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i3 ! -5 never have found anything to surpass the colTee and biscuits that your mother made, but the PRINTING that delighted your father and the prices that he considered rea sonable would hardly prove sat isfactory to you in this age of progress and competition. UP-TO-DATE i3 an appropriate term in speak ing: of the printing we do. We nave a lot of new equipment, and are constantly receiving the lat est styles of type. and Pamphlets of every descrip tion printed in the neatest and most attractive styles. If you want a catalogue or Constitution and By-Laws printed, call on us WE HAVE increased our facilties for doing1 commercial printing-. We do not claim to be the cheapest printers in the State we are not running a Chinese laundry but we do Commereial Printing- at the lowest prices that good work can be done for. Our Specialty Lawyer's Briefs, CLEAN PROOFS, QUICK TIME, ATTRACTIVE STYLE. HERALD JOB OFFICE, 'Phone 115. J& lit. ."'- sr&4 ?e v 01 You May Books A foot-hold for Consumption is what you are olTerinsr, if your blood is impure. Cocsuuipuoa is s.iiiply Lun-r Scrofula. A snoluious eoo-l'.tion. with a slight couch or c.lfi, is all that, it needs to devt Io:t it U Jt ja.-t us it depends upon the hltio i for its origin, suit depends upon tiie hioo.l fer its csire. Tho sui'ist re r.edy for Scrofula, in every form, the bios'. rtVciive blood -cleanser, llesh builuer, acd s( rtiitrih-ieloier that's known to tn 1 e:il science, is Doctor 1 'tree's Golden Medical Discovery, for Uonsi:iii:)t!('n in all its earlier stages, and for Weak Lunt's, Asthma, Severn Coujrhs, and all Hronchial, Throat, and Lunjr affections. Not a few who read what Mr. Robert Hon Is, of Ho'landr. Va., has to say below. remember their own exper ience under like circumstances: "Last winter I had !a irrippe wcich left me in a lorf stn?e of htaltf). I tried numerous remedies, tiono of which did me any ...,..1 uniil T vi- i j iniliir-iwl to t r 17 !i irt 1 1 of Chamberiain'sCough Jlcmedy. The first, bottle of it so far relieved me that I was enabled to attend to iny work. and t he second bottle effected a cure For s'dle at '2 aud "i0 cents per bottle by all druggists. Mexican Central Railway Is the only standard traug-e line be tween the United fatates border and Mexico City. Mexico is Known as an ail the year round tourist resort for pleasure travel Health resorts and mineral spring's ad apted to all thfi various ills to which human llesn is heir are found in the srreat country. Climate unsurpassed. For full particular address. J. F. DONOHOE. Oom'l. Ag-ent. El Pa.o, Texas. Many merchants are well aware that their customers are thrir best friends and take pleasure io supplying them with the best goods obtainable. As an instance, we mention Perry fc Came ron, prominent ilru-jyrists of Flushing-, Michigan. They say: "We have no hesitation iu recommending- Chamber lain's Coug-h Kemedy to our customers, as it is the best cough medicine we have ever sold and always gives satisfaction. " For sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by all druegists. Via Santa Fe Route. Round trip rates to Las Vegas Hot springs at all times, as well as to the seaside resorts on the Pacific coast. Full information cheerfully furnished upon application to. E. Copland, General Agent Pure Hygeia Ice. Made frcm distilled water. Ask your family physician or druggist as to purity and healthfulness of our ice; tel ephone 14. El. Paso Ice & Refrigerator Co Notice to all Travelers. Travelers Insurance Tickets have again placed on sale at the Southern Pacific city and depot ticket office. T. E. HtnsfT. Com ! A pent. .-. v-. '. . . i. vi- .. .. '-.. --if .. ll21 es "" boh y We give a valuable book frt-e tj every business man who will pay the mere cost of mailing. The b cok is "Selections frim Uood Advsrttslng," by Charles Aus tin B:ites, it conTains lim large nages aid its price is 50 cents. It was published in order to give bus ness men a sample of what is contained in Mr Bates' great T K page v- limn. "Uoo i Aavt-rtlsing' (price .