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EL PASO HERALD
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Thursday, Sept. 29, 1910.
A Little Diapepsin relieves
bad Stomachs in five
As there is often some one in your
family -who suffers an attack of Indi
gestion or some form of Stomach
trouble, why don't you keep some
Diapepsin in the house handy?
This harmless blessing will digest
anything you can eat -without the
slightest discomfort, and overcome a
sour, gassy Stomach five minutes after.
Tell your pnarmacist o let you read
the formula, plainly printed on these
50-cent cases of Pape's Diapepsin,
"then you will readily see why it makes
Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Heart
burn and other distress go in five
minutes, and relieves at Once feuch
miseries as Belching of Gas, Eructa
ORGAN MINES ABE
SHOWING- GOOD ORE
Mormon Mine Is Being De
veloped and Shaft Sunk;
Each Nickel Plentiful.
as Cruces, N. M., Sept. 29. The J
.Mormon mine in the urgan mimng
there. The company, which owns the i
property has perfected arrangements
by which active work will be re
sumed in a short time. The shaft
which is now down to the 100 foot
level will be Immediately sunk to the
350 foot level and drifting started.
This proposition is a gold one.
The Philadelphia company, which
has been drifting from the bottom of
the shaft on the Chippewa mine for
several weeks, expects to strike the
contact within the next few days. As
soon as the vein is reached active
work in taking out ore will be started
and shipments made as fast as the
ore can he hauled to the railroad In
Xexl month the Salina Mining com
pany, a Kansas organization in ""ch
Dona Ana county people are heavily
interested, will begin work on its
property- The company owns is
claims. , . .. -.
The discoverey of nickel m the Or
gan district promfses to help revive
the camp there to a remarkable de
cree. Samples which have been found
IS analyzed run as high as 11 per
cent of the metal. It has been im
possible to ascertain just where the
discoveries have been made, "
siderahle of the ore ang r as
been thrown away on the dumps or
various properties and these jg
be worked over. Mckel Is J better
proposition than ttf the
rving even and percent uj.
SetS can 'be mined and shipped at a
Work "Till Start Verr Soon.
Las Cruces. N. M.. Sept. 29. J. I. Mc
Cullough returned from an extended
trip in Kansas and Oklahoma yester
dav, where he had gone in the interest
of "the Stephenson-Bennett mine in the
Organ district. He was accompanied
Now and again you see two women pass
ing down the street who look like sisters.
You are astonished to learn that they are
mother and daughter, and you realize that
a woman at lorry or forty-five ought to be
at her finest and fairest. Why isn't it so?
The general health of woman is so in
timately associated with the local health
of the essentially feminine organs that
there can be no red cheeks and round
form where there is female weakness.
Women who bave suffered from
this troHble have foand prompt
relief and care in the use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It gives vigor and vitality to the
organs of womanhood. It , clears the complexion, brightens tb
eyes and reddens the cheeks.
No alcohol, or habit-forming drugs is contained in "Favorite Prescription-'
Any sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. Every letter l
held as sacredly confidential, and answered in a plain envelope. Address:
World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo, N.Y.
-I iiRl IS I mlFlLii
Rates Expire Sept 30
Travel via the "Right Route East" and
t take advantage of low round trip ex:
cursion rates which are in effect until Sept.
30th. Return limited to October 31st.
We will be glad to quote rates and routes
and make Pullman reservations for you.
Richard Warren, Gen. Agt H. D. McGregor, C. P. A.
tions of sour, undigested food, Nausea,
Headaches, Dizziness, Constipation 'and
other Stomach disorders.
Some folks have tried so long to find
relief from Indigestion and Dyspep
sia or an out-of-order stomach with
the common, every-day cures adver
tised that they haye about made up
their minds t?nat they have something
else wrong, or believe theirs is a case
of Nervousness, Gastritis, Catarrh of
the Stomach or Cancer.
This, no doubt, is a serious mistake.
Tour real trouble is, what you eat does
not digest; instead, it ferments and
sours, turns to acid, Gas and Stomach
poison, -which putrefy in the digestive
rr. tnri intestines, and: besides, poi
son the breath with nauseous odors.
A hearty appetite, with thorougn ai
gestion, and without the slightest dis
comfort or misery of the Stomach is
waiting for you as soon as you decide
to try Pape's Diapepsin.
to Las Cruces by Charles E. Head, of
McAlister, Okla., who Is one of the
largest stockholders in the company.
