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Week-End Edition, August 9-10, 1919.
EL PASO HERALD
! Lieut. Bethel Leaves Here To Go
To France As Washington Courier j
LIEUT JOHN MAGRUDEK BETHEL
left Saturday for Washington, D.
C , and thence to port of embarkation
and service overseas. He is a gradu
ate of the Tnited States mllltary
academy and since last October has
been stationed with the Seventh cav
alry at Fort Bliss. He was also sta
tioned on border duty at Yslefci and.
was in command of the detachment of
F trcop, of the Seventh, which was
Etation'd in San Ellzario for some
time. Lieut. Bethel was in command
of the detachment of p troop which
TntVs chief of sTa'ff to An.es,e!!he est, of Mr. and Mrs C
Villita iAarir -trA Vv.it k ton, Mrs. Klein a parents, at 1
trOODS tbat went Intn Mtirn rAnnntlv.
Ljeut- Betbel goes abroad as overseas
courier ana reacnea til raso on Tnur
day from Cloudcroft, where he re
ceived bis orders. lie was on the
summer vacation with the Seventh
cavalry and came down immediately
on receipt of orders to make ready for
ts trip After reporting In Washlns
n he will go for a short visit to hi
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How Much Tobacco
Will My Heart Sta n d?
A Question Vital to Every Man Who Smokes or Chews
IT MAT COST A PRECIOUS LIFE TO
FTCTD OUT BY EXPERIMENT.
The heart of every user of tobacco
bears a double burden. It does its al
.otted task and then fights nicotine
for supremacy. As long as the heart
-s ,ns he lives: when it loses be dies,
vut before the final victory of ni'-o-iine
you pass through many stages of
'lecline and decay and suffer many
pangs Hearts are like human beings
some are stronger than others,
t herefore some hearts will stand more
nbacco than others, but there is a
mlt to what any heart can stand.
The man who puts this additional
strain on bis heart a dozen times a
dav by smoking cigarettes, a pipe or
ugars or chewing tobacco is tak
pg a madman's chance with health
and hfe to lose and nothing to win
r.it the chance that he may not lose
them. He is indulging in a costly
habit at the expense of precious
health. Ask any doctor anywhere,
and he will tell you that using tobac-
o is injurious and that it is far bet
ter to quit the habit than to experi
ment to find how much tobacco vour
heart will stand without serious re
RnV the tbouirht of anlttini- Is un-
But the tljougnioi quitting is un
'leasant to most men even to those
who know that tobacco Injures tbem
and to really quit takes more will
power than they have and causes
more suffer'ng than they can volun
tarily euJnre. To quit the habit
Mr. Car Buyer,
READ THIS! j
Messrs. Walters & Durham, i
El Paso, Texas- I
Gentlemen: The Used Overland Country Club Roadster which
we purchased from you some weeks ago has been! used by my I
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to the entire letter.
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to purchase a used car is from a firm of your reputation, as it
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to know that this particular car which we bought from you
was advertised in the paper by the owner at the same price which
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placing the car in good order that we would have had to have
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LWB:LS . L. W. BARTHOLOMEW.
Eg (Letter from fins of Krakaser,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Bethel.
01 rairiax county, va, oeiore nis de
parture. Lieut. Bethel has many I
friends in the city and has taken anl
active part in social activities.
Lieut, and Mrs. John Alexander
Klein, Jr., left Saturday at noon over
the Golden State limited for Camp
Funston. Kas.. where Lieut. Klein has
station on duty with the 34th UnitedJ
xew weeKs ago, alter service or I
I more than a year with the seventh dl
vision of the American expeditionary
forces overseas and came here to Join
his wife. They wept for a visit Into
the mountains of New Mexico and
then came here, where they have been
ton, Mrs. Klein's parents, at the Strat
ton home on Silver street The mar
riage of Lieut, and Mrs. Klein oc
curred a short time before Lieut
Klein left for overseas and during- his
absence Mrs. Klein, the former. Miss
neien btratton, nas oeen at nome wnn
Airs. j. v. brans ana ner uscier.
Miss Virginia Evans, will leave this
evening for their home in Waco, Tex
as, after a visit of several months
with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Evans at
the' Evans home on Montana street
En route to Waco. Mrs. Evans and her
daughter will stop for a visit with
friends In 'Stanford, Texas. Mr. and
Mrs. Evans, with their house guests,
have Just "eturned from a visit to
Mrs. G. A. Martin and little son.
