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Stars Guiding Their Love
Agents for Ladies' Home Journal Patterns, Gossard, Nemo and Bon-Ton Corsets,
Wayne Knit Hosiery
THE MAY CO.
Navy 48 Inch
wcflpyoftp wxro Tftrftum MErworcr) ot?eoon, Wednesday, jafust? m im.
HOUSTON', To, Aujr. IS, via
Temple nml telephone to Dallas, Aug.
38. Tho Houston Chronicle inl
1lio following interview with .1. lJ.
Montgomery, n Ummtnn eorrospond
cnl or tho (Inhesion New, who got
u far us Virginia point, the northern
end of tho causeway Wednesday, nml
Mewed tliu wrecked pit y of Oalvoton.
"I inn confident the number of
1iii1 in (Inlvcslon is Inrue. 1 could
J)o sen mi elevator on the port wide
of llp city mid my opinion that
the number of huildhig do.-dio.vcd
will rim into the llioniiniK
"I believe (lie propeity Ios will he
pi enter than in 1000."
.Mr. Montgomery Urilii'il condi
tion nlonjr the l'niiric niniilnr to
thoe that olitiiincd in the 11100 storm
"Wc saw llioiiMintlt of dead nni
hiiiIh nlnng the way," he mhl.
He miid Iho buildings at Foil
frickelt Hccini'd iiiidiinuigcd. Ho
could recognire omo of the tail
buildings in, (he city xvilli which he
wn familiar, htit was most impresscl
villi 'the trinity or the situation h
the absence ol' the .'rain elevators.
1M11I,AI)I:U'III., Auir. .18. Ite
ennsc they hcliee railroads in the
fonlhwostcrn states are demanding
cco.sMvn rales for the transporta
tion of tho Liberty Hell for parts of
its homeward journey, members of
the eoininilteo having the trip in
charge will meet nc.t Monday pre
pared to revixo the itinerary whit'h
has been tentatively agreed upon.
Although the return journey i
3 100 miles shorter than the northern
route taken on tho outward tiip, the
transportation charge nro inuuli
higher and it is declared that several
or the proposed tddo dtps may be
iinauiioneil. For instance, it is
)iointcd out by members of the com
mittee that tho rate of $8 u mile is
demanded for tho ,'l."i miles between
Maricopa, Ariz., and Phoenix, while
the rale for tho 148 mile belwepn
Cleveland, OhOio and Pittsburgh i-
onlv ..CJS, a traction over Y---S a
NEW FALL GARMENTS ARRIVING DAILY
Some 2" or .'10 ot the-o Waists in the popular
sir.es, low V neck mul both lone; mid liort
sleeves, sold regularly up t i?fl. j0 (fl 1 fj C
All the mont worn p'uui iidois, Mich .is n.ivv,
bhuk, brown, white and several pastel
shades, a cloth 10 niches wide, sold QQr
regularly up to if 2.00 u vaid, now yOL ,
Come in Hcliriim blue, gold, Kelly green, wat
ermelon pink and tan, the popular trnmicnt of
the dav, two styles to choose JI?iC C?A
from ' )U.)
Miss Ktlim C. Wyiimn, "star fiancee,' am Perry II. "Puvs" llnllitltcr,
proinlnciit cluli man.
LOS AXGMM3S, Cnl., Aug. 17.
Cnn tho stars direct tho dostlnlos of a
twontloth contury man and maid?
Miss Kdnn Carolluo Wymun of Cnn
ton, III., and Perry Harold Hnlhrltor,
Los AiikoIob business and oluh man,
(1 aided by tho Btars on which tholr
engagement and fleeting, long, dls
tanco meetings havo been gungod,
theso two young icoplo propose to
mnrry October 27 or 28.
Tho oxnet dnto has been loft opon
so that Miss Wyman, talontod young
society girl, may rostort to a horo
scope and discover which may bo the
best for their future dostlnlos.
It was while the stars vvero bright
est last September, and Miss Wyman
was visiting In I.os Angolos that sbo
and "Puss," as ho Is familiarly called
discovered the moon was playing a
lly the aid of the friendly lumin
ary, Mara was sought out and found
to bo In uiiiiHiinl splendor.
