The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19??, March 09, 1928, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    FRIDAY, MARCH 9. 1928
rom Y r.k a — Mrs. Harry Rich-
jn of Yreka is spending a few
"
the home of Mr«. Arthur
aaker in thia city. Mrs. Rich-
,on^ husband in is the cream-
t business i*r that city.
Vi»iu»«
— Mr- and
Hugh Barron and little son
Win Hugh, are spending a few
v- with Mr. Barron’s parents,
and Mrs. Homer Barron on
ir ranch on the Pacific high-
y south of town. Mr. and Mrs.
gh Barron reside on the old
rgadine place east o f town.
Chinas
P e o p le
V is it .— Mrs.
rtha B. Charley and son o f
ims* were visitors in Ashland
jiesday, coming over the
ountain on horseback.
Mrs.
arley is the Climax postmistress
For Sh ort V is it . — Mrs. Don Ste-
ns of Dunsmuir arrived in this
ty Wednesday evening for a
ort visit with friends and rela-
ves. Mrs. Stevens formerly re­
ded in Ashland for several
sars and was Miss Geraldine
uh before her marriage.
She
ught for several terms ip the
,cal high school.
Will Visit P a r e n ts . — Miss Vir*
inia Rose, who is attending high
chool in this city, expects to
iend the week-end in Crescent
ake with her parents, Mr. and
'rs. George Rose.
Local M an
Im p ro v e s . — James
owers, who has been suffering
rom a severe attack of rhema-
ism is reported' to be much im-
nL
J
eturn
to
P o r tla n d .—
C. I.
amps^ and L. W. Hanson, who
rere m Ashland for the purpose
f submitting bids on the dam
(instruction work, left for Port-
snd Wednesday.
Return fr o m P o r tla n d . — Mrs.
L. Allen and Mrs. L. W. House
THE
returned home Wednesday even­
ing from Portland and Hillsboro
where they were visiting relatives
and friends.
T ra d es P r o p e rty . — Raymond
Badger of Rancho Santa, Fe, Cali­
fornia, has traded his property
here at 129 Bush street for south
ern California property.
H o m o fr o m E u r o p e .— Mrs. M
B. Riley of 104/ High street, re-
ceived a telegram from her son.
Lawson Riley, who has been in
Europe buying goods for the
Emporium of
Sin
Francisco,
that he arrived in New York city
the 8th on his way back to San
Francisco. Mr. Riley is head buy­
er for the Emporium.
Geòrgie Coffee and Elsie Alex-
ander were hostesses to about
19« friend». Mrs. O. W. lajng.
who was to have \beea one of
the
hostesses
of
the a f­
fair was called away two days
ago to Stockton, California! by
the death of her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Raymond Long.
Thirty-two tables of bridge
I were in play during the evening,
| Mrs. O. A. Manning o f Talent
I being awarded a beautiful gift
j for holding high' score of the
I evening. Mrs. H. O. Frobach of
Medford was presented a lovely
gift also for holding second high
score, and Mrs. P. R. Hardy re­
ceived a handsome gift for con­
solation.
A SH LA N D
PAGE FIVE
REGISTER
l In their usual brilliant manner,
I several piano duet* All pwfarm-
| ers on the program responded to
NOTICE OF SALE
In
tk *
M attar o f
tka
E sta la
S a ra L . J a ck so n a n d John
encores.
J a ck s o n , D e co a se d .
Following the program the host
esses served most delicious and
By virtue o f an order mads by
daintily arranged refreshments
at the different tables, the St. the Hon. W. J. Hartzell, County
Patrick decorations were most ar­ Judge, dated January 5th, 1928,
tistically carried out in the re­ I, the undersigned administrator
freshments and table decorations, p f the said estate, with Wills an­
the shamrock enjoying a prom­ nexed, will on and after March
inent place and tiny green hats 31st, 1928, sell at private sale for
filled with candies were the in­
dividual favors used with green
napkins and score cards portray- I
ing the St. Patrick motif.
