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A8HLAJD WEEKLY TTDOfGS
Wednesday, October 6, 1020
LOCAL AND i'LKSONAL
California guests registered at
the Hutel Columbia are Mr. aud
Mm. K. M. Seined :iud N. A. Hur
ry of Los Aiiii'lr-i; C. A. Wag
ner i;f Hoi nliiool ; K. Vander
l'harts of .Modesto, mid C. L. En
dioott aud wile of Sua Fianelsco.
Oilier puests arc F. ',. Jacobs unit
wife, Herbert Cotfer, C. .. Uryani
J. Rudolph Susnett of Medford to who accompanist the boys, expect
obtaiu a memorial window for lad. to keep them in order, hit job
Bishop Hughes at the building of! wan unnecessary, ai the boys need-
the new church which is being. d no oversight
planned (or in Medford lu the near
remain to finish the evangelistic
work at Central Point.
A. II. Peachey, who has been
employed as a lookout on the Tal-
Ir. M. .Mo.vnu. who has been,
ii way for several weeks on a va
c:.iiiui Hieut in San Francisco and
oilier southern points, has re
lume J home. He was accom
panied by bis wife, who has been
spending the summer in Califor
Mrs. J. L. Creeks will leave this
veiling for her home in Northern I
California after spending several!
weeks with friends in Ashlutid.
Tourists from the east stopping
at he Hotel Austin are W. S. Kcy
lmlils and wifo, und Cara Las Kill
of Chicago; Dr. rle Orgler of New
Mr. aud .Mrs. J. H. Fuller and
J. E. Fuller came home lust night
'from a week's sojourn in Portland.
They slopped on their way north
and spent a day at the state fair
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Atkinson of
Seattle are Ashland visitors thill
week, stopping at the Hotel Aus
Mr. aud Mrs. C. W. Allen are
planning on a vacation to North
ern California mid Klamath coun
ty next week as a rest for Mr. Al
len who has just recovered from
a serious illness.
A. A. Wards and wife of Wlchl-
l ta, Kansas, are stopping at the
Hotel Columbia a few dirfs.
The storing wheel of a Ford car
driven by F. W. Beaver last even
ing broke as he was taking the
Hotel Austin guests from Port-ilowbox mountain since June 1, Is
land are A. C. Sloeaboom, W. N. .spending a few days with his fam
Phililps, J. V. Buer&nd wife, Mrs j lly on Lincoln street. He expects
M. C. Oalhrurth, Herbert Cofi'or. Jo return to his post tomorrow.
J. W. Kemper and wife, James 0. :
Conners, Paul I,. Kester, W. 3.1 The Nuptial church received four I
i new member, Sfpt 26: Mr. and!
J Mrs. (iilmoro of Eugene and Mr. 'from Phoenix, where she had been
day. The quartette sang at the
funeral of the late' Mrs. Josephine
Barrett, which was held from the
Baptist church Saturday after
noon. L. J. Orrea, accompanied by
Mark Baker and Mr. Leonard,
drore over to Yreka and back yes
terday, v I
Mrs. Clyde has returned home!
Messrs. Wing. Kiusmier and Ed
Ryan have departed to the hunt
ing .grounds near Montague in
the wake of the elusive deer.
F. H. Robinson of Kettle Ralls,
Wash., son-in-ilaw of James L.
Shelton of Meade street, with his while driving
family arrived in Ashland this:
forenoon and will visit for a time.:
In Wisconsin, the guest of her
parents. She reports a delightful
Percy Cheever had the misfor
tune to run off the highway near
the Jackson Springs yesterday!
In from down the
valley In his Hudson speedster.
The car turned over three times
Virgin and D. W. Craven
The Ashland Sltriners tiro pre- and Mrs. Oxford, formerly of spending the past week."
paring for u ceremonial to takal Brownsville. j
placo here Thursday, November'
18. A lui-Re number of Southern M:13C C-"ms has returned to his
Pacific raiJroail employes, it is "01a I" Yivkj after spending a
stated, will compose the class to:few' ll".V3 ' Ashland with
nir. anu Airs. ('. W. Kont nre
homo from an extended visit in
Mr. und Mrs. Shwter and Mrs.
