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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 10 March 1910

Thursday, March 10, 1910. 11. FOR SALE RKAL ESTATE. BUILDING SITES AXD VACANT IiOTS. H. L. HOWELL, 213 HERALD BUILDING. BUILDING SITE SUNSET HEIGHTS. Fine corner 40x130. 1 block from car line, east front. 1 block from Mundy Park. This is a splendid residence dis trict, is surrounded by magnificent ar tistic homes, and Is worth $500 more than the asked price, which Is $1850. Very easy terms. H. L. HOWELL, 213 HERALD BLDG. 1 LOTS, ROOSEVELT AVE, SUN SET HEIGHTS. This is walking- distance, the only lets this close to town at the price, and Is easily worth $1500. Will sell the lot and half for $1250, cash or terms. IL L. HOWELL, 213 HERALD BLDG. TWO LOTS ON WYOMING. The second two from the viaduct, nice low terrace, level, in fine residence dis trict. Would make a splendid apart ment house location. Will sell for ?1S50 cash or terms. H. L. HOWELL, 213 HERALD BLDG. TWO LOTS UPSON AVE. One block from car line and Mundy Park. East fronts, finest residence dis trict, level. These are among-...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 10 March 1910

ERALD .Thursday, March 10, 1910. H t Specials for This Week u ! ri 10 Pounds Best Granulated Cf AA H ...... O Sugar P II Eight Bars Two Cans 1 mill White Star Tomatoes 1 Snan For 1 For 15c ! (Ill t-' II I'llll 0-s Packed frojn Select Eipe lillil mw . Guaranteed. 111 & errit's Brand Butter, the S "1 1 1 ?R3? jest made, pound OOC J llll !Fresh Texas Eggs, per dozen 25c II Toasted Com Flakes, 3 for ' 25c Krst class standardJPeaches, 3 lb. cans, 3 for. .50c Empsons' Asparagus Tips, 30c cans for 25c i Send Us Tour Mail Orders. ill M"""M"MiaMB,aiB!iiBaBii'B'iMiMBB,iiiM8BiiiB,MiHiBBnMMBMi IIIJII ' i " F ft li' i1 m 4m ml I f h t i II ml " ill lillil II i JMWI'B'aBM I I lillil HUflBHHHHMHBBHHHHBHHHSHHBIHHinHHHfHHHHHnBHBUBiBBHlS llllli Fhonel51. 210-212 Texas St Autoll5L HOTEL ABBIVALS. Grand Central C. R. Bliss. St. Louis SCo.; K. A- Johnson, ag-ent Sanford Dodge, ST. X.; Charles Ii. Bond, Douglas, Ariz.; J. J- Johnson, Douglas, Ariz.; E J. Soler and family, Kent City, Mich.; J. Shreide...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 11 March 1910

E! Paso, Texas, f riday Evening, March 11, 1910-10 Pages While It's Fresh. aaKnai bHobsKS . aHakaa erfr ay -sb a" - - . j l W. L. Peahody Says There Was No Understanding with T. H. Rogers Co. His Firm Often Delivers Direct to Schools But Rogers Gets the Money and Pays for Goods at Wholesale Prices. School board business affairs con tinue to be a leading topic of discus sion among business men and others of tho city. It was even the subject of re marks at a get-together dinner of St. Clement's parish 'last night. The matter of purchases by the board Is the general topic, the conversation hinging on certain transactions in which it is stated that members of the board have been closely connected with sales of goods to the schools. Friends of Kenry Welsch asserted that in the old days lines were not closely drawn, and that all he ever did was justified by precedent. For example, It was pointed out, that goods from the E. B. Welch company, in which W. L. Pea body, chairman of the Interna...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 11 March 1910

tf and The announcement of our Fashion Show tomorrow afternoon will The original cuts, of which we use duplicates, cost $500.00. This advertisement should be noted with interest. Fashion Show Week March 14-19 TRANSPORTATION OF COMMERCE Will Be Segregated From the General Work of the Chamber and Put Upon a Self -Sustaining Basis. The traffic bureau of ihe chamber of commerce is to be made selfsupport ing. The bureau, although only a little more than a year eld, has grown so rapidly that it is to be made an inde pendent department of the chamber of commence activities. It has been sup ported by the chamber of commerce a sufficient length of time to prove Its Importance to the shippers of the city and to show the direct benefits to be obtained from such a bureau. Broadealag: Its Scope. For the purpose of widening the scope of the bureau, the new board of directors has increased the transporta tion committee from four to 20, and , including in its membership representa In a disease so p...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 11 March 1910

