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ARMY RED TAPE
Presidential Commission Criticises the
Bxtravnsrancc and Old-Time
Methods In Practice.
Washington, I. C, Jan. 16. Some
thins of a sensation was caused here
in army circles by the scathinfr criti
cism of the methods of the office of
the adjutant general of the war de
partment, in the report of the econ
omy and efficiency commission, to
Those methods were inaugurated by
Gen. Ainsworth, former adjutant gen
eral, and gained for the office the repu
tation of a "model office."
The report says that the office force
is widely scattered, and the personnel
of the different units of organization
so located, that the work cannot be
done to advantage. As an illustration
of defective organization, it is stated
that the work of subdivisions is so ar
ranged that a constant interchange ot
communication between these subdi
visions through the medium of an elab
orate messenger service is necessary.
The course taken by the average case,
due to the bad organization and obso
lete methods, says the commission, ne
cessitates 40 operations in the mail and
record divisions which have to taiie
administrative action in the case, a
total of 79 operations in connection
with the handling of the average piece
of incoming correspondence from the
time it is received in the office until
the reply Is prepared.
Another statement is that the office
methods are 25 years behind the times.
'"It is asserted that there has been an
insistent adherence, says tae commis
sion, "to an absolete method of indors
ing recording, carding and cross refer
ence which has stood in the way of im
proving these practices; that there has
been a slavish adherence to a system
and to precedents established in pre
vious years, as a result of -which there
has been built up in this office one
of the most elaborate and expensive
01 Xne BMBl ciauumni .i.iu. .----
plante for doing some very simple T
things that is to be found anywhere.
MIAMI GETS GLOBE PAPEB. .
AND GLOBE STAKTS AXOTHEB. .
Globe, Ariz., Jan. 16. Minneapolis
and St. Paul have nothing on Globe
and Miami lor a inenaiy niuei;i.iiiJ
over 'which is the greatest city in the
state. Globe has long consiaereu -Miami
as its suburb, although qontrary
to the belief of Miami. Recently the
Silver Belt, the daily paper published
in Globe, announced that it would be
issued from Miami in the future. This
gave Miami the chance to laugh at
Globe, but the Globites came back with
a proposition to start another paper.
Miami has developed into one of the
rich mining districts of Arizona and
has been putting on airs because of this
fact. Globe has long been the -home
of the famous Old Dominion mine and
one of the big copper camps of the
RAEf OF THE SPBXNG KIXD trnmv
LAYS THE DUST THURSDAY
It rained "Wednesday night. One of
those warm, gentle spring rains fell
before midnight Wednesday and con
tinued during the remainder of the
night The rain was not hard enough
j. mnr-e than soak the ground and
make the streets muddy, but it "was
".., -1 i.. i nt sinjl snuff the
SULXicie.111. iu jj .v. "- T.5-
life out of an embryo windstorm
WOULD DIVERT WATER FOR
IRRIGATION AT COLUMBUS
Santa Fe, N. M., Jan. 16. Application
for a water right has been made to
the state engineer by William I. Hobbs,
of Columbus. K. M. He asks to divert
15 4 second feet from .the flood waters
of Stevenson draw by direct diversion,
to irrigate 1120 acres of land. A dam 81
feet long 14 feet "Wide and fiTe and a
half feet high will be built.
KAS S CITY EATS BUFFALO
STEAKS FR03I NEW MEXICO
Las Vegas, N- M-, Jan. 16. "Buffalo"
Jones is preparing to ship another car
of buffalos to JCansas City. Jones, Tvho
owns a buffalo ranch near here, sent
eighi of the aboriginal animals to the
Kansas City market, -where they were
slaughtered and buffalo steak served
in a number of the downtown restau
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. She 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. This is a medicine for
external application and so penetrating
in its nature as to thoroughly lubricate
every muscle, nerve and tendon in
volved during the period before baby
comes. It aids nature by expanding
tie skin and tissues, relieves tender
ness and soreness, and perfectly pre
pares thfl svstem
for natural and 1&ffir3tl ,- 9j
is- sold at drug
stores. Write for free book for ex
pectant mothers, which contains much
8RADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga.
umkh c u wu m 9 m
U. S. Department
WILLIS L. MOORE. Chief.
