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Monday, October 10. 1910c
in-fact, of Mogollon. for survey Xo. 1393,
situated in the southeast quarter of sec
tion 33, township 10, south of range 19
west, containing 14.760 acres, being in
the Cooney mining district in Socorro
ANOTHER OLD LAND MARK
IS RAZED AT LAS CRTJCES
SL PASO HERALD
II 51 uuUiUi yiillUfaii I I
Corner Kansas and Boulevard
If you are not satisfied with your butcher, give us a
tral, as our market is proving a wonderful success.
Bell Phones Bell Phone Auto Phone
Grocery Dept. 884, 844, 823. Meat Dept 865. 1691
GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY
2 quarts for
Fine Hubbard Squash,
Pumpkins (for pie)
Mountain Cabbage, extra " A
fine, per lb
Large Mountain Apples,
extra fine for baking, 3 lbs.
2 lbs. Fresh California 1 P
Tomatoes for iOC
Bell Flower Apples,
4 lbs. for
10 lbs. for Zt)C
Xew California Grape Fruit, ey r
3 for OC
Tokay or black prince
grapes, 3 lbs. for
Free stone or cling Peaches, ftp
3 lbs. for dtOC
Xew Norway Mackerel, 3
New Norwav Mackerel, lavee size 2 for 25c
New Hollard Mackerel, extra large size, each 20c
Blue Ribbon Eggs (guaranteed) per dozen 35c
Blue Ribbon Butter (None Better) per lb 35c
Just received our New Log Cabin Maple Syrup.
Deliveries leave at 8 and 10 a. m., 2 and 5 p. m.
All phones answered promptly. Phone the Meat de
partment for the best meats of all kinds.
Eysier's C. O, D. Grocery
Cor. Kansas and Boulevard.
THE LAKD OFFICE
AT CRTJCES BUSY
Report for Month of Septem
ber Shows Manv New
Entries Eiled There. .
Las Cruces, X. M., Oct. 10. The
monthly report for September of the
Las Cruces land office to the general
office at Washington shows a large
volume of business transacted here.
There were 49 original homestead en
tries received, 40 entries allowed, four
entries rejected and five suspended for
Three additional soldiers' homestead
entries were received, these being trans
mitted without further action and
notices for publication issued.
Twenty-two applications for decrc
land entries wejee received, 21 applica
tions allowed and one rejected. Two
applications were received for repay
ment, and one application for amend
ment which was transmitted without
action. Two applications were received
for leave, of absence, both being allowed.
Thirtv-one final nroofs of homestead
were received, the same number allowed
and 23 notices for publication issued.
Sixteen annual proofs of desert land en-
tries were received and 16 allowed, one
final proof of desert land entry received
and two notices for publication issued,
Two final proofs of mineral land en-
tries were received and the same number
allowed, two assignments received, and
33 relinquishments received.
The following apDlications for home
stead entries have been received during
the past two days:
TvflT-off o fnnrp rf TTn-nAila fn- i-Y,n
northeast quarterof section 30, townshin
.nnflef m,o veSr1- confinn Ofi 4-am nl-.C
2o. south ol range 9 west, containing 160
John E. Ketchum. of Hondale. for the
northwest quarter of section 9, township j
2 b, soutn or range iu west, containing
Ward S. Albro. of Columbus, for the
southwest quarter of section 2. townshin
29, south of range 8 west, containing J
Ramon Montoya, of El Paso, for the
southwest quarter of section 10, tenvn-
H. D. Bowman, President; V. B. May Vice President; R. T. McBride. Sec
retary; Charles E. Miller, Anthony, X. M.; W. W. Cox, Organ, X. M.
THE BOWMAN BANK & TRUST CO.
Paid Up Capital $50,000.00
This Bank is in a Position to Undertake Any Kind of Banking Business.
Will Act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee, Assignee.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Las Cruces, ;j?ew Mexico.
Our 9th year in
Xew Pearl Meal,
6 lbs. for
Xew sack Meal, 8 3-4 lbs.
Xew whole Wheat Flour,
12 lb. sack for
Xew Graham Flour,
12 lb. sack for
Blue Ribbon Flour none better made.
