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Thursday, January 27, 1910.
LAS CRUCES AND
MESILLA VALLEY .
You can bur at big bargains any of the fixtures re
centlv used dy the Vogue Dry Goods Co. These con
sist of Counters, Show Cases, CarVier System, Win
dow Forms and "Window Fixtures, Office Furniture
and Shelving. '
Apply at Popular Dry Goods Co.
ANTHONY HAS A
Will Celebrate Its Arrival
With Dance Friday
Anthony, N. M., Jan. 27. The first
skyscraper for Anthony arrived "Wed
nesday by way the Santa Fe. It was
the long looked for station building.
On Friday night a ball will be given
by the villagers in celebration of this
The Sunday school and church ser
vices have been made more attractive
by the addition of a new Kimball or
gan of fine tone quality.
A. A. Howell, of El Paso, who was j
a former resident here, nas purcnaseu i
property south of Anthony, owned by
the Maverick estate and Jesus Ochoa.
C Bs. Bosworih, of the telephone
company, is in town. He reports that!
work on the main line between here J
and Las Cruces is progressing rapiaiy
Strong Healthy Women
If a woman is strong and healthy in a womanly way, moth
erhood means to her but little suffering. The trouble Ifes
in the fact that the many women suffer from weakness and
disease of the distinctly feminine organism and are unfitted
for motherhood. This can be remedied.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Cures the "weaknesses and disorders of women.
It acts directly on the delicate andV important
organs concerned in motherhood, making them
healthy strong, vigorous, virile and elastic.
"Favorite Pescription, banishes the Indispositions of the
period of expectancy and makes baby's advent easy and
almost painless. It Quickens and vitalizes the feminine
organs, and insures a healthy and robust baby. Thousands of women hart
testified to its marvelous merits.
It Makes Wesk Women Strong. It Makes Sick Women Well.
Honest druggists do not offer substitutes, and urge them upon you as "just
as good." Accept no secret nostrum, in place of this ma-secret remedy. It
contains not a drop of alcohol and not a grain of habit-forming or injurious
drugs. Is a pure glyceric extract of healing, native American roots.
FIRST NATIONAL BA
mUTEB STATES DEPOSITORY
Capital ad Surplus. . .-
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
W. W. TURX5", Chairman.
JOSHUA RAYOLDS, President.
James G. McNary, Vice-President. Walter M. Butler, Asst. Cashier.
Jno. M. Ravnolds, Vice-President. Francis B. Gallagher, Asst. Cashier.
EDGAR W. KAYSER, Cashier.
Assets -.. ....... $4,500,000.00
WE SOLICIT YOUR BANKING BUSINESS
C. 2. XOBEHEAD. President.
JOSEPH KAGQTFIK, V. Pra.
I J. GHAZHXIST, JLsm C&ES.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $118,000.
L Legitimate Banking Business Transected la All Its Bxssc&n,
HIGHEST PRICXS PAID JT02 MEXICAN MONEY.
RiQ 8RIK0E GRIKDE VALLEY Bifft & TRUST SO.
W. W. Turney, Prest. W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
S. T. Turner, Vice Prest. F. 21. Murciison, Asst. Cash.
W- Cooley, V. P. & Mgr. H. E. Christie, Secy.
CAPITAL, SUHPLUS ANDPPwOFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS.
CITY NATIONAL BAP
EL PASO, TEXA.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
TFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
JS 8. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Simmons
A. G. Aedreas K. Kohlberg B. Bhnnenthal
J. F. WiiHzraa 9 J. & May
TOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED.
J. H. JEfatioes, Pree. CnHrford Earvie.
John T. Xdiroy, V. Pre W. E. Anderson.
I Tzmavtx&M, Safety xad Careful Attention
the Policy of
i and "nrnen compietea, teiepnoues win ue
installed at the ranches.
The L.ee iloor outfit passed through
here Wednesday -on the-way to "Eh Paso.
They have completed their contract for
tvork on the La Union ditch. A carload
of lumber has arrived tvith -which to
j make the headgate.
1 31iss Brooks, Miss Jimmie Brooks,
Miss MabelLeedom and Mr. Heffelman
were guests at the La Mesa dance.
fAlvin Tucker who has been visiting
R. C. Adams, has returned to El Paso.
Mrs. C. Rowland and son spent Sun
day with Mrs. Olive Story.
Miss North, from El Paso, is spending-
a few days at her father's, G. "W.
