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THE EVENING lTEBALD, ALBUQUERQUE, W. M., SATURDAY, MARCH 28, t9H.
Those of Middle
When you have found no
oppress you during chance of
hours of the day it seems as though your back would break,
when your head aches constantly, you arc nervous, de
pressed and suffer from those dreadful bearing down pains,
don't forget that Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Comxumd
is the safest and surest remedy, and has carried hundreds
of women safely through this critical period.
Kead what these three women say:
From Mrs. Hornung, Buffalo, N. Y.
r TtrrrAiA N. Y. urn writing tn li-t yon know liow muoh ynur
iwvliiiiin 1 1 11 for me. I faikVil tonilily during I lie Inst winter
nml miiiiiiuT and every one remarked almui my ,Kruiu'. I miC
iireil from a tVniala trouble and always Lad jiuiiiH in my tuu k, no
njMl iio and at timen wan very weak.
" I wnt visit ng nt a friend's house ono day and he thought I needed
1 .yd in K. liiiktiam,H VKtallo ('ompotiml. I tik it and have Rained
cijclit ixninds, have a K"1 npis-tito and am feeling iVttcr every (lav.
KveryiNidy In anking mo what I am doing and I reeotnmond I .yd la K.
IliikhnmV VcgetaMo Cnmpoiind. You may pill HmIi thtw letter if you
wish and I Iwim other! who have the same coinitluint will nee it and
Ki t health from your medicine aa I did" lira. A. Hohnino, VI
btaiiUui bu, Kuffalo, N. Y.
Was A Blessing To This Woman.
Ho. lurnMosn, Va. I wan trouMifl with a boarinR down pain and
a fenmle wenkneHs and eon Id not stand lxng on my feet. Of all the
medicine I took nothing helped me like l.ydia K. linkham'a Vege
talile ('imiiK)uiid. I am now regular and am getting along tine. I
cannot praise the (in(iound too much. It lias been a.llsMing to me
and I how it will lm to' other women." Mrs. D. Tyler, UA West
Cloptoti M, South Kichmond, Va.
Pains in Side, Could Hardly Stand.
Ixni, Wis "I wnn in a bad condition. Buffering from a female
trouble, and I had surli ikiIiim in my sides I roultl hardly move. lie.
imv I bud taken the whole of one 1 sit tie of l.ydia K. IiukhHin'H Veg
ctabUi t 'oinxutid 1 felt U'tter, and now I Bin well and can do a good
dav's work. I tell cvcrylsly what your medicine has done for mo."
Sirs. Joiim Thompson, ljmli, Wiwxinsin.
For HO rears Lydla E. Plnkham'a Vegetable
Com pound tuts lxon the s1rnUrl rrniiMl f or f
male ill. No onu ulek with woman' ailment
loo Just lento herself if she doe not try this fa
mous ineslirlne made from roots and lierlm. It
liaa restored ho many aufferingwomentotiealth.
"ifcWriintn irnii r mwhiv
MOXtlDOTIAl.) LY.l, MVi., foraririr.
i our letter will le oiienrsl, reaxl
by a woman and held La strict coullilence.
A Practical Method of
Destroying the Housefly ::
W'lunKion. I. .".. March ji. A
trap tu destroy the maaKoln i l the
tpbold hoiisi 11 before tiny deveiup
into winded inw. i, ia a posaible aobi
tlon of int. My problem and one lli i.
.. lUbl Intercut lieallll ollbers. sail'.
t.ir.atis anil others who might make
use of il un manure hesps hcre Ihis
tommoii pest bleeds. The department
vl aarii ullure a si leulliils in their
preliminary expt I inn nts with sui h a
trap nave Kiicieeded in destroying
Irom '' to lis per cut of the mantfoia
In a pile of manure. This method ot
attack differs limn thoao which huvu
been aenerally used. Kly polaons bavj
been made to tempt the appetltu t
the iiiluli lly, or lly-IIKht receptacles
haw been Used to keep the adult fi
ll!. tie 1 1 win latlnn hur esss In niaiiur .
