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Construction Camps For
Railroad Extension Are
Tooreon. Feb. 22. The Business
Men's league has solickcd from the state
government a concession to establish
here a permanent exposition and annual
fair. This business league was organ
ized for the purpose o advertising the
wonderful natural advantages wnich ex
ist hre in the line of agriculture,, manu
facturing, mining, etc, and realizing
the advantages to be derived from an
exposition of the products the league has
determined to carry out the project of a
permanent exposition and an annual
The league is composed of the wealth
iest and most prominent men of Terreoa
and vicinity. Camps are uov.- relng es
tablished along the survey of the ex
tension of the international line of the
National rail-ways of Mexico from the
city of Durango to the heavily timbered
district of Llano Grande to a point
known as La Ciudad. It is asserted that
active construction -work will begin this
J. Phillips, contractor, -will be in
charge of the principal camp now being
established at Llano Grande, -where
many ties will be cut and grading -will
be carried on at the same time. Paul
"While it Is often Impossible to pre
vent an accident, it is never Impossible
to be prepared It is not beyond any
one's purse. Invest 25 cents in a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Liniment and you
are prepared for sprains, bruises and
like Injuries. Sold by all druggists.
THE FRED J.-
Announces an exhibition of Kodak "Work to he held at the
store comer Texas and Mesa Streets, February 18th, 19th,
21st and 22nd, and extends to you a cordial invitation to
be present. In the exhibit are several hundred enlarged
prints of high pictorial quality, and there will be interest
ing demonstrations by qualified representatives of the
Eastman Kodak Company every afternoon and evening.
Capital and Surplus, $800,000.00
OFFICERS AlfD DIRECTORS:
W. W. TURXEY," Chairman.
-JOSHUA RAYXOLDS, President.
James G. ilcXary, Vice-President. Walter SI. Butler, Agst. Cashier
Jno. 31- Havnolds, Vice-President. Francis B. Gallaeher, Asst. Cashier
EDG4H W. KAYSEK, Cashier.
WE SOLICIT YOUR
C 2- MOREHEAD, President GEO. D: FLORY, Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. C. XL BASSETT, Vice Pres.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Ass'L Cash.
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1831. . ,
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AITD PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate. Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAH) FOR MEZICAU" M0J7EY.
I Rio GrandeValley
W. W. Turner, PresL
S- T. Turner, Vice Prest.
f W. Cooley, V. P. & ilgr.
CAPITAL, SUBPLTJS AND PROFITS $150,000
GEKERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
EL PASO. TEXAS
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J- Simmons
A.. G. Andreas E. Kohlberg B. Blumenthal
J. F. Williams J. H. Hay
YOUR 3AESESG BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
W. E. Anderson
IJ. H .Nations, Pres.
John T. HcElroy, V. Pres.
1 CAPITAL STOCK
Promptness, Safety and Careful Attention to the Wants of Our Customers Is
the Policy of This Bank
Hesse will be in charge of the camp
-which is to be headquarters at Du
rango. Mr. xiesse has also been appoint
ed by the railroad company to make con
tract for lands along the line and for all
It is reported that an effort will be
made to secure- some 3000 laborers for
this -work in order to complete it as
quickly as possible. Owing to the build
ing of several large dams along the
Nazas river, in the lower part of the
state of Durango, the outlook for
abundant crops throughout the entire
state and a eneral revival of mining
It is very doubtful as to vrnether this
number can be obtained even though
thev send out of the'state for men.
CLIXT "UEIICIIAIVTS' WIX
FU03I "FAIWIERS'' BALL TEAM.
3Icrchandise Bnsiuess on the G., H. &
S. A. is Steadily Increasing
Clint 3fCTrs Notes.
Clint, Tex., Feb. 22. The ball game
Sun-ray between the "Merchants" and
the "Farmers" was one of the fastest
games ever played in Clint, resulting
in a victory for the "Merchants" by the
score of 6 to 2. The batteries were
Coffin and Brown, Manning and Stoude
myere, and the time was one hour and
Station agent B. D. Thompson re
ports a steady Increase in the amount
of merchandise handled at this plac3,
and says it requires on an average of
one carload a day to fill the demands
of the merchants, this being double the
amount a yar ago.
One of the most enjoyble social fea
tures of the season was the "Forty
two" party given Saturday night at
the hxme of Mr. and Mrs. R. G- Mur
phy In bono- of Mrs. Murphy's brother,
The Rev. H. P. Bond, of El Paso,
conducted services at the schoolhouse
Saturday night and Sunday, filling his
regular appointment for this month.
