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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, November 7, 1912
1 COTTON FLANNEL
Regular 10c grade. ntU
ianit on v
$1.25 and $1.50 val- v j
ues. Tariff Off. ..?OC
These are extra fine, well
made, very fall cut gowns,
with silk braid, silk cord
and Bilk emb. trimming.
Regular 25c grade. Tariff
Extra quality silk lisle,
deep garter top, high spliced
heel, double sole and toe
INFANTS' BATH ROBES
Regular 76c grade. A Q
Tariff Off tOC
Sizes 1 to 4 years in fable
and polka dot designs.
"LA PERLA" S0AP
A 15c value.
3-4 lb. bar white Castile
CHILD'S 3 IN 1 UNIONS
Regular 50c grade. Q Q
Tariff Off - 55C
Ribbed "unitee" suits, with
MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS
A regular $1.50 value.
An extra fine grade, blue
and grey only.
REMNANTS A T ABOUT HALF REGULAR PRICES
Remnants of Silks, Woolens, "Wash Goods, Flannelettes, Novelty Materials, Embroideries, Laces, Ribbons,
etc., have been gathered for Friday's selling at a fraction of their usual worth. Tables on 1st Floor and in
SALE OF GRANITEWARE
35c and 40c values. 9g
Tariff Off C
All strictly irst quality Dish Pans, Cof
fee Pots, Wash Basins, Buckets, etc.,
Obsemtioas tasa tts a. nu toranty-aftb mei
rldian tbae. Air prtMere rodneed Jo &a lerel.
leoEAEi (conttnsoaB Bass) dim Arossh point
of equal air preoore, Ieoibua (dotted MnM)
Pbs ttuoach potato of eqoal tecipentsre; ditva
only for aero, fteedn?, 90. and 100.
O clear: Q partly ctoodr; oiosdn
rain; mow; report nlraing.
AnoTrrfflrTiith the wind, fittt fifansg, tespci
stare; secead. predpitatlea of JOL Inch or mora
for pet H boon; third, maslsram wind Tsioo
itr. INTERURBAH DETAILS
ARE BEING CLOSED UP
A meeting of the interurban com
mittee was held Thursday morning at
the Rio Grande Valley bank to ar
range for the final closing of all mat
ters pertaining to the right of way of
the valley line. A committee, of which
Frank R. Tobin is chairman, has been
in charge of the canvass for the deeds
to the right of way, and this commit
tee made a report of its work at the
meeting and suggested ways Qf getting
the unsigned deeds signed and returned.
Z31 N. J WILLIS 1- MOORE. Cbiefc
--jS HIGH 1K58 Vo ? Gwss j'd
Mr. Albert Taylor "iH?slw
Tonight, Friday and Saturday Nights
THE SIEGE OF THE ALAMO
A company of the 22d Infantry will
Alamo. Complete scenic production.
SEATS AT RYAN'S 25c and 35c.
The Calisher Department Store Co., Inc.
Friday at the Free Trade Sale !
Is Off Prices Are All In Your Favor Nov !
One-Third Off the Eegular Prices on all Evening Costumes at
$42.50 and up One-Quarter 0 ff the Eegular Prices on all Coat
Suits at $35.00 and up.
SI. KS L
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Free Embroidery ' Lessons daily
from 9 to 12 a. m. 3rd Floor.
IX S. Department ot
zs5 WEATHER BUREAU
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.El Paso, Thursday, Nov. 7, 1912.
s El Paso and vicinity Fair tonight
New Mexico Fair tonight; warmer
southeast portion. Friday fair.
West Texas Fair tonight and Fri
day; warmer tonight in southeast por
SALOON MAN PLEADS
GUILTY AS VAGRANT
Frank Gray, who runs -a -saloon at the
corner of Second and Oregon streets,
pleaded guiltv Wednesday in the county
court to a charge of vagrancy and was
fined $5 and costs. It was alleged that
Gray sold a bottle of whisky on Sun
Four eight-foot and four upright !
