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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, Kovember 8 ,1912. 13
Healthy Baby is
To Make it healthy and keep it healthy J
use a reliable baby
spite -of the greatest personal
care and the most intelligent atten
t'ori to diet babies and children wll'
become constipated, and it is a fact .
mat constipation and indigestion have J
v --ecked many a young life. To start j
v ith a good dlgestlre apparatus is to
trt life without handicap. I
But as we cannot all have perfect j
i irking bowels we mutt do the next
1 "t thing: and acquire them, or train ,
H m to become healthv. This can j
done bv the use of a laxative-tonic
v r h'shlv recommended by a great
juv mothers. The remedy is, called
J 'r CalJviells Svrup Pepsin and lias
'(n o the market for two genera
nr.,5 It can be bought conveniently
i an' drug store for fifty cents or
no dollar a bottle, and those who are
n ready convinced of its merits buy
in dollar size. J
Its mildness makes it the ideal medi
Cire for children, and it is also very,
pleasant to the taste. It does not hide'
rxhind the name of a fruit or a vegt
i ible and yet it is genuinely harmless. I
Vrry little of it is required and its fre- I
L,ufnt use Joes not cause it to lose it6 i
pf'ect, as is the case wita so many
Thousands can testify to its merits
'n constipation, indigestion, Dinous-
i s. sick headaches, etc , among
l em reliable people like Mrs. Clara
Lewis, the mothsr of Baby Lewis,
Becks Store, Ky.. and Mrs Delia
3 atimore, Edgewood, Ga. They keep
constantly tn the house, for every
"mber of the family can use it from
n'ancv to old age. The users of
-' ap Pepsin have learned to avoid
athartics, salt waters, pills and other
The Manicure L&dy gy wiiiiam f. Kirk
She Discusses Poets and Democracy With the Barber.
1 WAS reading a funny thing the
other day about Mister Sir Wal
ter Scott," said the Manicure
Lady. "It told how he met Mister
Bvron, and when Byron called him Mis
ter Scott he said, 'Call me Walt, kid,
call me Walt' " m
"I ain't interested much in them
poets." said the Head Barber, "because
i her-r so much aborft the stuff that
v our brother is all the time writing. 1
n so used to listening to poetry that
1 am beginning to dodge" any ssnte-.ce
that begins with a capital letter."
"The only reason I mentioned it, ,ad-
r.n" Kid the Manicure Lady. wa3 to
M.ow im e?ra me iwn. ".i " "
. ' .,. " ..,-- l..ra -.w in
e v.. ,rf npomp thin tuat
,,,se a man can nwk up verses he i
head up in i the air. ,S.U" ,,SM!
?r.tn"thr?ome- thetVufh Ihln 'W"
'feor-e Wilfred is one of the most
Vmoratic fellows that vou ever seen,
f course I don't mean to say that re
" as great a poet as a man like Miter ;
vi- Walter Scott, but I will sy that
i he noor kid has some ideas of making J
it, rhwmes like 'I was strolling in the
"" amd it almost broke my heart
.. . i --
vvhen from her i . naa B, ,, ;- ;
ner an aim-.. " "" ": - 7
poet that vviurea is. '''". '-'
the same he s my oroiner. anu u u-
bod around here is going 10 k.ioii..
; t .. st wfll have to be me ,
K"""" '., ..,;; -- ir tna-ht
one of Toi barbersT was picking any !
Haws in his verses"
"I don't care one waj or the other.
TO CANVASS COUNTY
T!--iiiri nrvvn uniuTl A V
VOTJSS NjSXi. -tufli'AX
l.ht-jeds to Retan i Psltlea He
Ocenpled Fourteen leans Ago;
Auditor to Be Chosem.
For the purpose of declaring the
names of those elected during the gen
eral election to the "lanous state and
county oftices, the county commission
ers Monday morning -will canvass the
votes cast during tfca time, an"! an
nounce the results.
Those elected to the county offices
will have within 20 days after the re
feiilt has been declared to qualify for
the office They are entitled to oc
l ipv th office after being declared
f lected to it by the commissioners.
. pel son who is entitled to admin
iter an oath, nitv swear the new
c fficers be tore they asurae their re
Olliceit nave u o j
Rumn which to qualify for the office, j
The newly elected state oHlcers usual- ;
'v po into office about January 1. 1
As a result of the election, Dan M. !
.1 iOkson will occupy the bench in the !
4th district court, and judge J. R.
4arrc r fo'imr judge of that court, goes
..5, . hief justice to the eighth court of .
