El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 20, 1913 Page: 4 of 16
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EL PASO HERAU)
"Wednesday 'August 20 1913
I We Are Still Sell
I Suits at Cost a
and have placed on sale for the monf h of August
our ENTIRE line of summer suits and trousers
$25 Suits all go at $18.50 $20 Suits all go at $14.50
$ 1 5 Suits all go at . . . $10.50
$8.00 Trousers all go
$6.00 Trousers all go
$3.00 Trousers all go at
$7.00 Flannel Pants
$6.00 Flannel Pants
$3.00 Straw Hats now $1.50 1 $4.00 Straw Hals now $2.00
$2.00 Straw Hats now . . . $1.00
I 107 Ban Antonio St. ( Harris ICrapp Prop.
SEVERE COUGH LED
TO LUNG TROUBLE
Sufferers with Lung Trouble are
rarely willing to acknowledge the fact.
If you have a so-called "cold" that has
long persisted; qr a cough that keeps
j ou anxious; or any of the symptoms
of Lung Trouble such as fever or night
sweats weakness loss of appetite or
perhaps some raising of mucous take
Eckman's Alterative as Mr. Betters-
Bowling Green Ky B. To. 4.
"Gentlemen: The spring of 1908 I
had a severe cough for six months. I
tried all the medicine that my doctors
recommended to me but no results
came for the better. I had night
sweats and would cough and spit until
I got so weak I could hardly do any-
thing. But at last James Deering of
Glasgow Junction insisted that I try
your medicine. In one week's time
there was quite an improvement in my
condition and after I had taken several
bottles I felt as well as ever in my life.
I desire the world to know that I firmly
believe that your Eckman's Alterative
will cure any case of lung trouble if
taken before the last stage."
TXffldavit) .A. C. BETTERSWORTH.
(Above abbreviated; more on re-
quest) . .
Eckman's Alterative has been
proven by many years' test to be most
efficacious in cases of severe Throat
and Lung Affections. Bronchitis.
Bronchial Asthma Stubborn Colds and
in upbuilding the system. Does not
contain narcotics poisons or habit-
forming drugs. For sale by Kelly &
Pollard Knoblauch Drug Co Peoples
Drug Store and other leading drug-
gists. Write the Eckman Laboratory.
Philadelphia Pa. for booklet telling
of recoveries and additional evidence-
MOTHER DIES AFTER
17TH CHILD IS BORN
Eight Children. Sunive Hn. John
O'Donnell Aged 30 of Columbus
Ohio Sister Dies on Same Day.
Columbus O. Aug. 20. Following
the birth of her 17th child. Mrs. John
O'Donnell aged 39 died at a local hos-
pital. A few hours before her death
Mrs. O'Donnell received notice of the
death of her sister Mrs. Norah Fulton
at "Washington Court House Ohio.
Harry Murphy of this city a nephew
of Mrs. O'Donnell died on the same day.
Besides her husband Mrs. O'Donnell
is survived by eight of their 17 chil-
dren. Mr. OMJonnel is the father of 28
children eleven having been born un-
der a former marriage. He is a rail-
nFTY VOLUNTEER FOR
SOUL SAVING CAMPAIGN
The bic teat meeting of the East El
Paso Baptist church continues to grow
in interest and numbers. A large com-
pany was in attendance last night. The
pastor preached on "Soul Winning." his
text being taken from Proverbs 11:30.
At the clese about 50 Christians ex-
pressed themselves as willing and ready
to become soul winners. A number "went
forward for prayers.
"With S. S. S. Ton Can Tell Poisoned
Blood to Be Gone
The appearance of boils leads many
people to consider them a sign of ro-
bust constitution. They are more apt
to signify a condition of sick blood.
It sounds queer to take a blood bath
but that is precisely the effect when
you use that remarkable remedy S. S. S.
It has the peculiar action of soaking
through the intestines directly into the
blood. In a few minutes its influence is
at work in every artery vein and tiny
capillary. Every membrane every or-
gan of the body every emunctory be-
comes in effect a. filter to strain the
blood of impurities.
And best of all this remarkable rem-
edy is -welcome to the weakest stomach.
