The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19??, February 10, 1928, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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THE
OREGON
Or a Romance and Adventure in and
o f the West ’
By D A V ID M A R K
216 Central Ave., Ashland, Oregon
A S H L A N D
REGISTER
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prophets in charter provisions and
judk'ate it into constitutional or
oiganic law.”
Svfni-Wvrkly P t|,*r Published a. Am l.nd, Oregon
‘Nearly half a century ago l
Kortnerly the Central Point and Ashland American
heard men talking and using the
phase ‘ industrial democracy, in-
O ffice at 872 East Main Street
teruationni
brotherhood
and
BUSINES AND NEW S PHONE 95
world peace.” . "W e o f Oregon
have, in the legal person we have Oar Y ear
$ 2.00
named Oregon un industrial dem­
Advertising Ratas Civea on Application
ocracy. May the other two follow
/w iitly.
"Having and industrial demo­ Entered at the Postoffice at Ashland, Oregon, as Second Class
Matter, under the A ct o f Congress o f March 3, 1879
cracy,” said Judge B------ , “ let
os hope we are in the beginning
Member S TA TE E D IT O R IA L ASSO CIATIO N
o f the end even though the end is
Member N A T IO N A L E D ITO R IA L A SSO C IA TIO N
not in sight.”
The four friends had come out
D EATH TO KID N APPE RS!
o f the city hall and were in the
highway near the stalled car
The Loeb and Leopold crime was bad enough.
when u woman’s scream quickly
followed by the report o f a gun
The Hickman brutality amazed a nation. Now
smote their ears.
comes the Hotaling criminality to spread the
The commissioner ran to the
car and grabbed a gun that had
thought that there may be others o f like mind
been left in it and ran up the roud
in this country.
two hundred yards and jumping
the fence ran a little ways and
Leob and Leopold are in prison. So is Hotal­
came to a small clump or trees.
Within the shelter o f the trees
ing. Hickman faces trial, with an insanity plea,
was a seetee pr bench, beyond
nothing to get a life term. While we dislike the
the bench about five feet was a
man luying on his back looking
idea of capital punishment those tfho kidnap
much like he was dead while a
young children and murder them should be kil­
few pascs beyond at the opposite
side of the grove stood Donald
led as quickly as possible.
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Waldo.
The wrath of the Michigan citizens is easily
With her arms around his neck
r.nd held very close to him was
Miss Leonard. “ Oh, oh,” she sob­
bed. “ I hope I have not killed
him.” At their feet was a short
jjeavy set man lying on the
ground with blood flow ing from
a wound in his head. “ Don’t feel
so liudly about it dear,” said
Waldo. “ Hi? is not dead but he
will
get , hhn
to
. he
. , if we do . not -.
.
wh” " hr1 can ?,ot sur* lcal treat-
ment nn(J care,
(T o be Continued)
©K Aaljlattò ¡Swjiater
It pays, I'll Kay it dues.
Our rule, as a provision o f the
rrum fields and pastures furn­ charter thereby making the teach
ish us with feeds fur uur stuck
and fluur for our bread. Our tim­ mg o f the Nazarene a part of
•He o'Cnnic law o f tiw municipali­
ber and stone supply us with
building material. By coporeating ty, helps wonderfully toward
ace i hi -ng us, i r v oirit o r the
together we du much better than
by competing
against
each Christ influences all fo r good, es­
No one
oth»r.
Cooperation
tends to pecially the otucials.'
peace, competition is war minus realizes this influence more than
, the un. Bruugh to its fullest and we three,” said Judge B------.
i rawest compect the gun comes in "B ein g written in as a charter
provision it has a better effect
later.
than if it were a municipal law
Under cooperation we get a or a law due to an ordinance.”
more abundant living. Supply is
“ Its primary principal effect is
here for our needs.
Yea, an upon the officials, upon the ad­
abundant supply. Thanks to the ministration, upon the govern­
supreme court and our Oregon, ment much more than upon the
tt will continue
governed or upon the private
“ What about Texas,” inquired citizens or resident.”
Judge C--------- .
