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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, Feb. 16, 1920. MHPBKiSl N RISRFF THISi i -mile In Jail II U8fJIJIL. 1 1 1 Ifli ' Patients of Dr Byron U Black, the in trf wc-rfc-i i nuita chiropractor who is now serving a Torrbitone ri Feb 16 The trial 20-day term in the county lail on of Harrv K. Woolen hardware dealer charge of "practicing medicine with jeeusd of kidnap ns as an aid in the out a license" are to hold a mass deportation miners an 3isbee in oday with talesmen of the last venire Hobby of 400 names reporting for doty The patients assert that thev are Because of the large number re- suffering for lack of treatment while y ning it was considered Improbable he is confined. Many say that they hat examinations of prospective Jur- had received no relief prior to taking nen would be undertaken today be-1 his treatment and that It is necessar uause of the large amount of clerical) to their health to be able to get his work involved. Seventeen men are treatments. now in the jurv box tentatively ac-j p R. Franklin stated to The Herald cepted bv both sides When 24 have Monday that his boy suffering with , been pasped half will be excused on paralysis, was improving rapidly un preemptorj challenges of defence audi der the treatment of Ir Black and t rosecntion that if the doctor is not released he Obtaining jurors is increasingly be-j lB going to appeal to sheriff Seth coming more difficult because of Orndorff to nerrait him to take the statements or eniremen examined y to the doctors cell in jail for tions last usually but two or three minutes when this answer is given by eniremen Visitor Hangs ; Southwest Auto Self From End ! Show To Be Held Of Hotel Bed .April 8, 9 And 10 HE MH DOCTOR Funernl arrangements for Dr. S. B "vTVimi th oronrietor of the Lockie The El Paso auromobilp show Trill I hotel entereu a room in the building I be known as tie southwest utono j .,. . . .... -AtfrBii csirnoi the ihow romniMwi Mnnrffli mnminv i Flynt. 57 years old, formerly of Meri irn T.t.nnM.tf. Dnrranriui i and will hi. h. id on Attni s q arA in d tan. Miss., and president of the n of 1 1 So striking copper meeting- this evening- In bis office in from the foot of the bed with a rope I instead of the pro iousIj announced 1 Chickasaw OH. Gas and Refining-com-id the i: " mpathisers from the Caples bnllair-E to take steps to -ade o' a torn dresser scarf Follow- I dates of April I. 2 and 3 The change pany who died atj oclock Saturday 1S17 entered its third week ,, hr pardon if possible by Got ing an inquest the body was removed , L ?k ,.t "'f "' l?? Ji1.,? ", i?h. .."X'Km nd.; aarc??oV EaSer Sunda Apnl 4 I mobile YcTidenT sSarry morning Z,li pending a search for p w Blttlck and D r Kakestraw. near Newman. X. M, are deferred relatives. jn cnarge 0f lne financial arrange- pending the arrival here of Mrs. Justice of the peace R. B Bawlins ments for the show resorted that , Flynt. Monday eiening conducted an inouest and decided onIy four more automobTle display The car In which Dr. Flynt was rid death was due to hangingfTestimony spaces remain Arrangements will be I ing was driven b C. B. Col. secre failed to show a motive 1ST the act as i made for truck displays and tractor I tary of the oil company. A bolt the man apparently was in good i displays on Kansas street, where on the radius rods had clipped off and health and had Liberty bonds and tentage will be erected to house them rwhen the machine struck heavy sand cuncutj oiwiuuuus tw ev in uia i at oanaen win nave cdkic wi. pockets the program and according to pres- The proprietor stated that