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ASHLAND WEEUXT TTDIKOS
Wednesday, August 4, lft'JO
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Jack True is in fiom the Green
spring Mountain road camp to
day and reports everything going
smoothly up that way,
Miss Alice Bennett ot Minne
apolis, Minn., is here as a guest
ol Mrs. F. B. Tallman. Miss Ben
nett will muke an extended visit
A car weut through headed for
Portland this morning, display
ing a sign, ' Los Angeles to Port
land or Bust." A.'ter noting the
condition of the tires, the sag
ging of the springs, and listening
lo the various squeaks, groans,
creaks and rattles, the supreme
court down under the linden tree
on the Plaza decided that the
tourists stood a good chance of
cepted a position with the Jack
son County Bank of Medford. De
liah Stevens has been appointed
to fill the vacancy.
Jackson county was recently
given an additional fifty copies of Dove of the plaza confectionery,
the Oregon school laws of 1919. leaves . today for Klamath Falls
They will be loaned to board' where 906 wiu BPen(1 a tw weeks
members and teachers, who make vacation visiting relatives and
Mrs. Margaret E. Dill, appeared In
a recent Issue of "The Brethren
Evangelist," published at Ashland,
Miss Myra West, affable em
Mr. and Mrs. John Dill are tak
ing a day off from the neverending
round of toil on tlu-ir ranch place
out on North Main street and
visiting around town. The cause:
A twenty-second wedding anni
versary. They hied down to the
tlation this morning to meet H.
E. Hunt, wife and daughter, who
were going through to Callforia
from Portland. Mr. Hunt is
northwest editor for the Portland
Journal, for which Mrs. Dill Is
T. N. Humphrey, formerly man
ager of the Ashlnnd mills, ex
pects to leave shortly for their
prune ranch near Kosehurg.
MfTril Throne relumed this
morning from a visit lo various
II is rumored among the paving
gangs that a crew of "hot stuff
men may he brought down from
the Salem vlcinitv and both of
the plants worked. Tho pavln
operations have been held up for
two days due to repairs on a boil
er and motor at the plant.
A Ford car loaded with tour-
ifts turned over on the Green
spring Mountain yestprday. No
one was seriously injured. The
car was heavily flooded with hag
gage ad tho brakes refused to
H. C. Stock returned Sunday
from a trip to Lake of the Woods.
He hauled two new boats over
on a truck and said that by lash
ing them dowu securely he got
them over the road without a
C. E. English Is here from Port
land for a few dnv; looking after
property Interests in the city. Ho
will return to Sherman county for
school this winter.
A number of local autolsts are
instigating a regular automobile
caravan of valley folks which will
he.id over to Crescent City about
August 15 to enjoy sea breezes,
fHsport on the pnhbly sands and
plumb the ocean depths for the
festive codfish, etc. The 0. H.
Johnson, W. M. Ilngcs and Dr.
Kwedenhurg families are (Inuring
Mrong on going and a number of
other Ashlanders r.re thinking It
over. Some Medford parties are
'0lng and It is expected that 10
or 15 carB will eventually make
up the auto-traln
Dr. W. J. Crandall of Los An
geles arrived Monday and will
be associated with Dr. Sawyer
About eight carloads of Ash
land young cpople plan to go out
to Lake of the Woods, Saturday
nd spend Sunday at tho lake.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Paulaerud will
chaperon the party.
Mrs. itiiig will leave this eve
ning for a week's visit at Gold
application to this office for them.
At least one of these books has
been placed in each school libra
ry In the county, and the present
school . clerk, also the chairman
of each school board has been
The state highway commission
is advertising for bids for six
Otto Klum, who has been re
creating and attending to business
In Ashland for several days, left
in his car for Klamath Falls today.
Andrew McGee, former Ashland-
er who has been employed on the
Southern Pacific since rphirnfn?
miies of decomposed surfacing on from ,he 8erv,ce ,g now aa8ocat.
the Green Spring mountain road
9560 cubic yards of surfacing.
Hiss Eva Walker of Los An
geles came up from Grants Pass
Wednesday after a few days in
that city and after visiting friends
1 ere for a few dayj will leave for
It developed that Norma Tal-
nmtlge, the moving picture star
and company did not visit Crater
Lake last week as was reported
in Klamath Falls. She and a
company of about 50 persons will
arrive in Medford on August 1
er.route to the lake to spend three
weeks there and in that vicinity
taking pictures. Word comes
from Crater lake thut reserva-
ions have been made frr the large
parly there und also for a stop
nt the Grieve hotel at Prospect
v.hile enroute. Medford Mail
Chester Stevenson and wife and
Mrs. Annie McCarty Miller came
In from Crater Lake yesterday.