. iril appeal" Before the general eiec- t
Tion these tv o were appointed to tnose 1
rosnective DOSltlons oy governor 01-
iuitt. Ike Alderete, as district cierx.
v. ill vacate the office for J. A. fcsca
jeda. who was elected to it. P. R
Price, elected county attorney, will
move into W. W. Bridger's office.
v hile the latter will assume the duties .
of district attorney, Joseph M. Nealon's
present position. I
In addition t.o canvassing the votes, .
the countv commissioner will have to
consider the annual tax rolls compiled
bv George W Huffman, county tax as
sessor which it was stated would be
With the election of Escajeda, coun
tv auditor, as district clerk, the ques
tion that is now current In the county
murthouse. is who will be the next
ounty auditor? The appointment of
lhis officer is left to the two district
judgps and the county judge. In go
ing to the district clerk's office, Esca
ifda will occupy the same position he
did 14 years ago.
THE BLAXK PAGK.
A woman with little wit sat at a
public meet'nng between a bishop and
She thought she would be clever, and
said tc the rabbi: "I feel as if I were a
leaf between the Old and the New Tes
"Yes, madam. said the rabbi, "that
page is usually a blank one."
AM Oil) INDIAN REMEDY
S. S. S. is one of the oldest of medicines; it was prepared and used by the
Indian Medicine Man hundreds of years ago in the treatment of all blood
disorders. Of course it did not then bear its present name, buttheformulafor
compounding it was just what it is today, and its results then as now, en
Urdy sa4isfactory to those who used it S. S. S. is made entirely of roots,
herbs and barks without the addition of a particle of mineral. It is the
widest known and the best acting blood purifier before the public today.
This great remedy cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Skin
Diseases, Scrofula, Specific Blood Poison and any and all blood infections
and impurities. No one need fear to use S. S. S. It is perfectly safe for
any system, and its fine vegetable tonic effects especially recommend it to
all weak, debilitated persons who may bein needof ablood purifier. S. S. S.
) fc2) 2
every way to the blessing of strong robust health. Write for free book on
se mow- ana any metucal advice you wish. S. S. S. is sold at drugstores,
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CQa ATLANTA, GA.
harsh remedies, for they do but tern-
porary good and are a shock to any
it no memDer or your family has
ever used Syru Pepsin and you would
like to make a personal trial of it be
fore buying it in the regular way of a
druggist, send your address a postal
will do to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 414
Washington at, Monticeuo. in., and a
i free sample bottle will be mailed you.
Results are always guaranteed or
i money will be refunded.
said the Head Barber wearily. "I had
an uncle once out in Arizona that used
to write some verses. Him and his
brother had a ranch together He did
the verse writing for the firm, and his
brother did the work. It worked all
right for a little while, because the
one that wrote the verses kept bull
ing the other brother that some fine
day one of the magazines would buy
enough of his verses to help him buy
another ranch. The poems kept com
ing back like one of them there
boomerangs, and at last the brother
what was doing all the work took a
good healthy kick at the brother that
was writing all the poetry, and the
partnership dissolved. I don t say that
UtlClfJ WriUlJK CUU L a. iuu j I,
: . s.i .I.. .. -...4 ... (4
: n rat a little surar for the
sweet thoughts that you write, but
somehow or other it seems to me tuaj
.rn iiiii-ic is mi m.ii iil liic rrui &.
arond the nMA was a iot more net.
ful than the guy that was wasting a
Sod fountain pen."
"Well, you have talked quite a.
while," said the Manicure Lady. Now
let me say a few words. I think poets
is kind of useful sometimes. The old
gent has went into the canned goods
business, and Wilfred has wrote him
eight poems about the special brands
ot canned stuff that father is going to
- , j0hVsonV oods Vre 'canned
. ,", tZZ, --, ..imiv c-raTui"' I
And their flavor is simply grand.1
:,v.. ...'.T .. i ih. h bp. .
"That ain't bad."' said the Head Bar
"ou bet it ain t, declared
dared the UU l
ran TA-. "YoUlee.
has been canned so often that it comes
natural to him to write about canned
something for bbe-vkf-ut.
