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MANY OPINIONS BY
NEW MEXICO COURT
Six Decisions of Importance
Made by the Supreme
Santa. Fe, N. 3VL, Aug:. 11- The terri
torial supreme court has affirmed the
case of the Colorado Telephone com
pany, appellant, vs. Cmtrces G. Fields,
appelle. The -suit Involved onlv 54.50,
cost of putting- In and taking out a
telephone at a private residence In Al
buquerque, tout the question at Issue -was
whether the telephone company had the
right to make such a charge when It
had contracted under its city franchise
to furnish telephone service for 36 a
year at the most. The lower court held
that the company did not have this right
and th supreme court sustains the Ioav
In the matter of the application of
and gently reared, -women will find in
all tlie seasons of their lives, as maid
ens, wives and mothers, that the one
simple, wholesome laxative remedy,
which acts gently and pleasantly and
natnrally and which may he taken at
any time, when the system needs a
laxative, with perfect safety and real
ly beneficial effects, is Syrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna.
It has that true delicacy of flavor
which is so refreshing to the taste,
that warming and grateful toning to
the stomach which responds so favor
ably to its action and the laxative ef
fect which is so beneficial to the sys
tem when, occasionally, its gentle
cleansing is required.
The genuine, always bearing the
name of the California Fig Syrup Co.,
may be purchased from all leading
druggists in original packages of one
size only, price fifty cents per bottle.
Tm Mggesi Pttry Fed M anafactww
fe the wtrid. Try at bag o! his fse&
PURI3A SCRATCH FEED
fcfefcss Kmc Lay
PllRlUA CHICK FEED
Savis Eafey CWcks
(Always ta Cbcktr&Mri lap)
FOR SALE BY X
-VIA EAIL AKD OCEAN
NEW YORK, N. Y.
Via Chicago, Niagara Palis, St. .Lawrence Eiver and
RETUKiSliSrG via steamer to New Orleans or Gal
veston. Retifai Limit ctober 31st. Liberal
Insist on your ticket via Chicago 1- connection with The Grand Trunk
(International Donble Track Route).. For detailed information
apply to your nearest agsnt or write
K. a. ELLIOTT,
FIRST ASST. GEN. PASS. AGENT.
lXi Adams Street
to Be Slaughtered I
EL PASO ST.
Fred "Vanderwork, territory of New
Mexico, intervenor, appellants, vs. J.
3L Hewes and E. O. Dean, appellees,
from Chaves county, the lower court
was sustained In holding with the terri
torial board of water commissioners as
against the territorial engineer, that
seepage waters which appeared recent
ly on the lands of Dean were not sub
Jot t to appropriation forirrigation by
"Vanderwork, as they are not seepage
waters from constructed "works.
Minuter Gets Xew Trial.
In the case of the territory of New
Mexico oTs. Rev. Thomas M. Harwood.
appellant, the judgment of the lower
court was reversed and the case re
troanded for new trial. Harwood had
been indicted and convicted in Valencia
county for officiating at the marriage
of a loyearQld girl.
Tn &"ha rtn rtf Phnrlne: "MelHnl and J.
D. Eakin. appellants, vs. Alex. Frelge J
and Nicolas Freige, involving the claim
of $-00 rent and $100 attorneys' fees
on a building that the appellees had va
cated before their lease was up, was de
cided in fervor of the 'appellees, the
opinion sustaining the lower court, on
the ground that the lease had been
abrogated in consideration of appellees
leaving certain fixtures In the rooms
ROSWELL BOT SHOWS
TALENT AS CARTOONIST.
County Commissioner Purchasing Sup
plies for the New Court Houw
Automobile Parties in Totvu.
Roswell, N. M., Aug. 11. Henry
Puckett, the loyearpld son of Mrs.
G. A. Puckett, has developed talent
as a cartoonist. His work is exhibited
daily in the show window of the Pay
ton drug stoTe.
