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Every Little Bit Helps
I iMareh by E. Evans
Hearts Haven; waltzes ..P. H. Losey
Pique Dame : overture '. .Sime
! WS 2
4. An Arabian Scout; inarch
: . P. Molineux
5. An Dicli; "waltzes ,
Von Emil Waldtenf el
Selection from G. Bizet's opera
7. Plorida; ra G. Louvry
8. Hearts and Flowers; novelette....
9. Bohemian Girl
Selection from Balfe's opera
10. Kerry Mills Rag Time... Kerry Mills
11. Lucia di Lamennoor; sextet
12.-Hortensia; valse V. Cervantes
13. Basking in the Sunshine; caprice. .
14. Noodles; march by W. Wenrich
RAYO R. REYES, DIRECTOR.
GANBY PULL EHBS
Many Summer Residents
Return to Their Homes;
STew Railroad Agent.
(By Mrs. TV. S. TUton).
Cloudcroft, X. 2L, Sept. 27. The
neighbors who were left gathered to
:t gathered to-
gether and had an old fashioned fare-
ivell candy pull on Tut-Hill. A tripod
-witln an Iron kettle over a camp fire
was the way the candy was cooTced. A,,
contest as to who could pull the candy
the whitest was entered into vigorously.
The bride, Mrs. Charles F. Myers, wpn
the prize- Those present Arere: Mrs. H.
D Slater and Johnny Mac, Mrs. S. "W.
lisher and Sam, Jr., Mrs. W. H. Gaston,
fcllzabeth and Jane, Mrs. George Hailc,
Allen, George, jr., and Robin, Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Meyers, Mrs. "W. S. Tilton and
Mr. and Mrs. H. D Slater closed
"Cabin Jonimac" for the season VMrs.
Slater, with Johnny Mac, as spent five
months n Cloudcroft this season. Mrs.
Slater and small son go directly to
"Washington to visit Mrs. Slater's father.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Roe and family
At Fountains 8s. Elsewhere
Tke Original and Oenuins
MALTED Ml LI
Ths Feod-drmk for Ail gs.
At restaurants, hotels, and fountains.
Delicious, invigorahng and sustaining.
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel "without it
A qiick IcHck prepared in s. ruinate.
Take no imitation. Just say "HGRUCK'S."
in No &ossiMn& sr Tpust
If you "want the best
meats at the lowest
Be sure and give us a call before
you buy elsewhere.
Special prices on more than one
Iron Beds, Bed Springs, Cotton
Felt Mattresses, Bird's-Eye Maple
Dressers, Commodes, Tables,
Chairs, Rockers, Woolen Blankets,
Lace Curtains, linoleum, Comforts.
50 h. p. Frost Engine, 3 h. p.
Gasoline Engine, 1 28 k. w. Akron
Dynamo, 1 10 h. p. Motor, 1 2o. 7
Bell Phoue 400. f
412 MYRTLE AVE.
J. W. Fisher
aalfff'lrf HM 'if! MyTHWffl
Between the Hours of 7:00 and 9:30
We are ready, to the minutest de
tail, to receive you this evening.
Such a wealth of Fashions as will
be shown here this evening was
never before attempted in El Paso.
p It 1 1
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spent the week end at their cottage,
Mrs. G. A. Breckheimer has been en
tertaining a house party of friends for
the week end.
Mrs. Larry Ford and Mrs. Jackkard
have returned to town after spending
the summer at 2orth Cloudcroft.
Mrs. W. Kemp and Maury Kemp
were passengers on yesterday's train.
J. A. Snannon is up building his cot
tage on 'Squirrel avenue and Bat Row.
i Stanley Bevan is commencing his t-
, tage which Is to be on Mink nwnno
j and Corona.
. r j ogy of Bir ston v?, .
brother of the well known Dr Horslev
who used to live in El Paso, is to suc
ceed A. H. Parker as agent here of the
E P. & S. TV. railroad. Mr. Parker is
to become manager of the North Cloud
croft Amusement company's business.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B.-Rawlin and small
son are up for a few days. Mr. Rawlin,
who is traveling auditor of the E. P. &
S. W., is checking out depot agent
Parker and H. C. Beacham, manager of
G. L. Kahle, route agent of the E. P.
& S. "V., is here from Trinidad, Colo.
