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V a lle y V ie w
Mrs. L. E. Ensley and Mrs.
Pearl Wallace, mother and sis
ter o f W. F. DeFord arrived last
Saturday morning from Modesto,
California, enroute t o their
homes in Portland and visited
Mr. and Mrs. DeFord and family-
leaving for home on Sunday morn
Mrs. John Moreland, who was
quite ill a short time ago, is i:n-
porving and is able to be around
in the house again.
Mrs. Mabel Reachert, Mrs.
Mary Brower and Mr. and Mrs.
James Fervel of Ashland visited
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Leslie and
IfSmily last Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Carter, Miss
Bernice and Hugh Carter were
dinner guests at the James Len
nox home last Sunday.
and furniture renovating.” The
following Thursday afternoon will
FOR TRADE: Will trade auto,
be the regular monthly meeting
wood or plough not very par
of the club.
ticular how, for good brcod
Mrs. Anna Fehr, wno has been
cow or good milk cow. Route 2,
spending the winter in Marys
ville and Marigold,
returned last Sunday. Mrs. Fehr
FOR RENT HOUSES
makes her home with her daugh
ter, Mrs. L. H. Gallatin.
FOR RENT: 5-room furnished
Mrs. Mary Kellogg Green of
bungalow. Phone 298-J or call
Ashland is spending a few days
96 Laurel street.
visiting at the home of Mr. and
FOR RENT: Apartments ror rent
Mrs. L. H. Gallatin.
Enquire 167 East Main street.
W AGNER CREEK
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith of
Glendale, Oregon, have been
making- an extended visit with
Mrs. R. B. Purves for the past
Leon and Charles Lockwood
have been engaged in hauling
wood this week.
with A -l dairy cows, pigs,
team and all necessary machtn
ery and tools to work the land.
A good 6 room cottage, large
barn, garage and several other
out buildings. Owner not able
to do the work is only reason
4. I have a good house to ex
change for Los Angeles prop
erty, also 2 fine lots on paved
St. to exchange for property
in Sonoma Co. California.
MRS. S. L. ALLEN
96 Laurel St.
Sunday school at 9 :45 a. m. T.
FOR RENT: Five room furnished
house, 239 Second street. In i... Wiley, superintendent. At 11
o’clock, morning worship, with
quire at 713 Oak street.
FOR RENT: Furmcneo tiouso. sermon from the subject: “ Cul
tivation of C> ristian Content
ment.” At 6:30 p. m. Young
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
peoples meeting. At 7 :30 p. m.
Praise service with sermon from
FOR SALE: See Ashland Realty
“ The Victorious
for Reliable Realty.
Life.” The regular mid-week pray
er meeting will be held on Wed
nesday evening at 7 :80. A hearty
FOR RENT: Two furnished 3
invitation to all. P. C. Thatcher,
room apartments. Close in with
garage. $18 per month. Phone
9F11 or 105
Mr. and Mrs. Holibaugh are
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Briner and
nicely settled in their old home
again. The community is very glad daughter, Rose Elfa and Arthur
to have them in Valley View Eastland of Dorris, California,
spent two days of last week with
C. L. Smith and sister o f Ferns Mr. Briner’s parents, Mr. and
Valley visited at the J. R. Mc Mrs. G. A. Briner c f this creek.
Cracken home last Sunday after
G. A. Briner accompanied his
FOR SALE LIVE STOCK
Lincoln Day” will be observ
son, J. L. Briner to Dorris, Cali
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Westerberg fornia, where he will work a few FOR SALE: Barred Rock Chick ed all day at the church. “ A Re
and son, Richard, of Talent were days blacksmithing. Mr. Briner
ens and cows. 440 W'ightman ot ligion Worth While” will be the
subject of the morning sermon,
Sunday visitors at the G. W. has worked at blacksmithing for
illustrated with incidents from the
the past many years and is run
life of Abraham Lincoln. In the
Arnold and ning a shop and doing all kinds
daughter, Edith of Ashland, Mrs. of work at his home on the creek. WANTED— Hair switches and Sunday school a short program
N. E. Bond and Dorothy visited
Mr. and Mrs . T. W. Combs
rolls made at 52 Roca Street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Arnold last and family were in Medford last Phone 273-L.
Saturday transacting business.
^D. M. Lowe returned last week
P. W. Worden, James Sawyer, WANTED POSITION: As truck
Driver 3 years trucking exper
from Long Beach, California, and Mrs. E. E. Capp and daugh
ience or other work. Call 741-J
where he and Mrs. Lowe have ter, Hazel, motored to Klamath
after 5 p. m.
been spending the winter with Falls and return last Sunday.
their daughter, Mrs. Carl Ander
Miss Margaret Lockwood and
FOR SALE MISCELANEOUS
son and family.
