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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, April 14, 1910.
2To one article adds to or detracts xroma meal more
than Butter. If vour Butter has not pleased von,
try our "MEERITT'S BBAJST)" and see if the su
perior quality of this Butter does not add relish
to your entire meal, jo better Butter churned
than Merritt Brand. Sold only at this store
35c Per Pound
We have just received a fancy lot of Irish Pota
toes from Colorado
15 Pounds for 25c
EXTEA FINE OREGON APPLES
Eoman Beauties and "Wine Saps
$3.25 Per 50-lb. Boxes
iFresh Strawberries, per box : . . .15c
Presh Yalley Asparagus, 2 bunches for 15c
IFresh Florida Grape Fruit, extra fine 10c
Home Made Ginger "Wafers, Box 25c & 50c
Swedish Wafers, box 25c
Baby Educator Crackers for Teething 25c
SEND US YOUR
iVA Bi I J l hR f Ml fii
Should be "the expression of your personal tastes, not
common-place in its decorations, but an individual
treatment. "We would be glad to talk it over with
you and suggest decorative schemes to suit any jDrice
Tuttle Paint " H Glass Co.
The new razor that combines the advantages of all
open blade and "Safety." and eliminates all their faults.
It cannot cut you cannot scrape or pull but shaves you correctly
and with perfect safety.
The DURHAM-DUPLEX OUTFIT consists of Razor. Safetv Guard
Stropping Attachment and six double-edged, hollow-ground blades of te
finest tempered steel; all in handsome leather covered case; PRICE COM
Buy one and try it for 30 cays. If not entirely satisfactory, return
at our expense. a"! vmir itionfv v-ui sa rhpp'"ii-v ref.e'I.
SHELTQET-PAYITE ASMS CO.
11 THE RUY
Distribution of Cask Balance.
Street arc light fund $ 17,088.87
Sanitary - 8,745.61
Police -v - 19,217.47
Fire department 20.731.4S
City engineer's "- 5,275.60
Free Library 2,056.97
Street maintenance 7,588.70
General ,.- -" 1,544.59
Ex. &Deg. salary- 14,306.51
City hall ...--..:..'.....'.... . ,782.53
Special -.-- 3,292.65
"Washington Park -. v . . - 2,400.00
Electrician's -'...v. 49.15
P. & Meter (Special) 1. . !L13.81
Street paving 87;487.57
St & Alley Imp. & Grading . . 29,115.65
Garbage disposal .- 48,751.80
Sewer disposal 47,501.80
Building Inspector 392.11
The Best f
We would like to
have you see our
Before buying your
Texas St. Auto 1151,
City Sealer's 531.38
Water .- 18,160.49
East El Paso grading v 6ioOO.OO
Highland Park .'. 10,000.00
Interest and Sinking fund ... 105,016.51
Disbursements by Departments.
Paving 5 265,109.64
City -hall" ..
Street maintenance '
Sewer , .'. . .' '.".."..
Scavenger -.... A . . .. '. .-. ..
P. & Mefer '; .'..
Interest and exchange
Not anV Milk Trust
The Original and Genuine
The Food Drink for All Ages.
For Infants, Invalids.and Growing children.
PureNutrition,upbuilding the whole body.
Invigorates thenursingmotherand the aged.
Rich milk, malted grain, in ponder form.
A quick Innch prepared in & minnte.
Take no substitute. Ask for HORLICK'S,
Others are imitations.
15 Cents a Pound
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
wO ) 9 if
J btreet and allev improv
ing and grading-
j Charity 2,630.43
! Travelinc ninco(! if nt-
Traveling expenses city of
"Water company investiga
tion Installing city scales
Donation account Irrigation
Photos of city for adver
tising Site for sewer and gar
bage disposal system. . .
Oregon St- storm sewer . .
Repairs lo "cutoff"
Sundry incidental expense
Transfers from one fund to
another . 272,450.18
Total $ 1,127,947.38
Disbursements by Fund.
P. & meter ....
Executive and Leg., salary
Street lighting ..."
Street and alley improve-
ing and grading
City sealer's S40.00
P. and meter (special) 16.04
Total $ 1.127.947.3S
General Fund Warrants.
Outstanding March 31st, 1910.
Issued June. 1908.
Issued March, 190S .
Issued April, 190S.1
Issued June, 1908 -.'...
