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San Antonio light and gazette. [volume] (San Antonio, Tex.) 1909-1911, April 29, 1909, Image 4

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STORM SWEEPS
MIDDLE SHW

Maj. Buell Thinks Th'
Will Have a Texas
Soakintyjood
Major Buell’s 0D —
morning showed JU weather map this'
i®te“ity was . a" that a storm of great
2 t^ t?lO %oving rapidly across the
hunch that aPs and the ma j or got the
over beD er the disturbance was
lexas. XEgficial rains would prevail in
“C/o.
..-clones and tornadoes are on the
’“/gram for today in Oklahoma, Kan
* j. Arkansas and the middle states,’
' .aid Major Buell after he had taken a
squint at the map. “I don’t think
there will be much cutting up of the
■wind in Texas, but the indications are
that before the storm is over the Lone
Star state will get a good soaking. And
It Is going to grow colder tonight in
Bau Antonio and vicinity. Snow is re
ported today from North Dakota, Mon
tana. Wyoming and Utah. Below frees
Ing weather occurs in the northern
Rocky mountain states. It is 76 degrees
on the west gulf coast and 24 degrees
at Havre, Montana.”
E. E. Rankin, chief clerk to the claim ’
agent of the Katy at Dallas, is in the
eity today on a regular business trip. ]
END TO DYSPEPSIA*!
Eat Your Favorite Food Without Any
Fear of Distress.
Don’t think you have catarrh of the
stomach just because you are distressed
after eating or have sour eructations.
The simplest kind of food will cause
belching of gas, heaviness, dizziness
and biliousness if the stomach isn’t in
good condition.
It’s a very easv matter to set the
stomach right and if vou’ll just swallow
one or two little Mi o na tablets before
with or after meals. You’ll discover
that all stomach agony is unnecessary.
Mi-o-na is a great big help to a tired,
Wornout or overworked stomach. Lt
quickly put it into such perfect con
dition that the most hearty meal can
be eaten and digested with pleasure.
And please bear in mind that while
Mi o na is guaranteed to quickly ban
ish all the ordinary stomach ills that
it is also guaranteed by the Bexar
Drug Co. to cure indigestion, gastritis,
nnh, muQ 4* o.
THURSDAY,
WITTE TERRACE
Talking about your swell additions, have you seen the Witte Terrace, situated between Marlborough Place and Highland Park? The
part of town where there is something doing. It is a lovely location and Dr. Witte has spent lots of money in improving it. Beauti
ful red cement sidewalks, high-class macadamized streets, water laid to every lot, lots 50x150 feet to a 25-foot alley, right on the car line
that is now being built, fifteen or twenty fine homes are going up right away, and where the owner is willing to take a dollar profit,
and let you make one, too. Dr. Witte put this addition on the market two weeks ago and has sold eighty-nine (89) lots—a little over
one-half. There are still unsold:
TWELVE LOTS AT $250 EACH ONE LOT AT $4OO NINE LOTS AT $3OO EACH ONE LOT AT $450
THIRTY.TWO LOTS AT $350 EACH TWO LOTS AT $5OO EACH , TWENTY-EIGHT LOTS AT $6OO EACH
ONE-THIRD CASH, BALANCE ONE, TWO AND THREE YEARS
Having sold Dr. Witte this additiou for the Highland Park people, I am very familiar with the surrounding conditions and the improve
ments that will be made there. Everybody that has ever bought lots in any of Dr. Witte’s addition have always made big money and
“Witte Terrace” is the best that he has ever put on the market, and those that get in on the ground floor will double their money.
These lots at the above prices, will all be sold in a few days, so if you are in the market for a homesite or an.investment that you can
double your money on call me up and I will be glad to call on you in an automobile and show you where you can make some money.
IF YOU MEAN BUSINESS YOU WILL BUY WHEN YOU SEE IT
511 MOORE
BLDG
BOES TO BE
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Special Dispatch.
Marshall, Tex., April 29.—Following
the killing of a deputy sheriff and the
wounding of Constable Cargill, a few
davs ago by negroes, the grand jury ;
here today returned indictments eharg
ing Creole Mose. Pie Hill and Mat;
Chase, with murder.
Hill, Chase and Mat Jefferson are ,
also charged with assault to murder,'
highway robbery and using firearms.
Three attorneys were appointed to
defend each prisoner, the right to be 1
present in eourt was waived, a venire
was drawn and the cases set for trial
Monday.
MANY INJURED IN
EXPRESS TRAIN WRECK.
dotted Preis Association.
Spriqgfield, Mass.. Apr. 19. —The Mo
-1 doc express from the west on the Bos
-1 ton & Albany was wrecked today near
j North Wilbraham, the engine, five
1 coaches and a sleeper going down the
। embankment. One man is reported killed
. outright and many injured. A relief
train was sent from here.
