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Eugene Walrad celebrated his
sixty-second birthday Tuesday. Mrs.
Walrad arranged a surprise in the
evening In the form of a dinner, tfle
guests being Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Mr. and Mrs
Clarence Lane and Mrs. Jacobs,
The McCall pattern Is the easiest
to cut by and always up to date with
the largest assortment to choose from.
On 6ale at the Ashland Trading Com
J. M. Casebeer returned Tuesday
from Eugene, where he has been liv
Ing for several months. According to
reports, he has come back to stay.
Charlie Porter, who has been a
student of the Ashland high school
for the last winter, left Tuesday for
Hilt, where he expects to work.
One hundred different patterns and
colors of staple and fancy silks car
ried in stock at the right prices at
the Ashland Trading Company.
Dr. George Rebec arrived Tuesday
from Eugene. He has been on bus!
ness for the extension department of
the University of Oregon.
ur line of embroidery and cro
chet threads Is complete. Prices
rlnht. service good. Lane's Needle
Shon. 175 South Main. 88-2t
Liquid bluing five times Btronger
a ween looxing auer Dusiness con- than the ordinary Dome Diuing m m
i.ected with the erection of the new same price. Ashland Trading Com
theatre here. pany. phone 122
-Public dance at Katatorlum Frl- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Millner are back
lay, April 3, at 8:30. Ten cents a from a trip to southern California,
lance, or 60 cents for the evening, where they have been spending the
Ladies free. It winter
The Billings office has been about Don't you want to get in on the
as busy as one could imagine during March hose deal at Warner's? Con
The past week collecting taxes. tract now and get the hose later if
Homemade sorghum and strained you desire.
Domo Separator
Since the duty was taken off im
ported goods, 1 am able to sell the Frulan and farallyi
Domo separator ai a very low price.
They are made in Stockholm out of
he best Swedish bessemer steel,
pressed disks, no seams, easy run
ning and won't wear out. Sweden is
.vnown all over the world for its Iron
and of which the Domo Separator is
made. I also sell the Empire and
!iave them in stock.
1 will sell llugRie again this year
i for 10.00 and up.
Also the well-known Bain and
Hudebaker wagons that need no
-ther mention as they have been In
-ise for 60 years.
When you buy from us you can
always get the extras.
Robert Vining left Friday for Port
'.and and Seattle, where he w ill spend
A Famous Actress
Christie MacDonald
Says of
Fine Program
7 !For April 8 and 9i
Nyal's Face Cream Soap
"Your Nyal's Face Cream Soap is
perfect. It is one of the few soaps
which I can use, and think it the
equal of any of the imported (2 and
$3 cakes which I have tried."
It is fragrant and subtly sweet.
It is the acme of the soapmaker's
Have you tried it? For sale only
Polcy's Drug Store
Poley & FJhait, Di-uggtats.
1 1 WW I MUM Mf
The Honse of Prayer.
Sunday morning sermon topic.
Grieve Not the Holy Spirit of God."
Sunday evening, "The Pearl of Great
Price." Brother Lindblad reports
from Butte Falls that at the two
weeks' services both the attendance
and the Spirit were good and that
they are desirous of forming and
building a church there. He is home
this week and goes to Peyton next
l.oney now at the Ashland Trading
Company, phone 122.
Have your cleaning, pressing
ond repairing done by Fuller & Paul
erud. It
C. H. Bartow, who used to live on
the corner of Manzanita and Scenic
E. D. Briggs returned Tuesday
from Roseburg, where he had been
engaged on business.
George Hawley is improving the
old Walker property, which he has
recently bought.
