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flTeek-End Edition, July 26-27, 1919.
i Federation Of Women's Clubs To Give
Card Party In I. 0. 0. F. Hall Soonl
'.I awo . . -
THE El Paso Federation of Women r,
ciubs will meet Monday afternoon
at 3 oe'oek at I. O. O. F. hall In the
bamue' room. Mrs. Rose Ohaus. who
represents the government welfare
work, win adrreas the assembly on
-What Women's Organisation Can Do
For The Welfare Women and Chil
dren " She will also answer any
questions the members and guests
-n to ask in regard to her work in
lira. Henry T. Bowie will give a
siiori lalk on Amerlcanlxation" work,
wUich is one of the leading features
that eery woman's organization In
t :e city is planning to include as part
or tneir programs ui wwut w,
year. Mrs. J. Kate Farnham will speak on
civic and welfare work and will tell
how the mothers and women of the
city can assist her in her work in the
The oman s auxiliary of the El
Paso County Baptist association will
hold Its regular fifth Tuesday meet
ing in the Highland Park Baptist
inure n Tuesday at 1 a a, at which
time the followina program will be
-r'npture reading. Mrs. J. A. San
ders. er. Mrs. J. A. Clayton.
Business session. Mrs. C. I van
Violin solo. Miss Florence Clayton.
Fort Worth Training School Scholar-
Mrs. W. F HatchelL
Solo. Mrs. C. C. Ballard.
Launching the five-year campaign
for J7S.000.oOO. Dr. H. F. Vermillion.
Violin solo, urs. su u. tncet
, i .. i ..ri.Ti .d. at Ravlor TIeltnn.
Miss Lvdla Gonzales.
Benediction. Mrs. C. V. Williams.
El Pasoans Returning.
Dr. J. D. Stevens and family, of 1111
Montana street, returned Friday from
a lx weeks' vacation spent In Los
Angeles, San Ilego, Long Beach and
other southern California points.
Mrs George Brunner and children,
of SOOS Montana street, have returned
from Call'ornla. They visited all the
ttearhes s well as larger cities during
their stay In California, and had a
very aeugnuui .
First Sergt. Edward L. Day, who
has been In France for the last two
years with the 61st Infantry, has
wired his wife. Mrs. Laura Day. that
he has arrived In Iew iork and will
be In El Paso the coming week.
Lodees and Clubs. .
The Social Hub of the White Shrine
of Jerusalem win meet ausu.i. "
at the home of Mrs. B. J. -Zabriskle.
3503 Tularosa street
Send Your Film, by Mali
We do the best Kodak Finishing
and enlarging at moderate prices.
Prompt service and best attention
to mail orders.
Cnndara Fhoto Supply Co.,
10$ E. San Antonio St, El Paso, Tex.
Stomach is Quick to Upset When
School Children Are Idle
VACATION days are days of over-eating and tmder-aerasmg
for most boys and girls. They loll around rubbfiag at light
food, unconcerned whether the fruit is green or ripe.
Tbe rank a cranps. sfca eruptions. It b the nSdestand' gentlest oftaxa-
puaple, "tenner colds," cordon bves.lt rejdata toe stomach ana
and .Sarrhea. THebofuch trouble J"?
u an upset tVr, and nothing will
pre safer and quieter rcli-1 Ih nn thr wdl
biown Dr. CaidweHi Sjiup Pepsin.
It is just a combination of simple laxaure
herbs wiih pepsin, a formula eiultsd
some 30 years ago by Dr. Caldwell
t.im-!f. Syrup Pepsin is cow used1 by
ynatirnn of people and tS toiv IDC
laesI-teBrngEqiiid IsxanVe h tbe world.
normally again without tbe aid of medt
caiHartjcl, Syrup Pepsin does not gripe
or cause discomfort, even to a tiny baby.
A bottle, of Dr. Caldwell's Syrcp
Pepsin can be bought at any drug store
for 50c and $ 1, the litter lie family size.
A free trial bottle can be bad by sending
your address to Dr. W. B. Caldwell.
