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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View This Issue
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Charter No. 1 8 4 __________
Reserve District No. 12
R R P O R T O r C O N D IT IO N O F
THE STATE ¿¿ANK OF ASHLAND
At Ashland, in the Slat« of Orafoa. at Clo»e of Busiaes*, February
ms and discounts, tneludttig rediscounts, accept
or bills of exchange, told with endorsement of
(including items shown in
30 and ¿'J, Jf
rerdrafta secured and unsecured
3. UV ,S. governmeuL securities» owned, including those
shown in items 30 and 35, if any
4. Other bonds, warrants an;J securities, including for
eign government, state, municipal, corporation, etc., in
cluding those shown in items 30 and 35, if any
6. Stocks, claims, liens, judgments, etc. .
1 , 200.00
6. Banking house, 15,500.00; furniture and fixtures,
0. (a) Cash An hand in vault and due from banks, bank
ers and trust companies designated and approved re
serve agents of tin, bank
10. Exchanges for clearing house and Items on other
* banks in ihe ram« city or town as reporting bank ....
11. Checks on banks outside city or town of reporting
bank and other cash items , v„
Total cash and due from banks, items 8, 9, 10
anil 11 .............................................. J r . i u . j 42,782.21
16. Capital stock paid in .................... *.... .'.......'.‘...i'.t.
17. mirplun fund
.................... 4................... .
18. (k) Undivided profit»
(bid Lena currant expenses, interest and taxes
19. Reserved for tats«», interest and depreciation .......... .
20. Dividends unpaid
DEMAND DEPOSITS, other than banks, subject to reserve:
23. Individual deposits subject to check, including depos
due the Htate of Oregon, county, cities or other pub-
lie B I f u n d s .................. 7 .U .9 .........................................-f i - dr rr ir u - , t - 1 -r as «7
xAA « «
roiand certificates of deposit outstanding
ishier’s checks of this bank outstanding payable on
» Total of demand deposits, other than bank de
posits, subject to reserve, items 23, 24, 26
$96, 322. 41
TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS, Kubfect to reserve
Aid payable pn demand or subject to notice!
27. myne certificate o f deposit outstanding
28. Savings deposits, payable subject to notice
Total of time and savings deposits payable on de
mand or subject to notice, itatne 27 and
..........................................1 . . . .. ..»136,473,85
STATE OK OREGON. County nf Jackson,
i G. G. Eubanks, cashier o f the «bore named bank do solemn-
ly si^nr that the above statement is true to the best of my know-
direía and belief
G. G. EUBANKS. Cashier
Subscribed and sworn fe> before me this 7th day of March, 1928.
G. H. BILLINGS, Notary Public
My ron m w i n expiree June I, )vtH
< s k 4 l )
t c o r r e c t ^ - A ixest:
G. S. BUTLER,
W. J. MOORE, DiaectArs
whsrt savings art greatest'/
PHONE N o . 3
FRIDAY. MARCH », 1»28
Blue Grass Samples
»neat, sufficiently ta resume his musical numbers. Lnder the di-
* throe* w game w iden, and his < reetten of Mr. Owft, an interest-
death came as a surprise to his j ing and most entertaining pro-
.Samples and seed o f the fa many friends.
gram has been arranged.
mous Rogue River blqe grass,
Taachar Called to Corvallis— nouncement o f the different
sow on dfp isy m the window of iti»s Edna Goheen, instructor of ( business houses sponsoring the
the focal chamber o f commerce, English in the junior high school program will be announced be-
have been creating not a little was called to Corvallis Wednes- f tween each number.
atteation and consideration of day evening by the death of her j orchestra which broadcast over
the local farmers, and residents, aont. Mrs. Henry Galey is sub- 1- 1 ( the Medford station recently re-
while the passing tourist stops to stituting in her placa for the re- ceived much prisse from radio
rvt e i n f o r
tw on lr
f 7 n
.. . 1 _
o n F f f this
f 1 fans
it to k be /, one
enquire into the matter
These samples were procured
from the Hanley-Hoover ranch
B ro a d c a s t T o n i g h t . —Different ■ gon station o f KMED.
n.-ar Medford and were grown by
H a v e M o v e d . — Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Hoover, who is especially business houses o f Ashland are
interested in the cultivation o f sponsoring a urogram to be broad W. M. Herbert have moved from
I this product. This variety of blue casted over KM hi) Friday night the MrWillian^ home on Church
i grass grows during the winter from th* hours pf 9 until 10:30 street to the residence owned by
months and is especially adapt- o'clock. Ward V. Croft’s ten J. F. Swenning on High and
able to the Rogue River climate. P»ere orchestra will furnish the Church streets.
