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aTflUQUEKQTrE CITIZEN. Tlll'ltsn.W. MV 2T. l. Bvincf the adventures of one Todd 'and his mysterious friend "liiil Dunsmeir have nny other rih:Cv" beside his daughter?" 1 asked, tirnking to hear 'm thing f Hail''' Dunsmeir, the brother. "Yes sir; there is Ralph, the young, r mother, a collector of somi Hurt. Cle.tr daft gnnr. ho Is. on some hobby, t oldies. I believe. And he hns siiuan.b ' (1 About all the estate n tan lay his hands on. He don't cone' ubont 'So man '."' "X not a'- "Did lis. " II- 1 "Tht any mure. y.'U feel Radian. in I remarked. I'm sure he l. not, !! in my belief." you ever suspect it-n't trie and I'm anyone :'sked. vverej his voice. i Has a man there about five years . i who made friends with Dunsnn r. a fellow who went about witii a pick, nosing for usphultum. oi forii such outlandish stuff. About e week after he left. Mr was sup jne.i to have gone, the murder vva committed. In my mind, as In most people's now. that's the niuu wnu dl I the work." Lute that night I lift the boat at Colgate. I recalled that 1 wore a short beorJ at the time of my previous visit, my face was smooth shaven now, but many people have the fac ulty of recognizing a face they have cnee seen, even beneath a beard anil five tears is a very short time In some nun's memories. First I wished to execute the mis sion which had been instructed to me. I walked the entire distance, leaching Dunsmeir about 12 o'clock. There was no light about the old mansion. Everything seemed lo have been allowed to run wild. Rain began to falj Just as I reached the wide piazza which encompassed three sid' s. It was w ith difficulty that I found a key to fit the front lock. Finally the dour yielded and I stepped Into the hall. The shut ters were till closed and the dark ness was int-nse. 1 fumbled my way to the old stair case, and found the gallery door un locked. I went In and threw a tin j ray from my lantern along the long, narrow room. It was empty. Ralph DunBmeir had evidently preferred fafer quarters for his pre cious instruments. Perhaps the lo.-s tf the ttplendiJ violin five years be fore had had something to do with the move. I felt that my quest had ended In failure. It was hardly possible that he had moved the collection to another room of the house, but in a half hearted fashion I decided to con tinue my search. I went from one room to another In the vast old place with unexpected results. In the small detached wing which extended toward the conservatory, I found the Miites which had been oc cupied. . viil.ntly, by Miss Dunsmeir unil her aunt. Th" apartments of the elder wom an especially interested me becau.se to think that she could of the grcwsonio night terrace. The suite was the most puritanical n half dozen pieces of few old-time prints 1 bad been crouching mar the doe: thinking to hear better i:i that posi tion, but a. the fo itst.-ps soun.l' d again in the room, I rose to a stand ing position, since the secretary wu higher than my he. id. and was over joyed to find tin' light streaming through the broken corner of a thin panel of veneer just above the desk. Hreathlesslv I peeped through the tiny wooden eyelet. The man had reached the door to the hall and was bending over the knob. As he pulled the door open and faced about for look tit the room my heart cave u great bond. It was Ashton. hi I had tell the st.oy Ml' the low ' r furnished in or the wall, simplicity. A ponderous furnitu'e, and a well worn carpet made up the list of n usru I JiMishlngs. It was while examining tin- carpet that 1 found a low heeled, ancient hinted slipper near the rocker of a walnut chair. From the back of a nearby chair there hung the slightest fragment f what was probably a. Paisley shawl. A front !. g of the chair had torn a triangular piece from tile weuk woofed carpel .and the rip was made In the direction of the door. Neir the door 1 picked up two anticpi" ijairjiins. r I was '.arciing about the apart ment vhn I luaid the gentle closing of a door. I turned the light off i ill -nieiii ii. i and listened. There wer" nil iniMa sa iile sounds of some one walking, hut from the d tion of tile wi:ig it was. A.atV. them. At. last clearer, ami in a f' w Vn.v, th-t some one li CHAPTKR VIII. I shall never forget my amazement at seeing him there, My first impulse was to shout his name. It had been my business, however, to throttle impulses at critical moments. al though that particular one tested to the utmost the strength of the habit of years. Wy the time I had pulled his name back snug Into my throat, tne ooor had closed and lie was gone. So that was the way he had ru:i down to Aspinvvall! He had lied to me. The fact corroborated mv su'i- ii i. m that