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iVIiU, pUtaber 19, 1010
free Concert By
In LHh'ia Park
'" Tomorrow night at 7:10 In Lithla
I park Ashland lovers ot music . and
otbors who can aland mualo and love
ragtime, will bava an opportunity ot
hearing on ot the best banda on tha
Pacific count. Totnmaslno's famous
San Diego Exposition Band, which la
(" bound from tha California Stata Fair
at Sacramento to Salem tor the Or
' egon State Fair and and later on to
'the Western Washington ' Fair, will
. atop off for 'Saturday night In Aah
; land In order to break the long Jump
t and fill a day which they would bth
. erwlae havt to apend loafing around
Salem. Incidentally the Ashland
Commercial club and the band are
going fifty-fifty on the proceeds ot
an artistic souvenir program which
la being. printed and which 'will be
loi at the concert. No price la aet
' on the program and none haa to bay
one. However, everybody should
bring along from ten cents to a dol
lar and kick through like a good fel
low. The club haa some good uses
for extra moufey and the band baa
.; After the concert the band will
play for a big dance at the Nata
torlum. Dance lovers can't afford
' to miss It i
Every member of the band. la a
member of the A. F. of M., which la '
to a musician what the Brotherhood
is to the railroad man. Incidentally
It guarantees that the musician la a
top-notcber. He haa to be In order to
hold a nnion card. Several of the
aololata with thla band were former
ly soloists with Creatore, Ferullo and
the Banda Roaaa. r
Director Tommaslno la ranked
as one of the greatest directors of
the. wprld and baa won an enviable
reputation throughout the United
States to which be came a few years
to.. . , . . .
, i Mayor C. Bl Lamkin la In receipt
;' of a copy of the Denlson, Iowa, Bui
. letin, containing a fine wrlteup of
1 the visit to Oregon made last month ,
oj me national &auonai association.
; In apeaking ot the trip to Southern j
' Oregon the writer, a. L. Caswell,
V,' told how the cities of Medford, Ash
,'; land and Grants Pass undertook the
' gigantic task ot transporting 216
" newspaper people across tha rugged
. , bills , and mountains, through Ira-
'mense woods to Crater Lake, a dls
. tance of 81 miles,' with meals' and
r lodging at the lake. Ten thousand
,'- dollars would ' not mora than pay
tor this part of the trip, Mr. Caswell
' atated, and that the people of Med'
' 'ford, Ashland and Grants Pass' have
i'v the hearty thanks and kindest re
l membrances ot this crowd goea'with-
out saying. Not an accident of serl
.'.ious moment occurred to mar the
. trip, while numerous sights between
the start and finish ot the trip at-
, forded more knowledge and addl
h tlonal wonderment tor all.
i.-y In apeaking ot Ashland'a enter
V Jtalnment of the editors Mr. Caswell
'jaald: . '.'.-:
' ;: . "Ashland welcomed the editorial
L ; party back from Crater Lake wttl
I ' j aupper that makea our mouthi
r , water still, aa we remember It. Th
, " most charming ladles and gentlemen
'of the business firms ot the town
; I bad made up a supper ot blackber
' j riea and other fruits, with meata and
i other substantial! that was voted by
, ', all the finest things they had had on
; ' the trip. Here among the mountains
la an Ideal place to live, with health-
. giving waters bubbling from the
'; mountains and the natural resources
. ' so improved and beautified aa to de-
';. light the eye and attract the amagl-
aatlon. We advise a atop In thla part
' . ot Oregon by anybody who can at-.
ford the time. It Is one of nature's
I ' Paradise places, and the climate is
' ; aald to be Ideal, aa la that of all
. western Oregon."
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of l (loaKB. Put s Uuit
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wmUrproufs thtm, sad aukos
tbtm M toniM.
Gm a eu toiMf-tni for ail
fctods of saost.
' ' V Theo. Beramann Bhoe 19
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: u t " ' "J ar.a erwtina
" kf otuy Wan tmas twnt,
Slgnor Tommaslno la a musician
ot great skill aafl baa etudled under
the world's greatest masters In Eu
rope, such aa Chevalier Costantlno
Ootil and Professor Vllsse Trovatl.
He haa played many Important en
gagements alnce coming to the Unit
ed States, and In a remarkably short
time he baa made for himself an en
viable standing In the musical world
of America, and In consequence be
haa. won a boat rt friends and' fol
lowers by reaaon of bla artistic
merit. It la as a program builder aa
a director that Slgnor Tommaslno
baa won. such aubstantial measue
ot success, and it la his Intention to
give the music-loving patrons of hit
band an opportunity ot enjoying his
terpretation of the highest type of
muste by the old masters as well at
cuniposmuns uy luo uiuuern . cum-
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Have a fit at Orrea Tallorl
Cliff Payne makea apple presses. yard In the Willamette valley, died
11-1 in South Bottom Tuesday. She was
' 61 yeara old. . . .' , -j, 4
J. H. McGee ta ' remodeling his , Mrs. "Simon was" bora in Illinois
store on E. Main atreet and putting In land crossed the. plains In ISM; to
some convenient Improvements. He 'eating first at Boise, Idaho, and later
will use 'the room formerly' occn-' coming to Salem with r hei1, father,
pled by Miss Hargrove's mllllrieryj The latter conducted one of tha early
store for hla suit and coat room,
thereby expanding that department
and enlarging hla facilities.