showcases for sale
Store, Little Plaza,
assist in the famous battle of the
The Entire Stocks of
High Class Costumes,
Wraps and Coat Suits
Are embraced in these sweeping
reductions ever' one a model of
elegance and rare beauty, of the
present season's designing, by the
best artists of this and foreign
lands The importance of this sale,
at the most opportune time of the
year, will create much enthusiasm
on the part of those contemplating
43ie purchase of a costume or suit
5420 COSTUMES, 1-3 OFF, dftO OC
COSTUMES, 1-3 OFF, tQ1 C7
COSTUMES, 1-3 OFF 4JQC ((
COSTUMES, 1-3 OFF, &A Q OO
COAT SUITS, 1-4 OFF, GOC OC
COAT ,SUITS, -4 OFF &QQ QT
COAT SUITS, 1-4 OFF, AQj Q17
COAT SUITS, 1-4 OFF, I0 1 O
so on up to the highest priced models at
fSo.UU to ?15D.OQ. - ,,-;, -
Values" to 25c
Iff Bowls, Fruit
& Local Data.
El Paso Readings.
6 a. nT. 6 p. ni.
Barometer (sea level) 30.12 30.09
Dry thermometer 38
Wet therHfeiateter ........ 3S
Dew point 23
Relative humidity 52
Direction of wind NW.
Velocity of wind 7
State of weather Clear.
Rainfall Hist 24 hours 0
" temp, last 24 hrs
Lowest temp, last 12 hrs.
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark, 10.1 feet. Fall in last
24 hours, 0.1 foot.
DEJIISG 3IEX HAVE LOT OP
TROUBLE OX JOCRM3Y
Five Detningites, who left on a
Southern Pacific passenger train for
home Tuesday night, had an excit
ing trip getting here. They are H. H.
Kelly, H. G. Bunch, John Corbett, J. A.
Mahoney and C. H. Leonard. They
started to El Paso in Bush's auto, but
forgot to put water in the radiator. At
Lanark the machine stopped. Then
they climbed on a Southern Pacific
freight train, but were mistaken for
tramps and put off. They then flag
ged a passenger train and got in town
in time to see the Kl Paso Herald elec-
tion returns, for which purpose they I
hal come to town. Thev went back to I
i Dem-os on a passenger train. 1
A Basement bargain In
only J v
A well made, ribbed suit.
Women's extra gn
quality brassieres. w"C
The Tariff is Off These
would be good values at 75c
and $1.00 handsomely
trimmed withdraws of eye
let insertion, ribbon ' run,
and have re-enforced arms.
Worth $1.50 and QQ
$2.00. Tariff Off. . . iO C
Misses' and young women's
styles, in red, grey, blue,
navy, etc trimmed with
silk cords and bands.
Regular $1 grade. JQ-
Tariff Off Oi7C
Women's and misses' sizes
extra well made and full
cut black only.
Worth up to 121-2c. j-
Tarif f Off OC
Torchon laces, up to 3 in.
Regular 50c grade. Q"
Tariff Off 3DC
In white only closed feet
a warm garment.
A regular 15c -t r
value. Tariff Off. . . I U C
Graduated bottle with Anti-Colic-
-.-AgssL . ---
- 1 -ilAr-r-a
SALE OF GI.ASSWARE
'and, 35c "
Crvstal Pitchers, Berry
Bashes, Cake' Stands, etc.
WANT MEN FOR THE
NEW ARMY CORPS
Some Good Positions Are Open, for Men
Willing to Enlist for Them Can
Enlist in El Paso.
MajC. N. Barne, the arm recruit
ing officer at El Paso, is ,now receiving
amplications from men who wish to
renliat in the new quartermaster corps,
wnicn replaces civiiran emjiiovea iu uro
former qua'rferihaster, " subsistence and
pay" departments. '
The new corps is to comprise 15 mas
ter electricians, 600 sergeants first
class, 1000 sergeants, 650 corporals, 45
cooks. 2500 privates first class, and 1190
privates. They receive the same pay
and allowances, including increase of
pay for foreign service and for length
of service, retirement privileges, et as
enlisted men of corresponding grades in
the signal corps. The pay ranges from
.to $112 per -month, in addition to
quarters, food, clothing and jother al
lowances. Enlisted men of the quartermaster
corps will not be. .required to perform
any military duties other than those
pertaining to their eorps.
The duties of the quartermaster corps
will be as follows:
Master electricians For duty at posts
where large lighting plants are operated
and owned by the United States.
Sergeants "(first class) Electricians,
clerks, packmasters, superintendents of
transportation, foreman engineers, fore
man plumbers, foreman of mechanics,
foreman blacksmiths and horseshoers,
trainmasters, foreman carpenters, fore
man wheelwrights, foreman painters
1 , .