iie had not told lno the truth about his adventure at Tcm- pleton's home. And what had brought him to Duiwincir? The mystery of his pres ence there easily bore down every thing else. A great distrust of Ashton sudden ly filled me. In the light of his As- plnvvull story and lis appearance so unexpected, it occurred to me that Instead of being my friend, he was the most dangerous element that hu I developed with the strange events of this I hiiic-oiieir trip. I'nder the guise of friendship, he had wormed his way Into the daily Intimacies of my lif. even into my aflectlons. And I. easy mark. hud Riven him, finally, an indulgent wel come. So niuiM then, for my viola tion of the criminal's only sad -guard the law of Isolatio. When 1 hud given Ashton time to get clear of the plaei . and his foot steps had died away on the old brick wall, I inspected the inner room. , The furnishinge were even more meagre than those of the outside room. The walls were bare und there seemed positively nothing to w arrant any such palming und knocking as Ashton had made. I remained some time in the suite rind examined everything I,-? detail. 1 found no clew- for Ashtou's visit or his strange conduct. I realized at last that t was grow ing late and that 1 had 10 long miles to my retreat. Hut I did not return to Colgate immediately. Half way there, on the lonely road that I had taken from that place to Dunsmeir. I had passed u roadnoune standing well back from the main way, which looked evil enough lo mind its own affairs. 1 decided to stop there, as it meant the halving of my Journey, und Unit of itself was a tremendous item since niv walking the door slid back Into place. He came out into the first room after a few mlnutis. and was about to leave as lie had entered when h.' suddenly changed his miinl and i i. mine our I i tin- laint light I but struggled through the -i lost ii shai ti is In iln w a 1 lu r from his coat pocket ami read it slowly and wi'.'i seeming di'Tn ullv . Ilii efforts tract. d Iny attention to the h'ttir il s. II, It via- written In Ink so thin n lo he scarcely fo ii from m close point of tl' w. and the paper was of n mazing fliiiisin. ss. unco he turn" 1 a sin i t so that a stray ray n veale I toe water mark. In my own pocket I had. ut licit wry moment, a letter of material so like it us to "iie identical even to the vi ry water mark, it was r.eiglieinis iiii-.ige, and It had brought ile where 1 then stood. The man finished his letter and h it the room. To me, thi te seemed a strange discrepancy between the useless noise he had kicked up in the hall, and the quiet, easy stealth of his movements when In the room. A few moments later, I heard a man 'calling directions to servants who seemed to be coming to the house. Indeed, before 1 could by any chance have gotten out. th" halls were filled by a squad of sweepe s and scrubbers. Kvery moment of the first hour 1 expected them to enter the room, and mnk short work if my stay along with the dust. Hut before the cleaning was fairly under way at my end ot the hall, a wom- un tried the knob or my u or ana called: "Where shall I get the key of this door, Mr. Know Hon V" "Ion't let them bother the old lady's rooms, Rollins, there's plenty work to lo outside of that. And it isn't at all probable that Mis Duns meir and her friends will need half the rooms we have already opened. (To be continued.) NM WILL HAVE WIRELESS v m will Construct an Immense Tower and Install System at Enormous cost. Washington, I. ('.. May L'7. government will call for bids week for the construction of greatest wlrelesg station that Th this the the pro- IHXl my m on Th" I'llH- is not what it used to b. . I ured a room there and the lay went to Colgate and got traveling bag. I determined to pend one night in the Dunsmeir house, time and manner of AsatoiiVi Ing there indicated plainly enough that if he contemplated future visiw they would i,e nocturnal ones. liy 11 o'clock I had been in thoM" portions of the house which 1 had II issed the night before. 1 thougnl ii time then to exercise a little more autlon than prying about made pis- si Me, and I took a seat on an lent settle in the upper hall. tile stai -hall. 1 got ; rctary i.. Js'earer o steps. u!i . ad was going , : i i 1 1 I tht huge the corner, a nd muiir came i;l there was a tached pii hard to lo tiny grew moment 1 id il cendi .1 w n the v ala at si c ,,'l lY.Ut'd. tile foot- halt at r, door, a iuinblliig with the lock, and some one stt plied into the ro on. I heard the catch of the door usain and th - door was locked from tlv. inside. Til' tinv searchlight of a dark ljiiiein swept the room. Judsn.g from the steady diver- the rays on the wall be lt must have been a full .Sire the Ii(jht was moved iililateil rapidly over tin own hail done a few mo ve. Someone moved over -o rhwe to the secretary I almost hear him breath, inent he walked Into tae of the suite, which 1 had .1 time to examine. re began a most aston ornianee. A gentle 1 at wall as Jf by tile palms. with a sound like tint rubbing the palms virfor- :. ; moot ti f .