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OR SALE M1SCELAMEOUS
FOR A DULL ROOM
fourth, $17.50; Tim White fifth, spirit that will lead Ashland V/tend all meetings of this home like
$12.50; Burwell O’ Kelly, sixth, to victory!
. Church. You will feel at home and
K SALE: Day Bed. new, oak
$10; Edward Hiilis seventh. $10, •------------------------------------ —--------o will enjoy the Christian fellow-
fiMning Table and Chairs, Some
THE CHURCHES shiP and be h*1!*»1
't er furniture. Call forenoons, added by the use of colorful lamp and special prize» of $10 each
were awarded to Lee HiUU, Harold. | FULL GOSPEL TEMPLE
I u»> atmosphere. Strangers and via-
F Watson, 33 . Strawberry shades, cushions or draperies. In
Sunday School, 9:45 in our ‘ to*-* e*J>eeially welcome. Come as
every room the ensemble effect Smith, Delmar Smith, and Edwin
L a n e . ____________* * *
j Sunday school we have suitable^0** * re-
makes for refinement, but one White.
1 K~SALE: 21 Rhode Island Red does not wish the life and sparkle
departments and classes for all
pullets. Ready to lay. $4-50. Rt. all refined out of a room, espe
In the corn growing contest, ages.
Bx 158 Ashland, Oregon.
cially as the days are growing Robert Martin won first with 25 ! Morning v.orsl ip 11 a. m.
Sunday Schoo! hour 9:45 to
62-2t-p shorter and less sunny. The color ears of corn, receiving $35 and a
Young people’s meeting 6:30 p. I 10:45.
note does not need to be out of prize o f $10 for his record book, j m. a cordial invitation is extended1 Classes for all ages. V, O. N.
R SALE— Hay. V. V. "Hauley,
harmony with the color scheme of He also won second for the 10 ears I to -’ ll young folks to take part Smith superintendent
ta lk er ave.. South.
the room, but may be a brighter submitted with $8.00.
| in these services.
| Special music opening and clos-
Fvening worship 7.39 p. m.
ing. Professor Auer.
R SALE: 10 gal. water tank shade of one o f its prevailing col
In the open class Berkshire*,
Church Services, morning and
;nd fittings with electric heat- ors.
i Janie Lathrop won fifth prize for
evening. William G. Walters, fills
tr. Elks Bldg., Barber Shop.
• For example, if the room is the best boar under six months prayer meeting 7:30.
Thursday I afternoon
Ladies the pulpit.
done in tan, the vivid note could with $2.00; Edwin W’ hite on fifth
)R SALE: Red and
prayer meeting at the parsonage
Special Music morning service
be a. burnt orange cushion, lamp place with pen o f three, $4.00.
Jrapes 34c. Blackberries 50c
by Prof. Franz Auer.
shade or drapery, or all three. If | 268, and corn $53, making a grand 2 p. m.
er crate on vines. 430 Holly.
Friday evening at 7 :S0 will be a
The Public is cordially invited
the r oom is finished in gray, let
Prizes for livestock
special service a welcome is ex to these services, «nd a special in
R SALE: A white rotary elec- a live blue or a cherry rose intro total o f $321* won by the
tended to all to attend this service. vitation is given to youu’g people,
ric sewing machine, Martha duce the arousing note. Shades of i workers of Jaekson county.
Mr. Walter’s sermon will have
, Vyishingtoji typ * In very good red, gold, orange, rose add warmth
extra for the
Tndition, and has not been to a room and are comforting for
,<ed long. It costs *160 and will the winter room. Shades o f blue,
“ Spiritual Realities" will be the I
■11 for half price. Write Bx B and violet are cool and quieting
theme o f the
Continued From Page 1
are the Register.
39-ft j colors, but if vivid enough they
morning at 11:00 a. m. by the j
Tuesday afternoon the bup«
may give the glow to a room.
pastor. Rev. Hugh T. Mitchelmore. j
held a pep meeting. Pep talks were
FOR SALE HOUSES
In the evening at 7 :30 o’clock the .
given by the president o f
Pacific Cooperative Wool grow- Grizzily Knights, James Hartley, “ Love o f God as Revealed b y '
R SALE: or will exchange for,
Hosea” will be the subject for the )
. Long Distance
Property in or near Santa Rosa, | dles 588,165 calls a day.
and the two yell leaders, Dick
?alif., or for new car. Lot 6, ers pay out $250,000 on spring Joy and Lee Boyd.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Wirt'
8!k. 11 Van Ness avenue. 100 wool.
