El Paso Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 12, 1906 Page: 6 of 8
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How Good Food may
Turn to Poison
ECAY Is not dijeillon. you
know, even when it tikes
place in the stomach.
Food decayed in the body
alter belnf eaten is as dangerous to
health as food decayed before being eaten.
Food nourishes or poisons, just accord-
ing to how iong It remains in the Bowels
Cascarets are the simplest and turest
safeguard against Delayed Digestion yet
Sold in a thin Enamel Box, half as
thick as your watch, which fits Into the
vest pocket or lady's purse as if it grew
In this round-edged Enamel Box are
found six small Candy Tablets.
One of these toothsome tablets works
wonders for digestion,
Soon as placed In the mouth It starts
the Saliva flowing, which at once gets to
work dissolving it.
The Saliva becomes blended with the
Candy Catcaret tablet, and from the
moment they start going down your
throat together they start working to-
Now, what do they work at? Bowel-
work, ol course—Digestion.
The Intestines ate also lined with mlV-
licne of little Auction pumps, that draw
the Nutriment from Food, as it passes
them In going through.
This Nutriment Is then carried Into the
Blood, and spread over the Body as
Brain, Bone and Brawn.
But, when the Bowel-Muscles are weak,
the Food moves too slowly to stimulate
the little Castric Mouths and there is no
flow, or too little flow of Digestive Juice,
to change the food into nourishment.
Then, the food decays In the Bowels,
and In the thirty feet ot Intestines.
I.rsrud of a Swlt.
A quaint and Kindly legend. Mine,rat-
In* the sorrow devout < 'lirtothtu* used
to feet for ttie paganism ot their fa-
vorite classic authors. la that of St,
t.'adoc and Ida Vlr*ll. Ht. fa doe, tv boa*
day la Jan. 24, was the sou of a Sooth
Walsh prince, who founded several
monasteries In Glamorganshire uud
neighboring regions, but was driven
«way to Brittany by the coming of the
Basons. There be was walking one
day with a copy of Virgil's poems In
Ids hand and wept to think that Vir-
gil as a pagan might be in bet). An
ultra orthodox friend xfho was wlfh
him severely reproved him for even
doubting the fact, and a stuldeu gust
of wind carried the book out of Ca-
doe's hand into the sea. But that
ul«bt he heard In a dream a sweet
voice saying: "Pray for me; weary not
lu praying. I will sing the mercies ot
the Lord forever.” And'next day a
fisherman brought Undue n hell inside
Rcstlsa a Node!.
Many artists have the reputation of
being Inexorable in Uuiir demands up-
on the model's, strength. A character-
istic example appears In an anecdote
of the late Adolphe Maraud, the Ger-
man painter, who at one time was en-
gaged on a work of mural decoration
and kept a man posed iu an exceeding-
ly fatiguing position on a scaffold for
two hours. The great (Winter worked
away, heedless of his model's discom-
fort. Finally the victim called down,
"Herr Professor/ how about the re-
“Certainly, my dear sir. Come down
right away, and you shall have your
As the model was descending from
the s<-a(folding his limbs assumed a
position which wuh one for which the
artist had long been looking.
• atop!” Mcnsei-thundered. "Hold!
Ah. line! Keep that while I make a
Utile sketch of It!”
Peace in the Philippines.
It Is said that not tong ago a war
department official was approacheJ
by a man who was thinking of mov-
ing to tbs Philippines to enter bind*
”L would like to know ihe status
of things there from a reliable source.
Is there now a coalition of peace?”
"Well, not exactly, everywhere”
the official admitted.
•Could you give me any Idea as to
when peace will be established?"
"Not off-hand, but you can get the
census report and figure it itor
yourself,” the official said somewhat
bitterly, 'We estimate that it re-
quire* a man's weight In lead to thor
When this Decay begins the little sue- ' which the Virgil was found uninjured, j The artful drew vigorously for half
Mo»t of the Digestion occurs In the
thirty feet of intestines thai connect with
They are fined with a ret of little
mouths, that squeeze Digestive Juices
into the Food eaten.
The Digertive Juices thus mix with
Ihe food, just as Saliva mixes with Cas-
taret tablet.;, dissolving and changing
that food into nourishment, us it passes
along the channel,
tlon pumps draw Poison from the decayed
Food, into the blood, instead Of the Nutri-
tion it should have drawn.