Best Full Head Rice
3 lbs. for
for . 25c I
ship 29, south of range 8 west, contain
ing 160 acres.
John F. Britton. of Hachita, for the
south half of the northwest quarter, and
the north hal fof the southwest quarter
of section 4. township 33, south of range
17 west, containing 160 acres.
Asburv L. Bird, of Hillsboro. for the
northwest quarter of the northeast quarter-of
section 27, township 14, south of
range 2 west, containing 40 acres.
Peter Welsh, of Hachita, for the
south half of the northwest quarter,
and the west half of the southwest
quarter of section 29. township 29. south
of range 19 west, containing 160 acres.
Henry Learned, of Deming. for the
south half of the southwest quarter of
section 14, and the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 23, all in
township 24 south of range 8 west, con
taining 160 acres.
Percy Bowen, of Hondale for the
northwest quarter of section 19, town
ship 25, south of range 9 west, contain
ing 160 acres.
Benjamin M. Hampton, jr., of Tula
rosa, for the northwest quarter of sec
tion 7, township 15. south of range 10
east, containing 159.54 acres.
Austin V. Moore, of Columbus, for the
northwest quarater of section 1. town-
ship 29, south of range 8 west, con
j taining 160 "acres.
i Desert Land Entries.
I The following applications for desert
! land have been received at the local
j Calvin L. Hines. of Deming. for the
northeast quarter of section 23, town-
ship 26. south of range 10 west, contain
ing 160 acres.
Daniel W. Bowers, of Deming. for the
northwest quarter of section 24. town-
ship 25, south of range 9 west, contain
mg lbO acres.
Mineral Land Entries.
The following two applications have
been received for mineral land entries
I in the Gila Xational Forest reserve: '
The Socorro Mines, a corporation, by
George W. Tower, jr., general manager,
of Mogollon, for survej' Xo. 1392, situ
ated in the southwest quarter of sec
tion 27. the southeast quarter of section
28 and the northeast quarter of section
33, all in township 10, south ol range
19 -west, containing 108.977 acres.
The B. O. B. Mining & Milling com
panj by George W. Tower, jr., attorney-
Xew Scotch Oats,
2 pkgs for
Xew pkg. Grits,
2 pkgs for
Xew bulk Grits.
6 lbs. for
and the Mesilla Valley
WBg BBSE fc g--
Say, daddy, when do the first per
manent teeth come through?
Usually about 5 or 6 years of age,
but before any of the "baby set"
are shed a child cuts 4 permanent
molars called "6th year molars."
2)r. H. -A. Mcigrtider
I DON'T WORK FOR NEGR0E2
New Riley Block Is Started: Elks to
Initiate New Members; Hunting
' Parties 'Numerous; Personals.
Las Cruces X. M., Oct. 10. The Riley
block of adobe store rooms is now a
thing of the past, the last of the walls
having been razed on Saturday. So
passes another old land mark to make
room for more modern business build
ings, with -which Las Cruces is keeping
pace with its commercial advancement.
Work on the new building started to
day. The Spanish speaking people of Las
Cruces held a dance at the armorv on
Saturday night, attended b- a large
number of people.
About 20 different hunting parties left
Las Cruces Saturday night and Sunday
morning after quail, the birds being
especially numerous on the west side ot
the river and in the hosque lands north
and south of town.
Las Cruces lodae. Xo. 1119. B. P. O.
Elks, will meetin the lodge rooms to
morrow night, at -which time four can
didates will be initiated and three appli
cations voted upon. At this meeting the
building committee will also make its
report on the new home. A proposition
has been submitted to the W. I. A. in
regard to the lodge taking over by
lease thecity park. If an agreement as
to time and terms can be reached the
Elks -will start immediately on plans for
a two-stor3T club and lodge house to be
erected in the center 6"T the park.
U. lv. Jniller lett for Santa Fe Satur
day night assume his duties as steno
grapher at the constitutional convention.
Mrs. A. B. Fall, of El Paso, and
daughter, Mrs. Everhart, of Colorado,
were in Las Cruces Saturday and Sun
day, going from here to the Fall lanch
at Three Rivers.
H. D. Bowman, president of The Bow
man Bank & Trust company, returned
Saturday irom .Los Angeles, where he
had been attending ttie sessions of the
Xational Bankers' association.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. French were El
aso visitors Sunday and today.
