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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, Jan. 13, 1920. EL PASQ TO GET mUmmrWlwHelpedHim Following a statement of C N J I lar an organizer tor me adoiciii Federation of Labor, that El Pao Fr. nai have a million dollar motor imu. i.-.iuijr wiuu. wu cum " tv m l-oo ana iw men, a com- mittee as named Monday night bj, e Ltntral Labor union to wait upon those interested In the factory re- gardirg the kind of labor to be em i ;oyec The committee consists or J Moran. F. C- Standish and H , Green Mr Idar announced the organisa tion of a new Ed Paso tailor's union. with 60 members. At a previous meeting a report -was made to the effect that the armv store was to close here. No -Investigation was made but a telegram was sen to Congressman Hudspeth, pro testing the action. At the meeting Monday nizht the congressman re ' ply was read. He stated th-t con ference with the military men had re vealed that the stores In every city will remain open as long as they have am s)rt of material for sale. Pyramid Pits Treatment Tie Great Household Treatment lor Itcalac Bleedlnir or Iro- trntUa-p Pile. SESU FOR FREE TRIAL Almost Tery X&mllr lias at least one soSer er icbo sfcoold have the blessed relief .afforded by Pyramid pile J Treatment. Ton can baxe a tree trial by matt or it yoa cannot wait, ret a 60 cent box at anydniff store. Tate eo sabsti tnte. Join, toe harv f- pr throiur wIjo k .dotr the praises lif T-n-Amtfft I Is tio H.raUr Feettar JJse tBls con- ne m tfco Kei f poa for free FTrSaBltl BeHeC trlaL FHEE SAMPLE COTJPOH ptimmtp dejjs oohpakt. . E rrmaSd BUS ICtJihlH. JBeh. r sesd xae a ITee stssjss or ;PHTrft-Vit.l3ptolaTtr3ger. Ksme... Street.. CJty ... ......Stats.... I SEE OLD, FADED 5 GARMENTS TURN NEW j "Diamond Dyes" Add Years of j Wear to Discarded Garments ; Tion't wornr about perfect results. Tse -Diamond lres." guaranteed to gne a new, rich, fadelesa, osor to anv fabric whetherlt be wool. silk. linen cotton or mixed goods dresses. blouses stockings, skfc-ts, children's , tort; feathers, draperies; eovertngs. The Direction Book with each pack- i -ce tells so plainly how to diamond ,, oer any color that you can not a,ce a mistake. Tn natrh anv tnAterlsJ. have drUlT- c-igt slow you "IHamond Dye" Color ard Adr Sick 17 Years, Believed By Taking No. 40 For the Blood For 17 years I was troubled with nropsv and bad blood. I took every kind of medicine that was recom r mdf 1 to me, without benefit, until I got a bottle of Number 40 and it helped me so much that I got two more bottles -no since taking the i-cord bottle. I am feeling fine. I wish to recommend Number 40 to am one needing a blood medicine as I believe it is as good as recom mended Mrs. Jane Goodwin. Gideon. Mo Number 40 is demanded in de lraec conditions of the system, espe cialH sf the blood and general health. In chronic enlargement of the spleen or liwr In enronic malarial poison ing Removes the causes of disease bv stimulating the removal of waste. thus encouraging nutrition. Em ployed with success In blood troubles. -Mron' rheumatism, catarrh, ecsema ard "in diseases. Mads by J C Vendcnhall, KvansvUle, Ind. 4 years a druggist. Kelly-Pollard, whole- Put an End to CATARRH lead Seises, Eay Fever, Beaisess An Old Physician's Genuine Kem&dy That Hits the Spot Amutec bene feu are beint re ported & person. wao fvaercfi inn toUrrk. persistent ctils n tk htod, aad taasr who were laurtled fey heed 9tss and ftjitftft sWn doe t case aue: also kayfrvtr aad rose cold, A noted JT csan. Dr BSessefa has fo-sd a combination of aerb fratrast, sootfcjc tai healing -to b- saoked in a 11 - ctxaretts, or by bornsDS on a holder. a ha1 e the wholesome medteated vapor. Dr FlcoMr'a BeiMdr to toarmlMi it eeotlllil B0 tobSrca or oUmt Otiettxioa draft. No HbtbmO Count a pleavau berbU rHrf dmned tawirrS a camp m eor. of trritMfca. tflKaaran. offea- tr otto fslttcc Of omens into OKU; ImitES. rotrlBc. tinting 7 etber dtstrBMlcx bead ottnds aod bcsiUit fif fleu 7 dm to rm nexioas aad bealni to nriog estaiTB. Eld rw self of it Stn Ufil Dr tZtma tars abo. mo gbcF-ld aarp sanw of di sSEokaea eoawyaEd mxty tr aid to xarrent- oa ercaaea afHan, Whl nkainc tfanitii aat asMtdsc oeiwftt joOj suy nr roar ttfs. aa w o OrTUrem. Brry a box of DR. BIjOSSEES REM EDY at any bus? drai store. Or estate a proof rackage of tbtt potest faersal reaedr, "T . onjT 10 - aTr taw wo el&ssii ca, cE-n, atulnta. cji L J. OVERLOOK, BROKER PRIVATE LEASED WIRE CorreiKn dec t i Vosnn & Brran, Cnlcaco. ew xorh- Paine. Webber Co Boa ton. Utilolfcu S17 o OreGrOn St. Ph. ZASt St. JlrKlm Hotel 6:'. 