The newer method la bssed on th"
kuowleiiae ol lertaln hubits of tho
lindcx elnped 11 miiKriol.
The muuiiita of the typhoid lly. It
lias been discovered, have a habit f
lulKiatiiiM from then breedloa pla
Into drier portions of the manure
heap. This seems a distinct move on
their part to permit the. adult fly to
Issue from the refuse In the .cisl
and Ulckest manner. The cllolcn
uf the new trap la baaed on lh res
Ulurtlv of this deep-aeated halill.
IN'm rlplton ihT Maun' Trap.
A laran Halvtiiiised Iron pun, mens.
Uiiiik i by ) feet, with aides 4 Inches
hlah, was made. In this aloud a con
luincr on leas II inrhea b'.sb Th a
tonlainer noasuted 4 by 3 by t feel.
The side and boll tun wcro of heavy
wne. 1-4-in. li mesh, supported by a
Imlii wooden (ramewurk. Twelve
tubie feet of manure well Infested
vlth cxas and larvae were placed In
this coiiluiuer and sprinkled with ws
t r. Waivr was also poured Into the
pan below lo a depth of utout
depth of utout one i
Hut rounding and covering' bo III the manure aa long aa any fermenta
id ronl. ilner was a fly-light in- thin wen- In progress? As a malt -r
cloMiie n mil a if a la rue mac, 6 b
by feel. This pi evented further In
fisiallon of the manure, and an ar
ratmemeiit of traps at the top of the
cute inailn It posmble lo captiirs und
keep a reiord of any tllea that mUht
eimise. At the limn or the eiioiu
ence of fliss the sides ol the Mine wire
darkened with black cl.ilh In order to
drive, the lltes Into the trips at the
top. Kach day the niHKaots were eo'..
b cli el from the pan and counted, and
each day the manure In the contain 'r
was sprinkled thoronahly with water
and the pan was washed nut and aaal.i
partly Piled with water tu drown the
larvae which fell Into li.
Tha experlmenta of the depart
ment's entomoloslsla showed thit
from to 3 per eent of nil the msf
ota In th manure pile were destroy
ed. If th manure was kept moist,
from comparatively dry msnur
about 70 per cent sir destroyed.
These; experiments, aa yet, have
been tried o.ily on a comparatively
small aeale. Tha question Immedi
ately arises whether tht trap which
appears so aticcesHful on a smill
cals ran be adapted to I be hamllnw
of manure In a practical way on a
larsa aoale. Kvery consideration
points to the probability that It ran
and that it will afford "an additional
weapon of ureal value." However, the
Anal verdict aa In tha value of Ihs
fnnt trap must wait upon the solu
tion nf certain practical prohlrfma. T'
point out soma vf tnrso Urre it to in,-
remedy for the horrors that
life, when thmuirh the lonr?
.! lines for further InvcMtlKatlon.
(I) In the first place, there must
be dctei milled what form, sixe, and
construction (,f trap will give the best
results The answer to this will de
pend lamely on the particular iu. pil
lions obtaining at any given stu le,
such us the amount uf manure pro
duceu daily, the ai runucmenis for
drainage, etc. It will ulsu depend on
the answer lo the tollowirvg prob
lems: :i How deeply mav manure be
heaped In n trap without Interfcrlmt
with the migration? It will probably
he found that the depth will make
llllln difference, provided that the
manure Is kept moist, und provided
that avenues of cacape ure afforded ut
the sides us well us ut the hoi lorn.
(.11 How long must manure be kept
In a maggot trup before II Is entirely
free from larvae T This is a very im
portant iiueellon from u pructlcil
stundpolol, and one will find scant
suggestion aa to the answer In the lit
erature on the life history und hnblts.