the man ent plans an elaborate affair will be rented the room at 10 oelock in the produced morning and locked the door When I Musical entertainment to cost near he failed to leave the room during ! ly J1000 was arranged for at the th riav ihn nmnHtnr invacrtntMi 1 committee me:ttnir Be erstedt's or- and found the man dead. The body I chestra was retained for the dances, 4 otner a j. -i . . i. i whth tarai i Pia atain rwt an rnraa nirnrn w. .. , was.saspenaea in a peculiar manner, i -" - . .. :C: """! i qasin ana was consiaerea prominent which indicated that after arranging id JKe8entJ,I28 inciwde,ief tlv," oU cirtles. Mrs. Flynt came from ... .... . -.. .i mllltorv hanrtl n-n triA Tines' nfarnt ' . - -. ssi ... - - . --- . -s- Mn was t" rn a larnmrarnn r; u wnnnav El Paso Community Service Club Takes Place of Khaki CluW The Khaki club is no more The club is there but the name is changed. It is now the El Paso Com munis Service club, Maj. W u Aluller district educational and rec reational officer, announced Monda This club along with other service rlnho anH all nthcr raTnn mrivititnt is being inspected by Mai James H.' streets, Saturday night. He said he jtueii. of asnmgton, u c, camp ac watched the forr, who were soldiers, mit es officer and Capt. John R. ( , on- drew f-om his Docket a rk and tooK a oriiB. careiuuy) recing treatment. He a d he had taken the boy to many other doctors, but had failed, to get relief for him. Six women patients of Dr Black called on The Herald Saturday to thank the paper for the editorial stand it had taken in Dr Black's be half Mrs- Tony Escontrias, one of fthe callers said the doctor had treated one of her children, wnicn was anemic and sickly, and had re stored it to complete health it overturned, pinning Dr. Flynt be neath it. and crushing his ribs. An ambulance from El Paso was sum moned and the Injured man was brought here. Dr Flynt was widely known in Masonic services at Meridian He had oil holdings! in the Tnlarosa the noose the man had placed himself in a sitting position so that n ody was suspended about 4 inches from the floor The man carried a membership card in the Moose lodge of Indiana. Tele graphic inquiry regarding him has bren made of the lodge. a sVa trAvrn aa Ananinr nlirrit (ha . . . .- T bwm"j , &" , ,"K j V r " rt"i , na started irom Aiamogordo lor El Juarez military band for the second PaBO It ig believed she will desire j or international night, and the El rS3U OJHiyUUUJ uinitou as AW bias third night which will be known as societ) night. POLICEMAN SAYS SOLDIER I DRANK LIQUOR IN PUBLIC Police captain W A. Simpson saw four men standing at Kills and Mesa Local a Of C. Has An Industrial Department Now Formal announcement of the es tablishment of the industrial rela tions department of the chamber of commerce and tta purposes is xaade by the chamber in a news letter sent Monday to all members and other citisens of fill Paso The department, the letter says, is organised X foster and protect the industrta! business interests of El Paso and adjoining territory, to es tabllsh equitable industrial condi- tions for employers, employes and the general public otner objects to be attained are given, as follows To prevent and avert industrial disturbances, to harmonize differ ences between employers and nloyes. with Justice to all cone fet that nis Ford car had beenTand releasee on bonds of J5. with the " . ,VaT ilt In front of his exception of one, who furnished , - mZmmmZLM n9 Mfnnt bon for his appearance in police . OTpatKtic strfkeaT lockouts and Btnier, assistant to the department educational and recreational officer " ie inspectors