1m ' JsaHtrssssssssW auf Si. 'obss. . y. yjiV-rUJ fvlfeJ 1 I Man Pulls Old Trick On Texan Ray Kline, of southern Texas, late- i ts will tiraftr hn rare befriendine stransers. Kline appeared at police headquar ters Monday night with a strange tale of Ingratitude. He explained .... , - v.m-.j... o TMI " - . ... . who said his home was In El Paso. xhe stranger was bewailing the fact that he did not have enough money to get to his borne and people here. Kline had been picking cotton and dolne other work and had a bank roll. He heard the tale of woe and wasjmltted tt Ihe exhibitors explained moved to aid the man to reach El Paso. "Come and stay with rae and my folks , we'll be glad to have you." Kline said his new foand friend said, as he was also coming here. Kline purchased two tickets ro El Paso, ana toe pair arrirea nere in we early morning. Kline said bis -friend" then started walking him west, telling htm tae "folks lived in the outskirts of .He town. As they got into a loney re gion. Kline said the man palled re volver and oredred him to give the remainder of the roll. Instead Kline grappled with the man and took the revolver from him. The stranger ran. Franc Is oow the only promineat conn try of Btxrope that baa refused to Kraut women the tisht to vote. Should women be put' on trial for their faults? Should women be put on trial for their faults? And should they be tried by men? Are their so-called weaknesses due to the mediocre demands of men ? Do women know how to stick to ideals that are not social assets ? What is the type of girl that invariably becomes an old maid? Do men put a premium on virtue? These are a few of the questions that are discussed and answered in a tre mendously stimulating article called "Supply and Demand." Every woman in America owes it to herself to read it. This is but one of the 38 stimulating and amusing features in this big magazine. 00D HOUSEKEEPING Everywhere 55c G. V. HABRINGTON", Distributor 114 Franklin St. El Paso, Tex. jit f Mm f ME MM ' Ask Your Neighbor Reduce the High Cost of Living - By Living High on fm&me (Roasted) ORN Nothing Quite So Good for you and yoar children Large (goodness-preserving) "waxtite" package. The best thick com flakes you ever ate or money back. At All Good Grocers "Kellogg'a Korn Krisp Corn Flakes-ia the Green Package" PET STOCK PUT EXHIB With the crowing of a hundrel competitive cocks and the cackling of twice as many mens, the poultry and rabbit show was opened Monday at noon In Liberty halL The bunnies are there by scores, so are guinea pigs and other pet animals, including some beautlfF house cats, who are not as noisy as the roosters. The show opened with a good at tendance. This afternoon school children md their teachers were !- how to also rabbits and chickens ant guinea pigs and how to take care of cats and other pets. They also tM them there was lots of money in rais ing chickens which sell at 45 ecu's a ponna. ana wai me oeoa mj ceto which are now quoted at 90 cents a doses. Rabbits Profitable. Rabbits, too. are profitable, the exhibitors explained. Rabbit meat Mil. A ron nd 40 cents a Donnd. aad rabbit skins sell for as aigb as VI a piece. Rabbit skins are used for something else esides to wrap tne baby in. according to the rabbit breeders They say that most "fox. rainV "nkiink- and other furs on the market were lifted from ihe bonny . Rabbits are all colors, almost. Krisp mON Strange Malady Grips Oklahoma AndKansasArea Kansas City. Me, Jan. IS. Whether a mysterious intestinal malady which has appeared in Kansas and Okla homa exists in other communities of the southwest was a matter for much speculation here today. Meantime, of