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CHRONIC DISEASES flEi
SPECIFIC TREATMENT
The ordinaiy means and methods of treatment of the general prac
titioner seldom, if ever, accomplishes a cure of Chronic, deep-seated,
complicated diseases, for this class of diseases requires special prepara
tion and equipment for their successful elimination or cure. We have
spared neither pains nor money in equipping ourselves and offices for
our special work, and have attained the knowledge, skill and experi
ence necessary to success. A visit to our offices and an. inspection of
the various costly and effective apparatus we employ in the treatment
of Chronic Diseases and a heart to heart talk with the many suf
ferers that have found relief and a permanent cure at moderate ex
pense after ever so many disappointments with other physicians, must
convince the most skeptical that the International Specialists are the
foremost, capable and successful physicians in the Southwest.
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
That hundreds of useless, dangerous and mutilating
operations are performed daily upon the female
generative organs, everybody knows to be a fact; then
why should a sensible woman submit to an operation
which often destroys these important organs and fails
to give the relief they seek, when other simple, safe
and sure methods of treatment such as we have per
fected will give permanent relief. We always follow
the principle to cure and preserve rather than to de
stroy important organs, in any diseased condition.
NERVOUS DISEASES.
A great many diseases, uncertain in their symptoms,
but nevertheless causing severe impairment of the
general health, can now be traced to a diseased con
dition of the NERVOUS SYSTEM. Not recog
nizing the REAL CAUSE of this class of patients,
who unable to find relief, were frequently driven into
the arms of unscrupulous charlatans.
The careful and intelligent examination we give to
every patient enables us frequently to find as the
cause a derangement of the Nervous System, which
readily responds to the Specific Treatment w; em
ploy. X
DISEASES. OF MEN.
In the treatment of the Special Pelvic Diseases of
Men, we have devised, developed and perfected reme
dies that have for years given perfect satisfaction. No
other treatment, in our opinion is as effective, prompt
and permanent in results. We have given particu
lar time and attention to the treatment of all private
diseases and weaknesses. It is not necessary to wait
for months for results. Our remedies are applied
directly and relief is prompt and permanent.-
BLOOD POISON.
In the course of Specific Blood Poison the discov
ery of "606" has marke dan important advance,
yet its administration is dangerous and often fol
lowed by serious after effects. All these disadvan
tages have been overcome and this treatment devel
oped into fullest efficiency in our BRITISH CURE.
The BRIUSH CURE is the highest perfection of
all methods for the purification of the blood, re
quires for its administration but a few days, is ab
solutely harmless and painless and its results are com
plete1 and permanent.
RUPTURE-RHEUMA TISM.
Under the various "SPECIAL TREATMENTS"
that are administered in our Institution, our non
operative Cure for Rupture andvour 30-day Cure
for Rheumatism deserve special mention. These
ailments have been treated heretofore without suc
cess, so that treatment that will positively effect a
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permanent cure should be welcome to the many dis
appointed sufferers of this class.
Books describing our treatment and z diseases included in our specialty sent to any ad
dress in a plain sealed envelope with suitable symptom blank. Some diseases can be treated
successfully at home. IF UNABLE TO CAT.T. WRTTF FOR TMPHRMATTnM
SSSSr? S? ADVICE FREE- ENGLISH, SPANISH AND GERMAN Spoken."
UrMCt HOURS 9:00 a. m. to I p. m.; 2 p. m. to 6 p. m.; 7 p. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays 10 to 2 only.
Should have a bank
account. A bank
book for Christmas will be about the best
gift you can conceive.
This year give the children one of our
Savings Bank Books. Deposit a dollar,
get a savings bank and a book.
The First National Bank
El Paso, Texas
International Specialists
e
Bank e Trust C,
JUST BELOW P. O.
G 3
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DR. KETCHERSID & CO.
Hammett Block, Opposite Rio Grande Bank
Sixth Year in El Paso.
Comer Texas and Mesa Avenue, El Paso, Texas.
B S
.300
The Financial Responsibility
of Your Executor
is an important matter which you can settle now, by
appointing the Union Bank & Trust .Company to act
in that capacity. Its resources, experience and per
petual charter make it dependable. This Company
acts as Executor, Trustee, Guardian or Administrator.
"
Gapital $800,000
Surplus $200,000
OFFICERS
IOSHDA S. RAYNOLDS, President.
JAS. GRAHAM McNARY, Vice President.
W. L. TOOLEY, Viee President.
E. M. HTJRD, Vice President.
EDGAR W. KAYSER, Cashier.
WALTER M. BUTLER, Asst. Cashier.
GLEN T. MOORE, Assistant Cashier.
"T HIS bank transacts a general banking business; accepts com-
mercial and checking accounts; pays interest on time deposits and
savings; rents safe deposit boxes and invites the accounts of individuals,
firms and corporations; and issues letters of credit and foreign exchange.
