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ASH LAN D
400. Also have a number of
other houses at from $750 up. H
You are cordially invited to at
Bessie Daley and Edith Eden
tend all the services o f this church
C. Galey, 65 E Main street.
new students in the Junioi
you will find a real
WANTED POSITION: As truck
ass at the high school. They en.
and a warm welcome. Gospel ser
FOR SALE: The best buy in Ore
Driver 3 years trucking exper
mons and gospel singing.
gon 421 acres fine improve*
ience or other work. Call 741-J
I The Community Club will have
mepts 8 room modern house, 2
C H R IS T IA N C H U R C H
after 5 p. m.
|eir regular meeting next Wed-
Second and A
springs, 300 acre
day at 2 p. m. The Study of
close to Pheonix. $8000 easy FO R S A L E M IS C E L A N E O U S
If you have i-> church home in
egon History will be resumed.
to right party. See Ash
Legion members apparently are A hlard, vou are cordially invited
FOR SALE: Maxwell Tour. 1921.
|The county health nurse and
Good condtion. Cash $45.00 or !
anty physician Dr. Inskeep gave vigorous young men looking for to make this church your home,
$50.00 See at 117 8th
first Toxin anti-Toxin treat-* work. The nation has many large and to attend the services each
^nt to a number of the school tasks for them. Let them carry od Lord’s Day.
Bible schol 9:45 a. m.
pldren Tuesday. The next wil) in the same spirit of the Asgonne
FOR RENT: Two furnished 5 FOR SALE or TRADE: for what
given next Tuesday Jan. 31., and the patriotic citizens of thil
room apartments. Close in with
Communion Service 11 :U0.
kd the next Feb. 7th. The child- United States will back them to ho
garage. $18 per month. Phone
Communion Sermon 11:15 on
who failed to bring their limit.
9F11 or 105
the subject “ What lack I yet?”
Commander Ralph E. Bowen
J-ds signed by parents this week
Christian Endeavor 6 :30 r. m.
FOR S A L E L IV E ST O C K
111 be given their first treatmei« makes an appeal to all ex-service
Evening Church service 7:30.
|xt Tuesday. This course of toxin JOIN NOW.
The theme of the evening ser. FOR SALE: Barred Rock Chick
ti-toxin treatments will immune
ens and cows. 440 Wightman oi
vice will be “ What ^hurch
se taking it from diptheria.
A T THE CHURCHES join ?”
Mrs. Robt. Flock of Gold Hill
Come let us go unto the house
FOR SALE: Mik Goat
r f Jehovah.
the guest of Mrs.
fresh, 200 egg incubator, Own-
North Main and Laurel Sts.
ar going away will sell cheap.
H. F. Pemberton, Pastor
fclr. and Mrs. H. M. Morriso:*jp
W. P. Miner, 600 Indiana sL
-0 I I
Wesley Morrison motored to '
Morning worship at 11. Ser
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ants Pass Monday. Wesley re
mon subject: “ Our Faith in the
'FOR SALE: Six weeks old Pigs,!
ined Tuesday bringing a largi
N. E. Bond Rt. 2 Phone 6F21.
which Mr. Morrison pur
Evening worship at 7 :30
ject: “ The Father and the Prodi
Rates: One cent a word firs*
The Woman’s Home Missionary
FOR SALE: Cows for Sale. Two
insertion; one-half cent a
|iety will meet with Mrs. I. C.
fresh cows one coming April.
Junior Ch'. rch for children rrom
word thereafter. Minimum
liams next Thursday Feb. 2nd
Also good separator. All for
7 to 13 at 11.
for Eight, Sil
|2:3w- p. m.
$350. See H. C. Galey, 65 E
Sunday School for Bible study
ver for Six.
