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PUBLIC LAND SALE WILL BE IN JANUARY Vuttln. Tex., Not. 29, Report that importers are operating In the north, specially In Ohio, Indiana and Min nesota, claiming to represent Texas n the disposal of public lands, have Zeen received here by, J. T. Robiaoit, Txas land commissioner, who said Miat "anyone purporting to represent Texas or my office in this matter is a fraud AJt that is necessary to aoqnire these lands, which will go an the market under competitive bidding January . 1921. is to write the land office for tire list and an application blank which will be sent free, ac cording tfe the comsaiasio n er, and to send in a bid with the first varment. There is approximately 2S,tW acres of land for first sale. - MAN POISONED; WIFE IS HELD AS MURDERER Macon. Ga, Not. 25. Mrs. F. E, El mer, arrested at Fort Valley. Ga.. on a warrant charging: her with the murder of her husband, Fred D. Shepard. known as the "Georgia peach king," is in the county Jal! to day and amid to be In a hlg-'ily nerv ous state. Her arrest came at the conclusion of the Inquest at Fort Valley yesterday at which testimony was presented to show the presence of poison In the dead man's viscera. Two other persona, Mrs. lone Henry. Mrs. Elmer's sister, and Ernest Hspson, sirs. Elmer's son by a former marriace, also are under ar rest at Perry. Ga. They were visiting at the Shepard home at the time of tne aiiegea moraer. LECTURER ON SCIENCE HAS BIG AUDIENCE B By Jingo I I Jack Frost Says I I COAL I aanRsssVHHsasSBBEBBssaBsBma where yo get fall weight and good service. I I Phone 7809 I I WEST TEXAS FUEL CO. I H WITH CASH ORDERS WE GIVE GHEES TRADING STAMPS. H Complete Continuous Satisfaction We who make the Lovera have niver eeesedto remind ourselves that we dare not risk .the dispiessuregtf a single roan, who took the time and the trouble to seek out a particular store to buy a Lovera Cigar. Tfoat i one reason why the mild Havana Lovera quality wins and holds so many thousands of enthusiastic friends. The Casey-Swasey Cigar Co. Distributor! Fort Worth, Texas LOVERA The Very Mild Havana Cigars Aspirin ''Bay-' o &Hfe on -UteiM! Untesfi 7M e .the name "Bayer' sM i, you are sot geHfeg gemime Aapmn prescribed , ipMjyiJicUiir for 34 y&& -tad proved safe by millions. SAFETY FIRST! Accept only an "unbroken, package" of genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper direc tions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheu matism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and pain generally. Strictly American! Handy liar sous of It tablets east bat' & few cerate Largs- packages. Asstrla t. tb. trad, merle eC Bayer MesflBTsetnre of MosoaottSeadOMMr of SanojUeacM REDUCHOHS EFFECTIVE NOW ON ARMY GOODS $3.95 U. S. ARMY WOOL BLANKETS, cofor grey; praciicaiy ew , (In siasie orders.) U. S. ASHY COMFORTS ?L25 A BIG REDUCTION TO WHOLESALE DEALERS ea W Blank et aad m all ow oAer army goods. Man Otitn Sf&cXti. Send Mesey Drier w CasWi Check. United Army Supply Co. 404 Soatk El Pato St ST! A lecture on Christian Science de livered by Visa Mary G. Kwlnc. c. S. 3.. of Chicago. 