This morning H. S. Cohn arrived in the
city and the party went out to the
mine property to stay for several days.
Mr. Cohn is a mining engineer and is
also interested in the company. Whiie
these gentlemen will not give out at
present any absolute statement u w
their plans, it is known that they are
their plans, it is Known inai luc x
here to arrange for the reopening of
the property, which is one of the most
valuable In the Organ district.
ORGAX MOUNTAIN PEACHES
SHOW REHARKATUE GROAVJ.H
Severe Winters at High Altitude Do
ITot Interfere With the Growth
of This Frnit Without
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 29. There is
a display of peaches In the win-low of
the Broaddus Jewelry company frm
the Organ mountain district. There ave
two twigs, one having five nea-hes on
it and the other having four. The
peaches are very large and extremely
rich in their coloring.
This fruit was grown In the yard of
C E. Bose, who is manager of the Mor
mon Mining company's property. They
are from 4yearold seedling trees, have
had no irrigation and grew at an ele
vation of about 5000 feet.
i The trees are bearing heavily this
year, this being the second crop since
the seeds were planted. The flavor of
the fruit is excellent and the success
which Mr. Rose has had has deter
mined several other people in the
mountins to plant fruit trees. Although
the winters are severe in that locality,
nrith roTisidfirahlp snow, there is no
j record of any fruit tree being killed.
doxa axa calves die
Las Cruces, N? M., Sept. 29. The Tur
ney outfit has been working the ranges
for the past several days and this week
will go into the San Andreas district.
The boys report that the calf crop for
this year will run less than 20 percent,
most o'f the calves dying during' the
dry spring and summer. However, the
cattle are fat and in the best condition
that they have been on that range for
four years, and there will be plenty
of grass to carry the .stock through
the 'coming winter. The Indications
now point to a record breaking calf
crop next spring.
full i 1 fiipc sirad thp ViPSiBla vsiiiv IIaWIa
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A. & M. STUDENTS
AT MESILLA BUSY
Many Clubs Are Formed and
Officers Elected; ISTew
Agricultural College, N. M., Sept. 29.
A large crowd of Y. M. C. A. mem
bers, including a number of profes
sors, heard an interesting talk along
the lines of "Character Building'
Tuesday evening by Dr. Mitchell, of
The boys at the Lafferty residence
on college row, who recently organ
ized, came to a final vote on the name
of the club Tuesday. The name se
lected was O-wego-pi. During the.
same meeting it was decided to 'have
a hayride Saturday.
The Agricultural club met again
Wednesday. The main topic was that
by Prof. Garcia. He discussed the sub-v
ject of onions as related to the south
west. The senior class and the junior class
each held meetings for the purpose
of electing officers for the year. The
seniors elected the following: Percy
Fitzgerald, president; John Powers,
vice president; Miss Raye Hines, sec
retary; Joseph Rigney, treasurer. The
juniors elected for president, K. Olaf
"Windsor; vice president, John Hag
gart, and Dixon Deemer, secretary and
B. B.-Scoggins, of Mesilla Park, has
received a fine lot of chickens from
California. He received 600 of them
and expects soon to be able to supply
part of the market with poultry pro
ducts. Miss Blonde Cooper, who has been
at her home in Springfield for some
time, is stopping at McFie hall visit
ing friends for a few days before re
turning to her duties at the Provi
dence hospital in El Paso.
Melchor de la Garza, who came to
college Tuesday with his father from
Chihuahua, Mexico, has enroled as a
Dr. Seder, of Albuquerque, president
of New Mexico's Anti-saloon league,
will speak in the Mesilla Park school
Miss Ruth Chapman and her mother
came in on Wednesday and the former
will enter' for studies.
Mr. Temple, of Artesla, X. M., who
has been on a trip with the New Mex
ico National Guard to California, en
roled yesterday as a student.
Robt I. Dlllor has gone to El Paso.
Earl and Eldridge Murphy, William
Gooch, Arthur Davis, Hal and James
Cox, Jeff) and Dave Candler, and
James went to El Paso Thursday to
attend the circus.
Superintendent of public instruction
Clark will take president Garrison's
Caster car overland to Santa Fe. where
Mr. Garrison wiill use it during the
HOME FROM CAMP
Won Eirst Place Among jSTew
Mexico Companies; Two
Missed Home Train.
las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 29. Com
pany A, of the New Mexico national
guards returned Tuesday evening from
Atascadero, Calif., wher the boys had
been attending the national encamp
ment. They report a fine time and
won the first place among the New
Mexico companies in the maneuvers.
