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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 2 January 1913

Thursday. January 2. IBIS. ASHLAND TIDINGS PAGE TTY1T An Ob'iect Lesson For Your Boy Every father wants his boy and girl to learn the lesson of ha bitual saving. Do you know, fathers, that one of the beet ways to teach your children to save regularly is to have a savings account your selves? Let that boy of bring your savings deposit to the bank as "regular as clockwork" and he will get the habit himself he can't help it. Incidentally, a little nest egg will be good for father, too. GRANITE CITY SAVINGS BANK Ashland, Oregon Regular meeting of Hillah Temple nill occur Friday evening, January 1913. Get a hump on yourself; some important business. Keep your eye on Alex. E. D. BRIGGS, Potentate. E. A. SHEUWIN, Recorder. IIMIIIHIIIIIIIIK ItliiiliiliiUiillillNil i LOCAL AND PERSONAL 1 Miss Mamie C. Barnes, cashier in the telephone office, left Monday for Grants Pass to spend New Year's with relatives. One lot of ladies' waists, regu lar $1.25 and $1.50 values go at 98c at Enders' during t...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 2 January 1913

PAGE SIX ASHLAND TIDINGS Thursday, January 2, 1017. COLUMBUSMAN WRITES Charles 11. llartow. Former Resident, VriUw Joosely and Other- wise of Issues. 1M)IS KOLl AX1 RESOLD. Metliods of Orchard Ind Company Shown by Testimony. I Columbus, O, Dec. 23. 1912. Kditor Tidings: The writer has enjoyed reading the Tidings under your editing very much, and wishes to congratulate Ashland for having one of the newsiest and most public spirited papers ou the coast. It takes considerable courage and backbone to stand up lor what is right and best sometimes, especially in the newspaper business. The various articles anent the mu nicipal light plant were quite a .puz zle for a time as the writer could not make out why the citizens of Ashland should not have pride and interest enough in it to support it loyally against a foreign company that had held them up and tried to rob them when there was no compe tition. There is generally a motive back of an attack of the kind, and, read ing between the lines...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 2 January 1913

Thursday. January 2, 1013. ASITLAXD TIDINGS PAGE SEVEN UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK -IS THE- PIONEER BANK OF ASHLAND GRANTS PASS ROUTE I tout e of IroioKel Municipal Iload to Crewent City Given Out Work to Ilegin Soon. Security-Service Players of Other Day. (By Robert Grau.) Although the Union Square The atre was originally a theatre of va rieties and is now conducted as such, its place in theatrical history will be due to the unexampled career of Preliminary details for the begin- shook & Palmer's Stock Company, ning of work on the railraod from I .,i,.h wa t.ndv f nkvcr. i,rh Grants Pass to Crescent City havejthe American stage has never seen been completed and actual construe- duDlicated First National Bank CAPITAL, SURPLUS, UNDIVIDED PROFITS (MHP AAA A A AND STOCKHOLDERS' LIABILITY OVER $1D,VUV.VU DEPOSITORY OF GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK FUNDS DR. W. EARL BLAKE DENTIST First National Bank Bids., Suite S and 10. Entrance First Ave. Phones: Office, 109; Res., 488-R DR. J. EXDELMAN...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 2 January 1913

PAGE EIGHT Classified Advertisements (Continued from Page Three.) TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FOR RENT One room in Meikle block building. Enquire millinery store next door, 167 East Main. 3-tf R. R. HEADSARE HELD (Kneral Officers Held for Man slaughter fur Failing to Keep l'p Railroad. Bridgeport, Conn., Deo. 31. Criminal proceedings against offi cials of the New York, New Haxen & Hartford Railroad Company for loss of life in the wreck of the Springfield express at Westport last October was begun today by the Fair field county authorities when Vice- President Henry J. Horn, General Manager B. R. Pollock and General Superintendent C. X. Woodward were arrested on bench warrants charging them with manslaughter. They are held responsible for the wreck and loss of life because, through alleged "gross and culpable negligence," they failed to keep the roadbed, equipment and service in such a condition as to insure the safety of passengers. The specific allegation is that they "did kill and s...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 6 January 1913

