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"PAGE HH'B The ManWth the Gun . Much In Evidence This Week The gods that look after tbe wild thingg hav not been verjr kind to thera during tbe past two days when they gent a rain In the mountains to afford splendid opportunities to the hunters, but the lulter have 'been thanking their lucky stars, and have filled the forests with the reports of Hfleswmnny shots of which have taken effect, as is proved by the number of deer that have fallen vie tlm to their prowess. Tractlcally every day this week hunters have returned with deer, some of whom have reached the lim-j it, while others could have shot . other, but postponed that pleastr. - for another day. Robert Herrln and Bob Warner came In Wednesday with three to their combined credit and Ira Reeder got two in one day. Not satisfied with the fine seven pronged buck he shot near Wag ner Butte the other day, Rev, C. P. Koehler and sons, Fred and Paul came home Wednesday bringing the rnat which they had stripped from the bones in their knapsacks, ant' after stocking up with cookies peaches and everr good thing the manse larder afforded on short no tice they took to the bills again ani are still in pursuit of the wily deer. 1'hll Sergant came in from th( woods this week with a hard luck story. He shot and killed a deer only to find it had been wounded three times before and was unfit ti eat. Not only are deer unusually plen tiful, but reports state that the for ests are alive with other game an birds. TO TOP LEVEL (Special to The Tidings) SALEM, Sept. 6. All hop prlc records of Marion county were shat tered here when A. C. Connor, G B. Connor and 8. J. Connor dls posed of their crop to McNeff Bros of Portland, for 64 cents a pound, which on the present crop meant about $900 per acre. Other grow ers hare contracted with the same . buyers for delivery of bops at 60 cents per pound and up. FOREST PATROL TO HAVE PART IS FLEET WELCOME El'GENE, Sept. 6. Today and tomorrow the western Oregon aerial fire patrol will be suspended while the ships based here go to Portland to take a part In welcoming the fleet on Its visit to the Oregon metropo lis. Weather permitting, the flight to Portland will be made some time today and tbe planes will remain over Saturday. Four ships, all DeHavilunds, will make the flight from the Eugene base, and It Is possible that another plane which Is expected In from .Mather field may be included. Thl? plane, it it reaches Eugene ln time, will go on to Portland with the rest of the aerial fleet. The order to go to Portland came yesterday from Colonel Arnold ln San Francisco. Those to make the trip are Lieu tenants Webb, Goldsmith, Wright, Batten, Ridenor and Roeder; Ser geans Blanton, Thomas, Stacey and Fisher, and Private McGinn. GREAT YARMOUTH. Summoni. HOP PRICES GO ed to attend a patient late at night, ! made every day in the business dls a municipal doctor consulted a plau trlct for hotel washing nnd other ot his district, and found be lived halt in and halt out ot the area. Tbe patient's bed was exactly 27 feet from the borough boundary, and the doctor refused treatment. He was upheld. HUNTING SHOES Brown Duck With fibre or rubber soles. The ideal shoe for outing use. Price n 1 BACK TH Ml ODMIA I U UHLII UlMIH (Special to The Tidings) MEDFORD, Sept. 5. Bound over In ftiA ffrmiH Inrv nmlnr tinmla nf ' ' - 100. Wlllla E.. Carter, charged llh 1118 tl,e of 250 wort" of aul tireB froln the Medford service sta- an-,1'0" ln8t weok- 19 ln lne countr Ja" Bwailln the arrivaI ot ofrlcer from i Lo8 Angeles to return him to Call- j i fornla- wnere he 18 wanted 0,1 ' I more serious cnarge. n nus Deer, decided to turn him over to the Cal- j lfornia authorities because of the! fact that he can be sent to the peni tentiary for ajonger term on the southern charge than for the local crime with which he is charged. (Special to The Tidings) SALEM. Sept. 6. Charles Gallo way, state tax commissioner, re signed today to accept a position with a Portland bank. Frank Low ell, secretary of tbe tax commission, will be his successor on October 1. Assessor Fisher of Linn county suc ceeds Lovell. INFORMATION' FOR AITOISTS The road bulletins of the Auto mobile Club of Southern California are on file in the Commercial Club and may be seen at any time. Road conditions in California' are well covered by these bulletins. Roarf conditions In Oregon are changtnf so