4. tBy v.v,nifred Black.) 4-
Give me the girlvwith a good appe
tiio for breakfast and the good sense
I to order it and know how to cook and
j serve it, too, and I '11 bank on her hus-
band's chance to get on in the world
I against any dozen poor things who
I think the old fashioned American break-
I Get fat' Well, what if you do? When
j vou are dead and gone nobody is go
! ing to get out the scale and see now
I much vou weighed. They are going to
get out the letters you wrote full of
love and human kindnes; they are go-
' ing to get out the little gifts you sent
! them at Christmas time and birthday
I times. Thev are going to tell each oth
! cr how good you were when .they were
, in a little trouble, and they are going
I to love v 011 for what you are and not
I for what you did not weigh. And tne
good substantial honest food you ate
jj naVe a good deal to do with it all,
Who can be generous when they are
starving themselves to death? Who can
laugh and make the world laugh or. a
diet of dry husks and milk?
T orrer my entire business for sale
upon reasonable terms.
Arthur A. Kline, Little Plaza
We have some bargains in heavy tim
bers. Laader Lumber Co. Adv.
"MKBBE TADfT SO.
"Mebbe 'tain't so," reads a striking
placard that greets thfe eye and brings
the smile as one enters a certain print
ing office where they believe in look
ing on the bright side of things.
The comfort-compelling phrase orig-
1 inated in a story told of a grouchy
Scotchman who. by his unfailing ill
1 forebodings and gloomy observations
about things in general, and the work
1 around the office in particular got "on
I the nerves" of his fellow laborers.
' Desperation brings Inspiration. They
thought of a plan to cure him. Every
time he came around with his pessi
mistic prophecies and "Gloomy Gns"
comments on things, they said never
a word, but solemnly presented him
with one of these placards, which they
always managed to have at hand.
They were effective, and his cure
was complete. When things are look
ing blackest, when we are in a state
of nervous apprehension bordering on
panic, and -things appear to our blurred
vision to be on the very verge of dis
aster, it might be worth our while to
recall the inelegant But optimistic
little phrase, "Mebbe 'tain't so." Ex-,
goes into the circulation and removes every
particle of impurity, humor or poison from
the blood. S. S. S. acts most pleasantly and
lieneficially on the stomach, assists in toning
UO the digestive mMnhera and rnnt-riTMitoc -in
Wm DEMOCRATS GROOMED FOP
FEDERAL POSITIONS UNDER WILSON
Positions Ranging in Salary Value Up to $6000 a Year
to Be Filled; Birdno May Get Land Office Receiver
ship W. E. Brooks Slated for Register of Land
Office; Osborne After Phoenix Postoff ice.
ny George If.
Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. s. Democrats
of Arizona, flashed by their victory,
are' making haste to get to the pie
counter. Not only has there been a
rush for the big pieces whioh Dr. Wil
son will hare the dispensing of after
March 4. next the federal judgeship,
a life position, at $6600 a jeaT; the
United States tnarshalship, at $4000
per year, and the postmastership, of
fttMtviv At 9AA a vaa w Vtut tharA i-
! a scramble for all the federal offices
and postmasterships in the state,
j John J. Berdno, of Graham, former
i chairman of the Democratic state cen
, trai committee, is said to be out for
tne Teceiversnrp or tne land oince,
which is goo- for from $(000 to $5000
a year and which is now held by
the Republican state central commit
tee. Arnolds term expires on Decem
ber' 31 and it is confidently expected
that he will be reappointed by presi
dent Taft, but whether or not Mr.
Wilson will continue him in office is
doubted because of the pressure which
will be brought to bear upon him to
find an excuse to oust him and give
the fat, juicy plum to some good con
servative Democrat like Berdno.
Brooks for Register of Land Office.
W. E. Brooks, of Globe, is being
talked of to succeed Frank H. Parker
as register of the land office Par
ker's term will also expire on Decem
ber 31, but as he, this year so far for
got himself as to join the "Bull Moot
ers" there Is doubt as to whether or
not president Taft will reappoint him.
Parker's health, it Is said, is very bad
and it may be that he will be permit
ted to continue in office, without re
appointment, until March 4, when
president Wilson will be free to name
Brooks or some other Democrat as
Brooks is a member of the state leg
islature and a candidate for the
speakership of the lower house.
has been decided, however, that that
place is to bo to H. H. Linney, of
tot,i ,... !. i,- v- - i-iu
ing off Mike Cunniff. who hopes to
succeed himself as' president of the
senate when the extra session of the
legislature is called. Cunniff is a rad
ical, a former member of the famous
constitutional convention and obnoxi
ous to the conservative element of the
Democratic party, now in the saddle
in the state. It is not deemed prob-
!. -. va . .. t
able that the sneaker of the house and
the president of the senate will be j
taken from the same county and as
Llnneys selection as speaker of the
house Is a foregone conclusion, Cunnifx f
is slated for relegation to the ranks.