460 Washington St, Monticello, HL
A Charming El Paso Bride
Fhoto by Feldrnan Studio.
n RS EDWARD H. MET GER. nee Miss Haiti Smith, daughter of Mr. and
1V1 Mrs. H. a Smith. Miss Smith's marriage to Lient Edward H. Metiger,
which took place last Saturday evening, came as a surprise to her marry friends
here. Mrs. Aleugcr was an ,i raso gjii wim a nasi, us
Charming Luncheon Is Given By Mrs.
j Jungk In Honor Of Charming Visitors
11 K RS. C JtJXGK gave a charming mlston and 'Miss Pauline Rleholt at
It! luncheon Friday for her house
guests. Miss Helen Louise Edmlston.
of Kansas City, and Miss Pauline K.
Rleholt, of 'Wichita Falls, Tex. The
color scheme of pink was carried out
in both decorations and menu, the
table being centered with great glow
ing American Beauties. Covers were
laid for Miss Edmlston. Miss Relholt.
Miss Nellie May Bowen. Miss Margaret
Schuster, Miss Katherlne Earle, Miss
Phoebe Campbell, Miss Francis Oppen
heimer, Mrs. E. H. Booth. Jr, Mrs.
Brvan Brown and the hostess.
Mrs. E. H. Booth, r., will be the
hostess next Tuesday at a bridge
luncheon for Miss Helen Louise Ld-
the Green Tea Pot tea room in the
Lieut, and Mrs. John Alexander
TCleln. jr, who are visiting Mrs.
TClMn'. narerits. Mr. and Mrs. C E.
Stratton. will be the honor guests at
a dinner tonight at the Toltec club,
with Mr. and Mrs. Dean D. Clark as
hosts. Covers will be laid for Lieut,
and lira. Klein. Mr. and Mrs. C E.
Stratton. Mrs. Lewis Kemble. of Den
ver, Colo.; wincnester uooiey ana ine
hosts. The oartv will motor to the
Country club after dinner lor the
Mrs. St. P. Schuster will entertain
with a luncheon next Friday after
noon at 1 oclock at the Country club
for her daughter. Miss Margaret
Schuster, who has Just returned from
several weeks visit at Cloudcroft-
When cse Spokttta
ta tighten loos cpotes,
yua an bnlTrfbg safety
Loose spokes sneaa ocd
stxat dssr. AS irood
shriaks oore or less la iij
wtxther; vheeI-poks n
so exceptkm. Correct 3
thii br ""f Spoktite;
sdeitificaSr prepared to
prnt inikxte loose spokes
Apply Spofctite to tWn o
Tirstf sua srt u tooi
Federation of Women's Clubs To Talk
Welfare Subjects Monday Afternoon
ApptjriBi SpoktiU Is as
easy as oCmg. It eomes in
handy cans. Whenever
cracks show in the paint
near hsb or rim it means
loose spokes. Ecuirt a Et
ta Spoktite into thesa
crevices sad all trouble and
COSSPOVKOCn AMD CnMAANTXXO SY
THE WOODTTTE LABORATORIES
S e iTAtt i p caut coHrauwo
nwn laiCT !
ta nmia. .
Dirt aA 1'
i ... u bad fir car sa
u vmihtsr t to.
er sad ur sma
tkjBf lor roncMC
At Ul TOM. ! M
ii ml Mil.
s dim aad
tidal aaa to
alsU. Xm t?fB
n'Joa at Topbta
vul ssaka a taa lack
HTssmVif i"i effae-
Ton vCl be gn-
THE El Paso Federation of Women'!
clubs Is giving a benefit card party ,
! Thursday, July 31. in the L O. O. F.
I hall at 2.15 In the afternoon. Mrs.
V. E. Raggio Is chairman of reserva
tions. There will be tables for bridge,
bunco and five hundred. The general
Mmrnlttee consists of Sirs. Ponder S.
Carter. Mrs. V. E. Raggio, Sirs. T. M.
Ryan. Mrs. Harry Greer, Mrs. L. T.
, Kibler. Sirs. Frank H. Bait. Mrs. TV.
P. McSaln. Mrs. Edw. C. Hitchcock.
, Mrs. Julia A. Sharp, Mesdames V. E.
, Raggio and Julia A. Sharps will be
In charge of the general arrange-
' menis, assisted by the committee as
a whole. A number of prises have
been donated by the members.
Tables have already been engaged
by Mrs. Panl GInther. Mrs. William
SIcSain. Mrs. R. F. Ebert. Mrs. Charles
! Rader. Mrs. C H. Tietsort. Sirs. S. &
Frankenberger. Sirs. -William Mc
Math, Sirs. A. TV. Blttlck. Mrs. Ed S.
tvmie, juts. j. i - gicisu
Fennessy. Sirs. SL L. Ouesnell. Sirs.
tt xr Tjimn Mrs. Jnlla A. Sharoe.
