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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, Nov. 21, 1912
A Genuine Rupture Cure
Sent On Trial To Prove It
Don't Wear a Truss Any Longer
After Thirty Years'
9 and Children That
If yoa have tried most everything
else, come to me. Where others Sail to
where I have my greatest success.
Send attached coupon today and I will
send you free my Illustrated book on
Rupture and its cure, showing my Ap
pliance ana giving you prices and
names o many people who have tried
it and were cured. It is instant relief
when all others fail. Remember, I
use no salves, no harness, no lies.
I send on trial to prove what I say
is true Tou are the judge and once
having seen my illustrated book and
read it you will be as enthusiastic as
ray hundreds of patients whose letters
ou can also read. Fill out free cou
pon below and mail today. It's well
worth your time whether you try my
Appliance or not.
Mr " C. E Brooks,
Perhaps it will interest you to know
that I have been ruptured six years
and have always had trouble with it
till I got your Appliance. It is very
easy to wear, fits neat and snog ana
is not in the way at anv time, day or
nisht ?n fact, at times I did not know
I had it on; it just adapted itself to
the shape of the body, and seemed to
be a part of the body, as It clung to the
spot, no matter what position I was in.
It would be a veritable God-send to
the unfortunate who suffer from rup
ture if all could procure the Brooks
Rupture Appliance and wear it- They
would certainly never regret it.
Mr rupture is now all healed up and
nothing ever did it but your Appliance.-
whenever the opportunity presents u
self 1 will say a good word for your
Appliance, and also the honorable way
in which you deal with ruptured peo
ple. It is a pleasure to recommend a
good thing among your friends or
strangers I am,
Yours very sincerely,
JAMES A. BRITTON,
80 Spring St. Bethlehem, Pa.
C E Brooks,
I feel it my duty to let you and
also all people afflicted as I was, know
what your Appliance has done for me.
I have been ruptured for many years
and have worn many different trusses,
hut never srot any relief until I got
ok Appliance. I put it on last No-J
emBer. but had very little faltn in it.
but must say I am now cured. I have
Easy to Get Rid of Dandruff
And Stop Hair From Falling
Parisian Sage Hair Tonic W ill Make Any Person's Hair
Luxuriant and Fascinating.
LOOK OUT FOR
Give Parisian Sage a chance to drive
every particle of disgusting dandruff
from your hair.
Give it a chance to soak into the hair
roots and stop the hair from falling
Tou won't be sorry if you do you'll
be dandruff dirty all your life if you
And when you get a bottle of Par
isian Sage yon are not throwing any
money away, because it is guaranteed
to eradicate dandruff; to stop falling
What long nerve-racking days of
constant torture what sleepless nights
of terrible agony itch itch itch,
eeBstant ite, until it seemed that I
must tear off my very akin then
Instant relief my skin cooled,
soothed and healed!
The very first drops of D. D. D. Pre
scription for Eczema stopped that aw
ful itch instantly; yes, the very mo
ment D. D. D. touched the burning skin
trie torture ceased. A 30c bottle proves
D D. D. has been known for years as
TESTIMONY GIVEN IN
WATER RIGHTS CASE
Alamogorde Sab IrriKatlag Tile Com
pany Prepares to Inxtal Machin
ery and Begin Work.
Alamogordo. N. M.. Nov. 21 Testi
mony has been taken before C. P.
Downs, special examiner, and A. M.
Major, reporter, in the case of J. L.
Johnson and L- E. Lumley vs. Jose Ro
mero et aL The case grew out of in
junction proceedings to determine
rights of various parties to certain wa
ters near Tularosa, in this county. The
water rights of the Immediate town of
Tularosa are not Involved in the pro
ceedings, only the outskirts of the
town, especially northward. About 20
witnesses were examined and their tes
timony will be transcribed and go be
fore district judge E. L. Medley, of Las
Truces, at which time it will he argued
by attorneys for both sides.
The Alamo Sub Irrigating Tile com
pany, a recent organization in this city,
held a meeting here and arranged for
the instalatlon of machinery recently
ordered. Several large contracts for
the output of the plant were consid
Every reliable make is earned m stock See us for good poods at lower
prices than elsewhere. HAIL ORDERS GIVEN CAREFUL ATTENTION.
Shelton-Payne Arms Co.
