The Daily Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 125, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 5, 1906 Page: 6 of 12
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THE SAN ANTONIO DAILY EXPRESS:
SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1906.
ON PART OF FRISCO
AGAIN TALKED OF
Party of High Officials of Yoakum=
Hawlev-Moore Syndicate Mak*
ing a Tour of Texas.
san antonians will
be glad of extension
The declaration has gone out thnt the
party of Rock Island-Frisco officials
now touring Texas, and presumably
headed for San Antonio, is in this State
in the interest of the Brady extension.
The Brady extension, which has been
talked of for a long time, would bring
about the practical entrance of the Frisco
into San Antonio. The connection would
be made from Brady, the southwestern
terminus of the Frisco in Texas, to
Comfort, Waring, or some other small
station on the Aransas Pass-Kerrville
branch. This would, of course, moan
that Frisco through cars and through
freight would reach San Antonio over
this branch of the Sap.
In case the Brady extension were built,
it would very likely be built directly
into San Antonio. That would make
San Antonio the terminus of the Frisco
in Texas, as is this city now for the Mis-
souri, Kansas & Texas. If the Yoakum
interests were to decide on a. through
line from San Antonio to Houston, or
if they were to put up sufficient funds
to acquire the Sap which, under its
present reorganized management, is
starting out on a policy of economy, re-
trenchment in expenses, and evident in-
tention to make money, the Brady ex-
tension would become a valuable prop-
erty. If these intentions are not actu-
ating the Frisco-Rock island interests
and if at the same time they are sincere
in their often renewed protestations that
the Brady extension will be built some
day, it is evident that the extension con-
templates merely the entrance of San
Antonio as a rich center of trade and
San Antonians Are
All San Antonians are interested in
any movement the Rock Island-Frisco
authorities may make regarding the bit
of construction from Brady to this city.
Any agitation of the matter always
brings up a vast number of hopes and
dreams for the advancement of San An-
tonio. The great majority of Ban An-
tonians feel, however, that very definite
assertions in regard to the matter must
come from high officials of that system
before a great amount of enthusiasm
can be stirred up over the Brady exten-
Those persons who are in the party,
expected to arrive in this city soon, are
Judge W. H. Moore of New York, di-
rector and one of the influential heads
of the great syndicate; F. Jv. Hine, an-
other Rock Island director; A. J. David-
son, president of the Frisco System; C.
K. Gray, vice president and general man-
ager of the Frisco, and H. Irving Miller,
holding a like position with the Chicago
& Eastern Illinois, an eastern member
of the Yoakum-Hawley network of rail-
FOR LOWER FREIGHT RATES.
American Shippers' Association Start
CHICAGO. 111., May 4.—An important
conference of the executive committee of
the American Shippers' Association will
be held here today. The result of this
meeting will be awaited with interest by
railway nun. because it has been called
to start a movement for a general reduc-
tion of freight rates throughout the
country. It is the first concerted move
in this direction of a National scope.
W. B. Conkey, chairman of the execu-
tive committee, recently sent out letters
calling attention to the fact that the rail-
roads through various subterfuges have
been advancing their rates during the
last few years, despite the fact that their
traffic has been rapidly increasing.
Just what the campaign of the ship-
pers will be will not be known until
after the conference today. Those of the
committee who have signified their in-
tention of being present are Dwight Bald-
win, Minneapolis; Alfred Brandos, Louis-
ville; W. Jj. Bush, Chicago; Charles II.
Deere, Moline; 8. A. Clark, Muncie; E.
E. Williamson, Cincinnati; E. C. Fuller
and A. J. Toomey, New York; W. S.
Thomas, Springfield, Ohio, and W. B.
H. B. Specry, commercial agent of the
Fort Worth Denver Railroad, with
headquarters at Fort Worth, was in San
A. T. Simpson of Dallas, traveling
freight agent for the Baltimore & Ohio
Southwestern, was in San Antonio yes-
Eastern Market—Meats, Butter. Eggs.
Sons of Hermann Picnic.
Special Telegram to The Express.
TAYLOR, Tex., May 4.—The Sons of
Hermann of Williamson County are hav-
ing a grand picnic at Beycrsville, six
miles south of Taylor, and several hun-
dred people are present. The picnic will
wind up tonight with a grand ball and
to the voters:
San Antonio, Texas. Maj- 3, IDOfi.
