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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesdar, November 5, 1912
Speaker ' writes "I am troubled with
a tickling sensation after speaking,
which is accompanied with a slight
cough and hoarseness. Can I get re
lief?" Answer ou will not only be reliev
ed, but j ou will be cured by using the
following A.'k our druggist for a 2
oz. tot tie of essence mentho-laxene.
This can be taken pure or can
be made into a full pint of
cough Eruo. I vV directions are given
on the bottle for making. This is very
easily made at home and is perfectly
safe as it does not contain any harmful
ingredients as do most of the so-called
"Ida" writes: "I have suffered with
stomach trouble and constipation for
about two years, and I fear it will
cause appendicitis if I cannot get some
Answer: I recommend that you get
tablets triopeptine and take a pink tab
let after breakfast, a whit tablet after
rlinn.r an 9 hi ne tablet after sunDer.
This is a very excellent treatment and I
is widely prescribed fo its gradual
curative action. Continue this treat
ment for several weeks and I am "sure
you will be cured.
Doctor: Several years ago I took a
tonic which you prescribed for me, but,
it has been so long that I have forgot
ten the ingredients. It was the best
nerve and system tonic that I ever took.
Will you kindly publish the ingredients
Answer: The tonic I always prescribe
for people in your condition is: Syrup
of hypophosphites comp. 5 ozs. ; tincture
cadomene comp. 1 oz. Shake well and
take a teaspoonful before meals. This
is the best nerve and system tonic that
1 know of.
"Hiss Jane" says: "I am very un
happy and very uncomfortable on ac
count of my excessive weight. Please
tell me of a quick and safe remedy."
Answer. Your excessive weight need
not cause you any unhappiness because
vou can be quickly relieved. A reduc
tion of a pound a day is not unusual
after taking the medicine for a week
or two. I advise you to get these two
medicines separately to avoid substitu
tion, mix and shake well and take a
teaspoonful for three days after meals
and thereafter take two teaspoonfuls.
Get 5 ozs. of aromatic elixir and 1 os.
of glycol arbolene. Mix. Continue sev
eral weeks or months as your case may
"Tom" writes: "I have very poor
health on account Of long standing con-
i I A. T An 1-a ai4lrlna nil tha timA
nut would like to get something that
would cure me.
Answer: More illness is caused Dy
constipation than by any other ailment.
You can get plenty of medicines that
will relieve, but if you want something
that will cure, you I would advise the
use of three grain sulpherb tablets tnot
sulphur tablets). They can be bought
Why Take Liver Medicine?)
Men and women of today are Meseed with many advantages unthougat of
mueh leas enjoyed by former generations. For instance, Anatomy, Physiology and
Hygiene are now taught in almost all schools and eolleges with the result that
school girls awl boys of sixteen; nowadays, know more of the science of healthful
life than their ancestors ever knew. So most anyone in answer to the question.
"Why take Liver Medicine?" would answer that the Liver is the great purifying
organ of the system, thehousekeeper," so to speak, of the whole human body, and
that to keep the body healthy the Liver, must be active and performing its full
duty at all times, yet we, ourselves, by over-eating and'drinking and eareless ex
posure and neglect in malarial climate often overtask the faithful housekeeper
ofour bodies the Liver and it becomes tired, sluggish and torpid and fails to
do its full duty, because it iB unable to do more work without help medfeine.
That is why we take Liver Medicine, the Liver needs stimulating awakening. But
be sure you take Liver Medicine because Salts, Castor Oil, Saline Purgatives and
nasty tasting Mineral Waters are worse than nothing, as they only gripe and
dynamite your Bowels and leave you with the after-constipating effect as the only
result of swallowing these nasty doses. Tfcke PODOLAX, a real Liver Medieine.
PODOLAX does not gripe nor sicken; it tastes good and can be taken by anyone
at any time. PODOLAX is a safe, pleasant, guaranteed Liver, Stomach and Kidney
Medicine. Pe a bottle.