Ex-goveriwr Herbert J. Hagerman
has returned from an auto trip to El
Paso and Cloudcroft.
Chester Smith has gone to Las Cru
ces to take charge of the "Western
Union Telegraph office at that place.
"W. M. Atkinson, chairman of the!
board if county commissioners Is In
Chicago buying materials for the new
Mrs. J. L. Dow and son, R. C. Dow,
are here from Miami, Ariz. Mrs. Dow
will make her home here with her
older son, city attorney H. M. Dow,
and Robert will return to Washington
and Lee university in September.
TV. TV. Carroll, of San Angelo; A. D.
Brlce, of Sweetwater: M. C. Johnson,
of Fort TVorth, and H. Bentall, of Cole
man. Texas, who are making an auto
tour of western Texas and eastern
New Mexico, have been here sevral
RAINS ARE CONTINUOUS
IN ESTANCIA VALLEY
Store ChnnceH Hands; Entancin Sheriff
Attend Monntnlnnir Chnutauqna;
Many Visitors in Town.
Estancia, N. M., Aug. 11. Heavy rains
accompanied by severe electrical storms
have been frequent throughout the val
ley during; the past ten days. The
long drouth Is broken, but too late to
be of much benefit to the crops. How
ever, it will make fall pastures grow
Eugeno Romero, proprietor of the
Romero planing mill has bought the
merchandise stock of S. A. Goldsmith.
Miss Zella Roberts, teacher in Es
tancia's public schools, has returned
from two montH2" visit at El Paso.
John F. Lasater, T. S. Smith and
sheriff Meyers attended the Chautauqua
at Mountainair this week.
Miss Elmer Tuttle has returned from
a visit with friends in Albuquerque.
Mrs. Fannie Formby and nieces,
Misses Formby and Aaron, of Albu
querque, are here visiting friends.
Rv. Mr. TValker, who lias oeen noia
ing(meetings at Mountainair, has re-
1 turned home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weaver and fam
ily have gone to Rosweii to remain
during the fruit season. -
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Garlyle have left
overland for Farmington and other
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy is today the best
J known medicine in use for the relief
1 and cure of bowel complaints. It cures
j grr'ping-, diarrhoea, dysentery, and
j should be taken at the first unnatural
looseness of thefibowels. It Is equally
j valuable for children and adults. It
j always cures. Sold bv all druggists.
SILVER CITY BOARD
MAKES TAX LEVY
.Apportionment of School
Funds Made Two
Silver City, N. M. Aug. 11. The city
council has made a 20 mill levy for
oenerai and special nurooses for the i
County school superintendent Colin
Neblett has made an apportionment of
SrllOOl funds nmnnnMntr n TOft in
the 31 school districts of the counts-.
Clerk B. "R. VpTinhlo Viae tccnoH fha
election proclamation of the board of I
county commissioners for delegates to
the constitutional convention, and it has
J been mailed to the various precincts for
Dr. Victor F. Mueller, who has been
in charge at the Faywood Hot Springs,
has fitted up office quarters, over the
American National bank and will prac
tice his profession in this city.
Al O'Brien, who recently disposed of
his ranch at Lone Mountain to the
Chino Copper company, left for a visit
with relatives at Omaha, Neb. He will
be absent two months.
Douglas C. Ccdwell, formerly of this
city, has formed a partnership with
W. T. Downing of El Paso in the real
estate and -insurance business.
County surveyor C. E. Johnson hasi
ordered a second edition of his revision
of the Powell & Kingman map of the
southwest. The map has been brought
up to date.
The Grant County Abstract company
has opened offices in the same building1
with tlie TTells-Fargo company, with
C. B. Hickman, the secretary of the
company, in charge.
Theo. TV. Carter, having mining in
terests in this section and a well known
promoter, has gone to New York and
will be absent several -weeks.
TV. J. Cureton, who disposed of his
interests here some weeks ago, is pre
paring to leave for Oregon this week
and may locate there.