It makes an excellent food for
stock during the winter months,
while the seeds furnish splendid
food for poultry and birds during
the summer. Mr. Hoover spoke
the Rotary luncheon yesterday on
the growing of the blue grass,
outlining the different phase« in
connection. He invited the busi
ness men to visit his pasture land
on which he has bees running
Add A Room
fm n j S f l r '
Cheeeker le Select Officers.—
The board of director* o f the lo
cal chamber of commerce will
hold their annual meeting today
at o o’clock at the chamber o f
Officer* for the coming
year will be elected at this time
A chamber program of activity
will be outlined at U m * meeting
by E. G. Harlan, secretary. The
new directors, recently elected, 'IK !
j will also meet with the board.
D e a th of P r o m i n e n t
M e n — Pat
Daily, we i '
known to many people through- !.
oat the state, and especially in |J
Jackson county, where he has
held the office o f game warden
for the past 11 years, passed
away Wednesday at his home in
Medford, following a relapse of
* Previous illness. For a time Mr.
Daily recovered from his long ¡11-
19 EAST MAIN
Spinach, 3-lbs. *..25c
Lettuce, 3 for .... 25c
Parsnips 3-lbs .. 15c
Jelly Powder, 3 for
Pints, ............. ”.... 35c
pints ........... 20c
pints .............. 10c
Seed Potatoes, lb 4c
Light, 5-lbs. . 49c
Maple, 5-Ibs. 57c
Want an Estimate?
Ashland Lumber Co.
Back Bacon ..... 31c
“ A good place to trade”
At Ry Crossing
Side Bacon ....... 31c
384 Oak St
W E DELIVER
Q N p:
A. 5>HQÊ OF
rom my sŸioe tree.
TyAnd without support
■What could I do?
$1 lost my fine shape
And my sole too.
Down on my uppers
My poor feet ‘ flat
|And they all blamed
Poor kid for that.
for Mark-Downs Later
n ew Details on Girls’ Coats
Make 1 hem More Attractive
It »a in 't heaven
That made me whole
But a good shoe man
That saved my sole.
Overland Shoe Shop
This unique Spring Style is
extremely dressy and is shown
with spike heel.
PATE N T TIE
A sturdy calf skin Oxford with
a military' heel.
This oxford is
suitable for school wear and is
shown in black and tan.
Need Roomy Shoes
PATE N T
A new Enna Jettick for Spring
Another new Enna Jettick for
— has built in arch support and Spring wear. This tie has a built
is built on a combination last. in arch support and is built on
a combination last.
With slide strap and spike
This 8 eyelet tie has a built in
arch support and is ahown with heel. This shoe is very clever and
suitable for dress wear.
a medium heel.
W e have complete
for all makes Radios
tubes and eliminat*
Sixes 2 to 6
L Jttie r o i k s
u desire shoes of the latest style s for Spring, don’t fail to see our showing,
orrectly shod your fott, you must have shoes that are of the right width and
Scarf collars, cap. », buttons, con trast-
inp c o 'o r s — these arc only a few o f the
'Ictatis tn jt make girls qoats for Spring
the "smartest yp q ’ve ever seen,"
Wiothef about the tow pftrts, too.
Just a word about our shoe department. This season we take great pleasure in a
nouncing that we are able to fit practical! ly all types of feet. Onr stock includes
wonderful showing of medium priced footwear in sizes 2 ’ , to 9 in widths A A A
EE. making it possible to offer our customers a shoe fitting service of the highe
For dbUrap that phy out'
An inexpensive Patent
ilipper for the Younger
Mbs with a, jaunty trim.
door*. Stunt) Oak •
this Play Oxford in 1
ta-j . ; . s - : ? l . . 12 4*
» i i - U H ...............*2.19
On the Plaza
» 2 19
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lltweas. — Ed
Barron, who resides on a ranch
south o f Ashland on the Pacifie
highway is much Improved and i r -
able to be about the house again,
after a strenuous siege of the
H E u Y l a K iÿ
1 p*r ,cre The concr*‘ * ‘•‘•"d ®"
Main »tree* and the Plata is now
green with this wonderful grass.
Visiting Parents.— Mrs. F. L.
A ilkee o f Purtola, California ut i
me king a several weeks visit at
the home o f her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Gillette on Gresham
Mrs. Wilkes will be re-
membered as Louise Gillette.
Mail Orders Given Prom pt Attention