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L PASO HERALD
Fridav. February 25. 1910.
Details For Constructing Candle Shades
Any one who can do fancy work will
find this pretty candle shade, with its
Inlet motifs of transparent embroidery,
by no means diffipult to make, and it
will repay any trouble that may be ex
pended upon it
The materials required for each shade
are eight pieces of Bristol board cut to
the shape of diagram No. 1 and two
pieces of shape of diagram No. 2, with
about a quarter of a yard of white or
pale colored chiffon and two yards of j
satin bebe ribbon. The correct measure- J
ment of each side piece is six inches at
the bottom, three inches across the top i
t i zT " """"" """ . , j
and part of lot 17. block 21, Mills map;
csrimated cost 36,000.
i To Mr. and Mrs. Hermion Hernandez,
1111 South Santa Fe street, girl. Feb.
J 22, 1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. Geronimo Ramirez,
Stevens street. Concordia, boy. Feb.
To Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Reyes, 916
7th street, boy. Feb. 20. 1910.
Licensed to "Wed.
J. Henry Witholder and Miss Ora
L.. J, Troth and Miss Mabel Woodward.
ACSOBAT BUYS A
HOME m CITY
ter of each flower place a small sap-
J phire "blue, ruby or amethyst "jewel,"
ew similar tiny jewels of oval shape.
The"e stone ; can bn bought cheaply
in ail art needlework shops. An alter-
and four Inches in depth. The top piece j
measures three inches square, but space !
only permits of showing the diagrams native way of working the design
on a reduced scale, to indicate the meth- i would be to have the little flowers car
od of cutting. J ried out in ombre ribbons, about half
Cover the shaped cards for the sides j an inch wide, gathered lightly on to
of the shade with the chiffon; those in- i the chiffon and finished with lev.-els in
tended to form the outside should have j the way already described, says The
i yueen. nen tne uttie wreatns nave
Sew each pair of outer and inner
cards neatly together. Cover the two
top pieces with chiffon, cutting away
the circle In the center and turning in
the edges deftly.
Seam the two pieces closely together
the transparent material embroidered
with the little wreath shown in the
Illustration No. Z. To work the little
circles, first trace the pattern carefully
on the chiffon, and then stretch the
material In a frame for embroidering,
using three shades of blue, rose or hel
iotrope floss or filo-floss silk, and car
rying out the flowers and border in
evenly worked satin stitch. In the cen-
been worked, press them, if embroider
ed, lightly 'on the wrong side and then
stretch the chiffon over the card shape,
taking great care that the little wreath
is set to correspond with the cut-out
circle in the card. The light of the
candle will thus show through the em
broidered transparency, giving a pretty
and then seam on to the four sides,
which should previously have been fas
tened together by little ribbon bows,,
as shown In the illustration. The
shades will be just the right size to
slip on to the ordinary brass supports.
It would not be a bad idea to cover
the inside cards with colored chiffon
and the outside ones with white, but
in that .case the embroidery would have
to be done in contrasting color or In
white. .Of course, if colored chiffon, is
used for tfie outside of the shades She
cardboard must be of the same color,
or the effect will be spoiled. The shade
is finished at the bottom with a fringe
of beads, which should be of the same
tint as the jewels introduced in the
Edward Condona Is the Pur
chaser of a Home Here
It is the ambition of every auctioneer
to sell a circus. An ElPaso real estate
firm has closed a deal which in a small
way is the equal of the auetioneey's
The Lone -Star Land company has
sold the house and 95 front feet of city
property on North Campbell street, to
Edward Codona, consideration $9000.
But what has that to do with- a cir
cus? Just this. Codona is one of the
greatest acrobats In the world. He and
h's family draw a pay envelope from
the Barnum & Bailey circus ' which
would stagger a man-on-a-salary in
dividual. Wishing for a place where he
could rehearse his new acts and train
for the long, strenuous summer sea
son, Codona has purchased the Camp
bell street property and in company
with his happy family of aerial acro
bats will make El Paso their home
when they, are not traveling from place
to place with the big tented show.
A building will be built on the prop
erty and a fully equipped gymnasium
and aerial apparatus will be installed
for the winter series of training. The
property was owned by Frank "Wells
Brown and is in the loOO block on
R. C. Walshe has also bought a five
room cottage on 'Circle avenue from
the Lone Star Land company, consider
New York Medical Authori
ties Claim -Dyspepsia to be
a Pre-Disposing Cause
, The post mortem statistics of the
big New York hospitals show that
some cases of consumption are due at
least indirectlj. to unchecked dyspep
sia, especially when the victim was pre
disposed to tuberculosis.