You cii get S. S. S. at any drug store.
It is a standard remedy recognized
everywhere as the greatest blood anti-
dote ever discovered. Beware of any
effort to sell you something claimed
to be "Just as good." If yours is a
peculiar case and you desire expert
advice write to The Swift Specific Co
J85 Swift Bldg. Atlanta Ga.
Boils Are a I
Bad fstf cation
AOSUST SALE OF TfiOUSEf
$4.00 Trousers all go at $3.00
$5.00 Flannel Pants now $2.50
$4.00 Flannel Pants now $2.00
All afternoon and evening trains for
"Wednesday are reported o ntime.
Dr. Bryan Dentist. 107 El Paso St-
Dr. Bi-aneh Cralge practice limited
to diseases of children and obstetrics.
Dixon Goes to San Diego.
Charles B. Dixon Jr. the immigra.
tion official who was shot in Juarez ou
Saturday July 26by Mexican federals
leaves today for San Diego Calif.
where"-he will remain for a month en-
joying a vacation.
Card of Thanks.
"We desire to thank our friends and
neighbors for their kindness and friend-
ly assistance during our trouble which
took from us our littje boy. Such
kindness can never be repaid by any
expression of onrs.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Robinson.
Have "V'onr Electrical "Work done by
the Texas Electrical Supply Co. 75
cents per hour. 25 percent saved on
fixtures. 119 N Stanton St. Phone.
Dr. Morford moved to S18 Mills Bldg.
La Fnvorita" Hair Tonic.
Superior hair dressing. Clerks and
office people will be pleased with its
result. Makes the head cool and pleas-
ant and is positively pure. Stops dan-
druff at once. One bottle will prevent
most any case of falling hair; promotes
the growth. It will give satisfaction
to anyone in need of a tonic Eight-
ounce bottle $1.00. Sent by mail to
any address. If not satisfactory money
returned at onee. Louis Kuntscher
Elephant Butte N. M.
Dr. Bleczel dentist R.-B. Bldg.
For calling and receptions ride In
the $S0Q0 limousine of Longwell's.
Dr. Pearce Osteopathic physician has
returned. US Mills Bldg.
Two Killed In North Dakota Wreck.
Crary N. D. Aug. 20. Two unidenti-
fied men were killed another man was
fatally and 20 passengers were slightly
hurt when the Oriental Limited on the
Great Northern railroad was wrecked
here late tonight. The engine mail
car baggage car smoker and two day
coaches left the rails.
Dr. Garrett stomacn. Intestines and
Internal diseases. 403 Roberts-Ban. Bid.
Dr. Ebert Dentist 216-218 Mills Bldg.
Dr. Camcon dentist. 228 Mesa Ave.
Women Offer to Adopt Orphnn.
New York Aug. 20. Fashionably
gowned women have visited Bellevue
hospital in numbers with offers to
adopt Elizabeth Heath the 18 year old
San Francisco girl who attempted sui-
cide by drinking poison in a park after
wandering homeless for two weeks.
Dr. Jamleson diseases at kidneys
bladder rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg.
Dr. Silas Ballard eye ear. nose throat
electro-therepeutics. 412 Mills Bldg.
Prompt Txancfcr Service.
For prompt baggage livery hack
rid freight transfer call Pomeroys El
I'aso Transfer. Phone 2444.
Getn Long Term for Burglaries.
Denver Colo Aug. 20. Clyde H. Pit-
ney who confessed to burglary on five
counts recently and admitted having
given perjured testimony in the second
trial of Harold F. Henwood for the
killing of George E. Copeland was sen-
tenced from one to five years in the
penitentiary on each count the sen-
tences to run concurrently.
Dr. Rstllff dentist 204 Caples Bldg-
Oregon Grocery S05 N. Ore. phone 172L
Baggage nutos they move your
trunks quickest. Phone 1. Longwell'3.
Rockefeller Fears More Fire.
Tarrytown N. Y. Aug. 20. Deputy
sheriffs and private guards have been
thrown about the estate of John D.
