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for Dunaauir where they will re
side. They regretted their depart-
tare from Ashland, and
many friends regret their going.
Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy packed
their household goods and they
were moved to Dunsmuir Tuesday.
Monmouth and Eugene.
— Ree leaned Rye, Gray Oats,
Vetch Seed. Order Henry Fords’
Ammonium Sulphate new,
spring delivery and save S10 per
Ash. F. A Pro. Assn.
FASHIONS OF 1084
SHOWN 18 DELINEATOR
N. Mam street about November
— Miss Hargrave baa mated bar
Millinery Shop to 1«7 Eaat Mai«.
J. R. Tozier has sold bis home
at 71 Laurel street and will leave!
Saturday morning for Petaluma. J he~ «ce rp ta are taken from
his **The Del,neater November 1884.
39-tf Calif., where he will make
r. and l in . A. Phillipi, wha — DANCE W INTER GARDEN
las« summer with
their SATURDAY NIGHT. OCT A
The nM,*,lin e * “ ™ d b> Mr9
Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Kluth and home with his son Bert.
! W. H. Smith of 166 East Main.
Iter, Mrs. Georgia Young; on
Mr. J. M. Watkins who has been.
Rev. Charles I. Spellman o f Los two children returned from an ex
street, will arrive this week Angeles will arrive fh
“ The styles that appear for |
Ashland tended trip visiting Mr. Klutlf's sick for two weeks is able to be
bp Motor from thei home in The Saturday from Portend and Eu parents in Berlin, Germany. They out again.
November are noticeable without
Dalles, and will spend the winter gene. Rev. Spellman will occupy also visited many other cities, in
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Giese are vis being ostentatious. They
ia Ashland to be near their daugh the pulpit at the Full
iting at the Bibby home on lower
ter. They will occupy a residence Church Sunday evening.
are now stopping with
Mrs. Oak street. Mrs. Giese id a sister beauty o f the novelty goods in -!
on Oak street.
Kluth's sister, Mrs. Larkin Deer. of Mrs. Bibby, and was a resident troduced this season for combina
Mrs. Jane Carter mother of
Miss Marjorie Gillette, who has o f this city many years, but is now tion with plain goods, for never |
Mrs. George Stevens is moving to
were handsomer or more effective
SATURDAY NIGHT, OCT S.
day, to Klamath Falls to make her been spending several weeks vaca j living, in Oakland, Calif.
fabrics displayed. A perfect fit
— Miss Hargrove is b o w located
Mrs. Lou Reeder returned Mon home with her daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gillette on •ext to Jobnsoa's Jewelry Store. and gracefully proportioned hang
day from Portland, having spent
Mrs. T. W. Sanford left Thurs-i
ing draperies are considered in
a week there visiting friends and day night for Eugene to spend a Gresham street, will return soon
W. H. Sams, of the Ashland dispensable. whereas trimming is
to San Francisco, where she is
few days visiting her sister, Mrs.
employed by a large insurance Electric Supply Company is con never insisted upon.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McCarthy George Gillette.
fined to his home by illness.
Ladies walking costume: There
and son Herbert, Jr., were in Ash
Mrs. Ella B. Mills returned
Mrs. Sam Evans and daughter,
Mrs. Verne Hastings and small
are seven novel shapes for short
land the foepart of the week visit Tuesday evening after spending
Miss Ella Evans visited in Med
ing friends before their departure the last six weeks in
Portland daughter, Patsy, will return Sat ford, Monday with Mrs. J. W. dresses, and a charming feature t
o f each is its adaptability to eith-I
urday from Portland where they
: Young, who used to live in the
er house or street wear. One of
I went several weeks ago when
these is illustrated in cloth with i
Patsy suffered a broken arm. She
fur trimmings, and is just as ap-
| is recovering satisfactorily.
, propriate for light goods with ruf- j
WHEN OUR LABEL IS IN YOUR
j fles of lace or fancy colored mar
COAT YOU ARE WELL DRESS-
abous as decorations. Its neck may I
j ED. PAULSERUD'S.
cut low, po inted or oval, and
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Good expect
A SH L A N D ’S BIGGEST A N D BEST
its sleeves may be abbreviated
to leave the fore part of next |
with dressy effect. Its skirts has a
week for Chicago where they will
M c C « .-. Stare D i.p l.y i« , Quii, j
back-breadth, side gores
spend some time at the home o f |
Made in April, 1852, by Mr«. M
gores have hip darts in
their daughter and her husband,1
B. Riley'. Grandmother
them, and it hangs in elegance. It
Dr. and Mrs. C. O. Dorchester, i
may be plainly finished or very;
QUOTES A FE W MORE PRICES
Mrs. Dorchester will be remember- j
ed by her friends here as
This week the feet o f Ashland narrowly decorated according to I
shoppers were inclined to lag in the user o f the toilette.
