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Thursday, Sept. 22, 1910.
Buy lots in the new town of El Oanutillo, 13 miles north of El Paso on
the Santa Fe R H and the new macadam rood, backed by thousands of
acres of rich valley land in cultivation. El Oanutdllo has been an important
shipping point for yeai-s and now takes tfoe same freight rates to East
Texas points as Ysleta and Clint. New station now building and numerous
stores and warehouses being planned.
Business lots $40 to $100. Residence lots $20 and $25. We have a few ten
acre farms, rich, level land on the county road, close to the town, at $100
per acre, 1-4 cash, Jbalance 1, 2 and 3 years, 8 percent.
El Casiui Illo Land and
JAMES A. MURDOCH, E. K. TALBOT, Agents.
OFFJCE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING.
' AUTOMOBILES AT YOUR SERVICE.
Nightmare, Restlessness and
Bightsweats All Causea
Half of tne nervousness in the world,
a.11 of the disturbing- dreams and night
mares can be ended in a few -weeks by
a. simple, inexpensive treatment guaran
teed by Kelly & Pollard.
Upset stomach is the cause of nerv
ousness and bad dreams. Your food is
lying- in your stomach undigested and
fermenting; it is forming poisonous
gases which irritate the pneumogastric
1 nerve that leads direct from the brain,
and endb in'a network of tiny branches
running- through the -stomach.
It is also the irritation xf this great
pneumogastric nerve 'tnat causes head
aches Manv times neonle have severe
headaches and know they are caused i
by the stomacli, but do not know how.
If you are nervous, have dreams or
nightmare, and do not sleep sound at
night, get a 50 cent box of MI-O-NA
stomach tablets and take one or two
after or with meals. MI-Q-XA stomach
tablets relieve distressed stomach in 5
minutes. Sold by Kelly & Pollard and
druggists everywhere, who guarantee
MI-O-NA to cure indigestion, or money
MI-O-NA is the most efficienf pre
scription for indigestion ever written.
It nas been successfully used in every
disease "of the stomacli. For nausea,
belching of gas, constipation, sea and
car sickness, and vomiting of preg
nancy it has no equal. "Write Booth's
MI-O-NA, Buffalo, N. Y., for free trial
Crawford & Gottwald
Planing mill and office, 1200 Mo. St. I
I Low prices on Sash, Doors, and Win-
Store and Office Fixtures.
IS FORMALLY DEDICATED
Mexican and American Officials Attend
the Opening in Automobiles;
Champagne Supper Given.
Xoraes, Ariz., Sept. 22. The newly
completed Novates-Altar wagon road has
been formally dedicated bv a partj' of
prominent business men and officials of
"Kojrales, Sonora, and Xopales. Arizona.
T3ie part which went in three auto
mobiles, was composed of judge Luis G.
Martinez, Manuel Samperio, mayor
Clausen. Bracv Curtis, Mexican consul
Montes, collector O'Keefe, American con- j
kiiI "Dve. A Mascarenas, E. Miller, r.
Sandoval. W- TV. Oarney, M. Escalada,
liauion Tasquez and A. Carpena.
On the return a champagne spread
was had in the Ramirez theater. where
speeches and an official notification by
a telegram signed b- all. to governor
Torres, was sent.
Millinery opening tonight. Calisher's.
Nic H. Carson has returned from a
visit to Mineral Wells.
A Marvel For Sore Feet. Acts Right Off
Sore Feet? Never After Using TIZ
Good-bye sore feet, aching feet,
swollen feet, sweaty feet, smelling feet,
Good-bye corns, callouses and bun
ions and raw spots.
you've never tried anything like TIZ
before for your feet, it is different
from anything ever before sold.
It acts at once and makes the feet
feel remarkably fresh and sore-proof.
TIZ is not a powder. Powders and
other foot remedies 4 clog up the pores.
TIZ draws out all poisonous exuda
tions which bring on soreness of the
feet, and is the -Qnly remedy that does.
TIZ cleans out every pore and glorifies
the feet your feet.
You'll never limp again or draw up
your face in pain, and you'll forget
about your corns, bunions and cal
louses. You'll feel like a new person.
If you don't find all this true after
trying a box of TIZ, you can get .your
money right back.
