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II UIIIUII U IIULO ,t y I jTl ill D ill 0 II! omen women Women s 'si '8 Suits CMS tS Waists. .1 ,t, V JT S.lk. Jfc AT (IV f ! (f en A glimpse of the Fall Suits and Millinery, Fall Hat, Fall f$ Suit, they are almost one and the same idea in women's f Dozens of 9 Ji jaunty, becoming, proper styles of the ready-to-wear jf variety that are here waiting for your choosing. Semi- I2f ' 'f Dress Hats in a variety of shapes and colors, stylishly tjfi ill . minds junt now. This concerns especially the Fall Hats. trimmed with wings, quills and pompons at $2 to $4. & iii Oi 0 iii ill The Right Place r. For The Correct iii il iii Styles at the Proper Prices. in Bros. If Yonr Parchase Does Not Please in Every Way we will Return Your Money. 313-315 Main Street. m 5? -"5 5 - "5 9 ' . - ... W. P. Wood Clothing. 80t5 WANTED. Inside wlreman. Bern ard Gunsul. 82tf Clifton Chlsholm was in from the ranch yesterday. , 1. B. McKnight was here from Lake Arthur yesterday. . G, W. Corn came down from Eden Valley yesterday. . Jap-a-!ac-We have it. . Pecos Valley Lumber Co. I3tf Dr. A. L. Norfleet went to his home In Artesia last night. ).Ev 6. Mundy. was m from', the janch Sunday and Monday. Swell, rigs with ?od going; gentle, horses -at Stockard & Deen's 69tf Phone Stockard & Deen, Number for the swellest rigs in town. 59tf L.;. Boellner went to Artesia last night on. a short business trip. A. M. Mayhugh, of Oklahoma City, is a business visitor in Roswell. Tcbn Gray, of Carlsbad was a busi ness visitor in Roswell yesterday. B. J. Brunell, of Glencoe, N. M., was a 'visitor here yesterday and today. W.: L. Wells, Jr., of Natchez, Miss., came in last night on a business vis it. V"' . , ' , J. K. Dixon returned to Hagerman last night after spending a day in Roa welL The best livery rigs In town are to be found at Stockard & Deen'a new table. 69tf : FOR SALE. Ticket to Indiana or Kentucky, Cheap. Phone No. 216. .. Wt. FOR RENT Furnished rooms aW 308 Pens, ave, opposite Baptist church. 83t6 A. M. Stewart returned to Carls bad last after spending a. couple of days here. C. Durr, of Artesia. was a visitor in the city yesterday returning home last night. . . WANTED: Cook L. P. D. Stock farm three miles east of Roswell, male preferred. 84tf. O. G. Harris came down froni Por- tales Monday evening for a visit with Roswell friends. S. H. Deed returned to Hagerman last night. He had been looking after business interests. Earl Patterson went to Carlsbad last night on business for the U. S. Geological Survey. . . John S. Major returned to his home in Artesia last night after spending the day in Roswell. -T FOR RENT: nicely furnished room to gentleman. Nice place to right party. 522 Pecos Ave. 84t2. Mrs. George J. Shields returned last night from a two months' visit at Den ver and Oklahoma City. F. M. Merrick returned to his home in Artesia last night after spending four days in. this city. Buy your wall paper, glass, bug gy paint and floor finish at the Pe cos Valley Lumber Co. 73tf FOR SALE. Cheap, a nice gentle horse with buggy and harness. H. Briiliant, 105 South Lea. 82t2 S. W, Meyer and wife were here from Artesia yesterday looking after business at tbe land office. Building material of all kinds. We strive to ptease.the buildeiv-KEMP LUMBER CO., East Fourth St. 40tf J. J. . Stockton came in last night from Stockton, N. M.. and will be here a few days looking after business. M. G. Henderson who is "making his headquarters in" Roswell left "last night for Artesia on piano business. J. Walter Day returned to his home in Dayton; last night after spending a few days in Roswell with friends. W. L. Reynolds, H. E. Richards and John Lynch came in yesterday from the Hondo reservoir for a business vis it. -)-r A, O. Milice, Jeal Estate r - r PHONE 875. NOTARY PUBLIC, XAS BLOCK. - BOOM 8 Buttermilk 12 cents oer eallon. delivered' at your residence. Send us vour address. Roswell Creamery Co. 75tf. ' George A. White returned to his home in Hagerman last night after spending a, day with friends in Ros well,.v FOR RENT. A six room house, with baths. Close in, nicely furnished, v " Or " unfurnished; Inquire- at" "Record ; office. "': '":- '' ' '- H. E. Foster of . Portales; arrived yes erJay evening and will remain here ermanently if he finds a- stiitaWa lo cation. - , WANTED: Competent Womani for general housework. $20 per month No washing and ironing. 426 N. Richardson. 