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Wednesday, Feb. 19, 1913 11
nil Two Hundred Patients In Three Months No Sreater Record Has Ever Been Made in Any City L PASO HEBAIJD flnttl3HL There Is a Reason , The public has realized that Dr. Milam k reliable and responsible. He is curing his patients and the next three months will bring him many times the above number of patients. His office is being filled wkh the best people of this city, and from surrounding towns of Arizona, New Mexico, Old Mexico and Texas. IS IT A PLEASURE TO LIVE? This is a plain, pointed question and can be answered in a few words. If a wan or woman's nervous system is all run down, if he suffers from any chronic disease or from any private trouble that has baffled the family doctor, it k impossible to be pleasant, contented and happy, whether he has a nice home, children or helpmate, or whether he be alone. All must be well to enjoy life. Did you ever stop to think that your reverses failure in business, failure in position, failure to secure the coveted ideals you started out to secure coulfl have been due to your ill health? Many good men -have gone to the wall because they were physically incapacitated for business by virtue of some chronic condition and if asked the cause will invariably attempt to ascribe some other reason but the right one. Many aJappy home has been and k being wrecked today right here by overworked men and women who should have been cured months and years ago. Young MAN, when you iook back over your life of the past and compare your condkioa to that of today, with that loss of energy, loss of memory, half or completely shattered nervous system and the other long train "of bad feelings you possess and think of how buoyant and full of life you were, how you looked forward to meet the battle of life with the thought of that beautiful young lady as your hejp-mate-to-be, how sad it must be for you. It k not too late to make amends, and yet be somebody. Resolve even novq TxilL It does not matter who has attempted to treat you or who has failed to restore you, come and have a quieLtalk and let me show you the way. If after examination, I see that you cannot be cured, I will candidly advise you. CONSULTATION FREE. Others have been led to a bright, happy and successful life, why should you not? I treat all chronic and private diseases. Do not wait -to see some testimony just like you feel. There are only a limited variety of diseases that 'I ever give newspaper testimony. Each case k con sidered sacredly confidential, yet I have the permission from hundreds to refer you to them privately that you may write or talk to them as to their cure. No mail order treatment to any one who has not been to me per sonally for examination. Only quacks of the lower order will take your money that way. Take the mails from them and their business stops right now Uncle Sam has proven that. hide behind no name. No hifed traveling bums calling ihemseltfes Drs. in my office. ' A contract to cure after examination or your money refunded. Reference, any bank, credit association, or business firm in this city. CONSULTATION FREE. Dr. Milam, Coles Over Union Clothing Company Block Going to Norfolk, Va.? Ask us about our party rates, and let us show you that we are 12 hours quicker. VIA Texas Sfe Pacific MnsaBBBsnwBnBKHHacnBKBBi fc 1 1 T 1 WE KNOW HOW And use the best of everything. That's why our Tents and Awnings give satisfaction. Let us figure on your work. El Paso Tent & Awning Company H. J. COLLINS Mgr. 312 S. EI Paso St AR.R.OW COLLARS WITH CLOSE FITTING TOPS WINTON 2J in. ADRIAN 2Jf in. 15c.. 3 for 2Se. CInctt. Pcabody & Co. pJ n fin b J3 3 8 iM 8 Hi 111 111 SkII 1 mil TPK II !'"M,,,,irC:fijjjj:jjjj3jT.i33ig 0Je f SUBURBAN TRAIN ROOM fif ' " 'i5f V Q ri CI IZZ IB tPfTfrf-ic7igV 7 6v . .3.- v. v. vm jj7j .w, . zgrnmr &!) J?r , SUBURBAN TRAIN LOOP X SECTIONAL VIEW OF THE NEW GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL, NEW YORK CITY New rand Central Terminal The Heart of New York City THE interior of the New York Central Lines' new Terminal, just opened in New York City and dedicated to the Public Service is a marvel in size and com pactness, beauty and utility, com fort and convenience a terminal larger than and different from any other in the world: Broad inclined walks take the place of stairs the distance from street to train is a short, easy walk. Standing at the center entrance on 42nd Street you can see The Twentieth Century Limited, across the waiting room and concourse. The movement of the traveler is a progressive one, the ticket windows coming first, the Pull man windows next, the baggage office' third, then your train. There are no steps to retrace, no time lost, passengers proceeding direct from waiting room or con course to train platforms. There are two great concourses, each 300 by 120 