Verk of Preparing Xe oeatlen Near
Tacamearl In Being Rushed; Five
Tucumcari, N. M., Nov. 5. J. K. Munt
dell, agricultural expert In charge of
the government experiment station at
this place, reports satisfactory pro
gress nccde towara the removal of the
station from its old location, three miles
east of Tucumcari, to the one recently
chosen at the north edge of town. The
move was necessitated on account of
difficulty in securing government aid in
the experiment work in the old loca
tion, which was in part school land. The
section of land northeast of the city was
secured for a permanent location and
the work of erecting -suitable buildings
on the new 'site was started about two
months ago. In all five adobe build
ings will be erected, costing approxi
Only 20 acres of ground in the new
location has been broken this fall oh
account of the dryness of the season
so far, but it is Intended to break a
great deal more as soon as the fall rains
set in. It is said that the soil in the
new location is superior to that of the
old and will produce crops with less
moisture. The land previously broken
at the "former site will be planted the
coming year In order to be sure of suf
ficient feed for the stock belonging to
the farm up to the time when sufficient
moisture shall have been stored In the
Among the studies which will be con
ducted at the experiment the coming
year is the matter of preparing fallow
land and the length required to sue- .
cessfully and profitably do so. Com- !
WE SELL 0KLY THE KIND WE CAN GUARANTEE. SADDLES
FOR LADIES, COWBOYS, ENGLISH SADDLES, ETC.
Shelton-Payne Arms Co.
?y Z)r. Lewis Baker
The questions answered below are
general in character, the symptoms or
diseases are given and the answers will
apply to any case ui simiu&r iiaiufB.
Those wishing further advice free,
may address Dr. Lewis Baker. College
Bids., College-Blwood Steu, Dayton, O..
enclosing self-addressed stamped en
velope for reply. Pull name and ad
dress must be given, but only initials
or fictitious name will be used in my
answers. The prescriptions can ibe
filled at any well-stocked drug store.
Any druggist can order of wholesaler.
at any drug store In sealed tubes with
full directions for using. I have found
them the most reliable and gradually
T dvi van to set the
foUowtng ingredients and mix at home
to cure your child of bedwettlng: Tine-
tare cubebs, 1 dram; comp. fluid balm-
wort, 1 ox.; and tincture rhus aromatic.
HrarrKi Vlx in water and irive 10
Jo if Stops ne nourbeiorrals
"Miss Anna" writes: "I suffer with
mrv n hAitoches which also af-
fects my eyes. My throat and nostrils
are affected by a catarrh and my breath
is very bad. Could you prescribe a
Answer: I have cured hundreds who
suffer as you do by prescribing the
following and have received many let
cates that ft is speedily "curative, Pur- j
ters from grateiui people wnicn inai
chase a 2 oz. original pacKage or vuane
sss Upofu7 Tnr s$f tk
. .- !. i i,o .
h the nostrirtwo or three times J
a day or until tney are tnorougniy
cleansed; then apply well up into the
nostrils twice daily the following ca
tarrh balm: To-one level teaspoonful of
vilane powder add one ounce of lard
or vaseline. If used according to the
above prescription your catarrh should
soon vanish. This should tie used oc
casionally to prevent its return.
"Mildred K." says: "Please advise
what I can use for a good hair tonic.
My hair and scalp are in a very bad
condition and nothing seems to help."
Answer: The best hair tonic on the
market is sold in 4 oz. Jars and is called
plain yellow minyol. Any up-to-date
druggist will have it This Is superior
to anything known for the, treatment
of the diseases ol the nair ana scaip.
Two or three aDDIlcations nave ueeu
w- .. .. , i 7
known to cure, while it makes the hair
soft fluffy and makes it keep its nat- ,
"Jane" writes: "My nerves are in a
dreadful condition, my appetite is very
poor and I am extremely thin. My face
Is so thin that it makes me very un
happy. I should like you to tell me a
Answer: If you wish to become stout
er, improve your appetite and your
nervous system, 1 heartily recommend
the nae nf three erain hypo-nuclane ;
. . . . ,-i-t- til -TI...1 n nv tx.aU- t
taoiexs, wnni jrwu wi x j t.- ;
'9- X 2m Al4, Jin -w- 4- ffc Tl r
stocKea arug swre, m r u.
with full directions for taking. Hypo
nuclane tablets improve the nutrition,
add red corpuscles to th. bloody
strengthen the nervous system and Im
prove the general health. Many people
report that they have gained from 19 to
30 pounds in two months.
"Harry" writes: "Both my wife and
myself suffer with rheumatism. "We
would appreciate a reply telling us
what to take."
Answer: Mix the following at home
nr hive the druesrist-mix for you: 2
drams of iodide of potassium; sodium
salicylate. 4 drams; wine of colchieum.
one-half oz.: comp. essence earatot, 'i
oz.; comp. fluid balm wort, i ox.; nu
syrup sarsaparilla comp. 5 ote. Take a
teaspoonful at meal time and bed time
Always shake well before using.