J. E. Coffey, a mining operator in the
Mogollon district, is stopping in the
city for some weeks, on account of the
illness of his wife.
H. O. Bursum, chairman of the terri
torial Republican central committee,
and TV. B. "Walton" of the Democratic
committee, have issued a joint letter,
asking for minority representation on
all election hoards and stating that it
Is the desire of both parties to have
a fair, honest election on September
6 for delegates to the constitutional con
vention. Ike Holzman and Miss Nellie Patch-
in were married here at the residence
of judge TV. H. Newcomb. The marriage
was kept secret until the couple had
eluded their friends by getting on the
outgoing train at the stockyards, a
couple ofmiles below town, and speed
ing ,away for Los Angeles, where they-
will spend a couple of week;. Mr. Holz
man Is a well known merchant of this
city and the bride is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Patchin of Albuquerque.
A wedding of prominent parties oc
curred In this city' at the Episcopal
church, when Norman TV. Pronger of
Bas Obispo, canal zone, and formerly
of this county, married Miss Kate Con
way Crawforjj" daughter of one of the
most prominent families of Jhe county.
The newly married couple iwre driven
in an auto to Deming, where they tooh.
the train for New York City. Following
their honeymoon they will make their
home In the canal zone.
The big steam -sewer digger has ac
complished its work here and has been
shipped to Denver for general repairs.
It was loaded on a Santa Fe car, which
shortly afterwards gave way under its
weight of 18 tons. The remainder of
the sewer ditches must be dug by hand,
owing to the rpeky formations, requir
ing considerable blasting and excava
tions. TV. A. Tenney has left with S00 sacks
of cement for the Chino Copper com
pany's big reservoir, located on the old
Holson ranch. It required seven 10
horse teams to haul the big shipment,
which is the largest single shipment of
cement ever unloaded at the local
TV. H. B. Kent, supervisor of the Gila
national forest, has left for a complete
inspection of the reserve. He was re
cently appointed to succeed Mr. Rod
man. Judge A. H. Harllee has returned
from El Paso, where he had been on
legal business pertaining to the Tri
State telephone matter.
HEAVY TUCLniCAItl RAIXS
DA3IAGS SEVERAL STORES
Woman Die After Short Illness; Mil
liner Leases Part of Xeiv Building;
Tucumearl, X. M., Jtug. 11. Tucum
cari and vicinitj- were visited by prob
ably the hardest rain seen here for
many years, three inches of water falling-
within an hour's time. Considerable
damage was done in the downtown dis
trict, Gross-Kelly & Co., wholesale gro
cers, being the largest losers, haiing
their cellars containing several thou
sand dollars worth of staples, com
pletely flooded. Goldenberg & Co., T.
TV. Muirhead. the American Furniture
company, and others on Main street,
were damaged to a less degree. Light
ning struck a windmill in the east part
of town and demolished the fan, shock
ing nearby residents. The old lake bed
east of town, long known to the old
residents of town. Is again filling up,
bidding fair a return of the old state.
The management of the Rock Island
restaurant has again been changed, Tom
Jones, of Chicago, now being in charge.
Mrs. L. Petty, who had been very ill
for several days, died at her home on
South Second street, and "was buried
Thursday, under care of the local lodge
Mrs. R. E Severe, the -milliner, will
ocenpy half of the new Henian building
on West Main street.
MAXY VISITORS IX lARFA.
Marfa, Texas, Aug-. 11. Mr. and Mrs.
E. M. Lancaster and two daughters,
Lena and Linda, have returned to their
home in Lockhart.
Mis, Mary Lee Greenwood, who has
been visiting- relatives in Del Rio for
the past week, has returned home.
Miss Lorena Shannon is visiting- her
father in Shatter.
Miss Ethel Mulhurn is visiting Miss
Murray Greenwood of Alpine is visit
ing his cousin, Robert Greenwood.