His successor has been decided upon
in the nerson of judge Hechtman. of !
Gila county. Another selection which
rauiuuea againEt tne cnoice or croons.
of GUa, for the speakership if. Indeed, .
he ever hada chance for the place.
i . . . . i
L IS '? ..
rax as ine rnoenii postoince is I
concerned, while Men Osborne is said
Ho be an" avowed candidate for the ap
powuneni, ur. uugnes is oeing urgea
a Defn- i
ocrat he may lead Osborne a good race
for the job.
W. B. (Bill) Kelley. editor of t'"-1
Copper Era and a conservative Der -crat
from away back, can hae t j
postmastership of Clifton for the ask
ing. It is said, while J. J. Keegan will
be named to succeed postmaster Bur
nett, of Globe.
Wiley Jeaes May Be V. V Jtorsey.
The United States district uttorney--ship
may go to Wiley E. Jones, of
Pinal county, recently chosen as one
of the three Democratic presidential
electors for Arizona, but he is said to !
aspire to appointment as minister to
one of the Central or South American j
renuhlica. for which hi- knowlnricro :-.f 1
the Spanish language in a measure fits J
Saccenser te Cea O'Keefe.
as Bacccasvr 10 uoa vA.e?ie as col
lector of the port of Nogales but one
name has been mentioned that of
Charles Schuckman. an American citi
zen of German extraction and a resi
dent of Nogales. Whether or not he
is eligible or would accept the ap
pointment Is not known here, but it
is believed by those who are urging
him that be would fill the bill in every
Ling May Get Judgeship.
So far as the federal judgeship is
concerned, it is believed that Reese M.
Iobas (costinsetotees) 'pl-f-uous?Bomto
of eqailh-pressure. Xsot-mmi (dotted ttnes)
paMttaOHgHpotnieof eaalMmpenfctre; drewn
only fcr sero, free-Ins; f-rVasd MO
O clear; Q party cloudy; cloodr;
rata; snow; report Bbste..
Arrows fly with the wind. First figures, temper
ature: seeaud. precipitation of .01 inch or more
for put M hours; nurd, tnnTtTTmm wind -reloe-
S2.S SHIPPED HERE f
FROM NOG-ALES SEIZED ,
Detectives Recover 0 Worth ef
GooiIk Alleged to Have Been
Stolen By Two Men.
The city detectives Thursday recov
ered nnAY-ma tAlv tfiAl nnr(h aF ....rt..
. d 85
2585 XI S.B)art-eiitcAgrict!iti-ra
387 -ttMB. WSA3HBR BUf&AU ,
j . WILLIS L.HOORE. CWsC.
; alleged to have been stolen at Na-o
and Nogales, Aria., several davs ago.
iand shipped to Kl Paso Thc articles,
which were in two boxes, included
Shoes, fine Mexican shawls. 90 pan s
of trousers, and men's suits One box
; was consigned to Sara Loera, 606
Fourth street and the other to Sara
Eastman, at the same address.
, Ling stands
the best show for
place should .judge Sloan's appoint
ment fail of confirmation at the
hands of the senate, when it recon
venes in December. lAng has refused
to stand for the anonymous charges
brought against judge Sloan and has
made some enemies among the Demo-
crats because of his attitude. It Is
thought, however, that senators Smith
and Ashurst will favor Ling as against
Eugene S. Ives, and it is known that
Ives's break from the "houn' dawg" can-
didate to Wilson in the Baltimore con-
vention has made him more enemies
than friends in the rank and file of
Arizona's Democracy, radical and con
GRADE READY FOR
Alpine Will Send DeleKntlen of 4 Bus4
ne Men to Fort Stockton Cele
bration November 12 and13.
Alpine. Tex., Nov. 8. John Starkie.
engineer in charge of the Orient road
bed between Alpine and Fort Stockton.
reports the grade ready for the track-
lav ers, except for a few places which j
require careful blasting. One construc
tion gang is working day and night
shifts in order to get its contract com
pleted on time.
The ceieDration at Kort Stockton, in
connection with the excursion train to
be run in from Kansas City on the
neuv completed road, will take place
on November 11 and 13. A delegation
of 40 business men from Alpine will
cro over to advertise the town. They
I tn ai4vprtlA tliA ttwm fhaif
v. ill take with them a large exhibit of
, Brf-wster county's prize apples.
j A fine fireproof vault for the county
i clerk s papers is being built In the yard
of the Alpine courthouse. The dimen-
j sions of the foundations are 20 by 30
icei. me uuuoinK wiu oe one storv
m neignt, or red brick
to match the
courthouse and the new jail.
