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TvrEPFOttT) MATT, TRTHTTNK MBDFQRR PUKCON, IMUIUV, TW1WARVJ20, 101B.
OKNKVA, Feb, 20. Th riRlitliiR
In tlio Cnrjintlilnn mountains bolwccn
HudBlnns r.nd Germans nnd Austrlnns
In bocomliiK rapidly much like bIoro
warfare, according to dispatches
ronchliiR acnovn from points near
ttio lino ot bnttlo. These, messages
ttocl&rc. that since. February 18 over
200,000 men have been fighting hand
to hand In tho Carpathian trenches
without making any material ad
vance. Tho wounded arc nourliiK
Into Ungvar and ICporles, In Hungary.
Uurjng tho night ot February 19,
taking advantngo of a lull In the lios
lllttlci), tho AuBlrlans picked up at
Svldnlk S60w wounded men nnd more
than 3000 dead. Tho wounded had
been lying on the ground, some ot
them for 18 hours without food or
iitccor. A chief officer of tho Aus
trian medical department U author
ity for the estimate, that 70 per cent
of thorn will bo Invalids for life.
A majority of tho wounded at
Srldnlk wore Injured In tho head by
blows from rlflo butts and 20 per
cent of thorn will bo cither parodl
ally or totally .btttid.
NEW PLAYER COMES
10 PAGE THEATRE
Professor J. B. Hunt who came
from Oakland to Mcdford for tho pur
poso of playing tho largo Wurlltzor
orchestra at tho Page Theater, re
turned home this morning. Profes
sor Stclnmctz ot San Francisco will
arrive Saturday morning and take
charge of tho large instrument re
cently installed in tho Page Theater.
Tho mechanics who camo with this
Instrument from the factory have fin
ally completed the Installation of
this largo orchestra and beginning
with Saturday afternoon there will
bo n special musical program rend
ered at each performance on this
largo Instrument with all ot its ef
WEDS DR. SPRINGER
A telegram wns received Thurxlny
by Mrs. J. I). Fay fiiyinj; that her
daughter, Gertrude, wns married
Thursday afternoon to Dr. V. 11.
Springer, both of this city. The nup
tials are in the nnturu of n Mirprifeo
to the many friends of both the cou
trnctinj; parlies in this city. The
bride is well known in this city, hav
ing lived hero hinec childhood. Dr.
Springer is associated with Dr. J. M.
Keeni in dentistry, nnd has lived in
this city for the last six months, hav
ing n wide circle of friends. The cou
ple after n bhort honeymoon in'tou h
cm California will make their home
in this city.
Here Is Good News
for Stomach Victims
Some very rcmarkabjo results aro
being obtained by treating stomach,
liver and Intestinal troubles with
puro vegetable oils, which exert a
cleansing, soothing and purifying ac
tion upon the lower bowels, remov
ing tho obstructions ot poisonous
fecal matter and gases and preventing
their absorption by tho blood. This
done, tho food Is allowed' freo pas
sago from the stomach, fermentation
ceases and stomach troubles quickly
George 1 1. Mayr, for twenty years a
leading Chicago druggist, cured him
self and many of his friends ot stom
ach, liver and Intestinal troubles of
years standing by this treatment, and
so successful was tho remedy ho de
vised that It 1ms since been placed in
tho hands of druglsts all ovor tho
country, who have sold thousands of
Though absolutely harmless, tho
effect of the medicine Is sufficient to
convlnco a,ny one of Its remarkable
effectiveness, and 'within 24 hops
tho suferer feels like a new person.
Mayr's Wonderful Itemed' Is sold By
leading drUgglsts everywhere with
the posllvo understanding that your
money will be refunded without Ques
tion or quibble If QN15 bottle falls to
give you absolute satisfaction. Adv.