Issued June, 190S .
Issued June. 1908
Issued June. 190S ,.
Issued July, 1908....'
Issued August. 190S...:...
Issued September, 1908
Issued December Qr.,' 1908.
Issued March Qr., 1909
Issued June Qr., 1909 '36,149.89
Issued September Qr., 1909
Issued December Qr., 1909.
Issued March Qr., 1910
Total $ 316,292.64
In the clerk's report under column 'of
disbursements by funds, you will find
that same totals $1,127,947.3S. Deduct
Paving $ 390,777.65
Street and alley imp. and
Sewer disposal 2,916.40
Garbage disposal ...;::...
Proceeds from the sale of paving bonds
Refunds account intersections $ 64,726.35
Refunds account Houston square 2,284:37
Refunds account excess appropriations 24,167.30
j Collections from property owners to March 31st,
Appropriations transferred andpJ"dered-
Available balance at this date
Streets. ' Amount
South El Paso $ 14.S91.75
Xnrth Kansas 14.S57.15
j "Montana 87,860.36
I North Stanton 16.75S.72
Boulevard 5 6,075.54
Mesa Avenue 31.125.S1
North Oregon 14,376.94
South Oregon - 14,430.92
Total ....- $329,074.44
J Bills payable (executed liens -less
Due on open account
From a capital of $200,620 you have
paved 14 miles of street at a cost of
$329,074.44; you have recollected from
nrooertv owners $125,163.14; you have
i on hand notes secured by liens on prop
; erty to the amount of $64,616.; you
have on your books still due from prop-
a,- nnmrc 9Q 843.33. and you have an
v...... , -r ,---- , ,
available cash balance on nauu ui -. ,
669.96 Tvhich will be used ror paving
' .. t- ie.ctntPTnPHt
vou will observe that this system in
augurated by you is being successfully
City attorney W. M. Coldwell reports
the institution of six suits for damages
against the city, amounting to ?o,uou,
alleged to have beeu occasioned by pub
lic improvements. The attorney has
examined and reported upon 641 pav
ing contracts. No judgments of any
nature have been rendered against the
citv. Assistant city attorney Volnejj
Brown has secured the conviction of
3399 defendants in the corporation court,
tried 2101, acquitals and had assessed
$19,022 In fines.
The recommendation is earnestly made
that you apply to the next legislature
to amend the city charter so as to- en
able vou to increase the size of the city
limits. The suggestion is made that
the new limits include the entire addi
tion of Highland Park, all of Military
Heights addition, south of McKInney
street, all of Grand View addition, south
of McKInlev street, all of Altura Park
addition, all of Government Hill addi
tion, all of East El Paso addition, all
of French addition, all of Lincoln Park
addition, all of Tobin's second aadition,
air of Orchard Park addition, all of Val
Verde addition and all territory lying
south of the county road immediately
east of Hadlock's and south to the river.
The additional territory herein men
tioned has all the advantages of inside
city property, in that it enjoys street
car servlee. city water, electric light,
gas, telephone and all the conveniences
enjoyed by property owners within the
present city limits. I do not believe that
the owners of propertyv in these addi
tions will object to being incorporated
in the city of El Paso, because of the
fact that their property derives its value
because of its location with reference to
this city, if you would eliminate the
city of El Paso, these additions would
have no value as resident property,
therefore, I believe that they should
bear their proportion of maintaining the
some otner street, num i" ,
! Paving intersections
j Total 5 644,239.23
j This amount being expended from
j money in bond funds and not from
eroneral revenue, leaves a balance of
! S4S3.70S.25. cost of maintaining all de-
; partments of municipal government.
tk ,,i r,,..i vma nn apparent
1I1C dldbl A.U..U At -
deficit of $316,292.64. Of this amount,
deduct $107,900, which was issued for
j purchase of land in opening of West
San Antonio street and North Kansas
J street. 110.000 in street opening
J bonds having been sold to cover same;
also deduct S67.010.72, cost of paving
! street intersections and it would leave
' a deficit of $.41,381.92 from which de-
! duct S9.562.04 cash in ereneral fund and
i it leaves an actual deficit of S131.S19.SS
! as against $184.7S3.92 a year ago,
I difference of $42,964.04.
It is not improper to call to your
attention xne iact cnat nuee jcaio a., .