Dyspepsia wears out the body and
brain. The weakened, irritable stomach
being unable to digest food the body
does not receive the required nourish
ment, and the victim becomes thin.
weak and haggard. As a result, the
body becomes a fertile field in which
the germs of disease may lodge and
Therefore, the person who permits
dyspepsia to progress unhindered is
guilty of contributing toward the de
velopment of one of the most insidious
and fatal diseases known to mankind.
Dyspepsia may be completely eradi
cated If? properly treated. We sell a
remedy that we posltivelv guarantee
will completely relieve indigestion or
dyspepsia, or the medicine used during
the trial will cost the user nothing.
This remedy has been named Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablet. Certainly no of
fer could be more fair, and our offer
should be proof positive that Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets are a dependable
Inasmuch as the medicine will cost
you nothing if it does not benefit you,
we urge you who are suffering with in
digestion or dyspepsia to try Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets. A 25-cent box con
tains enough medicine for fifteen days
treatment. For chronic caes we have
two larger sizes. 50 cents and $1.00. Re
member you can obtain Rexall Reme
dies In EI Paso only at our stores.
The Rexall Stores. People's Drug Store
and Kelly & Pollard.
J1WES II DICK COMMIT III
HE ON SIN FilC
1 HIWE NEW
San Francisco street is growing with
ihe remainder of the city. The James
A. Dick company is figuring with the
El Paso & Southwestern company re
garding a new home for the Dick com
pany opposite the chamber of commerce
on San Francisco street. The new
wholesale house, while it will not have
a frontage on the unionNstaiion street,
will have an entrance .from this street.
and will be a valuable addition to the
new wholesale district.
The lease on the present location of
the Dick company expires on Nov. 1,
and. as it will be necessary for the com-
rpany to secure more commodious quar
ters, a building to house the different
departments will be built before that
time. Nothing definite has vet bepn
decided, however, according to Mr. Dick.
oi iLion si Li.
Lamar Davis Is Electing a
Handsome New Home
' in This Finish.
Rheumatism is in reality an internal inflammation; a diseased condi
tion of the blood cells -which, supply the nourishment and strength necessary
to sustain our bodies. The disease is caused by an excess of uric acid in
the blood, which comes from indigestion, weak kidneys, constipation, and
other irregularities of the system. This uric acid produces an inflamed
and acrid condition of the blood, and the circulation, instead of nourishing
the different portions of the body, continually deposits into the muscles,
nerves, joints and bones, the irritating and pain-producing acid with which,
it is filled. Then follow the painful and torturing symptoms of Rheumatism.
"We do not claim for S. S. S. thatrit is anything more than a first class blood
purifier, and that is just what is needed to cure Rheumatism. S. S. S. goes
into the circulation, and by neutralizing the uric acid and driving it from
the blood, effectually and Burely removes the cause of Rheumatism. S.S.S.
strengthens and invigorates the blood so that instead of a weak, sour
stream, causing pain and agony throughout the svstem, it becomes, an
invigorating, .nourishing fluid, furnishing health and vigor to every portion
of the body, and permanently relieving the suffering caused by Rheumatism.
S.S.S. is purely vegetable and will not injure the most delicate system.
Book on Rheumatism and any medical advice free to all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
Pebble dash is becoming Quite stylish
in El Paso. In Arizona and New Mexico
this artistic finish for mission houses
j Is being used extensively, but as yet
J only a few El Paso home builders have
adopted the rough finish for the ex
terior walls. Lamar Davis is- complet
ing his new residence on the corner of
1 Olive and North Virginia, which has an
W. Reekhart to Start
York Soon on Xew Of
Another adobe landmark of the old
daysdnust give way for a modern build
ing? The site of the new Reckhart
building, on the triangle formed by
San Francisco street. Main street and
the Lesinsky building, will be cleared
before the end of the month, and D. W.
Reckharc will erect a modern two story
office building, which will have the
form of a ftatiron.h.
The building will have glass fronts
on San Francisco and Main streets, and
will be arranged for storerooms on the
first floor and offices on the second.