Judge Frank W. Parker came down
from Santa Fe Sunday to snend the day
with his family. Mrs. Parker, who has
been quite ill for some time, is renorted
to be improving steadily.
Miss Minnie Williams, who has been
in El Paso for several weeks, is visiting
her parents here. She will remain in
Las Cruces for a month.
W. H. H Llewellvn spent Sunday at
his ranch near Leasburg.
Mrs. Catarino Armijo and children
returned yesterday from a visit of ten
days with relatives in Albuquerque.
D. P. Greiner. of Roswell, is in Las
Cruces. Mr. Greiner is deputy consul of
the Modern Woodmen of America for the
territory of Xew Mexico and is here to
revive- the lodge of that order in Las
C. 0. Hoffman returned from St. Louis
today, after a two weeks' absence -visiting
his parents and on business.
Guthrie Smith, editor of the Alamo
gordo Xews, spent Sunday and Monday
in the city on court business.
George H. Clements came up from El
Paso Saturday- to get in a little work
for the El Paso fair.
MISS MAY ENTERTAINS
LAS CRTJCES FRIENDS
Las Cruces, X. M., Oct. 10. Miss
Ormeda May entertained at "Five Hun
dred" at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Dirk Seligman, on Saturday afternoon.
Light refreshments were served. Mrs.
H. H. Compton won the first prize, a cut
glass perfumery bottle, and Mrs. L. j
wooason captured tne consolation prize,
a ham painted -pin iray. Those present
were Msdames Lee Wpoison, E. E. Day,
R- L. Faulkner. Sam Manasse. Gus
Manasee, Oscar Lohman, W. F. J.icobv,
G. W. Frencer, J. H. Pa-c:ou, El Ascar
ate, J. 0. Miller. F. Frendnth.il, C. T.
Hagerty, A. B. Fall, H. H. Compto"n, W.
H. H. Llewellyn. M. 0. Llewpllvn, John
Lemon. Frank Islas, L. K. Edwards, P:
J. Crowley, E. C. Wade, sr., W. A.
Sutherland, E. C. Wade, jr.. C. D. Case,
Elias Speare, Hugh Clary, R. P. Porter,
S. W. Laub, D. V. Peacock; Misses Marv
Cuniffe, Fide Tate. Josephine Armijo,
Pearl Miller, Ida Llewellyn, Florence
Dessauer. A. Forwood and H. Petin
CRUCES PREPARES PROGRAM
FOR THE ARMY ENGINEERS
Lns Crudes, X. M., Oct. 10. A joint
meeting of the directors of the Elephant
Butte Water Users' association and the
directors of the Mesilla Valley chamber
of commerce was held on Sunday to
arrange a program for the reception" and
entertainment of the members of the
hoard of arm3' engineers, who are to ar
rive here on Wednesday from El Paso.
From here the engineers will visit the
surrounding country under the dam, in
vestigate the -water system, view the
proposed irrigating ca'nals and then be
escorted to the Leasburg diversion dam.
An elaborate program is being ar
ranged, the final committees to be ap
pointed today. These committees and the
full -program will be published in Tues
day evening's Herald.
THE FEAR OF HUMBUG.
Presents Many People From Trying a
Stomach troubles are so common avd
in most cases so obstinate to cure that
people are apt to look with suspicion
on anj- remedy claiming to be a radical,
permanent cure for dyspepsia and indi
gestion. Many such pride themsolvA.;
on their acuteness in never beintr hum- '
migrgeci, -especially in medicines.
This fear of being; humbugged can he
carried too far, so far, in fact, that
many people suffer for years witlfweak
digestion rather than risk a little time
aiid money in faitnfully testing the
cla'ms made of a preparation so reliable
and universally used as Stuart's Dys
Nov Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets are
vastly different in one important re
spect from ordinary proprietary medi
cines for the reason tha't they are not
a secret patent medicine, no secret is
made of their ingredients, but analysis
shows them to contain the natural di
gestive ferments, pure asceptic pepsin,
the digestive acids, Golden Seal, bismuth,
hydrastics and nux. They are not cathar
tic, neither do they act powerfully on any
organ, but they cure indigestion on the
common sense plan of digesting th
food eaten thoroughly before it has
time to ferment, sour and cause the
miscn'ief. This is the only secret of
Cathartic pills never have and never
can cure indigestion and stomach trou
bles because they act entirely on the
bowels, whereas the whole trouble is
really in the stomach.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets taken
after meals digest the food. That is all
there is to it. Food not digested or
half digested is poison as it creates gas,
acidity, headaches, palpitation of the
heart, loss of flesh and appetite and
many otner troubles which are often
called by some other name.