OYSTERS FADE
AFTER MAY 1
No more shipments of oysters will
be allowed to reach San Antonio after
the first of next month, according to ,
an order issued by Dr. H. D. Barnitz,
president of the city health depart
ment. today. The warm weather, which,
it is said, makes the bivalves danger
ous to the general health of the com
munity, is the reason given for the end
of the oyster season.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦J
♦ DEATH RECORD
♦ ♦
Dolores Farrales.
Dolores Farrales. aged 79 years, who
had lived in this city for the last quar
ter of a century, died yesterday after
i noon at her home, 1222 San Fernando
1 street. Mrs. Farrales had been in ill
j health for the last three months.
The funeral will take place this af
I ternoon from the late home and inter
ment will be in the San Fernando cem
!etery.
SULLIVAN REPORTED
TO BE RESTING E> ,
| / ... j good
. / -,.1 . , ... ,
ALLEN
"THE REAL ESTATE MAN"
CARDWELL TO RUN
AS INDEPENDENT
, The matter of preparing the official ;
ballot to be used at the general city i
election to be held in San Antonio on j
May 11, will be taken up by Mayor
Callaghan and the city council Monday I
afternoon, following the regular ses
sion. ,
Mayor Callaghan this forenoon direct |
ed City Clerk Fries to notify all candi
dates to be present. The general pub I
lie will be given an opportunity to
niake such recommendations as is deem
ed necessary.
The names 4o be placed on the offi- I
eial ballot will be decided upon. Thus
far only one petition has been tiled re
questing that a name be placed on the
ballot, aside from the candidates on the
administration ticket, that being Boyd
Cardwell. Mr. Cardwell has secured the
necessary 5 per cent of the votes cast in
| the third ward at the last general elec
, tion. He will run as an independent
' candidate against E. Monger, the pres
-1 ent incumbent.
At this meeting also the names of the
1 supervisors and judges will be an
! nounced by the council.
ELECTRICIAN WHITE
GREATLY IMPROVED.
City Electrician Will A. White, who
was injured last week in an accident
on South Flores street, when the wagon
he occupied was overturned, waa re-
I ported today as greatly improved. He
■ is still at his home on Durango street
and it is said that it will be several
। weeks before he will be able to leave
I the house.
Fred Woodson, who was injured at
the same time, is also reported im
proved.
Have you indigestion, constipation,
headache, backache, kidney trouble?
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will
make you well. If it fails, get your
money back. That’s fair. Tea or
Tablets form. 35 cents. Lone Star
Drug Store.
FILES DECLARATION.
M—
Albin Peter filed his declaration of
intention to become a citizen of the
United Stutes in the office of the fed
eral clerk this morning. He renounces
allegiance to Emperor Franz Josef of
Austria, having emigrated from that
country in 1906.
_-W ■ Is an ordeal which all women
9 lWa> approach with dread, for
3K ai j II nothing compares to the pain
of child-birth. The thought
SAN ANTONIO LIGHT AND GAZETTE
WATCH YOUR
BANK NOTES
The bleaching of $1 bills to obtain '
paper on which to print those 'of $2O i ■
and $lO denominations, is an old, but I
clever trick recently indulged in by j
Chicago artists, according to a notice -
received by local federal officers. The
counterfeit complained of is a $2O note, j
series, of 1902, portrait of McCulloch,;
check letter “A,” charter number 246.'
The warning notice says:
‘‘This counterfeit should not de-!
ceive the -ordinary careful handler of
money, as it is a pen-and-brush produc
tion of only fair workmanship. A gen
uine one-dollar bill from which the
printing had been bleached was used in !
i order to obtain paper for the counter
feit. It issues from Chicago and may be I
] followed by others. ’ ’
Warning is also sent out regarding a
!$5 silver certificate, series of 1899, 1
। check letter “C.” It is rather crude,
; the most noticeable defect being in the
, portrait of the Indian chief, the nose
and center of the face being badly re
produced.
, A tickling or dry cough con be quick- ।
ly loosened with Dr. Shoop’s Cough Rem-
I edy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing
j unsafe or harsh. Sold by A. M. Fischer. |
National Stock. National Stock.
CORPUS IS ON
FIRING LINE
Ab representatives of the San An
tonio Business Men’s club. F. W. Cook
and J. 11. Kirkpatrick attended a meet
ing yesterday at Corpus Christ! of
government engineers, presided over by
Captain Oakes, relative to the enlarge
ment of the Corpus Christi channel so
as to admit deep going vessels.