-,,00. Eu'.'h copy of "Sjt.'lections" contains a coupon good for 5" cents on the purchase price of ""Uood Advertising." The cou pon and s4..") i will b iy the s no book. We give you a copy o "Selections" Absolutely Free If you will send i'i iM-nti: to pay t lie cost of mailinjr. We want every business man in the world to hav; a copy, Ve are willing to lose money on it, bacause we believe nine out of ten of 'hose who get it will want and buy the complete 7'-puge volume The offer Is io lnislije-s men only; fcll others will have to pay full price, "selections" contains twelve chaut ers i'.nd 10' pages. "Goo1 Advertising" co" tains icki pages, divided into 170 chapters i reat ing of every phase of t lie adver tising que-lioii. It tells howmuch to spen 1; where to spn 1 it; how to display your ads: how to wr te them: how to make them pay: how to illustrate them: how to save money ou t lit-in. It covers every point in e very-da y advertising in everv line of business, it tells all about tyie and printing, It gives food, practical aid for practical men. It is written and compiled by Charles Austin Bates, the leading ant hority on ad ver ising, Mr Bates is the most successful advertising man in America today. In three short years, during a perioi of business depres sion, lie his built up t he greatest business in his line in the world, Helsa"sue cialist in ad vert inng " He makes plans, gives ad vice, writes and illustrates ad vertising. Some of th largest ad vert isers in the world are his clients, A single one them lias pai-i him over -s.o:m this year for writing the right sort of adver tising mat t.er. Th'us inds of ad vert isers. big and I i ct le, have bet-n benetited by his knowledge and experience, and have told him their trials and tribulations; their successes and failures. They have told him what paid and what did not. Mr Bites has been all his life in acquiring the knowledge of absolute busi ness facts 1 hat he has put into t h Is bi book. We have bound together in itsTon pages knowledge, the proper use of which brings ' r Bates his net iucon e of over .),0 io a ye ir, All of this is yours for ss.oj, or for $4,30, if yoa sen your 10 cents to pay for mailing a cory of "selections." .. .. ii iij? -. ..e. "flnnd AflvArfiVmo is the only hook nf its kind. There Is nothing eiso like it. We have sold over .'(000 cojiies since February 1st, 1-aiti, every copy with the understanding that it could be retu-ned if unsatisfactory, and not a single book has come buck, LjOn thecontrary, we have received nearly 1000 Testimonials from business men who have found th bonk of valun an1 benefit to them. It has been caciorseU by uh eminent, brainy a ad successful men as: .. . ROBERT C. Managing Partner, firm of John Wiinumiiker, GEO. P. ROWELL, Publisher American Newspaper Directory advertising agent in America. -.. .. ii . .!. "- .. MANLY M. for many years .lohn Wanamake shrewdness in advertising matu DR. R. V. President. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N, Y whose annual -.x penditure for advertising is not hssthan half a million dollars, and who has made a fortune of several millions b successfully advertising good medicines, VVM. DEAN HOWELLS fo'intl "floxl Advert Ni -g" of su (Ticient in t y u whole page of Harper's Weekly, CHARLES the wor'd farno ;s editor of the New Vnk intelligent. ;nl isers ho buy this boo! One man savsthe hn-jk has b-en wortli ?l.(XKi to him: another that it is worth s.5 mi :i page: another tint lei iv nnln't. tike .",0 for it; auothjr that its worth -Nioo I to tiie tlrui whose alvert.sing he manages, t w -.. '.85 -.. -.. -..' -.. '.t -.. .. '.(f iT7fT"?"TT?TTTT?T??? Keiiieinhi-r that !it pages or selections from this great, book nr ay be had, neatly 'omul in paper co rs. Absolutely IVc-e, by business men who will send a s.lver il .me, or In cents in n'anips to r"pay for mai.ing it. Anyone not in business for hirr.s If will have to p .y fill pile---.in cents. ins otter is for a I untie ! t tttie onlv. letter re; M us afttr all tiie "Seleciions" lolmes PuWisliing Co., 1 - ii it 13 Beekman Street, New York. J''iJi.'iiiLii Jtt i'i. i'ii ii it '; ii '-i w Tourist Sleeping; Car Service. The Southern Pacific have inaugu rated through Pullman Tourist sleep ing car service as follows: Between Washington, D. C. and San Francisco, via Piedmont Air linr, passing El Paso east Mondays and west Tuesdays. Between Sin Francisco and Cincin nati, Oh o, via Queen & Crescent pass ing El Paso east Sundays and west Monda s. Between San Francisco and Chicago via Illinois Centra', passing El Paso east Fridays, west S ;turdays. In addition to this special tourist cars for San Francisco leave El Paso on