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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View This Issue
Mr. and Mr*. C. O. Porter «pent
ttm iatice Day with their daugh
ter and her husband. Mr. and
R a Roger Stewart at Chiloquin.
After a aplendid duck dinner they
a coasting party on the
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m a ch in e
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A lee se w in g m ach in es f e r ren t by
th e m on th at P r il's C o rn e r. A sh -
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sanderlin,
stf Mountain avenue were happily
ed on Friday evening by the
ral of relatives from Marys-
e, as follows: Enoch Sanderlin.
an old veteran of the Civil war,
(W years of age, in company with
his daughter, Mrs. Johnston and
Hsnall grandson. Mr. Sanderlin
and Mrs. Johnston after visiting
here a few days went on Monday
to Los Angeles and San Francisco
to visit other relatives.
— D E L IC I O U S TAMALES. MADE
BY M R S . POWELL, EAT THEM
OUT. THE PALACE LUNCH.
W . P. Walters of the Y. M. C.
A. o f this city, spoke Sunday both
morning and evening at the local
Baptist church. Mr. Walters gave
a very interesting and helpful ad
dress at these sessions also the spe
cial music at the morning service
an attractive feature.
y o u r X m as p o rtra its now
aasd ca va 10 to 20 pa r can t. D ari-
m g S tu d io . L ilh ia S p rings H otel
Charles Logan and Max Camps
of Yreka were visitors in this city
over the week end.
— S a v a on X m as g ifts 20 to 30 per
o f f on all fra m e d p ictu res.
Miss Jane Prime returned Mon-
ay from a few days visit with
* t on all p o r tra its
a. D a rlin g S tu d io,
rtha Green is visitinr
Mrs. Casey Jones in
■i "alls for a few days.
I d a te and list o f o f io e
_ d u sed ca rs o f all kinds
t e b o s o ld at A sh la n d by A u ctio n .
Mr. William, Von de Hellen of
Medford was transacting business
in this city Saturday.
Mrs. Amos Nininger, daughter
Dorothy, and Mrs. Jerry O’ Neal
were transacting business in Med-
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Kervin left
for home Thursday morning after
a weeks visit with relatives and
friends. They will transact busi
ness at Chico, Palo Alto, Calif.,
and Los Vega, Nevada before re
turning home to Reno, Nevada.
Mr. Carvel Thornton, son of E.
J. Thornton o f this city is sick
with typhoid fever at Medford.
Mr. A. Erickson o f 75 Bush
street is spending a few days fish
ing at Rogue Rifer.
Mrs. Selena Schraff of 104
Bush street who -has been sick for
the past week is now able to be up
and fround again.
Mrs. A. N. Young o f McGees,
has heard from
Springfield, and Holyoke, Mass
achusetts where they have been
experiencing a very severe flood.
Many lives have been lost and
much property damaged.
Springdale a suburb of Holyoke it
was necessary to carry people out
of flooded buildings in
Holyoke dam,* one o f the largest
in the world withstood the flood,
but water overflowed the gala
Mr. W. P. Walters, secretary of
the Y. M. C. A. went to Central
Point Monday to attend a meeting
of the Ministerial Association.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Knott of
Portland are in this city for sev
eral weeks to stay. Mr. Knott is
installing the X-Ray machine at
Dr. Swedenburg’s office.
Mrs. W. S. Alderman, promin
ent society leader and club wo
man of Tillamook, is a visitor at
the Ashland Hotel this Winter.
Mrs. Alderman is taking a rest
from public activities, and knows
no better place than Ashland in
which to recuperate.
