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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View This Issue
P A G E
T W O
THE BEST OF MEATS AND POULTRY KEPT IN THE
BEST OF CONDITION BY
market for the choicest »lock and poultry
Dr. R. L. Burdic
Klectrotheraphy — Electronic
Electric Cabinet and miner
al baths — all
General Office Practice
Next to Elk* Temple
Dr. C. E. Shinn
Cven evening* by appointment
DR. E. B. ANGELL
O ffice Phone 151-J
Citiaen* Bank Bldg.
Beaver Realty Co.
Residence Phone 184
A. M. Beaxer
175 E. Main St.
Dr. Charles A. Haines
Physician and Surgeon
Established in 1885
The Only Complete Title Syr
tom in Jackson County
Abstracts of Title and
Office Phone 164-J
Home Phone 164-L
O'H ce Hours!
10 to 12 A. M — 2 to 6 P. M
Are you going to Buy or Buile
* H ome in Ashland ? ? 7
Write JOHN B .S H E L E Y
Central Point, Oregon
for LOANS-IO year
County Agent for the Benefit
Savings A Loan Association
w 8 make loans on town prop
erty anywhere in the «•'"I'tiy
Dr. W . J. Crandall
G ood City for Country
PHONE 3 ______
for s a l i
Every Approved Style Is Represented- —
And Our Low Prices
Farmer* and Stockmen are requested to call a* I am in the
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65 E. M
These Are the Days To Buy Frocks!
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*' ”jhere savings are grzate sf
EnJtri Block Ashland, Oregon
B usiness and P rofessional
iN s r n u T .o u -
for s a l i
You must see these dresses without delay!
They are representative of the latest moods of
fashion, use soft, graceful silks and are de
cidedly different— for wear right now!
Laxte Chandler and Fred Kohler in 7,ane JreyS
A Paramocuit Picture
Now Playing at the Vining Theatre
Mrs. Edwin Dews and little son
of Dunsm’i'r are spending the
Christmas holidays at the hen.e of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Turner on the Boulevard.
Lester Bed: left this morning
for Klamath Fulls to spend sev
eral weeks visitng relatives.
Christmas Day Enjoyed
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Taylor of
A street entertained with an elat«
orate dinner on Christmas day.
The usual Christmas decorations
were used both in the rooms of the
Taylor home and in the table de
corations. Santa Claus came dur
ing the course o f the afternooi!
Mr. Thad McHatten has return
and took all manner o f gifts from
ed to this city after a short visit
his pack which were
in Klamath Falls with friends.
among those present. The evening
Mrs. A. M. Purvej, mother of was spent most
Mrs. Carl Murphy or. Iowa street, music, games and conversation.
ha* returned from Canfield, Ida
Those receiving the hospitality
ho where she has been visiting her of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor were: Mr.
daughter, Mrs. H. P. Twogood. and Mrs. W. H. Sams, Mr. and
Mrs. Purves is past eighty years Mrs. W. H. Sams Mr. and Mrs. J.
old, and will now make her home W. Hendricks, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
with Mrs. Murphy in this city.
McAllister, and daughter Donna
Mrs. O. A. Paulserud return May, Mrs. Eva Ellis. Miss Lo.’*
ed just before Christmas from a> Weeden, Messrs Ralph Murphy,
visit with her parents at Tacoma, Leo Jones, Frank Fisk and Mrs.
Washington. Mrs. Paulserud also, Ida Weightman.
visited friends in Seattle
Portland during her stay in the
6 fine M
mill or g,
mile to T
at 96 L
Fabric« and Color» of the Hour—
A ll Sizes, T oo
Black satin continues in a favored position
for many occasions— new high shades make
their appearance, too to brighten the winter
scene. You cannot imagine these frocks at
the prices below.
Women— Misses— Juniors
to pay, i
$5 per th
Real Christmas Party
The spacious home of Mr. and
Mrs. T. H. Simpson o-i
Mrs. Beth Finneran, accom- Main street, was the scene
punied by her nephew
Billie Christmas cheer and merrimen)
Bryant, arrived before Christmas on Christmas eve, when they 'en
to spend the holidays with Mrs. tertained a number of guests and
Finneran’s parents. Mr. and Mrs relatives with an old
O. H. Johnson on Granite street. Christmas party. During the ev
I hey will leave tomorrow evening ening Santa Claus ottered with
tor their home in Sanger, Cali- » hughe clothe* basket filled with
furnia. Mr. Hubert Thorne, a son jail manner o f presents, useful, ar-
of Mr. and Mr*. Johnson
also tistic, and fun provoking which ht
'‘l’vnt ( hristmas here, having ar- presented to those present. The
rived from San Francisco. He do ¡evening quickly passed with games
parted for his home in Mount j music, and conversation.
