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THI KVJWINQ HERALD, ALBTTQTOtQTTE. If. II., TUESDAY, TUVt 8, 1915.
Today's New CATTLE CLEAN UPlGOL. FLEMING SAYS IN VALLEY SOUTH IE Several Shipments During Past Few Days from Engle. San Marcial and Becker End Spring Shipment!. Probably Ihe last i ahlpment. i t ,n I,- from Hi. Itlo ilr.mdc valley Hull.. I, - IMIIIth nf A I l. u-ri "' ml riiMiif hiii ii.iiiv mill Holiday, reprr i.i.i i, Hi. cleanup nt spring pur Ini-. .In. IK by I'olorudo huyera. Hckcr. which liu lieen i an Mil 1,1 , iiu. shipping ni, in.,), this "prlii. shipped three curs nf row ii v ni'fnin i tin vm Torre 10 '. W. Meekem. ii iJenver spci ulutor I hiw were bought in bc.-i feeders .im.I went In Hi. I.e. I Mi l.la MM H'.IIV i 'nioradn Frntn San M i ,i the Molly I'attle I eHipany -1.11.1 . .1 aeveral vara of their wn yearlings to their oust u res in 1 .il.irioli.. Thuc air Mid to him been I he best hunch of yearlings moved i,iii ,,r anniherti New . v I hi" vrar. T K. Tucker, of Denier, denned up hi" southern New Mexico contract with shipments from Kngle. Katurdny. Ml- I..OK .IMI "leer, mill 1, III ('OKU fiorn Cal. W. H Hopewell, from tin Hop Wail rum hen i.n the Hermosn. co-wu froni Tom Itoas of ihl" rlly anil lit i-iiwi anil ln-li from Have l-'orrola. J. il. Hull of El I'aao sold JH.. aleer In John I 'only, who shipped them o l-i J 11 m ii it, , , will l.i hanw nliipini.nl,, n.iin ihla section In the curly full HELD EOR MURDER OF TATUM Sixty-Three Year Old Man Dies as Result of Bullet Wound: Self Defense Is Claimed. lntri.i attorney r-hurica W. fj. Want of luis Vegas, who waa here eatei .lav on roilti business rei elved w, iil at ihi- death 111 H11 11 ui Mi.xu nf I X T11I1110. .1 6J )i.ir ..i resident 1 iiimlul'iia IHty us Hie result u' 1 ill. l wiiiinila alleged In hn . lii-.-n received ) tin- hit ! of 11 , i, 1 ... n -iiIm unit hi brother Mr W.inl ulao Ml ml' 1 i i thai th two Harriets MM hail imm ii In 10 under uiiu i.n 1 111. h lor Ihi- killing "ordlng 1" liu advices Mr Ward hits Hugh Dan. H i- ih alaaaat to hava dona Ma aaaat ma. The ' 1 1. 1111. Ik MM,' a they or" knoHn llwoaajhaNi the Santa Haas i.unlry, admitted the nh.11.iuiK which uuae,i thi- old mun's aaafe, inn llillll that It was iloln in geM -defense ii la aaaataiaod t.iui Hmih liuniels a 111 ba triad a) trs state hn tin prin- . Ipul offender, im it vim In who fired thi- "hoi It aapaavt thut Hmih Inm ids und hi" lirnttaaj and Trunin got into .1 iiiarri'l Inst week ut Ihi daud man" 1 1 1 in. ii 1 1 'ii miles from thi count 1 ar il, tin .1 l!i m il tr nihil occurring ova eova sheep of tti, aer-as1 thai were KrmcinK on Taliim h li.ml Words run hlKh. It la alleged. aMl nfkuMl II, mh rn Ised hi Haa and ahot the other limn. Tutnin. who uaag mi horseback. M irmn iln- anlniul. Hi llfi Ii 1 1 Hal in the balance for u faw duya. Tntum wna a wiii-kiiowii nnd high Iv riap.td litlaan of Munlu Itoa.i ll i. Miivivi'.i by a wiii inn! "Hi' "on l'hona a. Had p.m. Sll Wait Top per, for firat rluaa livery. W. L. Tilml.la A Co. All Babies Destined to Great Achievement To tic horn' It to hr great. For there nrr wissit)ihtn's 111 t'M'fy ftny human In I ml 1 f r t' a r ... hi vrrir tins almuM rt'OiftiiU'r that wtiAt-i'ver 1 4 tunt tn .. ! I Li m i i 1 1 i i , to r. lirvr hef ' f 1 1 -1 r , during hrr trying DMntht, wtll Mir.'l bo of Buirkcsl Win fit to tltr rbiltt Among the trtrrlirm i.N . .1 plonlt1 rt tt-rnnt remrtly known V N(..1t,.i . I i. I It la wlutt L . ,.il i ... .