Mi&s Mattie Mooney, from the Poole
ranch, is visiting friends in town.
Miss Allie Brown has returned from
an extended visit to friends in Del Rio.
MUOLAViA -Hature's Treatment
where you bathe in black, soft mud
that draws out pain and poison. Thou
sands cured. Big hotel open all year
Send for book. R. R. Kramer. Pres
Kramer, Ind. '
1 JTTHc BOWELS ftKO UYtR & 1
,t25c.50erw,'"l'ii,i'i llfl"nlVi'b Dnxglits B
New Rail Outlet for Toyah
Valley Euns to Sara-
Pecos, Texas, Aug". 11. The Pecos
I Valley Southern railway has the track j
! laid from Pecos City to Saragosa, a ,
distance of 30 miles, and passengers
and freight are now accepted for trans
portation between those points. The
private car of the Swenson Land com
pany, filled with homeseekers from the
north and east, was the first passenger
car to be taken over the line. Regular
service will be installed at once, and
the thousands of tons of alfalfa now
stored can be moved by all rail from
the Toyah -valley to the eastern mar
kets. Formerly the rate for delivering
this product, from the valley to the T.
& P. by freighters was 15 cents per
100. This rate wifl be reduced over
$1.50 per ton, which will be added to
the profits of the grower.
General manager Carwile has made
application for tlie handling of mail,
j and will inaugurate a two tram service
each waj' at once.
There is great activity in the sale
of lots In the new towns of Saragosa
and Balmchea, on the line of the
railroad, arid many and substantial
buildings are being erected in each.
Over 5000 acres has been added to the
acreage in alfalfa in the Toyah valley,
during the past year, and hundreds of
families have settled there.
In addition to the regular mixed train
service, gasoline motor cars will be
used for quick and frequent transpor
tation of passengers, thus giving the
patrons of the line accommodations
equal to interurban service.
A big ce'bration and carnival will
be held at Saragosa, September 17 and
18, in appreciation of this rail connec
tion with the outside world. Arrange
ments are being perfected for the pres
ence of prominent men of the state
i who will address the crowds.
FOE PLATEAU OIL
Excitement Incident to Dis
covery of Oil Has Not
Plateau, Texas, Aug. 11. Drilling for
oil has begun one and a half miles
south of town, the work being delayed
some days awaiting the arrival of a
carload of coal.
Quite a bit of excitement was created
over oil being discovered in a well of
Jno. Mann, who lives about 20 miles
north of Plateau, and it is said an oil
company is taking leases on all lands
obtainable in that section, as well as m
and adjacent to this place.
VALENTINE RANCHMAN HAS
UPPER JAWBONE BROKEN.
Burro Used for Carrying Mail on Ac
count of Impassability of Muddy
Roads Following Heavy Rain.
Valentine, Texas, Aug. 11. Felix
Walker, from the lid. Jones ranch, was
Iradly injured lv a horse throwing him
into a wire rfence. One uppsr jawbone
was broken, a number of teeth .were
knocked out, while numerous painful
bruises were sustained. The injured man
was brought fo the bouse ot Airs. Lou
Folej' and is under the care of Dr.
(jleorge 13. Graves.
llea rains are falling over Valentine.
The adjoining ranches all report a. splen
did downpour in their various sections
of the country.
Owing to the heavy rainfall .between-
alentine and the Candelarias. the stage
whidi carries the mail could no-D get
through, so the mail was brought in on
Y. T. Jones leaves' tonight for El
Paso, where he will have his injured
shoulder examined through an X-ray.
C. C Jones has returned from Fort
Dais, where he has been attendin"
-lrij. Lillie Howard, who has been at
tending t'le Alpine normal, is visiting
Mrs. P. T. Soruill. prior to her depar
ture to EI Paso, where she will soon be
engaged in school work.
E. A. Pool's mouher, who has been
here visitin; relatives and friends for
frixn ivvolr lio -i-nf.unnwl -frk li lii..i
.,,- At,i. T6,n
Dr. and Mrs. George B. Graves are
guests at t-he ranch home of lr. and
.Mrs. J. Z. Means.