111., at Liberty hall Sunday afternoon was well received by an attentive audience. Miss Swing;, who is an authorized lecturer, being- m member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church. The F"irst Church of Christ, Jentlst. in Boston. Mass.. had for e subject of her lecture: "Christian Science: A tudy in Causation." the text, in part, being as follows- The great French lexicographer. Larousse. defines metaphysics as "knowledge of first causes and of first principles" (connaissance des causes premieres et des premiers principes). and in this sense Christian Science is exact, accurate, demon strable metaphysics. Mrs. Eddy rave its aeynoie wnen sne wrote, spirit ual causation Is the one Question t be considered (Science and Health. P.17). Our false theories about life and its origin have led us to accent ma terial beliefs about all thinm. and we have named our mistaken sense of substance, matter and accepted as real and Inevitable its phenomena. Having: accepted a false premise, it is Impossible to msJce airy correct or reliable deduction, and so it is abso lutely necessary to tret back to the truth about life itself, in order to have any basis for right reasoning. Teaches to Think. The ereat mission of Christian Science Is to teach os to think ac curately. Independently, spontan eously, and to reason honestly from the standpoint of understanding of true causation. This ability to think clearly and correctly, which Is ours as & God-given capacity, -enables us to understand we law ox divine rnn cinle and so to detect and uncover the falsity of the phenomena which are contrary to divine Principle: It also arms us with power to dispose of such phenomena In proportion to our understanding ox tnexr epnemerai ana unreal character. Now disease is one of these phe nomena which lays great claims upon our daily experience and holds the homes race in bondage, and I know that I am right in saying that health win never be gatsnd nor will It ever be maintained by "any I system that falls to eradicate disease. It Is un questionably true cast the very foun datios of all discordant human condi tions lies in a mistakes sense of the source of life itself. Jesus meant this when he said. -It Is the spirit that quickeneth; the flesh proflteth noth ing. and today, la the accurate and systematic teaching at our Christian Science lextoooa. wo nava ine ex nlxMiisn of the rale Tsana laid down and the necessary guidance for Its proper application to onr every need. raise supposition Bask of an manifestation of evil lies the false supposition or an avil intelligence, of a mind opposed to God and this false supsosittoa. utter ly untrue and inactive as it really is. Is stiU the only source for that which seems to be malicious, destructive. hateful, and hating, ana iron, uis supposititious source serins- all the principalities and powers of material ism the tyranny aad domination of sensual and selfish aims and purposes. I urge upon you tne pe rat stem reto tation of this calnmny at error from the standpoint of the utter falsity of its origin xrom tne stanapoint ok u, absolute, scientiiic knowledge of Life. In this process of acknowledg ing Troth and denying and correcting error we discover that knowing of the truth which Is to, make us free, and through this educational process which Christian Science demands we are led to reject promptly and posi tively the sua-sjestions of disease, of I orerty and sin and fear of death. Brotherhood of Man. The true brotherhood of man. real democracy these are ideas of Mind ' which are to be understood aad demonstrated, and for this reason Christian Science undoubtedly affords) the only consistent and permanent solution of the problems of labor aad capital, of temperance and social re form, of the equal rights aad reopen- i stbilitiee of men 110 women, et civil. religious, ana races, usuij. 