STREET PAT1XG WORK
Las Cruces X. M. Jan. 27. Street
paving is progressing very rapidly on
Las Cruces avenue. Two blocks are
now open for traffic and more -would
be opened it the roller could do the
rolling but the new roller cannot keep
pace with the force contractor Brown
is Keeping aneaa 01 it.
GEO. D. FL0HY, Cashier.
C. H. BASSETX, Vita Pra.
J. X. Goggin, Ties Praa.
W. L. Todsy, Cash.
to the Wants of Oar Custoezi in
HERAIi ON SALE IN IiAS
CSUCES, Sf. M.
Ftb5c A. Hawiey, Agent, opposite
Dally Herald os sale by Ias Cruceo
Drag Co., Camoxze's Nevrs StaaA,
Meeting to Be Held Text
Tuesday Secretary Cole
man Working Hard.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 27. The regu
lar monthly meeting of all the mem-
j bers of the Mesilla valley chamber of
commerce will be held in the armory
on Tuesday evening.
The Mesilla valley chamber of com
merce has for years been one of the
potent factors in keeping up a lively
interest in the welfare and upbuilding
of the valley and Las Cruces, but un
fortunately has not received the loyal
support of the citizenship at large as
it had reason to expect.
But things have lately taken on a
different aspect" since A- R- Coleman
took the secretaryship. Secretary Cole
man hopes to be able to show at this
coming meeting an increase In mem
bership of at least 50 percent since he
took charge of the office, but that is
not where he wants to stop, as the
chamber should have at least 300 mem
bers, he says, and he will endeavor
to build It up to that before the close
of the year.
In answer to letters sent to road
commissioners in each of the states and
territories, the secretary has received
much data which will be used in the
good roads meeting, which will be held
in this city shortly. Dr. Garrison is
chairman of this meeting and will go
to Santa Fe to arrange with the gov
ernor and other parties there who are
to take part In this meeting.
HELD IN STABBING
GASS AT CHUOES
Enriquez Rodriguez Bound
Over by the Justice of
Las Cruces N. M., Jan. 27. The pre
liminary hearing of Enriguez Rodri
guez for assault upon Jose Estrada
was had before justice Lopez, and he
was bound over to await the action -of
the grand iurv. ball TiPin-- fi-ro o
Rodriguez stabbed Estrada in the
stomach with a pocket knife on the
night of the 22nd at a dance in the
northern part of town. Estrada, al
though having received a very deep
cut, is getting along nicely and it is
reported that -he will probably be on
the street again shortly.
3IESIIjLA COLLEGE XOW
HAS A CENTRAL "HELLO"
Las Cruces. N. M., Jan. 27. At the
college there has recently been installed
a telephone switchboard in the main of
fice which serves as "central" for all
the wire talk to and from the college.
Two main lines have been established
from Las Cruces to the college, which
gives a double service and 16 connec
tions are now in operation and more
will be made as needed for the conven
ience of the different departments.
DO YOU LIKE A GOOD SHOW?
Read The Herald's opinion of "The
Lion and the Mouse" and decide for
yourself if it Is -worth seeing tonight.
T.A.S CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, X. M.t Jan. 27. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec
ord have been tiled with the recorder of
Dona Ana county:
W. G. Stewart et ux to B. D. "VuiL
laume, warranty deed to a parcel of
land situated about one-half mile north
of X,as Cruces in Alameda tract, con
taining -seven acres' more or less, con
sideration $500 and other valubles;
dated Jan. 18. 1310.
Catrina Gonzales to John- Gartman,
warranty deed to a tract of land near
Dona Ana, area 120 by 135 varas, con
sideration 31-00 and other valuables;
dated Jan. 13, 1910.
C. D. McKee et al to Cecil S. Grebe
et al, warranty deed to an undivided
two-thirds interest in the west of the
southwest quarter of section 23 town
ship 25 south range 2 east, containing
80 acres; consideration $1.00 and other
valuables; dated Sept. 3, 1909.
Creighton M. Foraker et ux to May
"Walington, warranty deed to a tract of
land situate and beine a nart of ints in
and 11 of section 8 township 18 south
a part of lot 11, section S township 18
south range 4 west, containing three
acres, also a tract containing 5 acres,
consideration ?1580; dated Nov. 1, 1909.
Albert J. Fountain et ux to Scott P.
Stewart, warranty deed to a tract of
land lying south of the southeast cor
ner of the Mesilla Civil Colony grant,
containing 33.53 acres; consideration $1
and dated Nov. 29, 1909.