arrived in El Paso 1 ondav Thev report conditions good .ill alons the border except for the 'l.a that camp movies have been tarred until tne flu epidemic is er the bottle in his pocket. Simpson ar rested the man. At police headquarters CorfR. James OUverson, troop B. Seventh cavalry W held pending an investigation by federal authorities of his alleged vio lation of the llouoxv laws. Ultimate Consumer in El Paso Must Pay for Wage Increase in East the body returned to Meridian. STOLEN FORD C H FOCYDt AA OTHER REPORTED VTOLEA A Ford readier stolen February 13 rrom F H Knapp was found by the 1 olice Sundat night in an alley near tan ton and San Antonio streets. The tar apparentlj had been abandoned: it the thief report of R. B. Mason to the po- Kondav morning was to the ef- olen fro-r the curb i ome a i t? East Rio Grande street. Sunday night. FATHER DIES ON VISIT AT rrtTfr nrnpmp wt Tt Tmp i oun d dcusujc in illiauu word was reeerred in 1 Paso Sun day morniner to the effect that B. P Deyo, who liyea on a ranch near Ts leta, died Saturday night in Kewa nee. 11L, where he had gone to at tead his son. ISdward rhevn. wlwi m I ArimMrtv 111 th.rk7 "ft wti it ...' i il- How high wages In eastern textile ins; funeral arrangements has been mills affect retailers and ultimate received, but It Is expected that the consumers of clothing in Kl Paso was body will be buried at the old family described Monday by an official of the home 29 miles from Kewanee chamber of commerce who told of an I Mr Deyo was ill at the time he El Paso business man who has to pav left for Illinois and was accompanied lit percent more for his suits than i by his daughter. Miss Lata Deyo. he did two or three years afro This1 business secretary for" the T W G merchant had a standiuK order at 'A- in 1 Paso. In addition to this this season of the year of 104 suits of. daughter and the son in Kewanee. clothes for which he paid 15 a suit another son. Phillip Deyo, of El Now he can get but ten suits and be Paso survives. Mr. Deyo was (0 LADY LUCK G0ETH! SLEUTHS INTERUPT EARLY CRAP GAME Eleven men were arrested Sunday morning at an early hour py city de tectives, in a house on Magoffin avenue, where officials say the men KSSShoAummM wita 8tlci all ocmcerned, me men were Dooiceaas vagrants - t 4,,-i-t in h. arnrnflni e and relea exception NOTICE TO RANCHMEN I wifl have one car heavy Government barbed wire in EI Paso for local dutribfltian tbk week. This is same wire I have been sell ing is car lots to ranchmen direct at less than Wholesale prices. Yon must have tout order in my hands immediate!; if yon want to he protected on delivery for a few reels from this car, as it will be tee only car shipped into EI Paso for local distribution. I can also ship a few mare car loads of this wire to ranchmen' ' who can ate it, at exceedingly low price. Sample reel of this wire on display ia Clay Robkson & Co. office, in Sheldon Hotel lobby, EI Pass. Geo. E. Watson Sheldon Hotel, or General Delivery EL PASO, TEXAS I boycotts, an Illegal persecution of ! indiyidBalav ail of wnieh is a menace to tbtt Inrfnsrrial ill ill' itimm nf ruir it commwUty aad ovr country, and 1 tend to the undermining of constftu- i uonai ngnts. 