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EL PASO HERALD
12 Tuesday, lToYenibcr 19, 1912
The El Paso
The Story of Edward Howard
and the first American watch, is the title of a little book which we
would like very much for you to rerfd. It's free for the asking.
At this time of year it would he a splendid idea for all the
members of the family to "chip in" with their savings and buy
father a GOOD FKESE&T, and HOWARD WATCHES ARE GOOD.
We display a variety and it is always our pleasure to show
A. D. Foster Company
EL PASO'S POPULAR JEWELRY STORE.
J. F. Daniels, Manager. ,
I About El Pasoans )
Miss El&abeth Fry Is getting along
as well as can be expected. Saturday.
during the strm. a window blew in
at the El Paso Steam laundry, where
Miss Fry is employed as bookkeeper.
and cut her Very severely on the ia.ee.
below the left eye.
James & McGinn, of the Santa. Fe
Fuel company, is at Hotel Men. where
he underwent an operation for ap
pendicitis on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Valdespino
are being congratulated on the birth
of a little daughter.
jt jt j
Mis. James Meuttmann is ill at her
Mrs. W. C Davis has received news
of the illness of ber daughter. Maggie,
who is attending school at the West
lake school for girls in Los Angeles.
Me. D'Mille's Beauty Hits
iFrom the Journal of Fashion.)
"To keep the skin clear, smooth, fair
and white use a complexion beautifier
made by dissolving a package of maya
tone in a half pint of witch hazel. Genii-
massage face, neck and arms with
this in the morning and it will hold all
da. It prevents the growth of hair
and will not rub off or show like pow
der, while it gives, a lovely, soft and
"To make thin, short eyelashes grow
in long, thick and silky, apply plain
pyroxin to the lash roots with thumb
and forefinger. Applying pyroxin to
straggly eyebrows will make them
long, silky and darker in color.
"For cold in the head or chest, there
is nothing better than Mother's Salve.
Jt is easy to use and quick to act. Ca
tarrh is a beauty destroyer, and
Mother's Salve will relieve catarrh
"Dull and lifeless hair makes a
woman look older than she should.
Jrv shampooing makes the hair bright
fluffy and clean. Put four ounces of
orris root in a fruit jar, and mix it
well with an original package of
therox. Sprinkle a little on the head
once a week and brush out thoroughly.
This treatment cleanses the scalp and
makes the hair lustrous and wavy.
"Superfluous hairs are humiliating,
and for those who desire a hair re
mover, delatone is suggested. Make a
paste with a little delatone and water,
cover the hairs; after a minute or two
wash the skin, and the hairs will be
gone. This treatment is sure, safe and
With Blotches. Could not Rest Day
or Night. Solid, Raised Up Mass.
Scratched Until Bled, Entirely
Cured of Torment by Cuticura
Soap and Ointment.
Glen Wfltoa, Va.-""fFive years ago 1
was in a terrible state of suffering with
blotches on my hmbs, of the most intense
stfogfeig and itching that
could very weH be de
scribed. I could not rest
day or night; the itching
was so severe that it
waked me out of sleep.
I could never get a full
night's rest I had to
serateh to allay the ter
rible itchinc and I actually
scrubbed the very flesh so severely that in
a short time the affected places were so
sore I could scarcely walk with any ease
or comfort. The places were a soBd raised
up mass. I would scratch the parte until
they would bleed and get sore. I tried
home remedies but got no good; the Itching
Juat kept on getting worse. I used some
salve which simply was no good at all.
"I happened to see the Cuticura Soap
and Ointment advertisement and wrote for
a free sample. Almost like magic I com
menced getting reHef. I bought a 50c. box
of Cuacura Ointment and some Cuticura
Soap and I was entirely cured from a
torment that would be hard to describe."
(Signed) W. P. Wood, Mar. 9. 1912.
Cuticura Soap (25c.) and Cutfcara Oint
ment (50c.) are sold throughout the world.
Liberal sample of each matted free, wfth32-p.
book on skin, and scalp troubles. Address
post-card "Cuticura. Dept. T, Boston."
4S-Tender-)eced men should use Cuticura
Soap Shaving Stick. 25c Sample free.
