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EL PASO HEUALD
Thursday, jNtov. 21, 1912
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STOOPS TO PICK UP
APPLE ;.IS KILLED
Waupun. Wis. Nov. 21. Mrs. James
Oliver was struck by a Milwaukee road
train here and so fatally Injured that
She was about to take an incoming
train, when she dropped an apple on
the track. Stepping from the plaucrm
to pick it up. she was struck, and
thrown between the platform and the
A sister Mrs. W. H. Barnett, at Mil
waukee, was notified and the injured
woman was taken on the train to thi
Emergency hospital, Milwaukee. Half
died, without having regained conl
Her left leg had been fractured in
two places and one side of her face
Her husband accompanied her on the
trip to Milwaukee and was at her bed
side when she died.
Thomas E. Latta, who has a home
stead in the Keniworth. Ariz., neigh
borhood, is trying a fasting stunt as a
cure for stomach trouble. He has
made up his mind to abstain from eat
ing for 40 consecutive days. He has
not taken a mouthful for 24 days and
lg still up and around, attending to his
farm duties. Florence Tribune.
Health is the foundation of all good
looks. The -wise -woman realizes this
and takes precautions to preserve her
health and strength, through the pe
riod of child bearing. h remains a
pretty mother by avoiding as far as
possible the suffering and dangers of
such, occasions. This every "woman
may do through the use of Mother's
Friend, a remedy that has been so long
in use, and accomplished so much
good, that it is in no sense an experi
ment, but a preparation -which always
produces the best results. It is for
external application and so penetrating
in its nature as to thoroughly lubricate
every muscle, nerve and tendon in
Tolved during the period before baby
comes. It aids nature by expanding
the skin and tissues, relieves tender
ness and soreness, and perfectly pre
pares the system for natural and safe
motherhood. Mother's Friend has been
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mothers, and its use will prove a com
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need of such a - ,
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A0F1ELD REGULATOR CQ AtUta, Gt.
Street or R.F.D .
Changes, Promotions and
Transfers Made Among
- Ft. Bliss Troops.
There is a -persistent rumor at Fort
Bliss to the effect that the first squad
ron of the Third cavalry, in camp
there, will be transferred to San An
tonio on December 7. Of course there
is no official confirmation of the re
port because no orders have been re
ceived, but the men of the line believe
it true. Many of them are anxioub to
return to San Antonfo to spend Christ
mas and .they are 'well pleased with
MaJ. Wm. F. Clark, who until recent
ly was a captain in the Fourth cavalry,
has been promoted and has arrived at
Fort Bliss to assume the duties of
major with the Second cavalry.
First Lieut. lAither Felker has been
ordered to Ft. Bayard.
Sergt Maj. Wm. Kirby has laid aside
his uniform and left his desk in the
headquarters building. He said when
he left that he would not be back for
three months, the full time of his lea.", e.
He intended to take a tri? to Europe
and see the sights.
Several promotions hae been made
of non commissioned officers in this
regiment. Corporal Henry Kra.nhule
has been promoted to th.j post of ter- I
geapt. Privates Jese F. victory ard
Frank Nelson have been made corporals
of troop F. Corporal Edward -C. Ren
ting has been promoted to the rank of
sergeant. Privates John C- liddy and
Elias Brook, of troop B, have been as
signed to the machine gun platoon.
First Lieut. W. S. Sturgill. of battery
B, Third field artillery, has been or
aereu to West Point Military academy
to duty as an instructor, and secend
Lieut. George L. Gay is now in com
mand of the battery:
Company I Decorates.
Company I, of the signal corps, be
lieves in decorating its camp. Flags
made of stones painted red and white
are placed on the ground in front of
the tents, and there are rows ot white
washed stones along the paths leading
from each tent.
Sergt. J. H. Gosnell, of this detach
ment, was discharged by purehase on
Wednesday and left for Los Angeles.
CaL. where he will engage in business.
Lieut. Louis Dougherty, of the Fifth
field artillery, has been assigned for
duty with the signal corps at ort
The corps has four motorcycles and
the men run to town on them whenever
they are off duty.
Some Infantry Granges.
The band of the 22d infantry gives a
concert on Monday. Wednesday and
Friday afternoons in the camp fiom
2:30 to 5 p. m.
Capt Geo. E. Stewart, of the 23d in
fantry, has been ordered to report for
duty with the quartermaster's corps.