Rockefeller with instructions to keep
a lookout for strangers and to watch
the movements of several new em-
ployes. The reason for the precaution
was the discovery of a quantity of in-
flamable material near the Japanese
r. Xertle Satterlee osteopath 41Q
Mills Bldg phone 141-
Dr. Paget dentist Bot Roberts-Banner.
Dr. A. T. stm Osteopathic infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins physician in chief.
Dr. M. Alkire. lady specialist; Dr. Carl
Gibson 201 W. Missouri street They
cured others. They can cure you.
Claims Wife Threatened Son.
Greeley. Colo.. Aug. 20. Mrs. Edna
M. Dodge aged 22 -was arrested on
complaint of her husband who charged
her with threatening to kill their 14
months old son. Saturday according
to the county officials Mrs. Dodge
went to Fort LuDton and atmnt.ed to
5.00 Trousers all go at $3.75
buy carbolic acid with which to kill
her child and committ suicide.
Drs. Bowlby & IIottIIjj-. Osteopathic
Physicians. 711 Mills Bldg. Phone 4251.
Wallpaper at cost ror next 30 days.
A. Golding 110 S. Stanton.
Dr. Hurley phones 4083 and 275. Dis-
eases of children and nervous troubles.
Tiro Forget Licbts.
IT. S. Stewart and "W. F. Payne were
docketed at the police station by mo-
torcycle policeman Corart Tuesday
night on a charge of operating their
automobiles without the tail lights
burning. Their cases will come up in
the corporation court.
Ye Motor Works has Harley Davidson
on sale. A bargain. Call at once 481
Mills street. y
DR. AUGUST MAVERICK
IS KILLED BY NEGRO
News has been received here of the
killing of Dr. August Maverick of San
Antonio and a member of the well
known Maverick family of that city
by a negro named Lee Johnson who
entered the Maverick home for the ap-
parent purpose of assaulting a German
servant girl employed at the Maverick
home. The negro had shot the serv-
ant girl twice when Dr Maverick ar-
rived on the scene unarmed. The ne-
gro shot him three times in the neck.
He died in the sight of his wife and
mother who were in the adjoining
bedchamber. The negro then ran and
attempted to strike the little daughter
of Dr. Maverick when William H.
Maverick father of Dr. Maverick firea
at him striking him In the arm.
The negro then ran and was captured
by a policeman while sneaking through
the grass. He admitted killing the
San Antonio doctor but said that this
was accidental as he had intended to
shoot the servant girl who refused to
have anything to do with him.
Dr. Maverick has many friends in El
Paso and a number of relatives in the
southwest including Norvill Welch of
Orogrande N. M.
"LAW AXD OUTLAW" AGAIN.
oeu? retu BSLtsra jjiciure j.ne t
liw ana me uunaw will be shown
at the Wigwam today for the last time.
The limit In realism is reached in this
remarkable picture. There is a real
roundup; a woman is saved from an in-
furiated bull by Tom Mix who "bull-
dogs" it; in the duel real bullets are
used; the outlaw is dragged by his
stirrup by a running horse and there
are many other thrills in the picture.
"The Accusing Hand" is the two-reel
feature for Thursday. This is another
of Romaine Fielding's peculiarly In-
teresting photoplays. It is a silent
third degree that proves most effective.
It is equally as good as Mr. Fielding's
great "Toll of Fear." It will be shown
one day only. Pathe Weekly No. 37 will
also be part of the program. Adver-
tisement. AT THE ALAMO TODAY.
"The Life We Live" a. heart gripping
western drama by the well known & &
A. company of Chicago will be shown
tonight at the Alamo. This film Is a
very vivid portrayal of man's trials and
temptations In every-day life and is
alone well worth tho price of admis-
sion. "The Legend of Lover's Leap"
will also be shown. It la ope of the
strongest Lubin releases of the year.
These two absolutely new reels are
supported by a comedy and an educa-
tional picture each of great Interest
and well worth while. Advertisement.
JAPENESE NOVELTY PICTURE.
"Banzai" a two reel feature with
scenes laid in To kio' Japan and Cali-
fornia will be shown at the Grecian
today. It's a very strong military pic-
ture and entirely different from the
usual run of military pictures. You'll
surely like it!