F. T. Beckett, resident engineer and
assistant H. E. Stansberry are up to do
some more surveying for tne company
Miss Stansberry accompanied her
brother for a glimpse of Cloudcroft.
HOTEL CLERK GORED BY UiLL.
Gored by a bull without the glory of
bull fighting was the experience of
Ernesto Diaz, a young Mexican employed
as night utility man at Hotel Angelus.
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1 Purity - .
BrightVirginia and Carolina tobacco
blended so perfectly that their flavor
is exquisite. Rolled in Wheat Straw
paper the cuily cigarette which has
this popular feature what you use
and want in your cigarette.
MUd and Satisfying
lO for Sc JpSli
Texas League baseball pictures and
a valuable coupon in each package
Old Mill Cigarettes are
packed in TINFOIL
How to Destroy
By a Specialist.
That the dandruff germ is respons
ible for nearly all the diseases to
which the scalp is heir, as well as for
baldness and premature gray hair, is
a well known fact, ' but "when we real
ize that it is also indirectly respons
ible for many of the worst cases of
catarrh and consumption, we appre
ciate the importance Of any agent that
will destroy its power. We are, there
fore, "particularly pleased to give here
with the prescription which an emi
nent scientist and specialist states he
has found, after repeated tests, to com
pletely destroy the dandruff germ In
from one to three applications. This
prescription can be made up at home,
or any chemist will put it up for you:
6 oz. Bay Bum. 2 oz. LaVona de Com
noese. U dr. Ienthol Crystals. Mix
thoroughly, and after standing half an
hour it is ready for use. Apply night
and .morning, rubbing into the scalp
with the finger tips. If you wish it
perfumed, add half teaspoonful of To
Kalon Perfume, which unites perfectly
wlth the other ingredients. This prep
aration is not a dye, but is unequaled
for promoting a growth ot new hair,
and for restoring gray hair to it or
CAUTION Do not apply where hair
is not desired and be sure to avoid ton
ics containing poisonous wood alcohol.
A. E. Ryan & Co., the well known
druggists, state that they have' had
many calls for this preparation, and
are prepared to fill the prescription at
Diaz returned Mondav afternoon from a
trip to the City of -Mexico with, a bad J
injury to his right side. He tells or be
ing pursued by a bull, and ored by the
animal's horn. The accident occurred on
his parent's ranch near the capital. The
youth will not be a'Die to work for many
MANY WOMEN COMPLAIN
OF MISSIHCr MASSEUSE
Brother of Teacher Is Released From
Jail After Paying Oyer Deposits
to Chief Detective.
Complaints "by women who made ad
vance pa3'ments for treatment at the ie
cently opened and closed beauty parlor
at Cl4 2sorth Kansas street, are begin
ning to pour in at police detective head
quarters. Several women, who made $10
payments, telephoned their grievances to
the office Tuesday morning, stating
that they had made advance deposits for
work which was to be done inythe near
L. E. Gibbs, brother of Mrs. Roberts,
the proprietor of the beautv parlor, who
was arrested Monday noon, was released
after giving $18 to detective Stansel to
refund to the women who made advance
payments for instruction at the school.
He maintains that he does not know
where his sister has gone and that he
was unaWe to tell on what road she, her
husband and a woman solicitor left the
The women students at the school, to
all of whom Mrs. Roberts, according to
her contract is indebted, are assisting in
the search, and in the event Mrs. Bober's
is located, a purse nvill be made uj) to
secure her return.
SEMI-ANNUAL SUPPLIES -
RECEIVED Aj. CUSTOMS HOUSE
The semi-annual supply of stationery
for use of the customs service at El Paso
is being received at the customs house.
i Four hundred pounds came in Tuesday
ana an additional ouu pounds are on the
way. The stationery consists of all
kinds of blanks and forms used in the
service. An item of the shipment, which
is printed at the goverment printery at
Washington, is 12.500 receipt blanks. "
(Continued From Page One.?
iner empnasize the fact that he dis
agrees with Mr. P.oosevelt he said that
a lather of more than six children in
stead of being given a Teddy Bear and
congratulations ought to apologize to
Takes Issue With Roosevelt.
"We want children but we don't want
litters," he declared.