-racc 1 w as in an a- oiv of eagerness to see what va lain; done, but dared not take l ie chari. of thrurding my head from b. hind the secretary which faced ilii'etly the door of the innc room. At last the pounding and rubbing teased, anj tluit was a moment of .ii ejaculation oT sa' .t'actiin, mail, for man I r.u fe't it I. the inner I "i i. puthins .r !i-'htly. He lingered a mo Uir middle room, and then through closed that door. gellce side in minute Then room a Hunts und st taut 1 After i l ea r i not .v Th. Ishlllg ing o! llllelll mad. HUselv an-be-and Won't Slight a Good Friend. "If ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get," declares Mrs. A. L. Alley of Deals, Me., "for, after using ten bottles of Dr. Klng'i New Discovery, and seeing its excel lent results in my own family and oth ers, I am convinced it is the best medicine made for coughs, colds and lung trouble." Every one who tries it feels just that way. Relief Is felt at once and its quick cure surprises you. For Bronchitis, asthma, hemorrhage, croup, la grippe, sore throat, pain in chest or lungs Its supreme. BOc and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all dealers. sllM IT P.KMAIN WIIITK HOlSi: There Is a tnovi un lit on foot in Washington to Induce president Tuft to restore the use of the term "exi -cutlve Mansion'' instead of "While House," which haM been the custom during tne Uoosi'velt administration. Many members of I'ongiess prefer "Kxecutive Mansion" as tin- home of the president. Apparently those !n control of the arrangements for tin; Taft inauguration share in this pref erence. They have consistently -and persistently used the expression "ex ecutive mansion" in their program's and all announcements relating to the home of the president. Mr. Itoosevelt rejected the Words "execu tive mansion" Immediately on bis succession to the presidency on the ground that there was an "executive mansion" in every state capital, but only one "Whit" llou.ee." He had all the stationery ranged so as to r. ail "The White House" and dated all of his messages from "The While House'' instead of the "Kxecutive Mansion," as had been the custom. -Washington dispatch to New' York Tribune, world has ever known, to be built around a tower of concrete that will lie one of the tallest structures on earth and will stand in a class by itself. The station Is to be guaranteed to send out. wireless messages to a dis tance three times as great as that reached by the plants at present In existence, and to deliver those mes sages to any station within its ra dius with the same degree of cer tainty that the old system of wires delivers Its yellow slips. The whole thlrg Is being brought about through the navy department because of its desire to reach Its ships at sea. Some months ago the department advertised for the ma chinery for n station that would be on a scnle thut compared with the best stations of the present as a Dreadnaught does with old Ironsides. The muchlnery must be guaran teed to deliver to nil instruments keyed to receive it within a radius of S.OOo miles. Today wireless can be depended on to reach no further than 1,000 miles and the deliveries are uncertain. The government was will ing to pay for a big plai t if it could get the desired results. There were a numhi r of firms that I Id to furnish the machinery and agreed to forfeit JlfMl.tioii if th. y fail ed to produce these results. A Pitts burg firm was awarded the contract and the machinery has already been hallt. Then the governnu t t found it nec essary to build a tower that was in proportion to the machinery. In recent development of concrete it was the tower of that The dimensions called for of 6011 feet with H base of fax fcf Vt i- m n. iiifi ye-u-iMttH't.mi i Ladies, Here is the Way to Find Real Bargains the light of the f the ellicieney decided to make material. a height frilellec, and ii tl ' th' do mint coiinnii too. Tin u my uroistiy overmastered me. tween tile end of the staircase tho old lady's suite. An hour parsed without any step on the great, surrounding i.oicli. unci made myself more conilortably by sprawling the length of the settle. I have a vague memory of having looked twice at my watch. Tin- I ng unaccustomed walks of the two previous days together wilh the loss of a iiig.it - rest, must have I run n a lot too i j 1 1 1 1 -1 1 ; o ni". When 1 .,wo;e 111" :;lil) lUlit was 1 1 i i t ii : mi; ii 1 lie , n i : . . ana u was b o clock. 