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McArdle’s bonafide closing-out sale!
Is now on in full blast and thousands of people are taking advantage of the thousands of bargains that
are thrown open to the buying public. You may have sales of every known description in your
city but this is the only genuine bonafide closing sale. A sale where merchandise of every known
description for men, women and children are thrown, on the market to the buying public at less
than actual cost of the raw material. Necessity knows no law. This stock must be sold in twelve
days. Think of it! only twelve days to dispose of this enormous stock.
THOUSANDS OF BARGAINS TO BE HAD AT THIS GREAT SALE
Sensational Bargains in Men's Furnishings
50c Elastic Seam Drawers 39c
Porosknit .50c Knee Drawers... ,39c
40c Balbriggan Shirts and draw
ers -19 C
Men’s black and tan 10c Sox, pr. 7o
25c Boston Garters 15c
65c Madras Shirts, all sizes and
great variety of styles 39c
$1.50 Dress Shirts $1.19
Pongee Negligee Shirts
Soft Collar, in ecru, tan and
light blue, value $1.50, price. .$1.19
Black Lawn Waists at 98c
Womens’ fine sheer India Linon,
deep raven black, insertion band,
embroidery front; excellent QQr>
$4 Japanese Silk (White) Waists
at $2.19
Soft, fine, thin, all pure Jap Silk •
Waists, attractively developed in
novelty lace and medallions; O
Clearing Out Sale price 4»lv
222-224 E. HOUSTON STREET
HOW 10 GET SOME OF THE MILLION
ACRES UNCLE SAM IS TO RUFFLE OFF
Uncle Sam is ajjput to hold another
land lottery. This time it is about a
million acres of farm land in three In
dian reservations in the far west. The
lands to be opened have been part of
the Couer d’Alene reservation in Idaho,
the Spokane reservation in Washington
and the Flathead reservation in Mon
tana.
There is not much public land left
and there will, no doubt, be about
three times as many applicants as there
are acres. It should be understood that
nobody can play the game without get
ting on the spot. And there are other
qualifications.
For the benefit of those interested the
Washington correspondent of this news
paper has secured from the official in
charge of this matter namely, Judge
Jas. W. Witten of the land department,
the following statement, which is in
tended to answer all questions touch
ing these lands and how to get them.
“Between July 15 and Aug. 5, all
persons desiring lands in the Flathead I
reservation in Montana, the Couer I
d’Alene reservation in Idaho, or the |
Spokane reservation in Washington.;
may go to either Missoula or Kalispell,
Mont.; to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho; or
Spokane, Wash., and register for the
drawing.
“Any person can register for lands
in either or alf of the reservations who
is qualified to make a homestead entry.
All persons are qualified to make such ;
entry who have not already made an
entry, if they are citizens of the;
United States or have declared their;
intentions to become citizens, and do
not already own more than 160 acres,'
however acquired. All applications for 1
registration must be sworn to at one
Phone 30-30 or write us to mail vou our new price list of
LUMBER
After carefully going over the situation our advice would be to build
while material-' is at its lowest EBB. The TIDE is bound to come.
Four Furnish the Lot
We Furnish the Lumber.
PETOGH-SAUR LUMBER Cgl
Yards! Lamarand Chestnut Streets
SUNDAY.
A fine assortment of classy pat
terns, perfect fitting, select
quality $1.25 Madras shirts,
all sizes, at 89c
40c silk Four-in-Hande 19c
15c four-ply Linen Collars 7c
35c Suspender* 23c
10c Hemstitched Handkerchief*.,4c
35c Coin Pnrie, doting 0ut......19c
13c Wizard Cuff Holders, 0n1y... 7c
Men’s china silk Handkerchiefs,
hemstitched, worth 35c, at....19c
15c Celluloid Collars 8c
85c Cambric Night Shirts 43c
Women’s Hosiery at Closing
Out Prices
Large assortment of fancy and plain
Hosiery in black with white foot,
all white, and novelty pat- |A _
terns; 40c values at IvL
Isc Vai Laces on Sale at 3c yd
• Wide and narrow; in great demand
for trimming purposes and fancy
work; variety of different de- 9-
signs at vL
of the points named, and any person
can register for any or all of the reser
vations, but it will be necessary for
him to go to Kalispell or Missoula to
register for Flathead lands, to Couer
d’Alene for Couer d’Alene lands, and
to Spokane for Spokane lands.
