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Main Store Grocery Dept., 4340; Meat Dept., 4346.
Store No. 2 Grocery Dept., 4717; Meat Dept., 4714.
Regulator of Low Prices
Telephone to the Eyster Store Nearest Your Home
Sugar, best granulated, 20 lbs $1.00
Grape Fruit, extra large Floridas, 3 for 25c
Cranberries, Cape Cod stock, per quart 10c
English Walnuts, latest crop, lb 20c
Mexican Speckled Beans, per lb 5c
Potatoes, smooth and firm, 12 lbs 25c
Blue Ribbon Eggs, guaranteed, doz 35c
Blue Ribbon Butter, 2 lbs 75c
Beach Nut Jellies and Jams, regular 20c kind. . . 15c
Del Monte Catsup, elegant; pint bottle. '. 20c
Grape Jelly, really home made, per glass ! 0c
Currant Jelly, really home made, per glass 1 2Jc
Plum Jelly, realty home made, per glass 12c
Lump Starch,"4 lbs 25c
Canned Frmts, 3-lb cans, any kind or asstd., 3 for 50c
Little Cherab Peas, extra fine, 3 cans , 50c
Toilet Paper, 4 rolls (4000 sheets) . , 25c
Fresh Vegetables, of all varieties, received daily.
Lamb, choice, for stew, per lb 1 0c
Veal, choice, for stew, per lb 1 0c
Beef, choice, for stew, per lb 1 0c
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1361.
- CAPITAL, SURPLUS AWD PROFITS, S2G0.000.
INTEEEST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
C. R. MOSEHEAD, President. C M. BASSETT, Vice President
JOSEPH MAGOFFHf, V. Pxes. GEO. D. FXORY, CasMex.
L. J. GILCHRIST. Asst Cashier.
"If Ye Want le Know the Value of a Dollar Trv to Borrow
One." Benjamin Franklin.
There bt no seed to borrow IX yera start to save.
Save and have, says Me household word; save aad thrive, says
another; save money and succeed, says still another, and so on,
ringing endless changes on the one theme
SAVE! SAVE! SAVE!
We Pay 4 Interest, Compounded Twke a Year.
EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
$66.50 Washington and Return
Oh Sale Feb. 26-27-28 March 1.
Make Pullman Reservations Now
BE HELD AT POET
Examinations will be In progress next
week at Fort Bliss for officers seeking
promotions. Three captains will take
the examination for their majority, and
two lieutenants will seek promotion.
Captains Thomas M. Corcoran, of the
13th cavalry, stationed at Fabens; E. L.
Phillips, of the 13the cavalry, stationed
at Lang's ranch. New Mexico, and
Capt. Charles W. Fenton, of the second
cavalry, at the post, will take the ex
amination for piomotion to be majors.
First lieutenant George F. Bailey, of
the second cavalry, will take the ex
amination for captain and second Hen-
$7 and $11
Suits & Overcoats
$15 Clothes Shop
197 S4.X ANTOXIO ST.
Harris KrBPP, Prop.
Durham Guaranteed Eggs 30c
Durham Creamery Butter, 2 lbs 75c
Granulated Sugar, 20 lbs. $1.00
Chicken Tamales, 7 cans 50c
Leys Haru Packed Tomatoes, o. 2, 3 cans 25c No. 3, 2 cans for . .25c
All orders by mail grten special attention.
tenant F. S. Snyder, also of the second.
will pass 'the examination for first
lieutenant. The examination will con
tinue through the week and a part of
the following week.
SAM SMALL TO
Ijuna CoBBty to Supply Fifty Road
Drags to Farmer to Use In Im-
prevlDR County Itoads.
Seining, New Mexico. Feb. 17. Rev.
Sam W. Small, bf Atlanta, Ga., one of
the heat known of revivalists, will be
In Denting for 16 dayh commencing
Feb. IS. He will conduct services at
the First Methodist church and at the
Lun county is to furnish 59 road
drags to farmers who will agree to
use them in improving the roads in
The Ferry Year Test.