Ir. W. R. Nyswaner went to at 9:45.
co, Calif., last Saturday with
Sets of 8 in Holmes and Ed
iuck load of apples. He return-
Young People from 14 up.
wards Gorham and Community
Wesley Forum at 6:15 Norma; FOR TRADE: Will trade auto,
students and all teachers.
wood or plough not v rv par
Prayer meeting Wednesday ev
ticular how, for good I ~ood
ening at 7 :30.
sow or good milk cow. Rc. 'e 2,
You are cordially invited
attend this church. Gospel ser
FOR RENT HOUSES
mons, Christian fellowship, home
272 EAST M A I N ST.
like atmosphere and a hearty wel FOR RENT:’ 5-room furnished
come will make you want to comil
bungalow. Phone 298-J or call
° - - E’
again. Strangers and visitors es
96 Laurel street.
pecially welcome. Come
FOR RENT: Apartments ror rent
!■ ____ 1
Enquire 167 East Main street.
CH U RCH O F TH E
FOR RENT: Five room furnished
house, 239 Second street. In
Fourt and C Street*
quire at 713 Oak street.
N O TE S
“ super-service” for the disabled.
The Legion obtained the passage
of the Reed-Johnson bill whicl*
carried benefits for 100,000 vet
erans and their dependants and
codified and liberalized the laws
affecting the disabled a measure
called the greatest piece of con
structive legislation since the crea
tion o f the veteran’s bureau.
strawberry plants, aad turkeys,
have you? Saddle pony, ton
truck and trailor, drag saw,
sewing machine, Gettysburg 121
green madrona and oak w oo^
Rt. 1 Box 13«.
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BROKEN SLICE PINEAPPLE No. 2 1/*
1 5 lb. tin Orange
Assumes Novel Lines
With Illuminated Bulletin |
“ What Is Sin?” will be the sub
ject Su-Jay morning at 11 a. m.
Is there anything wrong with the
United States? Why the so called
“ Crime Wave,” Has science done
away with sin? These are some of
the questions to be dealt with.
The American Legion is win-
“ The Heart of the Fool,” is the
ng the support of many good
subject for 7 :30 worship period.
tzens who believed that its stand
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
r adjusted compensation was the
Wirt M. Wright superintendent.
imary objective of the veteran’ i
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p.
mization. Relief of disabled,
m. “ The Church at Work.”
lericanism, Community better-
The pastor Rev. Hugh T. Mitch-
ent and other altruistic Legio.i
elmore will speak at both church
terprises were overlooked by
ousands whose opposition to the
mpensation measure was
evening at 7:30 “ Judging one
eat as to forget the other item»!
Another, 1 Corinthiar: 4:1.5.
the Legion program held of j
ual importance by the Legion*
FULL GOSPEL TEMPLE
Corner Fifth and Ea*t Main St*.
With compensation out o f the I
J. E. M U R P H Y , P a.tor
ly, the veteran’s organization ------------------------------------------------- o
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. You
Is concentrated its activities on
Jorld peace measures, community will find in our Sunday School a
Ameri- real Primary department with a
knism and naturalization
pro* splendid corp of teachers. We ex-
ts, in addition to its determined-tend to all parents an invitation td
nd *or relief of disabled fight-1 send their children to the Sunday
ana the raising of a national school; classes for all ages, we
dowment fund to care for thl welcome all.
hans of those who fell in th»l
Morning worship 11 a. m.
Young peoples meeting 6:30 p.
B |The American Legion is de- m. all young people are welcome
■Dnstrating that it proposes to to come and take part and be one
■r* up to the preamble o f ita con- of those who is pushing the bat
■ptution, which states, "For God tle o f faith.
td Country we associate our-
Special prayer service
» 6:30 to 7:30 p. m. every Sunday
To this end the Legion askrj evening
»ngress to enact a universal ser-1 Evening worship 7:30 p. .«.
pee act. drafting the nation«' re*
We are praying for « jrrnat day
lurces of labor, capital and in* next Sunday. January 29, all day
tstry as well as fighting men in service at the church come and
next war. It is supporting bring your lunch and enjoy tho
eneral Pershing's program for ar’ j service and pray for a great vie-
adequate national defense. Thrv tory. WILL YOU BE PRESENT?
