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Ylnosda.y, lvlirunry 4, 1020
LOCAL AND PERSONAL jj
Tho party, given by th C. L. S. C.
last Saturday in honor of Mrs.
Charles RnlHTtHon was held at Hit
liome of Mrs. 0. Winter on the
Boulevard, whoso home was beauti
fully and artistically decorated for
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Robertson
leave today for Redding, Calif., where
they will net llieir car which Mr.
Itobertson took over the mountain
gome time ago and will then drive
down to various point; in California
before finding a place in which to
torday afternoon. Tho accident is ' produce association for the pnst two
serious one and the young man will
he laid up with his injuries for some
cunnory leaches to perpetuate their j Trans-Pacific trade is about to re
grab. If passed, It would forever, ceive its first great help from the
ruin hook and line fishing In the I nited States Shipping Board. This
Rogue. information is contained In news dls-
! patches which have been received
Sam Jordan left today for SaniUBiiully in vogue, so Miss Llnebaugh A seven and one-half pound son from Washington, which stain thm
Francisco on a trip in which he will 1 takes hers-jjow, and works during: was born to Mr.. and Mrs. Milton definite plans have been made to
combine business with a vacation. the summer. She expects to be gone Fruley this morning at 11 o'clock. 1 allocate several large passenger ships
throe months. .
yeurs, is taking her "Bummer" vaca
tion at her home in Silver Lake, Ore.
Business at the fruit association is
very brisk at the time vacations are
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McOee are back
from San Francisco where they had
been spending the past two weeks.
Frank Jordan, who has the con
tract tor the new bridges on the Pa
cific highway extension south of
O. H. Barnblll is assisting the Or-
t' the Pacific trade not later than
A. H. Russell iukI daughter' next May.
Mabel left this morning for the lat-
egon Crowors' association in the or-1 tor's ranch near Grenada, Calif., to At the Commercial Club trustees
ganization of the orchardlsts of the! look over conditions preparatory to meeting Tuesday the matter of a
Rogue Itlvor valley.
1 the opening of sp lug.
Ben Shores of LaGrande. has come
Ashland, this week put a crew at; into the Hoguo River valley ,to re
work on tho Neil creek bridge near side, and has purchased a big ranch H
tlio Homes ranch. If weather eondl- out from Medford, where he expectsi 3
Hons permit Mr.Mordan will push to move his family soon. Mr. Shores: BnKtfKinHtrttRtmmittHBtlttUnnJOTUl advanced and some discussion over
the work rapidly along from now and son Claire, who Is a member of 1 SATURDAY'S NKWS ! the advisability of celebrating on
The Social Realm
Fourth of July celebration was spir
itedly discussed. Owing to the fact
that the Fourth comes on Sunday,
it is deemed that something entirely
different in the celebration line will
be necessary. Numerous Ideas were
Tomorrow, January 20, In McKin
ley day, celebrated in honor of the
birth of tlin martyred president. It!..
Is also the day on which all persons
lire supposed to wear a carnation, as
vu token of remembrance of the love
tho president always exhibited for
T. N. Humphreys and wife leave
today for Albany and other points in
tho north, where they will visit with
their sons for a week or so.
Miss Anna Hargrove left last night'
for San Francisco to attend millinery!
openings. She was accompanied by
her sister, Mrs. II. 1'. Neil. The lat-j parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1'. Hallliill.
ter may go on to Los Angeles to! Mr. Halfhill served In the navy dur
vlsit with another sister, .Mrs. I). I,, lug tho war as a wireless operator.
Glenn, who is spending the winter and for the past year Bince his dis
thero, , charge has been living in London
Ashland Post of the American Le-
glon has been authorized to establish
a women's auxiliary i:i Ashland, and
will make arrangements for the or
ganization some timo next mouth.