“ We pay no
“ I nevej- saw it in that light
property tax,” replied the com- before but I guess you are right,"
mlasiuner. “ You doubtless know said Commissioner Goblet. “ Hang
that municipal owned property is ing his head fo r a moment. Judge
fr;— r— spoke,
“ When Rudy an]
nun-taxable. However, the city
pavs an income tax, which is the Kipling coined the pharse: ‘ The
only just tax that can be levied.” Fatherhood o f God and the
Commissioner Goblet next led brotherhood (jl man’ he should
kla guests to the city hall. It was have_ added. ‘The Lordship o f Je-
«18 Christ.’ I am wondering if men
a roomy two story cement build­ -„s
do not recognize the Lordship I
ing. In the building was many o f­ o
f J f uh Chriflt. when they write*
fice rooms, built with a view of
hi» concept o f the luw and the
certain necessary purposes. There
was an office for each o f the
commissioners and a large well
equipped room for meetings of
ths board o f commissioners.
A
large fire and burglar proof
vault was built in the center of
the building.
Within the vault
was a strong safe for the keep­
ing o f currancy, gold, silver and
LIN CO LN ’ S FIRST D O LLAR
ether valuables and papers neces­
sary to insure and preserve the
credit o f the city. The port of the
vault not occupied by the safe
was used for storage room. There
waa shelves all around the room
Young Abe Lincoln used to per­
on which were kept indexed im­
form
any odd job to get a penny or a
portant city records. Next, the
vault and in front o f it was the
niekle. One day he rowed two men out
office o f the commissioner o f fi­
on the Mississippi to board a boat. To
ance. It was in this office that nil
his astonishment they threw him two
bills were paid, all checks or city
warrants were honored and ex­
blight half dollars -the first that he
changes made.
All commercial
had ever had.
business, both within and with­
out the city passed thru this o f ­
To this incident Lincoln attributed
fice. The office furnishing and
the
awakening of his ambition to pre­
fixtures much resembled
hanks
m use a few decades before.
pare himself for service which would
Daily reports the day beginning
assure a good return rather than a pit­
at noon, passed thru this office
from all departments o f the <;ity
tance.
that were of a financial or com­
Out of his experience he said in la­
mercial character. Clerks nnd o f­
ficials and office employees be­
ter years: “ Teach economy. It is one
gan to arrive to take up their du
of the great virtues.
It begins by
ties . Many o f which only lnsted
an hour or two, after which they
saving money.”
were occupied in other occups
Oin- savings department offers you
tions or persuits. These were nil
introduced to the three jurists.
a convenient attractive banking home
They all hurried to their respec­
where your money earns four per
tive rooms and desks.
“ This looks more like a cor­
cent interest.
poration office building of forty
Closed Monday, February 13th
years ago, thnn a city trail’ * said
Judge A ------. "That is what it
A legal holiday— Lincoln’s
is,” said
the
Commissioner.
Birthday.
“ Hope is a municipal industrio-
commercial corporation and she
does the things she wns intended
for. t odo. Hope as well as our
Oregon has buried politics along
side the saloon o f form er decad­
es. It is true that follow ing the
burial o f the saloon, the politi­
cians dug up Jolui Barleycorn,
_ ASHLAND
CirNÌVÌj Q tìE C O N
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the evil shadow o f the saloon, but
since the burial o f politics, then-
la no politicians to sustain the
C O M M E R C IA L •» S A V I N G S , - SAFE D E P O S IT
shadow., and he too has gone to
hades from where he canu-.”
I
am hoping,” said Judge B------
“ that militarism, the last o f the
trinity o f evil will soon be hur­
ried alongside o f the other two.”
•'Amen,” answered the others.