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El Paso, Thursday. .Jan. 16, 1913.
El Paso and vkinity Unsettled to
night and Friday; colder Friday.
Jfew Mexico Cloudy, with local snow
north portion tonight or Fridi; warm
er northwest portion tonight; colder
northwest portion Friday.
West Texas Unsettled tonight ana
WATER TANKS AND
Monday Aill Be Payday at Fort JHisa
and $50,000 Will IJe Distributed
Among the Enlisted Men.
They are painting Fort Bliss red.
Real paint is being used for the two
water tanks out there. The standpipe
in the smaller of the two tanks burst
during the recent cold sejl and it is
being encased in a frame so that it
will not break again. The flagpole
in the center of the parade ground is
also being painted, but black paint Is
being used there.
Out on the range the machine gun
platoon of the 18th infantry is at prac
tice. The men have been engaged in
this work for a week.
Where the street car turns up the
hill back of the Fort Bliss postofHte
teams and men are at work grading
the approach. Prisoners -are using
picks and shovels in the work Col.
Frank West oversees the work to see
that it is properly done.
It is not known at the post when
Gen. E. Z. Steever will return from
"Washington, as the meetings of the
army board are still In session there.
"Mnnrtni- Will Tie- PnTdaT.
Next Monday will be payday and I
all the men will receive their Decem
ber salary, which will come from Fort
Sam Houston. About J50.000 will be
distributed among the enlisted men at
the post. The next payday will come
earlier, for then Capt. A. P. "Watts,
who is stationed at' Fort Bliss, and
who has been appointed paymaster as 1
well as quartermaster, will dole out
the dollars, and the men will not have
to wait for the money to come from
Lieut. F. B, Hunter, of the 2d cav
alry, is confined to his quarters on ac
count of a severe cold.
The officers of the 2d cavalry,
mounted on their fine blooded horses,
had their pictures taken on the parade
ground Wednesday afternoon.
iTlVaieS r rami. nuutiion, j-ljmcu
Matthews and Felix Gozdzieski, of the
Privates Frank HolicheK, nayaen
; cavalry band, have been made cor-
New Leader for Band.
c F Waddington is now leader of
the 22d infantry band, having been
appointed chief musician of that or-
gamzauon to succeeu .ueuii j.ium,u.
who retired some time ago, after hav- ' Past 12 months are enumerated in the
ing served for 30 years. ! report of the chamber of commerce,
Capt. Chas. L. McKain of the lSth Just issued:
Infantry left Wedndesday for Fort Interested large capital in the re
Sam Houston, where he is to report to j clamation of more than 20,000 acres of
the medical officer for examination. ; fa"" land
He recentlv suffered an injury to his ! wld and shipped 26.000 head of cat
side. Lieut. John D. Brewer, formerly j tie at $764,090, getting $26 per head,
.ioiut,o,i !,t irnrt Lnran. Colo., and 1 on the average, about the 1911 nrlce.
assigned to the recruiting service, has 1
arrived at Fort Bliss and reported for
duty with the 18th infantry.
Promotions in lSth Infantry.
Several promotions have been made
In the 18th infantry. Sergt. Geo Bray
of company B, has been appointed
quartermaster sergeant of the quarter
masters corps and ordered to Fort
Worden, Wash, for duty; corporal
Earl F. Cockerill has been advanced
to the post of sergeant and private
Thomas Reilly has been made a cor
poral of company A; corporal Darious
Moore has been advanced to the post
of sergeant, and lance corporal Albert
Ashcraft has been made corporal In
company B; lance corporal James Wool
dridge, of -company C, has been made
BISBEE AGAIN HAS
ABUNDANCE OF WATER
Bisbee, Ariz., Jan. 16. For the first
time in more than a week the water
supply In Bisbee Is again adequate. By
employing a large force the water com
pany has succeeded in repairing suffi
cient leaks to Insure an adequate sup
ply cf -water.
At a meeting of-the Bisbee Business
Men's Protective association the fol
lowing officers were installed: C. M.
Hinkel, president; E. L. Crockett, vice
president; C. W. Kuth secretary, and
Sam Frankenberg, treasurer.
.United States attorney Morrison was
badly shaken up in an automobile ac
cident that occurred when, with a
party of friends, he was making a trip
to Douglas. The auto skidded and
was thrown against a telegraph pole.
