Newspaper Page Text
T 1PA SO ITR"R. A T JD Thursday, Je 9 191- News Of the Great Southwest
News Of the Great Southwest
ROSWELL PLANS FOR
Mail Service Delivery to Be
Extended Contract Let
Roswell, X. M., June 9. Instructions
have been sent postmaster A. H. Rocko
fellow by W. S Taylor, supervising
architect in the treasury department
at Washington, to have soundings made
for the foundations of the proposed fed
eral building in Roswell, on the south
west corner of Richardson avenue and
Fourth street. The building is to be
three stories high and fireproof. The
appropriation has been male by con
gress and it is believed that these in
structions mean that the erection of
the building by the government -will be
Advice has been received from the
postoffice department that the free de
livery service in Roswell is to be ex
tended over considerable additional ter
ritory in the -west part of town. The
department also intends to establish
rural free delivery to the farming sec
tion adjafcent to the town not already
The contract for Roswell's new high
school building has been let to Lyon &
Axtell for $31,600. the plans having been
altered to reduce the cost.
Judge Wm. H. Pope has granted a
change of venue to Curry county in
the case of Shirley vs. Wells for $20,
O. H. Smith, assistant cashier of the
Citizens National bank, has gone on
a business trip to 331k City and Okla
homa City, Oklahoma.
R. H. McCune has resigned as secre
tary of the Roswell Building & Loan
association and is succeeded by his as
sistant, E. G. Minton.
Mrs. H. B. Hamilton and two young
sons, of Clifton, have returned home
after a visit -with Mrs. Hamiltop s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira P. Wetmore.
Adjutant general and Mrs. A. b.
Brookes and little son have returned to
their home at Santa Fe, he having re
covered from the operation here for ap
Mrs O. D. Edmondson and daughter,
Torothy, have gone to Gomez Palacio.
Mexico, for a two month s vIsU with
Miss Nellie Williamson, who s-R-nt
the school year in Roswell at the hbme
of her sister, Mrs. Guy H. Herberthas
gone to her mother's home in El Paso,
accompanied by Miss Blanch Hutchin
son, the latter going for a visit.
WATER DISCOVERED AT V1T
VATJGHX; PERSONAL k.S
Vaughn, N. M.. June 9. A vein of
water at a depth of 118 feet was dis
covered on the claim of justice McMul
len. two miles west of town.
J C Field has disposed of his in
terest of the Vaughn News to Walter
Marshall, of Kansas City, Mo. Field
will return to his old home in Okla-
M k. Hall of Clovis. foreman of the
Santa Fe repair shops, has been trans
ferred to Vaughn. ..,.. to
Frank Clark has gone to Mexico to
3. L. Nickerson has returned from a
visit in Albuquerque.
Rev J. W. Campbell of Mountain Air,
has been holding services at the school
The" Santa Fe has laid off a number
of its employes at the yards here.
Solomonville. Ariz., June 9. Miss
Lllv Bishop has gone to Tempe. Ariz".,
to attend the fcommencement exercises
of the Normal schools
W. T. Massey has moved to his new
W A- Gillespie has gone to Globe to
serve as a United States petit- jury
man. Alvin Sands. Ire Massey, Geo. C.
Evans, are also in attendance at court
Dr. J. H. Lacy has returned to Globe
and will move to Miarnl. Ariz.
Norman Rose, of Bonita, after a short
visit with his mother, Mrs. R. H.
Samuel, has gone to Globe.
Since the establishment of the
pvthian Sisters lodge at Safford, the
attendance here has become smaller, as
many of the members live in Safford.
EL PASO CONTRACTOR AT
COMFTON RAILWAY WORK
Clifton. Ariz.. June 9. W. G. Jolly,
of El Paso, has been here attending to
building operations he has her,e.
Cyril Wigmore, Charles Bond and
Pete Rniley have gone to Globe for
duty on the grand, jury. l
Tennis enthusiasts are trying to ar
range a tournament with Morenci.
Cotey & Co., the local contractors who
who built the Shannon-lArlzoua rail-way,
are doing some roacUwork for the Ari
zona and New Mexico railway.