An article must have exceptional
merit to survive for a period of forty
years Chamberlain's uiupn itemedy
was first offered to the public in 1872.
From a small beginning it has grown
in favor and popularity, until it has
attained a worldwide reputation. You
will find nothing better for a cough or
cold. Try it and you will understand
whv It is a favorite after a period of
more than forty years. It not only
(rives relief it cures. For sale by all
Th man who fears he will do more
than his salary alls for will never have
muth salary to call for.
EOHEE CHER KILLS 115. PHILLIP
U WHO REJECTED IB LOVE
Ends His Own Life After Killing Only Woman He Ever
Loved, According to His Dying Declaration Could
Not Bear to See Her Happy With Man of her Choice.
Telephones Her Sister of Tragedy After Kill
ing Mrs. Gibson and Shooting Himself.
"She is the best woman in the world.
I couldn't have her and nobody else
cculd have her." With this declaration
to Jim Page as his reason for klHing
Mrs. Phillip Gibson, George Caven hav
ing already shpt himself in the head, sent
a bullet into his own breast at 6:56 Sat
urday night at the home of his sister,
Mrs. Paul Traylor, 1417 Montana street.
Mrs. Gibson was already dead in the
hall of the same house. Cavin died three
hours later in a hospital.
After killing Mrs. Gibson and once
shooting himself, Caven dragged him
self to the telephone on the stairs at
his sister's home and, calling central,
asked for 2973, the home of G. W.
Crutcher. father of the woman he had
slain, and when the telephone was an
swered by Miss Helen Crutcher. he
sobbed out: "I have killed Pauline and
shot myself. By the time you get here,
we will both be done for."
Then he staggered down the stairs
placed a pillow beneath the bead
of the woman he had slain, went to his
trunk and looked at some papers, fired
a second shot into his own breast and
fell close to the dead body of Mrs.
Gibson, where he was still lying when
coroner B. B. McClintock arrived a few
minutes later. 1 want to be placed on
a bed. I am dying," he murmured as
the coroner bent over him.
A few minutes later as he was being
placed in the ambulance to be conveyed
to the hospital. Caven opened his eyes
and recognized the father of his vic
tim, who had hurried in his automobile
from his home, 3S00 Bliss street, and
said: "I did it because I loved her."
This was the last he said so far as
known, dying later, unconscious from
the moment he had spoken to the grief
He had Just said to the police as they
were placing him in the ambulance. "I
am drunk. I shot her because I loved
The tragedy was the culmination of
an unrequited love affair that had torn
Caven s heart for 15 years. Caven, Mrs.
Gibson, who was then Miss Pau
line Crutcher, and Phillip Gibson,
present husband of the slain woman,
were all children together in Dallas,
where Mr. Crutcher was at one time
mayor. They went to school together
and attended young folks' parties to
gether. The families were all friends,
among the oldest families there. Caven
and Gibson were both suitors for the
hand of Miss Crutcher, who was then
only in her teens.
The Runaway Wedding.
One night, 12 years ago, Phillip Gib
son and Pauline Crutcher ran away
and were married, her parents opposing
any wedding because of her youth.
Mr. Gibson's dead mother's wedding
ring became the ring with which he
pledged his love to his bride; this ring
was on her finger when she was killed
At the time of the wedding Kiss
Crutcher was only IS years of age.
Caven disappeared and for a time it was
believed that he had ended his life, but
later he returned to Dallas, after Mr.
Gibson and his bride had gone to Mexico
to live. Then the Gibsons went to
Cuba for a residence of several
years; then to Brazil. Meantime, Caven.
whose interest in the opposite sex ap
peared to have vanished entirely, went
to Mexico and went Into business. A lit
tle over a year ago he come to El
Paso. The Gibsons had returned to
Dallas from Cuba and Mr. Gibson was
connected with the Buick Sales com
Gibsons Come to El Paso.
