Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, November 19, 1915, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD. OK Ml OX. FRIDAY,
titM'l-MMil'I'l-IMM'ffH"'
TOCAL AND
PERSONAL
Frank P. Owoiii Prnl 0. I,iiiiro and
Col. J, P. Munriy of Med ford nro reg
istered At Hotel llenson, 1'ortlnnd.
Saturday, Special Aluminum sale,
Crater Lake Hdw. Co.
National prohibition rally at l'ngo,
Sunday, Nov. 21, at 3 p. in. 208
Tho Parent-Teachers' elrelo ot the
high bcIiooI will hold thoir annual
meotlnn at tho public library Prlday
ovenlnir, November 19, at 8 o'clock.
Prof. Mooro nnil Dr. KoHIiih will
speak on tho moral statim of tho
high school student. Musical numhnrs
will ho kIvoii by MImoh Vcnltsi Hamil
ton and Hess Bryan. All tho tenchorn
and patronn and friondn of tho flchoul
are cordially Invited to attond.
Special salo Saturday only nt tho
Mlday, cream chocolate a Itfic lb,
At tho public market Saturday,
country Rntmago ami pork In booth 4.
W. At. l'otrl. 207
An oldorly lady who roMlilim at
Soda Springs at tho upper end of thn
valley was among the callurB at the
Commercial club yesterday, aim re
lated to Secretary J.atta hnr oxpor
louco at rulaluK miuar beetH fifteen
years ago In her garden at tho home
place. Sho fed them to the cowb.
Tho latter wero eager for them and,
nn a. result, of that rich, xuceulent
feed, thoy gavo more and better milk,
Tho family alio made syrup of the
migar bcotn and regarded It an an ox
colleut article. They used no flavor
ing extract at all. Mapleluo wuhii'I
.among tho huiiMihoI-1 dullcnch then,
but It has bIiico been used to flavor
ougar beet syrup and found to make
It n palatablo article for geueral tahlo
use. It Is Raid to bo richer than
BUgar nyrup flavored with maplolno.
Auto for hire, l'hono 301. 208
Oood dry wood $1.G0 per ttor on
ground. It P. Montgomery, do 8.
Wverslilo. 221
J. W. Opp, tho mining man, who
rcflldcti on Went Klovcnth Btroet, thl
city and who owns tho Opp mine, a
mile and a half Koiitliwont of Jack
sonville, Is doing biiRlnoBH In this city
today, Mr. Opp In running ten utnmpH
ot his 20-Rtamp mill on full 21 hour
time and letting very gratifying re
nulls from nn apparently InoxhuiiBtl
bio Biipply of frco milling oro.
I'iohU ct earn rhocolateH at the Mid
way Saturday only, 2Cc lb.
J. O. Oorlclng, tno best all nraund
photogrnphor In Bouthorn Oregon.
Always rollahlo. Ncgatlvoa mado any
where tlnio or place. Studio 238
Main St. Phone 330-J.
Wntor Superintendent Olon Ani
plgor left for Kugcno thin morning
on bUBlneHB and Incidentally to wit
ness tho- football game tomorrow af
ternoon. Wo will he- glad to wrap any pack
ages for mailing free of charge. Mod
ford Hook Store.
Fresh roagtcd peanutr at Do Voo'n.
Do Voo buys boor hottfia.
Jack O'Noll, traveling paBdenger
agent for tho Union l'nalflc Hysteni,
Ih doing biifllnoBB In Medford today
Drs,.A. It. and Louis' fledges, chi
ropractic phyBlclonn, Stewart build
ing, 23G PaBt Main St.
Traveling I'uMUMgur Agent 11. P.
Mailing ot tho NorthweHtorn, I In the
ctty today on IiiibIdohh. '
Weston Gamcri Simp Tor first class
Kodak finishing and Kodak supplies.
nita plptM nt tint .Mhiay for only
15b.
Try a King 8pltz cigar and on
rourngo homo Industry.
Mrs. I'M Andrews or thin city has
accepted an Invitation from thu Ash
laud Clvlo Improvement cliih'H aux
iliary organization to ho prommt at
tho Intter'H regular somlou Saturday
nfturunon, nt which she will sing sev
eral popular uumberH.