Andres F. Apodaca et ux to Scott P.
Stewart, warranty defed to a tract of
land situate about one half mile west of
Mesilla, area on its four sides are 108
by 145 by C30 by C33 feet, consideration
$1.00; dated Aug. 31. 1909.
Neconor Guerra et ux to Scott P.
Stewart, warranty deed to a tract of
Tand situate at the southeast corner
of the Mesilla Colony grant containing
09.77 acres; consideration 1.00; dated
Nov. 9, 1909.
Al. Houclc to J. J. Maple, warranty
deed to the east one-half of the south
east one-fourth of section 9 township 26
south range 3 east, containing 80 acres
and a part of the north one-fourth of
section 9 same township and range,
area 528 by 220 feet; consideration $1;
dated June 14, 1907.
Certificates of Death.
Ona B. Ehle, -Florencio Luna, San
Certificates of Birth.
Jose Roberto Franco and Suledo Mon
In io Florencio Luna, petition, order,
bond and notice-
sisn your doctor tf alcoholic stimulants arc not
often eery disastrous 'when gioen to nervous
jfKc ne wiu icu you wry. j
is not a trifling disease. With
the cough spasms, straining
of he chest and stomach,
there is always a loss of
strength and flesh that or
dinary food cannot restore.
heals the inflamed bronchial
tubes, relieves the cough and
nourishes the child.
It is the food-medicine par
excellence in this disease.
SendlOc, Mmo of paper and this ad. for our
beantiful Savings Sank and Child's Sketch
Book. Each bank containsaGcodliockPenny.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St, N. Y.
Class in Astronomy Is Now
Studying the Comet.
A. & M. Notes.
Agricultural College, N. M., Jan. 27.
At 4:30 Tuesday afternoon, at the St.
James Episcopal church, at Mesilla
Park, Frank Isles and Miss Ellen Eng
blam -were united in marriage. Mr. Isles
vras in the employment of the college in
the department of agriculture. Miss
Engblain was formerly a nurse, but for
the past several months has made her
home -with Dr. Phillips, of Old Mesilla.
The Rev. Hunter Liewls officiated. They
left for El Paso, -where they remained
one day and continued their journey to
Roosevelt, Ariz., Tvhere Mr. Isles will as
sume his new duties in the United States
forestry service. Those present at the
and Mrs. Phillips, Lew Islen and family.
Miss Daniels, Miss Lewis, Miss Morton,
Mrs. Madver, J. E. Mundell, Sidney How
ard. Leo Toung.
Jesse E. Mundell gave a farewell
"stag" reception to Frank Isles. Those
present were: Frank Isles, J. E. Mundell,
Burton FIte, F. E. Wolf, Earry Schutz
and W. G. Campbell.
A lemon pie feast was given in the
social room of the Y. M. C. A. Wednes
day afternoon. A supply of pies was ob
tained from the domestic science depart
ment. John Jennings stands the undis
puted champion pie eater of the col
The Apollo club has initiated into its
organization the following students: Joe
Pr-rks, Verner Clayton, Stuart Baker,
and Bob Roberts.
During basketball practice Wednes
day evening Arner Elde a forward on the
first team met with a very painful acci
dent. He collided with another player
and as a result received a deep gash just
over his eyebrow. He was taken to Las
Cruces to a phj-sician who was forced
to make several stitches to close the
The Agricultural club held Its regular
weekly meeting Wednesday evening. Th'e
club's business was hurriedly gone
through with, the discussions were cut
short, and then a social event was
planned for February 12.
The girls are practicing hard thl3
week for Saturday's basketball game at
Silver City. The girls will play the
same positions as at El Paso against
the High school. The delegation leaves
here on Friday evening.
On Friday evening, in Hadley hall,
will be played the first interclass b&o
ketball game of the season. The fresh
man class will play the entire prepara
tory department. The rivalry is grow
ing intense and some good amusement is
While en route from El Paso to the
college William E. Campbell, business
manager of the "Round Up," lost a pock
etbook containing money, money order,
Receipts, cards, bills and in all valued
at nearly $100. The following day he
telegraphed the Santa Fe ofucials at
Albuquerque notifying them of his loss.
He immediately received a wire stating
the valuables had bc?n handed ytothe
claim agent by the train porter and
would be returned to him at once.
- Form Realty Company.
