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CHRONIC DISEASES REQUIRE
The ordbary means and methods of treatment of the general prac
titioner seldom, if ever, accomplishes a cure of Chronic, deep-seated,
complicated diseases, for this class of diseases requires special prepara
tion and equipment for their successful elimination or cure. We have
spared neither pains nor money, in equipping ourselves and offices for
our special work, and have attained the knowledge, skill and experi
ence necessary to success. A visit to our offices and an inspection of
the various costly and effective apparatus we employ in the treatment
of Chronic Diseases and a heart to neart talk with the many suf
ferers that have found relief and a permanent cure at moderate ex
pense after ever so many disappointments with other physicians, must
convince the roost skeptical that the International Specialists are the
foremost, capable and successful physicians in the Southwest, i
In the course of Specific Blood Poison the discov
ery of "606" has marke dan important advance,
yet its administration is dangerous and often fol
lowed by serious after effects. All these disadvan
tages have been overcome and this treatment devel
oped into fullest efficiency in our BRITISH CURE.
The BRITISH CURE is the highest perfection of
all methods for the purification of the blood, re
quires for its administration but a few days, is ab
solutely harmless and painless and its results are com
plete and permanent.
Under the various "SPECIAL TREATMENTS"
thai are administered in our Institution, our non
operative Cure for Rupture and our 30-day Cure
for Rheumatism deserve special mention. These
ailments have been treated heretofore without suc
cess, so that treatment that will positively effect a
permanent cure should be welcome to the many dis
appointed sufferers of this class.
DEPARTMENT FOR THE DISEASES OF
THE EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
This department is equipped with lately perfected
Apparatus and Mechanical Devices that make it
possible for the remedial agents to reach the finest
and most delicate cells of the air passages. Many
cases that had been regarded as TUBERCULO
SIS of the Lungs and Throat are really nothing but
neglected cases of CATARRH of the Rcspiratory
Orgaos, are speedily relieved and in time cured en
Our methods in examining the Eye, Ear, Ncse and
Throat are thorough and perfect, and we make
these examinations and give our professional advice
FREE OF CHARGE.
We have perfected a Special Method" for the cure of
GRANULATED EYE LIDS. no matter of how
long standing. CROSS EYES straightened pain
lessly without the use of a General Anaesthetic,
BLINDNESS due to CATARACT, WATERY
and ULCERATED EYES, Etc
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
That hundreds of useless, dangerous and mutilating
operations are performed daily upon the female
generative organs, everybody knows to be a fact; then
why should a sensible woman submit to an operation
which often destroys these important organs and fails
to give ihe relief tbey seek, when other simple, safe
and sure methods of treatment such as we have per
fected will give permanent relief. We always folk v.
the principle to cure and preserve rather than to de
stroy important organs, m any diseased condition.
' NERVOUS DISEASES. "
A great many diseases, uncertain in their symptoms,
but nevertheless causing severe impairment of the
general' health, can now be traced.to a diseased con
dition of the NERVOUS SYSTEM. Not recog
nizing the REAL CAUSE of this class of patients,
who unable to find relief, were frequently driven into
the arms of unscrupulous charlatans.
The careful and intelligent examination we give to
every patient enables us frequently to find as the
cause a derangement of the Nervous System, which
readily responds to the Specific Treatment w; em
ploy. DISEASES OF MElf.
In the treatment of the Special Pelvic Diseases of
Men, we have devised, developed asd perfected reme
dies that have for years given perfect satisfaction. No
other treatment, in our opinion is as effective, prompt
and permanent in results. We have given particu
lar time and attention to the treatment of LOSS OF
VIGOR AND DRAINS. ERRORS OF DE
VELOPMENT and all private diseases and weak
nesses. It is not necessary to wait for months for re
sults. Our remedies are applied directly and relief
is prompt and permanent.