The hioiselly oreeds preferably in
horse manure, but It has never been
detel mined Just how long a Riven l"t
of manure, continues tu be an uttruc
live place for egg laying, nor for how
long a period tty larvae will conlitrie
to appear In It. It la obvious that th"
maggot trap would not be practical .1
tho Infestation of the manure were
dally renewed for a long time, fnd-r
ordinary conditions the drying of the
surface of a heap of manure probably
limits the period of egg laying to the
first day or two of expoaorv. liut in
a mug-got trap the manure muat be
kept wet In order to insure the great
est amount of miaratlon. Would not
such a polst surface be daily reinfest-
ed and maggots continue to appear In
of fuel, the period of Infestation ap
pears to be rather short, and even un
der the most favorahla condition mno:
goia will rarely be found In a given
lot of manure after 10 or II days
exposure. In support of this rlat'n
some experimental data may be give.-)
(41 The disposal of the nia-Jgots Is
nnother practical consideration. If
the larvae were allowed to drop 'o
the ground they would burrow Into it
to pupate there Mid nothing would
he gained. It would lie necessary
have iotne sort ol vessel. . g., ran -
crete oasln, beneath the trap. This
woui.l iiHva ..lie ni an u
an inch or more of weak disinfectant
or of water covered with a film Mf
kerosene oil. If such a basin were
connected with sewer or ceasp
ni-llv i.l hamlliiia ihem In auv s-nv,"''
and without any offensive decomposi
That the maggot trap possesses rer
tain advantage la obvious and ought
to lead to many atl-mpis In develop
It along practical lines Cheapm-xa
would be one of ila strong points.
I'rscllrully the only cost would be the
Initial one for the construction of I bo
trup and of a basin or receptacle I r
ratchlng and disposing of the mag
gots. Very little additional time or
labor would be required In opemtlnt
it. The sprinkling nf I he manure
would be tk very small part of the
dully routine of removing the mnnue
from th stables. I'ruiwr arrange
ments for (lie dlsn;isiit of the inn Hots
would require only n few minutes' at
tention hi Inn 'ntervala.
((renter details of the experiments
will, the maiiKot trnp are given In Iho
I'nlted Pinion department of aarlcul-
ture'a new hulletln entitled: "The Ml.
' gr.itory Habit of lloimelt Isirvao is
Inilli nllng a Favorable Kcmcdbtl
Measure. An Account nt Progress "
Miiny scientists now prefer In cull the
housefly the "typhoid fly" or the
. "tniinure fly" because; of the reiil il. in
ner thiit liirss In this w idely tllmrl i
nled pest. This fly Is one of the most
active agents In spresdlig tvpbopl
fever. It spreads Axis He cholera Hii't
other dlsesse of the Intestines. It
hua ever been known to he a mm r
liictor In spreudlnn tuberculosis, lis
ihlef hreedltiK pine is the m.muro
lieup from wlilili II may fly diretl
Into tho house.
HOLD THEIR ARBOR
DAY BANOUET Hi
THE OPEN I
Dance and Al Fresco Feast
End U. N. M. Celebration
Prize Offered for Paper on
Willi it dunre and an ul fresio
bltniiH'l the atiideiils of the t'nlvcr-
ruy of New .Mi'Xlio liroiiKht Iheir
Arlior I my exerrle to a rlose i.il
Mlaht. All the features of the day l
lep'lirallon were hilerestlnR. und lbs
i b rvalu e as u whole was one of
the most suneHsful ever held.
There waa one unexpected feature.
T. 8. Woolney. Jr.. asmstarl dlatrle.
loresler. who spoke ul the exercises
yeMcrday niornliiK. iinnoiiined thai
w woubl (tlve I J i) for the best paper
i n the Value, of the loresl service.
Ills address was on the work of the
si r Ice.
The seniors won the annual base
bull same Willi the fuftilt by i
scor of 14 to 13. It took u ninth
Inning rally to defeat tho professors
oi.it AiingMii(;i i: m ikmii.h
(Hhnitb .IKIMHI 1111
Kriday morning ld Altu'uerue
s hoi I iclebrated Arbor day by giving
an appropriate program, nfter w hi 'Il
Hon. Nestor Montoya made a pleasing
address lo the children. Kach child
was urged to plant a tree und before
the day Is over u number will huve
carried olll this re'Ueit.