WHAT SUCCESS MEANS TO ME
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RV HPPMANQ MM
FURIOUS ON RECORD! IN ADRIATIC SEA
I'.Mtia. Fob 2fi. -Tho destruction
j I'MtIS, Fob. 20. Tho bombard-
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iu niulit of February 21-22 than nl of tho Fiench' torpedo boht destroy
any other time according to C. l.o- cr Dnguo Ih tho Orlntle Son was am
noir, deputy for lthelms. who wns in ounc0ll ,,).. bv tho French ntlif
that city nt tho time. Shells l-ocnn . jv
falling at 1:00 o'clock and cunlln Ut "!: of Mar,liw- r ' ' . , .
to rain down until 2: tr, a.m. Tio Tho official announcement Ml-
projeclllos caiuo from till parts of lows; '
iln (.nrninn front from tho northwest ' 'ri,., i.v..nr)i inrnedo .boat du-
to tho oast.
stroyor Daguo, white oBcortlng
Hy Konnn Phillip.. (Our Mutmil Girl)
Success means to me the realiza
tion of dreams of childhood not
only material dreams of hcnutifulj
gowns nnd plenty of money, but those
inward Satisfactions for which wc
yearn in youth.
Folks at home always Mild I'd
"make n hit on the MitRO." They
said I wns n born nclre-s. And that
fired my youthful imagination to
follow the stage as n career, for I
thought my parents could say no
wrong. And, though they could not
foresee tho immense popularity of the
"movies" nnd the role they were to
piny in entertaining the musses, 1 do
not doubt but what, had they known,
it would have been on the screen that
mv success would have come in my
Success mcnn to me the ability
nnd privilege of working hard of be
ing ndmircd by others mysterious
tiio gunner,, m . ,o ...... v,.v. provisions for Monte-
tally nt tho first ward of tho city, M. l0"," '
l,enolr said. This section hitherto negro, struck an Austrian mine ofr
has been spared. Flro btoko out In the port of Autlvarl (Montenegro) on
20 places at ouco ami whole blocks February 21 and sank,
.'collapsed like card houses. Official "Thlrtyelght of t ho crow .!
'repots show that more than 2000 Penrod. Tho accident did no hinder
.shells have been thrown on tho old finishing tho work of provisioning
1 -..- nt i... uv nniinliicr and tho return of tho convoy.
the destruction of 400 houses. Tho Tho French cruiser l)e.nlx mmlo a
...... . ...o w,..,i,.,,.i nt in n. demonstration against Akubah (Ara-
thousands 1 do not know, but who on ..... 2 and continued Intermit- bla) on February S3. A lauding
know me. . 'tently uullH a. m. party aided by the ship's cannon dls-
Succos means to me the joy ot' . -
surrounding inyelf with tho things I
consider beautiful, chintz, silk, statu
ary nnd flowers.
Would 1 strive ngnin for what suc
cess 1 have attained f Most certain
ly. Life in ilke mountain climbing-
it's n difficult roadway leading to the,
joys ofr looking backward over tho.
rough trail from, the pleasant, airy
heights when one 'litis nt uined the
HK1M.IN", via London, Feb. 'Mi. '
Three members of the crew of tho
American steamer Cnrib lo-t their
lives when their ship was sunk Tue
dov in tho North sen, probably bv n
mine. It has been learned that the
Cnrib .went down off Horkum island
nt the mouth of the Kms river nnd
not near Helgoland, as was presum-'
ed from tho first announcement.
Fit, DtMiAiuuTY, Styi.k nnd CoMroiiT every
miuisttc the collar wearer seeks is found in tno
lushest degree of excellence in Amiow CoixaUs
2 for 2bC
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LisMonc2tf inTYW HonoN a4 '"
Ct.L'KTT. rKADODV U CO.. lc. Mum o Aow Sm TnjSV
$ MI 3
x ifi nf
HADE TO ORDER
FROM $25.00 UP
ClMJtfRl, Pressing and Altering
111 E. MAIN. UPSTAIRS
STORE FOR WOMEN
New Spring Suits and Coats
Arriving DailyYou Should See Them
WONDERFUL SUIT VALUES at
Ctt?,V.?J $15- $18' and ?25'00 Each
SPLENDID COAT VALUES at
$5.98, $8.48, $9.98, $12.48 and $18.00
BEAUTIFUL NEW SPRING SKIRTS at
$4.48, $5.98, $6.98 and $9.98 Each
50 New Silk LVtt it-oats,
in colors and black, up
to $2 valilcs, iiQ.vMeach,
oO All-Silk MessaliM'
Petticoats, colors and
black, $1 values, now
doip.'iI nnd liul (o rilulti u nmall hfuut
of Turku uccniiyliiK tho vIIIiiko."
