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- ABiilAKD DAL I
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Hava a tit at Oni Tailor. 6Jtf
. Mr. Lillian Zundel ha bn grant
94 a. dear of divorce from ber hus
band, Weldou Zundel.
, P. P. Cheever bai returned from a
tacatlon spent In Elkton, Ort. His
vita, who. accompanied him, will re
main there tome time longer.
Charles Gillette has lately remod
led and painted his residence at the
corner of High and Church streets.
Mrs. W. L. Melllnger and children
Vaxon and Margaret, will leave this
renlng for their new home In Ogden,
,.. Mrs.' Daniel Baron moved yester
day from Avery street to a bouse she
owns on Mechanic street, which she
J will occupy as her future home.
V Axel Hall is repairing and remodel
ing a house on Laurel street which
he recently purchased, and will make
that his future dwelling place.
Will Myer . of the fire depart
ment is taking a 16-day furlough
from his duties.
. Dr. W. E. Blake and family have
returned from a six weeks' vacation
trip spent In Portland and vicinity.
' The Island boat in Ashland creek
below the free auto-camp has a lux
urious growth of ferns over it at
present, and is a thing of beauty.
Mrs. W. R. Parkbtll and two chil
dren, accompanied by Misses Flora
' and Laura ProvoBt, left yesterday for
Berkeley, Calif., where they will live
;' . W. Hunter, who has been en
gaged this summer as superintend
ent of the Ellison-White Chautauqua
bureau, is home and will spend a few
weeks' vacation with his family here.
Mrs. Laura Parmer has returned
from San Francisco where she had
been visiting her daughter, Alta, who
Is attending a school of dramatic art
in that city.
"A. Klemmer of Redding, Calif.,
father of Mrs. 0. H. Ketchum of thU
city, was injured last week when his
automobile ran into a truck at Wil
lows where be was visiting a nephew.
Mr. Klemmer had a rib cracked and
bis knee cap Injured.
Mrs. Ida T. Ward, daughter Corrine
pd son Stanley, of Oakland, Calif.,
arrived yesterday in Ashland by au
tomobile to visit the former's mother,
Mrs. S. A. Kentner, on Factory street.
They report extremely rough roads
over the mountain.
Mrs. Kenneth Miner, who has been
taking an extended visit at the home
of ber father, P. Provost, left yea
terday for her home in Bend.
Viola Provost left Monday for Med-
ford where she will enter the con
Tent school there for the coming
Mr. and Mrs. McGregor of Sacra
mento have been recent guests of
their daughter, Mrs. 0. W. Long of
Eighth street. They drove up here
In their car and made a trip to Crater
Lake, accompanied by Mrs. Long.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Casein of Ga
telle, Calif., are guests of the M. F.
Harris family on the Boulevard
Mrs. Ella Cowley of Klamath FalU
Is an Ashland visitor for a time. She
has coma here for the benefit of her
health and is taking treatment from
a local physician.
' The visit of Mrs. Alberta MacMur
phey, worthy grand matron of the
O. E. 8. of Oregon will take place
Saturday evening, September IS
Members of the Eastern Star please
I UraoM for CHI-CHEVTXX I
laAkuMD bkANO PILLS la Kkd and
sk SHuu ftom. mien wit H
UMOa. Till DO CTIII. KaraT T
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rmn nwttnA u am,affM, Alwan Rtliabls,
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Corner by the Park.
I waat to close out on Cream Sep
. .Have two left over from before the
war price, and will sell them ac
cordingly. Bom are 450 lb. capacity.
- New and used Sewing Machines
Of moat any make for sale or rent,
- We have hundreds of used Sow-
inc Machine that we have taken In
trade for mew White machines, and
some ol them is aa eooa as new. ui
be sold for a small price.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME
If yo can afford t pay rent yon
earn afford to build your own home.
. Whf ; throw, yonry money away In
rent? W will gladly offer sugges
tions nd quote prices without obli
gation, to buy.
Ashland Lumber. Co.
Miss Frances Conrad of Carter Is
a guest of ber aunt, Mrs. 0. W. Long.
Otto Miller and little son Barney
left last evening for San Francisco.
. Mrs. J. J. Chambers and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Tullls of Mllford, Utah,
returned last night from a ten days'
outing at Buck Lake. , Mr. and Mrs.
Tullls will leave in a few days for
the north where they will visit In
Portland, Seattle, Butte City, Mont.,
and Salt Lake City before returning
to their home.
Sid Carter, accompanied by Her
man and George Trott, left bright and
early Monday morning on a bunting
trip to the Shorty Hope mines on
Wagner creek where they were
camped over nlgbt. The hoys were
much elated over the opportunity ot
hunting for really deer, and stated
that if tbey did not get a chance to
bring borne venison tbey would bring
home the bacon.
Mr. and Mrs. Hilty, daughter, Miss
Lillian, and Master Elwood Francis,
returned last night from a six-weeks'
stay at Santa Cms. While at the
coast tbey saw the Pacific fleet ar
rive, and boarded the. New Mexico.
Admiral Rodman's flagship. Another
most attractive sight at that time was
the wireless and searchlight display.
While they enjoyed their visit to the
utmost, Ashland never looked so good
to them as it did on their return,
WHAT BTtM'KH SHOW WO
INTRKASK rX)R THK WKKK
PORTLAND. Sept. 1. The U. 8.
Oruln Corporation has Just lue!
a bulletin showing the wheat re
celpts from farms for the week
ending August 15 to be 42.349,000
bushels, as against 30.093,000
bushels for the same week a year
ago. Wheat receipts from furms
June 27 to August 15. 245,726,000
bushels, against 213,751,000 bush
els for same period previous year.
Total stocks of wheat, all eleva
tors and mills, 154,271,000 bushels,
sgulnst 125,292,000 bushels for
same week a year ago.'