Friuavs and Sundays. The ears are operated by the Pull man company on same pian as first class sleeper's, and like first class sleepers are furnished complete with mattresses. -curtain, blankets, pillows. sheets and pillow slip?, new upholster ed seats (oane) b-.ing put in ana Clean ', Ol tier improvements made. sheets and nii low cases are put on every night. Berths in these cars are available to through or local passen gers holding first or second class or excursion tickets. Each car is in charce of uniformed porters to make mi berths and keen the car clean. For rates and further information call on H R. Turner, T. C Hunt, Ticket Clerk, Commercial Agent, Corner San Antonio and Oregon streets, El Paso, Texas. For a pain in the chest a piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound on over the seat of the pain, and another on the back between the shoulders, will afford prompt relief. This is especially val uable in cases where the pain is caused by a cold and there is a tendency toward pneumonia. For sale by all druggists. Strong Again ! New Life, New Streng th, New Vigor. THE ANAPHRODISTIC ! From PROF. Oil. KIOORDof Paris Is theonly rwinpftv frtr rpst.nrlnir stremrth under KUJiran- tee. and will bring back your lost powers and stop for ever the dangerous arains on your system. Thev act quickly, create a healthy digestion, pure, rich blood, firm muscles, rug- ea strength, steaay nerves u near urnm. muortea direct irom fans -nee per io.v directions inclosed, 52.50. For sale by all re spectable druggists. Mail orders from any person shall receive prompt attention ur, V. Cundorv. Act. and Manaeer for U. 8 A.. 460 Quincy Blbg., Chicago, III. For sale only by Fred sonaeier. h,i r-aso rexas. it Complete iiaBbood asd to Attain How It.' A Wonderful Kew Medical Book.writ ten for Men Only. One copy may be had free on application. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO. N.V. ... ..-. vr. t. .. .'. vi .liife jjiji ..' -4s -its '4 -.. '!. '.. tf . ' 7; ii . -. 'is ii - -! .. -.? ii 4?i m . ii - ' - 9f -.. -. - i'i -- ii HHr ii 0GDEA, and Printers Ink, and the best known GILLAM, i'i . i'i . ii -.. i - i'i - m i- i'i . i'i -. i'i -. ii - .4. m r's Mo. Htm advertising manager, whoso wisdom rs is known in every state in the union. and PIERCE, - ' rest to s Ive It a notii-3, occupy ing near- A. DANA, : Sun, says: "There should be profit to all 1 1 is beinz wid.'l v elt.i.rtUir' Itvnnr arogon?, we will return tho miey. i'i ' . 'v vv. . viv. .. vti .1. ODD VEHICLES. Cbicagoans Who Get .About Strang-e Fashion. In Holler Skates, Motor Cycles, Horaeleaa Carrlagex, Males aud Oxen Employed as Locomo tives. la these days, when men who would be at the top notch of style perch themselves away above their fellows and ride in dizzy carts., when women who adopt cqucKt riauicsm ride astride :uil the common herd that must trust to the street car rides astrap, eccentric modes of travel attract scarcely more than a p;issinir glance. One day, however, when a farmer and his wife ambled down AVashing'ton boulevard behind a- muie ami an ox every one was interested. Faces peered from windows and doors and people on tiie street turnexi round and stared ir oH'n-moutln'd amazement. But the: old-fashioned couple paid no heed to the attention they were attracting. Th mail, a rel-fa-ed. sturdy veoman. stared straight ahead and flicked his long- trad on the ox's flank, while his wife sat huddled up by his side scrutinizing' the uesifjn on the lap-robe. Even when bir. cood-natured fellow on the curb raised a general laujrh b- remnrkimr: "t thou-lit we. were shakinir horses," the. couple paid no heed. They eithei would not or did not notice ;iny incon arrnity about their team, and went about their husineeas like business -o- ple. Thcfie people were from the country. but there are people, who live in the citv who adopt modes of frett insr alout lhat are equally as novel as a mule and an ox lu.oked toircther. Every nirht and mornitifr residents alonfr Ofrden av ctiue see a man ridinjr by on a hope t.ri cycle of a most primitive pattern. Tin machine is built on much the same plan as that ridden by little eirls. Cut instead of lieinir constructed of steel it is of woocl. The two rear wheels arc cumbrous, wooden affairs evidently ordinary buirpr.v wheels and the front one looks as thoutrh it had once done time on a country wheelbarrow-. The rider