At the opening of the school trustees' campaign, both sides being warm
friends of mine, 1 decided for many reasons that I should maintain :i Ml'-nt
and dignified position and take no part. This attitude has lieen maintain, d
with absolute fidelity and I am not in the councils of either party. Now,
however, the managers of the Callaghan ticket have begun a malicious as-
sault on my official record as chairman of the Sanitary Committee forcing
me to defend myself and fight for the side I believe to be right. Permit me
to say in all modesty that my several years of hard service in this d< part-
ment of our schools, costing me much money and personal sacrifice, has
brought good results in the protection of the health and ilfe and th-' pro-
motion of the growth of the children. Especially has our pioneer work in
teaching public school children preventive medicine attracted attention, not
alone in this country, but in foreign countries, meeting with the most hearty
endorsement everywhere, as my correspondence will show. My work is now
being made the butt of ridicule and I am humiliated and pained by unwar-
ranted attacks of severe criticism directed by parties who know that they
are misrepresenting facts. I am for peace, but peace has ceased to be i
virtue, and if you can endorse my efforts for the children 1 appeal to y >u.
not only to go to the polls and vote, but to get others to vote, to the . rid
that the Sanitary Committee may be encouraged to maintain tin- present
high standard of our schools from the standpoint of sanitation. Very truly
yours, J. s. LANK FORD.
Eastern Market—Try their Coffee.
Dates for Llano County Fair.
Special Telegram to The Express.
I^LANO, Tex., May 4.—The directors of
the .Llano County Fair Association met
this afternoon and designated Thursday,
Friday and aSturday, Sept. 27, IS and 19,
as the time for holding the fair for 1906.
They are expecting to make it a great
Excursionists to Brownsville.
Special Telegram to The Express.
CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex., May 4.-Ovor
a hundred excursionists accompanied by
the local baseball team left here in a
special train for Brownsville tonight to
take in the bull fights and Cinco de Mayo
festivities at Matamoros tomorrow.
Many Are Expected.
Special Telegram to The Express.
CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex., May 4.—A
large number of delegates and their
wives are expected here Monday night
to attend the Thirteenth State Council
Catholic Knights of America which con-
venes here Tuesday.
QUESTION OF INSURANCE.
Companies Are Looking Up Extent of
NEW YORK, May 4.—The Tribune to-
Some fire insurance men, frightened by
the losses in San Francisco, started an
agitation yesterday to make the form of
insurance contracts more rigid. A presi-
dent of one of the big companies was ap-
proached by a man who wants the con-
tracts in the future to read that losses
caused not only directly but indirectly
by earthquakes cannot be recovered. In
other words, no insurance would be paid
on a fire loss which was caused by a fire
started by an earthquake in some other
"I do not believe there is any chance
of such restrictions being placed in con-
tracts," said the president. "You might
as well except losses indirectly due to
tornadoes or blizzards. New York might
have burned up at the time of the great
blizzard, but it would not have been
right to have such a situation invalidate
Several telegrams were received yester-
day from officials and representatives of
insurance companies who have reached
San Francisco. One expressed the opin-
ion that the companies would not get
rid of more than 15 per cent of their
liabilities in the burned district through
the action of the earthquake. Other es-
timates ranged from that to 40 per cent.
Several representatives of foreign com-
panies are expected on the steamer Bal-
tic today. Nothing definite was decided
yesterday on the proposition that the
companies get together and agree to pay
about 60 per cent of the claims within
thirty days, rather than have long litiga-
tion over them.
Efforts are being made to induce some
of the big life insurance companies to
assist in financing the rebuilding of San
Francisco. Within a few days a leading
business man of that city has been here
on that mission, but so far as could be
learned he had not been successful.
While the companies will undoubtedly
be willing to loan money on individual
parcels of property which may be con-
sidered good security, it is not believed
that any of them would be willing to go
into any sort of syndicate.
Pearce-Robinson Undertaking Co.
Ij. T. Water, Director, 320 W. Com-
merce Stree t. Phones 2323.
Laparotomy Saves Girl Shot Through
NEW YORK, May 4.—A 15-year-old
Italian girl was used as an illustration of
the subject of laparotomy, which was
discussed at the New York Academy of
Medicine last night and excited the
greatest interest. The girl last October
was shot through the spinal cord, abdo-
men and liver. The surgeon who per-
formed the subsequent operation read a
paper on the subject before the academy.
