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BE. SCEUSTER TO
BUILD NEW HOME
Upson Avenue Eesidence, of
Spanish Design, to
Spanish in general style, Tvith -white
walls and red tile roof, is the residence
vrhlch is being: planned by Trost & Trost
for Dr. and ilrs. M. P. Schuster to be
built on the corner of Upson avenue and
Santa Fe street, opposite the Providpnce
hospital and the site for the new Scot
tish Rite cathedral.
The house, -which will be occupied by
Dr. and Mrs. Schuster as a residence
will have 10 rooms, with Tvide porches in
keeping with the general Spanish style.
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all tltrive hdoh tkia f eei
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practical, jwKdtry raisers. Cocae &
Had afe Us & sample of it.
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RENO 'AND HAZEPi, NEVADA
On Sale March 1st to April 15th.
NUMEROUS STOP-OVERS ALLOWED.
Three Daily Trains on which tickets are honored.
CITY TICKET OFFICE ST. REGIS HOTEL.
w. c. Mccormick:, p. a.; j, e. monroe, c. t. a.
The estimated cost of the building- is
Frankfort street, between Division
and Courchesne streets. Altura Parx
Altura Realty Co. to Hall "Wllmans ana 1
wife, lots 21 and 22, block 42, Altura
Park addition; consideration $2417.40.
Feb. 16, 1910.
3Torenci street, between Copia and
.Alfca. setirti. "Rust "R1 Pasn .Tames M. I
Kelly to Joe Alvarez, lots 21 and 2:,
block 137, East El Paso addition; con
sideration $500. Feb. 14, 1310.
Tularosa street, between French ave
nue and Jefferson street, French addi
tion Benancia L.eahy to J. N. GrubD,
lots 12 and 13, block 24, French addi
tion; consideration $300. Jan. 17, 1910.
Trowbridge street, between Bowie
and Crockett streets, Government Hill
C- E. Vaughan and wife to Andrew
Story, lots 22, 23 and 24, block 51, Gov
ernment Hill addition; .consideration
$600. 'Oct. 23. 1909.
Southwest corner "White Oaks and
Copia streets. East El Paso J. S. Boggs
to Mrs. James Hibbert, lot 17 and east
one-half lot IS, block 71, East Ei Paso
a-aditlon; consideration $350. Feb. 13,
South Virginia street, between First
Second streets. Campbell addition-
R. Alrcnnrior anrt J. W. Gihhs to I
Mrs Effie Clements and Mrs Frances
L Farris, lots 16 and 17, block 144,
Campbell addition; consideration $6050.
Jan. 23, 1909.
Prospect avenue and Hague street,
Alexander addition 31. M. Kerbey to
J. G. Brown, fractional block 15, Alex
ander addition; consideration $360.
Feb. 10, 1910.
Chicago, Campbell, Boston and Kan
sas streets, Alexander addition. M. M.
Kerbey to Frank Wells Brown, block
206, Alexander addition; consideration
$600. Jan. 26, 1910.
Southwest corner Prospect avenuo
and iliramon street, Sunset Heights
El Paso Commercial Co. to L. O. How
ell and wife, west 40 feet lots 7, 8, 9
and 40, north 11 feet of west 40 feet
of lot 6, block 26, Sunset Heights
addition; consideration $1750. Feb. 19,
Upson avenue, between Bryan street
Relieves Diutreas in Five 3Ilnutes.
Let Mrs. Griffith tell you about Mi-o-na,
the greatest prescription for stomach
troubles ever written:
For years I have doctored for acute
gastritis, but only received slight bene
fit, and had to be careful what I ate.
But, thanks to Mi-o-na stomach tablets.
I can now eat anything. Last Christmas,
after partaking of a hearty turkey din
ner, I was seized with an attack of acute
indigestion, and the doctor worked over
me for hours before I got relief. He paid
me eight visits before I could say I was
well enough to sit up. But since then I
have taken Mi-o-na tablets, and I have
not been troubled since. Before using
Mi-o-na I had attack's auout every
month." Mrs. Ida Griffith, 1213 C St.,
Washington. D. C, July 5, 1903.
Mi-o-na stomach tablets are sold by
druggists everywhere and az Kelly &
Pollard's for 50 cents a large box. They
are guaranteed to cure indigestion, sour
stomach, belching gas, dizziness, bili
ousness ,heavlne3s, or any stomach ail
ment. i Mail orders filled, all charges prepaid,
J by Booth's Mi-o-na, Buffalo, N. Y.
