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12 Friday, November
"An unhappy -woman ' writes "What
can I do to reduce my weight I weigh
entirely too much for my own comfort.
It is also very embarrassing at times. I
would like a reply."
Answer: The safest, quickest and
best remedy that I know lor reducing
flesh, and one that I know to be hiirm
less. is: Aromatic elixir, 5 ozs.; glycol
arbolene. 1 oz. Mix. shake well and
take a teaspoonful after each meal for
three days, and then doable the dose.
Continue until your weight is reduced
"Howard" -writes: "What can I take
for headache, dark spots before my
eyes, dizzy spells and also constipa
tion Answer. Constipation is the cause ot
all your trouble, bat I can cure you if
you will follow my directions. Get at
the drug store three grain sulpberfe
tablets (not sulphur). These are packed
in sealed tubes and eontain full direc
tions. These little tablets purify the
blood, the bowels and liver are stimu
lated into healthy action and will
gradually cure your trouble.
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"Little Girl" To cure your eaild of
bedwettlng get tincture cubebs, 1
dram: comp. fluid balmwort, 1 oz, and
tincture rhugaromatlc, 2 drams. Give
10 to IS drops in -water about one hour"
Doctor: T have been a sufferer of
eatarrh of the head for many years. It
has also affected my stomach, bowels
and blood. I suffer greatly and would
appreciate an immediate answer."
Louise: I should recommend the fol
lowing local treatment for you: Get
two ounces of Vilane powder and to a
pint of warm water add one-half tea
spoonful and snuff from the palm of
the hand through the nostrils two or
three times daily. In connection with
this make a catarrh balm of one ounce
of vaseline or lard and a level tea
spoonful of Vilane powder, apply this
balm to the nostrils as far up as pos
sible. Also obtain the following ingre
dients, mix, shake well and take a tea
spoonful four times daily: Syrup sarsa
parllla comp. 4 ozs.; comp. fluid balm
wort, 1 os.; fluid extract buchu, 1 ox.
"Kathryn" writes: "If you know of
anything that will stop premature bald-
ness, cure dandruff and itching scalp,
I should apreciate a reply."
Answer: The following simple remedy
will cure dandruff and promote aluxuri- j
o-svxrowth of hair. Ask for plain yellow
jninyol which can be had In 4 ox. Jars f
and use regularly according to direc- '
tlons. I have seen the most astonish
ing results from its use that I heartily
OTERO SCHOOLS TO
HOLD ANNUAL MEET
Athletic and Literary Events To Be
Held la Alamegorde en De
cember S and 7
Alamogordo, N. It, Nov. 16. Aocord
ing to an annual custom the several
school contests of Otero County -will be
held in this city December and 7. All
the public and high schools of the
county are expected to participate in
the contests, which are both athletic
and literary. The attendance on former
occasions has reached around 600 from
outside the city, and superintendent
George, of the city schools, authorizes
the statement that fully that number
or more will attend the coming meet.
If information he has already received
is any criterion. The city will don its
gala attire for the events and every
citizen is expected to make the occasion
The contests will open Wednesday,
December 6, at eight p. m., with a spell
ing contest, which will be participated
In by three contestants from each
school in the county.
December 7 a map drawing contest
will be held, which will be participated
In by any student in any school In the
YOU NEED S.S
Every sufferer of Renmatia needs S. S. S. because this great blood pn
fifier is a certain cure for tie painful disease. Bieumatisni is caused by an
excess of ttric acid and other corrosive, irritating impurities in the blood,
which are carried through the circulation to the different -portions of the
system. This acrid matter coats the nerves, muscles and joints with a fine,
caustic deposit and the sharp cutting pains or dull, constant aches are pro
duced. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism because it is a perfect blood purifier.
It goes into the. blood, neutralizes the acids, and dissolves the irritating
particles and forces them out of the system through the natural excretory
channels. Then all inflammation and swelling subside, the pains and aches
cease, and not only is Rheumatism permanently cured but under the ton
ic effects of S. S. S. the entire health, is benefitted and built np. S. S. S.
on Rheumatism and any medical advice free to all who write and request
same. S. S. S. is for sale at leading drug stores.