Thon Miss Wyman, who Is some
thing of an nstroloner, told Mr. Hal
brlter a lot of tlilngfi about MarH,
cicdlted as tho wealthiest as well as
one of tho most lovnblo stars. 'Nough
Miss Wytnnn returned to her Illi
nois homo. Tho stars pointed to three
soparato and distinct, though brlof
trips eoBl. Mr. Halbrltor toolt them,
each terminating, by direction of tho
stars, ho maintains, at tho rosldonco
of Miss Wyman.
"Puss" has Just returned from his
third tilp. A final consultation of
tho horoscope boforo leaving his fl
nancoo, loads him to believe that tho
noxt host tlmo for an eastorn trip
will bo In Octobor.
Miss Wyman and "Puss" nro so
well satisfied with tho story of tho
stars that they proposo to mnho tho
noroscopo tnelr ornclo on all occa
sions, after they nro wedded, when
matter of moment nro to bo decided.
Associated with the
Jliss Taylor, who has vecenlly arrived
from Noith Yukinui, Wash., but fornicily
from the ejist, will conduct the .Millinery
Dcpailuiuut in this stoic.
Mist Kiikw'ood who Iiiib ticen nnKoeiatcd
with some ot the largest mid best known
millinery cstnhliidiuicuts. of the west, niid
comes here from I'orthiiid, will be in cduir:1
of Hie trimming in Hie Millinery Depart
ment. Miss Or-oii, who wn in the employe of
this store, n few years npo, arrived re
cently from the uotth to tnke u position
with the new concern.
)usters Worth to $6.00
A (deaii-up on these Oiirmcut, hence (hi low
puce. We don't want to carry Ihtin over to
next ea-ou, some me dimmed, others QC
uie plain, nil -ie- SJj
We have ju-t received n shipment of those
famous Pendleton Indian Holies in the newest
patterns, nothing nicer for the houo or unto
use. AUo lit lli Holies for men or women.
The combination Crepe De Chine and Silk La 'o
Wai-ts, both flash or while, it ti extremely dressy
Wuisls for summer wear, all sios (JU'l 7 C
ut .. . , $0,J D
Chocliet Thread, all sios, sell . 10c
NVw Full Dress goods ... . 50c to $1.95
Hlack Fibre Silk Hose, pell .. . . 25c
lion Ton nml Koyal Worcester Coiscl.
N'ew puiituii mid Quaker Collars.
N'iiigara Silk Umlervvcar, whjto and flesh,
luitiiil llitlidkeieliiefs, rcII. .. 5c
Hungnlow mid .Middy Aprons . 25c to G9c
Silk Fibre Sweaters, all colors . $6.50
Pendleton Indian Holies nml Hath Hobox
WAISTS AT 89c, $1.25 AND $1.98.
Never before have we been able to offer such
value- in these "right up to the minute" blouses,
ONE LOT OF CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS
FLESH OR WHITE $1.98.
In black only, nil sizes, sciiiiiIcsh Iiosc
Fibre Silk Hoot, Lisle Top, wenrs belter
than Ihe cheaper quality silk, at O C
per niiir ... JmdUKj
APRONS 25c, 39c, 49c, 69c
Hungnlow mid Middy Aprons in both light
and dark pattcrsn, made of good tpiality
Percale and Gingham, several styles, all
THREE SEWING MACHINES
Two standard makes, marked to $15.00
One cabinet, .f(IIU)l) machine $25.00
UNDERMUSLINS AT 69c, 89c, 98c.
The gnrmenta that nro most worn today, Crepo
Do Chine Corset Covers, Knvclope Chemise mid
Combinations, (lurments that you have paid
twice this sale price.
MORGAN'S POINT, Texas, Aug. 18
ICIght men nro reported dend near
this point. They wero drowned
wlillo flshliiK. Reports roacbed hero
from an authentic sourco that the
bodies of a woman, a baby and a
sailor had been beached near Sylvan
beach. They weio unidentified mid
apparently floated from some plnco
In the bay.