" HIT BY ENGINE
IvROEGER HERE TO BID OX
A3IERICAX NATIONAL BANK
Otto Krp'eger, the contractor who
built the Caples building and other
buildings In El Paso, arrived this morn
ing from San Antonio to figure on the
plans for the American National bank
building. Mr. Kroeger will be one of
the bidders on the new bank structure,
the contract for which will be let on
CONCRETE FOR SKYSCRAPER.
Concrete mixers, crushed stone and
sacks of cement are being unloaded on
Mesa avenue for the Roberts-Banner
building. The concrete mixers will be
started to grinding out the mixture
which will congeal inlo tne rounda-
j attractive finish in the pebble dashing. tion for the plaza building.
j. lie iavis nuuse win cost ?ouu wnen
completed and will be occupied by Mr.
Davis as a residence as soon as it Is
THE DAILY RECORD.
NEWMAN AT MINNEAPOLIS.
Charles Newman, of the Newman. In
vestment company. Is in Minneapolis
this week on important business in con
nection with a large real estate deal
Ed Simpson Sustains Slight
Bruises Taken to His .
Ed Simpson, a negro porter formerly
employed on" the E. P. & S. W., was
struck by engine No. 18. as It was pull
ing into the union passenger station
yards at 7:18 oclock this morning.
The engine was pulling a chair car,
and going west. Simpson was walk
ing north on the road between Leon and
Durango streets, when the accident
The negro, it is stated, did not see
the approaching engine until the fire
man snouted to him. It was then too
late for him to clear the track, as he
was standing on the south rail. He
Jumped backward just as the crosspiece
of the pilot struck him, knocking him
down. He sustained only a slight bruise
or so on the right side of the face, and
a few bruises on the body.
Simpson was taken to his home at 332
Men's GOOD Clothes
nH HE new hand tailored suits of the H. S. &
M. and the Kuppenheimer makes tliat
we show this spring are the most perfect
styles ever shown in El Paso. The variety is
igreat greater than we have ever had to offer
The size range includes suits for men of
every build tall and slim, short and stout, or
regular in garments designed for business or
Talk to us before you select your suit let
us show the good features of these grandly
Prices include all qualities from $18.00 to
In addition to these we carry a splendid line of meirs suits
in excellent styles at lower prices.
Xearly every well dressed man wears a Manhattan Shirt, because
they fit they look well they wear well and come ihe most
desirable material'. See our new spring styles S1.501 to $3.50.
Recent arrivals in the Men's Dept. show a beautiful line of
new Xeckwear, spring weight Undergarments, attractive
stvles in Fancy Vests, new shapes in 30ft and stiff hats
made by Stetson and Hawes von Gal
Ell BABY T
Has the Animal With Her in
Her Eoom at the Shel
COMES HERE TO BUY LA.D;
ARRESTED IN VACANT HOUSE.
Angelo Debuteli, an Italian immi-
1 grant who came here to buy some farm
I ing land, was arrested Thursday night
and docketed as a suspicious charac
ter. He was fouid in r. vacant house
by a policeman and bad $455 on his
Tihis morning- in police court he ex-
l plained in Itaflian to P. A. Candelaria
that he had com. (here looking for, some
land which he ould purchase and cul
tivate and seeking a small house found
an empty one and went in to look for
the owner; not finding him. he remained
there until the policeman found him.
Ke was dismissed by judge Lea when
arraigned in court.
"The Ladv and the Tiger" in cold
reality are at the Sheldon hotel. The
.Liaav is Jirs. r. v. jiarunez, a more
than pretty French woman, and the I "$ a 4..4.4... .
Tiger well, he is a Mexican tiger and j 4 packing trust is
onlv a (Mid. ICTED FOR CONSPIRACY.
Xow both the woman with the stranee
JLAWTOX, OKLAHOMA, RAISES
MONEY FOR RAILROAD
"Wichita Falls, Texas, Feb. 25. Law- ,
ton, UKianonia. today accepted the
proposition made by Kemp and Kell of
this city for the construction of a rail
road to that city. Lawton is raising a
bonus of $45,000.
The line will be completed July 4
rT nni'm.i s nn-cc ti
EW orlews BY spftut ' . ls.M""e genrie assures Airs, t city this afternoon.