J. J. Eosenfeld, of El Paso, has
leased the store formerly occupied by
the Palace saloon and will open a dry
Burglars made quite a haul at the
Bisbee Lumber company. More than
$100 worth of cutlery and a fine suit
of clothes were stolen.
NEW MEXICO SUPREME COURT.
Santa Fe. N. M.. Jan. 1G. .The
supremo court of the state of New
Mexico yesterday handed down the
No. 1481 Smith & Kicker vs. Hill
brothers, from Torrance county; re
versed. Nc. 1504 Vorenberg Mercantile com
pany vs. Elijah Bosserman, on appeal
from Mora county; reversed.
No. 14S5 M'iton Dow. administrator
for the estate of M. B. Adkinson A
Sons, vs. J. A. Simpson, on appeal from
Torrance-county; motion for rehearing
granted and case set for argument
N. 1438 La Cueva Ranch company
vs. Juan N. Rodriguez et als, on appeal
from Mora county; motion for a re
hearing granted and case set for argu
ment February 2.
No. 1506 J. B, Daughtry vs. Clara
Murry, et al, on appeal from Quay
county; submitted on briefs.
No. 1412 A. L. Morgan and the
American Surety company, of New
York, vs. Nathan Salmon, on appeal
from Santa Fe county; argued and
MARSHALL TO HUNT IN ARIZONA.
Chicago. III., Jan. 16 Vico presi
dent elect Marshall and Mrs. Marshall
Flopped here on their wa to Arizona,
vh if thev -will )it fi lends The vice
t -id nt 1 1 1 m ri !um 1 Fom. hunt
r '(inilf vr,ii f p its to hurt wlul'1
a tiie west. Tfc j UZt t re last night
Friday; colder tonwdit in the Panhandle;
El Paso Readings.
6 a. m. 6 p. m.
Barometer (sea level 30.04 30. 04
Dry thermometer 48 62
Wet thermometer 46
Dew point 43
Relative humidity 85
Direction of wind 'SW.
Velocity of wind 8
State of weather Bain.
Rainfall last 24 hours 20'
Highest temp, last 24 hrs.. 66
Lowest temp last 12 hrs.. 48
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark, 11.0 feet. Rise in last
24 hours, 0.5 foot.
VALUES ARE LARGE
Assessed Valuation Exceeds 312.000,000
and Bonded Indebtedness Is Less
Clifton, Ariz., Jan. 16. A. L. Terry,
clerk of the board of supervisors, has
completed his annual report of Green
lee county. According to the report, the
total assessed valuation of property in
Greenlee county for the year 1912,
amounted to J12.67S.004. SI and the total
bonded indebtedness of the county is
placed at $268,264.70, of this amount.
$147,361.70 is the bonded indebtedness
which existed at the time Greenlee
county was created and which was as-
sumed by this county. The total
amount of warrants paid by the treas
urer is $175,513.60.
The building of a wagon road be
tween Clifton and Metcalf seems to be
an assured fact. The road is to be 14
feet wide, and it is estimated that It
will cost $15,000.
The question of the closing of the
all night saloons is Joeing agitated. The
town council is to uecide whether the
saloons will stay open only until mid-
niht nr nit lalon th,n 1 ,lnl-
nSht, or not later than 1 oclock.
BIG THINGS IN A
YEAR IN TUCSON
Tucson. Ariz., Jan. 16. Some of the
things Tucson has accomplished In the
. . Seen the Pioneer smelter at Sahuar
ita open and hundreds of miners re
sume work since the rise in the copper
Given $60,006 to aid the El Paso and
Southwestern in getting into Tucson.
Received back from the El Paso and
Southwestern the $60,000 gift in the
form of a Y. M. C. A. fund.
Ereoted new buildings to the value
Brought about bank clearings ex
ceeding those of 1911 by 10 percent
QUAY COUNTY FINDS
CONVICT LABOR HIGH
Tucumcari. N. M., Jan. 16. Quay
county is not strong for convict labor.
It has been found that the cost of main
taining a convict camp, even a small
one, is excessive, compared to the
amount of road work the honor men
will do. This has been demonstrated
In actual work done in this county.
