OCR Interpretation


El Paso herald. (El Paso, Tex.) 1901-1931, December 01, 1910, Image 8

Image and text provided by University of North Texas; Denton, TX

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn88084272/1910-12-01/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 8

PASO HERALD
6
Thursday, Dce 1, 1910.
incs John
Gen. "Wood Says
j Are
etys
Brevities
Qui! Drinkln
Not Prepared
For War
BETTER SERVICE TO IaI
MING flJI THF Li-I
By John's Wife
BSSf $$w mIhi ',&'&'"?' "v.
Vm. the happiest little -woman,
In all this litue town;
And my merry laugh and singing.
Takes the place of sigh and frown.
Tor JOHK HAS QUIT HIS DBH.TKUr&
And is lite himself once more...
And the world is Just a paradise
"With snch happiness In store!
One day I read some verses
'Mary's Miracle," thename, '
' And I said, that's John exactly.
And I'll send and get the sameJ
Eo I sent for GOLDES EEMEDY,
(As sly as sl conld be)
And I put it in John's supper
And I put itin his tea.
And it didn't taste a little hit;
Had no odor, so, you see '
It was smoothest kind of sailing;
For little Doctor ile.
And I watched and prayed and waited
(And cried some, too, I guess).
And I didn't have the greatest faith,
I'm ashamed now to conf ess.i
And John never thought a minute, "
' He was being cured of drink.
And soon he's as well as .any one,
( It makes me cry to think!
ii Just makes me cry for gladness,
i I'm so proud to be his wlf e
i ' Since he Is cured of drinking, .
i And leads a nice, new life.
' "Since John he quit a-drinking!"
I can't say it times enough!
And hates andJoathes a liquor
' As he would a poison stuff,
fe And when I say my prayers at nlghfc
As thankful as can be
I pray for John the most of all
j Then GOLDEN EEMEDY.
' Rami Trtafmint For Qrunkiriis
M Odorless and Tasteless Any Iady Caa
I Give It Secretly at Home in Tea,
U Coffee or Food.
Costs Nothing io Try.
If you "have a husband, son, brother,
father or friend -who is a victim of
liquor, all you have to do is to send
your name and address on the coupon
below. You may be thankful as long
as you live that you did it.
Free Trial Package Coupon
Dr. J. "W. Haines Company,
339 Gleipi Bids:., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Please send me, absolutely free, by
return mail, in plain -wrapper, so
that no one can know what it con
tains, a trial package of Golden
Remedy to prove that what you
claim for it Is true in every respect.
Xame
Street '
City
State
FATALLY SHOT, HE
KILLS ASSAILANT
Guanajuato, Mexico, Dec. 1, Gus-
tave Monroe, a prominent mining man,
was shot and killed here by Joe
Sooma, an Italian gambling house
keeper, who 3hot him twice. Monroe
killed Sooma before he expired.
The shooting followed a quarrel in
which Monroe and an old enemy, a
Greek engaged in the Union Garden.
The Greek handed his revolver to
Sooma, who fired and knocked" down
Monroe, who returned the fire with fa
tal effect.
Monroe is survived by a wife who
was on her way here from Mexico City
at' the time of the shooting, and also
leaves relatives in Kansas City, Kans.
DALLAS FIEE LOSS
EXCEEDS $125,000
Dallas, Texas, Dec. 1. Revised fig
ures of the "Wednesday night Dallas
lire places the total loss between ?123,--800
and $350,000. The Buell planing
mill company loses $25,000; Russell ma
chine shops, $17,000; John Hamilton
$10,000; Thomas Quilkin $10,000. Other
losses are confined to small houses.
George Smith and George Markham,
the firemen, injured at the blaze, and
Mrs. J. T. Xieslie, Injured in collision
"with a hose wagon, are reported recov
ering and not seriously injured. The
cause of the fire, originating -in tne
boiler room of the Buell mill, is still
undetermined.
ALL PLANS MADE
FOR BOOSTEE MEET
The gettogether meeting of tire
chamber of commerce will be held
Thursday night beginning at S oclock.
No change has been made in the
program, as printed in Wednesday's
Herald, except the addition of a num
ber -of professional theatrical folk
who -will do turns. They are vocalist
Bert C. Gagnon; violinist. Miss Gladys
Bush; comedian, Bert Hodgkins; elo
cutionist, John Donovan.