Is n. thrif ty-lookinir man. Avit h iiti intelligent face, and his carb is that of n mechanic or laborer of some sort. I'nder Vlie seat of the machine dangles a lunch basket. Ever since the fail term of the Art institute opened students coming- away from the afternoon classes have been interested in a not her peculiar met hod of fretting- home after the day's work is done. Rain or shine, except when the mud is too deep or of late when the snow has lx-en. on the ground, at the hour when the afternoon classes are dismiss-ed for tho day this man is to be found on the curbing- in front of the institute buckling on a pair of roller skates. Then h v. ill .start down Mich igan avenue at. a merry g-ait. Tie is several notches p.est the prime of life and wears a long black beard, slig-htly t ing-ed with gray, which adds to the odd ity of his appearance. T?ut. he makes much better time than the people on foot and pays no attention to the jibes l.hatt are flung- at him as he plung-es along, li's beard trailing over his shoul der till hi.s head looks like a liobtail comet. Sometimes he has an even ing- paper with him and peruses the headlines and cartoons as he skates along". A motor carriage with a party of three or four in it, is not an uncommon sigMit on Michigan avenue. This is a vrry elaborate, affair, with pneumatic tires, highly polished and painted wood work and gorreons robes, but its speed is not. such as to put to shame either the homemade tricycle, or the man on the skates. In Lake View in the vicinity of Ilal- sted street and JJiversey avenue is the stampinc"-grounl of a man w ho lias evi dently invented a bicycle which will run without any exercise on the. part of (lie owner other than that, of steering. The machine resembles on ordinary bi cycle except that the wheels seem to be slightly smaller in diameter, while the tires are hirsrer than those in or dinary use. At. the point, where the pedals come, in the common wheel is a compartment, aliout n ffot. square anl about half that in thickness. This evidently furnishes the motive jmiwit. and alongside it are fitted rests for the feet. The speed of the machine is equal to that of the cyolisf who has not become a fiend on scorching-, though how long it can be made to run is a matter for speculation. Chicago Xews. Tho "Kars" of rnsects. The naturalists have not as yet been ible to answer the burning- question: "Can bees hear?" but their researches nloiig that line have resulted in many queer discoveries. Simply because a bee has no ears tin the sides of his head it is 110 sign whatever that he is w holly without some sort of an auditory nerve. This last assertion is proved by the fact. Phat grasshoppers, crickets, lo custs and flies all have their ears situ ated in queer places under the wines. on the middle of the ImmIv and even on (he sides, of their legs. The common house fly l(H's his .hearing by menus of some little, row h of corpuscles, which tin situated on the knobbed t h rends w hich occupy the place which tire taken up by the hind wings of other specic or insects. 1 he garden slusr or shel- ess snail has his organs of hearing situated 011 each side of his neck, and the common grasshoper has them on each of his broad, flat thighs. In some of the smaller insects they are sit the ta.ses of the wings, and in others on the bottom of the feet, St, i.ouis Ke- publie. Weighing 1,1 ve Fish. A visitor at the aquarium who had wondered how they manag-ed to get the weurlit ot a live h..li accurately learned that that was really a very simple t h i 11 if to Ii. The fish is put into a nail of water, which is weighed with the lish In it. Then the fish Is taken out d the pail and water tire weighed without it. X. V. Sun. Ill catarrhal iiillammj,i.ioci, io chronic displacements common to women, where there are symptoms of backache. dizziness or fuintiDg, bearing- down sensations, disordered stomach, moodi ness, fatigue, etc, the trouble is surely dispelled and the sufferer brought back to health and good spirits by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It's the only medicine for women's peculiar ailments devised by a regular ly graduated physician an experienced expert in this special field of practice, and sold throujrh druggists. Its 6ales exceed the combined sales of all other SLEEPS STANDING LT. A. Oalifornian Who Leads a Strange Existence. Mis Itecl Is a