Sirs. William Wallace. Sirs. Lewis
Ginsberg. Sirs. Ponder S. Carter. Sirs.
H. C Greer. Srrs. T. De Tampert,
Srrs. C sr. Ccnnlngh'im. Mrs. C W.
Parrish. Sirs. F. R. Wsnwr. Sirs. SLA.
warner. iTrs. s. J. i-enneii. jmts. n. f.
Littleton. Mrs. W. J. Nahm, Sirs. P. E.
Fren-h. Strs. Steve Aguirre and Mrs.
Out Of Town Visitors.
Sirs. IL Wm. Stewart, of Prescott
Ariz, was an arrival at the Paso del
Jas. S. Casey, attorney of BIsbee,
Ariz, was an arrival at the Paso del
v w Hamilton ana wne. ot u:irri
roso. N. JL. registered at the Paso
del N'orte Friday.
Sirs. John C Rlggs, of Dos Cabezos.
Aria, registered at the Paso del
Norte on Friday.
w a Harrison. & mlnlnsr man. reg
istered at the Paso del Norte Friday
from Santa Fe, N. SL
C. C. Rovall. a prominent ranehman
from Silver City. N. SI. was a guest
of the pso del Norte Friday.
C. F. Riley, agent of the Santa Fe
railroad at Belen. N. M was regis
tered at the Sheldon Friday.
J. W. Edwards, of Nogales. Ariz, is
visiting his father, J. L. Edwards, of
eos -Nortn EX raso street, wno is se
Wm. Slavens McNutt special corre.
spondent of Collier's Weekly, has re.
mum "NELS0N5 trill makmyou prxrad cfyoar hdr"
is r soft end ess to manage by csing
Nelson s is the original ana genuine
Hair Dressing that has been sold and
reconanended fcy druggists for crier so
years, and is used bj the roost partiai
lar people everywhere. If your hair is
coaiM and curry. Nelson's will male it soft,
gloss? and easy to managa. Get a box from your
drag store to-day.
Nelson Manufacturing Co., Inc.
nirminN i v A.
rf3saw wsbb7 Q
r - - Baal
Qvt , jKb"
in wKvit Nabon's Hir Drnsn I
Some Instructors In
Harvard Paid Less
Than Street Carmen
Cambridge. Mass.. July 16. Sal
aries of many assistant instructors
and some instructors at Harvard
university are lower than wages
paid to atreet car men. according
to figures made public today In
connection wilh the announcement
of plans for a 110.000.000 endow
ment fund campaign. vln a salary
roll of $1. 90.000. two-thirds of
which is paid to members of the
faculty of arts and sciences, some
Instructors receive less than $1000
a year, while some assistants re
ceive as low as S500.
Negro 'Troops jj
Paris Chamber Adopts Res- ji
olution Affirming The ;ji
Equality Of Races.
Paris. France. July 26 (By the
Associated Press). The government s
was Interpellated In the chamber of
deputies Friday on the rough treat- ,
ment French colored soldiers are al- j
leged to have received from the ,
American military police In French j
ports. The questions were asked by i m
SL Bolsneuf and M. Lagrosllllere, col- . jg
ored deputies, respectively, rrom
Guadeloupe and Slartinlque.
The debate that ensued ended with
the unanimous adoption of the -follow
"The chamber, faithful to the Im
mortal principles of the rights of
.wan MTemniiff all Dreiudices of re
ligion, caste or race, solemnly affirms j
the absolute equality of all men with-
out distinction or race or enmr. ttuu
their rignt to tne nenem ana pu
tertlon of all the laws of the country.
The chamber counts upon the govern
ment to apply these laws and see that
the necessary penalties for their ln
frinareroent are Inflicted."
Jules Faros, minister or ine in
terior, replying to the colored depu
ties, said that the government had ap
plied oenaltles and asked them not
to insist upon a discussion of "the
very resrrettable Incidents as France
does not forget the services rendered
by her colored sons "
nesrret or u. i1 rm.ru.