Getting down to the states' rights'
question In the irrigation discussion he
declared: "God wnen he created a
stream intended that it should flow all
the year. He did not intend that Colo
rado let loose her floods on the states
below her and wash them away when
she did not want the water and then
holding it all when they needed it and
j she wanted it. If you Coloradoans
uia.un mi me water tnat lans m your
state then take care of it all. Don't
make t'ne rest of us dodge your floods
and beg for water when the irrigation
period arrive. I want more evidence
than the mere statement of Coloradoans
that God intended to give Colorado a
monopoly on the water to throw it off
on us when she didn't want it and wash
us away and then starve us when she
Conservation, "Sot Wnrte.
"I am In favor ofthe building of
great. reservoirs to store the water in
your mountains, but I am not in favor
of making it necessary to build these ;
reservoirs by wasting the timber that
grew on the mountainsides and orig
inally formed the reservoir provided by
nature. You let tne corporations cut
away the timber and then ask for
money to build the dams. I say let the
government build these dams, let it
spend much more on the farmer than
it is spending. The farmer has never
got just returns for the taxes he pays
but I say save the timber too. I say
when the nation has Interests In a
state, It is the duty of the nation to
protect those Interests. And the nation
"nas an interest when other states have
an Interest m the waters of a particular
state. If you had a suit against a man
you would not like for him to try it
as the judge. Then it is no more rea
sonable to expect Colorado under the
state's rights plea to grant relief to
other states. It is the duty of the fed
eral government to ;ee that this relief
is given. The federal government act
ing for all the people, has the right to
protect al the people against a few.
"There Is a right Wnich the national
government has that cannot andv will
not be surrendered to any state or group
of states. I believe that a solution
Will be reached in a practical way when
both sides get together. Colorado, Ne
braska and New Mexico are sister states
and no one state has a right to ask to
have Its Interests looked after at the
expense of the othert state.
Is Government's Task.
The government most assuredly
should distribute the waters of all in
terstate streams. But I do not believe
that the government should go any
further than apportioning the water. 1
believe that in this conservation matter
the government should set aside the
forest reserves, the timber lands and
the water appropriations (interstate
streams-), for each state and then In
stead of sending a corps of federal
officials in the field to administer the
laws should leave each state to adminis
ter Its own afiairs.
"I believe tnat all things that involve
the rights of several states can be
better administered by the federal gov
ernment but I believe that after the
government has adjusted these matters
it should not interfere with state man
agements in each state. After it says
to Colorado what share of the water it
is entitled to the government should
see that Colorado gets only that much
water hut what Is done with it in tne
state should be decided by state offi
cials. That is my position on the ques
tion of state rights."
BAIISTOW MAKES STRONG
APPEAL FOR IRRIGATION
Pueblo, Colo., Sept. 27. George
Eames Barstow, of Barstoiv, Texas, for
mer president of the National Irriga
tion congress, in (an address delivered
here today before that body, made a
strong appeal for irrigation, not only
as an economic project, but as an aid
to civilization and a potent factor in
the world's progress. His speech in
"The first essential for a successful
issue of irrigation is a sufficient sup
ply of good water. One may possess
twenty, fifty, or one hundred thousand
acres of fine alluvial land, splendid cli
mate, nearby markets, etc., and yet, if
lacking a proper supply of water, he
need not look for a successful issue.
I regret to say that there are men in
different parts of our country, who,
having gained possession of land, have
made the innocent suffer, and also
brought some disrepute on a great and
most important national industry.
"We cannot too strongly condemn
operations of this kind, and I trust that
the committee on resolutions of this
congress will present for our adoption
a resolution on this matter setting the
subject before the country in no un
certain manner. If we are to continue
in irrigation by private enterprise in
the great arid and semi-arid parts of
our nation, we must constantly draw
and hold the confidence of our mon
ied interests and investing classes. "We
can not hope for such most desirable
results if for one moment we counte
nance those irrigation operations that
are designed to filch the public.
"History discovers to us that irri-
gation by private enterprise has always j
been in the van. This has been true in
India, Syria, Babylon, Egypt, Java, un
der the successors of Montezuma; in
Chile, Peru, Argentina and the United
States. Before the English imperial
government began its great work in
irrigation in India, the people of India
by private enterprise had constructed
works of various types capable of irri
gating twenty-five million acres of
land. This acreage nas been increased
to over thirty million acres by private
enterprise; and over twenty million
acres by imperial government. Such has
been the history of the governments
abroad that I have named; in 1901-1902
the United States of America played the
crowning act on these lines for its peo
ple in the passage of the reclamation
Count now-a-days !
is a true brain food
" There's a Beason"
At Xieast Three People In Every Ten And
All Can Be Cnretl. Here Is a
, Snre Home Remedy.
