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ALISUQUEKOUE EVENING CITIZEN
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 190$.
THE tVLMNG CITIZEN
rMUh Pally Weekly ky
Tbe Citizen Publishing Company
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Mil m ronj tl mtttar.
Official Paper of Bernalillo Coanly
ltd City of Albuquerque.
ImcliM frmt nroi Dlipitclm.
Urprt City nd County ClrtalltiM.
TIM Llrml Nrw Mnict ClrcullHoa.
llrrtt NarPitnt Arlront Clrciilitltm.
TEHMI OF SUBSCRIPTION:
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IUIr kr bhUL ht imith i..... -M
Wackl? W Mil. am yw 100
by Carrier, 60c per month
Tn I'iiiim CrrrzitH will h dlTmd In the
Kr at taw law rata of tu rnt pt weak, or for '
Br awMth, when raid monthly.
tinrUilog Bites Mid Known on Application
win aanfer faror by imttfrtnt oa
mtrtt eai any non-delirery of tha paper.
al Utteia anal ramittaneea aaould ba addinaij to
Tn Omaaat PuauaHiMO ConritNi. Draft,
akaaka. aoatofftea and aiptaa money ordera
ajraat ba aaada payable la tbe ardar of the
Automatic 183 Colorado 1 5
GOOD STORY ON ACTOR WAKDE
A Rood story is told of Frederick
"Warde, who will appear at Elks'
Opera House on Friday nlgut, De
Some twenty years ago, when Mr.
Warde was supporting Mr. Booth as
leading man, he happened, on one oc
casion, in Nashville, Tenn., to be
playing "Leartes" to Mr. Booth's
"Hamlet." . The following morning,
Mr. Warle. accompanied by his wife,
was seated at the breakfast table in
tbe hotel. A lady, who was sitting
opposite, evidently a resident of the
lty, wa interrupted at iier breakfast
hj a gentleman, who came in and ask
ed her If she bad vl.sited the theater
the previous evening and seen Mr.
Itooth in "Hamlet." The lady stated
that she had not, as her little child
was 111, hut that her husband, Mr.
. had gone, and "Oh," she said,
"iie came home and raved about the
performance. He said that Air. Booth
jvaa simply marvelous, but that his
support was vile, particularly the man
who played 'Leartes.' And Just to
think, I am going to the theater to
morrow night, and this man is to
lilay 'Othello' to Mr. Booth's 'Iago,'
and goodness only knows what he will
1o to that part." Of course, by this
time, Vt Warde, as a devoted wife,
was nervously clutching the cutlery.
Mr. Warde, however, managed to re
strain Tier natural ire, and no lives
were lost. The lady In question still
resides in Nashville and is now a
great admirer of Mr. Warde, and up
to this time h.is never discovered
that the same Mr. Warde sat oppo
site her nt that breakfast table.
"HAPPY HOOLIGAN IN NEW YORK
The leading female role in "Hoolt
Kan In New York1 is a blind girl who
earns a living selling flowers In the
Btreets of t tip great city. A supposed
friend of her father's has possession
of property that rightfully lelongs To
her, and fearing that she may event
ually secure It lie plots to murder her
tier and thu3 make himself secure.
She Is rescued by "Hooligan" and the
villain is finally brought to justice.
The character Is a sympathetic one.
and Miss Maude Rurnham, who will
lie seen in It at Elks' Opera House.
December 25. is said to be the ideal.
It Is a peculiar fact that during the
nix years Miss Burnham has been in
the theatrical profession she lias
V layed no less than six blind girls, in
"The Two Orplnns." a "Brother for
Itrother." 'Tinier the City Ijimps,"
"The Minister's Daughter," -'Young
Mrs. Witittir.il." and ' Hooligan in
New York " She regards her present
role as the best of them all, and re-
rusea a similar part in a new pro
duction which iiniises to remain the
ntire seas n on Broadway, to con
tinue wiili 11 luiltan in New York.'.
