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PASO HERALD Real Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages II and 18. Seal Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 11 and 18. HOME WANTED FOE A LITTLE GrIRL Furnisniiigs Needed for Day Nursery El Pasoans Generous. a iim-Ia American trirl. 13 years of age, Is in need of a home, where she can take care of cnnaren or neijj a she is able for her b5oard and clothes. Here Is an opportunity to cneer anu encourage a young me, wmcu uuiua but little brightness. Telephone 3363 ir you Know 01 a uuu home for her. The Sunshine Bay Nursery, located at 408 South Ochoa street, needs sneeis and pillow cases. Some of the furniture which you El Pasoans may have stored away might do a good work if it is passed along. titt-c t a McNarv. the chairman i the board of managers for the nursery, will send for anything which El Paso ans may have to donate. rsoTiArmiK resnonses were received by Sunshine society for gifts for the poor t?i Tiocn .TiiirtT-n and fruit for the county pensioners. Many lives were cheered on Christmas day in conse . r,, nri the Sunshine society be- kovdc nn npnnlo exist more kindly ana rrarm TiPT-tpri than the residents of El Paso, a suggestion, only an appeal oi a few printed lines, being an mat x nnnacrv tr hr?njr forth evidence oi. the desire to help lift the burdens of others less fortunate, to cneer aim eu- r-niiracre and sustain. ciTTichino RooiPtv thanks the many iwho have helped its efforts for good in this community. RECOUNT OF VOTES MAKES ELDER MAYOR Albuquerque Mayor Asked Eeeount and Loses .f lace By One Vote. Albuquerque, N. M., Bee 30. As a result of the recount or xne vows. u the city election of last spring, aswu by mayor Felix Lester, Br. John W. Elder becomes the mayor of Albuquer que. The vote was recounted in the dis trict court and each candidate received three Votes more than the ' original :ount gave them, and at the same time rave the mayoralty to Dr. i.iaer d ne vote, xne oniciai couut 6i,cs " ler 1022 and Lester 1021 votes.. Dr. Elder will take office as soon as le returns have been canvassed ana a 5peclal meeting of the council caiiea. Mayor Lester said he wouia can a meeting of the council at once and turn over the government or tne citj ro ur. jiiiaer. Two B ussn rallBlliSi w m m ST mfk m mt m r ifteen Thousa nd Treatments Is the record for 1910 at the Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary, Dr. Ira W. Collins, Physician in Chief. We have paid out for help, advertising and other expenses Ten Thousand Dollars. We brought fifteen hundred people as patients from other cities and states who spent not less than one hundred and fifty thousand dollars for expenses here. How is that for a record for a business you did your best to kill, but your lies didn't count? Six blind people that were pronounced hopeless by the'entire medical association when they met here in El Paso, besides all kinds of eye troubles, have been helped and cured, if they took long enough. Every kind of rheumatism, lung and throat troubles. A man here in El Paso whose wife was supposed by medical guessers to be dying with tuberculosis, said as he paid his bill the other day: "That is the freest bill I ever paid. She looks like a girl again." . And there are a lot more like her. APPENDICITIS Some of the worst cases say they would never know they had an appendix now. In fact, you cannot die with appendicitis without taking heavy physics, lnese managers ot the Overland Magazine who were told by leading butchers in order to scare tnem into an operation tnat tney couia not nve zt nours, shm, we cureu are uuw wen evcx m wicu uvea. jljzi$, is,jusijjh& Some were told they would die any minute that are now well and strong, when we cured up their indigestion. Why don't they try cutting their heart out like they do the appen dix? A tmendix operators are the most cruel frauds on earth. It opens into the largest part of the intestines and can empty itself and cure iself if you eat fluid food and let it "ORBEOK" MAN" HAS BIG LOT OF G-EMS Hands the Inspector 7000 "Worth of Diamonds and Ships ML0Q0 by Express. locales. ATlz.r Tecr-St. VitbTTfoOO worth of set diamonds in his vest poclc- et. X.ois de Windt, a passenger on tpe- West Coast Flyer, en route from rlor reon, Mexico, to Brissels, eleium, was detained for several hours at tms port. When customs inspector "W. E. Dunn Informed de "Wmdt that he must be searched, de "Windt handed over the en velope in which the gems were carried. Investigation showed that de "Windt has bonded through by express dia monds to the value of at least $21,000. At a hearing of the case, collector O'Keefe returned the stones to de Windt upon his paying the duty upon them, and he has proceeded on his jour-uey. J. J. A ...