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A SH LA N D
doubt and misgivings and compe
Absolutely defiant, with no sign j Eagle Point, J. R. McCracken, F. is in this manner helping the in
titive difficulties are thihning out
DAUGHTER OF NILE HEAD'
remorse, and with no ft?nr of D. Swingle, W. F. Ford, Ed. Baer,
that predictions for much
De lphi an C ha pter M e e t i n g
possible punishment, this youth R. J. Luke, Austie Brown, Jesse
blue in the sky during the
The local Delphian Chapter
seemed to have nothing to con L. Neil, Ed. B. Barron, A.
V. chain store difficulty, which is
met Tuesday afternoon, January keys, Mabel Loomis Ashland, Me- ceal or little thought of the fu* Whitney, L. P. Million, J. R. H off so predominant at this time. Ir. | prices and put them out of busi. coming year are about to be rea
24, in the hall room of the l.ith..' i j,> was the recipient of a num- ture. His difiant attitude was a
man, J. W. McCoy, M. Page, 1 1 taking this stand it is advocating ness, or at least stay in business lized. Though the sea is a little
Springs hotel. “ Shakespean an«'| ber of beautiful gifts and bastkets puzzler. His father sat in the po Ashland and G. H. Carlton, C. M. a closer relationship between jo !;, 1 themselves. Anyone who takes rough at times yet the old ship,
His England,” was the subject o f i
lice station with his two boys and
Merritt, W* E. Butler and
BiA bers and retailers and is trying a look at the Friday night papers Enders Wholesale Grocery
of flowers presentea to her
the afternoon which was most in
as he unerringly hit a spitoon
Walsch o f Eagle Point.
to eliminate the idea that all men from week to week will realize sail safely into port with all sails
1 friends and members of the tem
terestingly and capably handled
some several feet away with
are dishonest and that 911 per cent that trying to keep up with th* flying to deliver the goods, as al
ple. Installation was followed by
by the members of the two groupJ
stream of tobacco juice, had noth
o f our fHlow citizens are trying procession on this basis is simply ways, most economically and well
; initiation, a large class being ini-
ENDERS W H O LE SA LE
The following topics being deliv
ing to say, until taken into a pri
' tinted into the order.
IS GREAT ASSET to "Gold Brick” us, keeping in a short cut to the assylum.
to the retail groceries in its ter.
ered: “ London Playhouses,” Misj
vate office, when he admitted to
Decorations in the main hall
mind that retailers like itself are
It would seem that the clouds of ritory.
the officers that it was his fault
| were most beautiful and artistic,
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attempting to garner an honest
iences” Mrs. Paulserud, “ Charac
that the boys were out
baskets of ferns and
Peas from Utah, corn from Wiss living by rendering an honest ser
teristics o f Shakespeare,” Mrs. V .,
. . . .
back hours of the night.
| cousin and Maine. Corn meal from vice.
V. Caldwell, “ English Chronicle | __
, , ,____ .________
“ I knew they were begging,” he
ground of luxurious rugs and soft-
Nebraska Mills, Cotton
So if the retailers thus served
Plays” , Mrs. E. A. Woods, “ Ro
declared, “ But I didn’t think they
I ly glowing floor lamps,
from Ohio and New York, beside* will look upon it as their purchas
man Tragedies,” Mrs. F. G. Swed
j Following the afternoon’s cere were stealing.”
countless items purchased on th* ing agents, keeping in mind that
enburg, “ Light Comedies,” Mrs. I
Mail Your W orn Shoes
monies a sumptuous banquet wal
Pacific Coast requiring from one all purchasing agents are liable tu
G. H. Yeo, “ The Great Tragedies"!
"iven at the Hotel Medford which
to six weeks to procure new. sup' make mistakes and sometimes to
Mrs. John Fuller, “ The Last Come*
; was attended by the members ana to give the family a floater, to send' pliese.
dies,” Mrs. L. H. Hansen, and thu
them hack to California, and that
| their husbands.