The following
out-of-town
guests were in attendance: Mes-
lames Everett Beeson, J. Terrill,
SPECIAL
L in co ln P. T . A . M e e tin g .—
A delightful program was given Earl Jones, E. G. Gardner, O. A. 1
The Lincoln School Parent-Teach­ following the game on which Manning and E. B. Adamson o f |
OFFER
er association met this afternoon Dr. Mattie Shaw delighted with Talent, and Clark Rawlings and I
at the Lincoln school in a regu­ readings appropriate to the occa­ H. O. Frobach of Medford.
lar business session.
sion and season, Mrs. William
A 60c bottle o f Coty’s
PRIZEZS AWARDED
The president of the associa­ Briggs rendered in a most pleas­
Perfume, Paris or
tion, Mrs. V. D. Miller, had ing manner the old favorite, "M o­
L’Origan Odeurs
ther
Machree.”
Mrs.
Homer
Bil­
charge of the business meeting
(Continued From Page 1)
given away with each
in which a general discussion in lings dressed in Irish costume, chandise in the different depart- I
box o f
regard to the important matter of high green hat, green breeches ments, and always the figure “ 7” j
the play shed was bruoght before an<f white shirt, danced ar\ Irish enjoying a prominent place.
Coty’s Face Powder
The store has always enjoyed
the association. Plans were for­ jig, responding to an encore with
at the regular price o f
wearing a wonderful patronage, and Mr.
mulated regarding the matter the "Highland fling,”
which will be acted upon at the the entire highland kihie costume Isaac expresses himself as being
which had belonged to her fath­ much pleased with the present ;
next meeting.
A short and interesting pro­ er. The Mitchell twin* rendered outcome o f the anniversary sale.
gram was given under the direc­
tion of the program committee:
Mrs. W. E. Gould, Mrs. Harold
“ Better Come Early”
Aikin and Miss Wilson.
$ 1.00
St. P a trick
B rid g e
P a rty .—
cash, the real property belonging
to the said estate, to-wit:
The North Hall o f the
West Half of Lot 45, and
the West Half o f Lots 48
and 47, all in Minor’s Ad­
dition
the City o f Ash-
to
lsnd, Jackson County, Ore­
gon.
Dated January 6th, 1928.
E. D. BRIGGS,
Administrator.
Address: Pioneer Block, Ashland,
Oregon.
85-4t Friday
Hams
Swift’s Premium Hams, half or whole, Satur­
day at per pound
29*/iC
Remember these are Swift’s Premium Hams.
Oranges
Buy a case Saturday at ............................. *3.90
W e have a truck load
Coffee
Regular 45c steel cut C offee Tomorrow at per
pound ......................................................
35c
Special low prices on Heilman’s Salad Dress­
ing and Sandwich Spread. Lay in a supply. 25c
size at 19c; 50c size ..................................... 34c
A large 30c package o f Swift’s Pride Washing
Powder at ...................... -.............................. 21c
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
See our window for the best the market affords
Trade here and watch your bank account grow
Bright green for St. Patrick’s day
and graceful baskets of fragrant
almond blossoms created a de­
lightful spring atmosphere at the
bridge party given in the local
Civic club house rooms Thursday
evening when Mesdames. G. W.
Ross, W. A. Mitchell, C. A. |
Shutts, J. C. Poor and Misses !
I NI
MNAIR BROS.
“ The Theatre
Beautiful“
W atch This Space For Coming Attractions
Each Issue
77k#
Ashland Cash & Carry
Start
Phone 190
71 N. Main
W e Deliver
Bring us your eggs, we pay cash
Now Playing
REGINALD DENNY
— in—
“ ON YOU R TOES”
Isaacs
J he Q
u a l it y
S
Denny in one of his funniest comedies
Saturday Only
Saturday Selling
HOOT GIBSON
— in—
toke
“ THE RAW HIDE KID”
A Western Melodrama o f Romance and Action
CELEBRATING
Our 7th Birthday
By Giving Values
COME!
Sunday Only
COATS
BEBE DANIEL
— in—
'
One of Her Best Pictures
“ FEEL MY PULSE”
DRESSES
Coats $12.50 to $19.75
A story of a healthy young girl who thought she
was ill and wasn’t
Both Dresa and Sport Coata may
be found at these popular prices.