Change. . tor week. 23,998,000
bushels increase, while one year
ago it was but 15,577,000 bushels.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED TO RENT Five or six
room furnished or unfurnished cot
tage for mnn, wife and child con
nected with Ashland schools. Tel.
Constipation upaeta the entire
system causing seltyous Illness to
the human family. Don't worry
Hblllster'a Rocky Mountain Tea will
drive out constipation regulate the
bowels, ton thle ejtomactn purify,
cleanse. Without fall give it a thoro
trial. 3 Go.
POLEY'S DRUG STORE.
Ashland Citizens Testify for the
A truthful statement or an Ash
land cltlten, given In his own words,
should convince the most skeptical
about the merits of 'Doan' Kidney
PIUb. If you suffer from backache,
nervousness, sleeplessness, urinary
disorders or any form of kidney ills,
use a tested kidney medicine.
An Ashland citizen tells of Doan s
Could you demand more convinc
ing proof of merit?
Allen Davis, 137 First St., says:
"Sometime ago I had a bad attack ol
kidney and bladder trouble. It came
on so suddenly I thought I was done
for. My back ached and the kidney
secretions were so painful In pas
sage I could hardly stand the misery.
I finally began using Doan s Kidney
Pills and they proved a godsend to
me. They corrected the trouble
and restored me to my UBual good
Price 60c, at all dealers.- Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan a Kidney Pills the same tnat
Mr. Davis had. Foster-Mllburn Co.
Mfgrs.. Buffalo, N. Y.
OF ASH LAND
At upon that impulse to
eav and bar funds
readily available for any
emergency,. An account
with . The Cltlsens Bank
of Ashland Is the very
V7ou" deposits J
FLOl'R, I KED, SEEDS
The Best That Can Be Had On the
My Name Is Dennis
858 East Main.
DAN CONNER, Proprietor.
Headquarters for Commercial Men
European Plan. Excellent Grill.
Two Blocks from Lltblu Park.
Ashland Iron Works
Office and Works No. 24S Helman
St.. Ashland, Ore.
Manufacturing KiiKlncem, General
We manufacture Paving Plant
Enuiiimont. Sawmill. Mining and
Ship Muchinory, Steam and (la En
gines, Boiler and Heavy Stool
Work; Grey Iron, Suml-Steel, Brass
and Bronte Castings of every kind.
Having thoroughly equipped our
plant for the manufacture and re
nal r ii f heuvv and nil classes of ma
chine and foundry work, we bollcit
your orders and Inquiries. KtUlniiites
and quotations furnished on applica
tion. Beaver Realty Co. I
THE POPt'LAR REALTY CO.
til E. Main St.. Phono 68
"A man can borrow mortev on
what he puta into a home. He can't
on what he pay out for rent."
"I want to very wage-worker
own bl own home."
W. a Wilson, U. S. Scc'y of Labor.
W have several choice homes as
well aa bargains in acreage. Some
can be sold o small payments ana
Staple and Fancy Groceries .
Hardware and Sporting Goods
215 Fourth St. '
Dependable Quality-Reasonable Prices
-Make every dollar count!. Buy
your Groceries at this store and get
the utmost value lor your money. -
Ashland Trading Co.
Free Delivery Phone 122
IfifE are showing the best line of
RUGS to be found in Southern
Oregon. These RUdSwere bought:
when prices were lower than now,
and We will share this advantage
in our purchase with pur customers.,
RUGS are hard to obtain. Call and
see us while the stock is full.
J. P. BODGEi & SOWS
, i . .. ,
Complete House Furnishers V
Bottles For Su'rrjmer
Pic Nics '
Keeps Food or Drink i hot or
cold when, where and as
you like it.
First Class Baking Product and I
BON TON BAKERY
' ' " '.. AND . ' 1
Corner Fourth and A Street Across
' i From the Depot.
Cood . Old Fushioned Cooking,
combined with service. Short or
ders and good dinners. We are here
and we want to stay. It We please
you tell others, it we do not tell us.
Phone 23 H
jnanprmnuiniJr mj mi ikdi udi ikj a
LAST TIME TODAY
Comedy "LOUISIANA" , Weekly
"LOUISIANA'? is different. The "city feller", turn's
out good in this story, while the' country boy is th
villian." You'll enjoy seeing the tables turned. Cornel
Wednesday OMIN G -Thursday
"Bill Henry "
His Very Latest Picture . ( ,
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SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
ONE should take the same precau
tions tor the safety ot his valuable
papers, as he does tor that ot bis
money. You BANK your ' money
here-T-so why not rent one ot our
Safe Deposit Boxes tor those Deeds,
Notes, Bonds,' Mortgages, eto.T
Complete and convenient in every
department. r ,
rnmsa " ' Szwr
Hats and Gaps
In all the new shapes
and colors. A large as
sortment to choose
SEE US FOR
Shirts and Neckwear
And the Very Best Union Salts
! ay the
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
put tip in two'.tyles ,' 'l a','K';"K,'
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
1 W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco '
; HUMPHREY3 &
Ashland Butte" Flour, Feed and Cereals
1 Dealers in Grain
yho Bank, wM
tht Chw Clock
JWM COY. CAMiia
I CLARIS BUifLA Jil CAM
, .'. . i r i .
r Y ' '' 1 '
Wise tobacco chewers long j .
since gotover the big-chew .
idea. A little chew of thia
real quality tobacco gives ,,
them better satis faction- , ,
and they find their chew
ing costs even less. - i
: With this class of tobacco,'
you don't need a fresh
chew so often and you find ,
you're saving part of your. ;
tobacco money. V .'-t
GAS AWAY, Props,
and Poultry Foods ,
AS kind ot Building Material