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EL PASO HERALD
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Mday,2Lprilll,'1913
ICAMSHKR'S:
CALISUBRS
Z CALISHERS:
CALISHERS!
Genuine "Semens" Drawers 7 to
9 p. m. Extra REI
Special wwS,
No. 60 the best limited pur
chase of 2 pairs. (1st Floor.)
39c
De Bevoiee Brassieres
at
7 to 9 p. m. only Regular 50c
grade a beautiful selection.
(2nd Floor.)
J2.95 Skirts
t
95c
AH day long Serge, Panama and
Mohair, blue, black or fancy styles,
neartly trimmed (Basement.)
$1.00 Lingerie Waist AQf
All day long embroidered panel
and frill fronts, trimmed witl
pretty lace. (Basement Store.)
Ribbons, Ribbons! Oh! What Beautiful Ribbons
Thousands and Thousands of Yards
Rushed here to Calishers, direct from the silk mill in New Jersey bought at 50c on the Dollar, from an embarrassed
manufacturer, with his hands full of strike troubles his loss your gain, and a splendid "ad." for us. The greatest
Sale of Ribbons ever held in El Paso. The greatest values ever offered anywhere! This is what awaits you here
tomorrow, Saturday, at "Calishers." "Every woman who can. will wish to share in this big sale of Beautiful ribbons,
at Half, and Less than Half the usual prices. See the Window display Note the prices and be here early Saturday, for,'
notwithstanding the enormous yardage the particular piece you desire may be among the first sold. Sale Starts promptly
at 8 a. m. First floor, front and east aisles.
15c Ribbons at, yard.: 5c 75c to $1.00 Ribbons at, yard. .- 39c
30c Ribbons at, yard. .' ,. 15c 20c and 25c Ribbons at, yard .- 10c
40c to 50c Ribbons al, yard i5c 35c Ribbons ai, yard '. 19,
65c Ribbons al, yard 29c
Assortments embrace every new and staple coloring, solid shades, Floral, Plaid, Striped., Dresden, Bulgarian and
Novelties of every description, ranging in width from 2 1-2 up to 10 inches again, let us advise you, don't wait
be here when the sale starts, at 8 a. m.
cs is&pa&ssig&Z'mMK 7J?m
Free-7 to 9 P. M.
Delicious Ice Cream demonstrated
and served by
The Southern Dairy Co.
will be served free of charge on
the Mezzanine floor. "Come in and
enjoy a plate of Pure Ice Cream."
.-B SKe "
Children's 75c Hats . . 48c
Saturday Special Cbsntkkr, Tyro
lean and ether shapes in prettily
trimmed straws, aad Hindu
straws, with wide ribbon
trimming in a wide choice
of Hew styles
Children's Dress Hats $2.95
r
Regularly worth to $4.00 a brilliant
choice of daintily trimmed styles, in
pretty colors, srith ribbons,
flowers and laces in pro
fusion. Just such hats as
will please the
younger onesSpe
cial Saturday.
$4.00 to $6.00 Para-
$2.95
Saturday we offer a beautiful se
lection of new parasols, worth
to $6.00 at $2.95. The selection
embraces the new "bell shape,"'
"Minaret" and others, in pretty
colorings and desired shades, with
black or natural carved handles.
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$5.00 to
$7.50 Hats
at 3.
Xtra Special Saturday!
Saturday, the 'day that women
folk look for values out of the or
dinary, will find here the best value
of the season, in these beautiful new
hats that we have prepared in advance for
record breaking sale Saturday. You will
find just the style, color and shape you want,
large, small or medium at a big saving in prke.
All Pattern
Hats at 1-3 Off.
With the season hardly begun.
we offer vou the choice of this
beautiful gathering of imported and
Eastern made model Hats that are
marked at $15 or over at 33 1-3 percent less
than their worth. This offer, which includes
all the finer Gage and Fisk models as well,
should interest every woman who loves a beautiful,
distinctive hat.
1H1
Annual Sale of Hosiery Saturday ! .
Following our usual custom, we announce a special reduc
tion on Women's, Misses' and Children's Hosiery, apply
ing to all leading brands carried in regular stock.
Onyx, Esco, Gordon, Wayne Knit and Phoenix Hose; and
Pony, Round Ticket and Buster Brown Hose for children,
at the following general reductions:
All 35e Hose Reduced
to
All See Hose Reduced.
to
All 50e Hose Reduced
to
Reductions apply to all Cotton, Mercer
ized and Silk Hose, in black, white or
colors.