FAKYLAND OF TOYS
SUCH IS D. H. BOATRIGHT'S
STOR ELEGANT STOCK OF
When Rmi'a Hans slopped the other
lv at T). II. Botitright's Hi re at 204
'.old avenue and 23 Smith Second
sired, lie cwtainelv ha.i a- inot elab
orate stock of Christmas present. toiou eat gives the stomach a rest
IF wc, can get competent men, we
will by good team work build up
the circulation of The Saturday
Evening Post to unheard-of figures.
It is now three-quarters ot a million
copies weekly, so me thing never
before attained by a weekly maga
zine. We want one good man in
this town to organize a selling force
and push it thoroughly and sys
tematically. THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY
.i."i'.I t 'b. rrv Sire. I.
MINERS' CONVENTION AT SOMNABULIST DID THINGS
PHOENIX DECEMBER 28 .WHILE HE WAS ASLEEP
ALL BRANChIEs OF ARIZONA'S WILL HAVE A CHANCE .TO .WAKE
GREAT INDUSTRY WILL BE ?U"'N "D"T" N
i nir rnum rnutniA t j m m n i -
REPRESENTED ' AT CONVENTION.
Arizona miners will meet in con- n,a" r,""ilh ? wf '
ventlon at Phoenix, December 28. As '"'U s court. Phoenix, for being drunk
stated in the original call for the 8,1,1 "l"'Ierly. He said he bad in
gathering, the delegates will Include manner got m splaced in the
men representing every branch of . "hume when the Norrls & Rowe show
the mining industry. The miner, who; uiHlianded for the season recently and
does the actual work below the! J1 0 Si,",a -'" " flrirt'' ",t0
eround: the nrosnector: the mine ! 1 J'oenix ami some one gave him a
' ... , p (i .1 ,. r ri.lnba ' P n.hluL-nv rr,il n
bottle, and his mind went into peace
ful sleep shortly thereafter.
But Donahue Is a somnambulist
when he goes to sleep under such cir
cumstances, and he proceeded to me
ander about town, knocking people
down, and acting impolitely In many
owner; tbe capitalist and the pro
moter. The strength of the conven
tion and its capacity for good will de
pend in a great measure on all the
varied interests connected either di
rectly or indirectly with the mines of
the territory being fully represented.
IVKil.i iMlnlnn InQtlcra I m. n 1
,1 minium niciti i o iij fcuci ai . .,, , m - ...
will be discussed, the principal bus!-! ,llL'r ways unt I the officer, got him
ness that will confront the conven
tion will be the organization of the
Arizona Miners' association on some
what similar lins that govcrnJhe
California .Miners' association. It isj
proposed to have the association asi
well as the convention, comprise in
He was penitent, and wanted acuanoe.
to walk to Maricopa, before sundown,
and was given permission to do so.
He has two weeks' pay coming to him
from the show company and will go
to Santa Cruz to get that. He may
then returns to invest in real es-
Its membership every branch of the i 'f.'0 . ol' s'an a Nothing store. He
Industry, for in this will lie the or
ganization's great strength. The ob
ject of the association will be chiefly
educational, in that It will glvo the
.different phases of the business and
advising with each other as to the
best means of advancing the inter
ests of the Industry In the territory.
From present indications the con
vention will lie the biggest gathering
of miners ever held in the southwest,
and judging from the support the
piess of the territory is giving and
the enthusiasm of those connected
with, the mining industry for the pro
posed miners' association, it Is sure
to prove a grand success.
For Cracked Hands.
Rough skin and crpeked hands are
not only cured by De Witt's Hazel
Salve, but an occasional application
will keep the skin soft and smooth.
Best for Eczema, Cuts. Burns, Bolls,
Ktc. The genuine DeWItt's Witch
draws 44 'fe cents a day.
KILLED IN A GAME OF CARDS
SAFFORD, ARIZ., HAS A MURDER,
AS THE RESULT OF A DRUNK
EN SALOON ROW.
Sitfford, Ariz., was shocked to learn
that Ben Cra In had been shot and
killpd, says the Guardian.
A bullet through his head and an
other in the region of his hip, told
the story that a six-shooter had done
its deadly work. According to re
potts. Sid Henry killed Crain during
Crain had been in and tiround Saf-
fnr.l for live or six years, and liore the
reputation of a peaceable citizen. He
was a nntive of Arkansas.