All wives, mothers, sisters and daugh
ters of men who are members of the
American Legion are eligible to Join
this organization, as well as those of
men who died in service, or who died
after receiving their discharge. A
large number of Ashland women arc
Mr. and Mrs. Delhart Halfhill ar
rive! in Ashland yesterday to pay
an extended visit with the former's
to the club. Whether or not it is ac-j specific purposes and discharge them'
ccpted, Ashland can look for lively! when the purpose was accomplished
doings emanating from the Commer-; rather than to burden a few standing
ciul Club in the near future. committees with all tho work:
Plans were laid for a meeting to' House. Committee F. Jordan,
consider the matter of celebrating1 II. T. Elmore, E. T. Staples.
this year. To this meeting will be Advertising and Publicity J. H.
invited representative delegations Fuller, J. H. McCee and B. R. Greer,
from every organization in the city Itoads J. J. Murphy, F. J. Shinn
and every citizen j and W. H. McN'air.
A plan for securing an arch at the The first named to act ns chairman
California-Oregon lino on the Pacific in each case.
highway was put under way. j At the conclusicn of the meeting
Auto-camp matters occupied con. ; President Ferguson thanked the di
sidorablo timo and resulted In nu ' rectors for tiie prompt and efficient
Investigation being planned with n 'manner in which they attacked their
view to maintaining the present rp-1 duties and urged maintainance ot
utatlon of the camp. ;a keen regard for the responsibilities
An opportunity to secure an ad In and obligations of thair directorship,
an outo-enmpers" manual being pre- Tho following trustees were present:
pared for free distribution to the J. II. Fuller, I). Perozzi, II. II. Gil
200,000 members of the National lotte, J. J. Murphy, A. C. Nininger,
Automobile association und allied i A. C. Briggs, Homer Elhart, F. W.
the hospital unit, was In Ashland Party 1-io.t Xiglit. Monday and Tuesday rather than
this week at the home of Rev. C. A.j ,.allk Gllisinl.r waB hostess' Fli(liy "J Saturday. One feature
Edwards, their former, pastor In I,a,(o a gmu mny o ttieutia at ner; advanced, and which will probably clubs was referred to the advertising Herrin, F. Jordan and W. F. Loomis.
tuiiub. borne on the Boulevard last evening. ue ueveiopen, was that a speaker of committee with power to act. j
. ,r t .T . , n- I Games were played and refreshments "ationnl reputation be secured for The housing problem which It is
Mrs. II. II. Leavitt returned Tucs-! . . ., n(l.lr. n s.i.. m.i i... . ,.... ... ....
served, inose present report a pieas- - " "-' j i .un..t-ui:u nm inruniie primus iu ash
day evening from San Fruncisco,
whore she went to visit her son. !
a massed band concert of nppropii
ale music und a gigantic picnic din
ner under the direction of the
Teiicui) Club to Meet,
The Teacup Club of the Methodist '1'u''t'les of the valley
Rev. J. W. Hoyt Is back from A1-; church will hold Its regular meeting
In order to secure! a concensus
bany where he hud been attending next Tuesday ufternoon, February 3, "I'liuon nu get an early-start on
the Installation of the president or at tho home of Mrs. W. H. Hodkin- im"8 a meeting with every organiza
the college, und other ceremonials : son a 91 Church street. The host- ,lon 1,1 tho city well represented will
pertaining to that event. I esses of the day, besides Mrs. Hod- 1)8 m'ld at a date to be announced
. kinson, will bo Mrs. J. R. McCrack- B()on "scl,ss the advisability and
Miss Alberta Reed has come to en, Mrs. James Lennox, Mrs. J. M. feasibility of a celebration. Every
Ashland from Gerber and will re-! Miller, Mrs. II. E. McGee and Mrs. J. Ashlandor is urged to do some heavy
main here with her parents, Mr. and II. Fuller. , 'hmklnK 011 tlle matter and be on
Mrs. Reed of the Shook apartments.! i lm,ul wllen tl,e mw,tlB" "llc-
Kntertailieil (liuiit.iuqilii Board.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fuller enter-
Neb., is a guest of Mrs. C. F. Koch-, tained the members of tho Chautau-
land this summer, was discussed and "WlVfi
while no definite action was taken If I FAIL to CUE any CANCER Of TUMOR
each director promised to think about WllllOU! Knife. P3Ifl
the problem and discuss it with his . Of f AT Ulllll LuKlII B
friends In order that an intelligent .