Now, Cascarets contain the only com-
bination of drugs that Stimulates these
Muscles of the Bowels and Intestine* just
as a Cold Bath, or open-air Exercise,
stimulates a Lazy Man.
Cascarets therefore act like Exercise.
They produce the same sort of Natural
result that a Six Mile walk In the country
would produce, without any Injurious
The Vest Pocket Catcaret Box is told
by all Druggists, at Ten Cents.
Be sure you get the genuine, made only
by the Sterling Remedy Company, and
never cold In bulk. Every tablet stamped
tr rRtt TO OUR ritlEMDSI
We want to send to oar
Krench-destined, COLD PLAl__
hard-enameled In colors, ft la i____
dressing table. Ten cents In stamps Is asked ai
meaiore of good faith and to cover cast of Caster
with which this dainty trinket Is loaded.
sing table. Ti
tore of rood lal
n which tBiZatatr trinket Is loaded. 7»>
ind to-day, mentioning this paper. Address
ling Remedy Company. Chicago or New York.
NhV\ S OF ALA MOOOKDOl 'I11'1 ftn,l thl* brought almtn an ac-
li.nt in-Ion Judge Maim, and it is
Items of Interest Gathered by Special
Correspondence of The Time*
in the Sacramentos.
Su-olal Cnyriwiomlgm-o nf The TTmen.
-Manmg.trdo, N M , Vprit 11. Thin
■■■in;) <1 iIn- nnidii- -chool ill Aln-
inogi'inln wilt chiM mi Fridav, April
-! 1 I'ni-n will in- iw i graduates at
tii, close of iIn, M-tndon and com*
imnci*tti<nt exercises will begin on
Stinda;-, Aptil ;.' ii i li*:micd ilia
tar -t-iiool inr-Va ih very vvi* 11 pleased
*11it the work ■>! I'm; .1 I), pepper,
irirtcipaI I hey |,clj, iliai Prof.
I’1 pper lia.i li ne- all in tils power to
ove tip peopt,- oi tin -i Ipiol |iri*einet
tie i'e.o pi,; ■ si tile re - ups and the ad
viiae* iie-iit made by iln student*
how for tlie go.,i| work accomplish-
' I Hen- ,ni | ihere, a*, is alway.*: the
''■> e : one ■ ,iiiNut* and Home children I
.■Hu ti**,*;j heard in jnturiijfp, inn on
he whole 1( in known by lin board
that i long ax children tiiil mittdt-nth j
ol the fid,tail In haven ami r indtictel
;ItPniHelvea properly ijp.y have got
ftiouy very well and advanced with
tlieir tiitlii ewetdingh satisfactory
a'ed that an of the charge* wens
dismissed. Thin put*) the matter up
to t,te aforesaid Lincoln •County Tax*
payer*' association to explain why
tlx o charges were preferred,
\V II Ltinfhley hag purchase.! the
prop, tty on the eomer of Eighth
reel and Virginia avenue, and will
begin ,11 oiler the erection of an adobe
residence, Mr. Lunibtey has for a
number oi year* h i I charge of the
hunter h wing machine agency at thin
In the early part of the laat century
there lived In an old New Kuglaiid
town a Mr. Church, who in the courtie
of bis earthly life was bereft of four
wive*, all of whom were burled In the
hume lot. iu hi* old age it became
necessary to remove the reiunlna to a
new cemetery. TUI* lie undertook bint-
self, but In the process the bone* be-
came liopeleyAly mixed. Hta "New
England conscience'’ would not allow
him under the painful circumstances
to use the urtglnul beadsloUe*, ao he
procured new one*, one of whleb bore
the following Inaeriptlou:
“Here lie* Hannah t.'bnreb and prob-
ably a portion of Emily.”
"Sacred to the memory of EmMy
t'httreh, who .seem* to be mixed with
Then followed these Hues:
Htrsnger. pniine and drop a tear,
For Ittmfly t'hurch tie* burled here.
-Mixed In Home perplexing manner
With Mary, Matilda and probably Han-
The t.uat Versatile* Hoarbon.
