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EL PASO HERALD
14 Tuesday, November 19, 1912
Mane" writt-s I would like a
'-emed for a pimplj, 01H skin I suf
fer fiom constipation headache and
Answer Get from your druggist
three grain sulpherb tablets and take
according to directions. These tablets
are packed in sealed tubes and contain
full directions for using. I have found
them to be the most reliable in such
silment as arise from constipation.
They are made of sulphur, cream of
tartar and herb medicines and if taken
regularlj will cure your constipation
and punf the blood, thus causing your
skin to become clear. These are fine
for children, as they do not sicken.
"Mary"' You can easili core your
little girl of bedwetting by mixing 1
oz. of comp. fluid balm wort. 2 drams
tincture of rhusaromatic : and 1 dram,
tincture cubehs. Mix thoroughly and
rive In water about one hour before
each meal, 10 to IS drops
Doctor "H) blood, stomach and
bowels are badly affected due to a
very severe case of catarrh of the
head. Can you recommend a care?'
J. K. S You should use the follow
ing local treatment: Get two ozs. of
antiseptic vilane powder and make a
catarrh balm by mixing one teaspoon
ful of the powder with one ounce of
vaseline or lard and use in the nos
trils as far as possible. Also snuff
from the palm of the hand through the
nostrils the following wash: To one
half teaspoonful of Vilane powder add
a pint of warm 'water and use two or
three times dailj. For internal treat
ment for the blood, stomach and bow
els obtain the following ingredients:
Mix, shake well and take a teaspoon
ful four times a day. Comp. fluid
balmwort, 1 oz fluid extract buchu. 1
oz., and comp. syrup sarsaparilla, 4 ozs.
"Sadie" says "I misplaced the pre
scription you sent me for dandruff
and itching scalp will you please sena
Answer: There is nothing better for
dandruff and itching scalp than plain
ellow minyol which is sold in 4 oz.
jars at any well stocked drug store.
Use this according to directions and
you will soon be cured of all diseases
of the hair and scalp
"Nina R" writes: "Please advise me
what to take to overcome extreme
thinness My arms and bust have no
development and my face is so thin
that it is positively homely, although
mv features are regular."
Answer: Many ladies would be much
more beautiful if they were somewhat
fleshier and as increased weight Is
possible it is the duty of every woman
to be always at her best. Begin taking
three grain hyponuclane tablets,
which are obtained in sealed cartons
Menace to Health !
Censtipatloa at Bottom ef Most Serious f
Ulaeses Avoided by a Simple
Trace the origin of the commoner '
ills of life and almost invariably you (
will find that constipation was the '
cause, it is not to be expected that
a mass of fermented food can remain
in the system beyond its time without
vitiating the blood and affecting the
nerves and muscles. It congests the
The results are colds, fevers, piles,
headaches and nervousness with Its
accompanying indigestion and sleep
lessness. There is only one thing to
do, and that is to remove the tronble;
and as nature seemed unable to do it.
outside aid is necessary. You will
find the best of all outside aids a
remedy that many thousands are now
using for this very purpose called
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.' Many
hundreds of letters are received by
Dr. Caldwell telling cf the good re
sults obtained, and among the letters
have been very enthusiastic ones from
Mr. & P Watkins, Bethel. Tenn, ana
Mr. E. Waldron, 129 Ridge wood Ave.,
Daytona, Pla., who rely entirely on
Syrup Pepsin in these emergencies.
It has untold advantages over pills,
salts and the various coarse cathar
tics and purgatives, for while these do
but temporary good. Syrup Pepsin
cures permanently. The effect of its
action is to train the stomach and
bowel muscles to do their work natu
rally again, and in a short time all
forms of medicine can be dispensed
with. It can be bought without incon-
enience at any nearby drug store for
fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, the
latter size being regularly bought by
those who already know its value.
WORK ON NEW ROAD
AT YSLETA STARTED
Lieutenant Armstrong Receives Xetlce
of Appointment as Instructor Ih
Taeries at West Point.
Tsleta, Tex-Nov. 19. The construc
tion crew for the new macadam road,
leading from the county road to the
-airway station has arrived and work
10c per box.
"FOLLOW THE CROWD."
VChe Store Beaatlful.
Everj rebable make is carried in stotk See ub for good goods at lower
prices than elsewhere. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN CAREFUL ATTENTION.
Shelton-Payne Arms Co.
By Dr. Lewis Baker
The questions answered below
j general in character, the symptoms or
utocoas ttic ivcu kuu ie answers wui
apply to any case of Similar nature.