Ssind SL80 for Dr. Lewis Bakers
Book on Health and Beauty. "Adver-
parative studies also will be made be
tween results obtained on newly pre
pared lend and land which has been un
er cultivation and moisture preserva
tion for several seasons.
HOMES BUILT AT CORONA.
Corona, N. M.. Nov. 5. O. O. Baker is
erecting a residence in town. A. J.
Atkinson is the contractor.
Oron Sloan has purchased from his
father a residence erected some time
ago on a homestead about a mile from
town and has also purchased from J. T.
Bond an acre tract of land In town and
moved the house In and set it on the
tract purchased from Bond.
IMPROVEMENTS AT MYXDUS.
' Myndus, N. M., Nov. 5. Claudius A.
Hunslker is now making Improvements
on his homestead north of town. He
has built a comfortable house and oth
erwise made things look homelike.
Perry W. Turner, of Iteming, is get
ting ready to put down a well and will
put up a fine residence costing $3500.
BIG DEMAND FOR
Denplte DHty, Buyers from All Parts
ef ibe Country are Eager to Get
the Imported Ones.
While a duty must be paid on Mexi
can cattle entered into the United
States, yet beef in this country is so
scarce that there is a big demand for
all the cattle that can be shipped in
here from the southern republic
Because enough beef cannot be
grown in the United States to supply
the demand, buyers are here from all '
nstrtR nf tha pnnntrv ftnil are scoilttncr '
r r. r I V , , . . . :
along ine ooruer looKing lor goon ueei.
Importing cattle, they must pay a duty
of t per head on those one year of
age or less ana i.o per neau on moire
over that age if they are not valued j
at more, than 314. If a higher valuation
should be placed upon tnem. then the
duty is 27 1-2 percent, ad valorem.
Maiy O'Connor Does Wot
Come and Warren Himself
Engages Another Maid.
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-g---3BM put down the list she was
8 8 ' making out for tae grocerman
and hurried in to answer
telephone It was TVurren.
"Well, she's not coming." he
. "Not coming?" Helen's voice
nrAecoil hoi rllfltnav
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"Just now called up. and said she'd
send xor th ounai6 ana suitcase sne
left-there. Don : know why she phoned
UIC -I IVU. J- JW
But, why. dear WHY isn't she
I "Didn't think the place would suit
her. Of course, that woman who came
' w"h er yesteraay put ner up xo il
' She's been drinking ,more, too her
,v, uni1f"',r' wr. , i JrZ ii
to keep on talking. We re lucfey. all
ri5h,'fto4K, f Lh,T!inTT w
, But, Warren, what SHALL we do?
1 CAN'T go over Sunday without a
j "Til get on
I u leave It to
on the job myseir tooay.
me. I'll have somebody
j by tomorrow Don't fuss about dinner
we'll co out tonight'
"But, dear," began Helen.
"Now, I haven't time to talk.
home around six. Good-bye."
So Mary O'Connor was not coming
after all. "Would they ever get a
girl? Helen was growing desperate.
" hadbeen over -a week now since
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had come to heh out forthe first two
days, but had not been able to come
since, so Helen had everything to do
alone. ! should he begin now, Helen felt that
And now how much longer would it ' it would mean for her much discom
be? Warren had said he would get fort and humiliation.
some one by Sunday, But could he?
In soite of Helen's implicit faith in his iVTTT-iTT3 "? 'TTTTCTf- TO
Nihilities she noiilI not but doubt his.
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success in mis. just now giung a
girl" seemed almost an impossible
Helen went back to her worK witn
?TY-fislTi n-rmntn.t nf Another loner
d ion. How much more " lonely
the apartment was without a maid.
Just the feeling that some one was
working about gave a sense of com
As soon as she finished the grocer
list she began taking things out of
the ice box. That must be cleaned
j c-i. t. i. .h rr
h,nkj h d th would have a
.. ,-, -- .iwavs scrnnnloualv
1 girl. Helen was always scrupulously
particular about the ice box, and now
it could not be put off any longer.
To clean it thoroughly took up most
of the morning. The afternoon she
spent polishing the silver and sweep
ing and dusting the front room and
library. It was the first time since her
marriage that Helen had been left
without a girl, and she was beginning ;
to realize all the discomforts ana Hard
ships that It involved. By the time
u9n tt inmo she wan thorouerhlv
Tve got you a girl all right,'
his cheerful greeting.