There 1* nt \ ersiiilles hii orange tree
Home Uve centuries old. Tliia tree,
which was taken from Fontainebleau
of Versailles on the completion of the
orangery, was already famous under
the title of the Grand Bourbon. Ac-
cording to trudiilou, the tree lutd been
planted In 1421 by a Prim-ess of Na-
varre and after several changes of
owner* came Into the possession of
Francois I., by whom It was placed at
Fontainebleau. When It reached Ver-
sailles tin- king came to visit It, and
an hour, at the end of which be tailed
j out Imperatively: "There, that will do
; for now. Get up ftu the scaffold again.
We have had our recess."
here T.i, sday on official business,
.Conductor linger of A. A .-I. M. run
enjoying :i lay off before the open-
ing of the cioudcroti busy season.
It Js noli :j :iiai every piece of resi-
dent property which has hceti sold
Hii- year has been pitrehased by par-
ties who expect to make Alamogordo
a permanent home, and there are but,
lew desirable pieces of residence prop-
et'tt for -ale ai present.
Hum him n an.I farmers art- market-
ing the bulunch of their 1905 hay
crop. so a io make ready for the
new crop of this year, which prom-
i-e., io lie unusually heavy.
Hop l.ci. a i oiwhiaa; Ion washee and I ha*p|>) parcni 8 o/ a * nne*' larm-' li!''
•’hlnainn.i of ,1,1s Place. ...... April 7 * ^
'.'r,!l" > n-a' sp ml:. I hi- other morn I js proprietor of
lag upm crawling oat of his Imnk I pharmacy.
lA Imby boy arrived at the hom<
riff Owen of Lincoln county was i 1wo grand ltourbons were then face to
The Town's Crooked Dividing Use.
"There is a reason for most every-
thing," said a Cumberland county man
when he was asked how in the world
they came to have such a crooked line
between two towns iu bis county.
"There’s a reason for this crooked Hue.
You see, some of our towus establish-
ed in pioneer times, when laud was
abundant and people were few, bad a
big territory, which was afterward
sliced off to make new towns. It was
so In the ease you uaeuttou, and when
the cut off was made people along tlie
line of division were of different mlmls
as to which town they wanted to be lu.
Ho the legislature drew a straight line
between tlie two parts and then pro-
vided that persona dwelling on lands
adjoining either side of this line might
tie In one town or the other, as they
should decide within ninety days after
passing the act. Home went one way
and some the other, and the line was
nil skewed up to accommodate them.” ;
oughly patsffy him, and the quarter-
master's office can furnish you with a
statement of ammunition shipments."
Talk of Dividing Texas.
Washington, April 10.—J. Adam
Bede of Mlnseaota,. who la the hu-
mortat of the boose and who is eager
fh»t the West should dominate In the
senate, wants Texas divided into six,
eight, ten or twelve states, He will set
forth this whimslc view tomorrow
when he arises to -talk on, but not of,
the postoffice appropriation bill. Jt is
also his purpoae to introduce a reso-
iB-fion calling on the judiciary com-
mittee of determine) whether his pe
miliar plan Is coaetltuUpnally feasa-
I_______ _ __________Mill------ . ......
1 saw a masquerader stab
Old, Friendship !», the ba«k;
He helped lay Love oa the cold slab
And Sorrow on the rack.
*1 shadowed him that 1 might know
One worthy of such fame;
AIm! that men should dove him so
Ambition is h-ls name! *
The best evidence of "local pride”
Is helping your home Indugtrles. El
Bridegroom—An unimportant person
of the male persuasion.
Carnival—a celebration closing in a
Mr. Bede would divide and multiply j Waze 01 &**-
Texas for federal purposes, but. in ■— ——— --- .
deference to the prejudice of Texans, ________
keep it one for state purposes.
Mr. Bede really does not expect to
. disturb Texas geographically much
; during this session, but thinks, the
subject one fitted to his oratory, and
there are some who suepeot that sec-
tetly he hopes to put the Proctor
Knott speech into eclipse.
ud *b tio
-FIT* CX»TS A tfMTLK,.
Buardlax lluuiri, Take Kate.,
In view of the part that electricity !
plays In our modern life It Js amusing
to reen’il that when Benjamin Franklin |
evolved the lightning conductor he wu» |
culled to account by certain Individuals ,
for sacrilege lu "attempting to divert j
the Almighty’s lightning.”
Restaurant proprietors and bourdlng
house keepers have uprmrently over-
liKiked a valuable bint which Dr. Frank
Hu ufforded tbciu, a* follows: He took
Cml^ItenS^rem P*b*fUln '
with prwumonls i
MS rid el It now. 1
Id kad was threatened
.—-» mu last week my-
^anda betds MU Axed me up all
- ’ }•. *tr ;
* " *'■ -'*» V.