Wednesday evening evangelist
composed of service men o f as- «ervice« 7 :30.
Thursday afternoon 2 y.
and more efficient ser ladies prayer meet! ^ * at the
the part o f the United church.
Veteran's Bureau it sough«,
Men's prayer meeting Thurs-
fcy the I igion. which ststed in it-J day 7:30 p. n all men are invit.
In*; convention that it would be
I to aru m .
-fied with n rth irf 1
ONION SETS 2 LBS.
SEED POTATOES AND GARDEN SEEDS
OF ALL KINDS
P. C. T H A T C H E R , P a.tor
FOR RFNT: Furnishea •ton«".
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Mr,
T. S. Wiley, Superintendent.
FOR S A L E R E A L E S T A T E
At 11 o’clock, morning worship
[With an unusual shot like this
, with sermon from the
subject, FOR SALE: See Ashland Realty
|e may know thatoj,e .s .m .r t l f | „ The Helplessness of Man-„
for Reliable Realty.
Dd. The new Hi-Topper is o
At 6:30 p. m. Young Peoples
rk brown kid with a gaiter like Meeting.
p of the new honey beige shade,
sales rights on several very de
At 7 :30 p. m. Praise service fol
•apped about the ankle with a
sirable homes enable me to o ff
lowed with sermon from the sub
uckle, strap fastening.
er them at prices away below
ject, “ The established Heart and
costs. These are
Sensible Cuban heels are leather Life.”
b, yestates or non
The regular mid-week
residents and can be bought
meeting will be held on Wednes.
right now. Prices $2000, to $4,-
THE SHOE DEN,
SATU RD AY SPECIAL ALL
W e want you to see
this car and ride in it.
Phone or Call
Claycomb Motor Co.
Ford Sales & Service
e / w m j
ELIZABETH ARDEN’ S
Dollar Day Sales!
Use Venetian Cleansing Cream, Ardena Skin
Tonic, Special Astringent .and Orange Skin
Food each morning and night, following the
method o f an Elizabeth Arden Treatment to
supply every need o f your skin.
Elizabeth Arden’s Venetian Toilet Prepara
tions are on sale at—
Winter W eight Knit
$1.50 to $1.75 Values
Lithia Springs Pharmacy jj
A few Silk Petticoats
up to $6.95 Values
AgenU for Owl Drug Product«
W e G iv e
Up to $5.00 Values
A few womens Suits
One lot $5.00 Velour
Coatings in dark col
G r e e n D is c o u n t S t a m p s
Greatest values you
have ever seen
wool dress goods dur
ing this final drive
f6r complete disposal
of all wool goods.
$1.00 for Jacket
$1.00 For Skirt
$2.75 to $3.75
$1.50 to $2.00
Middies, Blouses with
Blue W ool Serge Col
A New Patent Pump
Another one of our new QUEEN
Q U A L IT Y Spring Models have arrived. It
is a black patent Pump with high heel and
large Steel Cut Buckle. This beautiful
shoe is very moderately priced when you
consider the STYLE, Q U A L IT Y
C O M FO R T. Widths from A A A to B.
Infants Caps in W ool,
Fibre, Silk and W ool
items besides those
W ool Crepe, Tricotins
Poiret Twill and oth
er 40 to 56 goods notf
for final clear out.
One lot $1.35 to $1.45
Values in 36 to 39
Batiste, W ool, Chal-
lis and fancy worst
$5.95 Cut Chemille
for evening dresses
One lot $1.75 to $2.75
Values in Silks in a
final clean up—
One lot 69 to 89c
spring dresses —
2 Yard» $1.00
One Table of 50 to
60c wash fabrics for
3 Yard» $1.00
35c to 45c Y am s
Knitting W or »ted
3 Hank» $1.00