Ben Crain, Sid Henry and Bill
Phillips went into the Railroad sa
l(.:in ui ic ut r o'clock In the morning,
and aroused Dan Herndon, the bar-
Hazel Salve affords immediate relief j keeper, to get a lunch. After they
in all forms of Blind. Bleeding. Itch-1 bad ciiten their lunch the three, and
ine and Protruding Piles. Sold by al Walter Wansless, who was stopping
druggists. with Herndon, sat down for a game
of poker. ,
VERDICT OF $5,000. Tiie rest of the stolv Is best told In
Georoe A. saw.TL.m Bam,n!!iu 'i-Mlm.ony of "lu'r annlee al
" J l ie UKlHe-I. wnlfh utmwti thnt It wnn
! just another drunken row. with a pis
tol ,vt!i:tT to blame. The testimony
was as follows:
Against the Santa Fe
After being out twenly-fous hour.,
tbr. j,,-y j lne eBse of fjeorge A.
Sowers vs. The Atchison. Topeka &
Santa Railway company, brought in a
"Crain lost me first change in, and
ilrin!;s and money to eat on. Crain
said ydii are a . Crain
opened his knife. Phillips started to
get ii'). 1 said 'wait a minute.- he
ri rX, . . i ""i;a"-" " started to argue with Phillips. P!
rerdicr Saturday afternoon, awarding! , ,., ,,,, ,i,. . .... , , ,
, .,u,irr i .1.., ' ""i tin ".e.i fciven u
in.- i'iu'iii ui iiniuni-a in i ui.- mull 111
$5.1100, says tbe El Paso Times.
Sowers was suing the railroad com
pany for ll'u.iMiil for the loss of a part
n 1.1 . ,w. I.. 1 ...
W,u : . 'V". . .. . ' I '''' ilie knife in his left band, stick
on h T , .h I 11 in 'hillr- '' dropped the
I, 1 engine when a. sort klli1(. ,, Htpk , ht. fl( ' ' , h
A"jzLYh in a f" " 'nirbe'iri,!'',;:;";
; ' pi'-ke,i up the knife. It was small.
The Season of Indigestion. I'"" Ule ,I,1U' "roken out; the
The season of indigestion Is upon!1'" I'la'le probably one and one-half
us. Kodol pvspepsla' Cure for I ml I ""'"es long. We sat down and Crain
gestiou and Dyspepsia will do everv- ,"' a" talking to Henry; paid no at
thing for the stomach that an over- ' ' '"' '"" conversation, llmh start
loaded or over-worked stomach ran- u"' "l- Crain utrm k Henry
not do fur Itself. Kodol digests -what wi:-' '' chair and .'as Henry brought out
i g i i lie went to snooting. I lie first
exhibit l here, fur a veritable fairyland relieves sour stomach, beiclihip. heart-! s 'xl i"gut.-nei the light. 1 be next
of toys, notions and drv goods has ' burn, indigestion, etc. !' " '; Henry s ly after the shooting
DO YOU WANT THE
NAME AND ADDRESS
of the man who rhotud be working for yout
of the man whi would glidly lend you money?
of the n.m na wculj like to buy your hone?
of the man who would buy an Interest In your buslne?
of the man who would buy that lot of ground?
of the man who would buy your old bicycle?
"Che Citizen Want Ads, Furnish you
with names and addresses
people who are '
'Neccessary to Your Prosperity"
VVAM'jsu Clean rags.
The Citizen otllce.
WANTED A few more roomers at
Oold Avenue Hotel; $1.50 per week
WANTED A canvusser and solicitor
on commission and wages. Address,
XX.. this office.
WANTED Darge. and smull grain
sacks by Clarkville Produce Com
pany, for cash. 620 South First
WANTED Twenty-Uve salespeople,
men, women and girls. Apply at
once, to George Denny's store, Old
WANTED Gentiemtn a second-hand
clothing. No. 615 South First street
south of viaduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor
WANTED A man or man and wife,
to take caro of ranch close In;
nicely fixed up for chickens and
cows, or will rent very cheap to
good tenant. Apply on premises
1115 North Arno street. L. Mar-rinan.
V'(VrrRENTve-r6o7u" house", witS
bath; furnished. 217 North Walter
FOR RENT Bright, sunny rooms for
housekeeping. 524 West Railroad
FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms;
bath and electric lights. Gentlemen
preferred. Garcia bldg., 504 West
FOR RENT Apartments in Paik
View terrace, eight rooms each;
modern equipment throughout. H
H. Tilton, room 19, Grant block.
FORSALE Two new burro carts.