1 To secure for employers and em- ployes the freedom of individual con ' tract in the matter of employment i To insure every one his ziitht to earn hi ing regardless oi nis member- has to pay S40 a piece for them the same suits he once got for $15. Wholesalers and tailoring com panies have to pay more, due to high wafres. it was snown in years old. CUXKD BY FATUEWS DEATH A- M. Badouh has been called ta fact. ?ay City, Texas, by the death of his oua, so years old. ' are his wife and waires were found to be so high that l2j "n5 ". M rears old- workers laid off half the time It ?""I ""L '"""T " ? was shown that scout, of the Afflil ? "l"g,ten- " another son, E. pula Private Braneb Bsa-bence j ler. H Ave. and S Aatonfo St. Automobilist Here is an End to Soiling Your Clothes $ on Dirty Auto Cushions MJjwyjffij&Hgi Pa!tTlA;iidFor Pstenwt&TcckBattcrj end Beat online M. Badouh. nusaiea oinami orre iuunu vui. . i j . i ti. 1 thelrmpTve arnd thV struck for. ORDERS FAVORABLE REPORT avotSrpde6 ThiV'co,? w0F KENYON-KENDRICK BILL was added to the price all the wayj Washington. D. C, Feb. IS. The down the line until the consumer , 8e",,e, agrieulUire committee has finally pays it oraerea isvorawe report or the re- ' "3 Vised Kenvan-ITefulrtck hill nmM- NF.W YORK TRAFFIC SOWIY nea'indutry1 resotet,on of BREAKING HEAVY SNOWDRIFTS!. ? measure propose. i . hicmuch. comouinoii oi enree to (Conllnced from pajee l. j take over powers and duties of the ship or non-membership in any or ganization. To prevent any interference with persons seeking through honest ef forts to work and earn an honest liv ing To protect every one in his law ful right to conduct his business or affairs as he deems proper, so long as he does not encroach on the rights of others. Yes, Girls Everybody Is using and talking about DKRWILLO the liquid tint It In stantly beautifies the complex ion. f makes a son rosy-wniie skin every one 'Just loves to touch " Over five hundred thousand gfrls and women are using It. Its a real beautifier, chat's what it is. Try tt today At toilet counters every v here. Tour money back if you don't like It. Adv . .w ivw-h Tau Af .w w. uvnm. ' . markets and the depart . - v -.. 77-. i- iinenx or aerwBitDm. Th Mtamia- nanieo oy a -b mite an nonr gaie -io -.. -aWSijllir M-miLmZLzZTTm and temneratnre near the xero mark .-i00-?1?.?""1 regnlattona for rrin from wo. wBt and aonth "".?5 "wnHlfy- were many hour late and many had been cancelled. Traffic on interurban electric lines was suspended for more than 24 hours. The storm came on the heels of a thaw, and slush soon turned to Ice and switches and signal systems were crippled. The railroads today ad vertised for 1000 extra men to help clear he jards. um trw.... rLr" - .. were many hour, late and many had ' iS&i3K?"2L: ",?.?- vided and appeals to the federal -V v i i ibh TheMusicYou K 11111 Most Enjoy Mm ! Played by the KanBI! aKa I World's Beit Artists ,9 MSMtSt ' This is what W-WWm m&EEBS&myk victrola mmm Has to offer you. mBtS, A small payment down will piece PffMmaTatl one in your home. A's about our mMHmJMR1 easy terms jggPsy'Biifejji j la &.1 SSBSHBEKBSBBssBaBBHJnaSHawal Vs! , isvas blsg. phoue 140a hV1 aBi mSE2H sssilMK rr P'S? '-?lfersiff':K fclSSSMHfo-A mm aHs S ill v ISJsSmay MsBB i r If I ISlaBtHMaMMBt' BfJssaKSslssI O O S BEattbfWsslBBsng5SaLf nHesMassStlu-Bssssi f HI wwmBm. ill courts cooid be taken from the eom P -J!'f orders. Fines of from $500 to $19,000 and Imprisonment of from six months to two years are fixed for violation of such orders. The bill would reenact various ex isting anti-trust acts applicable to the tnuias inauscry. HEAVY SNOWS IN EAST DELAY MISSOURI ELECTION SEEN WESTBOUND TRAIN TRAFFIC I AS G. 0. P. REPUDIATION Cleveland O Feb It Heavy ' ?as5lnjFton' F0- Elec snows in the east have delayed ail i!f..Cap ,jMeob MMigan, westDouna pa&senger and freight D." "t iwiisue oi nauons ao trains from' emht to ten hours and yocate. over John E. Frost. Republi inntHi (.LnhAiK n .aiav.i. can and leajrne oononiit in s,tn,- service officials of several roads an- ar"' contest