The freshmen were instructed M. Wright superintendent Junior
J00 all street work done. Mrs.
that it would be their duty to ! Christian Endeavor at 4 :00 p. m. i
All Electric Operation
L. Hawley, Santa Rosa, Cal.
build the bon fire for the
Miss Estella Hays, superintendent, j
it. 2 Bx 491.
With Zenith Perform
ly Thursday night.
Intermediate C. E. and
(Continued from page It
FOR SALE LIVE STOCK
Young Peoples Society will meet!
“ The Jackson county exhibit at- peppy yells by the boys.
at 6:30 p. m.
R SALE: White milch Goats, ranged under the direction o f D.
Wednesday noon the /Senior
Wednesday evening at 7:30,
* 1 9 0
Billy Goat, 2 years old, elig
girls put their pom-poms on sale. the regular mid-week service will
ible to register. One nanny,
A great many o f the students pur be held.
Prizes were awarded to the fol chased these. In the afternoon the
Six tubes and every
■ear old. Two nanny
tube a working tube—
bout five months old. Inquire lowing Jackson county club work assembly was filled with an air of | Methodist Episcopal Church
ers: Poland Chinas, Fred Lofland, gayety and festivity, displaying
t 63 Gresham street.
equal to 7 in many
Morning worship at 11 o’clock. I
its colors o f crimson and white.
39-tf fourth place $7.00.
ways. Super selective
The boosters intend to flaunt
powerful range, sin
for Jesuq Sake.”
l^SALE: Fryers and Hens,
In the Duroc Jersey class for their colors at Medford Friday by
Evening worship at 7:30. Sub
n Fattened, 25 cents per the best sow under six months,
control. Lifelike in
means o f these bright attractive
ject: “ Anchors.”
xiund. Phone 17F2.
Donald Patterson won third, with pom poms, and the red and white
Sunday School for all ages 9:45
R RENT: Two garages at 96 $10; Delmer Smith, fourth, $9.00; caps they are all wearing.
Under the direction of Miss Ra-
Epworth League for all young
win White, sixth, 7.00; Harold guse, the students sang
R RENT— Pasture, V. V. Haul- Smith, seventh, $6.00; Lee Hiilis, school songs and afterward gave people 14 years old and over at
y, Walker A re. South
61tf eigthh, $5.00; Tim Wlhite, ninth, some yells Wednesday afternoon. 6:15.
’ Wesley Foundation for Normal
$4.00; Burwell O’K e 'W
Thursday noon the pep and en
LOST AND POUND
students and all the teachers of
$3.00; For the best f■'
g in this thusiasm o f the boys and girls
our city schools st 6:15.
AYED OR STOLEN: Brown class, Tim White w' sixth with was unlimited. After a fine talk
Prayer Meeting Wednesday ev
nd white female springer $5.00; Burwell O’ " iley, seventh, by V. D. Miller, the student body ening at 7:30.
paniel. Dr. Haines.
52-2t $4.00; Harold S' .th, eighth. $4.00 expressed their loyalty and confi
You are cordially invited to et-
D or«!b» S m ::', ninth, $3.00; Ed dence in the team by their excell
AYED OR STOLEN: 8 tur win White * jnth, $3.00.
ent singing and yelling.
fy», hens, from Mrs. S. K.
For the best sow under
After all these rallies they still
rnes, Belleview. $10 reward months :a the Berkshire», James have lota o f fire and steam left
or their whereabouts.
Lethrop won second place with for the Big Rally Thursday night,
people. Prof. Auer will hs ve some
thing fine on the Cello he being a
world famed artist on this instru
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Mr.
T. S. Wiley Superintendent.
At 11 o’clock morning worship
with sermon from the subject.
“ The Wealthiest Person.’’
At 6:30 P. M. Young Peoples
At 7 :30 p. m. Praise service fol
liwed with sermon from the sub
ject, “ An Army with Faces like
Lions and as swift as the Roe.”
The regular mid-week prayer
meeting will be held Wednesday
evening^ at 7 :30 p. m.