ficials of the t o states in which the disease haa been found were making an(j steel in carloads, efforts to identify It and employ. By transit privileges Is meant that .. . ..irh..T lt ,nr.H iron and steel received here Irom toy means for checking Its spread. (eastern rolling mills in sheet and Topeka, Kan., and Muskogee. OUa , th unfinished forms may be put apparently are the worst sufferers. At Toneka. advices here said. 200 cases have Been reported ana uhol flci.l estimates Disced the number at 1000. Many school children are among those ill there. At Muskogee. it is sain, mere are wwui w v.cb. No fatalities were known to have oc curred at either place and the death list from the malady remained at four, all at Sklatoc .. the little Oklahoma town where It was first noticed. The situation at Sklatook Is said t be under control. State health department inspectors sent to Sklatook to investigate were expected to furnish information to day that would assist the authorities in classifying the epidemic Some physicians express the belief that the malady is a form of dysentery, while others were of .the opinion it is a gastric form of Influenza. There are black ones and white ones and gray ones and red ones and -mixed ones. A pure white fur is vi luable, so Is a red. gray, brown or black one. but a fur with Just a little white in it is not much good. Th white spot in a fur has to be taken out and another color Inserted. Some furs have been streached, and are )R exhibit to show how it is dose. Besides maktn coats, furs, collars I and scarfs, muffs and the like, rab Mt hair makes ftne hats for men. Many House Cats. a score of house cats with prettv ribbons ibout their necks were taken I from the home couihes and placed ' in the exhibit cages. Cat fur is costly 1 too, but these cata. the owners say. are too fine to sain tor inr. The guinea pfgs. which are given credit In Pigs Is Pigs," for reproduc ing so fast are also on display. The show is a Joint one of the El Paso Poultry association and the t' : paso Rabbit Breeoers ana rancwa association. It Is considered educa tional, and for this reason no war tax I is charged. It will be open each a!- I ternoon ana mgnt inruusn di" 1 . ... kiMt. th mAiiltPV Among the exhibits at the poultry show at Liberty hall, which opened snow ai wuw iinir. .v,.v., i.hv the Eovs- and Girls' Chicken I SIT1 ?I tn?2T X? Sub members rfVen a baby chk to .".w-wS. i,iilnex - were hTed.-'T,; StaS-Nional , hank raise. and Misi Helen Hubbard Swift, diree- Misi Helen mm bwiiu : - tor of the nome economics n of the chamber of commerce, direct l- .a. a &! p awvumarm. nirvrt ed the work. Hey, John! Oo tlome; Dad's Not Mad About The Fliooer Smashup Afraid his father would be angry because he took the lamilj car out nnd broke It. John Greene. Jr, aged IS, stole silently from his bed at 1 a. m.. Tuesday morning, indefinitely borrowed dad's mule, and disap peared. The father. J. W Greene, who re sides near the Fort Bliss reservation. , uin-hln. fnr the lmd. He Is not angry at the youngster for Jazzing I the flivver Into a .curb, nor is he, anery over his son borrowing the I mule. He wants him to come home and be a good boy. The bov. when last seen, wore sol dler's trousers, leather leggings and a black and red overcoat. He has blue eyes and brown hair. ROADS ALL BAD: TRAVEL BY MOTOR CAR IS LIGHT The snow and ra'n during the paat fry days have made the roads into El P&h Dractieallv lmoaasable and. with the exception of the laotonsts in El faso awaiting -et'.r roaa con ditions, no tourists have registered at the Antomobile club thia week. I The following report was received irom LorusDurg mis morning. ine roads were ery heavy, but not im passable. Worst place Just west of Lordsburg. Last night a car came in from Benson. It left Florence yes terday Beat route at present is through Willcox and Benson to Tucson." . The following report from Bal mornea Indici.es that roads are In bad shape eaat of El Paso. -Roads very muddy. almost impassable. Would advise tourists iay ng oer until conditions are better." Tat road to Alamogordo is report ed fairly good. W. J. Wilson and