Those wishing further advice free,
may address Dr Lewis Baker. College
Bldg.. College-Elwood Sts.. 4)ayton, O..
enclosing self -addressed stamped en-
velope for reply. Full name and ad-
dresa must be given but onlv initials
or fictitious name will be used in my
" -" iiie urratiiuiiuiiM ton ilK
filied at any well-stocked drug store.
Any druggist can order of wnolesaler.
with directions, and continue until your
weight i satisfactor Frequently a
two months' treatment adds IS to 30
pounds, besides adding more color to
the checks and lips and a sparkle of
health to the eves
"Mrs O" write. "Kindly publish
again the prescription for rheumatism
which ou gave to "Ted' some time
Answer' I shall be very glad to re
peat the formula Get at the drug
store the following ingredients and mix
yourself, taking a teaspoonful at meal
times and at bedtime. Iodide of potas
sium. 2 drams, sodium salicylate, 4 !
drams; wine of colchicum. one half
oz.: comp. essence cardlol. 1 oz. ; comp.
fluid balmwort, 1 oz ; and syrup sarsa
prilla, 5 ozs. This is my favorite pre
scription for rheumatism.
"Charlotte" writes: "Some time ago
you answered through your columns
telling "Marie" how to cure bad cough
and cold. Will you kindly repeat the
Answer: I shall be very glad to re
peat tbe formula for you. Get from
your druggist a 2 oz. package of es
sence mentholaxene and mix with
honey or home-made sugar syrup and
take according to directions given on
the bottle. This is a very mild laxa
tive and will surely cure your cold in
a few days at most. It is absolutely
1 armless and very pleasant to take.
"Ted" writes: "I have had chronic
appendicitis for some time, but I can
not consent to an operation. My
stomach is in a bad condition also.
Can you help me?"
Answer: The best scientific and sat
isfactory treatment for you is tablets
triopeptine. which you can get at any
well-stocked drug store. They are
packed in sealed cartons wKh full di
rections for taking I think niar-y
cases or appenaicius couia oi pre-
vented if triopeptine was used regu-
"Mrs. T" -writes 'I have b-ieu tick
for some time and do not seem to be
able to get anything to jrlve me
strength. I am nervous ani cannot
sleep. Could you presort Se a good
Answer: The best system and nerve
tonic I know of is made by mixing "
ozs. syrup hypophosphites comp. and
1 ox. tincture cadomene 'not carda
nion.) Mix by shaking vrell and take
a teaspoonful before meals. This is a
fine tonic for old and you-g
"X. T. Z." says. "In the last two
years I have become so fat that I am
very uncomfortable. Die and exer
cise do not seem to do any good."
Answer: I receive daily letters from
hundreds of grateful people who have
used the following treatment for re
ducing, their weight. I advise you to
purchase these separately so as to
avoid any substitution: Aromatic
elixir 5 ozs., glycol arbolene 1 oz. Mix,
shake well before using, lake a tea
spoonful for the first three days after
your meals and thereafter take two
teaspoonfuls until you are the weight
yon wish to be.
Send $1 00 for Dr. Lewis Baker's
Book on Health and Beauty. (Adv.)
MR. S. P. WATKINS.
Syrup Pepsin is so mild and free
from any form of narcotic that it is
given to tiny infants, and yet it will '
be found effective In thp -tnrust atnh.
born case of constipation which has
resisted all other remedies.
If no member of jour family has
ever used Sjrup 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 411
Washington St., Montlcello, 111., and
a free sample bottle will be mailed
you. Results are always guaranteed
or money will be refunded. (Adv
began Monday morning. W. A. Ai
buckle will have charge of the -work
Mr. Arbuckle has arrived and with
his wife and son, will be at Vall
Inn during the construction of tK
Boone Cathey has returned to Tiis
former home in east Texas He vij-S
called home on acoount of the death
of his mother.
Custom inspector H. A. Carne and
Harry Moore, are here en route to
their station at Sierra Blancj The
came down to El Paso with a string
of smuggled horses.
Troop B, of ttie 13th cavalr. undir
command of Capt Bowie and Lieut
Armstrong, have arrived and i en
camped in the same place formerl
occupied bv tbe Fourth caialn on tne
I county road On the day of his ai
j rival here Lieut. Armstrong recei 1 d
notice 01 nis assignment to West Point
as instructor in tactics. He will leave
for his new station in a few das.