Come and look over onr new line
t,4 w- jj vi. i iu fi. of unrlne samDles just received. Ful-
xtivc u an uaucu uo iuw ium 1 v i . a
vastern property. He is now living ier & rauiseruo.
in Columbus, Ohio, and is in the real Mrs. E. C. Richards of Klamath
tit&te biiHinesH there. Falls was visiting her family this
Big shipment Just In of -lnch and eek
: si -Inch ealvanixed Dine and it will Don't fail to hear Dr. Gilbert at
v offered at lesa money than ever the library Saturday evening at 7:
sold in Ashland. Warner Mercantile
We exchange for eggs and
Brooms. Ask your dealer for the
product of the local factory. 87-tf
Wanted Chickens at Depot Ho
tel. We pay 14 cents a pound. 88-tf
Judge Tou Velle made a flying
visit to Ashland last Monday.
Mrs. Simons has new shapes in
each week. Call and see them. It
Vnr nlforine and renairlng try
just in, a lot or new mings "r the new uUor at 0rreg, 8hop
C. H. Pierce of Medford was doing
business in the city yesterday.
produce In any line, dry goods, no
rionB. shoes or groceries. Ashland
TradinK Co. Phone 122. 85-tf
Mrs. J. O. Marrett and children left
Monday afternoon for Sacramento,
called by the serious illness of Mrs.
Marrett'B father.--' ' " .
the needleworker. Lanes Needle
3hoD. 175 South Main street. 88-2t
French xephyr ginghams. New
tock just in. Ashland Trading Com-
Marriage licenses have been issued
to Ralph L. Kearney of Portland and
Pearl M. Long of .Ashland, Robert
T3. Gale of Medford and Inez McDow
ell of Ashland.
iBn't that grass getting high? Cut
It now, or it will get the Btart of you.
Plain bearing mowers at $2.65. ball
bearing at $4.65, at Warner's.
John Clute, who has been visiting
hla family several days, returned
Tuesday evening for his home in
vlottvllle, Cal.
Superintendent H. J. Van Fossen
and Rev. W. J. Douglass are visiting
Portland on business matters this
Don't send your rags away
have them woven here. E. F. Green
man, R. F. D. No. 1. 89-tf
Schillings' Best goods always on
hand at the Ashland Trading Com
pany, phone 122.
Congregational Church.
The services next Sunday at the
Congregational church will be very
helpful from many considerations. At
the morning hour the pastor will
preach a Palm Sunday sermon, "The
Triumphal Entry Into Jerusalem."
The musical program will be as fol
lows: A solo. "The Palms." Mrs.
Conway; duet, P. C. Stratton, Mrs,
John Herndon of Eugene. The ser
mon for the evening will be another
in the series; subject, "The Ministry
and the Church." Special music.
Solo. "Oh. Dry Those Tears," Mr.
Willison; violin obligate Mr. Reno
Congregational singing. A very cor
dial welcome given to everybody.
The sixth annual meeting of the
Women's Foreign Missionary Society
is to be held in Ashland Methodist
church Wednesday and Thursday,
April eighth and ninth. Among the
noted workers from abroad will be !
Mrs. A. M. Fisher of Portland, Miss
Frances Meader late of Topeka Kan
sas, Mrs. Maude Kenwortby Mac Loan
of Roseburg, Mrs. E. O. KIdridge of
Medford district presndent, Mrs. A.
E. Ogg late of Madras India. A cor
dial invitation is extended to you to
be present and enjoy the following
fine program: ,
Wednesday Morning, 10 O'clock.
Devotional Kev. W. J. Douglass. ,
Greetings Mrs. W. J. Douglass.
Reading minutes Mrs. W. M. Van
Scoyoc. ;
Appointment of committees. ,
Music. I
"Win One" cards Mrs. Powers.
"Our Literature and Periodicals"
Mrs. M. C. Findley.
Wednesday Afternoon, 1:30.
Devotional Medford.
"How to Win and Hold Our Young
People" Mrs. A. R. MacLean.
Solo Mrs. W. M. Van Scoyoc.
"Possibilities of the Junior Work"
Miss Jessie Hathaway.
Exercises by the children.
Wednesday Evening, 7:30.
Devotional Rev. E. O. Eldridge.
