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in Pitched Battle at D usk
TWoKffied, One Injured
CAS AD A j DEI Y1S0 SCENE OF DESPERATE
, HOST, HAIL OF BULLETS BEING EXCHANGED
Deputy Shesif f Fanlito Luoero of Sandoval tCounty, and Man
Tiel Aronnleta, of CaWzon, Leader of' Gang of Despera
does Are Dead; Moses AbonBelman, of Jemez Pueblo
Has Arm" Shattered With Bullet From 30-30 Bifle, and
the Arm May Have to Be Amputated; Posse Surprised
1 1 By the Pursued and Bloody Mix-tfp Follows.
TMnlltn l.urrA of rtrrnalllln.
Handoval county denutv sheriff, und
Manuel Archuleta, a notorious cnr
a$ter of Cabexon, were shot and ul
mot( Instantly killed, arid Moses
Abouselmnn, a merchant of Jemec
i'ueblp, wan wounded Ih the left arm
try a nyiiet irom a su-su wincncsicr,
In a, pitched buttle between u sheriff's
posse of nine .men, and two sheep
thieves, Archuletdi and Daniel Our
eta, the fight occurring Just at dunk
Baturday evening Ht Canada del
Yeso, near Ran Islro, twenty rnllea
News of the battle between the of-
'fleers and the sheen thieve wan
brought to Albuquerque Urn night by
Canldo Gonzales of Man Isldro and
several other residents of Bandoval
t county who oa.me to thin city on var
.According to Qonsales, Archuleta
and Ourclu, aoDeured at one of Ah-
niuclmun's ranches neur Ban Isldro
Friday night and stole 300 shrep,
which they drove off toward the
Hole. In the Wall country. Abousel
tiaun was notified by his herdurs of
the. lots and he Immediately asked
thn assistance of Denuty Sheriff Lu
cro. Together Abousalman and
Lucero orguntsed it posse of nlno
men, well mounted and heavily
armed. The posse rode for many
Unties Baturday and finally discovered
the 300 sheep In a far oft valley,
where the thieves had abandoned
''thm, evidently having learned that
they were bulnsr uursuod. The doss
.continued In pursuit of the thieves,
'losing -the trull, however, when get
ting; Into the mountains. Tired from
..tKeir long ride, the members of tho
PMSO. turned buck toward Hun Isldro.
with the Intention to stop at a ranch
Mt Canada del Yeso. Neorlng the
ranch at Canada del Yeso, tho mem
oirs of thn posse saw a campnre'a
flickering light, with two men pre
firing supper. netlevlng the camp
to; be a friendly one, tho passa ap
BToached the fire without feur.
Vifhen within twenty ards of the
oamp. one of the rmn near the fire,
..wtio later proved to be Archuleta,
prang away Into un arroyo, a tew
fm away, und lying down behind n
wcthp 'or bushes, began firing. Th
Vflrst crack of Archuleta's rlflo brought
i down the horse on which Deputy
Hperm .ucero was mountea. uu
oro fell to the ground on top of the
rtorne, the attack being ent'rely un
expected. In fulling Lucero let go
his rifle, which, however, he quick!)
recovered when regaining his feet.
A necond shot from Archuleta's gun
bora a mcssugo.af Instant death for
Lucero, who fell, pierced with a steel
Jacketed bullet. Moors Abousiilmnn,
seeing Archuleta's position when he
fired at Lucero, immadlatcly took
aim and fired at Lurero's murderer.
Archuleta was deud within ten min
utes, shot clean through the abdo
men, the bullet coming out of the
Before vtho smoke had cleaj-ed
away from his rifle, Abousclman hud
fallen from his horse with a cry of
pain, his left urm having been broken
and. shattered at thn elbow by u bul
let from the rifle of Daniel Ourclu,
the secohd sheep thief. A volley of
shots from the posse rang out In the
direction . of , where Garcia had last
been seen. He ran on a few yards,
apparently unhurt, and emptied a re
peating rlflo tit the posse, the posse
starting In pursuit and firing again.
In tho darkness Garcia, escaped, al
though It Is believed that he was
Abouselmnn was taken to Run Tsi
dra and later to Jemes, where his
wound was looked after by Dr.