See Albuquerque Carriage eompany
SELL., RENT OR TRADE i-ist your
property with T. L. McSpadden, 300
FOR SAKE Must, leave town, an
will sell my piano at a bargain. Ad
jlress, B. P., this office.
FOR SALEFirst-clas8 saddle and
bridle, at Southwestern Electric and
FOR SALE OR TRADE A good busi
ness for city property. T. L. Mc
Spadden, 30(1 South Broadway.
FOR SALE A bamisonie Hardman
Piano, in fine condition and almost
new, at a bargain. For particu
lars, call at this office.
FOR SAUE OR TRADE Are you in
terested in mines? 1 have some
said to bo good deals. Talk with
me. T. h. McSpadden, 300 S. Broadway.
nils iHipuiar piaco or business I ecu I
transformed into. It is a pleasure to'
pass t!irou!j;i the aisles so plentifully ! '
stocked on eithir side wiih almost I
very conceivabln Christinas gift, ar
ranged rii':s;t art ictically. That tbe
pHblic realizes this fact is attested by
the crowds tMat minutely congest the
establishment and the ejaculations of
delight hi nr. I on every side. It takes
but a short :im to supply yourself
with enoiu-li nil's at Boat riehi 's to
fill the chibli-ens' stocking-i, or the
adults, for lint matter, and but a li!
1le money, ton, fur, everything found
there is most reasonable. Call this j
(veiling ir tiitimi lnw and satisfy your
self. It will be flie naycst ami most
profitable pleasure trip you ever took.
There Is plenty tn look 'at and plenty
of clerks to wall mi you.
, I eci'lil 'lot lu lu It.' Heniv lit th
Subscribe for The Citizen and ui t lamp ::iul asked what to do and was
e uews. till. i t.: Jin.) surrender."
FOR S.AI.E A flm-rluss, double-bar-reled,
K'-gauge shotgun; bran new;
never lias been used: one of th
best mikes. Call at The Citizen of
flee for particulars.
TO EXCHANGE Good Improved city
property for vacant lots. T. L. Mc-
Spadden. 300 South Broadway.
TO EXCHANGE I have some ranches
to trade for city property. T. L.
McSpadden, 300 South Broadway.
McSPADDEN The exchange man.
See him fori business exchanges.
300 South Broadwav.
Give Your Stomach Rest.
Nothine will min Indigestion that
doesn't digest the food, itself, and
cive the stomach rest. You can't e
eot that a weak stomach will regain
!s strength and get well when it is
compelled :o do the full work that a
sound sromach should do. You
wouldn't expect a sick horse .to get
Well when it is compelled to do a full
day's work every day of the ,week.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "is a perfect di
sestant and digests the food regard
less of the condition of yotfr stomact.
Relieves Indigestion. Belching, Sour
Stomach, and all stomach disorders.
Sold by all druggists.
(if w kizrZT
UPSTAIRS. OVER NO. 209 WEST
RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM
My merchant tailoring si.op is up-:
stairs over No. 2"!t West Railroad ave-'
uue, where I solUtt the patronage or!
the public. All work guaranteed first-i
class, as I have had fifteen years' ex I
perience in the business. Suits made!
to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed and-'
repaired. The specific 1 use will not
injure tbe cloth. Ladies' garments
also cleaned and walking skirts made1
to order. (live me a trial. j
Mauv ills come from Impure blood.
Can't have pure blood with faulty di
gestion, lazy liver and sluggish bow
els. Burdock's Blood Bittets Ftreni;th
"iis stoinufh, bowels and liver, and
purifies tbe bio d.
V'i.' i. .-. '
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v, ' t l
i ' '
'V,.':r:;;.1-'- . ;
The Torture of a Preacher.
The story of tnu torture of Rev. O.