1 aroe and . ur, pre paring to leave the house when a sli p sounded on the I runt porch. Two windows were raised and tile hhutt-l'S flung open. 1 hastened noiselessly to the old ljily's suite. Then two honest-fulling, iiiasculin feel came u;-tairs nee inoi'i i :( iil.ind the secre tary. I fell a i ut i. I' oi cold air on the floor and kacvv n at the I0114 hall was being ventilated There was a constant opening of doors an I windows, and someone rani" slowly dow n the e . i ridor. My own do v was filing op n, but it did ot slay open u-s nail the olhers. II was viy softly cloned and locked ny someon V ho entered. When the key turned i had my eyes at the broken veneer, A man probably 4 years old stood lomplaccntly a halt' minute before he went m Into the inner room. He iiad a handsome face, wilh the high white forhead of the dreamer, and the black rakish Van Dyke of t.ie boulevadier. A ccirtayu deliberate coolness seemed to eiiianat. from his 1 very movement. I had risked moving the secretary tho fraction of a foot in older to brlnir the rear wall of the Inner room more plainly Into view. Had known of the broken veneer at th lime Ashton was giving his iluml show the night before, 1 might not bat' been so mucii surmised at what the stranger did. tilling up to the blank wall, h ran his fingers uulckly over it and Immediately u narrow door of. th verv wall Itself moved to one s!.l lb vanished In the room beyond and Women Sated .Missdpi l.ctccs. The use ot muskrat fur m millin ery saved the Mississippi river levee system in Iiiiisiana from injury laet winter, according to Flunk M. Miller, president of the state game commission. "The muskrut had maje startling inroads mi the embank ments." said Mr. Mill, r today, "but when a bounty of 10 cents each was offered for the pest by decorators of women's hats the consequent sluiisTii ler almost depleted the family of lit tle animale. line hunter alone in St. Charles parish killed 6.O1111 muskrats in February." New Orleans dispatch to New York Tribune. , There's nothing so good for a sore throat as Dr. Thonus' Kb-ctrle oil. Cures it in a few hours. Kellcves any pain in any part. fifty feet diameter tapering to eight feet at the top. This Is the struct ure for the construction of which the bids are to be asked this week. The station Is to be in ltock Cree k park In the District of Columbia. It will be the tallest structure In Amer ica outside of New York, there he irg two buildings In that city that are taller, and only the Hiffel tower in Paris that surpasses It and this Is merely a skeleton structure. It will tower forty-live feet above the Wash ington monument and wrest from that strut tore the distinction it has so long enjoyed. From 'his station the navy depart niort expects to be able to reach its -hips nt nnv point on the North At lantic ocean whithout the necessity of a relay. It can reach Cihraltar and San Francisco. I'ntil other na tions ftavi nstructed similar sta tions the I'tiited States will have a vary material advantage over them in all the transmission of messages. Yet the wireless people all agree that this thing is possible and that they could have done It years ago. but' for the fact that it required such a great outlay of money find promised on the other hand 11 1 adequate n turns 011 the investment. The expense of the installation will be about jsoo.nijfi. Smashes all Records. As an all-round laxative tonic and health-builder no other pills can com pare with Dr. King's New Life Pills. They tone and regulate stomach, liv er and kidneys, purify the blood, strengthen the nerves; cure constipa tion, dyspepsia, biliousness. Jaundice, headache, chills and malaria. Try them. 25c at all dealers. BUILDING CASTLES IN THE AIR J Wise women read Citizen Want Ads every day. The)' know they are for a good purpose, else tliey would not be in The Citi-, zen. They also know that they net full value from their pafer only when they read the Want Ad-. Surely you ant tQ know what others have learned to value, so read C tiz.;n Want Ads ev ery day. Start now you witl learn m.iny chinos tint wi'l interest you. You know how society folks are; how they discard fine gowns, wraps and furs after wearing tli2;n a littV whil. Haven't you often thought how nice it would be if 'iu couid bay them? Your dignity wo. Id not bs lo.v red a bit. and t'ninK how much you would save. Your neigbhors would not know that you bou . he things from th se people if you read Citizen Wan: Adi The e peop!e would rather sell d rect ti you at a s nill cost than to . cat ers. You can also find many birgains in household goods, too Read Citizen Want Ads every d.tv and see haw much motuy you will save, and ho easy it is t li.ivo cite b;st of everything SELLING LOTS N A H CITY Prince Rupert. British Colum bia. Is Destined to be a Big SeaDort Some Day. bc-l.'u- Vaneuuvcr. J5. C Miiy -2. In i.riliuice with an arrangement tween the government "f i'.ilttsh lumbia and the; Grand Trunk I'acltic. railway, the first Joint sale of town site lots of the city it Prince Rupert, the future western terminal uf tne Irani! Trunk Pacific triinseontlnent ll line. In Kan Ii. re Tuesday, and will i.e continued from day to .lay until Saturday. May 211. Kach party will off it from 1.000 to 1.2(10 lots selec leu f.