29p
29c
39c
All 75c Hose Reduced
to
All $1.00 Hose Reduced
to
59c
79c
EXTRA SPECIAL!
$1.00 and $1.15 Silk Hose rye
at d,C
Full fashioned, ia white and tan only.
SATURDAY
Glove Specials
Long Black or White ja
Silk Gloves Pair DiC
Regularly worth $1.00.
Long Doeskin Gloves f Q (f? C
In natural only J)00
Regularly worth $3.50.
Short Walking J ia
Gloves 3)1.1
Man style, heavy kid, with double
stitched backs. Regularly worth
$1.50. (In -grey and tan only.)
Children's New
Dresses . . . .
$1.98
$1.25 and $1.50 Waists
Saturday ... 95c
(Second Floor.)
A wonderful gathering of beauti
ful styles. High or low necks,
three-quarter sleeves, in embroid
ered panel, and lace trimmed
styles, in-voile, linen and lingerie.
Some embroidered shirts, with
collar and 'cuffs. A magnificent
selection of beautiful,
new styles, at
:95c
Women's
Lisle Vests
Two O C
for . . . JJ
An excellent value, regu
larly worth 25c each.
(Second Floor.)
A magnificent gathering of new
aiTivals up to 14 years of age,
in natural linen, imported ging
hams and ehambrajs, tastefully
trimmed, excellently made and
shown in a most desirable selec
tion of colors A Special Value.
Children's 75c Muslin Skirts at QQ
Beautifully made, with rows of lace 3 J C
and duster tucks, very fulL
Children's 65c Muslin Gowns at A Q
Lace or embroidery trimmed, 2 to 16 OC
years.
Childrens 40c Muslin Skirts at OQ
With deep ruffle, embroidery trimmed. 7 C
Children's White Muslin Sleepers j r
Excellently made, button at waist, in OUC
back.
Children's 25c Muslin Drawers at 1 Q
Deep lawn ruffle with lace and 4 tucks. A is C
Children's 50c Panty Waists at on
H. & W. brand, neatlr lace trimmed. O 7 C
SALE OF FINE CORSETS AT HALF PRICE!
An opportunity that comes but once in a long time We have taken all the
broken lines, til the odd sizes, where but 3 and 4 of a kind are left, and
grouped them in one great lot, at
Just Half the Regularly Marked Prices.,
Included are models of all the leading brands regularly carried in stock and
maternity corsets.
75c A. Drake Bust Sup- ftjj Children's IL & W. Waists, eyr
porters, at diDC sizes 1 to 12 years, at CtKjQ,
Bust Formers and Accessories at Half Price.
39c
75c
Saturday Specials In
,loilet Requisites
Miniature Boxes of Babcock's
.Goryiopsw Talcum REE
Babcock's 25e Gorylopsis -I p
Talcum Powder, the dox. 1 O C
Genuine "Ideal" Rubber Cushion
Hair Brushes,
each
Babcock's Toilet
These are exceptionally strong
odors, is Cut Rose, Vraie, Violet,
Honeysuckle, Lilac, etc, and come
in square glass, in neat box.
Jergeas Benzoin and Al- ej g"
mood Lotion 50c size, for tJC
25c Pompeian Cream - Q
10c box "Lustrite" Emery
Boards, 12 to the box, for. .
Samtol Face
Cream ,
Sanitol Face
Powder
$1.50 bottles Toile
Waters ,
4c
17c
17c
95c
Xtra Special !
Men's $2.00 to $2.50 fh - a j-
Shirts at ipl.tO
A splendid selection in both soft
and laundered styles. Included
are the "York." Guaranteed
Shirts, Wool, Negligee and Silk
Madras Shirts, with soft collars
and euffs A very special sale at
.45
Caimhers
Tfae Basement Store, El Paso's Bargain Center !
Continues to attract the thrifty buyers in scores for nowhere, in
the entire west, are such wonderful values to be found as are dis
played here table after table, loaded to its capacity, with yard
goods, wearing apparel and household necesities, at prices to tempt
the most economical. See our Basement Store windows, Stanton
street side the values speak for themselves.
Women's Un
derwear 'at
Union suits, vests or drawers'
excellently made and neatly trim
med worth 35c.
(Basement Store.)
