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IN GOOD HEALTH
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Ar rii lurcnttrc to Induce children
to begin early to caro (or their
teeth, each child Attending nehool In
the Honthcrn part of Jnckiion coun
ty wm presented with n tubo or den
tal crenm and a pledge, card con
tnlnliiK Instructions for brushing and
cleaning tho teeth. Fifteen prlios,
consisting of dental cream and other
toilet preparations, were offered for
tho bent essays written on "Care of
tho Teeth." Children wcro requested
to observe these rules:
1. Subject, "Caro of tho Teeth."
2. Tho essays must bo written In
Ink upon ono sldo of paper only.
3. They must bo original, not
more than 300 words In length, and
the ono writing them shall wrlto on
tho back of his essay tho following
"Care of tho Teeth," name and
grndo of pupil writing tho essay,
number of school he or she attend.
i. Not moro than two first
iirlics shall go to any ono school
5. In awarding prizes, tho grade
of tho pupil as well as tho substance
of tho composition, neatness, legi
bility, etc, shall be taken Into consideration.
C. Tho essays from any one
school should bo sent In one pack
ago, and they must reach this office
not later than February 1, 1913.
Prize Winners Named
Tho prlxo winners aro hero given
with addresses and school districts
to which they beleng:
Fourth grade Lucy Davis, Ash
land, district 60; Otto Meyer, Lake
Fifth grade Laura F. Joy, Med
ford, 29; Arthur Lord, Eagle Folnt.
Sixth grado Mildred Tucker,
Ilrownsboro, 39; Marcus Kelts, Tal
ent. 72; Lillian Owens, Wellcn, 90;
1'aul Jennings, Buncom, 27.
Seventh grade Anderson S. Joy,
Medford. 29; Pearl Watklns, Wat
kins, 6S; Jean Finlayson, Medford,
10; Allco Mygren and Glen Tcrrlll,
Eighth grado Lucy Wlthrow, Tal
ent. 72; Hubert Smith, Jackson
Many of the essays brought out
the statement that tho essential
thing In caring for tho teeth was a
good tooth brush and ono or moro
of such materials as lukewarm
water, soap, salt, glycothymollnc,
charcoal, peroxldo of hydrogen,
tooth powder or paste, llstcrlnc, etc.,
and that when ono began tho prac
tice of using them, the habit would
do tho rest.
Tho essay given below was writ
ten by Laura F. Joy, a fifth grado
girl In District 29, near Medferd:
Caro of tho Teeth
It Is very Important that we
should know how to tako caro of
tho teeth. They help ub In many
ways all through life and that Is
why wo should know what nature
has given them to us for. - Tho teeth
havo work to do as much as other
parts of the body. Their work Is
to grind up tho food flno so It can
be easily digested.
Wo clean tho teeth to keep them
from decaying. Clean teeth also
udd to tho appearance and inako
ono look much better.
When cleaning tho teeth wo must
bo careful not to employ tho tooth
brush so vigorously as to causo tho
gums to bleed, becauso this docs
harm. Tho tooth brush should be
used at least twlco a day In the
morning directly after breakfast and
In tho ovonlng before going to bed.
Tho tooth require very llttlo to
keop them clean. Lukewarm water
uhould bo used, it salt wator Is used
It will bo all the better. If good
powder cannot bo secured whlto can
tllo soap will answer very well.
Tho teeth should bo ctamlned
twice a year by a good dontist and
uuy cavities promptly filled.
Mmc. Nordica Here Next Friday Evening
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Mmc. Lillian Nordica. who wlP be tlnrn preoented to her on that occa
sion and which wns a voluntary con
tlrhutlou from her admirers all over
the country, la n significant memento
of her artistic success.
Booms without bath 00c per day
Booms with batli f I.CO per day
Special rate by eek or month.
