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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD (5 All Active Loans Protected We announce that we have J sold our loan department to i Mr. A. J. Fullan and all j loans now in force will be j fully protected. Mr. Fullan takes over this department June 1st and will continue the business at our present stand. 102 San Antonio St. In addition to transferring our loan department we propose also to close out re- maining .stock. Towards this end we are now offering some of the most remarkable values in diamonds and jew- elry you ever obtained in El Paso. Each day in our win- dows we show some special bargain that is most unusu- al. It will pay you well to watch our windows daily. On account of our varied stock it is impossible to quote prices on diamonds and jewelry. However note Extra Specials On R. R. Watches Everybody knows the regu- lar value'of the following standard railroad watches. We quote these simply to give you an idea of the re- markable values you can now obtain. 23 jewel "Vanguard" or "Veritas" Watches 20-ye...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE s EIf--3PASO HERALD Established April. 18S1 The El Paso Herald Includes also hy absorption sand succession. The Daily News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic. The Sun. The Advertiser The Independent The Journal The Republican The Bulletin. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IER. NETFSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Rates. Dedicated to ''the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. . Bell. Auto. -- - mi f i;-ti-Moo fr?r HERALD TELEPHONES. J Editorial Rooms -0-0 1 Society Reporter 1 V. Advertising: department 115 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Herald per month. 6c; per year 7. Weekly Herald per year 52. The Daily Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso Fort Bliss and Towne. Texas and Cmdad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring: the address on his paper changed will please state la his communi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD KETCHES OF BANK- fcllKPSlSfft? ROYAL Baking Powder IHsMn renders the m ( IMS J digestible 1 I lr wholesome f VCm?V 0--W(E-ti.J3ai'Ma.L ' JHP V H bMPC1sL1 W 1AJA 9ft!lk ltd filflil hP Effigmlft ft fry fjHle 5 RM.K B El D' S"E1 03 HM957 iSwwS7i&J'5vScSKSS lUKlftG 1owoH Scientific Ant&orify Has demonstrated thai ol two loaves of bread one raised witn Royal Baking Powder. - hnlmm4gIw and the other with alran bak- Mm&9Mm mm mmfjr ing powder the Royal raised DMM loaf is 32 pep cent more digestible than the oiheem L-!sfirSI?eWS5'- Sw" leS rfsgsp S3r jsS lSV3Ult"i 2J .PrK&S&sS jte&&r &S MsS S. v &! -ft3?essaF'iF!.-M-i. ?..!Si r-Cii5ZSSr'-tf?e-rsJ. Ki Ciiftt :s-hsc tt?vcc. -w-- wit7 v. tit' &G .5 2JJr.rf riuFiLtliD bujllilL PITY' Ml I ui nflLL Large Number Attend Pic- nic at 'Washington Park. Have "Gold" Brick. El Paso's Pioneer association is to have permanent headquarters. After discussing the question for several years the Pioneers de...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

s 8 EL PASO HERALD CENES IN RECENTLY WRECKED EARTHQUAKE DISTRICT; loll Monuments BmBtmBBmmaM kttM ratl HflHBIB ..Yi rc- I'raiP'- J.g' IST ' ' ' h ' ' ' IHBHBIBigB!l-. -iiJiP1 .JJLl BSi9ffiffiti9HHHRHl 5MMBSSMtvCv-tlSs. 'State HJMQlK'SfllSStBEllEer F'SnBnHBSIBHHH SMALLPOX AT SIEitEA BLAUGA Mrs. Tom "Wagner Wife of Cowboy Afflicted and Quarantined. Sierra Blanca Tex. May 11. airs. Tom "Wagner Trife of a cowboy here lias smallpox and has been quarantined. Dr. McBeth's diagnosis of 'the case "was confirmed Tuesday night by Hugh S. White of El Paso county health officer Tvho was summoned. Dr. White stated Wednesday after- neon that Mrs. ag:ner is not suffer- ing with a serious attack of smallpox.! Ho returned to El aso Wednesday morning. ADDITION FOE THE I2T. SlNAi TE3VIPLE r-nr-r. j. JJ.. to Mount Sinai tprnnl Kr tttwi nesdav morning -Tie addition whw.h extends baekfrom the rear of tho tm pie along Boulevard will be dlvidSfl Into three room-! ajiri viii ho nc . JL ! . -sea ? Lix.LiiTiiu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