Lieut. Harry & Grier has been Assigned
to the Eighth infantry and will go to
the Philippines, reporting for duty in
the islands in February, 1913. Lieut.
Wm. J. Davis, of the Eighth infantry,
will take his place at Fort Bliss. Pri
vate Charles J. Gibbions, of company
C, has been ordered to Fort Bayard,
N. M-, for observation and treatment.
Frank J. Donnelly, who. it is charged,
deserted from company A about two
months ago, was delivered to the au
thorities at Fort Bliss on Wednesday
by El Psso city detectives.
Gees to Quartermaster's Corps.
Capt. A. P. Watts, in command of
company D, of the 18th infantry, has
been relieved of this duty and assigned
to duty with the quartermaster's corps.
becoming elective uecemner a. iui.
G. R. Cook becomes campany com
mander. Lieut. Wm. F. Robinson, battalion
adjutant of the 18th infantry, has been
transferred to the 24th infantry, now
doing service in the Philippines, and
will report there for duty next Feb
ruary. Lieut. Robinson married Miss
Laura Gleason in Bl Paso on Novem
Corporal Robert Hooper has beeH
promoted to the rank of sergeant and
assigned to duty with the machine gun
platoon. Corporal Hammett L. Rice
has been promoted to the rank of ser
geant and private Joe Lengyeltoti has
been made a corporal. Privates D. Ste
vens and Alex McGarth, of company A,
and private Noble Scern, of company B.
have been assigned to the machine gun
Private Albert J. Halley, charged
with being a deserter from the isia
infantry, was delivered to the authori
ties at Fort Bliss by El Paso city de
tectives Wednesday morning.
Wood Catting Tests.
The men of the 13th cavalry have
tests at cutting wood and each tries
to see how much he can cut. They have
a large pile in front of the mess tent,
but never let it dwindle.
Capt. N. H. Cootes. of the 13th cav
alry, who is stationed at Deming, N. M.,
where he has 50 men in his command,
came to El Paso Wednesday. He was
here to see that the men got plenty
to eat and made some requisitions on
the commissary department. Inciden
tally, he stopped over for the Toltec
club banquet Wednesday night.
To J. J. Crawford, to erect a skat
ing rink. Mills and Kansas streets;
estimated cost. $5000.
To P. A. Paredes, to build a garage.
915 South Stanton street; estimated
To Pringle and .Crawford, to change
store front. Stanton and Missouri
streets; estimated cost, $260.
To U. S. Corbin. to erect a shed, 3500
Tularosa street; estimated value, $150.'
To P. Standfield. to bifcd a porch,
lots 29 and 30, block 70, East Bl Paso;
estimated cost, $75.
Southeast Cor. Cliff and Stanton Sts.
Deeds Filed. :
Southeast Cor. Cliff and Stanton Sts.
Fred B. Wilder and Agnes B. Wilder
to Harry Goodman, lots 11 and 12,
block 30. Alexander addition: consid
eration. $1600: October-21, 1912.
South side Bliss, between Grama and
Luna Sts. H. H. Fris and wife. G. A.
Martin and wife and A. T. Thread
gill Jr., and wife, to W. W. Mace, lots
21 to 23, block 19, East El Paso;
consideration, $1200; October 22, 1912.
Northeast Cor. Cloudcroft St. and
Stevens Ave. James Vance and wife
to J. W. Hull, lots 11 to 13. block 110,
East El Paso; consideration. $900;
November 1, 1912.
Southwest Cor. Hill and Florence
Sts. Frank Wells Brown and W. M.
Peticolas to Margaret Doyle, lot 10, and
northerly 16 feet of lot 9. block 42,
Alexander's addition: consideration,
$1400; November 14, 1912.
Northeast Cor. Mobile and Lowell
Sts. Frank B. Hadlock and William
G. Hadlock. lots 14 to 16. block 68.
Grandview; consideration, $10; Nov. 16,
Southeast Cor. Bisbee and Cebada
Sts. A. B. Nunley and Monta L. Nun
ley to J. F. Langer and W. L. Field,
lots 27 to 32. block 123, East El Paso;
consideration $1825; November IS, 1912.
Licensed to Wed.
Nicanor Chavez and Rosalia Oporto.
Benjamin Eudlich and Geneveva
1207 Walter Gaskings, 701 North St
Vrain street; five passenger Ford.