M. H. TVlls has gone to Fort Worth,
where he was called on business.
Bank & Trust C
W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F. M. Hurchison, Asst. Cash.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
J. 31. Goggin, Vice, Pres.
W. L. Tcoiey, Cash.
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Arizona Buyer Contracts for
Stock in Mexico !Naco
Naco, Ariz., Feb. 22. R. E. -Carr, a
cattle man well known in El Paso, came
up recently from Cananea, having re
turned from Sonora, where he bought
tho one, two and threcyearolds of Lee
and Quitman Hudspeth. Ho stated that
Frank. Mosen, president of Green Cattle
company, was negotiating for their
entire holding. Mr. Carr stated that he
i never saw cattle looking better than
those in Sonora. Mr. Carr was en
route to Herford, headquarters of
Green Cattlo company in Arizona.
The merchants of Naco report busi
ness as being good. The two pay cars
of the S. P. of Mexico and the E. P. &
S. TV. railroad, arrived recently and dis
bursed some American and Mexican
money. Quite a few transients have
assisted in relieving the stringency of
the money market.
Martin Harry Abrams is confined to
his home with an attack of grip.
Chas. Levin, ticket agent and treas
urer at the depot on the Sonora side of
the line for the Southern Pacific of
Mexico, has returned from Tombstone,
where he had been serving on the
United States grand jury.
John Towner, local manager for the
Blsbee-Naco "Water company, has been
busy the past week repairing bursted
water pipes, frozen during the last cold
Here Are Facte Backed Up
by a Strong Guarantee.
Catarrh causes debility. In our opin
ion, most people suffering from gen
eral debHity have catarrh. Such cases
of debility cannot be completely cured
bjr medicine not designed to eradi
cate catarrh. In every case where our
remedy fails to give entire satisfaction
we will not charge a cent for the medi
cine employed during the trial. Now,
surely no one should hesitate to be
lieve us or to put our -claim to a
practical test under such conditions.
TVe will take all the risk; no one else
can lose anything by the transaction.
"We make these statements and this
offer because we know and have time
and again proved that Rexall Mucu
Tone rarely fails to do as we claim. It
is not a cureall prescribed to cure every
disease that flesh is heir to. It Is in
tended for one purpose, i. e., to cure
catarrh by assailing the diseased con
dition in a reasonable, scientific way.
which Is to employ agents that have
been found to have the tonic and alter
ative power to correct faulty metabolism
(tissue change) and to stimulate and
help nature overcome the cause or
causes of catarrh. This being done,
appetite increases, nutrition improves,
weight is gained, comfort of body is
attained and life's work taken up with
the zest natural to the perfectly healthy
We want you to try Rexall Mucu
Tone. Follow directions and take it
regularly and consistently for a rea-
crnnhl lonjrVi nf timp fVfn ?f vnil nr(
! not satisfied, come back and tell us and
the money you paid for the treatment
will be returned without any argument
Rexall Mucu-Tone comes in two sizes.
50c. and 1.00 a bottle. Sold only at
our stores, The Rexall Stores. Peo
ple's Drug Store and Kelly & Pollard.
Mrs. Gilliland, of Slier City,
Was Left in Bad Shape as
a Eesuit of an Attack of
Siler City, N. C 4fl was In bad
shape," writes Mrs. Sarah J. Gilliland,
of this place, "after an attack of the
grip; was bothered with womanly
troubles, but since taking Cardui I am
much improved. It has done me more
good than the doctors and I feel it
saved my life, after all other methods
"I thank you for the good that Cardui
has done to me and hope every lady
who suffers will try it. I will recom
mend it to my friends."
Yon can rely on Cardui being of
benefit to you. Its ingredients are
mild herbs, having a gentle, tonic effect
on the female constitution. The special
herbs are grown abroad and imported
by us direct. They are not in the
Pharmacopeia, nor for sale at drug
gists, except as put up by us, so you
cannot get the effect of Cardui, except
by buying Cardui, the woman's tonic
No other medicine or tonic has ex
actly the same results as Cardui, no
other has the record of 50 years of
successful treatments of cases of fe
male weakness, debility and disease.
It is certainly worth trying.
Ask your druggist.