"Ashes" will be shown Friday. This i
is a great picture not only artistic but I
aeugnuui. Irving cummings is feat-
ured in this and does some of the most
remarkable character work ever at-
tempted In the history of the stage.
It is a wonderfully interesting drama
of love infatuation intrigue and saci i-
flce. You must see this by all means.
Saturday the Grecian will give you
a musical treat "Tannhauser" a pic-
ture adopted from the opera In three
reels with Marguerite Snow and James
Cruze will be shown and a special
orchestra has been secured for the oc-
casion. Don't forget it Saturday and
QUARRELS IVITn "WIFE. HIDES
IN CAR; HELD TO GRAND JURV
Because he had a quarrel with his
wife. Blain Williams a negro Tuesday
c.voUU.. "-"'"mu a oouinwestern
boxcar loaded with oranges intending
iY --- "" uuiwiown. -mat was
the statement he made to justice of
the peace E. B. McCHntock Wednes-
day morning during his preliminary-
hearlng on a charge of burglary of a
boxcar. Williams was held tn the
grand jury in the sua of $300 to an-
swer to the charge.
Options to Be Secured on Lands Under Elephant Butte
Project and Sales Agents Who Will Handle Them
Are Appointed; Water Users' Association '
to Give Assistance to New Settlers.
Las Cruces N. M. Aug. 20. At a
meeting of the board of directors of the
Water Users' association held In Las
Cruces plans for the publicity and
Immigration work to be carried on this
fall and winter were discussed and out-
lined. Plans were completed for obtaining
options on lands and locating or sales
agents were selected. The lands under
the project in New Mexico were divided
into three districts and agents selected
to work each district. The Hatch
Realty company located at Hatch N.
M. composed of Dr. J. E. Bonar and J.
H. Jones was appointed agent fon the
northern district M. B. Stevens llugh
Clary Wm. Palmer jr. and Fred S.
Hess with office in Las Cruces were
appointed agents for the Central dis-
trict and H. R. Hannum. Telles N. M..
was appointed agent for the southern
Nevr Methods Adopted.
New methods are being adopted by
the association which II is believed
will be appreciated by the new comer
or prospective purchaser of land. The
old method of sending out highly em-
bossed and profuself illustrated lit-
erature with text of exaggerated state-
ments will not be followed. Honest
and frank statements of conditions
what the land will produce and what
others have been able to do will be
made and every effort used to place
people in the right place where they
will be most likely to succeed. Every
possible assistance will be given the
new farmer after he has been located.
Will Sell Thronch Oivn Agents.
One of the big features of the asso-
ciation's plan now completed is that
the lands it has for sale will all be
under option and will be sold only
through its own exclusive sales or lo-
cating agents. There will not be a
sliding scale of prices on the land: the
locating agents will be under the di-
rection of the association at all times
and the lands can only be sold for the
one price the price given in the option
held In the office of the secretary of
immigration of the association.
The work of the Water Users' asso-
ciation will be greatly strengthened by
the help which the reclamation service
plan to render and which will be unusu-
Blanchard Will Show Vlenn.
C. J. Blanchard statistician of the
reclamation service who recently vis-
ited the valley will deliver In the
neighborhood of 60 lectures in the east
this fall and winter and will show in
his stereoptlcan views scenes of the
valley In New Mexico under the pro-
ject photographs of which were taken
by the government photographer who
accompanied Mr. Blanchard on his re-
cent trip. In addition to the publicity
Mr. Blanchard and his department will
give the country he will forward to the
Water Users' association as many of
the good inquiries he receives in -his
office as the association can properly
Railroad to Assist.
C. L. Seagraves. general colonization
agent of the Santa Fe. and N. H. Reed
assistant general advertising agent
who visited Las Cruces said that they
would do everything they could to sup-
plement and advance the association's
work. They agreed that when the as-
sociation ads were appearing in a cer-
tain section that they would carry
large Santa Fe ads in the papers of
that section calling attention to the
lands under the Rio Grande project in
New Mexico. The ads will not be gen
eral New Mexico ads but will be spe-
cifically on this section. If the associ-
ation should through its advertising
create sufficient interest in a certain
section to warrant sending a represen-
tative to that section to talk person-
ally with the people the Santa Fe will
send one of its experienced men to
that section to work with them.