The west side of Pecos river road is
an example of this. Its cost was ex
cessive and the highways commission
believes that neither the county nor
the state saved anything on this
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your answer is there. What is the Hay
Pauneefote treaty? What were the ben
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polar discoveries? What is the popula
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penalties for crime in the various
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needs a reference library within hand's
CZAIt OBJECTS TO BROTIIEIt'S
MAKRIAGE; STItll'S HIM OP ItAXK
St Petersburg, Russia, Jan. 16. Be-
cause he married a woman In private
me against the wish ot the emperor,
grand duke Michael, brother of em
peror Nicholas, was today removed
from his lofty rank in the army anl
forced to turn over his property and
affairs to a guardian.
Tne imperial manifesto states that
these steps are taken by the emperur
"to mark his disapproval of the recent
niarriage of the grand duke to Madame
STRIKKRS IX XBW YORK
y XOW XinilJER OVER 200,000
New York, JanJ6. Seldom has New
York city been the scene of more labor
un'tbt than at present Between 150,
000 and .100,000 garment workers ire
striking for more lay and better work
ing conditions, 16 000 -waiters threaten
to quit todav, and in Yonki-rs, just
atim f thi eitj lino the str . t railw ly
(m t, x" n t moved a .r si"
JiUi 1 f' hi 5- uf garri( rt wi- .-
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Train Bulletin. !
Train No. 3. on the Southwestern, the
Golden State limited, due at 3:50 p. m.. .
from the east is reported to arrive at
4-30 p m. Southern Pacific train No.
from the west, due at 5:12 p. m., 1
is reported to arrre ai p- ""
& Pacific train No. 6, from the east
due at 9:05 p. m., is reported to arrive
at 10:05 p. m. All other afternoon and
night trains are reported on time for
Why pay $1.00 per hour when you 1
can get your -svorit uuue u i pci
hour? We employ union labor; lowest
prices on materiaL
ftuallty House, 110 N. Stanton St,
Texas Electrical Supply. Company.
Auto Ambulance, Peak Undertaking Co.
Mexican Herald on sale at news
wkgon, Oregon and San Antonio.
Dynamite Explodes Aboard Ship.
Nanaimo, B. a, Jan. 16. When leav
ing the harbor here with a cargo com
prising 2600 cases of dynamite, the
steamer Oscar took Are and was
beached on Protection Island. The
powder exploded, every plate glass
,., -rAHinn. wgfAi fmnt ninrr
broken and several persons seriously
Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg. .
Dr. Camcon, dentist 228 Mesa Ave.
Dr. Anna Ream, Buckler Bldg.
BEEF AND BROOJIS BY MAIL.
a .n.ii. v.i Psn" hrnom. and six
cans of jerked beef were the novelty
offerings of the parcels post Wednes
day. The broom went to. New Mexico
and the beef to Mexico.
Notice to Taxpayers.
State and county taxes for 1912 will
become delinquent If not paid prior to
Feb. 1st 1913. ., T ,. t.
Commencing Monday, Jan. 13th, the
office ivll be open from 7 to 9 oclock
in the evening to accommodate those
who cannot eome in the day time.
Will L Watson,
County Tax Collector.
Mylins 3Iay Be Barred by U. S.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 16. The
right to enter the United States of
Edward F. Mylius, detained by the im
migration authorities at New York de
pends now entirely upon secretary
Nagel's decision whether the crime for
which he was convicted in London- of
libeling king George V, was seditious
libel or criminal libel. It is under
stood that secretary Nagel holds
criminal libel to be a crime involving
For bouse wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegrirpnone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street
Dr. Bryan, dentist 107 Bl Paso street
C. H. Williams & Co., 223 S. Stapton,
uptodate wallpaper and papering.
Collapse After Trial. v
Chicago, 111., Jan. 16. Dr. William
T. Kirby, former head of the Kirby
Savings bank, who recently was or
dered to jail by United States district
judge Landis, is in a local hospRal in
a state of collapse. Dr. Kirby and his
wife are at liberty on a $30,000 bond
pending an appeal of their case to the
United States court of appeals.
pr. Jones, Foot Specialist, Mills Bldg.
Open at night by appointment Phone 78S
Dr. Ebert, Dentist Z1G-Z1S Mills Bldg.