Two of the boys missed the train in
leaving and are expected to show up
In Das Cruces today.
ELKS HATE IXITIATIOX
AT CRUCES IiODE.
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 29. The Las
Cruces Elks held a meeting Tuesday
night at which. Stewart Baker was
given the. initiatory work and the ant
lers placed upon him. The new degree
teamr composed of Dr. Barnhill, Consul
Fuller and Louis Broaddus. with C. D.
Case acting as esquire, did the honors,
it being their first public appearance
as a team. A Dutch lunch was served
after the work. Saturday there will
be a special meeting to initiate Dr. S.
M. Briscoe, and at the next regular
meeting lour candidates from Engle
will be given the work.
I, AS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 29. Arrivals
at the Don Bernardo hotel: A. A. Ar
ter, Kansas City: C. E. Rose, Gold
Camp; Charles E. Head, McAllister,
Okla.; M. W. Baker, Chicago; F. R
Pnhortsnn. El Paso: E. W. McNamara,
Chicago; J. L. Daube, Chicago; M., C.
Funderlenck, Endicott, .x. x.; u. w.
Howell. Kansas City; O. J. Allen', El
Paso; P. J. Savage, El Paso; A. E- Lau
son, M. D., Anthony; W. B. Warner,
Denver; A. W. Hadley, El Paso; Ben
XTT.T. TA;o THEATER OPENS OCT. 4.
i Grand concert El Paso Theater Octo
ber 4; benefit Humane society. TiCKets
50 and 7a cents. Usual place.
In buying a cough medicine, don't be
afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. There is no danger from it, and
relief is sure to follow. Especially rec
ommended for coughs, colds and whoop
ing cough. Sold by all druggists.
Be sure and give us a call before
you buy elsewhere.
Special prices on more than one
Iron Beds, Bed Springs, Cotton
Felt Mattresses, Bird's-Eye Maple
Dressers, Commodes, Tables,
Hhairs. Bookers. Woolen Blankets,
i Lace Curtains, Linoleum, Comforts.
50 h. p. Frost Engine, 3 h. p.
Gasoline Engine, 1 28 k. w. Akron
Dynamo, 1 10 h. p. Motor, 1 No. 7
Bell Phone 400.
412 MYRTLE AVE.
Is Selling Fast
THE ROAD TO LAS CRUCES
AXD WH THE DELAY
People Are Urged to Present Their
Case Before Commissioners'
Earlham, N. M., Sept. 28.
Editor El Paso Herald:
In reference to your Las Cruces cor
respondent's letter desiring to set the
people of Las Cruces right on the sub
ject of the road from Mesquite to An
thony and referring to my letter of the
18th, I desire to say I have found the
people and taxpayers of Las Cruces
with their heads and hearts both right
on this proposition. The people of the
lower valley are aroused and will be
heard from this time forth on the un
necessary delay of building this road.
When the Camino Real survey was
made, which left the straight line
which was originally surveyed by the
A. T. & S. F. R. R. by expert engineers
and is conceded to be the best line
through the valley for a railroad and
therefore the best and shortest, easiest
and most inexpensive of construction
for a wagon road which has been ad
hered to on this Camino Real from
Mesilla Park to Mesquite and from An
thony to El Paso and went away and
made a right angle off in the sand
hills, increasing the distance several
miles, it is certain it was not done in
the interests of the road or the people
of Dona Ana county or of New Mexico
who will ultimately foot the bills for
this agregrious mistake.
Now, the people were not aware of
this diversion from the straight and
easy path, but somebody influenced
this survey and somebody is causing
the unnecessary, uncalled for delay in
the building of this road, and it is the
Dusiness of the people to investigate
first, who the guilty party or parties
are and whence their motive.
The people of Dona Ana county
pledged the people of El Paso county
some years ago that they would join
them in building a road from Las Cru
ces to El Paso. El Paso is carrying
out her part of this agreement in good
faith and is constructing a road that
has been pronounced by the govern
ment engineer, now on duty at the ag
ricultural college, to be a good road.