Throughout Mexico, tickets will be on
sale April 0th to 13th inclusive at rate of
One and One-third Fare
all classes, for the round trip.
C. F. BERNA, W. D. MURDOCK,
Com! Agt. p p ju
j. l. McDonald, a. g. p. a.
Tickets on sale at Mexican Central City Office,
Postal Cable Bldg.
lace. The man passed, and 'even bis
bones, torn from their tomb at at.
I <eul* and tossed Into u trench, have
perished. Not u pinch of tils dust re-
mains. But the trae lives and blooms
ninl lieurs fruit, (lie only Bourbon at
Versailles, serene, Invincible, eutbrou
ed. Farmer's Versailles.
an ancient rooster and killed it. by n
powerful shock from one of his Leyden
j Jars. When subsequently tlie bird was
served ft his table "Its flesh was found
to lie as tender as that of a young par-
tridge,” or so he declares. Thl* Is one of
the discoveries nhlcli should make the
name of Franklin forever honored.—
lu- discovered Ills hnu-e eat with six
kitten* snugly asleep In an empty
cracker hex l pun more closely scru-
tinizing ihe new additions to his join:
he was iiwe siulcken by the discovery
ol one ot ihe most peculiar cat freaks
man ever twin Id One of the aniens
w.-is with an abnormally large head
anti extra small body. The freak re
Alt and Mrs. (’ W, Howard on the
Air. ami Aprs. Peje (Irt-tu report a
Kill til their home, horn on the 11th
Mr. and Mrs Frank Lynch came
down I nun Russia Tuesday and Mrs,
James I)c Alter of Santa Fe came
in Tuesday to visit Ills parents, Col.
and Airs, .1. It. Dp Alier, and bent re
returning to Santa Fe will visit a sis
ter a; llittbee, Aria.
and Hop Lee was all upset. Sh! (|av>,
amazed was he that he called In the
olker Chinamen of thl* place and Ihe
jabber language t hat flowed from
Hop's Join! was enough Io wreck a
mud leucc. Hop is old and has been
sick for some time, amt several times
he lias intimated that “poo,v soon tpe ,. ,,
■He dead." This freak kilim has,. >r Hungry and Thlr.ty
altoir. staled his doom, as the thing 1,0 10 Hhll Young's Care, 217 El Paso
to ill* Chinese eve is a sure enough strcet- Tlle on*y place In the city
devil, And tin kitten's mysterious I wl'ere you can get fresh, cool Moot-
appearance tallied with it disappear- 1,,ln Cincinnati beer. Lunches served
unce, us the other, night Hop was al hours day or night. Fresh
oysters served in any style.
The Times’ Want Ad*, bring rt suits.
U. 8. WEATHER BUREAU OFFICE.
awakened by a delirious dream, and
on looking tor the spook kitten found
that it nad disappeared and Ids search
has tailed to find one hair of it.
I a* board of caunty commissioner*
ot Lincoln county and Sheriff Owen
ol the same fount) were here Tries* j El Paso, Texas, April 11, 1906, 6 p. m„
diiy to have some matters In court! Mountain Time. ,
Indore Judge Alauu looked into. It > Barometer tsen level, oottr,
seems that a roe,nt move was started) Thermometer .........*
V "ar *' ut 1 -im* 'In enmity, alter! Relative .lumidiiv.............. In
torninig themselves Into what they 1)1 reel Ion of wind ... "sourhw si
ealle,; In- Lincoln Founty Taxpay- ” '
lu Uxrkrtl A (ilea.
A weird tale of witchcraft comes
from the interior of Africa. A recent
trial at the Lilongwe court proved that
u native woman killed by a lion bud
been partly eaten by another unlive
who wus m-ciiscd of Impersonating the
Hon. The prisoner confessed freely
that he hud eaten of the woman'* dead
body, tbe excuse being that he bad pur-
ebuKcd from a “witch doctor" a medi-
cine which enabled him to tarn into a
lion at will—In other word*, to Indulge
lu cannibalism lu It* lowest form a*
the mood took him.