"
I
Try This Home-Made
Cough. Remedy.
t
Costs Little, But Doe th,e Work
Quickly, or Money Refunded.
; 't
Mix one pint of granulated sugar
with pint of warm water, and stir
for two minutes. Put 2 ounces of
PInex (50 cents worth) in a pint bot
tle; then add the Sugar Syrup. Take
a teaspoonful every one, two or three
hours.
You trill find that this simple rem
edy takes hold of a cough more quick
ly than anything else you ever used.
Usually ends a deep-seated cough in
side of 24 hours. Splendid, too, for
whooping cough, chest pains, bron
chitis and other throat troubles. It
stimulates -the appetite and is slightly
laxative, which helps end a cough.
This recipe makes more and better
cough syrup than you could buy ready
made for $2.50. It keeps perfectly and
tastes pleasant.
PInex is the most valuable concen
trated compound of Norway white pine
extract, and is rich in guiaicol and
all -the natural pine elements which
are so "healing to the membranes. Oth
er preparations will not work in this
formula.
This plan of making cough syrup
with Pinex and Sugar Syrup (or
strained ihoney) has proven so popu
lar throughout the United States and
Canada, that it is often imitated. But
the old, successful formula "has never
been equaled.
A guarantee of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded, goes with
this recipe. Tour druggist has Pinex,
or will get it for you. If not, end to
The Pines Co.. Ft. Wayne. Ind.
SARTA FE
Chamber of Commerce Gets
.Merchandise Car Put on
Santa Fe.
Knowing that prompt and reliable
freight service is necessary in order to
make any city a jobbing center, and
realizing that such service isjust as
necessary as favorable freight rates,
the chamber of commerce has been do
ing all it can to improve the merchan- j
dise schedules on the different El Paso
line.:.
Some time ago the Santa Fe agreed
to very materially reduce their time on
shipments for Deming and all points in
the Silver City district, and really did 1
improve this service a great deal, but
on account of changes In ..he personnel
of the transportation department of
that line, the promised service was not
maintained at all times.
For. Promise, to Help,
A conference was had a few days
since with W. R. Brown, general agent,
Supt, Summers of the Rio Grande rdi-visic-n,
general superintendent Kurn
and general manager Fox, relative to
the service, to which the business in
terests of this city thought they were I
entitled. General manager Eetf, with
out any hesitancy, declared himself not
only willing, but anxious to favor El
Paso with the very best service and
such as will cause the minimum num
ber of criticisms, and further gave
positive assurance that arangements
would be made at once to give this
city the very best service to the terri
tory our merchants are anxious to
reach.
merchandise Car for Deming.
A merchandise car will be forward
ed daily from this city loaded with
freight for Deming and points north on
the" Santa Fe, reaching Deming early
the- following morning, at -which place
it will break bulk and freight for Sil
ver City and other points in that dis
trict will reach its destination the next
morning. Freight for all points north
on the main line will be forwarded
each evening and reach the different
destinations the following day.
RATES TO BE MADE
LOWER SAYS BROWN
Scarcity of Producing Sta
tions Makes Bisbee Rate
Appear Higher.
Bisbee, Ariz., Dec- 1. Members of
thet Bisbee board of trade met In the
private car Alamogordo with A. N.
Brown, general traffic manager and
Eugene Fox, general passenger and
freight agent of the El Paso & South
western road. Mr. BrowJi stated that
the South-western would not see any
Arizona towns receiving better rates
than the towns it serves. He also
stated that the Southwestern would
make the reduction in rates asked at
the Phoenix hearing, although his road
was not made a party in that applica
tion. He was asked why the freight rate
between El Paso and Bisbee was the
same as between the Missouri river
and El Paso, and he said that the east
ern roads had a general producing
country to draw from on 'ever five
miles of track, while the Southwestern
has 200 miles of road without a pro
ducing station.
Mr. Fox stated that the Southwest
ern passenger traffic between El Paso
and Bisbee is not productive of any
profit and one train Is run at a loss.
o
TO IXSTAL.L. GASOLINE MOTOR
OX.LA3IT-SANTA FE DIVISION.
Albuquerque, N. M., Dec. 1. An
nouncement is made that the Santa Fe
Railroad company will install a gaso
line motor on the Lamy-Santa Fe divis
ion. The trip now requires an hour
and 45 minutes for the return trip and
it is expected to make it in half that
time.