D. Moore, pastor of tho Baptist church
of Harper.sville, N. X., will interest
you. He savs: " snrfered agonies
because if a persistent coush, re
sulting from the grip.' f tried to
sleep sitting up in bed. I tried many
remedies without relief, until I took
Dr. King's New Discovery for Coti
sumptien, Coughs and Colds, which
entirely cured my cough, and savei
me from consumption." A grand cure
for diseased conditions of the Throat
and luni;s. At all druggists. Price
jiic and II, guaranteed. Trial bot
20 per cent off fur cash all week
lonur Don't miss this golden oppor
tiinitv to buy ftirniture
J .D. EMMONS.
Ale you in favor of
socialism? Hear Wil
son. Are you oppose, )
socialism? Hear Wll-
Clea- the Way.
n.esflon ci "Early Risers" Is
to clear th" way and give Nature full
sway. The,; famous little pills rid
the stomach and bowels of all putrid
matter, thus removing the causes of
headache, cousiipatinn. sallow com
plexion. etc. lh'Wiit's Little Early
Risers never gripe or 'sicken. A safe,
pleasant, perfect pill. Mack Hamilton,
hotel clerk at Valley City. N. I).,
says: 'Two botiles of these Famous
Little P:1N cure. rue of chronic con
stipation." Sold by all druggists.
Of course von are i- ling east. W'ly
not? The holiday rates tire low. Ask
it Santa. l"e ticket otlicc for full pa"
Money to Loan
On Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horse
Wagons and other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as $10.00 and as high
as 1200.00. Loans are quickly raade
and strictly private. Time: One
month to one year given. Goods re
main in your possession. Our rates
are reasonable. Call and see us be
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of tbe world.
Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg.
315 We9t Railroad Ave.
DR. J. E. KRAFT,
Room J5 and 16, Grant, block, over
the Golden Rule Dry Goods company.
Both "phones. Appointments made by
Edmund J. Alger, D. D. S.
No. 306 Railroad avenue. Office
hours, 8:30 a. m., to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30
p. m. to 5 p. m. Telep'none 462. Ap
polntmenta made by mall.
Bernard 8. Rodey.
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Albuquerue
N. M. Prompt attention given to all
business pertaining to the profession
Will practice In all courts of the tern
tory and before '.be United State
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 32 F street
N. W.. Washington, D. C. Pensions,
lands, patents, copyrights, caveats
letter patents, trade marks, claims.
que, N. M. Office, First National
c A nohson.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office Crom
well block, Albuquerque, N. M.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Suite 16, N
T. Armljo building, Albuquerque
F W Spencer and V. O. Walling
ford, rooms 46-47, Barnett building
Albuquerque, N. M. Both 'phones.
D. F. McCrolling.
Civil engineering, surveying an
drafting. 209 Railroad avenue. Aato
matic 'phone 740.
A.. L. Morgan. ")
THE INDEPENDENT CONTRAC
TOR AND BUILDER Estimates are
cheerfully furnished; job work solic
ited. Automatic phone, 724; shop at
911 North Second street, Albuquer
que, N. M. ,
A. L. MAHAFFEY, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
Room 25, Whiting building, over
Vann's drug store. Automatic
telephone, 410. J
" "DR.'R. MUST,
Office, 6-8, N. T. Armjjo Bldg.
Tuberculosis treated with High
Frequency Electrical Current and Ger
micide. Treatments given each day
from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Trained nurse
In attendance. Both 'phones.
DR. J. D. NUSBAUM
Practice limited to diseases ot Nose,
Throat and Lungs.
Rooms 14 and 15, Grant Blk. Office
Hours, 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m.
Telephones: Colo. 154; Auto. 272.
C. H. CONNOR. M. D D. O.
Osteopathic physician and surgeon
President New Mexico Board of Osteo
pathy. All diseases successfully
treated. Otllce in Barnett building
Hours, 9 to 2 and 2 to 4. Both tele
phones. Sundays by appointment.
Montezuma Tttsst Co.
ALBUQUERQUE, NET MEXICO
Capital and Surplus $100,000
Interest Allowed on Savings Deposits
With Ample Means and Unsurpassed Facilities.