T7VERYBODY CAN HAVE BEAUTIFUL
III HAIR NOW. and they don't have to
wait weeks and months for results either.
You will notice marked improvement after
the very first application.
Danderlne is quickly and
thoroughly absorbed by the scalp
end the hair soon shows the
effects of its wonderfully ex
hilarating and life-producing
qualities. It is pleasant and
easy to use simply apply
It to the scalp and hair ,-i
once a day until the
hair begins to grow,
then two or three
times a week till
desired results are
A lady Erm California writes
in substance as follows.
i nl hair tonic for teveral months
and at last lam nowbleesedwith -wonderful
saltor hair that meas
ures orer 43 Inches In length: the
braid ls o-fer 8 Inches around.
Another from New Jersey:
After using Birth bottle I
am happy to say that I have as
nice a bead of hair as anyone In
This Great Hair-Growing
Remedy can now be
had at d! druggists in three sizes,
25c, 50c and $1,00
r- To show how quickly
II BO Danderlne acts.we
trill isnH llni-H-PRftTTlTlIP. friR
by retnrnmall to anyone -who
sends this free coupon to the
Kcovlton Danderka Co., Chlcsjo,
-with their name and address
and luc in silver or siampa
to pay postage.
mtmmmm&&m . maaaam
MECCA FOR MANY
Numerous Improvements are
Made in Houses Lodge
Going Up Rapidly.
(By Mrs. W. S. Tilton).
Cloudcroft, N. M.. June 9. Every train
brings up a few moce sojourners for the
summer and nearly every family brings
a babv to this health giving, piney at
mosphere. The baby sanatorium is be- ,
ing loudly discussed but nothing so far .
has been done, most of the doctors want
the sight of the old Lodge fer the sana- j
torium and it certainly would be very
convenient, but a certain sum of money
will have to be raised before the work
can be commenced. .
The new Lodge, the pride and joy ot
all lovers of Cloudcroft, is well under ,
way. Nature placed a soim iou"""
of rock right in the exact spot for the
hotel, and on top of this the contractor,
Frank Powers, has placed a foundation
of concrete. The body of the buildtao
.:ii !, mr.An. nf -nnprptp and metal latn.
It will be two stories high with a look
out tower on top; there will be 51 bed
rooms and 10 bath rooms. One halt or
-the rooms will be en suite with bath
between. Besides the lobby, where the
guests will congregate, there will be
women's parlor. A billiard room will
also add to the pleasure of the guests.
There will be, besides the main din
ing room, a cafe where meals can be had
at all hours a la carte. A laundry will
be one of the features of this new hotel.
The building will be finished about
Charles B. Stevens and son came up
on yesterday's train and by dark had al
ready made quite a showing in clear
ing the ground for their new house ad
joining the Townsend place.
H. D. Slater, who bought the Gal
braith place on the hill, has returned to
El Paso after almost making a new
house out of the old one. After enlarg
ing the front porch, he built an addition
of several rooms, including a bath and
now has all the modern improvements
of a citv home. The house is stained a
dark green with rustic finishing and
command a fine view of the White
Sands and the pine studded canyon,
with all its glorious lights and shadows.
It has been named "Cabin Jonimac" and
there little Johnny Mac reigns supreme
and the rest of the family are contented
to watch him grow and bloom.
Mrs. Herbert Stevenson and family
and Mrs. Del Carapo came up yesterday
and have opened up Hillcrest. The
doctor is expected soon.
Rev. and Mrs. Henry Easter and son
also arrived on yesterday's train and
Dr. Easter has already donned his over
alls and Is doing his usual carpenter
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bray have returned
to El Paso after spending the week end
in their attractive cottage, The Out
look. PERSONAL NEWS QF THE
CARRIZOZO RAILWAY MEN
Carrizozo, N. M., June 9. W. K. Col
lier, who has been timekeper at the
shops has been transferred to Tucum
cari and F. S. Elliott appointed his
L. B. Carrol, who came here from
Douglas, Ariz., to take a position as
clerk at the shops, has returned to
Engineer A. C. Hincs and Wm. Wat
kins have returned from a visit to El
Jerry Kelly has resigned his position
as night hostler at the roundhouses,
and is succeeded by Geo. Faid of El
Ed. Kelly has left on an overland trip
to his ranch near Magdalena, N. M. He
will be gone 30 days.