It is believed there can be no doubt
about the success of the work now be-
ing undertaken. At this day and time
after the many crooked land schemes
where people have been fleeced or un-
fortunately located -where success has
been impossible the plan of the "Water
Users association of New Mexico will
appeal to the man who is seeking a
new home and a place to engage in
farming where conditions will work
with him for success and where ho
will have "the assistance and full co-
operation of an association of farmers.
Melon Season Xear Close.
The cantaloupe shipments from Las
Cruces are decreasing from day to day.
In about 10 days the season will close.
Carload shipments have been made
during the season to the east
The choir of the Christian Endeavor
society of the Presbyterian church was
entertained at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Lytton Taylor last evening. A
part of the time was spent In practice.
Refreshments were served.
The Ladies of the Maccabees will
hold a meeting in Elks' halL Friday
Misses Fannie and Floy French and
Misses Lute and Beth Foster who have
been in Europe this summer arrived
in Philadelphia on Monday and will
return to Las Cruces soon.
J. O. Chapman of Tucson was a
business visitor here yesterday.
Miss Edna Holt and Miss Jettie God-
dard have returned from Jackson N.
M. where they have been visiting at
the home of the latter's father W. P.
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Campbell yester-
day afternoon gave a birthday anni-
versary party for their daughter. Eli-
zabeth GIbbs aged 5 years. The follow-
ing guests were present: William Suth-
erland jr. Maurine Dyne. Glover Deo
Seale Frank and Maxine Stevens.
Maude Smith Anna Hough Frances
Hess Ruth Cormany Mary and Martha
Vermillion. Marie Snow Mary and Mc-
Bride Jones Genevieve and Paul Me-
Bride Jack Center Edwin and Charles
Wade Billie Evans Harriett and Louise
Hunter Hayden and Cormaleth Smith
A Barbed Wire- Cut Collar
or Saddle. Gall not properly
healed leaves a disfiguring
Is the Right Remedy for All
Abrasions of the Flesh.
Tf tVi wound Is cleansed antJ
tho liniment applied promptly.
tho neanng ptutcM ockius at
riTir-r. and the wound heals from
the Insido outwardly thus per-
forming a perfect cure that
leaves no scar. If tho wound
heals on tho outsldo too quick-
ly pus forms under the sur-
. .ind breaks out into a. run
ning sore that is hard to cure
and inevitably leaves a bad
Owners of Wooded stock nre-
fer this liniment to all others
for that reason and they use it
not only on fine animals but
on human flesh as It does its
70rk quickly and thoroughly.
"Price 25c. COc and SI.CO.
JamesF.Ballard.Prop. StLouts.Mo. i
Stephens Eye Salve Is a healing i
cinuncnt ur ooro Byes.
THE MESILLA ALLEY
Harry and Robert Porter and Kath-
The color scheme of decorations was
pink and white. Refreshments were
served in the dining room. The birth-
day cake bearing five burning can-
dles was a great pleasure to the chil-
dren. Mrs. Campbell was aided In enter-
taining and serving the children by
Mesdames E. C. Wade jr.. E. H. Stett-
mund. H. B. Holt Tutwiler Hunter and
Misses Fern Reeves and Tutwiler. Out-
door games afforded amusement for
MJsss Elizabeth Gibbs was the re-
cipient of numerous and beautiful gifts.
E. H. Alton and daughter were in
town yesterday. They will leave soon
for New York city and later Miss Al-
ton will enter school at Georgetown.
Mrs. Antonio Rouise and two chil-
dren have returned home from a visit
in El Paso.
Address the Teachers.
State superintendent of schools.
White and president Wright of the
Silver City normal and Prof. Conoway.
of State College -were among the
speakers at the teachers' institute yes-
terday. A large traction engine and grader
have been received by Dona Ana coun-
ty for road work in the county.