The Standard Oil company has
ed with J. E. Enders In the latter's
new shoe store in Klamath Falls.
The Walter Frulan and Alex
Livington families left yesterday
for Crater Lake.
this respect for many years, but
postmasters have been consider
political offices and their appoint
ments were handled as patronage
by congressmen, senators and po
litical committees since time Im
memorial. By executive order Is
sued In March 191?, the political
method was removed and post
masters making good according
to the department's ideas of effi
ciency and service retain their po
sitions until death, resignation or
removal. Vacancies are filled by
competitive examinations held by
the civil service commission, the
highest applicant receiving the ap
pointment, regardless ot religious
or political registration.
WASHINGTON -Census figures
show the population of several
cities and towns in Wasco and
Clatsop for 1920 compared with
the figures for 1910. The flg
. 199 175
. 533 623
. 124 495
. 730 339
Teh display of fireworks staged
In the park by H. M. Squires un
der the auspices of the Ashland
Park commission last Saturday
night attracted a large crowd from
all over the valley, The display
was excellent, over 20 set pieces
being sllijwn. A concert by the
Valley band preceeded the fire
works. Confectioneries and res
taurants of the city did a record
breaking Saturday night business
and two dances were crowded,
there being more people In town
than on any night this summer ex
cept during the celebration.
Other census figures announced
Missoula, Mont., 12,668, de
ciease 201, or 1.6 per cent.
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., 12,096,
added a one-ton Ford truck to thedeerease 519, or 4.1 per cont,
equipment of their Ashland sub-1 Columbus, Gu., 31,125, increase
station. The truck wil be used for, 10,571, or 61.4 per cent.
New Brunswick, N. J., 32,799,
increase 9,391 or 40.2 per cent.
Clurksburg, W. Va., 27,869, ln-
dellverlng barrels and case goods,
Franklin O'Oller, nutlonal com
mander of the American Legion, , crPase lgi668 or 202.9 per cent.
win pass through Ashland en
route from San Francisco to Port
land on the morning of August 8
Jumes Spencer left lust night
for Astoria where he will repre
sent Ashland poBt at the state con
vention of the American Legion.
Jefferson county, Ky., includ
ing Louisville, 286,369, Increase
23,449 or 8.9 per cent.
King county, Wash., including
Seattle 389,240, increase 104,603
or 36.7 per cent.
Worcester county, Muss., In
cluding Worcester, 455,136, in-
Mrs. R. E. Gearhart, who ha8 1 'se 65,478 or 13.9 per cent,
teen with her mother, who w. ill I Montgomery county, Ohio, in-
at Roseburg, returned to Ashland I c,wd,n Dayton' 209'632' lncrease
yesterday. ,io or Ji.a per cent
a Alberquerque, N. M., 16,157, in-
E. J. Fraley, wife und little soncrease M3 or 37.6 per cent
who have boen visiting relatives in i isnpemlng, Mich., 10,500, lu-
The S. P. Company is conlom
plating and have already com
menced Improvements in shops
and yards in Sacrament that will
reach an expediture of $12,000
Word of this more on the part
of the Southern Pacific company
is received with much Interest in
Ashland as it indicates the re
newal ot extension plans which
were at a standstill during the
years of government ownership
Speculation is rife as to the com
pnny's intentions In regard to the
shops alid yards in Ashland.
this city for the summer, left this
morning for Santa Maria Cali
John If. Scott of Modesto, Cali
fornia who has been spending a
month in this city, leaves today
for his California home. Mr. Scott
has been a summer visitor here
yearly for several years and has
built up a wide circle of acquaint
ances particularly among former
Minnesota and Iowa residents, he
having lived in both those states.
crease 1,948 or 15.6 per cent.
M.S. J. M. 1'uynn anil Infant
nun, Max, are leaving for their
bourn at Uelgle.
Mrs. II. II. Gillette and duiigh
ters, Louise and Vnrjorie return
ed home last evening from Foil
Klamath, where tliey have been
tnjoyiiiK Klamath ranch lite. II.