Tim SWIFT SPECIFIC 0 ATLAMTA, GA,
That's the Proper Way to
Pronounce Booth's HY0-
MEI, the Famous Catarrh
Remedy Made from Aus
tralian Eucalyptus and
Other Antiseptics Just
When you can go to any drug store
in any civilized community on earth
and secure for only $1.00 a remedy that
will Quickly rid 'pu of hawking, spit
75 he Doctor's
By Dr. Lewis Baker
The questions answered below are
General in character, the symptoms or
iseases 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, O .
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 mj
answers. The prescriptions can ,be
filled at any well-stocked drug store
Any druggist can order of wholesaler.
recommend it to all who suffer with
any disease of the scalp.
"Mrs. A. F." writes: "Really if I
could find a true remedy to increase my
weight, I should be the happiest woman
alive. I am so thic and scrawny, it is
a shame. Why can not I be like other
women? I do not work hard and have
pretty good health."
Answer: You can "be like other wom
en" if you will follow my advice, which
is to use three grain hypo-nuclane tab
lets packed in sealed cartons with di
rections, and most widely prescribed by
intelligent physicians everywhere. They
improve the nutrition, add red blood
corpuscles te the blood, improve the
complexion, but thorough and regular
use must follow to get these good re
sults. "Mr. Ben" writes: "My joints are be
coming so stiff from rheumatism that I
can scarcely walk. Is there any help
Answer: Of course there is help lor
you and for all others who suffer from
rheumatism. Take the following and
you will be entirely cured: Iodide of
potassium, 2 drams; sodium salicylate,
4 drams; wine of colchlcum, oz.
comp. essence cardiol, 1 oz.; comp.
fluid balmwort, 1 or.; and syrup sars
aparilla, S ozs. Mix and take a tea
spoonful at meal time and again at bed
ary J." says: "Every winter I have
a eold which lasts till spring. I have
tried several doctors prescriptions but
they do no good so I ask you what to
Answer: The best medicine to re
lieve colds and coughs is made by mix
ins the, contents of a 2 oz. bottle of
essence mentho laxene with honey or
home made sugar syrup. Full direc
tions for making are given on the
bottle and also how to take. You will
find this will cure your cough in a
very few days and it is perfectly harm
less and pleasant to take.
"Miss A." writes: "I have a very
bad case of dyspepsia. I am afraid to
eat a hearty meal. My breath is bad
and I am cross and irritable most of
Answer: "If you will get the follow
ing tablets and take according to di
rections which accompany the package,
you will soon be rid of all distress in
your stomach. It will also help your
constipation. They are called tablets
triopepttne and are packed in sealed
cartons. If this trouble -is allowed to
stand it will cause appendicitis, so be
gin taking at once.
"Helen" writes: "Please tell me what
to do to gain an appetite. I cannot
eat and am thin and nervous."
Answer: You need a good system
tonic and the best one that I could tell
you of is: Syrup of hypophoBphites
comp. 5 ozs.. tincture cademene comp.
1 oz. Mix and always shake well be
fore using. Take a teaspoonful before
meals for several weeks and you -will
gain an appetite and your -whole nerv
ous system will be restored to its nat
Send $1.00 for Dr. Lewis Baker's
Book on Health and Beauty.
county in grades from the fifth, to the
In the forenoon of December 7 a
basketball game will be played be
tween the teams of the city high
school. In the afternoon 'the track and
field meet events will be pulled off.
These events will be participated in by
three classes of contestants, students
from the junior and senior classes;
those from the freshman and sophomore
classes, and those from the grades.
These contests are open to all the
schools of the county.
