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Shoe Bargains for Men and Women In The
j Mill Overproduction Sale
WANTED Shoes at Pink Ticket Prices—A characteristic of the Mill
Overproduction Sale that you have probably noticed is this, the
merchandise involved in it is the wanted and desirable kinds.
Direlict stuff, antiques and curios of the past riff-raff trash have not been
nor ever will be offered at Wolfson s.
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Women's $3.00 Pumps
Black suede leather ankle strap Pumps made over
the newest lasts with hand turned 4
soles and Cuban heels. Sold every- I Ql ■■
where for $3.00. Pink Ticketed |
Men’s $3.50 Eagle Blucher Oxfords
They are of tan Russia calf or of black vici kid and gun metal calf with Good
year welt soles and military heels. All are made over new
lasts. For the Mill Overproduction Sale the Pink Tickets J B* ■
mark each pair B
$4.00 Patent Leather Oxfords
Eagle Oxfords in both Blucher and button styles. Made of patent colt. Some
have dull calf tops and some dull calf panels. Not all sizes 4fc
in both lots, but your is in one of them. All Pink Ticketed ■ ■■
at. pair ,
" 1
SAUL WOLFSON DRY GOODS CO
ELECIRICAI WORKERS
OF BOSTOh 00 STRIKE
Want 50c an Hour and Half
Holiday During Summer.
AssociatM Press.
Boston, Mass.. June 3.t— About SOO
electrical workers, including practical
ly all union men of their trade in Bos
ton, w»nr on strike today. Thev ask
for a minimum wage rate of 50 cents
an hour or $4 a day and a Saturday
haif holiday for five months begin
•a? May 15.
Childran Cry
FOR FLETCHER’S
CASTO R I A
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
UP FIVE POINTS
Associated Press.
New York. June 3.—Furious buying
of Southern Pacific brought the stock
tip 5 1* points to 129 and had a sus
taining influence on the general list.
exterlilhators
BOUGH ON BATS, unbeatable exterminator.
BOUGH ON MOTH AND ANTS, Powder, 36e.
ROUGH ON BEDBUGS, Powder or Llq'd, 25c
BOUGH ON FLEAS, Powder or Liquid, 25c.
ROUGH ON ROACHES, P«wd. 18e, Uq’d 25c
ROUGH ON HEN LICE. Nest Powder, 25e.
ROUGH ON SKEETERS, agreeable in use 25c
DnUGHfRATC clears our
Pc" Rats, Mice
the old
Reliable
that
never fails
Unbeatable Exterminator
(YHtW M
Liquid, spout cans. Deetror* al! adult B*d ■
Baits, and preTents further hatching oil
their esr«. pints, 15c.. 1 pint, 2fic. 1 jn»l. ■
cans, $1.50, ft gals., $6.00. At Druggists. ■
E. 5- WELLS, Chemist, Jersey City, N. J.
You really ought to have a check account here
A bank account means the right change
at all times.
The Emmet Bank
(Unincorporated)
I
Thos. L. Conroy, President
Wolff & Marx Co’s. June Realization Sale Begins Monday the 7th
THURSDAY.
Women’s $2.50 Ankle Strap Pumps
Made of golden brown kid over new lasts. They have a pearl
slide on the front, hand turned soles and Cuban heels. They are
the Overproduction of the $2.50 line of one of 4 4J
the leading makers in the country. Pink Ticket I K■■
price for a pair | g f
Misses’ $2.50 Ankle Strap Pumps
Two lots at one-quarter less than the price they were made to sell
for. Patent leather or golden brown kid with 1 ft
pearl slide in front and low heels. In the Mill I BCal
Overproduction Sale Pink Ticketed I
MANY TOMATOES
IN THE MAKET
Southwest Texas tomatoes are just
beginning to be unloaded on the San
Antonio market, the receipts having
trebled this week and pi ices have drop
ped accordingly. The home grown to
matoes, however, are the beet ones on
the market.
The supply of cucumbers, which have
been flooding the market the last few
days, has fallen off considerably.
Squash, beans and other vegetables
are coming in in fair quantities.

Many of our citizens are drifting to
wards Bright ’s disease by neglecting
symptoms of kidney and bladder trou
ble which Foley’s Kidney Remedy will
quickly eure.—Bexar Drug Co.