1208 W. F. Payne, 401 Mesa avenue;
1209 Mrs. L K. Turner. South El
Paso street; five passenger Stude
baker. 1210 Anderson Realty company.
Buckler building, five passenger Ford.
To Mrs. Jose Ortis, 909 Chihuahua
street; November 15.
To Mrs Francisco Barron, 709
Broad wa November 17
To Mr- na?tacio Ha'iurez 1J01
South Kansas street. Noember ZO,
Pecos Commercial Club To Encourage
the Farmers To Plant More Forage
They Would Also Have the farmers Raise More Hogs and Cattle and Save the Profit That Others Now
' Collect Cattle and Hay Shipped Away and Meat Bought Back at High Prices.
u iMJ&L3:JLxdt&t Jl2bilBF'i liS3ff'0SlMt SfiMMM9sWx!3TjImmmB
ILO maize, kaffir corn and
kindred crops will be r.J-nui
more extensneli in west
Texas in the future. The putur
shown above was taken October 25 on
an irrigated farm near Teeos. This
farm two years ago was in mesquite
brush and is today producing $35 per
acre profit from a maize crop. The,
great system of pump well irrigation
has been a means of opening one of
the best propositions that has ever
been brought before the farmer of
west Texas and Pecos can now show
fine farms where a few years ago the
cowmen were wondering where they
conld get water enough to keep the
cattle from starving.
It looks unreasonable to the old
timer of the Pecos valley, when he
drives around over the country at the
present time, to find new houses and
farms, with big pump wells, where
at the time he had charge as a ranch
man, it was practically a desert.
CROP YIELDS GOOD
m BELEN DISTRICT
Belen, N. M., Nov. 31. Crop condi
tions in this section of the Rio Grande
valley during the season just closed,
have been excellent, and as a result
the agriculturists have enjoyed a suc
cessful sejLKon. Each vear the coun
try in this vicinity is attracting more j
attention, and farming is coming more
and more to be a leading industry.
The alfalfa crop this year has been
good. The quality of the hay has been
high, and the quantity has been large.
Shipments have been made in carload
lots ever since the first cutting, and
the growers are now bringing in their
last .cutting for market. The quality
of this last crop is also good, and
finds a. ready market.
The wheat crop 'was not so good as
it has been formerly, although it was
very satisfactory. The yield was
slightly smaller, but the quality was
up to the standard. The Belen Roler
mills are kept busy keeping up with
The fruit yield was very large this
year, so large in fact that it was dif
ficult to find suitable markets where
the fruit could be disposed of to ad
vantage by the growers. The quality
was also very much better than last
HAVENER, X. 37.. KANCHBRS
ARE TIIRBSHIXG BltOOM CORN
Havener, N. M.. Nov. 21. A broom
corn seeding outfit has threshed and
baled for W. H. Eshelman and Frank
Magee. It did good work.
George Dougherty is delivering
headed maize at St. Vrain to Mr.
Shipley. He reports a fine crop.
A number of men didn't get to vote
on account of having to thresh broom
corn, five or six failed to get to the
SHIPS ALFALFA TO BL PASO.
Tularosa, N. M.. Nov. 21. Alvis Lin
am is busy shipping a carload of al
falfa to the El Paso market at $12.50
WHY DON'T YOU TAKE BETTER
CARE OF YOUR HAIR! !
. . . .... I
Uon t let it turn grey. 1on t let the,
Dandruff get a foothold and start the hair.
It's not natural that young women should
have thin grey hair that they cannot dress
It should always be natural-colored-luxuriant
full of life and radiance free from
ugly grey hairs and annoying Dandruff.
Nature intended that a woman's hair
should be one of her chief attractions.
Why not help her to keep it so ?
USE HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
SI 00 and 50c at Drug Stores or direct upon
receipt of price ard dealer's name Send 10c for
trial bottle. Philo Hay Spec Co. Newark, N J.
FOR S iLE AD RECOXAILNDED BY
KNOBLATCH DRIG CO.: yELL1 &
CROP t:itO". "N
THIS YFU ON W V-fl
The farmer in the Pecos and Toyah
aile3 todal who has 40 acres with
i "ooU wi'll pumping him from S00 to
inno gallons of water per minute, is
one of the most independent men in
the woild. He does not have to wait
for rain or an thing else to make hH
crops. The feed crop in the valley is
gradually getting to be first in the
hearts of the farmer, as the enormous
amount of money being sent away
each year for corn and other feed
stuffs, would, if placed into develop
ments, in a few years make a great
showing in the way of farms.