Chris, left Saturday for Cloudcroft, to
take a cottage. Little Chris has been
111 for several days and the trip Is
made to benefit his health. Mrs. Mary
Warren, of Alpine. Texas, who has
been visiting in EI Paso, accompa
O. J. Thomas, of the auditing de
partment of the El Paso & South
western railroao. left Saturday for
Parkersburg. W. Va to Join Mrs.
Thomas and their little daughter, who
aie spending the summer in that
state. They will be gone a month
Miss Alzina Orndorff has been vis
iting for the past few weeks in Dal
las. Texas, where she Is tbe house
guest of Mrs. Fred Akard and her
family at the Akard home and Miss
Burtram Orndorff has gone to Dallas
recently to be a visitor at the Akard
Henry S. Beach leaves today for
Los Angeles to Join his wife who has
been on the coast for several weeks.
They will remain on the Pacific
coast until the first of September.
Dr. and Mrs. Wip Robinson left dur
ing" the past week for a visit to Los
Angeles and the beaches of the Pacific
coast They win De in uaiuornia tor
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crosby and their
daughter. Miss Eva, ana weir son,
Leon, will leave Tuesday for Houston,
Tex. ,to make tneir inture some.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sachs left on
Thursday for Santa Monica, CaL, and
other places on the Pacific coast
Picnickers Take a Thermopak of
Ice' Cream It will keep the cream
for four hours and is serviceable in
many ways quart size $2.00. "Warner
urns' none . .n. aqt.
Convenient, comfortable, homelike.
make it easy for yourself by getting
NIcotol tablets and taking them as
directed. The habit really quits you
and its departure is a pleasure equal
to Its indulgence.
If you want to know how much
easier It is to quit the habit with NIc
otol than without it go twenty-four
hours without tobacco and note what
an effort it costs you. then begin
using it as usual and take Nicotol
tablets. At the end of a week discon
tinue smoking or chewing for, a day
and It is probable you will have no
desire to resume. At least your de
sire will be greatly diminished and
another week or two should make It
not only possible, but a pleasure, to
NOTE: Dr. Connor, formerly of Johns
Hopkins Hospital, under whose advice
Kleotol has often been used, isald when
this statement was shown to him: 1 have
known Nicotol to conquer the tobacco
habit In less than ten days' time and 1
can therefore recommend It highly." wnen
the doctor's statement was shown to one
of our leading druggists he said: "No
eotol Is truly a wonderful remedy for tne
tobacco habit war ahead of anything we
have ever sold before. We are authorized
b the manufacturers to refund the money
dissatisfied customer and we
would hot permit the use of on- name un
less the remedy possessed unusual merit"
Nicotol is sold In this city under an iron
clad money-back guarantee by all up-to-date
drngglts. including Kelly & Polls ra
and Scott White & Co.
Paso, Texas, July 18, 1919. fc"J
Zork & Moye's Sua, Inc.)
vA Recent Arrival In El Paso
MRS. "WENDELL GOODRICH, wife of Lieut. Goodrich, of the 11th aero
squadron, who is stationed at Fort 'Bliss. Mrs. Goodrich, an attractive
addition to the military circles, arrived
California, where she. has been summering, to join her husband. Lieut and
Mrs. Goodrich entertained at dinner
following a horseback canter over the
guests were a group or omcers of toe
Program Of Music
Arranged For Benefit Of Milk Fund
GROUP of El Pasoans will lend
. their talents on the evening of
Friday, August 15, to as entertainment
for the benefit of the baby milk fund
The program will be presented In L O.
O. F. hall and the hour Is to be 8:15
oclock. Among the entertainers are
to be found a number of musicians and
readers. The program follows:
Recitation and two parts (A) "My
Country" (B) "Toast To The Flaj."
"It makes A Difference," Laura
"Ain't He Cute? Cecil Phillips.
"His Cousin's Alibi" (Miss Saman
tha Tucker). Mabel Phillips.
Sketch. "The Actress And The Prin
cess," Julia Dannenberg. Ruth Phil
lips. Vocal solo. Mrs. Will T. Owen.
-Pa's Head," Mrtha Phillips
"The Rose And The Dinner Pall,"
Mona Lisa Smith.
"In Cherry Time," in concert
"Violin solo. Miss Virginia Bean.
-Now Its Over. Over There" (The
Doughboy Speaks), Mildred Cohen.
"The Flu, in concert
Vocal solo, Walter Davis.