feet, one for through passengers and the other for suburban passengers. The tracks on two levels within the terminal aggregate 33 miles. Forty-nine acres are devoted to through traffic and thirty acres to suburban traffic. Thirty 'thousand people may be comfortably accommodated in this terminal at one time. Over twenty million will use it in a year, indeed it is planned to accommodate a hun dred million people annually. All trains entering and depart ing from the Terminal are drawn by electric motors no smoke, no noise, no dust, no soot. Train platforms are broad, and level with car floors; no steps to climb, or descend. For the comfort and needs of women, there are private rest rooms and waiting rooms with maids in attendance, toilet rooms, manicure' and hair dressing rooms, and shops all within the terminal. Surrounding the Terminal is building a new civic center, em bracing convention, amusement and exhibition halls, hotels, clubs, and restaurants, post office, express offices, modern office and apart ment buildings and numerous stores and specialty shops. The new Grand Central Termi nal is located in the heart of New York, and is the only station on all lines of local traffic the subway, the surface and the elevated. More than 7,000 cars pass its doors every day, affording easy transit facilities to the furthermost part of New York City and suburbs. Wffchin a radius of a few blocks are 49 hotels, 58 clubs and 35 theatres. Plan your next trip East over the Water Jevel Route of the New York Central Lines. Enjoy three hours along the Hudson, and reach the heart of New York through this remarkable Terminal Water Level Route9 ORRIN INTERNATIONAL CURES DRINK HABIT So uniformly successful has OKRDCn been In restoring the victims of tin. "Drink Habit" Into sober and useful citizens, and so strong is our confi dence In its curative powers, that we want to emphasize the fact that OR RDJE is sold under this positive guar antee. If, after a trial, you get no benefit, your money will be refunded. ORRINE costs only $1.00 per box. Ask for Free Booklet Kelly & Pollard Sheldon Hbtelv Advertisement DAY A"ND Hi c-,c th "Dlctophone." Gives vour Boy s sun. r 1147 T P Mnllm Ptm. i DRYI&KOVS BI SIESS COLLEGE Pfccnp I 14. J. r. XV1UUS1, ITW. r. F. Dais, Manager. Phone 14S1. I i MIXERS TO lAID STRIKERS. Peoria, 111., Feb. 26. Illinois state miners in convention here unanimously oted to give the West Virginia miners $900,000 If necessary to the success of the strikers' cause. The sum Includes a levy of $100,000 and the JSW.OOe now in the Illinois miners' treasury. OQNSTIPATION Munyon's Paw Paw Puis are un like all other laxa tives or cathartics. They coax the liver into activity by gentle methods, they do not scour; they do not gripe; they do not weaken; but , they do start all the secretions of toe liver and stomach in a way that soon nuts these oreans in a healthy condition and corrects consti pation. Munyon's Paw-Paw Pills are a tonic to the stomach, liver and. nerves. They invigorate instead of weaken; they en rich the blood instead of impovertsbinc it; they enable the stomach to get all the nourishment from food that is put into it. These pills contain no calomel, no dope they are soothing, healing and stimulat ing. They school the bowels to act with .t physic. Price 25 cents. If you are nervous, can't sleep and are Teak and run down and need a wine stimulant roe Munyon's Paw-Paw Tonic. Tor sale at all Dra Stereo Railroad News Of the Southwest i i 1 UK EHEG9S & Wednesday was pay day on the T. laStlf? Carrma". t the G. It, ls layingCoftan M"ler- f the G' H- ls 13 tay!U3 swUchnan the G. H, Conductor Thompson, of the T ftp is laying off. ' - glE.rVtne'U. lT PS,Un M en" , E. M- Clarke, switchman for the r H.. has reported for duty. ' Joe Snellue, yard master at "Valentine for the G. II.. Is in El Paso. r"enllne T. S. Keen, formerly a brakeman at Henderson. Ky., is in El Paso. Pi J.Murphy- switchman for the G H in El Paso, has resigned. C. W. Judah, formerly a brakeman at Los Angeles, Is In El Paso. n Barconl Price, depot clerk for the G H. at Valentine, is In El Paso Curly Parrish ls firing engine 39 e on the T. & p. for a few days. "Babe"' Gooch. switchman for the Santa Fe. has reported for duty Willie Stewart, switchman for the Santa Fe, has reported for duty. A. Bruner "has a position as switch man for the Santa Fe In Bl Paso.' C. B. Hunter has a position as 'fire man on the G. H.. out of El Paso. Brakeman Savage, on the a P.. has reported for duty after a short layoff. W. P. Kelley, extra fireman on" the T. & P., Is on enelne 373 for a Vew UBJB. C. E. Jackson, brakeman on the S.VP. is iciyiiiK uii, unu .ttr. rtauey is in 1?l.atan T2a.a. .v.. 41.a 111 P v Living off. and John Deronso Is In hisl I D. R Fearce. night round house fore ?an for the c. H. at Valentine, was In 1 Paso Tuesday on his way to Cali fornia. f . Williams, formerly an engineer i?.rthe Chino Copper company, is In i Paacf ,- ' L; cGlnty. conductor on the N'e- JJor"rn, is spending a few dys in El Paso. - H- Padgett, formerly a brakeman ? Jihi a S. L. K- R- at Salt Lake, in El Paso. John Ermson. acting foreman of the oanta Fe car department In Bl Paso, is laying oft sj-. Bi. May ens'" foreman for the C F' has reported for duty after a short layoff. fJY Hv.Foote' fireman on the east end 5 he E. P. A s. W has moved to 594 strella street. tC' J- Kedwine. fireman on the T. & datlFE,it1580Drth' ,S spend,n a pPleiA1eD swchman for the Santa ? ,s 1,ayln 'f- and B. M. Healey is filling his vacancy. .rhi?