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L PASO HERALD
Thursday, May 18, 1911.
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-(Continued From Yesterday.)
"They really need it," he agreed,
with a laugh, "and to prov? that 1 am
sincere in that remark I am going to
stop -with yon for a month or so."
"Good!" she exclaimed. "More peo
ple to enjoy Forest Lakes Is all that
"Do they never have any visitors,"
Rollins inquired, "week end parties
and the like?"
"Never." she replied. "For festivi
ties of that sort they go down occa
sionally to Mr. Breed's other place in
Virginia, but Mr. Breed is very jealous
of having any social life whatever
Rollins strolled by Iier side until
they reai:e the cottage, where the
garrulous 'Mrs. White" mel them at the
Mrs. White was delighted to be in
troduced to Mr. Rollins.
"Elsie has told me all ,nbout what a
fine man you are, and fine, men are
scarce enough any place. Are yon go
iBjjJto "stay long this timeT
wHe promises "us a month at least,
"That's nice," asserted Mrs. White.
"It's fine to hare a lot of good look
ing men Around. My goodness! I tell
Elsie she never -will have a chance to
get married if she stays J ere."
Rollins "was so thankful to Elsie that
she laughed from sheer amusement
and gave him a chance to join her
His amusement and also his repressed
embarrassment were heightened "when.
after Elsie had .Invited him to sit on
the vine clad little front stoop, Mrs.
White suddenly and conspicuously ab
sented herself. The two were silent
for a time when they heard approach
ing voices -
"You had better come in with us,'
said tfir voice of Blagg from just be
vojS the corner of the bouse. "The
organization now numbers more than
a quarter of a million, all of the down
trodden. -wirn Jo serve the Uest in
terests ' !! njr"
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"But if they are all poor people what
can they do to help themselves'?" ob
jected the voice of Ben White.
"Rise up and overwhelm the exist
ing condition of things by fhe mere
weight -of numbers." responded -Blagg
quickly and tensely. "Moreover, the
organization is not so poor as you
"might think. It has quite a snug little
sum in its own treasury, and, besides
that, I know where there is $1,500,
000.000 in cash that we can seize upon
the moment we rise Look lure, Mr.
White. I want to explain to you the
system of our organization"
By the sound of the voices they were
slowly walking away. Elsie turned to
Rollins with a troubled frown.
"I don't like this Mr. Blagg." she de
clared. "He talks nearly every even
ing with father about some secret so
ciety he wishes him to join, and I am
Rollins laughed easily. "'These so
cialistic organizations never do any
thing." he toid her.
He thought uo more of the matter
just then, but he did think more and
more frequently of Elsie White as the
days wore on. He knew that he had
lost caste with Mrs. Rensselaer the first
time she saw him with Lillian's maid,
but he did not care to hold caste with
Mrs. Rensselaer. The Rollins men
folk had held it as their right to marry
whom they chose, and. he began a de
liberate courtship of Elsie White.
He avoided Lillian Breed from fas
tidious choice, but he spent much time
in his spare hours with Kelvin and
One drowsy night he had dropped to
sleep upbn a bench on the porch in the
shadow of a climbing rosebush. He
was awakened dv the scrape of chairs
and became conscious of low and tense
voices quite near him.
"You, too. could love as I love." said
the voice of Blagg. trembling with re
pressed intensity, "could love with
seething brain, with pounding pulses,
with a heart the throbs of which would
hurt and hurt and hurt.'"
"You are almost poetical in your
anatomy of the emotions." drawled the
contemptuous voice of Lillian Breed.
"I had no idea that the love of money
could affect one in that precise wa."
"You don't mean that slur," he pro
tested angrily. "Yon know that if you
had not a dollar I would still have for
you this hunger that starves me, this
thirst that parches me, this flame that
burns me, this agony that makes me
cry out in the night."
"You ought not to encourage your
self in that attitude." she said, with
less contempt. "You are making a
breach in the confidence that is placed
in you here."
"I would tnake a breach in the wall
)f heaven," he retorted passionately,
"I would break and destroy it utterly,
would grind it to atoms, "would scatter
its dust to the four winds, if by that 1
might win you. And you could love,
I tell you, as madly as I. do."
"Yes," she admitted slowly, "but not
"I know," he responded bitterly, "but
you are wasting your affections. Kel
vin cares for no one but himself."