in the Third Missouri aounced today congresajoaal district was hailed by VV " '-"aiainss oi cue Don- RACE TO ALASKA OIL FIELDS St Ssnf nuSt $ iSnt. AWAITS WILSON-S ACTION SeseSrohlaSe,ffSe!1'0lIci; Sewark Alaska. Feb 1 Word t organisations." " that presrient WIIsof has signed the President Wilson received the fol oil land leasing bill, throwing gov- , lowing telegram from P. H. Mover eminent reserves open to locators. i Jefferson City, Mo will be the starting signal for a race J?u"ODrra "show me' district, to southwestern Alaska country sup- Third, indicates its loyalty and Its posed to contain oil (commendation of yoax administration - i majority ror Mllllgan of 2500. THE WWA'I'HMT? ! Jto elweas to yon my pleaa- ijiXj VJii.iHJJJi inre and sincere nimuhhiL- : I BRYAN FORECASTS v- & dep41??r SShaSI,cbmdke ERTAN FORECASTS PLANKS ObMrrallosa Uken t I a. m. TJtb meridian time. Feb. 16 IMS WHEM ITS COMES TOTEOUraTVBE- A act m-t-usTrjsi TMANT3MKCR siB 1 FerecasU: El Pmmo and Tiefn- Nw Mexico and rxona Fair to- eht and Tuesday. no chance ia tern frature. Tneaday no chanse n temperature Wen Texas To- Good News for Motorists IT IS -with a great deal of satisfaction The Popular announces relief from cushion soiled clothes to its patrons among the motoring public. This is an of fering of Washable Cushion Slips, from the leading maker of fine Seat Covers, and they are so practical for every day service they wiH win your instant approval. These are on sale in Drapery Department, 6th Floor. Cover Dirty Cushions ' . and Prevent Soiled Clotlies Tbey cover the cushions you tit on and Jean against so your clothes caa't be spotted and stained from the accumulated dust on uncoveied seats. Wash them every week. They launder beautifully don't fade, and come out looking as fresh as new. Pot them nght in the tab they're pre-shnmk. Twenty mnrates will place the tack buttons for the first set. Then if simply unbutton the soiled and button on a clean set an easy 3-nunote job. That's the gratifying part of having them on your car yon need never put up with dirty cushions. A set and a change one on the ear, the other in Holiday's wash win save your dotfaes from all ugly smudges. are $2.50 to $5.00 Seat for Open H Enclosed Cars JM tha Tdb On tha Case Berk on tha Cat by hcM-pa&nteu? Asfy jot Fabric Card and Price List Mailed Upon Request, ATOLK?. BICYCUS5 BBCOVBRBD. Fifteen bicycles which are believed to hxve been recentlr stolen sere. were found on the streets at various places Sunday. The bicycle round up was made bv detective who are hoMlnff the bicycles at police head quarters for identification by the owners. I'r ai iunday Ras i rre roon llocau was Precipitation last 24 hoars (mcrcc) Stat- of weaber I Lowen T mp last night H ghest Temp est dr 1 Tf-rrp at rr J Ahiler" "Z 62 : riondy Amari o . 1. 46 1 t Cidy Atlanta . 14 34 H Jear CI oSo -2 4 -6 Pt Cldy. Cin nnati 0 12 0 Clear Drwr 18 32 IS dear Duluth a FL TASO 18 16 Pt-Cldr. Ga'vston . 52 52 Sfl tear Haue . 4 24 12 ' lear Kiicsas City 10 ij i Clear Ltttle Pock 13 4t Is Clear I os 4tikcS j -.; 14 F Cloudy e Orls-Ar 4fl S 4J Clear New 1 r. 8 30 Clear Phoenix 46 72 44 ( lear Roawell 26 60 26 Clear S Lroala t II 6 C ear alt 1 arte i 32 2 Z2 Clear SI1 VntO-lG 42 60 40 Pt Cldy San Frarris 48 j4 4S Cloudv Aaiita I Eft -r 3, 40 2 Pt Cldy Washin5lon 12 26 1- CIar IN DEMOCRATIC PLATFnniw aoTeUnd. a. Feb. 1. The PUin lSJerJS?S.r PoMOhea n Interview wltil William JennfncrB .. . ISSf1 at aral. FJa, n whl3i the xormer Xemnef-nt4. rxitiiu.. ii7tir ewr ? "Hies the priLdpiT planks onirtt nd Tues- kS." "",e"..u ? incorporated in the day ' "BB1?t1e national platform at the