- Scan,in hs a position as ma Jh'n'8t helper in the E. P. & S. W. shops in El Paso. to SI' Web?r- brakeman on the S. P is lajlng off and brakeman Hansen is lining the vacancy. T?,?,iLouc?'enBl,,eer in the Santa H,t y ,n KL Paso- has reported for duty after a short layoff tp iUie d-lr' nK,ne foreman for the . , S. . vt ., has changed from the 8 oclock engine to the 7 oclocfc HLef- switchman on the E. P. & T,..w;r1.niBB fff' and switchman Lucking is filling ttfe vacancy. tt JL- Hi?IUby.'. "w'tchman for the G. H.. who had his knee Injured several davs ago. Is out on the streets. TH"k7wIrJBt' "reman on the T. & " 7.. . been l!r,IK passenger sev eral trips, is now firing freights. J. O. Crow, fireman on the T & P Is Lav!nK ?f- and "reman A P. Moore isJflll,n,K nis vacanev on engine 368. The G H. worked an extr.i varl cn- giru Tuesilav haniUlntr sfiMi. r' p.min. I mint J r Vrmtron-.' Wi in In n-. ' Mrs. Brtwing1, daushtrr 'l Tim Mo- ran, herder for the T. & P., who has been very sick, Ss reported to be im proving. . Brakeman Rouse, of the S. P.. at Tucson, has transferred to the extra board at El Paso, and will make this his headquarters. C F. Doyle, brakeman or the S. P.. is laying off and hM gone to Wilkes barre. Pa on account of the serious illness of his sister. Ed Williams, formerly a brakeman and extra conductor on the S. P.. has resigned and has a similar position with the E. P. S. W on the west end. A. a Whittler. switchman fpr the G. H in El Paso. Is in Hotel Dleu suffering with injuries by falling from a car. It Is renorted he is doing very G W. Harris, switch eagtoeor In the Santa Fe yard in El Paso, has returned from Aroarlllo. accompanied by his J. O. Crow, wife of a T. & P. fireman, returned Tuesday from Big Springs, where she has been visiting for several days. Mrs. Foster, wife of a G. H. brake man, who has been sick several days. has recovered and resumed her duties at the ..Brown News lunch counter Tuesdav- morning. A. G Whlttington. superintendent of the Rio Grande division of the T. A P., who has been in EI Paso a short time, went east Tuesday night in private car No. 600. oa extra J76- Switchman Johnson, of the E. P. & S. W- has reported for duty, and L. C. Burke who has been in his place, is back on the extra hoard. John Spencer, formerly a passenger conductor on the E. P. S. W., Is In receipt of a message from his daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Converse, from Mexico City, stating that she and her husband were in Hotel Porter, one- of the places bombarded during the recent battle. but escaped injury, and would arrive in Kl Paso soon to pay them a visit Mr. Spencer lives at Srtl East Missouri stref L TDIaAROSA WAXTS THBvHIGH IX NORTH PART OF COtXTT. Tularosa. N. M-, Feb. 36. The north ern part of Otero county is making an effort to get the county high school located at Tularosa or at some other place In the county than Alamogordo. Cloudcroft Is working with Tularosa and strong pressure is being brought to bear to have the high school lo cated in the upper part of the county. Just received a carload of roofing paper, guaranteed with a surety boni Lander Lumber Co. Convincing Testimony Given By Many BI Paso People. Experiences told by Bl Paso people Those who have had weak kidneys Who used Doan's Kidney Pills Who found the remedy effective Such statements prova merit. You might doubt an utter stranger You must believe El Paso people. Here's El Paso proof. Verify it. Read. Investigate. Be convinced . You'll find why El Paso folks be lieve In Doan's. 3. W. Woir. 34 Smelter St, El Paso Texas, says: "I had trouble with niv baek for a long time and for two yei-"s I could not straighten or stoop without assistance. As long as I remained in an erect position. I had no difficulty but the least strain on the muscles Ct my back caused me to suffer severel I tried remedies but got no relief unt'ii I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills. They made a complete cure. I have lot nSI? to,-US loan's Kidney Pills or am other kidney medicine since." For sale by all dealers. Price so cents Foster-Milbum Co.. Buffalo StaTes Sle sents toT th T-'nitei Remember the t.ot, t . take no other Advertisement.