L PASO HERAI 41 Miss Fay MckeyesOf the WindmiilCity Is the Fortunate Winner Of the Grand Prize. Morenci Gets Second Grand Prize Las Cruces Third and Alamogordo Fourth. i TO Miss Fay McKcycs o Deming goes the $1250 Overland automobile and The Great Hcrald popularity contest is ended. And for that reason there will he -ereat rejoicing in Doming: town when the handsome car ar- rives with little Miss McKcyes wmillng from the tonncau. Citizens of Deming decided to win that automobile and they did It. Toward the end of the exciting contest it seemed that every man woman and child for miles around was running- about with iu i in JLJim.H!l5.'Jl 'UH1.' Jm"Wm. iVS-V; .'Svv'SfJJ? vOyiC Jx31- yX?Z;- 17. "&'" . '''??s 3IISS FAY" 3IdvEY'ES Deming X. M. The AVInner. -mm:J5Z&Jm9:Z&3Z rsSvSSBPBSEaalSsF. Jar - PSS$falliNra:3s JWMluil L. '- ' '' JliilU-'EJaJi'L JtvS-4'' Jr " LfSIi$&?HUfefr Xy;- BKHwEKKL MaPjfeW 'lB.?BMBMMggg&cj'v. t 4L i-r-y vr ffiJHiiflff TOM- SBSGLmL. vC:- x MgsB...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

L PASO . HERALD FOR SALE? REAL ESTATE. sv VjfCrf UUSGflS W"4 1 ' J kV N -xz m fT.Hf DOG MAM SAO Hr ll"6Pcn s. WQUUD LEAP UP WifiBftftii.-'i lilf BnaMMMaaaaHBanr CTYMSHT.-390SL1T things Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices LOST FOUND. LOST A lady's watch in front of Shel- don hotel. Liberal reward if left at the Herald office. LOST Silver chain purse on X. Kansas St.. between Missouri and Boulevard- Return 716 N. Kansas. Reward. LEATHER CARD CASE lost Sunday evening between fire station on Texas St. and town containing E. P. & S. W. anuax pass No. BS1. Reward if re- turned to Flat 10 Brazos. E. M. Glee- on jr. HELP WANTEJ5 2IALE. TELEGRAPHY is HUICIvLl learned; great demand for operators; situation sure; expenses low. Address Dallas Telegraph college Dallas. Texas. WANTED Driver who is familiar with the grocery and meat business and ac- quainted with the city; must be a TTi&TTip.l man and able to furnish bond. Apply Nations' Market between hours 2 and 4 p. in. WANTED ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

11 jlLLj FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. WANT A H03IE? We have a very large list of desir- able property for some of which we are sole agents. If you aon't see what you want be- low phone us for we may have JUST the thing to suit you. lou see we couldn't possibly advertise everything we have. 5 room cottage. Rio Grande St. 6 room cottage Rio Grande St. 5 room cottage 1000 block of Ari- zona St- only $3650. 8 room home Rio Grande St. 7 rooms home' Montana St. only $S200. 5 room cottage. Wyoming St. 6 room bungalow east front its a One of the prettiest homes in Mundy Heights. You should see it VACANT LOTS. Arizona St. building site $llo0. 2 lots Rio Grande St. Nevada St. building site ell located. 2 lots corner Wyoming and Noble only $2000 for the 2. 2 lot Montana St Price right. SEE VS FOR VALLEY LANDS. FOR RENT. 9 room brick. Boulevard. ' 2 Cloudcroft cottages furnished. FIRE INSURANCE AUTO. IN5L RANCH LIVESTOCK INSURANCE. IV. F. PAYNE Phone 1250. Angelus Hotel BIdg. Full SALE. Entire block o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 f Extra! Extra! Tomorrow Only Large sized invisible Hair Nets all shades to match any one's (hair. Tomorrow only we will sell 6 of these nets for the price of one in other words C- 6 for r OC (Limit 6 to a customer) Extra! Extra! Men's Handkerchiefs For the men we offer tomorrow one of the biggest values ever given. This bargain is Hem- stitched Pure Linen Handkerchiefs an extraordinary Anniversasy Sale vaue tomorrow at r each aC (limit 6 to a customer) nniversary ncreases Will ' U. T.1 It was a happy thought of ours making this " Housekeepers' Week." Sales so far have been enormous. In fact sd great has been the sell- ing of all those articles that housekeepers specially need that we do not think it necessary today to quote additional items except a few extra specials in the Basement. Other departments are given prominence today and the specials noted for tomorrow and the balance of the week are really the best that the sale has yet afforded. Activity I Hffl 29th ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