Mrs. W'ilbur wife o f Reverend
Wilbur, pastor of the Presbyter
ian church* in Lakeview is stop
ping at the Ashland Hotel this
winter. Mrs. W'ilbur is taking
treatments of local physicians ami
drinking the health giving miner
al waters of Ashland.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Deluip
and daughter Nondis o f Klamath
Falls came over to attend the
Foutball game at Medford on
Armistice Day. They visited over
the week end with Mrs. DeLap’s
mother, Mrs. Robert Casey on
Mr. W. J. Bryant of Klamath
A SH LA N D
drew McGee, mote red to Klamath o f this city. He reported that
Falls is visiting his daughter Mr*, fornia is spending several days in i home their daughter Shirley who
Sunday where they visited at school« are in excellent shap*
! has been staying with her grand
Mamie William* on Allison street this city on business.
♦his week. Mr Bryant was the pes-
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hansen o f ¡parents, Mr. and Mri. L. Jacobs, the home of Mrs. Ender* parents, ^ fire h^zard,
tor of the Congr#g*itional church the Ashland Hotel were guests while they were in the California Mr. and Mrs. L. Jacobs. They were
in Ashland Thirty years ago.
| Sunday of Mr. Miller, proprietor j Bay cities transacting business, accompanied home by little Shirley
Enders who has been visiting her
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Turner who
Mr. W. C. C untar o f Klamath U * the Del Rogue Hotel in Grants
grandparents for the past ten
¡resides on the Boulevard in this
Falls was a bus1 ness visito: in this
Mr. Frank Hamilton who is em- city t r ( spending several weeks in
city the latter part of last week.
Mrs. A. S. Wilson, a college
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Bain o f Al ployed in the First National Bank California cities.
friend of Miss Durst, o f the
Casey’s R h e u m a t i c
lison street, returned to this city in this city visited many friends
Mrs. Anfiie Engle and her son
Normal school faculty spent the
Remedy drives out the
Saturday from a visit with friends
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Fred
uric acid poison of
week end visiting with her friend
Mr. Carl Dalle Molle of Siski Engle returned Monday from
and relatives in the Bay Cities
you was an Ashland visitor Mon- Oakland, California where th.-y on her way home to Whittier Cali
and Los Angeles.
pain and swelling, s. Id
fornia after an extensive visit in
on a money back guar-
were called by the illness
Mrs. George Scribner spent the day.
northern Oregon and several cit-1
week end with her husband in
Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Burdic and death of Mrs. Angie Engle's broth iee, in Washington.
$ 1 .5 0 P e r B a ttle By
young sons spent Armistice Day er, Gtorge Grubb, who was buried
Rilling Schuerman was a busi with his parents on their ranch in that city Sunday.
Hombrook, were week end guests, I
Qr. Charles Haines was among
ness visitor in Klamath Falls over near Grants Pass.
, . | at the Clinton Baughman home on
John D. Deacon o f Salt Lake. the Ashland people who attended i „ _..
the week end.
. Fourth and East Main. Mrs. Fox
Mr. Roy Gearhart is in town fori City is visiting his nephew J. J. the football game between 0. A is a sister of Mrs. Baughman.
a visit with his family. Mr. Gear-' Deacon and family on Mountain C. and the University of Oregon,
•Avenue and Boulevard. Mr. Dea held at Eugene on Armistice Day.
heart is working for trie Southern
F ir e M a rth e l! H e re
Pacific'Company in Klamath Falls. ' con was born in England, Nov — Y o r k B lu e S ilk -lin e d S u its fo r
Captain George Stokes, o f the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dean and ember 23-1863, came to the Unit S em i dress. P a u lse ru d s.
State Farm Marshal’s department
daughter Betty have returned to \ ed States in the early fifties and
Air. and Mrs. John Endet - ac-I was in town the latter part of last
their home on Vista street after to Utah in ’61.
companied by Mr. and Mrs. An week for inspection of the schools
Mr. J. A. Ormandy, general
several days visit with the Carl
Nims family in Oakland, Califor-1 Passenger Agent o f the Espee
Portland division, arrived in Ash
Yes you have waited quite a
Mrs. Henry Burnett o f Talent land Monday in his provate car
long time for the new Car'_
was a business visitor in this city with a party o f Espee officials
o f the Shasta division on his way
So Have W e
Ben Schmidt, owner o f
Mr. Gramm, Assistant Superin
“ The Theatre
Oregon was in this city the fore tendent of the Southern Pacific
But we feel, this New Car
part of the week to visit friends Company o f the Portland Division
is well worth waiting for, as
and attend the Shrine Ceremonial. was in this city Monday to attend
Watch This Space For Coming Attractions
all who have seen it testify.
