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of the breakfast.
and coffee were served, and this ¡to spend the Christmas holidays wth neuralgia. Mrs. Johnson of- makers is composed of the follow-
is her ing, Ray Clary, Spanish guiur-
After the guesta were seated
The White Elephant club corns “ Absentee” booth were special i in Salem and Portland looking 508 North Main street
Ward Parkenson. Harmonica; Mil-
there was much merriment ovev! posed of the girls of Dr. Mans! features of the bazaar. At other' after business matters pertaining nurse.
The u*ries of Christmas parties the entrance of the hostesses a I Hawley’s Sunday School class of booths home-made candy, homo to the local Chamber of Com-
Mrs. M. B. Riley and mother". ton Franklin, tipple, Kenneth Mad-
given""by Mr*. J. II. 'IcOee. Mr* they made their hurried appear the Christian church conducted U cook foods and various last-min merce.
Mrs. Norman, had as their guest* den, f*PPl*! Roland Parks, har-
L. H. Hansen and Mir. D. A. PeM ance, clad in silk pajamas as tho successful Christmas bazaar Sat ute gifts were on sale.
Mr. Lawson H. Riley of San [ Saturday the 16th. Miss Trimb!t mon*ca-
erson began thin .'Horning with a having just come down in time for urday December 17, in the Lamb- j *
Francisco, son of Mrs. M. B. Riley and Miss Laura Ball of Centerview ; The Granite City M
S * udy C l u b M e e ts
Bridge Breakfast, at the home of breakfast.
kin building opposite the Fire Sta-
104 High street, this city. Mo- the former home of Mrs. Nor- have gained much popularity be
Mrs. McGee on Viata street, to
The Ashland Study Club met at leaves for New York Dec. 29th, man mar>y P * n aK°- A
P1«’«»- cause of their interesting i,,usj.
Pl#ce cards, favors and decora tion.
which twenty guests were receive!
The girls in charge of the affair i iKe home of Mrs. E. \ . Carter and will sail January 14th, on thi* sant day was *Ppnt talking over cal performances.
tions were hand made an*, were
by Santa Claus in holiday attire*
were the Misse» Vera Wright, Ma on the Boulevard, Monday after-» Majestic for Europe, where he old times and learning of the
most beautiful and cfe7er.
The artistry of the hostess.-.*
bel and Eunice Hager. Lydia Wil noon December 19.
SALE: Will «.-»orifice a Si«
goes to purchase goods for the many old time friends.
The morning hours following ^
Luci|,e Reed(.r u l a D, vir
was apparent in the table decora*
Mrs. F. G. Swedenbur^ the vice- Emporium. He will visit France.
nole range with Coils, 231 Gres-
Miss Stella Hays leaves soon
tions. The long table was arrang breakfast were spent
Minola Gosnell, and Geneviev* president presided.
Italy. Belgium. Switzerland. Aus for Portland where she will spent)
ed to portray a most
beautiful bridge and prizes were won by Kerns, assisted by the executivi*
some time with her parents Mr.
snow scene, with lighted tape,» Mrs. Harry Tomlinson and Mra. committee, Virginia Hooper, Jean M. W'agner the minor topic wav ibly Scotland and Ireland.
an<T Mrs. A. H. Hays where they
S top S u ffe rin g
and shaded lights casting a glow V. V. Mills.
Putnam, Alice Terwilliger, Ido omitted from the afternoon's pro
, ¡are located for the winter while
over the glistening snow.
The second of the Christmaf Gosnell, and Lucille Voss.
Hays is receiving medical at
The centerpiece was the snow parties by M-esdames, McGee, Han girls presided at the booths and Mrs. H. O. Anderson reviewed.
many friends are glad to hear of
Casey’s R h e u m a t i c
igloo of Kris Kringle, surrounded son and Peterson will he given this tea rooms which were very attrac “Certain Samaritans,’* by Esthe*
the very important position he
Remedy drives out the
by snow and ice, with his rein' afternoon at the McGee home and tive and unique.
P. Lovejoy. The author will be holds.
uric acid poisen of
M E L O D IA N S E N T E R T A IN
deers waiting outside Dog teams
A special booth that attracted remembered as having lectured in-
The Granite City
Mr. A. Dickey of 614 Boule-
and sleds, carrying Santa Claus needlework, games and guessing- much attention was the booth ii* Ashland during the World War,
pain and swelling, sold
on a money back guar
and his pack were trudging thru contests. Clever decorations and charge of Vernon Hooper, Home?. Mrs. Lovejoy was the head of the vard^ a civil war veteran has been formerly the Merry Makers, gave
favors will be used, which are en Osborne, and Henry Van Proyen American Women’s Organization confined to his bed with a bad at an interesting musical prograrti
the snow, laden with gifts.
$ 1 . 5 0 P e r B o t t l e By
which contained varied articles and has done wonderful work in
The guests found their places by tirely different and original.
finding their own litll? snow-cov
On Wednesday afternoon sixty contributed by the men and boys. that line both during and since tho
Mrs. E. L. Atkinson of 111 N noon from 2:30 to 4 o’clock.
ered igloos under which reposed guests will be entertained at •
The tea rooms where chile cor.