!Mhs Willie McNeil of Valley Mills.
Texas, who has been visiting Mr. anj
Mi's. W. L. Cass ha- left for San An
tonio for a visit with i datives.
Mrs. H. J. Passmore and children, who
hae been visiting at Hie Home of Mr.
and Mrs. B. (5. Parker, have returned
to their home at Golirtd. Texas.
R. A. Pool is hauling Jumper to his
newh- acquired ranch, i5 miles from Val
entine. Mr. Pool will soon begin the
erection of a modern residence.
M. E. Steel is in from his ranch and
reports splendid rains and prass grow
ing rapidly as a result.
J. H. Gray and family. who mtjved to
Las Cruces last April, are returning to
Valentine to make their future home
ItOS,rELTi CHILD VAXTS
MOTHER'S GRAVE GREEX.
Contribute Her Hte Toward
chiise ot a Pumplnjc IMnnt
to Supply "Water for Cemetery.
Roswell, N. M, Aug. 11. The wo
men of the Cemetery association, who
are raising a fund of 1000 for a new
pumping plant in the Southside ceme
tery here, have already secured over
The smallest subscription was one
cent which was given by a little bare
foot girl who said she wanted to help
to keep the cemetery green, as her
mama was buried there. She got away
without disclosing her identity.
STILL ANOTHER BURGLARY
IS REPORTED AT ROSWELL.
Roswell, N. M., Aug. 11. A burglar
entered the furniture and general
store of Hills & Dunn, on Main street
Entrance 'was effected by breaking
open a Avindow with an iron bar. A
re'olver and a large amount of cut
lery was stolen. Three guns left on
the floor next to the window show
that the burglar made a hurried exit.
NEWS OF SOLOIIOXVILLE.
Solomon ville, Ariz., Aug. 11. Mrs. ,C.
W. Davis, of Globe, Ariz., is visiting
the Massey family. Mrs. Davis lived
here several years ago.
Mrs. Carrie Robinson of Willeox, ArJz.,
is visiting Mrs. and Miss Yett. Mrs.
Robinson is a teacher jn the Willcox
John- D. Williams, county treasurer,
has returned from a short visit to the
Iodlan Hot Springs.
Miss Edna Barney of Thatcher is vis
iting her cousins at the "Barney place,"
west of town.
Mrs. Juan Van Order is -ery m at
her home in Sanchez.
John Van Order has arrived from
Gleason, having been ealled home on
account of the serious Illness of his
I JarrelL B
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W- Je&S. S ;rs-l iOfci
m l ? $: ?--'
Men's & Boy3' Summer
85c lisle and silk ribbed shirts
drawers. G5j- each or rf
two for z
G5c ribbed lii? shirts
and draw ers for . .
B. V. D. shirts and drawers for
men is the coolest ycu o Q
can buy; on Decial nle at 2
35v' lisle ribbed, shirts and mesh
shirts and drawers; J
on sale at J
25c apecial lot of boys' Balbrigan
shirts and drawers:
on sale at
Two' Bisbee Sisters Marry
Two jMiners in Salt Lake.
Bisbee, Ariz., Aug. 11. The last as
sessment levied m tins territon- shos j
an increase of over $3,000,000. Maricopa
count; has an increase of nearly $2,000,-
nno 'i'ruAy;., onmit .f,.?c fw , .ii,o
list, its wealth benig $1S.258,714.9G. The
total assessment for 1910 is $S5,913,
5S9.G3, agiiinst ?S2,GS4,0G2.5G for the
3 ear 1909.
Repair work on the citj reservoir will
Pe sorted at once.
A report of tlie sanitarium commit
tee cf the Knights of Coumruus recom
mends Ari7xma as the place for a tuber
Heavy ramhi!L are reported from dif
ferent points of aoiHhern Arioila.