1 Entertainment Is To Be Given Monday 1
I Evening At 82nd Field Artillery "Y" j
ISS HELEN TEMPLE will direct a
day evening at the Y. M. C A. build
ing at the S2d field artillery camp
The numbers to be given will include:
Vocal solo. Miss Josephine Turren
tlne. Reading. Miss Lillian Wlsburn.
Violin solo. Miss Louis McCall.
Toe dance. Miss Josephine Kaufman.
Vocal number. Miss Lois Shaw.
Reading, Miss Gwendolyn Jones.
Vocal solo. Miss Vera Geer.
Mrs. Lynn Bennett and Miss j'ean
ette Faller will be the accompanists
for the evening.
R. C Macdonild. of the remount "T"
hut is taking- care of the social work
at the "Y" hut at Camp Wagner.
Cloudcroft and put on an extremely
fine program last Monday evening.
Tbe Seventh cavalry band gave a
concert from 6 until 7 p. ra., which
was followed by the program from
7:30 to 8:30. The program was put
on by visitors at the Lodge and peo
pie having cottages for the summer.
A Serial Of
John Butler Show$ His Faith In Elizabeth And Runs
. nr1 nri - r i a
ounier 10 i ne
ELIZABETH checked herself in the
middle of her speech, blushing
furiously. She remembered that this
man probably knew that her own
brother was a physician.
Butler also looked embarrassed. He
was remembering Dr. Wade. And, re
membering him, ae noticed his com
panion's discomfort, and wondered at
Be did not believe a word that Clif
ford Chapln had said. Yet what was
the matter? Why was she so con
fused? He longed to relieve her fear
or nervousness, to make her believe
that he trusted her Implicit.
"Miss Moore," be began, then re
called Clifford's statement that
"Moore" was not hei name.
If Clifford Chapln could have known
the malease that his threats and re
velations had produced his small soul
would have been at least partialy
satisfied. As It was. he was now
speeding toward Chicago, feeling that
e naa zanea in nis aims at revenge;
whloti. while a very painful sensation.
is tnucn Detter tor a awarred soul than
is the consciousness of victory over
"What?" Elizabeth looked up at the
man bending over her, forcing, herself
to meet V gaze steadily. f
THE LATEST METHOD.
THE BEST CLE ANGUS
during the week from Coronado Beach,
the past week' for a group of friends,
foothills to Mount Franklin. Among the
llyiag service stationed at ort Bliss.
"In the Days of Lafayette." Milda
Muller, assisted by Mildred Cohen, Ce
cil Phillips. Mona LIsta Smith.
"Ma, Lemme Lick The Dish," Flor
"God's Gifts." read bv Rev. Fuller
Swift and illustrated by Emma Mae;
uuucjuuii, uttum rrariij, jiaruia
Pearcy, Mabel Phillips, Mona Sisa
Smith, William Atkinson. Milda Mul
ler. One act playlet, entitled "The Aeol
dlcotts summer home at one of the J
Maine resorts. Time, late summer of
Written by Madame Annie GIrard.
Judge Francis Walton. E. C Martin.
Leslie Walton,' his son, Emma Mae
Mrs. Richard Esdlcott, Mrs. David
Bertha Walton, his daughter. Miss
Lillian, his grand daughter. Miss
Estelle, granddaughter of the
countess, Mildred Cohen.
Countess de la Montana, Annie
-Star Spangled Banner."
many El Pasoans taking part In
strumental and vocal numbers were
rendered and many lively readings
were well received.
The entertainment was given on the
platform under the pines, where, the
movie screen is built The men were
all loud in their praise of the pro
gram and there will be a repeat of
programs, one being staged every
Friday evening tbe patients of the
base hospital enjoyed a game tourna
ment at the Red Cross house at Fort
Bliss. Pitch, pinochle, casino, domi
noes and checkers were played. Win
ners for the evening in the game of
pitch were Pvts. Ollle Osborn. J. D.
Warren, Jessie H. Boyt, Leon B. Brite.
Thomas S. Rowley, William Bocast
G. F. Francis and J. Tarner. Pvt
A. J. Lehlbach and cook Edward Cas
sarrie won In the pinochle game and
Pvts. William Stoneburner. Dewey
Robertson and Charles W. Wood won
in the casino game. The winners In
dominoes were Pvts. J. F. Simon. H. D.
Smith. J. D McGlnley, Clifford Rid
dle and Walter Winzenread. Pvt M.
Stubbs and Sergt Mat Tigienec won
in the checkers game. Punch was
served during the evening.