Mrs. Gibson's parents decided to
move to SI PascTand came here a year
ago last fall shortly after Caven came
here from Mexico. The Crutcher fam
ily lived for almost a year in the
Brazos flats, moving to their new Bliss
street home only recently. Phillip Gib
son, in the fall of 1911, was offered a.
position on the Mexico North Western
road by his old employer, general traf
fic manager T. R. Ryan, for whom he
had worked in Mexico, and he came,
tco. to Bl Paso, with his wife and little
son, Phillip, Jr., aged 18, They bought
a home at 2909 Bliss street and were
living very happily. Caven's sisters,
Mrs. Paul Traylor and Miss Jennie
Caven, had moved here, too, and -soon
the Gibson, Crutcher and Caven fam
ilies were exchanging visits as former
friends of the past naturally would.
Families Were Friendly.
Caven. his two sisters and his mother,
who visited them here for a time, fre-
Suently visited with the Gibson and
rutcher families. Cavin was often
with Mr. Gibson, and when Gibson was
Initiated into the Elks a. few weeks
ago, Caven, a member of the order, .es
corted Gibson through the lodge in the
initiatory exercises. Caven bought a
Buick automobile from Gibson during
the past winter and frequently called
for the Gibsons to ride with himself
and his family. Apparently he had for
gotten the old love he held for Mrs.
Gibson. He was drinking heavily, how
ever, at times, and his surviving rela
tives say that seeing her happy with
his former rival was the cause of it.
Two weeks ago Caven went to San An
tonio, for the announced intention of
entering a sanitarium. Friday he re
turned. Accidental Meeting "With Caven.
Saturday afternoon about 1 oclock,
Caven met Mrs. Gibson on the streeb He
was clearly very excited, and under the
influence of liquor. Mrs. Gibson had
come to the city to take lunch with
her husband at 12:80, and. Just as she
and Mr. Gibson were about to enter an
automobile at the International Auto
company's sales rooms in the Toltec
building a man dropped in for a car
demonstration, and Mrs. Gibson con
cluded that she would lunch alone, and
tcld her husband she would meet him
again at 7 oclock to accompany him
home. She then went to her lunch, and
It was after ranching that she met
Mr- and Mrs.
tf" Mj Bm9bSrP9k. AsfllssCllmH
Caven on the street. He Insisted that
he was going to end his life: that
he could no longer bear to see her
happy -with another man. '
Fears Scene on Street.
Fearing to create a scene. Mrs. Gib
son told him he must go to his sisters,
and got him to accompany her there on
a street car. His condition was ap
parent to the sisters and the three
women made efforts to get him to lie
down and rest. He vowed that he
could not live without Mrs. Gibson, but
later calmed down to such an extent
that he said he would pack his grips
and leave Bl Paso forever. He was in
duced to rest in the parlor and the two
sisters and Mrs. Gibson visited for a
time, to give him a chance to go to
sleep. During the afternoon Mrs. Gib
son tried to sMp out and leave, accord
ing to Mrs. Traylor, Caven's sister, but
he was up in a flash, followed her and
brought her back, declaring he would
kill himself if she left.
The killing of Mrs. Gibson.
Shortly before time to meet bar
husband. Mrs. Gibson came into the
hall, passing the door where Caven was
supposed to be asleep, and went to the
telephone. Joe Page wa3 Just going
up the stairs and heard her say to the
sisters as she turned away from the
phone: "No. I won't dd it. I was going
to telephone Phil (Mr. Gibson), but ho
might come out. and George is drunk
and there might be trouble." She then
quietly slipped out of the door and
Page heard Caven Jump from the lounge
in the parlor and say: "She has gone
again. Where did she go?" Caven rushed
out and Page went up the stairs, not
suspecting any trouble and not know
ing who Mrs. Gibson was. He had
little moro than reached the top of
the stairs, when Page heard a hammer
ing on the front door, as if some one
was frantically trying to get it opened;
then several revolver shots, and a
woman's scream. When Page came
down, Mrs. Gibson was lying on the
floor dead; Caven was standing over
her with a pistol in his hand. Page
asked him what he had done and he
exclaimed: "She was the best woman in
the world. I couldn't have her and no
body else could have her."