Wuldo of (irand Prairie, Alberta,
are registered at the Hotel Co
Coach Howard Bearas of the
Grants Pass high school football
team, was up Saturday afternoon
officiating in the game between
Ashland and Klamath Falls. He
was accompanied bv a number of
the high school students fron
Grants Puss who crime to witness
California guests stopping at
the Hotel Austin aro Dr. and Mr
0. M. Blood and W. A. Myers of
Los Angeles; C. L. Ramey and
F. Henchel of San Francisco.
vile of Genoa, III.; J. A. Cameron
of Cincinnati, Ohio.
V. 0. N. Smith, cashier of the
Ciliiens Hank was a business vis
itor in Jacksonville yesterday.
Dr. I. H. Halfertv, a dentist who
has been looking after Dr. W. E
Buchanan's office while the latter
was away on his summer vacation
left this morning for Salem.
Miss Bloom is a new teacher In
the public schools She assumed
lier duties yesterday, filling the
vacancy In the Junior High
V. E. Hunter and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Thompson are Portland
MH-Hts StOniiill? lit tlio Untnl Ano. .
The fact that Hip football game
at Ashland last Saturday was won
l;y Ashland high bv a score of 16
to 6 over Klamath Falls hieh
gives the Medford high students
much food for thought. The Med
ford high team hopes this year to
humble their old time rivals of
the neighboring citv and will work
hard to bring this about. Med
ford Mail Tribune
Chief of Police Hatcher and
Fire Chief Robison me in Medford
today attending the session of
Vnite.l plates district court held
there this week.
W. T. Randolph, repiesenUi-
uor the Northwest Training!
school, u deaconess lilstltuliiin,
was in thin section of the male
over Sunday und spoke in the
Methodist (lunch at Medford Sun
clay morning and in Ashland last
veiling. Mr. Randolph's errand
to this section Is to iiitoi-est Ilev.
iork City; 13. H. Olmstead audjcar (lown tne litlle Pilch 0H Me
chanic street near the railroad.
The Ford left the road and lauded
m the creek, bottomside up. As it
struck the stone foundation
of the bridge the impact threw
Mr. Beaver out of the car and he
landed some distance away
thereby escaping any Injury. The
car was righted and pulled out of
the stream by a team of horses.
Rev. A. Werden arrived in Ash
land Saturday from Salem and us-
turned the pastorate of the Free
Methodist church. The new pas
tor preached? Sunday, and made a
favorable impression on his people.
He expects his wife to follow him
within a week or ten days. The
district quarterly conference of
the Free Methodist, church will
October 14, tind
continue over the following Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dollarhide
of Weed were in Ashland yester
day visiting with friends and look
ing after business affairs in the
Mrs. jean Morris Ellis, voca
tional adviser and character anal
yst, under the educational depart,
ment of the Y. M. C. A., Is In Ash
land this week, in the Interests of
First company, 0. N. G., and the
American Legion Mrs. Ellis
spoke In the Baptist church Sun
day evening, before the First com
pany in the Armory Monday cven-
ig and will uddress the America
Legion in the Armory tliis evening
She Is u talented woman and ex
cellent speaker and has gained
much prominence through her war
worn in this and other coust
mother, Mrs. C. E. Abbott
! Mrs. A. F. Green, wife of
Mr. and Mrs. H.' C. Sparlin of Southern Pacific release clerk
Klamath Fulls were week end vis-'. iiunsmuir, spent yesterday
itois to Ashland. .Ashland shopping.
Lois, the 5-yeur-old daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Frost met!