WILLIAM FARNUM IN
"THE NIGGER," AT THE PAGE
PREPARE TO SEND COAST PIONEER
RELIEF TO STORM
Al'STIN, Tejis, Aug. 1S. IIkmh
failed to oblum anv dire -t uiionn.i-
tion from (lalveston on the Mtuntni
theie, (loveinor Keivuson toibiv pre-
imrcd to leave lor lltnMoii. lie i
deteiiuiucd that the stnto shall ten
der all assistance e: do to (iitlves
ton should the ncrimimio of the it
Cidnnel .J. A. McCiilmout, assist
mil udjiituiit Kemuiil, and l)r. A. K.
Liuceeiiin, nsaislaut henltli iflicei
left Austin loduy for HuiihIoii and
friim thero will make tn ft'iit to
i each (la I vest on. If aunts! unco is
needed, tout and oilier etpiipmeut
will be dcmlehed nt once to (lalves
ton. llniisloii k about 20 luilei. fnuii
the coiiht of (lulveittou buy and it is
proualile that the bodies were found
near La lWlo, nt the month of the
llou-ton -lup dunlin I.
TO EAST MARTS
The Rogue River Fruit & Produce
iistocintiou shipped hmr carloads of
Haitlett pears todav. The fruit is
dc-tined to enstern muikct: where it
is expected $ l.'J.I per box f. o. b. .Mod
ford will be secured. The pears are
lroin several orchards of the valle.v.
Hut a small poitiou are from irri
The fruit is. of iinusunlly- fine
quality and in said to surpass miy
shipped from California or Wash
ington thin fccnson.
Portland woolen mills planfl to In
crease Its force 20 per cent In antici
pation of largo orders.
PORTLAND. Ore., ug is - Chns.
A. Allskj, ono of Portland's early
capitalists, now of Sacramento, Cnl.,
illed hero Inst night. He was takon
HI on the train coming up from San
Prnuoliuo. Ills mlsolon to the north
vvni to look nftor tho reconstruction
ol his recently burned building.
Mr. Allsky niado his fortune In
thtt enndy bind now although much of
U went Into koIiI ml mm, uovor to
eomu out again. Ho bnoked two of tho
first men to discover gold In Alaska.
At one tlmo ho made a rich st,rlko
In the Senoni district after going to
Sun Kranclnoo, from New York in
1X02, but a flood washed his fortune
awuy. lie fell back In tho candy
busluoM, hut coutinuod to dolvo In
sold mining In Alaska. Knrly In the
nlmttloi he moved to Hacrnnieuto,
where as a monument to music, tho
art he loved, ho built a magnificent
He wh horn In 10-10 at I'rnnkfurt-on-the-Malu,
Uorninny, Ills father
was a momlior of the Hollglau com
iiiIhsIou which projocted a cunul
across the Isthmus of Panama. He
came to America In'ISoD.
Many Kinds of Rheumatism
One Sure Mode of Treatment
Authorities Say Don't Use Liniments. Treat
It Through the Blood. You Can't Rub It Out!
BY GENE STRATT0N PORTER, AUTHOR OF "FRECKLES,"
"GIRL OF THE LIMQERLOST," ETC.
Medford Book Store
Whether your 'trouble is Sciatica,
Lumbago or the dreaded Articular
Rhcumutlsm, the answer In the same.
Vou must treat It through the blood.
That Is the only way to rill tho ays
teui of uric ucld, purify the blood anil
revitalize the nerves. If the blued U
freed from Impurities, Rheumatism
must go. This lu short is the eiact
knowledge gulned by the research lab
oratories of the S. S. S. Co., lu Atlan
ta. There tests have been inado for
fifty years. They know what Rheu
nmtlsui Is. They know that S. S. S.,
the reuiurkublo blood toulc, which
they originated, will relieve you of
Rheumatism. Take S. S. S. today.
The completo recovery of thousands
of sufferers by the uso of S. S. S. Is
positive proof that you can be re
lieved. S. S. S. Is a blood tonic
a puilflcr that restores the blood,
rcvltullos it, cleanses It, makes It ,
pure as it was ucroro u hecumii
poisoned with Impurities. S. S. S.
kIvch It Htrength to drive out these
Impurities the uric ucld and orgmilu
poison uud with It the Rheumatism.