At eight p. m., December 7. a decla
mation, recital and oration contest
will be held. The oration contest will
be confined to students of the high
At a meeting of the city council two
ordinances were passed. One closing
the billiard and pool halls on Sunday
and prohibiting minors from attending
the same. The other ordinance- provid
ed for more stringent regulations with
reference to the sanitary condition of
Football Manager I have Just got a
very good "halfback."
Henpeck (whose 'wife has just re
turned) Indeed? I have just got a bet
ter half back.
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been acquired, and good results always follow its
use. S. S. S. is an absolutely safe remedy because
it contains no strong minerals to damage the system.
It is made entirely of roots, herbs and barks. Book
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ing and snuffing, why do you. allow
the devilish germs of catarrh to under
mine your health and destroy your
Quit sprays and douches. Liquid can
hot penetrate into the nooks, folds and
crevices of the irregular mucous mem
brane. Neither can it get into the
bronchial tubes that lead to the lungs
and where germs thrive and multiply.
If you believe that liquids reach the
air tubes, try to swallow a little water
the "wrong way." Such a test will
effectually demonstrate to you that idle
theory that sprays and douches can
HTOMEI is a pleasant antiseptic air
which, when breathed, penetrates Into
the folds and crevices of the sore,
germ-infested membrane and also goes
deep into the air cells of the lungs,
killing all germs.
A HYOMBI outfit costs fl.OO. Bxtra
bottle of HTOMEI. if needed, SOc.
For catarrh, coughs, colds and croup
Booth's Hyomei is guaranteed. Kelly
& Pollard recommend it
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Ella Wheeler Wilcox On Remarriage
"Only One Woman in Five Hundred Who Is Widowed in Her Prime Is Left
With a Memory of Such Ideals of Love That Remarriage Is Impossible."
Trr nnvnA-n tulth -ariilnnra WAfO
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talking of life, motherhood, ana j
tneir laeais ol uuij.
One woman was something past 40;
she had been a wife at 20; and her
children were growing into the ro
mantic age. She was contemplating a
second marriage with a good man. The
a-jcuuu ilia i. lag,? &" . -.-. ,
other woman was older; past the half
century mark; and her children were
She rebuked the younger woman for
her thought of consenting to a second
"You have a comfortable income,
she said, "and your children ought to
; fill your life so that no such foolish
idea as a second marriage could enter
I your mind. I was a widow at J; and
now i am 63: ana a. am inanmot iu
say I am satisfied to be my children's such happiness and with such ideas of
mother, and not their stepfather's i love that a remarriage would be im
wife." I possible; it would savor of sacrilege-to
"But." replied the younger woman I even entertain the Idea,
with some snirIL "I do not see that i Once in 5000 cases a man is left a
vour example is one which would make
other women eager to follow it.'
Time Softens Sorrow.
"And pray why not?"
"Because you are a very lonely wom
an; your children are married and have
homes of their own; they may love
you devotedly, and be kind and all
that; but the fact remains, they do
not need you to make their lives com
plete. "They do not need .you in their
homes, and you must feel yourself a
guest, when you visit them; it is in '
the nature of things. A new individu
ality has come into their lives. The
son has his wife, and the daughter her
tiiiRhniWI. and If thpv srn slwilv on ll
r Journey they would find more pleasure
to be with each otner tnan witn a
"Now. I have two young children
who will soon be marrying: and I do
not propose to make, myself a prob
lem to them, nor happiness a problem
"I was a good wife to their father
Difference In Viewpoint y Beatrice Fairfax
f HI is the story of a girl named i
i nutn. it is a matter oi great
regret that it is also the story
of girls named Mary and Sue and
Ann and Jane. It is the story of
girls in every country. It is the story
of every girl whose parents have let
their hearts grow old.
The Ruth of this story lives a long
way out on Long Island. Where she
lives is not really .a matter of import
ance, since geographical boundaries
are not concerned.
The matter wnich concerns us, and
which makes the story of Ruth, the
story of Mary and Sue and Ann and
Jane, is that her parents have for
gotten their youth.
Her Isolated Life.