--(NX ..linn It la n;i OF ALBUQUERQL DANIELS BROTHERS tiliiit In thi- JtlNlonnii l nui-1. 1. frntly ruMml in by yHir own huit-l v t'V your own mind. It nnk" the muat'ltv plinnt, thry rip.ind iiiit n-aturnllr 1 too i-f-vt upon the in Mr. it Hn. Ii that thry ad jutt tln-marUci to th pmtfO of ripAimion ax i that pnln from tliU aourrc la almoat rllml liatrd. Women who tur "Motlicr' FririMl' r- fir to Hit? alxM'no' of nMimlim aiiknc-v thry rr rrllrvtad nf a trat many minor dJI trtxwca, all aporrl-aruitlnn diaapprura and Ihoa MNulliir nrrvuua "Ihlintj" no lortgrr dlaturd lb? ntbta. H U wi ll n.imrd "Mothrr I r . i, i Ott a ttottle today of any drue tat. Then at onre write for a moat enter I tM'ttif ! ii. I inatrm tlvc hook for all pripapn live aWrthera. A I tr. - Hrndltcld lU'cuiatUir OB , 7l) Lamar Ml.lr . Atlanta, 0, Ihla l.k eipUlna the phyakal atiinn of ' M 'ti. r - Krlend," tells why It enforrra atr-r-ngih to the moarlea and rellevea undue train. It aiao ronlalna Icttvra of eiperirmo ft.-ni many b.tppy Brtrtbrra. It I Juat iwh a handy I til. In - k aa every womau will at mht rit-taffniie aa iitat what ah had always atialH-tl lu rtail plalu fat-te atatut briar If. rtv uiok U mij luv lu uu adUf-uaa, H.tc fur It tuday. - m - Mexico N ews IS PROSPEROUS Well Known Kansas City Business Man Reports Fine Conditions as Result of New Mexico Trip. rnlonal prd W. riemlnc, vice preildent of the Kanaaa City Life Jn auran"a company, haa re-anly re turned from a trip to the aouthweat. and tell, the Kanaua rlt) Journal nf ahat he .nw In New Mhim "Qanaral . ondlllnna throaihout Roiilhweaterp territory In the live- aiork induatry. aa well aa In farming operation, could not be belter.'' aaya i ..lone! riemini. Thare wna a larae anowfall In in., mauntalna durlaa Ih winter nnd .ontlnued aeaaonable ram, alnre. with reaulllnt abundant water lor atock and line aprlng paaliin,. "The ahei.p and loat Induatry haa lie, i, me a very Important one In the aouihweal anil the reiord-hreuklnc SOUTHWEST prlee for wool 27 to 12 renta per comparatively amall majorlllea. the i.i.und - will yield a handaome prortt aajaj won the hard fought prohibi ts the aheep farmera. tloala1 wool. n election ln the atate capital. The from which mohair la made, la bring. ,a vote eaat waa 1I0M and the weta Ing JR centa per pound nnd the lamb had a total majority of 111. .irop. ,.n account of the favorable m, ward, the vole w'aa a. fnllowa: Kprina, la better than uaual. Kncour- aged by their e,aful opnration laat year homiHK-ndera In the dry lurmlng aectlnn. f i-aelern New Meg- Po put In a large acreage of winter wheat lual full and the preaent c,,n- dltlon of Important crop could nm lie tnpr.ii.ed upon On, home- in riiri eounty. Mew Min- "leader I produ. ed J biiahel, of wheat to the acre lael year ajuj after aupplvlng hi" nelghbora with ,eed -a heat hnd M buahcla egce for aale at high prP ea. There I nr. inrreeaed arre- ugc In cereal imi. throughout the nlirc tableland of enatern New Meg- o. a, well aa Waaler. Tenia. All ropa arc looking fine. A traveling man for one of th- Kiiiimi illy 'i' -'! flrma Hunted to me aa anylng that he had am onlj one held I wheat between A in. .nil... Texua. ami Klona, Kan., but that It extended ,-,n, , KPP, tlu. Mnonu in legal ex the entire dlatan.e between theae Kience. I Int" nnd a, fm from the railroad i, he could ace Perhapa thi, I a mild exaggerating hut the fact re main there I, a latgeli In.reaaed ahem acreage nnd the nutlook for a big yield could hurdly be better. The nllre