The min'ster of the Interior added
that the American government had
not hesitated to express regrets In
terms that did France the greatest
M pm sKert dnntv Joisneur tor
reasons of "hlg dIp1omacy to drr-p ,
the subject. Tne aeputy saia no
would not sneak of questions that In
volved dlnlomacv. but he protested
against the comollclty of the French
llltary authorities in these Incidents.
He then read a confidential circular
to French officers attached to the
American armv. setttng forth how
American opinion did not tolerate
"far-lllrily between whites and
"And It is America that wnts a
ortetv of n?tonV Interje-terl Charles
Bernard, a o'nuty from the Seine.
"The cln'lar was not signed by
Wilson" shout'd denuty Iaras
(Socialist from the Seine) In reply.
Cal. Chamberlain Holds
Up Washington Police At
Point of An Automatic ig
Washington. D. C July 26 Cant. g
Edmund G. Chamberlain. TT. S. SL C ,s
of San Antonio, famous American vl
ator. who has been here for Beveral I e
months awaiting the verdict from i
Tjnnt'nn In his court ma-tiM case In 1
which he was accused of faking an f
act of heroism on the French front, j
was In a police court yesterv.
iharrl with carrvInE- a nlstol. The !
case was continued until next Slonday. j
During the race rots eanv in ine
week Capt. Chamberlain was walking i
at night in Potomac nark. H saw
two suspicious persons prowling
around In the bushes and. thinking ' -
them to be rioters bent on mischief, i
drew his pistol and commanded tbem ;
to "throw up their hands." 1 1
The prowlers were two narK nonce- 1
men who arreFted the caotnln and ,
t,.tA Kfm fn tK nnllre station. '
Capt. Chamberlain maintained in
the police court that as a marine
corps officer he his a right to carry
a pistol, and explained why he had
attemnted to hold un the two park
policemen. The Judtre. however,
thought the case should be further
investlsrated. and postponed it until
lieitt. n. sr. A'vnin'inv,
tTI.TKR. KILLED IX TEXAS
Dallas. Tex- July 26. Second Lieut.
Edward St. Anderson. 23. was Instant
lv killed Friday when the rltht wing
of an alro!sne he was nllotlng from
Wichita Falls to Love field, here, col
lensed and the machine went Into a
- '-r dive.
fe Range I
CONSIDER the COjMFORT of a gas range on these hot days
and just figure out for yourself whether you are justified
in going on without one or with one that has seen its best days.
When a gas range has done good work for a reasonable number
of years and then works badly, give it credit for what it HAS
BEEN and get a NEW ONE.
Your place to GET that new one is decidedly here at Eoutz
Moore's. Our assortment is all-embracing. From a little two
burner stove to a great hotel range, we have all types. Some of
them so well bought that we can quote you the prices that were
regular two years ago when thev cost lots less than now.
Anyway, let us show you our coUection. v Just see whether you
really should buy one now or not
Save 20 on Refrigerators
and Porcli Furniture
TT AST week we announced a 20 reduction on all porch furniture and refngeraton
1 because, as we expressed it then, these lines were "shot to pieces. By this toe
there are mighty 7ew pieces left. The same reduction will apply unfl they r -. ALL
gone. Perhaps you can still pick np the very bargain you ye hoped to find. Wo
harm to try and if you do find what you want you know that, always.
Foutz-Moore . Furniture
111-113 N. Stanton St.
'All the Comforts of Home"s
n i I a in
HER1FF BIS 'ELEH BIS
FORD'S PLAGE ARE DROWNED
1 This English Girl
1 Dancing Sensation f
was over seas for 15 months and Is
still suffering from being gassed. Mrs.
Eckenroth also has another house
guest. Miss Kathleen Cox, ot Dallas,
El Pasoans A way.
Sirs. T. B. Johnson, or 709 East
Boulevard, Is at Lon Beach, Calif-j
for the summer.
..utue Minnie sacKen nas cone to
Venice, Calif, to visit her aunt. Sirs.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Richards. 352
Frutas street, will leave soon for Den
ver, to make their future home.
Miss Lilly K.K Malone left today
for Westwood. N. J.. to visit friends.
She will be away until September 1.
Mrs. VT. IL Austin leaves today for
Mexico City, where she will visit her
daughter, Mrs. T. IL Hssam. She will
return about September L
Mrs. W. T. Cutler, of 4140 Trow
bridEn street. Is vtsitlne in San Dleeo.
Later she will go to San Franeisco and
return home in about six weeks.