TIZ is for sale at all druggists at 25
nonfc T.r hnr. or it will hp spnt vmi
direct, if you wish, from "Walter Iuther '
Todge & Co., Chicago, 111. Recommend
ed and sold by Knoblauch Drug Co.,
jrthi II It 10 i
is the Time;
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Justice of the supreme court, James
E. Garrigues. '
Superintendent of public instruction,
Mrs. Helen M. Nixon.
Railroad commissioner, Sheridan S.
Regents state university, Miss Anna
Wolcott, W. J. King. "
Congressman at large, I. N. Stevens,
Mjss Wolcott is the sister of a for
mer senator, and conducts a school for
young women in Denver. She has a
brother at Alamogordo, New Mexico.
Former governor Jesse F. McDonald
was chosen state chairman.
BARNES'S OAVX DISTRICT
GOES FOR ROOSEVELT.
New York, Sept. 22. Old guard
leaders' who are fighting for control
of the Republican state convention at
Saratoga next -week -were admittedly
surprised when news reached them
that the supporters of colonel Roose
velt had carried the Schenectady coun
ty Republican convention and had in
structed its delegates to the state con
vention to support Col. Roosevelt for
temporary chairman and to favor di
Schenectady and Albany counties
comprise the 23d congressional dis
trict, which is represented on the Re
publican state committee by AVm.
Barnes, jr., one of the most aggressive
of the "old guard" leaders and hith
erto regarded as invincible.
TAWXEY SAYS DEMOCRATS
BEAT HIM AT THE POLLS.
"Winona, Minn., Sept. 22. Congress
man James A. .Tawney has given' out
a statement concerning the result of
the primary election in he first dis
trict of Minnesota which nominated
Sidney Anderson, of Ianssboro, for
congress by a majority estimated at
from 2500 to 3000.
"My defeat cannot be charged to
the bolt of Republicans," he said. "In
j seven of 10 counties in this district,
there was no contest for any Demo
cratic nomination. One vote, therefore,
in these counties would nominate the
Democratic candidates. Throughout
the 'primary campaign, the Democrats
talked against me and worked for my
opponent. They boldly declared they
would vote for him in order to defeat
me. Under our primary law this could
not be prevented"
CONGRESSMAN MOXDELL IS
- SERIOUSLY ILL, IX WYOMIXG.
Sheridan, Wyo., Sept. 22. Congress
man Frank W. Mondell, Wyoming's
only representative in the house, is cri
tically 111 at his home in New Castle
and reports are that his condition is
growing worse. Hjs attended the Re
publican state convention at Rawlins
and after returning home suffered
Mr. Mondell is president of the Dry
Farming congress, which meets Octo
ber 3 at Spokane, Wash, and may not
be able to attend fche congress.
He is chairman of the public lands
committee of ,he house.
PAYS VISIT TO ROOSEVELT.
Oyster Bay, N. Y., Sept. 22. The Re
publican whip of the house, represen
tative John Dwight, of Binghampton,
-n. i., made his first visit to Sagamore
Hill yesterday to tell expresident
Roosevelt that he was with him in his
fight for the control of the Republican
Millinery opening tonight. Calisher's.
Millinerj' opening tonight. Calisher's.
ON YSLETA RAKCH
Dr. ST. T. Moore the Crack
Shot; San Jose School
Opens October 1.
Ysleta, Tex., Sept. 22. Dr. X. T.
Moore, of Ei Paso, while spending a
night at -his ranch shot and killed a
large wildcat. The animal weighed 40
E. Percy Peterman has resigned as
manager of the Sunset poultry ranch
and E. E. Faust of EI Paso has taken
"V . D. Lansden lias returned from El
Paso, where he attended 'the meeting of
the real estate men.
Sam J. Bean of Las Cruces is the
guest of friends here.
Mrs. fiillem has returned from Knox
ville, Tenn. She was accompanied home
by her mouher, who will spend the vin
ter with her daughter, Mrs. X W. B.
The San Jose school will open October
1. Mrs. Gillem will be the teacher.
Ranger Winn of Maria is visiting
Max Schutz is away""on an extended
business trip. This is Mr. Sdiutz's first
trip since his recent illness.
Millinery opening tonight. Calisher's.
Phone Ardoin's for channel cat.
Millinery opening tonight. Calisher's.