It is also interesting to note that! that the point has arrived from
book review,” The Royal Road to
The tables were most beautiful ends the case in so as the officials j Enders Whc.’ esale Grocery bring* which both can proceed to work
Romance,” by Richard Hallibur*
I v.ith colorful baskets of flowers,
Return Mail Service
the greatest revenue to the South out a distributing system that will
ton, was given in a most delight
“ Your Feet
Bring You Back”
(and floral corsages for each mem- Isn’t material o f this kind, th* ern Pacific freight depot of any stand under modern requirements.
ful and masterly manner by Mrs.
from which is construct- 1
her. The Temple Patrol furnished timber
A. M. Pracht.
the interesting entertainment duN ed futUrt‘ ,nmate!, of
That nine families are represent superior to a “ Buying Exchange”
Yeoman Social a Success
1 .ng the banquet, consisting
o f . les, and other penal institutions? ed in its payroll, of approximate, among retailers, which has almost
The old-fashoined social and ongs, and feature stunts. A dance
j ly $17,000 annually, 37 percent entirely passed out of the picture.
dance given under the auspices . as the concluding feature of the in allowing young boys to grow of its volume comes from Medford Th - trouble with the
o f the local order of Yeomen at affair, held in the Masonic Hall, up in an envirnment o f begging, where there are two other whole
the Moose hall Tuesday evening Many from Ashland were in at- slovenleness and thievery.
sale grocery houses. Ashland con
Has the signing of a confession
January 24, was a success from tendsnee it being estimated thu*
tributes but 21 per cent of its to
every angle. Dancing was indulg there were about 175 present,
tal sales, Grants Pass, 45 miles
ed in by the members and friend* Roseburg, Grants Pass, Klamath or does he still believe “ That the away, contributes 13 per cent,
of the order until two
o’clock) Falls and other Southern Oregon money belongs to us.”
j Klamath Falls 68 miles away con
boxes were auctioned o ff at elev- towns being represented.
tributes 18 per cent.
MANY ARE HERE
en o’clock, partners for supper
The Chief function of this en
FOR SHEEP MEETING
Now For The
being provided in that manner. YOUTH PRESENT A
terprise is to carry a well select
Music for the dancing was fur*
ed stock of merchandise bought
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nished by members o f the Yeoman j
in suitable quantities to econom.
“ The feeding o f ewes at lamb
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ally serve retail distributers with
Alpha Club Meet*
In the course of the questioning ing time must be so that she will in the territory it serves.
The Alpha Club of the O. E. S. ■ it was brought out that the boys milk well,” said Mr. Herrin, “ it
And is literally taking the posi
No. 1 of this city met in the din* j father had sent the m out to beg is well to have on hand at this tion of purchasing agent
ing room o f the Masonic
Hall, ! he claiming that it was impossible time 50 pounds of good alfalft- those retailers who intrust their
hay or clover, for each ewe. Th*
Tuesday afternoon, January 24, to secure work.
orders for merchandise to it. And
Mrs. Minnie Porter, president of j
The first question asked the is the standard allotment. Silagi<
the society presiding at the busi- I hoys after their confession was. j is also a good thing to have at th «
SO C IE T Y
OVERLAND SHOE SHOP
ness meeting. Plans were made t o ' “ What were you after when t'me- H y ° u don ‘ have anything-
give several public
entertain- ! y ° u broke into all these places?” | at tb's l ‘ me but 'eKumt hay sup-i
ments during the winter, the firsti
“ Money,” was the laconic reply, I P*y about a pound o f oats a day._
“ What were you going to do This is KOO<l '«»■‘»•»«ce for lambs
to be most likely in the form of
with the money?"
| are one of tbe Important products
"W e needed it and we were go- of the 8heeP business.”
Officers o f the club ar°, i "“ ri.
A,lother matter o f wool produc-
dent, Mrs. Minnie Porter: Vice- ing to have it.” from the thirteen
president, Mrs. Dorothy Hardy; y * * r o!cl youngster.
j !ion is «hearing. It was brougl •
Secretary, Mrs. E. M.
“ Did you ever serve a sentence out lhat the sheep should be shean
Treasurer, Mrs. S. A. Peters, Jr. before this?”
ed about the same time each year
Hostesses for the occasion were
‘ ‘ What du ya mean, have I ever ° r they wi.11 besr' n to lose theii
Mr». Sam McNair and Mrs. H C
*n in the penitentiary?”
w oo. hall is the best time to cull
“ No you are to young to he in ! f ° r W° o1 P ^ ^ o n . Much consid
Stock. Games and caras were tin«
amusi ments o f the
afternoon, the penitentiary, have ever been erat,on must be ‘ «ken for this
matter or the percent o f lamb.i
Mrs. J. D. McKae winning a prize in a reform school?”