COSTS NOTHING TO TRY.
It is a very sensible plan to first try
a remedj' and see If it works. The an
cient doctrine that if you keep at it re
sults are to" sure to come is a back
number. That is why the Pyramid Drug
Co. wants all pile sufferers to send for
a free trial of Pyramid Pile Cure. The
instant relief clears up all doubt, brings
tho quick and welcome results, saves
dangerous, needless, and harmful opera
tions, and is a permanent cure. Tho
mere fact that this wonderful cure is
sold in nearly every drug store in the
United States shows how generally peo
pie rely upon it. But send your nam''
and address to the Pyramid Drug Co..
267 Pyramid Bldg., Marshall, Mich., and
in a plain wrapper tney will mail yoi; a
free, convincing test that will surprise
you with Us wonderful and welcome re
suits. You can get the regular packafie
almost anywhere for 50c and be sure
you get the kind you ask for.
Don't fail to write for the free trial
and if you ore in present misery get rhe
50c package at any drug store. It will
do the work and you can depend upon it.
act. However, previous to the enact
ment of this law, private enterprise in
America had reclaimed many millions
of acres of land by irrigation; and to
day the grand total by private enter
prise aggregates over eleven millions
"I have observed some allusions or
criticisms in the far eastern press con
cerning the large amounts of money
going Into private irrigation 'specula
tion.' If these references have to do
with illegitimate Irrigation enterpris
es, and to which I have already made
reference, I applaud the same. If, on
tho other hand, reference is had to the
Immense investments that have been
and are being made in sound, commer
cial and productive Irrigation enter
prise, then I condemn that part of the
press that has used its power in that
way. It is a narrow and circumscrib
ed view, and shows great lack of
understanding, that, today would
place any stumbling block in the way
of an industry whose potential force
means so much to every American cit
izen. "I have many times advocated the
great Importance of all irrigation com
panies installing a system of drainage
ditches. I am todaymore In. earnest
on this subject than ever; because dur
ing the past year I have seen such a
sj'stem, and I understand the first In
the United States to be installed, at
Barstow, in the Pecos valley of west
Texas, and its workings more than
justify the positions that I have advo
cated." THE WORLD SEES YOU
are aging if gray hairs begin to ap
pear, "W ells' Hair Balsam so gradually
and perfectly restores gray hairs to or
iginal color that no one would suspect
you of using anything. 50c and $1.00
E. S. Wells, Chemist, Jersey City, N. J.
PINCHOT'S IDEA .
(Continued From Page One.-)
great fortunes made in American mines
and alluded to the necessity for a re
vision of the mineral land laws and
the elmination of the intricate legisla-
j tion which now seemed necessary to
perfect and retain titles.
He also criticised "fake promotion"
asne of the evils of mining and urged
the enactment of state laws taxing
mining ventures on their stock issues
as one of the best means for the pre
vention of over capitalization.
Speaking of mining stocks he said:
"I trust that there may be some way
suggested by wihch this body can as
sist in bringing about a better, safer,
sounder condition in the stock markets
of the countrj.
"I may suggest that one way of do
ing this is to urge upon the various
companies the Importance of issuing
printed monthly reports covering in
detail the condition of the property."
Plnchot on Oft Monopoly.
Facing what was at first a somewhat
hostile audience, Gifford Pinchot, for
mer forester of the United States, com
pleted an address before the American
Mining congress amid loud expressions
of appreciation and commendation. The
applause was evoked by the first pro
nouncement the leader of the conser
vation made regarding conservation as
it applies to the oil industry.
"The government will not do its
duty." he said, "if it does not exhaust
every possible means at its command
to attack the title of the Southern Pa
cific railroad to mineral lands In the
oil fields and to vest the title again
In the people of the United States."