Sergeants Clerks, stenographers and'
' tvoewriters electricians school teachers-
.typewriters, electricians, scnooi teacners,
checkers, bakers, foragemasters, wagon- j
masters, norsesnoers, DiRCKsnjims,
plumbers, engineers, overseers, carpen-
I icrs, niieeiwngjius, copyists, masons,
I packmasters, farriers, foreman of labor
ers, storekeepers and painters.
Corporals Clerks, stenographers and
typewriters, checkers, school teachers,
assistant wagonmasters, cargadors, care
takers, copyists, printerst painters, range
riders, farriers, foresters, gardeners,
storekeepers, foragemasters, saddlers
Privates (first class Teamsters,
:aokers, gardeners, messengers, jani
tors, warehouseman, firemen, assistant
bakers and skilled laborers.
Prirates Laborers, stablemen and
1 BELEN TEACHERS ARE ALL
I AT ALBUQUERQUE MEETING
Beleii, X. M., Nov. 7. All of the
teachers in the Belen public school are
in Albuquerque in attendance upon the i
sessions of the State Teachers' associa- '
tion. The schools are closed for the .
t week. ' I
On account of the scarlet fever scare,
arrangements have been made by the
cchool board to take every precaution '
against the spread of the disease. Dis- .
mfectants have been provided and frc
uuent fumigations will be made. Tlicrt 1
been no further spread of the dis- !
Liivery baggage wi
qulpment in the
The most complete equipment in the
Phone 1 Advertisement.
Tf .-n oro trninc- to fotiie cot omo
; Lander's treated floats. Adv.
AH afternoon and night trains are
reported on time for Thursday.
Dr. Ebert, Dentist, 216-218 Mills Bid?.
Dr. Nettle Satterlee, osteopath. 6W
American Bank Bldg., phone 141.
Prompt Hack Service.
Pomeroy's hacks are at the barn,
hitched, awaiting: your calL Phones,
Needing- Rlas-ics? See our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald Bide.
Dr. Jones, feet specialist. Mills Bldg.
For bouse vvirlnc and fixtures see
, the National Telegraphone and Supply
I Company, 317 Mills street.
I Oa Insanity Cbarse.
John Chalk y.'as arrested by the po
j lice Wednesday night on a charge of
Dr. Garrett, diseases of stomach and
intestines, removed to 403-4 Roberts
i Dr. A. T. Still Ostensible Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, pbjsician in chief:
! Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker. Dr.
I'Paul It. Collins, consulting physicians;
I 20J West Missouri street.
Dr. Anna Ileum, Buckler Bidg.
Willis M. Brown, of Roewell. N. M..
a converted infidel, is holding special
revival services on Mills street, be
tween Campbell and Kansas, each even
ing at 7:30. Every one weleome. Come
and hear the gospel preached as in the
apostolic days. False tongues exposed
by the Word of God.
Recruits Start for Kl Paso.
1 A special train carrying M4 recruits
or the army left Jefferson Barracks,
! st Louis. Mo., this moraine, en route
! to Fort Bliss. They are coming over
the Texas & Pacific.
Dr. Cnmeron. dentist, 22S Mesa Ave.
Dr. .lamloKon, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg
Mexican 'Herald on Snle
at Ward's Pharmacy, in KI Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens In Mexico.
Dr. R. M. Ratliff, dentist. Sue. to Drs.
Paget & Ratliff. 204-5-8, Caples Bldg.
Dr. J. H. Paget, dentist, S01-50Z Roberts-Banner
Bldg., phone 150.
Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Bryan, dentist. 107 El Paso street.
ShoiTS Ulg KxpresH Profits.
San Francisco Cat. Kov. 7. Testi
mony brought out by the state railroad
commission in its investigation of ex
press rates, on which it is engaged
todav, show vthat the Well8-argo com
pany, on an investment in California
of Jl.ll 6,167, received in two average
months-fwne gad July S3ftr,l!l?r ?
revenue TSt " $I.S3.35, J wlfitn AwiW
amount to 'JS,7SW0 f fbt'irimontha,
llilt. T.... W..i U A.MAMf An 4tlA
ir a units w uuh ow j.u v ...
Have your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas Electrical Supply
Co., 119 N. Stanton St- Both phones.