Oregon Historical Society. Ashland Tidings SUNNY SOUTHERN OREGON ASHLAND THE BEAUTIFUL VOL. XXXVII ASHLAND, OREGON, MONDAY, JANUARY 0, 1913 NUMBER C4 HELD ANNUAL JEETING FRUIT & , PRODUCE ASSOCIATION ELECT DIRECTORS. MANAGER'S REPORT OF BUSINESS Year Has Proved Prosperous for As sociation, Despite Fact That Fruit Markets Were Dadly Demoralized Most of Year. The Ashland Fruit & Produce As sociation held its annual meeting at the city hall Saturday afternoon. H. B. Warner, J.,B. Hunter and M. C. Lininger were elected direct ors, and with C. H. Gillette and E. B. Hunt will have charge of the bus iness of the association the coming year. The board of managers will meet tonight to elect a president, secre tary and other, officers, including the manager. There ere seven or eight applicants for the latter position. The report of the manager for the past year showed a very good condi tion considering the condition of the fruit markets. The association han dles the fruit on a commiss...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 6 January 1913

FAGK TWO ASHLAND TIDINGS Monday, January . lflliT. Ashland Tidings SEMI-WEEKLY. ESTABLISHED 1876. Issued Mondays and Thursdays Ilert K. Greer, - Editor and Owner K. W. Talcott, - - - City Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear $2.00 Blx Months LOO Three Months 50 Payable in Advance. . TELEPHONE 39 Advertising rates on application. First-class job printing facilities. Equipments second to none in the Interior, Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postoffice as second-class mail matter. ARK WE IDOLATERS? AMiIand, Ore., Monday, Jan. 0, 101:i WILL I'AHLETOVS PUU'E. Books were books in the. '70c. They were bought only after much discussion in the family circle, only Is this an age of idolaters? The -oid charge of the English that the American people worship the "al mighty dollar" as yet remains to be disproven. Not until the poor man who strays into a iich church is in variably treated with the same Refer ence and courtesy as the one clad in silks and furs, will the charge be dis proven, nor pos...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 6 January 1913

. I Monday, January 6. lftlS. ASHLAND TIDIXC8 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS One cent per word, first insertion; cent per word for each insertion thereafter; 30 words or less $1 per 'month. No advertisement inserted for less than 25 cents. Classified ada are cash with order expect to parties having ledger accounts with the office. MISCELLANEOUS CHAIR DOCTOR R. H. Stanley, ex pert furniture repairer and up holsterer. Carpets beat, relaid and repaired, bed springs r& stretched, chairs wired, rubber tires for baby buggies. 26 First avenue, opposite First National Bank. Phone 413-J. BILL POSTER Will Stennett, 116 Factory St. Bill posting and dis tributing. 54-tf TAXIDERMISTS, FURRIERS AND TANNERS Natural Science Est., 10 Granite St. 38-tf READ THIS Any time you want the city carriage, see E. N. Smith, 124 Morton St. Phone 464-J. VOICE CULTURE, tone placing, ar tistic singing. Address Mr. Mac Murray, East Side Inn. Phone 183. 25-tf CARRIAGE To any part of the city. To and from all trains....

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 6 January 1913

PAGE FOUR ASHLAND TIDINGS Monday. January 6, 1913, i! In the Social Realm jj The Misses Davenport entertained a few friends at a chafing dish party at the Hotel Columbia, -Wednesday evening. New Year's night the guests at the Columbia had a 500 party. Refresh ments ended the evening and a de lightful time was enjoyed. Owing to the aanual meeting of the First Baptist church on New j lears, tne woman noine ana r or- eign Missionary Society omitted its regular monthly meeting for Janu- arv- The meetings of St. Cecelia's Guild and of the Altar Society of the Cath olic church were postponed from last Thursday until Thursday of this week because of special services at that church last week. . Miss To nil in and Dr. Kam merer save a 500 party Saturday evening at the Columbia. There were two tables. The Misses Welch, Di Bell, Keiser, Greer, Dr. Sawyer, the Misses Tuttle and Miss Rader of Medford were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Deibert of Wimer street entertained at a very enjoy able dinner pa...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 6 January 1913