Home mado taffv at Do Van's.
Nlco home-made candle at St.
Mark's (lulld Imxar Prlday and Sat
urday of this weak.
v Chief of I'olleo lllttvou will Iwivu
on Sunday for Oooinu t'onkoy and
Tom MoDonald, who lutvtt confowwl
that they stole W. II. l,ydlrd' Pord
auto and aro being held In Dim I.(m
AngoloH jail for extradition to this
atate. NotwItliHtsiidinK (bulr con
fotalon, however, the legal prorowi
was obtains! for their return to this
ootinty for proswutlon, the ntwtc,
therefore, paylny tho coat ot the ex
tradition. Thy will bo trll Ht tho
February term of circuit court at
Jacksonville.
Qhnaolato oroatMS, caramels, chips,
peanuts, etc., only 30c a lb, nt Do
Voo's.
Auk) fur litre. Phono SOI. 10$
It Is expuoted thttt tliH I'elirMttry
term of elicult court In this count),
as olsowhore lu the nut, will hav
n heavy dncktft, It holme the first
term after thn "dry statu" law goes
Into effect. Luwyoia aru antlelpat
Ing n busy sumIou.
Iori)'t forget to oritur futh. Its
frojth and fine at th Medford Plah
and Poultry Co.
Pontage utmnps nt rje Voo's,
Thu officers and chairmen of cacti
Parut-'lYHcner' tutorial lout aro i-
queatod to uitt hI the puhlle library
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock for
tho purtKwa of organUIng a council.
Hut to Palls Wood Yard, Phono 4S
or 228. Wood all kluda. !)
Uoublo 3. & II gfaflu trailing
stnmiM bIvbii oh all pm chaws Prlday
and Saturday ut Water tOT
Jr. aniL Mrs Qwlnu 8. Uutlar, of
AshUyid, tarried iu Medford awhlU
on tjmlr return houm from u bualUMs
jrJp to Jacksonville today.
fhen hotter insurance 1 sold
Holnioj Thj HiatJranco Man will sell
It- '
IlOglitlftil lujn of ourva4 mitl Il
luminated, ll0rgtfna ."ms CnU. with
nnvolonoa to match. S tha Uua at
tho Mudford Printing Co !
Junies K. flrleve and wife, proprle'-
tors of the Prospect hotel and store,
uro in Medford en route to the San
Francisco exposition.
InHuro your auto In tho Alllanco
ngnlnst theft, flrn. C. Y. Tengwnld.
County Clerk Gcorgo Gardner hns
roturnod rom Salem whero with As
sessor (Irl'iVii he nttteuded the state
hoard of nuuallzntlon meeting.
I"or wntch worx tnat satlsflrB,
Johnson tho Jowolor. 220
Delivery lu the city free. Out of
town by parcel post. Medford Hook
Store.
Thu U. Ii. Ollkoy rnnch lu the
IIHnolR valley has been sotd to Mr,
HohortH, a recent arrival from Idaho,
tho consideration being, It Is under
Htood, $10,000. This ranch com
prlseH 207 ncrcH and Ib situated be
tween Hi'lma anil Deer creek, and
Iiiih 100 acieH under cultivation, the
greater part of the balance being
cleared, Tho new owner proposes
to conduct n dairy and alfalfa ranch,
hut will add sugar beets as soon as
shipping facilities re provided.
Courier.
Duy Medford mado candy nt tho
Shasta.
If you try them, you will eat moro
pickled pigs feet, 10c a lb. at Pish
Market. 207
ThlevcR entered n Hiuall house on
tho premises of tho Trail Lumber
company In tho southwestern part of
the city laBt Tuesday and stole there
from a number of saws and other
tools for which tho local bIouIIir are
now looking. No clue Is roported as
to the Identity of tho thieves.
Saturday, ir- one quart nlumluum
(Hiuce pnns lfic, one to n customer,
Crater Lake Hdw, Co.
Probation Officer C. It. Ony 1b In
Cold Hill today Investigating a re
ported case ot destitution In thnt vi
cinity. Something now. Personal, engrnv
v Xiniis greeting enrds. Sco tho
lino at Medford Printing Co.
A. llrown of Snu Francisco Ih n
Medford visitor today.