“On Aug. 9 the drawing will begin
for the different reservations at Couer
d’Alene. No particular tract of land
will be assigned to any person, but the
person who draws No. 1 will have first
choice of all the lands in the reserva
tion' for which he draws. No. 2 will
have second choice, and so on. The
plan of the drawing is an absolutely
fair one. After applications for reserva
tion have been sworn to they will be
enclosed and sealed in an envelope bear
ing the printed address of the superin
tendent. There will be nothing on the
envelope to indicate the name of the
applicant. Each envelope presented
will look exactly like every other en
velope. At the time of the drawing
these envelopes will be thoroughly
mixed before the public and then se
lected indiscriminately one at a time,
and the application* contained in the
selected envelopes will be numbered in
the order in which they are selected.
These numbers will control the order
in which the lands may be chosen.
“Notices will at once be mailed to
the successful applicants, informing
them of some date after April 1, 1910,
on which they may select and enter
their land. All these lands will be
classified and appraised, and must be
paid for at the appraised value. One
third of the value of the Flathead lands
and one-fifth of .the value of the other
lands, wlbst be paid at the time of en
try. The remainder of the purchase
SAN ANTONIO LIGHT AND GAZBTTH
Monday to be Banner Day in Silks
Lowest Prices Ever Quoted on This
Entire Silk Stock
21-Inch China Silks, regular 40c t at, J9c
22-inch figured Jap Silks, regular 50c, at_ ..24c
50c 27-inch, all colors, solid Chinas. 39c
27-inch and yard-wide Taffetas, worth $l.OO and
$1.25, in plain and fancies, choice, yard ...79c
All 65c Silk Tissues, in pleasing variety of floral patterns,
exquisite shadings. For closing out sale , 39c
50c white silk-mixed goods, yard ...39c
All white thin weight fabrics, silk figured and dots.
McARDLE’S
price may be paid in five equal annual
installments. Residence must be estab
lished within six months of date of en
try and continued with cultivation un
til a patent has been earned, either by
five years residence and cultivation,
and the annual payment of the install
ment, or by fourteen months’ residence
and cultivation, and the payment of
all deferred installments. A failure to]
pay any annual installment will forfeit |
all right to the land entered and all
money already paid.
“The Flathead lands have already
been appraised at $1.25 to $7 an acre,
and the lands in the other reservations
are now being appraised, probably at
the same price.
“Soldiers who served in the civil
war, the Spanish war, or the Philippine
insurrection, or their widows or minor .
orphan children are not required to go
to the registration points in person, but
may register through agents who will 1
reply to their applications for such.
registration at one of the points named. ;
They will not bo required tn make on-1
try on the day designed them for that
purpose, but may file, either in person I
or through agents, a declaratory state-;
ment by paying $2. This will reserve
the lands for them for six months, but
at the end of six months they must I
mako entry in person and pay the first
installment of the purchase money. .
After residing on the land for one year 1
they may claim credit on the remain-1
ing four year* for their period of i
their military service.
HARRIMAN'
BUMS H
- MANSION
E. H. Harriman, the railroad king,
who has recently turned his eyes to- [
wards Texas and the southwest, is, ac ;
cording to report, preparing, for his
own use, a splendid mansion in New
York city, into which he will move this
fall.
It will be a sun parlor overlooking
Central Park, and is expected to prove
one of the most unique of the palatial
homes of the metropolis.
Regarding the project the Now York
Herald says:
“Plans are being prepared for a so-]
larium to replace the fifth story of the;
David Dows mansion at the northeast ,
corner of Fifth avenue and Sixty-ninth I
street, recently reported sold by Mrs. j
Dows for about $1,000,000.
“Although the identity of the pur
chaser has never been officially an
nounced by any of the parties to the
transaction, it is understood that E. ]
H. Harriman is responsible for the pro-1
posed alteration and many others, and
will move from his present home at
No. 874 Fifth avenue and into his new i
mansion about December I.’’
BETTER CARE
FOR FEMALE
PRISONERS
In the effort to provide better care
for female prisoners a bill will prob
ably be introduced in the next legisla
ture by Bexar county members giving
the power to commissioners’ courts in
thickly populated counties to employ
matrons for county jails.
Judge Phil Shook is greatly interest
ed in such a measure and made an ef
fort to secure its passage at the last
session. The need of a matron has
often been felt at the Bexar county
jail, but from lack of authority to do
so none has ever been appointed by
the commissioners. Many women pa
tients are confined there fsgm time to
time. Some arc insane, are unable to
care for themselves, even to putting
on their own clothes and must be look
ed after by male guards. The same is
true in most counties.