' when you assumed control of the city j
government, you lounu avtiuA.iuai....-
$300,000 In floating warrants, and an
j funds absolutely exhausted, no money
being In same to enable you to pur
chase necessary supplies and pay run
ning expenses; city warrants were dis
counted at from 10 to 20 percent; the
city was one year behind on all funds.
After your management for three
years, we find the floating debt 100
percent less, expenses for all depart
percent less, expend r "; ""-
ments have been paid uptodate. ana
there is a cash balance in the treasury
approximating $375,933.95, with whicn
tn maintain the trovernment during the
ensuing 12 months.
To illustrate, when you assumed of-
fice, the fire department fund was
empty of cash, and a debt was floating
agrinst same. Today your debt Is re
tired, expenses for the year are paid
and you have S25.26S.33 cash in the
treasury with which to maintain the
1 department during the ensuing year;
all other city departments are in the
same condition, having a handsome
j cash balance on hand, as is evidenced
bj- the treasurers report.
Our financial condition has at no pre
vious time been better than it is to
day, and this can be attributed to the
fact that upon assuming your present
positions, you considered that the con
fidence reposed in you by the citizens
of El Paso was in the nature of a
sacred trust, and you have acted ac
cordingly and sought to give to El Paso
your best and most earnest efforts.
During your administration the coun-
j try has been in a state of financial de-
pression, brought about by excessive
j greed, oppressive selfishness, and the
i management of -our national affairs
for the benefit of the classes, instead of
, the great mass of common people who
J constitute the strength of the republic;
i hiit irrpsnpr.tirp nf the condition Of the
t money market, we have experienced
j during these years more progress in
j industrial and municipal advancement
j than in any previous period of the
All city warrants ror previous years
have been retired excepting those Is
sued last year.
Revolving Pavinc: Fund.
The following statement demon-
strates the manner In which this fund
is being operated, and shows the pres
ent condition of the finances of this
-Engineer's Estimate of Cost
one-fifth) , $ 64,616.77
city government. The incorporation of
these additions in the city -would in
crease your taxable values about $1S,
000,000 thereby admitting- of a decided
reduction in the tax rate.
3Ior Pay for Mayor.
The recommendation is also anade
that you apply to the legislature for an
amendment permitting of a raise in the
salary paid the mayor. It should be in-
vieasea to $tuuu per year. The time nas
lonsr QinrCk nacca1 iTliAn 4-Vkfc sii-r o n
Y. , i'u'I,"-u "cu uuo ..j -..
u.nuru to asK a citizen to devote his
entire time to the city's affairs as a
I miatter of honor, to the exclusion of his
private business. The mayor of the city
is the financial and business manager
of the largest corporation -within the
city, and upon his ability and integrity
depends the future progress and pros
perity of this city and the comfort,
health and happiness of its citizens. EI
Paso is not a charitable institute and
should not ask for the service of any of
I its cltlzfelis withniit- Tinvinsr thAin as ii
business proposition, a salary com
mensurate with the importance of the
position, and which will compare favor
ably -with salaries paid by private and
quasi public corporation for smilar
Referendum and Recnll.
The recommendation is also made that
you have the charter amended including
therejn the referendum and recall.
The result of this will be, that when
an official becomes obnoxious, dishon
est or careless, it then lies within the
province of the citizens to remove aim
from office. The referendum will re
quire .the mayor and council to submit
to a vote of the citizens all propositions
contemplating the grant of a franchise;
this Is a protective measure with which
every city should clothe itself.
A Charity Fiiud.