FORMER POSTMASTER
SENTENCED TO JAIL
. uil( of KmbezziiHs Fhhk Numer
ous t Mextaaat, Fined fur Tres
Ihss Ih Kwrent Hcscne.
feunia Fe, N. M.. April 11. Bscolas
ko Martinez, found guilty on Jwo
unts of embezzlement and opening
etuis, ds sentenced by judge W. H.
'"in . of the Lmted States district court.
o scre four months in Jail oa the two
loums and to pair a fine equal to the
.mounts he embezzled.
Martinez was postmaster at Golden
i embpzzlea iostoffice movy to tne
i i t of io2o it v. hich was made "cd
1 .- parents.
In -. nt ncincr him. judpt- Pope said
took into consideration his
t n fact that his pannts boie
a good reputation, and that the cul
prit was married.
Euseblo Gallegos, sheepherder, plead
ed guilty of fire trespass on the Pecos
reserve. He left a fire burning after
getting a meal, while in search of sheep
that were straying awl). The result
was damage to about 10 acres of tim
ber. Gallegos returned and fought
hard to put out the flames, the fire
finally beinj subdued. Me was sen
tenced to 6P days in Jail and payment
of the costs, the iail sentence being
suspended.
W. F. Worthington was found guil
ty of pasturing . goats on the Alamo
.reserve. He was given 6 days In jail
and fined (100 and costs, the jail sen
tence being suspended on payment of
fine and costs.
Manuel Gomez and J M. Arehuletta,
jr. pleaded f,uilt of trespass, having
pastured sheep on the Jemez reserve
without a permit Thtj -a tie fined
$-'j and costs
In tht tas. s oi tictpass aga.ut
Eplfanio Valdez and Metro Atencio and
Enconacio Chaves, the latter was dis
missed and the first two named were
fined $100 and costs, for pasturing
sheep on the Jemez reserve without a
permit.
eSViss
MONITION: Notice is hereby given
that there have been seized in this
collection district for violation of the
customs laws, one dark brown mare,
one sorrel mare, one black mare, one
dun horse, one paint mare mule with
Mexican brands, ofie brown horse mule,
one brown horse, one brown mule colt.
one brown mare mule colt, one brown
horse colt and two bay fillies un
branded which will be sold in front
of the Custom House, El Paso, Texas,
at 10 oclock. a. m , April 19. 1913.
An one claiming the same is required
to appear within the time prescribed
In law Alfred JU Sbarpt, Collector of
Customs.
EL PASOANS TO GO
TO ANTHONY MEETING
The Southern New Mexico Farmers
association will meet at Anthony. N. M ,
Saturday. This is one of the strongest
associations of its kind in the Rio
Grande valley and it is proposed that a
number of El aioans attend. I. A.
Shedd. chairman of the lands and irri
gation committee of the chamber of
commerce, is endeavoring to secure a
delegation of El Pasoans to attend
They will leave the chamber of com
merce in automobiles at 11 oclock
Saturday morning and go to the upper
valley down to discuss the good roadf
movement.
Good irorl. It the renMm of our lin
jmmense increas in business A sat
isfied customt r is thi bi st advertise
ment right b lliciains "Works
rhone J 12.
ALBUQUERQUE DRAWS
NEW HEALTH LAWS
Keeping Tuliereulnr Children From
Schools Favored; Barber Shops 5lar
Kets and Storm te be rtrguluted.
Albuquerque. N M April 11. Chil
dren afflicted with tuberculosis cannot
attend public school.
Furniture sold by auctioneers must
be fumigated
Rooms must be fumigated when tu
bercular patients vacate them.
Cesspools must be abolished where
sever connections can be made.
Soda fountains must be operated ac
cording to sanitary methods.
Barbers must sterilize cuspidors in
their shops.
Butchers and grocers will not be al
lowed to expose fruit and foodstuff un
covered. These provisions are to be embodied
in ne health regulations, according to
the decision of the board of health at a
meeting held last night in the council
chamber.
Mayor Sellers, president of the board,
appointed Dr. L. 5. Kice. Dr. H. B.
Kauffmann and city attorney John C.
Lewis a committee to include provisions
in a new series of health ordinances.
The new ordinances, according to the
consensus of the board, will repeal
those now on the city statutes and cov
er everything that endangers public
health.