NEW FALL HATS
THE M ARTRILLA
A Clever new Sport Hat for Fall
The Martrilia is made of felt trimmed^
and decorated with braid and felt
in contrasting colors in many new
ways. Our large variety includes many
QUITS D E M -
Special for Saturday*) Q C
SWIFTS PICNICS, Sugar cured, lb.
m m O
3 LB. PA CK A G E , N E W CROP FIGS ........ 39 c
SHREDDED W H E A T BISCUITS 2 P K G .... 25c
2 »/* lb B O X HIGH G RAD E C H O C O LA TE S 85c
C A R N A T IO N OR BORDENS M I L K ..............10c
4 LB. N E W CROP RAISINS FOR
1 LB. C ALU M ET B A K IN G P O W D E R .........27c
LA R G E Q U IC K Q U A K E R O A T S .................26c
F A N C Y JERSEY SW E E T POTATO ES 6 lb. 25c
RIPE SW E E T P O T A T O SQ U A SH , LB.......... 2 c
F A N C Y C AB BAG E, LB........................................ 3 c
SUNBRITE CLEANSER ..................................... 5 c
EXTRA SPECIAL FOR
S A T U R D A Y O N LY
CHRISTIAN CHURCH FOOD
D O N ’T FORGET OUR SPECIAL COFFEE 50c
W E DELIVER FREE W IT H IN C ITY LIMITS
W E B U Y AN D SELL FOR CASH
Mr. and Mrs F. F. Whittle ha>e front of McGees store, and curio
received word icons Mr. Whittle’s sity was mingled with admiration
uncle that he i* vc*> ill an«i may. and somewhat o f awe on behold
t. ,1 recover. T he uucle iives at ing a numbr of old pieced quilts
64x76 Cotton Sheet
th-. lr old ha.'ii Alai ansa, end much on display there.
concern is felt by Mr. Whittle over
These old treasures are owned
his uncle’s condition.
by Mrs. M. B. Riley who with her Heavy weight $ f .98
The Louis Brown family o f I aged mother resides on High
Talent are moving to Ashland to street. The oldest quilt on dis Grey, Tan and
live. They are moving to-morrow play was made by Mrs. Riley’s and White
into the W. H. Hodkinson resi grandmother in the month of April
dence on Church street. The of the year 1852 and in the town
daughter Miss Betty Brown is at o f Warrensburg, Missouri, about
tending Normal school.
sixty miles east of Kansas City.
— SEE US BEFORE BUYING— The pattern of this quilt is known
AND SAVE THE DIFFERENCE. as the “ Drooping Tulip’’ , another
MEN’ S quilt called “ The Laurel WrettDV
was made by Mrs. Riley in 1883;
The Misses Niver who
have the knitted bedspread’ was made
lived in the Tozier house on Laurel by Mrs. Riley’s mother, Mrs. Nor
street for a number of years are man in her 83rd year, though Mrs.
moving to Allison street. •
Norman is now in her 85th year
Lars Eliason who has been vis her skillful hands continue turn
iting his sister Mrs. George Kra ing out these works of art.
mer and his mother Mrs. Eliason,
Another quilt o f much' interest
on Hsrgadine street left this week in our city, is in the possession of
for Lethbridge, Canada, where he Mrs. Mattie Reid o f East Main
will spend the winter with his street, mother of Miss Ethel Reid,
brother Ross Eliason and family. teacher o f mathematics in the Jun
Mrs. D. Perrozi and Professor ior High School. This quilt was
Briscoe were visitors this week made by Mrs. Reid’s mother who
at the Lincoln and Junior high. lived in the town o f Ottomwa.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Robertson Iowa. It is interesting to note that
and Mrs. M. B. Riley and mother this old quilt was made the same
M. V. Norman, will leave Tues year Iowa was admitted to the
day by auto for Oakland, Calif., Union, 1854. The filling used in
where they will visit relatives and this coverlet was pluchnd from
the back o f sheep by Mrs. Reid’s
friends for a few weeks.
The Whittle transfer left Mon mother, refined and carded. It
day for Klamath Falls with a load took her just six weeks and one
o f household goods for Ernest day to finish the quilt,
Angwin. Mr. and Mrs. Angwin will spools of thread containing two
make their home in Klamath Falls. hundred yards each were used in
Mr. L. Dunn and family will the quilting. The pattern of this
move about November 1st., from old-timer is called the “ Prairie
Lampkin residence at 57 N. Main Rose,” the name was derived from
street to the Angwin residence at the prairie rose that grew in wild
profusion at thae time in Iowa.
72 Bush street.
— DELICIOUS TAMALES. MADE
BY MRS. POWELL. EAT THEM
You will like
OUT. THE PALACE LUNCH.
C. B. Lampkin has rented his'
farm on Anderson creek and will
Better if You Stop at
PART WOOL AND
move back to his residence at $? ‘
CZ es m f y a n l j
W here your dollar hat m ore cent*
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70x80 ALL WOOL
Blankets in Plaid $ ^ / V 50*
Pattern. Here is e, X \ /
wonder Value $12.50 Regu
PER CENT LESS THAN REGULAR PRICES
Do you want a
You’ll be surprised at fine quality
Clothes you can get for such
$2.00 par day up without bath
attractive prices at
70x80 Fine W ool
70x90 Cotton Sheet
Plaid Pattern $ g .95
see their Extra
In White only $ 0 .9 5
fine quality, pr.
FINE LAMBS WOOL FILLED COMFORTERS
New MllUoo Dollar Annex
$2.50 par day up wub bath
Popular Priced Coffee Shop
66x80 ALL WOOL
SIXTH and SPRING STREETS
In new Plaid Pat-
$ f^ 9 5
terns. Extra value
Regular $11.50 value.
m IK n an g f f l m m a i i a a m B f f l a a M g M m lA l’i w m
New Plaid Pat-
Our October Sale o f Comforters, Bed Linens,
Blankets, Pillow Cases, etc., is now in full swing.
Newest patterns, finest quality and a host o f ef
fective colors for the Home Beautiful.
SHOW ROOM SAMPLES
66x80 Cotton Sheet
Covered with Challies. Sateen, Spider Silk and
Satin de Sheen, on sale at—
81x90 Wearwell Sheets
Made with tape ) 1 ,
edge and will wear*
welt, a real value
70x80 WEARWELL SUPER
TEX COTTON BLANKETS
Plaid Patterns, Reg. . 4 «
$4.98 value, pair