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ing the trip.
MTS. Buckner o f Hornhi
California is visiting at the I
Lew Hanson o f the o f her cousin Mrs. h . H. 8
Mr. J. W. Murray,|on East, Mam street this
her »liter, Mr». H. C. spary o f N . 1
Main street returned to her home
Mrs. Blake.-dey of Purdy,
mday accompanied Ly b<*r
shoe department at McGee’s souri has been visiting in thi
Ir .Mrj^ 'S*. Norri» •• > • *...i
store, and Mr. E. G. Harlan, sec-; with her sister Mrs. Calvin Smith
the winter w i U i her dau^- .t r.
j retary o f the Chamber o f Com Mrs. Blakeley will leave Wedne*
Oregon, a* Second Clam
ed at the Pot
Mr*, kux Ge Hauer dan „.iter merce took a motor trip to the day for visits in California, Texas,
s o f March 3, 1879
Oma and son Harold o f Medford ! Applegate on Sunday. On their re- and Oklahoma-on her way home.
M .n bcr STATE ED ITO RIA L ASSO CIATIO N
whire Ashland visitors Monday at- ’ turn, they stppped at the museum
Mr. and Mr*. A. Marske who
Member N A TIO N A L E D ITO R IA L A SSO CIATIO N
: at Jacksonville, and visited many
were visiting friends here la»? *
interesting old places.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon.« of Oberlin
week have returned to their home
Mrs. Greenwood of Beach st
N o w i* the tame to ha ve your
is rep< irted to be quite serio
C lo th e* cleaned and pressed. Paul-
A motor party composed of Mr. in Punsmuir. Mrs. Tolman accorr.-
( . rey has already taken possession i • r r u d ’s.
j and Mrs. A. E. Kinney, Mr. and puniad them home for a short \ i«-
'■f hi» new home and Mr. and Mr». |
Mrs. G. G. Eubanks. Mr. and Mr*. it. Both thd Marske family and
— Red e aned Rye, Gray 0)aN. i
One hundred packages, sowing
Simons are visitng
D « Wagn<T and Mr. and Mrs. Mr*. Tollman were former resi
Vetch Reed. Order Henry Fc.rd»’
machine needle s,
for at the home o f their son-in-law,
H. Pay. left Ashland, early dent* o f Ashland. Mr. and
Ammonium Sulphate now.
makes, old stly e, Come and get
Jack Powell on B street.
Marske now live
spring delivery and »avo $10 per
them, they are free. W. J. Lane,
Mrs. John Harvey o f Santa An
they I where Mr. Marske is employed bv
Jeweler, 150 Main Street.
na, California who visited relatives
spent Saturday and Sunday night. i the Southern Pacific Company.
Ash. F. & Pro Assn.
39-tf in Ashland the past week, ha» re -1 Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kockfellow On Sunday morning they drove to Mr*. Tolioann resides in SaVm.
are leasing Tuesday morning by Crescent City to spend the day, - The Parent Teachers Assoria-
Mrs. Charles Wiiner o f Sc*»nie turned home.
motor fo r an extended trip east. ¡caving there Momlay for the re-jtion met at the Junior High sch
Drive was a patient at Community - DELICIOUS TA M A LES, M A D E '
They will go north to Portland, turn trip home. They report a most I today. The Eight. A ’» were in the
hospital a few day» recently.
BY MRS. POW ELL, E A T THEM Seattle and Spokane, and then on
delightful trip, and fine weather! lead Monday -vening in the mem
T H E M east to Chicago. They will visi' a
Kay Perry o f 1st street who has HF.RE
They covered nhout 500 miles dur- bership drive.
been quite ill the past two weeks,
in able to be up now.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Perry and ,
Mr». Charles Hasley of B street Mr. and Mr.-. Allen Perry, o f Cali-;
'J J J J .j! 1 ■; ■„
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was calling on friends on .Meade fonia, are visiting thei mother and
other relatives in Ashland. Jesse
street Friday afternoon.
Carl Swenson and family o f Perry and family are also here for
Medford, were Ashland visitors the benefit o f Mr. Perry’s health,
they are from California also.