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Briggs, died , the train last night the hitter's j
last Friday at her home in Oak-. brother, J. 0. Elrod of Portland,
land. The little girl had been sick ,.i, nusslne throusb'. ami
hi.Nivi s tK 1 of the traffic department of the
H. D. d'Evers and S. B. ThwUnj Soiitlicrtn Pacific company, was
of Seattle are tourists lit Ashland, a business visitor In Ashhind from
i Eugene today. Mr. Lewis will be
remembered by many Ashland
Meanwhile he will look over this: after leaving the pavement, but
section of the country with a view
F. O. M. Lewis, traveling ugent
Ills Mopping at the Hotel Austin
was remii'ikulily little damaged.
Mr. Cheever stuck to his post and
bus only some bad bruises to
show from the accident.
Miss Oarola E. Kuss, wbo'htis
been the guest of Mr. und Mrs.
V. V. Mills for several weeks, left
this morning on train No. 13 lor
her home In Oaklatl
Mrs. J. M. Hughs returned
home last . eevning from a local
hospital where she underwent an
operation a' week or so ago. She
Is feeling much better.
Miss Clara Ostrum, who has
n spending , the past two
mouths in Ailaml, expects to
leave this evening for Los An
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED A Waterbury heating
system for school or hall or
similar heater. M. F. Sheets,
R 4, Medford, Ore. 61-
Professor Says: "In
ternal Baths Give
Horace T. Dodge, J. I)., Pro
fessor of Materia Medica. 25 ,1a
cobson Bldg., Denver, writes Tyr
rell's Hygienic Inititute of New
York as follows:
"1 can truthfully say that I
liave had Hie very best results In
my experience with the 'J. B. L.
Cascade.' You certainly have
struck the keynote of many dis
eases." By means of the 'J. II. L, fas
rade" simple warm water cleanses
the lower intestine the entire
length, removes all the poisonous
waste therein and keeps it clean
and pure, as Nature demands It
shall be for perfect health.
You will be Astonished at your
feelings the morning after takinc
fn internal bnth with the "J. B.
L. Cascade." You will feel bright,
l.ribk, confident and as though
everything is working ri 'hl and I
It absolutely removes const I-!
patloii and prevents Auto-Intoxi-j
ration. ' 1 I
Foley's Drug Stoie, V E. Maini
tft., will show and explain tlio "J.
B. L. Cascade" lo you, and will
nlso give you. free on request, a
most interesting booklet, "Why
Jinn of Today Is On'y 60 per cent
Efficient." by Dr. ('has. A. Tyr
rell, of New York, for 25 yeiirR
a rpecialist nn Internal Bathing
Ak for It tmlav.
At TO KTHOP
. MKKTV I'AZt lit
J. M. Hughes and wife, who re
cently purchased the house on
South IPoneer avenuo, are moving
into their now possession today.
They oxpect to be able to sleep in
their own home tonight
Reports on the Jacksonville
bank filed in the county clerk's
office aro said to show overdrafts
for $46,519.32; $?, 605.99, with
:i,016 extra borrowed; $1550.49,
with $4000 borrowed; $4418.40,
with $1500 borrowed; $1500, with
The Jackson county exhibit at
the slate fair won third place, ac
cording to County Agriculturist C.
C.Cate, who bad churge of the ex
hibit. Mr. Cate states the exhibit
proved very popular with the thou
sand who visited the fair.
A. G. Enines and wife of Chic
Calif., aro Ashland visitors
ween. I hey are stopping ut the
Mr. and Mrs. George Yates had
! business which took them down
to the county seat today,
11 .... H' ...
I -in. Yunnan iiepuenson was
1 an Ashland shopper from Hilt
L. Brophy of Medford was in
Ashland yesterday transacting
Rev. C. A. Edwards arrived
borne tills forenoon on train No.
1J Iroiil McM nnvl n hern l,n
ihad been attending the annual con
ference of the Methodist church
during the past week. Mr. Ed
wardB will start on his fourth year
I us pastor of the Ashland M. E.
C. J. Smith of Eugene was a
, business visitor in Ashland yester
I Gin-sis at the Hotel Columbia
j from the north over night were
j J. L. Harris and F. E. Fietert bt
Portland; Joe O. Holmes of Pull
man. Wash.. Wm. T Jones and S.