Brooks. Friends of Abouselman In
Albuquerque and Bantu Kn havo sent
automobile! to Jemez and will bring
the wounded 'ta&n either to Santa Fa
or to this city for hospital care. His
wound 1 Mid to be' very serious and
It is possible, ihat the arm will have
to bo amputated. Abouselmnn Is one
of tho best shots In New Mexico hnd
would evidently have picked Garcia
off had 'Oufrria not gotten In the first
Tho fight between the posio and
tho shtcrr- thleyea in Canada del
Yeso has. bxm expected In Rundoval
county . .fpr many months. Sheep
stealing vhstf been carried on In that
oounty In u flagrant manner, It h
said, for a long time, the thieves be
coming no daring that they hesitated
at nothing to gain their ends.
The bodies of Dputy Sheriff Lu
cero and Uaauel .Archuleta were
brought to San Isldro late Baturday
To Automobile Owners
I GASOLINE, 2k GalhMt-POLAIiNE OIL, iOc(Taton
i txolcuki wjantrga m siirvxRV. xonth m.oo
t .sua sieunx, ttma,
jlUl m$ Isovskt
alnleht nnil thnt of Lueero removed
yesterday to llcrnullllu. I.uccro will
be burled in Ilernallllii, wlilli A
chuleta will likely be hurled In Onle-
son. Before dying Archuleta gav
the name of lit companion In th
theft or the sheep mh Daniel (lurcla,
this being the only knowlcilH" th
members "of thn posse possess ns tu
the mini's Identity.
LAWYER VICTIM OF
Closing Arguments in Case of
New York Attorney on
Trial for Strangling Woman
Or Leased Wire to I3rnlos llersld
OoNhen. N. Y.. Nov. 25 Attorney
Klder bcKun IiIh piea today In ili fcuno
of Burton W. Olbsoii, ucriiHi'd of thn
murder or Mrs. Itowi Mviitichllt
"This." ho suld, "Ih a case buft-d
entirely on circumstantial iWdi-ncc'.
No ono saw anyone kill tlilM woman."
He described his client as a mini
"hounded and persecuted by yellow
Justice Tompkins Interrupted nt
Ihat tho stuto'H cant' would havo to
stand or full on tho charge of Htran
Trlmbla'a Uvary Stablea. Phona t.
USED SA6E TEA
To Darken the Hair and Be
store Gray and Faded Hair
to Its Natural Color.
It Is castor in preserve the color of
the hair than to rcstoin It. although U
Is poHHlblr to do both, our grand
mnthern understood tiie secret. They
mitde a "Biigi lia." and their dark,
gloesy Jinlr long after middle life wn
due to till fact. Our mothers have,
gray hairs befor they are firty, liut
they arti beginning to appreciate the.
wisdom of our grandmothers in imlnK
"sage lea" ror tlielr hulr und ale fast
Tho present Konerntlon has the ad
vantage of thi pust in that It can get
a reaity-to-tiMi- preparation rnlli'il
Wyeth'a Sngn and Sulphur Hair Item,
edy. As ii scnlp tonic and color re
storer this preparation Is vastly su
perior to thu ordinary "suae tea"
madn by our Rranduiotli rs.
The growth ami beauty of tho hulr
dupendn on a healthy condition of the
scalp, Wyeth's Huk und Hulphur Hulr
Hcmedy quickly kills the dandruff
germs which rob (lu hulr of Its lire,
color and lustre, makes tho sculp
cleun and healtliy, gives Iho linlr
strengtli, color und beuuly, and makin
Get u ,0 cent battle from your drug
nU: todny. He will glvoour money
back If vou are not antlsQed nfler u
fair trial. Adv.
DEATH OF MRS. AZAEIO I
OCCURRED THIS MORNING
Many friends in Albuquerque will
learn with regret or the death this
morning ut 6:3" o'clock of Mrs. Ku
geniu Axarlo, at (ho fumlty home, 523
Mouth Plrst slrei-t. Mrs. Asorlo had
reached the hk" of iK years und for
the pust twenty years had heen n
aprathoii andVclie Cars
old. Full line of Auto
PWWPI II , t, jllll M
Rh la ulll'.
it by her htsakund, houn Azarlo.