The Enid, Ochiltree & Western rail
road, which recently passed out of re
ceivership is to become part of the
Missouri, Kansas & Texas system and
mm, ipf i
at the receiver's sale was Charles Ham- r"trht0t ni,J L V , C':'h' ' h YS8
Uton. of Waco. Tex, who for many "l" Je im..r.l.d b th, maw r which
years has been vice president and gen- 1 H,fanatu At'J UP. s l"ratl" " Perpe
eral manager of the Texas Central. ' , h VP" ,h' th,lBtlftn r"entS If
owned and operated by the M. K. & "v !he 5ul?ar!an r'"'e attempt to entei
TURKEY TROT IS
500 YEARS OLD
Dancing Master Says the Savage of
Ilornco Have Been IJaucInK it for
I.o, These Many Decades.
Washington. D. C, Nov. 19. The
much criticised "turkey trot ' has been
danced to the rain sod of a savage
tribe in the north of Borneo for more
t man smmi years, aeveni young women
j of one of Washington's exclusive sets
were astounded- when professor Edward
Davidson, a dancing master, made this
i statement to them during a lecture on
' the history of dancing
', Professor Davidson said that this
.. .i., i.i., ki.. ...
i tne religion of the saage Murut'i.
l Whon ttiorc paitim a nrdnnEVd rti-w
spell these head hunting natives per
form the trot day in and -day out until
the great rain god has heard ther
prayers. The professor visited the
north of the island 4everaLjears agj.
He says he- saif them dauce. 'around
tne image oc tne &oa ror an enti.e
nicrtil Tn fwtfit'Af Ui Iihsta iilnl uia '
a vase containing andaltod ami
other spices, which were burned ns
"You young women now see that
there is nothing new under the sun."
said professor Davidson to his class.
"'What you thought-was some cute lit
tle fad of today turds out to be a re
ligious dance of the ancient oriental
TEN YEAR OLD G-IRL
BECOMES A BRIDE
Groom Gives Her a Doll That Will
Open anil Close Its Eyes, as Her
Thibodeaux, La., Nov. 19. Agnes
Callahan, 10 years old, was married
today and quit the third reader class
in the public school here. Her hus
band is Paul Dietz, 23 years old em
ployed in a local mercantile establish
ment. The girl -wore short dresses dur
ing the ceremony, but immediately
afterwards announced she would have
her gowns lengthened.
The bridegroom, as a wedding pres
ent to his youthful bride, gave her
a huge doll that would open and
close its eyes. Nearly all the wedding
presents were toys, but. the bride de
clared she would not play with dolls
The wedding was the result of a
courtship begun when the bride was
almost a baby.
DUCKS LAY PIKE,
GEEEK, WHITE EGGS
Tj.t ... , . ji ,. .. . ..
Kxi:erim.eQl" 1 Je1iBB,Thc lo Test
Laying Cnpacitj Produces QHeer
Results In Colors.
Paris, France, Nov. 19. The French
Academy of Sciences has been devot
ing its attention of late to ascertain
how to obtain the biggest eggs from
A naturalist named Magnan has trie.
various . experiments in feeding and
giving different broods of ducks, fresn
fish and vegetarian diet. He has
found that those fed on fish laid first,
those on meat eight days later and the
vegetarians two and a half months
later, at the age of ten months.
Between December 17 and May 11
the fish eating ducks laid 54 eggs, the
flesh eating 45 and the vegetarians 19.
Tbe eggs of the flesh eating ducks
were the heaviest, those of the vege
tarians came next and the fish eaters'
eggs were the lightest.
A curious detail was that the fish
eating ducks laid green eggs, the
flesh eating white and the vegetarians
FOR "Y. W." GIRLS
Home in Chicago I Dcsigaeil to Keep
1 oung vl emen from fleeting tbe
Boys Oat oh the Streets.
Chicago, 111 , Nov. 1$ Room and
board and the use of a parlor for from
$3.50 to $6.50 a week Is what the Sal
vation Army Home for Girls, just
opened, offers its guests.
Three parlors were added as an extra
attraction, that the young women
roomers might not have to meet their
men friends on street corners and in
1 dance halls
1 The home will accommodate 85
girls. It formerly was occupied by the
Union club. Every room was taken be
fore the home opened, and 25 names
are on the waiting list.
! SENT TO TURKEY
I Rear admiral Austin 1L Knight, who
, is in command of the United States
I cruisers Tennessee and Montana, which
sailed from the Philadelphia navy yard
iirder orders from the war department
o proceed direct to Constantinople to
lne iurxisu capital
FOR MES. WILSON
West Union Ohio Nov 19. Miss
Mary Bajles. ioimeiU 01 West Union,
has been chosen to fill the important
social positron of private secretary to
Mrs. W'oodrow Wilson wfe of the
president-elect of the I'nited States.