J. Stall of Seattle.
Lloyd Riches of Portland, sec.
retary of Ihe Oregon State Editor
ial association, was a business vis
itor in Ashlund today.
T. C. O'Kelly and wife and Miss
Krepe of Hilts were Ashland vis-
Harrison Brothers of the Ford
Garage have sold a Fordson trac
tor to A. GicblBh for work on the
Green Springs mountain road
which he has the contract for grad
ing. Other sales they have made
lately are a truck to A. R. Brown
and one to Barham brothers for
use at their sawmill at Siskiyou,
and a sedan to Millard Grubb.
Miss Nellie Ewau will teach
school near Montague this winter,
and has left for her position.
lluil and doe give uatisfaction or! - MOMMY'S NEWS
it could not stand the acid test oi finest bunch of youngsters
JO days In your hauls. 1 "vr td stopplug with me." wa
- ' : 'l.e verdict given by Manager U.
Try It ut our upense. 11 Couner in regard to the Klam-
,ain football kiu and nomnanv oi
I rooters who nojmed at that hotel
ad Saturday while i,l.,v-
tbe local high school
IOLEir ELH.4UT eleven Saturday afternoon. Mr.
liRl'GliJSTH x J Conner stated that If the coach, j in Los Angeles.
I r f I rcoters who
Poleys Drug Store
u.ik.'bs . n 111 lT f Alt.vn tiuf.
W. J. Virgin of Portland is a
guest of his mother, Mrs. A. C.
Owen, in Ashland this week
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Harris and
sisier, miss Aionie Harris, ore
hark from Guzollo where they htd
been spending the summer. Tluiy
huvo only returned td Ashland to
pack their hoasebould goods,
however, and will go back to Ga
zelle to live.
M. and Mrs. C. C. Darling of the
Darling Studio are back from
delightful two weeks' mention
spent in San Francisco.
Mrs. George Monroe and little
daughter, Zelda, of Eugene aae
Ashland guests this week.
Fishermen who were down the
river yesterday state there Is an
unusually good run at present.
Sim Morris secured 30 fine trov.t
below Gold Ray dam yesterday,
while N. H. Harrison und J. A. Ru-
ger came in lust night with throe
monster salmon weighing from 25
to 45 pounds. The present run
of Chinook salmon Is so strong.
the fishermen state, that they all
lost their tackle, and a number of
sportsmen hud their poles snapped
off by the fish. This, it Is claimed
is only done by the big Cblnooks
weighing from 40 to 60 pounds.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Katzensteln
of Spokane were Ashland guests
over the week end, stopping at tbe
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Vaupet, Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. Shepherd and Mrs.
O. N. Gray motored down to Grunts
Pass yesterday and spent the day
at the Josephine county seat. They
were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
H. O. Frobach of Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Johnson re
turned homo this morning from
Pendleton, where they were called
by the death of their daughter,
MrsCharles Randies. The latter
was buried in Salem yesterday.
Mrs. Nellie Patton and little
daughter are back from Newport
where tbey had been the guest of
the former's mother for some time.
Mrs. Lee C. Court of Applegate
It in Ashland this week, the guest,
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Peachey. Mrs. Court Is In the
government service at tbe Star,
Ranger station, where her hus
band Is also employed.
Mm Ma Warmuth, who has keen
vhjlling relatives and friends tiere
for neveral - weeks, left for her
home in Rrownbville the last of
the week. ,
Mrs. Earl Cochran and two
daughters, who have been visiting
iii the Willamette valley for some
weeks, stopped over in Ashland to
Join ber husband hre for a short
visit with Mr. Cochran's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T Cochran. Mrs ,
Cochran left todsy for their home!
Her husband will!
for upwards of two weeks, due to
a fall, during which time she nev
er regained consciousness. Burial
was made Sunday in Oakland.