84t2. Dr. J. L. Evans, who has been .visit ing his brother Judge J. T. Evans left last night for Hagerman to visit his sister, Mrs. Woldrom. Sam Cox, who was here a couple of days on business left last night for Artesia, from where he will go "to his home in the mountains. Dr. J. K. Bishop and C. W. Ds Freest left last night for a few day's stay in Lakewood, having with them the necessary materials for a hunt. Chicken Volauvent and Oyster pat ty supper will be served at the new Price & Company building on Tues day and Wednesday the 10th, and 11th. 84tf. Miss Myrtle Miller, of LIpscom, Tex as, is here to attend the public school of Roswell during the coming winter She is stoppng with Mrs. J. B. Mat thews. Come and see the cheap fuel burn er. It fits any stove and reduces your fuel bill half. Ladies especially invit ed. Rufe Walker, 119 North Main street. 83tf Miss Jessie Wever, of Higgins, Tex as, is here for the winter to attend the public schools , of :tRosw.el'. She is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs Geo. Zink. - FOR SALE. Nice business.- netting $300 to $500 per month. Price eight hundred and fifty dollars. Reason for selling, other business. Address 3.J J. H., Record. 82t3 Tom Vest, who Is one of the pro prietors of the "Two Toms" saloon at Carlsbad, returned to his home last night after spending a couple of days with friends in RoswelL, Mr and Mrs. F. P. Gayle returned last night from Texas. Mr. Gayle has been to Tennessee and other points and Mrs. Gayle has been to, Mineral Wells and various points in Texas. . J. W. Armstrong returned to his home in Carlsbad last night after spending a couple of days here , visit ing with friends and attending to bu siness at the Government land office. W. H. Coon, wife and' son, Richard passed through Roswell last night "On; their way to their old "home at Ha: german. where - they have . sold, their property preparatory tq.-v moving,., to Fort Worth. Major J. Willis, Young People's Se cretary for the Western Province ot the Salvation Army, will conduct spe cial meetings at the hall on Third street, east of Main, Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 3rd and 4th. Every body welcome. 83t2 G. F. Batron wife and mother-in-law Mrs. M. Brosnihan, passed through Roswell last night on their way to Hagerman, where they will - visit Mr, Batron's mother, Mrs. M. S. Batron, who is well known in Roswell. G. F. Barton lived here about nine years ago. HALF THE CHILDREN in town can be gotten to perform any task or take the most nasty medicine if they are assured of some of our - -: - - DELICIOUS CANDY. f ;" as a reward. .And the parents of . the other half should take this hint by try ing It an their .offspring. It works every time. " We have even heard of a boy who asked for castor oil so he could "have some " candy - afterward. but he stipulated that it must be from our shop. Wise boy, that. A K. Mott 309 Main Street. ,:'-T-v D. D. Temple was here from Artesia today. - - John Fanning was here from "Lake: wood today. j "- Frank Anderson came up from- Ha german this morning, v J. E. Be6 came up from Hagerman this morning to spend the day. - W. F. Brawn, the Dexter merchant, wft, a.-visitor in Roswell today.. L. W." Godell came'ttp from Dexter this fadrnfneoh a business -visit. Mrs. -W J. Gosseti 'returned ' "this morateg fron..a, visit at Carjsbad: . Dr. W. A. Savage left this morn ing for Portales, to inspect cattle. W.. M. Crow, of Lake Arthur, was a business visitor in Roswell today. A. M. Corbett came up from Hager man this morning on a short visit. F. M. Merrick returned this morn ing from a business trip down the road. . Mrs. Zilla Robertson and Miss Ha zel Hawkins were here from Dexter today shoppng. J. - D. Perry arrived this morning from Abilene, Texas for a few days' business visit. E. T. Jones and A. A. Bailey came up from Hagerman this morning to spend the day with friends. C. F. Mathews, one of the promi nent citizens of Lake Arthur came up this morning to look after business interests. FOR SALE. Quick deal. Residence, 408 Penn. ave., $1,700.00, cash or time. Address C. C. CI White, Dade- ville, Mo., 84tl. D. H. Burdett, manager of the Sev en Rivers Real Estate Company, of Lakewood came up this morning on a business visit. Ed Gross, who has been looking af ter the work on the new dam at Carlsbad, came up this morning to spend the day. He will return tonight. ' h. -; - ...... ! Chicken Volauvent an d Oyster pat ty supper will" be served at the new Price & , Company building on Tues day and