! who enjoyed the unusual Christ
mas party at the Simpson
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Burdic, Sr.
were: Mr. and Mrs. Trobach of
of Grants Pass spent Christmas
with their son and family. Dr Medford, William Glenn o f Val
ley View, Mrs. I.etta Keith, Mr
and Mrs. K. L. Burdic Jr., on High
and Mrs. Milton Van Leer,, and!
street. They returned to
Miss Nellie Glenr, o f Washington *
home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Carter, Ber
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Crobridge ant’ nice Carter, Hugh Carter, Miss
. Johnson o f Medford were Anna Hargrove, DErs. Ida Neil o f
visitors at the home o f Mr. and Ashland and sons Harold Simpson
Mrs. O. H. Johnson on Christmas o f Portland and Glen Simpson of
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i n Ns
Blk. 11 ’
C. L. Ha
Rt. 2 Bx
— Buys and Tradr»
L. N U T T E R
Phyiician and Surgeon
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office Phone 128
Convalescent H om e
First National Bank Building
G. W . Gregg. M. D.
Where the sick and aged are
cared for in pleasant homa
Citiaons Bank Bldg.
Office Hours 10 U A. M
2 5 P. M
Phones «P (office) 222 R<ree)
& Storage Co.
COAL. W OOD and STORAGE
D. M. BROWER. M. D.
Uses Radio Heat
Theraphy in connection with
other measures in treating dis
ease. Office at Residence.
21A Ceatral Ave
Packing, Crating and Skipping
Lang Distaace Hauling
AUTO FREIGHT TERMINAL
Office 89 Osk St.
Maialar and f'e a r a te r
Papering. T. Sag
Excellent for Xmas
When doing the
Leave your children
Mrs. Nellie Sielaff’ s
Mothers Care given to
133, Hargadine Ave.
The New Interest
As o f date January 1st we will
credit to the account* o f our savings
bank depositors, interest earned dur
ing the past six months.
The period between now and Jan
uary 5th, inclusive, is an especially
practical time in which to open or
add to a savings account. New resi
dents who have accounts elsewhere
may well transfer them to this local
bank, as the change may be made at
this time without loss o f interest.
Bring us your pass-book and we shall
be glad to take care o f the details in
connection with the transfer.
People who make deposits regu
larly each month receive their re
ward in increased interest, as we
compute interest from the first o f
each month on all deposits n\ade on
or before the 5th o f that month.
COMMERCIAL «* SAVINGS • SAFE DEPOSIT
LEASE EXPIRES AND STORE CLOSES FOR EVER AT 375 EAST MAIN ST.
EVERY ARTICLE SOLD. GOES UNDER THE HAMMER REGARDLESS OF
2 SALES DAILY
FRIDAY DEC. 30, 1:30 and 7 p. m.
SATURDAY, DEC. 31, 1:30 and 7 p. m.
You Can Buy These At Your Own Price
SHIRTS COATS PANTS
UNDERW EAR ETC.
BARRELS OF DISHES
HARNESS & SHOE
TOOLS OF ALL KINDS»
TYPEW RITERS, SHOW
TECTOR A U T O SUP
PLIES. JACKS PUMPS.
TOOLS, POLISH ETC
Aa 4 ,T ? ™ BsîLES- GRANT 6 ROADSTER. FORD TRACTO R.
AND FORD PARTS
F irst N ational B ank
FINAL END OF W O O D S 18 YEARS OF BUSINESS GATHERINGS IN ASH-
t e l Bush
C O M B IN A T IO N
375 East Main
1* eping wit
I »te to the
| much merrii
I »ffair were
I Smith. Mr.
I Mr and M
I Mr and M
I *nd Mi*se«
I '• raldine (i
F. L. Na
| dealer »old
Talent to C
SOME FURNITURE AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER ARTICLES
Bank o f As
! Pi< yees Moi
j her 26. wit)
| at the Lithii
V- W. KNOTT^
*»! road ta