The stale tlower was voted upo-i
and the wild primrose and cosmos
were the favored Mower
TH K PK"iHA.M.
Song: "The t'lasa Tree"
:.th. 6th and Tlh Crudes
Heading: "origin of Arbor liay"..
iacliatlon: 'I'lunt a Tree"
Katchyo I nolle
Hecltallon: ' Who Kuva Aroor Pay"
lieiini. Itaca. Itefrigia !aP i.i. Tom
lie. italb-n "nur King"
Ilecltailo'i "Planting Time"
....Menhard Albers Modento or'ix
Heading: V!iui We Owe to Trees"
He. It., lion. "The I'lne"
Motion Hong: "Utile Itobin Hi-d
eur I.lltb- Tree ...
A -idres lis
All Al bof lily Tree"
'Apple Tree I ireams" . .
BETTER GET YOTTE
TICKET EARLY FOR
If you ni- not a holder of a at-uson
t'ckil. or have not secured your sea'
It Would lie well to get your ticket
for Or. Woods Hutchinson s lecture
here tonight or early on Moiiduy
morning, tor the seats are going fast
Ir. Hutchinson is going lo speak on
I be subject "Is a Man's Life His
Work or Ills r'uy?" a subject which
Is unci -est illg Hi .Isclf und must be
ol absorbing inten t when discusxfrt
i.v un uoinority in work, pluy and
life, aa lr. Hu'.h.nson Is. The pios
. . ' it. ai every eent ,n the Klka'
I heal re will lie occupied .Monday
niKltl- The udmlesion is 'i (elits
imiuillng u renrved seal.
3 Eeiag Coiututly Sopplied Wi&
McDuH, Vs. "I tuffetftl !of wvemJ
reari." savt Mr. I. b. Whiitakcr. ol
.11.. m v.laejk u,illl sirb hsuriarhe w A
1" , , . ...
I en yrars av;u menu tutu hiv tv iit
rhfdford'i Itlack-Driuuhl, which I did,
I . A 1. K. .1.. v.... I...I- I.I
-" " V", .H '
C4H41 lor young and Old.
L P Dlack-Prf ltRbl Oil hand l ! tht
fme 0. ud f"'lu'"
I Wt never ttav a Ion trvelt of tlrk
en In our family, sine i commenced
1evllofd'f Hhck-Dfaugtit l purely
vrtruble, and hag teen lutind to regit.
Iu:e weak stomach, lid diction, ir
licve iiidii;rstion, colic, wind, nausra,
headache, tick toinach, and uiulai
II H bees in constant use lor more
ftu a 7d yean, and hoa bcneliled nioie
Utan a million people.
Your dnifist fdrf and rffommfpJs
l.l.ick-Oiau. i.l Hk twit u. Ucia
JUvUe w-tygr. HC til
Whatever Your Problem Ve Promise to Help j
To the Sinflll e Church has a message of hope. All other organize i
" In Case of Illness,
4 eplral Avenue Mi-iImmIImI.
Corner of Central and Arno. H K
Allison, pastor. Miss Mary llanecom,
deaconeka. funday school nt :45 u.
m. T. M. lorrls. superintendent.
Preaching servlcea conducted by
the pastor .it 11 a- m. und ":3V p m.
Subject of Ine morning sermon. "Fol
lowing Joans Its Real Cost and
Meaning" Topic for evening ser
mon, "The Invisible the Secret of a
Christ Imii Life."
rlpeclni music by the choir:
Hymn -No. 14:.
Anlhem. "Praise Ye tho Lord"
folo, "Face to Fuce" (Johnson),
T. A. Christian.
Hymn No. 607.
Anthem, "Jesus. Savior, Lord "of
Hobi (sole led i, Mrs. Hihwontkcr.
iH-votlonal meeting of I be Senior
Kpworth le-iau at 6 31) p. in.