News Of the Great Southwest n EL PASO HERALD 11-1910- News Of the Great Southwest "Wednesday 'Li hew m "Ahead of 'Em All 99 Firs ENTRALEXTERSI Grand Jury Reports Kick of Crank Breaks Chauf- feur's Arm School Closes. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: bU t National Bank of El Paso II the Are Our $4.00 Oxfords for Young Men up E W Nifty Styles In All The Leathers H E JJ DEL HIO PBOPERTY BEINGS HIGH PRICE Chvners Plan Modem Build- ing Postoffice Advanced. Mormons May Locate. Del Rio Texas May 11. A realty leal of importance was the sale to judge J. Foster and Joseph Rosenfield lo ll men of the southwest corner lot Perry (Slain) and Cove streets. The rice paid was in the neighborhood of t 20000 or over $200 per front loot. :he lot Is S3x333 feet and is situated on four streets. A two-story nncK building is now on the property In addition to a summer theater. The new owners plan to erect a business build- ing in the near future to cost prob- ably $200000 which will Include a de- partment store and ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

y 12 "W&iesday May 11 1910. IL PASO HERALD I lW'.VMWYiV'VV'WN'it r H. S. S? M. and e eimer (Continued From Yesterday.) iTffE WORLD LOOKS 1 DIFFERENT TO THE I JlfeM AN WITH i Urn if r Hll a m . j; I I The I I jl By Charles Klein FT J Illustrations m Intra Degree ' Arthur Hornblow A AT . . r .- K Wcfers J $ A Narrative OF Metropolitan iite 5 j I J Copyright. 1910 by G. W. Dillingham Co. I 1 i Men WnoWear Ayk iffff Jr '-5 ft mi. &'" k 1p V - H HKfRTX KWMtf w fc I HE KNOWS HE 13 I W5ECURE s For $3000 Said a well known millionaire I can hire cleverer men than myself. Then how did I annex so much? When a youngster I formed the habit of salting a bit of my pay every week. Before I knew it I had a little stake- A straight tip came my way on an investment and it proved to be right. Back in -the bank went my original savings plus the profit ready for another turn. And so it grew. But it all began with the "save a little money for a 'rainy day idea." Young man start an account with tts...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

The Herald's Sporting News 13 The Herald's Sporting News Tuesday Jgf PASO HER May 11. 1910. ALD x 'C t jfjr M 1 c:;--M " - am r A. 9ti. mJT milr j&kjh - JW - Sommer -ROR-MEN Underwega? fotcboyb. Big League Base Tuesday Results XATIOXAL LEAGUE. At St. Louis R.H. E. Boston 5 3 1 St. Lou's 3 7 3 Batteries BoHton Custis and Gra- ham; St. Louis Harmon and Bresnahan. Umpires RIgler and Emslie. AVESTERX LEAGUE. At Omaha H- H. E. Omaha - 10 J ' Topeka '" vinitirifi McCaffertv. Hollenbeclc i and Gonding; Fugate and Kerns. I r!??ll ou wear light cool 3sf. " " 53i5-: ..I-ZJ summer clothing because ytr Jill Mf -t?i i -Zr5S' it allows the body heat to fW Mh ---::::- i 1Sy escape. Apply the same kx- " li n.:Lrffi principle to summer under- K'.). '; 'l ? 'g- -Z Bay ncaemear by this label feiH I ? 5 f i T " " 1 j i f3k -J-i It guarantees Summer Comfort T$'f&'''''t'z.'S!ik - Prrnskni t " i- fvv.':. v.v:.v.fct At Pittsburg R. H. E. Brooklyn 1 6 0 Pittsburg 0 5 0 Batteries Brooklyn Bell and Be...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

r w s r Wednesday May 11 1910. L PAi 14 umerous Happy Many Card "Parties In City During the &Jeefi airs In Club Circles HERALD yv 0ff i IoiSIH i3I10C Styles We have shoes pleasing to the eye arid pleasant for the foot. The 3-hutton patent Oxford is a very dressy shoe and a fa- vorite seller. Price . &2 CA only pJ0JJ We have a 'great variety of other Oxfords and Punips for street or evening wear in patent eolored calf sat in suede or gold kid ranging in price from $3.00 to GREATER EL PASOyS GREATEST SHOE STORE (ftf&M S SHOE- nnMPANYi One More Discot)ery (By Ilarrr F. Bowling.) Xor among: the ice of agres where the frosty storm fiend rases Have I sougrht to claim the laurel earned by Peary claimed hy Cook; Xor by effort strong: and manly vied with Roosevelt or with Stanley To "confine the world's equator in a copyrighted book. From such arduous toil exempted none the less have I attempted Long to penetrate a realm uncharted ince the dawn of dajs. Seers have sought but neve...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