They cannot bring themselves to
look upon life from her viewpoint!
This is her story:
She -works in town. She goes at
night to a home where there are no
young folks. Kvery girl friend she
has lies a long distance away, and
she can see them only occasionally.
When they are with her they talk of
the pood times they have with other
IU:th knows only the evening after
evening spout alone with her parents.
"They do everything they can." she
writes, "to make home pleasant for
me. but I am young, and naturally
long for the society of young people.
In the evnl:ig when other young peo
ple meet and laugh and talk and
dance and sing, I, because of living so
far av ly from my" friends, sit and
brood over my lonesomeness. I try to
read, but I am too young to be tied to
a book lor my sole enjoyment. I try
to be interested in what mother has
done all day. and how things hare
gone wl'U ' father, but these do not
suffice. I want some one of my own
age! I am tired of living in the past
with my parents as much as I love
them! I want a little happiness, a
little joy, of my own. It isn't fair! It
Parents Are Selfish.
Ruth Is right. , It isn't fair! Her
mother is alone all day, but she is
happy knowing her daughter will be
"home at night.
Her. father works all day with a v
happy heart looking forward to the
companionship of his wife and daugh
ter in the evening.
The are good parents. But they
are intensely selfish. In selecting that
home, so far from human companion
ship, they considered many things.
They thought they considered their
daughter's happiness. But, if they did,
it was from their own sedate middle
The father and mother would be
bored if compelled to spend their even
ings listening to the prattle of a lot of
young folks. Yet they make their
home under conditions where their
daughter will see only those twice her
age and wonder, and are distressed,
at her discontent.
It is the cry of the oung for its
kind. If a girl has parents, and broth
ers and sisters, there are times when
her heart feels a loneliness that she
can neither express nor define. Out of
this unsatisfied longing is born dis
content She is unhappy, and her par
ents feel the sting of ingratitude be
cause she complains.
"Tou have a nice home." they sav.
"Here are books, magazines, a piano
What more do you want'"
L PASO HERALD
To Defend the
the defence that was strung -around
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tA T rMnAri tils TTiemOrV.
hsiinw -Hon a HvpH anti T mourned
jv time his softened the
sorrow of his loss; and a new affection
has come into my heart and I do not
propose to smother it.
"It may pain my children for a time
to have me wear another name than
that of their father; but they will be-
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come accustomed to it; and I trust the
new father will win their hearts. They
will eventually live their own lives.
Ttut One In Five Hundred.
"I mean to have my own compan
ionship and my own home life, so that
when my children go into their new
homes I will not be left desolate."
The younger woman unquestionably
had the better of the argument- Once
in 500 cases a woman who is widowed
in her prime is left with a memory of
widower with a similar barrier to re-
The remaining cases eother marry
again or would like to marry-again.
A woman in the prime of life, known
and respected and loved by all Amer
ica, has announced her intention of a
Best AVIalies and Blessings. .
Tn her youth she espoused a , high
official of our country, and she was a
faithful wife and a devoted mother.
and graced every position which she
occupied, and performed every duty
with fine precision.
She bore the strong limelight of pub
licity with dignity and met the diffi
culties of her position with admirable
poise. When sickness, sorrow and
death entered her household, she
passed through each ordeal -with the
same grace and serenity which had
kept her sweet and unassuming in her
hours of prominence and prosperity.
The best wishes and sincere bless
ings of a whole nation will attend1 this
woman on her second wedding day.
And that question tells the condition
of the hearts of the parents. They
have grown old. If they kept their
hearts young and looked at life from
a less selfish viewpoint they woula i
I am serry for Ruth. Also for Mary
and Sue and Ann and Jane. So sorry
I wish I could call all the parents to-
I gether and urge them to see that
their daughters have companions their
I would beg them to recall the long
ings of their own youth.