Mrs. T. J. Gylfil went to EI Paso
R. E. Bassett wife and daughter.
Miss Elizabeth -went to El Paso this
morning. Mr. Bassett will return this
evening but Mrs. Bassett and daugh-
ter will remain "for a few days' visit
with Capt and Mrs. P. K. Brice oa
DANCE AT ANTHONY
IS SOCIAL FEATURE
Anthony N. M.. Aug. 20. An infor-
mal dance was given at the Geek hall.
Luncheon was served at a confectionery.
Those present were: Mesdames L. M.
Heineman and Lender Mobley Misses
Sana Buna and Felicia Carpenter. Ellen
Sykes Lora Story Mabel Bowden and
Grace Story Messrs Claude Mobley
Jack and George Clubbs Efton Scog-
gins Qlnie Keese Tony Ferlet Ren-
nick LIvesay Frank and Bennett Kan-
cock. The Berino boys won two ball games
here. The first game was played with
Canutillo Berino winning on a score of
7-9 and the score of the second which
was played with Anthony was 9-11 in
favor of Berino.
Dr. A. E. Lauson has returned from
Cloudcroft after spending several days
with his family there.
Miss Louise Livesay who has-been
visiting in Anthony for the past month
returned to her home in La Mesa for
a few days.
The reclamation camp working on
the high line canal survey has moved
its location from Berino to Anthony.
Miss Ethel Spencer has a position In
Price's store at Berino and will enter
upon her new duties September 1.
Rev. O. A Morris of Berino filled his
regular appointment here this week.
Lorraine M. Ferlet is spending sev-
eral weeks in Cloudcroft
Miss Jimmie Brooks has returned
from east Texas where she has been
spending six weeks with friends and
Mr. and Mrs. L. Jegers are receiving
congratulations upon the arrival of a
C. A. Thompson was a business caller
in El Paso.
Orval C Story who went to San
Marcial about a week ago to take ex-
aminations for a telephone operator
successfully passed his examinations
and has been transferred from Mesilla
Park to Engle. N. M.
Miss Hilda Creamer of Mesquite N.
M. was a business caller in Anthony.
Clark Rishaberger of Berino. was In
Anthony on business this week.
CoL Eugene Van Patten and party of
the Texas-New Mexico state line sur-
vey from Las Cruces were here In
their auto to meet their field wagon at
Courchesne's bridge and come back
over the prospective new line.
Dr. Barney Brooks of St Louis Mo.
who has been visiting his parents. J.
S. Brooks and wife for several weeks
has returned to his post of duty at
Washington hospital St Louis. He was
accompanied as far as EI Paso by his
The baseball boys will give a dance
at Geek's hall. Friday August 29.
Mrs. W. Nash has left for Ft. Worth
Tex. where she will join her husband
who is working with the bridge gang
there. She has been spending a week
with Mr. and Mrs. J. Mobley and as
accompanied to El Paso by Mrs. L. M.
FOUND IN FLORIDA
Pensacola Fla. Aug. 20. Charles H.
Villar a contractor found an iron chest
buried in the shallow waters of Bavou
Chico. The chest contained Spanish
doubloons and silver lires estimated at
S70.000.Nlt is believed the treasure was
buried by pirates who made the bayou
their rendezvous in the early days.
ON BENJAMIN" CLOTHES
We use the "DlctoDhonc."
DRACGHOX'S BUSINESS COLLKGE
It. F. Davis. Vjinncer. Phone i'lSi
Subscribers failing to get
The Herald promptly should
call at the office or telephone
No. 2030 before 6:30 p. m.
All complaints will receive
That Underfeed Furnace or Boiler
be installed in your new home and you
will save at least 50c on each dollar of
your Goal bills.
etnea ql moores
508 South El Paso Street
Out of Town Orders Solicited
We have just installed a complete
stamps of all kinds. The work; is
our prices are reasonable.
"OPPOSITE THE ORNDORFF."
Let Us Solve Your Motoring
Problems in The El Paso Herald
WE have made arrangements with William H. Stewart Jr. who as
president of the Stewart Automobile Academy of New York City is
recognized a-s the leading authority in the motor educational field in this
country to answer your motoring problems and discuss your comments.