East and West.
By V'astma Terhunel
Van dc Water. 1
star Company 1
vross-uramed .Amos ihapm.
, "Nothing only." Butler stammered,
: "only I mean I wish I couM heln
i you. Something's wrong and I know
I. you are distressed and yet I can't
be of any assistance to you."
Her eyes fell before his. She wanted
to talk freely to him. to unburden
I ner soul yet first she must find out
how muchvhe already knew.
-i wisn i could ten you every
thing," she acknowledged wistfully.
Then, with a sudden resolution. "Did
.Clifford Chapln speak to you of my
A Considerate Companion.
"Your brother? What about your
"Why, no he did not mention your
brother," Butler assured her. "1 did
not even know you had one. Why do
"Oh nothing!" she exclaimed. "It's
no matter anyway. Just now. I I don't
fee like talking."
-Of course you don't!" Butler
I straightened himself up and spoke
briskly. "You are faint for your
breakfast and here I am letting yoa
talk about everything except what you
most neea looa. I declare I am
ashamed of mrself! You lust lean
back against that tree and close your
I eyes until I return. I'll not be long."
&ne am nis niaamg. sne was tired
For a minute she had thought that
the worst would soon be over, was.
was, perhaps, over already She had
fancied that Clifford bad told John
Butler who she was. From Butlers
bearing he had shown hat he felt no
Tesentment at the deception she and
Douglas had practiced upon tilm. If
that had been the case, all was welt
But as soon as she mentioned her
brother, she saw her mistake. Butler
knew nothing of her kinship with
Douglas Wade, his physician. All that
revelation must yet De made nis in
A. P. Coles Plans
. To Build Houses
! For Home Seekers
Contemplates Building Ten
Or More Bungalows
Construction of 10 to 25 houses on
rant avenue during tbe fall and win
ter Is contemplated by A. P. Soles &
Bros, real estate dealers, in order to
relieve the shortage of homes that is
e- pected to develop with the return of
home owners to the city from their
"We had anticipated erecting these
houses at an early date, but the price
of 'construction asked by contractors
exceeded our expectations," said Mr
"We are willing to build houses or
finance their construction for any per
sons who want to build nice homes,
costing $3500 and up, if the persons
will pay actual coll of building and
the price that the lots were several
years ago, plus 10 percent We will
expect persons to raake their own
plana and contracts, make reasonable
cash payments, pay cash value of the
lots, and pay the balance in five an
Crowell IteDOrts Sales.
The Douglas C Crowell Agency In
the Mills building reports several
large sales pending and the following
sales closed during the past week:
Surveys numbers 165. 171, 172 and
172, San Ellzario Island, to C C. Rig
ney and F. C Holloway.
Lots 3 and i. block "A." Govern
ment Bill addition, to Lewis and
Lots 1 and 2. block t. Government
Hill addition, to A. D. Brown.
Five room modern bungalow, lots
35 and 36. block 7, Manhattan Heights,
to Lieut Barber.
FEW REALTY TRANSACTIONS;
RENT HOUSES STILL SCARCE
Realty transactions during the past ,
week were fewer In number than for
several weeks, according to local real
estate dealers. No larse deals were
reported as having been completed,
the few transactions that were made
being for small homes In widely sep- i
arated parts of the city. !
Several dealers reported that they
were working" on large transactions
but had not made complete and final
terms as yet
Rent houses continue scarce, it was
reported. Work Is progressing nicely ,
on a number of houses that will be
used for rental purposes but no new
contracts were let during the past
week for such bulldipgs.
dlgnatlon must yet be faced perhaps
even th loss of his regard.
She sighed wearily. Never mind!
She would rest now. She would not
cross that bridge before she came to
The warm sunshine drew sweet per
fume from the clover. The bees bum
mei; cirowslly about her. The shade
of the apple boughs about her shielded
her frt m tbe direct glare of the sun's
rays; a rot In whistled to his mate; a
scng sparrow trilled out his Joy in
tbe day snt, in life
Hen !ove!y it all was! And how de
llci'iualy iiowsy It made her!
She fcaa slept little last night; her
nervej v ere over tired. She let her
eyelids roop over her eyes, and in
three minutes she was fast asleep.
In the farmhouse Mrs. Chapln was
preparing a fay according to John
The Farmer Objects.