About the Only Girl
HE Old Gentleman settled him
self comfortably in his well
broken leather chair, after pre
viously placing his cigar and custo
mary mineral water within easy reach.
He did this with great deliberation
and calmness, finally crossing one
plump lr.g over the other and unbut
toning the two lower buttons of his
"Now, go ahead, Bill," he said.
"Wait a moment. Have a cigar."
"I'll smoke -my pipe, sir," said the
young man, who strongly resembled
him. In turn, he settled himself in
his chair and made a protracted busi
ness of filling and lighting his black
"All set?" inquired the Old Gentle
man at last. i
"All set, sir," replied Bill. He pull
ed steadily at his pipe.
"I guess I covered the ground pret
ty thoroughly in my letter."
"Oh, no you didn't," said the Old
Gentleman. "That's just what you
didn't do, my son. You covered three
sheets of note paper pretty thorough
ly, but the only thing I could get out
of It was that you had met a girl that
you thought you wanted to marrj-."
"Thought," echoed Bill.
"That's what I gathered," said the
uia Gentleman, calmly. "You do think
so, don't you?"
"I'm going to marry her," declared
Bill, very positively indeed.
Unimportant Little Details.
"Oh!" said the Old Gentleman. "1
thought you said something about get
ting my consent."
"Of course I want to get your con
sent, sir," said the young man.
"But if you don't, you'll manage to
rub along without it. Is that about
the size of it, son?"
Bill looked embarrassed. "I know
that the minute you see her, you'll
approve," he hedged. "I knew that
all along. All you've got to do is just
to see her, sir. She's about the "
"Don't blush, Bill," said the Old Gen
tleman. "Go right ahead. That's what
I want, to know what she is. I'll try
to help you out a little. In the first
place, has she got any money?"
"I'm sure I don't know," replied the
young man. "It was very careless of
me, but I neglected asking her."
"Naturally, an unimportant little de
tail like that," said the Old Gentleman,
"To be frank with you. I don't think-
she's got a cent," said Bill.
"Well, if a woman has everv nthfr
desirable attribute, one can sometimes
afford to dispense with money," said
the Old Gentleman, "particularly ir
one's father has scads of it."
"See here, Dad," remonstrated Bfll.
"Oh, I know you didn't count on
that," said the Old Gentleman. "You're
just thdt kind of a chap. She is beau
tiful as a dream, isn't she?"
"She's a mighty good looking girl,"
said Bill, rather sulkilv
"She's just about right,
too short and not too tall.'
"H-m!" continued the Old Gentle
man. "How about her nose, now Gre
cian, Roman or snub? Or have you
v "It's a very nice kind of a nose." salrt
(Continued from Page One.)
the former Union soldiers, but from
"In all cities, when possible," he
aid, "I urged joint meetings of the
blue and the gray. We had many gath
erings of this character, and no more
loyal and patriotic sentiments were
ever uttered than by the men who
fought on the other side.
"Are you not pleased to learn that
our comrades are living in peace and
harmonv with our latft enrafps? TMq
j is as it should be. Both armies were
composed of brave men and they should
and do mutually respect each other.
We of the north can testify that no
I braver troops were ever marshaled for
conflict than our late enemies and we
now realize that no men ever made
greater sacrifices for what they be
lieved to be right than -our former
"Comrades, we were the victors, and
we can afford to be magnanimous to
our old foes. It is easy for the victor
to forgive, but when the vanquished
absolves himself from all , bitterness
he has truly gained the most cherished !
trait of a noble character. We won
they lost. "We returned to our homes
with shouts of victory ringing in our
ears our cause triumphant. They
were defeated, their cause lost, and
thftv returned to hnmw rioatrrwaA
barns etypty, money worthless, slaves '
tree and rum ail about them. Any but V1 "uaiueas xnp io tne eastern staes to
a brave people would have yielded to j cay-
these adverse, conditions not so with
them. Bravely as they fought during
the war, tbey now fought the battles
of life, and the splendid growth and
devlopments of the south since the
close of the war is the south's grand
est and most enduring monument.
United as we are now, our country is
destined to make a new era of progress
Ave have by our united efforts advanced
to the highest pinnacle of fame, and
become a mighty world power with our
influence every where potential. TVho
does nof rejoice that our union Is one '
and indivisible, and
will remain so
G-TJEST OF CITY
(Continued From I'o.se One.7
cock said. "I had left there before
the election and the report that lwas
there again after the election wa a
.mistake. There is nothing new in the
political situation as far as I know," ho
said. "I have been in the west for a
vacation trip. I felt that I needed a
rest and decided to coie to the west.