Dr. James Dous. president, ana H. $ nl?rSl hi, SfK '
. oiiuuions. genera; manager 01 me ; ue ujv. aers on TOy arms are his
El Paso & Southwestern Railway com- j scratches
pany. loft over the Texas & Pacific by " -ttv ,;pr i,nHo- in ,o ,or.fo;
Dr I of Mexico when we'Yound him. and his
New York. X. Y.. Feb. 25. In-
nAnT,o ,? -l. .UW .- ; v4-. ,..ii.fo..B wMviitfcj m T
,"-"-"i- . 1.11c " " "IV T rai-e price of foodstuffs contrary
the same room at the hotel, tim only dit- , to the public good against all of-
ference beins that the user is m a care 4. finals and directors of the Na-
while, the woman is not. Mrs. Martinez, j 4. tlonal Packing -onipanv. the so-
13 traveling with her pet on the wav to 1 aiipi hf tnt irpm TCr.nor.to tn j.
j Mexico City, where she will meet iier a, judge Swayze inthe supreme eourt Hh
. ausoana. a imuve 01 tne repuon-. 4. of Hudson county, In Jersey
The Chorus Lady
THIS SENSATIONAL SERIAL STORY WILL BE PUBLISHED) IN THE HER
ALD, BEGINNING SATURDAY NEXT.
To W. F. Duval, to build brick resi
dence. 16x30x14 feet, on lot 25, block
G7, Highland "Park" addition: estimated
j cost ?350.
To Fred C. Knollenberg. to build
sheet iron buggy 3ned. Sxla feet, on
lots 14 and io, sDlock ?9, Franklin j
J. .!,-, 4 UUU1UUU , . CIIUIUICU tucl 9U
To Wm. IC PrejJton. to build brick
residence, 16x16x12 'feet, on lots 6 and
7, block 6, Mundy Heights audition;
estimated cost ?200.
To 2kT. Roberts, to build additional
room- to residence. 16x19x10 feet, on
lots 3, 4. 5 and 6. block G. East El
Paso addition; estimated cost $200.
To Texas Bitulithlc company, to erect
platform and roof over tanks, 25x4x4
feet, on St. Louis and Ange streets; es
timated cost $300.
To Howard Fagg, to remodel building
for vaudevile theater, on lot 16, block
87. Mills map; estimated cost $300.
To The L. Eggers, to erect n brick
family hotel, 50x40x120 feet, on lot 16
WHAT IS TO BE
DONE WITH BOY?
Comity Judge Asks Ques
tion in Statin g That Ke-
fomi School Is Full.
"What are we going to do with Noel
ilorgan if he should be convicted?"
aslced judge Eylar this morning, refer
ring to the case of v the boy charged
with stabbing .Lawrence Whnber to
death or. he plaza opposite the hotel
St. Regis October 16, 1909, as president
Taft was entering the hotel for break
fast. "We have no place to put him, the
reform s-ohool is full. I -suppose that
after awhile they will have no room in
the penitentiary, and we will have no
place to put convicts. -
"We ,are compelled at the present
time to hold people adjudged insane In
the county hospital, because there Is
no room In the state Institution. It
would seem that Texas should get busy
It is hard to believe that coffee will and make more r0m for these PePle."
put a person in such
Dut It AVrk a Hard Pull.
special train for Icw Orleans.
Douglas h traveling in his private car. f two-little brothers- The mother was
..... uU -ni. oituuiuiia is m ma jnsfiitened awav. His eves were not vet
private car, -San Pedro. opened, but they are no'w."
J And then the French woman with the
i Mexican husbajid and the tame tiger
j hurried ip in -the elevator lest some
harm miht have befallen him no. the
P. A. Haggard, the postmaster at Colo
rado. Tex., is on a visdt to his sons. Her
bert and Lester, in El Paso.
G. H. FLAG AT HALF MAST
OX ACCOUNT OF IiEATH.
The flag In the G. H. park has-been
fl;ing at half mast the last two day,
on account of the death of Mrs. T. A.
Warren, wife of T. A. Warren, of the
G. H". car repair shop. Mrs. Warren
died early Wednesday morning.
RATE TO IXDIAXAPOLIS.
The 'general passenger agents of the
Texas railroads have arranged a special
rate of a fare and a half Yor the round
trip from Texas to Indianapolis, on ac
count of the convention of the depart
ment of superintendents. National Edu
cational association. The dates are
from Feb. 25 to 28.
