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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View This Issue
P A G E T HRE
AN INTENSIVE SALES CAMPAIGN BEGINNING MONDAY MORNING NOV. 21st AND LASTING UNTIL THE
EVENING OF DEC. 24th THIS YEAR
DISPLAYING THE LARGEST LINE WE HAVE EVER SHOWN—CONSISTING OF ALL THE SNAPPY NEW ITEMS IN MANY LINES— ALL
HIGH QUALITY MERCHANDISE AND OFFERED AT COMPETITIVE LOW PRICES! THE FOLLOWING IS A SMALL PORTION OF OUR LINES.
Johnson’s Jewelry Store
A Reasonab'a Deposit Will
Diamcn ’ s From $75 to $223.00
A larore selection o f Automatic
Sheafieis Pen and, Pencil Sets
Fine Pipes and Cigarette Holders
Cigarette Cases in Whits and Green
Mens Ruby Rings o f High Quality
A High Class Line o f Art Goods
Mens Bill Folds with Emblems
Sterling and Plated Salt-Pepper Sets
Assorted Stone Set Rings $4.50 to $50
A Large line of Ladies and Mens
Gorham and International
The Beautiful.Fosteria Glass
The New Bohemian Cut Glass
Mens Leather Companion Sets
Brooches in White Gold Diamond
The New Style in Simonds Chains
A Large Line o f Emblem Rings
Gifts That Please!
Gifts That Last!
Indian Tepee to White House
If Curtis Should Be Elected
he is j day afternoon.
There was a Rood turnout at
the road meeting held at the Val
ley View club house last Monday
Out to Rida to Win
Among tho.<e from Valley View
One and one half mills were
Since that time he has spent, w^0 attended
TT ~ ~ 7 ' ; r i twno “ llenaea 1" wan'8 luncneon voted to bo used for the improve-!
borhood und will be brought here I ago caused a little excitement ns largest ever assessed against any
in a few days.
l thut many burros together was a estate in Illinois.
Mrs. J. A. Cudney o f Madison j curiosity.
Laws o f Langlois, Ore-
Raider* Shoot Boy
an early morning visitor
Lexington, Ky.— During a raid
By ALBERT T. REID
R. McCracken home last by prohibition enforcement agent-
Mr. Laws has been at little Robert Hollingsworth,3, via
W A S H I N G T O N , D . C .j
the Shriner’s meeting in iting at the home o f his grandpar
ents, was shot and seriously
wounded by the officers, who it it
Mr. and M nt Gordon Robson is
tile U n ite c t
o e iu lte ,
He has been a conspicuous fig- Gallatin and James Lennox,
that the old covered bridge over Mr. Davenhill’s niece and she, with
claimed, shot through the door,
Illinois Gets $1,150,000
is the f i r s t o f
the d a r k ure in both branches and has had
W. A. Stratton, A. H. Daven- Bear creek is soon to be made her family are on a trip south to
striking the child.
Ccicago.— The ruling o f Judge
h o rs e
r e g u la r s
a n - a harm in the »haping or passing; hill
use, by having parts Santa Crux and other parts of
I Jarecki on the contention o f A t
n oU llC e h is c a n d i d a c y f o r 0 1
''npoi.ant 1,1 lt ' 1 ‘' JI, ilast Saturday from a hunting trip of the sides taken off.
legislation in th< pa • quarter
torney General Carlstrom in the
H. F. Wells o f Yoncalla pro
the. Republican P re sid e s1 *
Mrs. W, F. DeFord and son Nettie Fowler McCormick estate duces 330 pounds peppermint oi
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McCracken ter Edith and Frances Spindler Ted made a business trip to Trail
Ü nomination in 192S.
| contest » ’a* recently upheld by ' from 4 acres.
i - com
o Th% Sr ° r
‘‘ r ‘'Ct)aCl,l8r o f Ukiah Calif., who
have been, of, Ashland
visited Mr. and Mrs. last Monday.
