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Mail Tribune 100

Sept. 8, 1915


Peter Steenstrup, former proprietor of the Pacific Motor Supply Co., of Medford, and still a property owner here, arrived Monday from Crater Lake, where he accompanied President Durlop of the Hupmobile company. Since leaving Medford two years ago, Mr. Steenstrup has traveled 45,000 miles for the Hupmobile company, principally in South America, and he sums up his opinion of that country as follows: "I had rather be broke in Jackson county than a millionaire in Buenos Ares." 

He declares most of South American countries totally without wagon roads, many without railroads, and thinks Chile the most to be preferred of any. Some of the cities are splendid in small portions and squalid in the balance, and the habits and methods so different from what an American is accustomed to do, that all are glad to get back.

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Estimates partially completed by the forestry service show that the damage by fire to timber to date is between $1,000 and $1,500. The full data will not be completed before October 1. It is also estimated that the cost of combatting the flames will average about half the actual loss. Most of the fires have been in timber heavily covered with brush. This burned without any damage to the A-1 timber, except trees having defects.