See Dave Wood about that flro Insurance-
policy. Office Hall Trlbuno
Hide.
W. . Mftndoi nml Phil Flood of
Portland are doing busluesH In tho
Bouthorn Oregon metropolis today.
Hot Tamnles nt thn BhaBta.
Mr. i.nd Mrs. !;. W. Cross of Los
AnKolos aro visitors In Medford toda,
(1 (,. Camp, of Midland, .Michigan,
Is loot. lug about our city and vicinity
tod.u. a much Interested newcomer
Hnllod ham and nacnn at DoVoo's
Smoke n King Spitz cigar, Cc.
They aro homo-made,
A number of local football fans left
this morning for Kugcno on the K 20
train. A considerable number, lu ad
dltlon to thno named Inst evening,
will go tonlKht with the party con
ducted by A. H. lloHonhnum.
Mrs. Florence Sponror, recently
from the oast, has opened dross mak
ing purlers at 3t! North Central.
208
Friends and neighbors of a needy
family lu the vicinity of Cold Hill
are apeualliig to charitable people of
this ctty to help them by the contri
bution of clothes such as shoes, stock
lugs, underwear, and other nppnrel
suitable for children from t to 12
ttir old. Such assistance will he
lirHtotully received by Charles Ca,
who resides at 17 Newtown stieet,
himI who will sen that thu faitiU) lu
question rocelves the doth prompt
ly. llargalu In Nines Delia at St.
Mark's (lulld Uusar Friday and Sat-
ut'iluv nf thtfl un.ilr
Ham A ad arson left a sushi- hoet
at the Cumiuarolnl olub today that
weigh sixteen pounds,
1) Voe delivers the Orogonlan to
Mm ever day for 75e a month.
Peter Jacolmuu. while pruning In
an orchard near Talent this morning,
fell fioiu a ladder and brokw two
rllia.
Try oud ot tuuao big loo cold 6 cent
milkshakes at Do Veo'a.
Mrs it ckurs. whii has botMi U
Itlng frleutW iu this ltj fur it mouth,
will Uav for Latkhw tomorrow.
stopping for a day lu Ashland
Six members of the Medford hlghi t!eo. Ingram of Pctaluma, u poiil-l
school football team, desiring to see tr man of much experience, Is looking
the Oregon-Aggies game at Kugene
Saturday, and without the necessary
wherewithal for railroad fare, decid
ed to beat their way north Their
street clothes were sent forward by
morn lucky ncqualntnnroa its haggnge
and the hoys garbed In old clothes,
liourdod the blind baggage on train
IU Thursday evening, other members
of tho teum l)oln down to see them
off. How far they got before ejection
Is still u mutter or doubt, hut they
hope to reach Kugene by Saturday
noon.
Mrs, Loach, Ahdo-Support and
Harcley Htirglcnl corset, at 320 N.
Ilartlett.
Hear Hobson at lle Page, Sunday,
Nov. 21, nt 3 p. in. SOS
Hprague Helgei, .tack Merrill and
Karl Tiiluy were among those leaving
Friday f or Tflugene.
Ilutterniit bread at Do Voo'r.
Senator Von der Hellon of Wellon
left Filduy for the Kugene game.
Olympla and SoalRhlpt Oysters at
Medford Fish and Poultry Co.
A. P. llapp. route agent Tor Wells
Fnrgo & Co., did business In Medford
yosterdny, returning to Oakland, this
state, today. Ho visited Jacksonville
while on his regular out of business.
Tho volume of business done by Wells
Fnrgo & Co., In this city, continues
to Increase, notwithstanding the pes.
nlmlst's proneness to talk about hard
times.
Liggett & Myers premium depot nt
tho Medford Cigar Store. 211
L. 11. Davis of Portland Is doing
business In this city today.