V News Of the Great Southwest News Of the Great Southwest 15 TTednesdaT May 11 1910. v s rortzimatzi& (Juestzon you eat you IPemore Oar 9th year in Bia BUSINESS 02T SOCK ISLAITO EOAB Superintendent Says It Was Never Better on This Division. Dalhart. Texas May 11. Superin- tendent H. L. Reed of the Rock Island declares that for the past four -weeks the business has been greater over the El Paso division than for any previous period since the completion of the road. R. L. McMillan private secretary to "W. B. Slaughter president of the First National bank left for Pueblo Colo. to transact some cattle business. The old school bord with the ex- ception of one was elected. The board as It now stands is as follows: TV. J. Clarke president; A. S. Kendrick sec- retary; T. W. Turner H. C. Floyd T. "W. "Wiggins J. TV. Mormon J. L. Fin- als. The board -will meet Saturday to swear in the new member J. L. Finnis and elect three additional teachers to fill the required number for the en- suing...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

I J L PASO H 18 Wednesday May 11 1910. 4 ai fl Irrigating From An Underground River The. Great Good Fortune Of Demingites By R. Bedichek XE of the most curious natural phenomena in the Southwest is Mimbres valley from Deming- to the line of Old Mexico from 20 to 60 feet deep. the vision of the land man and his in- one who has had no trainintr in ecology . from Deming:. Mr. Hund is a. scientific to imagine. Of course during years of J farmer. He was one of the pioneers of j excessive rainfall rh naturally ncu i veiuuie county uamornia ana tius north of Deaning X. M . only to sink Vinto the sands. It does not reappear within the borders of the United States but rises again a few miles south of the j Mexican line and there forms a tre- mendous lake. A few years ago an enterprising land man got ahold of a taiented but drunk- en. landrane wiinier. and the two of them saw a vision of steamboats puffing the Mimbres river which issues j "" "' "-! r "A.. i tm. ' o; . ..:.. e Rrfi I one of th...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

17 I.-C&.. rnia rran our "Wednesday May 11 1910. r jFM ALL ABOASD FOR THE FOLLOWING HOTELS SUMMERNRESORTS ETC. YOU CAN WEAR KNOCK-A-BOUT CLOTHES OR A DRESS SUIT FISH HUNT SAILOR CAMP PLAY TENNIS GOLF BOWL DANCE OR LOSE YOURSELF AMONG SHADY NOOKS AND QUIET RETREATS. ILLUSTRATED LITERA- TURE MAPS AND INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISED RESORTS AND HOTELS WILL BE FURNISHED PROMPTLY AT HERALD OFFICE. s W&&&: - .' ' . - - The Land Where the Cooi Breezes a Rest From This High Dry Climate It Will Do You a World of x Good wioofemsie 1 lS3Sll!l y mi K. A a a3 & HI7" STANDS! fill I It t tt IT Tl r 'laadsome YE ALPINE P TAVERN! 3Iost Charming: Moun- tain Resort In the World. Summer Rat ex. An Ideal Resort to Spend Your Vacation. Or a Trip To LOXG BEACH The Beneh Paradise HUNTINGTON REACH NEWPORT BEACH BAY CITY BALBOA Or at any of the Great Summer Resorts on the Great Pacific Electric System. For Booklets and in- formation "write D. A. MUNGER G. P. A. Pacific Electric R....

