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Saturday, March 12, 1910.
Those who are sick for a day, a week, or a month, and then
recover and go about their duties, get But a glimpse of the
misery anoT discouragement; that beset the CHRONICAL
LY ILL, who week after week, month after month, every
year after year, till for them time ends and eternity begins, bear up against or
put up with nervous irritation that gnws and wears, pains that seems as if it
would break, the mental anguish of enforced idleness and conscious uselessness.
B02"'T NEGKLECT YOUR CONDITION UETIL YOU REACH THIS STAGE,
OB. UNTIL YOU ARE FORCED INTO TAEING- TREATMENT., THE
CURE WILL BE HARDER FOR YOU AND MORE DIEFJCULT TO ACCOMPLISH.
SPRING FASHIONS IN ODD SKIRTS AND BLOUSES
,HE complete eclipse with which
It is prophesied every season by
toiowingr ones the perennial
rf mouse is threatened seems
further removed than ever this
season. Instead of falling Into
disrepute before the onslaught of the one-
piece grown the winter season has seen
It flash Into tinseled eminence again, and
never have the shops offered a greater
variety of these indispensable separate
blouses than the spring showing includes.
One may find them in every form and
fabric, from the simple morning affairs
of pique or lawn, to the lace and em
broidered and chiffon-veiled atin ones.
The lingerie styles show a greater
amount of hand work than ever before.
Many of the tailored effects have detach
able collars and cuffs of linen with Eng
lish embroidery done In white or colors.
Blouses made of ninon are especially
favored for wear with the plainer street
suits. But It Is the more elaborate blouses
that have undergone the greatest trans
formation. A. blouse unveiled by chiffon
or net or lace and without a touch of gold
or silver is scarcely to be found In the
shops. From tho bit of tinsel In the
trimming or about the neck has developed
the blouse made entirely of gold net veil
ed with some transparent stuff. For the
gold net is sometimes subtltuted bro
cade, which Is veiled with net or chiffon
the color of the costume. One model was
of flowered brocade completely covered
with row after row of fine Valenciennes
lace joined with gold thread.
A plain gold foundation blouse may
have several chiffon slips that can bei
slipped over it, thus making it do service'
for more than one suit These chiffon!
over-blouses will undoubtedly be muchi
worn with the -spring suits. I
Most attractive waists are being made
up from tussah silks which have cash
mere printed borders. One model employ
ed a deep gold shade of the tussah silk
with a border of Persian design. This
border crossed the front and back and
sleeves of waist at the bust line, the re
mainder of the blouse being veiled with
black chiffon of so sheer a quality that it
did not obscure the fabric beneath. A
rolling collar of black silk and. small turn
back cuffs Imparted a youthful air to this
chic blouse. TVIth It, as with many of
the new waists being put out. was pro
vided a straight belt of black patent
leather with a gold buckle. In passing
it may be said that the restoration of the
waist line has brought belts of every
description Into favor again. Suits are
being shown with which are supplied two
patent leather belts the coat belt and
the usual skirt belt.
A blouse la a delightful shade of green
is of a coarse mesh net mounted over
chiffon of the same shade, which is all
lined with satin In the same color. A
peculiar but attractive color scheme was
attained by the use of a clever shade of
purple for the mousseline yoke, standing
collar, lower sleeves and tucked waist
coat Two oblong revers of black satin,
and a soft crushed belt of the satin added
a distinctive touch.
Grey shades were used in a simple little
blouse for wear with a tailored suit of
grey serge. The yoke and sleeves of chif
fon, matching the net of the waist, were
tucked In fine tucks headed with a silver
thread. The net across the bast was em
broidered in coarse gray silk, combined
with a soft shade of yellow with a silver
thread running through It which gave a
very rich effect
The side closing continues to be a popu
lar feature of the blouse for every day
wear. This is sometimes fastened simply
with tailored buttons, but more often!
closes with a frill of silk or net A model
in marine blue ribbed silk which fastened
to one side had a frill of plaited net in
the same shade upon the edge of which
was stitched a bias fold about a half
an Inch wide of plaid taffeta. .A fold of
tho plaid silk completed the standing col
lar and formed also a wide crush girdle.
The yoke of this blouse was laid in deep
horizontal tucks, from shoulder to shoul
der, while two bias straps extended from
the belt up over the shoulders and into
the .belt at the back.
Bands of broadcloth elaborately braided
with black soutache formed the striking
trimming of a dark blue chiffon cloth
blouse. The small round yoke and stand
ing collar were of allover lace finished
at the edge with a cording of black silk,
and In the front with a straight black
velvet bow. The bands were put on over
the shoulder seams and extended the
length of tho short cap over the top of
the sleeve. There was also a band down
the front of the braided broadcloth, with
squares of this trimming over the bust
Hand embroidery, or some of the clever
imitations thereof, and Irish and VaL
laces dominate the lingerie models. As
yet the bishop sleeve Is seen on most of
the waists, but there Is little doubt that
the shor sleeve Is on its way to us again,
to the delight of the plump and the de
jection of the scrawny.
A favorite style in the tailored waists
has four box plaits on each side with the
central one twice the width of the side
plaits. Many of these have also stitched
straps over the. shoulder seams. In epaulet
fashion. The sleeves are plaited thb en
tire length from the shoulder down to
the three-Inch stiffened cuff.
The separate skirts are to be found in
every variety of the tunic or oversklrt
style as well as in the plainer pleated
models. Plain material predominate, but
grey mixtures and two-tone stripes aa
well as shepard checks are shown in at
tractive models. A decided novelty, in
troducing a striking black and white
stripe effect has the panels of black serge
overlapping the tops of box pleats of the
diagonally striped material set on just
below the knee. The effect produced Is
of a slashed over-skirt
The new skirts all show a return to the
normal waist line which is Indeed the
marked tendency of all gowns and suits.
Trimming consists usually of cloth
covered buttons on the plainly tailored
skirts, while with the tunic effects no
trimming at all is used.
J k ILil&oIJwC'tCfUSl
Should Mean Much to You When You Buy
Meat. "While it is generally known that the finest
and choicest meats invariably come from Na
tions' Market and that only the choicest cattle
are fed before being prepared for our custom
ers, yet you have other assurances that every
piece of meat purchased at this market is in
Double Inspection of All Our Meats
Government Inspected and Passed is what -iands behind every piece of meat that gees into or goes out of Xationa
Markets. (This is the only market in El Tao tint offers you such protection.) At the slaughter house we have a
goveriimpnt hibpeccor who thoroughly examines everything intended for the market. He also looks after sanitarj
conditions. After the meat is slaughtered it receives his 0. K. and is then sent to the downtown market. Here it
is again passed upon by another government inspector. This double inspection means full protection to custom
ers and we are glad to extend it.
There are some people who do not enjovmeat that is because they have never tried
the -Nations kind. It's appetizing, wholesome and'juicy.
SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS. i
Having government inspection, we are now enabled to comply with the Interstate
Commerce Laws and mail orders for meats will receive prompt and careful attention.
Orders for, groceries will, also, be taken care of and we guarantee both entire satisfac
tion and the lowest market prices. We solicit vour correspondence.
for that .
e Your ase Only In 'Safe and
If you have a chronic disease, do not allow just any doctor to treat you. Seek
the service of a doctor in whom you can place the utmost confidence to under
stand vour case and to treat it correctly. Call at our office, where you are as
sured of being treated correctly v , x
e Considered Incurable
Are Now Readily Mastered By
Thousands of men and women are suffering from different forms of CHRONIC
and NERVOUS DISEASES, without even the knowledge that they can be
cured. We deem it our duty towards suffering humanity, to enlighten the suf
ferers and the friends of the sufferers. Intelligence for honest, effective and
scientific treatment for the relief, and in most cases, the absolute CURE, of the
following diseases: ACUTE NERVOUS and CHRONIC DISEASES, BLOOD
POISON. NERVO-VTTAL TROUBLES. STOMACH TROUBLES, all forms
of SKIN DISEASES, CATARRH OE ALL EORMS, ECZEMA, PILES,
SWOLEN GLANDS, BLADDER AND PROSTATIC TROUBLES, and all
CHRONIC DISEASES OF MEN AND WOMEN. You may be suffering
from one of these diseases and not know it. Our careful study of these partic
ular diseases, backed by success and long years of experience, give assurance of
honest, effective and scientific treatment. By consulting with us EREE of
charge, at our office, we will properly diagnose your case and tell you honestly
whether we can cure you, whether we can help you,- or whether-your.'case is in
curable. The new and improved system of treatment, the study of science and
the development of mechanical appliances, known as the X-Ray Machine, Vibra
tor, Multo-Nebulizer, the Leucodecent Therapeutic Arch Lamp, and High Fre
quency Apparatus, have produced some astounding CURES.
The function of ime liver is the elimination from the
blood of a substance called bile. When this organ be
comes diseased it fails to perform its functions, and
there is retention of biKary matter in the system, pro
ducing bad taste, coated tongue, blind and dizzy spells,
specks floating before the eyes, yellowish discoloration
of the skin, constipation, dull pain in right side or under
the shoulder blade. Our treatment is a specific for this
Owing to our present mode of living fully 50 percent
of people suffer from some form of stomach trouble.
THE USUAL SYMPTOMS ARE: Loss of appetite, pres
sure and fullness after eating, heartburn, wate: brash,
tenderness at pit of stomach, coated tongue, bad taste,
constipation, sleeplessness, nausea, dizziness, belching
of gas, sick headaches, mental depression. Our treat
ment gives immediate relief and effects a permanent
cure in all of tihe above conditions.
Our cure dissolves Stricture completely, allays all in
flammation, cleanses and 'heals the bladder and kidneys,
when irritated or congested, and restores health and
soundnness to all parts affected by the disease.
Thousands of men suffer from Xervo-Vital Debility,
Weakness, Rundown, Bladder Troubles, ete.','vand never
know that the cause of their condition is an inflamed
condition of the prostate gland. They ore being treat
ed every day with stimulating drugs with the hope of
being restored to their health, but they are disappoint
ed because the cause of their troubles is neglected.
Our treatment for this desease has cured thousands and
will cure you. It will pay you to investigate our cure, j
Don't let finances keep you away, as we are always willing to arrange the terms
to suit the purse and convenience of our patients.
HOURS, 9 A. M. TO 7 P. M.
SPECIFIC BLOOD POISON
This, as you doubtless know, is the -worst disease that
afflicts mankind, having not only (wrecked the lives of
thousands of men, but women and children as well. If
you have any of its symptoms you cannot afford to
neglect them for a moment. Rash or copper colored
spots, running sores, pimples, ulcers in the mouth and
throat, on face, hands and other parts of the body,
falling out of hair and eyebrows, are all unmistakable
signs of this dreaded disease. We have cured cases of
blood poison, after Hot Springs had failed, and if you
call -we rwill make a. careful, expert examination of your
case, .and will" tell you positively, whether or not the
disease is present, and if so. we are prepared to give
you the best treatment in existence.
KEDNEY AND BLADDER DIS
EASES Any disorder of the kidneys and bladder, no matter how
slight, should be treated by an expert specialist. Pat
ent medicines cannot be depended upon to cure them,
which you have no doubt found out if you have been
afflicted for any length of time.
Too frequent desire, retention of or too profuse, sedi
ment or brick dust, burning, scalding sensation, highly
colored, pains in the back, dry, pale, waxy skin, etc,
are symptoms that should not be neglected for a mo
ment. If you will call we will make a careful expert
chemical and microscopical examination: an absolute
test without charge, and give you information and
advice of value.
DISEASES OF WOMEN
Ladies, consult us before you submit to operations.
You can be cured without the use of a knife of consti
pation, displacement, inflammation of the uterus or
ovaries', irregular or painful menstruation, which causes
nervousness and often insonitv.
SUNDAYS, 9 A. M. TO 1 P. M.
Office,' Hammett Block (formerly the Van Blarcum), Cor. Texas St. and Mesa
Ave., EL PASO, TEXAS.