"Miss Moore was rather shocked at
the sight of that dog lying; dead
there." he explained. "So she thouzht
she didn't want any breakfast But 1 1
persuaded her to let me Dring some-1
thing down to tbe orchard to her. 1!
thing- a cup of your hot coffee and aj
couple of those biscuits that you
cooked for breakfast will be all she
wants. Oh. yes and a saucer of those
big blackberries." I
Mrs. Chapln liked John Butler. She
liked him better tt least with more
ease now that her son was out of
the way. Clifford's dislike for him
had made her feel almost as if she
was wrong In not sharing it
PerhaDS Clifford had been a little
peeved because Elizabeth Wade had I
not seemed to HKe tne son oi tne
house better than she did this
stranger. Well, there was no account
ing for g'rls tastes. And maybe she
did care n good deal about Clifford
after siL only would not show it The
tl. jupht softened the maternal heart
more t) an ever uward Elizaoeth.
"I guess Lizzie's not very well, any
way," she .remarked, "I noticed last
evening that she seemed kinder mop
As Butler started across tho backi
lawn, carrying the laden trty. ne met
Amos Cf-apin. The farmer eyeJ him
"I thought you were at work." he
said. "Where are you taking that
"To Miss Moore." John replied,
-What's the matter with her that
she can't eat break tut in the house;
without takins a man's valuable'
time?" Amos demanded.
"She was sickened by the lght of
your shooting thtt dos down right
before her eyes," Butler repllc-l sharply-
Amos started to retort, then thought
better of it and went on towarl the
To De Continued.
1LU THE AHVANTAGE.
That lawyer made you admit there are
a lot of things you don't know."
"He had an unfair ndrantase. If t
bad been permitted to ask all the ques
tions X could have done the same thins
with him." Wsihlnston star.
Mall L" "Tour Films
for development Any sized roll, 10c.
Kodak supplies, films.
J. F. Gandara rboto Supply Co.
110 E. San Antonio Street Adv.
Let Vm Fill Voir Prescriptions.
The drugs we dispense are all care
fnllv selected and their strength
known. Prescriptions from your doc-j
tor are filled Just as he wants them,
tilled. We do not substitute in any'
case. We fill prescriptions promptly!
and accurately, nememoer you get
what you ask for.
Scott White Co. Draggllts.
Mills Bldg. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
S14 San Francisco St Adv.
Wo deliver Ice Cream In the THER
MOPAK It will keep the cream in
perfect shape for 4 hours. The War
ner Drue; Co., Phone 731. Adv.
Is It Your Nerves?
How often you hear the remark.
"It's my nerves!" Many stronc ap
pearing menTind women fret because
they do not feel as well as formerly,
yet their physicians tell them they
have no organic disease. Thev are
weak, listless, sleepless, neuralgic and
have a variable appetite, are exces
sively irritable and sometimes hss
tericaL As soon as any of these symp
toms appear, Warner's Safe Nervine
should be taken according to direc
tions. It has a direct action on the
nerves and Is a medicine of proven
merit It allays Irritability from nerv
ous exhaustion, produces healthful
and rfreshlng sleep, and leaves no
unpleasant symptoms. It contains no
narcotics and may be taken with no
fear of 111 effects. To any who suffer
from loss of sleep, neuralgia, nervous
headaches and nervous prostration.
Warner's Safe Nervine brings nroir.ot
relief. Sold by leading drueslsta
everywhere. Sample sent on receipt
of ten cents. Warner's Safe Remedies
Co, Dept 3S6, Rochester. N. T.
Home comforts these days mean a gas range, a comfortable porch which our boys from
overseas appreciate so much after the outdoor life.
In ranees'are to be found here at Foiitz-Moore's all the modern types, from the emalles
o the largest Purchased before the p. ices went skyward you can get the benefit by get
ting that new range here
Our boys returning from France are thinking of economy, too. Onele Sana tansbt them
that And we remember that In the great world war things pf QUALITY" were the ones
worth while. The same Is true in tee home. We offer you bedroom suites and all kinds
of furniture that "STAND THE SAW TEST." It's the LASTUsG that pays.
We still have many select pieces In porch furniture at 29 percent reduction Jrlce. not
withstanding the great number sold. Tbla reduction is still In force and will be until we
have disposed of our whole collection.
IF IT'S FURNITURE FOR A NEW HOME, LET US
SHOW YOU. AND REMEMBER,
Hogwallow Locals ,
DOCK HICKS says he would wash
tip and so to church a lot oitenet
. -. .. i:it. .
than he aoes ll tne preacnei uioa l
point his finger at people in the con
gregation so much.