Mrs. G. O. Ellis delightfully enter
tained on Monday evening with a party
in celebration' of the birthday anni
versary of Miss Martha Poole. Mrs. El
lis's home was decorated in pink and
white Roses and carnations were at
tractively used and crystal candlesticks
tied with pink maline added to the
color. Bridge was played. The first
Srise for the men was won by Dr.
ranch Craige, and the consolation by
Guntber Lessing. The girl's first prize
went to Miss Martha Poole, and the
consolation to Miss Carrie Race. Two
courses of refreshments were served to
the following guests: Misses Katnerine
Gorbutt, Glen Adams. E. Moore, Lena
Heep, Carrie Race, Martha Poole. Har
riett Ellis, Lee, Walton: Messrs. Tom
Mayneld, Gunther Lessing. Lowther
Wood. Dr. Branch Craige, P. D. Thomas,
J. W. Pruitt, H. A. Hamilton.
Dinners and Luncheons
An enchilada supper was given at
the First Christian church on Satur
day evening by the Vilas school, the
money to so toward paying for the
piano at the school. Everything for
the supper was donated by the par
ents of the children attending the
school and $82 was cleared.
Mr. and Mrt. Frank Bennett are en
tertaining this evening with a dirtier at
the Harvey house, in honor of Miss
Pearl Watson, the guest of Miss Pansy
Biggs. The personnel of the party is
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eennett, Misses
Pansy Biggs and Pearl Watson, Messrs.
Fred Payne, of Marshfield, Ore., and
-Keddie Van Dust.
Miss Lauramaud Fink will enter
tain on Wednesday afternoon with a
linen shower in honor of Miss Helen
THE -COLT" DIBD.
When Mrs. Grant was visiting the
general in front of Petersburg she hap
pened to be at hand when a native
woman walked into the yard to deliver
"It's a long walk here," the woman
"Don't you own a horse?" asked Mrs.
Grant ., -, .
"We had a colt, but if died last
week," the woman sniveled. She sud
denly began to weep.
Mrs. Grant sympathetically re
marked that the family must have
been very fond of the colt, whereupon
the woman dried her eyes.
"Fond of him? Well. I should say.
It was like seem one of the family
took to see that colt go as he did.
We-all loved every inch of him."
Mrs. Grant inquired how they came
to love the colt so dearly.
"Why," sobbed the woman, "we've
had that (olt now for goin' on 22
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EL PASO STREET
Church Affairs III i 1 111 Women's Organizations ggj&g
I III I LODUUCICU WJ I I I i m
A good congregation assembled at
the calvary-Houston Square Baptist
church last night to hear the discus
sion of religious work among the non
Caucasian peoples of America.
In her paper on "The Amd-lcan In
dians," Mrs. P. H. Hermans, after re
lating some of the wrongs that the
red men had suffered at the hands of
the white man. asserted that they had
received many benefits from the con
tact. She paid a tribute to the Cath
olic missionaries and gave a review
of Protestant labors among these peo
ple. The indians are very reverent and
devout by nature, and are by no means
beyond redemption and a great work
may yet be done among them, she
Speaking of the negro, Bradford Har
die said: "The negro has suffered
much injustice at the hands of the
white people. He was often taken ad
vantage of in a commercial way and
his ignorance was imposed upon, but
the greatest injustice we have done
them is in withholding the gospel from
them. The greatest evil attendant
upon the changed status of the negroes
since the civil war, is their being de
prived of being taught and preached
to by white people. The hope of the
negro people today is in the help of
that nature that Christian white peo
ple can give them."
Rev. C R. Womeldorf stated that
there are 750,000 Mexicans in the
United States arid that only one and
one-fourth percent have been reached
with an evangelical gospel. He said
that of all the difficulties of religious
work among these people, the attitude
of the Americans was the greatest.
"There is no halo about this work: we
see the unattractive features of these
people at our door, but that ought to
constitute our call to help them." said
he. "Every church in this city ought
to have its representative among the
On account of sickness in her family,
Mrs. George B. Culver will be unable to
take her part on the program tonight
at the union missionary service In
Westminster Presbyterian church. The
topic will be "The Immigrants," and
the program follows:
Scripture reading. Rev. K. L. MilH
Anthem, "His Tender Care." By wag
ner. Prayer. Rev. Kenneth Brown.
"The Volume and Sources of Ameri
can Immigration," J. A. Gillett.