N. B. Write to : Ladies' Advisory
DepL, Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat
tanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions,
and 64-page book, "Home Treatment
for "Women," sent in plain wrapper, on
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fesiTiiiy I ira w 5ii a Sill
Texan Stops Train of Eail-
road Presidents E. P.
& S. W. to Ballast
the Track .
Pastura, X. M., Feb. 22. For un
mitigated nerve Jerry Wells, a 15 year
old boy from Wichita Falls, Texas,
takes the blue ribbon in the tramp
"When the Golden State Limited
pulled odt of Tucumcari the lad climbed
boldly onto the pilot, suit case in han-c,
carefully adjusted the suit case directly
in front of the engine number and sat
down on it- As the Golden State was
pulling into Hanley, 11 miles out of
Tucumcari a cow on the track just
ahead, caused the kid to shift his po
sition so that he attracted the atten
tion of the enginemen who promptly
slowed down and unloaded him.
President James Douglas's special was
following the Golden State just a fevv
minutes behind. The boy unceremoni
ously drove the bunch of cattle back
on the track when the special came in.
sight, hid himself in a culvert nearby
and when the special slowed down he
crawled on the pilot, again carefully
adjusted his suit case for a cushion, sat
quietly down and rode into Pastura, 69
miles, without change. The special
stopped at Pastura to take water, the
enginemen came around oiling up, and
"Wells was put-off. He quickly went
to the Pintada Trading Co.'s store, and
assuring the manager, Mr. Wolff, that
he was not a hobo, but only a youtn
shy on funds, he was given a job or
cutting wood for his dinner. About the
time he had surrounded himself with
a square meal a light extra headed
west arrived. He grabbed his suit
case and made for the water tank, re
marking as he went that that was his
train and that he had to be In Carri
zozo that night, as he had written to
his- sister that he would be there and
that she would be at the depot to meet
him. He crawled on the head end of
the light engine just as it was pulling
out. The crew saw him, slowed down
and put him off just west of the depot,
but as the train went out of sight
some section men saw him hanging to
the back end cf 'the?, tender, his suit
case dangling by one small -strap.
The E. P. & S. W. is going to put on
.a force of several hundred men be
tween Sarfta Rosa and Vaughn ballast
ing track right away. The ballasting
force was cut off during December in
order to reduce expenses before the
ending of the fiscal year, but it was
understood at the time thai the wonc
would be completed in the spring.
About 2S miles of track will be raised
and rock ballasted, and it will prob
ably require a foorce of 200 men two
or three months. The 'headquarters will
be at Aragon, three miles from Pas
tura. A. C. Ortega, bookkeeper for the Pin
tado Tradiing Co., was in Tucumcari
Dr. L. F. Ellett, government cattle
inspector, and Bill Davis, a prominent
rancher of Los Tanos. were here re
Senor Don Senobia Gonzales, of Pin
tada, was in town lately and received a
box of oranges which were grown by
his son in old Mexico.
Mrs. Frank Ujhelji. of Chicago, has
arrived and taken a claim at the Hun
garian colony near here.
Mrs. Peter David, of the Hungarian
colony, has secured a leave of ab
sence from governmental authority and
is going to visit her husband who is a
tailor in Lincoln, Neb.
CAIVADIAS AliE SEEKING
HOMES NEAR TULAROSA.
Tularosa, N. M., Feb. 22. Fred W.
Allen, Dr. H. Herrmann. Isaac Kline
and Mr. Kasputas. capitalists and lana
locators from Chicago, 111., have been
here a few days. They are interestd
in the big dam that is being put in.
Mr. Curonaty Is here from Canada
looking for location for 28 families
from that county. Mr. Chronaty will
return here in June.
W. Pitt, an old resident of Tularosa,
who left here two years ago for Cali
fornia, has returned to spend a few
days with friends.
Mrs. M. A. Wharton and daughter
Dorothy spent Saturday and Sunday in
Alamogordo, visiting her brother, Wal
Miss.Eloise Carroll was down fron.
Mescalero recently. '
James E. Anderson was a recent vis
itor to Alamogordo.
M. B. Rogers was down from the
Bent mine recently.
Too Much Water on
the Hair a Mistake
(From Toilettes of Today, Paris).