Try Booth's Pills for constipation a
1 joyful surprise 25c.
Q1ZE "WAY SECOND CLASS
COLONIST FAEES TO
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EL PASO HERALD .
IullD hut i LnfiltU u! utll LUil tH lLluIIuii ytUuLD
and Lawton avenue. Sunset Heights
jx jrctsu iu-inmerciai uo. to ju. u. itw
ell and wife, lots 23 and 24, block 27,
Sunset Heights addition; consideration
$2100. Feb. 19, 1910. "
Tobin's Second addition J. M. Power
and wife to Guaranty Trust and Bank
ing Co., lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 1, To
bin's Second addition; consideration
1742.14. Feb. 1, 1910.
Tobin, Tex. Frank R. Tobin to X,ua
Magil, lots 14, 15 and 16, block 195, To
bin, Tex.; consideration $45. Feb. 14.
Licensed to Wed.
George Bryan Monroe and
SOHXJTZ SITE I&
IsTew Structure to Be Con
crete With Plate Glass
For $32,800 X,ee & Woodyard havu
contracted to build the reinforced con
crete building for Mrs. Samuel Schutz,
on the Schutz site on San Francisco
from which the walls of the old white
building are now being torn down. The
contract calls Jr reinforced concrete
throughout, with a basement and" all
first floor construction sufficiently sub
stantial to permit three more stories to
be added to the two story structure
which Is to be built on the corner of
San Francisco and El Paso streets.
The entire front of the building, both
on El Paso and San Francisco street is
to be plate glass, the plans specifying
200 running feet of plate glass.
TBABES RANGE. FOR
Mathews & Dyer Secure 100
Acre Eaneli jtfear Belen,
A "swap" as the back east realty
men call a trade was made this weeK
when Fred Schiffner exchanged his 100
acre ranch near Belen. Tex., for a
h'ouse and a part of the block facing
on Montana street and bounded by Lee, !
Newman and Rio Grande streets. The
value of the city property was given I
at ?i000, while the ranch, 65 acres of
which Is in alfalfa, was valued at
The deal was made through Mathews
& Dyer, this firm taking over the lower
valley ranch in exchange for the im
proved city property.
WORK STARTS OK
Xing TVorley Gets Contract
to Build Edifice for
Two churches being built at the same
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it is Trilf Nntnrriflv iftmnrm 4-V.n lillo
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the First Church of Christ (Scientist)
which is to be built on the corner of
Montana and Kansas streets. The con
tract was let to Jving "U'orley, who will
begin work at once excavating for the
foundation. The dwelling nouse which
was on the site of the new Montana
street church has been removed.
The church being butlt at this time I
is tne Highland Park Baptist-
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EL PASOAN PLANS
J OSilUa KavnOldS tn H a VP. a.
Swiss Chalet Near Moun
A little Swiss chalet, stuck up on
the picturesque side of the Sacramento
mountains near Mountain Park, Is what
Joshua Raynolds, president of the First
National bank, is planning as a sum
Mr. Raynolds has purchased a tract
of land near the Cadwallader orchard
at Mountain Park and, will have work j
started before the end of the month on
the summer house up in the mountains.
MANY NEW INDUSTRIES
FOR THE STATE
Tradesman Gives a List of the New Con
cerns Established In the State In
Last Few Day.
Chattanooga. Tenn., Feb. 22. The fol
lowing list authorized by The Trades
man shows the more important new In
dustries established in Texas during
the past week:
Kennedy Ice factory.
Lufkln $8000 wagon company.
Markham J50.000 oil company
Houston Heights $25,000 ice plant.
West $12,000 medicine companv
Mexia $60,000 ice plant.
Saratoga $10,000 oil company.
El Paso $50,000 lumber company
Abilene $40,000 cracker and candy
factory; $10,000 stove company.
Sipe Springs Bank
Amarillo $20,000 furniture company.
Paris $10,000 furniture company.
.,?Ston"?10'00() tayrab cSmpany.
$10000 plumbing and electric company.
Gatesville Ice plant.
Marble Falls Cotton mill.
FloresvIlIe-$G000 telephone company.
Eagle Lake $40,000 state bank.
Paint Rock-$25,000 state bank.
s-nn .rth-IBSOO land company;
$x0,o00 land company.
