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Lee Pierce and family
have been residing on Bush street
left the first o f the week for Los
Angeles where Mr. Pierce has a
position with the Standard Oil
Company. The trip was made by
tf j motor.
— W Vy pay 91 20 .0 6 fa r a W hite
ary S ew ia g
■t? W h oa you can b a y
Joel a* g ood fo r $50.00 at Pail’ *.
A lea »ew iag m ach ia«» fo r roat by
tba m oath at P all’* C oraor. AiW-
Fred S. Engle, Cashier in the
Citizens’ Bank of Ashland left
Thursday evening for Centralia,
Washington, where he is a local
delegate to the Kiwanis Conven
— T r y e a r Thor mold Brake Lining tion, held in that city Saturday.
Mr. Engle is the president of the
a t T H IR D S T R E E T G A R A G E .
Ashland Kiwanis club.
County agent R. G. Fowler of
Medford spent Friday in Ashland.
Delphian Chapter M eeting
Mr. Fowler has made arrange-*
A joint meeting o f the Delphian
ments to be at the Chamber of
Commerce Friday o f each week. groups will be held in the ball
This makes the third Friday Mr. room of the Lithia Springs hotel
Fowler has spent in Ashland on on Tuesday, Janu.v-y 24 when th*
seceond Delphian chapter meet
county agent business.
will be rendered. English
— Read the new ‘ Billing’ s” Ad. If
plays «v.ll be given by
"a rith m etic”
w ron g , ask a Norm al
High Mrs. E. A. Woods, “ Roman Trage
73*4t dies” will be interpreted? by Mrs.
S ch ool Student about it.
Emil Peil, "T h “ Last Comediis”
F. R. Knowlton and E. R. Cuh-
will be explained by Mrs. L. H.
lman o f the poultry department of
Hansen, Mrs. G. H. Yeo will rpeak
O. A. C. are spending several day*
on "Light Tragedies,” Miss Graves
in Ashland and vicinity calling on
on "London Playhouses,” Mrs.
poultry raisers and computing the
Paulserud will describe "Shake
cost of poultry production. A sur
spearean Audiences, Characteris
vey of the whole state o f Oregoit
tics o f Shakespear” will be por
will be made which will probably
trayed by Mrs. V. V. Caldwell,
last approximately 3 years.
and Mrs. A. H. Pracht will re
— Ashland Realty Co. for Reliable 1 view "The Royal Road to Ro
72 -tf mance” by Richard Haliburton.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Tonner and
children Mercedes, Lavonne, and
Charles were dinner guests at the
A. A. Madden home on Pine street
FINEST WITCH HAZEL
Ow l Witch Hazel is two or 3 times as strong
as ordinary Witch Hazel. Just because Witch
Hazel is such a universally used household re
medy, don’t think that there is no difference in [fl
qualities. Your first use o f Owl Witch Hazel will J
prove this to you.—
One whole pint at .................. .......................... 60c
Lithia Springs Pharmacy
Lane county students attending
the Normal school organized a
club yesterday and elected oif.
cers. Sibyl Beatch was chosen a*
preseident, Jessie Pruitt, vice-
president, and Camille Schneide*
secretary-treasurer. Marion Ady
and Virginia Halez were elected a*
faculty advisors for the club.
At present there are five coun
ty organizations at the
school, Klamath-Lake club, East'
ern Oregon Live Wires, Triple C,
Douglas county club, and the re
cently organized Lanl
Alpha Tauri the dramatic so
Florence V idor i n '
ciety o f the Normal school will
'Honeymoon H*ate* '
hold a formal initiation of mem
A fonano out Picture
bers at the Lithia Springs Hotel
Saturday eveneing, according to i
At the Vining Sunday
Faye Arthur president of the or«
ganization. Dancing will follow Tuesday, Jariuary,
the initiation service. Thirteed attending the state board of the
new members will be taken intd D. A. R. which was recently held
the organization at this
time in Portland. Mrs. MacCracken was*
bringing the total membership to extensively entertained while
the Rose City, being the guest of
Friday an informal initiation honor at a number of affairs and
will be held at the Normal school Thursday the 12th she was guest
at a luncheon of several of the
auditorium at *7:00.
state chairmeh, Friday the 13th
she was guest of
C ivic Club M eeting
Chapter board, at a luncheon,
The next regular meeting of the Friday night, the guest o f Mrs,
Civic Improvement Club will be Arthur Allan Jobes, Saturday ev
held at the
Club-house ening she was the guest o f tho
Tuesday, Februaiy 7. The meeting senior group of the Columbia so
this week was, postponed because ciety o f the American Revolution
o f the furnace in the club-house which was held at the home of
being out of order. After the busi Mrs. Jobes also, and on Sunday
ness meeting a program and social she was the guest o f Dr. and Mrs.
afternoon will be enjoyed.
R. S. Stearns at their home in
Eastmoreland at luncheon.
G r e e n D is c o u n t S t a m p s !
F ou ndation
The Wesley Foundation o f the
Methodist Church will sponsor tho
party scheduled to be given in tho
parlors o f the church on Friday
night January 20. A cordial invi
tation is especially extended to all
Normal school students. The party
is to be a get acquainted affair,
and there will be games and proh.
ably a short “ spicy" program, fol
lowed by refreshments.