Books describing our treatment and all diseases included in our specialty sent to any ad
dress in a plain sealed envelope with suitable symptom blank. Some diseases can be treated
successfully at home. IF UNABLE TO CALL, WRITE FOR INFORMATION
CONSULTATION AND ADVICE FREE. ENGLISH, SPANISH AND GERMAN Spoken.
OFFICE HOURS 9:00 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 2 p. m. to 6 p. m.; 7 p. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays 10 to 2 only.
DR. KETCHERSID & CO.
Hammett Block, Opposite Rio Grande Bank
Sixth Year in El Paso.
Comer Texas and Mesa Avenue, EI Paso, Texas.
O VALEXTINE, TEXAS.
Valentine. Tex., Nov. 20. Arthur
Schorbach has returned from the Bell
& Newton ranch at Lobo.
Rev. Mr. Hickman, of New Mexico,
is the new Methodist minister for this
J. H. Mills and sons. Harold and
Quince, are at their Lobo ranch.
G. Loo and family, of Minneapolis,
who are motoring through to "Valen
tine, are expected to arrive this week.
They arc at "Wichita Falls, Tex. So
far no breaks have occurred.
At a meeting of the Home Mission
society, which is a union one, it was
agreed to divide the funds now in the
treasury between the various minis
ters in charge here.
Mr and Mrs. H. W. W. Perry are
here from their river ranch en route
to El Paso. They have also made a
recent visit with friends in Maria.
John A. Pierce, of El Paso, formerly
of Valentine, is there.
Miss Essie Mills has gone, to Co
manche, Tex., for an extended visit.
Miss Mary Smith, formerly of Val
entine, has "been forced to give up her
work at Kl Paso on account of illness.
Operator Bell has been transferred
Mrs. J. A. Jackson, who has been
lsiting her sister, Mrs. Gardner, has
returned to her home in Sanderson.
Miss Evelyn Gibbs remaining in Val
entine. Operator Skipper has been trans
ferred to Marathon.
J. A. Scannell, who is ill with pneu
monia, is doing nicely.
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Corona, N. M.. Nov. 20. Miss Dot
WiHingham, who has been spending
several weeks in town, the guest of
Miss Gladys Bond, has returned to her
home, 30 miles east of here.
Master Allen Davidson has been sick
for the past few days with tonsilitis.
Feline Valdes has been spending a
few dajs in Albuquerque.
Miss Peaxl Colbough has entered
schol at this place for the remainder
of the term and is boarding at the
Ernest Digneo is spending a few
days with his parents in Santa Fe.
Frank Hall is suffering frohi an in
jury sustained by a horse falling -with
-him a few days ago.
Miss Retha Owen has entered school
Dolph Lusk has left for Pueblo,
Denver, Durango and other points in
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Crawford will
leave in a few days for points in Colo
rado, where they expect to make their
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Simon Potter,
a fine girl.
Mrs. A. I. Stuart has left for a few
weeks' visit to her parents In
-. HAYDEX, ARIZONA &
Hayden, Arlx.. Nov. 30. E. L. Taylor
has resigned as manager of the Kay.
VVinkelman 2and Hayden branches of
the Gila Valiey Bank and Trust com
pany, and will in the future devote his
entire attention to the managing of
the Winkelman Ice and Cold Storage
company's business, which he pur
chased a short time ago.
D. S. Smith, formerly chief clerk for
the Ray Consolidated Copper company !
at the mine at Kay, is spending a few
days in Hayden with friends. Mr. Smith
since his departure from this company
has been ranching in the Salt River
valley and reports that his crops were
very good this year.
The Rev. J. E. Flutcher, of Phoenix,
will speak in the local school house on
November 24 in the interest of the A.
M. E. church.
C C. Jarrett is visiting in Hayden
with his brother, L. J. Jarrett, coming
R. T. Jones Is back from Phoenix
for a few days and will leave In com- I
pany with his wife in a few days, hav- j
ing disposed of all his Interest in Win- .