Mrs. Laura Antlsdel of Omaha,!
where he married an English girl; lor at the Presbyterian manse
Mrs. P. M. Grisez ir, in Montague,
qua board and their respective hus
bands and wives ut their homo on
North Main street. The evcut was
a charmingly informal one and was
hugely enjoyed by tho participants.
Troop 3 of the Boy Scouts has, last Juno. On their way home they
been organized In Ashland, and! stopped in Philadelphia to visit ith
Btarts out most propitiously. Rev.; Mrs. lialfhill's uncle, and later vis- Calif., this week visiting with her
W. E. Bean of the Christian church ited Mr. Hallhiil's sisters in UritiBh J mother who resides there.
is scoutmaster of tiie new troop, and i Columbia. I
the organiaztion is rapidly incieas-l I Mrs. J. S. Parson was a Grants
ing. Mrs. George R. Gohrke leaves to-! Pans visitor this week, a guest of
i night for Dallas where her husband 'her sister,
James Lowe, who recently came has preceded her. and will reside!
hero with his wife from Lincoln. ! there. Mr. (iorhke has purchased' Mrs- E. E. Hewitt, who has been; Creek gave a dinner in honor of it.
Neb., to make A bland his home, i a meat market In that city. ; spending the past fortnight or so in , It was a surprise to Mrs. Purves, and
January 23 was Mrs. Arminil.i
i rurvess i ihi niriuuay, aim ner son,
! R. B. Purves, und wife of Wagner
has rented the W. II. Wenner bun
galow and will live there.
Mrs. D. Perozzi and Mrs. F. S. En-
! gle were in Medford yesterday af-
Tho 120-acro tract of woodland : ternoon attending the meeting of the
belonging to Ross Kliason situated county nurses' committee wliich met
two miles from Ashland was sold 'there at that time,
recently loP. A. Cox. Mrs. S. L.
estate agency made the
Mrs. Merle Rohison returned home
Portland, returned home yesterday, was a very enjoyable affair and the
j dinner will be remembered by thoso
M. C. Llninger has been a business' present, especially (he fine cake
visitor In Grants Pass this week.
which was cut by Mrs. Purves. She
Mrs. Anna Ziglor left yesterday for
San Francisco to visit for a short
yia a pioneer and is well known by
Miss K. J. Raine and young niece, tho older residents. Thoso present
Miss Katherine Raine, aro in Ash- were: Mr. and Mrs. Hallock, cousins
land, while on their way to Portland of tho Purveses, visiting here from
j Tuesday night from San Francisco! from Santa Cruz, where they have! Oakland, Calif.; Mr. tmd Mrs. O. A.
; and Oakland whero she had been' been spending the early winter. Miss; Stearns of Ashland; Mrs. Sahra Cole
visiting for a week. On her arrival Raine is the owner of the Ashland man; .Mrs. and Miss Powers, Mr. and
her husband presented her with a ! Nutatorlum and expects to return in Mrs. W. J. flean, Mr. and Mrs. II. II.
i handsome new Hudson Super-Six the spring and open that popular re-; Goddard, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I'ur-
i speedster, which will be a source oflsol't as soon as weather permits. ves, Mr. uiwl Mrs. R. B. Purves ot
Miss Bennett, matron of the Allier-; m'uch enjoyment to Mrs. Rohison!
tina Kerr Nursery of Portland, who! during the coming summer.
hail been (.pending a vacation of sev
eral weeks in Shi Francisco, was an
W. H. McN'air and T. II. Simpson
were business visitors iu Grunts Pass Eastern SLir Party.