Trumbull $10,000 bank
Victoria $200,000 bank
PROVES ECZE&U GORE
For several years we have announced
with oar recommendation, that we had
round a positive cure for eczema; a sim
ple skin wash, oil of wintercrpan ,,
.pounded with other healing ingredients.
. -L'L. ye Know there are people right
in this town who have eczema, and still
have never tried this remedy.
"We have, therefore, arranged with the
-0' D. Laboratories of Chicago for a
special offer of a trial bottle at 25
cents instead of the $1.00 bottle as
regularly sold. Be sure of the correct
name: D. D. D. Prescription.
We offer this trial bottle with our
recommendation and assurance -that just
p-s soon as the patient wasnes his itch
ing skin, this mild liquid will take the
itch away instantly.
Kelly & Pollardj.
Slldergarteil ClaSS at SUH-
set School Set Out a Big
Tree While the Other Pu
Exercises were held all over the city
in the public schools yesterday In honor
of the birthday anniversary of George
Washington and the annual Texas ar
bor day, both of which are today. Al
most every school in the city had soma
sort of exercise and in many of the
schools trees were set out.
The annual Arbor day celebration at
the Sunset school was more interest
ing than usual this year. Ever since
this school was organized it has been
the custom to have appropriate out
door exercises, participated in by Lie
entire school, and the planting of a
tree by the grade preparing to leavn
This year the babies of theschool,
the kindergartners, wearing their co
lonial hats, flvincr t"hp red. whitp nnrl
worked industriously planting an elm
tree, while the older pupils, drawn up
In the form of a hollow square around
the trees, sang Arbor day songs.
On account of lack of room a whole
grade, mans of whom had spent their
entire school life In this bull-ding, had
been transferred dn January to the
Vilas school. These, through the kind
ness of their principal, Mrs. Patterson,
were allowed to return and plant a
Then the seniors, the eighth grade,
each took a hand in planting the tree
that will stand and grow as a me
mento of tiheir last school year In
Four of these pupils, Manuel
Schwartz, Eleanor Wright, Olivine
Courchesne and Marguerite Goering, be
gan their school life the day the doors
of this building first opened.
At Mesa School.
Following exercises took place in the
low second grade of the Mesa school:
.1. Song. "America" Second grade
2. Recitation Roy Scotten
3. Rvcitation Alice Logan
4. Song, "There are Many Flags"
5. Recitation -...Blanche Long
6. Recitation Barney Levlson
7. Song. "Washington a Soldier
True" Second" grade
S. Recitation Katherlne Reckman
9. Recitation Alva Swinney
10. Song, "A Little Man". .Second-grade
11. Recitation Theodore" Dudley
12. Song, "A Washington Song1'...
13. Recitation Bes3ie Safford
14. Recitation Richard Kilpatrick
15. Song, "The First in Peace"
16. Retitation Lucile Carpenter
17. Song. "Ding Dong" By grade
IS. Recitation Helen Sehoonmaker
ID. Song, "Arching" By grade
Following program was rendered bj
the high second grade at Mesa school:
Song, Forgetmenot. .High second grade
Song, Wake Says the Sunshine
. . .
High second grade j
Song, Sleep Baby Sleep
Azileen Morris. Marjorle Pew,
Mary Cornwall, Catherine
O'Neill, Gladys Duncan, Helen
Nail, Belle Rodgers, Ruth
Recitation Edward "Short
Recitation Aline Wfoodard
Virginia Rumsey, Bernice Iv-
i erson and Lucile Ayres.
isong : cias
Grace Stevenson, Henry Corn-
Song K... Nine boys
Recitation Henry "Welland
Exercises of lew first at Mesa school
were as follows:
1. Memory gem, February Grade
2: Song, On This Happy Birthday
3. Recitation, "The Curly Headed
Boy" Christine Tubbs
4. Motion song, "'Stars and Stripes'..
Louise McMillan, Muriel Wel
ker, Helen Kitt, Herbert Hers
' kowitz, Tom Johnson, Elbert
Ebernathy. Alfred Uhlig.
5. Song, "Washington the Soldier
6. Song "Dairy Maids" Grade
7. Song, "The Eskimo" Grade
8. Recitation. "America, The Best
of All" Ivan Scotten
9.' Exercise with flags
The colors: Georgia Stafford,
Elizabeth Spence, Molette
Sawyers, Elbert Ebernathy,
Ivan Scotten, Alfred Uhlig.