Another great resjBOB why the farm
ers of the Pecos and Toyah valleys
are being urged to raise all their feed
is the matter of hogs. This is one of
the greatest breeding countries known
to man. and with that in view, and
the enormous feeA-eropc that can be
grown, the enthusiastic declare that
there should never be occasion to ship
meats in here.
HAY SHIPMENTS AT
SANTA ROSA HEAVY
Need of a Creamery Is Felt Good
Reads In That Section Are Im
proving Conditions Largely.
Santa Rosa, N. M, Nov. SI. The hay
and 'alfalfa shipments from this point
are increasing and large quantities of
native beans are being jaarketed here.
The necessity foV a.reamerx at some
point in this county is apparent in
the large qualtityof butter marketed
at Santa Rosa. Ucal buttermakers
are making a good quality of butter
and putting it up In regular cartons,
but to get into the outside markets
they feel the need,, of a standard uni
It is expected that the good roads
commission, which is. working on the
state road between. her and Puerto de
Luna, will soon reach, jr-point to con
nect with 'the road into town and Is
is expected that the state road through
to Roswell will -come through Santa
Rosa to avail itself of the bridge at
this point, in which case they will use
the road under construction.
DENVER & RIO GRANDE TO
ELECTRIFY MOUNTAIN LlXBS
Denver, Colo., Nov. 2L .Vicepresi
dent Brown, at the? Denver & Rio
Grande railroad,, on his return from
New York, announced that the first
steps in electrifying the Denver &
Rio Grande system are 'to be taken at
once. The first uniff be electrified
will be from Helper,, Utah, to Salt Lakes'
City. 114 miles. The second unit will
be over Tennessee pass, the great con
tinental divide in Colorado, and will
involve the electrification of the line
from Salida to Minturn, Colo., a dis
tance of 87 miles. The imnravements
to be undertaken wiU aggregate be-
twon AAA AIM ami tiSOMDM. most
of which will be expended during 1913
and 1914. .
Other units in addition to the two
mentioned will be added from time to
time, and eventually the entire system
win be operated by electricity, gen
erated by the great power in the tor
rents now; coursing down the moun
This transition from steam to elec
tric power is by far the most import
ant improvement plan yet announced
by the new management ox the Den
ver & Rio Grande.
PLANTS lOe.eOO OSAGK.
ORANGB TRBBS-NBAR ROSWEI.I,
Roswell, N. M.. Nov. 2L Work has
been started on the -planAfng of 100,000
osage orange trees on )c 40 acre tract
on the Berrendo irrigated farms pro
ject - The planting wilf le completed
in the next 10 days. AsVjby Pond, who
owns the tract The trees -are being
set four feet apart each way. The
owner thinks he can maKe as much
money in the long run by seHing the
wood and with less care than on any
other nroduct. The osage orange is
an ornamental tree and is closely al
lied to the mulberry, as is also its
fruit The trdee is often referred to
as the Bois d'Arc.
The planting of these trees only be
gins a fast improvement the next sea
son in the Berrendos. Early In the
spring 200 acres of young orchard will
be set out. The Berrefldo alone last
season more than 72,000 ywung orchard
SINALOA TOMATO CROP
WILT. AGGREGATE 200 CARS
Guaymas, Son.. Mex., Nov. 21. Two
thousand acres are planted to tomatoes
in the Sinaloa vallev. and it is now es
timated that the shipments will ag
gregate r50 cars. Shipments will be
gin about the first of December this
j ear. which i- two weeks earlier than
the Tomatoes moved last season About
1 alf of th- rt p is shipped tothe east
nn inak'T vhil. about "m peroont
X.nJi j. iwikct ua thg FaufK coast.
M. VU rEC'OS
The v are
one c-ir anj
w hi rt ti
tocla shipiung cattle in
3'filfa ha in another, and
ar return, they will be
h.ims and bacon, yet no
section n th world nas a greater pos
sibility for feeding and finishing
stock, such as hois and cattle, than
Before another year the Commercial
club hopes to see every farmer here
have three or four hogs for his own
meat and some to sell, thus saving the
enormous profit paid to the packing
houses of Fort Worth and other cities.