I would beg i hem to give every
daughter a chance to make friends of
other girls; an opportunity to meet
jrvuiig: uicji, Luiai. 'i J5 w wiiicu, ou i
may have her chance to love and to
are put in some
W. H. McElwain
Rai road News
Of the Southwest
Jas. Hardy, switchman for the G. H.,
O. D. Engle, switchman for the T. &
P., has left the service.
R. B. May, switchman for the Santa
Fe. is taking a layoff.
C L. Iniban, switchman G. H., is lay
ing off a few days.
John Webb, towerman- for the G. H.,
has reported for duty.
L. Ferryman, switchman for the G.
H., has reported for duty.
H. C Johnson, conductor of the Santa
Fe at San Marcial, has resigned.
Sam McTier, oil house man at Toyah,
is acting call boy for a few days.
O. S. Bartley. engine foreman for the
Southwestern, has reported for duty.
Engineer Hopkins, of the Mexico
North Western at Madera, is in the
J. F. Murphy, formerly a brakeman
on the S. P. at Oakland, Cal.. is in the
M. J. Wiley, lineman on the G. H.,
has resigned and has gone to Fort
C. Withers and C R. Wltherspoon.
switchmen for the T. P., attended
Harry Likes, switchman for the EI
Paso & Southwestern, is laying off for
a few days.
C. H. Campbell, brakeman for the T.
& P., has reported for duty, after a
C. Withus. switchman for the T.
P., has been assigned to a regular night
job as helper.
Engineer Ellis, of the T. & P.. at
El Paso, is acting as terminal engineer
for a few days.
Mrs. F. Appell and Mrs. J. Hertford,
wives of G. H. switchmen, are taking
J. Murphy, formerly a switchman
for the Arizona Sastezn at Phoenix,
Ariz., is in the city.
W. Johnson, formerly a switchman
for the G. H, has a position as switch
man for the T. ft P.
E. B. Goodale, day herder for the G.
H.. Is laying off. Engine foreman
Holford is filling his place.
Guy Logan, conductor on the Santa
Fe at San Marcial, has returned home
after a short business trip to the city.
M. C. West, fireman for the G. H,
who was painfully burned some time
ago while taking oil, has reported for
Fireman Langley. of the G. H., is in
Hotel Dieu suffering with injuries sus-
'red while talcing water at Valen
tine. i i reman A. P. Moore, of the T. 4 P.,
is firing passenger engine No. 333,
while fireman Robey is laying m In-
a. &. jjemier, DrsKemftn on tne aouio
western at' Carrlzozo, who has been
spending a few days in the city, has
B. P. Franklin, engine foreman for
the Southwestern, and his family, are
boarding at 512 Mess, on account of
his wife's health.
Tom Byrd has the position as night
yardmaster for the G. H.
Mr. jyra was
at one time general yardmaster for
the G. H. here.
Brakeman Durnam, of tne east end
of the Southwestern, expects his family
home in a few days. They are visit
ing in Abilene, Texas.
William Holmes, formerly an engi
neer on the Santa Fe running to El
Paso, has gone to Phoenix, and not
Douglas, Ariz., to work.
L. A. Fail and R. S. Stump, formerly
brakemen on the S. P., are now em
ployed by the Wabash railroad as
brakemen, at Decatur, III.
Mrs. Hardy, wife of switchman
shoes to sell them
have stylish shapes
put in them to last
It's the high quality
of the leather and
which go into their
making that holds
the shape that makes
the style and keeps
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Staart's Dyspepsia TaJHets Keeve It
and All Other Forma of Iadl-
That awful feeling as though there
were a heavy weight on your stomach
as though you had swallowed an
enormous lump of lead is caused by
the failure of your stomach to
thoroughly digest your foods. Tou
may have eaten too fast or too much.
Your stomach may be over-worked
and tired out. It is too weak to pro
duce enough of the digestive juices
necessary to take proper care of the
food. Gases form and cause all sorts
of agony. The stomach demands more
pepsin, hydrochloric acid and other di
gestive agents which it is unable to
Medicines are not only worthless in
cases of this kind but are actually in
jurious to the whole system. It i
sheer lunacy to pour a lot of vile stuff
into the stomach drugs that have no
digestive power whatever.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain
ingredients that not only bring quick
relief to indigestion sufferers, but act
ually digest the food for the stomach.