Monday, January 6, 1913. An Obecf Lesson For Your Boy Every father wants his boy and girl to learn the lesson of ha bitual saving. Do you know, fathers, that one of the beet ways to teach your children to save regularly is to have a savings account your selves? Let that boy of bring your savings deposit to the bank as "regular as clockwork" and he will get the habit himself he can't help it. Incidentally, a little nest egg will be good for father, too. GRANITE CITY SAVINGS BANK Ashland, Oregon A. P. and A. M. Ashland Lodge No. 23 Attention, A. F. & A. M. There will be work in the Entered .Apprentice degree Monday evening. 'January 6. Sojourning ftiembers in cited to attend. H. L. WHITED, W. M. E. A. SHERWIX, Sec. i LOCAL AND PERSONAL For dry wood phone 420-J. 62tf G. F. Billings was in Medford Fri day transacting business. H. V. Richardson was a Medford visitor between trains on T'aursday. E. D. Briggs went to Jacksonville Friday to try a case in the district ourt. Clare Beebee ...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 6 January 1913

FOR RELIEF OF WIDOWS Legislature Will Consider llill l'ension Widows and Small tluldren of Oregon. to The Oregon Congress of Mothers has a bill which it will present to the legislature this winter for the re lief of widows and orphans of the state. They hold that it is cheaper and bitter for the state to a'd wid ows in keeping their children togeth r thflr to support them in state in stitutions. The following is the text of the bill: A bill for an act to provide for the assistance and support of women whose husbands are dead or are inmates of some Oregon stat- in stitution and who have a Hil'd or children dependent for support wholly or partly upon their labor and to provide for raising money for that purpose. Be it enacted by the legislative as sembly of the state of Oregon. I3e it enacted by the people of the state of Oregon. Section !. Mvcr woman, vho has one or more children unde. the age of 1 6 years and whose husband is either dead r,i is ai inniif? ol some Oregon state Instit...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 6 January 1913

',1' Monday, January 6, 1913. ASHLAND TIDINGS- PAGE 8 EVE! UNITED STATES -IS THE - PIONEER BANK Security-Service CAPITAL, SURPLUS, UNDIVIDED PROFITS (MHr AAA AA AND STOCKHOLDERS' LIABILITY OVER $1 d.UUU.UU DEPOSITORY OF GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK FUNDS DR. W. EARL BLAKK DENTIST First National Bank Bld&., Suite 9 and 10. Entrance First Ave. Phones: Office, 109; Res., 488-R. DR. J. E. ENDELMAN DENTIST Citizens Banking & Trust Co. BIdg. Suite 3 & 4 ASHLAND, ORE. DR. F. H. JOHNSON, DENTIST, Beaver BIdg., East Main and First Sts., Ashland, Oregon. Phones: Office 178, Res. 850-Y. DR. J. S. PARSON, Physician and Surgeon. Office a Residence, Main Street Phone 242 J. G. V. GREGG. M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office: 1 and 2 Citizens Banking and Trust Co. building. Phone 69. Residence: 93 Bush Street. Resi dence phone 230 R. Office hours: 9 to 12a. m 2 to 5 p. m. Calls answered day or night. A. J. FAWCETT, M. D. Homeopathic PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, Payne BIdg., adjoining Cit ize...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 6 January 1913

r ! ? ! i i PAGE EIGHT A SHI. A XT) TIDINGS Monday, January 6, 1913. Enders' Big Department Store Our Eleventh Semi-Annual CLEMMT(CE SALE Enders' Big Department Store Our big January Clearance Sale is now going at lull blast for 18 days only. In order to make room for our big new Spring lines we offer to the people of southern Oregon values never seen before at such prices. h -MH- LADIES' AND MISSES' COATS. Values up to $21.00 $13, Values up to $15.00 $9, Values up to $10.00 $6. Values up to $6.00 $3, Mackinaws, regular $8.00 to $11.00. .$6 Maekinaws, regular $7.50 $4 Children's Coats, $8.00 to $12.00, all go at $6 Ladies' Norfolk Sweaters,. $8.00, now $6, Ladies' Blazer Sweaters, $5.50, now $3 ,85 75 95 95 95 95 75 45 95 All Hair Goods 20 per cent discount. Ladies' Skirts 10 per cent discount. One lot Ladies' "Waists, $1.50 values 98c Ladies' House Dresses, $1.75 values $1.48 Ladies' and Misses' Union Suits, regular 65c val ues .49c Jnfiiliiliiliitiif it il f f I f - m m m . .... ....