Miss Bayless. who has been a clerk of
the Ohio legislature and has served s
secretary to prominent persons in t't
east will begin her duties at tho
white houe next March.
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BREAKS A COLD
A FEW HOURS-PAPE'S
FIRST DOSE PrU'S COLD
PPHAD nElIEVES Akk
After the very first dose of "Pape's
Cold Compound" jou distinctly feel
the cold breaking and all the disagree
able grippe symptoms leaving.
It is' a 'positive f$t that a dose of
Pape's Cold Compound taken every
,, " "
' closes ai
two hours until three consecutive
taken will cure Grippe or
break up the most savere cold, either
in the head, chest, back, stomach or
t promptly ends the most miserable
idache. dullness, head and nose
stuffed up, feverishness, sneezing, sore
throat running of the nose, mncoua
caiarrnai aiscns-rsea, soreness, sun.-
ness and rheumatic twinges.
Take this wonderful Compound with
the knowledge that there is nothins
else in the world which will cure you
cold or end Grippe misery as promptly
anA nrithnut inv nthpr anaistnnee or
bad after-effect- as a 25-cent pack
age of Pape's Cold Compound, which
any druggist can supply it contains
no quinine be sure you get what you
ask for accept no substitute belongs
in every home. Tastes nice acts
UGH! HOW CHILDREN
HATE CASTOR OIL
Delicious "Syrup of Figs"
best to cleanse their
little clogged bowels.
Look back at your childhood days.
Remember the physic that mother in
sisted on castor oil, calomel, cathar
tics. How you hated tnem. how joa
fought against taking them.
With our children it's different. The
day of harsh physic is over. We don't
force the liver and 30 feet of bowels
now; we coax them. We have no
dreaded after effects. Mothers who
cling to the old form of physic simply
don't realize what they So. The chil
dren's revolt is well-founded. Their
little stomachs and tender bowels are
injured Dy them.
If your child is fretful, peevish, half
sick, stomach sour, breath feverisn and
its little system full of cold; has diar
rhoea, sore throat, stomach-ache;
doesn't eat or rest well remember
look at the tongue, if coated, gie a
teaspoonful of Syrup of Figs, then don't
worry, because you surely will have a
well, smiling child in a few hours.
Syrup of Figs beins composed en
tirely of luscious figs, senna and aro
matjes simply cannot be harmful. It
sweetens the stomach, makes tbe liver
active and thoroughly cleanses the lit
tle one's waste-cloggfed bowels. In a
few hours all sour bile, undigested
fermenting food and constipated waste
matter gently moves on and out of the
system without gripingxdr nausea.
Directions for children of all ages,
also tor grown-ups, plainly printed on
By all means get the genuine. Ask
your druggist for the full name "Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna" prepared
by the California Fig Syrup Co. Accept
nothing else Adv.
I'nrislcn Sage StonM Falling Hair and
Nothing so detracts from the attract
iveness of woman as dull, faded, luster
There is no excuse for tliis condition
nowadays, because notice is hereby
given to the readers of The Herald that
Parisian Sage, the ulck acting hair
restorer, is sold with a money back
guarantee at 50 cents a large bottle.
Since -Its introduction into America,
Parisian Sage, has had an immense sale
and here are the reasons:
It is safe and harmless. Contains no
dye or poisonous lead.-
It cures dandruff in two weeks, by
1 killing the dandruff germ.
ji slops mailing nitir.
It promptly stops itching of the
It makes the hair soft and luxuriant.
It gives life and beauty to the hair.
It is not sticky or greasy.
It is the daintiest perfumed hair
It is the best, the most pleasant and
invigorating hair dressing made.
Fight shy of the druggist who offers
you a substitute, he is unworthy of
Made only in America by Giroux Mfg.
Co.. Buffalo, N- T. The girl with the
Auburn hair is on every package.
All reliable druggists, department
stores and. toilet goods counters have
Parisian Sage Hair Tonic The girl
with the Auburn Hair is op every pack
age. Kelly & Pollard guarantees it.
A PHYSICIAN'S FAITH IX
"Have used Kckman's Alterative in
several cases of tubercular glands of
the neck, with excellent results every
time. In one case it cost me $50, for
the girl was put on it only until she
could arrange to be operated, and in
1 short time an operation was not
.leeded I suppose your records are
just as fine, as of old. You know my
faith in it"
(Original of this physician's letter on
Eckman's Alterative Is effective in
other forms Read what Mrs. Garvin
Idaho Falls. Idaho.
