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A S H L A N D
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tional Livestock show.
Mr. and ( had been called to P ennsylvania F ord, le ft S atu rd ay fo r P ortland,
Mrs. Don Lowe will visit fo r a by th e serious illness of Mr. Les where they visited Mr. and rMs.
sh o rt tim e in the n o rth before re lie’ fath er.
J. V. H ughes and Misa Lydia De-
S am i-W eek ly P » |.* r F u b lu liid a t A iu lto d , O reg o n
fo rm e rly the C e n tra l P oint and A shland A m erican
tu rn in g to th e ir home here.
W. F. Iteford was one of the Ford, also d au g h ters o f Mr. and
O ffice a t 372 h a st Main S tre e t
Mr. and Mrs. Glasgow S tra tto n Elks who atten d ed the initiation Mrs. D eFord. They also took in
BUSINESS AND NEW S PHO N E 95
and baby, B etty, who have been and banquet a t M ontague, C ali-j the In tern atio n al Livestock show,
retu rn in g to A shland last Tuesday.
in A shland, fornia, last S atu rd ay ,
One Y e a r ...... ........ .................................................... .
> 2.00 m aking th e ir home
Those from Valley View, who
lately moved to K lam ath Fall* |
Mr. and Mrs ^
W akefield o f |
A d v e rtisin g K atas G iven on A p plication
U st week. Mr. S tra tto n is an 8. M artinez, C alifornia, arrived la st I atten d ed th e E astern S ta r m eet
E ntered a t the P ostoffice a t A shland, O regon, as Second Cla
P . em ployee, an d has a re g u la r W ednesday in Valley View to visit ing in A shland last T uesday even
M atter, under the A ct of Congress o f March 3, 1879
ru n now betw een K lam ath F alls Mrg. W akefield’s paren ts. Mr.
M em b er S T A T E E D I T O R IA L A S S O C IA T IO N
ing were. Mrs. D. H. Jackson,
and G erber.
and Mrs. W. F. D eford.
M em b er N A T IO N A L E D I T O R IA L A S S O C IA T IO N
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Leslie, who j visiting relativ es here fo r a Mrs. H arry Roe, Mrs. May S tra t
have been ab sen t fo r several couple o f days, Mr and Mrs. W ake ton, Misd Je a n S tra tto n , and Mr.
THE NORMAL FOOTBALL TEAM
weeks, re tu rn e d last M onday. They field, accom panied by Mrs. De- and Mrs. Ja n ies Lennox.
The SONS football squad means much to
the southern Orego nnormal school—and should
mean much to the community also.
Athletics have long been recognized as an
essential to every school, not only do athletics
inspire school loyalty—but they create a sym
pathetic bond of fellowship between students,
teachers, and parents. Atheltics does much to
wards stimulating interest among the young men
and is the inherent force that attracts them to
become students in the scholo.
Nex Saturday Coach McNeal hopes to see
his squad of plucky gridders give the Albany
college team a royal tussle. This will be the first
football game in the history of the school, and
the sturdy SONS wil lappear in their new uni
forms on the gridiron for this game.
It is up to the cititzens of Ashland to get busy
and boost for the boys, turn out in full force and
show ’em that they are appreciated. They can’t
win the game without a little1 encouragement,
loosen up—turn on your voice power full blast
and exercise those un-used cells in your lungs
O. A. C. STA TIO N PLANS
N ARCISSUS EX PERIM EN TS
The stan d ard tre a tm e n t is to
leave th e bulbs in w ater a t 43 to
44 degrees centigrade,
G heea D isck n
4 * V ' ;w
Dresses on Sale $23*85
Pretty style» for youthful And m atronly type«
in G eorgette
Crepe and Canton Crepe, $24.50 to $29.75 value», black, navy, brown
and tile blue.
— F u r trim m ed C oats in W om ens’, Mis
— W om ens’, Misses and J u n io r sizes in
ses and Ju n io r sizes, such as you would
usually pay >16.75 to >19.75 fo r.
coats, aow >19.75.
trim m ed
$ 3 0 . 7 5 and $ ^ g OO
— Such coats as these you would expect
>44.50 S port C oats
to find priced at >54.50 to >59.50 and
$59.50 S port Coats
they really look it and actually are. See
Two g roups w ith a lot o f e x tra value in
these coats S aturday.
W om ens’ and Misses fine S port Coats.
N ew Sw eaters
— >2.95, >3.45 and up to »F0.5S S l> o n
— N ationally known m akes only are sold
and C oat Styles. Round neck styles in slip-
a t th is store. Allen A, M unsingw ear. Bob
ons are good style now.
olink and Blue Crane. S I.00 to >2.50
Often one is reminded of Pat whose
efforts to break rock met with no suc
cess. An experienced man came along,
gave the rock one blow and broke it in
“Sure and after me
softenin’ it all this time,” said Pat,
F ir st N ational B ank
Peggy O’Dare and Louise Alcott
Savings deposits made on or
before November 5 will earn
interest from November 1st.