A hearty welcome to all.
W E SPECIALIZE
W O O D — FIR— PINE— OAK
12 inch 2nd Growth Fir
14 and 16 inch 2nd Growth Fir ...... $3.25
ROYAL AND KING COAL, BRIQUETTES
^UND: Spare truck Tire and $11. For the best fat hog display
el at Pinehurst.
Owener ed, James won third place with
n have same by identifying $8.00.
roperty and paying for ad-
In the Portland Union Stock
yards Special group, for the pen
FOR RENT HOUSES
of four pigs exhibited, James Lath
rop won first place with $30; Fred
R RENT: 6 room Modern house
Lofland, second, $25; Donald Pat
21 Bush Street. Phone 299 J.
terson third. $20; Dorothy Smith,
R RENT: Apartments for reut
’nquire 167 Fast Main street.
which will end with a bonfire *t
which a number o f speeches were
given as well as more songs and
Wednesday’s signs on the as
sembly boards, “ Buy a Pom-Pom
were replaced Thursday by “ On to
Medford!” This is the slogan of
every “ Ashland Man,” this is the
And You will Find the Laundry
does it best!
Phone us Today!
* SALE: One acre ef ground
Bemriea, five ream house.
, chicken house. Inquire
at 711 Oak street.
^ ’TED: To Care for children.
Dan Combs, Rt. 1 Talent,
IOW A CORN
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Upon the Youth of. the Land
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“TI m Theatre
W atch This Space For Comiag Attractions
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I^ast Time Today
“ IN OLD KENTUCKY”
2 5 c
dwell on that.
When a good woman meets a bad man,
the bad man turns good or the woman
turns bad, Which is it? See—
WE HAVE A FEW BATH TOWELS WE ARE
GIVING FREE WITH 10 BARS OF DONA
W E DELIVER
me— Work progressing
^a-VanDeve;r market read
And find out for yourself
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Carl Laemmle Present»
THE CHINESE PARROT”
‘The Quality Store’
• COM M ERCIAL -
LARGE HEAD .......................................... * U
— the men now in their “ thirties” who
fought to peace and to a better self-
understanding— depends the prosper
ity and strength o f the Nation.
For an Armistice Day thought let us
10 E Main
NEW CROP PRUNES
3 LBS. F O R .... ......
TRADE— I room hooao, mod-
era tmprovsmonto. lot 81x140,
with $1500 equity; also $7 ae.
4 miles west o f Central Point.
650 equity, to trade for small
•cTeage close to Ashland. Writs
C. A. Thompson, Central Point
R SALE: The Kirk Walnut
Trees. In Brownsville, Oregon,
stands the Kirk walnut tree. It
is the most remarkable end the
best known nut tree in the State
because o f its wonderful yeild
•nd its power to transmit to its
seeding sll its own qualities.
Experiments have proven thnt
in a grove planted with an equal
quantity of nursery stock and
the Kirk trees, the former were
I outrivaled. Experiments have
I Proven that trees from these
»».nuts are just as good, if not
| better, than the original tree. !
I am agent for the Kirk walnut
¡Dees. Anyone wanting trees, see
at 713 Oak Street. M. C.
Fittingly this time has been chosen
by the 5 Red Cross
to start its annual Roll
Call. This organization is as indispens
able in peace times as in war days. It
extends its helping hand when storms,
floods or pestilence bring disaster,
wherever they may fa ll; and each local
chapter quietly helps to alleviate suffer
ing in its own community.
F irst N ational B ank
>R SALE REAL ESTATE
1 RENT: Three room apart-
¡3«» Hargadin# street.
around Whit« House Grocery.
Another year has passed since, with
spontaneous enthusiasm, nearly the
civilized world greeted the news o f the
signing o f the Armistice which ended
the Great War. On Friday we shall
celebrate the eleventh anniversary o f
Ashland Laundry Co.
NTBD: Used Band Inaitru-
mcnta. Bring yours to us et
if yen wnnt U ssiL SI harts
and Music Store.
A MEMORABLE DAY
Surely everyone in Jackson County
is glad to be a member o f this great or
R RENT: Five room furnished
oese, 280 Second street, lu
ll ire at T it Oak street.
R RENT: Kiwnmuee
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