J. B. Dale.
J. O. Crockett.
J. M. Goggin.
E. M. Hard.
A. Krakauer.
J. J. Mundy.
Felix Martinez.
J. G. JIcNary.
DIRECTORS.
W. W. Turney, Chairman.
J. M. Nations.
C M. Newman.
J. 1L Raynolds.
J. S. Raynolds.
H. B. Stevens.
W. L. Tooley.
Z. T. White.
J. W. Zollara.
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El Paso' Texas.
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CHATTANOOGA & Return $59.00
DAWSON, KY., & Return $53.80
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New (Mean
or
S Memphis
You will enjoy a trip through New Orleans, the Quaint Old City
of the Southland.
Onr ScrTlce to Jic-rr
Orleans Is Unexcelled.
CITY TICKET OFFICE
Sheldon Hotel Bldg.
W4ir
55
WTOunding the Actual
Handling of Money
with every safeguard, we have at the same time BHKJe
banking comfortable and convenient for the prablk.
Our customers are free to come m said cossok as
about matters, feeling sure of a. cordial reception at all
times.
There s so red-tape aboct the adrmaMtratWe part of
tins bank.
CapHal and Stnj&ta $3&h000i00.
American National Bank
EI Pass, Texas
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War Declared on Bats, Mice and R(
STTPTJIVATIORV 1m
ObserraUons taken txvb. nfc. saTeatv-2fth xo
sldisa tlfte. Air preeeoro Tednted tefsea lprol.
Ieoeabs (conttaoous lln-M) pase Uuoogti nelnta
of eaoal air ptmtaia. Isctbbrmj Wotted Untt)
piKtiuoBKhpOlntcofeqacltemperstors; drsTm
only fiar aero, freezins, 90. and I0GP.
O (dear; Q pertly cloudy; cloudn
rain; show; report raisxSis.
ATora fly irl tb the triad. Flrsi Scares, teraper
atare: tpoacd. prei:tetioo of 4K-lacb or raor
for past at boors; tbird. Tnn-rtrtum wind TeJc-sty.
DOCTORS SAY "WOMAN IS ' '
Dl IXG OF1 BROKKX HEART
Denver. Colo., Dec 4. Mrs. Mary
Stingle, widow of Jesse F. Stlngley,
CRAVING GONE
IN 36 HOURS
I drank steadily for vears
from tliree Dints to two nuarfs
of -whiekev dailv. One tn-
tonnm discharged me after six
wwla or iivcurahlp Aftr 1R
iours of the Neal Treatment
the craving was gone. Have
-worked bard ever since.
Cure Was a Miracle
Kl Paso, Wednesday, Dec. i, 1812.
forecasts.
El Paso and vicinity Unsettled to
night and Thursday; colder Thursday.
Jw Mexico Tonisht fair and warm
er. Thursday generally fair; colder
northeast portion.
West Texas Unsettled: snow flurries
la north portion tonight or Thursday;
colder Thursday.
-Local Dntn.
shock occasioned by Sting
will prevent Mrs. Stingley from sur- ! Highest temn i " u
vivinjr, sav the physicians. I V iE."!tVernP- Iast -A h
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"Mr. J
never tasted
B-
bas
since he
a drop
came borne. He was the worst
drunkard I have ever iwn
soaked all the time for the past
27 or 28 years. He is ot the
same man now, thanks to your
treatment.'' From genuine let
ters among the scores we have,
proving absolutely that tue
DRINKMABIT
can be overcome bv the NEAL
3-DAY TREATMENT. No hy
podermics used. RESULTS
ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN. Call
upon, address or phone THE
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PASO, TEXAS.
H. Mesa Ave. Phone 4&42.
the detective who was murdered hv f B1 Paso Headings.
Frank It Smith, October 25, is dying at I Today. Yesfdy.
St. Joseph's hospital in this city from Barnmot.r i -., 6 a. m. 6 p. m.
a malady doctors in attendance call a fw J'-!fatl?v1 29.SS 23.SS
broken heart. The family was in poor wVt ,'i,."' T f r"
financial circumBtances. and the death i Dew 5n? tw 39
of the provider left them destitute. ! Relative hiimMj; 37
Neither the widow nor her two boys. ! Direction Jmld,ItJ S4
aged eight and ten, had enough to eat. ' vi?H?.n-i,fw,',d SW.
This, combined with the worrv and . r,. ". "t.na H 13
ley's death. rVain ,"T.Bl: - Clear. Clear.
01
ours 55
- ...oc icmp. iasc iz nours. 40
' River.
All silk shawls, 44 inches square, j f,1?'' of rly,er this morning abovo
$1 25. at Kline's Cnrio Shop, Little Plaza, i" fasThSurs 12 feet" N cnanS
31Cn? JU OX BURGLARY
CnARGK, SUM BACK TO MEXICO.