Yet another feature of maize and
kaffir corn is that the farmers here
are buying practically all of the seed
at other points. If the Commercial
club can instil into the minds of the
farmers the determination to plant
enough of this crop, threshers can be
provided and they will always have
their own seed and can furnishh the
dry land districts aid other portions
of Texas with as much seed as they
FINE POULTRY REGION
Plainview, Tex.. Nov. 21. The third
solid car of poultry to be shipped out
of Plainview this year has just left
for New York. The poultry industry
in the south plains bids fair to rival
the cattle business in a very few years.
Large express shipments of poultry
and eggs go out every 'day. and one of
the cars Of chickens, turkeys and
ducks shipped by freight to California
recently brought $4,000 to the farmers
of the Plainview country.
MAYHILL. FARMERS TO SHIP
CABBAGE TO BL PASO MARKET
Malhill, N. M.. Nov. 2L Mayhill
farmers expected to load a carload f
cabbage for El Paso today but owing
to the condition of the roads, the ship
ment will be postponed until Novem
ber 2 a.
The storm delayed the gathering of
the corn crop in some of the fields, the
high winds of the past week laid the
The oat crop is all threshed and the
yield -was reported to be good.
WILL PLANT ONIOX(CROP
ON RANCH IN SINALOA
Guaymas, Son., Mex.. Nov. 21. G. H.
Stranahan, of Biota, Sin, says that ho
Intends to plant ten acres to Bermuda
onlomv and expects to ship from eight
to 10 carloads. Shipments will begin
about the middle of March.
ANARCHY EXISTS IX COAL
DISTRICTS OF WBST VIRGINIA.
Charleston. W. Va., Nov., 21. Occas
ional rifle fire directed from the
hillside into the West Virginia coal
district now under martial law is
keeping the militia anxious.
At a number of isolated points prac
tically a condition of anarchy exists.
A number of persons have been severe
ly beaten, some of whom were in
nocent travelers. The federal grand
jury has convened and is said to have
considered the matter of holding up
trains carrying mail.
. PIPE IGXITKS WHISKERS: &
S MAN BURNS TO DEATH
Middletown, N. Y Nov. 21.
& A spark from the pipe of John
E. Girson. a farmer, ignited his
h long whiskers. The flames -4y
spread to his clothing and he
$ was burned to death. &
Home Face Peeling
(Prom Fashion Reporter.)
No complexion treatment yet discov
ered seems to have become so gene
rally and so immediately popular as
the mercolixed wax process. Evidently
the reason for this is that this method
actually gets rid of a bad complexion,
which can hardly be said of any other.
To temporarily hide or bleach the de
fective skin with cosmetics, cannot
comnare with the effect of literally
removing the skin itself. Mercolised
wax takes off the offending surface
skin in flour-like particles, a little at
a time, until there's none of it left.
The new complexion thus produced ex
hibits a healthy glow and girlish beau
ty obtainable in no other way. This
wax. which you can get at jour drug
gist's, is applied at night in the same
way you us" cold cream, and washed
off next morning.
Here i& the only thing I know of that
actually does remove wrinkles, remo e
them quickH. and at trlflinsr cot
Pottdert.il s.iolit". 1 or. . dissoH.d
in lj pt. witch haze". ' c" as a r.u
WHEAT IN H
IS DIG WELL
Farms Near San Jon Sold;
Farmers Prospering and
Tucumcari, N. M., Nov. 21. Wheat
is looking well throughout the county
although rain Is badly needed. The
threshing of rbaixe is taking place all
over the county, the work being de
layed by the satall number of ma
chines. Work started this week on a
number of farms in the neighborhood
of San Jon and Prairie View. Greater
activity than usual exists in farm real
estate over the county. A number of
parties from the outside states are
buying Quay county land and remov
ing their families and household goods
Mrs C. M. Johnson, of Chicago, has
bought the farm of Manuel Olives near
San Jon. W. E. Paramore, of Chick
asha. Okla.. also has purchased land in
the neighborhood. John B. Reneau and
bis brother. E. Reneau, have bought
the farm of G. P. Furnell in the
neighborhood of Logan. It is also no
ticed that many who have formerly
lived here, some of whom have deeded
land in the county, are returning to
view the state of affairs here and are
again settling in their old homes. It
is said also that farmers are making
more and better improvements about
their places, as if pleased with the
country and satisfied to remain.
DOUGLAS PHONE CO.
