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V isit R elativ e* . — Dorothy Nin- return to Ashland until t* #
V isits R elativ e s. — Harry R.
Visitiag Paroat*. — Mr. and of ApriL
circus. “Chief Big Boy” has a
and Berths Green made a able to travel.
Moore of Portland, car distribu
pleasing baritone voice and to Mrs. John Peacock of French
Yreka the first of the
— Dependable dr .
her him sing my "Blue Heaven”
tor for the Northern Pacific ter
and other popular numbers is a parted for their home this week Robertson, who have been visiting minal company, is spending a few week where they visited with re dis Drug Stare.
after spending a ten days vaca for several weeks at the home of days with his parents, Mr. and latives and friends.
treat not soon forgotten.
k a s N aw J o b ___A. E.
— Come and see "Smile, Rod tion with Mrs. Peacock’s parents, their niece, Mrs. Harris Dean on Mrs. H. L. Moore of the Bellview | T o B rin g F a m ily .— J. W. Mur- ner T a of
count, S. D., ^
ney Smile,” at the Bellview Com Mr. and Mr». G. W. Hake on Or
district and with his sister, Mrs. ray of the Shoe Den at McGee’s taken the Tripp
clubhouse Monday even
Adrian Wolfe of Medford. Mr.
expects to leave tonight for at the Ashland as
A tte n d C sd m sn R e c ita l. — munity
route they expect to spend sev Moore is stopping off enroute to store,
Among the local people who at sion for adults and twenty-five Jacksonville last Sunday at the eral days with friends in Port Portland from Los Angeles where Portland where he will meet hL association, which was made y.
i wife and small son who have cant by the resignation of m .
tended the big recital given at cents for children.
land and other northern cities.
visiting her sick mother in Carter. Mr. Torjner is an expei
the Presbyterian church in Med
tu rn F ro m P o rtla n d . — Mr. Otto Neidermeyer.
— Joint benefit, play and dance
K la m ath M u sical B ody E n te r Seattle. The M urray’s will arrive ienced man in the grain busi»„
ford Tuesday evening by the dis and R e Mrs.
R e tu rn s to S chool. — Seldon at Bellview clubhouse Monday ta in s. —The students of the south in Ashland Suday or Monday and having worked among the farrnwi
tinguished American composer- | ed to their W alter
in this city Burton,
evening, March 5. Tickets for ern Oregon normal school were will take up their residence in j
high school student and adults
pianist, Charles W akefield Cad- \ Sunday after spending
children 25c includes entertained during assembly per the Karl Nims home on Vista both buying and selling g ^
mun were the following named: days in Portland where they at editor of the high school paper, play and 50c, dance.
His past experience should be 4
Those attending iod this morning by the Klamath street.
Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Woods, Clar tended to business uffairs and “Rogue News” returned to school dance only will be
help to him here. Mr. Ton.
Falls hi>;'h school orchestra and
Wednesday after a few days siege
ence Woods, Mrs. Grace Andrews I visited friends.
here five years ago f*
86-lt quartette. This musical body
of the “flu.”
Misses Nora W ard, Berna Haight,
who is making a visit with friends | Mrs. Tonner’s health, who in.
from the Pelican city ha> made
Laura Raguse, Helen Anderson,
F ro m D u n s m u ir.— Mrs. A. R.
Mrs. S. L. Allen reports the quite a name for itself in the and relatives in Ness City, Kansas proved so rapidly that they h»w
Leona Marsters, Mary Galey, El , was a business visitor in Medford Adams of Dunsmuir, who has —
sale of the Citizens bank proper schools of southern Oregon is reported to be very ill with made Ashland their permansnd
len Galey, Ellen Waters, Lydia j Wednesday.
been visiting at the W alter Fru- ty
at 236 Palm avenue in the where they have staged enter rheumatism. Mr. Hopper will not home.
McCall, Regina Johnson, Flor Marske of Dunsmuir is spending lan home on B street left Wed
Allendale addition to Mrs. L. W. tainments at various .tim es.
ence Allen, Rev. and Mrs. Hugh
nesday evening for her home.
T. Mitchelmore, Mrs. Elizabeth a few1 days in Ashland visiting
President Churchill of the normal
V isit P a r e n ts , — Mr. and Mrs.
A re M o ving .— Mr. and Mrs. C. sehol was instrumental in secur
Parson, Mrs. Fred Engle, Mrs.
sided in this city for a number W alter O’Donohue and two child Elhart are moving from 63 Un ing the orchestra and quartette
Estelle Albert, Mr. and Mrs. of
ren are visiting at the home of ion street to the five room fur for the entertainm ent of the local
Henry Galey, Mrs. George Dough
nished bungalow at 126 Bush. Kiwanis meeting held this after
A tte n d F ig h t.— Among out of Mrs. O’Donohue’s parents,
erty, Mrs. H arry Harrison, Mrs.