This same engineer, who is detailed
by the government as a good roads ex
pert, to construct sample roads on the
college grounds, has also pronounced
on the location of the road from Mes
quite to Anthony along the rightofwax
of the A. T. & S. F. railway as peti
tioned for by the people as being the
ideal location, and the diversion into
the sand hills as being bad. Of course,
we hail with delight the promised
coming, of the territorial engineer to
go over these two lines in the inter
ests of the territory, and we who have
investigated the matter have no fears
but that his report will be in line with
the engineer above quoted and the en
gineers of the A. T. & S. F. Railway
company and the judgment of all the
people who live south of Mesquite,
with the exception of parties whose
personal interest may warp their judg
The original Earlham ditch was lo
cated from the Thompson ranch to An
thony, a distance of some six miles, in
these sand hills, where the Camino
Real has been surveyed. It was main
tained there for years and finally
abandoned .nd a junction made with
the Three Saints ditch in the valley
for the reason it could not be main
tained across the arroyos without
number that were filled with water
rushing from the mountains on the
melting of every snow and every rain.
If any citizen desires to know the
truth of the history of this ditch and j
the trouble in maintaining it, ask Dave
Jones, Jim Thompson, G. W. Mossman
or any owner of stock in the original
Earlham ditch, and they will tell you
that no ditch or no road can be main
tained where the Camino Real is now
surveyed. The ditch was easier to
maintain than a road could possibly
be, for the reason that the ditch, would
carry a portion of the water and this
a road would not do.
But why spend any more time in
discussing the feasibility of the two
roads when the matter is settled in the
mind of every person who has exam
ined the situation, whether he be ex
pert or layman. The question now for
Dona Ana county to settle is whether
we "are going to allow speculators, land'
grabbers, and corporations, by their
agents and paid attorneys, to longer
delay the building of this road to the
end that they may be able to secure
a few more thousand acres, of valley
land at from $7.50 to ?20 per acre and
sell the -same at from $80 to $100 an
acre, as they have been doing in "the
past two years. These speculators
have their agents in the field and
their attorneys watching the records
and are getting all the water they de
sire for their thousands of acres of
landi from the government diversion
dam at Leasburg, while settlers and
homemakers are, not allowed to have
a single drop and their orchards and
crops are dying, and yet the govern
ment policy in constructing these re
clamation reservoirs is not to allow
any one man to have over 40 acres of
water on government land and not
over 160 of private land under the Ele
phant Butte project. But the law and
priority of right contracts with the ex
isting ditches and other technicalities
have been and are being used to give
these large land holders water for
thousands upon thousands of acres,
and when we come to the front with a
definite proposition to complete Dona
Ana's sacred obligation to El Paso to
complete this highway, we are met by
the agents of these same men and by
one means or another the attempt it
wet blanketed and s"ide tracked.
We now serve notice that the people
living south of Mesquite will be at
the commissioners' court in the first
week of October to demand that the
road be opened as petitioned for by the
largest and strongest petition that ever
went before that body for any public
road. The people of the west side of
the Rio Grande, known as the "West
ern Mesilla Valley Farmers' union," at
a regular meeting, passed a resolution
asking that this petition be grantee
and the road constructed, and they
propose to be heard. There is one
half of the Mesilla valley area and fer
tility on the west side of the river and
the population of the La Mesa school
district is shown to be 500 children,
and that is only a small portion of the
west side. These people do not pro
pose to travel from two to four miles
east of the valley to reach a road when
they are going to the county seat or to
El Paso, when they, in common with
the whole territory, are taxed to bun.,
The area south of Mesquite and east
of the Rio Grande in the valley is
about equal to all the land in the val
ley north of Las Cruces. In otner
words, Earlham, which is four miles J
south of Mesquite and eight miles
north of Anthony and immediately
east of La Mesa, is in the center of ther
Mesilla valley, being 28 miles from El
Paso and 28 miles from the north end
of the valley. And yet in the appoint
ment of committees in regard to this
road not a single individual was ap
pointed south of Mesilla Park. We
mean on the Santa Fe good roads com
mittee. And of the committee appointed
by two members of the county com
missioners as an advisory committee
to locate this road five in number
only one was appointed south of Me
silla Park and he is east on a wed
ding trip, so wa are not represented
at all on any committee and have not
So let the people be represented at
the commissioners' court October 4,
and see to it that the viewers' report
is considered in accordance with the
law and the petition, which should
have been considered a month or two
ago, and that no further delay shall
obstruct the opening of this road so
that when the territorial engineer
shall have come we will have a defi
nite proposition to present to him and
then let the good work go forward.
Yours for action,
NEW MEXICO QUAIL
SEASON OPENS SAT.
Many Hunters Are Planning
Trips; Eainstomi in the
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 29. Tomor
row is the last day of the closed sea
son for quail and several hunting par
ties have been arranged for to start
from Las Cruces Saturday and Sunday.