fast that a bulletin soon become? out of date. See the secretary fo information. Send autolsts inquir ing for road Information to thf club. If you are unulile to answer hi' questions. All the road maps of the coast an at the club for distribution. Any party going to Crntor Lak should have one of the 1919 book lets, which may be obtained at thf club room upon request or without requests It no one Is in. Help your self. Information- concerning camp grounds up and down the line fur nished. Full Information concerning rond conditions, mileage .etc., of side trips out ot Ashland. E ISI Beginning next Monduy, Septem ber 8, the Ashland Laundry com pany will divide the city Into two districts. On Monday the driver will make calls for washing covering that portion ot the city south of the plaia and Ashland creek. And on Tuesday the driver will call tor washing in all portions ot the city lying north of the Plaza and Ash- land creek; however, calls will be bundles. This is for the purpose of giving better and quicker service, the old method of trying to cover the whole city on Monday being too slow and expensive, and very unsat isfactory. AMERICAN' CUIITLKH TAKE WORDS OK CHEEK TO TOMMIES (By the United Press) NEW. YORK, Sept. 4. Two ot America's most famous cripples, Michael J. Dowllng, Olivia. Minn., and Quentin D. Corley, Dallas, Texas, were nresented July 25 to King George of England at the royal garden party, according to a letter received by the Red Cross Intsltute for Crippled and Disabled Men from Mrs.' Ethel Wood, former sec retary of the British ministry of pensions. Dowllng, who. lost both legs, his left arm and several fin gers of his right hand ln a blizzard at the age of 14, and Carley, who lost both arms ln , a railroad accident, were Invited by the British Red Cross society, by arrangement with the American Red Cross institute, to visit England to cheer up the thousands ot disabled Tommies in the reconstruction centers there. At a meeting ot some 2400 dis abled soldiers, Dowllng and Corley related stories of their struggles to overcome their handicaps. Prince Albert addressed the soldiers. HOP PICKERS ARE BUSY (Special to The Tidings) SALEM, Sept. 5. Hundreds of hop pickers have left Salem In the past few days for the nearby fields, where experienced pickers are able to make from $3 to S4 per day, grow-1 ers paybig from 1 to 1H cents per GALLOWAY QUITSJOB 111 CITY ID IIS Cliff Payne makes plant stands. 4-2 Lyle Sams, a graduate of the Ahu- i land high school of the class of 1911, ; will leave in a few days to enter In A P uhipli nnniitt for the vear September 20. Lyle will go sev-i eral days before the college course' commences to visit with friends! fi ml I a imt Inrutfxl . I .... ' The family of E. B. Adamson, i ... . . . L cashier ot tne laiem state nana, mov)ng , AMani lhlg week in order to allow the children to en-, ter gchoo, . here. Thpy vin 0CCHpy the residence of Mrs. G. H. Way on: Laurel street. I . . . j Dance at Natatorium Saturday, evening. Launspach s orchestra. H. S. Sims, and family of Pullman, ' Wash., have come to Ashland wheie they expect to locate and spend the , winter. The Sims family have been In California tor the past year, where Mr. Sims contracted malaria, so they came to Ashland to try the benefits of this climate. . "I feel as if I never wanted to hear of Califor nia," Mr. Sims declared In speak ing of his experience in trying to live along the Sacramento river. ... Have a tit at Orres Tailors. 62lf . . , Dr. Leslie Kent of Eugene is a gunst of bor mother, Mrs. M. F. Swl gait, near Ashland. Hon. William DePeatt of San Francisco is In Ashland this week, a guest of his mother,' Mrs. Antoi nette DePeatt of Hargadine street While Mr. DePentt Is a manufac turer of Jewelry he Is also a re markably fine baritone singer and fills a position In the choir of the Catholic cathedral in San Francisco. Fll showing' of fall and winter hats Friday and Snturday at Mrs. Simons' Millinery, 26 Pioneer ave nue. 6-21 i Mrs. J. M. Small of Lake county, accompanied by her son; Rosp Small, and two nephews, has come over to spend the winter while the boy sattend school. Mrs. Small spent the last winter also here. Why rent? You can buy one of the most desirable homes in Ash lanl for much less than cost. Small ca:h payment, balance $20 per month. Call at 316 Hargadine street. J-3t Dance at Natatorium Saturday evening. Launspach's orchestra. Miss