Claude P. Henry and Dr. Campbell, of
Las Cruces have formed a realty com
pany and will open offices soon. They
just recently acquired the Bjerregard
tract of 11 acres. It will be known from
now on as the "Soft Water Valley," ow
ing to the quality of the water. A $600
house, a corral and other outbuildings,
a well and a tank now stand upon the
place. The transfer was made in consid
eration of some $1500. The land will be
layed off in lots and offered for sale.
A class in astronomy has been formed
under professor Hagerty. It is following
the movements of the comet. The comet
grows larger daily and remains in view
longer. The class in its study uses tele
scopes, surveying Instruments and field
SPLENDID RECORDS IX
L.AS CRUCES CLERK'S OFFICJ3
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 27. Probate
clerk Isidoro Armijo has just received
another shipment of loose leaf record
books which he considers the best in
any recorder's office in the territory.
Dona. Ana county has good cause to be
proudj of the condition of the records,
as tlvey are now kept. Every paper
that comes into the office is numbered
to correspond with its record in a re
ception book and Its recording place
can always be found by simply refer
ringMo the number in the reception
Th loose leaf records just received
are supplied with pages printed in
blank of the standard forms and all
that is necessary to record an instru
ment is to fill in the blank, just as a
deed Is made.
LAS CRUCES PERSONALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 27. F. M.
Gallaghe, of El Paso, is in the city
attending to various business matters.
Dr. C. L. Hill, of Hillsdale ranch,
was In the city yesterday getting a
Your nerves must be fed with pure
rich blood, or there will be trouble,
Poorly fed nerves are weak nerves ;
and weak nerves mean nervousness, 1
neuralgia, neadaches, debility. WeaK
nerves need good food, fresh air, and
Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsaparilla.
plements for his ranch.
B. L. Berkey, of the Las Cruces
Electric Light and Ice Co.. has returned
from a two weeks' trip Into Mexico.
D. S. Mytinger went down to El Paso
this forenoon on business.
T. C. Phillips, manager of the Me
silla Valley Produce Exchange, 'is in
El Paso today.
James T- Smith is in El Paso today
Don Nestor Armijo went down to El
Paso this forenoon.
LAS CRUCES HOTEL. ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 27. The fol
lowing are registered at the Hotel Don
Barnardo: A. L. Sumptiod, Shreveport,
La.; G. Hutchinson, Denver; Mrs.M. F.
Dever, Deming; R. O. Casler, El Paso;
J. C. Hoheimer, Albuquerque; D. F.
Taylor, Dallas; W. S. Myers, Denver.
Park arrivals: C. M. Wayland, El
Paso; William Thompson, Tularosa;
Wm. Maher, Albuquerque.
Shop Force Is Now Working
Ten Hours Carrizozo
Carrizozo, N. M., Jan. 27. In order to
handle the increase in freight business
and the new passenger trains, the South
western has materially Increased the
force here at the shops and increased
the working hours from nine to 10
hours per day.
B. D. Humphries has been employed as
Stanley Holder has resigned his po
sition as stationary engineer and has
gone to Alainogordo to live
Ellis Crawford has taken a "position
in the shops here.
General purchasing agent F. L. Hun
ter and general storekeeper L. G.
Pearson, of the Southwestern, are here
from El Paso.
Leon Howell, of El Paso, has taken a
position in the shops as machinist.
Engineers Hudnal and Harris have
been transferred to El Paso, and will
move there with their families at an
A night switch engine has been put
on here In order to handle the increase
Car foreman S. F. Miller is at Ancho
inspecting cars recently wrecked at that
J. B. Humphrey has been employed as
car repairer in the car department.
Fireman M. L. Hull is in Alamogordo
on the Cloudcroft run.
Night roundhouse foreman George W.
Sharpe is confined to his room on ac
count of a severq case of pneumonia.
Engineer C. A. McMullen has been
transferred from Tucumcari to Carri
zozo. Fireman F. R. Esching has gone to
Tucumcari to work out of that point
Hostler C. F. Anderson has returned
from a trip to El Paso.
Engineer H. W. Loggins and wife
have returned from an extended trip to
Road foreman of engineers A. L. Bartz,
of El Paso, is here today.
Isaac Kline, immigration agent of the
Rock Island, has returned to Chicago
after spending several days here getting
data and taking views of points of in
terest in and around Carrizozo to be
used in p. new publication to be issued
by the immigration department or tne
A G-lobe Man Has a Patent
Angle Cock That Holds
Globe, Ariz., Jan. 27 Before a large
gathering of experienced railroad men
and experts of the study of air appli
ances, W. D. Kendrick. inventor of the
Kendrick improved valve, gave a dem
onstration of the workings of the de
vice near the Old Dominion smelter.