The girl now only shows a slight halting
in the action of the left leg and a small
tendency to bend backward. The opinion
was expressed that she would eventually
regain entire control of her powers of
This was declared to be one of the most
wonderful cures effected through the
medium of American surgery. In many
respects the wound was like that which
caused the death of President McKinley,
and was Identical, it was said, with that
which resulted more recently in the deatli
of Marshal Field Jr. in Chicago.
Tents and Awnings.
Wm. Lorenzcn, 215 Ave. D. Both phones.
Galveston Marine News.
Special Telegram to The Express. ^
GALVESTON, Tex., May 4.—Arrived:
Malm (Norwegian), Salveson, Nuevitas;
El Siglo, Boyd, New York.
Cleared; El Sud, lliggins, New York.
F. B. Gaenslen, Architect,
Moved from Alamo Bank Bldg to 209 W.
Commerce St., over Bexar Abstract Co.
Mexicans Prepare to Celebrate.
Special Telegram to.The Express.
DEL RIO, Tex., May 4.—The Mexican
population are busily preparing for the
celebration of El Cinco de Mayor, which
is tomorrow. They expect to have a big
Eastern Market—Teas, Coffees, Spices.
Rain at Del Rio.
Special Telegram to The Express.
DEL RIO, Tex., May 4.—Another hard
lain fell here yesterday, making the
third this week. Monday night there was
Prices Have Changed Greatly.
Vegetables Have Come in
From Local Markets.
given in detail
Home grown produce of all kinds is in
the market In any quantity desired. Pri-
ces have been wonderfully changed since
vegetables are again coming from local
The arrival of the tomato crop is
looked forward to by market dealers
with interest, as it is expected to be
heavier this year than ever before. The
arrival of a few more crops will com-
plete the supply and shipped vegetables
will be scarce in the market house.
Fruits are not so plentiful as usual,
but those in market arc of the best
Strawberries are cheapcr than they
have been and arc much better in quali-
ty. The price is 10 cents a box.
Blackberries are the same in price and
A variety of large headed lettuce with
a fine white center is for sale at the rate
of 15 cents a dozen heads. Asparagus,
which is now raised in the home gardens
is for sale at 10 cents a bunch.
Okra Is not yet ripe in the local irri-
gated farms and is shipped in from dif-
ferent points In Texan. The price is 20
cents a quart.
Sweet potatoes of fine quality are still
in market and are selling at a lower
price than usual, at 25 cents a peck.
The finest white onions of the new
crop are now in market at the rate of
two pounds for 15 cents. New potatoes
are 60 cents a peck.
Root Crops Are
At Usual Price.
All the root crops such as radishes,
carrots, beets, turnips, rutabagas and
kohlrabis are in market at the usual
price of three bunches for 10 cents.
The finest English peas from home
gardens are now in market at 5 cents a
quart. This is a considerable reduction
in the price of last week.
Rhubarb is one of the latest arrivals
in market. The price is two bunches
for 15 cents.
Cucumbers which were selling at the
rate of 20 cents each a few weeks ago,
are now on the market in great num-
bers at 20 cents a dozen.
Green and wax beans retain their reg-
ular price of two quarts for 15 cents.
Tomatoes are now being shipped from
Corpus C'hristi and Florida. Shipments
from the latter place will soon cease,
on one foot,
trying in vain
to rest the
like a man.
*45-°S H O E*5®5
makes life's walk easy
Have both feet comfortable
—give them fair play. A
cramped foot hasn't life to
call its sole its own.
If your denier doe9 not keep (hem, we
will tend any style on receipt of price with
$5c. addilional-to pay forwarding charges.
LEWIS A. CROSSETT. Inc.
NORTH ABINGTON. MASS.
however, as the Texas crop is better in
quality and lower In price. The home
grown crop is expected to be in market
in a few days. The price of Texas to-
matoes is 40 cents a basket and of Flori-
da tomatoes, 70 cents a basket.
Have Taken Fall.
Squash which was selling for 25 cents
each a few days ago when the only sup-
ply was from New Orleans, has dropped
in price to 20 cents a dozen with the
arrival of the first of the home grown
Cabbage Is selling at 3 cents a pound.
