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Saturday, Xov. 23, 1912
EL PASO HERALD
The methods we employ in the treatment and cure of all Chronic Diseases have stood the test of time and proven their superiority. '"
Patients who put themselves under our care do not experiment, their cure is certain, for under no circumstances will we accept incurable cases or those that through neglect and carelessness
have gone beyond all help. Every patient, however, who is afflicted with a disease that we find amenable to treatment, will receive Specific treatment that is safe, certain and speedy in results.
We make no charge for examination or consultation, why not have a talk with us about your condition? Maybe an incorrect diagnosis and therefore wrong treatment is the reason you have
not found as yet the much sought for relief. We will make an examination that will reveal the true nature and extent of your afflictions and a removal of the cause, arid the rest is easy, for
nature will do much if aided properly. No one method or system of treatment can or ever will cure all diseases, our combined method is the only successful system. Thousands bear us out in this
statement for OVER SIX THOUSAND OF OUR PATIENTS RESIDE IN TEXAS, NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA, AND OLD MEXICO. THEY ARE RELIABLE and
OF THE BEST FAMILIES ASK THEM YOUR NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS. f ;
WE CURE PROMPTLY. SAFELY AND THOROUGHLY. Catarrh
in all its forms; Eczema, Epilepsy, Nervous decline or Neurasthenia, Blood Poison,
Stricture, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Cystkis, Enlarged Prostate; Rectal and Private
diseases and weaknesses and their complications.
We cure each case for a stated fee. furnishing all medicines and everything
necessary so that one knows before starting a treatment what the cure will cost and
always make our charges reasonable considering the services rendered.
Rheumatism in ten days without pain or danger.
Blood poison in fifteen days. -
Stricture without cutting or sounding. '-
Varicocele without operation of a serious nature, using ro knife, causing little
if any pain.
Hydrocele thirty minutes without pain, operation or danger.
Rupture without operation or detention from business..
Rectal diseases without the use of the knife, scissors, ligature or cautery.
The cure of these troubles requires the presence of the patient at our office, but
vc guarantee a cure in every case accepted, hence it is worth the time and trouble.
Like most-discoveries heralded as miracles into the world, the much talked of
"606" Treatment for Blood Poison, has proved to be a sorry disappointment.
Far from accomplishing a cure, after one single injection, as was claimed by
the blinded enthusiasts of this pseudo-miracle, the employment of the "606" injec
tion has in some cases dose severe and irreparable damage.
When our thorough investigation of this new remedy proved to our entire satis
faction that "606" never would and never could cure syphillis, we Teverted our
efforts again to the perfection of our already celebrated "BRITISH CURE" and
stand now ready, after years of actual demonstration in many and even worse cases
of this loathsome disease, to make the statement that the "BRITISH CURE" as
practiced by us in a department especially fitted for that purpose, is the ABSO
LUTE and ONLY CURE for Blood Poison in all its forms.
A full course of treatment usually fifteen injections will cure the most com
plicated case of this malady, without bad after effects, without even the slightest dis
comfort to the patient.
THE BRITISH CURE "THE SPECIFIC" FOR BLOOD POISON
This statement must stand unchallenged on the strength of the several hundred cases
that have been treated by us successfully and cured permanently many after hav
ing been treated by the "606" method without the expected relief.
To any ordmary observer it is apparent that Catarrhal Diseases of the Nose
and Throat, with their complications and reflex disturbances, are responsible for
many of the 31s that flesh is heir to and that probably no part of the' human .body
has been abused and maltreated as much as the upper air passages. Nearly every
one afflicted with this trouble have used powders, soravs. douches and inhalers, all of
which arc useless or worse. " '
Many do not hesitate to say that Catarrah is incurable.
I o all such we extend an invitation to call at our office for an examination and
consultation which will not obligate you to take treatment and we will explain to you
WHY and HOW we can cure any case of catarrh that has not reached the stage
Vieiv of Main Consultation Room. Private Office m the Distance.