I am feeling fine now and am going
back to "Washington for work."
Here Only Few 3Ilnutes.
Postmaster general Hitcncock was in
EM Paso but 18 minutes, leaving on the
limifed for the east. He was accom
panied to Alamogordo by postmaster
Sniitn, who had a conference with
him regarding the new postoffice and
political conditions in the district. Mr.
Hitchcock looked the picture of .health
while 1 -e, and is the same dapper
young man who was here with presi
dent Taft during the Taft-Diaz cele
bration last fall.
Millinery opening tonight. Calisher's. I
"What color eyes?"
Some Red Hair Pretty.
"Does that mean red hair?"
"No, sir; not on your life," replied
"Calm yourself," urged the Old Gen
tleman. "Some red hair is pretty. 1
suppose I'm boring you with my ques
tions, but I wanted to get an idea of
what my future daughterinlaw was
like. Medium height, nice nose and
blue eyes. Is she inclined to plump
ness, or has she a slender form?"
"It's just about right," said Bill.
"If I could see her" began the Old
"That's what I want you to do," said
Bill, eagerly. "I. propose"
"If I could see her, I could punch a
better description of her on a railroad
ticket than the one you're giving me,"
continued the Old Gentleman. "Is she
one of these highly educated young
"Not too highly educated," said Bill.
"Just educated enough."
"I see. How about accomplish
ments?" "She plays," answered Bill, "and
"Divinely, of course?"
"Well, I like to listen to her."
"Do you think she could get up at
5 in the morning and do a week's
washing by noon?"
"I don't think she'll ever have to,"
"Any other accomplishments?"
"I thinic so, biu haven paid .?ny
particular attention' to them. What
you want to do is to see lie., dad."
"Given to athletics?"
"Not sickly, I hope?" ,
"You wouldn't think so if vou saw
Bill seemed a little at fault. "Well,
not so amiable you'd want to throw
things at her," he replied. "Just about
"Is she seriously inclined, or dis
posed to be giddy?"
'JiiMt an Average Girl."
"Just "about right- She can be seri
ous when there's any need of it, and
she can be as giddy as the next one
when she takes a notion. She's not
silly, if that's .what you mean. And
she ain't soulful."
"Just an average sort of a girl, 1
imagine,"' sa'd the Old Gentleman.
"Well, that's about all I could expect."
' "Bill got red in the face. "An aver
age sort of 'a girl!" he exclaimed.
"Well, say! Average! I never saw a
girl in my life that could come within
a mile of her, and I've seen some that
were supposed to have considerable
class. She's got 'em all skinned. If
anybody can show me a girl one-third
of one percent of what Bessie is, I
can tell him that he's got a prize, and
no phoney jewelry at that. She's a
wonder; that's what she is. How she
ever managed to put up with a dub
like me keeps me guessing. Father,
3-ou've got the biggest surprise of your
life in store for y.ou if you've got the
impression that she's an average girl.
I tell you there's not another girl in
the world like her. That's right. 1
I had the sense to realze that as soon
as we were introduced."
"That's all right. Bill,", said the Old
Gentleman, wearily. "But I wish you
could give me some idea of what she
- ".r "? . "J aimea tne
"-"'i' a uecu leiung you all
LAKEWOOD WELL WATER
IS CAUSE OF DRUNKS
Cows Drink From Trough at Oriental
and Are Immediately Affected, "
According to Reports.
Roswell X 3L, Sept. 22.-Jame3W.
Uood, of Lakewood, is responsible for
the statement that a well has been found
at Oriental, six miles south of Lakewood,
in Eddv count-, that has water that
intoxicates and that two cows got drunk
bj- drinking the water
-i -P wIeU. is 316 fefc deeP anl stands
lo0 feet in water. The water is as
clear as crystal and looks good. Two
thirsty cows drank from the trough and
- v,A u .memaras tney oegan
to tremble and stagger.
DURAN MAN DIES OF
m FEVER; DURAN PERSONALS
Duran X. M., Sept. 22. Laurie H.