V isit H illsb o ro — Mrs. S. L. Al noon at the Lithia Springs hotel,
visitors who were in Ash — Pure fresh ingredients give
Harold Aikins, Mrs. G. S. Green
and Bobby Dodge. Following the land to attend the events put on XL Donuts the flavor that calls len and Mrs. L. W. House will where they charmed with their
recital a reception was held for by the Ashland Boxing commis for more. Fresh daily at your leave Sunday for Hillsboro, varied musical numbers.
86tf where they will visit for a few | T a le n t W o m an S h o p s.— Mrs.
Mr. Cadman in the parlors of the sion were: Martin Bowers, G. H. grocery. XL Donut Co.
S to re to M ove In to S w ed en - days with relatives.
Presbyterian church to which a Martineau, John Logan, Duke
For Coming Attractions
b u rg B u ild in g .— The 20th Cen
num ber c i local people were also
Johnny Carlson and Joe Gorman tury grocery store now located and Betty Watkino of 72 Laurel ping in this city Thursday.
—- T r y o u r T h e rm o id B ra k e L in in g of Grants Pass, Jim Driscoll and in the Shook building will move street are confined to their
Glen Parker of Klamath Falls, the latter part of March to the beds with severe colds. Mrs. “
a t T H IR D S T R E E T G A R A G E .
P u rc h a s e s a n A u b u rn . — Tom Ted GeBauer, Jerry Jerome, building form erly occupied by Katie Scroggins is attending them.
L o cal W o m an HI.— Mrs. Jim
Grigsby, who is employed at the Lewis Jennings, Ike Dunford the Nelda cafe. Dr. Swedenburg,
E ast Side Meat M arket recently and Traffic Officer Nichols of the owner of the building is hav Cook is quite ill at her home at
returned from Portland with a Medford and Fred Van Dyke of ing it remodeled for store use. 104 Bush street.
FEATURING CHIEF BIG BOY
W a sh in g to n P eo p le V isit.— Mr.
The latest in store windows and
new Auburn 877 cabrolet. The Chiloquin.
AND HIS MUSICAL REDSKINS
sale was made through tb'„ local
M e d fo rd V isito r* . — P. R. Bach- everything needful for the mod and Mrs. P. M. M artin are visit
dealer, Ed High.
us and Ed Staples were transact ern up-to-the-minute grocery ing with Mr. and Mrs. A. Erick
— Nothing nicer—a aew por ing business m atters in Medford store will be added. Jimmy son at 72 Bush street. The M art
trait for Easter. Studio Ashland Wednesday and Thursday.
Daugherty, manager of the local ins have spent the winter in Los
— in —
W o rk fo r W h o lesale branch store, says they expect to Gatos, Calif., and are on their
W ood N ev er D ecay s U n d e r
In d o o r O rc h e stra T o n ig h t.— H o u se.— Roy Anderson, who has be ready for business the first way home to Entitat, Wash.
W a te r . . . but a lot of
Chief Big Boy and his musical been employed for the past month
other kinds of property are
redskins who will play a special in the local 20th Century store, r
not so well preserved when
water soaked. It is the busi
dance at Jack ion Hot Springs has accepted a position with the
ness of this agency to pro
pavillion Fridi.y, March 2, are Enders Wholesale company and
property owners against
members of a tribe of eleven hun will not take Ike Fridegar’s place
loss by flood, fire and wind
GRETA GARBO in her new hit
storm. Let us tell you about
dred Ponca Indians, having their as was stated in Tuesday’s paper
our policies before the loss
“THE DIVINE WOMAN”
perm anent home on Miller bro but will have charge of the north
A dram atic romance against a background of
thers 101,000 acre ranch in Ok- end taking the place form erly in
luxury and adulation
lohoma. This orchestra has play charge of Joe Shaughnessy, who
ed for dances in nearly every is the local billing and city salei-
Coming Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
state in the United States and man now. Mr. Fridegar will con
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
ZANE GREY’S WESTERN ROMANCE
two years ago toured Europe tinue as manager of the Klamath
“UNDER THE TONTO RIM”
with Miller brothers 101 ranch branch.
E st. 1883.
41 E a s t Main
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HERBERT’ S GROCERY
Spinach, 3-lbs... 25c
Broccoli, each 10c
Lettuce, 3 for .... 25c
One 25c Alladin knife sharpener given free
with each 25c purchase of Natures Remedy—
The East Side Pharmacy
i ¡ y . f i i W ì *
2 V 2 tins
Knowing How to Dress Is Merely Knowing Where to Buy
FIG BARS '
Horizontal heating I
elements for greater J
7 oz. tin Clams : 15c
tall can Salmon 20c
Here’s a Chance to Rest Your Feet
$1.50 MEN’S GREY and BROWN
Going at 98c
and leather oushion soles on ‘em to
F r o -n th e d ia r y o f
L n n a J e ttic k
"HsJ to stand all through the third
Icrturv rcaul of the course today
Mi $- C— stood neat to me. but
she got «o tired she couldn't stav.
Betorc she left, I told her »bout
Eon* Jettic* shoes and she raid
she'd certairlv get seme before the
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