The law only allows each man to have
30 birds in his possession at one time.
Dr. B. E. Lane and T. C. Sexton will
leave tomorrow night for Albuquerque
to attend the closing functions of the
meeting of the New Mexico Medical so
ciety. J. M. Hughes, of Indianapolis, Ind.,
who has been spending several weeks
in the Organ mountains on a camping
trip, was in the city this morning on
his way home. He expects to return
next year and bring his family.
The range country between Las Cru
ces and1 the Organ mountains was vis
ited by a good rainstorm yesterday aft
ernoon and evening. Las Cruces re
ceived only a light shower.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson came
down from the Leasburg dam yester
day and this morning took the train
for El Paso to attend the circus. Mr.
Patterson's mother, Mrs. J. F. Patter
son of Roswell, will meet them in the
Islous Willis was a passenger this
morning for El Paso to take in the
sights of the metropolis to see the cir
cus. Mrs. John Lemon, wife of the dep
uty clerk, and daughter went to El
Paso yesterday and will remain, until
Mrs. M. C. Logan has had the old
Monarch hotel repainted and r has
changed the name to the Plaza hotel.
R E. French is seriously ill at his
home in this city, being threatened
with typhoid fever.
The members of the P. S. & W. E
society are making arrangements to
hold a two days reunion the first part
of October. v
CRUCES MAX POUXD IXSAXE
IS TAKEX TO LAS VEGAS.
Many El Pnsonns Visiting In the Upper
Valley Toim; Politicians at Work
In Dona Aaa County.
Las Cruces. X. M., Sept 29. B C
S.m;vWh2 has been Seated at Engle
with the force of government engi-
n,erSmat work on the dam. as in the
city Tuesday. He left yesterda? for
.New York on an extended trip
Eugene Van Patten and. Catarino
Armtjo have gone to Berino, Anthony
and other lower valley points in the
interests of the new Progressive Re
publican part5 They expect to be
gone for several days.
vmcent B. May and wife went to
El Paso last evening to remain for
two days. WJiile there Mr. May will
make the final arrangements as to the
plans for the -new store building which
the May boys are preparing to build
on the site of the Rio Grande hotel
The Postal Telegraph office has been
moved into the Mitchell room next to
the First National bank.
L. B. Bentley, the Organ merchant,
was In Las Cruces yesterday on busi
ness. He reports that the camp is be
ginning to show signs of increased ac
Jaspar B Williams, stationed at El
Paso .with the U. S. immigration ser
vice, is spending his vacation in this
city, the guest of E. D. Williams and
P. J. Savage, of El Paso, was In the
city yesterday and today, visiting
friends and looking over the real es
Edward Ehle is confined to his rooms
Deputy -United States marshal Harry
Bloom, having finished his duties In
this county, returned to his home at
Sheriff Felipe Lucero left yesterday
for Las Vegas, where he went to
take Amao Membrillo to the asylum
for the insane. Membrillo having been
committed on Tuesday.
Miss Florence Dessauer, who has
been spending the summer in Los An
geles, left that city yesterday and is
expected to arrive In Las Cruces this
evening or tomorrow.
P. Moreno returned yesterday from
the City of Mexico, where he has been
for the past two weeks attending the
centennial celebrp-tlon and visiting
friends. ' '
C. M. Nolan returned yesterday from
El Paso. Mrs. Nolan is at the Hotel
Dieu, where she has undergone two
operations. The physicians believe
that the last operation was success
ful, but she will have to remain at
the hospital for two or three weeks.
Dr. R. E. McBride has left for Albu
querque, where on Friday he will de
liver the annual oration in medicine
before the meeting of the New Mexico
HERE IS A REMEDY THAT
WILL CURE ECZEMA
"WE PROVE IT."
Why waste time and money experi
menting with greasy salves and lotions,
trying to drive the eczema germ from
underneath the skin when the Knob
lauch Drug Store guarantees ZEMO, a
clean liquid preparation for external use
to rid the skin 6f the germ life that
causes the trouble? One application will
relieve the Itching and often times one
bottle is sufficient to cure a minor case
In over 2000 towns and cities in
America, the leading druggist has the
agency for ZEMO and he will tell you
of the marvelous cures made by this
clean, simple treatment. ZEMO is rec
ognized as the cleanest and most popu
lar treatment for eczema, pimples, dan
druff and all other forms of skin or
scalp afections whether on infant or
grown person. Will you try a bottle on
Knoblauch Drug Store.