A. h. Haring and wife of Gerber,
C. R. Walker and wife of Duns
muir, have registered nt the Ho
Miss Lena Provost, who had been
home for the past week on account
of sickness, returned to her school
In the Lost Croek district, yester
day. Pliny Leabo, who had been in
Ashland recuperating from the
effects of burns received while
fighting fire on the Sisklyous sev
eral weeks ago, returned Sunday
to his work at Hlltn
Mr.' and Mrs. E. O. Nelson of Se
pastopol, , Calif., who have been
visiting in the E. E Miller family,
left yesterday for their home.
They were accompanied by Mrs.
Miller, who will go to San Fran
cisco to consult a specialist re
garding her eyes, which have been
troubling ber lately
Mrs. Frank Swingle is home
from Portland, where she had
boen visiting for the. past week
or so. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Heer, son
Jimmle, and Mrs. Levi Stevens,
drove down to Rorue River yes
terday on a business trip.
had a pleasant visit during the
slop of the train here. '
Rev. W. L. Van Nuys of Port
laud, director of religious edu
cation for Oregon, was an Ashland
visitor yesterday, having come
here to consult with Revs. J. W.
Hoyt and C. F. Koehler of the
Presbyterian denomination In re
gard to the preparation of the
L'nil..n rnAn.. r .... LI.L
ut.uuiwnraumj.uo cteil he W0U( ,lot ,.,,,. wjU.
in Medford, October Ojout bringing in a deer, and . tbe
people as successfully supervla-
ilng the troop trains stopping here
to feed the draftees on their way
to the cantonments' during Ihe
Mrs. L. It. McClain of Seattle
and Mrs. I.. C. Ashby of Tacoma
left last night after spending the
past week 111 Ashland" with their
father, James Barrett.
Mru and Mrs. Mashburn and
Mrs. Mulllii of Edgewood were
Ashlund visitors yesterday.
Ceorge Culy came home yester
day from Rosebtirg whore be hud
been hunting for several days. On
leaving Ashlund Mr. Culy de-
Mr. and Mrs. Tabar of Sceptre,
Sask., Canada, are guests at tbe
Hotel Austin while stopping a
lew days In Ashland. '
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Curey are
starting housekeeping in their
home on Second street formerly
occupied by J. L. Bornthouse. The
latter has taken a house across
fact he Is back proclaims bis-success
without seolng the fine buck
he brought down.
Mrs. A. H. Davenhlll has re
turned to her home at Valley
View uftur spending two months1
' IV THERE IS SOMETHING VOC CAN' I'MK IX
Groceries or Fixtures
GET THEM NOW. MILL UK OI'EX THIS KVE.VIXO
$1 C0 adding machine ....$110.00
$50 worth of awnings 2B.00
3 good tables, each 5.00
2 bIiow cases, each , JO.OO
Good refrigerator ; IS-OO
Other things too numerous to mention.
STEARNS SELF SERVICE STORE
. No. 7 Main St., Opposite the Plaza
S. Pennlston, the well, known
landscape gardener who has been
employed In Grenada, Calif., for
the past yoar, is home for a few
R. C. Goodmnu and a party of
four, who have been hunting for
several duys out In the mountain
section, came in yesterday, each
with his full quoia of quail.
Fred Cochran, who has been'
nployed In Klamath Falls, camej
home toduy and will make an in
definite sojourn with his parents,
Mr. und Mrs. W. T. Cochran.
Mr. and Mrs. Hobart, the new
manugers for tbe Depot hotel, are
expected today to take charge. The
services of A. H. Pracht have been
secured as steward for this hotel,!
and he. also, assumes his duties
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Provost drove
down to Medford yesterday to pay!
a visit to their sister. Miss Viola
Provost, who is a student 'at St. i
Marys academy In that city.
Nick DeLean of Yreka, a for
mer well known tailor of this city,
Was over yesterday calling on old-
Clark Payne left the latter part is
of the week for Oakland to enter
the polytechnic school there for
the coming year. He will be with
ais brother, Homer Payne, this
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cochran en
tertained Evangelist Reynolds and'
wife and the quartette who are'
holding evangelistic servicos at;
Central Point, at their home on!