' Hte. s ind boarding- houses 1n Alpine
aie filling up with people who have
! e tiled on the Roof garden as a good
place in which to spend the winter.
The autumn so far has been more de
lightful than any previous season in
the memory of the oldest Inhabitant.
There have been only two or three
touches or frost, and the days have
??en- wimout exception, sunny and ex-
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.DOUGLAS O nAVK
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JTINE NEW STATION
,. . . .
" " 5 .w0 structure
ww . n n ana r n itrii n iz-
-- - - r
to the Contractor.
Douglas, Ariz., Nov. 8. Work will be
"artea upon the new S75.0M station of
the E. P. & S. W. railroad In this cltv
, within the next 20 days, according to
I contractor Stanley Bevan. The station
will be one of the handsomest build-
Intrs of the kind In the west, Tt will be
-surrounded for more than 100 feet on
cverv side bv a handsotna nark. Tti nr.
der to secure this space, the railroad J
permission to close Fifteenth street.
This was prranted. it being made plain
by the railroad company that rightof
vvay for Fourteenth street, through the
present v ards. would be granted. A
portion of the countv road will also
have to be closed. The railroad offi
cials vt.11 deed a 70-foot strip of ground
to the city and county through the
mesent varri 4iYt4n ft nr flil
street will be occupied by the tracks
of the street railway, which will also
change its course. The new route will
-'i e better road facilities than the
present ones and will eliminate dan- j
sr."".- .u.v.-o in me raunij mgnw-y i
m entering Douglas.
-V Mght of Terror.
Few nights are more terrible than
tat of a mother looking on her child l to put on seVeral teams and scrapers
choking and gasping for breath during j on the mlle and a halr secton across
an attack of croup, and nothing in the ; thc Ag "Negra grant This road,
house to relieve it. Many mothers when oon,pieted will be the gateway
have passed nights of terror in this . to the beautiful Puerto de Luna coun
situation. A little forethought will try, and one of the many scenic at
', n,able ou to vo,-". hl8- Chamber- I tractions of this part of the Pecos
lain s Cough Remedy is a certain cure ' country.
for croup and has never been known j ""
to fail Keep it at hand. For sale by I a snap 100 "A" grade doors at a
all dealers. bargain. Loader Lber Ce. Adv.
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1 Paso, Friday.
EI Paso and vicinity
New Mexico Fair tonight and Satur
day not much change in temperature.
West Texas Fair tonight and Satur
S.rif "?.2ft..,t'Si ?. -2 ?
The detectives stated that the woman
on Fourth street was made a victim
of by the thieves, and was In no way
connected with the alleged disappear
ance of the goods.
Genario .Loera and Augustin Med
cado. who were arrested at Nogales,
Wednesday, according to a letter and
telegram received by the city detect
ives from sheriff McKnight of that
place are held responsible for the los-
of -the Arizona merchants.
. ..tr. --.-u,. -.-- vss-p j rv---7- airncu.
7000 burnetized nobts
for sale at
Lander Lumber Co. AdT.
LANS ADE MADE
County Highway Commis
sion Favors Direct Roads
Through Santa Rosa.
Santa Rosa. N. M, Nov. 8 That
Plans are formulating for the early
f construction of the rumored state
Highways east and west, north ana
south, and intersecting at or near
Santa Rosa, is becoming daily more
apparent, although those In the best j
position to Know are somewuai icn
I cent in giving out definite information
concerning the work. It is known that
the newly appointed county highway
! commission is favorable to direct
i lines for such roads, if constructed,
and it is currently reported that the
! east and west road, which will utilize
j the steel highway bridgfe over the
j Pecos at this place, will probably enter
tAwn nfin5q the Sunshine mesa on a
due west course, aad not follow the
course of the railroad, as at' first
thought From Ainta Rosa west it
will pass through the Agua NegTa
grant, leaving the grant lines south
of- the old county load at a point
where the grade is remarkably good,
and -thence by the way of Vaughn,
niimni However, there is a prob
ability that this course may be
changed to the more direct route west
ward, following in a general direction
the Pintada canyon and by the way
of Palma and Moriarlty to Albuquer
que. This route would make a beau
tiful road and run almost due east
The Jortlt ami Soatk Read.