Keeps Liquids Hot
“ I have been in a detention ' Wl.11 be cut down. One of the main
for holding hi.;h «core in Bridge
and Mrs. Le ah CuldweW
bein • home in Phoenix,” was the surly; tbings is to get rid o f light shear-
award««! the prise in the guessing " ’P'y-
| ?rs for U makl“8 wo0> Productio «
contests. Late in the afternoon the
“ Phoenix, Phoenix, where, Ore- KT<jat,' r
Doctor Shaw in his talk
re- * on?”
frishmenls («, he ladi-s present.
“ Navr>” Raymond replied fore-1 ShPj P 1 ls*ases" t° ld o f a new
! ¡ng his eyes that had hitherto fail- ! ^ medy that had been C o v e r e d
meet * —«
from 1 f° . . r . * uka ° r Le‘‘oh- a
i 1 —
— e look »uni
Regular Sud.y servief. will
o t t i c * r * - *° d«D«ntly glare at ™
“ Preval“ "*
hehl at the Baptist Church, Rev. th m’ “ Don’t cha know anything
Among those who attended the
Dunham in charge o f Church ser- jbout »eORrsphy, Phoenix, Ari-
meeting were: County agent R.
vices. There will be a happy *ut«|xona'
G. Fowler o f Medford. Bert Harr,
prise in the musical pri'gram and
“ Has your older brother had
O. V. Richie, Bellview
you will miss something if you nything to do with these robber-
District, Ralph Billings, Ashland
an* not there both morning an«i
Geo. Irwin, Fred Rapp,
Pellet, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cook
Our Sunday school is guining in
all of Talent, Mrs. W. G. Tucker,
humhers and enthusiasm and al, ply. “ he’s a tattle tale, I would
t'ast Ashland, Dewey Givan, Tom
»•••m to get in the spirit of doing n’t tell him any thing, he’s no
Givan. H. F. Swingle, S. T. John
thing* for the Muster, and next
son, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Etch, Arch-
Sunday we are hoping to break
you ^edow*' * wouldn’t trust
* Ferns, O. C. Boggs, E. M. Ham
“ Winchester Store”
the record attendance o f
thi• ” m'
“ Well,” said the o ffin r s ," we ilton all of Medford, A. W. Thom-
Uro. Dunham, “ ut did his-self in
phoenix F B Harlow,
a fine sermon both morning anti Prlms
Eugene, Earl Hopper, Ness City,
evening last Sunday and looked a*
"What you going to do, make if
Kansas, Carl Von der
though he was just getting
in ! e r in '«* 1 oa‘ o f
tune. His earnestness and
“ No,” officer Talent told him,
worded sermon* cause close at- “ w ** •re Koinlf to trY *nd prevent
tention and you will enjoy them y ° u f rom being one.’
“ Well, I’m not going to have
The Home church where you are » 'i finger print* taken, You’ll
a stranger but one*.
I have to force roe."
Feb- 2 - 3 - 4
TUST LIKE NEW !
3 BIG NIGHTS
T'ecause it was clean-
( 1 and pressed by our
One Day Service
ING & DYEING
Tickets on sale at Chamber of Commerce,
V . W . Beck, Prop
336 E Main
Ashland’s Popular Trading Center
“ The Theatre
Watch This Space For Coming Attractions
Salad Oils are
Big! Fluffy! F resh !!!
But we will still offer
Large 3 lb. Package
price each 27c
Mazola qts. 49c
Friday and Saturday
“ HOOK AND LADDER NO. 9”
Though his friend married the girl he laved h* plunged
e«j into a blazing inferno to sav* the happiness o f th*
man who wronged him.
Ju*t a few Boxes Left
at per box 75c
Best For fine Clothes
F»«lurin( Dion* E11 •* and Edward Harn
Laura La Plante
“ SILK STOCKINGS”
A whimsical dainty, furce comedy in which a pair o \
Silk stocking* cause consternation in the house o f Sam
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
W allace Beery and Raymond Hatton
Snow slid*«, toppling eliffs. teriffic blizzards and bis-
u * contribute to the thrills and suspense o f this pic-
tu n .
'and LADDER. No. 9
r* Saturday night
th* Ins*, t
r -T i
A (\ c
Don’ t Forget That
Those Fancy Foss
30c per pound
W c have extra Fancy
3-lbs. for SI.45 Klamath Gerrs
See them in our
per pkg. 9c
“ W IFE SAVERS”
fo ra fm
Lithia Springs Hotel
B r o th e rs
11-lbs. for 25c
W E S E L L FO R C A S H A N D D E L IV E R T H E G O O D S