Machinist C. E. Bell and wife have re
turned from a visit to ElPasov
Mrs. W. K. Collier entertained at
Albert Ziegler is visiting his family
at Trinidad, Cclo.
Wm. Haose, of Chicago, is visiting
with his nephew, Walter Boehme.
MELONS PROMISE GOOD AT
ALPINE; NEW AUTO SERVICE
Alpine, Tex., June 9. J. E. Miles
who owns a smajl ranch three miles
northwest of Alpine, has 3 acres of
watermelons and cantaloupes which
promise a good crop. He also has a
nice patch of garden truck. He is irri
gating about five acres altogether.
Edwin Gillette, who has been attend
ing college at Austin, Texas, has re
turned home for the summer.
Cas Edwards, of the Alpine Auto
company, started on the first trip of
the regular run between Alpine and Ft.
Stockton this afternoon, leaving Alpine
at 2 oclock. Leaving Stockton at 2
oclock Friday afternoon, he will return
to Alpine. He will make two trips
each week, on Mondays and Thursdays.
vw2KHHKCRra3& H M m
MBBBHfeS&r; j 4 -1 r ;' : . IBBB1
kkkBJkkskw.X ''2kjoF BkkkkVkVk
HMHK&'Ci'' tV4 lRsSSEcnkkR
zi&MBKlB&$8&&x.'' - '--.-.... vi''( HBkkkBH
HIEi -V " f feu wily
BUILDINGrS UNDER '
Banks Exchange Locations. :
Commissioners and Gun i
Tucumcari, N. M., June 3. The con- '
tract for the Barnes & Rankin build
ing has been let to W. Schubel, who has
commenced work on the foundation.
This building will be of concrete, with
a plate glass front. It will be 50x130 ;
The Hittson building on Main street ,
is nearing completion.
The Heman block on Main street is
readv for the roof and the contractors
expect to have it completed by July 1-
J. W. Blanton Ls building an addition
to his property on Main and First street.
The material is of concrete blocks.
The Legal Tender property on Sec
ond and Main streets, was sold to Adolf
v Orenburg of Wagon Mound for $11,000.
Mr. Vorenburg has also purchased the
Florsheim interest in tlie M. B. Golden
berg company of Tucumcari.
William J. Howells, of Raton, grand
master of the I. O. O. F. of New Mexico,
has been visiting the subordinate and
Rebekah lodges. A reception was ten
dered him by the Rebekah lodge.
A. Kent, who was killed here Sunday
night, was a member of the Order of
Railway Conductors in good standing
and carried $3000 insurance. He was
buried in the city cemetery.
The first annual tournament of the
Tucumcari Gun club Is being held here
today. A number of shooters are here
from Arizona, Colorado and New Mex
ico. The county commissioners are in ses
sion this week sitting as a board of
equalization, and examining the returns
of the tax assessors for the vear of
Ethel Avery, the nineyearold daughter
of J. J. jAvery, living near Tucumcari,
died of appendicitis. She was buried
in theDodson cemetery today.
J. Linde, proprietor of the Linde News
Co., from Denver, is spending the week
Miss Lillian Pruitt, of Pecos City, is
visiting Mrs. Earl George.
The contract for the plumbing in the
new county jail was awarded to W. E.
Cecil, of Tucumcari. Mr. Cecil will
commence work at once.
Geo. W. Evans and brother have com
menced the erection of on opera house.
The building will be 50x100 feet, of re
inforced concrete with pebble dash
The two banks of Tucumcari have ex
changed locations. The First National
now occupies the building formerly oc
cupied t- the International, and the
International is located in the old First
National building. Both banks will
make substantial improvements. The
First National has already let the con
tract for remodeling the interior, and
ft 111 put in new fixtures.