Address Miss Meader.
Address Mrs. A. N. Fisher.
Collection and benediction.
ThnrMiiay Morning, 0:30.
Devotional Mrs. A. R. MacLean.
Report of auxiliaries.
Report of Young People's work
Mrs. J. E. Fuselman.
Report of childrens worK airs.
M. C. Van Leuven.
Report of district secretary Mrs.
G. F. Billings.
Report of district treasurer Mrs.
J. M. Isham.
Question box Mrs. A. K. Mac
Lean. Benediction.
Thursday . Afternoon, . 1 : 30.
Devotional Grants Pass.
Election of officers. '
"Tithing" Mrs. A. N. Fisher.
"How to Interest the Women
Our Church" Miss Meader.
We have just received a shipment of
i Rogers' Nut Butter i
which enables us to make the following low
Small size 10c, 3 for 25c
Medium size 15c, 2 for 25c
Large size 20c, 2 for 40c
Compare These Prices
with what you have been paying. The above
are not special, but our regular prices.
"We Lead; Others Follow"
j The Ideal Grocery
The sixty-sixth anniversary of
modern spiritualism was observed by
the Truth Seekers' Society in ABhland
Sunday afternoon. An interesting
program was rendered at the resi
dence of Mrs. A. A. Young on Gran
ite street, members being present
from various sections of the valley.
The leading issues and progress of
spiritualism from a demonstrable sci
entific standpoint were reviewed by
W. H. Breese of Talent.
In addition to the address by Mr.
John A. Taylor haa sold his ranch,
part of the old Taylor donation claim ,
near the lithia springs, to his nephew, BreeBe there were inBtrumental solos
Archie Klncaid, of Bly Oregon son I by Misses Anna Dunn, Glen Roberts
nf winiam KincaLd of Ashland. Mr. and Bonnlce Jennings, original poems
Tavlor sustained a broken shoulder by Mesdames Young and Sayle of
The regular quarterly communion
services of the Presbyterian church
will be held next Sunday morning.
At the evening service Dr. Carnahan
will speak on "The Woman and the
Serpent, or the Power of Influence."
I Put Your I
I Valuables
I In
I Safety
I Wise is he who guards
9 against fire and theft by
I putting bis papers and
I other valuables in our
I Safe Deposit Vault.
.11 Boxos for rent, $2.60 I
I I per year and up. I
R. M. Bryant of Glendale was
business visitor Monday.
F. L. Brown of Talent was in town
yesterday on business.
Order your spring suit now at
Orres' shop.
Roof paint at Warner's, 85c the
Dr. Gilbert of the U. of O. will lec
ture on "Emigration ana eugenics
at the library Saturday evening at
:30. This is one of the university
xtenslon lecturea and on a subject
of vital importance. Come and bring
our friends to hear Dr. Gilbert. As
is usual, there will be no admission
Mrs. Simons has new shapes in
each week. Call and see them. It
Ed Staples was in Talent Tuesday
on business.
Orres for cleaning. Phone 64
Harrv Hosier had a great catch
vesterday up Ashland creek. The six.
inch law was in effect and the creek
was full of fish. However, don't all
think they are there for anyone to
catch, because when you try you will
probably be badly mistaken, for
Harrv is one of the real fishermen of
the valley.
A. W. Walker was up from Med
ford Monday looking after his politi
cal fences. He recognizes the fact
that the republican field is attracting
several others for the nomination for
sheriff and he 1b not allowing the
frrasa to crow under his feet. He can
r- ' v
certainly cover the territory and
promises to make his opponents run
some If they beat him to the prize,
The Royal Bakery and Cafe
Berve "home cooking" at all hours
and dinner at noon. They also take
special orders for cakes for parties
Mr. Drake does tala own baking and
makes the best bread, cakes and pics
In Ashland. Call and see. 89-6t
Clif Payne makes dish cupboards
The temperance people of the city
held a reception at the J. A. Alm
home In honor of Mr. Adams, Wed
nesday. He came to Ashland a short
time ago from Fort Worth, Texas.