Word has been received in Ashland yesterday. I For genuine hospitality and the
over Sunday visitor at the home of'11'1" week from Mr. and Mrs. G. S. assurance of having a good time, give
A .M. Beaver on her return home. Rm ler, who are upending the winter j Mrs. Robert Raney of Ilornbrook the members of Alpha Chapter, East
She left Monday night for Portland, j '" Oakland, Hint they are enjoying was In Ashland tills week, where sho'ern Star an opportunity to play host
ticcnmpanied by Miss Minnie Beaver,!1' pleasant holiday vacation in the came to complete! the sale of her ess to any event. The card party
who holds a position in that; estab-' ,!;'y t-'il'' j property on Beach street to C. C. given by tills body Thursday was
1 ...1... 1 1 ...1. ' : Tl.lc Clin -., ,.wl,. tl,vr,,,r.l, nv,.a,,ti t tUa rnlo iUnnl IAH
" ' " "' II in ASI- ,,.-, ,..., nua ,.,,. ,,,., t,..,,.,,,.. . ....j ...... -l.o-tn.l .,!,,! Il,n llt ran.lrul
J. If. Bogue went out to his ancli the Beaver Realty. people of the city gathered at Ma-;, , , . , , .,
from Washington bv tho army re-
yesterday evening where he will sonic ha , where 21 tables were ar-i ... . ,. . ., . . ,
,,,,,,, , . , I . . : cruiting station at Portland before
work the rest of the week. O. F. Carson Is spending a couple: ranged for card playing, beside other; ,, , , , . .
. . . i uiiai ui laiim -'iiienis can u inauu iui
Ashland Post of the American Le
gion is planning a big event on Sun
day, February 22, Washington's
birthday. This is the date set apart
by the Legion all over the country
when the memorial certificates given
by the French government will be
presented to the next of kin ot men
who made tlio supreme sacrifice iu
the world war.
A number of Ashland young men
are sleeping "somewhere In Frunce,"
or died in the homo camps during
their mobilization. A grateful coun
try w ishes to honor these men wit Ii
a fitting memorial to be presented
to the immediate relatives who
helped In tho sacrifices by giving
ot .their best. These memorial cer
tificates will be presented to these
next of kin with fitting ceremonials
on this date.
An elehorato program fitting for
the occasion will take place here on
that date. If tho weather is favora
hlo this event will be held in the
Chautauqua building, and will be
one of the most Impressive cerefno
nies ever presented here.
The members of Ashland Post are
desirous of getting In touch with the
next of kin ot all soldiers, sailors or
marines in this district who died dur
ing the great war to whom this mem
orial certificate will be made. Any
one coming under this head is re
quested to report to Ashland Post
at once, as these lists must he
, Aw TUMOR. LUMP S.V
1 that in the :f X 'f J1'': i I
of inquiries CANCFR: it ii"v,t "W'S&W
itly and was gnrv-! i-o-P Book -t W&'5'r
effort can be made to meet it In the SooiHlha PUSTEHSyAf;
The secretary reported
past month the numbei
had increased grei
In lnri-of nn ,uv n.l II,., t , , , ' h'.t'1'A "Wn i
' " WIUTG TO SOME
greater proportion than formerly 1 ... I II V T ;. U,'T 1 1 A f.i'O 1)75 L ! PT
were not merely requests for litera- '' LUi'il WUldilil 0 LllChd I
Hire but were from people who arc' jj P-fiNGER SitR? Aff M
coming to Ashland to look over the uet.oiiMniupv.ry .'..u-sot ciilmt l'S.wrt
, , .... o rt'itiM1 m.iiiv ' in wit i tun i, i'dnM naisten
possibilities of locating and wished f,.-r ctrxl m )iH n-iiv ifilat,;i. yi-t n.il
specific 'information. Almost half . Write Jr.S. K. tliamley f.ook t pfk
of the Inquiries come from Cal i for-, 3 Greatest CaitCBf Specialist lit1!!'. P.tliiWa
ilia from whence a regular flood or . r7 suctn st. s.an Froncisco.cni
locution seekers may be expected this: PLEASE MAIL TillS tusoonWI.H CAhCM
spring, lie reported the adoption of :
a letterhead with an artistic park!