NEW STATION TIME CARD.
The union passenger depot is Issuing
a new yellow time card, effective since
February 23. .
HELD TO GRAND JURY
Leek Tnaddeus and wife, cnurged "with
receiving and concealing stolen property ,
were held to the grand jury today bv
justice E- B. MeClintock each in the
sum of $250.
Denny Thompson, negro, and Einmett
Winter, charged with burglary, were
also held to the grand jury each in the
sum of $500.
It is charged that Thompson and
Winters burglarized te residence of A.
J. Fraser and Claiborne Adams and that
ThadtJtus and wife, negroes, received
and eneealed th goods.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
condition as it
did an Ohio woman. She tells her own
"I did not believe coffee caused mv
SUIT TO SET ASIDE
JUDGMENT; OTHER ACTIONS.
Richard I1 Pala and Joseph Marra
tm.lllll.3 UTtrl froniir.fl,. .tj T i:ij ;i I t Vl A fnTTTlPr OI COltraOO ftTfi -Vl lnl,
sfo well I would not. and could not quit ' of ew Mexico, have tiled suit in the
drinking it. but I was amiserable suf- 1 34th district court to set aside a judsr-
ferer from heart trouble and nervous 1 ment granted Josephine Crosby et als
prostration for four years. j vs. Juan and Jacinto Ascarate.
"I was scarcely able to be around, j The plaintiffs are Jesuit fathers who
had no energy and did not care for any- j acted as trustees for the 135 atere tract
thing. Tftas emaciated and had a con-j In survey 144, Ysleta grant, and claim
ROSE STAHL, WHO CREATED THE TITLE BOLE IN "THE CHORUS LADY"
It is the story of stage liie that has made a pronounced it on two continents.
First written as a vaudeville sketch, then into a play, and then dramatized, "The
Chorus Lady" has taken rank as one of the masterpieces of tfte age and Rose
tahl has become famous in her portrayal oi the principal dhdraoter.
Do not miss the opening chapters of-tfus great story. Every line of it is
thrilling- The dialogue is bright and the situations dramatic in the extreme.
scant pain around my heart until I
thought I could not endure it. For
months I never went to bed expecting
to get up In the morning. I felt as
though I was liable to die any time.
"Frequently I had nervous chills and
the least excitement would drive sleep
away, and any little noise would upset
me xerriniy. 1 was gradually getting '
l"ul uiiiii unaiiy one time it came
ownership cf this portion of the land
The Van Horn Trading company has
filed suit in the flrst district court vs
Chas. Maj and Hurt. & Geaslin to re
cover $2500 on notes.
Felicitas Lara has filed suit aga'inst
Victoriano Martinez et als In the 41t
district court to try title to a one-half
acre tract in survey 11. El Pnso coun
use of being sick all. the time and buy- J
mg meaicine so- that I could indulge
myself in coffee?,
"So I thought I would see if I could
quit drinking coffee and got some Pos-
tum to help me" quit. I made it strictly
the Jefendants ibave appropriated.
GOES BACK TO TOPEKA
ON WARRANT PROM KANSAS !
E. a. -micneir. wania on a charge
of embezzling about $50 from the Oliver
1 T rusrrriTcr fimuaiii ui nnairo t-
tellvou V?t 1 CUnS i U -"llT leave thl. evening for that cltv in
tell yqu, that change was the greatest th cUStodv of deputy sheriff Ben Tni
step in my life. It was easy to quit ,;,:. en Jnd-
1 iv 11 it-
coffee because I had the Postum which
I now like better than the old coffee.
"One by one the old troubles left,
until now I am In splendid health, nerves
steady, heart all right and the pain all
gone. Never have any more nervous
chills, don't take anj' medicine, can do
all my housework and have done a
great deal beside."
Read "The Road to Wefvillc," in pkgs.
"There's a Reason."
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time' to time. They
are genuine, true and full' of human
He was arrested here on a telegram in
which a description was furnished and
Irich stated that a warrant was held
for hijn at Topeka.
ACREAGE OF SCHOOL
LAND GOES ON MARKET
San Angelo, Tex., Feb. 25. Seventeen
thousand acres, constituting a school
land tract five mjles north of San An
gelo. owned by llano county probably
will be put on the market In August, ac
cording to an authentic report received
hre today from the Llano county commissioner-
Fred Fisk was in charge of the Gates
tourists, who were in the city Thurs
lay.N Mr. Fisk has been in El Paso
several times, as he held' the position
of traveling passenger agent for an
eastern railroad before accepting his
Patrick McGovern, pumper at Marfa,
Texas, is out of the hospital, after a
severe Illness, and has returned to
G. McElroy, G. H. conductor, is tak
ing a layoff this week.