"Who told you to speak his name?
Don't make me hate you."
"I'd rather that than indifference."
lie declared, "so hate me, for hate at
least Is an emotion. As for Kelvin, I
will not be silent about him, for I
think you're mistaken about even your
self. It is not Kelvin to whom you
are attracted, but the force he rep
resents. The power to achieve, that
is what you worship, but in your
dreams of the power he might acquire
you are blind to other possibilities. I,
too, can give you power. Join with
me and future historians wili acclaim
us as the great liberators of the chain
ed and manacled American public."
"Splendid!" she exclaimed, laughing i
lightly. "I didn't even know they
"You have much to learn," he return
ed. "Do you know that the army of
the unemployed now numbers nearly a
million? D6 you know that there is
an organization among them and their
more fortunate brothers, aggregating
a quarter of a million, which is sworn
to change the existing order of things
so that every man shall have an equal
opportunity? Listen a moment. 'I
could .gain control of this organization
and increase it to 10.000,000 if I had
your opportunities to c6mmand a bil
lion and a half dollars of cash."
"Of what are jou talking?" Her
tone now was a frightened one.
, "The possibilities of a new and glori
ous order of things, a new social sys-
"TOUB TAXiK IS PERFECTLY SI&&Y, BUT
IT IS AMUSING."
tern, a new form of government which
shall guarantee to every man an equal
distribution of earning capacity. I
need to rally 10.000,000 men to the
new cause. It will cost $150 per man.
That amounts to a billion and a half
of dollars. You have, let us say, in
fluential friends who have plenty of
money solid cash. Join me, help me
to raise this money; help me to carry
through to its glorious conclusion this
enormous benefit to humanity, and no
king and queen will have a firmer and
a more honored place in history than
we shall have."
"It is a dream of folly." she protest
ed. "You would expend all this enor
mous amount of money if you had it in
promoting only a new reign ofterror."
"By no means." he declared and
laughed. "My 10.000.000 men would
need but to show their teeth and it
would all be over. There need not be a
The voice of Mrs. Rensselaer broke
in upon them, peremptorily calling
upon Lillian for some music.?
"Coming." replied Lillian. She turn
ed to Blagg. "1 must go in now' she
said to him. "Your talk is perfectly
silly, but it is amusing, too. 1 find it
quite curious and Interesting."
She hurried into the house, leaving
Blagg alone on the porch. As soon as
she had gone Blagg stepped down into,
the grounds and disappeared. Rollins
sat quite still and thought for a long,
(To Be Continued.)
IN VETERAN CAMPS
Report of Adjutant General
Shows Work of .Reaper
in the Ranks.
Little Rock, Ark.. Slay 17. The re
port of Gen. William E. Mickle, adju
tant and chief of staff, submitted to
day to the United Confederate vet
erans, shows 34 camps ndded during
the year, 47 dropped and 11S3 now ac
tive. rMsbursements during the year
were 6833 86; receipts, $6229.32, Of
the prominent members who have died
during: the year, the report says:
"In no year in the past have we
been called on to part with more dis
tinguished associates than in the year
just closed. As officers in the Con
federate" army, able writers, forcible
speakers, leaders m commercial clubs,
no organization can make ' such a
showing' of leading- men:
"Brig. Gen. E. P. Alexander, C. S.
A.; Brig. Gen. Geo. D. Johnston, C. S.
A.; Brig. Gen. Wm. L. Cabell, C. S. A,
and lieutenant general commanding
trans-Mississippi department, TJ. C. V.,
from its formation; Brig. Gen. Pinck
ney D. Bowles. C. S. A, and the fol
lowing members of the staff of the
commanderlnchief: Brig1. Gen. Page M.
Baker, Col. John W. Daniel, Col. F. A
Hervey, Col. Wm. H. Johnston, Col. E.
The .business session of the United
Confederate Veterans was brought to a
close1 with the selection of Macon, Ga.t
as the reu-iion city for 1912, and the
election of officers. Today the parade,
for which these -reunions- are famous
will take place and tonight the con
federate ball will be given.
The following officers were reelected:
Commander in chief, Gen. Geo. W. Gor
don, Memphis, Tenn. ,
Department commanders: Army 1 of
Northern Virginia, Lieut Gen. C Tr
vine Walker, Charleston, S. CJ.