cut and much information concern-
Ing Ashland thereon; this proving of
groat help In the absence of any
Ashland literature. The lack of lit-erntiH-o,
by tho way, being a great
need of tho club which waits on pro
vision of ampler finances. The sei -retary
also reported securing public-,
ity matter iu certain publications ami
summarized Hie activities of the
Tho addition of farm anil fruit
magazines fur the benefit of ranch
ers who are making more use of the
club room, was provided for.
President Ferguson announced the
following standing committees alter
announcing that It would ho his pol
icy to appoint special committees foi
Rub Turpo, tho only Turpentine
ointment, on the forehead and tem
ples. What u relief! Try it. I
laud during the past month.
A Foven and one-half pound daugh
ter was an arrival at the hrJhie of
Mr. anil Mrs. S. A.
Pelei:!, Jr., tiii1 The election of officers for Ashland a business trip,
I of days in Grants Pass this week on amusement provided for those whoso'
; Post, American Legion,
place early in February.
Claude Millit of the Plaza confer-!
tionery store, is out today for the
first time afler a wck's illness. j
Mr. and Mrs. Vestal and family ofj
Ashland, Ohio, aru among the new-;
comers to this city. They are mule-!
ing their home iu what is known as
the Scofield house, on the north side.,
Troops 1 and 2 of the Boy Scouts
played two interesting basketball
games at the Armory last Saturday
night. These were the result of thej
challenge sent out by Troop 2, and!
were hotly contested nil the way
through. Troop 1, however, had the.
j bent lies ill different channels. At
the summing up of the score after
the distribution of these memorials.
The board of tiustees of the Ash
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Willrout and playing ceased it was found that high iam commercial Club held their first
baby are coining to Ashland tomor- scorn fell to Dr. Bertha Sawver. who .,wi.r f inon tu,i., ,uin.
A. J. Davis, the Ashland attornev' i .i. : , i . ..
niw iu hjihiui me itaj wiiii .tys. wo-' was uwaiueu msi niu.v a pn.e, ami Hn(j with a vigor which presages
who left here iu the f. 11, has located (. ..h- m n i. r:,- ir v ii. fi.. nri ' ..... .... ., ' .. ,
........... ....... . . , ,.iv,7 ,, ,. o , m. ,r ,. ir itrconio iHiinienis ins
Hisses Manney and Bay rendered : yeaPi attended to tho routine grist
jviossrs. Jinggs & Hi'lggs, Asli- several vocal solos, accompanied uy,nf matters und started thrf-wlieels
rolling on several important pro
mt TUBPfMTINI CMMTMIMT
Ask for freo sample.
roi-KVS IIRKJ STORK
Ir llfiil. i I
HOW TO lll.lMIWTH
RAINY 1.V TltOl lil.KS
It has been tried, .tested
and proven that tho best
way to eliminate rainy
day troubles is to haul a
fund at The Citizens
Bank of A s h 1 a n d to
which prompt, weekly de
posits are lidded. Ii you
do this, you will be well
prepared for emergencies
ready for any lime
when cash is n cede d
Is hull, m!
in San Diego, where ho is practicing.
land attorneys, aro in Jacksonville Mrs. Oarrln Fleniinir. Delicious re-
n. . rucnaiuson, a lormer wen today on business. freshments were served before ad
known resident of Ashland, who left
this city about five years ago, Is malt
ing a nne recoru lor nnnseu in Sam. .Home Day" at its morning service
Diego, where he is a practicing at-iAt this hollr erfort wnl . ,.