"Someone has said that industr­
ial
democracy.
international
brotherhood and world peace
would follow each other,” said
Judge B———.“ W ell we have in­
dustrial democracy,” said the com
missioner, Continuing he said,
"Th e office o f commissioner of
finance acta as a clearing
for the municipal corporation
Daily report* from the other de­
partments come to the depart­
ment o f finance office, commer­
cial activities, trade and finance
are handled by the department
o f finance. The duties o f my o f­
fice are to attend to the indus­
trial collective o f the city as well
Pacific Coast paper dealer re­
as the governmental or executive
ceived a surprise shipment o f 800
activities or phases.
bundles of tray paper [for drying
The duties of the department
o f safety is to see that the sani­
grapes] which had not been order­
tary condition o f the city is one
ed. This resourceful dealer quickly
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hundred per cent. Water supply
light and heat, drainage, sewer-
turned the supplier’s error to good
are septic tanks, in fact his o f­
account.
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fice to to care for the safety of
the inAabtlsnU and property o f
Telephone calls to customers
the c * T
in nearby towns disposed o f thi
v “ I f ‘ conditions in my depart­
ment are unclean or dangerous,
entire shipment and one hundred
the commissioner o f aafctly calls
additional handles for larcr de­
un me. He aeldoma if ever has to
call the second time.”
livery— gross sales $ »MX).00.
«
The usefulness o f and benefit* 1
Successful
sales
campaigns
now
• f the two other ^commissioner* V
are greatly enhanced by their co |
consider the telephone-the rapid,
operation with the state com mis J
convenient, economical, personal
•loner o f finance and the state
commissioner o f insurance. The 1
means o f com m unication with
credit o f the city is greatly en- |
customers
in and out o f town and
Hanred thereby.
“ Crop insurance added to in- j
a sale* force o f proven merit.
turance o f other property makes
for eafety and the cost there of ,
"W krm IM M0 té* trmjt r F t Ir iifW
is inflntismal compared with the
l i f t km «u i t a k i H tmmrtbrwg
benefits secured. The city hall is j
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u *r«> , U
«• my“.
a busy place. There is something
doing that is worth while, and it
T H * PACIFIC T IL E PI I O N I AND TFLEGR A PI! C O M P A N Y
Is doing much o f the time. Things
with us are doing nicely."
“ The insertion o f the golden I
Ll-iX M
F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k
^pç/nitiaâvc
understood. Their effort to “ get” the abnormal
man who murdered a five-vear-old girl, it is true
against the law, but nevertheless, easily excused.
Our own notion is that the speedy execution of
a few abnormalities will help some scounderels
to regain their sanity before committing such
awful crimes.
In these days o f motor compe­
tition the pedestrian is never safe
I f an automobile doesn’t get him
an automobile salesman will.—
Virginian Pilot.
Nowadays E verym a n
is en­
titled to life, liberty and an auto­
mobile in which to pursue happi­
ness.— Oregon Motorist.
A New York’s girl’s excuse for
driving past a red traffic light
was that “ the most wonderful
man in the world had just asked
me to marry him and I was in
clouds o f dreams.” She was fined
$3, which, we are quite sure, the
wonderful young man paid with-
, out a kurmur.
This being leap year, how­
ever, we suspect the young lady
didn’t tell it exactly as it was.
What she probably meant to say
was that “ the most wonderful
young man in the world had just
consented to marry me.” — Kan­
sas City Star.
It looks to us as if it were go­
ing to be the worst year yet fo r
the horse-fly.— Ohio State Jour­
nal.
Most o f a bond issue o f $950,-
000 will be spent in Salem this
year, for bridges, sewers and
drainage.
Medford— Hearty, Inc., will en
large $183,000 fruit plant.
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Ashland
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Products
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Exposition
W eek of F ebruary
20 TO 26
Ashland Products Exposition
20th to 26th
Telephone tj
During this entire week Ashland W holesalers, Producers and Manufacturers
have united with the retailers in one conce ntrated effort io bring before the people of
Southern Oregon, some of the many thing s that are “ MADE A T HOME.”
THIS IS NOT A TOOT AT HOME
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Do not confuse this exposition wit h the so-called h-ade at home campaign.
You Will Not Be Asked to Buy
g “ 1 durin* thU
main «
•n e y
ri\ A ? Supply Company an
will be featured, and every opportunity wil
with products
produced in your own vicini
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position hall in the room formerly occupied
d at every retail store, Ashland made goods
I be offered to allow you to get acquainted
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TRY AND GET IN!
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