Army of Tennessee, Lieut. Gen. Ben
net H. Young, Louisville, Ky.
Trans-Mississippi, Lieut. Gen. K. M
Van Zandt, Fort Worth, Texas.
The veterans pot their -stamp ofap
proval on the telegram sent earlier to
president Taft in response t6 his greet
ing to the gatfiering.
Ell PASO TEIiLS
To the "Want" Columns of
' The Herald. When there's an
unexpected vacancy in the of
fice or factory force, It's a
Herald Want Ad that gives no
tice. When there's something val
uable lost or a tenant leaves,
a call to Be'll 116, Auto 1115,
tells the news.
El' Paso has learned that
Herald "Want" Ads are the best
resort in an emergency.
K . V . . K K
v v V. V v
Las Cruces and the Mesilla Valley
CLOSE WITH A BALL
Class Exercises Held Tues
day and Wednesday; a
Agricultural College, N. M., May 18.
The commencement -exercises end
with the annual commencement ball
tonight. They have been a success
throughout. Many visitors and mem
bers of the Alumni association are
present at the 'exercises. The ball
promises to be the best In recent
The preparatory graduating exer
cises were held at Hadley hall Tues
day night. The class, consisting of
10 members, had prepared for the oc
casion. The following was the pro
The Arcadians m Fact and Fancy
Chemistry and Progress John
Solo Nina Davis.
Nature's Beauties in New Mexico r
Oration Harold Evans.
Piano selection Doris Brown.
Two-act comedy By the class.
Presentation of diplomas President
Those who received diplomas as
graduates from the preparatory de
partment ar: John Harvey Blain,
Harold Boice Evans, Uil Lane, Misses
Carmen Gilliam, Helen Margaret Hoag
land', Nina Anna Davis and Virginia
Ruth Phelps, Maurice Mortimer Mitch
ell, Norfleet Giddings Bone and El-
dredge Murphy, 'ittclr Jiplomas
classed with those from any of
high schools in the territory.
clsss will enter the freshman
The senior class day exerclseswere
rendered Wednesday afternoont After
these exercises the crowd visited the
various buildings to listen to the fare
well speeches to the memory of the
hard work accomplished in these
walls. The parade and review of the
The senior class day program fol
lows: Selection by class orchestra.
Song by the class.
Address of welcome Percy C. Fitz
Class history George R. Quesen
berry. Class poem. Raye E. Hlnes. ,
Vocal solo Bertha A. Mayer.
Presentation of spade Paul W.
Reply King Olaf Wfndsor.
Class prophecv Henry C. McCbwen.
Piano solo Raye E. Hines.
Presentation of banner Bertha A
Reply Phyllis Deemer.
Presentation of class gift (the foun
tain) Joseph W. RIgney;
Reply President Garrison.
Violin and piano duet Raye E.
Hlnes and Paul W. Mayer.
Valedictory address (The Senator
From New Mexico) Rupert. L. Stew-'
tJlUbS Will fUGlt. .J. -"- --
Farewell to faculty William
Gampbell. , t V"
Sons Jy.8 the. class.: U,uft
5eienMvn-frf-r1sr orchestra. R? l
The annual alumni banquet Is be-
fne- held at Hadley hall -this
again. A great number of visiting
alumni are here, and all of the local
members. The hall is decorated, for
the occasion. A great many speeches
will be rnrde during -the evening.
Prof. S. R. Mitchell is toastmaster.
Some .of the ' seniors will reply to
speech"?, this being the first time he?
-were allowed to attend and join the
PTIGPOOT-S TO "PTTTT.B
A NEW POSTOPFIGE
Las Cruces. N. M, May IS. The Las
Cruces Building and Improvement com
pany has sent to Washington a hid
for furnishing new quarters for the lo
cal postofflce. The 'company agrees to
build a two -story brick building on the
site now occupied by the local land
ffin on the east side of Main street,
the upper story to be used by the land j
office and tne lower story iur uib pui.-
offlce. . . . 1
The building will be 26 by bu Teet in The Mesilla Valley -Land and Im
size, equipped with all modern conve-, proveihent company to P. A. Stout, war
nlences and furnished with- a. complete ranty deed to lots 1 and 2, block 10,
postoffice outfit. The , business of tne
local postofflce has Increased so much
that the present quarters are aDSOiuxe
ly inadequate, and it is an imperative
necessity that new quarters be fur
nished. The government agrees-. In its
request for bids, to take a five year
lease on the building furnished, subject,
however,! to cancellation upon short no
tice. FIRST 'NOTICE OF 320
ACRE HOMESTEADS RECEIVED
Las Cruces, N.' M., May 18. The
United States land office at uas Cruces
has lust received advices from the sec
retary of the Interior at Washington
that certadn tracts of land have
bdera designated as subject to eitry un
dfer the act of February 19, 1909, com
monly known as the enlarged or 320
acres homestead act. This designation
took effect on May 1. 1011, and tills is
the first designation of such lands la
the southern, part of the territory.