(Set S. S. S. ut your druggist's. If
you need special advice, write to S. S.
S. Co., Atluntu, Oa.
"Tho NigKor." an exceptionally
powerful drama with "William Fnr
nuiii, (he luo.OOu star and Ameri
ca's popular actor, Is to be tho fea
ture at the Pane Wednesday and
Thurada), August IS and 19. TUU
spectacular feature was staged in Au
gusta, Oa., and deals uhmwiwowIb
Ingly with a theme that has ungated
coiiHttee ttieuaH48 In bitter eontro
vcr. stnse lw flwt ahowlM in the
Century Theater In New Yrk It baa
aroused a country w ule dm unrten.
The music is a spedal fkature with
1ARIS, Aug. lh. A Il.tv.i- de
patch lroiifcZoin-h .-.ivs Hint tin- bn-
-i ii-jMiri rrguniing ciioicnt in.nu h
the Aiitro-lliiIIiigMriau iiuin-iir ii
interior sUtoa that the diMttse -spriadjiir
in that knuidom. Six hun
dred and 70 new ! Ii n, wi-u -ficially
rrMrted, the ihhi.iiU in
With Medford Trade Is Medford .Made
Recommends Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera anil Diarrhoea Remedy
"I never he.itate to ivcomuiend
Pbuiolwrlain'ti Oolis Cholera and
DiarrhoM Remedv," wrii Kol Wil
liaum, mercfaant, .!.., Tenn. "1
tell more of it tlutn of any ether pre
paratMMi" of b'.i ,,, .hi I have
uel It mv-li ain1 i ,1 ii . i , inn
nii.it- ri 'm i il .in ii. 1 1 i . i l-i 1 , , .
ever tried for the aute puriMtM."
Obtuiuable tuij where,
SPECIAL TO WOMEN
Tho most economical, cloanslng am
germicidal of all antiseptics Is
A soluble Antiseptic Powder to
be dissolved in water as needed.
As a medicinal antlsoptlo for douchos
In treating catarrh, inflammation or
ulceration ot noso, throat, and that
oaused by femlnlnu lllslthnannnnnal.
Vox ten years tho Lydla E. PJnkhatn
Medicine Co. has rocommontled Paxtlno
In their private correspondence with
women, wbJeh provoa its auporiorlty.
Women who have boen oured say
It la "worth 1U weight in gold." At
tlruKtdau. 60a large hot. or by mail.
The Piixtou Toilet Co., notion. Mu4
Gold Seal Butter
'The Purest and Best by Every Test"
Output first week 100 pounds a day.
Output end first month, 200 pounds a day.
Output Auyust 13, (one day) 700 pounds.
THERE MUST BE A REASON
Insist on your Grocer (livimj you GOLD SEAL
BUTTER and take no other.
Jackson County Creamery
We cavo you 1 0c a pound on coffee and tea. Guaranteed to please
or money refunded.
Regular i."ic Model Coffee, 3Bc lb, ,1 pounds for . . $1 00
Regular 40c ' ML"" C'orfee. 30o lb , 3 lbs for KB
ReKiilar 3T.c ' Kuiplre" C'offeo 25c lb., 3 lbs 70
Regular 40c "M & J Ulend" Coffee 30c, 3 lbs for .85
RcKiilar liOc .lapnn Pan Krled" lllaclt Tea per lb GO
Regular iiJOc ".Inpuii Hun-Cured" Oroen Tea, per lb ... ,C0
"Spider I.eg" (ireen or llluck Tea, per lb ........ .45
We give 8. fell, rireon Trndlng Stamps
SUCCESS IN BUSINESS
IIKPKXDS I.ARf.'RI.V UPO.V PRKI'AltATION
Preparation ot tho Right Kind May be Had at tho '
Medford Commercial College
"Tiiii: school of rust rksults"
Day and Night School now In session at 31, K. Qrapo Street, Medford, Or.
At 3:00 A. M. Every Morning
None Better Bread
Wrapped in a clean white sanitary wrap per
At your grocer