BUYS LARGE ENGINE
Machinery Ordered For Al
falfa 2JjU oSTew $25,000
Artesia, X. 31., June 9. Gayle Tal
bot and electrician Gibson have re
turned from Kansas City, Tvhere they
purchased a ?12,000 engine for the Ar
tesia Light and Power co-inDanv. The
engine v. ill be used in conjunction with
their other engine In furnishing electric
lights and will" also supply power to
The Alfalfa Milling company has or
dered modern machinery for the plant
to replace that of W. L,. Kuykendall,
destroyed by fire a month ago. Mr.
Kuykendall subscribed for three
fourths of the stock of the company.
The pilant will oost about $15,000.
The iL E. Church, South, is taking
subscriptions for a new $25,000 church.
Including a donation from- a mission
fund, about ?10,900 has been sub
subscribed. The Santa Fe officials have decided
to locate its $15,000 depot in accord
ance with the wishes of the public, on
The churches are busy this week
boosting for one of our merchants that
has offered them 15 percent of the sales.
Each church has been assigned a dif
Farmers have commenced to cut their
second crop of alfalfa.
The band will give -weekly concerts
commencing Friday evening.
Joe Clayton has returned from Min
eral "Wells. Dallas and other Texas
Attorney J. H. Jackson siimrkoi Viic
friends by bringing Mrs Jackson to
town. He has been here alone over a
year and, Mrs. Jackson had never been
here. They were accomap'niedC by Mrs.
Jackson's sister and will occupy the
Erb house while Mrs. Erb is away.
FIND AVOIXBED 3IEXICAX
AXD CHIAA3IAX AT CAXAXEA
Unidentified Men Vuable to Describe
Assailants; Taken to Hospital;
DeWiggins Visits Relatives.
Cananea, Mex., June 9. A Mexican
and Chinaman who have not yet been
identified, wero found in the vicinity of
the America mine suffering with bul
let wounds. They were taken to the
municipal hospital. The Mexican was
shot in the left Mde and the back of
the neck, the Chinaman was wounded
in several places The wounded men
cannot give any information to the po
lice. Miss Maud Chapman, formerly em
ployed at the telephone exchange, and
John Beckman, a barber, were married
in Tombstone by judge MacFarland.
They will live in Cananen.
Umpire de Wiggins has gone to Las
Cruces, where he will visit his family
prior to officiating at the ball games in
El Paso on Saturday and Sunday.
Leo Carrillo has gone to Tucson to
W. A. MINA'S AXD MRS.
ROLAND WED AT YSL.ETA
Ceremony Held at Catholic Church; Jail
Calsadlllo, Former Sty Hon lland,
Killed at Mnrfru
Ysleta, Tex., June 9. W. A. Minns
and Mrs. Elizabeth Roland were mar
ried here at the Catholic church, Rev.
rather cordovo performed the csre
, anony. Miss Frances Roland acted as
j rii'2 bearer and little Misses Louise Cor-
IdovT and Martha Roland were flower
girls. Mr. and Mrs. Albert and Mr. and
Mrs. Miguel Lopez were the other at-
tendants. A reception was tendered af
ter the ceremony at the home of the
A telegram was received here announcing-
the death at Marfa of Luis
Calsadillo, a former section hand em
ployed here. A train ran over him, cut
ting off both limbs. He died a few hours
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones, of El Pasc,
are at Valley Inn for a few days.
COM PLAINT FILED.
A complaint charging Mrs. Booth, 215
"Wyoming street, with disturbing the
pease, was filed in justice Watson's
court "Wednesday by Antonietta Serba-rote.
01 the JoI!y-Sm
which began at our store this morning. The people of El Paso responded to our ?
cannot last but a few days. Bring a little money heie tomorrow and see it accomplish wonders.
$2.00 Plumes; (all colors; QO
Creditors' Sale price ?CJt
$3.00 Plumes, all colors; Creditors'
$6.00 Plumes; Credi
tors' Sale price
$7.50 Plumes; Credi
tors' Sale price
$10.00 Plume3; Credi
tors Sale price
$15.00 Plumes; Credi
tors' Sale price..
All must be sold at sacrifice prices
One lot Flowers, worth 25c: while
they last at Creditors' Q
Flowers in price up to 1 Q .