Works in Humble
Position and Does
Not Want Pull
“That’s a little of the spirit that
put Julius Kruttschnitt in his high po
sition,’’ said a prominent local offi
cial of the Southern Pacific today,
pointing to a circular issued by the
superintendent of the Shasta division
of the Southern Pacific railroad which
discloses that one of the sons of Ju
Hus Kruttschnitt, director of operation
and maintenance or the Harriman sys
tem, is trying to work his wav np from
the bottom without the “puli’’ which
might be exerted in his behalf. Tt an
nounces that T. H. Kruttschnitt has
been appointed assistant roadmaster of
the Siskiyou district of the Shasta di
vision of the Southern Pacific at
Weed, Cal.
The headquarters referred to is a
lumber town, in the heart of the Sis
kiyou mountains.
The position which young Knitt
schnitt, who is a Yale graduate, has
accepted is so humble that heretofore
none but track laborers have aspired
to it. His duties will be bossing a gang
made up of Greeks, Italians and possi
bly Japanese. By doing this rough
work he hopes to secure practical
knowledge of track construction, after
which, it is understood, he is going to
apply for admission to the students’
course of the Southern Pacific, which
requires 42 months of strenuous work,
including braking on a freight train.
Women’s $3.50 Oxfords
Blucher Oxfords of tan Russian calf made with
tips on the toes. Goodyear welt 4t 4| 4b
soles and military heels. In the Alu
Mill Overproduction Sale priced at £
IHE GAME LAWS
MUST BE OBEYED
No Hunting or Fishing On the
Military Reservations Ex
cept By Permit.
President John J. Stevens of the
Texas Game Protective association re
cently called the attention of General
Myer to the offenses of persons in the
military service against the game laws
and has received an answer from Gen
eral Meyer, himself a sportsman, in the
form of a circular which has been sent
out at the army post.
The circular is wide in its scope and
absolutely prohibits the military serv
ice from offending against the game
laws of the state and charges post com
manders, caretakers and all others with
their strict enforcement. No hunting
or fishing will be permitted on any of
the military reservations except by
permit and the holder of such permit
will be held responsible for the strict
obeying of the game laws.
Heretofore the military reservations
have been considered exempt from the
state game laws.
Working Behind Closed Doors.—The
city collector and his force of clerks
are working behind closed doors in an
effort to clear the desks of business
which has accumulated during the
rush of taxpaying time.
HAPPY RESULTS
Have Made Many San Antonio Resi
dents Enthusiastic.
No wonder scores of San Antonio
citizens grow enthusiastic, it is
enough to make anyone happy to find
relief after years of suffering. Pub
lic statements like the following are
but truthful representations of the
daily work done in San Antonio bv
Doan's Kidney Pills.
Mrs. G. L. Spurrier, 432 Ninth
stree,, San Antonio, Texas, says: "I
can still endorse Doan's Kidney Pills,
though it is over a year ago since I
gav e them my statement for publica
tion recommending them. My husband
suffered from kidney disease in a
most severe form for some time. He
had acute pains in his back and loins
and would often be dizzy and weak.
He finally procured a box of. Doan's
Kidney Pills from the Bexar Drug Co.
and they cured him entirely of the
complaint. My daughter also tried the
remedy and was cured of a similar
trouble. With these effects before me
I am very willing to renew my tor
tner testimonial.”
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name—Doan’s—and
t?ke no other.
SAN ANTONIO LIGHT AND GAZETTE
NEWS FROM ALL OVER TEXAS
AUDITORS ON
THE I. & G. N.
X
Special Diepatch.
Palestine, Tex., June 3.—Assistant
General Manager Clark of the Interna
tional 4 Great Northern today announc
ed that beginning June 4 auditors will
be placed on all passenger trains of
that railroad.
CONFEDERATE VETERAN
DIES AT TYLER
Special Dispatch.
Tyler, Tex., June 3.—T. W. Junin,
county tax assessor, aged 69 years, died
here today from cancer. He was a Cdn
federate veteran in the Third Texas
cavalry and was well known over the
state.
MANY HOMESEEKERS
-FOR SOUTHWEST TEXAS
Paris, Tex., June 3.—Due to the re
cent heavy rains breaking the drouth
throughout west and southwest Texas
yesterday and today a number of well
filled homeseekers’ trains passed
passed through here to be distributed
over the state. One special will be
taken via the T. & P. to Big Springs
and another will go south over the T.
4 B. V.
,; • • *
Pains of women, head pains, or any
patn stopped in 20 minutes sure, with Dr.
Shoop’s Pink Pain Tablets. See full for
mula on 25c box. Sold by A. M. Fischer
Wants to Hold
Millions in. Texas
The Equitable Life Insurance Com
pany was organized in the City of San
Antonio, State of Texas. Its officers
are men of character, men who are
known throughout the great State of
Texas, men whose question of purpose
is beyond reproach, men with Insurance
ability. What more is possible to make
up a first class Insurance Company?