the Illinois Supreme Court and i
In the S e n a c O l 1» com- One ot the most able parliamen- visitin<r the j_
F. Arnold last Sunday.
going paved the way for a totHl tax o f ' Baker— Medical Springs high
billed the blood of old tanans in the country he has la- a|)(J James Unnox families Uft' Last fun day a b'rthday dinner
New England— the Hub- ho^ *n « knowing and effective for th-j, ilftDve ta|t Fridav morn. vas given by Mr. and Mrs. W. through Valley View a few days $1,150,000, which is said to be theway will be surfaced by Jan. 31.
bard and Curtis families 'vay to accomplish tho»e things he ing. '
F. D rfcrd in honor o f their »on
. *!as undertaken. He cr.res not for
Byron PeFord, O. R. Tresham-.
oi -vlassacruisetts ana Nevv i^e prjdo 0f authorship. Results
o f Sams '"»dlev an! W. H. Dark
Hampshire l the
early | count with him.
f Medford. The excellent dinner
¡French settlers and trad- That same dogged determina- bration and football game jn Med o was
enjoyed by about
ford last Friday.
ielx __Convilles and
Pap- lion and perseverance made him
Keith Lennox spent last F ri guests.
pans, and an inheritance' ,he
uuie jockey w W
Mrs. W. H. Dark and baby who
1 , r ..
fanu* was known as far as civiliza- day and Saturday in Ashland with
have been visiting in Va'ley View
¡01 111 cl ian royalty*-»o ^
tion then extended in Kansas. his friend Roger Shiffer.
atOl' Curtis is one-eighth | They say he rode' like “ ail hell
Mr. and Mrs R. G. Fowler and the past week returned to her
Indian— heriditary des-jhad broke loose.”
family o f Medford were callers at home in Medford last Sunday ev
Cendant of two w e l l
From an Indian tepee on the the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ening.
—Senator Charles Curtis
M K » « « . ami lea,ler o f;
s T ULT
% 2 ^
Co., Nebraska spent last Monday
with her old friend Mrs. J. F. A r , gon »'as
nold. Mrs. Cudney and Mrs. Anold at the J.
were friends years ago in Nebras | Tuesday.
ka and now Mrs. Cudney expects tending
to make her home Ih California.
“ H a b -a dash In n ”
Western plains to the „W hite McCracken last Sunday afternoon.
House,in Washington is about the
Frank Davis and son Herbert been bought in Northern Califor-
Hv -eems destined by birth for
=_ , l i .
widest possible stretch
in this visited in Valiey V'iew last Sun- nia by the sheep men in the neigh-
Itam i -hip. His great grand moth-
.-iiw, country. He has already come to
tr was princess o f the Kaw tribe
Within a step o f
of Julians, a daughter o f White
In his acceptance o f the proffer
Plume, their Chief. Her grandfath
• r the Krnsas delegation he says
er was Chief Pawhuskie o f the Os-1
, . ,
ie will not be a striking horse for
•go tribe, which are now perhaps
any other candidate
-t people p. r capita la tn __ ____________
known Indian Chieftains.
The Senator’s mother died when j
three years old. and he was
back to the Kaw reserva-,
his grandmother, who di- j
as fo r as possible, his ear- 1
s and instilled jn him an i
n fo r greater things than j
races at the fairs and gj^th - 1
R e se rv ation
7 n in 1892 ’‘Charley" Curtis
**■» r mina ted for Congre*» from
tke L urth district in Kansas.
WOOL OVERCOATS, just in, $14.75
New shipment DRESS SHIRTS, $1.15 to $6.00
It was his grandmother who,
he government started the
r o f the Kaw Indians from ?
to a reservation in the old •
fou . Curtis o f the wisdom of j j
ing the world o f his white j
and after the exodus had |
B* r., helped to spirit him out
l«t at night.
walked to Topeka— some
rive or seventy mile«, and
that time hi» ambition, his
and hi» genius for
•otr. have carried him steadily
on am) to the ptace he now occu-
leader o f the Senate of*
fie t ,ited States— second only to
the President in importance.
^ .ng Curtis studied law awhile
driving • hack In Topckx Me was
, oar ^ **
years o f practice he was
county attorney where t>*’ l
fed two most successful terms. |
‘ «m engaged in private prac- |
Hi* client! came and so <Kd 1
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Hart-Schaffner & Marx Suits, $28.00 to $48.50
Fancy Knit Ties 4 for 95c
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