"Oh, Tm so glad. Tell me about It."
"Saw an advertisement of a man
who was leaving the city and wanted
1 . --. t,ln a a lrtn i VM!,r .
It waT way up on One Hundred and !
fArtv.fifih ciriwr wnnr riEni nn ana .
saw both the woman and her employ
er. She's been with him for seven
years. But, aside irom nis reierence,
I could see she was just what we
"But how much, dear? Xaybe she'll
expect more than we can pay.
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Ul 3ffl u 4. cuuro j.ms.j i
She has to hel him pack.'
"Tell me something about her.
old is she? Did she look neat?
was"?""! mtce- P I
"Now jus? hold up until you see for !
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11 were go ins -w uiimw, -u wet
ml Jl JI2 -. jfcfca.Jj Vw m .
iiiey nau uiiiaerai. a wu-u u- :
way restaurant. The service was ex- (
ceptionaiiy slow, ana mey uia not gei
throucrh until after 8.
I "We can't get up there now by 8:30,"
; said Helen, anxiously.
"That's all right; we'll go nnyway.
i We'H not take any chances on losing
I this girl."
i Tie Usual Tjpe.
It was a typical apartment witn tne
Imitation, marbled entrance hall and
the wrought iron elevator in charge
of a sleepy .jegro youth. He let them
off at the ninth floor, and Warren rang
the bell at a door in the back of the
It was opened by a comfortable look
ing, white-aproned Irish woman.
"Maggie, this is Mrs. Curtis," said
Warren. "I wanted her to have a
talk with you before we made any
"Yes, sir, just come this way, please."
She led them Into the dining room,
but they were hardly seated when the
portieres were pulled aside by a tall,
pleasant-faced man. .
"Won't you come in here?" inviting
them into the front room where the
scattered newspapers beside the green
shaded table lamp showed he had been
"Oh, don't let us disturb you," pro
"Not at all, come right in. I'll go
into the other room if you wish to
talk to Maggie."
"This isn't a secret conference,
laughed Warren. "We should be glad
to have you stay. My wife, Mr. Hen
derson." In a few moments they were seated
rather awkwardly about the room.
"Well, Maggie," asked Warren, "have
you had any more answers to the
"Oh, ys, sir, a good many."
"Vou haven't tied up with anyone
"Sot yet, sir."
"I told Maggie the place for her
to go,"' interrupted 3r. Henderson.
"He said with you, Mr. Curtis."
"I'm sure that's very kind," said
Warren warmly, "and I hope if Mag
gie does come with us, she'll find as
good a home as, she's had here. I
believe you said she'd been with you
seven years "
"Yes, seven years this fall."
"Well, what do you say," demanded
Warren, turning to Helen, "shall we
close up with Maggie now and have
her come next Tuesday?"
'Why, yes. dear," murmured Helen,
conscious that she had been brought
here to have a talk 'with Maggie, and
yet (she had not said one word since
she entered. Warren had left nothing
for her to say, but had carried things
through wtthj his usual' high-handed
Here Mr. Henderson drew up his chair
a little nearer Helen, and while War
ren was talking to Maggie about the
best way to have her , trunk sent
,,- vr- unj nn o.u in ,-- I
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"You'll find her a very faithful girl.
Mrs. Curtis, and a very competent
one. too. She does the marketing and
oirorvthinsr tnr mi
Yes, Mr. Curtis was telling me
that" said Helen. "And she looks like
she has a good disposition that
means so much."
"Oh, yes. Maggie is very good na
tored and always willing."
"Well, I guess that's about settled."
Warren rose and took up his hat and
cane. "Maggie's going to send down
her trunk -Monday and be there Tues
day morning. We're very much in
debted to you, Mr. Henderson, This
is my business address," takinga card
from hte pocket. "If you're ever back
in the city and want to know how
Maggie's getting along just call me
Mr. Henderson himself showed them
25. provided she don't have to 1 jne manBiac.ur- . pu'" -
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THE THIRD YEAR
to the door to say a few final words
"I'm acting as butler this evening,"
he laughed, as he bowied them out
with a cordial "good night."
A Xice Girl.
"Pretty successful call, eh?" asked
Warren when they found themselves
on the street again. "Think Maggie's
troine to be all right?"
I "Yes. dear, I do, and su
mu8t ood' or he wouid.t
ana surety sne
mend her that way. And I liked him.
too, didn't you?"