, Tomorrow the local Methodisfi jotirnnient.
I Episcopal church will celebrate
Jects. Chief among these is a tlnan
clnl organization along revolutionary
lines involving a strong campaign
to arouse the public sense of civic
Officers Installed -
The following are the new officers ' lniv in mnL-o n,o ,iii.. ,,t i-,,-,
.,. ,, uu i,.,s umu up an enna- t0 nave ai preget who at any timej for Acorn Circle, No. 64, Neighbors ! hotter acquainted with the work and
IllO i.l.iclice. 1 i...R l,pPn fl member nf lliiu ctiunOi ! nt Wnn,loi-!,ft Tnul:,lliiin- nl'l'icprs- ! n....n.nti rt 1..1
- - - ............. ... n ........... j,unoi iiuiiit;a ui lilt -uiuiiin uiiii
or affiliated with it In any way.: Mary L. Whitney. Past guardian organization, and finally to enlarge
They will nlsa have the entire Sun-: neighbor, Odessa L. Foltz; guardian the scope of its activities by secur-
Mrs. Anna E. Grubb, widow of the 'lfy school remain in a body at this neighbor, Emily M. Hammond; nd
late W. N. Grubb, has sold her home service. Tho occasion will be a big viser, Vella II. Baughman; banker,
advantage ot their adversaries, both! on the Boulevard to William Roberts: ev"nt in Methodist circles, and a.EdytheE. Phipps; clerk, Mabel A.
li.rgo audience Is expected.
V. O. N. Smith and Rev. C. A. Ed-
in ago und height, and won both of Brownsville, who will move here
games. i with his family about April 1.
A. E. Hildrelh of Oakland, Calif.,' Mrs. L. Gartner of the Tlazft Ba
is In Ashland today calling on old- zaar is a business visitor in San
time friends. He was a former resi-! Francisco this week. "
dent of this city and is glad to go j
hack here once in a while to renewj Mrs. John B. Wimer was a caller; f'"" ex.-service men in Jackson coun
his former acquaintances and keep on Ashland friends from Medford ty. The Interstate Y. M. C. A. has
Roberts; magician, Nettie L. Shcr
ard; captain of guards, Eliza Hicks;
ing more members and a greatly en
larged income. No definite action
was taken as to the adoption ot a
plan pending the arrival here of a
representative of a nationally known
wards went down to Medford last I inner sentinel, L. A. Roberts; outer
night to meet with the Interstate ser-j sentinel, Martha F. Snyder; mana
vice committee in regard to the fund.! geis, Josephine D. Crocker, Mary
set aside for educational purposes Shutts and Laura L. Abbott; musi
cian, Etna Abbott; correspondent,
attendant, Callie I). Long Shelton ; ; organiztion which has been doing
big things in neighboring states. Ho
in touch with the progression of Ash
land. Mr. Ilildreth came up last
week to Central Point to attend the
fjflth wedding anniversary of his pa
rents which was celebrated there.
Miss Lpuise Gillette, who for the
pnst year has served as bookkeeper
in J. II. McGcc's dry goods store,
left today for San Francisco,
where she will enter a business col
lego to take a commercial course.
Lynn D. Mowat, secretary of the
Ashland Commercial Club, has been
requested to nerve as Ashland's rep
resentative of Hie N.aoinal Park
yesterday. ' allotted $515 for Jackson county to
be given to assist some deserving
I. R. Frideger has purchased the men for vocational work in school or
house on Second street known as the,C0lle6e.
Edith Porter property opposite the
Sanitarium, with tho Intention of
fitting it up for a home.
Mrs. Emmett Lloyd of Blythe, Cal
ifornia, a niece of Mr. V. O. N. Smith
and Mrs. O. F. Carson, was a guest
at Mrs. Carson's home over Thurs-
L. F. Thorn, representing the Port
land Telegram, has been spending; day night of this week.