II., himself, is remaining out
among the cows and chickens for
another week, having fallen In
love with the gentle urt of steer
ing a mowing machine. Misx
Louise leaves tomorrow lor San
Francisco to resume her studies
at business college
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Eaton and
daughter. Mm. F. V. Rouse, leave
tomorrow morning for Yakima
and Seattle, mhere they will upend
Mrs. Dr. Kuhn of Portland was
a guest of Mrs. Ada Rtannard of
this city last week. M rn, Kuhn
and Mrs. Ktannurd were former
Mrs Alice Baldrin of Klamath
Fails, Is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Jess Howard, at the Howard home
on Mountain avenue.
Mils Frances Neil has resigned
tli" position of chief deputy in the
recording department of the
coui.tr clerk's office and has ac-
Chester Stevenson and family
were here yesterday enroute to
their home In Eugene from Cra
ter Lake and Pelican Bay.
H. C. Stock leaves tomorrow
for Lake of the Woods with two
nifty rowboats which he has con
structed. Merl Robison, who recently Bold
the Ashland Garage on Second
street, is now foreman In the shop
of the A. W. Walker company at
Mr. 8. R. Jeter, Mrs. Emma
Beeler, Mr. and Mrs. Merel Robi
son and Goldie Beeler leave Sat
urday on an automobile outing to
W. O. Dlckerson siiys he has
been so busy taking care of other
peoples' troubles In the paint line
that he hasn't had much time to
take care of his own. However
he has started In furbishing up
the additional storeroom which
On Wednesday afternoon, July
28, at the home of Rev. Myron L.
Boozer, In Medford, In the pres
ence of a few friends, Mr. Frank
Sulbberry of Ashland, Ky., and
Miss Lulu E. Wlliums of Jackson
ville, Ore., were united in the holy
bonds of matrimony.
The bride is the accomplished
daughter of Mrs. Julia Williams
and the late John M. Williams of
Jacksonville. Mr. Salsberry for
past two years, under her sole
management Las been conducting
the leading mercantile business at
the county seat, being the pioneer
store opened in the early days by
The groom belongs to an illus-
trous pioneer Kentucky family and
for a number of years has been
engaged In the hardwood lumber
ing business In that state. Im
mediately after tho wedding Mr.
Salsberry departed for Kentucky
to arrange his extensive business
affairs at that place, so as to per
mit him to make his home with
the bride at Jacksonville to which
place he will return in the fore
part of September.
The marriage of theco young
people Is the culmination of a Ken
tucky romance of 10 years ago.
RARE TREAT FOR
SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS
To Sunday school teachers, that
loyal army of unpaid, often un
thanked, workers, this Ashland
Bible Institute is a real blessing.
So often the teacher feels the
need of deeper study, so often
longs to go to some of the great
conferences of the country and
gel filled with the inspiration and
truth and knowledge of the Word,
but so often these conferences are
so far away, nearly always in the
East, that few ever get to enjov
them. But Ashland is having a
rare time this summer and those
who are availing themselves of
fhe Bible school feel well repaid
for time spent. Many are sacrl
ficing to attend, but it pays.
SERVICE OF E. B. HALL
ENGENE Wesley Shelley, of
Pleasant Hill, who has been out
in the Oakridge district recently,
states that a crew ot men are at
he annexed to his North Main work on the old grade of the Nat
strfet paint und wall-paper house ron cut-off, re-settlng stakes on a
last March and this morning uaj five-mile stretch of the line from
nis son won putting up ana paint-,)olnt near Oakridge toward the
ing screen doors . Don says ho Ujummit along Salt Creek. This
painting them beniine color. j Krade wa, completed years ago to
a point about half way to McCre-
,UBOiio TIUIIKtSIl, KSH13UIIU
cathier of the Anglo and London
Paris National Bank ot San Fran
cisco, was a business visitor in
the city yesterday.
After serving the local camp
of the Modern Woodmen of
America as consul for four years,
E. B. Hall resigned at the regu
lar meeting lust night. A beauti
ful gold emblem was presented
the retiring official by bis neigh
bors. W. H. Day made the pres
entation speech. Mr. Hall ac
cepted the old age benefits cf
the Woodmen and rece ved the
cash on his policy a tew days ago.
Ice cream and caka was sened
after the meeting.
IS IN THE BUSINESS, WOULD
BET A THOUSAND DOLLARS
AGAINST FOUR DOLLARS THAT
HE WOULD NOT HAVE A FIRE
IN A YEAR? DON'T YOU
AGREE WITH A MAN WHO
SAYS, "I PREFER TO PAY A
PREMIUM FOR INSURANCE,
AND LET THE OTHER FELLOW
BURN." THIS MAN DOES NOT
CONSIDER THAT HE LOSES
FOUR DOLLARS IN THE YEAR
BECAUSE HIS BUILDING DOE3
NOT BURN DOWN.
