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Monday. May 17, 1015
The Side Line
, You may have a little "side line,"
a business that Is Just Incidental to
your farm or business. Keep a sep
arate account for that "side line," at
The convenience of it and the sat
isfaction of knowing what It Is doing
for you are well worth while.
First National Bank
Oldest National Sank In Jackson
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL
L. M. Rhodes was a recent business
visitor to Medford.
Miss Elizabeth King visited friends
in Medford Saturday.
Everett Beeson was a Sunday even
Ing visitor from Talent.
Better meals now at the Royal
afe. New management.
Harvey Ling of Medford was a
visitor in the city Friday.
Miss Maud Putnam visited with
friends in Medford Friday.
' Remember, extraordinary dinner at
the Royal Cafe next Sunday.
D. E. Rand, a fruitman of Hood
River, arrived In the city Thursday.
Orres cleans clothes cleaner than
any cleaner that cleans clothes clean.
R. McDaniel was a Medford visitor
Friday and attended to business mat
ters. Mrs. F. G. Swedenburg visited
friends in Medfoml the last of the
E. R. Barron attended to business
matters In Medford the last of the
M. P. Schmidt was up from Med
ford Saturday attending to business
Mrs. and Miss Reeve of Treka, Cal
were visitors in the city Friday and
Frank Ray of Medford motored up
Wednesday to attend to business
Grants Pass has been chosen for
the 1916 meeting of the Oregon State
Architect Clark of Medford was in
the city Saturday attending to bus!
Learn to fox trot at the Episcopal
narlsh house Wednesday night, 8
Ike Fridiger of Medford was up
Thursday evening and attended th
Learn to fox trot at the Episcopal
tiarlsh house Wednesday night, 8
o'clock. " It
William Glenn was a recent busi
ness visitor to our neighboring city
You can afford to pay $18 for the
Buits that Orres offers all this week
at his tailor shop. Values up to $30.
Sael closes Saturday night.
Mrs. George Hackett of Gold Hill
returned to her home In that city the
first of last week after a several days'
visit with friends here.
Mrs. II. G. Eastman returned from
Modesto, Cal., Sunday. She has been
on an extended visit with friends and
Telatlves in that city.
You will be sorry if you miss the
big reduction Bale on men's niade-to
order suits at Orres' tailoc' shop all
this week. 700 woolens (all wool)
at $18. Big reductions on all other
J. S. MacMurray came up from
Grants Pass Friday and stayed In the
city over Sunday.
Miss Pina Benedict, who-has been
teaching near Springfield, expects to
be home next week.
Learn to fox trot at the Episcopal
parish house Wednesday night, 8
o'clock. v It
F. M. Calkins spent part of last
week In Medford attending to busi
Dr. W. 'E. Blake is back In his of
fices and ready for business after a
several days' absence.
H. G. Smith""and wife of Portland
arrived Friday for a few days' visit
with friends in the city.
Attorney W. J. Moore is in Port
land attending to business matters
and will return Wednesday,
E. W. Barth of Columbus,' Ohio,
renewed the acquaintance of old
friends In the city last week.
H. D. Smith and wife, tourists
from Endicott, Wash., stopped over
Thursday night in the city.
Mrs. T. A. Hayes returned to her
home in Portland Friday after spend
ing the week with friends here.
Herman Mattern left the first of
last week for the Taylor mine on
Russian creek in Siskiyou county.
Andrew McGee returned Sunday
evening from Gazelle, where he has
been looking after mining interests.
Abbott & McDaniel moved their
tailoring shop from the Enders block
to a location on Oak-street Saturday.
John Loomis and family of New
port, Ore., moved into the Kofeldt
property on Granite street last week.
Miss Lucile Barber was over from
her school near Buncom and spent
the week-end with her parents in the
Ike Fridiger and Harvey Ling were
among the Medford young men who
All outstanding cou
pons must be redeem
ed by May 21st.
Choice of a lot of halt
' doz. spring coats $4.95
Another lot at. . $9.75
C dillG Splendid values this season in 10-in. crepe-
and in fancy silks, 23 to 2G-inch at 75c and 89c, and
35 to 40-inch width at $1.25 to $2.00. We offer 32-in
imported pongte at 00c.
Wool Dress Goods Ci7 wool
w ' , Suiting?, 1.2o, 1.75,
$2.00. Palm Beach cloth, 56-inch wide $1.50 a yard.
Other fahrics include French Serges, epingle, etc.
tTVftitniri f?nAfl2 Printed or plain voile, flaxon
lJUUli uuuua anj rice coth have Ueu very
strong sellers and our line 'includes a very compre
hensive showinc of the cloths that are most wanted at
15o to ouc per yard. j
Choice oi any suit in the
house this week
A new shipment of the very popular stripe tub silks,
with the strictly proper short sleeves for summer $2.50
rn .t 1 -f in coll of 50 inpliirirt an imirnt'!rm nf tlm
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7. tub silks and a white crepe with a silk stripe.
