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- W h y p*y 9120 00 U r • W hile id a t the C om m unity H ospital.
Mrs. 8. K. B arnes of Bellview
was shopping in th is city T h u rs
y u l T W h e n y o u c m Way
M l a t i m J U r *5 0 OO at Pall's. day.
Mr. S. W. C lute has been very
AI m M v i a f a t c k i a w f a r re » * * y
h e M M l k at Pair* C areer. A*k- ill a t his home on N ursery street.
tf Mr. C lute is th e fa th e r o f Mrs.
H r . C. W. F ortm iller m anager Jack Beagle and Mrs. Larkin
a f th e J. C. Penny «tore in this G rubb of th is city.
c«tW and Mr. Shoem acker o f Yre- — Daac* S atu rd ay sig h t, Jack ses
ka w ere business visitors in Med H at Spriag*
Mr. Mary E. Lewis of 04 T hird
ford W ednesday.
- J l a i c * S a le .d a y a ifk t, Jackson stre e t left W ednesday on No. 13
fo r Redding, C alifornia, where
Mr. and Mrs. • C rafts o f
the she will visit h er son J. P. Lewis
Mrs. M. V. Josselyn who resides
Owl D rug Com pany of San F ra n
cisco, Mrs. Daisy M cGarry, prop- on A shland s tre e t in th is city has
o f th e Lithia Springs P har- a w onderful old hand-woven bed
and Mrs. R. J . C onroy of spread th a t d ates back to the e a r
M rdford have gore to E ugene to ly 1800’s. This spread was in the
in th e Horn« com ing am use- red and w hite so much in vogue a t
sta this week. Mr*. M cGarry e>- th a t period, and th e p a tte rn is the
to re tu rn the firs t o f next conventional one so much used in
the hand woven spread and cover-
—O E L IC IO U S TAM ALES. MADE I lets of K entucky. This spread was
BY MRS. POW ELL, EAT THEM , woven by th e negroes of K entucky
TA K E
T H E M ' over a cen tu ry ago, who could not
I be surpassed in th e fineness and
OUT. T H E PA LA CE LUNCH.
M r. and Mrs. H arry B arnes of te x tu re of th e ir hand woven pro
S eattle, w ere guests c f Mr. and products.
This old heirloom was brought
Mrs. W . H. Sam s on T hird street,
across th e plains in 1851 by th<’
u se r th e week end.
—O rd e r y ear X a t* portrait* aow g ran d p a re n ts o f Mrs. Josselyn. In
aad save 10 ta 20 par caat. D arl com pany with the coverlet, came
ing S tad ia. L itkia Spriag* Hotel a little old chair, p ainted green
and having a seat of so ft buck
A m ong the A shland people who skin strips. T his q u ain t old chair
atten d e d the H arvest Home dinner is also in th e possession a f Mr*.
a t C lyde H all in Phoenix Tuesday Josselyn.
ta ta ry
S r w ir f
pawning w ere: Mrs. F rank Dickey,
Mr. an d Mrs. Davenhill, Miss K ath
erin e D etrick, the Misses Ja n e t
a a d Je a n Balls and John Dickey.
—S ave oa Xma* gift* 20 ta 30 par
aaasl mil oa all fram ed pictare*.
M rs. Ted Nickolsen, sister of
Mrs. W. J. C randall is recovering
in ju ries sustained in an auto
ent on the K lam ath
highw ay. She will be able to re-
tana to her home in F ort K lam ath
arittiin a few days.
—O a * t« S aturday eight, Jacksoa
M rs. W. H. F rulun who has been
Ul a t her home on B street,
r several m onths is able to sit
i a little each day, and is report-
to be slowly improving
c o a s t a a all p e rtra its fa r
tim e. D arliag S tadia.
T h e W om en's Relief Corps will
a cooked food sale a t H ardy
ker* G rocery S tore, S aturday,
Moreen her the 12th. Mrs. E. C liff
Playne ia the chairm an o f th is a f
fa ir, and Mrs. Emma Cook will
a c t as h er assistant.
all d a y ’s session of work. T he m ak
ing o f carp et rags was th e o rd er of
the d ay ’s work. T hese r a g ^ a r e to
be woven into sm all rugs to be
placed on sale a t th e ir annual
Baxaar which will be held th e 29th
of N ovem ber in th e M asonic Hall.
This y ear only cooked food, rugs
ap ro n s will be on sale, b u t the
ap ro n s will be in every shape and
sise and su itab ly fo r every occas
ion, kitchen w ork o r te a p arty .
A bout 25 m em bers w ere p resen t [ a t the I.
a t this m eeting and a luncheon d red will
was enjoyed a t noon. The pro evening,
ceeds o f the sale will go tow ards pro m p tly
im provem ents and new fu rn ish
ings fo r the A lpha C hapter a f th e
O. E. S.
thc pany form s S outhern Pacific M ol
O. 0 . F. Hall. Five Hun- m enta will be served a f te r
be th e am usem ent o f th e games.
to r T ra n sp o rt Com pany to oper-l
and playing will s ta rt
a te m o to r busses and tru c k s from !
a t eig h t o’clock. Refresh-
Salem — S outhern P acific Com- P o rtlan d to Salem.
