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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1927)
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lamb are >ient]y has secured a Canadian pat San Francisco recently purr|
Sun Gold Rabbitry shipped two
fine New Zealand Red bucks to a leaving today for Gervis, Oregon, ent on a novel comb
W>© o f the illuminated •'a rt«t'
where they will reside during the ment.
party in California this week.
sign* o f her design. Many otW
Mr. and Mrs. Schroeder, o f the
The California State Automo
The local unit of the County winter months on their
«tie s over the entire coast a.
Fifteen Cent Store in Ashland
They plan to return to this city bile association and the California now installing them.
visitor* at the home of Mr.
Supervisor o f City and Counties
entertained at the home o f the again next spring.
Mrs. Carter, accompanied u
Mrs. Oscar Martin of thii dis-
A. L. Lamb reports the sale o f has recommended her traffic sig her husband, are leaving ^
TALENT NEWS NOTES
last Wednesday afternoon. A good his property at 787 Iowa street, nale and signs, and the city of for their home in San “
Mr. and Mrs. Brack, vho are
was present and plans formerly occupied by Harry Sil
«•siting at the home of Mrs.
for the autumn’s ver, to H. D. McNair, the sale of
■rack's aunt and uncle, Mr. and
a lot on Alaska street to Mrs. J.
Mrs. W. B. Porter o f Eugene work.
Mrs. G. H. Williams of Belleview
H. Sugg, and the lease o f property
«■joyed a trip to Crater Lake last
Mrs. E. A. Lacey o f Oregon City : enjoyed a motor trip to Crescent at 74 Granite street to J. B. Buell
arrived Tuesday by motor. T h ey, City and return last week.
o f Myrtlecreek.
Mr. and Mrs. Brack will extend
are visiting at the J. F. Webster , Mr. W. Krug of Ashland was
William Brown, formerly of
•heir visit at the Williams home
and R. C. Logan homes. They came in Talent Saturday soliciting in the this city was in Ashland yesterday
by way o f Crater Lake and will j interests of the Register.
visiting with his family. Mr,
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Dennis gave
T he Q u a l it y S t o r e
visit the Oregon Caves before re
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lowe Mr. Brown is employed by the S. P.
• dancing party at the Bellview
turning home. Mrs. Porter is a and Mrs. G. F. Hamilton. Mr. and at Klamath Falls.
«tab house last Saturday evening.
sister o f Mr. Webster’s.
The dance was given in honor of
Mrs. Will Reed and family and DANCE!
C. W. Long went to Butler Falts F. L. Holdridge were among those JACKSON SPRINGS SAT NITE.
-gmests who are visiting at the Den-
Wednesday where he will be em who transacted business in Med- j Mr. and Mrs. Ben Forsythe and
mis home in Ashland, and had
ployed by city of Medford at the ford last Friday.
J«"t returned from Crater Lake.
children Rachael and Jack, are
Captain and Mrs. Frank Moore,
Butte Spring Camp.
Brotherhood who have been visiting
Mr. F. L. Holdridge and Clar- spending their vacation at
Mrs. Emma Howell of Niles. ence and their guests Mr. and I Lake of the Woods. They have a
Ledge of Ashland again held Moore’s mother. Mrs. S. J. Evans,
Ohio, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harry Burkle of Hollywood, cabin at the Lake o f the Woods |
•heir lodge meeting at the club and are now in San
house, Thursday, August 18. Af California, are expected home in J. F. Webster Tuesday and Wed Calif., fished last Saturday on and will remain a week or ten I
nesday of last week.
Rogue River at the mouth o f But days.
DANCE AT HILT, AUGUST 27th a few days. After spending a few
Two families have moved into ler creek.
Phonographs repaired Fixit Shop
the Sleppy house on the Highway
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Saltmarsh
NEW FRENCH WOOL CHALLIES
and will remain during the fruit o f Little Applegate visited Sun
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day at the G. F. Hamilton home.
