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th ese w ere n o t enough to prevent
th e record from being made. The
d esert heat was the g re a te st ob
stacle in th« run.
— K nights apple and pear b u t
te r a t S ch u erm an ’s G rocery
Vi*it in P o r tU n i — Mrs. E arl
Crow and sm all son, P a t sp en t th e
p ast week in P o rtlan d visiting r e
latives and friends, re tu rn in g to
A shland S unday evening.
— For cloaninf, pressing and
repairing, call Paolsarud's
Visited Relatives. — Mrs. M yrtle
H arrin g to n and tw o sons, E lm er
Ray, visited Sunday in
G ra n ts P a st, a t the home of Mrs.
H a rrin g to n ’s m other-in-law , Mrs.
L. W. H arrin g to n . They retu rn ed
to A shland la te in the evening.
— Try our Tharmoid Brake Lining
at THIRD STREET GARAGE.
Pie Social at Wagner Creek.
— A pie social, sponsored by the
P a re n t T eachers association, is
to be held a t JV agner creek next
F rid a y evening, March 16. E very
one is invited to atten d . The la
dies a re requested to bring pies
to be sold to the men a t auction.
— N othing nicer— a new por
tr a i t fo r E aster. Studio A shland
Makes Survey on Wator Fowl
in Stata. — To take a census of all
w ate r fowl inhabiting the United
S ta te s and portions o f Canada
an d Mexico, is the du ty of Dr. H.
C. O berholsen, biologist with the
U nited S tate s biological survey,
who recently made a cursory su r
vey in K lam ath F alls and E u
gene. Dr. O berholsen is now in
P o rtlan d w here he will rem ain
until the first , 01 n ext week, o r
ganizing some fifty o r more as
Dr. O berholsen states
th a t he has not secured enough
d efin ite inform ation y et to form
conclusion# as to w hether the
w ater fowl a re in the increase or
decrease in th e state. He says he
hopes to answ er this question in
a year from now.
— New spring woolens,
styles at Paulserud’s
Claycomb M otor com pany re
p o rts the sale of a T udor sedan
to M. L. Stockton of 367 Liberty
stre e t, A shland.
— P u re fresh ingredien ts give
XL D onuta the flavor th a t calls
fo r m ore.
F resh daily a t your
grocery. XL D onut Co.
8 6 tf
Claycomb M otor com pany re
p o rts th e sale of a Ford coupe
. to Jesse A. A rnold of Eagle
— F resh milk and cream a t
S chuerm an’s G rocery.
One o f the best records to be
m ade this y ear by an y m ake o f
autom obiles, was com pleted re
cently by the model “ A ” o f th e
new F ord, in a run of 910 miles
A rizona t o C alifornia
through m ountain, desert and
snow. The average speed o f the
new Ford w as 68.26 m iles per
hour which is evidence of the ab
ility and speed o f the car. Moat
o f the road conditions w ere un
fav o rab le fo r any such ru n but
Infant Son Parses
at Dunsmuir Home
left Sunday evening for the east, ! I
w here funengt arran g e m en ts are 11
w aiting her arrival. She exepets
to be aw ay from A shland fo r
John Bowers Ruger, seven and
a half m onths old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond R uger passed
away Sunday m orning a t th e R u
D. A. R. Meeting Postponed.— g er hom e in D unsm uir, death be
The reg u lar m eeting of th e local ing due to a relapse fololw ing a
D. A. R. which was to have been siege of pneum onia several weeks
held T hursday evening, has been ago. A pparently the child was on
postponed until the follow ing S at the road to recovery when it sud
WHERE YOU WILL BE FITTED BY
u rday evening a t 7:30, when the denly passed aw ay w ithout w arn
m em bers will m eet a t th e home ing. The fa th e r in the eldest son
AN EXPERIENCED TAILOR
of Mrs. Emil Peil on G ranite of Mr. and M r . J . A. Ruger who
stre e t, fo r a social evening. reside on Alida stre e t in this city,
H ostesses fo r the a ff a ir will be and th e m o th er was M axine Rose
Mrs. Emil Peil, Mrs. G race A n before h er m arriag e and the
A Bar of Pure Gold 3 ‘ i
Inches Wide, (?«
drew s and Misses Lydia McCall d au g h ter of Mr. and Mrs. F ran k
Long and I h Inches Thick
and G ladys A pplegate. A program Rose o f Los A ngeles. The young
would be Worth $10.000.
will be rendered d u rin g th e even p are n ts a re h ea rt broken over
An insurance policy weighs
only 2 ounces. Y et if both
ing followed by a social hour d u r th e death o f the little one, which
should be destroyed by a
ing which th e hostesses will was th e ir only child. The g ran d
fire in your home, the gold
ser -re d ain ty refreshm ents.
would be lost, but your in
p aren ts arriv ed M onday evening
surance, w ritten in this
— 26 ton carload of fen cin g re- < from Los A ngeles fo r th e fu n eral
agency, would be good for
ceived lately, g et reduced r. r. which occured this aftern o o n a t
every dollar upto the am
r a te so prices are less th an last 2:30 o’clock from th e Dodge
ount it was w ritten for.