They are sold by druggists every-where-at
50 cents per package.
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$ Business Begins
SHPHHHlMtt AT nitR MFW QTHPF
sKl ra " advanta
wn3 Our Souvenir Sale
Be Sure and Visit
TO VACATE LAND
The Government Secures In
structed Yerdict in Las
Las Cruces, X. M. Oct. 10. In the
case of the United States against Sam
Rhodes, being for ejectment from land
reserved for the reclamation service in
connection with the Leasburg dam, at
j the conclusion of the testimony Satur
j day afternoon in the third judicial dis
trict court and on motion ot the L. S.
attorney, the court instructed a verdict
for the plaintiff, 'me attorneys for
Mi-. Rhodes immediately gave notice of
their intention to file a motion for a
new trial and the court set Oct. 22 as
the dajr for hearing said motion.
The attorneys for Henry Keese, who
is before the court on a similar case to
that of Rhodes, submitted the case on an
agreed statement of facts. Judgment
was rendered a in the preceding case
and notice given that a, motion for'a
new trial would be filed."
Appeals are now pending in the gen
eral hind office from the decisions of
the local land office rejecting the home
stead entry applications made by
Rhodes and Keese'T"
MESILLA VALLEY FARMER
CRUSHES HAND IN BALER
Las. "Cruces, X. M.. Oct. 10. John
Candler, a Mesilla valley farmer, met
with an accident on Saturday which in
jured his hand. He runs a power baler
on his ranch and while adjusting it, his
hand was caught in between the fly
wheel and the base. The power had not
vet been attached and the baler was bef
ing turned by hand. The hand is badly
mashed and cut and he will noc have the
use of it for many da-s.
FEDERAL GRAND JURY
AT CRUCES DISCHARGED
Las Cruces, X. M., Oct. 10 The
United States petit jury finished its
Ibaors Saturday afternoon and was dis
charged with the thanks of the court.
The territorial court convened this morn
ing at 10 oclock. The territorial grand
jury this morning returned one "no bill"
and two "true bills." It will be in ses
sion for several daj-s more.
LAS CRUCES MAN FALLS AND
HAS FINGER BROKEK
Las Cruces, X. M., Oct. 10. James
Silya. v-hilp cominn- down thfi sf.pno of.
j the armory Saturday night, slipped and
tell on the concrete m such a manner
as to break the first finger of his right
hand, necessitating his canyihg that
member in a sling -for a few days.
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, X. M, Oct. 10. Arrivals
5 tne, Din, ernad? hel.: Geo- K
- lAn-innrc m i itca to 'hvii-.a i. -
Clements, El Paso fair; Christian Klein
and wife, Quincy. 111.; H. Jundt and
wife. Silver City; Joseph J. Klein; A. W.
Hadley, El Paso; Guthrie Smith, Alamo
gordo; R. H. SjTnons, Chihuahua, Mex.
TAIBAX FARMERS BUSY
HARVESTING GOOD CROPS
Taiban, N. M., Oct. 10. The farmers
in this vicinity are busy harvesting
Many good stands of milo maize are
reported stfuth of town, some of which
will make more than a ton to the
Indian corn has done well on the
plains this season and many fields will
make an average of from 25 to 40 bush
els to the acre.
The July and August rains have
made grass good over the entire coun
try and many fai'mers have been cut
ting hay at a very good, profit.
J. Jones, who has a farm north of
town, has cut and baled 10 tons of
gramma hay from his place, which he
marketed at Taiban this week at 50
.cents per bale.
T. J. Atkinson, who sold the cattle
from his ranch southeast of town, is
again stocking the range.