"The Attitude for Christians to Take
Toward the Strangers Within Our
Gates," Rev. R. T. Hanks.
Benediction. Rev. Henry Easter.
The young women of the Mission
circle of the First Christian church
held their regular monthly meeting In
the church parlors on Monday after
noon. Miss Myrtle Langford, the vice
president, presided and the program
was in charge of Miss Mattie Clark.
The subject for the day was "India."
Four new names were added to the
membership. The next meeting will be
held on Mondav afternoon. December
9, with Miss Eunice Anderson, fill
Thursday afternoon at 5 oclock the
Missionary society of the Alta Vista
Methodist church will hold the regular
meeting at the home of Mrs. George
Harper, at 3608 Bliss street. Mrs. W. R.
Howell will have entire charge of the
program. Mrs. D. R. Reeves assisting
with a scripture lesson. The instalation
of officers will be held at this time.
Thursday there will be an all-day
opening of the new mission home of
the First Methodist church at the cor
ner of Tays and Fifth streets. The
home is in charge of Miss Blood, of
Albuquerque. JT. M., who has recently
come here for that purpose. In order
to supply the new home with neces
sary articles, a linen shower will be
given at the home on Thursday. On
Friday evening there will be a recep
tion tendered the new pastor and his
wife. Rev. and Mrs. Herman G. Por
ter, in the church parlors.
The Daughters of the Queen will en
tertain this evening at the home of
Mrs. R. J. Carson.
John Arthur Rule, of Terraxas, Mex.,
arrived in the city on Monday. Miss
Rena Coldwell and Mr. Rule will be
married on Wednesday at St. Clement's
Episcopal church, at 3 oclock in the
afternoon and leave immediately for
San Francisco and other California
points on their honeymoon, returning
to Terrazas, where they will make
their future home.
& 3& &
Miss Delia Stretch and Leo E. Mor
rison were united in marriage by Rev.
J. F. Williams at his home on Mon
day morning at 10 oclock. The bride
is recently from Ireland and the groom
is a Texan.
Miss Dora Cohen entertained with a
dinner on Sunday evening in honor of
Miss Rose Frankel, a bride-elect of
December. Miss Frankel will become
the bride of Ben Rome, of thic ity.
John Brunner announces the en
gagement of his daughter. Miss Stella
Brunner, to Thomas B. Milam.
Free Hippodrome.- Skating Rink
tickets free with each pair of skating
shoes. Hlrsch-Ullman Shoe Co. Adv.
She If fashion makes our dresses
any skimpier I really don't know what
we women -will do. He I do: you'll
wear the dresses. Chicago Post
Free Hippodrome Skating Rink
tickets free with each pair of skating
shoes. Hlrsch-Ullman Shoe Co. Adv.
"So he believes that nearly all pres
entday reformers are actuated by sel
fish motives?" "Yes. He even insisted
that a bald headed man started the
swat the' fly crusade." Buffalo Ex
press. A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevar.
R. T. Felix Oouraud's Oriental
Cream or Magical Beautifier.
Removes Taa- Xtmpta.
Preeiles. Moth Pt,
Bull, and Skin DfeeaKe.
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Accept no counter
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Syre id to a
liir of toe hat
ton (a patient):
"As yoa tulles
wgl ae them,
Gmrand'a Cream' as tbe leut bsnuntl of all U
rtta prejnr&tions." For sale by all druggists and Fancj.
Goods Dealers la tbe United States, Canada and ftnpc
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Telephones 2020 or 2010. day;
and 345. night.
The Very Newest Negligee
Every 'woman really wants to see
herself dressed "a la Turque." This
charming negligee will accomplish
thi6 easily and' will prove a desirable
garment for those who try it.
The materials used for the one
sketched are figured and plain China
silk. "The cut of the garment is simi
lar to the "creepers" made for chil
dren, and is put on over the head,
tied at the neck with a gilt ribbon.
and buttoned from ankle to ankle with
The two large buttons are con
nected under the front panel by a
wide ribbon, and the girdle is stitched
under one button and fastened under
the other after putting on the gar
ment. This arrangement can be re
placed by a soft sash with good ef
In honor of Mrs. Luther C. Steward,
Mrs. Frank W. Berkshire, of 1540 Up
son avenue, entertained on Saturday
with a luncheon. The table was well
appointed and "decorated in pink car-
Sations in cut glass bowls. Pink can
lea were used with pink shades in
colonial glass candle sticks. After
the luncheon, bridge was played. The
first prize was won by Mrs. E. C.