Caven had already shot himself in
the head, after shooting Mrs. Gibson,
rarcn Calm After Traccdv.
"What are you going to do7" asked
T am going to kill myself," Caven
promptly and calmly replied.
Page advanced towards him. re
monstrating, and he pointed the revol
ver towards Page, who retreated up
the stairs. Meantime, the two sisters
of Caven had rushed out of the door,
screaming. In a few second Page heard
three other shots and he knew that
Caven had carried out his threat. As
Page came down the stairs, Caven was
Just falling beside the dead body of
Mrs. Gibson. Meantime. Caven had
called the Crutcher home on the tele
phone and told them what he had
done. As he walked about, the blood
had spurted on the stairs, on the wall
near the telephone and over the floor.
Slain "Woman Utters Four Words.
Mrs. Traylor. sister of the slayer
suicide, tells the story of what hap
pened directly after Caven shot Mrs.
Gibson. Hearing the pounding on the
front door, which was of the night
latch variety, and then the shots, Mrs.
Traylor rushed to the door and opened
It. Mrs. Gibson fell into her arms with
the exclamation: "He has killed me."
and Mrs. Traylor, half dragging, Jialf
supporting the dying woman, led her
to trie dining room, wnere Airs, uid
son's dead body fell In a heap, in the
doorway. Mrs. Traylor then ran out
of the house. Caven who had already
shot himself in the head and had fol
lowed the dying Mrs. Gibson inside, his
revolver in his hand, exclaimed to one
of Mrs. Traylor's children: "There's the
woman I loved," and pointed to the
floor at the dead body.
Bulletu in the Door.
Then he placed a pillow under Mrs.
Gibson's head and went to the tele
phone, after which he shot himself in
the chest and fell beside her body.
Investigation later showed two bul
let holes in the front door, about three
feet high. The inference is that when
Caven followed Mrs. Gibson outside the
last time, he drew the revolver and told
her he was going to kill her and that
sbe ran to get into the door and he
fired as he followed her. His shots
must have been fired as he mounted
the cement steps to the porch, of which
there are several, for they are too low
in the door to have come from a man
standing on the porch on a level with
his victim. Two bullets entered the
body of Mrs. Gibson,. both entering the
side and passing through the body. One
shot passed through her left arm as
it entered her body. A third bullet
grazed the abdomen of the victim. The
weapon need was a .32 caliber auto
matic. Cavin Shot Himself Twice.
The bullet which was responsible for
the death of Caven entered between the
third and fourth rib on the right side,
cutting the latter in two as it made
its,. exit through the back near the
spinal column. Another bullet had en
tered two inches back of the right ear
and two inches above it, cutting the
scalp and making its exit about one
inch from the place where it entered.
This is the bullet he fired immediate
ly after killing Mrs. Gibson, and from
which he bled as he walked about the
house arranging a pillow for her and
telephoning to her home.
Coroner McClintock stated that evi
dence would be taken In the case fol
lowing the burial ceremonies.
Caven's body was taken to Dallas
Monday morning for interment, being
accompanied by Mrs. Traylor. Mrs. Gib
son will be buried in Evergreen, Tues
day morning at 10:29, Rev. Henry Eas
Surviving Relative of Mr. Gibson.
Mrs. Gibson is survived by her father
and mother, a young brother and two
sisters. living at 3800 Bliss street, and
her husband and little son, who also
live there, as well as a brother and
sister in Dallas and another brother
at Henderson, Tex. The Gibsons moved .