Conditions with regard to the-care
of insane and sick patients at the coun
ty jail and county poor farm will be
greatly helped by the additions which
Are to be made this year at the South
western Insane asylum. Tn the past
many insane patients have been kept at
the county jail for long period*, owing
to the fact" that the Southwestern In
sane asylum was overcrowded and un
able to take them in. Consumptives
and epileptics have been kept at the
poor house and these will also be taken
to the asylum when sufficient room is
provided.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
G. F. Davidson and Mrs. d. A. David
son. _ . _
S E Newman and Isle Lea Thornton.
Pedro Gar-la and Anita Esquibel.
BIRTH RECORD.
To Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schaezler, May
28. 1228 Avenue D, a boy.
To Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pierce, June 3,
<2B South Flores street, a girl.

Suit on Note.
Suit for the collection of a note has
been filed in the Fifty-seventh district
court by the San Antonio Drug com
pany against Hudspeth & Harris.
MIND
WORKS
CLEAR
POSTUM
•'There’s a Reason"
Tcad “The Ro*d to WeUvilie” in
pkgs.
8c Colored Lawns at 3c
1500 yards of neat figured Lawns
on light ground*. Closing Out Sale
for Wrappers, Kimonas, etc. 9-
Yard JI
15c Washable Lawns 8c
1 case of Best Printed Lawns and
Batiste* in every wanted design; ac
tually worth 15c. In Closing O-
Out Sale at yard only OV
$1.50 Umbrellas on Sale at 98c
Just 75 Umbrellas, of English gloria,
paragon frame, silk-taped edge, na
tural and gun metal and silvered
handles. The Closing Out price QO A
is only . » vOL
90c Large Sheets
81x90 Hemmed Sheets, the best
brands that every housekeeper
knows, and to give them
the best of all sales
SAN BENITO.
SpeLi' OspcUh.
San Benito, Tex., June s.—San Beni
to is just completing a gin that any
town in the state could well be proud
of. This gin is situated near the rail
road, is equipped with the most mod
ern machinery, and* offers facilities to
the farmers that very few places have.
The managers of this gin are Messrs.
E. N. Green, manager, and H. A. Paine,
assistant manager. Mr. Paine is the
eon of the well known hardware and
machinery man of Houston, H. A.
Paine, Sr. and as far as machinery
goes, they are right there with the
‘ ‘ goods. ’ ’
In speaking to yonr reporter this
morning Mr. Paine said: I believe for
its size there is no other gin in the
state that can compare with it. It is
fitted up with the most modern machin
ery, and we will be in position by July
1 to do business. The gin is also pro
vided with a fine storm proof house,
with individual cotton rooms. Some
farmers are somewhat reluctant about
disposing of their cotton, when they
are so far removed from a large town
that, they eannot get the market re
ports, believing that they lose some
thing in the price, and for this reason
we have arranged with the Houston Cot
ton Exchange to give us three market
quotations each day, during the period
that wo arc running, so that the far
mers will have the advantage of know
ing the stati of the market just as if
they were in elose proximity to a large
cotton market.’’
San Benito is building np very fast
now and a person would be surprised
to see the improvement that has taken
place in the town in the last few
months. Homeseekers uro also coming
in fast and building on their respective
farms.
Mrs. Batsell entertained the “42’’
] club last Wednesday, and being a royal
hostess the guests had a most enjoyable
: time. Mrs. Clint Heywood was the
1 winner of the first prize, a beautiful
silver spoon engraved San Benito, and
Mrs. J. L. Landrum the lady that car
ried off the consolation, a beautiful
pair of black silk hose.
Last Friday being the twelfth wed
ding anniversary of Mr, and Mrs. Wil
bur Freeman. Mrs. Freeman entertained
the ‘ *42” club ladies and gentlemen.
The club presented the happy couple
with a handsome Thermos bottle, which
was presented by Clint Heywood in a
speech that would truly done hon
or and glory to our deceased friend
Detnosthenes. Mr. John Lomax was the
gentleman that carried away the guest
prize. The "members of the “42” club
are Messrs, and Mesdames Batsell, Hey
wood, Weltv, Barber. Lomax, Walker,
Freeman. Bedford. Alba Heywood. Vai
detero, Robertson, Landrum, McChe*-
eny and Harrf Fox.