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 9 January 1913

Oregon Historical Society. shland Tidings SUNNY SOUTHERN OREGON ASHLAND THE BEAUTIFUL VOL. XXXVII ASHLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1913 NUMBER Co COMMERCIAL CLUB PROSPERS SEVEN XEW MEMBERS TAKEN IX AT LAST ELECTION. PRESIDENT PLEADS FOR EFFORTS In Stirring Talk President Vires Members to Boost Every Legiti mate Enterprise fur Upbuilding City. The Commercial Club at its meet ing Monday evening transacted about the usual amount of routine business. While there were no mat ters of paramount Importance con sidered, there wan manifestation of a determination that 1913 should prove the banner year of the club in the way of results for the upbuild ing of the city. After the routine business had been transacted, including the elec tion of seven new members, Presi dent Briggs took the floor and urged the members of (he club to loyally stand by every project that was for the upbuilding of the community. He epoke especially of the project to colonize the Waite tract on the other -side of ...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 9 January 1913

PAGft TWO ASHLAND TIBfVGS ThmrndMj. Janata? 9, 1 Ashland Tidings SEMJ-WEEKLT. ESTABLISHED 1878. Issued Mondays and Thursdays Bert R. Greer, B. V. Talcott, Editor and Owner . City Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear 2.00 Biz Months 1.00 Three Months SO Payable In Advance. TELEPHONE 39 Advertising rates on application. First-class job printing facilities. Equipments second to none in the Interior. Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Po6toffice as second-class mail mat ter. Ashland, Ore.. Thursday. Jan. 0. '1:1 THE PAKCEUS I"OST AND THE MERCHANT. The new parcels post law has been viewed with a great deal of misgiv ing by retail merchants everywhere. However, it should give them new opportunities of which they have had little conception. It improves their position as re spects distant mail order houses. A mail order house 300 to 600 miles away must pay 62 cents to gtt a 10 pound parcel mailed. The local mer chant serving the same article to a 50-mile territory can get the same thins carried...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 9 January 1913

"Thqrwflay. January ft, 1013. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS One cent per word, first insertion; Vi cent per word for each insertion thereafter; 30 words or less $1 per month. No advertisement inserted for less than 25 cents. Classified ads are cash with order expect to parties having ledger accounts with the office. MISCELLANEOUS CHAIR DOCTOR It. H. Stanley, ex pert furniture repairer and up- ; holsterer. Carpets beat, relaicr and repaired, bed springs re ctretched, chairs wired, rubber tires for baby buggies. 26 First avenue, opposite First National Bank. Phone 413-J. BILL POSTER Will Stennett, 116 Factory St. Bill posting and dis tributing. 54-tf TAXIDERMISTS, FC100e"RS-AND TANNERS Natural Science Est., 10 Granite St. 38-tf READ THIS Any time you want the city carriage, see E. N. Smith, 124 Morton St. Phone 464-J. VOICE CULTURE, tone placing, ar tistic singing. Address Mr. Mac Murray, East Side Inn. Phone 183. 25-tf CARRIAGE To any part of the city. To and from all trains. Phone 191 o...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 9 January 1913

PAGH FOCn '" -"TiTI'InI i j In the Social Realm j Skeeing is one of the pastimes which is in voue in the Ashland park these snowy days. A sleighing party will go to Wag ner Springs tonight and partake of a turkey dinner with Mr. and Mrs. liartlett. Mr. and Mrs. B. Reach give a tur key dinner tonight in honor of their grandson, Karl Veghte, of Klamath KallH, wlio it, visiting his parents, -Mr. and Mrs. C. li. Veghte. Sleighing is the order of the day in Ashland since the heavy fall of fnow. Wednesday evening there were a number of sleighing parties, besides . much coasting by the lads and laHhies on Granite, Church and Walnut streets. The city park is gorgeous in its beauty, with its bnow ladened trees. A jolly crowd of young people in vaded the home or Karl Ruck Mon day night and gave him a most suc cessful surprise the- happy affair be ing in commemoration of his eigh teenth birthday. Old-fashioned Karnes wero played throughout the evening. A substantial repast was a pleasing featu...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 9 January 1913