L. J. Wiseman, an attache of the
American Smelting and Refining com
pany's general office, has left for Tuc
son on receipt of advice of his broth
er's death at the St. Mary's hospital
there. Mr. Wiseman was in attend
ance on his brother a week ago, hut
returned to Hayden. He will take the
remains to Baltimore, Md., for interment.
Paint Is an Economy
Used at this time of the year, it is the best kind of
We have paint suitable for every purpose.
Tuftie Paint and Glass Co.
PHNE 206 210-212 N. STANTON
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They Will Respond Promptly
Bell 608 & 629. DR.UGGIS TS
& SAFFORD, ARIZ.
Safford. Ariz., Nov. 20. Mrs. E. A.
Groesbeck has returned to Douglas.
Berry Foster, an employe of El
Tigre Mining company, of Sonora, Mex.,
is visiting his parents here while on
Mrs. S. S. Campbell, wife of the
president of the Waterworks com
pany, is here from Boston visiting
with her husband for a while.
Mr. and Mrs. Amnion Sims are visit
ing friends in Globe.
A baby boy has arrived at the home
of bank teller Clarence Ellsworth.
R. W. Smith went to Santa Fe to
the Ocean to Ocean highway conven
tion as a delegate from Graham coun
ty. He was elected secretary of the
Mrs. Anna Bourne, state manager of
the Fraternal Brotherhood, was a
Mrs. Maud Perry, of Warren, Ariz.,
president of Rebecca assembly, was in
Safford on lodge business. A recep
tion and banquet were given her bj
the Rebeccas Aid Odd Fellows.
Mrs. Annie Martirieau and Mrs.
Spillsbury, Mormon refugees, have
gone to El Paso "where they will join
their husbands and later go back into
BIG SPRINGS. TEXAS.
Big Springs. Tex, Nov. 20. Mrs. H.
. McFarland and son have gone to
isit at Midland and El Paso after a
-visit here with friends. They reside
Gilbert Jackson jr. entertained about
15 of his young friends in honor of
his 11th birthday
Mrs. Edgar Wilson nas returned
from a visit to Abilene
T M. Bartley, representative-elect of
Tahoka, is in the city.
Marriage licenses have been Issued
to Palmer Haynes, of Anson, Tex., and
Miss Lola Warren, of this city.
Mrs H Covert and children are
here from Lovington. N M., to spend
branch of the- Order of the Tall
Cedars, of Lebanon, has beei organ
A number of local physicians at
tended the semi-annual session of the
Big Springs-El Paso district Medical
society at Colorado City.
The auxiliary of the T. M. C. A. has
decided to place new linoleum on the
floors of the building.
D. D. Parramore, en route from Abi
lene to his ranch in Sterling county,
-risited his daughter, Mrs. Ed Douthit,
'n this city.
Dr. J. H. Hurt has returned from
Midland. He was accompanied homo
by his little granddaughter, Miss Lil
Mr and Mrs. Ernest Gulley have ar
rived from Sulphur Springs. Tex.,
where they were married. Before her
marnase Mrs. Gulley was Miss Bettie
S B Kendle has been called to
Maryland On account of the serious
illness of his mother.
Miss Clara Ross has returned' from
a three "weeks' visit with friends at
Dallas and Bnnis.
& BBLBX, X. M. .
Belen N M.. Nov. 20. The members
of St. Philip's Guild of the loeal Epis
copal church, gave their annual bazar
ard supper in Commercial hall.
The annual bazaar of the Lutheran
church will also be given in Commer
Thanksgiving day has been selected
by the Aid society of the Methodist
churrh for its bazar
Another event to celebrate the
Thanksgiving season will be a dance,
given by the social committee of the
Commercial club, on Nov. 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barror have re
turned from Albuquerque.
Mrs. A. F Morrissett, of Albuquerque,
was a Belen visitor.
Mr. and Mrs. Witherspoon and family
Mho have been residents of Belen for
the past three years, will leave the
citv for Texas, where they will make
their home. Mrs. Witherspoon and chil
dren will leave In a few days, and Mr.