Experience I Have
J ..-, Wsmm&m MM, Wmmmmf
The above is C. E. It root's Inventor of the Appliance, itBo cured
himself nnil win has been curing other for over
30 years. If raptured, write him today.
laid it away have had it off for two
weeks and doing all kinds of farm
work with ease. While I was wearing
it, I had lajsrlppe and coughed a great
deal but it held all right. Words can
not express my gratitude towards you
and your Appliance. Will recommend
it to all ruptured people.
Bald Prairie, Texas. J. E. LONG.
Others Failed But
the Appliance Cured
Mr. C. E. Brooks,
Tour Appliance, did all you claim
for the little boy and more, for it
cured him sound and well. We let
him wear it for about a year in
all. although it cured him 3 months
after he bad begun to wear it. We
had tried several other remedies and
got no relief, and I shall certainly
recommend it to friends, for we surely
owe it to you. Tours respectfully.
No. 717 S. Main St.. Akron, O.
hair and itching scalp in two weeks,
or money bade
It is not a dye and does not contain
poisonous lead; if you think lead that
colors the hair is safe to use ask your
doctor or druggist.
Parisian Sage kills the dandruff
germ because of its peculiar power to
get to the roots of the hair; right
where the germs thrive and multiply.
But besides killing the germs it sup
plies nourishment to the hair; stops it
from falling out. and causes it to growi
thick and luxuriant.
Parisian Sage is a most delightful
hair dressing, not sticky or greasy. A
large bottle for only 56 cents at drug
gists, department stores and toilet
foods counters everywhere. Kelly &
ollard guarantee it.
the only absolutely reliable eczema
remedy, for it washes away the disease
germs and leaves the skin as clear
and healthy as that of a child.
All other druggists have D D. D.
Prescription go to them it you can't
come to us but don't accept some big
But if you come to our store, we are
so certain of what D. D. D. will do for
you that we offer you a full size bottle
on this guarantee: If you do not find
that it takes away the itch AT ONCE,
it costs you not a cent.
Kelly & Pollard, druggists. (Adv.)
ered. It is expected that the plant will
begin operation in the next two weeks.
The output of this concern will have
a far reaching effect on the irrigation
problem in this valley, as only about
one-fourth of the water will be re
quired, and will be much more efective
than surface irrigation, it is claimed.
The girls of the city high school have
organized a volley ball team and 'will
take up the -work of practicing at
once. The team will drill for a game
with Tularosa during the school con
test to be held in this city next month
T. J. Shaw and ramily, of Florida,
are now residents of Alamogordo, hav
ing come here for the benefit of the
climate of this section. They are occu
pying the Murphy home, in the eastern
part of the city.
TO ELECT COMMISSIONERS
AND WATER BOSS DEC. 2
Tularosa, N. M., Nov. 21. For the
purpose of electing three ditch com
missioners and a water boss, commis
sioners of the Tularosa Community
ditch have called an election for De
To clean it out in a hurry. 350 rolls
slightly damaged roofing at half price.
Lander Lumber Co.
d An Appliance for
lly Cures Rupture.
Cured At the Age of 76.
Mr. C. E. Brooks, Marshall, Mich.
T beeran iisine- vnur Annliance for the
cure of rupture (I had a pretty bad 1
case) l think in May, isos. un .Novem
ber 29. 1905, I quit using it. Since that
time I have not needed or used it- I
am well of rupture and rank myselr
among those cured by the Brooks Dis
covery, which, considering my agL 76
years, I regard as remarkable.
Very sincerely yours.
Hight Point, N. C. SAM A HOOVER.
Child Cured In Four Months
21 Jansen St.. Dubuaue Iowa.
Mr. C. E. Brooks, Marshall. Mich. )
Dear Sir:-r-The baby's rupture is al
together cured, thanks to your appli
ance, and we are so thankful to you.
If we could only have known of it
sooner our little boy would not have
had to suffer near "as much as he did.
He wore your brace a little over four
months and bas not worn it now for
sir weeks. Tours very truly,
MARRIED LIFE THE THIRD YEAR
Helen Views Some Antique
FEmiture That Is to Be
Sold at AuctieH.
gnp HIS might be worth looking up."
1 said 'Warren, pointing to an
auction sale announcement as he
threw the newspaper into Helen's lap.
"They may have some pretty good stuff
"The entire stock of Ernest Weldi
mere's 'antique shop,' consisting of
many rare specimens of old English,
French and colonial furniture, to be
sold at auction.