SANTA FE ENGINEER HAS
PERPETUAIi 3IOTION SCHEME
Las Vegas. N. M. Dec 1. John R.
Kirk, the oldest eneineer emploj'ed on
the Santa Fe, claims to have invented
a perpetual motion machine after
working on it for 27 years. He re
fuses to give any details of the ma
chine. Matinee. Happy Hour, Saturday, 2:30.
c
SPECIAL ELECTION CALLED
TO ELECT REPRESENTATIVE
Austin. Texas, Dec. 1. Governor
Campbell issued a call today for a
special election for "Williamson and Bur
net counties to elect a successor to
representative C. C. Pearson, deceased.
A. M. Kennedy, of "Waco, arrived today
and secured rooms for headquarters in
the Avenue hotel. He says he is in the
race to win. He believes his rooms
lucky, as they are the same occupied
by T. B. Love, Pat Neff and .T. C. Sher
rill, " successful candidates for the
'peakership. The Agricultural commis
sioner appointed today J. C. Lindsay, of
Palo Pinto, as chief clerk of the de
partment, succeeding Sam Dickson, re
signed. The latter devotes .his whole
time to editing the semi-weekly Hous
ton Post.
i FOR MESA SCHOOL MEETING
The Parents-Teachers association
' of thA Mesa school will hold its open
meeting promptly at 3 oclock Friday
afternoou. A program with attractive
features has been arranged". It in
cludes a vocal solo by .Mrs. J. "W.
Coffin, a paper on "Habits" by Mrs.
James R- Harper, and addresses on
"Conservation of the Child," by Dr.
Howard Thompson, and N. M. "Walker,
of The El Paso Herald.
BARN-BURNING ROBBERS
ARE PURSUED BY POSSE
Durant, Okla.. Dec. ' . A posse is
pursuing and expects to capture the
robbers who burned to the ground the
laree feed barn of Morrison & Brown.
i merchants and cattle dealers located
j at Robbers Roost, east of Durant, last
night, sensational developments -are
expected. The loss totals are esti
mated at $8000.
SITE SELECTION MAY NOT
BE MADE UNTIL JANUARY 1.
i It will be later than January 1 be
fore thev site for the El Paso postof
fice is selected, according to postmas
ter J- A. Smith- Inspector Plant will
probably arrive in "Washington about
December 15, bu it Is hardly probable
that any action relative to the post
office site will 'be taken until after
the holidays.
1 Matinee, Happy Hour. Saturday. 2:30.
Train Bulletin.
All afternoon and night trains are
reported on time.
Admits Killing Father.
Muncie, Ind., Dec. 1. Arraigned on
the charge of having murdered his
father by beating his skull and throw
ing him into a well, Benjamin Smith
pleaded guilty. "When asked by judge
Fills whether he would prefer the
court or a jurjr to determine his pun
ishment. Smith said he Would gladly
leave it to the court.
Dr. Cameron, Drawt, reliable dentis
try, reasonable prices. Guar. Shoe Bldg.
Vessel Is "Wrecked.
Kingston, Jamaica, Dec 1. The
British steamer Barranca, which ar
rived here today, reports having sight
ed on November 28 an unidentified
steamer ashore near Turks island.
There was no sign of life on the ves
sel, which apparently was a complete
wreck.
liny alien Sliced Pineapple.
"We have just received a special ship
ment of Hawaiian sliced pineapples, 2
pound cans 20 cents; 3 pound cans 25
cents.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Phone 353.
Cleveland Bars Salome.
Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. 1. Mary Gar
den will not be allowed 'to appear m
"Salome" here. Mayor Bauher so an
nounced when the manager of the the
ater at which the grand opera star is
booked tc api .ar soon asked him If he
would interfere -vith the performance
of the Straubr opera.
"C 1 BUIInstou, 703 Magoffin. TeL
14S9, painting, paper hanging, decorating
Canned Asparagus.
This is the time of year when as
paragus tastes good. We have some
very select white asparagus at the
special price of 30 cents a can.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Phone 353.
7
SelliiiK Red Cros Stamps.
Vash:nglcr. D. C, Dec 1. Head
Quarters of the American National Red
Cross announced tonight that Christ
mas seals are being printed " at the
ra'te of 1,000,000 a day and that already
60,000,000 have been given out to
agents throughout the United States.