FAR EASTERN POST
NOT FOR MR. WALDO'
New York. N. Y., April 11. His
friends declaie that the most disap
pointed man in N't -.v ork is Rhire
lander Wjh'o, tin much tioubled com
mi's.oin i of t'1 - all d graft ridden
Pumps For The
Little Folk
Our children's shoes cer
tainly make a good im
pression among people
with a sense of value.
Though you subject
them to the most critical
inspection you will find
them perfect in style, fin
ish andfc workmanship,
which insures comfort for
the feet and thorough
good wear.
Ankle Strap Pumps In Patent and Gun Metal,
turned or welt soles, for little tots to the miss
$1.00 to 3.50
Strapless Pumps In Patent and Gun Metal, welt
soles, for the miss and young women $3.50
GREATER EL PASO7 5
f GREATEST SHOE STORE i
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5HPF- rriMPANYl
203 Mesa.
Ask for Our New Spring Catalog.
UHIELVDR "tt VLDO.
New York police department He has
just return U from Washington,
whither lie had fleil in the hope of be
ing rescued fioni the trials and tribu
lations of a New York municipal job
by being appointed governor general
of the Philippines. He had considered
himself, it is said, the strongest can
didate for that post, but he was gently
but firmly informed that there was no
hope as Joseph lavies, of Wisconsin,
formerly secretary of the National
Democratic committee, had seen
chosen for the place.
AMUVS3MENTS.
VVLDEVILLE .VXD PICTURES.
The Crawford will open Saturday
matinee at 2:15 with three vauaeville
acts of the Western Vaudeville Mana
gers' circuit, breaking their Jump from
Denver to California; also a feature
moving picture in three reels, showing
the Treat and only Sarah Bernhardt in
her masterpiece. "Camille," and Mme.
Rejane in "Madame Sans Gene," Sar
dou's "reatest comedy. These two fea
tures in pictures and three acts of re
fined vaudeville are given for 10c at
the matinee everv day. The night
prices are: Children, 10c; adults, 25c;
balcony, adults. 20c. There will be a
continuous performance with two
shows nightly with an entire change
of program every Saturday and Wed
nesday. Don't miss this big show, these ex
clusive pictures, this select vaudeville
in the best ventilated, roomy theater,
catering to the best people. "Service
and quality" is our motto. Remember
the Crawford every day ana nignt, oc
ginning next Saturday. Advertisement
VARIED HILL AT "WIGWAM.
Tonight is the regular weekly society
night at the Wigwam. The program,
as is usual on Friday nights, is a varied
one. There will be the fashion hints
on slides made by Feldman from living
models wearing gowns and hats loaned
bv the White House management es
pecially for these Wigwam slides. Mr.
Feldman has made one remarkably
pretty slide for tonight. There will be
special music on the unit orchestra, in
cluding the song hit of the "Siren" on
the human voice pipes. There will he
five pictures, including a beautiful pic
ture entitled 'Kittens.'' "Broncho Bil
ly," always a favorite, is seen in new
adventures. Adv.
SIIIUXKRS. ATTBXTIOX:
The show committee requests that all
Shriners wear the fez tonight to the
theater. The dress suit is optional. The
curtain rises at 8!30 sharp. Adv.
CONTROLER REFUSES
TO STATE POSITION
Must See and Read 9:30 Closing Civil
Law Before Saying What Will
he Hi Attitude.
Austin, Te. April 11. Controler
Lane, in a letter to the governor, de
clines to give his attitude on the status
of the 9:36 closing law, the civil Dill
on which the attorney general has re
cently gfven an opinion. The governor
having noticed where the controler
was quoted as having said that he may
not follow the opinion of the attorney
general on this bill in which the vali
dity of the law is upheld, aad the chief
executive therefore addressed a com
munication to the controler ssktng
him to give his position in the matter
as not to create confusion later on
when saloon men apply for a renewal
of their liquor licenses
In his letter to the governor the con
troler declares that he will not give
his attitude on the measure or what he
proposes to do until he has seen
and carefully read the opinion of the
attorney general, and has also digested
the new law as finally enacted. The
controler also advises the governor
that he (Lane) has not authorized any
statement as to his position on this
measure.
TirnvoMi the i-ril 9:3S elosine- law. but
he advises the controler that he be
lieves that the ruling of the attorney
general is correct, and that the legisla
tive intent in the passage of the law
should govern. Even shoui.- tue civil
law fail, the criminal 9:30 closing law
is correct and will answer the purpose.