Long liox Stood on Knd in Which lie Slumbers In n Perpen dicular 1'osition with Cireat Comfort. Jake U ojrers says that he is the only man in the world who sleeps standing- tip. And most likely he i right about it. althoug-h there are many men liv ing- who claim ti have done it. under compulsion durii.g t he last war. Jake also -says that the reason he is so healthy is because, he sleeps the way he does. Most people, however, would prefer a littie less health and a little more comfort. The place where. Jake has his homo is not a very well-opuIated one. It is in Mendocino county, only a few miles northeast of Los Kobles. and the nearest neig-hbor is some distance from iiis place. Hut then Jake doesn't want neighbors, so that feature is really an inducement to him. In fact, Jake says that the reason he took up his present abode was to pet rid of neig-hbors. He is not. of a very g'ood disposition and an effort to g-et him to talk about any thing but himself will surely result in failure. It is safe, to say that Jake's house is the. only one of its kind in the world. It is built to sleep standing- up in. and it would lie impossible for a person to sleep in it any other way unless one curled up like a bear. Jake built the house himself out of boards and logs that he picked up in different parts of the country. It is a queer-looking- af fair, having- greatly the appearance of a chimney with a roof on it. But the shanty is a strong- one and keeps out the wet. and that is all that is required. Even the latter is not required the greater part of the year in that section. There is only one loor to the house and no windows. While the. outside of the house may look queer, the inside looks queerer. There is only one piece of f urn it 11 re and that is what Jake callt his bed. It real ly look.s more like a coffin standing-011 end. for it is a sort of box tilted back only a few inches from the perpendic ular. It is nailed at the Ixittom ami also at the top. so that, it is immovable. The inside of it is lined with straw, covered w ith cloth, to give a little com fort in cold wcatlier, Jake sn vs. When Jake wants to sleep all he does to lie back in his box and close his eves. lie says it doesn t take him long to forget- his troubles. In the next breath he will tell you he has 1.0 troubles since he took to sleeping stand- tig- up. Jak does no cooking in his hou.se. imply because there is no room. His culinary department is located under tree a short distance away. His food consists of anything he can gvt by beg-ging, borrowing-or finding-. Hut he doesn't, do much borrowiner since the neig-hbors have grown to know him. "The way I sleep is the only right way for anvliodv to sleep, said .lake. ind the sooner people come to their senses and do as 1 lo the sooner dis- ise will be stamped out of the world. The noblest animal of all is the horse. ind he sleeps standing up. How did come to find out that it was the right way.' Oh. that is easy enough to an swer. Von see. I was sick as a boy. "way sack in Massichusetts about 70 years ago and no-thing- I did done me no sort of good. There always was soniethimr he matter and as soon as I laid down n bed my head iK'g-an to ache. Hut do you know I stood that for nigti unto ilf a century before I pot any sense nto me? And then I was out. in Cali fornia digging jrold. "One night, my head ached so bad I ouldn't stay in bed and I had to stand against the wall to get relief. With out knowinir it. T fell asleep and when woke tip I felt like a new man. T made up my mind to sleep that way all the time, but had trouble to find a place to do it. that is the reason I moved cut to this place. It s over 15 years ago and I have never had a sign of the old trouble and I'm convinced that leeping- in bed is the cause of nil the pain and disease 111 the world. Sleep binding tip and you will be a new- man 111 a short time. rite strange thing- about Jake's the ory is that lie admits Jie docsn t rest when he slees standing up. He has to do that under the; trees the next lay. ITe says that has nothing to do with t.his idea, though, for most peo- do too much work, anvhow. San "rancisco Chronicle, Fake Letter Writers. Now wo will have the fake, letter- writ ers, remarket! one of the speeial otlieers in the post offiee recently. "It's the same old story every year. As soon as eohl weather sets in thev comedown ere in 1 