Business property and contents
are insured proportionately low.
I have good old line Insurance
companies, and solicit your patron
age. If you aro going to insure,
don't say, "I will do It by and
by." A fire may heat you to It.
E. T. Staples
large flock of chickens, two
good milk cows. This is a prov
en money making city ruueb.
No. 147 5-room house, good ap
pearance, half block from psveu
streets, fruit and berries. Price
$900.00. Immediate possession.
No. 160 Good six-room house,
pavement on part of Ashland
street and tho Boulovard, have
filed their report of such assess
ment with the City Recorder for
the inspection of any person in
terested therein, mid any person
or persons aggrieved thereby may
appear and make objection there
to before the Common Council nt
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO CON
9 rooms, all strictly modern, myr
tle wood finish, hardwood
floors, enameled kitchen, bath,
etc., hot water heating plant.
large screened porches, con
crete basement, built In book
cases, china closets, etc. Large
lot on pared street.
The house is surrounded by
beautiful shrubbery, and the
lot contains a fine garden, and
considerable fruit. Situated in
one ot the finest residential dis
tricts of Medford. The most
beautiful residence in Southern
Oregon, and for sale at an at
tractive price. Further partic
ulars will be furnished upon re
large mi, iruu auu nuaue trees, tne uuy Hall at o clock p. in.,
near Boulevard .east part of: Tuesday the 17th dny of Augur.t,
town, cheap at the price, 1 920.
$1700.00. , GERTRUDE BRIDE,
No. 146 5-room plastered house, c. b. LAMKIN, Recorder,
new porcelain bath and toilet,! Mayor.
house all newly painted jnslde1 Date, of first publication, Aug.
und out, kitchen cabinet and
linoleum, good basement, i'i
acres ground, fruit trees and
garden. Sacrifice price $2400.00.
No. 345 Four acres, mostly or
chard, peaches, apples pears,
cherries, apricots and straw
berries. Six room plastered
house, sleeping porch, bath, all
conveniences. Chicken house
and park, garage, etc. This Is a
fine bargain, and a good Invest
ment nt $3000.00. Torms on
I HAVE AN EXTREMELY AT-
TKACTIVE BUSINESS PROPER- of the. construction of a sewer in
TY INVESTMENT FOR SOME-I South Granite Street Sewer Dis-
fJINJU WITH I3UUU.UU IN MONEY,
KEEN FORESIGHT AND GOOD
HORSE SENSE. THIS 19 A
FORCED SALE, AND SOME
BODY IS GOING TO MAKE
SOME MONEY OUT OF IT.
Take Notice! That it is the In
tention of the Common Council
ot the City of Ashland, to con
struct or cause to be constructed
cement sidewalks on the south
erly side of Allison street, between
Gresham and Union Btreets in the
City of Ashlnnd, Oregon, where
the same have not ulready been
constructed; that tbe expense Inci
dent thereto ami cost of construc
tion are to be .assessed In caso of
construction as speciul benefits
108-2-Wed, against the roal estate abutting
. " 1 on suld improvement.
NOTICE OF FILING REPORT OKI Said Common Council hag des-
. ASSESSMENTS OF SPECIAL ignated August 17th, 1920, at 8
HKNKFITS IN THE MATTER p. m., at tho City Hall, us the
OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF time and place for nny person to
A SEWER IV SOUTH GRAN- make known any suggestions or
ITE STREET SEWER MS. 1 objections to said proposed Im
TRICT, OR SEWER DISTRICT I provemont.
NO. 19. j Dated this 4th clay of August,
Recorder's Office, Ashland, Ore-:'19!0.
gun, Aug. 4, 1920
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN
that the Board of Viewers ap
pointed to determine and assess
C. B. LAMKIN,
the special benefits In tbe matter. Date of first publication, August
4th, 1920. 1 08-2
STAPLES REALTY AGENCY
Hotel Austin BIdg., opposite Flrat
STAPLES' REALTY AGENCY
Hotel Austin Block.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION'.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Roseburg, Ore
gon, July 21, 1920.
NOTICE is hereby given thut
MRS. LULU A. DE CARLOW,
whose postoffice address is Plne
hurst, Oregon, "did, on the 1st
day of June, 1920. file in this of
fice Sworn Statement and Aiwli-
' cation. No. 012707. to nurphase
P the NW' SWK, Section 4,
lowiisnip iom, unnge 4K, Wil
lamette Meridian, and the timber
thereon, under the provisions of
the act ot June 3, 1878, and acts
trict, or Sewer District No. 19,1
have filed their report of such as
sessment with the City Rocorderl
for the inspection of any person I,. , .