Steward and was a set of six cluny
lace doilies. The second prise, a
large cluny lace doily, was won by
Mrs. Robert Rinehart. Mrs. Steward
will leave soon for New York City,
where she will make her home. The
guests present were: Mesdames Lu
ther C. Steward, Clarence Gatley, A. R.
Gere, Robert Rinehart, B. F. Moss, J.
W. Rhew, W. E. O'Brien, John F.
Dowling. Mrs. Thomas Cowin, of Chi
cago, III.; Miss Katherlne Finn.
Mrs. Charles J. Mapel will entertain
on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 53 with
bridge, complimentary to Miss Lemire
Oat Of Town Visitors
Mrs. A. D. Hudson, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
H. Mason, of TerreU, Tex., has returned
to her home, 305 San Francisco, ac
companied by her mother and little
brother, wio will spend the winter
Mrs. J. M. Rogers, of Cleburne, Tex.,
is here visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Fred D. Hadlock, at Tobln place
Miss Irene Roberts, of Tularosa, is
now in EI Paso on her way from Las
Cruces. where she has been visiting her
sister, Mrs. J. W. McCall.
Miss Thalia Gillett, of Alpine, Tex..
who came to El Paso to visit her aunt,
Mrs. J. U. Sweeney, and Mrs. John M.
Dean, has returned to her home. Miss
Gillett was one of the Indian maids in
the Os-Aple court during the jubilee,
and made many friends in this city.
Mrs. F. W. Baber. of 709 East Boule
vard, has as her guest, her father, An
thony Limbard, of Kansas City.
Miss Elsie Reinemund will arrive on
Saturday to be the guest for the re
mainder of the winter, of her broth
er and sisterinlaw, Dr. and Mrs. C. A.
Reinemund. Miss Reinemund comes
from Muscatine, Iowa.
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Mrs. L M. Montgomery, who has
been here visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Charles Davis, has left for her home
in Austin. Texas.
Monday night at the First Baptist
church. Frank Kurtz, baritone, and
Francis L. Moore, pianist, gave a most
enjoyable and well rendered concert.
Mr. Kurtz is the possessor of a fine
baritone voice and has excellent con
trol of it He sang several heavy selec
tions as "Danny Dever," several American-Indian
songs and -such sweet sen
timental selections as "Drink to Me
Onl With Thine Ev es." with equalH
pip.isin;; i c utuui It i a treat and a
i ir- mil' to Kl Pasoans wh n thtv lia'
Uil "vi'vi tuniti el healing auch musiu
Mondav afternoon at 3 oclock at the
Sunshine day nursery, the regular
monthly meeting of the International
Sunshine society was held. Mrs. Wil
liam H. F. Judd, the president, pre
sided. The Sunshine motto was passed
among those present anu it was re
peated at the request of the president
as a fitting opening for the meeting.
"Have you had a kindness shown?
Pass it on.
'Twas not given for you alone.
Pass it on.
Let it travel down the years.
Let it wipe another's tears.
'Till in Heaven the deed appears.
Pass it on.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read by the secretary. Mrs.
Thomas J. Jonesy ., ,
Mrs. Judd then spoke of the Thanks
giving barrel, jwhich is given eacn
year for the Sunshuie day nursery.
This year she said she hoped the bar
rel would be filled to overflowing, so
that there would have to be two bar
rels Instead of one to hold the gro
ceries. "This will be a very good
way for us all to show our thank
fulness and to bring cheer to the chil
dren of the "nursery most of whom are
orphans with only one parent,' she
said. "Twenty five or 50 cents will be
all that is necessary to spend for a
-;w..i,n nA all that 1h necessary
is to call up your grocer and have him
send the supplies to the home of Mrs.
Fred wecKene, jm iuuuiu "
street, Mundy Heights."
T7nn.-, nf the Sunshine Workers.