"Gentlemen" I have gained twenty
tw o pounds since last February and
m babj is in perfect health. I have
be. n waiting since she was born to
vi f how I would get along. I am now
iiin all my work, have been ever
snat she nas four weeks old. and I
' am suauilv gaining 1 do not cough
' r raise anvthhig at all. I believe my
j lung trouble is cured."
iSnwn affidavit) MRS. M.. H. GARVIN.
Xott Mrs. csarvln has seven cb.il
0 1 en
' Bckman s Alterative is effective -in
Pronehri9 Asthma, Hay Fever; Throat
1 rid J ,ui!' Tronbles and in upbuilding
t le sj-t.m. Dies not contain poisons,
opiates or habit-forming drugs. For
! sale bv Kelly & Pollard, Knoblauch
urug co.. jfeopies urug store ana
other leading druggists. Ask for book
'et telling of reco eries, , and write to
Kekman Laboratory. Philadelphia. Pa.
for additional evidence (Adv.)
for Infants und-Invalids
It means the Original and Genuine
The Food-Brink for all Ages
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
For inf an ts. invalids and growing children.
Purcnutrition.upbuildingtb whole body.
Invigorates nursing mothers ond the aged.
More healthful than tea or coffee.
Take no substitute. Ask for HOKUCK'S
i SORUCK'S Contains Pure Milk
deans like magic
GM Dust is more than
soap does more than
soap. Soap merely
cleans; Gold Dust gets
IITlder the Stiff 8 CG IttJls
t4aiiCA taic SJUiiatCj li-LUO
p-7prTr p-jry. -ri7nCr"ICiC rmf
J CVCtV gCi-illj WetOilClS UUL
i Z,-..li J i.
every impurity and ster-
I . ., . . ,
, lliz SS QVQTV 111111 it
- " i v ui.j 111115 it.
It is a sanitaary cleanser
which cleans quicker and
better than anything else, and
saves the housewife the toil
of rubbing and scrubbing.
Gold DflSt does all the hard
part of the work you merely
You can buy a
large package o
Gold Dust for
"Let the GOLD DUST TWINS do year wttrk"
How to Have the Best Cough
Syrup and Save 52, by
Making It at Home.
Cough medicines, as a rule, contain a
large quantity of plain syrup. If vou
iake one pint of granulated sugar, add
pint or warm water and stir about
2 minutes, you have as good syrup as
money could buy'.
If you will then put 2 ounces of
Fines 50 cents' worth) in a pint bottle,
and fill it up with the Sugar Syrup, you
will have as Buch cough syrup as you
could buy ready made for 9&50. It
And you will find it the best cough
syrup you ever used even in whooping
congh. You can feel it take hold usu
ally stops the most severe coaah in -24
J hours. It is Just laxative enough, has a
w waic enect, ana taste is pleasant.
Take a teaspoonful every one, two or
It is a splendid remedy, too, for
whooping cough, croup, hoarseness, asta
sia, chest pains, etc
Fines is the most valuable concentra
ted compound of Norway white pine ex
tract, rich in guaiacol and all the heal
ing pine elements. No other prepara
tion will work in this formula.
JThis recipe for making cough remedy
with Pines and Sugar Syrup is now
used and prized in thousands of homes
in the United States and Canada. The
plan has often been imitated but never
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or
money promptly refunded, goes with this
recipe. Your druggist has Pines, or will
fit it for vou. If not, send to The
mex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Suffered From Terrible
Train of Symptoms.
Thinks Fatal Out
come Was Avoided
by Timely Use
Columbia, S. C, In a letter from
this city. Miss Carrie Meetze says: "I
was a perfect wreck, from sickness. I
had pains in my right side, weak, faint
ing spells, dizziness, then numb and
At tiroes, my feet were so swollen,
I could not walk a step.
I also had backache, headache, was
nervous, appetite good at times, more
often not, and my kidneys troubled roe.
A friend advised me to give Cardui,
the woman's tonic, a trial. I did so,
and from the very first it helped me.
At tbe end of two months, the swell
ing in my feet had gone down, an1 I
was relieved from all the pains.
I continued taking Cardui, and now
I do almost all my housework.
I am willing for you to publish what
I write, for the good of other women,
for I am sure that Cardui saved me
from the grave."
The symptoms described in the
! above letter are proof that this lady
was suffering from womanly trouble,
and her cure shows that she took the
right medicine for her trouble, namely:
Cardui, the woman's tonic.
If Vou suffer as she did, do as she
did, take Cardui, and it will surely do
for you what it did for her. Why not?
N B Write to: Ladies' Advisory
Dept . Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat
tanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions,
and 64-page book, "Home Treatment
for Women," sent "in plain wrapper, on
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