J. A. Treat, of Flagstaff, left last nig'it for Banger: Wm. Freidllne, of Anions, left for San Antnoio. , Motorists in the c!:y ore C J. Young and family. Stryker. O . L R. Barksdale and R. B. Owens. Sablnal. W. W. Noyes and W. T. Alien. Mil waukee; Henry Bauman and wife. New Tork city. E. J McClarty and George C Young, Phoenix. Chas. Hoover, Hannibal, Mo.. T. R. Chap man and Bob Adams. Albuquerque. HIGH LITERARY SOCIETIES PLAN INTERESTING STUDY The Junior and 3enlor IJterary so cieties will hold a Joint book review this afternoon at the high school. Both societies have arranged a group of interesting studies. The Senior society will present Ihiasany's "Plays of God and Man," by Miss Helen Oldham; Peabody's. "The Piper," by Miss Fannie Foster. MacKer's "Jeanne d' Arc," by Miss Edith Glddlngs aad Berry's "Half Hour Discussions." by J M. Frank. The Junior society will present Svneon's "Kidnaoed." by Miss Elizabeth Walker. Blackmore's "Lorna Dooae." by Miss Maud Isaacs; Bronte's -Jane Byre." by Miss May Campbell: Ktngaley's "Westward Ho." by Miss Martha Candler; Dick ens's "David Copperfleld," by Miss Elizabeth Harris. Examinations will begin Friday and will continue until next Thursday. Special examinations will be given Wednesday and Thursday afternoon. The boys' double quartet met Tues day morning for rehearsal. Meetings will be held Tuesday aft ernoon of the Spanish, History and Mathematics departments. WILSON PACKING HOUSE EMPLOYES GIVEN DINNER Ra.i4M.m011. KCcon&ttDr deoartment employes and department heads of the local branch of Wilson and company. I packers, were tendered a banquet In th ffrlll room at the iheiion oatnr-I oay nisnu a number ox .Tjpnmpn. speeches were made. TnoM- piesent were: R. U. Oliver, hxal n4fiueer; J W Cotton, district manager Dal las. K. M. Chant. A. MUUr. F. Bera Tren. la BoswelL Oeorire I'opnineer. Joseph H. Elgher, Ben Day. Bob Bryant, Arnold XHimmell, Branch Fa trelle. Chas. Owens. Jack Borland, ' Bob Oliver. 3r L A. Horton. A. Tms sel. W R. Miller. A. T. Wllkie, M. F. Connoly. and A. Walker. i This is an annual affair given by 1 the company In appreciation of the efforts of the local branch employes. ' The past year was a very satlsfac- j tory one. manager OU.er announced. . . i AUTOS CO LMDS IIB1D ON ' Automobiles driven by William! Cirrm and O C McConnell collided hta'l on at al Vtrde Monday nigtat f, th cirs -? ) dly (limat-'id but J op was njurtd Garcia was ar- I iiu.L.0 J HIT GETS NEW RATE M STEEL 1 Paso has just gained a rate con cession from the railroad adminis tration, which makes it probable that this city will be one of the largest structural steel producing centers In the entire west. This advantage has just come in the form of the anthorl MttAp nf transit nrivllesAa on iron tr-rough local foundries and sent to ,,.-,. ,MtlnAtlons on a throueh rate other destinations on a through rate battia. and not on a combination rate basis as previously, m ouier woni a train load of sheet Iron or s.eel i s originating in Pittsburg. Pa may be S shipped to El Paso and made over Into 1 3 finished products for structural us and then shipped to Tucson oris Phoenix any time within a year at alg rate atimated on a Plttsbu:g to To- Is I son delivery. A small tran-1'. privilege !..- 1- .(. ! 100 noniids. The announcement of the granting! of this concession to El Paso was made Tuesday by A. U. Tadlock. dl retor of the chamber of commerco traffic bureau. It la effective aa ofi December 11. 1S11. Mr. Tadlock started the agitation to obtain rate. ' the T. & P. OFFICIAL ENDS EL PASO INSPECTION-1 J A. Somervllle. general manager !S of the Texas and Pacific railroad, left S Monday night for his headquarters J M at Dallas, fln'sbing his tour of in-' J spectlon. While In El Paso he said If a number of Improvements tor theig local terminal of the road were being . considered. A new round house lJg one of them, he said. Twenty-Ova engines oae oea wim i CONGESTED TRAFFIC TO BE RELIEVED IN WEST TEXAS Austin. Tex, Jan. U Traffic con gestion in West Texas will be re lieved by February 1. according to expectations of G.L. Brown, assistant in charge of transportation