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Mail Tribune 100, Jan. 7, 1922 continued

The following news items were drawn from the archives of the Mail Tribune 100 years ago

Jan. 7, 1922 continued


On Monday, January 9th, Farmers’ Week at 9 a.m. at the public library begins a splendid program for the women. In the morning Miss Esther Cooley will discuss a clothing program for Jackson county, and color and line and design as applied in home dressmaking.

In the afternoon beginning at one o’clock Miss Cooley will lead the discussion on buying problems in clothing and textiles. For the afternoon’s discussion Mrs. H. T. Elmore of “The Boot Shop” of Ashland has been procured and will take up the proper fitting of shoes and points for the purchaser to consider in buying. This part of the program will be from 1 to 2 p.m. Then J. C. Mann, of Mann’s Dry Goods, will discuss the selection of yard goods and ready to wear, from 2 to 3 p.m. From 3 to 4 p.m., R. L. Deuel of the Deuel’s store will talk on gloves, knit goods and hosiery.

This is going to be a big day and every woman is urged to ask questions and make this day a valuable one to her. Miss Esther Cooley, state clothing specialist of O. A. C., will be on hand to preside throughout Monday’s work.

The South Methodist church ladies will conduct a nursery for all children at 25c. a day for each child. These will be nice comfortable rooms.


Drilling was resumed at Trigonia well Tuesday the 3rd inst. after a holiday lay-off by the drilling crew, during which time necessary repairs were made on boiler, furnace, and band-wheel.

During Tuesday night a heavy gas eruption occurred letting in water. The casing has been re-set, however, water was shut out, and drilling resumed.


The public market this morning was heavy in meats and home produced honey. Vegetables were scarce, but there was an ample supply of chickens.


It drives and controls so easy. It’s the car the ladies love to drive. The Liberty, at the Riverside Garages.

— Alissa Corman; acorman@rosebudmedia.com