.a titrcv grown children, Mr. Rccun-
jiBj.-etijra ana Mureno mna John
'AaJnL Th funeral win tnw. ni
WedBav morning at 9 o'clock from
n onorcn or mo immaculate Con
ception, whsn requlm mtu will b
oalebrated with Itev. Fr. Mojidntarl
ofilclatlng. Burial will ha In th fam
ily lot t Bant Barbara cemetery,
IViwral of XHtTld OurtTrrtght
The funeral of little David J. crU
Wright, whose death occurred Friday
Inst, took pu3 thin morning from
the Strong chapel, nev. Dr. V. K.
Worren officiating. Interment was in
Twenty Arizona and New
Mexico Priests to Attend
School Ceremony at Gallup;
Carbon City Promised New
Santa Fe Heading Boom.
fHprcUl CnrrrssoDtlraie to the lleraldl
On Hup, X. XI.. Nov. 2 6. Tho Most
Rev. Archbishop Tltaval of Hantu F
will Ho In Oullup next Thursday,
for the purpose of dedicating tho
now C'alholk' hcIiooI, which Is about
completed. About twenty priests
from UinVrvi.il parts r New Mexico
and Arizona will be here for the
ceremonies, The school will open
about the first of the year.
Hhejlir c H. Buzzle of Chnmller,
Okta., was In Oallup Thursday of
last week In take back Han Van
Wugeiien. who is wanted lu Okla
homa lor forgery.
Walter Meyers, u brother of City
Marshall l.ou Meyers, arrived In Gal
lup Saturday morning for u visit with
his relatives here. Mr. Meyers hi a
meat cutler In Trlnldud, but has
lutely..been confined to his bed with
a sover iitturk or pneumonia. He
came here to recuperate.
Kuperlntvudent or Rending Rooms
8. K. Tlusser pussed through Here nun
iluy lam week, anil while here In
formed the local reading room man
ager that the company bus com
pleted pluns for a new reading room
io ne caukirucieii Here In the neur
ruture. This Ih welcome news to tho
railroad bos and to the public In
general, as the present nuurtcrs urn
far too small to accommodate the
ever Increasing force of employes.
In spite or the fad that over 300
dwclllnns hnve been creeled In Oal
lup during the pum year, vacant
hoiiiea nm Just iih nearce now us
they were before building begun, A
lurge number of people ure living In
lentH waiting Tor u house, and many
rallroud men have their famlllcH ut
.other distant points bemuse there
are no hounes here to bring them to.
.urn i.u i-aiiersnu or lll' (iallup
Independent Muff letmned home taut
Nt'dtueiuy .Horn. 4ha KoUuii la ul
ley. where Mhe had been making
final proof to her claim.
Mrs, (.'. X fotton has been iUile
GOOD THINGS TO EAT.
Live and Dressed
20c to 25c lb.
Calif. Head lettuoe
Florida Grape Fruit
All kinds of Figs
All kinds of Apples
All kinds of Cakes
many other good things
JAFFA OIGCEIV CO,
spay, jofiirayitif . s -1 . fjf
Court was IK gesslon hem th mnrt
of Inst weK and the civil docket w
about cleard. Among the court of
ficials In ttnarice were Judgo llor.
bert V. Roynolds, Clerk Thomas. Mad
dison. Harry Owen, w. Dobaon.
W. K, Jckwt.iH. B. JummUon, R.
P. Adamt And Felix Lester. They all
rturne& to their homea 1q Albu
quorque Frlay morning.
Mrs. U O. Manklln an a ohtld
tt'.rned th Htur part of laat week
T. A. Pnbfo Man mado b'ppllo&tlon
to the town tofrd.fpr a franchlao for
a new UgHtiMtatnrtoro. Tho ques
tion or whthW .the people of this
place, want MCond light plant or
not In to bo' submitted to tho voters,
Jhe election ti tx held Dec. 24.