Friday, March 11, 1910. i AUDOIN'S SATURDAY SPECIALS EL PASO HERALD , I f !! I ' IMMJMIIJ,,-!!!!! - rpy rnn rini i Surprised! No, ratlier expect it! ''Attention," think it over, come and see the quality and be your own judge. We advertise only what we do. Note the f ollow ing prices for Saturday: Prime Rib Roast, per lb 15c Top Shoulder Steak, per lb 10c Prime Rib Boast, Polled, per lb 17c Chuck Roast and Rib Stew, 3 lbs. for 25c Legs of ilutton, per lb 16c Mince Meat, 3 lbs. for 25c Pickled White Onions, regular 25c; tomorrow, per pint '. 15c Crab Meat "for connoisseurs only," tomorrow, per can 50c See our Plymouth Rock live chicken window display. Fine for yard purposes as well. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Anything and everything to meet every taste and desire. New Potatoes. 2 lbs. for 25c Fresh Green Peas, per lb 20c - - Asparagus, per lb - 30c Siring Beans, 2 lbs. lor c Strictly Fresh Yard Eggs, per doz 25c Fresh Cranberries, Belle Peppers, Radishes, Onions. Sunny Side Special Butter,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 11 March 1910

L PASO HERALD Friday, March 11, 1910. By James Forbes Copyright, 1908, by v. W. Dillingham Com pany. Novelized From Forbes's Play of the Same Name by John W. Harding ;iillllhli gM "" . . , i vB ImwMlmk 1 " 1 Mr. J". C. Strauss of St. Louis, known as America's greatest master of the art of portrait photography, has lent his aid to the suc cess of the Feldman Pho tographic Exhibition by sending six portraits. I wish space permitted my telling you more of that man Strauss. Medals and honors he has won by the score, both abroad and at home, but he never talks about it. We will tell you more about him when you "visit our studio. Exhibi tion hours 10 to 5 dailv, March 10th to 25th! ITo admission fee. h vckA I f Feldmah 308 San Antonio St. Whatever may be the effect else where of such orders as "Silence" and "Positively Xo Smoking" printed in bold type and conspicuously displayed, the v remain dead letters and objects ,of jest In the dressing rooms of the chorus -ladies of that vell known ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 11 March 1910

Friday, March 11, 1910. is Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery LEADERS IN LOWER PRICES Pay Cash and Save Money on Your Grocery Bill. QUALITY ALWAYS THE BEST Two Bell Phones, 844 and 823. Ind. Phone 1691. Blue Kibbon Butter, none better sold anywhere, 3 lbs. for $1.00 strictly Fresh Ranch Eggs, per dozen 25c Mountain Park Eggs (never over 4 days old) per doz 35c Cream of Wheat, 1 Kr Teagarden Jams (16 02. jars) OP per pkg. JLOC each uC Dr. Price's All Grain Break- ig Standard pack Tomatoes IP fast Food, per pkg 13C 2 cans for IOC Ealston's Breakfast Food, - if Standard Iowa Corn, gf per pkg. iUv 3 cans for uC Dr. Price's Wheat Flakes, Kellogg's Early June Peas (extra 1A Corn Flakes, Post Toasties, O - quality) each 1UC 5 ni-m. , e&JlC Thelcn Earlv June Peas. tf F3 v fjfo .ivrj. .... .....- "VnHnnal Ont.q lfiror nlrc.. for .'... iUC Grape-Xuts, 2 pkgs. OKr for &OC Shredded Wheat, 2 pkgs. OP for fe O C Prepared Buckwheat Flour, OS-, 2 pkgs. for DC Aunt Jamima Pancake "f Flour, per pkg Iv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 11 March 1910

AGAZINE PAGE Friday, March 11, 1911). EDITORIAL AN EL PASO HERALD ttabllshed April. 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes also, by absorption b4 succession. The Dally News, The Telegraph, The Telegram, The Tribunt, Tke Graphic, The Sun, The Advertiser, The Independent, The Jeurnal, The Republican. The Bulletin. ICEXBER ASSOCIATED PRESS A3FD A3IER. XEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOQ tered at the SI Paeo Poctofflce for Transmission at Second Class Hates. Dicte to the service of the people, that no good cause shall lack & chaza pion, and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. - .I BelL Auto. f BulneJ Gfflo 115 111k SEXAX.D J Editorial Rooms 2020 2020 tTCLSPHOXaS. Society Reporter 1019 V. Advertising department 11 TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. S&Qr Herald, per month, 60c; per year, $7. Weekly Herald, per year, $2. The Daily Herald Is delivered by carriers In El Paso, East El Paso, Fort Slice and Towne. Texas, and Clndad Juarez, Mexico, at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his pap...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 11 March 1910