Cnught b the rain Vtliilc on his prop
erty. Karl Scarkcr. the o'Aiier of some
miiwng claims in tills district, is .erious
ly ill, and it is feared that pneumonia
ford was received bv M. T. Higgoj
3 esterduy that ii:- trtvo daughters, l-mima
and Louise, have become the Avives oi
two miners in Salt Lake City.
C.J. Dudle' Avas arresled on the charge
of lobbery. J. Itule charges him ith
haAMiig opened the cash register in hrs
pool hall. ,
If is announced that the Elks' build
ing will bs ready for occupancy in less
than two months.
Jack (lOvhenK. late umpire for the J
Cactus league, is going to Los Anireles to
Vincent J. Lotar, T. H. Spnulding and
a feAV other English miners haA'e left
Biec for San Francisco. AA'hence thoA'
will go to South Africa to AAork in the
has always been
CELEBRATED' great success
STOMACH in casoa of
&JP 11 I iss i wGas en Stomach,
to try a bottle
Lowcrt Fare betweca SAN FRANCISCO.
SEATTLE, LOS ANGELES.
SAN DIEGO and otter CoaU Gfc'a
Berth and Meats Included
TRIPS EAST BY SEA AND RAIL
j Don't wait until steamets are sold out
Write quick for fares and reservations
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
112 Market St. SAN FRANCISCO
Try Herald Want Ads.
Men's, youths' and boys' Spring and Slimmer
Clothing must be sold. You may think our reduc
tions too great to be true. These are" broken lots
of this spring and summer styles and it will pay
us to sell them at a big loss rather than carry
them over. If you need a suit don't fail to see
These Prices Begin Tomorrow, August lfc
$Pj $27.50 men's high grade hand
V V, ,-feaiIored worsted $ Q OK
k suits for p 1. O s t O
$25.00 high grade haitj tailored
fine worsted suits d? "fl &7 f P?
on sale at . P" i ex-x
$22.50 fine hand tailored worsted
:fs..m: .r:k $18.95
?20.00 suits, come in pure all wool
worsted, fir3tclass d a A f Ff
styles, for . .
$1S.50 suits, made of pttr? all wool
a orsted, on sale 1 Q OK
$17.50 suits, come in pre all wool
worsted, suits well (fr -J QP
made, on sale at
$10.50 suits, nice all wool worsted
sale at . .v. . .
fe i y lK
. . p JLo a-
all wool wor-atetl
$13.50 suits, nice worsted, made
with all the new
ideas, on sale at
$12.50 suits made of
f I .pure worsted for . .
y-i-v.wv nn lui anvil
and vouths for. . . .
Men's Odd Pants
$6.50 men's odd
trousers mr v ao
5.00 trousers, made with and
without cuffs, SQ Qg
?4.00 and $4.50 trousers, gotl
$3.50 troupers, all
wool worsted, for .
$3.QC pints for men
on sale at
$2.50 pants for men
on sile at
20c All Straw Hats for Mexv
ROSWELL THIEF STEALS
COSdnlUinON SERVICE SET.
Hagerman Man Marries Soswell Woman
Prominent Railroad Magnate Visits
Kis Son Other Visitors.
Roswell. X. M.. Au. 11. A thief en
tered the Christian ehurca and stole one i
of tfce silver comm-union service sets and
helned himself to various other things, i
C. M. Davenport, manager, of the al
Lfaifa'nieal factirv at llagerman, and
1 Miss Etta Pitt of tnis city were married ;
' bv Rev. P. T. Ransey. minister of the !
southern M. E. church of Roswell. The
bride is the daughter of Sidney Pitt, thp
well known cattleman. The couple left
for Hagerman. Avhere thc3 Avill make
Harold Hurd. receiver of the United
States kind office, returned from a trip
to his old home in Masvelr.ietts.
