The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19??, October 10, 1927, Page Page 3, Image 3

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    ASHLAND REGISTER
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The Register’s News
of Community Interest
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TALENT NEWS
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Mr. G. L. Bullen of the Talent |
Service Station motored to Sams |
At the regular meeting of the Valley and return Wednesday of
school board was held Monday ev­ last week.
ening, a discussion of the infantile Neil Spiers who, spent the past j
paralysis situation and the ad­ two months working at Calview in I
visability of closing the school was Eastern Oregon returned home
taken up and decided that the Wednesday evening of last week. |
school would continue and that all Mr. Croft instructor of the Ash­
students must stay away from ad­ land school band was at the Tal­
joining cities and off the streets in ent
Wednesday last seeing
Talent only when going and com­ about school
a band from the
ing from school. No Infantile Par­ Talent organizing
and
Phonix
schools.
alysis cases have been reported in
Billia
Glenn
recently
had his
the vicinity of Talent.
tonsils
and
adnoids
removed
and
Mr. Everett Boone left Satur­
Glenn has been quite ill
day evening for Columbia City Louise
after receiving a wire that his with the mumps.
father t . T. Boone had died that The Copco Comapny unloaded
morning of a paraletic stroke. He three more carloads of light poles
returned Monday accompanied by near the Tulent depot last week.
his step mother bringing the re­ The Co., have several men here
mains to Tulent. Mr. Stock of Ash­ that will set a new line of poles
land took charge of the body. The from Prospect to Copco.
funeral was held at the f M. E. Mrs. Denham ana Frank ac­
companied Mrs. Denhams son
Church at 2:00 p. m. Tuesday.
Mrs. H. B. Mye spent Friday Lloyd Turner and family as far
afternon with Mrs. Wesley Vcgeli. as Castella, Calif., on their return
home to Oakland, Monday of
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Melott who trip
last
week spending three days at
came from Colorado and spent the Castella
and fishring. Mrs.
summer in W ashington spent Mon­ Denham hunting
and
Frank
day at the G. F. Hamilton home. Wednesday evening. returned home
Mrs. Ed. Robispn of W agner Mr. and Mrs. Chapin and fam ­
creek and Mrs. L. Brown were call­ ily are moving from the Keith
ers at the home o’P Mrs. J. Ferrill property to the Suncrest to take
Monday.
charge of the boarding house.
Mr. J. D. Eaton of Medford call­ Mr. Otto Rosander is on the
ed at the Wesley Vogeli home sick list this week.
Sunday.
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Dareld Beckwith of Klamath
Mr. Wesley Vogeli was a busi­ Falls, Alta H art and Bessie Con­
ness caller in Medford last Satur­ nor were Sunday dinner guests of
day.
Miss Ella Hamilton.
Mrg. Ed. Chaplin of Leeth Nate Hamilton whoh as been in
bridge, Alberta, Canada arrived Central Point will make his home
Tuesday to attend the funeral of this winter with his brother Mr.
her G randfather, Mr. E. T. Boone. G. F. Hamilton.
Mrs. Chaplin will spend the re­ Mrs. A. T. Gall and son and
mainder of the week at the home Mrs. Morris of Medford called on
of her uncle Mr. Everette Boone. Mrs. Hanscomb at the Wm. Glein
G. L. Bullen motored to Klam­ home on W agner creek on Wed­
nesday of last week.
ath Falls on Thursday,
The school board at a meeting Dan Combs of W agner creek is
last week employed A. C. Mahony reported very ill and in a critical
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to remodel the assembly hall in condition.
the high school. A partition is to Mrs. O. L. Lindley and Mrs.
be put in the room and make a Chas. Holdridge spent the after­
separate typew riting room. The noon at the home of Mrs. C. E.
seats in the assembly will be re­ Clemens last Saturday.
arranged in order to get the light Mrs. Geo. Dodson of Castella,
at the proper angle. Also a new Calif., who is a guest of Mrs.