As to the proposea north and south
highway, which is designed to connect
Las Vegas, Santa Rosa and Carlsbad,
not until recently has any other route
been publicly discussed than by the
way of the historic hamlet of Anton
chico. on the upper Pecos. However,
the fact that San Miguel county has
recently expended about $8,000 on the
road from Las Vegas o Chaparito, and
ni iv nrb .-.n that section
. ... a .....- ....&
is necessary to pt In fine shape one
of the most difficult pieces or con
struction on the entire route, has
started rumors to the effect that this
work will become a part of the state
highway. If the route finally select
ed south from Santa Rosa takes In
the link now being constructed on
the west side of the river, it is -probable
that the road will leave the river
a few miles below the interesting vil
lage of Puerto de Luna, cross the
Santa Fe at or near Buchanan, and
thence direct to Roswell. This route
h. th advantage of affording a road1
! with practically no sand, but will leave
I the Important town of Fort Sumner
some 30 mtlea to the east.
Thftt the construction of this north
ml aouth highway by the way of
Chaparito has been under coasldera-
' tion by those In charge of road mat-
' ters. has been known for several days,
J A. A. Jones, of Las Vegas, Is ehair-
I man of the San Miguel county road
commission, and J. H. Hicks, of Santa
Pn is rhairman of the Guadalupe
j "-; commlsslon. Both are the
! nim mv.e gf thai- rpsnerrtive com
missions, good road enthusiasts, men
nrnmmpni in their respective com
munities and who know every foot of
the country, and furthermore are in
terested In" a personal way to the de
velopment of the country through
which such an important road would
pass by the Chaparitp route. They
have, it is stated, had several recent
rvinfprences on road matters With a
view to a thorough and cooperative
understanding between the eommis-
aion- of the two counties, and confi
dence is expressed that this work will
be pressed forward without friction
usuallv experienced in the construc
tion of intercounty highways.
WerklBjc Force K-dueed.
A. E. Hayward, superintendent of
construction on the state highway, re
ports work on the new river bluff
road progressing, although his force
has been reduced to only 20 men. Sev
eral of the gang have been paroled
since the work began, and it Is expect
ed that others will be sent here from
Santa Fe to take their places soon.
--ne convicts are now working on the
jst of three bluffs, along the steep
aides' of which this senie highway is
being cut, and as soon as the work
i reaches a point where the open coun
I try may be seen, Mr. Hayward expects
El Paso Readings.
6 a.m. 6 p.m. j
Baion-eter (sea leel) 30.14 30 06
Orv thermometer 40 67
Wet thermometer . 3f. 47 i
Dew point 30 .4
Relative humlditv 65 18.
Direction of wind NW Sff
Velocity of wind 2 4
State of weather pt cldy clear
Rainfall last 24 hours 0
Highest temp last 24 hours. 72
lowest temp last 12 hours. 39
Height of river this morning above
f i ved ze.o mark. ioi feet. No change
In last -1 hours. .
8. 1912. rF"!'
"Elizabeth" writes" "Kindly publish
again the prescription for stomach dis
orders and constipation. I have mis
placed the letter giving the ingredi
ents.' Answer: Go to your druggist and
ask for tablets triopeptine and take ac
cording to directions, and you will soon
be entirely cured of all stomach trou
ble and constipation. This is the best
treatment known for all kinds of stom
"Anna" says: "I am nervous, hysteri
cal and very thin due to overwork.
What can I take to regain my original
Answer: You will gradually regain
your original strength By using syrup
of hypoposphites comp. 5 oss.; tincture
cadomene comp. 1 ox. Mix and take a
teaspoonful before meals. This Is the
best system tonic that I know of.
"Mr. Jack" writes: 1 am greatly
embarrassed on account of my weight.
In the last two years I have gained
flesh so rapidly that I am getting very
uncomfortable. Please tell me what to
Answer: Do not get the ordinary pills
and tablets for obesity, but use this
safe, harmless and quipk acting medi
cine. Get them separately so as to
avoid any substitutes: Aromatic elixir,
S ozs.; and glycol arbolene, 1 oa. Mix
by shaking well and take a teaspoon
ful after each meal for the first three
days and after that take two teaspoon
ful8 as long as your case may require.
After the first week or two you shoala
lose a pound a day.
"Edna T." writes: "1 wish you would
recommend a remedy for kidney and
liver trouble. I have dark spots before
my eyes, dizzy speUa and also twinges
Answer: I have received many let
ters from people who have ased the fol
lowing remedy and been cured ot all
trouble such as you mention. Get three
grain sulpherb tablets (not sulphur
tablets), and take according- to direc
tions given. They are sold at any well
stocked drug store and are thoroughly
-Louise" Get the following; prescrip
tion filled and i" to IB drops in
water before meals to cure your little
boy of bed-wetting. Comp. fluid balm
wort, 1 ox: tincture rhusaromatic, 2
drama, and tincture cubebs, 1 dram.