roves. The corridors arc always nice and warm, you know, and it s bet ter Minn louiig-iiifr about the streets or holding- down benches in the square. Do you see that .fellow over there? lie's bt en in here six Times to-dav. and each isit has averaced at least half an hour. II frets a sheet of paper, heaven knows where, plants himself at one of the lesks or in a window sill, and writes letters to himself. Chase them out .' what's the use? Poor devils! They have troubles enough alreniiv." Phil adelphia Kecord. The -Kote of the Waves." It i a favorite theory with the tlsh- nir ami sciitannsr people on the north- ist of Scotland that iu a storm throe aves are st roni and violent. v h lie t ho fourth is comparatively weak and les ; la ntr-'rous. This succession thev call "rote of waves." Fishermen return- inir trom their tisiiin"- trrounil often irovc by experience the truth of their t'hoorv. and iMnq- baek 11s thev come near the shore to take advantocc of he lull that follows, th.-y say. pretty rcfrnlarly after three liijr breakers. Detroit Kree Press. Texas & Pacific. You have your choice of routes, via the "El Paso Route," via New Orleans, Shreveport,'Memphis, St. Louis or Chi cago. Train leaves El Paso at 4:15 m. For further information call on or address: E. S. Stevens, B. F. Darbyshire. Depot Agent. General Agent. Biank leases for houses or storerooms, best form. For sale at Herald job Vv C ' t I Tiie Most Kansas City, St. Louis, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia Denver, Omaha, St. Paul, And all Northern Tb.i?cmgli Trains, Fast Time, Smooth Track, Elegant Pullman Palace Sleepers on all through trains. Daily Tourist Sleeping cars to Denver, Kansas City and Chicago. Touris, sleeping cars semi-weekly to St. Paul, Minn eapolis and once each week to St. Louis and Boston. All trains not having dining' cars stop for meals at the famous Santa Ve Route, Harvey Houses. Full information cheerfully furnished upon application to A. W. REEVES, E. COPLAND, City Ticket Agent. General Agent. Office, Fargo Building, Corner El Paso and San Antonio Streets. W. B. TRULL, Agent at Depot. (hi SUNSET q ROUTE IZZj Daily Through Trains to NEW OELEAN8, The Best Line to NEW Y0KK, PHILADEL PHIA, WASHINGTON and Eastern Points. Pullman Buffet and Tourist Sleepers. For Tickets, Time Tables Uall on or Address: T. K. HUNT, Com'l Agrent, L. J. PARKS, A El Paso. Texas. To MEXICAN Popular Winter Resort Pullman and Free RecliiDU Chair Gars in Service. Address the undersigned for full and reliable information: J. F. Donohoe. Com'l Agent, EI Paso. COLUMBIAN PRIZE WINNERS; CONOVER PIANOS CHICAGO COTTAGSs ORGASMS WERE GIVEN Highest Awards At the World's Exposition for excellent manufacture, quality, uniformity and volume of tone, elasticity of touch, artistic cases. materials and workman ship of highest grade. CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION PRCS. CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN CO. CHICAGO. ILL. LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF FflKOS AND ORSANS 1H THE WQRID, Purest Drugs. Latest News A. K. ALBERS & CO.. BRONSOS BLOCK. HEADACHE ELIXIK Cures an. headache. Try it. PISRVE Weak .VtMiu.rv. I.. gold to El Pa&r 'ly 1'u.Uce Uruf Direct XjXXXQ TO Boston, and Eastern Points K w. TE! Through Line Between HAST and "WEST and FuU Information, G. P. & T. A. Houston, Texas. C. W. BEIN, T. M. Houston. Tx CENETAL EY. Mexico Assm. 1 EL PASO ROUTE. Texas and Pacific' The Great Popular Route Between The EAST and WEST Short Line to New Orleans, Kansas Citv, St. Louis, New York and Washington, i-avorite Line to the North, East and Southeast Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars and Solid Trains from El Paso to Dal-a las, Fort Worth, New Orleans, Memphis and St. Louis. AMD Sure Connections ar- See that your tickets read via he Texas and Pacific Railway. For maps, time-tables, tickets, ratei and all required information, -call on or address any of the ticket agents or B. F. DARBYSKIRE, General Aerent, El Piiso. GASTON MESLIER, General Passen ger and Ticket Afrent. L. S.THORNE, Third Vice-President ri Gereral Superintendent. Foster and Mitchell, Attorneys and Counselors. Will practice in all courts of Texas sni New Mexico. SEEDS ThlP Fa mo Tin fEcnicciv qalc il. .... t..r'r Umuj-kio U'n!i..tiilriiu r.O.i'P no rri mu.'li. 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