-om all points of the tmiiisile, so thai practically every block in the future city will be ri presented at tin' sale. Hundreds of prospective pur chasers of Prince Kupcrt town I have arrived here alreaily. anil others are coininit from all parts of t ie I . -minion. A brisk demand fur lots is expected, an. I it is believed tli.it nearly all of the town lots ofer..l will be taken. Prince ICupelt, which is destined to be one of the most important cit ies ..f liritisli Columbia, is not a pro duct of chance or ticcident, but Ihe rescult of careful planning. In fa t, the element of chance was complete ly eliminated, not only ill the .selec tion of the site of the city, but also In the laying out and planning the city itself. With a certain, clearly defined object In view city was chosen anil assist. 1 nee ohti i liable the Site of the tlie best expert was em ployed Tjo you know what will happen to you if you no on tunuking until you are a man .' j lire. I'll have enough coupon saved uo tcr git me er ortomoblle!" The Exceptional Equipment it the California Fig Synip Co. and tho scientific attainments of iti chemists have rendered possible the production of Syrup of Figs and F.lixir of Senna, in all of iU .xcellence, by obtaining the pure; medic inal principles 1 if plants known to act most beneficially an 1 combining them most skillfully, in the right proportions, with its wholesome and a-frt'shing Syrup of California Figs. 1 Ki there is only one genuine Syrup of Fig an 1 Elixir of Senna and as the gen uine ;s manufactured by an original met: 1 known to the California Fig Syrup Co. r 'y, it u always necessary to buy the ger '.!..( to get its beneficial elTccts. A '.aowledge of tho above facts enables 01 ' 1 decline imitations or to return thera if : . m viewing the package, the full name i . ..eCalifornU Fig SyrupCo. U not found ! i.ited on the frout thereof. in mapping the city and preparing it to receive Its future population. The Grand Trunk Pacific Itailway company, which is building a new transcontinental line across Canada, chiefly through virgin territory, is re sponsible for this city that is to be. The company needed a suitable ter minal of its line on the Pacific coast, and it was essential that it should fulfill certain requirements. It was desirable to have it located nearly 'u a direct line of Yolco.iomn: it was absolutely necessary that it should have a sufficiently large and safo ileep-vvatcr harbor for the ships which are to connect the railroad with the far east, and another mat ter that had to be considered, was that the city lie located in a pla-re that could be reached by the railroad without too great difficulty in cross ing the mountains. Before the site of the city vva chosen, the entire north coast was carefully searched und every harbor sounded. The choice was made lour years ago. and since then prepara tions were made for the establish ment of the new city, for which the. nit 111 c Prince Rupert vva.s selected. The actual work was begun In .May, I !"'!. The surveying and clearing was done simultaneously, and now Ihe 1 b ar. .1 and prepare!) townsite em br.i. i s about 2.111111 acres, enough to arciiiimiiiil.it'- a population of alioat 111. mm. .Nothing was left to ehati'-e or o i;ie arbitrary notions of the settlors. Kxpcrt engineers and the f ;. 1 n 11 1 its landscape artists, Krett and Hall of lloston. who laid out Mt. Uoyal Park. .Montreal, were entrust ed with tlie planning and laying out of the city as it is to In . Prince Rupert has ali'.a.ly a popu lation of more than lino, mostly en gineer', workmen in t.ie employ of the contractors who do the clearing, grading, etc . and tradesmen w ho es tablished shops to supply the tempo rary population with the necessities of life. There are many houses, Kir ticularly near I he water front, but they ure ill ground based for il few months only and will be removed when the permanent settlement and building up of the city begins. At I present the temporary city has two I hotels, two banks. 