Mr. Lowe was Charles Lockwood spent last
called home on business and e x ' Tuesday evening at the home of FOR RENT— Best location in
Jackson county for grocery
pects to return to southern Cali- Mrs. I. E. Bradley.
store. H. A. Stearns.
fornia soon. Mrs. Lowe has been
Mrs. G. A. Kerby and son,
quite ill, but at last report was Donald and Miss Rachel Williams
FOR SALE— Good cooking range
doing nicely and will probably be were in Ashland last Tuesday on
belt condition, sell
able to come home in the spring, business.
when Mr. Lowe returns.
H. L. Lynch was accidently
Mrs. R. N. Chaney spent last hurt last week when one o f his FOR SALE— Hatching eggs from
Monday with her parents, Mr. cows ran into him.
He is now
pedigreed hens and pullets, $2
and Mrs. Herbert of Ashland and able to do only light work.
per 15. A. Bert Freeman, 112
I’m going to tell him
visited with her sister, Mrs. A.
78tf I firm ly: “ Dear, we simp
B. Bower. Mr. and Mrs. Bower C A M P FIRE G IR L S
FOR SALE: Maxwell Tour. 1921.1 ly must have more ta
and family had just returned from
CHOOSE L A K E OF WOODS
Good condtion. Cash $45.00 or
a trip through California and stop j
Terms 350 00 See at 117 8th j G o rh a m Plate in s e tt o f E ig h t,
ped a few days to visit in Ashland
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69-? I $ 4 0 .0 0 . O th e r p r ice s in p r o p o r
enroute to Salem where they ex
Charges will he rea.<onaols und
pect to locate.
within the reach o f all the girls.
Mrs. Edith Larsen o f Medford Those who wish to earn the mon
1. For Salt: 5 room furnished
bungalow, vood house and gar
her son, Edward Comeron of ey to attend the summer camp
age. Two blocks to Main St.,
Seattle and daughter, Mrs. E;
will have ample time in which to I
roTI De f ord of Ashland were vis do so. It is hoped that many of j
2. f o r Sa'e: Fully furnished
it0» at the W. F. De Ford home the girls will embrace this op
paved St and ce
portunity for the benefits they \ 6. room ho-
ment sidewalk. Close in and a
J. R. McCracken was elected may derive not only in the spjen- I
president of the Oregon Dairy did courses that will be open to
3. A fine dairy farm, stocked
man’s association at the annual them, but for the spirit of friend
meetings in Portland last week.
ship and kindliness that will be
George Nichols and Mr. Jarvis fostered, everything will be car
o f Ashland are helping for a few ried out on a strict basis of
days at the G. W. Nichols ranch equality.
• What Do You
with the pruning and spring sow-
The board of sponsors have
high hopes that the girls will re
A. H. Davenhill and J. R. Mc- spond well, if the summer camp
.Hardware? Whatever it is
Vracken attended the supper and is a success there is a strong
we have it or will get it for
Y. M. C. A. talk at the Presby possibility of it becoming a per
you. Small wares or large
terian ehurt1 last Monday night. manent one.
■wares, anything from a tiny
The show “ Ben Hur” in Ash
Those in attendance at the
wire nail to a big range or
land has een well attended by board meeting were: George A.
it is yours when
of Valley View.
Briscoe, H. G. Enders, Mrs. D.
you deal with us. And our
' sday, February 14, Perozzi, Mrs. Gordon MacCrack-
prices are fair, too.
VflDey it Ci
■ l.y club en, Mrs. Homer Elhart, Mrs.
, hoM i n day ^meeting at Bertha Denton and Mrs. Henry
♦ i.- ciuo house as a beginning of Galey.
H A R D W A R E
a series o f meetings for sugges
Portland— $30,000 service sta
tions and helps to be iven by Miss
Florence York, home demonstra tion planned at Sandy boulevard
tion agent on “ Home decoration and East 13th.
I NI N
“ The Theatre
Watch This Space For Coming Attractions
musician who lived his song of love then the famous
composer o f love lyric s and his wife come to
parting o f ways.
Ford 13-plate Rubber Case Battery 6-8 volt, 80
ampere per hour Battery. You can not purchase
a better battery. The Ford Battery will fit 85
per cent o f all cars.
The Beat Radio Battery Made
More Battery for Your Money
Low Initial Cost— Long Life
Allowance Made for Your Old Battery
Remember the Price,
$ 1 j -00
* 1 4
Claycomb Motor Co.
Ford Sales & Service
will be rendered at 9:45 a. m. in vited to attend all the meetings this company o f young folks wb<<
honor of Lincoln Day.