Combination breakfast every
morning 23, 35 and J8 cent.
heard In concert here on Friday cten
Ing, Feb. 14th. mado her operatic
debut as "Vloletta" tho hapless hero
ine of La Tmvlatn In Brccta, Italy,
This was followed by a train of simi
lar successes in other cltU-s. Includ
ing Milan and Genoa Her fame
spread rapidly all over the Kurnpran
continent from the cunny southland
of song to London, and on to the ex
acting censors of tho grent northern
capital. St. Petersburg. Ono reason
thcro was followed by an Immedlato
re-engagement for another, a dis
tinction of unusual occurenco and
easily stamping tho singer as a great
prlmo nonna. Thence to London, to
Paris and In 1S94 to be awarded at
tho Invitation of Mme. Coslma Wag
ner, to rrcato tho role of "Elsa" In
Lohengrin at Bayrcuth. Interna
tionally famous, Nordica was about to
accomplish tho greatest of her artis
tic triumphs thus far In being ac
corded tho honor of being tho first
"Isoldo" and "Elsa" to bo heard at
tho Prlnx-Itcgentcn theater In Mun
ich. In 1S95, she effected what
was virtually a rcuatssanco of Wag
ner In this country, and tho momor-
ablo November night of that yearl
when sho sang "Isoldo" nt the Merto- During meal hour beautiful music
polttan Opera House, will never be, and singing will bo rendered by Herr
forgotten. Tho famous diamond ' Carl Orten and Mmc. Kvelyne.
A Sale of Muslin Underwear
Combined with Our
February Clearance Sale
Boautiful snowy white now undonnuslins in tho famous La Grocquo tailorod
undormuslins and loss oxponsivo makes at special salo prices. Our show win
dow for a fow days will givo you a faint idoa of tho spoclal valuos, but bottor
still, como in and soo tho showing.
11:30 to 2 p. m.
Baked Filets or Solo Au VI n Blanc
Curried Ox Joints with Hire Fritters
German Pot Boast with Needles
Baked Veal Hash and Poached Egg
Mashed Potatoes Stewed Turnips
Vanllla Cream Orango Sherbot
Tea Coffee Milk
GOWNS SPECIALLY PRICED
!)iio Gowns Gity
$1.:15 ami $l.r0 Clowns 9-i
$l.f50 Gowns $1.19
$2.00 Gowns $1.48
Others $1.69, $1.98, $2.39 up
$1.5).") Printzess Slips $1.-18
$2.r() Pi'inlsH'ns Slips $1.89
$:U0 Print .oss Slips $2.49
$l.no Printoss Slips $3.-15
Others $3.89, $1.89, $5.35 up.
Combination Corset Cover and Short Skirts specially priced.
Combination Corset Cover and Drawers specially priced.
Corset Covers, "Brassieres, Drawers, Golf Skirts at special sale prices.
Extreme price reductions on trimmed
ami unt rimmed Hats One-Half Prico
At one-half price and less to reduco
tin's immense stock of skirts and
prices have been reduced to Ono-Half
Prico and Less.
Eveiy winter coat in stock including
black broadcloths, caraculs, chinchil
las, mixtures, etc., sizes to fit all,
at exactly Ono-Half Prico.
Only few more days to choose from
our entire line of winter suits; styles
are strictly tailored mannish mater
ials which arc always correct at ex
actly Ono-Half Prico.
$1.00 Children's Coats $2.25
$5.00 Children's Coats $2.50
$S.f0 Children's Coats $1.25
$(5.50 Children's Coats $3.25
$7.50 Children's Coats $3.75
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AT YREKA SUNDAY
A double wedding occurred Sun
iluy at Yrekn, Cnl., whereby Mnida
Lelloux became- tho bride of R. h.
Ilurnctt, and Miss Gcorgiu Nailey tho
lirido of Hurry Helms. Tho double
wedding watt kept neeret until ThurB
tlny when tho brides thcmbclves gave
out tho news.
All pf tho conti'uuting parties are
wlill known in Medford. Mr. Ilurnctt
iy employed by Uto Puoifio Motor
Supply company, while Mis I.o Rous
h employed by tho Medford Cigar
storo. Mr. Heluin is employed in the
Holland buffet, nnd Miss liniloy was
enmlnvml nt llin Puntnrinm. The two
couples will innko their homo in this!
Grand Opening Sale
of Spring Goods
1000 yards of new Spring Ginghams;
fast colors. Many new styles 4 (a
Sale price vl
CENTRAL AVENUE, NEAR P. 0.