"Nice man. Guess she's been a.
mighty good maid for him. Now re
member, she's had full charge there
give her a little rope. Let her do
things her way. Don't be fussing
around after her."
"Why, Warren, you know I never
fuH. around any frirl."
"yell. you're mighty particular J
2POU1 DAV1UB Uliusa uunc jwm j.
I venture she'll do her work afi right
if voull let her alone. (But? a Woman
of that kind don't want to get nagged
J Helen flushed resentfully.
j ways prided herself upon being most
considerate of anyone who worked for
her, and she loathed the very sound or.
the word "nagged."
"Now you're going to have a mighty
good girl," went on Warren. "And
you want to keep her don't forget
Helen was filled with a sudden mis
giving. Because' warren had found
and engaged this servant, was he go
ing to feel that he must champion the
girl at her expense?
He bad never before Interfered with
. the management of their maid, and
OK THE DECREASE
Very Little Spurious Money That Is
. Cleverly 3Iade In Now in Circu
lation Here or Elsewhere.
Counterfeiting is decreasing. So
speaks John E. Wilkie, chief of the
United States secret service, whose
duty it is to supervise ,the Search for
spurious coin and bad bills. He further
remarks' that during the past year
no notes were found which suggested
the work of a really clever crimnial.
In these statements he is borne out
by Charles E. Lewis, of the secret ser
vice department in El Paso; who is also
on the lookout for poor coin and bills.
There never have been any really
well executed counterfeit bills in El
Paso. Local bankers and government
men are authority for this statement
and they should know. Now and then
a few counterieit sliver pieces una
theirwa to tte rMr ' t3T T.,
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IOC oauAS, uui ujnc lto.ro u sit xen Ul
Local counterfeiters have devoted
most of their time to coin, probably
because they were aot expert enough
to try the bill work. Mefcans have,
from time to time, raised bills in a
crude manner. Santiago Chavex, who
was convicted of raising a $1 bill to I
lau. leu i raw mot wen jui lug
federal penitentiary at Fort Leaven
worth, Kan., to spend a term of three
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On April 19, 1911, Celso Perez
convicted of manufacturing 10 cent
pieces and he was sentenced to serve
three years' in the penitentiary. He
had a small grocery store in the Mex
ican nnarter of El Paso, -where the
I officers found a complete outfit for
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main 01 lxi 91141. "Mp1 r j-1
did pass wag of potfr wokiBahp.
H. R. Hinebrand, depwty United
,u. -anoi aulTAfl IT Trio
M W eIeorntrfItle in
El Paso recenHy, said: "There hss
ut that long ago a" man named
R11w-krt)i nfliriA firc jtnrl ixta arrested
i him. He had the dies, but we could j
! find no coin that he bad manufacture... .4
where he had escaped from the United
states marshal who haa mm in charge,
The bathroom should be
given a daily cleaning and a
weekly scrubbing. Nothing
is better than a solution made
by dissolving Gold Dust wash
ing powder in water.
Thoroughly scrub and scald
basin and closet with the hot
suds and pour down the pipes
boiling water to which has
been added Gold Bust in pro
portion of twotablespoons of
Mtt west; to every gallon of
Clean the nickel and brass
fixtures inbathroom by rubbing
with equal parts of whiting and
washing "Inside Information
You can buy a jH
large package of n
Gold Dust for 3
"Let the COLD DUST TWINS do your work '
Qrigktal and Genuine
Th Feed-drink fsF All Ages.
More tealthful than Tea or Coffee.
Agrees with the weakest digestion.
Delicious, invigorating and nutritious.
Rich milk, malted grain, powder form,
A quick Ihdc prepared in a minate.
Take bo substitute. AskforHORLICK'S.
li r I
I n flw i
Til ii i
Others are imitations.
The Army of
Is Growing Smaller Evey Dxy.
LIVER PILLS e
responsible they not.
only pre relK
. they permanently
Beit, fe&'festioe, Sick ReaaacBe, Sa&WSk.
SMALL FILL, SHALL DOSE, SMALL PHJCE
Genuine br Signature
by jumping off a train between Santa
Barbara and Los Angeles. He was
convicted on a counterfeiting charge
in Los Angeles and sentenced to serve
15 years in prison. About one yfear
after that some plumbers were work
ing in the room he had occupied. They
tore out some pipe and found under
the floor several half dollar pieces.
"About the same time a gang was
operating in Juarez. We caught them
on this side and the ringleader led u
to the place where the counterfeit coin
was hid. Three men of the gang got
three years each. Their product and
that of Ellsworth were'so good that it
required an experienced eye to detect
the flaws in the coin."