Into the Crutcher home about a month 1
ago. on the earnest solicitation of Mr.
and Mrs. Crutcher, after & son, Tom
Crutcher, left home for east Texas, as j
there was plenty of room and Mrs. i
Crutcher and Mrs. Gibson were very
much devoted. Tom is now traveling
with a quartet on a vaudeville circuit
and was in Henderson, Tex.. Saturday
when he received the news of the
tragedy. Harry Gibson, a brother, and
Mrs. Lurs. Roberts, a married sister,
ll.f. I. TU1U, Ula. C4It. n.,.4 t7al.n
110 Jit iiiuw- ."A.nvcs avui.A. auu .lacci .
Crutcher are the two sisters living
here. Richard is tne young brother
When the tragedy occurred. Miss
Edith was down town for supper with
Joe Sheldon. Afterwards they took a
ride and they did not learn of the af
fair until four hours after it had oc
curred, when they returned home at
11 oclock, Just as the undertakers were
bringing in the dead body. The shock
to the young girl was very severe.
Relatives of Gibson.
Mr. Gibson has no relatives here, buU
nis tamer ana a sister ana nan orotner
survive him in Dallas. His half broth
err Shelby Gibson, will arive to
night; also his brotherlnlaw, A. S.
Wagner, who formerly lived in Bl Paso
and was then general agent of the
Texas & Pacific railway here. Mr.
Wagner is now manager of a big trans
fer company in Dallas.
Mrs. J. D. Swope, step-grandmother
of Mrs. Gibson, step-mother of Mrs.
Crutcher, arrived Sunday night from
Alamogordo and will remain until after
the funeral. In addition to Mr. Gibson's
brother and brotherlnlaw. who will ar
rive tonight, some brothers and sisters
of Mrs. Gibson will arrive either to
night or tomorrow morning.
Caven was formerly employed as a
real estate salesman for Hawkins Bros.,
but lately had been in business for
himself, first being a member of the
firm of Caven Bros., theft of the firm of
Stewart. Traylor & Caven. with offices
in the Mills building. "Besides the two
sisters who were In the house at the
time of the shooting, another sister.
Miss Agnes Caven, survles him; also
Tom, the brother who was in business
here with him;J)ave, another brother,
and his mother, all living now in Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Gibson were very de
voted to each other and their home
life had always been beautiful. Gibson
always boasted that they were "chums,"
which, he often said, was hi: Idea of su
preme happiness for a married couple
His pet name for his wife was "Fair
One." Only a few days ago he was
talking to some friends about how he
had always liked to travel a good deal
and that she had always been agreeable
to his moods m changing from place to
place and had been so companionable
She had not the slightest fear of harm
from Caven or any idea that he bad
not forgotten his old love, until he ap
proached her Saturday. She had fre
quently remarked to acquaintances that
she did not care to have Caven himself
come to the house so often as he was
a drinker and she did not like the in
fluence on her husband. However, she
said that she had always liked his fam
ily and was doing her best not to of
fend him because of the family.
AS GEN. FOREMAN
Hayden, Arir Feb. 17. B. H. Dozen
bach, general foreman for the Ray Con-
suuuaitu vupH cuwfnur, uw severfu t
111a cuanecuon wur uric company 10
take a position as assistant superin
tendent of Uie mill on the Butte-Cor-bin
properties near Butte, Montana.
Mr. Dozen bach has been a resident of
Hayden for the past two and a half
years having come here from the Utah
Copper company as classifier man.
L. J. Dealing, formerly Concentrate
foreman, has been appointed to the
position oCgeneral foreman faoaled by
"Walter Nash has been appointed by
the local school board to act as census
marshal, and has already begun the
work of getting the names of all child
ren In Hayden and San Pedro of school
The daily stage line betwen Ray and
Superior will shortly be hesumed, four
horses will be -p,nt Into service on the
stage, one leaving each camp each day.
H. H .McDonald of the Ray Stables, had
one on before the fire at Ray, but had
to discontinue the run temporarily.