Entries made under .the enlarged
homestead act can not be commuted,
but the regular five year final proof
must be made in all cases. In addition
the showing required In ordinary home
stead proof, it must be shown that at
leasts1 one-eighth of the area embraced
In each entry has beep continuously
cultivated to agricultural crops other
than native grasses, beginning with
the second year of the entry; and that
at least one-fourth of the area em
braced in the entry has been continu
ously cultivated in agricultural . crops
other than native grasses, beginning
with the third year of the entry ana
continuing to the date of the final
The fee in entries made under this
act are the same as ordinary home
stead entries, that is, ?5 jfor 80 acres or
lesg, and ?10 for ahylsreEpover 80acres;
the original and final commissions be
ing $1.50 for each 40 acres, making the
fee and commissions on a homestead ap
plication for 320 acres amount to 322.
DEAL IN LOWER VALLEY LAND
IS MADE AT LAS CRUCES
Las Cruces, N. M, May 18. Sam Rey
nolds, of El Paso, and Miss Anita Mead,
of La Mesa, have just closed a deal
whereby they have sold to Dr. H. R.
Evans, chief surgeon of the Southwest
ern railroad, with headquarters at
Dawson, N. M., 40 acres of land, sit
uated about one and one-fourth miles
southwest of La Mesa, About 20 acres
of this land is now in oulvatlon and the ,
balance is in good condition and will
require very little work to put it in
condition for crops. The price paid was
IS PREPARING FOR
Las Cruces, N. M., May 18. R. E.
French, of this city, who operated one
threshing outfit in this valley last sea
son, has just received a second outfit,
including a new style threshing ma
chine with stacker, self feeder and ,
bagging attachment, and also a new ,
20 horse power gasoline engine. This J
makes two complete outfits "which Mr. t
French has ready for service, and he
already has enough advance orders to
keep both outfits busy throughout the j
The wheat acreage in Dona Ana
county thig year has more than trebled
over that of last year, the crop being in
me very oest ot couuiuou ituu ve yim
being conservatively placed at froa 40
to 60 bushels per acre.
The Lucero mill in this city and the
Miller mill at Anthony have received
assurances of the receipt of enough
grain to .keep them in operation all
year, and they will run on home-grown
grain lnstaad of having to ship the
same m rrom tne states as nas oen
LAND OFFICE NOTES.
Las Cruces, N. M., May 18. Dye G.
Thoria, of Demlng. has filed homestead
application for southwest quarter of
eanttnn Q in tnwnshitl 26. south Of rQSre
9 west, containing 160 acres.
Harry A Dean, of Demlng vs. Joseph
G. Parsons, of Demlng, homestead ap- babycomes. It aids nature bv ex
plication for southwest quarter sec- jji 1 . . .
tion 20. township 26. south of range 9
west, containing 160 acres. Charges
abandonment and failure to cultivate
and improve land.
Addle E. Phillips, of Hondale vs. Oula
Winn, of Demlng, on homestead appli-
cation for northeast quarter section 31,
township 25, south of range 9 west,
cnargmg aoanaonment aa lemure w
cultivate and Improve land.
Desert Land Entries.
Alfred J. Boyle, of Columbus, south
west quarter section 10, township 29,
south of range 3 west, containing 160
Charles H. Springs, of Orogrande, 320
acres of unsurveyed land in township
21, south of range 8 east.
Frank Smith of Salinas, for 80 acres
of unsurveyed land in township 1, Bmth
of range 9 east.
Leave of Absence Granted.
Winnifred Ramsey, of Demlng, hasr
been granted a six months' leave of ab
sence from her homestead on east half
of northeast quarter section 9 anct west
half of northwest quarter section 10,
township 24, south of range 10 west,
containing 160 acres.