W. Johnson brought Into Mayoi
Lamkln'a office yesterday a basket
of the most luscious looking fruit
from the orchard of hla brother, Al
bert Johnson, on Walnut atreet. Tbli
display waa placed In the Window
where It temple all paaaersby, and
makea strangers want to aettle Im
mediately In Ashland. The fruit
consists ot several fine varieties of
tpples, pears and grapes, and la a
truly tempting sight.'
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R. L.. Morris, owner of the fine
cherry orchard on Walnut street,
left yesterday for Bend.' ,
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Three experienced waitress'
wanted at the Austin. Hotel. 9-tf
L. J. Davis and wife were buslnesi
Ashland from Talent
Mlsa Mabe) Scott of Sams Valley,
a teacher in the Rogue Rive;
school, ha. been .pending the week I
In Alhland aa a guest of Mas. Lulr;
Vaa Wegan, and attended the teach
r lnitlt-ute In session, here.
William Hulen of Portland la In
Ashland spending a few daya with
bis wife and little aon. The lattei
wilt live here during the winter ox'.
account ot the' little boy's health
Which forbids him living elsewhere
J. C. Kaegt of the Ashland Trad
log company atore, with his daugh
ter) THae and Wrs. Jean Haatlngs.
waa A Medford visitor yesterday af
ternoon. " ': " '-. . '' '
. Hemstitching, Plcotlng, 16 cents
a yard. W pay the postage. The
Vanity Hat Shop, Medford, Or. 6-tl
. '. a..' .
. WcA. Rocketellow cam In from
Portland yesterday and I a guet
of hla cousins, Mc and Mrs. C. E
Lane. , , , v i. .'
Chris Ulrlch, one of the pioneer
.resident, of Jackson eounty, wa-
up yesterday attending the pioneer
reunion held In Ctmttauqua Pioneer
. '... .' .''
Mra. I. C. Williams, who has been
under the doctor' car In WKltler.
Calif., for some time, will start tor
bar bom near Tuint Frldiy Ut-ht.
Dance ht' Talent Fridai, 8.pt. 11
Good Urn and good floor. . ' 10-lt
1 . .....,
' Dr. Win Hays is home from Cedro
Wooley, Wash.1; tor a short v?atlonl
He I engaged In a hocpltal In that
city. - ' ..-'.'
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Mrs. .1. B. Hall of Meet- rd Is In
the city, attending tho teachura' In
stitute in teaslon here,
Mrs. A. C. Owen ot Weed I. spend
ing a few daya In Ashland, looking
after business Interests.
.' , . ; J
Be W. A. Freeberg for watch
clock, Jewelry and spectacle repair
ing. Old price. ' -
. - , 1 .o.d.
Messrs. Robert Warner and Ulm
Rhode came in laat nlaht from Cra
ter Lake wher they had ' t 'n aind
Ing several days. They rep. tod the
roads over the mountain a u ry nlip
pery after, the rains. . .. , . .
' . "' . ; . .
Mr. and Mra. L. J. Orrea are back
from San Francisco where they had
been spending the past week. They
report a fin trip, and enjoyed their
visit to the city.
0. T. Bergner got back yesterday
from Portland where he bad been
making a business trip for several
Mia. C. M. Bomar ia back from a
three weoka' visit in Ban Francljco
pnt with, her daughter, Mrs. Mar-
vyn Flynn. ' Mrs. Bomar says she
hardly knowa Ashland since ber re
turns, there bava been so many
changes and Improvements alnce aha
)eft.J' ' . ' : '- .-'
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.Ed Anderson and wife .and Mrs.
Donna flraffue. (. Pboenli were, In
Ashland yesterday attending the pio
neer reunion.' , ,
.Mrs. Cliff Jenkins and little tlaugb
ters toft pn (4 last night for Grants
Pass for a Jew days' VjsU.
, t . . Auction Bala -
September IS, J. p. m.r at -ware
house foot of First street, furniture,
rugs, sewing machines and various
other articles to be sold for storage,
M i . ' " C. F. BATES.
OREGON STATE FAIR
Salem, September'; 11-17, Bplen
did agricultural, livestock and In
!du.trU. Mhiblt. ol4M
!m,aU( m iuperb nelug b,,r
gn(j Dett,r tbaB Ver, '
j , Ai H. LEA, 4.
Secretary, Salem, Oregon.
FIRST HOP GROWER DEAD.
' (Special to The Tidings.)
SALEM, Ore;, Sept,' It. Mrs. Isa-
i belle Simon, owner of the first hop
day hotela ot tbla city. Mr. Simon
died In 1891. !