Dr. Klein, diseases or lungs, stomach.
Intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Alleged Robber Is Caught.
Boston. Mass., Jan. 16. The lone
bandit who has held up half a dozen
railroad ticket offices in New York
and Pennsylvania the last month, was
captured in this city, the police believe,
when William J. Clayton, a husky
young man, was taken into custody,
after a sensational chase.
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopthlc Inflnnnry.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missonri street
Dr. H. M. Ratllff, dentist, 204-5-6 Ca
Three Killed by Explosion.
Peoria, HI.. Jan. 16. Three men,
local resident, were killed b ex
plosion at the Crescent coalmine near
here. County mine inspectr 's Condon
and Dunlap took charge of (the rescue
work. All were dead, apparently from
gas, when reached by the rescue party.
Dr.Morfora, obstetrics, diseases of chil
dren & kidneys. Fevers, digestive & nerv
ous diseases. 212 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Garrett, stomach, intestines and
Convicted on Fraud Charge.
New Orleans, La., Jan. 16. Albert V.
Rnthven, of Keokuk, Iowa, said to be
the inventor of a safety appliance for
the prevention of railway accidents,
was convicted in the United States dis
trict court of using the mails to de
fraud, and sentenced to three years in
the Atlanta penitentiary and to pay a
line of $1000.
Dr. Nettle Satterlee, osteopath, 413
Mills Bldg., Phone 141.
Dr. Jamicson. diseases or kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg.
Get Jurors for Hyde Trial.
Kansas City, Mo.. Jan. 16. Of the 47
veniremen from whom a jury will be
chosen for the third trial of Dr. B.
Clarke Hyde, charged with the murder
of CoL Thomas H. Swope, four Jurors
have been obtained.
Dr. J.H. Paget, 501 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Chiropodist, Mrs. Benson, Herald Bldg.
Gem Electric Co 601 San Antonio St
Enter Grom "Went Xotr.
The Southwestern trains now enter
the union station yards from the "west
The crossing at the smelter road Is be
ing paved and the east entrance to the
station yards is blocked.
Prompt Transfer Service.
For prompt baggage, livery, hack
and freight transfer, call Pomeroy's El
Paso Transfer. Phone 2444.
The latest fad is to entertain the
ydung folks at the Auditorium on
The Army of
Is Growing Smaller Every Day.
LIVER PILLS e
only give relief
Dtts, h&'gcitioa, Sick Htadicie, Siflsw Sea.
SMALL PILL, SMALLDOSE, SHALL PRICE
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flLTA VISTA TO GET
Mayfield Realty Company
. Buys Property on Rio
Grande and Boulevard.
Alta Vista is to be made one of the
best improved residence districts in
the city. The Mayfield Realty com
pany will build there 45 residences to
coat $140,000. They will range in price
from $2500 to $3500, and will be built
on Boulevard and Rio Grande streets,
In Ttocciat'. oAAiin Th, TirODertV On
which they will be built has been pur j.
chased from L. M. Turner ana ivaum.
Davis at a cost of $29,000, and in
cludes lots 17 to 32, block 85, lots li
to 32, block 86, lots 13 to IS, block 95,
lots 22 to 32. block 98, lots 1 and 2 and
15 'and 16 block 94, lots 14 to 16, block
93, lots 1 to 4 and half of 5 in block
92, all on Rio Grande street in Bas
sett addition. 1
Begins on Another Bungalow.
This company has started work on a
six room bungalow in the 1900 block
on Boulevard, which is to cost $3800,
and is plastering the house of George
W. Cameron, at 1904 Boulevard, which
will be completed February 10. The
two story seven room brick residence,
which this company is building in Jhe
1960 block on Boulevard, is being
roofed. It' will cost $5500.
J E. Neff has sold to & F- Johnson
a 'six room brick bungalow on Dallas
street between Rio Grande and Mon
tant streets for $5060. The house was
recently completed and the sale was
made .through the Newman Investment
Four Room House Sold.
H. E. Cold well has bought from Mrs.
A. E. McClure, the four room house
at 2319 Wyoming street for $2006. Haw
kins Brothers made the sale.
