed her stay orangf>i variegated scarlet avl gold Mig(, Lucille Carson won the hon- Wednesday shopping.
other than concessions were ot- Lincoln school.
with them.'
| yellow, orchid and white produce or 0f choosing; the name for this
; fered Sunday, a feature being a
Last year there was an enroll­
Dry Farm Corn.
Miss Katherine Vincent, Regis-
From Spokane, Mrs. Andrews a vivid nnd charming Autumnal publication, she chose the Indian
! free horse show in the stadium. So ment of over 500 children and in­
An excellent sample o f d ry,
at the trar at the Normal school, is now
went to Grenville, South Dakota setting for the brown business s«it nxrne, “ Missak. meaning
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the crowd, that exhi- dications point to a large atten­
|
to be at her otTiee at the f.rm corn Is being displayed in ^ at
where she visited her brother. Mr. within their midst. The brown of f 00t 0f tb(. mountain.
the Billings I bitor" had trouble ,n K' ttin* the,r dance again this year.
Miss Ellen Watery is the presi- Normal school building for a short the window of
A. D. Owens and his family. From the suit blends harmoniously bito
h° ™ * M ° thr " rena " V "t-nd-
there, her itinerary took her to [ the riot o f color.
dent o f the Campfire Girls, Miss while each «ay* She is recovering agency (Ma week. The corn was ! mg
room was at a premimum.
by G. W. Hake, and has
Winter Garden Dane*.
Minneapolis, St. Paul, south thru [ This glorious host o f dahlias was Meli Carter is vice president and ««tisfactorily from hev aecent au-
attracted
much
attention
due
to
Iowa, and to Missouri and Kansas, furnished by Mr. Clyde Costello Mies Ellen McLeod is secretary.
The
first of a series o f dancea
tosaobile aeejen t.
Talent School* Clote.
its size and uniformity.
Mrs. Andrews visited at her old who resides at 36 Church st. Mr.
to be given in the Winter Garden
The Talent public schools were
home in Kansas, and with a broth- Costello derives much pleasure and
dance hall will be staged Satur­
closed
last night by special order
Dr. Brow er to Spook
day night, according to Domino
er, I. L. Owens in Monet, of the pride in the growing o f
these
Dr. D. M. Brower will give a ot ttie *cho°* '»"«rd, due to the Provost, manager o f the dances.
05'hitelake country. Motor
trips handsome plants.
lecture sermon at the church of infanti,p par«!y*i«
epidemnic. Special music has been secured,
were taken through parts o f Ark-
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the Brethem chapel Sunday even­ There are no cases o f the dread and a most delightful time ia be­
ansas and Oklahoma, and Mrs. j
j 0 Speak Tonight.
ing. October 9, at R p. m. on the disease in Talent, and the measure ing anticipated.
Andrews was impressed by the ex-
Mrs. Paul Brsee will sneak at
will
contribute
to
the
Ashland
Rejnster,
subject, “ Peace or Christianity was taken purely as a precaution.
cellent roads through this part of the Nazarene church tonight a t 1 «
starting
next
week.
At
a
recent
meeting
of
vs.
War.'” Those who are inter­
the country. In all the middle wes- j ^ ¡30 on her recently completed J
FIGHT PICTURES HERE
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hays return­
ested in the subject will be gladly
the Ministerial Association, Ashland minis­
tern states, the crops looked won- trip to Africa. M m Brsee visited I
The
Dempsey-Tunney fight pic­
welcomed.
ed the first of the week from a
ters voted to accept the offer of the Register
derfully well, and the country was a)| o f the Naaarene missions I
tures
will
be shown at the Vin­
visit to Seattle. Portland, and Cot-
green and beautiful. This
was while on her trip and has an in- |
editor that they contribute once a week an
ing
theatre,
Friday and Saturday
Mr. Ralph Vining o f Oakland. u *p Grove. They were on a plea-
Mrs. Andrews first trip back to teresting message.
j
editorial based upon some topic of general
October 14th and 16th According
Calif.,
son
of
Mrs.
Mary
Vining
*ure
trip
visiting
friends
and
re-
her old home in fourteen years.,
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to an announcement made today
interest. The ministers will take turns, and
on Granite street, is spending » l*tl»es in the northern cities,
and she noticed a remakable im- j Mr. Irving Vining came in from i
by Manager Hurst.
it
is
thought
the
first
editorial
will
appear
few
days
at
the
home
o
f
his
moth
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provement and growth.
the Lake of the Woods Tuesday !
In reparts from other cities
j i er, and his sister Mrs. Grainger,
next Friday,
Rev. J. E. Murphy o f the Full
From Kansas City, Mrs.
An- evening, atfer having closed his J
j i He has now gone on a deer hunt- Gospel Church will go to Wagner where the pictures were shown
drews went to Denver, and from j cabin for the winter. He departed I
they are said to be unusually good
Ing trip in the mountains, in com -! creek Sunday afternoon to precah.
there, oa the Ria Irsn Je thru th*. last evening for Washington, D. C. j
It will be written by Rev. H. T. Mitchel-
particularly in the seventh round
pany with Otto Winter.
The sermon will be given in the
Royal Gorge to Salt Lake City, on a business trip.
when Dempsey knocked Tunney
more of the Presbyterian church. This inter­
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! Wagner creek school house at .1
thence to L<M Angeles, where she
down
for a count of nine.
esting feature will be an exclusive one with
Mrs. Myrtle Harrington, *m- j o'clock,
C. R. Chapman of San Diego
spent several «reeks with numer­
Slow motion pictures o f
thfg
this! paper and is but one of several local
ployed at the Lithia Springs Phar -1
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ous friends and relatives. Most of was in Ashland this week confer­
round are shown, and the details
features which will be announced soon.
nary, accompanied by her two
Mr. R. Reese who has been quit* o f the flurry of punches which sent
her time in Los Angeles arms spent ring with Harry Yeo and looking
«ons, spent the past week end via -1 ill at his home on Alida street ia Tunney io the floor are brought
with her sister, Mrs. F. H. Con- over property, especially pear or­
iting friends ia Roseburg.
; improving.
chards in this district.
s
(Continued oa page 6)
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Ash­
land to Klamath Falls It
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