Brgkes Hold Kast.
This was the first attempt ever made
to test thoroughly the real Value of the
new invention. Two valves were placed
between the first and second cars back
of the engine. This place was chosen
in preference to the rear of the train,
as the strong pressure from the power
fiJ air pumps on the engine would
bring out any false presentation which
might have been claimed by the in
ventor. Five cars were placed inthe
opposite direction from the engineand
the valves. When the valve operating
the rear of the train was closed, and
the otner valve which controled the 1
front part of the train was opened, the j
engineer uunieumieiy applied SO
pounds of air to try to release the air
brakes, but without avail, the brakes
were set and it was impossible for the
powerful pump on the engine to pump
air fast enough to release them
When Mr. Kendrick was ready "to let
the engineer release the brakes, he
simply turned the handle of the angle
cook and the brakes promptly re
sponded. Many U.se for Valve.
This invention relates to angle cocks
or valves used especially on air brake
systems. Angle cock have heretofore
been made provided with means for
exhausting the hose when the cock is
closed, for the purpose of exhausting
the air pressure in a detached car or
the like. It is sometimes desired to re
tain the pressure in the hose when the
train line is-cut off. The object of
this invention, says the inventor, is to
provide a simple and novel device by
means of which air can be either re
tained in the hose or released, by
movement of -the handle of the angle
The invention has a further object in
that it provides means for allowing the
escape of moisture or water from the
train line, permitting it to be either
blown out or to run out without pres
sure. The uses to which the invention may
be put, are necessarily varied, but in
the mind of the inventor, the most Im
portant ones are those In connection
with railways. For instance, it may be
used in steam hose connections between
cars, to take the steam out preparatory
to parting the hose, which latter opera
tion, by the present method, is con-
supply of provisions and farmin
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RAILnDAD WIEN TEBT
IlLlfy lhlL.Il I lull
The nsw theory advanced by L. T.
Cooper relative to the human stomach
has attracted such widespread attention
that the public in cities visited by the
young man has been joined by many
physicians in a discussion of his beliefs
Mr. Cooper says that human health
is dependent almost entirely upon the
stomach. He says that no disease can
be conquered without first alleviating
all stomach disorders. He further says
that most men and women pf this gen
eration are half sick, owing to degen
erate stomachs. And lastly, he claims
this his New Discovery medicine will
rejuvenate the human stomach in 90
Cooper has been traveling from one
city to another, conducting in each what
he calls a campaign of education. For
the past year he has met the public In
the larger cities of the country, and his
success has been phenomenal. Thous
ands of people have flocked to his head
quarters wherever he has gone, and the
sale of his medicine has been beyond
anything of the kind ever before wit
nessed. Possibly the most interesting feature
of the attention this young man has
attracted is what his army of followers,
whom he has converted to his beliefs
through his medicines, have to say on
the subject. The following statements
are from two well known residents of
Chicago and Boston, respectively, and
the enthusiasm of these is characteris
tic of Cooper's admirers generally.
Mrs. H. B. Mack, of 3201 State street.
Chicago, says: "I have been suffering
for 12 years from a combination of
stomach troubles, catarrh and constipa
tion. I had a gnawing pain in the pit
of my stomach, a sort of a dull pain
that I could not quite understand. Then
sidered dangerous. Also, it may be used
with air pipesof the brake system, and
located on railway freight cars, so as
to enable the conductor and trainmen,
besides the engineer, to set the brakes
by releasing the air.
STONES ABE HTJELED
AT G-. H. PA33ENGER
Switch. Lights Are Demol
ished Rangers May
Who has it in for the G.. H. & S. A.
railway? Officials believe it is mere
juvenile maliciousness. The " rangers
have been asked to find what it really
Not only have two apparent attempts
been made to wreck trains by the plac
ing of rail ties across the track near
Del Rio, but the rocking of passenger
trains has become a common pastime.
Recently switch lights have been
broken by stones, and this endangers
the lives of passengers and freight
crews as well as the tie habit.
The rocking and breaking of switch
lights has occurred In East El Paso.
A passenger train suffered two broken
windows in the coaches recently, while
passing between the brewery and the
stock yards. It is known that In one
case switch lights were broken by
school boys, and it is believed that the
whole trouble lies with juveniles.
When any person, boy or man, Is
caught stoning trains, or demolishing
switch lights, an example will be made
of the case.