1" it erator is love ana 1st aktae. bat not a weak and errlntf. sensual, affec tion that selfishly cnaVoes or Ig nores the claim as? evfL That atoae is worthy the asaw ox save toss, w identified wit Pztals Uiai is keen and searching and unfailing in its dstectioa of wroaR. !; ine In its demand upon the Individual to separate hlmseft from rrU and walk unrlarhttr. The sacrifice) of 1 falsa sense, of wayward will aad lust j for personal paver aad glory Is de manded repeatedly by Love; but In ' reward for obedience to this daraand. : ! bestows the crowmtng reward of sonshtp la the ltJngdom of God. ThI is the proof a tholtaaMBg efflcaey? NEW RAILROAD LOS ANGELES TO GALVESTON Santa Fe X. M, Nor. 29. The pur-r-hase of tho Denver Rio Grand) railroad by the Western Pacific has revived the project of a direct line from Salt Lake Cl'y and Los An geles to Galveston via Santa Fe, which would Jnvo!e the standard gaging of the Denver & Rio Qrande from Antonio o Santa Fe and traf fic arrangement with the New Mex ico Central to Xpn the extension of the rrance as well a: latter from Tor ranee to Roswell. Application has already been made for a terminal in Los Angeles, ac cording to the Los Angeles paper, However, a group of Dutch finan ciers, which owns more than 100.000 shares of the stock of the Denver & Rio Grande and who find themselves. "out In the cold," together with some 6000 other stockholders who suddsniy find their stock worthless, are re ported to be planning to have the saje to the Western Pacific set aside. The Dutch stockholders paid around 8 for their stock. New York stock holders are reported to be besieging the New York offices of the D. & R. G. in order to urge the management to do somethinggfpr them. Officials at Denver and at Santa Fe have received no notice as to the probable fa&jre of their work, al though they alt expect to get places in the new organisation. If the Stockholders' Protective com mittee succeeds In Its contention, the sale of the property for S,eO0,0O0 to the Western Pacific will be set aside and the property revert to the pres ent Denver St Rio Grande railroad. NEW SALEM IS REBUILT AS IN LINCOLN'S DAY Springfield, II U Not. 29. Restora tion of the village of New Salem where Abraham Lincoln worked as grocery clerk, fell in love with Ann RoUedjre. carried the postoffice In his hat and whipped the champion of the ' Clary's Grove Boys, will be com pleted by next spring and with the addition of the Old Salem museum, will be thrown open as the Old Salem state park, according to announce- ment of state architect Edgar Martin ( Log huts as they were In Lincoln's day have ben rebuilt. Their location and arrangement is exact. Founda tions were found undisturbed except ' by the wear of time, and the houses 1 reconstrocted over them. Atmosphere of lui to 1837 In so far as possible is reembodied. The store where Lincoln was clerk, the mill on Sangamon river sod all other structures of "New Salem" so rich In memories of the great American have been com pletely restored and lack only the fin ishing touches. Contracts for the wiring, heating and plumbing of the m useum have just been let. Special Prices for the Last Day of November Suffrage Campaign Expenses Announced Washington. D. C. Nov. 2a Ex penses of the national campaign for woman suffrage, conducted by the national woman's party during the last seven rears, amounted to 2S. according to an audited account) made public today. The largest item , was S9C.20Z for organisation work. Expenses !n three national elections totaled SC7.13T. j Cloth Hall Will Be Preserved As Memorial London. England. or. 29. The Belgian government has agreed to leave tne zamous ciout nail, tne ca thedral and the ramparts of the Ypres in their existing state until the Brit ish government decides what kind of a memorial to erect to the troops who fought there. This fact has been announced by premier Lloyd George In response to a