To Give C ard P a rty
The W om en’s B enefit A ssocia
tion arc intending to give a pub
lic card p a rty on N ovem ber 16th
RCA— R AD 10LA 17
A NATION WIDE
“ where savings are greatest”
Requires neither bat
teries nor battery
directly from the light
socket. This the year’s
ment in radio.
We are glad to de
obligation to you.
The entire nation commerates the signing
of the Armistice which brought peace to
e ¡25th A nniversary |
in Step With Style
And Keeping Pace with Your
Demand for Service
H er p are n ts w ere am ong th e
first se ttle rs n ea r Roseburg. H er
fa th e r, Mr. F u rlo n g is 95 years of
age and the oldest pioneer around
Mr. F urlo n g is an inm ate of the
Old Soldier’s Home in Roseburg.
He cam e to C alifo rn ia in th e la tte r
p a rt of 1845 and toold te n thou
sand dollars w orth of gold dust
back home with him and th is was
w hat sta rted th e Big Gold Rush to
Mi«* M arion Lucas who has been
i r a r in f fo r her m other Mrs. Roy
Lucas on M ountain A venue is leav
ing to n ig h t fo r her home in P o rt
Law rence M itchelm ore, son of
Rev. and Mrs. Hugh T. M itchel
more of th is city is spending the
week end w ith his parents. Mr.
M itchelmore is a stu d e n t of the
U niversity of O regon. He is night
ed ito r on ‘‘T he E m erald,” a col
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. S tru b le of
Brookings, O regon are visiting in
Ashland and expect to m ake this
th s ir p erm anent home. They are
the p are n ts o f Mrs. R. P edersen.
• f e tc h 4 d ata and lu t a f a fhaa
lag a f goad a*ad aara a f all kiad*
•a So said a t A sklaad by A aatiaa.
W ark All Day
A lpha Club o f 0 . E. S. m et a t j
Mr. Phil H arkins is seriously the Masonic Hall T uesday fo r an
Durable Fabric« For
Business or Dress
A Man-Sized Value
Let each of us Pause and renew our
pledge to those who, so willingly gave their
all for oyr benefit as they have not died in
y f ie
a im m m '
* 1 9 75
T h ree-b u tto n , single-breasted
suits jji-.<ju*l»ty s e r g e s , and
w o rsted s— single and fancy
g ro u p stripes, in m edium , light
and d ark blue, brow n and gray.
D rop in aad look over our
freshly shocked line of fall
suits. Yqu need not feel obli
g ated to buy.
Full Comfort 72x90,
2 1-2 pounds
in. wide all new Flor
“The Qulaity Store’
November Sale of Silks
With Your Velvet Frock
W ear P a te n t
Upon this day let us pause
for a few brief moments, out
of respect for those who gave
their lives that you and I
might enjoy the blessings of
a prosperous nation.
REFLECTION CREPE ’
Satin 40 in wide come in $ 0 .6 5
all the new Fall and Win- “ yd>
ter colors sold regularly $2.95 yd
40 in wide in black only $ 1 98
Heavy quality. Take ad- * * yd
vantage of this special. Regular
atti ta thr lining
who took part in that mem
orable conflict but a few
years back, we have but the
nighest respect and admira
tion for the courage and pa.-
riotism displayed the results
of which makes this day pos
If you have a velvet
frock— and who hasn t—
be sure to w ear P ate n t
P erfectly plain
for the stree t and w ith
We are Closing Out
all of our Felt Hats re
Wonderful Assortment of $ 1 .98
-the new colors 40 in. wide „ j£d
1 m ported
from Japan first C Q c
qua ality, 33 i l. wide a g reat**^
gardless of cost
Sale Will Start
SATIN BACK CREPE
In Black only 90 in. wide $ 0 .4 8
Heavy weight, $2.75 val- “ yd
Lithia Springs Hotel
—AND THE LEGION BOYS DID IT!
Our Country Is Intact Today
Because of Them
“Hab-a dash Inn”
36 in. wide comes in six $ 1 -39
light colors wanted for v * yd
making undergaments $1.75 val.
54 in. wide this is the best $ 0 .9 5
quality Saiin for dresses,
Black only, $4.75 value.
RAYON SLIP SATIN
40 In wide, twenty colors Q Q (
to -t L^t from. Best quality®**
a wonderful bargain
Saturday Blanket Specials
PURE W O O L BLANKETS
Size 70x80 in new plaid $ 1 A.00
patterns guaranteed 100 * ” ea
per cent pure wool
COTTON SHEET BLANKETS
>ize 70x90 all plain white $ 0 .9 5
Best quality sold regularly- ^ pr
per pair for $3.48.