The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898, July 24, 1895, Page 3, Image 3

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— Roliert Taylor returned from Port­
land Sunday.
— Mrs. S. A. Sackett left for Portland
Monday evening.
— R. P. Neil went to Grant's P ush on
business, Monday.
— Nf ¿ km Angie Mullen returned to Med­
ford Monday evening.
— Herbert and Clay Cole, of Colvatine,
were in town ThunMhiv.
Medicines and
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You can always depend on true value
for • vour monev.
— Arthur High left on Saturday eve­
nings train for Douglas Conn’y.
Al I
Persons who will clip thiscou-
AA L. L» ¡»on from thueoliimns of T he
A shland A dvertiser and semi it with
their order to Smiths’ Cash Store, 414 to
41s Front street, San Francisco, Cal.,
will receive premiums a* follows, on $1
to $10: A child's l»ook, Dolly Dimple
Series. Ordering $10 to $25: One year’s
subscription, free, to any of the follow ing
— Mr». L. E. Rentier went to Myrtle
Point on Monday evening’s train.
— Miss Joi«< Nunan returned to Jack­
sonville , Saturday evening.
— Mina Mabie Jones returned to her
home in Medford, Saturday.
— Miss Edith Van Dvke returned to
Medford on Saturday evening’s train.
—James Strwart, of Medford, was in
Ashland last Wednesday ami Thursday.
—Walt Williams returned to hi«« home
in Jacksonville on Saturday evening’s
— Mrs. E. B. Smith went to IMuglas
County, Saturday evening, to visit h< r
• laughters.
G. Y. Heaton returned home, yrs-
terday, from Brownsville, where he has
l»eeii visiting for several weeks.
Ella and Die Cook, of Jacksonville,
relatives of C. K. Klum, returned to
their home Monday evening.
— Miss Rosa Dickvson, sister of Mrs.
R. F. High, return«*«! to her home in
Helena, Montana, Saturday.
— Miss Margan t Godfrey left for her
home in Merlin last Friday evening,
after a visit of ten «lays in Ashland.
— Mrs. T. J. Dunn, of Chi«*«».Cal., who
lias been visiting in Ashland for some
time, went t«»Jacks«mville last Saturday,
tn remain als»ut a week.
—George Mas«*ott ami Albert McKin­
ley came over from the Patterson mine
Monday evening. They passed on to
Dallas Tuesday evening.
— Mrs. Walter Bevl»er went U> Rose­
burg Saturday, aftyr two week’s visit in
kshland. She will go from R-»sc burg to
her home in Junction Citv.
''«•altered See«ls, Philadelphia, Pa.
On hard and Farm, San Francisco, Cal.
Hom«- Magazine. Washington. D. C.
Farm Jaui nal, Philadelphia, Fa.
Only one coupon honore«l with each
order. Sugar purchase* not included in
the a love offer.
Book* from our 25 cent list mav l>e
chosen in place of papers
if preferred .
seif at the household ami elsewhere if
there is anv
• activity
• in the locality.
Keep your business or affairs alive ami
make them move. Cash is the right
thing. Do not let any one get voue name
dow n as a debtor. Be free ami indepen­
dent to purchase where ami what you
please. If you have not the capital to
run the ranch ortho business, get it on
the In-si terms possible ami pay for it at
current rat« * but do not pay two prices
for goods for the sake of a few weeks
credit. That is your trouble to-day.
Economy is wealth. Our clothing for
Sunday ami everyday use is well made
a»ni of go si material. It is sold at the
right price. Sunday suits at $5.00 up.
Semi for our full list of
Cash Store
4 It’» to 41S Front St.. San Francisco.
Sample free. Address
News Letter, Hasbrouck Heights, N. J.