The Diiftuo won Ufill rt ltnijur and
had u dlwpliu'emmil of 7'JO tiniH. Who
wiiH huilt in 1111 mill wns mini nt
n Mpiu'il of III. I KiioIm. Hoi- cimiple-
iiii'iit wiiH 81 men. bin' wiik iiiiiumI
Willi two !I.H inch jjiuih, four I! poiuuU
irn uiiil four IH Inch IoiihmIh tiilics.
FOR NEW TRIAL DENIED
NI'JW YOIIIC, l-Vli. '-Ml. Clmrli'S
llt'i'Kci'H iippllcittlon for u new ti'lul
on llm, indictment I'liiirin lilm with
the immler of ileimuii Itosoiillnil wns
denied Imhiv hv Iho miprciiic eoinl.
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Tho purest and best for tho least
is packed daily and is always
fresh and uniform m.llavor and
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Why Pay MoroY Sicci uuiwii
No Dust. No Chall.
Closset & Devers
m.i.. ni.i... inil T.nrnet
Coffon Itonnlrr In
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FREE-Save Your Saleslips and Get Wm. Roger's Silverware-FREE
NEW DRESS GOODS
Serges, new spring
shades, a yard,
56-Inch Heavy Coat
ings, very special, pfr
5000 yds. New Zephyr
Ginghams, worth 15c,
Best Galatea in all col
ors, special, yard,
Cloth, for children's
dresses and boys' suits,
18-Inch All-Sil! Mes
salinc, 75c values, now,
Checks, special, yard,
New Organdies and
Lawns, beautiful pat
terns, special, yard,
40-inch Organdies, in
beautiful floral de
signs, a yard,
Skinner',? Satin, 36
Inches wide, all colors,
"DOVE" RAND OF
Greatest Values Ever
"Dove" Brand Corset
Covers, real 50c values,
sale price, each,
Combination Suits, val
ues up to $1.50, now,
Heavy Coutll Corsets,
new model, 75c values,
now, a pair,
"Dove" Brand N'tfht
Gowns, up to $1 val
New Crepe Gowns In
white and fancy, spe
$2 Warner's Rust
Proof Corsets, spring
Money Savers for Saturday
Clark's O. N. T. Spool
Best Dress Prints,
j Hill - - - -
Best Colored Oil
Colgate's 25c Tal -I r
ouiii Powder, can.l D-
Money Savers for Saturday
ois Gloves, piv ..
'IT'S A GOOD THING TO
KNOW THE BUSINESS
END OF A MULE AND
THE MAN YOU BUV
Now Right Now
Is the time to save real money
on Men's Shoes, Men's Suits,
Hats and Furnishings.
Wc are sclllnn Shoes at from
20 to 50 per cent saving to you.
Men's Suits fully one-thin! off
the regular prices. Hats marked
down as low as $1. Our old
standard $3.00 Hats now $2.50.
Let us show you what wc are
iloln with honest merchandise
that cost honest money.
The Poor Man's Friend
.I-'ull Li no or Best Quality of
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Butter, Kfjgs, and in fact all that is required in an
On South Oontral
J ii addition lo Hie former low prices of tho shop,
which are still maintained and in several iuslances
have been reduced, you are now olTcred Hit! lionelU
of a free delivery and telephone service, (live me. a
call and no effort will he spared in nt tempting to
Watch the window for special Saturday prices.
JACK TYRRELL, Propr.
S. Central. y&&&2a&s .. Phono 27
The Importance of FRESH VEGETABLES and arc niaklnn every
effort to havo a liberal supply every day.
Phone Your Orders
Special On Bananas Saturday
MARSH & BENNETT
Second door east of First National Bank.
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