nuiithweat tributary to Kiiii.b I'll i, enjov ng an iineiiuulled degree .. . ... . k. i . -i.aper ly und there la hound to piiiaperlty anil there be Increased bUHlne,, In l'ery line f r Kanan City merchant, ut.i manuiac. rer " E REASON FOR WET COOL WEATHER Full blood Maricopa Declares IN A XPLAINS . , . , . "I r.. i. I. ..a nil" l".ll,OI. Constant Discharge of High caporetu Cormona, varao, Cera Explosive. Will Change the "J', . Climatic Conditions. xawti. rr.u.i iaa g. id ta. Iguir of Trlenl. ure Indiiy in tbiir .m ieaelon mid have been "luce thi opin I'hoenlx. Ari., June S. -That the Ing af boat II it lea. iiriiiHu.il rulnn. and I weather dur ing Hpring were due to the war in Kiir.. ie I, the theoiy f ('henubu Fix-' leu, a fiillbloiid MeyfiCOJM Indiun win. Iiiih been keeping up with the war In j ihe land aero, the pond. Chenuba dor, m ! read himaelf. hill haa ii aon ho rend the newnpuper, anil li-lw, Mm what .- going on. Tin gegV) filing of cannon, nnd gun th-t i arry dehdly p,iicnou .'.i--.h Iuim m.i iilMturbeil the atmiuv itMN that it la felt over here in Arl- una. khiiI Kixii'o throiiKh an inter preter. If the war continue, long' '.ugh it may bring nooiit a prrmun ni change m , Inn ulc , ondtlluna, even here in the Hull Kiicr lallev. "Nearly all ihe big flood In ihl oitntry were In venr when there ha cen i. War "ome place, Dur'ug the nine ,,f the Unci ,ir, ' he dei lure. lb., country hud flood, nlan during tin- l:ii"-.lui war. Ii lighting 1 in i.nHe thi. "umiiui Arlxonu will have' lot of rain, it nol mm h lighting look out for a dry pell ami hut wnda." t'henuha I u kind of a prophet., He i mi Indian .iMrnnoiiuT it well a weather ir..giii,i i utor , and i a Min.ng among Ihe fullblooda a n Aealhcl man a" In III. ka 1 wllh Ihe Miourl lurmei. 1 GARFIELD GROUP IS GIVEN CONTROL OF BIG COMPANY 111' dec ialon of .lude lluinobl. glierr verbally, former riecreluti of Ihe Inleii.ii'. i ,, , u rSartlilil un.t In, giunp nre declared in control of I be Nort hw i nterii 'ol. nirul imr und Improvement company of Chihuuhna. leorge It. Pierce and hla group of alleged director, elected cl a meet Ibg In Iteming, are ouated and etp- rag rmm exenlaliig rorporute fttni' ton in the name of the company. The tlei I, Inn follow a year of lit - gun .ii About lu.uiHi.Olifl ucre of Imiil In i 'lilhiuihuu. Mrxno. ure in iol ed The . nun' derision tOuM upon a motion lor Judgment on the i L adings llllide by Ihe relutor. Till" lie "h- tinned Vigil A Jumlun. who ripii'- M'ltl.-rl the relator, i , , I Mr. I1UI- n. id II vice-preside n I nnd !. J. fa ble, of Ohio, a e.-rclury Thev nlan nnrried ag iliicclnr Mr Vigil and Kriiul i'. Wilson, oi Suutu Ke. WETS WIN IN THREE ELECTIONS IN NEW MEXICO YESTERDAY Prohibitionists Lose Hard Fight in Santa Fe by Ma jority of 132; Total or 1,1 00 Votes Cast. TRIAL OF SECRET BALLOT PROVES SATISFACTORY lavcaj prohlalMaa waa defeat- ed In three New Meilro town a yeaterdny. In each rasa by amall a T ni"J"'"ie". a J "" the wet won a a T hTi '""h 'meat by a major- a "y "r nl '"" "f of a """ At Jl"'lner. folfnx rnitntv, a prohlbltionlla were defeated if a " majority of 22. a At V.uiihn the weta won by a a majority of five votea. a , Hants Fe. X M June Hv ear- rvina nil f....r .r.l. -- Ma. L 116 wet. 143 drv No 2 201 wet und 117 drv Ma. 1. 141 wet 114 Orv; No. 4. 114 wet and- 1 Hi drv. a reported lo the Herald vetrr- a.v ,h(. rlectlon nuiable for the ,.lrt end orderly manner In which It aa . .,ndii"ied. Nol a "Ingle Incident . i . urn d to n.r ihe peace of the rlt -. uniiia.efiiMirii.