Pecos Sewerage Bondi Approved.
The attorney general's departure has
approved two issues of Floyd county
commoR school district boiras aggre
gating $7500 bearing five percent in
terest and maturing in 20 years, with
an option of five years; also approved
an issue of $25,000 Pecos City sewerage
bonds bearing five percent and matur
ing in 40 years with a 20 year option;
also approved an issue of $13,000 Irving
independent school district bonds bear
ing five percent and maturing in 40
years with an option of five years:
also approved an issue of $15,000 Staton
independent school district bonds, bear
ing five percent and maturing In 40
years, witn an option or is years.
The department of insurance and
banking has granted a permit to do
business in Texas, for the current year
to the Allemenia Fire Insurance com
pany of Pittsburg, Pa.
New Way to Make Apple
Dumplings
Served With Hard Sauce or Creas
and Sugar
ByMrs.JHetMcKcsu:HiU, Editor o,
tke Boston Cooking School Magazine
Here fe a new way to make apph
dumplings that wfll surely please everj
housewife, for it is not necessary tc
have whole apples, and the juice cannoi
run out and burn as with apple dump,
lings where the apple is placed in the
'center and the dough turned up around
it. The biscuit part farms a crispy
shell that holds the apples and juke.
TRAFFIC IS PARTIALLY
RESUMED AT LITTLE ROCK
Little Rock. Ark.. April 11. Rail
road traffic out of Little Rock has
been partially resumed. Hot Springs
still is without rail communication.
Two trains with 140 passengers are
neid up at Benton, a small town mid
way between Little Rock and Hot
Springs.
The Rock Island has removed a land
slide which had blocked its tracks west
of here and a train load of passengers
marooned in the country for two days,
has arrived.
MISSOURI RIVBR FLOODS
STRBBTS OF PIBIIRE, S.'D.
Pierre, a Vh, April 11. The water
in the Missouri river has gone over the
15 foot mark and is slowlv risinsr.
Boats are operating in many of the
streets in Fort Pierre, where the wa
ter is three feet deep in places.
MANY INSURANCE CONCERNS
HAVE NOT YET TJBBN LICENSED
Austin, Tex., April IL There nave
thus far been 198 insurance companies
licensed by the state department of
insurance and banking for the current
year, not including 34 fraternal con
cerns. Chief clerk Johnson says that
there are still about 15 fire and 15
life companies vet to be licensed, also
about 20 miscellaneous companies, and
50 fraternals. The time for granting
licenses these concerns for the current
year expired on March 1.
RAILROAD COMMISSION
CLOSES APRIL HEARINGS
Austin. Tex.. April 11. The railroad
commission has concluded Its regular
monthly hearing of matters that hjd
been set down for hearing on the Apul
docket, and all matters were taken
under advisement by the commission.
The matters considered yesterday were
all of a minor nature.
E C Apple Dmspllais
Ox-eaxd one-half cups sifted four;
leaspoonful salt; 3 level leaspoonftds
K C Baking-Powder? cup shorten
ing; abont cup milk; apples.
Fill the caps of a battered nrafnn pan
with pared and sliced apples, sprinkle
with salt and turn two or three table
spoonfuls of water into each. cap. Sift
together, three times, the flour, salt and
baking powder; work in the shortening,
and mix to a soft dough with the milk.
Drop the dough from a spoon with the
apples in the cups, givingit a smooth ex
terior. Let bake about twenty-five min
utes. Invert the pan on alarge serving
dish. Pntaspoonfalofhardsauceabove
the apple in each, dumpling; and finish
with a grating of nntmeg.
Tins is only one of the many new, deKcxms aad
appetizing mJpes contained in the K C Ccot s
Book, which may beoWainedrbysendine
tie colored certificate packed in every ZS-cenX.
can of KCBftkme Powder to the MaCES Mfq.
Co., Chicago. Be snretofset the 2Sent size
etaauercaasdofiot coataia Coofs Boob certificates.
TRAIN IS DERAILED
BY SNOW; ONE KILLED
Cheyenne Wells. Colo.. April 11
Thomas Hale, engineer of Ellis, Kans.,
was killed end Thomas Dosial, T-is
fireman, and E. E. Thomas, a mail
clerk, were injured seriously wh i
frsat bound passenger No. 110 on the
Union Pacific railroad plunged into a
snow drift three miles west of here
and was derailed. Several pasengers
were slightly hurt.