The Luther Watkins irrigation well,
two miles east of town, has prqved
such a success that a committee of
Taiban citizens is at work with a
view of getting the entire Taiban val
ley under irrigation from pumping
plants. It has been estimated that
25,000 acres can be reclaimed in this
manner. The underflow is very
strong and holds at 35 feet.
tomorrow will have
die our Souvenir Sale lasts a week, there
PECOS IS SEEKOTGr
Remarkable Increase in Pos
tal Receipts; Effort to
Get Union Station.
tPecos, Texas, Oct. 10. Postal re
ceipts at Pecos for the quarter ending
September last amounted to $19S7.1S,
as against $1507.42 for the quarter end
ing September 30, 1909; this is an In
crease of approximately 25 percent, amd
basing the receipts from the Pecos
postoffice for the governmental fiscal
year ending March 31, 1911, on the
above figures, it is estimated that the
receipts for the present fiscal year
I will aggregate a total of between SO00
and $9000, or an increase of nearly 40
percent over the receipts of the preced
ing fiscal j'ear, which ended March 31,
last, at -which time the receipts were
slightly above $5000. The possibilities
are that the total figures may even ex-
I ceed the $9000 mark, as the postal re-
duriner the fall and holiday months than
j in spring and summer.
On the strength of this fine showing,
the local postoffice will move into tne
second class, and if the figures shown
reach as much as $10,000 at the end of
the present fiscal year, the city will
be entitled to free city delivery; also
brought "ki line for a federal building.
The congressman from th.is district
will be asked to introduce a bill in the
next congress appropriating not less
than $50,000 for a federal building m
Pecos. Last year on account of the
depletion of funds at Washington a
smaller appropriation was made than
ever before in this country. Therefore
it is believed that the next congress
will be more liberal, and while it takes
several years to get a postoffice ap
propriation bill passed, especially for
the smaller towns, there would really
seem to be no reason why Pecos should
not be on-e of the next towns in west
Texas to secure governmental recog
nition in this regard.
Rev. C. D. Whittingbill, connected
with vrrious Protestant institutions in
Italy, visited Pecos and made a very in
teresting talk at the First Baptist
church here, on mission work in the
Italian provinces. Dr. Whittingbill is
connected with the Italian Theologian
Training school at Rome, and is on a
tour of 'the southwestern states.
A large delegation of preachers and
delegates, on their way to attend the
annual Methodist conference, this year
meeting at Artesia, N. M., left here.
Rev. H. M. Smith, pastor of the First M.
E. church, and Mrs. Albert Sisk, dele
gate, going from Pecos. From other
points in the conference, vRev. J. L
Terry, of El Paso county; S. John, Col
orado City; W. M. Sangford and Joe
Hedgepeth and wife. Artesia; B. W.
Wallin, Marfa; F. Cranner, Sierra Blan
ca; Geo. Ward, Toyah; J. H. Cox, San
derson, and delegate W. M. Duncan
from Fort Stockton. J. S. Wright and
L. M. Law, of El Paso, also left to at
tend the conference.
It is expected that a movement will
be started here to get the Texas & Pa
cific, Santa Fe and Pecos Valley South
ern railroads to unite in putting in a
joint vdepot In Pecos.
SOME NEW BOOKS.
'First Love" toy Marie Van Vbrst (Cloth,
$1.50, The Bobbs"-Merrill company, Indian
apolis) is,foased on a young fellow's wor
ship of a! woman some years older than
himself, but still youthful and very
lovelv. Miss Van Yprst has fully in
dicated the sacrifice of Virginia Bathurst
in giving up the vigorous youne giant
whom she has kindly brooded over since
his earl boj'hood, realizing that greatly
as he must suffer now at the blow, he
will one day thank her for thus forcibly
releasing him and making it possible for
him to marry a girl of his own age. The
interest is "continuous, the narrative
direct and straightforward. First Love
is a charming book, and women espe
ciaHy will read it with pleasure.
"Mv Brother's Keener," by Charles
Tenney Jackson, (Cloth, $1.50, The
Bobbs-Merrill company, Indianapolis)
has as its chief character an actor, mad
man, genius, fool, a preacher, a cut
throat, a poet, a philosopher, a tramp
Herford Rand. He enters the story as a
criminal and dies a hero. Here is an
epic of a great city. a modern story,
crowded with life. It is a novel of
earnest purpose, and cheering optimism.