In Texas fnr th. federal administration, who was here today. The situation Is re-J ceiving direct attention. Be sara. ana everything possible is being done to relieve It- TO LOCATE BANKHEAD HIGHWAY WEST OF HRE I Birmingham. Ala-. Jan. IX. James . .Sproull. actlng.presMent of the Bank- 1 ,. Mattftn. Hlcrhwav association I has called at Birmingham. Ala, ren. 5,a meeting of the.board of directors of the Bank head National Highway ,as. - JctalK.n. for the. purp, of re- - WTtZJ2J'S??23L . . c-moraia to san Diego, - .: wUl also fill vacancies 1 z j - . . . . on the board or airectors ana ar range a program for the Ponrth an- Lnual convention la not springs, atk-, April is ana it. PRICE OF NEW CROP SUGAR TO CONSUMER.17i4c POUND New Tork. Jan. IS. A price of 14 cents a pound for granulated sugar from the new crop has been estab lished for the wholesale and manu facturing trade y the American Sugar Refinlnr company ph. -i pe-rpoun'd to th.eo1Sum.r would be 14 cents per pouno. WVVVVWftiVWVWftftrVVWWWWH VVWWWVAArtrfWVVWVWWtfWWWWWrtAArtrtrfWWWWArtW,WWSrtrfrtrtrtArt t. rusnea rrait lessens Delightful Dainties at Trifling Cost Mm if m O 11 it Free Dessert Molds These Individual Des sert Molds come in as sorted styles, six to the set. The six will serve a full package of Jiffy-Jell. We send the full set for 5 end labels. The molds are aluminum, and the set Is worth 60c Other Free Molds The labels called for are each package which mentions with the labels called for and ...Jiffy Measorine Cup (2 laDcis;. ...Set of Six Individual Molds, as pictured (5 labels). BIG CORPORATIONS SEND IN THEIR TAX PAYMENTS Receipts for Monday in tax collect nr Del Ridley's office totaled ffl.- ' - a Mki. huh. th. rMH of taX paying since the office began roeelv- Another A Smart Sport Oxford The center of attraction in our advance showing of Spring Footwear, in center display case, is a woman's smart sport oxford. Thk comes m dark calf wih loog wing tip. Barrow toe and low flat heel. Tni oxford has bfod eydels. The introduc- e f tory price is $12.50 iH m Oar Fa& and Winter Catalog ff be mailed upon request m uATto GfiCATZZT .7)f. ffli I 1 203 MESA AVE. I s GET PEP AND. I f j 1 Take "Cascarets" Tonight and Wake Up Clear, Feel bully! Be efficient! Don't stay sick, billons, headachy, con stipated. Remove the liver and bowel , unison which is keeping your sain ..ow. yo.r bead dlasy. jour tongue costed.' your breath bad and stomach THIS CUP FREE This Jiffy Measuring Cup is free to users of Jiffr-JeH. Just send os the end labels from two Jiffy-Jell packages the labels naming the flavor and we will mail the cup. This aluminum cup holds exactly one-half pint. Fill twice vrfth boiling water to dissolve one package Jiffy-Jell. It also holds ex actly one cup, as called for in many recipes. Ordinary cups so vary ia sue that many recipes are spoiled. So this exact cup, with mark ings showing fractions of cup, is essential in every home. H 1" a W We fnake these offers to show more women what Jiffy Jell means to them. Jiffy-Jell differs vastly from other quick gelatine desserts. Each package contains a bottle of condensed fruit Juice. We crush the fruit, condense the juice, and bring you real fruit in abundance in these Jiffy-Jell desserts. That's the important point Flavor is mere taste, and often artificial. The fnrit itself is rich in earthy salts. Everybody needs it every day. For a Few Cents Fresh fruit and canned fruit are expensive. Here are rich fruit dainties which are not And they are rich in fruit Half a pineapple, for instance, is used to flavor one Jiffy-Jell dessert Then almost a whole lemon is used to acidulate the mixture. Yet a package of Jiffy-Jell serves six people in mold form, Real-Fruit Desserts 10 Flavors in Vials tSSVJL Mint Raspberry Cherry Loganberry Strawberry Lime Pineapple Orange Lemon Coffee Jiffy the end labels the one on the flavor. Send the coupon check the molds you want. .Pint Dessert Mold (5 labels). Pint Salad labels). Mold (5 JWvM lng taxes October 1. Of the total re ceipts 4M.I7 was for current taae The G. H. 4 S. A. paid (11.