Miss Kdlth Maloney left Friday for
Los Angeles, going by way of the
Grand canyon. She will be joined In
Los Angeles by her sister. .Miss Lucile
Maloney. and will visit the resorts
In southern California until Septem
ber. Aulomobilinp. and Outinsa.
ii n,l Mrs. A. J. Haroer and fam
ily left early Saturday morning by;
turned from Arizona and Is at the rui(joso, N. M.
Dr. and Mrs. J. J. pearce ana tneir
son. Jerrv. left Saturday morning for
a camping trip up to Kuidoso. They
bad as tneir guest j. v. narper.
on6 mrt,l box, enclosed inapat-
TaVa Has advartiaesienc to tr
azvz aura, aiwa o. , i
get tha tfrnima fJelssn s piial
Mrs. F. D. Shelton. of Magdalena.
N. SL, and Mrs. V. B. May. of Las
Cruces. N. M . were arrivals at the
Sheldon on FrMav.
Miss Mary Killln, of Livingston.
Ala, is the guest of her cousins. Miss
Elsie and Miss Allte Johnston, at the
E. VT. Rucker. a mining man of Jer
ome. Ariz, and H. J. Gerrard. a busi
ness man of Carrlzozo, Jt. M were
arrivals at ths Sheldon hotel Fridav.
Dr Nettle satterlee nas as ner gnosis
hro'her, fJeorge. Dr. Fatteriee ani
hmther. Ceorare. Dr. Satterly ana
mother will leave In a few days for
a tour of California.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Erwln. Jr, of
Temple. Texas, arrived Friday morn
Inar from a tour of California and
Colorado points of Interest and are
guests of their sisters. Mlas Olive end
Mlsa & Lee Seaton, 1011 East Boule
Mrs. "W. N. Yates, of Barstow. Tex,
and little, danehter. Dorrls. are house
euests of Mr. and Mrs. C E. Brvan on
McKlnley avenue Mr. Yates was the
very successful chairman of the wom-
war vnrV roTTiTnlttee for Ward
county and a faithful worker in the
HK.,tv 1n,n H . t . .
Mrs. Leona Morgan is a guest of her
daughter. Mrs. A. T!. Eckenroth. Na
15 Brazos flats. Mrs. Morgan, who
was formerly a resident of El Paso,
has been visiting another dauehter
Tfi.. rhriAtte McOovern of Browns
ville. Tex., deputy sheriff of Cameron
county for several years, was acimt
herilf recenUy while the Henry Fora
case held her auperlors in tha north. Ker
dntlea ineiuaea airccuns ie pw.
cera and prMervinc order 'down on tne
border." as well a the leas reaponalole
but no less dlcnlfled business of opeainr
For the August Brides.
n,, ...Milt iltsnlav nf crlfts that
will please the August bride is one of
the most attractive we have ever
shown. The Items are not only beau
tiful but they have Intrinsic worth
which Is a keynote of all gifts that
WVearemlnd you that Hixson sllvsr
has been the standard wedding gift
In the Southwest for over a quarter of
vvf T" '?ixou Co, Hallmark Jewelers
Mills and Mesa, on the Plaza. Adv.
The latest styles combined with in
dividual designs are desirable. Our
long experience and complete stock
are both at your service In drafting
and printing wedding" tnvltatlons. For
tnis most imuuiuiui
Capture a TrucKioaa 01
Wines and Whisky at
Vinton, Eeport Says.
John Ford, alleged to be the proprie
tor of a saloon at Vinton: John Ford,
jr, and William Polndexter. said to be
,,.. t the nlace. were arrested
at midnlgnt Friday by sheriff Seth
Orndorft charged with the illegal sale
of liquor. The men were arraigned
hefore Justice J. M. Deaver and each
furnished bond ot ,750 for Ms appear
ance at a preliminary hearing to be
?yoffSSs!-th. sheriff was driving
S.r- w-a-h. xsii
wen!rthereand ,nfomd the men that
was from Las Cruces. according to
renorts ot the arrest, asking that he
bl sold some liquor. He then covered
the. men with a revolver and bronsnt
thin? to E Paso. No difficulty was
experienced by any ot the men in fur
nishing boni .