teacher, Miss Mildred Beeson has Turner of Ashland spent Satur­
been hired to assist Mrs. Lillian day afternoon with Mrs. Turner's
Scott in the primary room. Owing sister Mrs. Cora Denham.
to the large number of pupils it Mr. and Mrs. John White of
is necessary to divide the first and Medford visited at the home of
second grades.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reams at their
Mrs. Geo. C arter and Mrs. Ev­ summer home on W agner creek
erett Beeson, teachers in the Med­ Monday.
ford schools are at home during Mr. J. S. Spitzer is reshingling
the closing of the Medford schools. his building on the highway pre­
Mr. Frank Muncer sold his vul­ paratory ta Mr. A. 7'. M ahaa’~
canising business to Mr. Oral moving in.
Franklin of the Quality Service Mr. H. E. Bowman who has
Station and has bought a wood been in poor health for some
ranch on Coleman creek. They months has been gro wing worse
the past week. Alec Bowman will
moved on the ranch Friday.
Mr. Wm. Wood of, Keno, Ore., take his father’s place on the ru r­
visited at the home of his cousins al route until he is again able to
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Long over the be out.
Glasgo Straten and Chas Petrie
week end.
Mr. and Mrs. John Beeson and returned from a hunting trip on
son Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Frank 1 W bgner Butte Tuesday evening
M arguess and Mrs. C. W. Long with a fine buck.
were Ashland shoppers last Sat­ Mr. and Mrs.' Louie Brown and
family who have resided in Talent
urday.
Earle Edmundson had the mis­ for the past eighteen years are
fortune to fall while playing foot­ moving to Ashland next Saturday
ball . on the schood grounds last Mr. Brown was in the grocery
Friday afternoon and fractured business here for a num ber of
the s. me bone about three inches fears, selling his business to Thos.
Hill now of Ashland. Their many
above the foot.
Earle Simmons proprietor ofi friends are sorry to have them
Pumpkin Center is sending two leake and wish them all success
tons of apples twice a week to in their new surroundings.
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Great Expansion Sale!
This is the first of a series of three big events which are going to take place in this
store during the month of October. We are going to discontinue the handling of Dry
Goods and will close out our entire stock of this merchandise at extremely low prices be­
tween now and November First. The next event will be announced in about ten days.
Be sure and watch this paper tor the announcement, lor it will bring you a real message
Remember this sale starts on Saturday morning!
VOILE
ROBE FLANNEL 6 9 e .nd 89'
3 9 ‘
A beautiful array of colors in fine quality Voile.
This material has sold regularly at 50c a yard and
at this special price is a big saving.
EVERFAST VOILE
55*
A fine selection of beautiful fast colors. This is
a regular 75c Voile and thrifty shoppers will buy
many yards ut this special price.
PRINTED VOILES AND DIMITIES
3 9 c
New shades and patterns in this material that has
been a wonderful seller at 50c a yard. At our spe­
cial price it is an exceptional saving.
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L1NGERE CHECKS
3 9 c
Every woman and girl likes pretty underthinf*
and here is your chance to get them at an unusual
saving.
NAINSOOK CHECKS
1 9 c
White and colored Nainsook Checks of extra
fine quality m aterial that has sold regularly at 25c
a yard. This is a big value a t our special price.
WHITE VOILES £ 9 C and 4 9 C
This is a beautiful fine quality material that has
sold regularlyat 45c and G.r>c a yard. It will make
many pretty things and at the price is an exception­
al value.
HANDKERCHIEFS LINEN
$1
.19
A beautiful extra fine quality white linen that
will mnke pretty handkerchiefs for Christmas gifts.
Buy what you will need now at this extrem ely low
price.
FLAXON
3 9 ‘
W hite Flaxon in pluin, checked and striped ma­
terial. This is n very fine quality and has sold reg­
ularly at 50c to 65c the yard.