Mrs. Simon Is survived by a daugh
ter, Mlsa Rose Simon of - Marlon
county, and a son, harles Simon
of San Francisco. ' ' : '
TOO LATH TO CLASSIFY, i
FOR RENT Alfalfa pasture for
cattle, two miles from Normal
acbool. Phone O. '-H. Orover. , ,
FOR SALE Flemish
Choice young, dressed and deliv
ered. Phone 143-J. . V. . 11-1
Do My Part
To enlarge the payroll ot Ashland
by buying home manufactured
. . ,
best and moat tor the money, at
- R. C JOROENHEX, 1rbp. '
Property on 'corner of Church and
Almond atreeta conalatlng'of lot I06x
60 ft. front; house, upper story tlam
aged by fire; good garage add-fam
ily orchard. All tor $600 If taken
within ten daya. 1 '"'''
INQUIRE 128 NOB HILL ?
Store ; i
i ' FLOUR, FEED, SEEDS
The Beat That Can B Had On the
Market. j,:.: ,
My Name Is Dennis
8S8 Eaal Maisu ' Te Md
A. Dollar Start an Account
STATE BANK OFASELm.
ifkTy PAIIILESS PUSTU fails H tan 19
CJUiCU ir mil Won it pstoa dsspi
PAT UniM CURED
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The Social Realm
Epwortii League Rally !
The regular fall rally of the Ep
worth League of th First Metho
dist' church will take place next
Sunday evening at 6:10 in the leagu
rooms ot the church. Tbla rally
marks the end of tho vacation sea
son and the beginning of renewed
activity for tha young people of the
church. A 'program of more' than
usual Interest la being plunned and a
live meeting la'assured. E. O. Smith
will be the leader ot the meeting.
The song service will be In charge
of O. H. Yeo, and Missea Wood and
Jllson will render a violin and vocul
solo respectively. The special work
of the fall and winter will be out
lined by the newly elected president
m, ,.. -..m..
RICHARD HARDING DAVIS'
J- , GREAT NOVEL OF TlIE FROZEN NORTH .
?TM Imp" starring oiSvc Tell
The most critical will be pleased with this entertainment
id Wool DressM
Bought on last spring's lowest market and just before the market
went sky-rockeUiig upward. They are cheap at these prices
$3 to $5.50
A Good Georgette
' $225 yd -
- Scsie Blouse Shop
A new lot of those famous Empire
Walsta Jnat received. These are for
those m ho want blouses of the better
kind;' Doiens of the most popular
priced ones to select from. . '
i rew rm rem rwm trm rw fTWI fpfljfl fr"(l
M iitrj kaateaaiiMiaVii sstaal Uawst Ufitt iltmillfSl atfaai Ulaaa
of the society, Mr. Willis, and his
corpa ot vice-presidents. ' '
This will be a worthwhile- meet
ing and all young people of the
church and their friends are urged
to be present.
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Entertained at Curds ' ' ; '
Mrs. Clark Bush and Mrs. Louis
Dodge entertained informally at
carda last evening at the borne of
the former on Pine street. ' The af
fair was arranged in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. W.' E. Newcombe, who will
leave Ashland In a few days for Red
ding, Calif, A small company of
their close friends was present.
Hostess For Societies ' '
Mrs. Leonard Oorthuys entertained
the' Women's Missionary Boc!dftnd
Ladles' Aid Society of the Methods
church at Talent yesterday 'afterVoon
at her home on the Pacific highway'.
: J TttC TrltATER-BEAUTIFUL . Na
BIG DOUBLE BILL
ON THE SAME PROGRAM
$2.50 to $3.75
Satin $3 yd
Fall Suits and Coats Are Here
- - I And They Surely Are Handsome ::
You who plan to leave Boon for School or you who wish- A
, to select early from the cleverest models will do well to , ,
see these new garments. The NEW FURS are Here, too. 1
Sec Them This Week
fPMl fpfl Ipfl P(l fpH fpfl P.H
aWU US IMsV iiaBU ahfiSi UsW ash
Owing to the general advance in the price of Kodak finishing
throughout tha country due to the higher cost of labor and ma
terial w have found' it necessary to advance our prlcea on this
work . accordingly. The following prlc list will tak tfct Sep
tember 16th: ' ; i
6x8 Ex. Rolls
The Camera Exchange
Tidings Wire Hews 12
IV fi rr.'i
Silk and Wool
' t I : "f '' ''" 'i "
. .16 ' Pack, .86
.06 , 1iBMi
.06 4 X6
Post Cards .06
.76 11x14 .,
10x1 1 Ex. Rolls, .16'.
O. O. ' DARLING
hrs Ahead Portland Papers
f m i n " fT
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' A lot of the moat wanted etiadra in
good quality of velvet. It U con
siderably under . the' market value
at Helper yd. ';'. '-.
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Good light shade for robes and kl
monoa and -dark shade for coate,
aklrta and outing sulfa.' -, ... -SPLENDID
QUALITY AT t.73 VD.
$2 to $20
STORE NOW, AND
C0H1E AND SEE