Water cress, which is now in market
in great quantity, is selling at the rate
of two bunches for 5 cents. Parsley
sells for 40 cents a dozen bunches.
Only small assorted fish are in market
at present. The vrice remains steady
at 10 cents a pound.
Eggs of the best quality retain the
same price of two dozen for 25 cents.
Chickens are scarcer th^n usual and
somewhat higher in price at 20 to 50
Pancoast & Kohler.
Tailors, Moore Building.
New Spring Styles.
SUICIDED IN CHURCH.
Cincinnati Woman Protects Her Face
While Seeking Death.
CINCINNATI, Ohio, May 4.--Using
straw to prevent disfiguring her face,
Mrs. Emma Reybert. the wife of a prom-
inent citizen, last night, in the solemn
quietude of St. Philomenas church, com-
mitted sufvide with carbolic acid. She
died a few minutes after being found,
but her identity was not established un-
til after midnight.
Pesponelencv because of poor health is
believed to have been the cause of her
Twentieth Convention Meets Sunday
Morning in New York.
NEW YORK, May 4—The twentieth
convention of the Independent Order of
B'Rlth Abraham will meet Sunday morn-
ing at Tammany llall. Eight hundred
delegates will be present to represent
100.000 members of the >rder. The finan-
cial report of Jacob Schoen, the grand
secretary, will show that the reserve,
endowment and expense funds received
during the year to be $299,179; that the
endowment fund paid out for eleath
benefits, $253,850; the reserve fund wan
increased by ?122,SfiO, and on Dec. I
airiounteel to $201,755 The aged benefit
fund is now $14,050, showing a growth of
The charity fund received $3187 and
hospitals and the needy received $2947.
Pflughaupt's Mother's Bread.
Houston and N. Flores. New phone 1509.
Bond Election Is Called.
Special Telegram to The Express.
KERRVILLE, Tex., May 4.-At the
last meeting of the city council an elec-
tion was ordered for May 20 to determine
by the qualified property taxpaying
voters of Kerrville whether or not bonds
to the amount of $5000 shall be Issued for
the purpose of paving the sidewalks and
improving the streets of the city.
Entertainment by School Children,
Special Telegram to The Express.
DEL Iv I • >. Tex., May 4.—Last night the
primary department and some of the
older pupils gave a very creditable enter-
tHinment at the opera house. Tonight
the graduating class and Miss Mary
Car.v's music class will give their enter-
tainment. This has been a very success-
ful session of the Del Rio schools.
Girlhood, Womanhood, flotherhood.
THE first lesson tliat the young girl lias of womanhood
is usually a painful one. She learns to know what
headache means, and backache, and sometimes is
sadly borne down by this new experience of life.
All the pain and misery which young girls commonly
experience at such a time may, in almost every instance, be
entirely prevented or cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Fa-
vorite Prescription. It establishes regularity. It tones up
the general health, and cures headache, backache, nervous-
ness, chorea, or St. Vitus's dance, and other consequences
of womanly weakness or disease.
MOTHER OF THE FAMILY.
The anxious mother of the family oftentimes carries
the whole burden of responsibility so far as the home med-
ication of common ailments of the girls or boys is con-
cerned. The cost of the doctor's visits are very often much
too great. At such times the mother is invited to write to
Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., for medical advice,
which is given free. Correspondence is held sacredly con-
IT STANDS ALONE.
"Favorite Prescription " is the only medicine for women
the makers of which are not afraid to print just what it is
made of on every bottle-wrapper. It is the only medicine
for women every ingredient of which has the unanimous
endorsement of all the leading medical writers of this
country, recommending it for the cure of the very same
diseases for which this " Prescription " is advised.
A MOTHER'S LOVE.
A mother's love is so divine that the roughest man
cannot help but appreciate it as the crown of womanhood.
However, motherhood is often looked forward to with feel-
ings of great dread by most women. At such times a
woman is nervous, dyspeptic, irritable, and she is in need
of a uterine tonic and nervine, a strength-builder to fit her
for the ordeal. No matter how healthy or strong a woman
may be she cannot but be benefited by taking Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription to prepare for the event. It makes
childbirth easy and often almost painless.
DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION
is a powerful, invigorating tonic. It imparts strength to
the whole system and to the womb and its appendages in
particular. For overworked, "worn-out," "run-down," de-
bilitated teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses,
"shop-girls," housekeepers, nursing mothers and feeble
women generally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the
greatest earthly boon, being unequaled as an appetizing
cordial and restorative tonic.
A STRENGTHENING NERVINE.
"Favorite Prescription" is unequaled and is invaluable
in allaying and subduing nervous excitability, irritability,
nervous exhaustion, prostration, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms,
chorea?, or St. Vitus's dance, and other distressing, nervous
symptoms commonly attendant upon fuuctional and organic
disease of the womb. It induces refreshing sleep and re-
lieves mental anxiety and despondency.
A SCIENTIFIC MEDICINE.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a scientific medi-
cine, carefully devised by an experienced and skillful phy-
sician, and adapted to woman's delicate organism. It is
purely vegetable in its composition and perfectly harmless
in its effects in any condition of the system. For morning
sickness or nausea, weak stomach, indigestion, dyspepsia
and kindred symptoms, its use will prove very beneficial.
CURES OBSTINATE CASES.
"Favorite Prescription" is a positive cure for the most
complicated and obstinate cases of leucorrhea, excessive
flowing, painful menstruation, unnatural suppressions and
irregularities, prolapsus or falling of the womb, weak back,
"female weakness,"ante-version, retro-version, bearing-down
sensations, chronic congestion, inflammation and ulceration
of the womb, inflammation, pain and tenderness of the
ovaries, accompanied with "internal heat."
HOW TO LOOK BEAUTIFUL.
Young women or matrons should not allow themselves
to look sallow and wrinkled because of those pains and
weaknesses which become chronic and are the result of
colds, tight lacing, and the imprudent care of the womanly
system. Many a woman would look beautiful, have healthy
color and bright eyes if it were not for those drains on
her strength and those weaknesses which come all too fre-
quently and make her life miserable. There is a ready-to-
use Prescription, used a great many years by Dr. R. V.
Pierce in his large practice as a Specialist in woman's dis-
eases, which is not like the hiany "patent medicines" on the
market, as it contains neither alcohol nor any narcotic, or
other harmful drug. It is purely vegetable. It is known as
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and is sold by druggists.
DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PELLETS
cure biliousness, sick and bilious headache, dizziness, cost-
iveness, or constipation of the bowels, loss of appetite, coated
tongue, sour stomach, windy belchir.gs, "heart-burn," pain
and distress after eating, and kindred derangements of the
liver, stomach and bowels.
Persons subjected to any of these troubles should never
be without a vial of the "Pleasant Pellets" at hand. In
proof of their superior excellence it can truthfully be said
that they are always adopted as a household remedy after
the first trial.
One little "Pellet" is a laxative, two are cathartic.
They regulate, invigorate and cleanse the liver, stomach and
bowels. As a "dinner pill," to promote digestion, take one
each day. To relieve the distress arising from overeating,
nothing equals one of these little "Pellets." They're tiny,
sugar-coated, anti-bilious granules, scarcely larger than
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS.
How to live in health and happiness, is the general
theme of Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser.
This great work on medicine and hygiene, containing over
iooo pages and more than 700 illustrations, is sent free on
receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 31
one-cent stamps for the cloth-bound volume, or only 21
stamps for the book in paper covers.
No Man Stronger Than His Stomach.'
THE celebrated Dr. Abernethy of London was firmly of
the opinion that disorders of the stomach were the
most prolific source of human ailments in general.
A recent medical writer says, "every feeling, emotion and
affection reports at the stomach (through the system of
nerves) and the stomach is affected accordingly. It is the
vital center of the body * * * * ," He continues, "so
we may be said to live by (and he might well have said
through) the stomach." He goes on to show that the stom-
ach is the vital center of the body. He says, "the function
of digestion in its several stages is to prepare the food in
forms which are suitable to be added to the structure,"
meaning the structure of our bodies. He continues, "every
physical action from simple breathing, thinking and circu-
lating of the blood to the most active bodily exertion wears
out portions of the structure (of our bodies) and they be-
come dead and so require to be taken away speedily. Much
of the food which we take, and especially when unwhole-
some or in excess, adds to the waste material, and when it
has undergone chemical changes it is still more mis-
chievous." Then he goes on to the effect that the nervous
system prompts every part of the circulating system. He
says, "it gives its message every moment to the infinate
number of glands and follicles to unload themselves of
waste material so that the current of blood may carry it
"When these two processes of nutrition and excretion
are thus carried on with equal assiduity we are in health,
but when this equilibrium does not exist there comes dis-
order and disease. The common form of such derangement
is indigestion or dyspepsia. The function of nutrition is
interrupted and all the operations which depend upon it go
wrong. Under these conditions it has a way of appearing
in other types of disorder. Many of these often mislead
physicians. Other parts of the organism are likely to be in-
volved, and we may find consumption, kidney complaint,
hepatic (liver) disorders, hysteria and even mental aliena-
tion (derangement)." He says, "it may be observed that
deranged persons have a woe-be-gone expression, offensive
breath, irregular action of the bowels, hallucinations and
other like conditions of dyspepsia."