ii ""cisoo convention. Mr. Bryan says fee ioes not attempt to dictate, but merely snmmarizes his beliefs and opinions as a result of his study of the political pulse. He places the more Important planks In the following order Endorsement Af th niminlBiratiM -lieht and Tuesday ' of president Wilson; national probibl amy noud risiac , uon. woman suffrage opposition to lempenture in north ' enforced military training nnn.itin r"i'iOBo. .. ' J Profiteartng. taxation, labor prob In El Paso at noon Jems, public ownership. I 'ent terrpe-ature at t SMITH IS CANDIDATE FOR I REELECTION IN ARIZONA' Tucson Arli.. Feb. It. Senator Marcus A. Smith today announced mat ne wouia De a candidate before the Democratic primaries in Arizona for nomination for a third term in the senate next September. 3LtnSIIALI. OCT ON "OLD TIME DEMOCRATIC PITPOlUI." Washington. D c, Feb 1. Vice president Marshall. In a lftr tn R C Hoffman, of Fort Wayne. Ind, sec- j retarv of the TtMnnrnfix notlAlia)! committee, announced his candidacy as a delegate at large from Indiana to the coming San Franotseo conven tion upon an old time Democratic platform " In view of political gossip that vice president Marshall is slated to be come chairman of the Democratic platform committee, hU letter was read with especial Interest. I ComDaratrt e EI lao PreeiDitalkHi. Jan. 1 to Feb '6. inclusive 1916 CS in. I in to J--b la inclusive 191 it a Jan 1 to Feb. IS inclusive 191$ 1 21 in Jap 1 o Feb. 15 inclusive 1919 27 in. Jas 1 to Feb 15 inclusive 190 1 81 in. (trtl Jan tj Feb. If tncluslte SI in. A6k AGHE Umber Up With Penetrating Hamlln'8 Wizard OH A harmless and cJTeetrre oreoarx- Soa to relieve the pains oi Rheoxna iism. Sciatica. Lame Bad: and Lum bago is Hamlin's Wizard 03. It pen etrates qtnckly. drives out soreness, ind umbers trp stifi aching joints and muscles. Y02 have no idea how rueful it will be found tn cases of erery day ailment or mishap, when there is seed of an immediate healing, anti septic application, as in cases pi sprains, bruises, cats, barns, bites and stings. Get it from drnsgists for 30 cents. If not satisfied return the bottle and get your money back. Ever constipated or have side headache? Inst try Wtxard Liver Whips, pleasant little pink pills. cents. Guaranteed. TRUNKS BAZAAR as SOLTd EJL PASO ST. Opposite Albambrtx 1 Constipation u women's worst I enemy. DR.TDTTS LITER PILLS regulate asd cleanse. Tfce great remedy for women's special IBs. To Pr&vesii Take Si uimn T&M&is" Be sure you get the Genuine , Look for this eignature Be Young In Body, Mind and Looks Despite Your Years CHIEE MIMSTERS RESIGV Washington D C Feb 16 Lou TfeneT-Tsiang- Chinese minister or scFFnAcir: court contest 4 MAT NULLIFY ELECTIOV ew York. Feb IS GrautinK of , woman suffrage "over the head of the people" by legislative act can- i not stand the test In the courts that ' will Inevitably easae.- la the asser- i tlon made by the National Assocla- I tlon Opposed to 'Woman Suffrage These cases." the ststMnsni - forelln affairs, aid Chen LeT Tic. ' Sn5J JSu rrwom?r.tlt0n vV. Af , ' minister have rdsitned according; to ' year wglMiot onVoM no ufwhl'l a dispatch to the1itate department to- tlon result as dll the Havif TillS da from Peking- No particulars conn&t PoSlMy nssltTte S ' re -iven second election." y&te maezsk hs$ price ofcoffe causes many cofiee drmEers to turn their atten tion to InstantPostum Tbs fsLrtxuxt tewimf U tfiop ooT KkI. IwItdci tih Conrc dnxg.a$tm nd Its ncH flsror pxtica!ai' MppctJm to those oMXwtometi to caffe fttta&Ic TKer ltsU teen no incrtfiM Im taufena. Gcod forung and CM Ks-tyi id re, bouu. UiWRITTEN LAW TO BE PLEA