OUR PURPOSE.
The Equitable Life Insurance Com
pany carries with its organization a
purpose, differing in its method from
other heretofore organized Companies.
Texas, the largest, grandest and most
productive State in the Union, has bnt
few Companies, as compared with other
States far less in area and no greater
in population, »
The City of Des Moines. lowa, has
nine old line and several Fraternal
Companies while all of Texas cannot
meet this one City with a population
of less than 100,000.
The average Texan does not quite
comprehend the great size of this State
and consequently has not kept up with
its required needs.
Texas is large enough to support fifty
Life Insurance Companies and it is to
be hoped that the organization of In
surance Companies will continue until
the field is well covered.
The Eastern Companies have had a
rich field for their operations in the
past. Texas has been drained of her
wealth and the tide of Gold eastward
bound has been enormous. The public
must have protection and until quite
recently there were no companies in
the State to write the Insurance.
Companies organized under the laws
of Texas must deposit the reserve on
each policy written with the State and
you don’t hear any great objection, nor
have any of the Texas Companies left
the State.
They are made up of good old
staunch Texans and the Texas people
should support these Companies ' and
keep the outside Companies out of the
State until they are willing to do for
the people of Texas the same as that
required of the Texas Companies.
THE DIFFERENCE.
Insurance carried in Companies out
side of the State pj Texas is handled
and manipulated bv men who are un
known to the policy holder, while Texas
Companies arc compelled to deposit the
reserve on each policy written with
the great State of Texas.
Immediately you have double secur
ity. The Company with all of its capital
stock, accumulation and surplus to
gether with the Reserve deposited with
the State of Texas for your security.
The Texas companies are doubly se
cure and arc absolutely safe and sound
and that is more than can he said of
some of the great Companies, now
knocking for admission to this great
producing State.
THE TEXAS COMPANIES ARE
BETTER.
THE TEXAS COMPANIES ARE
STRONGER.
THE TEXAS COMPANIES ARE
SAFER. ’
Then why not take the safe side of
life and avoid worry.
The Equitable Life Insurance Com
pany purposes to be an educator along
the different lines of Life Insurance.
Millions of dollars are lost yearly, be
cause the holder is unaecnstomed to the
many manipulations in the greater
number of Life Insurance policies.
It will be the aim of the Equitable
Life Insurance Company to issue a
policy that you can read and under
stand.
A policy in the Equitable Life Insur
ance Company means protection to your
family.
It means that your Premiums are
kept in Texas.
It means that the Reserve is placed
I on deposit with the State of Texas.
DENIES IT WILL SELL
TO TEXAS COMPANY
Special Dispatch.
Lake Charles, La., June 3.—ln a
brief filed today the Evangeline Oil
company, which is fighting a suit to
avoid a receiver for the company, de
nounces the statement that it is plan
ning to sell to the Texas Oil company.
The Evangeline company is evolved
from the Central Asphalt company,
having its plant 'in Jefferson county,
Texas.
MEN PAST FIFTY IN DANGER.
Men past middle life have found
comfort and relief in Folev’s ICidney
Remedy, especially for enlarged pros
tate gland, which is very 7 common
among elderly men. L. E. Morris, Dex
ter, Ky., writes: “Up to a year ago
my father suffered from kidney and
bladder trouble and several physicians
pronounced it enlargement of the pros
tate gland and advised an operation.
On account of his age we were afraid
he could not stand it and I recom
mended Foley’s Kidney Remedy, and
the first bottle relieved hi?n, and after
taking the second bottle he was no
longer troubled with this complaint.’’
For sale by Bexar Drug Co.
DR. PAUL M. PECS, | Osteopaths,
DR. MABV E PECK, | Hleks Bldg.
Fifth floor. Bath ahonow
■ IRKHEAD A BOOTH,
Suites 306-7 Frost Building.
Both Phones.
J. R. Brutan of Abilene is registered
at the St. Anthony hotel.
It means that a policy in The Equit
able Life Insurance Company is BET
TER, STRONGER and SAFER, than if
placed with any outside Company.
With the many advantages now wait
ing for Life Insurance Companies, there
is no time more opportune than the
present, to build up a great Life Insur
ance Company in Texas.
The great Companies of the East
have amassed untold wealth and are
now piling it up at the rate of mil
lions each year. Texas policy holders
spent last year more than $3,580,751
for Life Insurance and received $749,-
026 in return.