- ...... . -i 1 nil 1 1 11 J it alone Then have an Osteonath free the nerve and put ffood circulating blood around it ana you are well again. xninK 01 tne ones you nave Known tnat are m tneir graves now because of operations, and the rest of them invalids for life. Too late for them to repent, but not for you. FITS We have had all kinds, some out of asylums and some from the Texas colony. All that have taken long enough have been entirely restored or helped. One had tried twenty doctors right here in El Paso who took all the money they could get out of his parents and left him worse than ever. He is entirely cured. ASTHMA We have cured them by the score. Loosen the ribs so they can raise and fall and your Asth ma is over. How much poison dope would ever do that. FEMALE TROUBLES Twelve hundred cases. All we did was free the nerves and it drew the parts up to their nor mal position and they could drain themselves and the blood could circulate around the parts and heal them up. TUMORS AEE SHED One patient shed five and a new lining forms. Hot a single operation in any case. The worst cases of ovarian abscess are drained and healed. You don't cut your nose off when you have a bad cold and it stops up, do you? The Osteopath cures all colds by freeing the nerve to the part and the blood circulates and throws the stagnant blood out and your cold is over. LIVER TROUBLES A203 IjSTBIG-ESTION -jre have had some of the worst cases this year we ever had and our success has been the most gratifying. Many had liver cramps that looked like they would die any minute. How they are as well as you are. Several children had spasms with it, they were so bad. In ten years there will be no other way of doctoring. FOR IT IS NA TURE'S WAY. The blood circulation must be restored in the part and it heals it up gain. You can't cure a disease by whipping the tired nerve up with poisons. You simply throw your patient into some worse chronic disease. Dr. Mayo, the great surgeon, was right when he said no intelligent man ought to spend two hours m the study of Materia Medica. for its a DEAD PROFESSION. OUR W03TOERFUL SUCCESS RIG-HT HERE IN EL PASO BY OSTEOPATHY, after they have failed on seventy-five per cent of ' .. .-. - -- -. -. i -ii i p 1 c n 1 i n these cases, proves it a dead profession, and that Osteopathy is here torever. -tf.appy New Year to an ana may you an oe ireea irom tne poisonous aope naoit ana may no avari cious butcher frighten you into an operation is our wish and prayer for the coming year. "In the blood is the life of all flesh," Bible. And you'll never change it. See what our grateful patients say. They speak for themselves: DAILY RECORD. Deeds Filed. East El Paso, corner Findley and Luna streets Frances B. and Chas. A. Taylor to G. A. Macintosh and E. A. Moss, lots 1. 2, 3 and 4, block K, Payne's subdivision; ?350; Dec. 27, 1910. East El Paso, corner Findley and I.una streets H. F. Gaul and Leona Gaul to Frances B. Taylor, lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block K, Payne's subdivision; 700; March 3, 1910. Ei Paso County R. E. Counts and wife to I. Norton, section 1, block 35, public school land; $1264'; Dec 27. 1910. Pierce-Finley addition, River street, between Octavia and Ang-2 streets Frank and Elvina 'Moltenlz to Herman X Heitgen, lots 9 and 10, and east one- half of lot 8, and west one-half of lot 11, block 292; $3100; Dec 29, 1910. Plateau. Texas J. R. Day and Levi Anderson to RobertM7". Shelby, lot 11, block 81. and lot 6, block 81; $80; Sept. 20, 1910. Births. To G. Barez, Mexican, TttSouth El Paso street, boy, Dec 25. 