Rally Day at
Church lias been
two weeks owing to
restrictions now in
The W. C. T. U. ludies will hold
postponed for their meeting this week with Mrs.
the quarantine Lulu Howard o f Gresham street,
This is a social meeting and all lad-
A beautiful array o f colors in this fine material.
When you see it you will appreciate the exception
Kverfast Super Broadcloth in many new shades
that has sold regularly at $1.50 the yard. This won
derful material is an unusual saving at our special
Beautiful colors in Shantone Fineweave that has
sold regularly at 85c the yard. This fine material
has many uses and is an exceptional value at this
Many pretty colors in checked super Gingham.
This is fast color material that has sold regularly at
6'.»c the yard. Now is your chance to make fine
house dresses and aprons at an unusual saving.
EVERFAST LINEN ^ Q C
Watch This Space For Cornimi
A regular $1.25 fast color linen o f extra fine
quality that will make wonderful dresses for house
or street wear.
69c *nd 89'
fine quality Flannel in good colors and pat- \
that ha* sold regularly at (1.00 and $1.19 the
Now i> the time to save money on vour winter
CORDUROY ROBING 6 9 e
Wednesday and Thursday
Beb? Daniel* in
"SWIM GIRL SW IM ”
$ i is
Many beautiful colors and pattern» in plain and
printed corduroy robing tha* has sold regularly at
**8c and $1.69 the yard. Save money and buy this
material now at thi* great saving.
EVERFAST DRAPERY C Q C $1 .98
Friday and Saturday
The Dempsey Tunney Fight Pictures
market f o r the choicest *tock end poultry
BOMK I '
Price $ 1
This is just the kind o f material you will like
to make curtain o f for your windows. Wise and
thrifty buyers will appreciate this wonderful value.
2 9 e .nd 4 9 c
Regular 46c to 69c fast color Cretonnes in a
score o f beautiful patterns that will make pretty-
hanging* and coverings.
Beautiful shades in Everfast Suiting that will
make fine house and school dresses. This is an un
usually low prict and will be a big saving to you. *
These Kalburnie Gingham will make excellent
dresses, aprons and rompers. There Is a wide var
iety o f colors Hnd patterns and you will not be
able to appeciate this value until you see it.
FANCY OUTING 1 7 C
Satin Crepe that we have sold regularly at $3.45
and $3.75 a yard arc a great saving at *his ex
tremely law price.
CREPE-de-CHINE % \ .49
A very fine quality material that will make beau
tiful party and evening dresses at an unusual sav
GEORGETTE CREPE $1 .49
A beautiful array o f new fall color» and pat
terns. This material will make wonderful dresses
FLAT CREPE $1 .95
Regular «2.50 Flat Crepe for beautiful dresses
that you will be proud to wear for any party.
SATIN CREPE $ 2 1»
Many beautiful colors in Satin Crepe that has
sold regularly at $2,95 a yard. This extra fine qual
ity material is a great saving at such a low price.
SATIN CREPE $ 0 1 9
S in n e r , beautiful Satin Crepe that is a regular
*4.50 value is marked for this sale at this extreme
ly low* price. This is such an unusual value that it
for winter street wear.
FANCY WORSTEDS $1 .95
Regular $3.75 striped an,I fanev worsted for
winter dresses This material is 54 inches wide and
priced extremely low.
COATINGS $ 1 . 9 5
Fancy all wool 56-inch coatings at a gieat sir.
ing during this special event.
1 7 c *nd2 1 c
Regular 27-inch Daisy Cloth at a price that vou
will appreciate. This heavy weight Outing Flannel
i» »n exceptional saving at this special price.
Regular 98c Baronette Satin in all the new Fall
Shades. This is a wonderful material for makine
slips. The price at this sale is most unusual.
Fine heavy quality 36-inch Fancy Outing Flan
nel that i* an exceptional value at this special price.
27 and 36 inch DAISY CLOTH
New and beautiful shade* in this material that
has sold regularly at $1.45 a yard is an exceptional
value at such an unusual price.