Dr.'PrcntbiB..diseases of stomach, in
testines, liver, 515 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Xetice AVeedraen Circle.
Willow Grove No. 84, will have a
called meeting, Friday afternoon. 2:30,
Nov. 8. Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock
all members are requested to meet at
K. of P. hall for the purpose of at
tending the unveiling ceremonies at
H. L. Holford. Guardian.
L. Mattlce. Clerk.
Dr. Jnmcs Douglas TbJnfcn "Well of
Woman's SnffrsKe and Expects
Train to Rbii to Tucson by
Dr. James Doujrtas. president of the
J El Paso & Southwestern Railroad com
I pany, thinks the election of Wilson was
the only sensible thing and he is in
clined to favor woman suffrage, but
doesn't like the Arizona railroad laws.
Dr. Douglas was In isi Paso Tnurs
lv in his nrivate car. Nacozari. and hi
'day in his private car. Nacozari. and he
went east on the Golden State limited.
after holding a short conference with
local officials of the road in the South
He doesn't tike elevators, for he
walked down the steps of the South
western building to the main floor in
preference to riding in the elevator.
Then he walked to nis private car. On
the way there he discussed Wilson's
election and a few other things this
"The appointment of Mr. Schumacker
as vice president in charge of opera
tion and extensions will not have any
effect upon the local officers of the
company and will not cause any
changes. He will simply relieve me of.
some of that work which I have been
doing. In fact, he will practically take
my place in the direction of those af
fairs. "We expect to have local trains run
ning from ,E1 Paso to Tuoeon by Nov.
.2 or thereabouts, but we 'will not run
through trains like the Golden State
limited and others before the first of
January. . . ... .
"What do I tta:n5c ofc the election of
Mr. Wilson? I think it is the only rea
sonable thing that could nave occurred.
"Did you ask my opinion of woman
suffrage in the various states that have
granted it? I think women 4a A rule
are pretty conserrayve and their -et-ing
will tend as a corrective to too
"This referendum business in Arizona
thmieh. these decisions, forcing -ne
railroads to reduce their rates mt-
1b how many c tlrev, sha" run 5
.. tb j not encouraging, to say the
Fine weather here. Just fine. It has
been a bit cold up on the eastern ai
vision. I tell you, this climate U. a
mighty good argument in favor of the
southwest. No, I don't mind going cast
now. It is not really very cold there
until January. Well, here's my car, it s
time for rac to get aboard. Goon jye.
Mr. Douglas shook hands with his in
terviewer, refused aid in ascf,ading the
steps of his car, and disappeared in
side. CATHOLICS PROTEST
AGAINST A HISTORY
Austin, Tex.. Xov. 7. When the text
iook board met today for the purpose of
taking final action on tle awarding of
contract for textbooks, a protest was
presented to the board by the Catholics
of Texas, there being approximately
3 000 in Texas, against the adoption
of the Yanness-Mevers general history
for the schools of Texas
ine ciaim is
made that this history
and misstates tne Catholic doctrine. '
The board will cive consideration to the
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I grapn ai me college 01 me sai-reu
Heart here recorded a
ance beginning at 12:
46 this morning
and continuing until 1:21. The strong
est disturbance was near the beginning
The apparent distance was from 1564
to 2000 miles. The direction could not
be determined -
For two days slight disturbances
have ben recorded at frequent intervals.
dqna m mm
Voters Cast Big Majority;
for State Issue Will Also
Vote County Bonds. i
Las Cruces, 2s.' M., :Nov. 7. By the
majority of approximately 1900 votes
ior and less than 100 against, Dona Ana
county approved the state road bond
issue for $500,000. This, it is believed,
comes more nearly being a unanimous
vote for this proposition than in any
other county in the state. This result
is due to the vigorous, energetic cam
paign that has been carried on in every
precinct of the county within the last
dV days in favor of the bond issue. A
month" ago it is doubtful if the bond
issue would have carried in the county,
due to the lack of information by the
otcrs as to the provisions of the law.
; But the good roads enthusiasts got
bubv. and. bv the distribution of litera
ture from the public platform, and by
individual effort, they convinced almost
every voter in the county as to the wis
dom of favoring this bond issue. From
these bonds Dona Ana county will get
a share of approximately $30,000.