4 Rheumati Tes, we have cured up Mr. De Witt Smith, the well known mining supply" man." His was one of the worst cases of Sciatic Rheumatism we have seen for a lonr time. He is perfectly well now. We cured the president of one of the banks here in El Paso. He was so bad the flesh of his limb drew up in knots. He is as well as you. We cured the foreman of the big R. R. shops here of Rheumatism. We cured twenty cases that had been left rheumatic after typhoid fever. Some expected to die at I any minute. Their limbs were all drawn up to their bodies. Some had gone into consumption. Every one of them are well now and will tell you all aibout it. Come and ask them. By our iruits shall you know us. App eni&His Yes, we have cured up tLi western manager of the Overland Magazine. He was in theCity of Mexico; the doctors wired the Xew York manager XO HOPE. The Xew York manager a year ago ha,d been told -by the leading surgeon of Xew York that he must have an opera tion or in twenty-four hours he would be a fiead one. He went to an Osteopath and was cured. When he received tie word from Mexico City, he started for there determined to bring him lo Dr. Collins, of El Paso, if he lived that long. He was just alive when he arrived here. He is as well as ever in his life now. Xo butchers can cut up men like these. We have handled several hundred cases right here in El Paso. Come and uiK xnem aDout it. Don t let avaricious butcher frighten you an operation. Xever saw the You cure your patients and don't rob them of their money like these others who lie about you. We can give the names of these doc tors who took our money here in town and guaranteed us a cure and nearly killed him with their dope, and called you a fraud and everything else that was mean. Yours respectfully, BEX POWELL. MRS. BEX POWELL, 26H Wyoming street, El Paso Texas. any into need and Eat hen WO- CANCER, CHRONIC DISEASES OR TUBERCULOSIS EVER KNOWN AMONG THE ESKIMOS, WHO USE NO MEDICINES NOR HAVE NO WORD IN THEIR LANGUAGE FOR IT. vl uu operation in anv case never lost a case of Appendicitis, soup and it will heal itself ud- get an osteopath to free the nerve so there is plenty of good blood circulating there and you will never have it again. T.h? .onJy wa yn can die ""! appen dicitis is to take a physic and push the contents of the stomach infn fi fonor intestines and burst them. If you don't I wel affajn TheV Can CUY take anything you will throw ,, , WCU S4"11 iliC fl CUf6 food and get well in spite of yourself. Will give you a thousand dollars if you die without taking a physic. Rockefeller Institute for Cancers Says Irritation and Impoverished Blood Cause all Cancers. Drugs Only Irri tate and Exhaust Nerves ana Blood, and Thus Cause them all. Tubercu losis and Cancer Only Occur in People Who Take Medicine, ana Contradict Jature by porQrjng Symptoms When Nature is Trying xo Throw Off Im purities, They Stop Them, and When Nerves are Tired to the Liver, Lungs, Stomach, Kidneys, They Whip Them Up, Exhaust the Fluid at the Spme, Deadenine and Paralvzinc- the -Nerves and Cause nearly all Kinds of Dis ases, Especially Cancer and Tuber culosis. Twelve hundred cases of Fe male Troubles and Appendi citis were cured here in EI Paso by Osteopathy; every j l kind you can think of. All we did was to straighten the organs up so they could drain themselves. Then we freed the nerves and they forced the blood to circulate and it healed everything up. Feed the parts on good blood and they become strong and Electric Flashlights We are closing them out at less 'than wholesale cost Look at these prices $2.50 values cut to $1.25 $2.00 values cut to $1.00 $1.25 values cut to 75c Standard Electric Co. :07 South Stanton St. Letter From an en rowelL Dr. Ira W. Collins, Physician In Uiiei of Dr. A. T. Still Osteo pathic Infirmary: Dear Sir: Words cannot express liow thankful we are to you for curing our bov, Earl, of Fits. We had taken him to 'twenty different medical doctors and special ists (?) who took our money and guar anteed they would cure him and left him worse than ever, having seven fits a day. While you didn't guarantee to cure him, but referred us to others you had cured, and Jet t'hem speak for them selves. And jiow you have cured him until he is as well as he ever was in his life, after being afflicted so badly for years. We want all parents to know what you can do for their children, and that you are no Fraud like these doctors say you are that lie so much about you. Os- No you ai ur. a. i. ami s teopathic Infirmary. operation in any case. This is where we loosened the nerve in ovarian abcess and cured a bad case of blood poisoning. Read what Mr. and Mrs. Mont gomery say about it: Yes, I brought