suggestion in the house of commons that the Cloth hall be preserved as a memorial to the British soldiers who participated in the Mstorir defence of tat city $5 velvet and leather Purses . at $3.95 A big spedal lot of t arret, moire aad leather parses and baas in a great assortment of styles and shapes. Many bare beautiful orna mental frames and complete fittings. Those of velvet aad moire are fin is bed with large tassels. an odd lot of women 's $2.50 and $3.25 gloves for $1.95 .lust aa odd 1st of brokea lines sad sizes, but etery pair a splendid value. Cap skin and mocha gloves in 2-riasp lengths in a practical shade of grey. Sizes range from 6 to '. 1 CATARRHAL JELLY - FOB Start Aerial Mail Service From Chicago Chicago. I1L, Nov. 39. Daily, aerial mall service between Chicago and St Pa.nl and Minneapolis started at S ociock this morning when a plane pi loted by William Carroll left here with IN pounds of mail. ALLEGED MURDERER OF MADERO IS IN CUSTODY Mexico City. Mexico. Nov. It. Francisco Cardenaa. who has been formally charged with the murder of former president afadero In 11, has been arrested in Guatemala city, ac cording to advices received here. He will be brought here for trial. KOREAN HUNGER STRIKER SUCCUMBS AFTER 13 DAYS Tokio. Japan. Nor. 29. The first hunger strike in the Orient on rec ord, that of a prisoner tncarce rated In connection with the Korean inde pendence movement, ended fatally when the prisoner edied in the 9eel jalL He bad fasted IB days. Christmas Sift Buying. That is a nroblem for the avArae individual everr season. W want to suggest that you call at our store whon you start out on your shopping tour and It will simplify matters for yon. The shoo of manr Christsau gift suggestions HUHMn f aeto supply c lie Saa Antonio St. Adv. Colds 3 Gstatnbeta. r. Milra. mw head aad nets teelftne. Easy to apply Quick to act 30 tnatmml rbi FREEWrkm KONDON LiFG. CO. Minneapolis, Minn. women's hosiery $2.50 values, $1.95 These are the Gordoa splendid saakes. Fsshioned sSk hear with lisle tops and soles. Colors are white, blaek, field moose and pfnk. All sizes. 50c knitting ' yarn, 39c There are so many, many pretty things that may be knitted or cro rhetsd for Christmas, aad now is just the time te be -'ig them. children's plush scarf and cap sets worth $6.50 for $5.49 Very attractive sets emwisting of close fitting little caps aad scarfs of brown and nary plush. These are very warm sets aad very beeoming ones. Bring the children to Toyland to choose their Christmas toys Fleiaber's knitting yarn, suitable for making slippers, ete m a great variety of pretty shades ; 50c ball: for 39c. knitting needles at 25c a pair Bone aad amber knitting needles for kartting ail sorts of pretty thing are priced at SSe a pen-. 59c crotchet thread at 49c jfaceiiied crochet thread in a won derful variety of beautiful shade? : speemBy priced at, a ball, 4te. PHOKK The new McCaM Patterns for De cember are here. COS. OVBSLANI) & FOR ALL DSPTS. THEO.0SE Tsi riiT It ii,- lrHn 4 llll- U UU aa QmalKag SOUTH MKSA AYE. -"The Store That Sells For Lest" "Your Style Fill Out With Pencil j Chrl! Has efflcaey of rlstlaa Science, aad It is aavucaoie jtMn Af tinman exnertencc in the life et the individual and of th. nation. . News Brevities Advertisement. Train TJnlletlB. All afternoon and evenlae train. , were reported on time except Texai. tt Pacific train Kb. 1. due at 1: r. m, achedaied to arrive at 1-JM p. m. ! Osteeaaths. Sn. Bewlsr. Licensed 1 1. MedlSneTivS MISs SMS. TeL U1- rf fln ftalexfee. Calexlce. Calif, "Nov. t. Fire start . Ins in the rear of a secosdhaa score i on Imperial a venae here spread rapid- i to