There will be a culled business
meeting of tha Woman g Missionary
society at the church Tue'duy after
noon ut 'i o'clock.
Weduesduv evening prayer service
at 7 40. Tuadier training class ut
Tha revival campaign will open
with the Sunday w-rv ices Rev. John
It. llenson of Hereford. Tex., and
one ot the lend ug preacher,-. In Texas,
will arrive Monday night und will do
the preaching. The choir will have
cbargo of the muaic. Mr. T. A.
Chrlstlun will assist with the music.
St. I'nul's I vaiiKi-lical Lutheran.
Silver and Sixth. A cordial Invita
tion lo the house of the I. old. Morn
ing l heme. II o'clock. "The Sterner
Clospel." Lvening, 7.30, "Two Little
Turublea of Joy." in Wednesday
evening we b..ve Itible training class.
with tuuehers' xtudy of next Sunday's
lesson. The Aid society meets Thurs
day with Mrs Mann. North Four
teenth street. Church council Mon
day evening. Let us not forget the
week of special services ,n observ-
uuce uf the paNKlun of our Lord. Plan
to bring others A good number of
hymn books haw been received.
How about yours?
Kdward P. s hueler. pastor
llrsl 4 ongn-gallonal.
Coiner of Coal avenue and llrond-
wuy. Archie Tool tinker, minister;
residence, Cut South Kdllh street.
Hurry I.illinow. superintendent of
Sunday school Hay Reed, president
of V. I. S. C. K. Stanley Seder, or-
Sunday school at :4S a. m.
Preaching si-rvlces at 11 a m. ml
7:30 p. m. Sermoria both morning
und evening by the pnstor. At the
morning hour the sermon will be
especially for young people though
everyone will be welcome. Subject,
The Ureal Magnet." Sermon Illus
Subject for the evening hour, "t'n-
lon of Kv il Forces Against the Hood.
or What ( lass of People Shall Ilium
nule In the City of Albuiiueriue?"
Following Is the musical program
organ prelude, "Audunle in il" . . . .
Anthem, "Trust In the Lord''
Organ and piano accompaniment.
Mrs. Mabel Stvvena lliinot at the
Sulo, "Buffer Little Children"
Mrs. Ada Pierce Winn.
Poet lode. "Urand Chorus'' ....Dubois
F v-enlng servk'e
Organ prelude, "Meditation"
Solo, "The King of Love" . . I'tchmnnt
Miss Charlotte Pratt.
Anthem, "The Radiant Morn"
Solo, "The Hon of (lod does Forth
to War" Seder
Mr. Thus. A Christian.
I'ostlude. "Urand Toailude In ("..
Hroadwuy and 1-ad.
V reaching at II a. in und 7 3" p
m. by the pastor. Morning topic
'The Power of Fxample" F.venlng
"Xewnena of Life." There will be
baptinmiil services In the evening
Mr a. Crawfoid and Mra. Dr. Woods
will alng duet In the morning. Mrs
Woods and Miss Mlddlelon will king
in the evening.
Iilble school at t" a. in.: Prof
M. Drake, auperlntendenl: Mr
Jamea A. Hammond, asslaiant. At
tendance. MS. lust Sunday. I -el every
one he on time nest Sunday.
Yhunf People'! 1'nion nest Sunday
Lord, "I am come not to call the righteous, but sinners to
repentance." Wherever you .ee a church building or a
cross, remember it is an evidence of the love of God for the
straying one. Turn in there for real help.
To the Stranger Albuquerque is full of strangers. Let this advertisement
come to such as an assurance that the churches welcome
them, and offer a fellowship and sympathetic interest
that will help brighten their lot during the days of their
separation from home and lovtd ones.