-ffe,-. Allhnuih the dr. element are de- tmtra- they are nol eaat down by Ihelr bratine and onim not thru ih el..,. ,,, though loat. will have a aal.n. .ty effect on the c.ndu. t of the aalooti bualnea, here. It waa the diaorderlv (,i,duct ,,i certain auloona and the eialegai.l for law exhibited by their ewaaeg arklch precipitated the pro- hll.ltlon tight Thi. . ondltiun. the ad. vo.alea ..f n drv cioltal declare, will ,e overcome by the election in which w., w.,. fri.ed to make n hard wna itnv srmvi.K.it av MwoitiTv or 3S tHpeclal to The Herald.) Springer, N. M . June 1. A total eagg oi i 58 wa c.iat in the prohlbi- i t.t. . i... . ... ....... . u. a. . .1... u.,.1. ' . . .... winning by a majority of The . " " . :, waa oiuerij. arava oav uH5i r MAaosuTv or riva vim:s IHpeclul to The Herald.) Beat Vaughn. N. M , June X The etH carried Vaughn again in eter- day , election, but they carried It by , I trer. Hinall inujorii The wet vole lolall. ,1 :n and the dry, u"t. IS, Ma lorltv im the wet five. IT l I N- IIHIX IM. II MM. T I I ii- l l-lltlN ill I I nsi LINK ! I'dlne. Italy. June I, t'hiiiaeo mill I'uriH, .' i'h p. m i litiliun fori Igeg today i-ligugftl with the force .1 AiiRtriu og the euateru bunk" of the I laonxo river at a point north of T"l rnirio Thev are iighling ulau nr. Hind i-iiii with the mi ., l.ei the Herald want ad . your work. Having In the Benjamin Bros. & today all the Benjamin Suits One line of Straw Hats at 1-2 price. All $6.50 Panama Hats now Special Prices on all Furnishing Goods :: New Goods 218 Wett Central WILL BUILO A ROAD FROM SANTA ROSA TO LAS VEGAS Lively Interest in Better Highway Connections for Two Important Towns and Gulf-Colorado Highway. Rnm I.n. Veaa. M, M. June . Manta Roaa will aend a committee of prominent realdenta hare tomorrow to confer with Ijtm Vegaa regarding the advlaahlllty of cngnectlng Ihla aeillon of northern Xaw Mexico with the flulf of Colorado highway. Their omlmr la the reeult or the vlalt nf O. I.. William, and William Hhlllinglaw to Sum Koaa Halurd.iv. WlllliiniH. who I the preaident of the flulf to Colorado Highway aaanciailon. waa aent to ftnnta lloaa aa the gueat of the f-iiinmen Inl i luh. Hhllllnelnu accom panied him aa repreaentatlve of the club. Mr. William apoke to the Hunt i noaa I-. ..tile of the advantaaee of having that city and I.aa Vegaa con nected ellh the Half to Colorado rtaMl, netting forth the deairalilllty of drawing Texaa and New Mealrn to Hp. ii. I their aummer vacation. He gave them practically the eame talk that waa given by him to the meet ing In the i '. nomeri Ml lub rooma on Kriday evening. The Hanta Roaa folk the polit. When I hey come up here Wedneaday they doublleea will be found aa atrong In the advocacy of the building of a highway connect ing with the gulf road aa any I i Vegana Prnctlrally the only atrip of r-iad needed would be from Hnnta lto.i io Tucumcarl. SAYS MILITANTS IN WASHIN6T0N HURT SUFFRAGE CAUSE Miss Alice Blackwell De clares Ladies With Rough Neck Methods Prejudice Congressmen Against Move ment. Chicago. June I. Mi Alice Rtone Hla kwell of N,w York, addreaalna the mid-year conference of the Nu lional Woman, uffrage aaaorlallon here aald the no,uin,n auffer from ihi- militant action of the .ongrea "ional union for the reaaon that pol- I llillll t" do n"l d!,tlllglllih bet.', cell ,,,. ., ,, linther ,,ut viait their reHenlment upon the suffrage riiiiMiiieiit generally. "We are nmklng great pri.grea In the aouth." Mlaa