Special Discounts aithisQmt
A. H. D avenhill, C arl Glasgow,
Bob W agner, E arl and E v erett
The third in n aerie* of all- Bostwick.
day sewing meeting» wan held by
Mrs. Mabel R eachert and Mrs.
th e V alley View com m unity club M ary Brower o f A shland a tte n d
a t the club house last Tuesday. ed the sewing m eeting of th e club
T here ha* been a very good a t last T uesday. The club m em bers
tendance at all the meetings, an are alw ays glad to have them out
excellent coVered dish luncheon as they are still counted as home
being served a t noon each day by folks.
an appointd com m ittee. Several
J. R. M cCracken le ft fo r P o rt,
new garm ents were made, and s land last S atu rd ay m orning to a t
num ber of garm ents made over, tend the Pacific In tern atio n al
Several hats were made also, all Livestock exposition. He m ade the
o f the sew ing on m illinery being trip north w ith Mr. Laughlin of
under the supervision of Miss C entral Point. Mr. M cCracken ex
Florence York, home d em onstra pects to be gone ab o u t a week
and d urin g th a t tim e, besides a t
A m ong those from Valley View tending the livestock show, he will
who atten d ed the Who-Do class visit frien d s a t Shcdd and B eaver
p a rty a t Mrs. H. J. C a rte r’s home ton and will visit his neice, Mrs.
In A shland last T hursday a f te r K enneth I.ansing of P ortland.
Donald S tansell, who had his
noon w ere: Mrs. William Glenn,
Mrs. J. R. McCracken and Mrs. hands very badly cu t accidentally
at the Ju n io r high school last W ed
Jam es Lennox.
nesday, is doing as well as can
P aul Nichols is being employed
be expected, b ut it will be some
by the C alifornia Oregon Power
tim e before he will be able to
com pany, helping in the construc
use his rig h t hand..
tion o f the new high powered line
G eorge Lowe, who is a student
betw een P rospect and Copco.
a t the U niversity of O regon, cam e j
Mr. and Mrs. W iliiam Glenn home lust week-end to visit his
w ere d in n er guests last S u n d a y ; fam ily, also to play or, the frosh
o f Mrs. H arry Roe, M. F. C raig team from the university, when
and F ran k Craig.
they played Ashland high last S a t
Several from Valley View spent urday. He retu rn ed to E ugene on
the w eek-end over in Klamath Sunday, going th a t fa r with Mr.
county duck hunting.
Among and Mrs. Don Lowe, who w ent to
those who enjoyed the hunt were P ortland to a tte n d the In tern a-
Fortunately each member of a com
munity has a certain control over his
own progr ss. People who save regul
arly rind that their growing bank ac
count is an excellent tool with which to
“soften the rock” and overcome ob
V A L I.L Y V I E W N O T E S
Many times it seems that one ham
mers away ceaselessly apparently with
out “getting anywhere.’’ Then, sudden
ly it seems, things begin to move; con
stant effort has indeed “softened the
rock.” Which is, we may say, the sec
ret of successful community develop-
men through the combined effort pf in
and on eh alf to th ree hours. The
cissus bulbs are oeing made fo r aim of this experim ent is to g et
th e erad icatio n of nem atodes, ! 100 p er cent control of pests with-
g re a te r fly,lesser fly and m ites hy j o u t in ju ry to bulbs o r flow ers.
the h o rticu ltu re, entom ology and
plant pathology d ep artm ent^ of Toledo— W est Coast Peoples Hy
th e 0 . A. C. experim ent station. dro electric will rebuild service
T he th ree d ep artm en ts are includ lines here.
ed' in this research, fo r th e sub
je c t is being studied fr. m the
P o rtlan d — Mitchell Ilreae Mfg.
stan d p o in t o f disease, pest con Co. th a t had 40 em ployes a y ear
tro l an d norm al grow th of bulbs. ago, now has 65.
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W e G ive
Extensive ex p erim en ts with n ar
W om en
S h o e s lo r C h ild r e n
CLOSING OUT DRY GOODS
A tremendous effort will be made to clear out the shelves and
tables of yard goods during November to make room for holiday
display. This is a closing out sale and a high grade stock of dry
goods and new and lower prices are made on many lots for Sat
urday and all tliis month!
— A f u rth e r cu t on the >1.45 lot of
w orsted dress good*, wool challi» and
batiste, now SSc
—4 2 50 Oat C repe, >1.75. red u ced
again from >1.95 to »1.75. beginning
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