This should be given one hour before
"Helen" writes: "My nostrils and
throat are badly affected with catarrh
and my breath is very offensive. I also
sufer a great deal with headache and
pain in my eyes. Can anything be done
to help me?"
Answer: Antiseptic Vilane powder
Social Features Axe Siffilaated
Make Room fee Display e Pro
ducts; CnmpalgB Started.
Koswell, N. M-, Nov. 8. Boewell's
Commercial club ie planning for the
future. President Charles C Tanne-
hfU and secretary W. P. Wiggins, with
the directorate, have broad plans. For
a long time the social feature of the
club has predominated. Today this
has changed and the gaming tables
have been placed in back rooms and
'much of the floor space is being used
for a permanent exhibit hall. Secre
tary Wiggins has secured some fine
products and the club is snowing- the
cltlsens what It is now doing. Conse
quently many new members are being
added. A large advertlsitts carpalgn
is being formulated for the city, to be
handled through the C"onunercial club.
It is the plan to employ a high class
writer and advertising, man and each
month have several articles on the
valley in the various maga.ines. also
much display advertising. The club
hopes to raise at least ?10,0 a year
for this fund.
Roswell is taking on more activity
now than for months. The Tannehill
brothers have located the point for
their oil well, which is lust a mile
northeast of the railroad spur north
of the city. The machinery has been
moved and is now on the place. The
final outcome of the well is expected
to be known not later than the first
of the year. So certain are the Tan
nehill brothers that they will receive
the 50 gallon per day of the fluid that
they are already figuring on extend
ing the pipes to the railway. If they
get the B0 gallon per day flow the city
has raised a bonus of t6,000 for
All the unsurveyed government land
between a few miles north of Koswell
north to Elkins has been surveyed by
local surveyors the past two weeks
and hundreds of acres leased.
BUILDING ACTIVITY IN
Tucumeari, N. M., Nov. 8. & V,
Williams is building two cottages for
rent purposes on South First street.
The exterior of the Charley Robin
son residence on South Second street
is being completed this week.
Several adobe residences in various
Clears Stuffed Up Head
and Catarrh Disappears
Breathe the Healing Air of the Eucalyptus forests of
Australia and Quickly Get Rid of Catarrh.
Hyonrct will banish catarrh if you
will breathe It a few times a day It
is the only remedy of its kind before
the people that can penetrate into
every nook, cor er, fold or crevices of
the mucus membrane and destroy the
HYOMEI is squeezed from the green
leaves of the Eucalyptus trees of In
land Australia, where catarrh does not
exist, and combined with LJsterlan an
tiseptics. Pour a few drops into the
inhaler and breathe this mighty germ
destrovlng air. an air more healing
than that of the pine covered Adlron
dacks Notice hon quickly that stuffed up
head clears, keep at it a few days and
By Dr. Lewis Baker
The questions answered below are
general in character, the symptoms or
diseases are given, and the answers will
apply to any case of similar nature.
Those wishing further advice free,
may address Dr. Lewis Baker, College
Bldg., College-Elwood Sts., Dayton, 5.,
enclosing self-addressed stamped en
velope for reply. Full name and ad
dress must be given, but only initials
or fictitious name will be used in my
answers. The prescriptions can ,be
filled at any well-stocked drug store.
Any druggist can order of wholesaler.
has been prescribed with great success
and the number of letters received
daily from the hundreds of grateful
people who have been cured of catarrh
would indicate' its curative value. Get
from the druggist a two ounce original
package of Vilane powder, mix a level
teaspoonful with an ounce of vaseline
or lard and apply well up in the nos
trils twice a day. Also use the fol
lowing in connection with the above
to thoroughly cleanse the nostrils: Use
one-half teaspoonful of the Vilane
powder to a pint of warm water, snuff
the water through the nostrils several
times a day and your catarrh should
soon be cured. To prevent a return this
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,'Tom M." writes: I am only twenty
years old, but my hair is falling out
very rapidly. My scalp Is covered with
dandruff. What can I get to -cure It?"
Answer: To cure dandruff and stop
falling hair use plain yellow minyoL
This you can get at any well-stocked
drug store In 4 ox. jars, and if used reg
ularly it will cure any scalp disease
and prevent premature baldness. Many
people have reported a cure by using
two or three applications.