Sunday of this home-like church. Christ are endeavoring to press ou >1
evening the patzor will give his ian fellowship and gospel preach« the servie« o f the Lord. Spccia:
lecture on the Lincoln-Douglas
ing with happy singing and a de prayer service Sunday evening
debate which should be of inter
votional atmosphere will make 6:30 to 7:30 a. m. Evening wor
est to all young people and -stu
you want to come again. Strang ship 7 :30 p. m. Everyone is wel
dents of history.
The hour is
ers and visitors especially wel come to any and all o f the ser
7 :30. Wednesday, mid-week ser
come. Come as you are.
H. F. vices o f this church and we nr>
vice, subject “ Questions o f Con
Pemberton, pastor. Bertha Pease, sure that you will find a real we'
science.” 1 Corinthians 8th chap
come. J. E. Murphy, pastor.
ter. This is a good subject for
FULL GOSPEL TEMPLE
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday school at 9 :45. CL
Special services will begin af
for all ages in our Sunday school this place Friday evening am
Sunday school at 9:45. Classes and a real primary department continue until the middle o f nex
for all ages. Morning service at with a splendid corp of teachers. week. The regular quarterly mev
11. Junior C. E. at 4 p. m. Se Morning worship 11 a. m. Rev. S. ing service over the sabbath. Rev
nior C. E. at 6:30 p. m. Evening B. Fowler will preach.
Subject A. C. Archer o f Cottage G ro v .
service at 7:30. Wednesday even Sunday morning, “ The Holy will be in charge o f these ser
ing at 7 :30 the mid-week ser Spirit.” Young peoples meeting vices.
We cordially invite a I
All young people are who will to, attend these ser
welcome to come and join with vices. Emma R. Thomson.
Morning worship at 11 o’clock.
Sermon subject: “ What Does
Your Faith Expect?”
worship at 7:30. Subject: ‘Fruit’
Junior church at 11.
from 7 Jo 13. Sunday school at
9 :45. Character building thru
Bible study. Epworth League at
6:16. Young people from 14 up
wards. Wesley forum at 6:15.
Normal students and all teachers.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing at 7:30. You are cordially in
“ LOVE AND LEARN”
W hen you want them
as you u’ant them.
OVERLAND SHOE SHOP
“ Your Foot Will Bring You Back”
quality—always at a saving”
PHON E No. 3
Our Thrifty Low Prices
Mak<$ Good News for Keen Shoppers
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Si * s That Alake Good
v / i t h ^ n W h o K now Values
Assure Style and W ear
"The Patriot” sketched here
is typical of Marathon values.
O f finest
felt, s a t i n
e r sweat £ * /
b and silk
Stvles, qual£t,y o f fabrics and w o r k
manship, finish— all have to be RIGHT
to measure up to the demands o f our
W h e th e r y o u r c h o ic e it a suit o f
w o rs te d o r u nfinish ed w o rs te d — w h e th e r
y o u p r e fe r the n ew sh a d e o f ten o r g re y
— « plain c o lo r , strip e o r n o v e lty — y o u
will find h ere n o th in g but su p er valu es,
at e ith e r o f th ese m o d e ra te p rice s——
Our own brand, coat
style, of heavy durable
chambray or khaki jean.
Two button-flap pockets,
continuous-faced s l e e v e s ,
and triple-stitched bodies;
big, full cut. At—
Over ails or Jumper
Union made. Of durable
3.30 blue denim; cut big and
r o o m y al l
o v e r , triple-,
stitched, s i x
[N bar - tacked
' pockets. Low
all or jumper
T e n t h s ’ S ice « ,
»I 10 '
B e y « ’ S isee,
Some Big Shirt Value
High Count Broadcloth»
Smart Rayon Stripe»
The ever-popular collar-at
tached shirts have come to
town. These are made over
our extra large, full-cut model,
42 to 56-inch chest and 34 to
36-inch length They
look great and will
wear as well as they
All patterns abso
lutely fast color — IP
THE COLORS DON’T
HOLD. B L A M E US —
buttons. Super Shirts
“ JUDGMENT OF THE HILLS”
save her parents from divorce, Esther gets herself into
ail sort, o f trouble.
Policemen, jails and courts
hold r o ter ror* for her.
tremendous epic o f a Boy’s love. Set in the rugged fast
is o f the Kentucky Hills.
40 «SALES "
VIRGINIA VALLI and FRANKIE DARRO
O u r O w n B la d e
Fits Your Gillette
“For a Better Shave with
| The price
i will cot your
P a n ts
CLARA BOW and CHARLES ROGERS
Heavy weight, primed bo:h
sides five pocket*—■
“ GET YOUR MAN”
“ B ig
W or k m c. s äux
* Knot*n nationally tor then
service. Per pair—