The foregoing is no doubt a rational view of the sad
havoc worked in the human system by indigestion and dys-
pepsia, torpid liver and kindred derangements, which are
generally associated with or followed by many other diseases
of diverse appearance, but all depending upon the weak and
disordered stomach. Cure the stomach weakness and you
cure all these diseases and derangements.
For weak stomachs and the consequent indigestion or
dyspepsia, and the multitude of various diseases which re-
sult therefrom, 110 medicine can be better suited as a cura-
tive agent than Dr. Pierce's C^olden Medical Discovery.
The Golden Seal root. Stone root, Mandrake root and Black
Cherrybark are all recommended by such eminent authori-
ties as Dr. Eattholow, of Jefferson Medical College; Prof.
John King, author of the "American Dispensatory"; Prof.
John M. Scudder, late of Cincinnati; Dr. Willic.n Paine,
author of Paine's Epitomy of Medicine, Dr. Hobart A. Hare,
of the University of Pa.; Prof. Laurence Johnson, M. D.,
Medical Department, University of New York; Prof. Edwin
M. Hale, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica in the
Hahnemann Medical College, Chicago, and many others,
as remedies for indigestion and dyspepsia, torpid liver as
well as for bronchial, throat and lung affections, as will be
seen from reading a little booklet recently compiled by Dr.
R. V. Piurce, of Buffalo, N. Y., who will send the same on
request, by postal card or letter, to any address, free. This
little booklet tells of what Dr. Pierce's celebrated medicines
are made, and gives the properties and uses of each and
every ingredient entering into their composition. Write
Dr. Pierce, as above and receive it by return post.
Queen's root, or Stillingia, is an ingredient entering
into the "Golden Medical Discovery" highly recommended
by several of the above mentioned authorities for the cure
of chronic or lingering bronchial, throat and lung affections,
public speaker's sore throat attended with hoarseness, dry,
rasping cough and kindred affections. Not only is Queen's
root specific in its curative action in all these affections, but
in "Golden Medical Discovery " it is greatly assisted by the
combination with it of Golden Seal root, Stone root, Black
Cherrybark and Bloodroot, with which it is blended in just
the right proportion. Pure, triple-refined glycerine also
greatly enhances the effectiveness of all these agents in the
cure of chronic and lingering coughs, being a valuable
demulcent, also antiseptic, and a nutritive of great value,
especially useful in all wasting diseases, as in incipient con-
sumption and other scrofulous affections. "Golden Mfedical
Discovery " is a sovereign remedy in all catarrhal affections,
whether affecting the nasal passages, the stomach, bowels
or pelvic organs and the reason why will be learned by read-
ing the little booklet noted above. Send for it now.
In chronic catarrh of the nasal passages, it is important
that while taking the "Golden Medical Discovery" as the
most effective constitutional treatment for this terribly
distressing and most obstinate affection that the nasal pas-
sages should be cleansed two or three times a day by the
free use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, used according to
the directions which accompany the same.
The enormous popularity of "Golden Medical Discov-
ery" is due both to its scientific compounding and to the
actual medicinal value of the ingredients. The publication
of the names of the ingredients on the wrapper of every
bottle hereafter to be sold, gives full assurance of its non-
alcoholic character and removes all objection to the use
of an "unknown remedy."
Every bottle of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
bears the stamp of public approval. For the dealer to offer
you something he claims is "just as good" is to insult
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The Daily Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 125, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 5, 1906, newspaper, May 5, 1906; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth440914/m1/6/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.