Don’t you think it would be a good
business deal to keep the whole $3,580,-
751 in Texas
Insurance Stoek is worthy of consid
eration by every class of investor. A
small amount invested in Life Insur
ance Stock will bring you an income the
rest of your life and will pass on down
to your posterity.
Failure in Life Insurance Companies
are unknown and you never find Life
Insurance Stoek for sale after organi
zation. Life Insurance Stock is better
than Government bonds.
It pays better and is equally as safe.
The progress made by Life Insur
ance Companies seem phenomenal, yet
their growth has only been along natur
al lines.
The past showing of some of the
Companies will demonstrate the safety
of The Equitable Life Insurance Com
pany.
Aetna Life, Hartford, Conn.
Original capital stock paid
in cash $ 150,000
Present capital stock, paid
by stock dividends 2,000,000 ।
The total cash dividends paid
up to and including the year
1900 have been 3,332,154
■Total stock dividends 5,202,154
Htock not purchasable. Rated by re
liable authorities at $2,500 per $lOO
share.
Prudential Life, New Jersey,
Original capita] stock paid
in cash $ 100,000
Present capital stock (paid
by stock dividends) 2,000,000
Cash dividends paid twenty
years, over 2,112,980
Total stock dividends 4,012,980
Stock not purchasable. Rated at
$5,009 per $lOO share.
Metropolitan Life, New York.
Original capital stoek paid
in cash $ 100,000
Present capita! stock 2,000,000'
Increased capital stock, $l,-
900,000 paid by earnings on
original stock. Cash and
stock didivends paid during
25 years, over 8,530.000
Stock cannot be purchased. Rated at I
$5,000 per $lOO share.
Our chance of success at this time is |
a million times more bright than any)
of the above Companies were when [
they organized.
Insurance Stock has never been!
known to depreciate in value. Invest ■
today and your holdings will increase
in value from its date.
ORGANIZERS.
I. J. McGee, Actuary, San Antonio. 1
Duval West, Attorney at Law, San ;
Antonio,
S. L. Dworman, Vice President First I
National Bank, Brownsville.
.Tudtte Jas. B. Wells, Attorney, |
Brownsville.
S. P. Silver, Judge Hidalgo County, I
Mercedes.
F.‘ J. Combe, Capitalist, Mayor of
Brownsville.
Jas. A. Browne,- President First |
National Bank, Brownsville.
Dr. 8. H. Bell, Brownsville.
A few w-, r (N)scl vbgk vbgkqj
▲ FEW GOOD LIVE STOCK SALES-
MEN WANTED, MACKAY BUILD
ING.
If You Want to
Visit a Busy Store
: Visit Thos. Goggan & Bros. Piano Store While
. They Are Closing Out All Remodeled Pienos
Drummer’s Samples, Returned from Reni
and All Second-Hand Instruments. -
SOME ARE HEW. EVERY OKE A BARGAIN
$5O, $BO, $75, $O5, $lOO, $ll5, Etc.,
I
It Costs Nothing to Call and Saa Them and Yom Will Find
Surprising Values at Evyy Turn. They Must bs Sold.
$5 PER MONTH IND UP WILL SOOH PAY FOR OKE
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MOREY REFUNDED
Moat all musicians know, but every person who will investigate can satisfy
themselves that no where else in the Southwest can be found such a pleasing
variety of high-grade pianbs as can be found here.
V hen one comes to us for an instrument we expect him to have confidence
in us and in our statements, and we mean to deserve such confidence. There
are no facts about the pianos we sell that you are not welcome to. One nice
thing about the pianos we are selling they are pianos we can tell you the truth
about. We want you to realize that we think our interest in selling you pianos
is the same as yours in buying them. We couldn’t afford to take any other
position.
During this sale there is not an instrument offered which is not worth
double the amount—yes, ev?n more, —than we ask for it. Why, some of the
$lOO and $ll5 ones are not only of excellent manufacture, but can scarcely be
told from new ones. The several which are still on hand at $5O, $6O, etc., are
splendid practice uprights, just the thing for a beginner. We have never had
such a large variety of splendid makes and we want you to consult, this list, for
you are.sure to find your very favorite make represented and in many instances
there are two and three of the same kin d in different kinds of fancy woods.
IVERS & POND STEINWAY
KNABE WEBER
KIMBALL EMERSON
HARDMAN BRUMULLAR
WILLARD BREWSTER
ERARD LAWSON
KINGSBURY STARR
We repeat, there is no use trying to tell you all about them in the papei
•just can’t do. You cannot dealize what a fine assortment of real bargains we
are offering until you see theln. They have pretty cases and are in perfect
condition.