1 Yearly Proofs.
William B. JCing, of Deming, south
west quarter of northeast quarter,
northwest quarter of southeast quarter;
and. south half of northwest quarter,
section 2, township 26, south of range
9 west, containing 160 acres. Expendi
Anna M. Taylor, of Demlng, for lots
1, 2, 3 and 4, southeast quarter of north
east quarter and northeast quarter of
southeast quarter, section 2, township
26, south of range 9 west, containing
160.73 acres. Expenditure $180.
William J. Namel, of Demdng, north
east quarter section 6, township 24,
south of range 9 west,i containing 160
Bernabel Rival, of Sherman, west half
of southeast quarter and east half of
southwest quarter section 6, township
IS, south of range 10 west, 'containing
Notice of Iateatlom.
Terah H. Patterson, of Came, has
given notice of intention to submit final
'commutation proof on homestead en
.try for the southeast quarter of sec-
tipn 15, in township 24, south of range1
-7 west, contalnlng-lGO1 acres-.
IiAS CRTTOES DAILY KECORD.
jLas Cruces, N. M.jMay IS. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec
ord have been filed In the office of the
probate clerk of Dona Ana county:
Arthur I. Kelso and wife and Frank C.
Bossyns to A. D. Brownlee, warranty
deed to 34.61 acres, precinct No. 2-,
hounded on west by Rio Grande, south
by Banegas lands and north by Brown
lee land, ?2p00.
' Arthur I. Kelso andwife and Frank C
C. Bossyns to A. D.IJrownlee, quit
"claim deed to 5.S1 acre's, precinct No. 2,
west of and adjoining the above de-
scribed tract, 1. .
Altura Park addition to Las Cruces, $45
Aztec lodge No. 3, ,A. F. & A. M., by
its officers, to the Las Cruces Building
and Improvement company, quit claim
deed to land and buildings situated at
the southeast corner ot Main and
Griggs streets. Including second' story
of building known as "Masonic Hall, 7
C The Guaranty" Trust and Banking
company of El Paso, as trustee for L.
JL Vanderwerf, to Mrs. T. C. Carrls, of
Gallup, warranty deed to lots 41 and
42, block 65, Miller's College Park addi
tion to Las Cruces, $1 and other valu
Satisfaction of Mortgage.
H. D. Bowman to Eslqulo Trivlz, et al.
Assignment of Mortgage.
J. H. Livingston ,to F. G. Belk, as
signment of mortgage, $6480.
-X. H. -Livingston to F. G. Belk, as
signment of mortgage on 200 acres -of,
aana, situated- in,' section 33, township
25, south of range 3 east, 6000.
David J. Jpnesvto J. H. Livingston, as
signment of mortgage, $6000.
November 30, 1910, a son to Estanis
lado Chavez and wife at Garfield.
April 29, 1911, a daughter to Pedro
Silva and wife at Garfield.
Medical Certificate Fllea.
Lr. JohnL. Wldmyer, a graduate of
ttio Philadelphia Medico-Chirurgical
college, has filed his certificate admit
ting him to practice In this county.'
LAS CRUCES MINOR HAPPENINGS.
Las Cruces, N. M., May 18. James R.
Mann, jr., son of the Republican leader
of the legislative house in Illinois, is
In the city, the guest of R. H. Sims, re
ceiver of the local land office, and his
H. T. Bowman, president of the Bow
man Bank and Trust company, has re
turned from a trip to New York city,
where he attended the bankers' conven
tion and banquet.
-.The funeral services of Grace, the
fpuryearold daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'
Catarmo Armijo, were held yesterday
morning, being of a private character
on account of the death occurring from
scarlet fever. .Great masses of flowers
were sent to the grave by the friends
of the family, the Elks' lodge, of which
Mr. Armijo Is a member,
The First State bank of Las Cruces,
opened Its doors for business today In
the temporary quarters under the Ma
Many of the-farmers tf this section
of the valley have their first cutting of
alfalfa baled and the first Irrigation
for the second cutting applied to the
Word from Dan Neese, whose right
eye was perforated by a fence staple,
and who was taken to El Pago, Tex.,
for treatment, is to the effect that the
eye specialist in charge believes that
he can save the eye sufficiently so that
Dan can be able to distinguish light
from dark and also see moving objects
from the Injured member.
