A Static Display for next week's celebration: Fun work project, drawing from Oregon cartoon history. Salem, Oregon cartoonist Murray Wade's impression of the ten legislators who crafted House Bill 226, establishing the Oregon Office of State Fire Marshal, and the Governor who signed the bill into law. 100 years ago! From "40 Days in Salem," 1917 by The Capitol Journal.
The Indians stated that they had often expostulated with Miller and the only reply they got from him, was, if they did not keep quiet, he would drive them off, and that Miller in consequence of their dissatisfaction and fault finding, sent to Crescent City, and raised a party of desperate Indian Killers.