Each week-end we will publish a series of motoring questions and
answers together with other helpful hints to motor car owners which will
constitute the best newspaper feature printed endeavoring to educate the
automobile owner in the proper and economic use of his pleasure car and
commercial motor vehicle.
Read this feature in The El Paso Herald every week. Let us answer
your queries and discuss your comments. Tell us of your experiences for the
benefit of the other fellow. Correspondence is solicited awl should be ad-
dressed to Motoring Department The El Paso Herald.
The Herald insists on having "bona fide signatures to all communica-
tions but when requested will publish initials or nom a 3 plumes only.
Will Investigate School Lands in 35
Counties Dates for Midland Fair
Are Decided Upon.
Midland Tex.. Aug. 20. The members
of the school land appraisal commissyn
have left Midland on their long trip
over the school lands of west Texas.
In the party were: K. W. Priest chair-
man; J. T. Robinson land commissioner;
L. E. Cowling secretary of the commis-
sion and a stenographer G. O. Norriss.
Here is a new method by -which
you (like thousands of men all over
the world are doing today) may
secretly treat yourself without
drugs or medicines with a view to
quickly restoring your feelings of
youth that you may get back your
complete vigorous vital health and
strength. Everything Is explained in
my illustrated booklet for men.
which I will gladly send to you free
sealed by mail just as soon as you
write for it. Please use the free
As to your own present
physical condition let me say
from a close personal observa-
tion of hundreds of thousands
of cases of lost vitality in
young middle-aged and elderly
men. covering an experience
of over 30 years 1 honestly
believe that ".Lost Vitality" as
we term it is actually no real
disease in itself at all and
that under certain favorable
circumstances any man any-
where can easily and perma-
nently restore his own full
strength and nerve force if he
but make an honest conscien-
tious effort along certain
common sense lines which I
am able to suggest and which
include absolutely no medi
cines or drugs of any kind. You simply use a 1
my invention cauea me sanuen jneaiin ueit. wnicn you wear comfortably
around your waist during sleep for 60 to 90 days. That is absolutely all
there is to the whole treatment excepting of course you are expected
to lead a decent manly life free from debilitating excesses and dis-
sipation. This Health Belt in itself Is a marvel of power and
sends a great soft even flow of vitality into your blood organs and nerves.
"Wearers the world over say it takes all pain and weakness at of the back
often from one application and builds up the strength thus giving back the
full vigor of youth so you soon find yourself answering: "Never felt better
In my life" to your friends' greetings: while they secretly marvel at the
great change for the better which has come over you. With special at-
tachments the Health Belt Is also a wonderful treatment for rheumatism
kidney liver stomach bladder disorders etc
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I have compiled (and will send to you 'ree) a. little SS-page illustrated
book (pocket size) which is meant as a complete private guide for men.
young or elderly single or married. You can sise yourself up exactly from a
careful reading of this book. It reveals certain tyuths and gives a clear
wholesome Idea of those great vital subjects which should be familiar to
every man. It fully describes my Health Belt and tells you how and where
you may secure one to wear for the restoration of your own strength. As
soon as I hear from you I will forward the book by mail In plain sealed
envelope. There Is absolutely no obligation involved In accepting this free
book as over a million have been sent all over the world. If in or near
this city it will pay you to call and test the Health Belt Hours 9 to 6
Sundays 10 to 1.
K. A. S.Y.DEN CO 1261 Urondvray. Sew York X. Y.
Dear Slr& Please forward me your book as advertised free sealed.
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outfit for the manufacture of rubber
guaranteed absolutely satisfactory and
They will cover a total of 32 counties
and their travels will end at a point not
far from the mouth of the Rio Grande.
They are traveling in a big car and are
carrying a complete eamping outfit.
Plans are being- completed for the sec-
ond annual fair in Midland count v to be
held September 25 26 and 27. Among the
principal attractions planned is a babv
contest in which the babies shown are
given a careful examination by experi-
enced physicians and points of excel-
lence entered on a scientifically prepared
score card thus placing the baby show
on the impartial and scientific basis jhat
the stock shows have long enjoyed.
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