Mr. and Mrs. Chapin who were
M„ A Howard and daughter "caution” and a circular “ go”
25 new patterns to select from make your $ i
employed at the Suncrest Orchard* Betty
¡„ Talent that is entirely different from any 1
on now for the girls School Dresses
last year returned to Talent last last Friday calling on friends.
other like machine. Psychologic
week and are living In Mrs. Ed.
o f the three
Mr. Steiwer o f the Underwood ally the shape
19 E Main
. ,i« iioase.
| Typewriter company was in Tal- are very effective. The triangu
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Manning and
lar “ stop” Mrs. Carter has ar
j ent last Monday.
son of Grangville, Ida., who have
with flashing lights that
Mr. Floyd Goodrich called on his
I been touring in California and
j neice, Mrs. E. E. Evans, last Sun- carry out the idea o f a policeman
3 Lb. Climax Cotte
Nevada arrived in Talent Wednes-, .
| day evening. He was en
route signalling with arms outstretched,
MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE Per lb........ 48c
day o f last week and spent two
i from Banff Canada to his home in The “ caution” part denotes tb in
days with their nephew and fam
tersection o f two thoroughfares,
Long Beach, Calif.
ily Mr. and Mrs. Everette Boone.
| and the green “ go” , with revolv
SIDE BACON Per lb.................................... 42c
Full comfort size $1
They left Friday for Idaho.
ing lights, resembles bo moving
Mr. T. E. Boone, Sr., arrived
wheel of an automobile.
BACK BACON Per lb................................... 32c
Saturday from Columbia City to
| Methodist Episcopal Church
visit his son, Everett Boone.
be much easier i nder-t<od than
| North Main and Laurel Sts.
SHORTENING 2 lb«....................................... 35c
Mr. Allen Proctor is reported
the ordinary still typo, and for
fuil size each.
H. F. Pemberton, Pastor
as very seriously ill and Mrs. Proc
contrast on the reverse side of h-r
tor is somewhat improved. Both
Morning worship at 11 o’clock. exhibition signal she lias a dupli
have had pneumonia.
Sermon subject: "W ho Shall Sep cate arrangement illuminated with
Mrs. Silvia Stock well of Aber
arate Us From the Love
of immovable lights.
deen, Wash., is exported Sunday
PORK AND BEANS 3 f o r ......................... 25c
The signal is also equipped with
81x90 PULLA WAY SHEETS
for a visit with he. sister. Mrs.
Evening worship at 8. Subject: a large bell that warns the motor
L. O. Pen land.
“ I Heard the Voice if Jesus." An ists o f changing traffic.
The Lee Carvor family
This signal is construct'd o f j
other o f the Great Hymns of the
A good quality Sheet at an unusua ll J
Betha Edasundson motored over Church.
heavy materials, and made at
on Littl* Applegate Saturday a f
low price, rot filled.
Sunday School for yon and
ternoon and spent Sunday pick your family at 9:46.
Simplicity is the keynote of
Epworth League for young
Mr. Harry H. Lowe of Talent people at 6:46.
Mrs. Carter’s success. It has b'ou
and Mr. Carl Althouse of Med
Prayer meeting Wedneeday ev- ernbodi,,d both in the const ructio-
ford spent the week end at Cres
ADVANCE SHOWING OF THE NEW
in at 7-30
° f h e r varlous traM c devices and
cent City, Calif.
e n Come with’ ua sext Sunday to in ‘ h' ir W cholngical significance.
Mrs. G. F. Hamilton. Mrs. H. H • hi* homelike church. You will be,
>* nece^ary in
Lowe, and Miss Ella Hamilton heartily welcomed and made to dealm*
the traffic problem
wrere luncheon guests at the hom. feel at home. Strangers and vis-1 “ one °* Mrs- Cart" ’> beliefs, and
of Mrs. C. Althouse in Medford
itors especially welcome. Come as 8 * pre Ic*s ^ at a standard code
54 inch Novelty Flannels, priced $1.98 to
in schools and
Mr. Harold Milner of Klamath
1 on the screen. Standardization of
$3.48 yard. 40 inch all wool crepe a fine
Falls was a dinner guest at t)i< n________________________________ _ I traffic regulations throughout the
quality light weight cloth in the new fall
home o f Mr. and Mrs, A. Wolter-
United States and other countries (
man last Sunday.