Main Electrical Treatment Room Static, Galvanic, Farraiic Electricity. 1
I Apparatus for Pholo-(Lighi) Treatment. B
Among the many complications of Catarrh are. Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss of
Hearing, Neuralgia and mouth breathing, which predisposes one to Pneumonia and
Consumption. Why take chances with a trouble likely to become serious when WE
ARE CURING MANY CASES IN ONE DAY and often charging no more
ihaa.you have spent in a couple of months for patent medietees? ?$Je havjp cured
sixty cases during the past forty-five days; by treating a great number of cases
we are enabled to cure them for less than others charge.
lB&8t DISEASES OF MEN.i
In the treatment of the Special Pelvic Diseases of Men, we have devised, de-
sloped and perfected remedies that have for years given perfect satisfaction. No
other treatment in our opinion is as effective, prompt and permanent in results. In
connection with die above we have given particuar time and attention to the treat
ment of LOSS OF VIGOR, LOSSES AND DRAINS, ERRORS OF DE
VELOPMENT and all private diseases and .weaknesses. It is not necessary to
wait months for results. Our remedies are.applied directly and relief is prompt and
permanent - - . . ,-f - .
DISEASES OF WOMEN
All that class of diseases often referred to as Female Complaints, for which
an operation is usually suggested and a removal of some of the vital organs performed,
can hi nearly every mstancevbe cured by mild and painless methods of which we have
made a specialty for years. We have recently fitted up a special department for
the treatment of these troubles and have secured the services of a practical lady nurse
who is always m attendance. Do not submit to an operation before consulting us;
if an operation is absolutely necessary, we wijlladvise it.
' ';. RUPTURE.
We can cure any case of rupture that can be retained with any kind of truss
in three to five days if k has not been operated upon. No detention from business,
pain or other discomfort is experienced from the treatment. WE GUARANTEE
A CURE IN ALL CASES ACCEPTED.
WE CURE IN ON DAY
Any uncomplicated case of Rupture, Varicocele or
Hydrocele, without a serious or open operation; without
detention from business and at reasonable cost. Treatment
must be taken at our office.
WE MAKE M -
MICROSCOPICAL AND CHEMICAL EXAMINATION OF THE
URINE. BLOOD AND SECRETIONS when necessary. FREE OF
CHARGE; also X-RAY and other examinations FREE. '& .
fmm THE SKIASCOPE. 4F
This is the greatest discovery of the age, k is an appliance that we have been
using exclusively in this part of the country for several months. With k we have
cured many cases of URETHRAL STRICTURE with THREE TREAT
MENTS; as an adjunct in the treatment of Rheumatism, Neurasthenia, Nervous
Decline and Neuralgia it has no superior. With the rays from this apparatus one
can see nearly every organ of the body, can even see through several inches of wood
AND IT IS UNDER SUCH PERFECT CONTROL that the rays can be
reduced or increased at the will of the operator, therefore there k absolutely bo
danger from its use. This is only one of die many modern giri.in i ii rarely seen in
the average doctor's office; m fact OUR OFFICES are(r&c best equipped in the
south. . t-
That m addition to the above WE CURE PROMPTLY, SAFELY,
THOROUGHLY AND AT LOWEST COST: Rheumatism, Rupture, Nerv
ous Debility, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Prostate troubles. Piles, Fistula, and all Rectal
Diseases and all Chronic Private Diseases and weaknesses and complications.
WE ARE THE OLDEST. LONGEST ESTABLISHED.-MOST
SUCCESSFUL AND RELIABLE SPECIALISTS IN THE -SOUTHWEST.
ENDORSED BY MORE PROMINENT PEOPLE THAN ATT,
OTHERS, and we number among our patients THE BEST FAMILIES OF
TEXAS, NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA, OLD MEXICO, aad more especially
OF THIS CITY. " ,j4 -, r7
WE. INtV,K from&e a cure incurable conditions.,
AVE NEVER start treatment until v kawe m-L mn X-ml.
WE NEVER attempt to cure a case witbeut first removing. the causeiof
WE ENDEAVOR to give full rake returmof health for ewery dollar paid
us for services. Our motto is "Live and let live," and our c&wges ate based upon
results produced. Thk is one of the reasons why our practice is the largest of any
doctors in the south. The great majority of our new patients are sent up by old
ones whom we have cured. A specialist's referred patients k a good index to the
class of work he is doing.