1 Two Stores to Be Added.
Two more storh are to be added to
the Roberts-Banner building, on Mesa
and Mills streets. The building is now 1
five stories, and win be enlarged to
seven stories. The Roberts-Banner
building was one of the first concrete
buildings to be erected in El Paso, the
Caples and the Rio Grande bank build
isgs being built before the Roberts -Banner
block. The enlargement nas
been made necessary by the demand
for offices In the building. It was
originally planned for four stories, nut
a fifth was added and not finished
inside. Later this story was completed
and occupied. An additional elevator
will also be put in commission. It is
now in place, but not in service.
WOMAN AT 35 MOTHER
OF 27 CHILDREN
Cleveland, Ohio, Jan. 16. At 35 years
of age Mrs. William G. Clark of Cleve
land is the mother of 27 children.
With two sets of quadruplets, three
sets of triplets and five sets of twins,
she probably has been treated more
generously by the stork than any other
woman In the United States.
The last set of quadruplets, all boy.3,
would now be 16 weeks old had they
lived. Just previous to their birth
Mrs. Clark was injured in a gas ex
plosion in her home.
Of her 27 children, six are now liv
ing. Roland, 19, Is the oldest and
Hubbard, 2 the youngest; Viol, 22,
died test summer. The others are:
Irene. 16; Lester, 15; William, 6, and
Edward, 3. ..,.
Mrs. Clark is of medium height
about 5 feet 5 inches, and is stocklly
1 Her mother had 28 children, twins
and trlalets, ajl of whom lived. ' .
Her grandmother had 29 children,
triplets and quadruplets.
Mrs. Clark was born in France. Aft
er the French custom of ea,rly mar
riages, she was wed at 12.
At 13 Mrs. Clark gave birth to trip
lets. - .
TEXAN IS GIVEN SILVER
MEDAL FOR AVLu 3iu is A'iiis.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 16. Among
the awards for heroism made today by
the Carnegie hero fund commission
Was a silver medal to Austin M. Mor
gan, of Cleburne. Tex. Morgan, who
is a real estate dealer, saved William
E. Mason, minister, from assassination,
in Cleburne on Dec. 7, 1907.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern' Fnel Co.
Against Your Time
A Few Days 'Will Be Sufficient to Prove That
You Are Curable
A few minutes of your time for a,
few days and I will demonstrate to
you, without expense to yourself, that
I have a medicine that drives Urle Acid
poison from the system and by so do
ing cures kidney trouble, bladder
trouble and rheumaitsm. I don't ask
you to take my word for It but sim
ply want you to let me send you some
of this medicine so that you can use
I am trying to convince sufferers
from these diseases that I have some
thing far better than the usual run of
remedies, treatments and such things,
and the only way I can demonstrate
that fact is to go to the expense of
compounding the medicine and sending
it out free of charge. This I am glad
to do for any sufferer who will take
the time to write me. Understand. I
will not send you a so-called "sample,
proof or test treatment" nor will I
send you a package of medicine and
say that you can use some of it and
pay for the rest but I will send you a
supply free of charge and you will not
be asked to pay for this gift nor will
you be under any obligations.
All I want to hhow is that you have
a disease for which my medicine is in
tended, as it is not a "cure-all," and I
give herewith some of the leading
symptoms of kidney, bladder and rheu
matic troubles. If you notice one or
more of these symptoms you need this
medicine, and I will be glad to send
you somiof it if you will Write me the
numbers Tf the symptoms you have,
give your age, and your name and ad
dress My address is Dr. T. Prank
Lvnott 9080 Deagan Building. Chicago,
111. You promise me nothing: you pay
me nothing for it All 1 ask, so there
shall be no mistake, is that you send
me the numbers of your symptoms or
a description In your own words, and
that you take the medicine according
to the directions I send you. It is my
way of getting publicity for my medi
cine so that it will become widely
You will agree when you have used
it that it dissolves and drives out uric
acid poison. It tones the kidneys so
that they work in harmony with the
bladder. It strengthens the bladder so
that frequent desire to urinate and
other urinary disorders are banished.