Witherspoon will follow about the first
of the year.
Dr. J W. Beardsley has left the city
for a vacation, which will be spent at
his former home In Elkhart, Indiana.
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Clovis. N. M, Nov. 20. Rev.' S. B.
Calloway, wife and daughter. Miss
Madge, who attended the Baptist state
convention at Alamogordo, have re
turned. C. C. Baker, city clerk of Clovis, is
absent 'from the city on a few weeks'
vacation to his old home in Crossett,
The women of the Home Mission so
ciety of the Methodist church took
their dinners and spent a day at the
church. Two quilts were put up and
most of the day was spent in quilting.
Rev. Jeremiah Moore, for 20 years
president of Washington and Tusculum
college of Tennessee, has taken charge
of the pastorate of the Presbyterian
church for the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs Jewell Kimberlln and
Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson have returned
after a week's hunting trip in the
mountains near Tucumcari.
Miss Irene Luse, who has been here
attending the public school, has joined
her parents at El Paso.
Mrs. W. W. Davis entertained the
members of the W. T. K. club. There
were seven members and three visitors
present Mesdames Mason, Spears and
Miss Pearl Memhard. The club will
meet next with Mrs. Otis Johnson.
Members of the Plus and Minus club
met with Mrs. W J. Lank. Those pres
ent were: Mesdames Keeney, Camp
bell, Gibson, Duncan, Diller, Hartman
and Miss Sadie Carlton.
The Amateur Piano club, of Clovis,
under the leadership of Mrs. Roy
Strouelle, is arranging for an enter
tainment in the near future.
Mrs W. F. Powers entertained sev
eral friends at 6 oclock dinner at her
home in East Clovis, complimentary to
Mesdames Comli and Trailer, of
Vaughn, who were initiated in the Re
bekah lodge and Miss Ella Curren, the
noble grand of the lodge at Clovis.
The members of the Silver Thimble
met with Mrs. Nassau for an after
The Progressive club, composed of
members of the Rebekah lodge, met at
the home of the Misses Curren In. West
Clovis. The club is planning to give
a bazaar in the near future.
The Woman's club met at the
residence of Mrs. n. D. Swearingln in
West Clovis. The subject of the day
was "Thanksgiving." Quotations were
given as the roll was called, 15 mem
bers of rbe club responding,
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and worry then body. BALLARD'S
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heals the lungs and restores comfort
able breathing. Price 26c, Sic and S1.00
per bottlt. Sold by Scott White & Co,
three stores. Adv.
k Elgin, Ariz., Nov. 20. Mark B&rtlett,
who recently located at Elgin -with
his family, from Columbus, Ohio, died
at the soldiers' hospital at Los An
geles, where he was burled.
Little Lucy Hamlet, the two year
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hamlet,
north of Elgin, died and was given
burial at Elgin. Funeral services
were conducted by Rev. Mr. SteUon.
Messrs. Woodward and Woodward,
of Rush Hill, Mo., were at Elgin and
located two fine homesteads.
Mrs. T. J. His has returned from a
visit to Los Angeles.
According to forest ranger Rogers
the Canille district will receive from
the bureau of forestry at Washington
an appropriation for road improve
ment in that district.
An automobile route is to be estab
lished from Bisbee to Pntgonia by
Huachuca, Elgin and Caville. It is
Henry Pyeatt, at Canille. will fill his
lake with catfish.
The apple orchards at Canille have
had a fine yield and orchardists have
been busily engaged in picking and
SIERRA BLANCA, TBX.
Sierra Blanco. Tex., Nov. 20. Mrs.
Schwart, of Pasadena, CaL, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. F. W. Thommee.
Mrs. Grant, mother of Mrs. W. H.
Schrock, has returned to her hone at
Franklin. Tex., after a few weeks'
visit with her daughter.