I further recommend that you create
a fund known as the mayor's fund, and
allow him from $75 to $100 per anonth to
be used as his judgment dictates. I jnaKe
this recommendation because it has
been my experience that out of a sal
ary of $3000 per year, I have been coni
peled by force of circumstances to de
nate from $1200 to $1500 annually in re
sponse to the demands made upon the
office. This money is not injudiciously
expended, but Is brought about by a
strong combination of circumstances,
necessitating same in behalf of the en
tire community. This condition should
not be permitted to continue because
there are few men -who are finr.acially
able to abandon their personal affairs,
devote their entire time to the city and I
j From general:
FVT DEFE1TIXG EXTR VORD1X VRY. r"
SLENDER Margaret Knolly, now, if
you please. The fascinating leading
lady of the Bijou, now more fascinat
ing than ever, astonished all her
friends on Broadway the other day by
presenting to their admiring gaze a
svelt and willowy form in place of the
plump, not to say fat. outlines with
which she gaily sailed away to new
triumphs and foreign shores last Janu
ary. After a good deal of diplomatic
cross examination from interested fat
acquaintances the secret was cautious
ly whispered to a few dear friends,
with the result that everybody knows
It now. It was not exercise, nor fast
ing, nor sea air. nor worry about her
new venture that had brought about
this wonderful willowy, change in. the
nothing but a simple mixture which all
j good druggists are familiar with and
can supply at small cost, towit: One-
half ounce Marmola, one-half ounce
, . , nnphalf ounces Pennermint
TVater. "Grown folks need a teaspoon
ful after meals and at .bedtime," ex
plained the now slender Margaret- "It
is simply wonderful. It takes off the
fat quickly, as much as a pound a day,
and keeps it off. You can eat what you
like. too. In that respect it is unlike
anything of the kind I ever heard of,
and besides It has another splendid
feature It is entirely harmless, and
will not cause wrinkles. I think it is
about as essential a toilet article for
the woman who is fat and wants to
get thinner as face powder. In order
to get the best results, however, you
should buy the Marmola in the orig
inal package and mix it In with the
other two Ingredients after you get
then donate one-half of their salary for
the city's benefit.
I desire to announce that I have in
formation to the effect that the rate of
gas will be reduced by the local com
pany within a short' period of time. The
' reduction will possibly give El Paso
$1.35 or $1.30 gas. This is the third
reduction that has been voluntarily
made by this corporation within a pe
riod of three years and demonstrates the
I & c .JsBBSaM i
t IPillJI M
Margaret Knolly. 9 iJf
-- .. r-i i - ui iue scuuuia iiic luiiuniug uuiuuui, t
are reasonable and just to their patrons j-.
in a .community where the citizens are permanent improvements, ma
inclined to accord investing capital an ( chinery, furniture, fix
opportunity to develop their plant, pro- tures. heating plants, side-
duce their product and earn a reason
able return upon their investment. The
development of a city's resources can
only be accomplished by inducing for
eign capital to invest and affording it
ample opportunity for development. All
I i.npnnMtlnnc rf a mihli cir min?i nublio
j nnture ilicludins tne railroads are work-
ing in perfect harmony with the admin
istration in an effort to make El Paso
a better, more beautiful and prosperous
It is also recommended that the city
charter be so amended as to require the
mayor to appoint a board of police com
missioners and fire commissioners, con
sisting of five members each, subject to
the approval of the city council for the
purpose of governing these two depart
ments. I believe that these city depart
ments have reached a higher state of
efficiency during the past two years
while under the direction of such a
board than at any other previous period
of the city's history.
The public schools have steadily been
improving in their curriculum, Increas
ing their capacity and Increasing in at
tendance, until today we have and are
equipped with magnificent modern school
houses which will compare favorably
with the best school buildings of other
cities of America. "We are fortunate In
possessing in incomparable corps of
peaqhers, constituting practically the
pick of the southwest. The majority of
our teachers come from north and east
Texas, principally fram Houston, Gal
veston, Dallas, Waco, Sherman, Fort
Worth and San Antonio. We are enabled
to secure the services of these teachers
from other points, because of the fact
that we do not seek to economize in our
schools at the financial expense of the
teachers, but seek to remunerate them
for their experience and ability In a
manner calculated to enable them not
merely to exist but to live In a respect
able and comfortable manner.
Last summer the school board showed
its appreciation of the services rendered
by the teachers and allowed them a
summer salary; not only last year, but
for years past our teachers have de
served this tardy recognition, and I sin
cerely trust that future school boards
will be sufficiently broad minded to
make the action of last year a rule to
be followed in the future. The average
American citizen Is loud in his praise
Of OUr JcllOOls and is Incst-lv nrmiil nf
the system and -Its record, but he seldom j
stops to think" of the thousands of
American women who are gradually
wearing their lives away on beggarly
salaries for the purpose of making that
Said a lady on opening her first
pkg. of crisp, golden-brown
Then, after eating them with
cream, she added, "they taste even
better than they look, and "
''The Memory Lingers' '
Pkgs. 10c and- 15c
Postum Cereal Company, Ltd.,
Battle Creek, IMich.