"If your hair is becoming dry and
brittle, breaking off and losing color,
follow the lead of the many who have
abandoned the use of soap and water
and taken up the new method of dry
shampooing," said Claribel Montague
in her lecture on "Beauty " at the
Theater Monet, Thursday. "It has
been proved beyond question that too
frequent wetting and the application
of alkaline substances to the hair is a
"Even those who formerly were de
voted to shampooing with eggs now
use therox and orris root, and they
unhesitatingly declare that this dry
shampoo makes the hair as bright
and fluffy as ever did eggs.
"To make the dry shampoo mix
four ounces of powdered orris root
wight four ounces of therox. Sprinkle
a tableshpoonful of the mixture on the
head and brush it well through the
hair. Do this once or twice a week
if the hair is thin and scanty and
you will soon notice a new growth of
hair. Nothing will make the hair so
beautifully fine and lustrous as this
Construction to. Start on
New Buildino: at Chi-
Chihuahua, Mexico, Feb. 22. Gover
nor Creel announces that he will have
work begun shortly after March 1 on
a 75,000 peso schoolhouse here, to be
called the "Porfirio Diaz" school in
honor of president Diaz, wno laid the
cornerstone for it when nere on October
It is to be a two story brtek struc
ture and will be equipped with the most
modern furniture, apparatus, etc. It
w.ill be completed by September 16, &.e
centenary of Mexican independence, when
it will be formally dedicated.
S. Pearson & Son, contractors for the
building of the great dam on the Con
chos river, 17 miles above Sta. Rosalia,
this state, has just made arrangements
with Ketelsen & Degetau, to put up a big
store at the dam site for supplying
2000 to 3000 men. The work on the great
dam is to be commenced in two months'
time, for Ketelsen & Degau are to have
the store ready In that time.
Herman Piess will be manager of the
The contractors have the grading of
the broad gage railroad from Sta. Ro
salia to the dam site nearly completed
and are having ties chemically treated
at the tie treating plant of the Mexico
Northwestern Railway company at La
Junta, Chihuahua, -or this road.
The Chihuahua Foreign club will give
a ball at its club house here tonight in
honor of its fourth anniversary.
This club has flourished from the very
start and has alwaj-s had its full pro
prietary membership of 200 with nearly
always a waiting list besides a goodly
associate membership. The club owns
its own club house.
The following are the officers: Don
ald B. Gillies, president; Schuyler Law
rence, vice president: E. S. Plumb, sec
retary, and C. T. Carson, treasurer. Ro
land Anderson Is manager, and W. W.
Mitchell, assistant manager.
j BUILDING SEWEBS
J FOR TUCUMCABI
Work Will Be Completed by
the First of April Tu
Tucumcari. N. M., Feb. 22. Supt.
Scott, who has charge of the construc
tion work of the sewer system, re
ports that the work will be completed
I by April 1.
AX present mere is sume ukwv uuinS
caused by the shortage of pipe, but
there are four carloads on the way, and
work will soon be resumed and a full
force of men put to work. Mr.
Scott is now concentrating his laboring
force on the 250 foot tunnel under the
railroad tracks and has more than half
of the work finished. By the time the
"pipe arrives the ditches will be ready
to receive them and the work of com
pleting the system will probably be
completed in three or four weeks.
The trustees of the Tucumcari lodge
of Elks have purchased 50 feet on
East Main street, one block east of th
Tucumcari hospital on which they will
soon erect a home. They have agreed
to form a corporation and will ask for
subscription from the members which
they think will amount to S5000 or S6000
with which sum and other money they
have promised them, they can build a
1 magnificent home on the site purchased.
! The church building committee of the
Christian church of this city has pur
chased four lots just east of the court
house, on which they will soon begin
the erection of a church. ' Already a
large sum has been pledged toward the
building and the pastor and members
of the congregation believe they will
be able to carry their plans to comple
tion within the next few months.
W. L. Taylor county surveyor, who
was taken ill while out on duty last
week, was brought here and placed in
the Tucumcari hospital. He is suffer
ing from an abscess of the appendix.
Dr. Robert S. Coulter left for Kan
sas City to attend the Alumni of the
Western Dental college. He will be
absent about two weeks.
Mrs. W. L. Kirkpatrick, of Cobra
Springs, N. M., who has been under
going treatment at the Tucumcari hos
pital, is greatly improved and will re
turn to her home shortly.
H. G. Johnspn and -viiss Mamie Shinn
came down from Logan and were mar
ried by probate judge Cutllp.
Eugene Jacobs, engineer for the E.
P. : S. W., who has been temporarily
located at .boott, has returned hero
and moved into the Simmons residence
on Third street.