Little Vergil Caminack, who has
been seriously ill for several days, has
recovered and can now show his
friends some bran new teeth.
Mrs. E. E. Taylor, who has been con
fined to her room for several weeks on
account of illness, is recovering
Mrs. A. E. Polk, who has been in
Del Rio under the doctor's eare the
last two months, is expeeted home
Mrs. Peter Freeman and soji, Bartie,
have moved to El Paso temporarily, in
order that Baxtie may attend school
there this season.
Mrs. Studie, from Pennsylvania, is
here visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. J.
Miss Lyda Martin has moved with
her mother to Dallas. Tex.
A. J. Humphris, of the firm Hum
phris. Carson company, is taking his
Mrs. Holy Hester and baby are visit
ing her parents at Annona. Tex.
Holy Hester was in from his ranch
with a load of turkeys, which he sold
at a good price.
SAXTA ROSA, X. 31.
O GUAT3IAS, SOX MEX.
Every reliable make is carried in stock. See us for good goods at lower
prices than elsewhere. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN CAREFUL ATTENTION.
Shelton-Payne Arms Co.
Guaymas, Sonora, Mex., Nov. 20.
Frank G. High, special agent of the
Chicago & Alton railroad, with head
quarters In Los Angeles, Is in the city.
Mr. High is especially interested in
the shipments of oranges which are
now moving from the state of Sonora.
C a WaWiwright. traveling freight
agent of the Grand Trunk railway sys
tem, is here from Los Angeles on
A. Simon and wife, of Nogales, are
repisterede at the Hotel Almada.
C. M. Smith, of Empalme, has gone
to Los Angeles, where he will be
married to Miss Anna Street, of Guay
mas. Miss Street has been stenog
rapher for the Southern Pacific com
pany in Empalme for the past two
years, recently resigning her position.
Mr. Smith is assistant superintendent.
A. H. Blackiston. of the Mexican
Southwestern Land company, with
headquarters in San Francisco, Is reg
istered at the Hotel Almada.
R. S. Tohie, of Cajeme, is In Guay
mas on business.
S. P. Browning, of Esperanza, is
stopping a couple of days In Guaymas.
RUIDOSO, X". M.
Ruldoso. N. M., Nov. 20. Mr. and
Mrs. Pat Kirk, of San Angelo, Tex,
passed through here en route from
Roswell, N M., to Alto, In their car
to visit their cousin. Mrs. Watt Gil
more and family.
Mrs. James Robinson, of Parsons,
N. M, who has been spending some
weeks with her mother, Mrs. C W.
Wingfield, has returned to her home.
Charles and Clifford Curry passed
through here en route to their home
at Gle'ncoe. N. M, from Tularosa, N.
M.. where they had been to vtsltr their
father, former governor George .Curry.
Miss Maude Linam, of Alto, N. M., is
A J Gilmore and R. Bracken have
gone on a deer hunt
AHTKSI.Y, X. 31. O
Artesia, N. M, Nov. 20. The Aller
trio under the auspices of the women
of the Methodist church, south, fur
nished entertainment at the Baptist
Mrs. S. D. Gates entertained, in
honor of her daughter, Mrs. Tully, off
Las Vegas. A kenslngton was given
one day and later a card party, the
game being 500.
G. A. McNeil has traded property In
Kansas City for the B. C. Chapman
farm east of Artesia.
E. F. Phillips, who has been living
in San Diego the past year, has re
turned with his family to take up his
residence in Artesia,
John, Van Hoy and R. B. Paris, teach
ers of the high scnool. attended the
state educational meeting at Albu
querque. Mrs. A. I. Aldridge, of Oakland. Cal.,
field secretary of the Presbyterian
home board of missions, spoke on home
missions at the Presbyterian church.
Mrs. Sargent Haskell will give reci
tations in Artesia Friday evening un
der the auspices of the library board.
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PARSOXS, X. 31.
' Parsons, N. M.. Nov. 20. Tommle
Jennings and Johnny Corn have gone
to the mesa to gather corn.