Bert O'Brien and wife of Wa-
The Misses Nell Mahoney and
silla, Alaska are stopping at the
Ashland Hotel for a few weeks. Helen Lyons, Southern Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. O’Brien are much in Normal students spent the week
terested in the turkey business, end in Bend ati the home of Miss
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday
and are looking over Ashland and
vicinity with the purpose of locat
Esther Ralston in
spent the week end in Portland
ing in the near future.
F o r d S ales St S erv ice
Mr. A. M. Gum of Klamath Falls
Mrs. Gordan MacCracken has:
“ FIGURES DON’T LIE”
was a visitor in Ashland to attend
the Football game Saturday after returned to her home on Harga-
dine street from a visit in the cit
A Paramount Picture
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Parker of ies in the northern part o f the I
Spokane, Washington are in Ash state. Mrs. MacCracken was a !
It’s twice as good as anything Esther
land looking for a new location. guest at an Armistice banquet at
Mr. Parker was interested in the Eugene sponsored by the D. A. R. |
ever appeared in and Figures Don’t Lie.
garage and service station busi of that city.
ness in Spokane.
Ijvuj hmouj uAu)X
Mr. and Mrs. A. Maraff of Tilli- Medford were week end visitors j
mook have been stopping at the at the Sylvan Provost home on |
ecko uAL joa/ifcj oX
Hotel Ashland for several weeks Vista street.
3 4/va/n04MÄS‘ v u oma
on their annual visit’ to this city. — T h e v e ry la test in T o p c o a ts f o r '
Mr. and Mrs. Maroff spent sever
al weeks in this city each year to
derive the benefits o f the Ash
land sunshine and drink the lithia
water,- o f which they are esepcial-
Mr. Daley of Hollywood, Cali-
M en at P A U L S E R U D ’ S
John Churchman has accepted j
a position with The Southern Pa
cific company at Dorris, Califor
nia. Mr. Churchman is the son of
Mrs. Elsie Churchman of Union
street and has been attending the
Southern Oregon Normal School
in this c^ty.
I Mr. and Mrs. John Enders went
i to Klamath falls Sunday to bring
Urdí, u /€ w<Ai (M
Western featuring Jack Luden
“ Hab-a-dash Inn”
wonderful line of
CLOSE AT HAN j!
Y O U ’LL FIND OUR P R E -H O LID A Y EAR G A IN S ARE GENUINE
Sent us on
ty in 111
for this week
WOOL OVERCOATS, just in, $14.75
New shipment DRESS SHIRTS, $1.15 to $6.00
Little Things That
A few pennies, a basket of groceries, a few warm clothes
ALL FUR FELT
HEAVY W OOL
| * 2 PRICE
H EAVY W OOL
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Old Reliable “Can't Bust ’Em'’ Corduroys. $4.35
The party season is on
and this is an oppor
tunity to select from
a larger line than we
One lot o f pastel
shades in Crepe-de
chine, satin crepe or
— these mean little to you. but think what they mean to
the poverty-weary. Give, this winter, all that you can.
Hart-Schaffner & Marx Suits, $28.00 to $48,50
Don’t give until it hurts, but give until the thrill of giving
makes you happy. Contribute to the Red Cross.
LITHIA SPRINGS HOTEL
THE ASHLAND LITHIANS
JOHNSON JEW ELRY STORE
THE ASHLAND KIW ANIS
Fancy Knit Ties, 4 for 95c
CHRISTMAS QU ALITY BARGAINS GALORE
horn* on t
* ¡nter and
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