45c; Creditors' Sale price Xcw
50c and 60c Flowers; 'Xr
Creditors' Sole price iJU
The entire stock of Flowers will
go at the same rate in prices. We
have a large assortment of them-
One lot worth $6.00;
Creditors' Sale price
MINE IS INSTALLING BIG
ICE PLANT AT MARATHON
Electric Elevator 1'ndcr CouKtrxfctiom
French Home Ncars Completion;
Teacher Will Attend Alpine
Marathon. Tex.. June 9. Howard J3.
2EM 9 iS. JtS
KSSSTC. ianXon. "i. company u
installing an ice plant aim u. c.w
elevator for loading ore.
The eight room residence being built
by W iL French is nearing completion
J M. Chambers, who has returned
from his ranch in the sou h eastern
part of he county, reports fine rams
inAthnaumber of' women will leave Mara-,v-
Qunnav morning for Sanderson.
where they will present the "Cross,
Searers" at the M. E. church Sunda
Mrs Eugene Wector, principal of r-e
Marathon school, will leave for A Jpiue
Sunday to teach in the normal Jn-tuute
which begins in the new nig school
building Monday, June 13.
Misses Maude Wood a xmu " ,
of Sanderson, are guests of MUj J
, rpi,i' will sro to Aipme n" i
y night to "attend normal institute
in bond for the Del Carmen ac
company, of Boquillas, has return -a
hMr and Mrs.vR- E. Petross are in El
Pao wUh theirlittle daughter. Earline.
for medical treatment. -.,,. of
j Burlington, mineralogist ot
-sew Mexico, has located in Marathon
ToM Burnam is drilling a deep well
on his place east of Marathon.
BISBEE GETS LARGE
EXPRESS RATE DECREASE
N D. Douglas, Miner, Dies After Long
Illue&s; Warren Ranch Superin
tendent Weds; Personal Nvis..
Bisbee. Ariz.. June 9 A substantial
reduction in express rates . rom ea
ern points to Arizona will be effective
June 15 The reduction for 100 pounds
from El Paso to Bisbee is $1.2o.
mchard Goodwin was thrown from
his horse and badly hurt. He v. as
taken home in a buggy.
t T-in. a. well known miner
I who worked for the past six years at
the Hoatson mine oi me supBy -Pittsburg,
died after a prolonged ill
ness He leaves a wife and two daugh
ters one of whom is employed in the
local postoffice. .
V B King, representative of the
Union Woolen mills, of Chicago, ar
rived here after an extended trip
through Cuba. Mr. King will open a
branch store in Bisbee.
The picnic at JL-ewis opn"B -
,i i,v 500 people, who returned to
o. i i sneciaL train.
Bisbee on a speciatrai McKenna
M. R- "" ll "R- vsthr
were mariea tuuj -j "" ... "I
Mucrer. Mr. Bright is tne superintend
! Vi Warren ranch.
t-lll ui- fc. --
Prof. Leslie N. uoouing,
science in the local high school, hask
nne to Helvetia to look over his min
T-r i ..4-fn r r trrw nvtT- n im itiiii i
Miss Moyer of the Bisbee high school
facultvhas gone to her home in Penn
sylvania where she will spend her va
cation. CREDIT MEX MEET.
rri,p -R1 Paso Association of Credit
-vion mppt Thursday evening in the i
hambcr of commerce for the regular
ith Millinery Stock
You will find what you want at a great saving. Some seal skin
and pat chamie aud other beauties will all go in the sale. Be here
the first pick.
OneIot worth 35c;
Creditors' Sale price.
One lot worth 6oc;
Creditors' Sale price.
One lot worth $3.00;
Creditors' Sale price.
-HOME OF LOW PRICED
DALHART RESIDENT PLANS
$3000 CONCRETE HOME
Elks Will Give Minstrel Show: Gun
Shoot Attended by "Waco Sportsmen;
Grocery Store Changes Management.
Dalhart, Tex., June 9. Frank Tatum,
who has been in southern Texas for
the past month, has retifrned with
plans for a concrete 5000 residence
which he will occupy as soon as com
pleted. The Elks' lodge of Dalhart is plan
ning to give a minstrel show in the
Felton opera house soon.