The address, which came after the
anual address of president Buckley
gave the substance of the Impressions
the former forester gained during his
recent trip through the California oil
CALTFORNIAN IS COMING
TO MANAGE LOCAL COMPANY
Dr. Edwords To Have Charge of Indus
trial Corporation of Mexico, With
Offices in This City.
Resigning his positron as cnief of the
California devekroment board. T)r. ne
ence E. Edwords, of San Fnrncisco will
; arrive iu jm jraso on uct. o, to take
charge of the general offices of the In
dustrial Corporation of Mexico, the new
development company of which Harris
Walthall is president. This corporatiou.
is closely affiliated as a holding com
pany for the parent corporation of Lon
don, which is capitalized at $750,000.
Offices will be established by Dr. Ed
nvords either in the Caples or American
Bank building and the affairs of the
corporation coructed tVnigh the El
As soon is the new general manager
arrives he and Harris Walthall will
leave for an inspection tri-' to Durango,
Mex., -hero the Industrial Corporation
has a number of valuable concessions in
cluding one to build a railroad, smelter,
water power development and timber
lands. The corporation also has conces
sions in other parts of the republic
which will be developed. Options on
lands are held in Chihuahua and other
states of Mexico, the punpose of the com
pany being to -oromote Mexican develop
FALSE ALARM SUMMONS
CENTRAL FIRE FIGHTERS
A fire alarm, which proved to be false,
was turned in late Monday afternoon
from the corner of Stanton "and Fourth
street. Several false alarms have been
turned in from that box the past few
weeks, and an effort is to be made to
identify the person responsible. The
central fire department responded to the
false alarm Monday afternoon. It was
the first run made for 10 da3"s.
BEST CREAMERY BUTTER,
2 lbs. for
Extra Fancy Lemon
Cling Peaches, per box
18 lbs. best granulat
ed Sugar for ,
4 lb. can Cottolene
10 lb. can Cottolene
3 lb. can Pure Lard
for . . ,
5 lb. can Pure Lard
10 lb. can Pure Lard
5 lbs. Broken end Bice
4 2-lb. cans Standard
Baltimore tomatoes for
3 pkgs. Macaroni, or Qg
Spagefct'i for OC
2 lbs. Fresh Comb Honey o J?
3 nice fresh fat Mackerel O E?
Liptons Tea, per lb.
East. El Paso delivery on Tuesdays and Fridays; Highland Park every
STANDARD GROCERY CO.
WHOLESADE AND RETAIL.
208-210 ST. LOUS STREET.
Bell Phones 367 and $48. Auo 1901
Send Us Your Mail Orders We Will Please You.
Y. W. C. A. SECRETARY
TO LECTURE OIT CHINA
Miss Paddock Is Entertained by Young
Women of El Paso; Housewanrring
of New Home Saturday.
iEss Estelle- Paddock, national secre
tary for the Y. W. C. A. of China, ar
rived on the Golden State limited Tues
day afternoon and is the uest of the
El Paso association. A recaption for
Miss Paddock will be given Tuesday
evening at 8 oclook and a program has
been arranged for the reception which
includes vocal selections D3- Miss Bertha
Stanhope and others and. a brief talk bj
Miss PaddoSc on her work in the orient.
Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclcck Miss
Paddock will give a talk before the asso
ciation members and the women of the
city on "The Significance the Present
Crisis in China to the ue "World."
The housewarming at tue Y. W- C. A.
boarding home will e held Saturday.
Oct. 1, when the nenv Missouri street
building "will be occupied by the associa
tion girls. Mrs. Annabel DeDew, for
merly of Phoenix, Ariz., will be in charge
as the house secretary.
SILBERBERG BROS. OPENING.
Newest Jewelry Store Is Most Attract
ive in tire Soutlivrantj Diamonis,
Cut Glass anil Silver
Pouring through the fairyland of cut
glass, exquisite china, sparkling jew
els and the creations of the silver and
goldsmiths' arts, the crowds which
assembled at the -Silberberg Bros.' new
store Monday evening; were so great
that traffic was blocked along Mesa
avenue and the grand opening of El
Paso's newest jewelry store was forced I
to be continued until Tuesday evening
because of the inability of the people
o gain access ;o the T eautlful Eew
store; "El Paso's jewal box."