.Bourne, IS vears of nm ;,! t, c
i typhoid fever. He was a 'member of the
..uuumun oi tne w orid, and was buried
with the honors of that ordfr.
C. V. Drew went to El Paso to met
his wife and famih-, who spent the- sum
mer m Orange, Tex.
Roy Snodgrass will soon have his new
meat market building complete, and
readj' to serve his customers.
There has been an epidemic of typhoid
fever for the last three weeks, but no
new cases have shown in the last week.
banche: Broi. & company are adding
an extension to their building to r.ceom"
muuaxe ineir trade.
pf- .r- HJI! returned from an extend-
Food That Makes It a Pleasure.
"I have a larg2 amount of laborious
brain-fatiguing work to do," writes a
young lady from Richmond, Va "After
returning from the office. I have found
myseJf so completely exhausted that 1
was unable to engage in any recreation
"I tried several expensive tonics with
out effect, and finallv nntivin .. ,i
vertisement of Grape-Nuts as a food
recommended to brain workers, I pur
chased a package and tried it.
"I found it extremely palatable, and
after a week's use (two meals of it a
day) I noticed a general improvement
in my condition. The feeling of ex
treme exhaustion was growing less, and
strength visibly increased.
"I began to put on flesh and flt
, ready to enter into the amusements of
tne otner members of the family, and
now after using the food for eleven
months, I am like a new person. I do
not nave the sensation of fatigue; my
brain is clear; eyes bright; skin rosy
and healthy and my muscles have
strengthened to a marked degree.
'I am now able to walk from the of
fice home, a distance of 34 miles, up
one of the steepest hills for which' our
city is famous, and to engage in any
amusements that may come In my wav.
"I am also using Postum with excel
lent results. My sister-in-law, who lives
in Xorwalk, Conn., writes me that she
uses It also, and has not suffered from
the distressing sick headaches she for
Read "The Road to "Wellville," founl
in pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Ever rend the above letter A new
one appears from tfnte to time. They
are genuine, true, and full of human
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py; connection pfz
m with the W
JIJnI. sou&enirs I 1
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MAST SAVED FROM
DEATH AT CANANEA
Found in Eoom Bleeding Al
most to Death Had
Cananea, Son., 'ilex., Sept. 22. J. S.
King was found with the veins of his
left wrist severed, in a precarious con
dition, in his room at the Sonora hotel.
The officers were at once notified and
he was taken to the municipal hospital,
where he will recover.
King came to Cananea and rssstered
from Norfolk, Va. In the evening he
loitered about the bar until 11 eclock,
playing billiards, and then went to his
room. The next morning while the
Chinaman was at work about the hotel,
he noticed the door of King's room ajar.
He pushed the door open and saw King
Ij'ing on his 'bed, his left arm hanging
out and over the slop jar, which wa3
filled with blood. King was in a stupor.
When aroused he took exception to the
actions of the hotel people.
On the taible were four letters, one
addressed to the American consul, in
which he gave details regarding his ac
tions and the location of his family and
relatives. He stated that he had been
at work for the Southern Pacific lines of
Mexico as an engineer of construction.
He has but one le":.
Millinery opening- tonight. Calisher's.
Mrs. C. C. Gardner, who has been in
the city visiting relatives, left Thurs
day for New York.
Mrs. H. M. Maple left over the G. H.
& S. A. yesterday to visit her old home
in Ticksburg. Miss.
Mrs. F. Tj. Lane, of Santa Monica,
Cal., is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. F.
Jackson, 1115 Myrtle.
J. H. "Williams, late of the Caples
Williams Lumber company, has gone to
Oklahoma on an extended visit.
James A. Peters, a Kansas City com
mission man, is" in El Paso purchasing
cattle. Mr. Peters is at -Hotel NSt
Regis. Alys Robertson, the young daughter
of J. E. Robertson, is ill at a local
hospital, having been operated upon
Mrs. D. A. O'Donovan, of Douglas,
Ariz., wife of the chief of the Doug
las Demons, is in the city Thursday en
route to Cincinnati.
Judge Lew Davis, who has been ill p
with pneumonia for the past tnree
weeks, was able to be down town' "Wed
nesday afternoon for the first time.
Epes Randolph, president of the So
nora, or "West Coast route, will arrive
In the city Friday morning from Mex
ico City and leave over the Southern
Pacific for Tucson.