•'Over 200 people were in attendance,”
said Mr. Kirkpatrick who returned here
today. "As a visitor from Ban Antonio*
the most remarkable point of the meet
ing was the enthusiasm displayed by
the people of Corpus Christi. Corpus
is no longer a sleepy little town by the
sea hnt a modern city of 12,000 people
who are alive and alert to its possibili
ties. Plans have been drawn for a
$500,000 modern hotel and a full sewer
age system is contemplated under the
| commission plan*
। ‘‘Further meetings on the deep water
. project are to be held and the people are
confident they will get what they are
after.”
MARVELOUS
REVELATIONS
Mme. Emma Martin Astonishes People|
Who Call to Test Her Powers.
THE PHENOMENAL WONDER OF
THE DAY.
She Penetrates the Mysteries of the
Soul, Delves Into the Past and
Inquiries Into the Future.
Do you sometimes long for a glimpse
past the curtain that hides and shuts
out the future from,our view? Do you
occasionally feel that if you could only
have some inkling—some idea as to the
course you should pursue with reference I
' to some contingency that looms up in
i the future, dark and forbidding, that j
you could better appreciate and enjoy ;
life? Would it not be very agreeable to
know as to your future prosperity, hap
piness, journeys and habitation; to
know what locality is most auspicious
for you; what sort of investment prom
' ises fortune’s golden flow; what days of
the week and month are most lucky for
I you; what person is best suited for life
I companio'n—in short, to be able to on
. ticipate coming events? Would you
1 achieve success? Would you know and
I experience the pleasures that come from
leading instead of being led? Would
I you win the merit in the eyes of those
j with whom you come in contact and
1 create a favorable impression wherever
you go? In short, are you tired of your
! present hit-or-miss existence and lack of
ELECTRIC PARK
Grand Formal Opening Saturday Night at 8:00 O'Clock
Splendid Program of Music and Speeches. New features have been added
this year, making this Park Resort one the finest in the south
TAKE A SPIN THROUGH THE FUN FACTORY
Laugh Yourself to Death in the Humah Laundry
—rwti wJLuan n-w a IV- • _______ ___
ability to create impressions? Surely
you are. Then it is a duty that you owe |
to yourself to visit Mme. Martin at j
once.
If you are working under the handi
cap of oppression to your natural adap
tations, Mme. Martin will advise you
as to what field of effort promises great
est reward. She will tell you when and
whom you will marry; the locality best i
suited for your habitation; the kind of |
investments which will bring greatest |
returns. If you are in trouble she can |
help you. If you desire to be able to in- ।
fluence others she will reveal to you
the secret of the wonderful power called
“Personal Magnetism” and show you
how to cultivate it. PerSonal Magnetism,
scientific salesmanship, etc., art of fas
cination, will, power—call it what you
please —is the dominating force that
[ rules the wortd today. It makes women
। charming, delightful and winsome; it
brings social success where beauty fails;
; it brings triumphs over financial diffi-
I culties and wins the laurels in the hard-
I est battles of life.
You should consult Mme: Martin now.
that you may commence to live your
| life in entire harmony with your natur
■ al, scientific, planetary conditions which
I encircle you, obedience to which means
I the fullest measure of success, happiness
j and contentment.
The most critical test that one who
! practices a profession must submit to is
the crucial test of time. Mme. Emma
[ Martin has been before the public for
I many years. She has met every expecta
tion, every advertised promise, and her
reputation is established. Her parlors
j at 224 Avenue C are so arranged as to
' insure privacy and seclusion. All mat
i ters are treated in sacred confidence.
Hours, 9:30 a. m. to 8 p. m.
APRIL 29, ISOS.
SAN ANTONIO
TEXAS
GIRL LINGERS
IN THE SHADOW
Susie Ramirez, the Mexican girl who
admitted that she had swallowed poi
son yesterday shortly after 12 o’clock
because her sweetheart was to marry
another, is still in a precarious condi
tion at her home in the rear of 310
Monterey street, although the attend
ing physician today reported that her
condition had shown slight improve
ment.
Malaria Makes Pale Sickly Children.
The Old Standard GROVE’S TASTE
LESS CHILL TONIC, drives out ma
laria and builds up the system. Fot
grown people and children, 50c.
NEW CLAIM AGENT.
The Katy is to have a new claim
agent at Temple. W. B. Blaine, who is
1 in the eity today, has resigned the po
sition to engage tn the practice of law,
effective on tie first. George Cull, who
has been appointed to succeed Mr.
Blaine, is also here, being inducted in-
I to the duties by the former incumbent.
If you have backache and urinary
troubles you should take Foley’s Kid
ney Remedy to strengthen and build
up the kidpeys so they will act prop
erly, as a serious kidney trouble may
develop. Bexar Drug Co.
Special prices on all lines of ve
hicles and buggy harness for this
week only at 234 South Florea St.
Theo. Artzt orchestra. Both phones.

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