SATEEN
25*
A regular .",5c and 39c Sateen in beautiful colors
and fine quality material. Here Is an opportunity
to save money at this special low price.
EVERFAST SATEEN
4 9 (
This beautiful fine quality fast color material
that has been sold regularly at 75c and 85c the yard
is an unusual saving at this special low price.
TABLE LINEN *2 39
Many beautiful patterns in 72 inch white table
linen that has sold regularly at $3.50 the yard.
You will want enough of this fine material for
several table cloths at this extremey low price.
COTTON CHARMEUSE 4
9 ‘
A beautiful array of colors in this fine material.
When you see it you will appreciate the exceptional
value.
BROADCLOTH
9 8 ‘
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
low price.
SHANTONE 5
9 ‘
Beautiful colors in Shantono Fineweave that has
sold regularly at H5c the yard. This fine material
has many uses and is an exceptional value at this
low price.
SUPER GINGHAM 4 9 '
Many pretty colors in checked super Gingham.
T his is fast color m aterial that has sold regularly
at 69c the yard. Now it your chance to make fine
house dresses and aprons at an unusual saving.
EVERFAST LINEN -7QC
A regular $1.25 fast color linen of extra fine
quality that will make wonderful dresaes for house
or street wear.
PRINTED OUTING Q O C
Beautiful shades and patterns in fine heavy qual­
ity outing Flannel. This material will make fin#
sleeping garm ents for these cold nights.
FLAT CREPE
A fine quality Flennel in good colors and pat­
terns that bus sold regularly at $1.00 and $1.19 the
yard. Now is the time to save money on your win­
ter Bath Robe.
KIMONA CREPE
2 5 c
Many colors in Serpintine Kiniona Crepe that wRl
make very pretty dressing robes. This is an unus­
ual saving.
CORDUROY ROBING g 0 C , $ |.i 9
Many beautiful colors and patterns in plain and
printed, corduroy robing that has sold regularly ut
98c and $1.69 the yard. Save money and buy this
material now at this great saving.
EVERFAST DRAPERY g 0 C, $ J 9 8
A large and beautiful selection of Drapery ma­
terial that ranges in width from 36 to 50 inches.
This is very fine quality material and has sold reg­
ularly from 75c to $2.66 a yard. Now is the, time
to dress up your rooms for winter at thesei great
savings.
RAYON CURTAIN NETS
6 5 c AND 8 5 c
Regular 89c and $1.19 Curtain Nets in 36 and 45
inch width. Now is the time to re-curtain your win­
dows or buy curtains for the new home.
MARQUISETTE J g C AND
2 9
C
A fine assortment of M arquisette of extra good
weight and quality. Thrifty Shoppers will buy this
material fnst at our extremely low price.
CURTAIN NET
6 9 (
This is just the kind of m aterial you will like
to make curtains of for your windows. Wise and
thrifty buyers will appreciate this wonderful value.
PRINTS
3 9 '
Kverfast and Peter Pan Prints in scores of new
shades and patterns that have sold regularly from
50c to 65c a yard. These Prints are unusual values
and you will want to select many yards from these
beautiful pieces.
CRETONE
2 9 c *nd 4 9 '
Regular 45c and 69c fast color Cretonnes in a
wore of beautiful patterns that will make pretty
, hangings and coverings.
EVERFAST SUITING 3 9 '
Beautiful shudes in Kverfast Suiting that will
make fine house and school dresses. This is an un­
usually low price and will be a big saving to you.
GINGHAMS
15*
These Kalburnie Ginghams will make excellent
dresses, aprons und rompers. There is a wide var­
iety of colors and patterns and you will not be able
to appreciate this value until you see it.
FANCY OUTING 1 7 c
Fine heavy quality 36-inch Fancy Outing Flan­
nel that is an exceptional value at this special price.