10. Recitation, "Great Men Com
pared" Elizabeth Spence
11. Exercise, "How the World Re
John McGee, Tom Johnson
and Alfred Uhlig.
12. Flag exercise j Grade
13. Recitation, "A Washington
Birthday Wish".. Muriel Welker
14. Motion song, "Birdie's Ball"
Minnie Silverman, Muriel Wel
ker, Helen Kitt, Nellie Camp
bell. 15. Song, "Little George Washing-
17. "America" r. Class
FEDERAL BUILDING NOTES.
W. H. Bunn, assistant superintendent
of the railway mail service, with head
quarters at Atlanta, Gn., has arrived
here and will make El Paso his head
quarters during the time the mail Is
being weighed on the railroads.
Owing to the Increase in mail and
the additional work of weighing the
railway mall service has authorized the
employment of an addition crew on the
Golden State limited runs out of El
Paso. This makes five crews on this
Frank Kennedy, mail clerk, has
transferred from the Tucumcari-El
Paso run to the Amarillo-Pecos run.
TO MEET FRIDAY
The first of the monthly general
membership meetings of the chamber
ofjeommerce will be held at S oclock
Friday night. The monthly meeting
system for all members of the body
will be in vogue from now on.
Every man whose time is money, wl!l
find best suited to his particu'ar needs
a policy of Insurance against disability
or disease isbued by the Continental
Casualty company, Chicago.
L. E. Gillett, District Mnnngcr,
207 St Louis Street.
Commissioners Appoint Men j
to Serve in the Novem-
Judges who will preside at the elec
tion November 8 were selected by the
commissioners this morning for the 27
precincts in the county.
This year the first Tuesday in No
vember is the first day of the month,
but election day being always the first
Tuesday after the first Monday, it will
occur on November 8. ""
Judges for the primaries are selected
by the county chairmen of the Demo
cratic and Republican parties and in
the November election there is a Re
publican on each board of judges pre
siding. Following is a list of those Who will
preside In November:
Precinct No. 1. W. C. Bulger, pre
siding Judge, J. P. Hague, J. N. Phil
ips. L. H. Davis.
Precinct No. 2 T. J. Holland, presid
ing judge; J. A. Brock,, Jesus Blanco,
P. L. Buquor.
Precinct No. 3 Frank Del Buono,
presiding judge: J. T. Sullivan, Sivero
Gonzalez, Thomas Kerr.
Precinct No. 4 W. H. Austin, presid
ing Judge; M. Menes. C. C. Kelfer, E. A.
Precinct No. 5 A. J. Blair, presiding
judge; Ben Teneyuque, J. C. Coleman,
R, F. Ralgosa.
Precinct No. 6 Joe Dunne, presiding
Judge; D. E. McDuffie, J. T. Roe, M. R.
Precinct .No. 7 C. M. Newman, pre
siding judge; L. B. Pollock, Chas. C.
Montford, H. A. Alberthal.
PrecinccNo. 8 W C. Davis, presiding
Judge; A. J. Lightfoot, Chas. Le Baron,
J. H. McBroom.
Precinct No. 9 Lamar Davis, presid
ing Judge; J. C. Peyton, J. T. Grant,
E. H. Tale.
Precinct No. 10 Wm. H. Leetard,
presiding judge; J. M. Langford, J. D.
Sanborn, A. Molina.
Precinct No. 11 P. R. Price, presid
ing judge; H. Y. Ellis. Lee Brldgers,
E. W. Earle.
Precinct No. 12 W. H. Scott, presid
ing Judge; Fred Weckerle, C. V. Nare,
C. A. Kinkel.
Precinct No. 13 U. S. Devore, presid
ing judge; C. J. Whitehead, A. J. Helt
gen, A. N. Manker.
Precinct No. 14, Ysleta A. Alderete,
presiding judge; M. R. Graves, Ike
Loewenstein, J. M. Duran.
Precinct No. 15. Socorro Mariano
Sierra, presiding judge; Cecillo Cadena,
Martin Treasquez, S. Duran. .
Precinct No. IS, San EHzario G. N.
Garcia presiding judg.e; Jesus Montes,
Jesus Cobos, M. Aranda.
Preclnct No. 17, Clint H. B. Elliott,
I presiding judge; Joe Silva.
precinct io. is. (juaarma 2. a.
4Webb, presiding judge; fe. Perez.
Precinct No. 19, The Island Pedro
Garcia, presiding judge; S. Sierra.