Interested therein, and any person i H"mes anJ acreaB"' Fa'"18 a
or peinons aggrieved thereby may! Hock Ranches,
appear and make objection thereto .'
before the Common Council at the; A of (k)0(, In8llrance
City Hall at 8:30 o clock p, in.. I
Tuesday, the 17th day of August, j '
1920. Ashland AgentK ot Abstract Co.
c 13 LAMKIMayor " Kr Billings Agency
Date of first publication August' Established 1883.
4th, 1920. 108-2Wed
Staples Realty Co.
Hay and Pasture
300 tons ot hay, mostly Red- j amendatory, known as the "Tim
.t0"',?!?t'. Pasture till November j ber an(i Stone Law," at such valui
for 300 head of cattle, tributary
to Dead Indian range; cattle will
fatten on this pasture.
as might be fixed by appraise
ment, and that, pursuant to such
application, the land and timber :
Price for the same will he giv- tnereon have been appruised,
en on application.
$170.00, the timber estimated
130,000 board feet at $1.00 per
M., and the' land $40.00; that
said applicant will offer final
proof in support of her applica-
Soine New and Real Bargain
or Exchange A splendid 18-acre
alfalfa ranch on paved high-ltion and sworn statement on the
way, new-bungalow, good burn,! 8th duy of October. 1920, before
some stock. Owner will takeF. Roy Davis, U. S. Commissioner,
suitable residence property In, at Medford, Oregon.
part payment. Paiticulurs glv
en upon application.
No. 143 Splendid well built
roomy house, modern appoint
ments, stone foundation, on Ali
da street.' Three-quarters acre
of ground, bealitlful yard and
lots of fruit. A very exceptional
bargain at $2500.00.
No. 158 5-room bungalow, nice
ly urranged, bath and toilet,
range and all heavy furniture,
lot 60x80, 200 feet from paved
street, close to center of town;
a real snap and terms can lie
bad. Price $2000.00.
No. 159 Residence on paved
street, arranged into three
apartments, fine location, level
lot 60x160, shade trees and
fruit; a good income properly.
No. 160 3 acres, highly Im-
Any person is at liberty to pro
test this purchase before entry,
or Initiate a contest at any time
before patent issues, by filing a
corroborated affidavit in this of
fice, alleging facts which would
defeat the entry.
W. H. CANON,
NOTICE OF FILING REPORT
OF ASSESSMENTS OK SPE
CIAL BENEFITS IN THE .MAT
TER OF THE CONSTRUCTION
OF BITILITIIIC PAVEMENT
O.V PARTS OF ASH LAM)
STREET AND THE BOULE
VARD IN THE CITY OF ASH
LAND, OREGON'. i
Recorder's Office, Ashland, Ore
gon, Aug. 4, 1 920. ' 1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Out of the more than 3,000,000 Ford cars
now in use, about sixty percent have been sold
to farmers. Probably no other one thing has
brought to the farm so much of comfort and
profit as has the Ford car. It has enlarged
the social life, doubled the facilities for market
ing, brought the town next door to the farm,
multiplied for the farmer the pleasures of living.
A family car without an equal in low cost of
operation and maintenance. We solicit your
order for one now because the demand is large
and continually increasing.
that the Board of Viewers ap
proved and intensely cultlvul- pointed to determine and assess
ed, on paved street; nearly lev- the special benefits in the matter
el, rich soil, good 7room house, of the construction of bltulithio
i period has been used as a road
grade. . While he has no direct
; information, Mr. Shelley states
that there is a report that another
Rev. J. W. Hoyt drove to Grants ,ciew of urve'or ' at ork on
Pass this morning to attend the 0,her end of tDB rou,e comln
funeral of Mrs. George Hanson,
nlle of the Presbyterian minister;
f that city.
MORE TROUBLE OVER
THAT K. F. COURTHOUSE
SALEM The Oregon supreme
court, at the request of the J. M.