Thursday, January ft, 1013. ASHLAJfD TTDIXG8 PACE FTTH An 0bect Lesson For Your Boy Every father wants his boy and girl to learn the lesson of ha bitual saving. Do you know, fathers, that one of the beet ways to teach your children to save regularly is to have a savings account your selves? Let that boy of bring your savings deposit to the bank as "regular as clockwork" and he will get the habit himself he can't help it. Incidentally, a little nest egg will be good for father, too. GRANITE CITY SAVINGS BANK Ashland, Oregon B LOCAL AND PERSONAL For dry wood phone 420-J. 62tf Clif Payne makes mission fur niture. J. G. Hurt was a Medford visitor on Monday. Ira Shoudy was at Jacksonville on 'on sin ess on Monday. Editor Wolf visited the county seat on Tuesday on business. Factory blocks for sale at Carson-Smith Lumber Company. 64-3t Hal McNair and Levi Stevens went to Medford Tuesday on business. Dry wood, prompt delivery. City Wood Yard. Phone 420-J. 62tf j-Get a load of factory blocks...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 9 January 1913

PAGE SIX ASTTXAXT) TIDINGS Thursday. January 0. 1913. n i r i r "-v S- i i m 1 i i r-i i i r i t 1 Pfn KV fflL tLIVii U LbULl vLbUVJ U vJ ini Lb Lb j $ Begmning Friday, , JanJOtli, and Ending Saturday, 18th I I qpHAT means one-sixth of the price off on goods. Sharpen your pencil and figure how a merchant can live and do business that way. 1 11 But we need more money right now, and besides it is quite in style to put on a big sale if one don't make a cent. (That makes me X think, I started to wash my feet the other day and found a scent. our many bargains, as space and time forbid mentioning more. Everything in the Dry Goods Department not marked with a pink ticket will take a discount of 16 f per cent. Bargains in Dress Goods X Heavy reversible goods, 5G inches suits, $2.50. now v Heavy plaid niackinaw, 60 inches jackets and coats, J2.ia, now Broadcloth, all colors, 50 inches now French aud tissue ginghams, 25c quality, now All suitings and dress materials 16 2-3 per cent off. Remem...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 9 January 1913

lOrsdajr, January 0, 1913, t PAGE 8 EVE cttt it rrv wta a zz . UNITED STATES -18 PIONEER BANK Security-Service CAPITAL, SURPLUS. UNDIVIDED PROFITS H7F AAA A A AND STOCKHOLDERS' LIABILITY OVER $175,000.00 DEPOSITORY OF GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK FUNDS DR. W. EARL BLAKE DENTIST irst National Bank Bld8., Suite 9 and 10. Entrance First Ave. 'hones: Office, 109; Res., 488-R. DR. J. E. EXDELMAN DENTIST itizens Banking & Trust Co. Bldg. Suite 3 & 4 ASHLAXI), ORE. DR. P. H. JOHNSON, DENTIST, ?eaver Bldg., East Main and First Sts., Ashland, Oregon. Phones: Office 178, Res. &0-Y, DR. J. 8. PARSON, Physician and Surgeon. Office at Residence, Main Street Phone 242 J. G. V. GREGG, M. D. Physician and Surgeon pffice: 1 and 2 Citizens Banking and Trust Co. building. Phone 69. Residence: 93 Bush Street. Real dence phone 230 R. pfflce hours: 9 to 12a. m., 2 to 5 p. m. Calls answered day or night. A. J. FAWCETT, 51. D. Homeopathic PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, Payne Bldg., adjoining Cit ize...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 9 January 1913

Thursday, January 0, 19 is. IAGE EIGHT Our Eleventh Semi-Annual Enders' Big Department Store Enders' Big Department Store Our big January Clearance Sale is now going at full blast for 18 days only. In order to make room for our big new Spring lines we offer to the people of southern Oregon values never seen before at such prices. AyftlAWfr TITi'NG8 . t t t LADIES' AND MISSES' COATS. Values up to $21.00 $13.85 Values up to $15.00 $9.75 Values up to $10.00 $6.95 Values up to $0.00 $3.95 Mackinaws, regular $8.00 to $11.00 $6.95 Mackinaws, regular $7.50 $4.95 Children's Coats, $8.00 to $12.00, all go at $6.75 Ladies' Norfolk Sweaters, $8.00, now $6.45 Ladies' Blazer Sweaters, $5.50, now ....$3.95 : $ ; All Hair Goods 20 per cent discount. $ Ladies' Skirts 10 per cent discount. I One lot Ladies' Waists, $1.50 values 98c Ladies'. House Dresses, $1.75 values $1.48 t & Ladies' and Misses' Union Suits, regular 65c val- Z SHOES FOR THE FAMILY. 50 pairs Ladies' Shoes, $3.00 values $1.00 $ ...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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