J. V. Do wliii. G. H. freight brakeman,
is on a layoff this week.
J. M. Wright, S. P. freight brakeman.
has gone to Detroit, Mich., on account
of the death of his son. '
W. C. Archer, S. P. conductor, is off
duty this week, and has gone east.
T. P. Conklin, O. L. Graham and G.
TV. Yancy, all S. P. brakemen, aro on
the sick list.
Switchmen Johnson acl Peters are
making trips on the west end.
Brakeman McCain, of the E. P. & S.
TV., is making a trip on the west end
for the Southern Pacific.
TV. A. Wood is herding on the G.
H.. In the absence of E. B. Goodel, the
J. F. Sullivan, traveling passenger
agent for the Louisville & Nashville
railroad, with offices in Houston. Texas,
is in the city on business for his road.
C. C. Johnson, southwestern agent for
the Atlanta & West Point Railroad Co.,
And the Western Railway of Alabama is
spending a few xlays in the city in -the
interest of his company.
ilGESIIOI GAS ON STOMACH, 01
EART6UBN WILL SIMPLY M!
Temperature and Rain.
For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight and
For New ilexico Tonight and Sat
urday, generally fair.
For west Texas: Tonight, generally
cloudj- weather; warmer in southeastern
portion: Saturday, unsettled weather,
colder in the panhandle.
Your out-of-order Stomach
feels fine five minutes after
taking a little Diapepsin.
E'very year regularly more than a
million stomach sufferers in the United
States. England and Canada take
Pape's Diapepsin and realize not only
immedjate but lasting relief.
Th'is "harmless preparation will di
gest anything you eat and overcome a
sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach five
' If youFumeals don't fit comfortably,
or what you eat lays like a lump of lead
in your stomach, or if you have heart
burn, that Is a sign of Indigestion.
Get from your Pharmacist a 50-cent
case of Pane's DiapeDsin and take
a dose just as soon as you can. j almost any case of Djvjpepsia. Indiges
There will be no sour risings, no belch- 1
ing of undigested food mixed with,
acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, full
ness or heavy feeling in the stomach.
Nausea. Debilitating Headaches. Dizzi
ness or Intestinal griping. This will
all go. and besides, there will be no
sour food left over- in th stomach 'to
noiscn 'your breath vwith--nauseou
Pape's Diapepsin is a, eectain cure for
out-of-order stomachs. becauseMt takes
hold of your food and digests it Just
the same as if your stomach wasn't
Relief in five minutes from all stom
?ch misery is waiting for you at any
These large 50-cent cases contain.
more than sufficient to thoroughly cure
tion or any other stomach disorder.
Hyomei will Cure Catarrh
or' Your Money Back
Is your throat sore?
Have you catarrh?
Have you a cough?
Have you a cold??
You can stop a cough or a cold as if
by magic by just breathing soothing.
over the sore, raw
and inflamed mem
brane. This is from a
man who knows.
"Mr. Mager and
myself have used
your inhaler faith
needed and it has
always given in
stant relief and
saved us from many
We consider Hvo
mei a wonderful
dicover and rc-
xs, ti Y tj
?1 COUCHING. (?-V
EAD ASTHMA. 1 Sfc
31 INHALER )L
If a a fi)
ommerd it whenever opportunity pre
sents itself." F. W. Mager. Contracting
Freight Agent. f. H. & D. Ry. Co.,
Cincinnati. Ohio. Oct. 22. 1909.
Hyomei is the best remedy for a'l
nose, throat and lung troubles. It does
not contain any cocaine or morphine
and all that !s necessary is to breathe U
through the Httle black pocket inhaler
that comes with each outfit.
A complete outfit
costs only $1.00 at
druggists ever v
where and at KelK
& Pollard's and Hv
omel is guaranteed
to cure catarrh,
croup, coughs, colds
sore throat and
bronchitis or money
back. A Tiyomei
Inhaler lasts a life
time and extra bot
tles QfrMyomei can
be obtained from
druggists for only