The New Minister—But I can't un
derstand, Mrs. Peabody, how such a
physical wreck as your husband is can
have given you a black eye?
Mrs. Peabody—Oh. don’t worry, sir;
'e worn’t a physical wreck until after
’e gire it to me.—The Tatler.
25c to 50c Belts, Assorted, 10c
Neat, soft, fine leather, fancy and
plain, novelty buckles, in kid, vel
vet and silk. Formerly priced at
from 50 to 75 cents. Your IA
choice ........ IUL
$1.50 to $2.00 Hand Bags 98c
Splendid leather* in black and col
ors; 8 to 12 inch frame. In AQ_
this sale at................. .u0L
Fresh Undermuslins
CHEAP
800 garments consisting of Gowns,
Chemises, Skirts, Drawers and Cor
•et. Covers, at lowest prices ever
asked for goods of standard quali
ties.
EXTRA SPECIALS
75c Muslin Skirts, lace trim- 59c
$2.50 Muslin Skirts, elaborately
adorned with embroidery flounce,
tucked and hemstitched, at | jg
224-224 E. HOUSTON STREET
BLANCO.
Special Dispatch.
Blanco, Tex., June 5. —Mr. F. W.
I Eckles of Detroit, Michigan, was here
I Wednesday in an automobile.
J. E. Morris of San Marcos is here
| on business.
J. L. Gray and family of Van AL
I »tyne are here on a visit and will re
main some two or three months.
Prof. W. A. Graham of the State
I Normal at San Marcos was here yester
day and will remain two days.
Frank McMillin, after visiting his
father and mother hero for the past,
week, left Tuesday for his home at Ul
j mer.
Prof. F. Z. T. Jackson has gone to
j Luling on business.
Arthur Kott and Miss Lettie Krans
koff returned from Fredericksburg Sun
; day-
J. B. Cage and wife of Creedmore are
j visiting here.
A fine rain here yesterday morning
commenced at 4:30 and rained for about
one hour very hard. It came up from
I the northwest with considerable hard
j wind. The precipitation was one inch.
! The rain was needed and came in good
j time.
Marian Cox, son of Sidney Cox, and
1 about 16 years old, while out late
Thursday evening shooting rabbits with
NEW PROCESS
STORM CELLAR
“THE BEST YET."
Will protect your family from storms and cyclones; also provides a
cool, drv cellar for vegetables, fruits, etc.
Made of extra heavy galvanized corrugated iron, sides curved ‘egg
shape,” thoroughly braced and securely anchored down, hence will not
crush under any possible load and will stay in the ground.
Fitted with stairway, seats, shelves, bins and floor, all painted inside
and out, ready for immediate use. Made in all sizes. Write for prices.
NEW PROCESS ROOFING & SUPPLY CO.
Office and Factory, 147-159 Broadway—Dept. 404. DALLAS TEXAS
JUNE 6, 1909.
35c Corset Covers at 19c
Good quality *»ft snow white mus
lin, beautifully trimmed, embroidery
and ribbon. Closing Ont Sale |oq
$2 Muslin Underwear at SLI9
Consisting of Gowm, Skirts, Che
mises, artistically trimmed
and finished off in dainty | | A
laee and ribbons, «nly aM * m l*l□
$1.50 to $1.75 Washable
Skirts at 1.19
Popular Linette Skirts in white,
pink, light blue, etc., in new sum
mer model*. Big bargains | |g
$3 White Lingerie Waists $1.47
Very attractive line of Sheer Lawn
and Lingerie Waists, beautifully
trimmed, lace embroidery and medal
lions, in all desirable sizes. Waist*
practically worth $3. Choice | 17
in Closing Ont Sale 1.4/
a 22 target rifle, accidentally shot him
-1 self in the left arm. Mr. Cox lives
about four miles south of here.
Dr. Barnwell of Johnson City wa*
1 here Monday.
1 /Mr. and Mrs. Williamson of Marble
Falls are spending a few day* here.
Everyone would be benefited by tak
ing Foley’s Orino Laxative for con
stipation, stomach and liver trouble, a*
it sweetens the stomach and breath,
gently stimulates the liver and reg
ulates the bowels and is muoh superior
to pills and ordinary laxatives. Why
not try Foley’s Orino Laxative tedayf
—Bexar Drug Co.
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 $
Ammanu, and doing business at No.
636 Pere* 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 pbue.
Dated at San Antonio, Texas, thie
May 1, 1909.
EDWARD M. HITZFELDER.
L. F. AMMANN
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