B etter talk it over with us.
y ea r a t Peils c o m e if
8 6 tf chapel, in te rm e n t was made in
Falls.— Misses the M ountain View cem etery.
WE TAKE PRIDE IN FITTING YOUR SUIT
M ary Ann Adams a r d Helen L ar
Kansas C ity.— Mrs.
TO PLEASE YOU
son o f K lam ath Falls m otored Sam M cNair of Scenic Drive r e
over to A shland Sunday fo r a ceived w ord Sunday m orning of
41 East Main
visit with friends. Miss Adams the d eath of h e r m other, Mrs.
and Miss Larson are employed af G reenleafe who passed aw ay a t
teach ers in the public schools in her hom e in K ansas City early
th a t city.
— Bought a t a bargain, a n um
b e r o f iron age, hill and drill
seeder a t P eil’s co m er.
8 6 tf
South. — Mrs.
M yrtle H arrin g to n , who is an em
ployee of the L ithia Springs ho
tel, is spending u tw o weeks v a
cation In San Francisco.
G reta Sm ith has been engaged
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY WE ARE OFFERING NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE AT SPECIAL PRICES
to fill Mrs. H arrin g to n ’s place.
Miss Sm ith is a stu d e n t a t the
DURING THIS EVENT.
southern Oregon norm al school.
se p arato r,
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY AT 9 P. M. WE WILL HOLD A STYLE REVIEW AT THE VINING THEATER. LIVE
tools, im plem ents and ev ery th in g
MODELS WILL MODEL THE LATEST IDEAS IN SPRING APPAREL FOR WOMEN.
th a t farm ers need.
So when in
doubt, go to P eil’s
8 6 tf
Racovara. — Mrs.
N ate Bates,
who has been confined to h er
home fo r a n um ber of days with
a severe cold is able to be ab o u t
Nifty Stripes and Over Plaids in
Attend Our Spring Opening
Returns from Fort Klamath.—
Mrs. Amy W eedon retu rn ed to
th is city S atu rd ay a f te r spending
several days in F o rt K lam ath
w here she visited a t th e home o f
Mr. and Mrs. Ray T aylor.
and Mrs. T aylor w ere residents
of Ashland several years ago.
From Klamath Falls. — Mr. and
Mrs. K eneth Klahn of Klam ath
Falls m ade a sh o rt visit with
frie n d s in A shland Sunday.
Laavas for Laa Angeles.— Mrs.
Belle Schwein le ft the firs t of
the week fo r Tia Ju a n a fo r a
short vacation. She will visit in
Los Angeles ar.d o th e r C alifornia
cities before she re tu rn s to h e r i
home in this city.
SPONSOR NEW COLORS
Many of the new Coats are fur trimmed
and are made of Kasha cloth tweeds and
twills in snort and dress styles. We have
ust received a new shipment to augment
our already large stock. Thèse new coats are
specially priced which brings them within
the reach of all—
F ederal bill provides $210,000
fo r public building a t A storia.
— TOO LATE TO C L A S S IF Y ^
' » h
Countless new styles and colors
in a variety of shapes and head
sizes, Crochet Visca Straws,
Silks, and Straw Combinations
FOR SALK— Heavy tru ck tra ile r
Call 225 B stree t fo r inform a-
i.95 and up
Fine W oolen Suits
In Hickory Twists
Double Ply Scotch Twists;
and Tailored to Measure:
$29.50 and up
Women who demand a large
variety will find our ready-to-
wear department a fitting place
to purchase their spring* frocks.
In many styles and color com
$ 1 .9 5 to $ 9 .2 5
In order to make this event
of more importance, we have
made slashing reductions on
many of our new spring dresses.
Listed below are the prices at
which these new spring frocks
for our spring opening. These
Hose are all silk to the top and
have pointed heels.
shown in all the new spring
$22.50 values :................. $16.95
* J .00 p a ir
*16.50 v a lu es.................. $11.95
$15.00 valu es.................. $ 9.85
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MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION