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Friday, March 18, 1910.
9 i iir - 1 F
Mr. Dudley Hoyt ot
IsTew York lias lent his
aid to the Feldman
tion by showing two
splendid portraits of
women. Mr. Hoyt is
noted for the. wonderful
delicacy of tone and
graceful drapery effects
he obtains in his work.
Mrs. Gertrude Kase
bier of lNTew York sliows
a most beautiful study
23rinted in platinum on
Japanese vellum. Mrs.
Kasebier is one of the
leaders of the Photo
Seceession, and her
work has won recogni
tion throughout the
Exhibition hours 10
to 5 daily. '
Fred J. Feldman
308 San Antonio St
Palace Cafe, H. B. Thompson,
151 Paso Herald Offices.
A. E. .Richards, Jeweler.
International Book Co.
TVm. Moeller, Heal Estat.
Lobby Cigar Stand.
H. It Howell, Heal, Istate.
agent Herald BIdg.
T. W. C. A. Lunch and Rest
John Brunner, Tailor.
J. F. miner! C. E. E. M representing-
hc White Sands Co.
Miss Paulise Hilpert, Dress,
Standard Home Co.
THIRD tItO OK.
R. Zj. Nichols. Attorney fit Law.
J. E. Dutcher, Attorney at Law.
. Colorado National Life Assur
ance Co., E. McMillan, Gen. Agent.
Southwestern S-ortland Cement
The Pablic Stenographers Co..
Irs. Jessie E. AL Howe and Miss
Ruth "Williams. Proprietors.
The Wn. Jeaainrs C.. JSngl
seers and Machinery merchants.
"First Church of Christ. Scien
tist, Beading Booms.
Mrs. A. P. Thompson, Mm. T7a
Xoble, China Decorations.
Dra! Satteriee & Satterlea. Os
teopaths. Dr. Flora Satterle and
Dr. .nettle S-tterlee.
Carter & Boberison. 'Mill. Mine
and Smelter Supplies.
Public Stenographers Co. Ruth
Mrs. J. B. Cass and Miss Garra,
j.ne Ludlow-Saylor "Wire' Co.
J. B. Robertson, Mngr.
Royals Jackman, Upper Valley
Lee & "Woodyard, contracting
R. E. Huthsteiner, Mechanical
El Paso Printing Co., Herald
building, facing G. S. & S. A.
tracks and Main street.
ma w xc ior v.i&ugue
EL, PASO, TEXAS.
J. B. Suftan Company
Bell Pione 880 328 Texas 2t
Tae Only Exclusive
ENGRAVING AND EMBOSSING
CONCERN IK THE SOUTHWEST
Write or Ask Druggists
Fop tMs Free Sample
There is enough Kondon's Catarrhal
Jelly In this free sample sent for a
peaay postal for several days' treat
ment enough to ive instant relief from
cold in the head or nasal catarrh, etc
This wonderful, pure remedy (in sani
tary tubes) is applied direct to the raw
surfaces. It is so soothing- and healinz
teat it gives iastaat relief, and its con
tiaaedsse'srill cure pennanentlyall forms
of catarrh. Over 35,000 drugsM'Er'sell it
3e 25c and 50c tubes. Doctcvs, nurses,
drnzffiS'ts recommend it. Phe sample
proves. Ask your dragrsrist or write to
day for free sample.
Koadoa Msmufactitrlng Co.
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By James Forbes
Copyright, 1908, by vj.
W. Dillingham Com
Sogers conveyed tlie message to
Nora, put "a newspaper and a book on
a small table beside ber and withdrew.
Nnra Jpft fllonr hp-ir, to look-nmnnrt I
ber. There was an air of luxurv about j
the place that was pleasing. The rug
beneath ber feet was thick and soft
Witb the red paper oc the walls it re
called one of the fashionable hostel
ries on Fifth avenue where he had tak
en her to lunch. Jn the center of the
room was a square table of ebony,
somewhat massive, with ornately carv
ed legs. An elegant electric reading
lamp upon it connected with a chan
delier above. Scattered around the
lamp were novels and a few of the
latest magazines, mostly having to do
with sport in some shape or form. On
the smaller table beside which she was
seated, a round one. was a delicately
chased vase of silver in which were
some American Beauty roses. Evi
dently they had been there for three
or four days, for they were drooping
and faded. Heavy doable curtains,
red also, iwere looped apart at the two
"windows, disclosing other long hanging
curtains of cream lace.
A handsome bookcase beside a door
opposite the lounge extended from the
door to the corner of the room at right
angles to the mantelpiece. It was fill
ed with books, partly French, bound
and in paper -covers, packed in wher
ever there was room for them.
From the bookcase her eyes wander
ed to the door. She wondered where
it led to. Then she walked to tbe man
telpiece and looked at the portraits.
framed and unframed. The originals ,
of some she knew it least by sight and
name. She took in her hand the por
trait of one woman, unknown to her
and very beautiful, which stood in a
shining silver frame, obviously a new
one. Something was written across it
in a fine, delicate scrawl. tShe held it
to tbe light and read:
Best in the World
Fast Color Eyelets Used
W. L. Douglas shoes are tHe lowest
price, quality considered, in the world.
Their excellent style, easy fitting and
long wearing qualities excel those of
otner manes, it you nave Deen paying
high prices for your shoes, the next time
yoa need a pair give W. L. Douglas shoes
a trial. You can save money on your
footwear and get shoes that are just as
good in every way as those that have
been costing you higher prices.
If you could visit our large factories
at Brockton, Mass., and see for yourself
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are
made, you. would then understand why
they hold their shje, fit better and
wear longer than other makes.
CA.UTION W. I. Douglas name and price is
stamped on the bottom to protect Uie wearer against
niga prices and inferior shoes. Tnlce Xo Snbtl
tu te. If W. L. Douglas she3 are not for sale in vonr
vicinity, -vnite for Mail Order Catalog. W.L. Douglas,
E. C. PEW & SON
221 Shr Antonla Bt.
A Single Meal
Since She Began to Take
Cardui, the Woman's Ton
ic, Says Mrs. Looney, of
Memphis, Tenn. "I had suffered un
told misery, for jiearly 8 years," writes
ilrs. Emma 3. Xroo'ney, R. F. D. No. 1,
! ii ' 1
S A - W5SSv
Memphis, Tenn., "but since taking Car
dui, I can truthfully say I suffer very
"I wish I, had begun using Cardui
long ago. -Since using'it, 1 have" not
missed a single meal, end am much
stronger than I was.
"I hardly know how to express my
gratitude, for the advice you gave me."
Don't worry about your symptoms
Cardui doesn't treat them.
"What you need is strength. Cardui
helps ypu get it.
Get Cardui, because other tonics and
medicines do not contain 'its peculiar
and successful ingredients, imported
especially by us, for its manufacture.
Only in Cardui, can you obtain this
combination of curative herbs and tonic
medicines, which half a century of suc
cess has stamped with the seait of pub
Ask your druggist. He will tell you
that Cardui can be depended upon to
j. b. -"Write to: Ladies' A'dvisory
Dept, Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat
tanooga, Tenn., fGr Special Instructions,
and 64-page book "JBfome Treatment
for "Women," sent in plain wrapper, on
"To Dickie from 'int. Memento of a
good time never to be forgotten."
The portrait impressed ber disagree-
ably. She was vaguely jealous of this
beautitul unknowu. and she replaced
the photograph rather impatiently and
roughly. As she did so she caught
sight in the mirror of her own face,
all larded and rouged and powdered.
She uttered a little cry of dismay. It
seemed to her that shd' looked hideous.
Mr. Crawford must never see her like
I that; she must wasb her face some
how. But howV Where? There was
nothing with which she could do it
there, not even a glass of water. She
wondered whether she could ask the
valet to bring her one on the pretest
that she was thirsty. She went to the
door leading to the hall, but the man
was not to be seen, and she did not
like to call him. Suppose she were to
try the other door? She went to it,
but hesitated. She was afraid to open
It Yet something bad to be dore. Mr
Crawford would arrive at any minute
'he might at that very moment be on
the elevator. She looked around in
perplexity, not knowing what to do.
and noticed the roses. Immediately a
happy thought struck her. Here was
water! Quickly she went to the vase,
but stopped again nonplused. With
what was she going to wipe ber face.?
She bad no handkerchief in her stage
dress. With febrile haste she searched
the cloak, hoping against hope that
there might be one there. The cloak,
though sleeveless, had a pocket, but
there was nothing in it save a little
hook of face powder paper. Her wo
man's wit came to her aid. She tore a
large piece off her petticoat and. re
moving the roses, bathed and rubbed
her face vigorously until not a vestige
of the fards remained.
When he opened the door Crawford
started with astonishment at seeing
who his visitor was.
j "weu, wen: rnis is a pleasant sur-
' prise, Nora. You have said 'no so
often that I had long ago given up
hope of seeing you here," he exclaimed,
advancing toward her with both hands
! outheld. Unthinkingly she extended
j her own, and be saw that her arms
were bare. Her action also parted the
cloak sufficiently to reveal that she
was in deep decollete.
"How beautiful .you look!" he added,
with genuine enthusiasm.
Nora, in great confusion, hastily
; withdrew her hands and pulled tbe
Man and Wife, Two Babies
and Another Man Living
at the Place Have Their
Brains Beaten Out.
Houston, Tex., March IS. Piled in a
heap between two blood-covered beds in
a nouse at 782 Ashland avenue, Houston
Heights, the bodies of two men, a wo
man and two' babies were discovered
by sheriff Archie Anderson. The sheriff
had been summoned to the place by
suspicious neighbors and every circum
stance goes to show that the victims ol
the tragedy had been dead for some
The men, were Gus Schultz, lineman
for the Houstofn Light and Power com
pany, and Walter Eichmann, a painter,
who had been employed at the Houston
Oil Mill and who had been living with
sThu woman was Schultz's young wife
and tho dead babjes were the 3 year old
daughter and 5 months old son of
Schultz and his wife.
In a space between the two beds lay
a man; resting partially on the man
was the nude body of a woman with a
dead baby clasped in her arms, another
child was half on the bed, its head rest
ing In the blood-soaked clothes and its
tiny feet hanging over the side.
The second man was lying on the
very top of the human heap, his head
entangled in the mosquito bar of the
bed, which had been torn from its
The stench from the room was over
powering and It was some time after
the windows-were raised before any in
vestigation could be made.
Axe Probably U&ed.
Examination of the bodies showed
that the quintet of murders had been
done by some one who used neither a
gun nor a knife, but an axe or some j
heavy instrument. The head of every
one of the five had been crushed by
heavy blows which scattered blood and
bits of skull all about the room. The
clothing of the two beds was soaketl
red with blood, the walls were splat
tered half ivay to the ceiling and the
floor of the room was saturated.
The fact that each of the five had
been killed by heavy blows has mysti
fied the officers. It was at first
thought that the crime had been com
mitted by Gus Schultz, whose body lay
on top of the others. The fact that he
himself was the victim of a wound
smiilar to those fatal to the others dis
proves this theory and leads to the be
lief that an outsider must have entered
the house, murdered the men, the wo
man aDd the babies, and then made his
escape, locking the door as he went
POLICE SAY MAX BURXED
HIS WIFE'S CLOTHING.
A. F. Soper was arrested Thursday
night, and docketed on charges of dis
turbing the peace and malicious mis
chief. He furnished bond in the sum
of ?24 to guarantee his appearance
tnis, evening. The police say that
Soper went home angry, ran "his wife
away from the house, broke up their
trunk and putting his wife's clothing J
in the stove burned it i
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Novelized From Forbes's
Play of the Same
If ame by
John W. Harding
cloak about her.
"It was awfullj good of you to
come." he continued. "How did you
manage to get away s'o early?"
"I didn't go on tonight I I wanted
to see you," she replied.
"Not half so much as I wanted to
see you, I (mi sure. Come, sit down
and make yourself comfortable," he
urged, reaching for a cushion on the
sofa and placing it against the back of
the easy chair in which she had sat
before. "I want you to feel that you
are at home whenever you do me tfee
honor to pay me a visit And now
that you have come once I hope you
will come often. Let me take your
"Oh, no, thank you, Mr. Crawford,"
she refused. "I can't stay, really. I've
got to get back to tbe theater right
"Nver mind about that that'll be all
right" he said reassuringly. "They
won't make any trouble. I stand pret
ty well at tbe Long Acre, and I'll
square it for you."
"It isn't tbe theater, it's The fact
Is I'm In great trouble," she explained.
"In great trouble? Dear me! What's
"I must have that note tonight"
"What note?" ,
"The note I I signed the note for
5300. Father and mother are in front
I dare not see them unless I have it
As soon as I learned they were there
I was so frightened, so upset that I
came away without stopping a minute,
just as I was. to get it"
Crawford looked grave.
"Do they know about it?" he asked
"Oh. no," she answered. She was on
the point of telling him that she had
confessed every tiling to Patsy, but she
thought better of it and refrained.
His geniality returned immediately.
"Then if nobody knows anything
about it what is there to be afraid of?"
"I'm afraid of everything. I'm a
forger! Why did you make me a for
ger? I didn't know. Oh. I'm horribly
"Whew!" he whistled. "A forger!
Thafs a hard word. I wouldn't take
such a tragic view of it If lwereyou."
(To Be Continued.)
Use Gulf Refining Co.'s Lusterlite
coal oil for incubators. ' '
Be sure to get the besu Ask your
grocery for Gulf Refining Co.'s coal oil
Appear in Court to Answer
' to Charge Heavy Fines
J. R. Small, the Juarez jockey arrest
ed on a charge of fighting with Tom
Kimptbn an automobile driver, appear
ed in police court Thursday evening to
claim his shamrock -which he had given
in the morning as bond. Judge Lea re
turned the St. Patrick's .day green and
passed the ca until Saturday after
noon. There were three good sized fines as
sessed In police court Thursdaj' evening.
R. J. Brown was fined $50 on a charge
of vagrancy when arrested some time
ago, files used for making keys were
found on his person. At that time he
i was arrested with a number of others
in a raid on South El Paso street room
ing houses. "When asked what his oc
cupation was in police court Thursday
he said: "I buy and sell jewelry."
F. Allen, alias the "Mormon Kid," was
fined $100 on a charge of vagrancy.
The police found nine ostrich plumes in
his room at 306 South Stanton street
"Wednesday night. On the stand he said
that he had been doing nothing lately.
C. L. Burkett, -was fined $100 None of
these fines were paid and all' the 'men
were sent out to break stone.
PRESTOX AXD CHRISTY
RELEASED BY COURT.
Charles Preston and Nixon O'Neill
Christy, arrested on a charge of at
tempting to rob the furniture store of
H. L. Stewart, on South Gtanton street.
Tuesday night, were arranged before
justice E. B. McClintock Thursday and
released upon their personal recogni
zance -and the papers in the case were
sent to the grand jury.
Althrm?-Vi tha mon woro identified b'
iraria Mendoza as the men she had seen
in the furniture store Tuesday night,
they produced witnesses and proved an
aliDi, so they were released.
1SS1 EI, PASO HAD
SNOWSTORM FOR ST. PATRICK
An El Paso contractor in his diary
finds proof that "-times are improving."
in a weather way, at least, A severe
snowstorm caused his workmen to hie
'away to warm shelter March 17, 18SL
The contractor contrasts that with the
St. Patrick's day of yesterday.
Guaranfeed Liquor Cure.
Drunkenness is a progressive disease;
the moderate drinker is not satisfied
with two or three drinks a day, the
craving for more and more becomes ir
resistible as the disease advances; the
result Is Chronic Alcoholism.
The treatment used successfully by
thousands right in their own homes is
Orrine. It is sold under a positive
guarantee to effect a cure or your
money will be refunded.
Orrine No. 1. is the secret remedy;
Orrine No. 2, Is for those willing to
take the treatment. Either form costs
si. For free booklet, write The Orrine
Co., 467 Orrine Bldg., Washington, D. C.
Sold by leading druggists and in this
city by Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel.
iAXJTO MAKES FAST
RUN TO, FIRE
Blaze Destroys House Fur
nishings at 316 South
There were two fires Thursday even
ing; the first occurring: at 4:30 when ths
automobile chemical engine was called to
316 South Oregon street An overheated
stove in the kitchen at the rear of the
grocery store, owned and conducted by
Sirs. Kate Eddy, set fire to some bed
ding and quickly communicated to the
woodwork. Nearly all the furnishings
of the house -were, destroyed, entailing a
loss of between $600 and $700.
The new combination chemical and
hose automobile did good work, mak
ing the' run to the fire -while the horse
drawn vehicles were turning a cor
ner. Af S nolock Thursdav nierht. gasoline
poured Into the gutter in front of the j
afire in the morning, was ignited by
some one dropping a "match on the pave
ment. The flames burned the asphalt as
well as scorching the curb, but firemen
frnm rhp central station extinguished
j the conflagration by use of a Babcock
Globe Mills Graham Flour also "Whole
"Wheat Flour. Fresh from the rolls.
'Nuff Sed. Try a sack.. At all grocers
WOMAN SAID SHE
HAD BEEN ROBBED
Policeman Gives Her Aid
and She Has Now Disap
peared, He Thinks.
A woman with a story of hard luck
and a policeman with a tender heart
figure in "a tale of misfortune and the
guardian angel." The woman is Ber
tha Gillett. of Nome, Alaska, the po
liceman is C. "W. Tillman.
Saturday the woman, dressed in coun
try fashion and apparently possessed
of little means, appeared at the union
station and said she had been robbed
of her handbag.contalning all the money
she had while sitting in the plaza.
She appealed to the policeman for aid
until she heard from relatives, so Till
man saw that she got something to
eat and a place to sleep. He has not
seen her since Tuesday.
Miss Gillett claims to be a mining
queen of Nome, Alaska, and said she
was going to Mexico to secure a iargre
Buy Gulf Refining stove gasoline for
automobiles. It's best by test.
SAYS HE COULD NOT REFUSE
DRINK OX ST. 'PATRICK'S DAY.
Jim Shay was arraigned in police
court Thursday morning on a charge
of vagrancy and promised to start for
Cincinnati. He had not gone very far
when some one invited him to take a
drink and as It was St. Patrick's day
and Shay is an Irishman, he could not
refuse, so overstayed his parole.
He was arraigned in court again this
morning and once more was given an
opportunity to leave. He said: "Judge,
yesterday was St. Patrick's day and
I had to take a drink, but if anyone
asks me to drink today, I won't, do it-"
An attack or the grip Is often fol
lowed by a persistent cough, which to
many proves a great annoyance. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy has been ex
tensively used and with good success
for the relief and cure of this cough.
Many cases have been oured after all
other remedies hd failed. Sold by all
We have Just received aconsigmnenl
Cf PURINA POULTRY FEEDS, Cag
tad ezamlne them.
re mixture of overa dozenvarietkt
of grama and seeds. They contalm
absolutely no grit which make
Speight. They contain absolutely n
nrnt nor sttwtty wheat. Your chick
ens will thrive upon this feed it's no
experiment, but a practical feed ipt
practical poultry raisers. Coot m
tad ask for a sample of it,
fOfi SALS WiJ
0. 6. Seefon &
DR. Gk E. CAMERON
Reliable dentHtry at reasonable price.
Office Over Gunrantee Shoe Store.
BAGGAGE & TRANSFER
PHONF, BELL 1 AUTO 1001
Will be up right away.
Careful men- Reasonable prices.
11GSAN FRANCISCO ST.
ODOM TRANSFER CO.
BAGGAGE AND MOVING
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
Bell Phone 1054 Anto Phone 1966 X
109 MAIN ST.
It is certainly a pleasure, to us to note the way the
people of El Paso have come to appreciate our "Sat
urday Special Sales." . ,4
. " Satisfaction in "Quality and Price" is bound to stampr -
V us as. leaders "in El' Paso. Note our Saturday Special
. Prices certainly inducing. j
T-Bone Steaks, sale price, per lb. . . .v. i7c
(Regular daily price 25c per lb.)
Tenderloin Steak, sale price, per lb 17y4c
(Regular daily price 25c per lb.)
Sirloin Steak, sale price, per lb . 17 c
(Regular daily price 25c per lb.)
Our "Peerless Roll Roast," "juicy, rich; su
perb," sale price, only, per lb '. rx ;.12c
Only the choicest fed beef is offered to our trade, every day and on Sale
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Our fruits and vegetables are now coming from all
parts of the continent only the best, and all kinds.
Fresh Green Table Onions, 3 bunches for. 10c
Fine Fresh Spinach, 3 lbs. for ." 25c
White Pickled Onions; regular 25c; sale price, per pint 15c
Young Table Radishes, large bunches, 2 for i.'. 15c
Potatoes, new shipment, 12 lbs for 25c
Our fresh Yard Eggs, now 2 dozen for - 45c
Best Creamery Butter, "Sunny Side Special," pr lb 35c
. COME EARLY AND AVOD) THE RUSH - V .
Phones 800, 80!, 802; Auto 1800
WITH OTm EXTRA HELP YOU WILL EZPERDZNCE 3JT0 DELAY
TO MEET TONIGHT
Peter A. Rowe says that all who are
at all interested in the breeding ol fine
poultry are invited to attend the regu
lar meeting of the El Paso & South
First National Bank
United States Depository '
Capital and Surplus, $600,00000
OFFICERS AMD DIRECTORS: :
W. W. TURKEY, Chairman.
JOSHUA RAYNOU5S, President.
James G. ZdcNsry, Vice-President. Walter X BnfiecAast.OumUs
Jno. M- B&y&oldx, Vice-President. Francis B. G&lkgkar, Asst, CaskSer
EDGAR W. KAYSER, Cashier.
Assets. - - -
WE SOLICIT YOUR
C. R. MOREHEAD, .President.
JOSEPH 3AG0FFINr V. Pre.
L- J. GILCHRIST, Asst. CASH.
" State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
' CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A .Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branckes.
HIGHEST PRICES PADD FOR MEXICAN MONEY.
Rio Grande Valley
W. W. Turney, Prest
S- T. Turner, Vice Prert.
W. Cooler, V. P. & Mgr.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
"ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Power h. J. SnamesM
A. G. Andreas E- Kohlberg B. Blirmentlial
J. F. WilUams J. H. M7
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
Try this Two Minute Cure
for Cold in Head or Chest
It Is? Curing Thousands
Daily Saves Time and
dot a bowl of steaming hot water and I
Pour into the water a teaspoonful of
Hyomei. (Pronounced High-o-me.)
Put voiir head over the bowl and
cover both head and bowl with towel.
Breath the vapor that arises for two
minutes, and Presto! your head is as
clear as a bell and the tightness in the
chest is gone.
Druggists everywhere or Kelly & Pol
lard will 'sell you a bottle of Hyomei
for 50 cents.
Nothing like it was eyer known to
break up a cold, to cure sore throat,
cold on chest or drive away a cough, j
Hyomei is known as the greatest pre- j
scriptiou for catarrh in the world. Itl
western Poultry association at the
dumber of commerce at 8 oclock. to
night. Ir. Homan will read a paper on
the prevention of disease in poultry
and proper care of chickencoops. The
meeting will be open for discussion
along this line.
' GEO. D. FLORY, Catkier.
a IT. BASSETT, Vk Pres. I
Bank & Trust Co.
W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F. M. HCurchison, Asst, Cask. '
H. E. Christie, Secy.
is guaranteed to cure any case of ca
tarrh no matter how long -standing, or
To cure catarrh Hyomei should bo
breathed through a pocket inhaler for
about three oninutes, four or five time
a day. Just pour a few drops into the
hard rubber pocket Inhaler and breathe
it in for a few minutes.
It kills the germs; soothes the irri
tation; heals the inflammation; stops
hawking, spitting and snuffling.
Hyomei keeps the throat free from
mucus and prevents crusts from form
ing in the nose.
The complete Hyomei outfit which In
cludes the little indestructible hard rub
ber inhalerr.a bottle of Hyomei and sim
ple instructions for use. co3ts $1.00.
Separate bottles of Hyomei cost 50 cents
at druggists everywhere, or at Kelly A
Mall orders filled', charges prepaid, by
Booth's Hyomei Co., Buffalo, N. Y.