This local body of melody-
Mrs. Anderson presented this re. Main street is confined to her bod
the fruit cocktail, the first coursl bridge luncheon.
carne, apple pie, cake, sandwiches
markable study of* Women physi
cians in an able manner.
Mrs. Carter, the hostess filled
the relaxation period very clever
ly with a game of cross question:?
and crooked answers.
The next meeting of the club
will take place on January 9th at
the home of Mrs. F. G. Sweder .4
burg on the Boulevard.
B e a u t i f u 1 C hriatp* i t
P ir 'ie i
McGee H em e
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Webster of
Phoenix were Ashland
— T r y o u r T h e r m o id B ra k e L in in g
at T H IR D S T R E E T G A RA G E.
Mrs. Hoffman of the service
station at Pinehurst »yas shopping*
in this city Monday.
-— H a v e y o u r C l o t h e s c l e a n e d be
fo re the H oliday rush. P au lseru d s.
Mr. C. W. Fortmiller of the J.
C. Penny store made a business
trip to Medford Monday.
Mr. Herman Lind of Portland
is a business visitor in town this
John Gardner and wife of Eu
gene are in this city looking for j) j
location. Mr. Gardner was the
former chef of the Eugene hotel.
Mi*. Whiteline and son Harry
ut Klamath Falls svere business
visitors in Ashland the first of tho
25 p e r c e n t to 5 0 p e r c e n t o ff
p i c t u r e s — D a r i • m g
Studio a n d A rt Sloro.
That keep on Giving
All the year around
* 3 00
W ith A ttachm ents
4 9 *°
6 9 5070 *295
h o t
cakes or waffles
Appliances Of All
A and R
$ 2 0 .0 0
W affle Irons
Why Pay More?
W reaths and
--S p e c ia l, on X m a.
D arlin g S tudio.
— Sulfa a n d T o p c o a t, fo r H o lid ay
w a r ia P a u U .ru d V
That beautify any
room in the house
Why not a new Moe
On the Plaza
Guy Good, Prop.
Mrs Hank Dean returned to her
htme in this city Monday aftei
visitng her husband in Dunsmuir
over the week end.
Roy Anderson and family
Klamath Falls have moved to
Ashland for the winter and ar,?
located on North Main street in
the Fred Herrin house.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barr anc’
famdy of Sacramento will arrive
in Ashland Saturday to
Christmas with Mrs. Barr’s pari
ents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mt-rril
on the Boulevard.
) Milton Biegel of Walla Wall*
l W ashingtn is spending the Christ
mas holidays with his mother Mrs
Charlotte Bfcgel and his sister
j < alia Biegel on Morton street.
Mrs. O. J. Bruitt formerly ¿leo- ]
Barnthouse of this city but no**
residing in Portland, i. report,$
to be practicaHy well and is able I
to walk again. Over a year ag,.
-Ira. Bruitt mas seriously injur
ed in an automobile accident while
on her wedding journey.
We have the finest showing of Gift Stationery of all time— a
magnificent selection that will please the most fastidious. Wre
have boxes, suitable for gifts, at all prices, and many new types of
paper and cards.
Lithia Springs Pharmacy
A l a r g e a n d c o m p l e t e l in e
X m as c a rd s a t D a rlin g S tudio.
Majestic W affle Iron
Carl Loveland and little son
Carl Jr. are expected heft for
the Christmas holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Spechf
of B street have gone to Seattle?
and Spokane where they will re
main for several months visiting
Caroline Radde. instructor of
typing in the High school
spending the holidays with friend» j 1
in Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Enders ro
ll ned Saturday from a visit wltl/
friends in San Francisco.
A Wondertul Assortment of
CHRISTMAS GIFT STATIONARY
Reliable Automatic Lighters in
many combinations and styles at
prices from $1.95 to $6.50
Jewelry for Mother, Dad, Sister, Brother, Sweetheart and Frio h
here displayed in a gorgeous array. A gift of i ! n h Fnend are
precious as years roll on and leaves a life on^fm n o **comesmore
cipient. You can buy now by making a
“ “ ""
Caul and Laurence Wagner
"»ns of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wag-’
ner of Granite street have return ‘
ed from Eugene where they , r„
atu-ndnig the University of Ore-
»on. for the holidays.
Mr. Fred Barclay of Lo* Angel-1
% nephew of Marsh and
Warner of Ashland i, spending
th n sim a , vacation visiting rela !
cj ,y ‘ He U
* » » Ellen
»«ner on Granite street. Mr.
"relay who is a g m d qilti of ^
$ 2 00 TO * 3 5 00
1 returned from a several
Ladies Wrist Watches in many na
Men’s Pocket Watches of Elgin
Hamilton, Waltham and Illinois
mate. *n 12 size, neatly hand
carved white gold cases— $25 to
(tonally known linos including the
famous Gruen and Bulova at nri^A
from $7.50 t
Diamond set dinner rings in gor
geous fil greed 1$ K‘ solid white
gold mountings at price* from $30