Extends to Depositors every Proper Accommodation, and Solicits New
Accounts Capital, $130,000.00. .
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SOLOMON LUNA, President. W. S. STRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier
( W.J.Johnson, Asst. Cashier. Wm. Mcintosh J. C. Baldrldge
Solomon Luna , A. M. Blackwell ' George. Arnot O. E. Cromwell
DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA A SANTA FE RY.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, N.. M.
Officers and Directors.
JOSHX7A S. RAYNOLDS Presldevt
M. W. FLOURNOT vice President
FRANK McKEE Cashier
R, A. FROST Assistant Cashier
H. T. RAYNOLD3 Dlreetov
V. 8. DEPOSITORY. j ,:gii'.'
Anthorrsed Capital , $SvO,000.0
Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profits $350,000.0
Depository for Atchison, Topeka ft Santa Fe Railway Company
The State National Bank
We have nad a very satisfactory growth since Ute establishment
of our bank. If you are not one of our customers, "we should like
an opportunity to show you our superior facilities.
O. N. MARRON, President, D. A. McPHICRSON, Ties PresMemC
J. B. HERNDON, Cashier. ROT McDONALD, AestoUat Oashler.
0 "OLD RELIABLE"
L. B. PUTNEY
Flour, Grain and Provisions
Carr.es the Largest am! Most exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries
t. the Southwest.
FARM AND FREIGHT WAGOKS
ALBUQUEKUE. N. M
railroad a Venue
v. , v - -
At S o'clock p. 111.
Seau Free. Seats Free
Don't d:ug ihe stoiuaeli to cure a
eoiif-'h. One Minute Cough Cure cuts
the niiiciis, draws the Inflammation
"ut of the throat, lungs and bronchial
tubes, heals, soothes and cures. A
quick cure for Croup and Whooping
Cough. Sold by all druggists.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO T R A D E
For property at I.os Cerrlllos? Cost
$1 2u0; trading p;ice, one-half of
cost. A snaii, If you can use the
property. Don't' be afraid to talk
with me. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South
NUMBER YOUR HOUSES FOB
TWENTY FIVE CKN'TS. SEE HUD
SON'. Till: PAINT EH.
Albuquerque Business College Opens
Monday, September 4, 1905.
Courses Bookkeeping and Penman
ship, Shor'tiauil, Typewriting,, Eng
lish, Siianit-h and '.Mechanical Draw
DAY AND EVENING SESSION.
For particulars, call or address
G. S. RAMSAY, Pres.
R. O. STOLL, Secy.
Library build. ng. East Railroad ave
nue. " ASSAY ERS.
CORBET & COLLINS, j
Civil and Mining Engineers, unnea
States Deputy Mineral Surveyors.
East ?';, 1.1 of I'la.a, Santa Fe. N. M.
" RaTlROAD TICKETS.
For reduced rates to and from all
points, go to Paulsen's Association
Rialroad ticket otlice. Railroad tickets
bought, sold and exchanged.
H. W. S. Otero.
United States Court Commissioner.
7011 West Silver avenue. Will attend
to matters before the land office.
"For seven years,'' writes
W. Hoffman, or Harper. Wasi:..
bad a bitter battle, with chro
stomach and liver trouble, but at la.
I won and cured my diseases by tbe
use of Electric Bitters. I un'hesitat
iii.ly recommend them to all, and
don't Intend in the future to be with
out t bem in the house. They are
certainly a wonderful medicine, xo
have cured such a bad case as mine."
Sold under guarantee to do the same
for you, by all druggists, at fioe a
bottle. Try them today.
Inventory Sale all week. Price
Slashing the motto. Everything from
(he necessities to the luxuries at
EMMONS' FURNITURE STORE.
WHEN A BODY'S CHILLY
It is time to look about for
soiiii tiling to take away the
chil'-tor thai hilly feeling
means a c:i!.J in mu.-i instances.
And the cold mi ans drugs and
is .1 Mil rt -i y to gel rid '1 til''
- ii 1 1 1 i.'cliii,'. It is alway-re-i-ly
:iti,i niv.as effective.
Clean an convenient cost -but
a few ce:its to beat a room.
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