For three hours Monday evening,
from 7 oclock until 10 the well dressed
crowds passed through the main en
trance of the new Silberberg- store along
Isles of the most enchanting creations
of the manufacturing jeweler, past
banks of sparkling, twinkling cut
glass, cool and inviting, heavy chests of
silver, past case after case of jewel3
set and unmounted beaten brass and
bronze lamps in rose and gold pat
terns with, the newest of brass pedes
tals. It was like a land of dreams in Its
setting of sparkling lights which were
shimmered back by the glass and gold
of the displays.
Specialists in' everything known to
the jeweler's trade the Silberberg Bros,
have made diamonds their feature line.
Their adopted motto is "The mere
thought of buying a diamond should
suggest ,Silberbergs," and they have
on display a selection of diamonds, the
superiority of which barries with it
the "Silberberg" seal of quality. Ex
pert fcTamond merchants themselves,
Silberberg Bros, have made their dia
mond department the most complete in
The new Mesa avenue jewelry store
is a creation of good form. Its beamed
celling, tinted in delicate shades of
blue and white, and studded with my
riads of lights, the heavy plate glass
show windows and display cases, the
oak appointments and the tasteful ar
rangement and decoration of the cases
and windows make of the Silberberg
Bros, shop, a setting for the attract
ive goods which are on display "in the
As a man is judged by his clothes so
1s a store by Its show windows, and Sil-
berbergs stand the test, for the win- t
dows have been decorated with the '
same care for detail and charm that
was used in the Interior arrangement.
Festoons of silver and garlands of
grapes draped over soft satin and plush
give the refinement of setting to tha
Present in person to see that theit
prospective patrons were properls
I tf A-o3rWiS5?Ev'' S
Hay be permanently overcome
by proper personal efforts
with the assistance of the one
truly beneficial laxative-syrup
WHICH ENABLE ONE TO FORM REGULAR
HABITS DAILY, SO THAT ASSISTANCE TO
NATURE KAY BE GRADUALLY DISPENSED
W(IH WHEN BO I0N6ER HEEDED. AS THE
BEST OF REMEDIES. WHEN REQUIRED.
ARETO ASSIST EiATURE AND HOT TO SUP
PLANT THE NATURAL FUNCTIONS. WHICH
HOST DEPEND ULTIMATELY UPOfl PROPER
MORfSHHENT. PROPER EFFORTS AND
RIGHT LIVING 6ENERALLY.
to set its beneficial effec15. always buy the
6enuine.SyrupFi6s and Elixir "Senna
FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING CRUGG5STS
ONE SIZE ONLY. PRICE 50r A BOTTLE
6 bars Sunny Monday, Crystal
White, or Small Ivory
6 large bars Velvet
12 lb. sack Graham Flour
2 lbs. Barrington Hall Steel Cut
for I DC
50 lbs. Globe Flour d py j
lor i JL a 9 j?
Fancy Bell Flower -3 qr
Apples, per Tox. . . . p J. s J
2 qts. Cranlbernes
Large Queen Olives,
2 cans Peaches, Pears or
5 gals. Best Gasoline
5 gab. Best' Oil
cared for, the Silberberg Bros and thelt
salespeople assisted in receiving thi
crowd Monday evening and showing
them the offerings of their new store.
That jolly old maid. Happy Hour.
LAS CRUCES MAN RECOVERS
FROM PISTOL SHOi WOUND
Alfonzo De la 0, of Las Crucea, who
was was shot bv the accidental discharge
of a revolver mere, has recovered suffi
ciently to leave the hospital and will re
turn to his home Tuesda- evening. Jude
Ramon de la O, who has ben here with
hU son, will remain afew days on busi
ness. Big feature bill. Happy Hour.
METHODISTS ENTERTAIN PASTOR.
Wednesday evening the congreeation
of the First Methodist cburcn will cive
a "get acquainted" reception for Rev.
Frank W. Otto, -who has taken Rev. G
O. Becfcman's place as pastor of the
Myrtle avenue church. The reception
will be held in the church parlors.
To keep yours sound
and white give them
scrmpulous daily care
witi a dentifrice that
bote polishes and- pre
C$ Fastidious men folks
' see the fascinating
styles now shown in
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PURINA SCRATCH FEED
Makss Hn j Lay
PUHiHA CHICK FEED
(JUwtys hi CfeMfcKfeMni !)
FOR SALE 1Y
0. G. SEET0N
25c m ! ZJf M