HERALD Friday, March 11, 1910. lIEHilflfi'31 !B?f PI OPT 4-' fr &4 L&fe"" -4.r V sWa - fe- Hk' " "-trfSsT & - ' KL - m - ' II-,, ' " iflrmBr Fifty Years the Standard jm gjji CREAM 1 lTlMa Matto from iap&& -S9m HGS&? yifefc -. - , . rjHHkriHmV k Is .WAWWVVWAWWVUWMAVLVtfVVVVWVVVWVWWWVVVVVVVVVVVWWWW AHIZOfyA 8EW MEXICO 'iii'jjHttiiAji'M.v'vvvvvftyyt Sheep Men and Farmers to Be Benefited New Build ing Planned. Corona, N. M. March 11. Four inches of snow fell here Thursday morning'. The snow was heavy and did not drift and will be of much benefit to the sheep men and farmers, as the country here was becoming rather dry Gross, Kelly & Co. are preparing to build a new stone store building for xheir stock of merchandise as soon ai the weather becomes favorable. Alderman J. J. Hill was a recent visi tor here from A2amogordo. Finis Atkinson has purchased an au tomobile which he will use in conection with his livery business. DUBLA1T CIiTJB TO PBESENT PLAYLET Ooioni...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 11 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD JBridav, March 11, 1910. y .I ' " OUR, BEST PLAYER HAS BEENU h nn.Vr KirJ I iHERE IS A NOSggMIBjD ! URT' VTlSs SboTBALL FROM 3)TnliCHrWN ' ,Zm&ATpLBpURJ wYoqLr ,j TVpiN6 pons YRS , wTm J im face. r TAKE" HSS &fi fv&UT " ANVTrMG YV THi QAhE ' F S ,N THA V iTHAT BALL 15 COMING I IWHEOi I 1 "T h RIGHT MY WAV' WHAT CAN 6EEJ sg, "Tfl "3 lHP'5 OVEIS I TTFI I , IWELL oWS'. PUT THAT BALL ySTHg LINE ! kg YOOWON MN THFGHjrLTHAT f yes. M down-!!! stiUi mf i Kj J)OWNf AND OUT, TOO!!! ! ! (W Vvx . C! '" - . FS::S i mmt, . - i COPYRIGHT. .im'BY 1HE Filings Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notice? Vord. No A. Le TUsl .Kks. 1 Ct a LOST F0TJ3SD. STRAYED Black horse branded C E. Finder please return to El Paso Coun try club and receive reward. WANTED A voung boy about 15 years of age. Apply Room 502, Caples Bldg. X.OST Saturday, garnet bar pin, be tween Sheldon and city hall. Phone 1623. LOST White Angora cat, name King. $5 reward if returned to 312 Leon. IF YOU LOSE AN...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 11 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD i "If m se i-jjili "61 fi tJUi W i"8l Friday, March 11, 19.10. 9 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. BUILDING SITES AXD VACAXT LOTS. II. L. HOWELL, 213 HERALD BUILDING. SUILDING SITE SUNSET HEIGHTS. Fine corner 40x130, 1 block from car line, east front, 1 block from Mundy Park. This Is a splendid residence dis tr.ct, Is surrounded by magnificent ar tistic homes, and is worth $500 more than the asked price, which is $18o0. Very easy terms. H. L. HOWELL, 213 HERALD BLDG. 1 LOTS, ROOSEVELT AVE., SUN SET HEIGHTS. This Is walking distance, the only lots this close to town at the price, and is easily worth $1500. Will sell the lot and half for $1250. cash or terms. H. L. HOWELL, 213 HERALD BLDG. TWO LOTS ON WYOMING- The second two from line viaduct, nice low terrace, level, in fine residence dis trict. Would make a splendid apart ment house location. Will sell for SISoO cash or terms. H. L. HOWELL, 213 HERALD BLDG. TWO LOTS UPSON AVE. One block from car line and Mundy Park. East fronts, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 11 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 10 Friday, March 11, 1910. ipecials for Pounds Best Granulated 1 Sugar Eight Bars White Star Merritt's Brand Butter, the -r best made, pound Fresh Texas Eggs, per dozen . . . . 25c Toasted Com Flakes, 3 for 25c First class standard Peaches, 3 lb. cans, 3 for. .50c Empsons' Asparagus Tips, 30e cans for 25c Send Us Your Mail Orders. MMSHMBBOHHiMMa ' M"" 210-212 ILATLROAD HEWS. Judge Bartch, of Salt Lake, Optimistic as to Growth of El Paso. Judge G. W. Bartch, of Salt Lake City, for 17 years on the supreme court bench of the state or Utah, and chief justice -when he resigned on Oct. 1, 1906. da In El Paso today en route to Mexico City, for -which place he leaves to night. Judge Bartch is at present connected with the Mexican Pacific Railroad com pany, organized in Itelawarei -which has a Mexican concession for the construc tion of a railroad from Manzanillo, state of Coiima, to Salina Cruz, 950 miles down the Pacific coast. Bonds for the construction of the road -will be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