Hlnckuell aald. Mr. Meiiill Mct'i.rmii k. chairman ..I the i.ntii'KHliin.il eoMmMtrgg of the aaaaolairon, explained the work of her committee. There nua animated debate aa to the propriety of Htipportlng the Hhuff roth umendment, which Mr,. Mi.'or iiil. k explmned wu aiipiiorted by the i iingreaional cnimlttee. although Die commuter regarded it a of aec ..ndnry linportancr. Mra. OlfTord Diulliy .f Tenneaaee declared that Ihe amendment wii" the moat import ant gateway to aurTragr In th youth und u motion by Mra. A. H. Pour of Minnaniu t,, withdraw aupport waa lot, 21 to 67. lt the Heraig waat ag do you work. Purchased Benjamin Bros'. Benjamin Bros. & Co. Price $27.50, Our Price . . . $16.50 " 26.50, Our Price . . . $15.00 25.00, Our Price . . . $15.00 " 23.50, Our Price . . . $13.50 ' 22.50, Our Price . . . $12.50 " 20.00, Our Price ... $ 11.00 " 18.00, Our Price . . . $10.00 E. R. STEAN NIPPERS WERE HIS COINC-TO-JAIL IE Latham Says Santa Fe Offioer Took Off All His Clothes on Train After Arrest. A apecial maater apptelnted hy the t'nlted fttate court Allornev H. (' Miller I taking depoeltlon m ,, aolt for 116, nan brought by C C Latham in Mobrrli, Mo., again,! the ganta Ke railrrmd for alleged tnellcloua proee- cution. I ut ham. among other thing,, al lege ha waa el ripped of hla clothe, hy the ttgnta fe officer who arreated him nnd carte, i ..ff wearing Utile lie "Idea a pair of handcuffa Mol.erlv wa act-uaed. according to the complaint in the caee. of Inciting a riot ut Vaughn. N M. He waa piiratted by the rtanta Ke tn Moberlv. Mo., where. It la alleged, he waa ar rete,l by Special Agent. Hnowden. He naaerta that Anowden put him on a train, took hi clothing off, and hand cuffed him in an upper lierth. He allege he waa acquitted of the charge of inciting to riot at Vaughn t'harlea W. (1 Ward, dlatrlct at torney; W. E. llortner and other well known flttxena of I.n Vegee, were here yeaterdny gli Ing depoalllona fore Mr. Miller at the law office of 4'ept. W. C. Held COAL MINERS MEET AT TRINIDAD Gathering of All Coal Pro ducing Interests in Four Rocky Mountain States Be gins Work Today. Hy E.rniag llrrald . .-..I Wlr Trinidad. I'oln.. June x. The aae oml annual eeaelon of the l:. k .Mountain i oa I Mining Inatli'lle, com. prialng the atate of t'olorudo. New Mexico, I'tah and Wyoming opened here at Id o'clock thi morning. The meeting wil luat three day. One hundred and thlrly-flve delegate had regiie.'ed today and thia numner will be increaaed by new arrival. The delegate were welcomed in addree e by Mayor !. L, Taylor and A. U Mrunaon. preldeni of the chamber uf commerce. The program for the three day includea a number of entertulnment nature, u vlalt to the coal camp and an auli, mobile exi uraion over the M-rnlc hlghwuy lu Kuton nnd other Hide trip. The Inatllute clone wllh a buti'iuei Thuraday night. Mudlann, Wia. Jan. I, 113. M. D. Reynold aaya: Thi I to certify that 1 have tiren a great aufferer from Rheumatlaf Ince M14. Contratced the diaeaae while working with a mow plow on the railroad. For aeveral yeara 1 hui been obliged to uae crutche a treat part of the time. Having used tnree hogea of the Merltnl H he urea - tim Powdere. I have thrown awny th. crutchee und am now almoet fully reeoveied. It certainly haa done Won der for me and I heartily recommend It. M. D, RRTNOLDH. Agent' Price. 60c, 1.00. COST! CONVENTION Co. Clothing business, we will at the following prices, to close BaTaaafaBaBBBBBBaV jaBaBBBV atl KEROSENE AS MUCH TIME TION firrlrta looking ovga doea half it cook ing with the burner. turn out. . PLI NfW PER FP.CTION OIL C OnKSTOVKI. are neajemni 2,040,agg humei. Soul in I. 2. 