It stops rheurratic aches and pains im
mediately. It dissolves uric acid crys
tals so that back and muscles no long
er ache and crooked joints quickly
straighten out. It reconstructs the
blood and nerves so that you soon feel
healthier and more vigorous, sleep bet
ter and eat better and have energy
throughout the day. It does all this,
and yet contains nothing injurious and
is absolutely vouched for according to
Sufferers from these dreadful and
dangerous distases ca-i urelv affoid to
-T' 'ui a it w m nutes each uav tor i i
few Uavs to df monsti ate to thi'r own I
lf 1(1.00 if liuj a . iU.J.' le e-.- I
REV. DR. JACKSON
HAS WORDS OF PRAISE
Pastor of Cedar Valley Bap
tist Church Talks of
The Rev. Dr. M. C Jackson, pastor of
the West Dallas Cedar Valley Baptist
church says that he would not take
anything for the benefit he has re
ceived from Plant Juice. Rev. Jackson
is 63 years old and an eloquent anl
zealous worker. Previous to his pres
ent charge he was pastor for ten years
"I have had a great deal of trouble
with my liver, also constipation and a
catarrhal condition of the head. I f r -quently
became dizzy and had head
aches constantly. I read sd many fine
things about Plant. Juice I was sure
that It must be -worthy, so tried it I
have taken one bottle and have been
greatly benefitted. My head is clea-,
my nervous system toned up and I
feel fine and strong."
Ministers everywhere have found
Plant Juice highly beneficial in Its in
vigorating and vitalizing effects when
they become run down and debilitated
from nervous strain as a result cf
their exacting work.
For all derangements of the stoir
acn, liver, kidneys and blood Plant
Juice is without an equal. If you hav.
indigestion, biliousness, poor appetite,
nervousness, insomnia, catarrh, rheu
matism or Jast feel tired out you wul
be surprised at the quick results.
Kelly & Pollard sell it Advertisement
PHOENIX, ARIZ.. DOES A
BIG PARCELS POST BUSINESS
Washington. D. C-, Jan. 16. Phoenix.
Ariz., is among the 50 cities of the
country that did the largest parce s
post business the first week after tlc
parcels 'post was inaugurated. Janua. y
1-7, according to a report today of .h"
postoffice department During the
first week the Phoenix office hand!- 1
1315 parcels post packages. Of the"
565 were Incoming packages and T30
outgoing parcels. A report was not
made public of the El Paso business.
Contractors, look over our sash and
doors and save money. Lander Lum
SPECIAL SPANISH DISHES
EVERY DAY AT SHELDON CAFE.
heated to a
be sure that the croquettes
have an unbroken coating
of egg and crumbs. They
will come to a rich brown
color in less than 60 seconds
after dropping into the
Crusto is tetter than ciiolce
butter for frying and all cooiang
Magnolia Cotton Oil Company
DR. FRANK T. LYSOTT,
Who "V III Send Medicine to Anyone
Free of Charge.
pecially when you consider no expend
is Involved, and I willingly give j uu
my time and my medicine. All any
fair-minded afflicted person -wants ti
know is if & certain thing will cu'-e
HIM or HER, and here is an oppor
tunity to find out without cost oblir
tion or important loss of time. THES
FEW DAYS may be the turning point
in your life.
All who are interested enough to
write me for the free medicine will
also receive atopy of my large illus
trated mHlil Kiwlr ,-1.1-x.
these diseases thoroughly. It is the
largest book of the kind ever writt, n
lire oiauiDBuon. ana a new edi
tion Is just being printed. I will also
wr"e you a letter of diagnosis and
medical advice that should be of gre t
help to you: but in order to do this 1
must know- that you need my medicine
Write me the numbers of the symptoms
that trouble you. and your age, and I
will promptly carry" out my promises
Show an inclination to be cured an i
you will be.
These Are the Symptoms:
1 Pala In the bark.
" Too frequent desire to urinate.
3 Burning or obstruction of urine
-1 Pain or serenex-i In the bladder.
5 Prostatic trouble.
6 Gas or pain la the stomach.
7 General debility, weakness, diz
ziness. S Pain or soreness under right rib
Swelling In any part of the body
J?"" Eons.tip?.tlon or Uv trouble.
II Palpitation or pnln under the
2 Pain In the hip Joint.
13 Pain in the seek, or head.
14 I'aln or soreness in the kidneys.
fr Palo or snrclling of the muscles.
l I am and soreness In nerves.
Is .-ute or eSsi-onle rheumatism