27 and 36 inch DAISY CLOTH
1 7 c *“ * 2 1 c
Regular 27-inch Daisy Cloth at a price that you
will appreciate. This heuvy weight Outing Flannel
is an exceptional saving at this special price.
CREPE-de CHINE $ *|‘ .49
A very fine quality m aterial that will make beau­
tiful party and evening dresses at an unusual sav­
ing._______________________________________________
GEORGETTE CREPE $ 1 .49
Here is another fine material at an unusual sav­
ing that will make beautiful dresses to complete
vour wardrobe.
TABLE LINEN $£.75 to $ 9 .75
All White pure linen Table Cloths and Napkins
to match that are unusual values. They have sold
regularly from $8.60 to $14.50 a set. Some of these
*ets have mix napkins and some have twelve. The
Cloths range in size from 48x68 inches to 70x108
inches nnd the napkins range fro m20x20 inches to
22x22 inches.
.95
Regular $2.50 Flat Crepe for beautiful dresses
that you will be proud to wear for any party.
SATIN CREPE
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2 ‘9
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 $ 2 »5
Skinners beautiful Satin Crepe that is a regular
$4.60 value is marked for this sale at this extrem e­
ly low price. This is such an unusual value that it
will notl ast long so you had better come early for
your selection.
Crepe de Chine and Spun Silk 9 8 c
New and beautiful shades in this m aterial that
has sold regularly at $1.46 a yard la an exceptional
value at such an unusual price.
BARONETTE SATIN
6 9 '
Regular 98c Baronette Satin in all the new Fall
Shades. This ia wonderful m aterial for making slips.
The price at this sale is most unusual.
SATIN CREPE
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Satin Crepe that we have sold regularly at $3.45
and $3.75 a yard are a great saving at this ex­
tremely low price.
WOOL CHALL1E
9 8 '
A beautiful array o f’new fall colors snd patterns.
This material will make wonderful dresses for win­
ter street wear.
FANCY WORSTEDS $ 1 .9 5
Regular $3.75 striped and fancy worsted for
winter dresaes. This material is 54 inches wide and
priced extremely low.
COATINGS
.95
Fancy all wool 56-inch coatings at a great sav­
ing during this special event.
NEWSHEEN TWILL $ £ .4 9 “
Beautiful all wool Twill Ithat has sold regularly
it $5.00 a yard. This material «rill make you an ax-
relient dress at a great saving.
27 inch FLANNELS
.49
Regular values in this m aterial to $1.98 are In­
cluded in this special sale at a great saving to you.
WOOL CASHMERE
9 8 c
All Wool Batiste and Cashmere in 36-inch and
39-inch «ridth that have sold regularly a t $1.45 a
yard, are a great saving at such a low pries.
WOOL BROADCLOTH $ 2 » 5
Fine quality and good weight 60-inch Wool
Broadcloth that is a regular $3.76 value. This is an
excellent material for winter dresaes at an unus­
ual saving.
TURKISH TOWELS
4 9 ?
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Good weight fancy Turkish Towels, Size 18x36
inches In many beautiful colors. These are regular
65c and 76c towels and a wonderful saving at this
price.
TURKISH TOWELS 1 O C
Another towel value that will please the wise and
thrifty shopped. This towel is medium weight site
18x36 Inches and a big value at this very low price.
TURKISH TOWELS
3 9 ?
Heavy weight white with blue border alse 22x48
inches. This la a wonderful bath towel and so ex­
ceptional value at this extremely low price.
TOWELS 3 for O C C
Small size, medium weight turkish towels that
*r* fine for the wash room. They are a big value at
this price.
RAYON SPREADS $^ .9 5
An extra fine quality 61x108 seamless bed spread
beautiful Rayon material. There is an exception­
al selection of colors In these snreads and this is a
value that you will appreciate when you see them.
All I^aces, Dress Trimmings, Ribbons and Buttons, one-third to one-half ott
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