Tho Kashlon CBfo Is tho turns of
tho new restaurant which opened Its
doors to (ha publla last Saturday
morning In the stand formerly occu
pied by Onorgo Mlksch'a Arcade res
taurant. Woodtngton & Jorncgan
are the new sroprletorn. Mr. Wood.
Ington Is nn oxperlenced man In thin
uuBinoB ana win ut sum to do well,
A OONFIRMKD STTATE.MKNT,
ruThienco HeraJtl Readers ,V1U Ap
Donn'a Kidney Pills hsvd Bono
splendid work .In this locality,
Havo merited thn unstinted praise
they have received.
Hero'a evidence of their valuo that
none can doubt.
It's testimony from this locality
twice-told and well confirmed.
Kuch endowments am unlquo In
tne annate or rneiicine.
Should convince tho most bkontical
Torlblo Rodriquez, no Johnson
street, Santa Pe, N. M., eaya: "Two
and a half years ngo I gavo a state
ment for publication regarding my
experience with Bonn's Kidney Pills.
Today I am etronger lu my praise of
this remedy than ever. I suffered
greatly from disordered kidneys, thn
pnlns In my back being so acute that
I had to slop work und sit down.
The trouble steadily grew worse and
I rarely knew what It was to be free
from an nche or pain, Soon utter I
began using Doan's. Kidney Pills my
pains and aches disappeared and my
back became strong."
For sale by nil dealers. Price 00
cents. Koster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
Now York, sola usents for tho United
Remember the name noun's and
take no other. Adv. 37
TWENTY-FIVE HURT IN
EXPLOSION OF ACID
Jllr l.mcd tyir ta KvsnlKSi nrsU
New York, No. LTi Twenty-live
men were Injured today, two mortally,
by the explosion of .i vat of sulphur
In the I'ulon sulphur iiiIIIh in the
Williamsburg mvllnn of IlrooUlyn.
Fire followed und biillillnRN which oc
cupied un ontlio block were de
stroyed. Loss ir.oii.ooo.
(HI. Willis .i'liiit-Dlspateli.)
'I la vlni; hrokh (he bathtub trust,
(lie supremo court should now turn
lis attention to plumber's helpers,
who uke a hulf day lo go buck to
tiie Hliop and gut the muteriuls that
the plumbers forgni to bring.
Seven Nighu, Commencing
Sunday, Dec. 1
nml I mm
An r.dly or i:iMiuene' ,
WhhlMN. or Beautiful KfTwin
.Vl'.plU)ou f litugltttvwUuo
BUigi'st anil Ikwt Attraction or
lis Kind In All th World.
U T!II ivm
BIG FREE STREET
1 10c, 20c. 30c I
THE BIGGEST EVEB
E L I
I Elks Theatre
I November 27-28
Direoion of BREN
I liMmtionc.3CttWi J
Tho Eminent World mnusl Pntmlst
Without asking ft nuesllon this
strangely gifted man rendu your llfo
by a pclence as unerring ns the law of
gravitation. Ho tells you your tal
ents and short comings, (ells you what
you camo for, tells you whon and
whom you uro going to, marry; la
fact, everything. .
If you aro sick, he will, without ask
ing questions and annoying examina
tions, tell you the naturo and tliu
causa of your dlseaso and show you
ma way to poricct Jioaitu ana nupi
noss, 17fl3 W. CcntraJ Avcv, opposite At
tmqtioxquo noral Oo,
Or Ias Wire ta Braalae Htralal
New .'ork. Nov. 26. Wull street
awulird the opening of .thn market
with Interest today, owing to tho
nubllcutlou since (lit suspension of
uunineBN on nuiurtmy or tno awara
or (he arbitration board (o the cast
em railroad engineers' demands.
Koine Indication of thn probable
irenu or prices wus rurmsnnd uy tno
sharp declines or American railroad
stocks In (he marked, which wera
inllueiuiMl by disquieting political
news, iniiiai prices ner ranged
irenu nun u point to a point lower.
After Home moderate recoveries
stocKe tell abruptly uguln on nubilca
(Ion or an unconfirmed report thut
hostilities hud broken out between
Austria und Hervlu. The secondary
rull curried the list well under tho
opening figures, with especial heavi
ness in iteaiimg ami tho trnnscon
(inentnls. Ilnnds were steady.