Dougan company of Portland, has
enjoined the officials ot Klamath
county from paying to any indi
vidual, firm or corporation, any
part of what Is known as the
Klamath county courthouse fund
until such time as the original ac
tion brought by the Portland com
pany to recovor approximately
$35,000, alleged to be due from
Klamath county for the comple
tion of a new courthouse on the
old courthouse Bite, Is finally dla
pesed of by the stnte's highest
Two courthouses have been
erected in Klamath county during
tho past few years, the last of
which was recently completed hv
tbe J. M. Dougan company at a
cost of about $100,000. Recently
the contractors brought suit to re
cover from Klamath county the
bulance ot $35,000, alleged to be
due for the erection of thla court
house. Judge Hamilton of Doug
las county heard the case and de
cided in favor of the county.
Appeal then was taken by the
company, with the result that the
papers were filed In the supreme
ALL THIS WEEK
We hare a lot of Gingham Street
and House Dresses to clean up at
prices less than the goods would
One Lot of
FIBRE SILK HOSE
$2.25 Silk and Fibre
One Lot $1.75 White Fibre
Two Lots Cotton
Three Special Lots at
$1.49, $1.69, $1.98
ODDS AND ENDS
Mostly small sizes, In Ladles'
One Lot Band Top
LADIES' UNION SUITS
Regular sizes 7Sc
Extra sizes 85c
White, Black, Brown.
Tax Included. .
One Lot Ladies' 75c
Black, While, Smoke, African,
Satins, Taffetas, Georgettes anil
Crepe de Chine figure in this of
fering for a quick clearance.
Having of From $.1.00 to $10.00
On These Dresses,
Bend. $120,000 Elks summer
home to be built at head of Meto
11 us river.
If II Rained Fire
Then you would think about I
Ir. this direction. From these In
dications he assumes that there Is
going to be "something doing" on
Mrs. H. E. Itadrer l rivln a I
delightful party this afternoon to' The Ashlnd Postoffice today
her Sunday school class of girls. receiTed ,he offlcla' warning no-i
This Is one of the .trout classes of concerning the participation;
the Presbyterian Surt.y school of ""W" In political activities. -.A.'""0"'?
and this good cheer is part of the Tht' no,,ce ' "ed Martin . that you would exclaim, "Oh, what '
enjoyment of the clan privilege. 1 A' Morrlon' President ot the U. !a chump that I did not have in-l
O -i ; .. 1 1 t- : . . . . ....... I I. nr.t, .
v o. 1,1.11 otrnii-e commission ana ul": wen, u nai never
The bouv belonging to Mrs W ' underneath his signature is at-: "r8'ne', tin" Dt there have been
B. Holme, a, the corner of Rock Inched a notice by Postmaster Gen- j '1 1
and Wiiner street. i receiving eral Burleon requesting all post- of fire insurance,
new coat of paint. : mnster. and postal employes to!
. . :fortfu")r r''r1'' engaging OR THE CONTENTS CAN BE1
A well-written account of a Id pernicious political activity INSURED AT THE RATE npi
noon picnic recently given in bon- durinc the nemtinr nnim.i 14.00 PER tear for nvc
or of MIm Detwiler by her Bible pain. Po.tal employes have been ! THOt;8ANO DOLLARS. THINK
c.sse.. from the facile pen of under ,h. civil service rule. ,. 81'RANCE COMPANY, WHICH
$3.50 Crepe de Chines $2.25
$3.50 Georgettes $1.95
Almost every wanted shade of good qunlity Crepe
de Chiuo and Georgette that has been selling for
$3.50 per vard. A lot of new shades just in.
$2.75 for Crepe de Chine $1.95 for Georgettes
$10.75 Sport Silk
This Is the Third and Deepest Cut on These
40-Inch Baronette Satin $6.50
$2.25 Printed Pongee $1.98
$4.00 Crepe Pongee $3.49
All Pongee Prices Kevised.
$4.00 36-Inch Foulard Silk $3.49
Figured Voiles, 49c
up to $1.49
White Skirt Goods Reduced in Price.
White Striped Voiles Eeduced in Price.
Remnants and Heady-Cut Length of all kind of
goods at worth while savings.
Woolen Goods Specials
$3.50 Cream Serge, bl&ck stripe, 50 inch. .. .$1.98 W
$2.50 Cream French Serge, blue and tan hairline Eg
smpe, -ujcn, special 5i.4 m
$3.50 Cream Serge, black stripe, 40-inch $1.98 ffl
1.50 36-Inch Striped Palm Beach Cloth $1.19 ffl
54-Inch Wool Jersey, blue, rose, tan $4.98 cp
$8.00 Suede Velour Coating, tan and rose $6.95
54-Inch Silvertone Coating, $8.50 quality. .. .$7.49