M S -r
You are cordially invited to come and
inspect the New Building and take
choice of a wonderful j
values for tomorrow.
and San Antonio
TOO 3IAXY CATS IX EL PASO
THINKS JOKE AD VICTIM
Everybody seemed to Have Cats to Sell
to Man Who Didn't Want
WANTED AT ONCE 50 cats. Must
be over G months old and healthy. $1
each for suitable cats. Ask for Mr.
Craig-, Angelus Bar, Mesa ..avenue,
"Can there be so many cats in thej
whole world?" said C. D. Craig-, as he
hung- up the telephone receiver in the
Angelus bar, after informing- the boy
at the other end of the line that "Ive
got all the cats I want. No, it doesn't
make any difference. I know you've
Sot a nice cat, but I don't want it. Xo,
I don't want any gray cat, nqr black
cat, nor -white cat. Xo, I don't want
any kind of a cat. Xo."
It all haDDened following the ap
pearance in Tlie Herald of the above
innocent appearing- want ad.
The want ad was inserted by some
practical joker and soon after the pa
per was issued boys with cats began
appearing- at the Angelus bar and asking-
for Mr. Craig-. Women began calling-
over the telephone,, and at first
Craig, not knowing- of the ad, an
"Yes, I'll take them If they're
Finally someone mentioned that an
ad asking- for cats was in The Herald,
and Craig- started an investigation.
"I'll wager -that 500 boys have been
here with cats," said Craig- Saturday.
"Yellow cats, gray cats, striped cats,
mangy and sick cats, sleek cats and
other kinds have been brought for my
inspection. I've answered the tele
phone steen times this morning-. If I
ever find out -who put that ad in The
Herald, well, just watch me."
R. A. Preston, a G. H. switchman,
has resigned from the service.
From the Experience of El Paso People.
We are fortunate Indeed to be able
to profit Dy the experience of our
neighbors. The public utterances of El
Paso residents on the following- subject
will interest and benefit thousands of
our readers. Read this statement. Xo
better proof can be had.
John Carpenter, 501 X. Stanton St . El
Paso, Tex., says: "I found Doan's Kid
ney Pills to be an excellent remedy and
I always advise their use to anyone I
hear complaining of backache or kidney
troubler While living- in Mexico some
years ago, I did considerable horseback
riding and it affected my kidneys,
causing- a pain in the small of my back
and a difficulty with the kidney secre
tions. At that time I read of Doan's
Kidney Pills and through their use, I
was entirely relieved. Since then I have
taken Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at
Kelly & Pollard's Drug Store as occa
sion has demanded their u?e and they
have always proven of benefit."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Full line of A. G. Spaulding & Bros.' Foot Ball, Base Ball, Tennis and
or her athletic sporting goods.-
THE BEST, THEREFOEE THE CHEAPEST
One price the one that's given.
New goods complete assortment.
W. G. WALZ COMPANY
Southwestern Distributors, A. G. Spalding & Bros.
Sporting and Athletic G-oods.
103 El Paso St.
Our Souvenir Sale
is the Big
Event of the Week
El Paso Household Furnishing- Co.
Bassett Bldg. Corner Stanton and Mills
Moving" day. Snyder Jewelry Co.
AJ3SAYESS & CHEMISTS
independent Assay Qffisa
D. T5. RrcsHAac. E 2. Proprietor.
ChanticdiAnoqms. Mines c&64
ami Reported Upon. Bullion Work m
Office asd Lahoaferyi
Car. S3 Fnafe k CttHfecSis,
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT & FERGUSON,
Successors to Hughes & Critchett.
Assayers. Chemists. Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
3223 San Francisco St. Phone 324.
Artistic Embossing at
Ellis Bros. Printing Co.
Ellis Building, 110 S. Oregon.
Crawford & Gottwald
Planing mill and office, 1200 Mo. St.
Lovr prices on Sash, Doors, and Win
dow Glass: Cabinet Work; Bank,
Store and Office Fixtures.
TRY DR. CilE HOK'S VEGETABLE
ity or weakness
of men, women
an d children.
all Skin Diseases,
tarrh, Heart Dis
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Bell Phone 2910.
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