Col. Boyce, president of the Midway
Trust & Bank company, but who resides
at Amarillo, is visiting his son, Henry
Boyce, cashier of the bank here.
Mrs. C. F. Drake has gone to Dallas
to join her husband.
New time cards went Into effect on
the Rock Island and the Denver roads
June 5, making close connections. Mail
Is now often delayed here.
The gun shoot was well attended and
some good scores were made by Waco
shots. The 11 year old boy wonder from
Waco did some excellent shooting,
both with shotgun and rifle, making
nearly a perfect record.
Colorado tourist rates are in erieci
on the Denver road. The passenger
trains from the south are crowuea iu
Mrs. Alice Xoak Is acting as relief
clerk in the postoffice, during the va
cations of Miss Agnes Clarke, money
order clerk, and assistant postmistress.
Miss Tessie Peal.
I. J. Gushwa, formerly of the Desoto
hotel, has assumed the management of
the Dalhart hotel.
The Dalhart Grocery company has
been purchased by Mr. Flint, who has
assumed control. Mr. Bell, the former
manager, on account of ill health, will
go to Mineral Wells for the summer.
MARFA GENERAL AND
PERSONAL NEWS NOTES
Marfa, Tex., June 9. Judge "W. "W.
Bogel and wife are spending the week
in El Paso.
H. H. Lovell, who has been teaching
school in Shafter, is visiting here.
Mrs. vCd. Hoffheinz of San Marcos,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. 1. Mitchell.
W. B. Mitchell and two sons accom
panied by W. D. Hoffheinz, arrived
from San Marcos in Mr. Mitchell's auto
mobile. Mrs. Mitchell came on the
train. They will spend the summer
Rev. Mr. Head, Baptist evangelist, Is
conducting a revival meeting here this
Miss' Genevieve Thompson, of Ft.
Davis, is visiting Miss Genevieve Bogel.
White Leverett, who has been at the
CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY
Mothers who value their own com
fort and the welfare of their children,
i,,.i,3 -r.o.t-ar' a -wit limit, a box of
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chll-
dren. for use througnout me season.
They break up Colds cure Feverish-
ness. Constipation. Teething Disorders.
TTorfnf.hA nnrt Stomach Troubles
THESE POWDERS NEVER FAIL. Sold
by all Drug Stores, 25c. Don't accept
. ...j. iIol noplfQP'll T.lll
sent FREb to any mother who will
address Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy. N. T.
M- THE BIAHOND BXAND. a
T-odiea! Aakyoer DrnsffUtfor
Cht-c!ie-ter'l Diamond Braitd
I'llU la Red sd Gold mttallicN
boxes, idled vittk Blue Ribbon.
Take no otior. Bur of jour
IIAMONI BRAND PD.IJJ, for 93
iOlU BY DRUGGISTS EVOTHB&
) ?k W3
Crowded the Boston Store All Day,
- -Wk .
One lot worth $1.50;
Creditors' Sale price.
One lot worth $2.50;
Creditors' Sale price.
6 & 18 E. Overland St
head of the grocery department of the
Murphy, Walker Co., for several years,
has gone to Ft. Stockton, where he has
accepted a position with the Rooney
Misses Estelle and Sallie Barclay
have returned from Georgtown, where
they have been attending school.
Mrs. Lancaster and two daughters,
Misses Leila and Linda, are visiting her
two daughters, Mrs. J. A. Harris and j
Mrs. Chas. Kraemer.
FOUNDATION LOCATED FOR
LARGE DAM NEAR TORREOX
Proposed Reservoir Would Have 35,000,-
000,000 Gallon Capacity and Would
Torreon, Mexico, June 9. It is be
lieved that the immense Nazas river da-
will be located at Cajas Pintas. a sol
idly walled canyon some distance above
the city of Torreon. S. Pearson & Sons,
who have been in charge of the explo
ration work of finding a suitable site
for the dam, report a solid rock foun
dation in the Pintas canyon at a depth
of less than 30 feet. A reservoir can
be formed there which will hold at least
35,000,000.000 gallons of water and
would be sufficient to irrigate the en
tire Laguna district.