L ocal W om an H on ored
Mr*. Gordon MacCracken State
Regent of the Daughters o f the
American Revolution returned to
her home on Hargadine street
Mr*. Frulan Entertain*
Mrs. Walter Frulan was the
gracious hostess this afternoon at
her home on B street when sho
delightfully entertained the ladiel
of the Friday Afternon Embroid
ery Club. The afternoon
were pleasantly spent in needle
work and music. At a late horn*
the hostess assisted by her daugh
ter Mrs. Robert Herrin
elaborate refreshments to
D elightful Party at Lithia
H otel 1
Pains in the limbs and back are often caus
ed by ill-fitting shoes. Women and children
suffering from results o f ill-fitting shoe.'
will find immediate and permanent relief
Queen Quality Shoes
Don’t suffer with foot- troubles. Enjoy
real comfort in good shoes.
The SHOE DEN
“ Shoes o f Merit Only”
, n r. f I V A L I " .
f .T O F .E
b u tto n
After the games, the hostess?*
Beautiful prizes were granted served most
the following ladies for holding ments to the guests seated at the
high and low scores in the games various tables. The table color
of the evening: high score
in scheme was most artistically and
Bridge, Mrs. Judd
low daintily carried out in the pastel
score, Mrs. Dewey Sackett, high shades, napkins, and place card*
Entertain* at B ridge Luncheon
score in the guessing contest!* harmonizing the favors
M rs. John Hughes will presido Mrs. Sam MrNair and low score, beautiful hot-house violet
over a delightful bridge luncheon Mrs. Harold Aikin.
Tuesday, January 24, at her homd
on Oak street. The luncheon wilF
be served at one o’clock, places Ik
being prepared for eight.
After luncheon the ladies will |
• pend the afternoon
bridge. Mrs. Hughes’ guests will
be the following ladies who com
prise the membership of
Bridge Luncheon Club: Mesdamet
L. S. Brown. W. L. Maxey, F. G.
Swedenburg, B. B. Balis, P. S.
Provost, Frank Dean,
Whitney, and the hostess
One o f the most delightful af- i
fairs of the season occured in the.;
Lithia Springs hotel, Thursday ev
ening January 19, when Mesdames
F. F. Whittle, L. S. Brov-n and
W. D. Whittle were hostesses to
approximately one hundred ladies
at an evening of
A u x ilia ry to Trinity Guild Meet* | needle-work. The rooms were de>
A good attendance marked tho corated with bouquets of the win.
social evening of the Auxiliary to ters vivid flowers intermixed with
the Trinity Guild which was held pussywillows. A splendid musical
in the Parish House Wednesday I program was given during the
night. Mesdames William Brigg«, ! evening, the Mitchell twins de-
Nate Simpkins and V. D. Milk * K"l:t’ng in their usual manner
presided as hostesses. Bridge wa 1 with several piano duets, Marjory
the amusement o f the
evening McNair, daughter o f Mr.
Mrs. Rena McNair winning thd Mrs. James McNair, presented two
first prize of the evening for hold, charming feature dances, assisted
ing high score, the second prizri at the the piano by the Mitchell
going to Mrs. Charles A. Haim i •■•¡ns*, her numbers were, “ The
and Miss Ethel Shrum
being Swan dance,” and “ Fausts Ballet»’
awarded the consolation. At the Rose Aikin favored with several
close of the games the hostesses cello solos accompanied at the
T h is
SALE ON SUITS
piano by her sister Tune.
Alpha T au ri Initiation
Agent6 for Owl Drug Product«
Wi G i v e
served delicious refreshments to
the member* and guests. The Par
ish House was most beautiful in
its decoration* o f spring, hug»
baskets and jugs o f pussywillow»
being placed about the rooms.
Lane Ceunty Club
O p e n i n g S a le
T h is
Betty Baxely Wash Frocks S I-98
HAND-TAILORED, ALL W O O L, GUARANTEED SUITS
COINC AT A SACRIFICE
ALL SALES SUITS ALTERED W IT H O U T EXTRA CHARGE
Rem em ber how tl.ey uncG to
hitch Old Dobbin tr* a windlass and
drive him ’round and ’round —
lifting hay and doing heavy chores?
liven then, vou couldn’ t hire
Dobbin for loss than £2 .^ 0 a riav —
say 25 cents an hoar.
Y et an hour’s w ork for an c.ectric
motor using one horsepower o f
electricity usuaiN re*:s o~’ v
7 or 8 cents.
SP E C T A C U L A R !—NEW LOW PRICES FOR 1928
We Always Lead-Compare Our Prices With Others
NEW TO W N
The Season’s Best
A Regular 25c Value
per box 75c
5 Pound» Royal
for only $1.95
A saving of $1.00
A large 2Va Can
per can 15c
Those Long Sweet
6-lbs. for 25c
3 pkgs. 25c
The very best grade
ll-lbs. for 25c
And they are faster than
Old Dobbin ever drcarne-i
when he was a colt.
is the cheapest service
you can buy.
THE CALI FORM A OREGON
POVTER C O ’
See this wonder line o f new wash Frocks.
Never before have we offered such values,
appealing designs in new English Prints.
Ormmdies and Lace
Colors, Clever new Spring Modes $ 1 .98
and at a popular price.
M rdford. O tj J oo
P. and G.
Most household appliance?
use tiny motors of 01.lv r i o o r 1/8
o f a horsepower. You can run them
ten hours for seven or eight cents.
G rsn t* P n t , O rrgna
per lb. 50c
Klamath Falk, O.rgon
orfers extra values tor Saturday
1 fr i* . ( alito mia
IW 'M M M Z S
IX -L«nujf, (.«ilio nua
a wonderful chance to save