Htncks continued depressed' In the.
early iiriernonn. The failure or
American bankers to obtain uuy purl
or (he Hnuth Afrlcun gold orfcred n
London today und iirevulent' high
money rales helped (he beam to force
roiuo nnuiiiation. Call money ml
aimed to fl ner cunt. "
. Call money rose to 12 ner cent, und
this factor was utilized by the beura
i oiiving uown prices, still further.
Hteid wuh offered freely and round
amounts or Heading und other nc
live Ihu.'S were ulmi sold.
New Vork. .Nov. 2.1. A Hurry lu (lie
money market today sent Iho rain ror
call loans up (o is per cent, the lilgh
chI flKltre Hlnce the early pari of 1 9 10.
Inireused mcrruntllu demniiils fur
money, dlhlurlieil political comlltionn
ubroail and pruparailons for the year
tiiid dlsbniNi'iiieniH of luteeral and illv
iend Were cited a Ullilirlyiug eniiHes
of the eoiiillllon lii the tuomw inarkel
Tim ailvanco In rales led to llipllila
Hon nf speculative holdings ol slockH
.mil pill-en were ilcprrsHcil ibalilv on
I he I'Xi'liamte,
The market closed heavy.
A .i iniiliH'iil bank sent sevcial mil
lion ilolliiiH Into the market to ho
t'xiicil at ii per cent, hut Winn IIiIh
miiiIn wiih exliansteil the laic erepl
iti uniiliially until it toiicheil I:' per
i hi .iKaln. Sluolijt lecoveleit Mlulltly
on i in- break In money Inn Himwcil
'line IfVCI'lHtincsM Liter.
i 'losing jiiIitm:
i I :i I Northern, 111? I-K.
Ne York Ceiitr.U, IH,
niiiicni I'acliii', ll::i I I.
lt,.illllK, t7) r.-H. ,
-oiilhcui rai'llle. I 10 3-S.
Inioii I'iii I He, 171 l-K.
Hleel, 71 1-X.
Hleel, pn lel red, III l-H.
ChlciiKo Hoard or Tiaile.
( 'lilt ago. Nov. 'Hi. -AIIIiouiiIi wheal
here responded to lilglier cuIiIch to
day, all cominlHNluu hounes appeared
to hac ot'deiH to sell on the blllKC
Opening prices were UfrUc higher.
.May started at ill 1i J1 Vtt; the kuiiic
change iih (he marke( taken alto
guther, but tell buck to UOTfco. The
oloso wum nervous, with May rii r 4
higher at 01 !4.
Corn Muy opened u ul
lH4t8Wc, touched H6uH ',(,( and
then rose lo 48',i t48ic. The i-lose
was nt t8o ror May, a. net gali or
Ou(s Muy, which started I tOc
higher nt 32 3l! V4c, climbed to
An iinturii lu hoss curried tiro
visions along. first sales., varied
irom m Nuiiue lower to ion- up, wnn
Muy ul IIN.07iKiilM.t0 for pork.
$10.22 hio.sd ror lurd und io.no
ror ribs. Closing prlceHi
Wheut December, 86H4D85HO!
Muy, lV4o: July, HfOic.
Corn Diicember. 47479ifl
May, tX(HtiV.t, July, Vh:
rfats necember, 3IVJflJJWPi
Muy, 3232 Vjc; July. Viv.
Mess I'ork (I'er hhl - Junuury,
HOMO: Muy, flK 2'j.
Lara (Per too lbs December,
fl0,07tti January, 10.72 'a ; Muy,
Hhort Ribs (I'er 100 Ibsj - Jan
uiiry, 110.80; May, (O.UG.
Chicago Mvo Htock.
Chlcngo, Npv. HD.Cutt)n Re
ceipts 18,000!- market steady to 10c
up; beeves, IB.36O1Q.70: Texus
steers, n.auitpD.To; western steers,
tri.40fn0.lfl! Btnetlnefl ontl .,l,,ru
$4.2r4H.oo; cows and heifers, 82,70
(.111 CUIVCB. S.DOIO.S0.
lings Receipts 39,000; market
slow, generuny no nignert light, 87.S&
t7xr,. mixed. 87.40O7.00i heavy.