Sunshine Helpers and Emergency Cir
cle were given, jmucn rarer auu sun
shine has been sent out among the
, - -I .aav Kv lattars ranis' flOW-
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ers and magazines dispensed by the
cheeriul tetter committee
An appeal was made for pieces of
material, especially plain blue, for the
quilt which the kindergarten children
are piecing for the .babies of the nur
sery. The Sunshine Helpers gave a
report of many sheets, pillow cases
and baby slips made since the last
The little kindergarten children
marched into the room with their
chairs and sang "Give, Give, Said the
Little Stream," and "My Country 'Tis
Rabbi Martin Zielonka gave a most
interesting address on "Environment
and Character." He said in part: "The
best characters are not always de
veloped in the best homes, and environ
ment must be properly placed; we
must fit and make our homes the best
possible place for the development of
the child's character and keep him In
the sphere of his parents, by the
proper modes of living. Character is
developed by two things th home
daily life and the home religious life.
The child is" a bunch of nerves and
must be kept busy; children are phil
osophers, but the body must be made
sound first, then the, mind will be
sound; there are no two children alike
and each must be studied in an indi
Mies Bertha Stanhope delightfully
sang two selections: "Winds are in the
trees" and "Chanson de Florian."
She responded to an encore by singing
"Just a Little Bit of Nonsense."
The afternoon, which proved most
interesting and enjoyable, was con
cluded with the International Sun
shine song "Scatter Sunshine," sung
by the kindergarten children.
Conditions governing the bestowal of
medals by the Rebecca Stoddert chap
ter, Daughters of the American Revo
lution, for compositions by boys and
girls of El Paso have been drawn.
The medals will be bestowed Feb. 22,
and the subject of the compositions is,
"America's GlUn by the Success of the
Revolution," essay not to exceed 500
Two medals will be awarded, one for
the best essay from the high school
grades and one for the best from the
Any boy or girl attending the El Paso
public schools, the El Paso school for
girls, the El Paso Military institute.
St. Joseph's or St. Mary's schools of El
No name of contestant or school Is
to appear on the paper only the num
ber of words submitted. A sealed, un
addressed envelope must accompany
every paper, containing the name,
grade, school and address of con-
1 afltflTl t
The chairman will number each paper
and envelope with the same number in
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Lv. SI Paso 7:30 P.M.
LvrDougfcuj :40 A.M.
Lv. Bisbdc 6:50 A. M.
Ar. Tucson 11 :00 A. M.
Train will consist of baggage-m.il and coaches betwewt El Paao and
Tucson; Cafe-Parlor-Obserration car between Douglas Tucson; Stand
ard electric lighted Pullman sleeping car between El Po d Douglas.
EUGENE FOX, General Passenger Agent.
the order in which they are received
through the mail. Envelopes will not
be opened until after the awards are
No names of competitors or the
school to which they belong will be
known to the committee.
All papers submitted must be in the
contestant's own hand writing: no
typewritten papers will be considered.
Originality, literary excellence, spell
ing, punctuation, penmanship, com
position, neatness and historical re
search will be considered in making the
All papers must be mailed by the
contestants to- the chairman of the
committee, Mrs.- Horace- B. Stevens, 413
Upson avenue, by January 25.
The prise essay will be delivered by
the author at the meeting held Feb
ruary 22. 1913.
Mrs. Horace B. Stevens, Mrs. H. W.
Broaddus. Mrs. E. C. French. Mrs. F. A.
Hodge, Mrs. E. M. Bray, Mrs. Henry
Easter. Mrs. Mary Ross Kiester. Mrs.
G. F. Hawkes and Mrs. J. R. McLeod
constitute the committee in charge of
Th Charity House at 405 South
Campbell street is being enlarged, ow
ing to the growth of the work. Two
rooms have been fitted for use in the
yard and are being comfortably occu
pied by the directors. Miss Ada Cook
son and Mrs. M. L. Golden. This gives
room for the nurses to be more com
fortable. The back porch is to b fixed
up for the babies. There are at pres
ent nine sick with typhoid pneumonia.
It is hoped that there can be a tent
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have gained twenty pounds and now
weigh 170 pounds, and what Is better.
I have gained the days of my boyhood.
It has been the turning point of my
life. My health is now fine. T don't
have to take any medicine at all and
never want to again."