He Is a prominent temperance lec
turer. About fifteen or twenty were
Hats cleaned and reblocked
Panamas bleached at Orres shop.
Morton's Millfeed makes more
milk. ' M-ti
Following Is the program of a sa
cred concert to be given Sunday
evening at the Baptist church by the
combined Elks Quartet and the Mixed
Quartet of the Baptist church:
Hymn by congregation.
Mixed Quartet "The
Elks Quartet "Lead,
Duet "Hope Beyond,"
Strickland and Rasor.
Hymn by congregation.
Address by the pastor.
Mixed Quartet "The Storm."
Elks Quartet "Crossing the Bar.
some months ago and his left arm
waa rendered practically useless lor
many of the duties pertaining to the
operation of a ranch.
GRAM and Ashland Tidings one year,
: i io
Ashland and Mrs. Roberts of Talent
the latter written by the lady's
nephew, reading by Mlsa Flossie Bris
coe with musical accompaniment, vo
cal selections by Talent quartet, Miss
Francis Hamlin. Mrs. Young gave
messages and Miss Louise Lennart
gave cup and palm readings. A social
hour and refreshments followed.
NortUboud. Leave
No. 14 8:00 a.m.
Grants Pass motor (main
line depot) 9:30 a.m.
Grants Pass motor (city
depot) 9:40 a.m.
Grants Pass motor (main
line depot) 3:40 p.m.
Grants Pass motor (city
depot) 3:50 p.m.
No. 16 4:30 p.m.
Southbound. Arrive.
Grants Pass motor (city
depot ) 9:00 a.m.
Grants Pass motor (main
line depot) 9:20 a.m.
No. 13 11:35 a.m.
Grants Pass motor (city
depot) 3:10 p.m.
Grants Pass motor (main
line depot) 3:20 p.m.
No. 15 4:50 p.m.
The Congregational church will ob
serve Passion week with services each
evening next week. The events of I
the days of the last week in Christ's
life shall be the theme for each even
ing. Special musi . will also add to
the services. It is boned that these
will be largely attended by the mem
bership of the church, and the gen
eral public Is invited.
We have Just added a rubber stamp department and are now
prepared to furnish every kind of stamp.
The annual thank offering of the
Missionary Society of the Congrega
tional church is being held this after
noon and evening at the church. Din
ner will be served at six o'clock and
there will be a good program given
in the evening.
New Theater To
Be "The vining"!
The Record stated laBt week that
ABhland's new theatre would proba
bly be named "The Rogue" and at
the time that name was practically
settled upon. The public has practi
cally changed the -name since then
and in deference to popular demand
the new structure will be christened
what nearly everybody thought It
should be from the start, namely,
"The Vining." This is official this
time the name has been sent In
thus to the ticket printers and the
experts who will work out the design
for the marquise over the main en
The theatre is rising rapidly the
interior being largely roughed in.
The side and back walls have now
been raised about as far as the men
can go by the wheelbarrow and In
cllned plane route. The rest, of the
walls will require the building of a
lift. The steel lathing is going on
in the dressing rooms. Men will soon
be at work on the roof. Forty men
were on the Job Tuesday of this
The contract for the plumbing waa
taken by the Warner Mercantile Com
pany and A. L. Carter the former
fnrnlnhlnz the materials and the lat
ter doing the work. The electrical
wiring Is being done by day work
both the Danford and Jordan shops
furnishing workmen to rush the job
to completion. As the wiring all
passes through conduits the job Is
more extensive thn the ordinary
wiring of a 'building the size.
was 4&
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Including Steel Dies, Metal Checks, Seals, Stencils,
Dog Tax Checks, Notarial Seals,
And everything In the stamp and die line. Mail orders solicited.
The Tidings, Ashland, Ore.

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