Confederate bills and old Banco
Minero de Chihuahua bills are some
times passed on unsuspecting Mexi
cans, but there is very little counter
feiting in Kl Paso or the entire south
west Once in a while men paste, a
$56 cigar stamp over the $1 on a Dill
of the latter denomination, trade the
bill for coin and get away with it On
several occasions during the past two
years the police have been notified by
immigrants of such a game being
played on them, but it is several
months since anything of the kind has
"Obo Toack of ZEKO and the Belief
Is Sublime. Try It, Folks!"
"O my, O my, what & blessed relief.
Here I've been suffering the most
awful torture for months, and tried
ZEMO magla The
first time I applied It, all itching
stopped. Now I can sleep nights, and
life is worth, living."
ZEMO is a new wonder a. liquid,
that is guaranteed to stop Itching.
Away go ecaema, eczema pains and sores.
, It stops dajruft in a hurry.
It Is un-
equaled for prickly heat. Irritated and
inflamed skin, skin blotches, sores,
bites, stings and pimples. You can't
AnA 9n1,tMn, v If ,l-,i- l,,
1 there's nothing like ZKMO known or
ZEMO will be a surprise to you just
j. as it has been surprise to thousands
I who have already tried it.
, Don't miss It for 25 cents. When
you have proven with a. 5-ceat bot
tle iow remarkable ZEMO 13 to your
own satisfaction, then you can buy a
31 bottle, which contains six times as
much as the 25-cent bottle.
ZEMO Is sold, at drug stores, in 25
cent and ?1 bottles, or sent direct, on
receipt of price, by B. W. Hose Medi
cine Co., St Louie, Mo.
ZEMO is sold and guaranteed by drug
gists everywhere, and in El Paso by
Kelly & Pollard. A. K. Ryan 4 Co.. Rio
Grande Pharmacy, Knoblauch Drug Co.,
Potter Drug Co.
15c a pound.
"FOLLOW THE CROWD."
The Store Beautiful.
"Went Coast Route"-
Railroad of Mexico
TRAVERSING THE STATES 0?
Cattle Farming- ItiniEg
25 Eiver Valleys
Low Round Trip Settlers'
Farm from El Paso to
and iniei ic late points on sale frett
PasaeBgera availing themselves el
Stopover Privileges a' Tucs-en should
see The West Coast ot Mexke. Re
duced Side Riietiekets now on sale.
Sec S. P. ticket agents for detaik.
i LAWTOH, G. P. u,
GBaymas. Snnora. Mexke.
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JBPmTM H PILLS.
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visSSA JKMj muSM-'
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El Paso has an ideal climate, pure city water,
the right altitude, good drainage, and to make this
complete, keep your buildings sanitary by repaint
ing once in three years.
Tutiie Faint and Qiass Co.
210-22 N. STANTON
Tell These People What You Want
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Bell 608 & 629. DILUGGIS TS
A. E. RYAN & CO.
AISD ATJTO GARAGE. PHONE 1
Our equipment is complete Passenger Automobiles. Auto Baggage Trucks.
Hacks, Livery Rigs, Light and heavy hauling. Storage warehouse.
Call ODOM'S TRANSFER
To haul your baggage or move you. Storage and packing by careful mea.
EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Special equipment for outdoor games.
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Whether yon smoke Duke's Mixture in pipe or cigar
ette, it is delightfully satisfying. Everywhere it is the
choice of men -who want real, natural tobacco.
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In each 5c sack there are one and a half oances of
choice Virgin-; and North Carolina tobacco pare, mild,
rich best sort of granulated tobacco. Enough to make
many good, satisfying cigarettes the kind that makes
rolling popular. And with each sack you get a present
coupon and a book of cigarette papers free.
Get an Umbrella Free
The coupons can be exchanged for all sorts of valu
able presents. The list includes not only smokers' articles
but many desirable presents for women and children,
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212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
Miss Slater asd Miss Tafei, Principals,
1111 - 1115 Terrace Street. Susset Height.
toilet articles, tennis
gloves and masks, etc
and November only tve
will send our illustrated .
catalogue of presents
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for it on a postal, today.
Content from Duke's Mixture may
be assorted rniOt tars from HORSE
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coupons from FOUR ROSES (J-
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CUT, PffiPMONT CIGARETTES.
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tags or coupons issued by us
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