Miss Etliel filers, of Chicago, and
Mrs. J- M. Hollo way, of "Holloway, X.
M who have been, visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Martin, 2710 "Wyoming
street, have returned home.
Juan Creel,, of Chihuahua, brother of
Enrique Creel. Mexican minister of
foreign affairs, came up Thursday
morning accompanying his children,
who. are en route to New York to en
SILVER CITY BANQUETS
Republicans of Town Entertain im ana
He Then Proceeds to Ft. Bayard
in Auto; El Pasoan 111.
Silver Pifcv. X. M.. Sept. 22. Post
master general Frank H. Hitchcock was
entertained at dinner at Hotel Orient
upon his arrival here by a number of
prominent Republicans among whom
were M. E. Oorey, proprietor of the
Orient, and mavor Percy Wilson, and
United States' district attorney for
Arizona, E. J. Morrison, who was here
wtpon legal matters. After the dinner,
the postmaster general was driven in an
atito to Ft Bavard. where he visited his
friend, James T. "Williams, jr., who is in
the government sanatorium at that
point. Mr. Hitchcock left on the out
going train for El Paso.
Judge Frank W. Parker was forced to
suspend court and rturn to Las Cruces,
where Mrs. Parker is ill with tviphoid
fever. Attorneys orw both sides in the
Woodburn mining case, set for trial, in-
! sisted upon judxre Parker -hearine the
! cose, and the petit jurv is being kept to
gether until next Monday, when judge
Parker hopes to return here, and ha've
the case proceed. The suit involves the
title to mining property, considered of
Judge Peyton F. Edwards, who lias
been here visiting his wife, who is sick
in one of the local sanatoriums, returned
to El Paso yesterday.
Mrs. Hulda. M. Peterson, a lare prop
ertv owner here, is in El Paso on busi
ness, and may make that city her future
District attorney E. J. Morrison has
returned to his home in Bisbee, Ariz.
IiAPOWSKI STOCK SOLD.
The bankrupt stock of X. Lapowskl
has been purchased by Sambrano Bros.
The stock Inventoried at $10,000, wag
aDDraised at SGSOO. and sold for Ssnnn
Occurs Next Week
Our opening takes
though as yet we
day next week. We are slighting no de
tail. When the Opening does occur you
will see a handsome store, the handsom
est in the Southwest, perfect in every .de
tail, and a stock that has taken months
to assemble and such jas is commonly
found only in the largest cities.
No special invitations! Again we remind you that our
are the only invitations to be issued.
thonght of buying a diamond should
TEXLINE TO HAVE
Coal and Oil Indications Dis
covered Cros Are Fine
Texline, Texas, Sept. 22. Bonds have
been voted for the erection of a ?15,000
school building in Texfine. The build
ing which has been used for a number
of years, was built in 1892 for a. court-
khouse, Texline being the county seat
of Dallam county at that time. Later,
when Dalhart built up, the county seat
was moved. "Work on the new build
ing will probably begin in a short time.
The Sixefa Fire Brick, Pottery and
Coal company has opened offices in
Texline. Tne company has on exhibi
tion some fine specimens of potter's
clay, oxide clay and other forms of
stone found near this place. They also
have located a large vein of coal and
have discovered good indications of oil.
The; company expects to incorporate
soon and begin operations.
Caddell Bros are putting in a $10,000
stock of dry goods at Texline.
Some of the finest specimens of
wheat, maize, kaffir and broom corn
ever shown anywhere have been secured
by the North Texas Land company from
farmers In this community. The large
dry farm crops raised in this part of
the country will bring in many home
' se'ekers this fall.
The fairs at Daihart and Clayton
Inave taken many people out of Texline
this week. '
Tobe Pitts, who left in an auto re
cently for Oklahoma, after some un
pleasant experiences, left his car be
low Amarillo and went the rest of the
way by train.
A Treatment of My
Catarrh Cure Free
C. E. GAVSS.
I "Will Take Any Case of Catarrh, o
Matter How Chronic, or What Stage
It is Ik, and Pro e KXT1RELY
AT MY OWN EXPENSE,
That It Can Be Cured.
Curing- Catarrh has been mj- business
for years, and during- this time oyer
one million people have come to me
from ali over the land for treatment and
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