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About Ashland American. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-1927 | View This Issue
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Zino-pads rem o ve th e c a u s e -
pressing and rubbing o f shoes.
Dr. Scholl’s Zino-pads are medi
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D l S c h o ll's ■
Had You Heard It?
N ig h t o r D a y S ch o ol
B »«te ry
A rm ature W in d e r
House W iring
Mm h. Drafting
Archt. D rafting
P lan Rmidlng
W elding Acty.
Admirers of Bret
Harte Get Relics
M ark and Mail
This Coupon for ('o t a lo f
Put one on—the pain is gonel
A portable w riting desk presented
to Bret Harte, the American author,
by friends In England and used by him
until his death In ID*)“ , is included in
a group o f Intimate Harte association
Items, autographed first editions and
letters recently sold at auction in New
Th e objects belonged to
Mrs. Richard Bret Harte o f Los An
geles, for whose account they were
The desk, which folds Into n chest,
has a drop front and Is fitted with
compartments fur holding papers and
envelopes and four drawers. It was
used by H arte regularly In his Euro
pean period and many o f his later
tales.w ere written on It. Various per
sonal articles used by him, including
his silver pencil, pocket mirror, pho
tograph case, papercutter, locket, cult
links nnd cigarette i ml cigar cases,
also w ere sold.— New York Herald-
Smarting, scalding, sticky cy^s relieved
by morning if Homan E ye B alsam is used
when retiring. 372 Pearl St., N. Y. Adv.
O riginal P a c k a g e
The Ilfe-snving crew hnd Just pull««,
the man’s w ife out o f the surf nt Bal
boa beach. She was unconscious, res
cued while going down for the third
time, and the husband was consumed
“ Shall we apply artificial fesplra
tlon?” asked the life guard.
“ No," bellowed the trembling man.
“ She’s all I have, and I want you to
use the real th in g !"— Los Angeles
387 ElHs Street, aft Jones
O U TS ID E BOOM. P R IV A T E B A TH $2.00
S A N F R A N C IS C O ’ S N E W FINE H O TEL
Every room with bath or shower. $2.00 to $3.60.
Jones at Eddy.
Uuraye next door.
SELIG BROS., San Francisco
Have our local dealer take your measure for a
"Satisfaction Guaranteed” A L L -W O O L SUIT.
Prices to suit your purse.
H O T E L W IL T S H IR E , San Francisco
iBO fcitockton Ht.. m*ar Union Square,
11A K K Y BOY1.K Manager
d u lle r IBM)
Outside rooms a 1th bath, 92.00 »In gle,
Court rooms with bath, 92.00 single. 92.60 double.
B rea kfa sts 36c. 60c, 00c; lim ners fjftc; Sunday 91.00
used. Wheels, Rims,
A c c e s s o r i e s, etc.
W rile or calL
L IT T L E A U T O P A R T S CO.
7 0 1 G old en G ate A v o «
San F ra n c isc o
A POPULAR PRICE H O TE L
OF D ISTINC TION
Main Street, between Sixth and Seventh
Phone Faber 3840
LO S A N G ELES
700 R O O M S
300 rooms without bath ... .$1.50
200 rooms with private toilet $2.00
200 rooms with private bath $2.60
Good Garage Facilities
F ra t H ouse C h at
T ed — An unmarried woman wants
?ou on the phone.
Bill— How do you know she’s not
T ed — She said not to call you If
you are engaged.
W. N. U., PORTLAND, NO. 17-1927.
L a w s are not invented ; they grow
out o f circumstances.— Azarin*.
Oakland G. A. R. Veteran
and Wife Regain Health
Aged Couple, Suffering Acutely from Rheumatism, Neu
ritis and Indigestion, Find Quick and Permanent
Relief in T anlac and Praise It Highly
SH E L O ST P A IN T , TOO
With a B an g
F A M IL IA R W ITH D E C K S
Mary Ann— Please, rnt.’um, the old
stove has gone out.
Mistress— W ell, light it again.
Mary Ann— Sure and I can’t, ma’am.
It’s gone out through the roof.— St.
“ So you’ve got a Job in the hardware
store! I suppose It was partly because
Cop— "W h a t’« ><>ur w ife making you knew the boss?’’
“ Partly that, and partly because he
•uch a row about when there was
only some paint knocked off her auto didn't know me.’’— Good Hardware.
First Passenger— “ Is the captain of
mobile?" Hubby— “ W ell, you see she
the ship a good enrd player?" Second
D itto— “ Ought to be— he’s pretty fa
had some paint knocked off, too.
A fter the E xam s
-flo w Is your w ife making out at miliar with decks."
Stern M easure»
••She passed high In angel cake, hut
One of the F irst R e ad e rs
"Say, boy, what do you hear from
flunked In waffles."
Muriel— Miss Flderose la much older
your girl these days?"
"W e ll. I’ ve written her seven let
than I thought.
Frances— How do you know?
ters and no answer, so If I don’t hear
Time to Be Leary
from her pretty soon I ’m going to
Muriel— I asked her I f she had read
you suj>erstltlous, old man?"
break o ff corresponding with her. —
fables and she said she read
-Only when we have thirteen to
lunch and the store two miles away.” them when they first came o u t
The D ifference
Tom — H ow would you define tact?
A fter M arriage
Joe— W eil. If you tell a girl that
-Tour husbaud never seems to send
time stands still when you look In
yon flowers any more.
ber eyes, that’s tact. But If yor tell
"That s all right. He puts that
her that her face would stop t clock money Into Ufe Insurance."
*t Isn’t tact.
P ard on ed
W lllus— Say, mister, what’s your hi*:
Idea. Ton can’t take this girl home
She dated with me fo r the eve n in g'
Stranger— Oh, excuse me
her husband.— Cincinnati Times- Star
“ From the day I was fortunate
jnou.i. to line up with Tanlac,” says
Mr. Emil Langhans, ex-cavalryman
Mid retired customs official, “ it has
iep t my health and strength up to
lig h e s t standard.”
Flitting in his comfortable home at
2213 107th Avenue, Oakland, Calif.,
Mr. Langhans told howTanlachad re-
ouilt strength and vigor for himself
ind hischarming wife. “ Tanlac worked
wonders for my w ife,” he said. “ She
suffered from high blood pressure,
neuritis and general run-down condi
tion. Tanlac relieved her.
“ I had sciatic rheumat ism —suffered
for five years with i t —so that I could
sleep but little, on account of the pain.
Kidney trouble, indigestion ana loss
of appetite had reduced m y strength
to a low ebb.
“ Since taking Tanlac m y health, as
well as that of m> wife, has Ix-cn re
markable. Though I am retired, I
could resume my old work any time.-
N o rheumatism—nor kidney trouble
—ia past two years. I never miss an
opportunity to praise Tanlac."
( lid and young, from coast to coast,
unit« in praising this famous remedy
of nature. Made of roots, barks and
herbs, according to ths exclusive Tan
lac formula, it is an amaxing tonic
medicine. All go<sl druggists sell Tan
Get a bottle todayl Over 40
million bottles sold.
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scalp clean and Healthy and promotes
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