The -next step in this movement, in
which Dona Ana county leads the state,
is the approval of the proposed county
road bond issue of 5100.000. A special
election has been called for December
28, at which time the voters will vote
upon this bond issue, and it is believed
that a large majority of the citizens in
the countv. when they understand the
purposes for which the money is to be
used, will approve the proposed bonds,
'lue people of Dona Ana county are in
earnest in working for better highways
and seem to be a unit in this progres
sive, non-partisan movement for better
The big football game between Ari
zona and the State college- will be
played here Friday afternoon. The busi
ness houses here are to close and the
mayor has granted a half holiday, so
that everybody can go and witness the
Isabel Spalding has returned to 1
Paso, after a brief visit with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spalding, on
Lao stieet. Her brother, Lee Spalding,
who has had 'typhoid fever for several
weeks, is recovering slowly.
, W. S. Foutz. ot Prescott, Ariz., is here
looking over the valley, having been at
tracted to this section by the reports
ot the great irrigation system soon to
be in operation here. He may settle
in this valley. His family is yet at
ySr. and Mrs. W. O. Evans are ' the
happy parents of a young son.
Breck Cleveland, of Hurley, N. M, has
a poeiton in the store of, Henry M.
Dr. J. Kopf and wife "will arrive here
today from St. Louis, Mo for a- visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Blue, at the Blue ranch, one mile -west
Mrs. Lena Jones has left for a four
days' visit with Mrs. W. D. Aldredge
on Laurel street, 1 Paso.
A large crowd gathered in the armorv
last night and was entertained by By
G. W. Halbrooks, manager of the
Dury Farm ranch, at Anthony, was
here yesterday on business.
David Merkin, of El Paso, has aposi
tn in the dry goods store of Henry
Mrs. Thomas Tate, who was recently
injured from a falL is now able to walk
around in her home.
F. M. Havner, county school superin
tendent of Dona Ana county, is in Albu
querque, attending the State Teachers'
LECTURES TO BE IIKLD IX
HADLRY HALLj CURTADfS ARRIVE
tatate College. N. M.. Nov. 7. New
curtains for Hadley ball have arrived
and in future the stereoptican lectures
will beheld there instead of in Science
hall, as heretofore. These lectures are
given by Dr. W. E. Garrison and Dr. J.
R. Macarthur for the class in compar
ative literature. A great deal of In
terest is being shown by outside vis
itors to the class, and It is the purpose
of Dr. Garrison and Dr. Macarthur te
get out a book on the subject for use
in colleges and high schools at the end
of this year. If possible.
I B. Selby is confined- to his home
on account of illness.
The votes for this precinct were cast
at the school house in Mesilla Park.
The following college people recently
spent a day at Soledad canyon: Mrs.
Selby. Misses Medlar. Miller, Thompson,
and Messrs. Selby, Willard, Merrill and
Chas. Strickland is doing repairs
around the campus.
A tennis court Is being laid out and
made ready for use on the Hadley
Mrs. C. dinger entertained a number
of friends at a genuine Spanish supper
The funeral of T. E. Davis was held
here. Mr. Davis was a well known
citizen of this section, having come
here with his wife and daughter sev
eral years ago. He had been ill for
several months, but not until recently
was it known that recovery was im-
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VIEWS GIVEN BY A
NOTED BREWERY MAN
I Well-Known El Paso Citi-
Z.C1I ITIOUt -oni4 - ww
of Plant Juice.
Maj. W. H. Long, who is one of El
Paso'Skbest known citizens, and who is
secretary and treasirer of the SI Paso
Brewing Co.. has made a personal test
of Plant Juice and has some comments
10 make on it. He has Uvea in EI Paso
26 years and 'his home ft at 120
Olive street. Maj. Long says:
"I find the Plant Juice to be ail-right
for liver, stomach and kidney trouble.
My liver had troubled me at times for
jears. When I would get bilious,
would take a cataartie and that would
relieve me for a while. My stomach
and kidneys were effected through
sympathy, I suppose havingtoo much
to do. I got a beetle of Plant Juicu
to see what effect it would bmve on
the livr. and it is hot only all right
for it but I find it the best thing I
know ot for the stomach and kidneys.
too. It seems to be taken -up by the
tirculation and to reach wherever th
This is exactly what Plant Juice will
do: it at once enters the circulation
and reaches all disease centers; poisons
are disserved and eradicated and vital
organs are gradually restored to their
normal condition. There is no tonic
so immediately effective for all de
langement of the stomach, kidneys,
liver ana blood. If you are debilitated,
dyspeptic, bilious, suffer with rheuma
tism, constipation, feel run down and
worn out. you should lose no time in
trying Plant Juice. Kelly 4k Pollard
.-;ell it. Advertisement.