sad destroyed psjuporty estimated I to have been worth J i t. see. nr. Hatch M. Sbsnnos, bste of the United States i Army, announces the opening of offices at lt-l-l Two Republics Bids;. Telephone IMS- Automobiles Collide. Charged with reckless driving after he had crashed iato an automobile belong-! ns to Dr. K. Stoot, on Lebanon street. Sunday afternoon, John Bow ers, driver at the Lewis ante stand, is betas held la custody by police. Br. Anna Beam. Becxle, Bide. Ffa. 57T. Chief of rollre Dies. Ban Frasclscs. Calif.. Key. . St. Chief of police Dl A. -White is dead here today of influenza and complica tions after an Illness of ten days. j n II 6 -a9 4 r iz to 5 a is h - At S 43 44- -45 . t It . w ' So r S?? A 63 to -sa jjSpU 6S Her Conijfort- I j A w ii w efn a.. r 4 em m STREKGTKLESS SEEMED DYING So Weak Ski Coaid Harufy Meve, Says laaaaa Lady One Bottfe of Carsa Pat Her on Ae Read to RtcsTerj Tangier, Intl. Tour years are this summer I was sick m bed." writes Mrs. unie VeElwse. of this place. I had been under the doctor's can for five weeka. ... I was prettv bad. aad I was just as aervous as I asalil be. ... I aoald not sleep at night until IS or II stock- When X would dose off and wake up 1 would he all of a tremble with aer- JOr. It- w. Barton. 304 Roberts -Banner Bids;. Office ph. 71S; Bes. Fh. . Seek Olympic Games in Farts. Paris, France, Nov. The Preaeh Olympic T-irm has decided for mally to propose that the 1121 games be held In Paris. Trouole. Avoid trouble. Leave barEag-e checks at Longweri's, or telepboBe No. X. Dentist Pound Dead. Denver, Colo, Nov. It. Dr. Dan C. Matthews. 47. was found dead In his itmtal offlee here by D. W. Shepard. a natter. t A class containing poison nxs -in the wonderfiil AicK Pieseiver Shoe T HE ladUa-asidea wafted fkt oa her feet. la her soft, easy xsncosns. She Dever had foot aanoTancc She had tippy" fftieesne they were Mpportcd tmdcmcali their . trhele length Nature's pUal Techy yem can enjoy the font eoTrart of the Iftrhn maiden, aad yet wear shoes that coa form to themtest ideas of style. Tne AHCII PEESBEVER SHOE pvca tfee same result when wearing heels as when the ' foot is waBosg fiat oa the ground- It k tor weH feet yet it affords reSef for practkaBy si orsfeuy foot boahles. Write us, If yo4. caaaot be conveniently supplied, and the name or your nearest dealer will be sent you. GUARANTEE SHOES CO., EL PASO, TEXAS . VRftDK HARM SS a u S. Sat OfTiCX l A fnf wS seea be here Whes Tety aad fire appear. Draw frees 1 to 2 and so on to tbe end. . "DANDERINE" Stops Hair Comiig Out; Doubles Its Beauty. was found by I i side. Mexico Spends Millign For Army Airplanes Galveston, Tex.. Nov. Mexico will spend a Jl.OOO.M on modern air planes for her army, according to .of ficial advices to Meade Fierro, Mexi can consul here. The dispatches said provisional president de la Buerta had authorised Raphael 0Nell. direc tor general of the army school of aviation, to expend that amount for aircraft in London. It Is -ecorded by historians of the dav that queen Elizabeth's favorite tdfch on festal occasions was peacock If A few cents taps "Danderlne." After an application of Oanderine" yon can not find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every hair shows ru-w life, vigor, brightness, more color &nd thicknesa Abilene. Texas Yager Shoe Co. Alpine Texas Mitchell Glllett Co. Ammrlllo, Texas Moere MathU A Co. Helen. If. 31. - John Becker Co. Cleveland, Ohio The Stone Shoe Co. Clinton. Aria, GeeVa. Ine. IfOwell Art. rhelpm-Dodse Mere. Co. Miami. Arls. ' MeHy Shoe Co. KRdantS. Texas J. II. Barrow C Son Xeir 1'ork City. 4K Stfa Ave. Areh Preserver Shoe Shop, Xoieales. Aria. The Modern "KEEPS THE FOOT WELL" tMess mm trade-mark appears K is aet a geHUiae ARCH PRE SERVER SHOE, lae eadasfro area WBssraetfea afurs arm mtujort rer tbe foot eiartej the eaifrs life of the pfeec aad grres the skee mafer We. Tkere is a "wajkiag base" BfteeaTisWSraii Ibo ctBTo JboX Arisona Copper Co Zstd. Oklahoma dty Okls. Dallas. Texas Vollt Brothers Demlng. IS M. U. Nordhans A. Sons Co. Denver. Colo. The Mara Co. 