MRS. A. I. RODKXHKISKR -vrHct
"I have gained immenseTy since T
took Sargol, for I only weighed about
106 pounds when I began using it and
now I weigh 130 pounds, so really this
makes twenty-four pounds. I feel
stronger and am looking better than
COMK. EAT WITH IS VT OIK BXrE-NSR
This coupon entitles any thin per-on to one 50c package C Bargol. the
concentrated Flesh Builder (provided you have never tried It), "ad that
10c is enclosed to cover postage, packing, etc. Read our advertisement
printed above, and then put 10c in stamps in letter today with this cou
pon and the full 50c packaee will be sent to on by return of post. A1
d'ess The Sargol Company, 646-Y Herald Bidg Bingliamton. N.
rit- 'our name and address p'ainU. and. PI THIS C'Ol'POX TO lom
I FTTER. (AdV
Announces the Inauguration
of Through Train Service
Between El Paso and Tuc
son on November 20
on theFolIowing Schedule:
Lv. Tucson 6:20 P.M.
Ly. Bisbee 9:15 P.M.
Lv. Douglas 11:00 P. M.
Ar. El Paso 700 A. M.
built, which will accommodate six oota
in the back yard of the house. w.
Branch Craige has offer his services a3
visiting house physician and this a
relieve Drs. W. C. Klntt and rranfc
Lynch of a great deal of work. The
charity board expresses its grate ful
ness, to rr. Kluttz for what he has done
at the county clinic and extends tnanKS
to the people who so kindly sent clos
ing There is still a great need for IT.
and also for baby beds. In the abspna
of the presidentof the association. M-s.
E. Kohlberg, Mrs. Marie Loomis, th
Tice president, has charge Mrs. J. A.
Wright, chairman of the house commit
tee, will leave soon for a trip, and M-
C B. Stevens will have charge of Mr.
The Tuesdav Sewing club is not
nreeting today as previously an
nounced. Free Hippodrome Skating TlinlC
tickets free with each pair of skating
shoes. Hirsch-Ullman Shoe Co. Adv.
ever before, and now T carry ros?
cheeks, which Is something I coulc,
never say before.
"My old friends, who have been usf.i
to seeing me with a thin, long face,
say that I am looking better than thev
have ever seen me before, and father
and mother are so pleased to think I
have got to look so well and weiir
so heavy for me.' "
CI.AV JOHXSON" says:
"Please send me another ten-da-treatment.
I am weli pleased wna
Sargol. It has been the light of niv
life. I am getting back to my proper
weight asain. When I began to take
Sargol I only weighed 138 pounds. an,I
now, four weeks later, I am weighr
153 pounds and feeling fine. I don :
have that stupid feeling every morn
ing that I used to have. I feel srood
all the time. I want to put on about
five, pounds of flesh and that will ba
all T want."
K. GAGXOX writest
"Here is my report since taking lh
Sargol treatment. I am a man T
years of age and was all run down to
the very bottom. I had to quit worK.
as I was so weak. Now. thanks t
Sargol. I look like a new man I
gained 22 pounds with 23 days' treat
ment. I cannot tell you how happ T
feel. All my clothes are gettins t.-o
tight. My face has a good color an :
I never was so happy in my life."
MRS. VERMB RorSB sayst (
"Sargol Is certainly the grandest
treatment I ever used. It has helped
me greatly. I could hardly eat any
thing and was not able to sit up thre
davs out of a week, with stoma -t
trouble I took only two boxes of Sar
gol and can eat anything and it don t
hurt me and I have no more headacbe.
My weight was 120 pounds and now I
weigh 140 and feel better than Iha- e
for five ears. I am now as fleshy ,-s
I want to be. and shall certainly rec
ommend Sargol. for it does just etactlv
what vou say it will do."
You may know some of these people
or know somebody who knows them
He nill end you their full address if
you wish, so that you can ffnd out all
about Sargel and the wonders it has
Probablv you are now thinkmsf
whether aU this can be true. Stop "-Write-us
at once and we will send oii.
absolutelv free, a 50c package of tn
most wonderful tablets you have ever
seen. No matter what the canse or
our thinness is from. Sargel maks
thin folks fat but we don't ask yoa
to take our word for it. Simply c it
the coupon below and inclose I1'
stamps to help cover the distribution
expenses and Uncle Sam"s mail will
bring you the most valuable packag
you ever received.