MOTHERS' DAY POSTPONED.
Las Cruces, N. M., May 18. The cele
bration of Mothers' day in this county
was postponed Indefinitely, or until the
present epidemic of scarlet fever is got
nrocftTir an r cm l rxT onaTiflT raTrnT i o rrrsT
ten under control by the health of'
It is 'the duty of every expectant
fti t J , -S. .
mocner to prepare her system-for the
t coming of her little one ; to avoid as
far as possible the suffering' of snch
occasion, and endeavor to oass
fhremah keJp S . i. P?f?
5? ? 2? S ier healtl1
nQ- Strength, unimpaired. This she
may do through the use of Mother's
inend, a remedy that has been so
long in use, and. accomplished so
much good, that it is in no sense an
experiment, but a oreDaratioti -schfrh
always produces the best results. It
i8 for esernal application and soten-
i . - . ? uit ouu su jku
"ng in lis nature as to thoroughly
lubricate every muscle, nerve and ten
don involved during- the-oeriod before
J5 J iumi, wierei
tenderness and soreness, Andperfectly
prepares the system for natural and
safe motherhood. Mother's "Bread
jj fe - , Kir thru
""a1, TT Y
SandS ot mothers, and its use "Will
prove a comfort and a benefit to any
-woman in need ot such, a remedy.
is sold at 'drug
stores. "Write for
free book for
ers, "which, con
tains ranch vainable information.
MUDFIELD REGULATOR OK, Aim, Qu
To Express Mrs. Stalling;
Gratitude, for the Good
tHat Cardui Did to Her.
Wills Point, Tex. "L sure would
have died," writes Mrs. "Victoria, Stall
ings, of the above place, "if I had not
gotten relief by the use of Cardui, as I
"I did .not recover from, my confine
ment as 'I should, so my mother, Mrs.
H. A. Lee, advised me to take Cardui,
and after taking half a bottle I was
j SOOn all right.
"Before taking Cardui I had a dread-
ful cough and suffered awful pains, hut
now I am stronger and in better health
than I ever was in, my life.
"I cannot say half enough in regard
to its merits. Words are too feeble to
express our gratitude for this great
"You can tell tfie worto what Cardui
did for me. Ix advise all suffering
ladies to try it."
Once given a thorough trial, Cardui
WiU always remain the preferred,
standard remedy, for all the ills that
afflict -women the tonic to use, when
new strength is needed, to build up
the- weary body and nerves.
Prepared from perfectly harmless,
vegetable Ingredients, containing no
-mineral drugs, no glycerin or other
possibly deleterous ingredients, Car
dui is the best remedy for you to use,
since it can do you nothing but good.
Thousands of ladies have regained
their health as a result of taking Car
dui. Why not you?
Try Ra-ba-netes, the vegetable sub
stitute for calomelr when your liver,
stomach or bowels are out of order.
Composed only of vegetable Ingredi
ents, therefore can not salivate or
sicken. They do not x unduly irritate
as calomel does, but mildly stimulate
the nerves of the stomach and bowels
and help the liver throw off the bile.
Package containing 25 tablets, 25c at
all druggists. For free sample, write
to the Raben Co., Houston, Tex.
Xevr Drag That Quickly Removes
Tkee Homely Spots.
Theres no longer fhe slightest need
of feeling ashamed of your freckles, as
a new drug, othlne double strength
has been discovered that Is a positive
cure for these homely spots.
Simply get one ounce of othine
double strength, from Potter Drug Co.
and apply a little of It at night, and
in the morning you will see that even
the worst have begun to disappear,
while the light freckles have vanished
entirely. It Is seldom that more than
an ounce Is needed to completely clear
the skin and gain a beautiful clear
Be sure to ask for the double strength
othlne, as this is sold under guarantee
of money back if it falls to remove
goat Lymph &&Xf!!s!i
Nature's, own rem
edy tor deplete
serve force; for ex
hatistloa; for de-
Dili ty; for iasesaBia
now prepared In
most nienly emca-
ceoas tablet form. $S
per box. Lasts one
month. Sold 1a
"El Paso oalv bs.
telly JC Pollard, Sheldon Hotel.
ft.f if 'bt aiTIeI
jsSJjT' s k-smI ft. jS5
Should Never Be ReaseTed Wltk
Poisonous, Party Compeudo Be
cause They Arc DaB&crsu
Had Increase the Grewtlu
The preparations above referred to
are invariably in the form of creamy
pastes. These are easily recognized by
their pale grayish-greenish color. They
are to be spread upon the skin to re-
Lii a- .
mam uncu tney are dry. inese contain
Sulphide of Barium, an Insoluble chem
ical, which cannot be dissolvsd, there
fore cannot be absorbed by the skin.