The local members of the Hayden
Gun olub -are practicing every, evening
in hope of defeating the Ray team at
the shoot next month. Reports have
come from Ray to the effect that one
member of the team of that tows has
made as high as 35 birds oat of a pos
No new cases of smallpox have been
reported and the health officer trusts
that the siege of that disease Is now
over and that no new cases will come
J. S. Bordwell, chief clerk of the
American Smelting and Refining com
pany, and F. K. Pot, paymaster for
the Ray Consolidated Copper company,
have been appoinaed deputy tax col
lectors to assist (assessor Duncan in
this end of the county. On account of
the poor facilities for travel between
Globe and this end of the county depu
ties in various official capacities are
being appointed to cover the Hayden
W. W. Duncan, formerly manager of
the San Pedro branch store for the
Hayden Supply company, has severed
his connection with that company and
has a position as assistant assessor.
To C A. Peterson, to erect a three
story apartment bouse, north Stanton
and Montana: estimated value $33,000.
To Perry-Kirkpatrick Realty com
pany, to build three dwellings. Wheel
ing and Kentucky; estimated value
To J. C Hansen, to erect two brick
bungalows. Manzana street, block 51,
East Rl Paso; estimated value, 34000.
Fabens, Texas Cyrus H. Jones and
Lee H. Orndorff. to H. P. Jackson and
H. L. Camp, undivided one-half inter
est Jn surveys 12( and 137, San Elisano
grant; also lot 23, block 3, south half
of block 3. all of block "A." all of lots
1. 14. IS. 1. block 5. lot 29 to 33 in
clusive, block S; lots 1 to S, inclus
ive: block 7, 8 to 14 inclusive, block
8: lots 17 to 26, inclusive block 9 to 16.
and 17 to 19 inclusive, block 10; 26 to
27. inclusive, block 11; lot 5, 6 and 2&
to 32, inclusive 13: all of block 14; ail
in Fabens townsite: consideration. $10;
Feb. K, 1913 On the same date and
for the same consideration an undi
vided one-fifth interest was conveyed
in the same property to Lee H. Orn
dorff by H. P. Jackson and H. D. Camp.
Kl Paso county. Texas James B.
Brady to W. J Buie, lots S to 10 in
clusive, block 33, Manhattan Heights;
consideration, $1426; Feb. 14, 1913.
Southwest corner of Sacramento and
THvision streets L. H. Vanderwerf to
J J Gandy, northerly 80 feet of lots
17 to 21. inclusive, block 134. Highland
park; consideration. 33000; Jan. 27. 1913.
Kl Paso county. Texas L. K Glbbs
to C C. Knight, W. J. Bulloek and C
R. Wood, sections 19 to 23, Incluslre.
Mock 44, public school land; considera
tion. $1600; Dec. IS. 1912.
Kl Paso county. Texas-C S. Pratt
and husband to A. E. Pratt, undivided
interest In section 13, block 1-3,
;ui'.lic school land; consideration, SSOO:
Fib 10. 1913
Northwest corner or Montana street
inl Tnnlo wnue O W Pickering
nn.l v if. to 1 M Hichardson. Jr.. lot
If. ipl i istcih J 1 feet Of lot 15. block ,
(""tton ,1'mm, consideration.
I let nscil t "We!.
Sebastian it . mil Romona Valla.
V(om.! HeM Ucenel
134 Neff i. .. 400 North Santa Fe
t eet, Reo truck.
IT r H Bradley Jr , 1700 Rain
t fie i.assentrt r Premier.
I otl i v intre. 1415 Wjom-
-r,.t In. Inn i .t r ycle
Ti- T i ., i,ham 111 Noith t
rxl, ZC I N
Fair Treatment &
Pi'esh Texas Eggs, per dox
Strictly Israeli Yard Eggs,
per lb i
Seeded Raisins and
Currants, per lb ....
Valley Honey . . .
El Paso Brooms
Or for Highland Park.