To the Lonely
Co to Church Tomorrow for Encotuagtment
Death, or Other Troubles, Any Minister Will Be Glad to Help
al 6:4.1 p. m. Miss Kdllh Joyce will
lead. Topic, "Housing the Homeless
Churchea In the West." Mrs. Ir
Woods and Mr. Whltehill will sing
Prsyer and praise Wednesday eve
ning. This In also the inoiilhlv cov
enant meeting preparatory to the oh
ser value of the Loid'a Kupper oil the
first Sunday In April. Let there be
Christian Science nervlics are iK'ld
In the Woman s Club huildinK. at the
corner of Heventh street and (lob!
avenue, every Sunday morning ut It
Wedneaduy evening servlcea are
The public la cordially Invited
attend the services.
Sunday school ot 10 o'clock.
Corner of Silver avenue and Fifth
street Hugh A. Cooper. piiBtor;
Chnuncey A. Foreman, ussoclatc pas
tor. Hthle achrnd at :4a n. ni.
"Vocation Dity" will be observed
with a special program.
Morning wurnhip at 11. s-rmoii
theme. "The Ministry us u Llfes
Kvenlng worship nt 7.4!i. Subject.
"The Power of Music." Special mu
sical numbers hy the choir.
Musical numbers: Morning
Prelude, "L.-gend" Cadinnn
Anthem, ", for Closer Walk .
With Hud" Foster
Offering, "Adagio Itcligloao" . . . . Roll
tiolo, "liolgothH" Conchols
Miss Charlotte ItrlKner.
Prelude, "Fanlasla" , . Wostonholme
Solo. "Out of the Deep"
Anthem, "Orlevo .Not the Holy
Duet. "Come I'nio Me, Ye Weary"
Mr. and Mrs. Andrews.
offering, "Intermesso" Lemure
IVstludc. , "Festival Morch''
ChurlcH J. Andiews. director
Miss Ken worthy, orgunlst.
lirnt Ii-iIhmI1m4 l.'plxoiml.
Corner Lend avenue und South
Third street. Charles Oscur I leek -
man, pualor. Edith viorli), deacon-
ens. D. A. Porterfield, superintendent
of the Hunduy si ltool. Miss Jennie
Troll, choir directress.
The Sunday school meets ul S.4i
a. in. The Young Meu a llible clusx
has out grow ii its present room and
will hereafter meet In vt room In the
Central echo! building at 1U u in
Any young man not utlending else
where is curdlully invited to Join tins
Public worship ai 1 1 a. m. and
7:31) p. ni. with preaching by the pas
tor. Morning theme, "Love Tbui Is
kternul." Kvenlng subject, "1 be
Last Invitation in the Scriptures."
Special music: Morning, aiithem.
Seek Ye the Lord" (Roberts); eve
ning, duet. "Savior, liieuthu an Kve
nlng Ulesalng." Mlases Ruth HriKlit
and Jennie Trotl.
Kpworth leaguo devotional aeivlcu
at :HU p. m.; Mr. Frtd Calkuia.
Rev. P. K ret b mar. puator. A
tirrinan service will be held tomor
row aglernoon at 2:u In the Cen
tral M. K. church, corner Ainu and
fiold anil llniailway fliun h of t lirt-d. i
Herman P. Wllliitins. minister 1 li
llil scho at 4S a- m. Lesson
ff '.' 1,15 flolden tett. ta II.
Iuist Lord's day there were liv In at
tendance. Pennon at 1 1 a. m , "The Km k of
Ages;" al 7 p. in., "A Christian Albu
querque." Christian Endeavor at 3" p. In
"What Mission Are Doing for the
World." Ac. II 1-1J.
Monthly llible school conference at
T:S p. m. Tuesday.
llible atudy and prayer, 7:30 p in,
Wednesday. Lesson Mt. t(:l-7&
This "Uethaemane" chapter la so long
and ao Important that w have given
two weeks to Us study.
Indies' Aid sol lei y Friday at 2 .30
t nirondiy Ve-ix-i.
t A4 p. m . Rodey hhll
Prelude Mr. Stanley Seder
Hymn No. 17.
Duet. "Again as Kven'ng Shadow
Falls ISederl Mr. and Mia. Charles
Responsive reading Isisndlngl.
