The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19??, December 20, 1927, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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    THE
— W h y pay * 1 2 0 .0 0 fo r a W hite
I s U r y Saw ing
machine
from
• gen t? W hen you c o o ba y
oa*
Jwa* as goad fo r $ 5 0.00 at Foil's,
A lso asw iag m achine, fo r rea l by
the month at Pail’ * C oraor. Asb-
la ad.
If
Friends of Mr*. Jerry O’Neal
be glad to learn that she i*
expected home for the holidays,
Mr*. O’Neal ha* been undergoing
a course of treatm ent at the San-
atarium at Jacksonville.
t Mr. Ha^ry Richey, form er re­
sident of this city, was over from
Klanjpth Kail* Saturday on a
short business trip to this city.
Kay Neil student of tbe Uni-
, ver*ity of Oregon i* in Ashland
to spend the Christmas holiday*
with relatives and friend*.
Mr. W. P. Barnum who resides
on Palm Avenue is in very ill
health.
Professor Well* of the S. O. N.
w ijl
S. faculty left Saturday for Eu
gene where he will spend the
I Christmas holidays with his par
ents. Don Smith and Kay Arthur,
Normal students accompanied the
professor as far as Roseburg,
from that city they took the stage
to Marshfield where they expect
to spend Christmas with their par
ents.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rose who
live on Vista street are leaving
some time this week for San Kran-
eisCo where they will spend the
holiday season with friends and
relatives.
Miss Bonnie Schiles, student of
the Southern Oregon Normal
school, left on Number 14 Sun­
day for her home in Albany.
Mr. Al Van Lindt and Mrs.
Mary Keeler of Fifth Street have
returned from Portland wher*
they spent several days visiting
friends.
ASHLAND
REGISTER
A NATION W/D/ l
INSTITUTION-
Bring the Kiddies
TO SEE ME AT
"w here savings are grcaie»,.
Elks Bldg.
Chone 6
z-vaniand, O re.
Velvet Collar'j
Ccshioa Sole
Every day between the hours of 10 a. m. IST
p. m. and 1 p. m. and 5 p. m.
Do without pretty slippers
for the sake of comfort in
the evening? It isn’t neces­
sary when you can choose
this dainty Hylo with a vel­
vet collar and cushion sole.
It is both restful and pretty.
$1.19
Solid
Comfort
In Kid Everetts
....
Every man likes his
tomfort in “after-supper"
hours and these Everetts
with cushion sole and
rayon lining help make
evenings at home a suc­
cess.
$1 98
FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY
Nothing is more appropriate than a soft comfortable house slipper made of felt or
leather. We have practically every size and a large variety of colors and styles to
pick from.
HOUSE SLIPPERS FOR MOTHER
For the Tiny Tot*
Pretty little Slippers in Bright colors all
Trimmed—All Sizes -
Plain or fancy in practically any color. Mother would
welcome a pair as she must be kept comfortable.
69c T0 9&c
SeeThese Shoes
Our first shipment of Queen Quality
Shoes IS on our shelves. These are
America’s Finest Shoes. The styles in­
clude—
I
Genuine Rogers’
SILVERWARE
At An Extremely Low Price
Convince Yourself By Having
a Pair Fitted to Your Feet
Th^ Shoe Den
At McGee*
Shoe of Merit Only
iii ■ ■
-..I
GIVE DAD A PAIR SLIPPERS
$ J.6 0 AND UP
Rogers’
Guaranteed
A n n iversary
Pattern
In Silver
F in .tb
Cass
Electro Silverplate
Tableware
$2 00 PAIR
A? there is nothing that will give him more pleasure. Ol'.r
slippers are soft, pliable and good looking. Their wear­
ing qualities are unsurpassable. Many colors and styles
to choose from.
26-Piece Set of
Deautiful
Silver
STRAP SLIPPERS, PUMPS
TIES, SPORT OXFORDS
The New Styles feature Patent and Kid Leather*
Black* Satin and Tan Combination*. Width* from
AAA to C. These shoes are all built in Combination
lasts and we specialise in fitting narrow heels.
$ J .00 TO
HOUSE SLIPPERS FOR KIDDIES
We have a large variety of styles made of felt and leath­
er, they are extremely comfortable and durable and will
make a lasting Xma« gift. Sizes 0 to 00.
85C'AND UP
For the benefit of those who are unable to shop during the da/
we will keep open Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights until
8:30 P. M.
■ F orks
• Knives
6 T easpooas
C T ablespoons
* 26«
U Ordtrtd by Mail
Made of highest quality nickel silver metal with
heavy deposit of pure silver. Knives have quadruple
silverplated handles with steel blades that will not stain
or corrode. Spoons and Forks have reidforced plate
where wear is greatest. The chaste lines and exquisite
design will always be in good taste in every home and
for every occasion.
i BufiVr KnTfL
You know that it is barely possible to bay oven tbe moat
ordinary land of Tableware at this extraordinary low
price.
n..., N«ui
(n r
r h r id m s i Q ifts !
Dainty Gifts tor the Youthful Miss
■ - ..........
Miss Ruth Ho11opet«*r, Norm*!
school student is spending thu
Christmas vacation with relatives
in the Applegate district
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor if
Harrison street, will leave in *•
few months in different cities it*
the southern part of that state.
Mr. J. M. Watkins hi.- been a
shut-in for several days owing to
a bad cold.
il\tmiimirt«tnmminniimmntiiuinnti»iii>i
Hab-a-dash Inn
Merry Christmas
Folks!
Open Every Evening This Week
Xmas is the time
to (five Under-
things to her.
Why? Because it
is a practical
gift.
Mrs. Thompson
our expert, will
help you select
your choice, con­
fidentially.
Great Sale of Undergarments
Now at this opportune
time we present val­
ues that cannot be
equalled! See them.
.98 AND S ^-95
XMAS GIFTS GALORE
FOR HIM
Shop W here He Shops
Buy W here He Buys
Haas’
FRESH
Candy
Christmas Packages
A deles Drug Store
PHONE 75
Miller’s Toggery
Silk Lingerie
So lovely and so
attractive. In all
colors and sizes.
Daring creations,
she’ll admire.
$1 .98
We Urge Early*
Choosing As
These Values Will
Go Fast!
ISAAC’S
I he Christmas Store
SILK GOWNS
An array of Silk
gowns, of fine
and so rare in
•quality, style and
trimming. N e w
colors.
.95