OF MAN IN SHOOTING CASE I Santa Fe, N M. Feb IS. J D j laiicero shot and killed Ceyetano j Leyba on the main street of Cr rillos yesterday morning. Locero is assistaot pit boss of mine No 4 at Madrid. He used an autobxatic pistol aad fired six shots, all taking ef fect. His surrender to a deputy ' sheriff was voluntarily It Is understood the unwritten law ' will be pleaded as part of the de "ence. Lneero is now separated from, his wife and a dlroree suit is pend ing in the district court at Albu- i querque. CANADIAN ASSEMBLYMAN ' ACQUITTED OF LIBEL CHARGE Winnipeg. Man Feb 16 F J Dixon, a member of the provincial assembly was acquitted today of seditious libel in promoting the Winnipeg general strike last -ir The jur had been out since Satur 'A "ft. rn n 1 B Tusill nit rom Dixoi w i acrustil of id operat'ng was con-wcted of sditioua conspiracy, recent'y and sentenced to I . two xaara ta " -. i How often you have wished that you could indulge in the strenu ous exercise of our. door sports with the vigor and enthusiasm of youth! But the end of the week finds you all in you are tired, listless and lack the energy togo out f or a vigorous walk or a rwind of the links or zny other exercise that re enures ranch physical exer tioa Many a man, even in his middle forties, has a vague feeling that he t3 "getting old 'and nght at a time when be shoaldbe at his very best physically. Andbeisgrowineold.Dot is the sense that the years are pressing heavily npoo him bat in the sense that hi3 vital forces are wasting away faster than Nature re places the worn oat tisanes. ' tpS B 5 w CldTr '0&s on the box. 30c A W, m MAT Eases Quickly When Yea Apoly 3 Little Mnsterofe. And Mnsterote won't blister hi-e fit iLT fiiiiliiin mit W..M.I i-. .1 i ' Jas sorrad ir b with vtjut fingers I B oenetnte!) to the "son? 5pot iti 3 gsDbV tmgte, loosens tbe cxgigestion and draws not the soreness and nam. , Wnstemie is 3- dean, white omt itjem raade with o3 rf custard It i? fnwte qnick refief frras sore throat, brnnrlnlDt. toosihti& onrp, sn neck, aaahma. neuralgia, beaihe. crsigesbos, pspmibji, rhwnqaticrn ionrj , bapa nejne and aches ot the back 01 Kni'ts.sprHns.soreHnEcles.bruises.cfcx! I Naros. frosted fcet coWs on the chest. Nnthrac like Mosterole for mmrt.L dren. Keep it handy for rastant osrs, 30c and 60c jars hcsntsl size SCJQ Thousands yes millions of people find themselves m thn conditiaD early m hf& And there is no ezcose for it Ton can cheek that tendency to grow old. Ton can carry your yoatb with its joys and enthusiasm into yoor TOsandSO's Sat yoo most give Nature afl the ifcetp yon can Ts best airiitimi ran can Sad iW. sace of a onnd. eoaatraetrra eliaiaeter Is ta tkaaa ot IhRB9 Vritw tjd or 3oot e IsVJalv " x'1n1n our tyx I WmWA ttm ot m'ITin deposits I W at V OUXll COOJioUBfJ j9SLJB9kf "" q--'no a eta. fKJ Um din arts; n I ;ic O ly tlkalTM u- tbMt, " tui WMUtatd. The Great General Tonk It tnricfcf tftt Wood-ceoUr rtnnalUM Man. fner oi Kfofi to aonami ctiTitT brmr back yoor pep pacch ud racstal ncor-ela immj tfaat tired wont-oat fed lac and replace it wit, a spunt of uiovmocy LYKO t a duDnetivc prepamtKm. cimttti&cmBj cor rect id teoa.bination of rrifdteica rturvdieDto aod tberv'a oothmir more iotiurtins roore at1 ,tcenrne or more r. baiidirrg sp?ciHy Dencrit I f r n ! c's ciit "ceno and rurwlown poop'e of all pon-1 f Oft a bottle frrxn yOTJtrnircist x4 -n, rrr-w Vl i fev' hf fnf It. ! El Paso Bank r:i Tii a-rn j tASTSCnnAeiTtwctra-;jff a,.-..r?i! Lvko Medicine Cn. "CI SU. wrf 1L44 reiau 4TU.ita. A.nwa ,U - .w t nil Maizos and sLer Wme far ''Passover w il he rjroJeJ by the Rl-- 1. Scjei.ater and B, Cohen.