'bant. "Lord'a Player"-- Choir.
Quartette, "Crossing the Mar" (Se
der) Messrs. Andrews, Seder, Chris-
uons may naraen tnetr nearts againsi me sinner wno n
"down and out," but the ch.urh reiterates the cry of her
Even among those who call Albuquerque home, there are
many who live lonely lives. No crowd or set claims them.
Over against this isolation we place the open door and
heart of the church. Her social life is inclusive, not exclu
sive. Come and get acquainted.
Address, "Saving or Losing u Life"
lr. Kdwnrd P. Scbuelei.
Solo, "The Son of (Soil (iocs Forth
lo War" (Seder) Mr. Thomas A.
Hymn No. DS.
Postlude, Mr. Slnnley heder.
liiimm-ulale 4 om cpllou.
Sodality muss. 7 ..in.
Second mass. It . 30.
High mass and m illion, lo.
ICvening service, 7 : 341.
St. Jolin'i, liilni-opnl.
Corner of Fourth street und West
Silver avenue. Archdeacon W. K
Wnrren. rector; reeblence. 13'J West
Tijeriia. Mr. Hugo Meyer, t holr di
rector. Fifth Sunday In Lent. Holy F.o
churlst, 7 a. in. Sunday s bool, B:4a
n. in. Morning service, It. Kvcnlnsi
choral service, 7 30.
I'roi i-Helona). "llu Forward, Cluisllan
. R. Tours
Introlt. "JcHtiM, My Lord
I. J. F.lvey
. . . Iturnby
offertory. "Stund I'p.
KccdiHloiiul. "fio Lulior
and lie Spent"
SI. mil I'p.
, . II S. lions
J II. Calkin
PrncesSliinii, "Work for 'he NlKht
Is I'otnlng" I.. Mason
Choral Kvenlng Servile Anon
Magnificat c. .; Kettle
Nunc dimittla J. L Rogers
Hymn. "o. Jesus, Thou Art Stand
Offertory. "wect Savior. Iib-sa l's"
W H Monk
Recessional. "Sun uf
My Soul". , .
High grade Malleable Range, 18-inch oven $62,
. now $48.00
High grade Cast Iron Range, 18-inch oven, $38,
Nickel plated Copper Tea Kettle, $2, now 1.50
No. 2 Rayo Lamp, was $2.50, now 2.00
No. 3 Universal Food Choppers, $2.50. now 1.75
No. 2 Cold Blast Lanterns, $1.00, now GO
No. 2 Railroad Lanterns, $1.00. now 45
Heavey tin, copper bottom, Wash Boilers, $1.25
12-quart heavy galvanized Water Pails, 30c, now .18
No. 2 heavy galvanized Wash Tub, 75c, now. . . .52
No. 3 heavy galvanized Wash Tub, 85c, now. . . .62
1-gal. galvanized Cant Leak Oil Can, 35c, now. . . .21
1-gal. galvanized Cream City Gil Can, 30c, now. . . .18
1-gal. tin Oil Can, 25c, now 14
Brass King Wash Board;, 40c, now 29
Zinc Wash Boards, Western, 30c, now 18
Glass Wash Boards, 50c, now 37
The Bargains are too numerous to mention; come
and see for yourself. All first class, full weight goods.
No bargain store stuff.
, At the Mcintosh Hardware Co. Store
317, 319 West Central
serviies: Tueeiluy. Wed
.la and t-'rul.iv, lllnoy
4 p. m. ThoiMilav, hity
i u. m. i-dne?nluy.
prayer and sermon, JU
i:.sTi:n xovi:i.tii:m ami
4 AKI'S Al Till-: ART SHOP
I'liu-uully ultraiilve ure the Kusl-
er card! and novelties now belnsT
shown at the Art Shop on West Cen
tral avenue. Thoae who have seen
ihem ure attracted l.y t holr original
ity of design and beautiful workman
ship. They uT" .Hint being shown
and have called forth much favora
Try nERALD Want Ads, they
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