11 board of trade, a newspaper and a number of hard ware, dry goods, general merchan dise, grocery and cigar stores. , Prince Rupert is Slid miles north ol Vancouver, and only forty inil-s J south of the Alar-k.in boundary. It 's in the same latitude as Loudon, and its mean temperature is about th - same us that of London. Tile steum- ship route to the new port from th.' far east lies through the Dixon en trance Into Hmato strait thence into Chatham sound and Prince Rupert harbor. The latter Is really a strait between Digby island and extends fourteen iinl.ti beyond the site of Ihe nsw city. The Provincial gover.i nient made a grant of lo.tiuo acres 10 the railway company, and the latter, il addition, bnugiil 14.(MU acres of Indian rescvc land, making in all 24.tlim. amply sufficient for a city of liiii.niii) inhabitants. The city lias been laid nut artis tically upon rising ground, and ex ti nils from the water line to the crest of th hills overlooking the harbor. Kci boulevards, parks an. I reserva tions for public buildings have be n laid .mi. and the work of laying .-.evv-em and sidewalks is well !n hand. The harnor, which has an entrance 2.1IH0 feet wble and is UK feet iheii at low tide, l.i a'r. aily provide. I w itn a permanent wnarf l.T.ni) feet long .Inch will be ext. inled as necessi y demands. It ix peeled that the 11 1I1. .h.I connection with Prince Ru per will be ..:np'elcd 111 the fall of '91 !. UUJJI notici: or MM-X'IAl. KVLK. MAsTi:ir In the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District of the Territory of New Mexico, in und for the County of Otero. First .National I'ank of A In niogorilo. -New .Mexico, a Corporation, plain tiff, vs. Andrew Story, Nathaniel Peach, S. K. Adklns. I'.. 10. t:nlow. and J. H. Crockett, Defendants. No. - 723. Notice is hereby giv n, that the undersigned, heretofore appointed special master, under and by virtue of the decree of foreclosure, render ed in tin District Court of the Sixth District of New Mexico, within and for the County of Otero, entered on the 1Mb day of March, A. D. 109, in the cause wherein the First Na tional Rank of Alamogordo, New Mexico, a corporation, is plaintiff, an.l Andrew Story, Nathaniel Peach. S. li. Adkins, K. ii. Knlovv and J. H. Crock ett, are the defendants, will on We I uetiduy, the 23d day of June, A. D. 1:hi:i, at the hour of 111 o'clock, a. in., at the front door of the Court House, nl the town of Alamogordo, otcro. Territory of New s. ll at public miction to the and best bidder for i-ash, in ante with the said decree, tilt ing described property, lo- ( 'ounty Mexico, highest wit: An undivided one-half interest in and to the southwest quart, r of tho southwest iiuuiter of section twenty one; the we.-t half of the northwest ouai t. r. and the northwest iiuarter of the southwest quarter, of section 2S; the 1 111st half of the southeast quarter of section tvveiils ; and the cast half j ol the northeast ijuarter of section twenty-nine, township sixteen south, range twelve east, N. M. P. M. Said property will be sold at the time and place aforesaid, for the' purpose of satisfying the said plain tiff, in the amount due on a certain promissory note and mortgage, set forth In the petition In said cause, with inter. r.t and attorneys' t es, amounting to the sum of J o : 4 . 1 . and which said sum, together with interest thereon, -at the rate of six per cent per annum, from tha date ol the said decrie until puid, was de creed to be a tir.-t li. ii herelnbcforo described, together with the costs hereof to be taxed, and other allow -uiic s, expenses and disbursements as may hereafter be fixed iiy the court. and the undersigned Special Master, for the purpose of satisfying said de cree, -and by virtue or the authority vest' d in him will at the time and place in Ihi.s notice specified, offer lor sale an.l sell at public auction to the high, st find best bidder for cash in accord. inc. with the terms of th" said decree, the rtaid real estate. 11. II MAJOR, Special Master. Shelly and Sherry, Alaiuusord i. N. M .. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Hair Dri'Mf and Chiropodist. Mrs. H.iniliilii. at her parlors osite the .vK ira.lo and next door ;- to St urges t borough dressing, ingi 'in 11 11 e.itnicnt I'ambMii s 1 lexi'ill er Imp! ov . s cafe. j-CHl p treat nails and own am tilt is prepared to fiive treatment. do hair corns, bunions an I She gives massaga manicuring. Mrs. preparation of com- builds up tile com plexion. skin and and s be injurious. Sho tonic and cures dandruff and hair fall ing out. restores life to dead hair, re moves moe, warts and superfluous hair. For any blemish of the fa '.a .all and consult Mrs. ltambini. guaranteed not to also prepares hair and prevent Woman lov.s a char, rosy com iilexion. riurilock Tllood Bitters puri ties the blood, clears the skin, re stores ruddy, sound health.