1 NEW PERCALES
3000 yards .'KJ-inch Percales, in dark
and light styles; guaranteed fast -I Aa
colors. Salo price XUi
First Showing of Spring Waists
1000 Tailored and Lingerie
"Waists, beautiful new styles,
all sizes. On sale 0Q
1000 Lingerie, Flannel and
Tailored Waists on sale Sat
Beautiful new embroidered linen "Waists at $1.98 and $2.50
New Tub Silk Waists, mado
with the new style (M QO
collar. Sale price, ca yl.v(j
An odd lot of slightly
Waists, clearing up
NEW JUVENILE CLOTH for children's dresses, a yard 25
Continuation of Our Muslin Underw'r Sale
Lot 1 Women's muslin draw
era, corset covers and skirts;
values up to $1.00. rQ,
Sale prico, each Ovj
Lot 2 Women's muslin gowns
drawers, skirts and combino;
tions; values up to $1.25. 7(p
Salo price, each "wL
Lot 3 Women's muslin corset
covers, combination skirts and
gowns; values up to ff -i Q
$2.00. Sale price 4JUJLJ
Lot 4 Women's gowns, corset
covers and combinations; val
ues up to $2.50. d OQ
Sale price, each $
Women's Corsets, good grade,
sale price, Afto
a pair OL
Warner's Rust Proof Corsets,
odd lines; values up to QC
$3.00, sule price, a pair.... vOX
Fisrt Showing of Spring Dress Goods
Cheney's "spot proof" Fou
lards, the best made, exclusive
designs, bale price,
1000 yards new nicssalines in
all tho much wanted shades;
27 inches wide. Salo OQ
price, a yard OV
new wool Dress
grey and tan mix-
Now serges, poplins, diagonals
and many other popular
weaves in all the new Qfif
shades. Sale price, yd vOX
NEW GALATIAS AT 18 YD.
NEW RATINE CLOTH
Continuation of Our Embroidery Sale
1000 yards wide omb. and in
sertions; values up to r
15c. Sale price, a yard wl
5000 yards fine Val. Lace and
Insertions; vulucs up to F
20c. Salo price, a yard "C
Now Flouncings in all the up-to-date
patterns; vulucs up to
&9J)ft Kiiln ni-ir.f. AO T
$2.00. Sale price,
3000 yards extra wide Enibroi-
dory; values up to uoc.
Salo prico, a yard....
New all linen Torchon Lace
and Insertion; values 191a
to 25c, salo prico, yd ,..'2'
Severe Lung Trouble
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WHERE TO QO
Only llmiii'd Jllmt I'our of 'cm.
OliaitRo crory Sunday, Momtuy,
Wiultiemlft)' H'l Friday.
l-'lll HAY AM) HATCIlOAY
Wntrr lllglil Wr
IIiiIki' Unit Oirn
Hntln mill (lliiKlmtit
Muilc I'uilcr tho Direction of
II) O.NTS lt
Liulur Now ManuKumiuit.
Mi'tiriirit'N Home ut l'ito.)nto
You Mioulil ni,vcr iiilnit It wo nlmw
It every i'rlilay and Saliirdity. Hoot
current nvciiln Hliuud.
Auotlior Iwo-rcnl fcnluri',
"I'liins or coNHciuNoi:"
Di'l'lctliu: a powerful utory of love,
Imtrvd iiml Joiilouy
"Hint ow.v coir.vritY"
A i1iutp)ny of tho Spanlxh period In
noiitliorii Cullfornlu. I'ortruyvd by
thu famoiia I'IjIiik "A' coiupuny.
.New l'dpiilur Siiii
Wo IVnturo Our .Muilc nutl Ilffn In.
Colgate's Talcum Powder,
25o cans, ityfi
TOO HAH wu rnu'l lot you In on tho
Hecrot yot, hut It'n no good tluil you
will rollbli It nil tho tuoro whan wo
nprontl tho Rind tidings. Within tho
next two week wo nro koIiir to iniikn
an iinnouncoinunt that will nut ou
wild with outhuuhtHin ami will con
vlnro you that tho Stur Thou tor
meant) proRroanlvonetis In photo play
Matlnooi Dally, 3 to 6 p. m.
ADMISSION. 5o AND 10c
i ISIS THEATRE
i. ItOOCIlH AND WAhKlIlt '.
', ', Ulpny Mualcal Act, Spoclal ;
; ; Rfonory ;
No uyo ntruln to bco our '
; ! I'lioto I'Iiivn Friday & Hnturduy
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