1 possible. Mr. Davis leaves a wife.
I .laughter. Miss Nina, a sister, Mrs.
' Stewart, living here, and a brother in
1 the east.
President W. B. Garrison is attending'
, the educational association In Albu
1 querque. He wilt return, to- the eo)Iege
' Friday morning and leave immediately
for Atlanta. Ga.. accompanied by Lu
ther Foster, to attend the meeting o
the American Agricultural college. Ha
I will probably go to Indiana on his way
home and bring Mrs. Garrison back.
1 Dr. J. R. Macarthur, dean- of the col-
lege, left this morning for Albwquer
I que, where he is booked to, make an
I address at the educational association
there. Dr. Macarthur will mt Joined en
route bv Roland Harwell, an old stu-
; dent, of thi institution, now in the em
1 dIov of the DuBent Powder company.
of Denver. Mr. Harwell is expected at
the college for a short visit apen his
return from Albuquerque.
Prof. J. H. Vaughan, head, of the de
partment of history, 'and Mrs. R. W.
Fulghum and daughter. Miss Mildred.
Mrs. M. F. Winnlngham, dean of wom
en. Mrs. Bombaster. principal of the
Mesilla Park schools, are attending the
educational association at Albuquerque
The Quien Sabe club was entertained
in the music room at McFie hell. Cards
and a chafing dish 3pread were the fea
tures of the evening.
1 "Doctor, saia a ineao. siopfong ua
' in the street, "what do you taTfeff for a
; heavy eold?" 5"
"A fee,' replied tne ooeior, soruy.
and passed on.
Every woman's heart responds to
the charm and sweetness of a baby's
yoke, because .nature intended her for
motherhood. But even tne loving
natare of a mother shrinks from As
ordeal because such, a time Is ssuaUy
a period of suffering and danger.
Women who use Mother's Friend are
saved ranch discomfort and. suffering;
and their systems, being thoroughly
prepared by this great remedy, ara
in a healthy condition' to meat tna
time with the least possible suffering
and danger. Mother's Friend hi
recommended only for the relief and
comfort of expectant mothers; it Is In
no sense a remedy for v&rioas ills,
but its many years of success, and
the thousands of endorsements re
ceived from women who have used it ,
are a guarantee of the benefit to be
derived from its use. This remedy
does not accomplish wonders but sim
ply assists natare to perfect its work.
Mother's Friend alleys nausea, pre.
vents caking of .
ie breasts, and IPfifttfgf';
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saotherhood. Mother's Friend is soW
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B8ADFELD REGULATOR CO., Atfasfe, Ga,
HEAD A MASS OF
Spots All Over Like
Itching and Burning. Couldn't
Sleep for Rye Weeks. Cuiicura
Soap and Ointment Entirely Cured.
Hyattsvnie. Md. "My little boy was
taken who an itching on the scalp sod wkea
I noticed him scratching so much I looked
and there was an ashy place on bis heMt
about the size of a ten-cent piece, ami the
hair was falling from tfefe place by the roots.
In about ten days all ever his bead were
those ashy spots wfafch looked Ske ring
worm, but were porous-like. The itefetag
and burmng made him scratch a great deal.
His head had gotten so that It was Just a
mass of mattery Uttfe pimples aU beeped
on each other, and when I took off Ms
night-cap. the hah- and flesh came- off at
the same time I really thought be weald
ljse his whole scalp. He coalda't steep for
Ave weeks, it would itch sad burn uattl I
thought be would go into coarahsoos.
" I used different soaps and salves to no
satisfaction. Then I 4chkri to nse the
Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I used to
bathe tho scalp every morning with the
Cuticura Soap and water as hot as be couht
stand it. and then massage h thoroughly
with the Cuticura Ointment. Finally I"
noticed he berr.11 to steep ail night. I used
one cake of CuticAca Soap.and one box of
Cuticura Otetment and he'wteenttrcrcsred.
His hair came back again one month after
be was cured, and he has a batter growth of
hair now than he had at first.- (Signed)
Mrs. Ida S. Johnson. Mar. 30. IMS.
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