V In Garments MY From simple tub frocks, costing but a -few dollars, to H the most elaborate European and American creations 3" briefly tells yon what our fashion Show next week embraces. The selection of something for Easter is now imperative. One main object of our Fashion Show is to make that selection easiest and of the greatest satis faction. In addition to showing the widest range of correct garments to be seen in El Paso, we also remind you that our Alteration Department has reached a state of perfection that is not approached in El Paso. No Cards This Seasi I Jli:- The wyMW Fashion V windows m? ,ml show Week w P Will Be M ffmi I W 1 fi . l Reallv Wk ft fTTifcmoFF FI Pazn 1 H , Wonderful p wjjfcJvfPxS PePle I 1, Throughout ' Si See What : I f Fashion ' WAWSWM WlU. ' jbj Don't Fail to I M 'M Fashion', M m c n F T If Hi1 Vt; Devotees See Them IT. . ' l fc W Lfevotees j 1 &i f 11 Iff 1 IP5 IBfe' 5J SI s P 4&1 IfeH - ffilfimgatoBq ' 3 i $$w!ErWI III ' m l tliAae8a rvH . j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

Saturday March 12, 1910. TWO IMPORTANT EVENTS O fvxr coming at an unusually early date this year, March 27th, we have decided to 'r 4SVW b&im r"'Xv "JZ : yf1 'V-iS s)TZ X --7Si ' .v. &3ZZ v y2 tmmM L combine two of the most important of the sea- son's style events the Spring Style Show and the Easter Exhibit. EI. PASO HEBJULD tXmsftmmmmtamiemimmwaitmmamtnBmta-maigMmumKaamiiaBB ii OMBINED . I I x'&X'j fc I -r-"22 r' v3J !' '.-S m. -r?"t , Vl,?M S$ M$sd$ IMS? I ? FE rSSIiBKb iL"Sfc e. "B,Nis?ww nr -r -- w ! IL If WMi if . ' C tB K &RBBRfS&r" &? Ksf y TO C at As, ii" vt.iLi SCi TSJKm t jtr w.f'AW.i .?. ir ax y 7 s v.yi .a, ?" v'vv.-.. arr-v c;x j- cy1 -v -a-. . - S;X?;m:Xm :.. i. I W:B?SJ11C'.'1 , X , f I a 1 gf9i I if I !3 S fcL 6t S BdSiBBBBBiHRKI:! ,' rx.,v yXyf'Xmt'. fs' v:&? i. j. iHr oK :.'rasRS25H5SS&rs r jT.vav.-.j i f . t "j v i r i'.w.w w . t ...-- ..'::-n- . .- 5rw-- "i' . .j... r .w - .: vuvw -j .. vv?. -.v "v - - b (v-o jc ? j j- - -h. . - r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

Saturday. Maxell 12, 1910 EL PASO HERALD . gjglr tjgsggr; Z 1BSIk aw". & T By Rene Mansfield T took one ross to make the winter hat. It -will take more than a dozen to make the smart spring and summer con fection. A fashion that per mitted a "woman to close her eyes, drop a single blossom or bow or rosette on some corner of a rakish shape, stab the crown with a hat pin and sail forth correctly bonneted would be neces sarily short-lived. "Off with their un adorned headgear 1" roared the powers that be. Sotto voce: "It's bad for the trade." So all signs seem to indicate that we will stagger under cartloads of blossoms before the end of summer. The advance styles show moderation in their tsse, as well as In tha4new shapes, how ever, and though one model had pink roses standing upright over the whole top of the crown, surrounded by a heavy7 hedge- of white lilacs all of which sug gested watering cans and pruning shears the most conservative woman should be able to find something to ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