BABE BURIED m
KITCHEN OF HOUSE
Monterey Mother Acknowl
edges Burying It In
Monterey, Mex., Feb. 22. An Infant
has been found burled in the kitchen of
the home of Petra Lopez del Castillo,
and the woman, who is now in the
city hospital, acknowledged having
buried it there. She claimed that it
was still born, but medical men deny
this. The police are searching for a
brother of the woman.
Harper Baylor Lee, the American
bullfighter, and Mazzantinito, fought
bulls beforo a big crowd in the Mon
terey bull ring. Sunday Mazzantinito
will go to Laredo Tamps., where he will
give an exhibition before the visitors
to the Red Men's celebration.
Many new improvements have been
put in on the streats of this city dur
ing the past few weeks and one of the
most noticeable and most important Is
the instalatlon of large arc lights on
the principal corners in the heart of
Large crowds are leaving for the Red
Nogales, Ariz., Feb. 22. The Arizona
equal suffrage campaign committee is
preparing to open a press bureau at its
headquarters in Prescott, and is other
wise making arrangements for a stirring
and vigorous campaign In Arizona.
A national organizer of -the Machinists'
union has been in Nogales several days
for the purpose of organizing the local
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Harrison en
tertained a number of young people re
cently. The guests were: Mrs. Lincoln,
Misses Dora Hannah, Ethel Doherty,
Bessie Fowler, Messrs. T. F. Thomp
son. L. C. Potts, D. A. White and H. F.
Bridge whist was the diversion of the
evening after which refreshments were
Dr. Gustetter, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Chaifant and Mrs. B. IX. Ashby went to
Tucson recently. They drove over in the
doctor's automobile and returning they
brought Bobby Gustetter, wno will re
main in Nogales.
L. Saeger, proprietor or tne Monte
zuma hotel, was a visitor to Nogales
recently from Tucson-
C. R. Ridgewaj', of Phoenix, has ac
cepted a position with the International
dru store here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Polk have gone to
W. A. Worley, builder and contractor,
has gone to Cullacan, Sinoloa, where he
secured some big building contracts
which will require several months to
complete. Later Mrs. Worley will join
Mr. Curtis, accompanies by Mrs. Cur
tis and little daughter, have gone to
his mining property near tlie station of
Paza on the Sonora Southern Pacific
railway, where they will remain for some
CARRJZOZO PEOPLE SERE
TO SEE THE AVIATOR.
Many Horaesceker?: From Chicago Vis
It Carrizoso Personal mention
and Csrrizozo Notes.
Carrizozo, N. M.. Feb. 22. Quite a
t number of people have gone from Car
rizozo to El Pasp to the aviation meet.
Isaac Kline. Rock Island Immigra
tion agent, has returned to Chicago af
ter having accompanied a number of
I homeseekers here from Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Collier are in El
Paso seeing the airship?.
The Garrizozo Card cluo will meet
this week at the home of Mrs. J. F.
L. R. Wade has returned from a trip
Father Girma. of LIncctn, and father
Mijohn. of Tularosa, are vistors here.
Sheriff Chas. Stephens is here from
C. D. Black, recently of AmariHo,
Tex., is working with Peoples Bros.
George Spence has returned, from a
trip to the Capitan mountains.
Mrs. Malcolm.- of White Oaks, had the
misfortune to fall and break her arm.
J. J. McCourt has returned to El Paso.
MONTEREY PEOIUE ARE
HERE TO SEE AVIATOR
Monterey, N. M.. Feb. 22. The wo- !
man's Home Missionary society Is go
ing to give an oyster supper at the W.
O. W. hail tonight.
Mr. Ricter and sons came In from
their ranch this morning. '
Mr. and Mrs. L O. Wetmore are in
El Paso for the aviation meeting.
W. H- Hunter is in from his ranch.
I. O. Wetmore has returned from Car
rizozo. Mr. and Mrs. Lumbley are in El Paso
to see Hamilton, the bird man.
Little James Briscoe is reported much
worse this morning.
B. W. Bayne. jr., and Andrew Wilson
jr.. are in El Paso today.
Miss Windows, who has been ilL is
able to be back at school.
L. E. Lumbley has commenced the
work of putting in a telephone line be
tween his ranches.
IV. G. ROE WITHDRAWS AS
CANDIDATE FOR TRUSTEE
Alamogordo. N. M., Feb. 22. W. G.