Town Hums.
Mount Vernon, Ind., Dec. 1. Many of
the families of the village of New
Haven, 111., which was practically de
stroyed by fire yesterday, were hard
pressed last night for shelter. The
town, seven miles from this city, was
SUES FOR STATUES
ON STATE CAPITOL
George Gray Barnard, the sculptor,
wno has returned .to this country from
Paris to further his suit against the
state of Pennsylvania for money he al
leges is owed him for the statues for
the capitol building at Harrisburg. The
sculptor when first set to work on the
building was under the Impression that
$700,000 was to be expended for statu
ary. This was cut down by the archi
tect to $100,000. When Barnard fin
ally undertook the work it was under
financial difficulties, and it is said that
he had to sell part of his art collection
to pay his workmen, Barnard's exhibi
tions at the Salon in Paris wer-i the
subject of much favorable comment.
EAGER TO WORK
Health Regained by Right Food.
The average healthy man or woman
Is usually eager to be busy at some use
ful task or employment.
But let dyspepsia or indigestion get
hold of one, and all endeavor becomes
a burden.
"A year ago, after recovering from
an operation, " writes a Michigan lady, j
"my stomach and nerves began to give
me much trouble.
"At times my appetite was voracious,
but when Indulged, andigestion' fol
lowed. Other times I had no appetite
whatever. The food I took did not nour
ish me and I grew weaker than ever. .
"I lost interest in eyerythln;; and
wanted to be alone. I had always had
good nerves, but now the merest trifle
would upset me an-1 "brin?? on a " iolent
headache. "Walking across the room
war an effort and oras'jr oc 1 exercise
was out of the Question.
"I had seen Grape-Nuts aCvertlsed,
but did not believe what I read at the
time. At last when it seemed as if I
was literally starving, I began to eat
Grape-Nuts.
"I had nof been able to work for a
year, but now after two months on
Grape-Nuts I am eager to be at work
again. My stomach gives me no trouble
r.ow my nerves are steady as ever, and
interest in life and ambition have come
back with the return to health."
Read "The Road to' "Wellville," in
pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Ever read the above lette? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and full of human
Interests
fr r sasar --" 1
iMMiA
Gen. Leonard Wood, the chief of staff, whose annual report on the nee
of the military establishment has just been completed. He declares that the
crmy of the United States Is woefully unprepared for war with a first class
power. This Is due principally to two causes: The lack of any sufficient
preparation for a mobile army and the failure of the war department to as
semble an adequate reserve of war material. He advocates a reserve army of
300,000 men.
The chief of staff does not dwell at length on all the facts vihich have led
to his conclusion, but he has submitted reports to the secretary of war and
is prepared to go before a committee o i congress and urge that the present
conditions be remedied.
without fire protection.
$75,000.
The loss is
New picked strawberries every day.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
phone 353.
New Boats for Navy.
Washington, D. C.vDec. 1. New ships j
proposed. In the naval estimate are:
Two battleships, one collier, one gun
boat, one river gunboat, two sea groin;;
tugs, two submarines and one subma
rine tender. The initial step to adl
to the navy the four submarine tor
pedo boats authorized at the last ses -
sion of congress will b,e taken on Feb
ruary 6, when proposals will be
opened.
Dr. Schnller, TJentrrr, loberjts-Banner-
Xevr Shelled Xuts.
New shelled pecans, pound 70c.
Neu- shelled almonds, pound 60.
New shelled walnuts, pound 60c.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Phone 353.
Man's Life Threatened.
Pueblo, Colo., Dec. 1. After failing
to follow the instructions in two let
ters received recently in which he was
Connecticut's New
Democratic Governor
Governor-elect Simeon E. Baldwin of Connecticut, who is one of the promi
nent men who -will speak at the conference of governors, now in session In
1 Frankfort, Ky,
threatened with death unless he pro
vided for a -woman -who he claims is
unknown to him, Q. Pendergrast, Rio
Grande master mechanic, has received
a letter in which the writer announces
that he Is now on the way here from
Galveston, Texas, to kill Pendergrast.
The writer is believed to be mentally
unbalanced
To Train Officers, to Fly.
Washington, T. C, Bee. 1. Glenn H.
