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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View This Issue
ing Willamette University and i* | months in Seattle i* visiting with are house guests of Mrs.
Tuttle’* Mrs. A. M. Purves, mother 0|
muir was a Christmas week-end Yreka where they spent Christmas !
Mrs. Carl Murphy on Iowa -
visitor with relatives in Ashland. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- j
i fore entering the University of of Mountain Avenue.
hjis rc. urnetl
Miss Koehler, who has been ry Fiock Mrs. Fiock is the daugh‘ with his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Bailey o f Oregon at Eugene.
Mr. W. E. Pierson spent Christ-
spending several days at th« ter of Mr. and Mrs. Tucker and 4
Portland have W t M th.- kN M
\|r. and .Mi-. Hillings on their j M l with his ag .-d mother at Duns- . "
’ e_ ** **n v*-*itii«;»
home of her parents in this city, sister o f Wilbur.
daughter, Mrs. H. P. Tw«goo<
Susanne Homes Carter left ; 803 North Main and will spend the j ranch north o f town were th» muir, California,
has returned to San Francisco,
gracious host and hostess Christ- j Rev. J; E. Murphy was . the "Mrs. Purves i- Pa ,t »¡«Chty yetB
where she is employed by the Monday for Portland where she j winter in this city.
mai. dav t0 a g ro u p 'o f relatives guest o f Mr. and Mrs. Paul Held : «H, end will now make her h«
Southern Pacific company.
I wilii Mrs. Murphv
Daisy McGarry and children Convention. Mrs. Carter has beeiiients, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaffei -j-xvo big Christmas trees beauti- for Christmas dinner.
in this city.
had Christmas dinner with Dr. an.i the acting president of the State who live on a ranch on King's f, j iy decorated and laden with
Teacher’s Association but at this[ Highway. George Shaffer and w ifjj gifts gave great pleasure
Mrs. R. J. Conroy of Medford.
Carl Smith of Crescent Lake, time all new officers will be lect- of Ashland also were guests at thJ Santa Claus appeared and ha id'
ed „ut gifts to everyone. A deli-
spent Christmas in Ashland visit* ed. Professor George Briscoe, Mr. .Shaffer home.
Mrs. Amy Weeden of Sacra- ,-j0u- Turkey dinr.<r with all thd
A. C. Strange and J. A. Church-
Carl Dyrud, who is a student at j j]| o f Ashland left recently for mento is expected to arrive in this j trimmings w as served at noon to
— W h y pay * 1 2 0 .0 0 fo r a W hite
Pacific Northwest Dental col the purpose o f attending the con- city Wednesday foi a short v.s- ihe following guests. Mr. and Mrs.
it with her mother, Mrs. M. J. Mc A. V . Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
a g e n t? W hen you can huy
oar I lege in Portland, is spending the vention.
ja *t as g ood fo r $5 0.00 at P eil’a. Christmas holidays with his par-
Mrs. Jessie Stratton and( three Allister who resides in the Neii Blake o f Corvallis, Mr. and Mrs
A LIQUID CREAM
A lso taw ing machines fo r rent by ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dryud daughters of Portland are visiting Creek district, and relatives living B. Tt Bowei*. Phii, Barbara a..d
the menth at Pail’ s C orner. Ash- on Fourth street.
at the home of Mrs. Stratton’s
Mr. C. A. Barr, son-in-law of M
R. X. Chancy and Clifford
Mrs. Josephine Poley and her j mother Mrs. Mary Wood, 104
Keeps the skin soft and smooth
and Mrs. Frank Merrill who of Valley View, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Professor Strange left the first two daughters/the Misses Eva and | Laurel street.
Mr. Charles Crouch of Brea, with his family has been visiting M. Herbert. R us'dl and Mary, md
o f the week for Portland where he Minnie Poley, who teach in the
W onderful powder base and for after
will attend the state teachers’ con Oakland, California, high schools, j California, is spending the Christ in Ashland during the Christmas the Hurt f.nd Hostess Mr. and Mr*.
holidays, left Monday for Sacral Ralph Billings and John.
are spending the Christmas vaca mas holidays in Ashland.
Mrs. G. H. Day, her sister Mis* tion with their son and brother, , Earl B. Hopper of this city ar memo, where he is employed. Mrs.