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WATER GARDEN IS PIiANJTED;
XEW MEXICO A M. COLLEGE.
Basement of Old 3IcFie Hall 3Iay be
Used for the Purpose of Growing
Water Plants of 3Iany -Kinds.
Das-Cruces, X. M., Sept. 29. A plan
is now on foot to make a water gar
den at the New Mexico College of Agri
culture and Mechanic Arts. The old
McFie hall, which was burned to the
ground was constructed with a base
ment made of concrete, this basement
being the full size of the building and
about five feet deep. Instead of fill
ing up the concrete basement a plan
has been suggsted whereby it could
be kept filled with water, a mound
of rocks erected in the Center with a
fountain on top and the entire tank
so formed, planted with the various
forms of water plants and flowers.
This would make a beautiful water
garden just at the Junction of part
of the new driveways and practically
at the entrance to the new quadrangle
of buildings. The water could 'be ob
tained from the new pumping plant
and could be kept fresh without any
expense or labor, the drainage from
the old site of McFie hall being al
The matter will be taken up this
week and it is thought that the gar
den will be started as soon as the new
Friend. This great remedy prepares the 'expectant mother's system for the com
ing event, and its use makes her comfortahle .during all the term. Mother's
Friend assists nature in gradually expanding all tissues, musclesi and teafdons, it
strengthens the ligaments, keeps the "breasts in good condition, and "brings the
woman to the crisis in healthful physical condition. The regular us- of
Mother's Friend lessens the pain
when hahy comes, and assures a
'auick and natural recovery for the
mother. For sale at drug stores.
1 Write for free hook for expectant
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EL PASO, TEXAS.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $350,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
Stewart Frank Powers C. H. Leavell H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas W. B. Latta B. Blumenfchal
J F. Willin.m3 H. M Andreas J. H. May
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTIVELY INVITED
and we can
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of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It
goes right to the roots, invigorates and
strengthens them. Its exhilarating, stimulating and
e-producing properties cause the hair to grow
abundantly long, strong and beautiful. It at
once imparts a sparkling brilliancy and vel
vety softness to the hair, and a few weeks"
use will cause new hair to sprout all over the
scalp. Use it every day for a short time,
after which two or three tunes a week will
be sufficient to complete whatever growth
A led? Eroni St. Paakwritea ia sutstaace.
When I began uatngf Daaderlne my hair
would not come to my shoulders and now
It Is away below my hips."
Anotner from Newark, N. J.
" I have been using Dandermo regularly.
Wheal first started to use ltl had very lit
tle halr.now I have the moat beautiful lonjr
and tbickhair anyone would want to have."
NOW at all druggists in three
sires 25c, 50c and $1.00
33anderine enjoys a greater sale thaa
any other one preparation regardless of kind
or brand, and it hag a much greater sale than
all of the other hair preparations in the
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JURY DISAGREES IX ONE .
DISORDERLY HOUSE CAST?
Rooming- HoHse Proprietor Tried Ih Po
lice Court Tuesday, Will Be Give
, Being uname to agreer a jury sittinsr
in police court in the case of Mrs. N. A.
Black, charged with conducting a dis
orderly house, was excused TTednesday
afternoon by judge Lea. Mrs. Black
was arrested in the raid on a San An
tonio street rooming 'nouse conducted
by chief Jenkins of the police depart
ment and other officers a week ago. She
and two other women were arrested,
and according to the testimony intro
duced at the "Wednesday afternoon
hearing, a man who had been In one of
the rooms made his escape by way o
the fire escape.
The hearing of the case was com
menced at 2 oclock and the disagree
ment of the jury was reported at 8
oclock. Attorney Volney Brown, fo
clty then asked that the case be set
for the second hearing Friday after
noon. The cases of Harry Brown, A. Gon
zales, J. E. Milindorff and Tom. Boyd,
all charged with vagrancy and all of
whom were arrested in the "Wednesday
night raid, were dismissed'at the "Wed
nesday afternoon -session of police court
on the motion of the city attorney.
Every -woman's heart thrills at th.
cooing and prattling of a "baby, and
motherhood is her highest and purest
joy. Yet the suffering incident to
this great consummation of her life's
desire, roh3 the anticipation of some
of its sweetness. Most of this can
he avoided "by the use of Mother's
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Bank &Trust Co.
W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F M. Murchison, Asst. Cashier.
H. E. Christie, Secy.