Wednesday; the; 10th, and 11th. r ' 84tf. Mrs. M. E. Richardson, who has been here visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. G. Polsgrove, for the past eight months, left this morning for her home in Nevada, Mo. Mrs. R. T. Wattenbarger, of Tennes see, who has been visiting here for several days left this morning for the Yellow House ranch in Texas where she will make her home. Mrs. Alice Weinbrenner, of Lake Arthur, who has been visiting ' here for the past few days, left this morn ing for Elida where she will accept a position in a printing " office. Mrs.. John Rhea and her guest. Miss Nannie Grinnan left this morn ing for Texas. Miss Grinnan, who ha been 'here for a month, lives at Brown wood; " and Mrs. Rhea will visit for "two 'months' at Coleman. .,B. P. Osburn, formerly in charge of the Southern M. E. library and reading room here, left this morning for a few days' stay at Texico. From there he will go to his old home at Dyersburg, Tenn., to visit relatives. With every suit sold by us you get a guaranty, free of charge; elsewhere you pay for the guaranty, even if you don't know it. Call and look over our line of fall and winter samples, it costs nothing to look. Roswell Clothes Club. T. T. & S. Owing to the rush of job work in cidental to the week before the fair, the Record will have to back down on its proposition to issue a special edition on Saturday. We have all the work we can handle and will have to postpone our advertising campaign until after the fair. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gibbins left this morning for Stoneburg, Texas, where Mrs. Gibbins will be for a month. Mr. Gibbins will make a bu siness trip to Kansas City and the northern part of the Territory in the mean time. He will ship lambs and wethers from Torrance on October 25th, and from Corona on October 15th. . J. Hircher left last night for his home in Carlsbad after spending a day with friends in Roswell. He was on his way home from Las Vegas, where he has been attending the New Mexico Association of Firemen, being chief efothe-, Volunteer Department at Carlsbad.- He states that he believes that the. firemen of the territory will be able to restore certain - Insurance prtvUeges" that'tave been takeak away from it, - -"' ' Electrical Strike Spreads. Berlin, Oct. 3. The strike of elec trical workers has extended to two more factories. The total number of men out is 38,000. No ; disturbances have - yet occurred. Two-thirds of the- street -cars are running. ; Cloudy and Cooler THIS MEANS STOVE WEATHER. . No further forecast is neces sary for .you to decide that NOW is the time to put up HEATING STOVES and possible avoid a baa spell of sickness. We have a ffood variety of Firstclasa Heaters and will be glad to assist you in your selection. All Sizes, All Prices. But Always The Best, iRoswell Hardware Col "Reliable Goods at Reasonable Prices." Court Over at Portales. Judge -Wm. H. Pope, Clerk C. M Bird and Attorney J. M. Hervey re turned last night from Portales, where they conducted the October term of court, finishing it in one day, as had been expected. There was nei ther grand nor petit jury and the. on ly action taken was to dismiss some cases, and hear a few motions. All other cases were continued until the second Monday in December, when court will be reopened there. Chicken Volauvent and Oyster pat ty Supper" will be served at the new Price & Company building on Tues day and Wednesday, ' the 10th, and 11th. ' '.. 84tf. New Cure for Cancer. All surface cancers are now known to be curable by Bucklen's Arnica Salve healed it, and now it is per fectly well." Guaranteed cure for cuts and burns. 25c at Roswell Drug and Jewelry Co. Grand Jury for Equitable. New York. Oct. 2. District Attor ney Jerome announced in court today that he would make public next Thursday a statement in regard to the necessity for an extraordinary ses sion of the grand jury to consider Eq uitable Life Assurance matters. WANTED. A man who understands something about gardening. Ala meda Greenhouse. 83tf ' Our Stein BIoch Raincoat Serviceable for a wide cir cle of uses than any coat made. Vital with clean cut style and grace, it keeps out rain and chill on dark days, and laughs at cold and frost on clear ones, -covers a business suit beneath a derby or dark society garb beneath a silk hat vith equal facility. "Materials, full Priestly cravenetted woolens, guar anteed, in a score of pat terns and shades. PRICE $i5 to $25 JOYC&PRUIT CO.