VIr. and Mrs. J. B. Tuttle and
Price 50c and 85c
Dayton and their house guest, Mrs. Wilmer Poley and family on the j rived and will spend several day* Barr and children will remain foy family of Dunsmuir, California
L. S. Elright o f Decorah, Iowa,
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ferguson of friends before departing for their
■pent Christmas day at the Orth- streets.
California are in Ash* home.
y sc ranch near Talent where they
Dr. Donald Walker o f Astoria
enjoyed a splendid dinner and North Main street, who have been land for a few weeks while Mr.
his parents Mr. and Mrs.
of Liberty street.
On Sunday, December 18, a son
Mr. Kail Grill of Portland is in
was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Charles I Portland are expected home Sun- S. P. yards. Mr. Gillette is taking
Ashland on business.
Never before could
a month vacation.
Suber of this city. Mr. and Mr«. | day.
W e G w e
G » l f n D i s c o u n t S tamps
Mr. Dexter Patterson and fam
Miss Laura Prescott o f Chest-
you buy Edison Maz-
Suber recently came over from
George Lowe, son of Mr. and
Klamath Falls to spend the win Mrs. D. M. Lowe, who reside in the nut street is visiting relatives and ily visited in this city over thd ) da lamps at so low a
ter in Ashland.
Valley View district, is spending friends at Portland during the Christmas holidays, at the Patter
price— or enjoy such
• son home on North Main street.
Theo. Yerian, instructor in the the Christmas holidays with his holidays.
Mr. H. Leo Jones of Dunsmuir
Howard Wiley who
Oregon Institute of Technology parents. George is a student at
hi* spent the week end in Ashland
sit Portland arrived in Ashland i the University of Oregon where with infantile paralysis at
Friday to spend the holidays with he ii quite prominent in athletics,
Mrs. Ida Weightman and Mr.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. D.
Miss LaVeta Baer has returned improving and though not able to
Yerian of 68 Dewey street.
to her home south of town, after be out o f bed, it is thought that Ralph Murphy o f Portland, visited
room in your
Miss Edna Goheen, instructor of an extended visit in Calabar, Mont.
English in the junior high school,
home — and you'll
Artro Swingle, who is a student and the family will be let out of holidays.
Misg Lois Weeden of Klamath
is expected home from her Christ at the Oregon State college, is quarantine this week.
know what a differ
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hale enter Fall* spent Christmas day with
mas vacation Sunday.
While in spending the Christmas vacation
tained at a sumptous Christmas
Seattle, Miss Goheen visited Mrs, with his parents on Bush street.
M'rs. Ira A. Bolton who
Cowgill, formerly Miss Annette
Barnard Joy, student at the dinner the following guests Mr.
Wetherford, and stopped in Port Oregon Agricultural college in Cor and Mrs. J. B. Tuttle and family been a resident at the
Check over your fix
land with Mis* Ruth Mitchell, who vallis, is spending the holidays of Dunsmuir and Mrs. Mrytle apartments since last May and at
You, too, may
also formerly taught in this city with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. | Pollard, Mrs. Mary Hale, and Mrs. tended the normal school here,
recently graduated and accepted
W. E. Pierson.
in the public schools.
C. Joy in the Bellview district.
Mrs. Litsie Merritt and young
Rosina and Frances Gallatin
Mr. and Mrs. Bieder and fam
son, Jackie, who have been spend are spending the holidays with ily who are living at the Hardy Oregon, leaving Friday for thui
they’re designed to
ing the Christmas holidays with- their parents in the Valley View Apartments spent Christmas day place.
Mrs. Merritt's sister in Oakland district. Rosina and Frances are with their old friends Mr. and
Mr. Earl Wilshire of I^ikeview,
will return home Sunday.
attending the Oregon State col Mrs. H. H. L«-avitt on Chestnut who has been spending a
Mis* Gertrude Engrle, assistant lege in Corvallis.
principal and dean of the Rich
Mr. Geo. Hayes, who for some
Mr. E. M. Chicote o f Klamath
Tuna Fish Salad
mond high school of Richmond« time has been the organist at the
Falls who has been visiting hi*
California. Is spending the Christ Vining Theatre, left recently fo •
famil> over Christmas at their
mas holidays with her mother, Los Angeles where he will conduct
horn«« on Palm Avenue, returned
Mrs. Angie Engia and her bro a school of music, featuring the
J. O. Langworthy
Home made Pies and Cakes
Tuesday to Kiamath Fallr. Mr*.