my wif" to El Paso and placed her under Dr. Ira W. Collins at the Still Osteopathic Infirmary. When the other doctors -had given her up to die with a large ovarian abcess, which they said would kill her with blood poisoning. The abcess left a cavity as large as your double fist. The wont they said they had ever seen. Dr. Collins freed the nerves to the kidney and the temperature went right down. Then he freed the nerves to the ovaries so they could drain themselves and get blood around them and it has healed up that great abcess until my wife says she wishes ever woman could know what Osteopath- can do for them when suffering with various female troubles. "It has saved my life and I think it is the greatest blessing ever discov ered." There are 27 others with female trou ble taking now out of 112 patients and they are all doing well. There is every kind of trouble you can tnink of being treated here, blood poisoning, liver troubles, appendicitis, fits, eye troubles of every kind, lung troubles, throat troubles, rheumatism, and all kinds of asthma, paralysis of ivery kind, all kinds of diseases of lit tle Babies, spasms and indigestion. The people they have cured are all over town and they say they only lose one patient out of a thousand, while the other doctors lose about two hun dred patients out of a "tnousand. " Everybody who takes of them seems smiling and happy and getting better and speak a good word for them. They have been here seven years and they have surely done good work. Just think of the blind people they have cured that nobody else could, and it shows that they can cure anything by getting the blood to circulate. Mrs. Sarah Montgomery. Mr. Elmer Montgomery. We are now on Upson avenue, but our home is in Clifton, Arizona. There are many people taking treatment from Arizona, also Xew Mexico, Old Mexico and Southern Texas. This is where we freed the nerve and cured the hopeless blind lady, Mrs. Smiley: 'I am the lady in the picture whose eye.s -were restored to sight by Dr. Ira W. Col-Collins. I was totally blind and now I can j see to do my work and thread my own neeuies witnout glasses. "I don't see wliy everybody who has any kind of sickness don't go there and get well, for thej' are curing every kind of sickness, pneumonia and typhoid fever. .fciVerytning you can think or, just as they did my eyes when nobody else could." "Mrs. J. E. Smiley. We live at 519 S. Stanton. This is where we set the verte bra and cured lit tle blind Joe Kel ley. Read what his parents say about it. Pro nounced hopeless I by entire Medical Association when they met m El Paso. "We are the parents of little Joseph 'Kelley, the blind boy that Dr. Collins cured by Osteopathy, who is in the pic- who have been restored to sight. "Joseph had been to sixteen special ists here and in California, and they had left him for five years with his lit tle eyes ulcered and blind and suffering all the time. "Until Dr. Ira W. Collins cured him and now he goes to school and reads as well as any child, and does not even use glasses. "Mr. and Mrs. J. Kelley." "We live at 1305 Wyoming street." INVESTIGATION OF THE PA TIENTS OF THE DR. A. T. STILL OSTEOPATHIC INFIRMARY, UNDER DR. IRA W. COLLINS, BY A NOTARY PUBLIC, MEETS WITH TliE FOL LOWING RESULTS rN FAVOR OF DR. ) IRA W. COLLINS. This certifies that I, G. L. Hannan, am a notary public in and for El Paso County, State of Texas, and that I took the statements of the leading people of El Paso who had bees, treated at the Dr. Ae T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary under Dr. Ira W. Collins, for nearly every disease you can think of, and they verified the fact that they were cured, and were enthusiastic in praise of the Osteopathic treatment. G. L. Hannan. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 26th day of October, A. D. 1910. A. S. Thurmond, .Notary Public in and for El Paso County. ASTHMA. I took the state' ments of asthmat ics who had been given up by physi cians, anu they are now well. CATARRH. I took the state ments of catarrhal patients, who had shed the adenoids, and some who had had large mastoid tbscesses, and all were cured. ft FITS. I took the state ments of, those who had had fits, and they are now per fectly well and were loud in praises of the treatment. BLINDNESS. I took the state ment of a lady who had been afflicted with blindness and others who had. been treated for other eje troubles, and who can now see to read and are perfectly well. CONSUMPTION. I took the state ments of consump tives and others formerly afflicted with throat trou bles, and they axe now perfectly weli and had been for years. LUNG FEVER. Several people who had been cured of lung fever by Dr. Collins's treat ment made the statement to me that after being given up to die they had have never had it since irt one instajica the patient had been treated eight years ago without having had a return of th disease. SPINAL MENINGITIS. J took the statement of those who formerly suffered with spinal meningitis, and they were loud in their praises of the treatment. CHILDREN'S DISEASES. I took the statement of mothers whose children were cured of all kinds of children's diseases, and they wera enthusiastic in their praise of the Os teopathic treatment. I took the statement of mothen whose children had suffered with spasms and who could not lift their little heads from their pillows, that ara now strong and well. TUBERCULAR AND SHRIVELED LIMBS. I took the statement of mothers whose children had been cripples for years with -tubercular and shriveled -limbs, who have recovered so completely that they say that, no one could tell which limb it -tras. One young lady assured me that she had been a cripple .been perfectly cured by this treatment, -j for nine years, and would still be so, V.I V v FEMALE DISEASES. I took the state ments of ladies who had suffered with female d i s e ases ; they are now strong and wei, and some of them had con tinued so for years, since taking treat ment. They were all enthusiastic in its praise. Xo oper ations given in any instance. Tumors had been shed by several. DEAFNESS. I took the state ments of the deaf, who can now hear as well as any one else. IIbi n m B r. IRA W. COLLINS. Pfivs Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Paul R. Collins, Consulting le i h j I .V fifti- sys PARALYSIS. I took the state ments of paralytics who can now use their limbs perfect- GALL STONES AND LIVER TROUBLES. I took the state ments of patients who had been cured of liver trou ble and gall stones by Dr. Collins's treatment, after be ing considered past relief by physicians. STOMACH TROU BLES; INDIGES TION. I took the state ment of these who had been suffering witn liver, cramps j and stomach trou- lA bles and indiges tion, who say that they are now able to eat any kind of food and enjoy life. I I I I l! -' 1 BRIGKT'S EASE. DIS- I took the state ments of people who had Bright's Disease in their families, who had been given up by' physicians and aft er treatment by Dr. Collins, were won derfullv cured. RHEUMATISM. ' I took the statements of those who had suffered with several different kinds of rheumatisn., an J thev claim that they are now perfectly well and I from Osteopathy? but for Dr. Collins's treatment. , TYPHOID FEVER. I took the statements of those who had gone through typhoid fever, and all were loud in their praise of the treat ment of Dr. Collins which had cured them. SCARLET FEVER. I took the statement of mothers wha had children cured of this dreaded dis ease by the Osteopathic treatment, and they were enthusiastic in its praise. BLOOD POISONING AND OLD SORES. I took the statement of those who had had blodd poisoning ranging from nail in foot to old sores of several years standing, and it was remarkable how well they recovered after trying all oth er kinds of remedies. NEURALGIA AND HEADACHES. I took the statements of those who had suffered with neuralgia in its worst form for yeargj and all kinds of headache, and they in each instance claimed to be cured. APPENDICITIS AND ABSCESSES. I took the statements of those who ! had been cured of appendicitis, and they were each cured. Xo operation in any instance. Some had abscesses which opened up nnd drained and healed nicely. Think of those you have known who j have been foolish enough to let a sur J geon scare them into an operation. I HMxt o vrv TArtl- oil H rn A v..v. I I I I J.11CJ .lit U1MIM UCJAi UUH. ay should you resort to surgery, which cannot cure as great a percent of dis eases as Osteopathy can, and no danger I bc&aii rarl ITS 0aA aa Efl &- Vv Parker, Dr. .--..... -. . v o, . r, .caa.. Physicians ( Graduates of Dr. A. T. Still's American School of Osteopathy. Kirks- ) ville, Missouri.