Roe. superintendent of the Alamogordo
& Sacramento railroad, who was re
cently nominated as a candidate for
town trustee has withdrawn from the
In his letter to judge Byron Sherry,
chairman of the citizen's mass meeting,
Mr. Roe states that at the time he was
nominated he was taken by surprise
and overlooked a rule of the company
that no employe shall accept political
office while in the service.
Wipe it off your otherwise
good looking face put on that
good health smile that CAS
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a result from the cure of
Constipation or a torpid liver.
il s so easy do it you'll see.
CASCARETS 10c a box for a west's
treatment, all drcjrjjists. Biggest seller
fa. the world. MiUloa boxes a month.
DRINK MILK DRINK
PLtNTY Of IT DRINK
There is more food value in one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there is in
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure Milk is pure mllk.x
It comes from inspected, contented cows,
and is treated by the most scientific
methods. Delivered to you 'in sterilized
El Paso Dairy Co.,
Phone: Rell S-l: lt 1150.
Office 323 N. Orccoa,
Clifton Man Inhales Plames
"While Saving Life of
Clifton, Ariz., Feb. 22. After rescu
ing a young woman school teacher
from a burning building at Guthrie, T.
C. Day is In the hospital, having lost
fho power of speech. It is believed that
Day inhaled the flames, while he was
carrying the girl from the structure,
which was entirely destroyed. Other
occupants had narrow escapes.
Jim Hernandez, a lad working for
the New England company, got into
one of the buckets of the aerial train,
and when the machinery stopped he was
left hanging 300 feet in the air, with
the weather severely cold. The works
are seven miles from town, and his
folks becoming uneasy went to look for
him. Passing under the cable they
heard him faintly yell. The engineer
and other employes were aroused and
the boy released nearly frozen to
"Ter." Neel, recent owner of the Clif
ton Transfer, has gone into' the cattle
business and is building a residence at
Coronado, on the A. & N. M., 14 miles
John R- Hampton has returned from
an extensive trip to the northern part
of the territory.
J. L. Daggett has purchased the
Richelieu from Walter Chesser.
Paul Bowen and Jim Casper are In
from Gold Belt spending a few days.
Dan Fraser, purchasing agent of the
Twin Peaks Mining and Milling com
pany. Is in town.
ient t Demonstrate the Hzzlts ef
Pyramid Pile Cnre.
What It Has Done for Others, It Can Do
We have testimonials by the hun
dreds showing all stages, kinds and de
grees of piles which have been cured
by Pyramid Pile Cure.
If you could read these unsolicited
letters you would no doubt go to the
nearest drug store and buy a box ot
Pyramid Pile Cure at once, price 50
We do not ask you to do this. Send
us your name and address and we will
send you a sample by mail free.
We know what the trial package
will do. In many cases It has cured
piles TFitAont further treatment. If it
proves its. value to you order more
from your druggist, at 50c a box. This
Is fair. Is It not? Slmplv fill out frew
coupon be)ow and mail today. No knife
and its torture. No doctor and his bills.
FREE PACKAGE COUPON
Fill cut the nlank lines below
vIth your name and address, cut out
coupon and mail to the PTRAMID
DRUG COMPANY, 241 Pyramid
Bldg.. Marshall. Mich. A sample
of the great Pyramid Pile Cure
will then be sent yo'a at once by
oiail FREE in plain wrapper.
City and State
BAGGAGE & TRANSFER
PEONT. BELL 1 AUTO 1001
Will be up right away.
Careful men- Reasonable prices.
116 SAN FEAffCISCO ST.
ODOM TRANSFER CO,
3AGGAGE AND MOVING
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
Bell Phone 1054 Auto Phone 1956
109 MAIN ST.
AS&AYEHS dr- CHEMISTS
indepsndent Assay Office
D. "W. Recxeakt. EAL, Froprtcr.
Agent fcr Ore Shippers Assays and
Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon. Bullion Worlt a
Specialty. P. 0. Box 83
, Office and Laboratorjt
Ccr. Saa Frsadsce cc Chfceakra Ste.
SI PASC. TEXAS.
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT it FERGUSON,
S-ccessors to Hushes & Crltchett
JLwayers. Chemlsti. MstallurUU;.
A cents tor Or Shippers.
C22 San Francisco St. Phona 334.
Dr. G. E. CAMERON
Full Set Teeth (best teeth).... $10.00
Reliable dentistry at reasonable
Office over Guarantee Shoe Store