(44.41. the Trl-State Telephone company, 17. WK 7 the Texas "ln,riU"Br S1.44172. and the Goodyear Tire com pany J1171-"- New One ti psat 3M3f 3iu-r n " COLOR BACK! for Your Liver and Bowels Rosy, Fit No Gripe! sour. Why not spend a few cents for a box of Cascarets and enjoy the nicest, gentlest lasaUve-eathartjc you every experienced? Cascarets never gripe, sicken or inconvenience one like Salta. Ofl. Calomel or harsh PUls. They work while you sleep Adv. i and twelve if you whip the jell all for a few cents. It is also quick. Simply add boiling water, as directed oa package, then the fruit-juice flavor from the vial, and let cooL Millions are using these quick, economical fruit des serts, and no home now should miss them. Try These Flavors Try Loganberry and Pine apple for desserts; Try Lime fruit flavor. It makes a tart, green salad jelL Mix in your salad before cooling. Or mix in meat scraps and make an appetizing meat loaf. Try Mint Savor. It makes a restful mint jell to serve with meats or as a side dish. Try them now. Then send us the end labels which men tion the flavor, and get the Jiffy Cup and any of our molds. See the coupon. Cot it out so you won't forget Dessert Co, Waukesha, Wis. w MWWWftMiVWWNWWW MAIL J THIS I enclose .... labels as caHed for. Send the molds I check at side. Itching, Burning Skin Diseases Are Caused by Poisoned Blood. . Authorities are now of the opln'on that many forms of eczema and erup tive skin diseases are caused b? humors in the blood. This state of the blood may be due to irreguia- habits. Improper action 01 tne uvr kldneys, stomach or some contractor! blood disease. Internal treatment that goes directly to the root of the tpimhie acts uoon or purifies the blood is the most dependable means of getting real relict. Such a treatment Is Prescrlpt'on C-itSX. a reliable blood purifier Ti'i splendid meaicmai preparation 13 used for years by a successru' pa btan in his nvivate Dractlce. It rro- daeed such satisfactory results for his patients and has since relic--e 1 so many thousands that it's possible that it will give you reuer. If you are now suffering the tor tares of burning. Itching eczema, or any eruptive skin disease, and a other medicine and doctors hai failed, go to your druggist and iret S1H bottle of Prescription C-Zli: If two bottles do not give you suf ficient benefit to Justify your con tinuing the treatment, take th empties back to the same drugget and get the J J M that you paid for the prescription, While taking Prescription C-SIJJ, the bowels should act regularly, tc hlrt throw off the rjolsons which are causing your trouble. There Is noth ing better tnan zsi xaver num. iaij have certain tonic effects and do no" sicken or gripe. One is a dose If your druggist win cot supply you with Prescription C-2S23 and 223 1 Liver PUls, both will be sent you postpaid on receipt of 11.75. Suppose you write the 2223 Laboratory, Mem phis, Tentu 132 South Second St. for literature, 1929 Alnarmc and sampls of the Pills. prescription JZczemm U ihm rtory f Peter XVitiai aad hwr b MsnmnlatsKl f 1 Q.COO tm Ma rtmxm ir iBTBttngStS pgrimmtatofaJtJi-gjsntf lUtd mtoeX and tomUooanifilfUa. GcttBc Anftad ta mm Inn i 111 j. ma UaTtBinr yoQ mrcr nad. Thmxmna bsT read It and are but gedtec naesncis,ay oo torn amaMpiaa. rMUflaVeaavtssVeSssaarsH -t nrvtrrxiKT suoixxor v SochlaSaBeStXHcato CnticnraOmtment BestForRoiigli Red Hands KeflatacBerecSsctxTe fa soothing ad hnt. Bathe dem cmch mxftt m a urooz hot btfaer cf Concur Soap. Dry and rb in Pt-'"T Orataaeot. sad wes? otd stoves dmmf Che Trgfrt. Rents; eft. wtutebaahv if taia.lBt TakaSc. ""Getjcar 3ttu .dutrw waiioatsng. The TickiQ Makes You Cough Stops The Tickfm By Hestfing The Throat 33c per Bottle A Frea Box of Grovels O-Pen-Trate Salve (Opus t&! Peres aoi Peastritss) For Chest Colds. Head Colds and Croup, is enclosed with every bottle of Hayes' Healing Honey. You get the Cough Syrup, the Sahre, and some Liver Mfls lor one price. 54c. Made. Recemmended and Guaranteed tothePnbSc by Paris Medicine Company Kia&faexnrtri of Laxative Bramo Quinine Tablets and Grave's Tasteless Chill Tonic. e-i M f fa s A && 6&1 Results From Herald Ada ftyvvvwvrtftfv.-wvvvvvvwsfVtfwvwvvvy.