Atlas Peck has a good, second hand
corkscrew to swap for a croquet
Cricket Hicks has written to the
free advice department to, find out
what to talk abont after he runs out
of something to say.
Your Federal Taxes
QITe handle portable lighting na
tures, paintings and bronie stat
uary. Mast we make separate reports
on tbe war tax collected on palntlnss,
and statuary and on the Ilghtlnc Ilx-j
turn? . t '
A. Yes. form No. 735 a covers tne
portable lighting fixtures ind form
No. 728 A covers the paintings and
statuary. Both may be obtained at
the local revenue office in the fed
Q. If we can ahovr that oar prop
erty was worth more In 1912 tban the
price we sell it for today, do we bate
to pay any income tax on the sale, al
though the property cost urn less In
1SCO tban ne are selling It for today t
A. If you can prove to the govern
ment's satisfaction that the property
was worth more on March 1. 1913.
than you are selling it for now, you
do not have to pay any Income tax
on the sale. Upon you, however,
rests the burden of proof that the
property was actually worth more in
1911 than you are selling it for now.
J. A. Carvel, 17 chamber of com
merce building, will answer any In
come or luxury tax question sent to
Tbe erald. IX they are signed prop
erly. BAND COXCEItT SUNDAY
EVENING AT FORT BLISS
The following program will be ren
dered at S o'clock Sunday evening by
the Fifth Cava'ry band at the band
stand. Fort Bliss:
March "Our Amercia" (Keck)
Overture "Bohemian GIrl"...(Balfe)
Excerpts from the comic opera
"Going Up" Hlrseh)
"Barcarole." from "Tales of Hoff
"Pilgrims' Chorus." from Tann-
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(f La Gloconda.
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No. 19 B" (Lampt,
Finale "Fifth Cavalry March". (Cain)
William J. Cain is band leader.
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SOLD AT TOILET COUNTERS OR SENT POSTPAID
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Calomel Loses You a Day's Work!
Take Dodsoif s Liver Tone Instead
Read my guarantee ! If bilious, constipated, or head
achy you need not take nasty, sickening, danger
ous (calomel to get straightened up.
Every druggist m town your drug
gist and everybody's druicslst bas no
ticed a great falling off In the sale of
calomel They all give the same rea
son. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking Its
"Calomel la dangerous and people
know It while Dodson's Liver Tone ts
perfectly safe and gives better re
sults." said a prominent local drug
gist Dodson's Liver Tone is personal
ly guaranteed by every druggist ho
sells it A large bottle doesn't rost
very much but If it falls to five easy
relief In every case of liver sluggish-1
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is made soft cad earj to manage by using
Nelson's is tie original end genuine
Hair Dressing tnit has been sold end
recornniend ed by druggists for o-5er so
years, and is used h$ the most particu
lar people everywhere. If your hair is
coarse end curly. Nelson's will msVe it toft,
glow? rod easy to manago. Get a box from your
drug store bxLy.
Nelson Manufacturing Co., Inc.
a RICHMOND. VA.
HOLD 17 YEAR OLD BOY
OX DRUG PEI)DL1.G CHARGE
Miguel Rodriguez, IT years old. was
arrested by policeman B. B McDon
ald Friday nigh, and is being held in
connection with the alleged peddling
of narcotics. Seven packages sus
pected of containing morphine are
said by the police to have been found
on his person.
Hazel White, a negress. was ar
rested at the same time on a charge
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Protects tLe skin, relieves tne "snine
due to perspiration and brings bad
the freshness of yotith.
Tan -No -More Is delightful to use
and blends so perfectly with the sic
that it is invisible.
As your beauty improves so ivifl
your appreciation of Tan-No-More.
Three sizes, 35c, 50c and $1.00
Tints white and flesh
ness and constipation, you have only
to ask for your money back.
Dodson's Liver Tone Is a pleasant
tasting; purely vegetable remedy,
harmless to both children and adults.
Take a spoonful at night and wake up
feeling fine: no biliousness, sick head
ache, acid stomach or constipated
bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause In
convenience all the next day like vio
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A TEXAS WONDEE.
Trie Texas Wonder for ttlcney end
bladder troubles, travel, diabetes,
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Irregularities or the kidneys and blad
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iold by your drogpist, will be sent by
mall on receipt of Si 3$ One small
bottle 15 two months' treatment and
often cures. Send for swra testimo
nial!. Dr & W. Hall. 29SS Olive St
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