Friday and Saturday Will Ba Big Days for
Us If the Past Few Days ara an Indication
We repeat, that as a rule no one would recommend the purchase of a second
hand piano in preference to a new one, but all of these which we are offering at
the present time are so exceptional and the prices so low, ranging from $5O, $6O,
$75, $95, $lOO, $ll5, it would be unwise to miss the opportunity of getting one
of these-nice pianos. They are exception to the rule, and it’s a case of get your
money back if you are not satisfied.
Thos. Goggan
BOTH PHONES.
INDIANA PHYSICIAN
WAS NOT A SUICIDE
r.
Chicago, 111., June 3.—The coroner's
inquiry into the death of Dr. John Bink
ley Sr. of Evansville, Ind., who was
found dead in a local hotel last night,
was continued today until June 10, af
ter Coroner's Physician Rheinhardt had
made a post-morten examination of the
body and discovered what he declared
to be evidence in support of the,theory j
that the aged physician did not commit {
«uicide.
Prevention —those Candy ColO Cure :
Tablets—will safely and quickly check I
adl eolds and the Grip. Try them once !
and see! 48-25 c. Sold by A. M. Fischer.
—•
POUND NOTICE.
Taken up, and in city pound, corner
Trinity and Ruiz streets, on or about
the 28th day of May, 1909, 1 light i
brown mare mnle, rough mane and tail, |
has collar marks on neck and is aboutl
14 hands high. Branded F 4 on left ■
shoulder. Which will, if not redeemed
before sale, be sold at public auction
to the highest bidder, for cash, at said
pound, at the hour of 11 o’clock a. m., ’
on the Bth day of June, 1909.
CHAS. VAN RIPER,
Attest: Marshal.
FRED FRIES, City Clerk.
H * as mm Eminent Eleotre-TlierApeNtlil
Ur. I. Wl. OlOiiS Specialist in Chronic Dis-
ED E E Consultation, Examination and Advice. You are under no obll-
FH E E nation to take treatment unless our charges, terms and ar
rangements are satisfactory to you.
Write for Informetlon regarding Home Treatment.
NOT A DOLLAR NEED BE PAID UNTIL CURED.
Electro-Medical Institute Sundays. 9a.m. to 1 p°m. P m '
DR. T. M STOTTS, Proprletorand E. Houaton Street second
Physlclen-in-Chief. floor, opposite Moore Bldg., San
JUNE 3, 1909.
(Established 1866)
HOUSTON AND NAVARRO STREETS
FUNERAL NOTICE.
Joseph Mohavier Sr.
Died, in San Antonio, Texas, at 6:15
o’clock a. m., June 3, 1909, Joseph Mo
havier Sr., aged 76 years. Funeral
will take place from residence, 701
South Palmetto avenue, Friday, at 5
o’clock p. m. Friends and acquaint
ances are invited to attend. Interment
jCity Cemetery No. 3.
The scent of roses pervades the
breath of the girl that takes Hollis
ter’s Rocky Mountain Tea. Bright
eyes, red lips, good health follnw its
35 cents. Sold by the Lone Star Drug
Store.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore existing between
E. M. Hitzfelder and L. F. Ammann,
under the firm name of Hitzfelder &
Ammann, and doing business at No.
626 Perez street, in the city of San
Antonio, Texas, has been this day dis
solved by mutual consent. L. F. Am
mann has retired from said firm and
business, and E. M. Hitzfelder will
continue the business at the same place.
Dated at San Antonio, Texas, this
May 1, 1909.
EDWARD M. HITZFELDER.
L. F. AMMANJi,
eases of Men and Women
YOUNG. OLD AND MIDDLE-AGED CAN BE
CURED TO STAY CURED.
MY SERVICES COST YOU NOTHING UN
LESS YOU ARE PERMANENTLY CURED
AND SATISFIED. It la because my well-tried,
effective methods cure such a large per oenY of
cases that lam able to give this advantage
which other specialists do not offer.
I PURE Blood Polson, Unnatural Discharges,
bUGC Lo „ O f Manly Vigor, Genlto-Url
nary treubles. Lung Troubles. Rupture, Piles.
Sterility. Rheumatism, Catarrh, Female Trou
bles. Kidney, Urinary and Bladder Diseases
and atl Chronic and Special Diseases of Men
and Women.
£ Son

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