IF UNABLE TO VISIT THE OFFICE WRITS for nrforaabr re
garding home.treatsent, give a full history of the trouble and' we will tell you how
to get well. - -- - c .-,.
.--DISEASEi OF MEN, SKIN. KDNflTOie3FAIrDISE?SES.
CHRONIC DISEASES IN GENERAL, DISEASES OF WOMEN:
Either one of them will be sent in a plain seajjjenvelope upon receipt of four
cents m postage. They contain valuable mfonnaien-tfor the young,, mide, aged
and old. ""
Comer of Diagnostic Laboratory and X-Ray Room. Entrance to Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat Department.
SPANISH AND GERMAN SPOKEN BY DOCTORS IN CHARGE.
ESTABLISHED SIX YEATtS.
Office Hours: 9 a. m. lo 1 p. m.; 2io6,&7io8p. m. Sundays, 10 a. m. lo 2 p. m. Dr. KETCHERSID & CO. Hammeil Block, Corner Texas and Mesa Avenues, El Paso, Texas.
El Paso a Distributing Point for Thoroughbred Poultry
By J. G. KENAN.
WE have a good thing and don't
know it. Many people fail to
realise the advantages with
which they are surrounded. Florida is
a tropical fruit and truck growing
state, but it took the natives 25 year3
to find out there was anything in it.
The early groves -were all planted and
truck farming inaugurated by men
f'om other sections Those born and
reared anrd the state s possibilities
failed to appreciate them. Just so it is
vv ith the poulti v men of El Paso They
ail recognize the fact that conditions
with us art ideal foi the production of
fine stock and et thev content them
selves with conducting the business in
an amateurish way, being satisfied
ith selling tn occasional cockrel or a
- ttinf, of eggs to some friend or
-'it v iiilo thr rrctntli crata
siit.1- n w MiiHo and Aizon,i ni
in. v...Ie ,r the leubi.L oX A-.v u
would be glad to draw supplies along
this line from us
Good Stock for Mexico.
During the last poultry show it
would surprise anyone to know
the inquiry we had for good
stock from our neighbors across
the river, very little of which
we could supply To one man
I, myself, for others sold a pen of
Leghorns, 25 Minorcas and five white
rabbits, and referred him to men from
whom he cought other birds and placed
an order for 100 Barred Rock eggs
He anted other stock which e could
not furnish We had many interested
Mexican visitors to our show and thev
all showed an appreciation for im
proved stock and much stock could
have been sold them if we had had it to
sell but we did not have it and the
breeders hul n "r at homf
n Order I nflllcd.
Tvvo jedrs ago VivL Steams, oX the
Mexico agricultural station at Juarez,
appeared befoie a meeting of the HI
Paso Poultry association and told them
he had requests from people of Mexico
to purchase for "them quite a list of
poultry. Any brush town ought to
have been able to fill the order, and et
El Paso could not do it Quite recentlj
the same man stated to the association
that he frequently had inquiries from
people of Mexico for poultrj, and re
quested that our breeders list their
breeds with him that he might have
the pleasure of assisting them to dis
pose of their stock. Do not think he
has had very much listed with him, fra
h NOTRE DAME LADY'S APPEAL
To all knowing sufferers of rheumatism, wheth
er macular or of the Joint, sciatica, lumbagot
backache, pains in roe kidneys or neuralgia
pam". to write to ber for a home treatment
which has repeatedlT cured all of these tortures
She feels it her duty to send It to all sjfienr
FBKE. loo cure yourself at home a tiousaul
will testify no change of climate being neces
sary. This simple dlscoTery banishes uric acid
from the blootl loosens the stiffened joint roir
ifies the Wood fln1 bryjufen the or--, piring
elatifitr and one to tl whole -v tern If the
afcoTc interests too, fo- - f adurc
tlrs. II, Summers, Bvi B, hqK ptstt, lad,
the reason the do not hae it to sell.
What thej have is good enough for
the most exacting breeder, but they
have too little of it. Execeptmg R. W.