Special Notice J e e .just received an ex-
tensive shipment of the new
Opera'7 brand waists.
come tomorrow. This brand of waists is well known
to the women of El Paso and, we feel sure, this mere
announcement will crowd the Waist Section tomorrow.
I JiMaiMMB HiiimijeiMi mmmmmagMm
Hundreds of useful remnants will be on sale to
morrow wash goods of all kinds, drapery materials,
dress goods, table linens and every other kind of
If you have little girls to dress, you cannot af
ford to miss this Remnant Sale. Many of the wash
goods remnants are sufficient for dainty little frocks.
All remnants and short lengths that have accum
ulated since last Eriday will be on sale tomorrow at
proud record, and carrying on that
The average man who attacks public
school .officials, usually earns several
100 percent more than the teacher, has
less exacting duties, does not perform
one-half of the labor and has 'ess re
finement and education.
From June 1, lu9, to March 31, 1910,
there has been expended for the benefit
walks, paving, repairs In
buildings, libraries, etc. ...$ 35,407.89
Teachers' salaries 135,335.75
Other employes and janitors. 10,419.20
Miscellaneous expenses, fuel, ,
insurance, water, light, gas,
and power, stationery,
printing, interest, supplies
for janitors, etc 14,863.93
Total expenditures .. ..$196,026.77
State appropriation, $6.25 per
capita $ 43,700.00
Interest on county school
lands ...... 4,000.00
City appropriation, $.441S on
28,000,000 valuation .. 123.704.00
Total appropriation . . $170,700.00
The general laws and city .charter
contemplate the necessity of a 50 cents
tax rate upon which to operate our
school. This rate has never been grant
ed by the council because the council
has not considered it necessary and has
not had the necessary margin in the tax
During the past year it became neces
sary to remodel buildings, make per
manent improvement and instal steam,
heating plants, build sidewalks,- pay
for street paving, instal manual
training equipment and purchase li
braries: this cost the schools $35,407.89,
heretofore it has been the practice of
school boards to ask for a bond issue
for permanent improvements, fastening
upon the people for a period of 20 years
a bonded debt drawing 5 per;ent In
terest; this year the school board ig
noring the free advice of supposed
financiers, sought to carry the deb$, a
determination upon its part, whicttj.rich
ly merits the approval of every"think
ing business man.
For teachers' salary was . expended,
$135,335.75; this was necessary, to at
tempt to reduce this would seriously
impair the schools, and result in cheap
teacjiers and cheaper education. For
other employes, such as secretary of
scnooi ooaru, treasurer, MeuugKipud
to superintendent, superintendent s jan-
itors, etc., $10,419.20. You could econo
mize by discharging the janitors, but
the state health regulations would not
permit and the city sanitary department
could not be utilized for fumigation as
it Is elsewhere employed.
Fuel, insurance, water, light, gas and
power, stationery, printing, Interest and
janitor's supplies, $14,S63.93. All seem i
to be necessary adjuncts to a modern '
Eliminating $35,407.59 cost or per
manent improvements leaves a balance
of $160.618.SS cost of maintaining the
public schools for 10 months and de
ducting same from $l0.i00 school ap
proDriation leaves $10,051.12 surplus.
"Intelligent Men's 3ILstakes.
Many intelligent men seem to Ignore
the fact that the schools operate one
year behind. To Illustrate: For past
year expenses, taxes are collected this
year, the schools operate from Septem
ber to May; taxes for the city are col
lected in March, the state awards Its ap
propriation in November, so if we would
permanently close the schools in May
nnd cease to operate them in the future,
we would still be entitled to the state
appropriation, which would pay all
school debts and leave a surplus in the
treasury. i,o you can readily see nar
the school finances are in good condi
tion. The schools have issued $19G,02o.?7 in
warrants since .June 1, 1909, of that
a-'-ount the treasurer has retire SI 16,
4S3.5S, leaving a balance of ?79.51?..19,
from which deduct $1S.60S.01. cash on
hand, leaving $60,935.18, with about 15
percent of the school tax deIIin;ui-iiT, so
vou tan see how previously th schools
have been (misrepresented by indi
viduals, who evidently were sincere. The
s-hools are in splendid condition ir
respective of reports hysterical and oth
erwise to the contrary. As far as. I can
t-hserve the present board members have
discharged their respective duties hon
estly, faithfully and ably and are en
titled to the thanks of the entire com
munity, instead of abuse and nialicious
Insinuations of dishonestly and inability.