'Detroit. Mleh. R. II. Pyf e afc Co. Doaglaa, Axis. Phelps-Dodge & Co. East land. Texas Cam p bell-Flay Fort Worth, Texas W. C Stripling Galveston. Texas Hammersmith Bros. Globe, Aria. Melby Shoe Co. Hot Springs Ark. Ike Kenipner Bro. Donston Texas Foley-Baehr Shoe Co. Hons ton, Texas Hammersmith Bros. Ijordsbnrg X. M. Lordftbnrjc Mere. Co. 1 Los Angeles, Calif. Kerr Dry Goods Co. Peeosj Texas Peeos Mere. Co. Phlmdeh-hia. Pa. Mrawbiidee St Cfoihfer Phoeslx, Arlx. IVetsoei Shoe Co Ine. Preaeott, Aria. Maarfee I. Tflbhy Ray Arts. MWer Brothers ReaweK, X. Ma Price & Co. San Antonio, Texas The Guarantee Shoe Co. San Francisco, Cnltf. Sommer & Kaufman Santa Fe, N M. The White Honse Co. Sierra Blanea Texas Blanen Trading' Co Shreveport La. Regent Shoe Store St. Lou!, Mo. Stlx, Baer Fuller Dry Goods Co. Tsoston, Arls. AHert Stelnfeid JL Co. Tsa C)C T FW ) orSbehSMBo MM A! "IBB doctor called my trouble ca tarrh of the ... It aave sas such sains that at each oae It vroald seen that I could not bear another one Tien X weald eolll ... ths ttJai would Just seem to an ike ma al' oyer, aad iae next day I weald b so wealc X eouM aardtr move. 1 weald be so utterly streagtalesi that tt woaM seem as if I were ar ias'. "After one of my bad seeils . . aad I had almost died. I sleked at tee Hess Treatment Bosk aad de cided to try Cardai. Before I ha taksa a -whole bottle, Z eonH nisei at aiKfat. . . . Z doat remembei )ast how lear. but ia a short tlm I eras up aad helytBC wrtb th work . . " Orwr forty years ot l juil.llfiit use has nreven the vabae et Canlal la ths treatment oC many eommoa Jamais aQmeats. AH erKEkrls .H fjaritai. for Adv. TascrKsek Bert DcsJeri! If thero ts bo ARCH FRBSBBVEK SHOE agesey in your commnnHy the osaoriBBity for a ssbstaslial bnriEess awajta yoa. Write for osr preporitien. rsnUkSsiMsrd Women's and aiisMs' AROI PRE SERVER SHOES tor a occasions are maekoniy ay Toe Sefcf Ssoe Csbbuj e,t.SS PsnaawaauOel Jfsiws eerMwa's Ku Um ftr Mm. Tm r 7mm. THE ARCH PRESERVER SHOE "Watfs Baby Powder Rdieyed Mj Twins of Stoi Trouble" "Aflsr atier remedies tailed tbis e9dae brovgat quicfc an& last-iagrelterwysIolsijjiawo-iBtt. Mrs. P. Hl Mstssb ol Wiasaboro, La., is sow a firai believer ta Ware's Baby der. She writes, oa Kay 6th, 1920: ir twsa boys suffered from stomach ard M.rl trouble, and nothing would afree with t! r I was nearly uantic, and consulted vir phjakiass wttbout result. Tlien 1 Wart's Baby Pokier and was gratified see almott instant rebel, aa &hor.!r -bsbics weie-enDTery well. I do not berr- tbey would have bved bad it not been lor Ware's Baby Powder. This auepse, harmless remedy is equally tatiuiie. in eases of terramy and scia-.r complaint Given to labies at liqo:.' mixed with suaar and water, they lore r tabs tt. At all drBtgists for 60c and $1 tbe pscjra're. THS WASS CREXICAX Ca, CaUat. tf a Umr. I. areik aad VOB aTaefer aWi Isdifesdoa, - dos t sacrrSce year health artd maifort. Yea may eat aaythiae yea like, asd reHsh R, if yoo fa, oats or tn a bs. nrrrs utbs pills Trfca reqairat Yoa vrffl digest yoar rood; aearUh aad bslM up yeea- System tlisninntftic all poi saB waste smattotl streasta ea the alotn-riA. lBsssfsssssssssaa irrnTH-n't H. Sa .-a lUBmmmamimmmBdMB.