Naco, Ariz., Dec. 4 Jorge Ruiz and
Francisco Mcndoza, the two Mexicans
charged with robbing a Naco. Sonora.
tLn andarrested on the United
the jail, have been turned over to the
Mexican authorities and by them sent
to Cananea for trial.
o KH?la! a.uto company has put in
a branch at Nac0"Mn charge of F G.
Pylant. and will give service to Bis
bee. Warren and Cananea.
M. A. Campbell, of San Antonio, Tex.,
is the new night operator at the El
Paso & Southwestern depot.
The new home of the Lowell branch
or the big Phelps-Dodge Mercantile
company, which establishment has a
string of stores in the southwest, with
the main store and warehouses at Bls
bee, has been opened.
POLICE ELECT DIRECTORS
FOR BENEFIT ASSOCIATION
As a result of the voting Tuesday
afternoon the following were elected
a board of directors of the Police
Benefit association: Police chief I. N.
Davis; sergeant W. D. Greet, detec
tive 'W. N. "Wood; patrolman George
Fletcher and P. A. Candelarlo, clerk of
the corporation court. The newly
elected directors will call a meeting
to ratify the election and select a
chairman.
I til JsSriSaJ rtii
ilgs f I
I u$0ntwT gal iJZfr? etjtzTKs wry am fjjfW
It has been sdentifically demonstrated that rats are
directly responsible for the spread of Bubonic Plasae
and other dreadful diseases, and it is the imperative
duty of everyone to exterminate these pests by "fng
Stearns' Electric
Hat and Roach Paste
Used successfully durin g the past 35 years throughout
the entire civilized world. It is ready for use. better
than traps, and cannot blow into food like extermina
tors in powder fo-m.
Government Department and Bosnia of Public
Health repeat their orders for thousands of boxes.
Money back if it fails. Be sore to let the genuine.
2 oz. box 25c, 16 or. box SI. OO.
Sold by drug&sts everywhere.
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO, Chicago, Iflfools.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1381.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 200,000.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
C. B. M0REHEAD, President. . C. N. BASSETT, Vice President
JOSEPH MAGOFFDT, V. Pros. GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
L.' J. GILCHRIST, Asat Cashier.
Can You Grasp Your Opportunity When It Comes?
Wc are always ready and willing to advise and assist our depositor!
in business matters, and to para conservative judgment on prospec
tive investments. f
Why not begin that savings account now? Start It with S18.M,
'$5.00, or even $1.00. If you wait until you have a hundred dol
lars before you begin, the chances are you will never do it. Open
an account with us today, however small, and lay the foundation
or your future fortune.
4 INTBREST PAID ON SAVINGS 4
EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO.
EL PASO, TEXAS
PROPOSE TO GIVE
LAND TO APACHES
This Love Song
Brought $10,000
Fanc prices for copyrights of popu
lar music reached a climax yesterday,
when a music man. Leo Feist, paid the
fantastic figure of $10,000 for the copy
right of a song scarcely dry from the
press, called "That's How I Need You."
And yet Feist claims he will make a
fortune on it at only a dime per copy,
wholesale Here is a portion of the
chorus, clipped from a copy just re
ceived. That's How I Need You
"yg " 1 i i-a i m I
Like a broken heart needs gladness,.. Like the
fiow-era need the dew,... Like a bs-by
r
needs Us moth - er. That's how I need yoa.
: yr-n HiW.m. f dill Uf jril
Thp snni, io nn hAtta than n ,t.n..
sand others, except that It contains a
number nf nj?fi harmnnlfM: oim A...
dentlv. tn ilAVAlnn nnmpn'5 vnmaa Tha
song bids fair to become a Xad in El
Paso within the next fortnight.
Indian Commissioner Faiur Freeing
Indian l'rinoncr.i of Wnr and Aliot-
Ing Them Land at 3Iescnlcro.
Washington, D. c, Dec. 4. The
board of commissioners has advanced
the proposition thai -5S Apache Indians,
who are prisoners of war on the Fort
Sill military reservation, Oklahoma, be
set free.
The great part of them so desiring, it
is proposed by the booxa that they shall
be transported and given their liberty
on the Reservation in Isew Mexico set
apart for their cousins, the Mescalero
Apaches. Allotment of land to the
freed Indians on the same basis as the
resident Indians onthe reservation is
proposed.
Only six or seven of these 'prisoners
had any part in Geronlmo's attempt to
upset the government of the great
White Father. Many were merely fel
low tribesmen, who feiv under suspi
cion of giving support for a losing
cause. The greater part of them, how
ever, are children of a new generation,
who were not born when Geronimo
gave the trained troops of the United
States a gigantic task to subdue him.