1, tad 4 burner .d..,i aardwae. fumiturt, aaal fetaeral etore everywhere. THE CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY ltera.d at CtUnaal F. Crollott FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMD EMBALMER. Hi. 410 -v., mi, Naroad Hi. raaua lay or Majfct ST. Iext of note ' l r.iillnned fmm Paw One.) mntlon concerning Oeldemeeatrr't trip here. At noon after the cabinet meeting hgd been under way an hour Merre tnry in ... arrived. "I'm aorry 1 am late,' he aald, aa . - . .,,.,. . .., (n (he preeldent I would be detained by Important work The note waa taken up In the form In which It came after Hecretary Bryan had apent aeveral hour on i after hla conference yeaterday with i the pre.ldenl. After the meetln1 Hecretary Hrvan went to luncheon with the olher member. rahlnet member aid that while I -it.lv a few word might he h ne ed. It would go forwent to Berlin In prn.tlcnly the form agreed upon at today meeting. (.1 KMW WHIM It mUm Wl: Ml WTNT LKCTI IIR KXTHKHI.WH A.naterdam, June X, fVIa London, 4 p. m. ) tleorge Rernhard, writing In the Vigudachc Keltung tndny Bay. "II appear-, aa If America will hlrk the obligation to dlacria, with ua pre- ! Ilinlnar.i iUrntlon concerning the I character of the Cunard line ateain- "hlp Lualtnnla. Whether thi Itrlt lh hlp had weapon and ammunl t!ud on board aeem tn l'reldenl Wllaon to he lea important than to learn from u what we Ihink of the prrutccutlon of n (iihniarlne war. We confidently hope that our gov rrn)nenr will hove ,ithln. to do wllh uch dtdortion of fact. If Preal dent Wllmn want a de'llve anawer from u. it can not be other than that the Lualtania waa a llriilah chip with Ad 169 COMFORT WITH oa AS MUCH FUEL (lire your roaat g lew minwtet ( quick heat, then Dull a damper and turn out the hurneft. Dinner conk awra aigrlf, without ION w-atchtnj. Cfietaaajaa .lak UaW City contraband of wkr material, lo tor pedo which we had an abaolute right within Ihe war gone. "We can not allow onraelvea to he lectured even by the t'nlted Slate on thi right, which we eaerclae In aelf protectlon." MOUK fiRnMAM At-THV-VVITS UK M il HY TV. IM-R ri4KT Waahlngton, Jane . Two more af. ftdavlt from Qerman aoureea on the Ltialtanla were filed today with the Hinie di partinent. They followed lh line nf others previously filed alleg ing the liner FAMILY AVOIDS SERIOUS SICKNESS ly Bcia. Caastaatly SaaffietJ Wkk TMfgrd'g Bl(k-Draak. Mclhifl. Vg "I tuflcred tor aeveral ttut," ggjrs Mrs. J. B. Whitlakcr. oi Ins place, "with tick headache, and Ten year Sflo friend MM aw to try rhedlord't Black -Org' ;ht, which I did, tnd I lound il lo be the best family medi cine tor young g-aa can I keep Black -Dmugtrt oa hgad aj timr now, gnd when my children i little bad. they ask me lor a doae. i aft the irv-l a and it dors them more good than any rat ft flag uieyevertr- We never have a Mag spell of tern arm In our family, tinct we commenced wing Black-Draught." Ihedlord't Blcx-Drtugtit if purely regeUbtg, and has ban sound to regu late weak tdcdnacnt. aid dtgettion, re lieve indigestion, tolic.wtt-ai aautea, tytnptomg. It has been hi constant use lor More 3ian 70 years, and hat benefited more .run a million people Your drugcitt sells and recommends Black -UraughL Price only Z. Oct S to-day. mc us Interest place on sale out at once: . . . $4.00 Arriving Daily 218 West Central