SPECIAL RATES ARE MADE
OX SOUTHWESTERN MEETING.
J been made from aU poinTS for the -
man's missionary movement meeting In
El Paso February 26 to 2S.
The Arizona Masonic grand lodge
will meet in Tucson February S to 13
and the B. P. & S. W. are offering
special rates of one and one-third fare
from all Arizona points. The Southern
Pacific will reduce rates accordingly
from El Paso.
The homeseekers excursions have
j been resumed with Feoruary 1 and 15
as nxed dates. The eastern tourist
traffic has been arriving on no regular
schedule since the first of- the year.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
O. L. Graham, S. P. brakeman, is
J. E. Gibbons. Southern Pacific brake
man, has been transferred from Tucson
to a local run.
S. C. Gardner, assistant superintend
ent of the Pullman company here, Is on
a tour of inspection of National Rail
ways of MexXo.
Hugh Gough. G. H. passenger brake
man, is on duty again. H. E. Bowles,
who has been on relief, has returned
to his freight run.
A reduction of 2S cents a hundred
pounds on cranberries, or between S5
and $95 a car. has been made between
New York and El Paso.
R. B. Daniels received the information
of the reduction this morning in a com
munication from the traffic department
of the Southern Pacific and the Morgan !
steamship line. He made the request j
In the interest of local shippers and
cranberries were changed from a fourth j
class classification to a class A rating j
"WHEN DINNER TIME COMES.
One OuKkt to Have a Good Appetite.
A good appetite is the best souce. It
goes a long way toward helping in the
digestive process, and that is abso
lutely essential to health and strength.
Many persons have found that Grape- j
Nuts food Is not only nourishing but is
a great appetizer. Even children like
the taste of it and grow strong and
rosy from its use.
It is especially the food to make a
weak stomach strong and create an ap
petite for dinner.
"I am 57 years old." writes a Tenn.
grandmother, "and have had a weak
stomach from childhood. By great care
as to my diet I enjoyed a reasonable
degree of health, but never found any
thing to equal Grape-Nuts as a stand
by. "When I have no appetite for break
fast and just eat to keep up my
strength, I take 4 teaspoonfuls of
Grape-Nuts with good rich milk, and
when dinner comes I am hungry. While
if go without any breakfast I never
feel like eating dinner. Grape-Nuts
for breakfast seems to make a healthy
appetite for dinner.
"My little lSmonthsold grandson had
been very sick with stomach trouble
during the past summer, and finally -we
put him on Grape-Nuts. Now he is
growing plump and wen. wnen asked j
if he wants his nurse or Grape-Nuts,
he brightens up ana pumuj io tne
cupboard. He was no trouble- to wean
at all thanks to Grape-Nuts." Read
the little book, "The Road to Well
ville,' in pkgs.
"There's a Reason."
Ever reatl the above letter? A new
one njipenm from time to time. Thej
nre genuine, true, and lull of hnman
there was a dull headache, and my
mind seemed to be wandering continually-
I could not eat, and what little
solid food I did eat I could not retain
on my stomach. I tried every remedy
I could think of, and also tried out a
number of patent medicines, but with
out any apparent result. It was through
one of ray friends that I heard of
Cooper's preparation, and I immediately
declded to try some of it. It Is two
weeks since I took my first dose of it,
and I feel e a, new woman- The
headache seems to have disappeared,
and the pain in my stomach along wltTi
it. The medicine is worth Its weight in
gold, and I -want to thank Mr. Cooper
for he has done for me."
Mr. Edwin F. Morse, of 20 Oakley
street. Dorchester, a suburb of Boston,
says: "For three years I had not a well
day. My stomach was in frightful
shape; the mere thought of food would
nauseate me. and I really had a horror
of anything to eat. All solid food would
cause me extreme indigestion, bloating
and gas on my stomach, and nothing
tasted right. Some time ago I got some
of this Cooper's medicines, about which,
there is ;o much talk. I actually feel
as well and strong as a boy ever since
the first bottle, .fcrvery sign of stomach
trouble has disappeared, and I have a
hearty appetite and eat three square
meals; everything seems to taste good.
Anyone who knows what chronic indi
gestion is can appreciate what the
means to me. I consider this the most
remarkable medicine I ever heard if."
Cooper's New Discovery is sold by all
druggists. If your druggist cannot sup
ply you, we will forward you the name
of a druggist in ydur city who will.
Don't accept "something just as good.
The Cooper Medicine Co., Dayton,
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