The France waists in voiles and crepe-de-chine range in
price from $1.75 to $5.00.
Niagara Maid Silk Gloves
Kayser Leatherette Gloves
50c, tiOc, and fl.Ol).
Kavser ami Niagara silk hose
f 1.00 'and f 1.50.
Niagara silk vests and com
Kayser lisle vests and com
Mrs. J. S. Carson, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. George Cal
houn, in Grants Pass, returned to
her home in this city Friday.
Several of the younger contingent
from here went to Gold Hill Saturday
spent Sunday evening visiting in Ash- evening and enjoyed the "Roaring
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celebration put on in that
TIip United States survey gang
which started work on a survey of
the boundary line between California
and Oregon lest year is at work
again with a crew, of eleven men.
Parts of the old survey have been in
dispute for a great many years. The
survey started from the ocean and it
will take all summer to complete the
candidate for the state game warden
V. W. Ussher of the local tele
phone company spent Friday after
noon in Medford attending to busi
June will soon be here. It Is time
to think about that wedding suit and
think of Orres' tailor shop, where you
have a fit.
Fred Schilling, a prominent busi
ness man of Orland, Cal., transacted
business and visited friends in the
Mrs. Peil has received word from
Morey Appiegate of his safe return
from San Bias to San Francisco,
where he now Is.
Mrs. A. Gowland leCt Saturday for
Santa Barbara, where she will spend
several months with her daughter,
Mrs. C. F. Easter.
C. Parker and wife of Chicago
were in town Friday, Mr. Parker at
tending to business matters and his
wife visiting friends.
E. D. Briggs went to Medford Sat
urday, where he attended to legal
matters. From Medford he went on
to Portland Sunday.
I knew you would get stung In or
derine a suit from a stranger. See
W BANK 8
jO FASH LAN Pfl
the Jackson County Fair Association
have combined in planning a monster
Fourth of Julv celebration for our
A team belonging to Mr. Andrews
ran away Saturday afternoon, start
ing in front of the First National
Rank. Althouch the streets were
crowded no serious damage was done.
Scott Valley Advance: P. Percy
Grisez of Ashland. Ore., who drives
the big Stanley steamer on the Ash-
land-Medford line, spent several days
last week in Etna on a visit to his
A fishing narty consisting of
Messrs. Provost and Hughes ana
Domina Provost and Edwin Mowat
spent Sunday on Wagner creek and
Rear creek, returning with a fair-
E. R. Greive has collected a num
ber of old firearms from various per
sons around town and has them on
exhibition in his show window. Some
of the ancient rifles and revolvers are
dangerous looking weapons.
Jack Mattern, who is in Ashland
recuperating from an attack of pneu
monia contracted at the Salmon
River Mines in Siskiyou county, is
steadily improving and is able to be
about on the streets.
The robbers who dynamited the
safe in a Canyonville store and fled
before they had a chance to rifle the
cash drawer used a tremendous
amount of nitroglycerine. The ex
plosion blew the front of the store
out and a hole through the roof. No
trace has been found of the robbers.
The job is attributed to amateurs or
There are no new developments in
the Rogue River Hank robbery of. a
month ago, according to the sheriff's
office. The investigation of the crime
is entirely in the hands of the Pin
kerton Detective Agency, and they
are working independent of the local
authorities. As far as anybody
knows none of the IMnkertons have
been on the ground.
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News From the Front
Follow the crowd to the Big Reduction Sale at Enders.
Tremendous reductions in all four departments. There is
something doing every minute.
Men's Suits Reduced
Regular $25.00 values.,
Regular $22.50 values.
Regular $20.00 values.
Regular $18.00 values.
Regular $16.50 values.
Regular $15.00 values ,
Regular $13.50 values
Regular $12.50 values.
Regular $10.00 values, . . . .
AH lllue Serges 10'( discount.
For the People
It Is live earnest aim and
endeavor of The Citizens
Hank of Ashland to make
every banking transaction
It is a bank which is
well equipped or K001
Checking account are
cordiully invited. v
what you can get for $18 this week
at Orres' tailor shop.
Mrs. Fred M. Carter Is visiting with
Mrs. D. R. Mills and will return to
her home In Eugene tomorrow. Her
daughter Alice is with her.
Frank and Kalter Wintizki of
Wanson, Wis., were tourists who
spent the week-end looking over the
city and surrounding country.
My suits cost less, wear better, feel
better, look better than hand-me-downs.
Special price this week,, $18.
Values up to $30. Why not?
Mrs. Ella Mills, who was called to
San Francisco last week by the Illness
of her mother, Mrs. Barclay, reports
her to be in an Improved condition.