Coming Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Dresses $10.75 to $19.75
Surprising good Dresses for very
little money.
GENE STRATTON PORTER’S GREATEST STORY
CO-ED DRESSES
“ FRECKLES”
fill The Story That Thrills the World and it Will Thrill You
Again in this New Film Version
Coats
$24,50 to
Dress Coats and better
Coata, Splendid values,
styles.
35c Wearwell Pillow Tubing,
y a r d .........- ....................................
$1.25 Rayon Silk Bloomers
pair ............ 1 .................................
$2.48 Leather Hand Bags
each
35c Bath Towels
each
98c Climax Cotton
Bats
$1.25 Hand Embroidered
$15.00 to $28.00
$34.50
Sport
clever
PEGGY O’DARE
Dresses in youthful models and
in ensembles.
$24.50 to *54.50
HERE ARE A FEW
MORE REASONS
Coats *39.75 to $69.50
FOR BUYING YOUR GROCERIES
For those who wish the better
type of Dress Costa, all sizes, best
shades.
H AR D Y B R O S. |
G owtts
$2.25 Crinkled Bed
Spreads
48c. Golden Gate Cases
each
*1.48 Wearwell Sheets
each _.
$1.00 Never-mend Silk
Hose
98c Fine Percale
Aprons
$1.59 Black Charmeuse Satin
yard .... a ....................................
$1.98 Flat Crepe, all colors
yard ...... * .............................. .
$1.00, 40-in. Slip Satin in colors
ft7 c
yard
.................................. ........ ° 1
$19.75 Silk Dresses
i 1 7 00
e a c h ..........................................
W M -t.
Celanese Chiffon, all colors
yard ........................................
New Printed Rayon
yard ................ ~................
Printed Celanese Chiffon
yard .............. ........— ......
Silk and Cotton Prints
y a r d .....................................
$1.37
67c
$1.67
87e
Come! Help us celebrate this great event
I
Parlor
1
MATCHES
I
6 boxs for
25c 1
Blue Ribbon
Special
on
ORANGES
I
Rosebud Brand
1
fter dozen
..... 35c J
MAYONNAISE
15c bottle for
25c bottle for
45c bottle for
85c bottle for
Only while
lasts
.... 10c
.... 20c
.... 35c
.... 65c
stock
Nice White
1
CAULIFLOW ER
I
per head
15c I
Best Grade
15c gl^ss for .... 10c
Blue Boy Brooms 1
75c value for .... 59c 1
C. & H. SUGAR
13 Ibt. for
$1.00
P. T. A. Bellview
Food Sale
Saturday
H ARDY
J
Don’ t Forget
“ Womanless
W edding’’
Monday and
Tuesday.
1
1
I
1
P
BROS.)
$25.00 up
MODERN SPIRIT IN NEW FOOTW EAR
The “ Spirit Modern” has arrived in
The SHOE E9£N footwear. In this foot­
wear it finds a most beautiful expression
combining color and motif in such a
manner as appeals to a generation o f
enlightinmenet, freedom and individual­
ity. Patent Kid, Calf Skin and new Past­
el Shades in Silk Kid and Suede are the mediums through which
celebrated bootiers have expressed this new note in footwear
design.
The SHOE DEN
PARSNIPS
I
Clean white stock 1
4 pounds for
25c |
RIPE OLIVES
t LOUISE ALCOTT
Little Women’s Dresse«.
Shoes o f Merit Only
Allen A Service
$1.00 Hosiery
Allen A
W eight $1.50
The famous $37.60 style,
full fashioned hose in a big
range of shade*. $1.50.
Muaringwvar alt silk chif­
fon. $1.50
Munsingwear service wei­
ght hose, $1.45.
Blue Crane Chiffon, very
fine guage silk to hem. $1.
Bobolink
service
weight
silk to hem, $1.00.
Munsingwear full fashion­
ed hose, $1.90.
Da.'i.irz Chiffon now $1.75
This is the one that Allen
A featured till recently at
$2.00 and tha one we sold
at $1.89. Silk to top Chif­
fon. $1.75
DeBevoise
Go» sard
Corsele,te*
Corseta