"Mr. Weidlmere is retiring from
business, and his choice collection of i
furniture, curios, porcelains, carvings,
etc will be offered without reserve.
Sale commences Saturday, November
23, at 1 octock. Onview at the Van
Nortan Auction rooms. Catalogs may
be had on application."
"Oh. that does sound. Interesting,"
exclaimed Helen, as she glanced
through the notice. "And I remember
the shop, don't you? It was just
around the corner from Fourth ave
nue. He had some very good things."
"Yes. passed there the other day, a
'building coming down' sign was up
then. This may be a genuine sale, but
most of them are fakes."
"Fakesr How, dear?"
"Well, they put goods up at auction,
and then protect them. Buy most of it
in themselves. But you might go
around and take a look at the stuff
see what they've got."
As their new apartment was so
much larger than the eld one, they
had many things still to buy. They
both loved old furniture, and Helen
has been haunting the antique shops.
It was her ambition to some, day have
their home entirely furnished in an
tiques. . So the next, morning she started out
to the auction rooms, where the goods
were adVertlsed to be- on view.
There was a pile of catalogs on
a table by the door. Helen took one.
and besan looking about with eager
The goods were attractively dis
played. The larger pieces of furniture
lined the walls, while a number ot
tables, down the middle of the room'
were laden with interesting old cu
rios, potteries and porcelains. Some
old tapestries and rugs and a few paint
ings hung about.
A number of prospective bidders
were already there, examining the col
lection and making notes in their cat
alogs. Antique Dek a 'Hit.
Helen had paused before a large an
tique desk with a bookcase above. It
was a fine old piece, big and roomy
just what they needed most, for War
ren's books had long ago overflowed
their bookcase, and they had no place
to put them.
The number was 389. She turned to
her catalog, "389 antique Sheraton
mahogany secretary." She wonderea
how much it would bring. Helen had
never bought anything at auction, but
she had the impression, as have most '
women, that everything should go ab
She marked this item with a brief
description on the margin of the cat
alog. She would ask Warren to
come and see it.
The next piece that claimed her at
tention was an old fashioned sewing
table. There were two small drawers
fitted with quaint wooden partitions
for needles and thread, anj underneath
was a green silk bag The silk was
old and faded, but that only showed
its genuineness, and could easilv be
Two women were examining a side
board nearby, and Helen could not
help but overhear their comments
'Those handles are new, and I m j
sure the claw feet have been put on, i
but I think t-ie rest of its genuine." I
Ten Reasons Why
You Should Send'f or Brooks
1. It is absolutely the only Appli
ance of the kind on the market today,
and in it are embodied the principles
J hat inventors have sought after for
J The Appliance for retaining the
rupture cannot be thrown out of posi
tion. 3 Beinir an air cushion of soft rub
ber it clings closely to the body, yet J
never blisters or causes irritation. 1
4 Unlike the ordinary so-called I
pads used in other trusses, it is not
cumbersome or ungaimy.
5. It is small, soft and pliable, and
positively cannot be detected through
6 The soft, pliable bands holding
the Appliance do not give one the un
pleasant sensation or wearing a har
ness. 7 There is nothing about it to get
foul, and when it becomes soiled it
can be washed without injuring it in
8. There are no metal springs in
the Appliance to torture one by cut
tins and bruising the flesh.
9. All of the material of wh!"h the
Appliances are made ij f lb-.- "er '
best that money can buy. .making it a
durable and safe Appliance to wear. .
14. My reputation for honesty and
fair dealing is so thoroughly estab
lished bv an experience of over thirty
years of dealing with the public, and
my prices are so reasonable, my terms
so fair, that there certainly should be
no hesitancy in sending free coupon
' I send my Appliance on trial to prove
what I say is true. You are to be
the judge. Fill out free coupon below
and mail today.
C. E. Brooks. 856-B, State St,
Please send me by mail in
plain wrapper your illustrated
book and full information about
your appliance for the cure of
R. F. D. , State. .......
-Yea, I think that" s old," pulling out
one of the drawers. "These look like
the original locks, hut they doctor
these things up so you can never feel
sure. Tou don t think its too long?"
"Let's measure and see' as she drew
a tiny tape measure from her hand
bag. "Five foot eight that's all right.
That space between your dining room
doors is just six feet."