"J. W." writes: "I should be the
happiest woman in the world C X could
find a true remedy to help me gain
flesh. I have regular features, but X
am so thin that I am homely. Can yo
give me a prescription?
Answer: I receive dally so many;
gratifying; letters from users of three
grate hypo-nuelane tablets. These lit
tle tablets ean be bought at any up-to-4
date drug store in sealed packages. Full
directions are given. I advise that you
begin taking them at once and continue
their use for several months and you
will gain- flesh. Many people report
that a. two mouths' treatment will in
crease their weight front 16 to 3
pounds. Hypo-Nuelane tablets will
also improve your complexion, giving
you rosy cheeks and lips and an in
creased sparkle to the eyes.
"American Girl writes: Fr seme
years I have been troubled with, rheu
matism. I have tried almost every
"cure,' bat they did not help me."
Answer: The best known prescrip
tion for the cure of rheumatism is:
Iodide of potassium, 3 drams; sodium
salicylate, i drams: wine of colchieum,
3 ox.; comp. essence cardioL 1 oz;
comp. fluid balmwort, 1 s.; and syrup
sarsaparilla, S oss. Qx by shaking
well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful
at meal time and at bed: time, and you
will not only be relieved, but cared, if
you continue its use for a short time
"Frank a" writes: "I would like to
have the formula for a reliable cough
cure as I have a very severe cough
which Is becoming very annoying-"
Answer: The best remedy that I
know of for coughs and colds Is made
by mixing a 3 oa. bottle of concen
trated essence mentho-laxene with a
home-made sugar syrup. Ton will find
toll directions on the bottle hew to
aake and naa. This will make a full
pint of tine finest and cheapest cough
Send $1.00 for -Dr. Lewis Baker's
Bood en Health and Beauty. Adv.
parts of the city are being
dashed by local contractors.
George Bokliser. of Artesia, N. M-,
will move his shoe shop to Tucumeari.
opening; a place of business in the east
part ef the city.
Bd White, of the grocery firm of
Wofford ft White, has sold his inter
est in the business to Staler Edwards,
the transfer having taken place last
Saturday. Mr. Edwards is an old resi
dent of Tucusacari and well known.
H. I Boone is making repairs oa
-de home in the south part of the city.
X PBT IN MUCH TUJK6
IN BIS SPRINGS COflNTRT
Big Springs, Teu. Nov. 8. T. O.
Berry, inventor of a subirrigation tile,
has taken the contract to lay a large
acreage in this county. This method
of irrigation is growing in rapid favor
in this section and within & few years
hundreds of acres will be under it.
The oil well is now down about 60s
feet and drilling is being; kept ap
Foundations for some of the new
machinery that will be installed at the
T. P. shops, has been completed.
Plans are maturing' for the begin-,
ning ' of work on the addition to the
T. M. C. A. building in this city.
The Home steam laundry tut this
etty has received and installed two
new additional machines in the pkiirt.
OONTRACT AWARDED FOR
TWHKTT MTZ-UON BHK
Douglas, Aril, Nov. 8. John Barker,
representing the Barker Construction
company, of Denver, has closed a con
tract here through the office of Re-
path 4b McGregor for 9,t0,0 brick
to be used in the construction of the
United Verde smelter at Jerome. The
contract will be undertaken at once
and- will reQUire two years te
OUFTON WIU. SOON HAVE
NEW MAIL-WAY STATION
Clifton, Aria,. Nov. S. The Artaoaa
Copper company is moving an the M
bu&dings is the immediate vicinity of
the depot. In the near future it will
erect a modern two story brick depot
on the site now occupied by the old
once. The new building will be mod
ern in every respect and a handsome
structure when completed.
Patrick Mullally, charged with being
a delinquent child, who was on trial
Thursday in the county court, was
found not guilty by the Jury on an
instructed verdict of judge A. B. J.
your suffering and hawking and dis
charge of obnoxious mucus will cease
entlrVb Then continue until every
germ Is destroyed- until the soreness
and dryness in the throat have disap
peared. HYOMSI Is guaranteed for
catarrh, coughs, colds, sore throat,
croup deafness caused by catarrh or
monev back. Complete outfit which
Includes inhaler, can be obtained for
$1.00 at Kelly &. Pollard's, and dru
To break up cold '" head or chest in
a few minutes, pour a Sv.ant teaspoonful
of fiYOMEI into a bowl of boiling
water, cover bead and owl with towel
and breathe the vapor until ble--d re
lief comes in a few minutes.