One of these little magic tablets taken
after each meal, will rest the stomach,
revitalize the secretory glands,
strengthen the muscular walls in fact,
tone up the entire digestive system.
No home should be without Stuarfs
Dyspepsia Tablets constanty on band.
They stop all forms of indigestion,
such as sour stomach, belchlngs, heart
burn, dizziness, burning sensation,
brash, etc After a brief course of
treatment your appetite Improves.
Tou enjoy your food more. Tou
awaken every morning with a happy
disposition. Life looks brighter. Tour
brain becomes clearer and your eyes
sparkle with their old time snap and j
WUKie. job an pnKuoui a, xrc-i
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are sold
by all druggists, at SOc a box.
OWKS LOTS TO THIS
It is beyond human power to perform
miracles. The makers of Eckman's Al
terative, a remedy for Consumption, do
not claim that it will restore every one
to perfect health, bat so many have
voluntarily testified it saved their lives,
that all who have this dread disease
should investigate and try it. It should
stop the night sweats, reduce fever,
promote appetite and in very many
cases, prolong life. Read what it ac
complished in this case:
Catherine Ave. and Ascot Place,
Queen's Court. L. L
"Gentlemen: In thj year 108 I was
taken with a heavy cold and a nasty
cough and went to several doctors, in
cluding a specialist. Their medicines
failed. I then went to the Catskills. but
the cough still kept up. I stayed there
a year and then went on a farm, near
Jersey City a very sick man.
"My brother then recommended Bck
man's Alterative to me very highly. At
first I would not consent to use it, ow
ing to the fact that I had taken so
many medicines without being helped
in any way, but finally I consented. It
is now nearly two years since I first
took it. I am now cured and I dare say
that I would have been buried long ago
if it had not been for Eckman's Alter
ative. I wish to thank you for the God
send to me. Wherever I go, I highly
recommend the Alterative, as I owe my
life to it."
(Sworn affidavit) JOS. J. TROESCHKR.
Eckman's Alterative is effective in
Bronchitis, Asthma. Hay Fever: Throat
and Lung Troubles and in upbuilding
the system. Does not contain poisons,
opiates or habit-forming drugs. For
sale by Kelly A Pollard.. Knoblauch
Drug Co., People's Drug Store, and oth
er leading druggists. Ask for booklet
telling of recoveries, and write to Eck
man Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for
aditional evidence. Adv.
Hardy, of the Southwestern at Carrl
zozo, has returned to her home after
spending a short time in the city.
First Wife What is your husband's
average income. Mrs. Smith?
Second Wife Oh. about midnight.
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you will marvel at the results of ZEMO
after a few applications.
Ton can't realize It anUI you have
used It. Get a 36-eent bottle first, to prove
to yourself conclusively that you never
heard of or bought anything like it in all
ZEMO gives Instant relief, pain dis
appears, sores and rashes leave you.
When you apply ZBMO. It sinks right
in and disappear- Then, behold, your
skin troubles vanish I A. tew applica
tions of ZBMO will stop dandruff.
ZEMO is absolutely safe. It will
make your skin feel as balmy as a.
June morning. Try It after shaving.
It gives the skin a treat.
ZBMO is sold la 25-cent and $1 bot
tles, or sent direct, on receipt of price.
by B. W. Rose Medicine Cc-. St. Louis,
Mo. Try a 25-cest eott and when
convinced, get a ?1 hottle which con
tains six times as much as the JS-cent
Zemo Is sold and guaranteed by
druggists everywhere, and in El Paso
by Kelly Pollard, A. B. Ryan 8c Co.,
Rio Grande Pharmaey, Knoblauch Drug
Co.. Potter Drug Co. Advertisement
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Time it! In five minutes all stomach
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"know now it is needless to have a bad
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