Eb. h'-pink, prominent land man of J
Jacksonville. 111.. Aho has extensiA-e j
property interests in the Pecos valley. 1
returned to his heme after a trip looking ,
into his business affairs here. i
J. W. Nicholas anil J. W. Livintou i
left for Livingston. Wis., to close siut ,
their business affairs, and will return ,
inurediatch- and locite in Roswell.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Brooks hive
gone to Oklahoma City, AAherc they Avill
Mr. John B. FeldeV, aaIio has been
here fcr nearh a A'ear Avith her brother,
A. II. Morris, "left for El Paso. A-here she
will locate permanently.
Mrs. Jack Cupp has returned to EI
Pasn. after spending four months here
Miss Roberta Gardner left for Putnam.
Texas, Avhere she will niake an extended '
S. H. Chishclm. the Muillionaire rail- j
road magnate, is here for a visit Avith
his son. Clifton Chiholm, at his farm
southwest of Roswell. !
F. S. Harrelson of Belton. Mo., is here !
Aisiting his cousin, J. L. Leonard. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. SteAvarfc Davis have I
returned from a Aisit to their old home j
nt Ds Moines. la. i
S. R. Mcllhinney returned to his home
at CroAAiey, La., after a visit wit'h his J
brother. A. 0. Mcllhinney. j
Misses EAa and NeM fireer returned to ;
their home at Maryvihe, Tenn.. after a
Aiit oif ;CA-eral Aveeks.
Mis Clara Shahaeker lias returned
J from a tAA-o months' Aisit at Independ
ence, jn. o'lic aiso visueu ac vitiiita,
The neAv Nimitz theater has opened.
Let u sugrsres a dainty frc&n dessert.
Phone the Elite an" tlm
Everybody has his own Summer Concerts at Home,
if he owns an
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE
Buy one on the Easy Paonent Plan.
I W. G. Wlz Company
I Talking Machine Dept: 103 El Paso Street.
I August Records Xow on Sale.
o S. Oregon St.
S2.00 pants for boys d -J 7 A
$1.G5 and ?1.75boys' d - OP
pants on sale- at P A wO
$1.50 boys' pants Q Og
on sale at tpl,jO
$1.25 boys' pants Q
on sale at wOC
$1.00 boys' pants OP
on sale at OOC
You -will need a school suit for
the boys and it will pay you well
to aee these
$10.00 suits, made of fine wrr-
sted, medium licht
shades on sale at .5UOU
$8.50 boys' nice all worstel suits,
peg top pants, medium shades;
$.o0 boA-s' worsted sui4i, mate
rials ate medium
weight worsteds, for
$G.50 suits; come in worsted and
blue serges; good J CO.
makes, for tpfr.OJ
$5.00 suits; -worsteds and serges;
sale fc q gf r
$4.00 suits; worsteds
and serges, for
$3.50 suits; worsteds (frO 7 ?
and casltmeres, for. . . $ I O
Men's teialf Hose
25e. 1 special lot of men's lace
Itose for ISc; 2 O gf
25c. 1 specinl lot of "men's Q
tan and black hose . iOC
1 lot of 'all linen hand- - f
kerchiefs. 12 l-2c value .ivC
and Boys HALF PRICE
ii. F. Ross, of Waco, brother of the
late Gov. Ross .of Texas, is a uest at
tho residence of TV. P. Glenn. S19 Ari
zona street. Mr. Ross is accompanied
by 21rs. Ross and his aaugnter. illss
Mary Ross, who is a staff-i writer for
the Waco Times-Herald.
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bleeping Cars to
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Si. Louis, Mo.
OIL BUItXIXG LOCOMOTIVES
City Ticket Office
St. Regis Hotel
"The Philippines as I Saw
Them," by General James F.
Smith. ex-Governor of the Philip
pines, and ''GilifornaVs- Black
Gold, the Romance of the Oil
Wells,' by Walter V. Weelke. In
Sunset Magazine for August, noAv
on sale at all news stands, fifteen
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