Miss Ruth Turner spent the week
end in the city with her parents, re-
turnine Sunday evening to resume
her duties in the Gold Hill schools.
The White Pelican Hotel, Klam
ath Falls, opened Saturday for the
summer season. The palatial hostel
ry has been closed during the. winter
Found The best blue serge In the
United States, tailored to your meas
ure for $18 at the special reduction
sale all this week at Orrea' tailor
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Free
man, a ten-pouna ooy. ine young
ster arrived this morning and as a
result Papa Bert is walking on air
around the postoftlce.
Mrs. Shirley Keene announes the
onenlng of a studio for teaching
standard, lastest ballroom and aes
thetic dancing In the Episcopal parish
house located on Second srreet, near
Main. Private lessons will be given
also class nights may be arranged
Open class with social session follow
Ing will be held one night a week
Spa Monday's Daoer. Phone 268-J
P. O. Box 261, Ashland, Ore. It
Perry Ashcraft and Avery Trask
returned Thursday from Portland,
driving up In a Chalmers. They re
port the roads as being In good shape
althouch a trifle slippery owing to
Rev. II. A. Carnahan went to
Grants Pass Sunday, where he ap
peared In the pulpit of the Congrega
tional church. Rev. V. D. Vater of
the Pass occupied Dr. Carnahan's
Thie orchardists of the valley have
started thinning. The crop on the
apple trees while not too heavy is as
usual bunched, and In order to obtain
choice fruit it will be necessary to
thin rather heavy.
Grants Pass Is planning for a mon
ster celebration to conrhiemorate the
commencement of operations on the
coaBt railroad by Twohy Bros. The
event will take place upon the return
of the Twohys from an eastern trip.
We must move all our buildings at
the mill. There is a great amount of
timber and lumber In the mill build
ing. Any one expecting to build a
barn or any building of any size will
do well to see us about this lumber.
We will sell the building as it stands
or torn down, at a bargain. Carson-
Fowler Lumber Co. 102-2t
Regular 10c hose, now 7c
Regular 35c silk hose, now 25c
Men's 10c handkerchiefs, now 3 for 20c
A Last Farewell Price
On every Ladies' Suit and Coat, beau
tiful styles. All the late shades and colors.
Regular $25.00 values.
Regular $22.50 values.
Regular $20.00 values.
Regular $18.00 values.
Regular $15.00 values.
Real Coat Values
$22.50 values, now $14.95
$10.50, $15.00 and $14.00 val., now. $11.35
$13.50 niid $12.00 coats, now $ 9.85
$1 1.00 and $9.00 coats, now $ 7.95
Middy Blouses ail reduced.
Jersey Top Petticoats all reducee.
Beautiful Waists Reduced
One lot white tailored waists, regular 75c values 29c
One lot assorted voiles our regular !5c values -. :. . . 68c
One lot assorted voiles, our regular $1.25 values . . . 98c
One lot fine embroidered waists, our reg. $1.50 to $1.!)5 values 98c
One lot hand embroidered waists, our reg. $4.50 to $0.50 values $2.98
One lot silks and silk crepe waists, our regular $2.!S values, t . . .$1.89
One lot beautiful silks, our regular $4.95 values $2.95
One lot beautifulJap silks, our regular $1.75 values $1.24
Dozens of beauties to choose from.
I ASHLAND. OREGON
I Finest procram ever
X given on the Coabt, in
X eluding Prof. Larimore.
Big Reductions in Oxfords and Shoes
Ladies' patent "Panama" pumps, $4.00
Ladles' patent "Charmante" pumps.
$4.00 values $:.00
Ladles' patent & button turn sole pumps,
$3.50 values $:1.13
Ladies' sneakers', black or tan, Ox.,
Ladles' dull kid spool heel pumps, $4.00
All patent or gunmetal Baby Dolls,
$3.00 values -'
All patent or kid Baby Dolls, $3.60 val-
- ues $:!.15
All military lace shoes, $5 al. . . .$4.50
Ladles' patent button fawn top, $4.50
Men's tan Knglixh Ox.. $4.50 val. .$1.05
Men'B tan English Ox., $3.50 val. .$:.1S
Men's black button Ox., $3.50 val.$:M5
Dr. A. Reed Cushion Sole shoes (the
original), regular $5.50 val. . .$.0.1
Men's tan lace shoes, $3.50 val. . .$3.00
Men's tan English Duflox Boles, $5.00
Men's black English DuNex soles, $5.00
values i . . . . .$1.50
Men's tan English rubber soles, $3.60
1 Big Lot Ladles' Pumps andJOxfords $3.00 to $4.00 values? 75c
Big values all over the house. II will pay you to Investigate them.
Redeem your premium checks before Saturday.
I. G. Elites & Soil
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