The very fact that you are told to
leave these pasty compounds on the
skin until they dry and cake and
then lift off with a knife is proof pos
itive that they are not absorbed. If:
they are why do they still remain on
the skin? The most they can possibly
do Is to remove the surface mm,
which in consequence win reappear
stronger and thicker after each re
moval. There Is only one logical and scien
tific way to remove hair and that Is by
means of a liquid containing soluble
ingredients which can be absorbed by
the skin. De Miracle, ksoim all the
World over as the only real superflu
ous hair remover, is jost such a prejp
aratien. It is easily and. quickly ab
sorbed aiKl after you h&Te eed K. you
will note there te nothing left on the
ekia. It leaves the skin ree from ir
ritatlom, and what Is aaore to the point.
It is absolutely noa-polaoB&us, there
fore it win not prodwte eesema, or
bleed poisoning. Iteeeevafeer, so jut
ter what claims are nmde te the eoa
trary, no poiso&evs, pasty compound or
so-called "liquid cue" ever 44 oc ever
will destroy & single hair root and: -wm
cam prove it
The extravagant rtefwwr recently
imad 1st vascrupmkxM WBimfnotac
of hair removers in sefigettooal adver
Hatrae.-a.ta unqoeetionabir iwattttj ph7
sldans in eamtioeinc the jmb&e agaiiwt
the use of this olass oC depflatorie
How many people feere bees, eotxeeou
into using these dageroM pmpbsk
tlona fwith. oqect iajmry to tfcem-i
selves cannot he estimated bwt only
guessed, -at, thereto bewase of tsVre
free advertisers and otfeesev who bjr
wording of their aftvertteeoaeofct, tvr
to give the isaprseeiee that newspaper
sa& other vagmtabl pae3fekiis en-n
dorse their wwthleee preparationSj
Don't he deceived by thee. De MJndm
ie the enlr xneeiMtratfeB. wfcfefe ta m
De Miracle is sot at a 900 seores
No hoaest dealer vd tfee 7i
substitute o -wMob. fee mafces xaor
"Wfe will sead you a i-pee bookSe
oontaJalag fall iBforaatioe. cooeerainff
this remarkable treataeeat, as irel as
testimonials of prostinent physicians,
surgeons, dermatologises, saedloal jour
nals and the princlpel magasinee axt&
aewspapers. Yea s&ould read this
booklet before yo. try aaythlng.
Write to- the De Miracle Chemical Co.,
Dept. D-25, 1905. Parle are, New 3Tort
simply sayiag you want this booklet,
and it will be maOed, sealed, at once.
Nete All readers tkds pager who,
axe affHeted vrltk npei.il iww feaJr
grewtks are trtres;ly advised -te write
f er fafsrmn-tfon ceeralar this vra
derfal seined, arnica is eaderaed tfee
Werld ver ay entlseat aatWrltfes,
who nave xaade a lifeless stady tais
"A Positive Specific
For Tuberculosis I
Dr. Charles 5. Aycocfs discovery
of ''Tuberolecsd'e," bog completely
npset the theory of that class of
skeptics, wio feave for so long- held
to the- idea, that TafrercIosis -was
Testimonials (from eered pa
tients, who were sntfferers from
TAnbercnlosis in its variom stages,
axe on ;SIe in iSic office of 4&e
Tnbercleclde Ccaapaay, Los -Angeles.
Copies of t&ese testimonial
will be mailed to ausy awrrSeror,
Mrs. Myrtle Sherrod, of Ia
man da Park, California, after a
four months treatment with
Tuberclecide writes Yo cold
never realize my thankfulneee
at being restored to health, and.
my wish is to do anything in
my power to let other sufferer
know of this wonderfal medio&e
that will cure taheccaloe."
Write today for fmll particu
lars of treatment. Addrees
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Try Crcjoleae Anti
septic Throat Tablets
for the Irritated throat.
The are simple, etfect
Ie and antiseptic Of
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ioc in stamps.
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