In accordance with his dying re
oue'X the pallbearers at the funeral
of V man in Boothville. West Virslnla,
smoked corn cop pipes while bearing
the corpse to the cemetery. From
High Waves Tip Over Boat
and Canoes m $ig rona,
at East Otis, UL
Springfield, 111, July 16. Eleven
boys, all members of the Springfield
in Big Pond. East Otis, when a flat
boat and several canoes In which they
were being towed rrom an lsiaaa
which they were camping were tipped
over by hihg waves.
Miss Hannah J. Patterson has been ap
pointed a member of the advisory ooard
of the bureau of war risk Insurance.
A TEXAS WONDER.
The Texas Wonder for kidney and
bladder troubles, gravel diabetes,
weak and lame back, rehumatism and
irregularities of the kidneys and blad
der in both men and women. It not
(Hail ua icvuiii - .
bottle is two months' treatment, and
often cures. Send for sworn testimo
nials. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2M Olive St,
Boys' club, were drowned yesterday St Louis. Mo. Sold tiy drngisia.-Aav.
I Do Your I
I Marketing at
I Everybody's j
We will save you money on izn
choice meats of all kinds. .gi
Here are some of the specials
we offer for Saturday hi
Specials on Beef.
Loin Steak, lb
T. Bone Steak, lb
Round Steak, lb. ......
SL.nM Rfenlc. lb.....
Shoulder Roast, lb c
Arm Roast, lb ...
30e a I
n n 1h.. . 2Se
Veal Shoulder Roust, lb.. .I'hiv g.ffl
Veal Chops, lb sue nnu ijc
Veal Stevr, lb e
in Salt Lake Cltv and later with a, make sure that you get tne dcsi ay
brother at Rusk. Wyoming. Rov Mor-i coming to us.
gan. a son. has luBt arrived In Kl Pnsol W Inao Printlns Co.
for a 50 day furlough. Mr. Momanl 108 West Main StreeL Adv.
LONDON". Paris and other continental S
cities have another sensation. This g
time It Is a dancer and not a Russian. ;
"The dancer of dancers." as she Is
generally referred to. It Miss Margaret S
Morris, an Englishwoman. The cos- g , a
tumes of, the terpslchorean artist are 6-4 .lahfiVSKV. lYlPr.
the talk ot the hour, although critics g 11a tilOUUVOn., 115
tnaiat their necniiar creations are oi
unique designs and originality. The
accompanying photograph shows Miss
Morris neglnnlng the interpretation of
one of her famous ancient dances.
tm eo.atume is considered one ot the
most striking ever worn by any art-i
Home Dressed Ponltry.
Creamery Butter, Lb. 60c.
It Will Pay You to Get Ac
quainted With Us.
New Market Bid?.
Whenever you find it necessary to spend a considerable sura
for a needed outlay, you give careful consideration to tne expen
diture. You want to get the most you can for your money. Right
here is where my proposition appeals to the thinking person.
I offer dentistry of the highest class, figured on the basis of any
other commodity, that is to say: so much cost, with a reasonable
(not an unjust) profit added. I have no fancy frills, no expensive
rrembership in dental societies, no professional bunk, no hazy
ideals of social distinction to maintain but treat my work as a
business proposition. Take it from me. my business is based on
experience and common sense. The. work done in my offices stays
put. Your money goes farthest I'm satisfied with the profit ona
dozen cases the average dentist must have on one. A large volume
of business enables me to treat a large number of patients at a
small profit on each. And mark this; quality dentistry, not cheap
dentistry. If I were endeavoring to sell cheap dentistry at a cheap
price. I would be ofienng nothing new nor different from the or
dinary dental advertiser, but in selling high quality dentistry, with
out pain, at painless prices, by skillful, experienced specialists. I
am able to cut a big slice off the average dental fee, in most in
stances do belter work, and still have a large surplus for you to
tuck into your jeans, and give you a sensible, businesslike protec
Dentistry is a business. See that you get a business deaL Do
not let the "cheapest education" abuse your confidence It will
pay out-of-town patients to consult me.
J. Hod Williams, M. D., D. D. S.
The People's Dentist"
El Paso and San Antonio Sts.
Over American Savings Bank,
Across the street
from entrance Hotel del Norte
FOl'R VEARS IN THIS LOCATION.
Office Phone 0S4 Night Phone 3103 Night Calls t5M
A Bond In the Hand is Worth Two In the Booth
W. S. S. AND LIBERTY DO.NDS ARE CASH TO CS.