The party of hunters who left on
a several days' hunt have returned.
They met with no success at all.
C Skinner and family, of the Mesa,
are here visiting with relatives.
G. B. Greer has returned from Three
Rivers. Mr. Greer has purchased a
bunch of goats from Mr. Scheffy and
will leave with them soon for the San
Andreas mountains. His family will
Little Margaret Grafton, who has
been sick, is well again.
W. Dubrie, R. Copeland and M. J
Grafton are doing some work on the
Great Western mine.
A basket supper will be given at
the schoolhouse on Saturday night.
C. Skinner and family, who have
been here visiting with. G. B. Greer
and family, have returned to their
home on the Mesa.
Santa Rosa, N. M., Nov. 20. Rev.
Frank Whiting, recently stationed
here as pastor of the. M. B. ' church,
but now of El Paso, was a visitor
here and at Portillo this -week. He
left -for El Paso this week with his
automibile, which he will drive
J. L. Chapman and family have re
turned after an absence of a year.
Mr. Chapman is one of the old time
residents of New Mexico, and went
from here to Arkansas, but on ac
count of .health returned to Las Veg
as, where he and family have resided
for several months past. They ex
pect to make this their permanent
Miss lone Brurabach expects to leave
next Monday for San Diego. Calif,
where she will enter business col
lege. The young people of the . M. E.
church have organized and contem
plate holding regular meetings here
after on Sunday evening. A red and
blue contest is now being "waged with
considerable interest. This is to be
ended in & dinner to the victors, and
present indications are that the num
ber of plates will be greater than for
any similar occasion for months past.
Rev. Ed Le Breton, pastor of the
First M. E. church of- Alamogordo, oc
cupied the pulpit at the M. E. church
here. The local church is as yet tin
supplied for the present year.
PORTALBS, X. M.
Portales. N. M.. Nov. 20. J. G. Mc
Gee. of Clovis, chairman of the legis
lative board of Locomotive Firemen &
Engineers was in Portales.
Rev. Sebad Kilpatrick, pastor of
the Methodist church, south, of Por
tales, is conducting a protracted meet
ing. The second number of the Woman's
Lyceum course was given at the Cosy
theater Tuesday night.
The Woman's club held its regular
session at the club rooms and listened
to an interesting program given by
the Domestic Science department. An
amendment to the constitution was
voted upon and unanimously carried
that a cemetery department be organ
ized, the members to be elected by the
club, which shall have exclusive charge
of the cemetery work. Mrs. W. G. Carr
was elected chairman of the depart
ment, and Mesdames Lindsey. Hum
phrey. Reese. Harris and Hlghtower
were elected members. It was decided
to give the annual reception on Tues
day, November 26.
GLOBE, ARIZONA. &
Globe, Ariz.. Nov. 20. Mrs. Francis
and Mrs. Gerald were hostesses at an
entertainment given in honor of the
Aid society. Plans were made to give
a dinner Thursday.
Mrs. Sarah Sorin, of Tucson, Is in
Mrs. J. F. Patton has arrived from
Los Angeles and other western points,
where she has been visiting.
Mrs. Cora May Kiech, age 38, died
here following an operation. She
leaves a husband in this city, two
sisters and a brother
William Munn has left for an ex
tended trip to eastern points.
Thomas Flannigan has returned
from a visit to Phoenix.
George B. Spangles, of the Boquet
ranch, was in the city to meet his
wife and daughter. Edith; who have
arrived from New York.
Plateau, Tex.. Nov. 20. C. M. Fitz
simmons and family have moved to
Van Horn, where they will reside in
Mrs. W. C. Drlggers was a recent
visitor to Van Horn.
Mr. and Mrs. Knight, who have been
visiting friends here, have gone to
Mrs. J. H. Rowley, of Baird, was
here recently on business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Akard will leave
this week for an extended visit to El
Paso with a view of making it their
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