BUFFALO STREET CARS
GUARDED BY TROOPS
RESiNOL CURED
AWFUL PiMPLES
IVhole Face Covered, Now Clear.
Brooklyn. N. . Y.. Oct. 9, 1912. "I
was troubled with two or three pimples
coming out on my chin. In a week
or so my whole face was covered with
them. Friends advised me to use dif
ferent lotions and salves. I tried
them, but they did me little good, if
an. I finally washed the pimples
with Resinol Soap and applied Resinol
Ointment before going to bed. In the
morning I found the swelling goiii
down, and the inflammation gone from
the pimples. I tried this treatment for
about a week, and found that most of
the pimples had disappeared. I kept
the treatment up for about a month,
and then my face was clear of all
pimples. I hae used Resinol Soap
since, and find that the pimples do
not come back." t Signed) Walter A.
Stenhtrum. 54 Willoughby Ave.
Nothing we can sa of Resinol
equals what others. such as Mr. Stens
trum, say of it. If ou are suffering
from itching, burning skin troubles,
pimples, blackhea.ls. dandruff, chapped
face and hands, ulcers, boils,
stubborn soies. or piles, it will co t
ou nothing to try Kesinol Ointment
mid Remnol Soap jusl s,rnd to D.-pU
l"i-T lUsmol l,.iltiinor Mi for a free
pamplo of eich I.r druggist sells
IUmiioI. J t. rtistmi nu
General Strike ef All Labor Unions Is
Threatened City Negotiates
fev Mediation.
Buffalo. N. Y., April 11 With street
cars running under military guard over
only 10 miles of the International Rail
way company's 300 miles of track and a
general strike of all labor unions in
the city threatened, strong influences
were brought to bear today upon the
corporation and its striking car men
to reach an arbitration immediately.
Mayor Fuhrmann sought to reopen
the negotiations deadlocked last night
and the state board of mediation be
gan an investigation of the witole
strike situation.
BELGIUM IS READY
TO RESIST STRIKE
Brussels. Belgium. April 11. The
Belgian government is preparing to re
sist with all its resources the general
stnle of Belgian workmen which is
scheduled to begin Monday. The gov
ernment has the support of the con
servative interests of that country.
The Socialists are confident that
400,000 nm will leave their work in
response to the strike order. The local
committees are showing great activity
in arranging to find indigent strikers
and in placing the children with sm
pathizers beyond the frontiers.
FEDERAL GRAND JURY
IN SESSION AT CAPITAL
Santa Fi N M April 11 The fod-
ral Krand jurj i-. in s ssion this week
and nunitinu'- witn stv icrand jurois
and others a' here fi otn OAr tht,
Uatr Tht 'ihikI jur will jirobail
rivui t tht last uf tla- wtik.
HEAVY SNOW AT SIOUX CITY
DOBS S15,00e DAMA.GS
Sioux City, Iowa, April IL This city
was practically cut off from the out
side world by a record breaking snow
storm which broke down telegraph a;, a
telephone wires in all directions. Tha
damage done to wires is placed at
$150,000 aud railroad traffic is delaj Pd.
Some of the hotels were forced to ue
candles. Fifteen inches of snow fcaa
fallen.
KANSAS FRUIT CROP
DAMAGED BY FROST AND SNOW
Topeka, Kaus.. April 11. Hundreds
of smudge pots are burning in central
and western Kansas to protect the fruit
buds which are threatened by frost and
under five inches of snow. In unpro
tected orchards it was predicted that
the peach crop would suffer heavily.
30,000 VOICES!
And Many Are The Voices Of El Paso
People.
Thirty thousand voices What a
grand chorus! And that's the num
ber of American men and women y. b
are publicly praising Doan's Kidm
Pills for relief from backache, kidnt ,
and bladder ills. Thev say it to
friends. They tell it in the home pa
pers. El Paso people are in this chorus
Here's an El Paso case
Mrs. Frank J Brnf 1121 omui
St., El Paso. Texas, sas "When I be
gan to suffer from kidney trouble, I
used Doan's Kidney PilK right aWa
as they had previously been taken i i
our family with good results. I was
quickly and permanently cured."
If your back aches if your kidnes
bother ou. don't simply ask for a V -ney
rented ask diatlBetly for Doan'.i
Kidney IMIli, the same that Mr Br
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