W O O L CHALLIE
Kverfast and Peter Pan Prints in scores o f new
shades and patterns that have sold regularly, from
50c to 65c a yard. These Prints are unusual values
ami you will want to select many yards from these
Crepe de Chine and Spun Silk
A large and beautiful »election o f Drapery ma
Here ia another fine material at an unusual sav-
terial that ranges in width from 36 to 50 inches.
ing that will make beautiful dresses to complete
This is a very fine quality material and has sold
regularly from 75c to $2.65 a yard. Now is the time
to dress up your room* for w-inter at these great ! will not last long so you had better come early for
NEWSHEEN TWILL % ^A 9
00 H» a tiv
« i / llT
r ' jl material
T * i!! ,hat
a »old regular at
will h“ make
you an ex-
cellent dress at a great saving.
W O O L CASHMERE
All Wool Batiste and
>n 36-inch and
39-inch width that have
yard, are a «reat
saving at ^ h T ^ L » • I -4* ■_
Fin* quality and good
Broadcloth that ia a regu’. r £ h‘ x 5°.-infh
excellent material for « ,nT;* * ? 75 va,ue- This an
w<nter dresses at an unus-
Tim McCoy and Claire Windsor in
Peter B Kynes
‘Where you and Economy Meet”
Regular 89c and $1.19 Curtain Nets in 36 and
45 inch widths. Now is the time to re-curtain your
windows or buy curtains for the new home.
A fine assortment o f Marquisette o f extra good
weight and quality. Thrifty Shopper» will buy this
material fast at our extremely low price.
° A r - DFPOSIT
New shade* and patterns in this material that
has been a wonderful seller at 50c a yard. At our
special price it is an exceptional .saving.
This beautiful fine quality fast color material
( hat has been sold regularly at 75c and 85c the
yard is an unusual saving at this special low price.
C O M M E R C IA L - SAVINGS
:c a n d g 5 c
Farm er* and Stockmen are requested to cell, a* I am in the
MARQUISETTE J g C AND 2 J ) C
F irst N ational B ank
:'>T 01 MEATS AND PO U LTRY K E PT IN THE
BEST OF CONDITION BY
RAYON CURTAIN NETS
PRINTED VOILES AND
Jackson County is a fertile field for
the realization o f every-day visions
for . progress. In this
achievement this bank has its ow n vis
ion o f helpful every-dav service, the
realization o f which has had a contin
uing influence upon the progress o f this
section since early Ashland days.
LAST SATUR D AY W A S THE OPENING OF McGEE’S GREAT EXPANSION SALE AND WE ARE EXCEPTIONAL
LY W ELL PLEASED WITH THE W A Y THE PEOPLE RESPONDED. SCORES OF PEOPLE TOOK ADVANTAGE OF
THE GREAT SAVINGS THAT W E HAVE OFFERED. THIS IS ONE OF THE GREATEST VALUE GIVING EVENTS
THAT HAS EVER TAKEN PLACE IN ASHLAND AND IT IS OUR DESIRE TO SEE EVERYONE IN THIS COM
MUNITY BENEFIT FROM THIS SALE. EVEN AFTER THE U N U SU A L BUSINESS ON SATURDAY THERE ARE
STILL SCORES OF EXCEPTIONAL VALUES LEFT FOR THOSE W H O WERE UNABLE TO COME IN ON THE OP
ENING DAY. REMEMBER THIS STOCK IS ALL NEW CLEAN MERCHANDISE AND WE ARE MERELY SELLING
IT AT EXTREMELY LO W PRICES BECAUSE W E ARE GOING TO DISCONTINUE THIS DEPARTMENT IN FAV
OR OF OTHER LINES OF MERCHANDISE.
A fine selection o f beautiful fast colors .This is
a regular 75c Voile and thrifty shopper* will buy
many yards at this special price.
To realize a vision is the happy result
of faith that one’s vision can be realiz
ed— when a full measure o f persistent
effort is applied.
Endcr* Block A.hland, O reg on
One should always remember that
the greatest progress has come be
cause someone had a vision. Colum
bus sailed westward because he had a
vision. “ Visionaries” invented the tele
graph, telephone, radio, airplane— and
many other marvels o f the age.
Esther Ralston and Neil Hamilton in
T E N MODERN COMMANDENTS”
W OMEN S W E A R - A N D J d R ^ O O D S
1 4 2 EA S T M A IN S T
A S H LA N D , ORE
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