Precinct No. 20, Ft. Hancock George
Ross, nresidlrtc: iudsrer H. H. Brisrtrs.
Precinct No. 21. Sierra Blanca
Charles Brown, presiding judge; TV. H.
Precinct No. 22, Crowflat C. M. Ham
ilton, presiding judge: T. B. St. John.
Precinct No. 23, Van Horn G. H.
Cox, presiding judge; L. S. Cummings,
W. A. Hague. D. B. Jackson.
Precinct No. 24, Plateau T. A. Kin
deed, presiding judge; S. S. Jones.
Precinct No. 25, Kent Fred Irby, pre
siding judge; F. A. Miller.
Precinct No. 26, Towne M. C. Lan
tana, presiding judge, J. S. Capron.
Precinct No. 27. White Spur A. T.
Gillett, presiding judge, J. E. "Morse.
STANDS OUT HEAD
j Performs a Feat in Douglas
and Gives Icy Answer
Douglas. Ariz., Feb. 22. The yearn
ing to visit -foreign lands almost robbed
"The Gingerbread Man" of his prln-
cess while the company was whilins
away the hours before the rising of
the curtain. Miss Inez Girard, who is
that regal combination of princess and
prima donna, in the bakers musical
comedy, on arriving in Douglas, looked j
with longing eyes upon the yellow '
adobe Mexican village of Agua Priets, j
which takes up squatter's rights on
mother earth where Douglas's taxable J
"Why, I've always wanted to be able '
to say that I had vis'ted in a foreign
land, "cooed Miss Inez. "I didn't gei '
to go to Mexico when I was in El, Paso. t
111 hop on a buggy, and drive right past j
the nionumen-ts, and when I get to tfie i
line Til do the split.' and ever there- '
after boast that I have stood on two ,
countries at the same time." x j
So the fair Inez made her wlsn
known at a livery stable, and a suspi;
clous looking cayuse was trotted out
to the harness.
"He has a bad eye." demurly sug
gested the prima donna. But she got
In the rig. The nag then went back
30 years to the call of the wild.
Miss Inez had a feeling ae if the
pony ballet had suddenly and mysterl
?uslj' hooked up with the scenry and
gone up into the flies; then she knew
she had performed an acrobatic turn
In any case
J or btomach.
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trouble, be on
the safe side
and take noth
ing but the Bit
ters. It is for
J0 S. Suiion Company
Bell Phone 680 328 Texas St.
The Omly Exclusive
ENGRAVING AND EMBOSSING
CONCERN IN THE SOUTHWEST
So popular have
become but that few kitchens are found where
! .they are not used.
Urges Humanity and Care
Toward the Horse Also
Urges Unity of Action.
The local association of Master Horse
shoers was addressed last night by
W. J. Kelley, ex-vice president of the j
National Protective Horseshoers' asso
ciation. The meeting was well at- I
tended by local employing horseshoers
and quite a number of pourneymen
workmen. j to lose jg seif respect; whiBky Is
Mr. Kelly spoke at length on the con- j one of them. any men do things
ditions of the country. He said: "The whiIe under the influence of whisky
union horseshoers should and must or- j that lose them the respect of others,
ganize for the betterment of conditions and lf followed up will lose them the
financially and socially, rendering good j respect of themselves."
service, treating every one f with the Several short talks were given by cho
care and consideration they would ex- I members of the local, among them. Mr.
pect. Study the business, putting them- Sanchez, president of the local Mas
selves in touch with the human side j ter Blacksmiths.
of their work. The horse, on which P j Dcmaly made a talk on the con-
they work and make their daily sus-
tenance is one or the best friends or
man and neglecting to do a job right,
and causing unnecessary pain, is as
much a sin as if inflicted on a human
being," he declared.
Kindness to Hors.cs.
"The man who willfully nails a shoe . union, closed the evening with a few
on a horse that will cause pain has i words.
perpetrated an injury that can not be f "
righted." said he. "The suffering of a j THE MONEY VALUE
horse can not be measured by our- j of one's time deserves as certain pro
selves. They have not the mind to, tection as can fie devised. This most
think, and can not take advantage of necessary protection is secured with
the things for relief that a human can. j certainty through the accident and
"In the day long ago, the black- j health policies issued by the Contlnen
smith horseshoer was looked upon as a j tal Casualtv Company, Chicago,
man of some consequence. With his i,. e. Gillett, Dbrtrict Manager,
shop located at the crossing of some 29? St. Louis Street.
never attempted in feer nights of chor-
istry; then she saw stars far greater,
far brighter than her fondest hopes
and dreams and the curtain went
aown on tne nrst act.