Long who has thousands of White
Rocks as fine as they make them, I
know of no breeder of any variety who
could fill an order to stock a very
small plant There is a Buff Rock
l breeder here who has won prizes ei -
erywnere nc went alter tnem and ne
has been around extensively and built
a reputation for his stock as winners
and himself as a breeder, which would
hae been a fortune to breeders else
wheie and vet this man with fine
vtntk enough to have lalsed 3000
birds, is asleep on his laurels, havaij,
made no effort to sell eggs and being
content with the raising of a little
handful of chicks presumably for his
ow, n use With the start he had in the
wa of stock and his prestige as a
ribbon taker he could have made his
poultrv pav him more than his, regulai
business He admits this and vet has
l educed his flock- keeping onlv th
best, to pursue the fancy in an ama
This is not what I understand as the
1A Pan spmt This spirit prompts a
mi'i t" ntojiiizi a i, id! thing vv h l
1, v. . v t ,,,! ti, j,,, ilt e, ,t aui m
iasci ot.nj.iaU ai.la IU AlviCjliiUti Sv.e
the possibility of trade in ceitain terri
tory organize an expedition into that
territory and get what they j,o after
That is the true El Paso spirit. The
go after the trade, get it and then de
liver the goods Poultrvmen should
catch the idea from the merchants and
at least be able to deliver the goods.
Js Vll VlrgiH Territory.
It is all v irgin teritory which we
have tributary to us and there is now
and will be later a greater demand for
every variftv of thoroughbred poultrv
and pet stock and this monev might
Just as well romp tn Kl Pnso as tn flow,
j into the coffers of northern bi ceders
I Theic is an idea with many that the
j Mexican cares for no poultry but the
j pit game This was never true, and is
j becoming less and less so every day.
i Manv of th"m are great sports and de
light in cik fighting and buy thou
sands of these birds every year and
vet tne know and appreciate the fancv
and utilitv breeds as much as we and
are showiig a gi owing disposition to
stock thei- faima with them. As a
rule the fanciers of pit games among
them are nut breeders, but buy ana
tiain the coc'.s which thev fight s
a nitt i f f ii t the shipping of gamo
ioik- to v u ,, ,. disttiutlv an indus
" i' ni of the s .uthern stdUir,
U.oi-ia ii.ljl lj fc. iii.ni. tlie 1 ai.
rXIATK TO RETIRE
FOR LOSS OF A LEG
Frank H Cox, a private in company
B, 2'd infantry, left the Fort Bliss Hos
pital and went to I'oit Logan, near
Denver, Colo, Saturday, lie wtll appear
before a board of officers to be ex
amined as to his physical condition
He lost his right leg when a train ran
over him at Fort Hancock. Te several
months ago If the examining board
Stvte or Ohio Titt of Toledo, i
L its Cot vn ( ss-
Fbank J. Cbsnet makes oath that he Is senior
partner of the nrm at F. J. Cbx.net Co.. doing
bnattieaa m the City or Toledo, County and stata
aforesaid, and that aaM Arm will pay the sum ot
ONE HLVDRED DOLLARS for each and every
ease ot Catarrh that cannot be cureo Dy the use ol
Hall's Catarrh Ccre.
TRWK J CHI SFY.
Sworn to before me and subsrr bed tn my presence,
this 6th day ot December. D . n
( A- W GLEASOX.
SEL JOTAItT PTEIIC.
Hall a Catarrh Cure s taxes mtcmallv and art'
directly upon the blood aid mucous surf cs of tv
sjs'em. scad tor tcstlmoi Is f-i-e
y i niisn tto iMido u.
sold bi sll Prukiiats TV
Xae Han g jsuIj 1 Jls wr coustlpatloL, ..
finds that he sustained the injury in
the line of dutv he will probably be re
tired on a pension of $75 per month if
it finds he did not receive it in the line
of duty, he will recene nothing and
will be discharged from tbj iivice.
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT & FERGUSON
Assayexs Chemists Metallurgists
AGENTS FOR ORE SKIPPERS
210 San Francises St
Bell Phone 334. Auto Phone 1334.
IntfepomfMix Assay OttlM
D. W. Rbcxsakt, E JL. Proprietor.
Afttt for On SJUpptrs Attafs and
Cfismlcal Analysis. Mint SxamlnM
mad Report td (pea. jtmiha Work t
Specify. p.0. BoxM
Office and Laboratory.
C. 5 Preactea k CHM Js
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