The board of commissioners is in
favor of legislation which would pro
vide an appropriation of $100,000 for
transfer to New Mexico of the indians
who chose to go, and ihetr establlsh-
Tents, Awnings,
Porch Curtains, Lawn,
Porch and Camp
Furniture
El Paso Tent and
Awsiing Co.
312 South El Paso Street.
Phone 2044. H. J. Collins, Mngr.
Wide Duck for sale by the yard, holt
or bale.
S2TB
BABY DROWNS IS CANAL.
Solomonsville, Ariz.. Dec 4. The
three year old son of WarreH Bing
ham wa3 drowned in the Montezuma.
Canal. Thfl hndv -tzraix rMAva.a(l lot a
In the evening.
rOW EMBARRASSING
ftotning is more em-1
barrassing than to bel
constan.il v throwin sr I
iorr gas.
P
I will stop it and at the same
i time maka vour KraVi
sweet and your skin clear.
At your druggist sugar
b coatea or plain.
HWMJM.-LJJWi.l-t.HJ. ULHH
ment, with equal rights with the Mes
calero Apaches, ethnologically their
relatives, on their reservation.
Much of the land at Mescalero is un
der lease for grazing purposes, twa
white men holding the privilege over
242,000 acres. The commission believes
it would be necessary to abrogate some
of the existing leases before justice
could be done in the matter of allot
ment of land to the newcomers.
For those who would remain on the
Fort Sill reservation the commission
ers propose allotment of 80 acres agri
cultural land or 166 acres grazing, land,
for which an appropriation of $150,090
is estimated.
STOMACH SOUR? GOT
INDIGESTION ALSO?
"Pape's IHapepsdn" makes
upset stomachs feel fine
in five minutes.
Silks and woolens cleaned. Wright.
Hotel Paso del Norte.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte Is open until midnight.
Meals served a la carte. Excellent ser
vice. Advertisement.
Ladles' waists cleaned. Wright.
Extra large silk shawls, former price
$7.50. now for $4.58, at Kline's Curio
Shop, Little Plaza.-
Ladies' waists cleaned. Wright.
350 rolls guaranteed roofing, slightly
damaged at half price, lander Lum
ber Co.
Silks and woolens cleaned. Wright.
If what you just ate Is souring on
vour stpmach or lies like a lump of lead,
refusing to digest, or you belch gas and
eructate sour, undigested food, or have
a feeling of dizziness, heartburn, full
ness, nausea, bad taste in mouth and
stomach headache this is indigestion.
A full case of Pape's Diapepsin costs
only fifty cents and will thoroughly
cure your out-of-order stomach and
leave sufficient about the house in case
some one else in the family may suf
fer from stomach trouble or indiges
tion. Ask your pharmacist to show you the
formula plainly printed on these fift
cent cases, then you will understand
why dyspeptic trouble of all kinds must
go, and why they usually relieve sour,
out-of-order stomachs or indigestion In
five minutes. Diapepsin is harmless
and tastes like candy, though each dose
contains power sufficient to digest and
prepare for assimilation Into the blood
all the food you eat; besides, it makes
you go to the table with a healthy ap
petite; but, what will please you most,
is that you will feel that your stomach
and Intestines are clean and fresh, and
you will not need to resort to laxatives
or liver pills for biliousness or consti
pation. This city will have many Diapepsin
cranks, as some people will call them,
but you will be cranky about this splen
did stomach preparation, toe, if you
ever try a little for indigestion or gas
tritis or any other stomach misery.
Get some now. this minute, and for
ever rid yourself of stomach trouble
and indigestion. Advertisement.
Anticipating this question,
an invitation is extended you
to open an account with this
bank. Your account whether
large or small is welcome.
4 on Savings 4
Capital & Surplus
$350,000.00
Total Resources
$2,500,000.00
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
for renl.
Rio Grande
Vaiiey Bank
and Trust Do.
"Bank of Service"
MODERN WOODMEN HOLD
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
INTERNATIONAL
An election of officers of the Modern
Woodmen of America was held in the
Woodman hall, in The Herald building,
last night. The following officers were
elected: Venerable counsel, M. M. Saw
yer, worthy advisor, Teddy Machold;
past counsel. R. T Raymond; excel
lent banker. Leslie Reed, escort. August
Myers: clerk. E. R McClintock, watch
man, T. M. Baker, sentry, T E. Farns
worth: trustees. Ira T. Ayers. chair
man, Charles M. Lyman. George Beaa-
uett: examining physicians. Dr Georgp geant-manager H C Johanson; Teddy
Brunner. Drs. W. L. and C P. Brain. Ma, hi,i .
Dr. George B. Calnan. Dr. William B. After the election of officers a smoker
Lrmston; entertainment committee ser- was held in the halL
Gives your Boy a start.
Phone 1 147. J. P. MuHn. Pra.

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