Hazel Erlckson, who has been visiting In Redding, and Mis Evelyn Bess, who has been In Duns muir, arrived home last evening. ' Elmer Bagley left Inst night for Corvallls where he will enter the Oregon Agricultural College, after a short visit with friends here. v George Ei Carpenter and family are back from Crater Lake where they had been spending several days. ' Mrs. Roy Walker and children ar rived yesterday from Cordova, Alas ka, where they have been spending the pnst year, and will be guests of Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and H. F. Pohland. They expect to remain here until Novemher. . . R. L. Morris and family are back from a business trip made to their former home in Gilliam county. They made the trip by automobile. R. F. ClawBen, with bis family, have come to Ashland from Buf falo, Wyo., and will occupy the Van Dyke residence on Allda street. Mr. Cluwsen has a son In high school and a daughter, who will attend the Hawthorne school. , Mrs. George WeBton of Fort Jones, Calif., is in Ashland, spend ing a few days with her mother-in-law, Mrs. C. R, Weston. The Rose brothers received- a let- j ter ,rom thelr mother, Mrs. R. C. W"6?' who had been visiting in I Monterey, Calif., stating xthat she had returned to San Francisco, and had been on board the battleship New York of the Pacific fleet. Allen Brower, son of Dr. D. M. Brower, has come home from Algo- i mft where ho ha(1 been employed inrougn ine summer ana is prepar ing to enter high school. Mrs. G. A. Morse of Sacramento and Mrs. Grubb ot Oakland are ln Ashland, called here by tbe illness of W. N. Grubby Miss Eleanor Moore of Bellevtew has returned home from Portland where she hud been visiting her brother, Harry Moore. The latter came home with her and has gone to Los Angeles to Bpend his vacation. Mrs. N. S. Ballenger is home from' San Francisco where she had been visiting for several days. Returning with ber is Miss Gladys Waldron of San Francisco, who will be Mrs. j Ballenger's guest during the rest of ASITLAXD DAILY TIDINGS Dance at Natatorium Saturday evening. Launspach's orchestra. . . Mrs. O. II. Way and Miss Harriot Dayton have taken rooms in the Owens apartment for the winter. They moved there yesterday. .... M. M. Brower and fumlly are home from an automobile trip which covered sections ot the Willamette country and Portland. ... R. L. Schreve, highway engineer ot Grants Pass, had business ln Ashr land yesterday. ... WIlBon Heasley of Akron, Iowa, brother of Mrs. Nicholas Dix, with his wife and three children, returned home this week after spending a couple ot weeks at the Dix home In Ashland. ... Mrs. Charles Abbott returned to day from a week's visit at Yreku with her son, Charles Logan. ... Rny Dix, son ot Mr. and Mrs. N. Dix, who was recently operated on for appendicitis, Is not getting along very well at present. ... Charles E. Davis, traveling agent for the financial department ot the Wells-Fargo Express company, wa? a business visitor in Ashland the past two days. ... John Gearing, the well known horse dealer, who has been spending the summer in the Klamath country, has returned to Ashland. Mrs. Carlon and three children nf Lake county have come to this city to spend the winter In order to allow the latter to enter the pub lic schools. TOIRIHT8 HTOI'I'IXO AT LOCAL HOTELS Visitors registering at the local hotels are: Hotel Austin E. A. Roberts, Hornbrook;' Mr. and, Mrs. F. J. Shilling, Rosehiirg; Mrs. Z. L. Dimmlck, Portland; J. W. Hunt, Portland; T. M. Bachelder and wife, Oakland; L. O. Bohaman, San Francisco; Mrs. P. J. Broad, Siski you; L. A. Cookson and' wife, Stock ton, Calif.; W. W. Phillips and wife, Medford; H. H. Jenkins and family. Klamath Falls; E. R. Smith, San Francisco; E. A. Roberts, Horn brook; E. M. Swan, Swan Lake: George W. McCollum, Grants Pass. Hotel Columbia Robert J. Nixon, Medford; Mrs. Frank Cardoza, Hilt, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Cherry, Klamath Falls; Kath erlne Fitzgerald, Ogden, Utah. . Church of God Temple Fifth and E. Main St. Sabbath school (Seventh Day) 10 a. m., September 6. Prenchlng 11 o'clock. Subject: "The Three Strong Arms of Scripture: Law, Prophecy, Example." An Interesting and spiritual exposition ot the fun damentals to a Christian life. A most cordial invitation Is extended to all to attend these meetings. El der J. G. Gilstrnp, pastor. ORRES TAILORS FOR MEN AND WOMEN. Best Woolens; Latest Fash . iona Always. Satisfaction Guaranteed On Savings Accounts Interest A Dollar Starts an Account STATE BANK OF ASHLAND. Diamonds We are offering some real values in Diamonds. You cannot lose; the chances are good for a much higher price ln the near future. 