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD 18 iVednesday May 11 1910. I About Strawberries Strawberries are strawberries in the minds of most people so long as they look fresh and good. However there is a difference in Denies -when it comes to fche right kind to preserve. Some berries cook away almost to nothing and do not preserve whole. We can show you the difference in berries this week and explain to you the right kind to preserve having made special arrange- ments for one thousand and fifty boxes each day to arrive Thursday Friday and Saturday this week. Present indications are that this preserving berry will be higher therefore it will pay you to do your preserving at once. Place your order XOW and set aside Thursday Friday and Saturday for preserving day. In ordering specify that you want this particular kind of berry ribe "GAXDY' which is the sweetest kind and requires less sugar and your preserves will be a success. Per Crate of Send us your mail SPECIAL Only $1.10 Phone 151. 210-212 Texas S. Auto 115...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 May 1910

EI Paso Texas All the News Herald Prints It First Thursday Evening 5 May 12 1910 --- 12 Pages Willi e It's Fresh. PUT IP 15 I POLICE eshin In American Navy Launched P'uPC : HI flIfSIBPfflIIIaI fJvfoef M4-4-$ FFICIALS ID DEI GRAND JURY MEMBER i 1 1 mmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm -.fcM Citv's Guests Are Taken in xf at Height of Their Fun and Given a Scare. LOCAL COMMITTEE PUT UP THE JOB iAwajtN f:i Annual Banquet of White Way Society Marked by Absence of Speaking. It was a national convention of John Does and Richard Roes that El Paso has been entertaining- this week Instead of the Texas Bank- ers' association to judge from the blotter at the city police sit at ion- There are Roes and Does to the number of 50 en- tered on the big booic at the vil- lage iockup and after each name is a notation made by the night chief that five good in- terest bearing dol- lars had been de- posited as cash oail for the own- ers of the names. It all happened at Ziegleifs Wednes- day night. The white "Way Sou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 May 1910

I WHEEL KING EDWARD' WILL BE UUKiEli ' iMMBWrt H - -. . ... .. ..-. . - ' - i-1 3 & VwS wSx&Z&rs&sk x 4HH1 The Finest I Oil Yotf Vacation I Without first haying your clothes all cleaned and pressed. The prices that we are now giving are the lowest in the country first class work con- sidered. Take no chances on being stung by the hotel where you will stop. m Both Phones. Work (Continued country club dance In honor of the visitors. J According to 4he by-laws which axe spelled "buy-laws" on the program the membership of the society consists of those who have large blocks of dividend paying stock in the leading hanks of the country or nave a deep sad unsatisfied yearning lor the same the only other requirement for member- ship being that the candidate come across -with a certified check for 10. More than 50 of the visiting and local benders participated in the society's big annual romp. The "Spcakiasr." Judge John Franklin non-banker presided and Introduced each of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 May 1910

Thursday May 12 1910. THAT Hi n PiirpTH L PASO HERALD onncnini tuibwc BfifiPMi&icpv Inuuppc nUUtlLiLLi i Elllif0 llnuliilli-n I jUilfinoL nr Tnr ixiom n sp diiiisin too fisot oni ! i yyuuLnuL su if &s . . i .. pi r:r3V2s2iZHi W U -m t TO rPUTnU MMI:! ifii. I He In t X VI i -r nr ur nt nunLU id muiiiib iou m ruium S (U I 3 1 -8 MH 5- . n Z 5 E BUS C H tl ISE KTiV'SfRXSKTWIf B S V-k . V ja. .v JL mS ssf jt (Continued From modern civilization can be In any way compared is that period of Graeco-Ro-man civilization extending- say from the Athens of Themistocles to the Rome of Marcus Aurclius. The Old And the Xew. "Many of the forces and tendencies "which were then at work are at work now. Knowledge luxury and refine- ment wide material conquests terri- torial administration on a vast scale an increase in the mastery of me- chanical appliances and in applied sci- ence all these mark our civilization as they marked the wonderful civili- zation that flourished in the Mediter- ranean...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 May 1910

Thursday May 12 1910. it An r -. J. mB f u ff u YVfl Do you feel weak tired despondent have frequent head- aches coated tongue bitter or bad taste in morning "heart-burn" belching o gas acid risings in throat after eating stomach gnaw or burn foul breath dizzy spells poor or variable appetite nausea at times and kindred symptoms? If you have any considerable number of the above symptoms you are suffering from bilious- ness torpid liver with indigestion or dyspepsia. Dr. Pierce Golden Medical Discovery is made up of the most valuable medicinal principles known to medical science for the permanent cure of such abnormal conditions. It is a mest efficient liver invigorator stomauh tonic bowel regulator and nerve strengthencr. The "Golden Medical Discovery" is not c patent medicine or secret nostrum . full list of its ingredients being printed on its bottle-wrapper and attested under oath. A glance at these will show that it contains no alcohol or harm- ful habit-forming drugs. It is a f...

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