A scientist say* ot a waterspout that
passed over n certain district lu France:
"It* puasuge wu* accompanied with a
sound which i* described aa resem-
bling that of a battery of urtlllery
drawn on the gallop over n paved
street. At the bate of au extended
nimbus hung tlie revalued cone charac-
teristic of phenomena of this kind. A
strong wind wu* then blowing front
tbe south-southwest. The waterspont
was preceded by a storm and followed
by a shower."
civ association,," ami charged certain
of tii!! Lincoln county officials'. Includ-
ing the court commissioners, with al-
\eloclty of wlt.nK miles per hour) lit!
Weather ....... Clear
Rainfall ...................... p
11 Igheat temperature ........... s;.
The archbishop of Canterbury I* pri-
mate of all England uud therefore
tak<>s precedence of the archbishop of
York, who Is ouly ' prlma’te of Eng-
land.” This very uice distinction wns
made several centuries ago on account
of u very bitter dispute arlslug between
the two functionaries us to which
should precede the other. The matter
wus settled by conferring precedence
upon the archbishop of Canterbury, the
two title* being also la-stowed nt the
The Sultan's Kiosks.
Ill every city of the Ottoman empire
there Is n kiosk set apart for the
sultan, who never even sees it.
These palatial abodes are built of
ruro marbles and finished in flue
woods, enameled In silver and gold,
with mirrors and lusters from Vlennu,
mosaics front Florence and Home, amt
are nominally guarded by mujor demon,
who live there In royul ease anti lux-
ury unparalleled. Hundreds of mil-
lions of francs are thus squandered,
while not a sou Is spent In making
El Paso & Southwestern
In Connection With the
ROCK ISLAND 8YJTEM.
No. 44—Golden State Limited.
Departs for the East at 2:10 p. m.
No. 43—Golden State Limited.
Arrives from tbe east at 4:13 p. m.
No. 30—Chicago Fast Mall.
Departs for the East at 6:45 p. m
No. 29—California Fast Mall,
Arrives from the East at 8 a. u
roads, fertilizing valleys or construct-
Tycho Brahe, the famous Danish
mathematician, was known as the
“Wizard of the Golden Noae.” While
at the university he lost his nose In a
duel and replaced It Avlth a nasal or-
gan of gold, held lu place by cement
and a pair of spectacles. Thla addi-
tion to his countenance gave him a
very peculiar appearance uud catiaed
hltu to l>e much fen red by tho common
people, who attributed to him many
supernatural powers, largely on ac-
count of bis remarkable nose.
! No. 1—Southwestern Flyer,
Departs for the West at 8:30 a. m.
No. 2—Southwestern Flyer,
Arrives from the West at 5:10 p. m.
No. 3—Drummers’ Special,
Departs for the West at 7:00 p, m. ]
No. 4—Drummers’ Special,
Arrives from the West at 7:30 a. m.
All train arrive and depart from me
new Union Depot.
Pick out a train and we’ll tell you!
about It i
H. D. M’GREQOR,
City Pas*. Agt
GARNETT KINO, Gen. Agt..
Hotel Sheldon Block.
Mexican Central Railway Co., Ltd.
A Choice of Three Routes to the United States; via El Paso, Torreon-
Eagle'Pass, or Tampico.
Dally Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Car Service,
Mexico City to I!1 Paso, Texas, WITHOUT CHANGE.
The new Pullman "Broiler” Cars are in operation on the
Mexican Central Railway
When you travel, do you get the best there Is to eat?
via Torreon and Eagle Pass
Daily Through Drawing Room Buffet Pullman Car Service, Mexico City
to St. Louis, Mo., via Torreon, Eagle Pass, and the M. K. & T. n’y
Connections at Tampico w'lth WARD LINE STEAMERS for
8 New York
The rates to New York via Tampico and Ward Line are lower than via
any other route. Qulckets time.
C. F. BERNA,
Postal Cable Bldg., B)1 Paso, Texas.
W. D. MURDOCK,
Pass. Traffic Manager.
J. C. M’DONALD,
. Ass’t Gen'l Pass. Agent
county | Lowest temperature
Tha Auairullita .Satire.
j For hundreds of years, perhaps tbou-
| sands, the Australian black has accept
| ed the doctrine of a Trlulty In heaven
t and the theory of evolution. In some
respects he Is far superior U> his civi-
lized contemporary, but he ewrls him-
self around like a dog and sinks to
sleep on the bare ground at sunsqf. lu
the dark he Is a veritable coward.
CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON
THE WORST DISEASE IN THE WORLD
Coiitag&tis Blood Poison ts the worst disease in the world; not only
those who contract it mifler, but the awful taint is often transmitted to inno-
cent niUpnu# whose lives are blighted and bodies diseased because the
v»f«s oi Coutagioua Blond Poison has been allowed to remain in tbe family
fuLllva hm 8,Kn °f, thiS I contracted Cortagtou. Blood Poi.oa
is usually a little pimple, or blister, by ukiu* a towel u»»d by urn infected
IS t“hroltr uih^r^t^HU'e ,uuuth ^^r^iS3fLa5®Sfi&J5t
Inroai Ulcerate, the hair comes Ot l<ut the diaeanegot worse until I heard
cnIortlspot.8 al>l:car on - —..........-w»
the limbs, back and breast; and as the wall. Ttii* w»* .ome tima ago Wert I ) look at It.”- London Answers.
In a written examination on physical
geography one of the questions wus:
"What happens when there Is an
eclipse of the moon?"
A boy with rather uu admirable
knack of getting but of a difficulty
wrote the following answer:
A great many people come out to
.srKissft -siS: 1
tiu trouble is not checked the linger nails drop olf, and the soft bones
of the nose and head are destroyed. S. S. S. goes down into the,
blood and forces out every particle of the ****> 1 always tell her beforehand
poison and makes a complete and lasting j ^ ** tenuy.
cure. As soon as the system gets under the ................ ■■
influence of the remedy the symptoms begin Hold on, hold fast, hold out. Fa-
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home treatment and an) medical auvice desired will be given without charge.
Briggs -Does your wife fough when
you tell her a funny story? Braggs—
tlenca la geulus.- Buffou.
Murder—A crime committed In cold
blood; a dastardly deed.
Society—A ponton of the communi-
ty which frequently I* all agog and
often la n flutter of excitement.
For many years Tusmaula has been
known as the "Circassia of the colo-
nies,” n tribute to the exceptional love-
Hues* of Its youug women. There have
Iteen Tasmanian peeresses, ’but the
pretty Tasmanian girls ure mostly lu
demand us barmaids for Sydney and
Melbourne. Some yen re ago It was
elicited lu evidence at an official In-
quiry lu Melbourne that Tasmanian
barmaids command double the ordi-
nary wages for this kind of .work.
Two Goat Island*.
Here is un extraordinary coincidence:
The Island lying between the'Autericun
fall and the Canadian fall ut Niagara
Is called Goat Island. What is now
called Livingstone islaud at the Vic-
toria falls Iu Africa Is called Kernpou-
go by the nativee, and this signifies
"It’s Impossible to have too much of
a good thing,” said the thoughtful
"Oh, 1 don’t know,” rejolued the con-
trary person. "Matrimony is a good
thing, but what the law docs to a
bigamist is pleuty.”—Chicago News.
Says Charles Baudelaire: "This life
Is a hospital where every patient Is
possessed with s desire to change his
ted. This one would prefer to suffer
by the stove, aud the other thinks he
would recover by tins window.”
Visitor—Johnny, give me the name of
the largest diamond. Johnny—The ace.
14 HOURS TO CHICAGO
13 HOURS TO KANSAS CITY
7 HOURS TO ST. LOUIS
The Tedium of a Long Journey
Reduced by Incomparable Service
THE GOLDEN STATE LIMITED
EL PASO & SOUTHWESTERN
Until this notice Is withdrawn Na-
tions’ Meat and Supply Co. will serve
“any poor person, bearing identification
from any charitable association or
minister, with meat free of charge
during all business hoars.
is equipped with every possible convenience, lighted throughout by electric ceiling
and berth lights and provided with-electric fans to insure adequate ventilation. Bar-
ber, bath, daiJy papers, magazines, library, embossed paper and envelopes, field glass,
and camp stools for Observatiomplatforin. A solid Pullman train-latest design-
standard dtawing room, observation and tourist sleepers.
AND LOOK AT THE TIME YOU SAVE! NO EXTRA CHARGE
Leaves El Paso 2:10 p. m. daily. City Ticket Office, Sheldon Hotel Block.
GARNETT KINO, H. D. McOREGOR, C. T A
General Agent. * Sheldon Hotel.
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El Paso Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 12, 1906, newspaper, April 12, 1906; El Paso, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth582224/m1/6/: accessed April 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.