0. H. Johnson The Jeweler . s First Class Baking Products and Light Lunches BON TON BAKERY AND COFFEE PARLOR Corner Fourth and A Street Across From the Depot, i Ashland Feed Store FLOUR, FEED, SEEDS The Best That Can Be Had On the Market. My Name Is Dennis 853 East Main. Tfl. 214 Chip of the Old BlocxA It Is curious how eplsodew, j'f the Boer war pre reralled by theworld conflict, says a writer In the Tow "hire Post. In our Issue for Mny lOAlWK). fiu Instance, we published an aiunt of the bravery In the field of Private E. Wlschusen, who threw a live shell over a cliff during an engagement. Now his son, ' Private Eric Wls chusen, duko of Cambridge's Middle sex regiment, has proved himself to be no less brave. , As a parchment certificate from his commanding offi cer shows, in a ruld near Voormezeele, on June 10-20, he was "conspicuous for bis determination nnd bravery." De spite a hesvy artillery end machine gun barrage, he reached the enemy trenches, cleared them, and finally cov ered the rubers' withdrawal, "show ing complete disregard to bis own safety." Private Wlschusen, who is only twenty. Is now In hospital at Lowes toft with a shot wound In his leg. His bome Is In Uornsey. It is said that only 6,000,000 Americans carry life insurance. O'wan! There Is that many agents. 2,325,000 DE LAVAL SEPARATORS IN DAILY IBB THE WORLD OVER Wherever grass grows and cows are milked, you will find the De La val the favorite cream separator. More De Lavals are In use than all other makes combined. The De Laval is time tested. It was the pioneer cream separator In 1878 and has lod In popularity and sales for forty years. It's the world's standard cream separator. ASHLAND CREAMERY PEIL'S Corner by the Park. I want to close out on Cream Sep arators. . . . Have two left over from before the war prices, and will sell them ac cordingly. Both are 4S0 lb. capacity. New and used Hewing Machine of most any make for sale or rent. We have hundred of used Sew ing Machines that we have taken In trade for new U'hito machines, and some ot them is as good as new". Will be sold for a small price, FX- 2 rW. Fall Suits And You who plan to leave soon for School or you who wish to'select early from the cleverest models will do well to see these new garments. The NEW FURS are Here, too. Sec Them This Week OUR ANNUAL SALE OF SUMMER DRESSES- Prices Ranging from $5.00 to $12.50 And rememher that there are still two good long months of warm weather before us. Why spend these warm days in mak ing that COOL DRESS you should be wearing. Come in and look them over. Our store is aiways.cool. PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTED TO RENT Unfurnished house, four' or five rooms. Address 131 North Main St., or phone 290-Y.' 6-2 Good Cues and Tips Billiard players prefer this, place because they know that they can get GOOD cues; and uiodurn equipment makes a lot ot difference ln the pleas ure of the game. You KNOW It. Profanity,, gambling and other un desirable elements Br a nheolntfllv j TABOO here. We invite GENTLE ) MEN only. This Is a clean, congenial amuse I ment hall for decent clean-cut fel- AlnutTs Billiard Parlor "Clean Sport for Regular Fellows" i int TMCAim FRIDAY- Chas. "Bill Henry" II is Very Latest Picture ; SUNDAY ELSIE FERGUSON in "Society Exile" TUESDAY ONLY TUESDAY ONLY DOROTHY DALTON ID "Other Men's Wives" COMING CHARLES CHAPLIN n "SUNNYSIDE" and Coals Are Here! They Surely Are Handsome All are the Season's Goods. It is not a matter of price or of value, but strictly a question of how quickly we can clear our racks to make way for the on-coming fall things which will need all the room. We are offering these at at a twenty per cent discount. Friday, Septetihor 5, 1019 Save Your Money by going to the Llthla Bakery and buy your fresh bread made la your own town. . . $ 10c Loaves for 25c 2 15c Loaves tor 2je Doughnuts, Buns, Snails and Cook les 16c per dozen, and our well rec ommended Malta Bread l6e each. Lithia Bakery R, C. JORGEN8EN, Prop. WAuiru, IS SATURDAY Ray MONDAY HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS r4 YMfrrowt m S t 1 -A atJV.'V trM pound for ('.eking. the week.