Mngarlne sulisailptlons nt the Med
ford Cigar store. Lowest rales. 211
Special low priced on all pipes ut
the Medford Cigar Store. 211
II. L. Prnthor of DCs Moines, In.,
lu shaking hnnds with former lowans
todny, whllo ont a tour of the const,
liavmp enjoyed n week nt tho San
Francisco fair. Mr. Prathcr is much
lmprcfsed with tho possibilities of
this vnlloy, Judged by what has al
ready been accomplished, and will he
glad to find opportunity to come
again In the slimmer time nnd enjoy
a sight-seeing trip among tho nat
ural wonders of Southern Oregon,
You enn now got fresh pickled plgR
feet for 10c n pound nt the Pish
Market. 207
Payno Albright of Wlnnomuccn,
I Nevndti, Is visiting In Medford and
vicinity this week among relatives
nnd friends.
"Gots-Ii" for Corns.
SURE as Sunrise !
Any Corn, With "QeU-It" on It, loan
Absolute "Gonorl"
Tea, It'H tho simplest thlnir In the
world to get rid of u corn, -whon you
uno "CIMh It,' I ho world's greatest
enrn-riililcr It. ally, It's nlmoit a
plciisuru to ha coma Just to boo
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"Mi-U" 1'uU Yuur lVet In Ciotrr.
tbcm como off with "Oc.It." It luit
luui in tlio corn from tlio truo lUu.
fSJiiy, nml then nmkro It como 'Vlum
oir." fi Iinurs end coral lor U .
It nmUi'H ttio ue ot titio, coru- qui
Ins Uiiutascs. trrttuttmr Mitwd. Lnivc.
BoHsorn. unit nuora r lly Iih it rdktiiotw.
Ciul rid nf tUotrt coiiii ui'li-' u, B'n'lr,
iiulnlcsHly.- tui.t i miiv it, "uciij
It." for w. r a mid Imalou , too. U'i
the Dili orutury way.
"Clcts-tt" la soul l nit dru 'Klsts,
Kr a ! ttt. v nt dUt'U Uy U. ,
lMwren'n,v o ,t'Mi;m;o.
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Warner, Wortman
Sl Gore
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uth Tt nassii'V.
Irrtaiitvd
To imrchsiw
raMca. prttfr local ion iu district
north and iwat o( Mmlfttnl; dac
must 1 Irrigated or nndur itropos
ed axtvHiiuH of Irrigation ditch:
prir must tw raiHaido; gtr
prlttt and l4t taritts, sian stantioM,
towMhty aaMl rawgu Ih KHilyltig.
AdirM P. U. ltox T, Mwlfont.
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Leavo your order oarly for
your Tlmnksgiving Turkey.
Slmultlcr Pt)i'k, 11. 10c
Snlnin rfionk, ll. 18c
h'miiid Kh'iik, lb. 17c
Chufl; StPttlv, Hi. 15c
Kerf WiMi(, Hi. 15c and 14c
Hwf Bull, Ik . 10c nnd 18c
W10NK70I
over Itoguo river valle this week
with a view to finding a sultnble lo
cation hero nt figures which he can
afford to pay. Ho will probably ar
range for the removal of his pens of
utility poultry -to this valley some
time in February, should ho con
cludo to make the change this year.
Vuletlne Moeld of SaeramHnto tar
ried a day or fio In Mcdfoid and vi
cinity on his way to North Vnklmn,
Washington, nnd what he saw here
In the way of business opportunity
may cause him to ehatiKe his mind
about locating In tho Central Wash
ington town.
110 acres lltitto Creek bottom, all
under Irrigation at n cost of ten cents
an Inch. Will grow all grains, al
falfa, clover, onions, celery, sugar
hects; one fourth mile to depot. This
Is a proposition that will Interest you
If you want something good at almost
tho cost of water. 'Prom tho owner
to yoti. Ilox 111. Kagle Point.
Andrew llendoraon, who Is Inter
ested lu the dairy business nt Tilla
mook, this state, has been touring
tho valley for a week. Investigating
conditions hern In that line of bus
iness. Ho will go to Khnsta vnlley,
California, tonight. '
Order your turkey early for
Thanksgiving. II. K. Pierce, Medford
Hook Store. 211
NOVliiMT.HK 10. lOia -rr-z r" '
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niiMAiiti nnrn oninurn HO! ITIMO ,U AL VAAAMM
k viirau uiLKN .w r r in i imLLLumsrmuLu
CABINET CRISIS ON WEST FRONT GOLD MEDAL FOR
i. : -- ' ' , lllDimiB OP CIPTIdM
FORD TO ASK WILSON
FOR PEACE CONFERENCE
' 'l)KTR()IT,'Xin'.'(lfj..-1l,.iry Ford,
niitomohile 'niAituMi'tiirei. uuntiunei-il
tiiiln.v that he will go to Viihiuglou
uioii to di'iis villi President WiNoti
the plnn tn hnvi- the I nited States
,'oin :i coiiteioiii'c of neutral nations
for the imrpn' of lintigiiif. nlioiit
pence in Kurope
With Medford trade is Medford made.