This bit of conversation was to
Helen most interesting. "It showed a
knowledge of antique furniture that
she did not possess, and it showed, too.
the advisability of measuring any de
sired piece, to see if it would corres
pond with one's wall -space.
There were many other comments
equally instructive that Helen over
heard as she wandered through the
two large rooms crowded with an
tiques and reproductions.
One man, whom she knew was sl
dealer, -for she had seen him in his
own Fourth avenue shop, was going
through the goods with the swiftness
of an expert, making rapid notes in
As he passed Helen caught a glimpse
of figures down the page. Evidently
he was making the limit he would
pay for each article. She would have
given a great deal to have seen and
been able to copy some of those
"Oh. this is one of those old Paisley
shawls." A young woman was point
ing to a shawl that covered one ot
the tables Helen had one almost like
it, that had belonged to her mother,
but she had always heard it called
"I wouldn't pay over five dollars for
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it." remarked an older woman, who
was with her "Mrs. Edwards got a
much better one than that the other
day for seven."
Five dollars' thought Helen indig
nantly. She took up a corner of the
shawl as the women passed on. It
was almost an exact duplicate of her
mother's, which she. had prised so
highly, and had thought was worth at
least fifty' ,
On the same table were some old
ruby glass decanters. Helen was ad
miring these, when the two women
who had commented on the sideboard
Fake Kh(i- Glass.
"Reproductions!" as one of them took
up a decanter, rjt's almost impossible
to get any genuine rnby glass now.
This lusterware, too," examining a
small luster pitcher. There's a fac
tory over in Jersey turning these out
by the hundreds."
Helen was much impressed. Both
the decanter and the little luster
pitcher had looked to her to be genu
ine. But if she could not trust her
knowledge of these things, she felt
sure that she could detect the repro
ductions In furniture.
At la't. reluctantly, she left the
place. There was nothing Helen en
joyed more than wandering about
among antiques, and every moment she
had spent there had been an intense
On- the way home in the street car
she studied the catalog and could hard
ly wait until Warren came home to tell
him about it all.
But when he did come he looked
tired and irritable, and slfe decided to
wait until after dinner. However, dur
ing dinner he brought up the subject
"Well, did you see that stuff today?"
"Oh. yes, dear, and they've some won
derfal things there. Wait, I'll bring
yon the catalog"
She got out the catalog and showed
him the things she had marked.
Oh, if we could only get fhis," point
ing to the Item "389 Antique Shera
ton Mahogany Secretary." 'The book
case on top would hold all your books,
and the desk part is full of little draw
ers and pigeonholes, there's some se
cret drawers, too It's really an un;
"Cm-m, I don't know about those big
pieces. You don't want anything too
heavy; it'll dwarf all the other furni
ture." Helen Bnthasiastic.
"Oh, but Warren, the lines are so
good K doesn't look heavy. Just wait
till you see it. And here," pointing to
an item on the next page. want you
to look at this, too this long mahoga
ny mirror.. It's Just the right length to
hang over'our sideboard, And, on, this
old sewing table, ir It goes cheap, I
should love to have that"
"What's this?" asked Warren, point
ing to an item farther on. " 'Antique
Mahogany Cellaret' Did you see that?"
"No, dear, I don't remember."
"Well, if it's all right if it's a good
one, we miht take a chance at that
We need a cellaret"
"But, when can you go to see these
things, dear Could you stop by there
in the morning?"
"Don't know about that I've a pret
ty full day tomorrow."
"But the sale begins the day after."
"Well, you ought to be able to siae
up that stuff. You've been looking
around antique shops long enough to
know the value of the things we want"
"Oh, you mean for me to go to the
"Why not? If you look over the
goods beforehand, you ought to be able
to buy as well as anybody else. Make
up your mind what you want and what
you want to pay, and don't bid on any
thing else. Don't lose your head and
get rattled and buy a lot of stuff you
don't need, just because it's cheap.
That's what most women do at auc
tions." Helen had not dreamt that he would
want her to buy anything alone, and
now she was athrlll with excitement
and anticipation. She was eager to
show him she coulc buy at auction,
and that she could buy with discretion
and judgment '
All the rest of the evening she was
mentally fitting out their apartment
with rare old antiques exceptional
pieces which she felt she could get
for 'almost nothing." For this ia the
delusion of auctions.
The sale began Saturday. Never
had a two days' wait seemed so long.
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