Avery street with a dinner Satur-i
Mrs. B. M. Wassou and daugh
ter Ursel left lust night for Port
land on an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Car
ter of Los Angeles Brrived last
evening on train 54 and will
spend the winter with the for
mer's sister, Mrs. B. M. Heath.
Mr. and Mrs. Carter have sold
their property In the south con
sisting of a ranch and town ho;ne,
and will loaf for a year, mean
while decide where they will next
M. J. Grisex aud George Brut-
lon of Klamath Falls were busi
ness Visitors In this city yester
day. Mr. aud Mrs. G. W. Loosloy left
U..' nii'ining foi Frit Klamath
to visit relatives and look after
business interests there.
William Kiusmier of Portland
arrived In Ashland this woek and
Ts a guest nt the home of J. Z. '
Wing of 501 Allison Btreet.
Ford Prices Before the War
In 1901-05 and 06, Ford Touring Cars sold for $2,00.0.00, F. O. B. Detroit.
The now price is $440.00, F. O. B. Detroit, and the present Ford cars are the best curs
the Ford Motor Compuliy ever made.
Regardless of 146,065 orders on file for hnmodlulo delivery and millions of dollars worth
of high priced raw matorial on hand, the new' Ford prices were fixed on a pro-war basis In an
effort to bring the business of the country aud the cost of living to normal again.
The war started In 1914. Compare the new Ford prices, now in effect, with the 19J4-15
. New 1920 1914-1913
Ford Prices Ford Prices
CHASSIS $36010 $410 00
RUNABOUT . $;195.00 $440 00
TOURING CAR $440.00 . $490.(10
8RDAN (with starter) , $795.00 y975.00 I w i I limit starter)
COUPE (with starter) ...1 ..$745.00 $750.00 without starter)
ALL T1IK APOVE PRICKS ARE F. O. B. DETROIT.
The new Ford prices are cut to the limit. The new Oregon allotment of 11 "ti Ford cars
per month assures you 01' reasonably prompt delivery.
You want one you NEED "one. place your order now and get one.
Ford and fordson Dealers Ashland, Oregon
"Every Oregon Driver Need 11 Ford Kudosed Cur."
Every type ol figure can be fitted
from our suit line. Tall or short
women of stout ImiUl can find their
kind here, and a really Jiigh class
See the special suit ofTgricps ihis
week at $29.75 $45.00 $55.00
$62.60 $67.50 $77.50. .
See the Special Offer
if you do not care to
knit your own.
Styles 'and Regular
Coat Sweaters, Speci
That was some coat 6a!e"last week.
We surely sold a lot of coats. We
have a lot more to pell at just as at
A complete stock of Ivory
just received, consisting of
mlrrora. combs, brushes, puff
boxes, hair receivers, Jewel
boxes, manlrure files, -buffers,
etc., ut reunonable prices. 'Malta
your selections whlel our stock
A new lino of Loose Leaf
Photo Albums, priced from
$1.00 to $5.00.
A m SUM
TA VCTvCLU- Sn b
$22.60 up, for new coats.
N especially large and fortunate purchase of Minerva Yarns enables
us to offer you lower than list prices on "all yarns. There is a yarn
for every purpose, and you surely can find any shade you desire, if you
come soon to select. See the window display.
60c Minerva Thistledown 49c Ball
65c Minerva Knitting Worsted 59c Ball
76c Minerva Germantown 69c Ball
75c Minerva Heatherdown v 69c Ball
80c Minerva Silk Mix 75c Ball
45c Minerva Shetland Floss 40c Ball
75c Minerva Zephyr Floss 69c Ball
75c Minerva Silk Zephyr 69c Ball
40c Minerva Saxony Worsted 36c Ball
75c Minerva Saxonette :. 69c Ball
65c Minerva Spanish Worsted 60c Ball
9X.30 Silk Hom, a.t8; tax pal.
2.A0 Hlik Horn, $2.89; Ul paid.
9U.3S Silk Fibre. $2.00
A good lino of wanted shade n.l
mo Yor kk
the new Coat wear wiling at new
low level pi-lorn?
liHtrT grt In soon
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