KEEPS UP ITS WORK
Officials Not Worried Over Attack of
City Officials Because They Have
Douglas, Ariz.'. Nov. 21. H. D. Mc
Vay, special representative of the
Mountain States Telephone company,
has been served with a copy of court
order to appear before the superior
court at 10 oclock Friday morning to
show cause -why he should not be en
joined from further work on the new
City attorney J. F. Ross, who acted
for Douglas upon the orders of the
council, claims the company has no
franchise. The company officials
freely admit that they have none, but
they say they want none, as they -are
under the direct rule of the state cor
poration commission. They also claim
to hold title here by a vested right
which descended to them from the
Douglas Improvement company, which
they bonght out.
The company's workmen, proceeding
as if no legal difficulties existed, have
commenced running cables through
OSCURA TO JOINT IN
Carrizozo, N. M., Nov. 2L A delega
tion of Carrizoso business ment spent a
part of the day at Oscura. IS miles
south of here, attending a local meet
ing for the purpose of awaking interest
in and appointing delegates to the Lin
coln county organization meeting to be
held here Monday evening next The
party included A. J. Rollan'd. of Rol
land Bros.; H. S. Campbell. C. A. Ste
vens. J. A. Haley and Lee B. Chase.
They returned very much pleased with
the results of the trips, practically all
of the settlers and business men in the
Oscura district, one of the most ad
vanced dry farm sections of the county,
turned out to the meeting and three
delegates to the Carrizozo meeting
were elected. Dr. Guldo Ranniger, E. F.
Jones and Dr. R. E. Blaney. A good
deal of enthusiasm was manifested in
the proposition of a county-wide pub
licity organization Tsnd good results
(Aunt Ruth in Household Helps.)
''Electrolysis is expensive and pain
ful. Plain delatone removes super
fluous hair. Mix a little delatone 'with
enough water to cover the hairs, ap
ply and leave on for a minute or two,
then wipe off. wash the skin, and the
hairs will be gone.
"Regular and well colored eyebrows
and eyelashes add beauty to the face.
Thin and straggly lashes and brows
should be gently massaged daily with
pyroxin. This encourages their growth
and they soon will be long and lovely.
"Aches and pains destroy beauty.
Mother's Salve is penetrating and en
ters the pores at once, giving almost
instant relief. Just rub on briskly and
it will have a comforting, soothing ef
fect on pains and aches in back or
joints, sore muscles, praises, chill
blains, cold in the chest rheumatism
or neuralgia. .
"Glossy, well kept hair is always ad
mired, but frequent washing dulls and
deadens the hair. Any woman can
keep her hair light, fluffy and beauti
fully lustrous by dry shampooing.
Mix four ounces of powdered orris root
and a package or therbx, sprinkle a
little on the head, brush out and your
hair is clean and wavy. Therox re
moves oil, dust and dandruff.
"A complexion beautlfier that will
not rub off or show like powder is
made easily by dissolving a package of
mayatone in a half pint of witch hazel.
Gently massage face, neck and arms
with this lotion dally, and the skin
will be soft lovely, smooth and satiny.
Mayatone prevents the growth of hair.
The Best Cough fyrup is
Easily Made at Home
Costs Little and Acts Quickly.
Money Refunded If It Falls.
This recipe makes a pint of cough
syrup, and saves you about $2.00 as com
pared with ordinary cough remedies. It
stops obstinate coughs even whooping
cough in & hurry, sod ia splendid for
sore lungs, asthma, croup, hoarseness
and other throat troubles.
Mix one pint of granuiaied sugar with
pint of warm water, and stir for S
luinutes. Fut 24 ounces of Pinex ( nfty
cente' worth) v in a putt bottle, and add
the Sugar Syrup. Take a teaspoonful
every one, two or three Hours, uastea
This takes rant hold of a eoush and
gives almost instant relief. It stimu
lates the appetite, and is slightly laxa
tive both excellent features.
Pinex, as perhaps you know, is tin
most valuable concentrated compound of
Norway white pine extract, rich in
guaiacol and the other natural healing
No other preparation will do the work
of Pinex in this recipe, although strained
honey can be used instead of the sugar
syrup, if desired.
Thousands of housewives in the United
States and Canada now use this Pinex
and Sugar Syrup recipe. This plan has
often been imitated, bat the old success
ful formula has never been equaled. Its
low cost and quick results have made it
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or
money promptlv refunded, goes with this
rcipo. Your drucrrnt has Pinex, o- will
C?t it, for vou If no, send to The
Pines Co, Ft. Wayne, Ind.
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