M.a nie! t ,. ,l,,u. in Aul,l.,n,l
will leave for Portland tonight.
Mrs. Henrietta L. Green has sold
her residence property on the cor-
L. W. Storm of LaTouche, Alaska, ner of Union and Fairview streets to
arrived home last night for a visit If. O. Childroth, tho railroad black-
Mabel A. Roberts.
will present a plan and proposition
Mrs. H. II. Boyer was given a great
surprise yesterday when about 35
of her Phoenix friends came up and !
spent the day with her. Not only
did a delightful visit follow the tak
ing of Mrs. Boyer's house by storm,
but the invaders brought with them
n bountiful store of pood things to
eat, and a sumptuous dinner followed.
at his homo hero.
smith, who takes possession liumedi
Mr. Bonham, who has been an in
mate of the Old Soldiers' Home at
Sawtelle, Calif., for several months, Earl Rasor, a former well known
has returned to his home on Beach .musician of Ashland who is now
In Ashland ot tiie hi (Hi of a 6-pound street. studying music in New York, writes
ion to Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Gaines of, to Rose Brothers of this city that he
Portland, formerly of this city. Thisj Mrs. Lulu un Wegen has so far expects to have a trial of singing be- eign grand inspector general, has
young man arrived January 21, and ! recovered from her attack of grlppejfore the Victor and Edison Record! promised to bo there at that time and'
will answer to tho irinie of Royal as to be able lo reliirn to her duties companies. No doubt in the near; will confer tho Scottish Rite degrees, '
SCOTTISH RITE INITIATION
AT KI GENK MAIUil 5-(l
While on their way homo from
This sale was mado through I Portland tho first ot the week Stu
art Saunders, potentate of llillah
W. Dunn, past potentate of the Tem
ple, utopped ut Eugene and arranged
with the local Shriners to stag a big
initiation there, March S and G.
P. S. Malcolm ot Portland, sover
Mr. and Mrs. KhIo Shepherd and
little daughter started this forenoon
at the State Exchange.
Miss Eleanor Greer returned last singer on their Victrolas in their
evening from Sacramento." Calif., homes.
for Southern California to join Mr. whero sho had been living during!
and Mrs. C. F.- Shepherd, who urejthe year. j The meeting of the Southern Ore-
j future Ashland people will have the' including the 32d. This will enablej
pleasure of hearing this popular; Masons of Eugeno und that part ot
spending the winter in the south.
the state to take the higher Scottish
Rite degrees, thus qualify themselves
for the Shrine.
A large number of the members:
of Hillah Temple expect to go to Eu
Otis Johnson, the young son of
Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Johnson, while Medford this winter,
taking prt in the exercises in thej her position,
physical training class of the Senior;
Jligh school, had the misfortune to! Miss Blanche Linebaneh,
break two bones in his right arm yes-kecper at the Ashland Fruit
I gon Fish and Game Protection Asso-
Mrs. O. H. Bamhill, who has been elation at Medford, Thursday, went ! gene on those dates and will put on
teaching In the public schools In on record as strongly ngainst the bill the work on tho second night. While
has resigned which is proposed by the Clackamas! in Eugene Messrs. Saunders and
County Fishermen's' union. That Dunn were dined by the Masons of
bill, initiated for the election next that city.
book-j November, should by all means be
ana. defeated, at R was batched by the
Centralia to got a candy factory.
When faultlessly fashioned
and properly fitted, pumps are
quite the daintiest style of
Hiring footwear you can
We have new styles and col
ors Just In. Sizes are soon
broken and cannot be replaced
under present conditions.
We are always ready to show
or try on at your convenience.
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JUST received, a large advance
shipment of new Crepe and
Cotton Voiles in all the latest de
signs. These Voiles are absolutely the
newest patterns for the Spring and
Summer season. More are ar
riving every day.
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while the stock is new.
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