Only One Way to
Beach the raw, tender, in
flamed membrane infested
with Catarrh germs, and de
You can't reach the Books
and crevices with Squid
preparations there is oedy
one way breathe the germ
destroying air of Booth's
HYOMEE (proBOttBee it
High-o-me) directly over the
inflamed and germ iaffested
HYOMEI eeaiaiBS bo
opium, cocaine or other
harmful drags, it is a bal
samic air Bade of Austra
lian eucalyptus, thymol, and
some Listerias, aafecpties.
It is guaranteed to eud the
misery of Catarrh and
Croup, or mosey back. Ifs
fme for Colds and Coughs.
Ask about Booth's HYO
MEI outfit today it . is
only $1.00. iJxtra bottles,
if later needed, 50 seats.
Druggists everywhere. Just breathe it
bo stomach dosing. Kelly & Pollard
guarantees it. Advertisement.
Noble street; Feb. 11. '
To Mrs. Francisca Quintans, 316 An
thony street; Jan. 25.
SHOVED IN PHOENIX
Phoenix, Arts., Feb. IT. Phoenix was
flooded with forged checks a few days
ao by a man who used the name of
E. L. James. John Roolin O. D. Lynn
and half a dozen others. So far JJ84.5S
worth of the checks have been turned
over to the authorities. All were
signed H. D. Patton. the name of a
well known contractor. The forger
wore lime stained clothes, which dis
M. POSBXBR. RETURNS.
3C Posener. of the White House Mil
linery Department, accompanied by his
head designer and her staff of assist
ants, arrived in Bl Paso this morning.
In conversation 'with, Mr. Poeener be
said that he visited not only the prin
cipal millinery stores in Xew York bat
those in Chicago as well, and the aul
llnery shown this Spring, at "The White
House" would equal any he saw adv.
No roofing paper like Congo.
WITH CLOSE ITTTING TOPS
15o.. 2for2Sc. Chiett.PcabodTCo.
slH ! H
Uncle Sam wants every patriotic citizen to see the
making of a President at Washington, March 4, when the
National Capital w21 be at its liveliest and best.
Notables from all over the world will be present;
something interesting constantly happening.
The trip may be made at reduced fares over
At RedHced rares eVnAjS
in West w SVe travelers the benefit
of reduced iares K ttiey ask for tickets
over PeeaiyKaaia Lines.
Cky Passenger Office
907 Street teeth Street
TdcfWe Mia 578
per doz. .: 40c
per eaa ...
per earn ............
Okra awl Tomatoes,
per can .........
2 for 25c
40c, 50c and 60c
Phone 16S5 and 1SS2.
Phone 668 or 634
She Knew From Experience
Just What Was Needed.
Describes One Re
Watoaga, Ofela. Mrs. Ida Bol
fiager, of this Iowa, raakes the follow
ing ioterestiog stateraeats for publica
"I suffered for 20 years wkh wom
aaly troubles, aad m tbk tase. tried
several different treatraeats, bat got
I finally got hold of a Ladies
Birthday Almanac, and read about
Cardui, the wotaan's tostc
I bad not taken very Bsuch of it,
before I was entirely well.
I do some aursbg, and have gwen
Cardui, the woman s tonic, to lotsf
women, with good results. ""
I use thk medicine a great deal a
trearkg youag girls. A young gM
T came to my house one day kst sum-
raer. oae naa ia&eH coa at toe
wrong rime, and was m a terrible con
dition. I went to the druggist, bought
her a bottle of Cardui, and the third
dose she took did the work.
She k now entirely well.
You may use my name a any way
you desire, as I am anxious to do any
thing I can to help sufferisg women."
For more than 50 years, Cardui
has been m widely extended use, by
women of all ages, and has given per
fect satisfaction, as a remedy for help
ing rebuild womanly strength and
Try Cardui yourself. It will help
you. Your druggist sells k.
N. B. Write tei Chattanooga. Medi
cine Co Ladies' Advisory DepL. Chat
tanooga, Tenn.. for Special Iastruetloas
on your case and 64-page book. "Home
Treatment for Women, sent In plain
Work for a,
work for you.
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