.Curtiss. the aviator, has proposed to
the war and navy departments to in-
pfmnt cavftml rfftne-rz whn mav hf rift.
aiied for the purpose, in aviation
without expense to the government.
Curtiss has secured a mile course neat
Los Angeles, which will be used as a
training school.
Di. J. A. Hedrlck. surgeon and gyne
cologist. Roberts-Banner building.
Tom Lawson's Man Kills Self.
Boston, Mass., Dec I. John F.
Donahoe, of Lynn, for 12 years a con
fidential clerk in the employ of Thom
as W. Lawson, the financier, commit
ted suicide by jumping in front of
an electric train in the "Washington
street tunnel. The cause of the act
is unknown. Donahoe became promt
WASHINGTON
, J COMFORT SHOES
The Shoes Without Buttons or Laces
Easily tired, sensitive feet that ache and
are swollen at night, that cause discom
fort if you stand long or walk far, that
itnh cnd nersoire. o-et lasting relief from
Mayer Martha Washington Comfort
Shoes, You will
know what genume
ai rnmTon is uiilu vuu
IL worn these perfect fitting:1
1 shoes. Fit snugly
I anyinstepyetareroomyjj
1 and easy on tnereet
tf Genuine Comfort
The rubber at the sides gently yields
nreventiner cinching or binding. Easy ;
off no buttons or laces.
You will never get real comfort, rest or relief until
you have worn the genuine Mayer Martha Washington
Comfort Shoes.
Made in three sizes and three heights.
Be sure to get the genuine. There are many inferior imitations.
Reject as counterfeit anything offered as Martha Washington with
out the Mayer Trade Mark stamped on the sole. The best mer
chants handle the genuine. If you can't find a dealer write to us.
The realMarthaWashington has ihejiame
i n
H '
MarthaWashington ana Mayer Irade
Mark stamped
nent in 19 OS by suing Mr. Lawson for
S250.000, for services.
Dr. W. R. Vcefc.s, chronic diseases.
Society and Baslneas Stationery. .,
Engraved, embossed printed.,, All
work done in El Paso. - '
J. B. Sutton Co., 32S Texas St.
Large queen olives 25 cents a prat
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Phone 353.
Negligence Causes Deaths.
Trinidad, Colo., Dec. 1. Gross negli
gence on the part of" the Colorado Fuel
and Iron company in failing properly to
sprinkle and clean Its Starkville mine
in accordance with the laws of the
state of Colorado is charged in the
verdict of Ihe coroner's jury on deaths
caused by an explosion in the mine,
October S, resulting in the death of 56
miners.
GETS PATENT QN
SMELTING PROCESS
Dr. 0. B. Dawson, of 806 San Antonio
street, has received letters patent for tlie
production of metallic zinc B3 the use
of coal and water he makes vapor zinc
which is then water cooled and turned
into metal. By the old system it was
necessary first to produce oxides. This
is a now basis patent and is considered
important.
Another patent which Dr. Dawson re
cently secured, and one which he con
siders of much greater importance is to
take non-concentrating ore such as cop
per and reduce it to a metal in the gang
making an ideal metallic concentrate.
He states that this method has been
used by the Arizona Copper company at
Olifton, Ariz., and by theXJTeene Cana
nea company at Canahea, Son., !Mex., and
has proved successful. He says that he
has a 100-ton furnace in operation at
the El Paso Foundry and intends to
move itr to one of the southwestern
mines and demonstrate it there.
TO CONSECRATE BISHOP
TEMPLE AT WACO, DEC. 15
Waco, Tex., Dec. 1. The consecration
of Bev. E. A. Temple, bishop-elect of
the Xorrh Texas Methodist Conference
diocese, recentlv created, will take place
here Dec. 15. tlfc'Bt. Bev. D. S. Tuttle.
presiding bishop of the Episcopal church
in the United States and bishop of Mis
souri. Bt. Bev. A. C. Qarrett, of Dallas,
and Bt. Bev. J. W. Johnson, of San An
tonio, will act as consecrators.
L
DIAZ SUGGESTS TAKING
OVER AX.I WATER RIGHTS
Mexico City, D. F., Dec. 1. Presi
dent Diaz has sent to the chamber of
deputies a bill for their approval
which calls for the federalization of
all water rights. It is claimed that
ucder the present individual state con
trol, considerable time is required in
securing concessions.