M. S. Woodworth, Pastor
I Mrs. Carter is thought to be the
coloi*s priced yard at $2.25
Forty-one callers were register
ed at the Sun Gold Rabbitry this
only woman in the United States ,
Sabbath School 9:46.
who is working with traffic inven-! ;F,
Miss Etta Kirkpatrick o f Med
tions, and has been given credit |t$
LARGE S IZ E ...........................................38c
ford is spending a few days with
many national magazines and
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday at
NEW FALL STYLES IN WOMENS
her sister. Mrs. Guy Hamilton.
8 : 00 .
SMALL S IZ E .......................................... 15c
The "Crater Lake" Camp Fire
Note: Where can yeu go k> re
COATS AND DRESSES
Girls o f Talent are planning a fine
ceive a warmer welcome and a years with traffic d-vices o f var
exhibit o f their work to be shown
greater blessing than to church? ious kinds, taking interest in this
at the Grange fair this fall.
The Christian Sabbath is one of work when she first began driv ¡
Mr. Harvey Lowe, Mgr., o f the
Now on Display. It is a pleasure for us to
Gods gift* to you; a day to recall ing an automobile.
H a* O t h e r P a t e n t a
once more His resurrection from
show these nev garments. Come in and
Her genius does not stop with
the dead. Is this worth while to
you? Do you care? Do you? Well,
see them !
ed and patented several other
next Sunday will tell.
things, and at the present time
has nine patents pending. She re-
Second and A
ter teh regular business meeting,
the social hour was held and light
refreshments were served.
Mr. Charles Warner, who is
living in the old normal building
is this district, and attendng the
Harold Ashby, a normal stud-
went to Klamath Falls last week.
Mr. Ashby went to see Mr. Fred
Peterson, Superintendent of the
Klamath County Schools, inquir
ing of the possibilities of a posi
tion in the Klamath
schools which are operated un
der the county unit system.
George King was visiting in
Bellview recently with his mother
and father, Mr. and Mrs. Kupus
King and his little daughter Beryl,
who is living with her grand par
more days with his mother Cap
tain Moore and his wife will re
turn to Eugene where Mr. Moore
is an instructor at the University
of Oregon in Military Science.
Lowest Prices on
New Fall Merchandise
HERBERT’ S GROCERY
Fine For These Cool Mornings
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Communion Service 11:00 a
Morning Sermon 11:15 a. m.
C. E. Prayer Meeting* 7 :00 p.
Evening church service*
Come worship with ua.
Fir»t Presbyteriau Chnrck
With Illuminated Bulletin
The Rev. Engvnld Iverson. Sun
day School Missionary will speak
at the morning servic«, at thia
the last Sunday o f the Pastors va
cation. Bible School at 9:46 a. m.
Christion Endeavor Society meet
ing at 7:00 P. M. There will be
I no evening service.
CHURCH OF THE
Corner o f Iowa street and Moun
tain Avenue have rerular service
••ch Sunday as follow*:
Sunday school at 10 « ’deck.
Supt Mr*. A. C. tree tie.
Preaching a t 11 « ’clock.
meeting at 7 o’clock. Mr* Ray
Preaching again at S o’clock.
The public is cordially invited to
A. J. ELLENBERr.FR
DANDY GOOD OVERALLS AT 98c
WORK SHIRTS AT 49c
GENUINE THOMPSON SHOES AT $2.25
(Some Six«« already Sold Out)
CLASSY PATTERN SWEATERS 1-3 OFF -
FANCY BLAZER SHIRTS AT 1-3 OFF
50c SOX AT 19c PAIR