ther and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Frei> Pipe Organ. Mr. Hayes made many
Chilcote accompanied him and will
Hot and Cold Drinks
Eagle at their home on the Boule* friends while living here and stat
visit in that city for a few« days
Our Kitchen is in charge of
ed that he regretted in leaving before returning to her family in
xcaM C ooscceoc = s s s
* Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hicks an<| Ashland. The management o f th«
MRS. JACK BEAGLE
daughter of Yreka arrived in Ash Vining also regrets his departure
Mr. E C. Dillard o f Mf-dford
land Monday to spend several day* stating that he was one of the best
Children ............. 25c
a visitor in Ashland Monday
with his mother on North Main that they have ever had. Mr. Hay.\-‘
Mrs. B. F. Van Dyke and soil
will be replaced by Mr. H. Me. C. Frank o f Medford w°re visiting
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Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Balls and Davenport, of Los Angeles, who
friends in Ashland Sunday anil
daughters, Janet and Jean of Al comes highly recommended front Monday. Mr. Van Dyke i* attend»
t-T r y oar Thermo«/ Brake Lining that city.
nl THIRD STREET GARAGE,
j Mr. and Mrs. Fraley were guests
linon street spent Christmas d a/ Christmas day with their niece and
in Medford visiting friends.
nephew Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Lane and Miss Gerald« Fisk of Griffon Creek.
ine Gunn were amon gthe guestr
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Tucker and i
at the Blue Flower lodge for son Wilbur returned today from !
Harold Simpson, who ha* been
■pending the Christmas vacation
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
H. Simpson and brother, Glenn, of
North Main street, returned Mon
day evening to his home in Port
Mr“. L. S. Elright of Decorah,
Iowa, is visiting Mrs. G. H. Way
and Mrs. Dayton of North Main
street. Mrs. Elright is an old
friend of Mrs. Day and Mrs. Day-
ton and expects to remain in Ash
land several weeks.
! Lithia Springs Pharmacy!
Mr. and Virs. Frank Jordan of
upper Granite street spent Mon.
day in Medford visiting Mr. Jois - *
dan’s nephew and wife, Mr. and
Mr*. Paul Jordan.
Santa Claus was especially
generous to Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Engle this year in presenting
them with a beautiful new Chrj*
USED CAR VALUES
J. W. Lo«her o f Portland, who
ha* been visiting friends in this
city during the Christmas holidays
U leaving in a few days for Pasai
dena, California, where he expects
to spend several month. Vlr. Lost,
er is well known in Ashland where
he resided a number of years ago.
Mr*. Zelda Heer .Smith o f Duns«
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Stop S u fferin g
1923 FORD TOURING
A Story by Zane Gray
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Thursday and Friday
1925 DODGE RDSTR.
Casey's R h e u m a t i c
Remedy drives out the
uric acid poi*cn
pain and swelling, sold
on a money bock guar
* 1 5 0 P e r B o ttle By
FO RD S A L E S
« S E R V IC E
With Sally O’Neil and Molly O'Day
A Cosmopolitan Production
Our first sale left us with several broken lots-a few shoes each of
the various styles and leathers. To clear our shelves o f them all
we give you your choice of
With Tim McCoy, A western
Any Shoe in This Stock
D r tu r S t o r e
r cr i
i ■ est (
t g one
■ j proti
J “ dei-
to n c
!’. n > pa
$ 3 .9 5
Remember, this includes shoes which sold as high as $8.00 in
regular stock. This price will close them out quickly.
Childrens Shoes Reduced
Our Complete stock o f Kewpie Twin shoes for children is now
marketl down and you can save many dollars on these quality
shoes for the youngsters.
Sale Starts Thursday, Dec. 29
75 fo r D r u g »
THE SPOILERS OF THE W EST”
Here Is Some Good
W atch This Space For Coming Attractions
1924 FORD TOURING
“ OPEN RANGE”
1924 ROADSTER PICKUP
Shoes of Merit Only