Saturday, March 12, 1910. nffl')"" - -. ion successes asfnificent stume !!ffi;,, EL PASO HERALD 3&5 tci. ivwixi1 rst&K. ? W .UUTKLiV ?5 A. X 'VTW; viIBm' ,r XT? s," &tr y'? fcj' virM Jf -&. 'sill f Jt ' i ' L&mbj n4 lillw fir frfU i Irs ? flt 11 fei: 'B r6 VV; w i i " jt f y n s. v See 1- II H fl !$$$& ,!?&$& -rr-- MMmrzy&s t v a it . CifSxScs SAiZrjS Zz3&M ISf i. '?TskuS''r 5S&? iUV? ttRx r li Xi isttaE.f,-! - &.m im i :' - 5 .BS? U jfr - r - -sS V x5'' ;5 ' TT h-MP v. - ,n.s ; 'j? h iJKrA - -3 V f ft 'A ''"'v ;A PI IS Iff Windows f o w ' , v wvv -r - - --. ,,. str. SK Q3r A. " v : if i. HE pre-eminence of French Artists brilliantly reproduced. Rich and rare combinations of weaves, colors and fashion effects. The per manency of the Boston Store's superiority m authentic models. J$hy Truly the breath of the Spring season has wrought it's, effects upon Z:l this popular shopping place. The whole store is, in blossom with New Suits, Skirt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

6 Saturday, March. 12, 1910. EL PASO HERALD mKmBmmmmmmmmmmaamimmmmmmmmmmnmmtmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmzmmmtmmmmBmmmmmmm&lmmamima&l I 3 FASCINATING FOOTWEAR FASHIONS, FOR SPRING AND SUMMER. . LB ? JST." said I. "they blister!" "But," said the shoe buyer, with finality, "they bewitch!" a Which Is aa adequate reason for the fact that It Is to be a pump season at whatever cost to heels and hosiery. Not even the sang ankle strap will be permitted to the woman who would be ultra-fashionable. A new cat of the vamp Is said to have Improved the fit of the pump to such an extent that there was ample room for Improvement many a callosity and blister will testify to that the ankle strap has been, omitted from the smartest style far spring and summer wear. The patent and the dull ' finished leathers win be used for the street boots, ss will also suede, in black. But the shoe buyer affirmed that colored suede would be seen no more 'neath the petticoats of the correctl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

- EBALI Saturday, March 32, 1910. S&K&sBr ' ATT 'RACTIVE LINGERIE AND NEGLIGEES;7' TOC CT T1T1ICD CTT A QfW, I 1 111. fcJlVIlVii-jlX t)i-d-kUKSl& SlfliiSliF iHJBkf?J K) w51f m Ij .HE woman that Is not moved by a filmy cloud of lace and embroidery and half-concealed, wholly alluring ribbon3 and bows, is fit for a mother hub bard and -woolens. There are not many of her kind. But there are many -who are moved to extravagant pur chases, or eye-torturing needlework, upon beholding: the shop windows with their dainty finery. Never has lingerie repre sented greater ingenuity in design or, a greater amount of hand work and elabor ation. Tne hand embroidery, which for a time flourished independently on the lingerie of the most fastidious, is now combined with quantities of lace, and tucking and bead ing and big medallions of Irish or Cluny. The Encrlish openwork embroideries are most effectively used on the more elabor ate models, while the Lorraine and Ma deira embroideries are ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

ALD 8 Saturday, March 12, 1910. AILING Those who are sick for a day, a week, or a month, and then recover and go about their duties, get But a glimpse of the misery anoT discouragement; that beset the CHRONICAL LY ILL, who week after week, month after month, every L PASO HER. J&B3x&2t&2& rajqaag year after year, till for them time ends and eternity begins, bear up against or put up with nervous irritation that gnws and wears, pains that seems as if it would break, the mental anguish of enforced idleness and conscious uselessness. B02"'T NEGKLECT YOUR CONDITION UETIL YOU REACH THIS STAGE, OB. UNTIL YOU ARE FORCED INTO TAEING- TREATMENT., THE CURE WILL BE HARDER FOR YOU AND MORE DIEFJCULT TO ACCOMPLISH. SPRING FASHIONS IN ODD SKIRTS AND BLOUSES T ,HE complete eclipse with which It is prophesied every season by toiowingr ones the perennial rf mouse is threatened seems further removed than ever this season. Instead of falling Into disrepute before the onslaught of the on...

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