57.3r,(fr7.uo1 rough, 87,8ri07.5Si pigs.
l6,nov7.flUi bulk or suits, 7.sfi?
Bheep UecelptH f.2,000 mofkAt
weak In I lie lower, niitivo, 83,0
4.30; w:slern, $3.(104)4,351 yearlings.
$4.fl0fi,H0, lumbs, natlvp, $C0,40
7,85; western, $5,507,26,
Ht. I-oiUh Wool. 'C
lit. liOUls, Nov. 25. WooJMw
kot ajeodyj territory and western mo
dlums, 3125o! lino mediums, ISO
foot flno, 18917c.
stgMM Clijr Urn Block,
fCxam- W UO'e Nov. SCf-Cattla
Receipts 10,000, Including 1,200
su.t,hrns: mdrket lOo higher; nu-
Mrs, $4.2&OT,2S: southern cows
and hearers. ta.fiOfrO! native mtva
arid heifers, $.1.7&(8.S0; Blockers and
feeders, $4.rOQ7,00; bulls, nasi
ca)ves, tr.D.0t 3.50; western steers.
fS.fi0G8.C0; wstnrn cows, $3'.S0fi S.E0.
OHogs Receipts 10,000; market I
10c higher; hulk of sales. $7.r.0
7.78! heavy. f7.70ff7,R0; papkers und
hutehers, 7.BOO7.80 lights. $7.46
7.70! pigs. $(1.25 4J7.
Hhcep Receipts, 8,000; market
weak, muttons, $3.78M.o0; lnmbs,
$5.r,n 7 range wethers nml vcur
IIuks Mil Hi ran go ewes, $3fr.14 r.O.
si. IhiIh Kjwllcr.
h't l.oiils, Nov. 26 f.cud Market
uncliaugcd, (.3fO4.40; Kpeltcr linn
Cotton nt (inlrcNiun.
flnlveston, Xov. ar..- t'oitnn loer
. "Smv Yolk Coiinii.
New York, Nov. 25. Oniinii rutin i i,
closed b.roly eteaily.
New York, Nov. 26. Copper e,is ;
slnndiird spot and .Nov., $l7.u: i.i.i .
December und January. $i;.n:, t(
17.40; electrolytic and lake. $17 r;' (
17.87; cnstlnga, 817.26&017.37.
Tin Wcuk; spot, November and
December, $ 49.26 049.761 Junimit.
48.37 4 4 0.7C.
Lead Htendv. tt.4BfH4.Bu! Mti. li,
steady, $7.40u ".flu. Antimony mum.
on Quiet, Xo. l northern, $ls
JflH.26; No. 2 northern, 818. 2:. n
18 76; No. 1 southern. 818.76 IK J".,
No. 1 southern soft, $lH,G0O19.
XevT York Cotton.
New York. Nov. 26. Cotton Spot
closed steady; middling uplands txt
n.suu; middling guir. J3.O60. No
otonei bn call strong, flifJIS pep
f f!?,; ."'""K rttt. 0 per cont! closing
old. 8 to percent; offered nt 9.
lime loans steady; sixty days, 0 per
ent; ninety days 6 3-4 por cont; afx
months, & 1-4&U percent.
Close: Prlmo mercantllo paper, 11
per cent; sterling exchange, easy with
actual business tn bankers at $4.80.00
for sixty duy bills and at $4.M5 for
Commercial tills, 4.80
Unr silver, 63c,
Mexican dollars, 48 3-4c.
Government bonds steady,
Riillroad bonds Oicfivy.
(Quotation furnhmaa vy Logan ft
Bryan, 2 Board of Trade, Chicago.)
Roston, Mass., Nov, 26. Santa Ke.
copper oiieiind toduy a( 3 6-S und
closed ut 3Vj. 226 sllures were sold.
SOMETHING TO BE
thut lucre Is a store like thin when,
your muiiev uI,ih - m mn ml n nut
Value lu IiIkIi Ihnh brcinl. cakes unit
pU-i, etc Test Mir matter by mnkinir
your next inirciiiHc luie We will
lint hiitc to mhIi tun to .iiiue auain.