HO.AIC, N'nv. 111. A nuehnteit (Hi
linteli t the (liorniile D'ltalin inv:
"On ni't'omit nl' ilis-en'.ions which
are IiolOiimIdk tn nrie in the liln-ntl
put ty of Ku-uiiiiiii nnd the unyielding
opjHwition of Take JoncHeu. former
minister of the Jnteiior, nnd M. Mlip
esi'o, fourier minister nf win', I'refriicr
lifitinno IniM dctmed it neetwnrv t
Hiinlmon before Kliif Ferdinniiil cor
Inin "cimtoih, ili put leu nnd otliers
ninoiiK the nin.t impoitnnt persoimli
tios of the party. To llit-M' ivr'-oii'
emifidentinl "tnlementH iMneehiim:
Hie Uiimutiiun policy nre Imijii given.
"The (iu"-tii)ii of UuiiMinian neu
trality seems uhout to enter it decis
ive phnie. The rnptditv with wliieli
events nre moving iu Serluu is hast -ciniijr
a decision in this regurtl, pnr
ticulnrly ns both Ittissui nnd Austria
lire eoiKcnlrnlinj,' tioops iienr the
northern boumhuv of Uiiinaitiu."
NEGROES LOSE CASE
WASHINGTON', N'ov. 19, -The dis
trict Btipremn court toduy dismissed
uii action brought by I,. M. Johnson
of Loiilslann, and other negroes
against the government to recover
more than $00,0011,000 which they
alleged was duo to their ancestors as
slaves for involuntary servitude lu
connection with federal handling of
cotton during tho civil war. Tho
action was brought against Secretary
McAddo.
PARIS, Nov. 10. There has been
spirited fighting In Alsace, accom
panied, by throw :ng or band gronados,
according to the announcement given
out this afternoon by the French war
office.
Fight German aviators flying over
r.OSTON. Nov. 1'.'. tti'liaui Dwi'i
Howe's ot Ni u i'i' tdi' mm
iiw.inlcd the tri'M iiieihi! l- ll'e Nil
tiomil ln-titnle i.f Art- nnd Letters,
i'nr distinguished wmk in I he writ ill"
wns
i ........m.. .....r.. ,.Mrciin,t hi. I'mncli .if Heliiin. All, llowells wns imr
airmen. Five of them wero driven present, hut n letter from Iiiih wp
uwny, biit the others succeeded In , rend by Itiple.v llitelieoeK. s,..reini
throwing down severnl bombs. Three
persons were wounded.
Tho text of the communication fol fel fol
eows: "In Alsace on tho plateau of Uff
holz and ut Hnrtmiinn'H-Welllcrkoif
there has been steady spirited ar
tillery fighting.
"Fight Cormnn aviators endeavor
ed yesterday to fly over Lunevllle.
"French airmen went up In pursuit
and five of the Germuns wero dofluct
ed from their objective. The remain
ing three threw down n number of
bombs on the town. Theso missiles
wounded three persons. Tho mnterlnl
damage inflicted was unimportant "
of the institute eires-dnj: Ilia appro-
einlion. A ineil.il is annually uwuril
(.'. for d'slinirtiisrh'd service to art- in
letter, iillhoiHtli it i" ripiiliUd llm;
the iveipient need not nctvn.tril.v he
ii member of the oivinizatioii.