TO PROTECT HIS BROTHER
YOUNG MAN KILLS HIM
"Wnntrp'il. One.. Dec. 1. In an effort
to protect his brother, Fred Drexel '
Rodgers. 2S years old. of Philadelphia
fr-ttii t.ht hnre of n wounded bull moose.
.. -- -. j .
. T. Kodgcrs tired several snots trora
his rifle, one of which killed the young
man.
IMPORTS MULES.
G. F. Bell imported 60 head of mules j
Eaihaj and will ship them to California.
'IfiBiiiisffll
KmKSBSBwKgfi !99bVIS
IkSSSX Look AHfSlw
v m.TX- -vr r At- vm. imkw
Mr A A IIB 1H1K ."k. -fc.HBfe.
X'iJWnDX iraae Marx: fefclKlH
S&Tk) 0,e 8fcBBM
9
i m
never k
loot:
iiuvc
over;
on the sole,
FREE If you will send us the
name of a dealer who does not
handle Martha Washington Com
fort Shoes, we will send you free,
postpaid, a beautiful picture of
Martha Washington, size 15s20.
We also make the stylisli
Leading Lady Shoes, Yerma
Cushion Shoes, Special Merit
School Shoes and HonorbUt
Shoes for men.
F.&UyerBMi&SiieGi.
MILWAUKEE, WIS.
IMPROVEMENTS IN
THE PDSTOFFICE TO
mVE MOItE B005M
Improvements have started at the
postoffice. TTork on the mezzanine floor
was started Thursday morning. It will
be about IS by 32 "feet ind will be
utilized by the mailing department. Is
will be ready for the holidays. J. I.
Hewitt &, Son have the contract.
A metal chute will be installed for the
purpose of shooting mail matter dewn to
the ground floor while heavy sacks will
be lifted by a block and tackle and light
er mail will be raised on an elevator.
Xew filing sases have been received,
a metal one in which $2000 worth of
stamps for retail can be kept.
Two large general delivery cases will
be installed in a day or two.
A new door is to be cut in the rear of
the postoffice to be used for the receipt
and dispatch of registered matter.
Matinee, Happy Hour, Saturday, 2 30.
FORT WORTH OFFERS TO
RELIEVE DALLAS DROUTH
Ft. Worth. Tex., Dec." 1. The city
commission today adopted resolutions
authorizing mayor TV. D. Davis to uifer
the ciey of Dallas a water supply in view
of the" shortage there. It is expected
tanks laden with artesian water will he
sent over today.
Dallas RteseJ Offer.
Dallas, Tex.. Dec. 1. The report
that Fort Worth offers to h,elp Dallas
sclve its water supply problem by
sending tank cars filled with water to
Dallas, was received with grins at the
.city hall today. Commissioner Doran
said:
"We have not asked Fort "Worth to
help and don't expect to. We are solv
ing the water problem of the big city
ourselves."
It is intimated that Fort Worth
seeks advertisement and the Dallas
commissioners are piqued.
Hay be permanently overcome
by proper personal efforts,
with the assistance of the one
truly beneficial iaxative-syrup
OF FIGS AND EUXIRofSENNA,
WHICH ENABLES ONE TO FORM REGULAR
HABITS DAILY, SO THAT ASSISTANCE TO
HfOORE HAY BE 6RA0OALLY DISPENSED
WITH WHEN 0 LONGER KEEPER AS THE
BEST OF REMEDIES, WHEN REQUIRE&
ARE TO ASSIST 8AT0RE AND HOT TO SUP
PLANT THE NATURAL FUNCTIONS. WHICH
HOST DEPEND ULTIMATELY UPON PROPER
MUHSHMENT. PROPER EFFORTS AND
RIGHT LIVING SENERALLY.
TO 6ET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECISi ALWAYS BW THE
6ENUINE.SY8UP"-Fl6S AND ELIXIR ""SENNA
HMWFfiCnffiEDBVTHE
$uforn!A Fig Syrup 0.
FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING 0RUG55STS
CWE SIZE ONLV. PRICE 5G$ A BOTTLE
a-:...:;;: Miwim H!im:?i ;:- " . a
in in ikMMH mm&to i i'ii;:. !
KK" IJlBRl
ifiiJ; tS-ai HRMMr
a raft x AsfSm liffiffi
W?
with every step, 81
to nut on or take 9

xml | txt