School Under the Muyor.
The assaults upon the honor and In
tegrity of school trustees for the pur
pose of advancing the political prestige
of any individual is to be deprecated
Ask to see them when you
and, therefore, I would recommend that
you submit to the taxpayers the ques
tion of placing the schools under the di
rect supervision of the mayor and hold
ing him responsible for same. I would
most earnestly advocate that all at
tempts at retrenchment in the public
schools be vigirously resisted; our
schools today are run entirely too eco
nomically. The policy of attempting to
economize in our educational institutions
is extremely dangerous and will impair
our schools and reflect upon the intelli
gence of the community. If we must
have economy, cut down the police fores,
discharge the firemen and cease pro
jecting public Improvements, it may ba
detrimental to the city, but It will not
affect the education of the rising gen
eration. In conclusion, I cannot refrain from
recommending a redisricting of the
county commissioners' precincts. EL
Paso city contains four-fifths of the
population of the county, owns four
fifths of the values and contributes
four-fifths of the taxes and still it is
governed by the valley. Funds collected
In this precinct should, be expended
here and the city should have represen
tation upon: the board of commissioners
to correspond with its importance. The
citizens of El Paso can accomplish this
result by advocating the?creatlon of a
new county which will better conserve
the interest of the city.
Jos. TJ. Sweeney. Mayor.
AUTO IS BURSTED
AT MIDLAND, TEXAS
Two Men Are Injured and
the Machine Is Wholly
Midland, Tex, April 14. Yesterday
afternoon an automobile belonging- to E.
G. King, a prominent ranchman and
merchant, of Midland, caught fire just
as it approached Abilene street.
Suddenly and without a moment's
warning, the flames shot np around tha
car, slightly burning the chauffeur. Col
lie McDonald, and seriously burning
Dee Murphy, son of judge L. M. Mur
phy, who was sitting in the rear seat.
He and the driver jumped out and tha
burning car ran into, a -wagon on tha
street and was completely destroyed
within- 30-minutes. -
It was an Overland roadster of th
1909 type and was not insured.
j REQUISITION ASKED FOR
A MILLIONAIRE GRAFTER
larrisburg, Pa April 14. Governor
Stewaxt todav sisnfJ a. TrmfrfHrrt on
governor Hughes, of New York, for the
return to Pennsvlvania. -of Frank K.
return to Pennsylvania -of Frank K.
Hoffstat, a millionaire steel manufac
turer, -wanted in Pittsburg- on charge
A Skin of Beauty is a ucy Foravor.
R. T. FoHx Gouraua's Oriental
Cream or Magical Boautifler.
BeaoT Taa, Ptaples,
Freciles, Moti Fetches",
acd Sita vuezses.
sad every Qieiaua
ob beauty, and de
fies detection. It
has stood Use ttst
of S3 years, and
Is so harmless -wa
la properly made.
Accept no corater.
felt of similar
nazie. Dr. L, A.
Sayre said to a
lady of the haut
toa (a patient):
"JLs you lzc-u
will nsa them,
'Gearnad'A Oraam as the least harmful of all the
siin preparation.- For sale by all drunn Vi
Goods Dealers in the United States, Caaa-ia. and Europe.
FEBD.T.H0PH8S, Fng 37 MJcaes Sired HwYuk
IMPERIAL ECZEMA CURE.
This Liquid Ued Externally Win Curw.
Imperial Remedy will cure you. It.
has cured thousands throughout Texas
and the South. Among them are Hon.
Ben E. Cabell, mayor of Dallas; Sydney
Smith, secretary State Fair. Dallas,
Tex.; Mary Filson, 1417 Carondelet.
New Orleans: wife of Dr. R. Atkinson,
San Marcos. Tex.; G. L.ogan. 206 Barrera
street, San Antonio, Tex.
Imperial Remedy is nice, clean liquid
and gives prompt relief. It Immediate
ly opens up t116 pores, works its way
through the epidermis to the under or
true skin. It goes to the very seat of
the trouble, purifies the diseased par's
and leaves the skin pure, clear, soft and
A full dollar size bottle sent on re
ceipt of $1 if your druggist does not
supply you. Imperial Medicine Com
pany. Houston, Tex. Adv.
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