The building of the dam would cost
in the neighborhood of $20,000,000,
which amount, it is understood, has been
set aside by the Mexican government in
case it is finally decided to build the
For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight fair
and coo'er; Friday fair.
For Xew Mex-ico: Tonight fair, cooler
north poition; Friday fair.
For West Texas: Tonight fair and
cooler. Friday fair.
i::ver at El Paso: Height cf surface
th'j morning above fixed zero mark,
!S feet; this date last year, 12 5 feet.
.Highest temperature ct Fl Paso last
24 rot rs, 100 degrees, lowrsw last 12
hours. degrees. Ta c iu at f a. m.
FIRE FIGHTERS "WILL MEET.
The regular quarterly department
meeting of the volunteer fire depart
ment will be held at the Central fire
station Thursday night at S oclock. The
Sunset company met Wednesday night.
Lame shoulder is ain-iosr Invariably
caused by rheumatism of the muscles
and yields quickly to the free applica
tion of Chamberlain's Liniment. This
liniment is not only prompt and effect
ual, but In no way disagreeable to use.
Sold by all dealers.
Would You Be Interested
that makes exposures from time to 1-1000 of a second!
That takes snap shots indoors? Hakes instantaneous ex
posures on dark daj's 2 That shows the composition of pic
tures (right side up) full size of negative up to instant
exposure? We are ready to show you the wonderful re
sults that can be obtained with one of these outfits.
FRED J. FELDMAN COMPANY
30S San ntonIo St.
Hats and Shapes
You cannot duplicate the price of
such high grade millinery as we
offer. Don't delay coming until
all the best values are gone.
1 lot Ladies Hats in all colors, the
best- styles; worth in price up to
$1.00; Creditors' Sale A Q
$1.00 Ladies' Sailor Hats; A Q
Creditors' Sale price xOC
$1.75 Ladies Sailor Hats; Q
Creditors' Sale price Oc7C
$2.50 Ladies' Sailor Hats; Q Q
Creditors Sale price OC
$10.00- Hats; Credi- it A QO
torsSSale price PTr70
$15.00 Hate; Credi- frf AQ
tors' Sale price pO.tO
$18.00 Hats; Credi- (Jpj QQ
tors' Sale price V
Shapes in fiats
1 lot shapes, values $1.75; 7Q
Creditors' Sale price I &
1 lot shapes, $2.50 values; Credi
tors' Sale I1 QQ
1 Jot shapes, $3.50 values; Credi-
tMS" " $1.79
price - o
One lot extra wide Chiffon in most
all colors. This Chiffon fe a fine
value at 50c and 75c; while they
last at Creditors' Sale
Santos Porras, the Juarez mounted
policeman who was injured when his
horse shied into a post; and was killed
is improving and will be able to re
sume his duties in a few days.
Mrs. Talbott Tells About Her
Serious Experiences and
How She Broke Down.
Lantz, W. Va. 'It would be hard t0
tell," writes Mrs. Te&e Talbott. of this
place, "how much I suffered. I had
been troubled with womanly ailments'
for some time, and at last I broke
down entirely. I had pains all over,
and got so weak I could scarcely walk;
across the Toom. Then I wrote you,
and thanks to taking Cardul, I began
to improve right off. Now I do' my
housework and am feeling well. God
bless you and your medicine."
A strong endorsement, Isn't it?
Thousands of women have written to
tell of the happy results they derived
from this well known remedy.
You must believe that Cardui will
help you, if It helped all these others.
Composed exclusively of pure, vege-,
table materials, with a gentle, strength
ening action on the system, Cardui is
perfectly harmless to young and old.
and can be relied upon to have abso
lutely no bad after-effects.
It is, therefore, a natural medicine,
which you can feel confidence In. A
safe, harmless, vegetable remedy, of
long known merlt.g ,
Try it today.
Sold at all drug stores.
N. B. Write to: Ladles' Advisory
Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat
tanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions,
and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for
Women," sent in plain wrapper, on re
quest. in a