Vou'll come nt' your nun accord.'
207 Rotith First Street.
Listen! Sheep ape shorrv
of their pure wool to make
the all wool Goods WE sell.
Aot only pure woof but the finest arade
of It goes Into the cloths from which our
ALL-WOOL garments are made.
This Is why we can show unusual
shades and weaves In our suits and over
coats. 10 0 SUITS AT tie SPECIAL.
And then the way our clothing Is made
Is different They are not sawed out and
slung together by carpenters of clothes,
but hand -scissored and hand -made by, the,
best tailors working under wholesome, ,
sariltary conditions. tyjL:
Our prices are no more than opup
gra.de clothing Is Worth
We Save Yo 15 Per Cen
APPLES $1.00 BO
White Potatoea. IS Ibh - 25
kcw .Raisins, 3 lbs. - 2oq
new Dried fruits
small, 30oi medium.
large, SI. 'JO.
Mackerel, 3 Xor i-..M.-.v.w.i-..S!5d
I'resh Clysters. " .
New Mluco Meat, hulk and packago.
Keystono Flour None Tlelfer.
Now lluckwhcat, 34 lbs. lor M..351
New Puncnko Flour.
Inline ht.i Reecbnut Peanut nut
'" I"" l' .. latjci
, icieiveu Ileinr.'M Sweet and
s.mr I'll itiuw. India Relish and Chow
I'i'i'.ii.il Lentils, lb .ion
New sauer Kraut, quart M..llhJ
1 Mmj.I.. Klnko, 7 pkgs gt.iMX
vii "ii .in Rrcukfusl lAiod, Fresh
i M'Mimunt. ukir . mn
imis Fairy .Soup hbo
i liars Hunny Mondwaj- Soap a:u
1 bars I'cnrl White .Soap aft.
' "mil Uuncy, 2 for a.Vi
-uaincd Honey, plnlH 25
l uiirurnla Rlpo olives, pinin iflo
Xew Dried FruKs Just Received...,
Hugnr, 15 lbs .....1.00
1fx a". no'! 3s, hoo; tos, i.ao
I ottolone. .medium, 00c; large, 1.15
Ilecclinut l'ennut Rutter, small... ttte
Medium, (Ho; large,
Klngsford'N-Hllver Oloss and Corn
fltiuch, 1 b on
Fresh Cooking Figs, lb I3!4o
Rink (Salmon, tall cans, I0e; a for 'J3
7 barB Crystal Vhlt Honp 3o
6 cans Roiled Ham 2So
il lbs, Mexican Ileans ..SSu
largo slxo I'ost Toasties 1214c
Van Camp'n Hominy, 3-lb. cnn...ini
lUiker'u Chocolate 33o
Holns linked Deans, Tomato .Sauce to
Holns Iluked Ileans. largo cans... 23c
Wedding Rreakfast Coffeo aot
Ktiner'n Pork and Ileans, 2 lbs..,. too
Airship Htauilard Corn H t-ilo
Bhrudded Wheat lllsculls tin
Oiillf. Hylman Olive Oil, pints,
2Hi; pints, ,1Uc; (uurti. OAr.
Maraschino Cherries, pint ....... 4f!o
Reechnut lliicon. H-lb. Jar IRo
lleecbnut Mlleuil Hoef. medium .... IRi
(.'nippru iieer, pounutguvis
ltliie Laliel Catsup, pints ,
Hahid Oil, pints
116 WEST GOLD AVENUE
"There could he no belter modlolnn
than Chumborlaln's Cough Remedy,
My, children were, all sick with
vTOlTOWg cough. One "of them vos
In bad, hud a high fovor und was
coughing up blood. Our doctor gavo
them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and the first dose eased (hem, und
three bottles oured them," says Mrs.
R. A. PouuldHon, of Lexlngion, Mlns.
For suln by nil drugglsia, Adv.
"So..ie times the city
is humane" they
break you quick, get
you out of your
fniaery, tsnd you
hotne to the country,