New members elected hy the insti
lute were ninouneed (is foMowv
I'lmrlcs It. Miller, llilui R'nd,
Hours 0-honi Tnlor. Robert I. Ait
ken, .limies Km I Frnsci. Merlriim t?
floodliiic. Ureck Trcwhriiltxe nil L"
Now Yoik Finest Krotyer, St. Louis;
Aitie Oldhii", Kii-ttiii. 111.: (1. uilicl
llr.iilford, l'llerv Sed-i wiel. mid
Rail' Ad tins ( Mini of llo-'im
TALIANSSTILLHGHTING
10 CAPTURE
HO.MK, Nov, IS Continuation of
thn despcrnto and long continued
struggle for f'orltzla Is recounted 'i
mi official statement Issued today
nt the headquarters ot thu Italian
general staff.
liaBAlKk. xa mMJSi
HARLAN, VA In. CORTLEY, V,i In.
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THANKSGIVING SALEf
olDresseSy Tailored Suits, Coats, Millinery, Skirts, Shirt Waists and ;
Furs., Many things to be thankful for, especially thankful that you f
can buy such up-to-date merchandise at such big reductions just
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Thanksgiving
Sale of
Evening
Dresses
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not
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Xow Kvoniiitf Drosses
that liavo only boon in
fh'o shop throo wooks, in
ohit't'ons, nets, oliilTon
oombinations,
voiw spooial
prioosS 12.85, Jj13.05,
$14.95 and $19.85.
Street and Afternoon Dresses
At Thanksgiving Salo Prices
IMany hamlspino now models to chooso from. Xono
of those have boon hero over throe weeks, in taffeta
and velvet combinations, niossalino and velvet com
binations, serge and plaid or Roman stripe combina
tions, serge and niossalino combination or charmouse
and (leorgetto combinations, all very spoeially priced
at ?i:-!.!)5. 91G.95, ?19.S5 and $22.S5."
New Blouses
Millinery Sale
ONE - HALF PRICE
Your unrestricted
choice of onr entire
line of Trimmed ami
XJntriminod Hats,
niittiy beautiful Pat
tern Jinks, ns well as
hats from onr own
workroom to choose
from.
S".;)r Hats now
$7.f)0 Hats now
.() Hats now
$1").00 Hats now .. .
L9S Flit rimmed Shtipes
H'JJ.flS I'nt rimmed Shapes
$5.00 lTnt rimmed Shapes
.S2.98
,p.75
Ji.75
$7.50
S?l.i!)
$1.99
$2.50
Tailored Suits and Coats
At Thanksgiving Sale Prices
Every Tailored Suit and Coat in stock verv much 111-
derpriced.
One lull rack ot Coats SS.95
Those aro not all this season's conrs, but excellent
styles and colors and much belter than von bin in a
regular way; some of theso an- full satin lined
throughout and Stylocral't garments, real values to
15.00, stile
$8.95
Hy far the greatest line of Blouses wo hao ever
shown. The very latest tho market affords iu (oor
gotto and laffetn combinations, crepe io eliinoi and
tub silks; a pleasure to show you such a line of waists
and so reasonably priced, at $2.9S, $:J.9S, $4.J5.
$5.45, $5.9S and $7-15.
r-r J? r -z GOTHAM GOLD
zTlOSe Of JjMXltG stripe hose
9fako'lnxita Syntactic Sik uy (?(thain Hold
I lose'of r.uito are nuui spun silk, have n Stripe Hose, these
v,,,-,.,,.,, ,,a,U, riM .op, . bla-k and lllXt
white ....
Others spcciallv priced at $11.95. S12.S5, $1G.S5
$1M.G5 S27. 15.
.Alorc New Tailored Suits added to the line; theso
came to us as samples, which enables us to put them
--bu, $-l.(5 ami b2i.15.
THE NEW CHARACTER DOLLS
You must see this now line of Hutch Dolls. Indian
Dolls with thoir pappooses. Princess Seattle is much
admired, also cowboy and cowgirl dolls, habv dolls,
etc.: a jjivat aggregation of new dolls, 29c, 59c nn
to $7.50. l
DRESS SKIRTS
At Thnnksgivinir
prices. ISverv
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The Daylight Store
50c white and colors..$l $6.95 and $8.95.
JACK TAR
MIDDIES
in sorgo and flannel,
skirt in stock bears a (JuIs'.Middv Di-osses
special ticket, priced in (bthitoi nnd sr.mm
at 2.98, $3.98,85.98, at $1.98, $2.49, $2798
and $5.00.
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