The free show had been rehearsed
directly in front of an undertaking
parlor. When Miss Inez sat up, she
read the sign on the shop, felt her
orazy bone and began to pout. Also
she scratched her head, where a great
coronet braid had been smothered down
into a woolly disc much resembling a
"Does your head hurt?" asked the
A Health-Guarantee to be Found in No Other Water,
1 The ONLY Water put up in STERILIZED
2 The ONLY Water Domestic or Foreign
which is NEVER put in a bottle that
has been used before,
"The World's Best Table Water'1
JACKSON GROCERY CO.
Pins Ridge Sanitarium &r '
rrrk -4-i' i. i v-v - :mujinnr tfuvtURnt
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WTWnUWr M ?Ssfi p2 in Fultca ecu:
uliESr?E2C rffffi every case treated sccorfinj
XXsgS3ti0bs Rates reasonable. Medical report
viKB August 10, 1909, shows a complete recovers
I M Slav Trai m every
I w Ey?&aj a b hM BODY
dnSH.KPS9vanw? headaches and other nervonsail
aii a zacn.-z' b?d "J0?0- cold feet. v.hca$l.co treatment will cure van
All druOTsts sn A LEGAL, 31WD1NG CCY3ACT ri cart! sa1 aiL to
rciunatnfcnaoneyatthecnu of a thirty day trial if feTnof saSfacWofaU
Are metal insoles, zinc andjcoppcr.Jb
the same as a galvanic battery. The
zinc is worn in one shoe, the copper
in the other. The Berves themselves
are the connecting wires between the
posith e and negative, and every nerve
of the body is fed a mild and soothinc
current of electricity the entire day,
which positively cures
roads, the people far and near came to
him with their horse trouble. He was
supposed to know what was the mat
ter with the horse, and what to do for
him. If the cow got sick, It was the
blacksmith that was sent for. or con
sulted. Everybody knew the black
smith, and everybody went to the black
smith with and for their news.
"Should a horse, cow or dog get
lost, the loser would go to the black
smith; he would place a notice on his
door and everybody in the.neighborhood
would know it in a day or so.
Vcterinaries aad Horseshoers.
"In the organization of the horse
shoers and blacksmiths, is working a
step farther toward bringing back the
good days. The veterinary of today is
the man who commands the good sal
ary but doesn't know as much about
the care of a horse's foot as the horse
shoer he hasn't the practice. He will
stand aside and tell the horseshoer to
do this and that, but he could not do
it himself. He draws the big salary
and you blacksmiths do the work.
"Above all things, keep your self re-
sper. There are some abuses a man
,mnns an himsftlf that -will cause
ditions of work here, and advocated
j shorter hours. He said he believed
I in spending more time with the family.
! H. M. Walker, financial secretary of
j the Central Labor Union, made a short
j talk on unity of action and education.
i jrresiaent Aiurpny oi tne siacKsmitns
"No, but it feels awfully flat."
j "The flathead, I believe, is a kind
, of fish, isn't It?" pursued the man of
"Yes, but I don't think it's the kind
of fry that a sucker might devour." A
chill gust blew up G avenue.
"I guess my coif saved- me that time,"
mused the girl..
.The cayuse went back to tht RfaViTa
I of his jjwn accord; the girl went back:
I to the hotel. Th'e undertaker went in
j to 1-eok over a new catalog-.
EL PASO, TEXAS
er tie Treatseai of
Modem in every re
spect and thoroughly
equipped, to handle
the most severe
cases. Located in
the famous Pine
Rideo section of Georgia,
very top of the hichest point
r, just 4 railes Ircsi Atlanta.
In all directions. Each and
to its own individual needs.
r cases from July 10, 15CS to
fS2 6-7 per cent. Write for
PINE RIDGE SANITARIUM. Ailasfa. Ga.
Dr. Cfeo. Brovni. Pres. Dr. J. 3X. Cra-srfdrd, T.-Ptcs. Dr. L. C Eocglln. Ses.
Are mailable. If your druggist can
not furnish them, send us 31.00 and
tve "will see that you arc supplied.
Money positively refunded if they fail
to cure. In ordering, state whether
for lady or gentleman.
WESTERS ELECTRODE GO.
Ls Angeles, CaXferala