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New Clothes For Mexicans
Interned at Fort Wingate,
N. M., Sent to Camp.
The Fort Wingate prisoners will hare
a new outfit of clothing to wear when
the are released, when the shipment
of J 10 000 worth of hats, shoes, Jomp
ers Jackets, women's clothing and chil
dren s dresses reach the Mexican fed
eral prison camp carload of cloth
ing for the Mexican prisoners was sent
from the El Paso quartermaster depot
Monday "Tor the prisoners who will have
a change of clothing to wear when they
are released b. the government and
permitted to return to Mexico The
shipment also included warm winter
Wankets and heavy underwear for the
Working Oat Plan.
The war, state and immigration de
partments of the United States gov
ernment are now conferring together
to work out a plan for the release of
th- Mexican prisoners at Fort Wingate.
It will be necessary to establish a spec
ial board of inquiry for the immigra
tion service to determine who of the
prisoners are to be permitted to re
main m the United States. Fort Win
gite will be made a temporary port of
entry and the prisoners and their fami
lies will be treated exactlv as if they
were immigrants, com.ng through the
TI Paso port from Mexico Those who
a-e rejected b the board will be de
ported tc Mexico and will be sent to
Fl Paso this being the nearest port.
The others will be permitted to remain
In the United States if thev desire.
One Serious Problem,
What to do with Salazar. Castillo and
Queedo continues to be a problem. It
Is probable that this will be solved by
permitting the Mexican government to
extradite them in the regular way uy
preferring charges against them for
their alleged crimes in Mexico
JIAREZ ADMITS FOODSTUFFS
DCTl FREE: RISII IS OV.
The duty for entrance of foodstuffs at
the port of Juarez was suspended at
midnight Mondav Foodstuffs and
general merchandise have been al
lowed to go through free for some
weeks, on an order of Gen. Villa, made
for the purpose of allowing merchants
in Chihuahua to get in stocks at a
price that would enable retailing in
Chihuahua at a "modest figure. There
was a rush Monday to enter goods rnd
the tards at the custom house are
piled with every kind, of merchandise.
One of the last big shipments to go
oer was 20y sacks of flour.
SMI GO LED INTO MEXICO.
Four cases of Mauser rifles, togeth
er with a considerable amount of am
munition, were crossed at a point near
Palomas. below Columbus, N MMon
d night. The munitions are now
stored at Palomas. Arrivals from
Palomas say that there have been no
reports recently of depredations by
filibusters and it is believed that the
iomez and Quevedo gangs haTe dis
"Yields To Lydia E. Pink
Elkhart, Ind.: "I suffered for four
teen years from organic inflammation,
pain and irregulari
ties. The pains in
my sides were in
creased by 'walking
or standing on my
feet and I had such
awful bearing down.
feelings, was de
pressed in spirits
and became thin and
pale with dull,heavy
eyes. I had six doc
tors from whom I received only tempo
rary relief. I decided to give Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a fait
trial and also the Sanative Wash. I have
now used the remedies for f onr months
and cannot express my thanks for what
they have done for me.
"If these hues will be of any benefit
you have my permission to publish
them." Mrs. Sadie Williams, 455
James Street, Elkhart, Indiana.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots andherbs,
contains no narcotic or harmful drugs,
and to-day holds the record of being the
most successful remedy for female ills
we know of, and thousands of voluntary
testimonials on file in the Pinkham
laboratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to
nrove this fact
If you have the slightest doubt
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound -will help you,-rrito
to Lydia E.Pi nkham Medicine Co.
(confidential) Lynn.Mass., f or ad
vice. Tour letter-will Iieancnnl.
read and answered by a tvoman,
and held in strict confidence.
GUINEA PIG HELPED IN THE DISCOVERY
OF THE GERM THAT CAUSES DANDRUFF
When Drs. Lasser and Bishop made
a pomade bv mixing scales of dandruff
and vaseline, which they afterwards
rubbed on a guinea pig, they were con
tributing to science store than they
knew The application of the salve
caused the pig to lose Its hair and be
This was merely one of the prelimin
ary steps which made possible the
discovery of Newbro's Herpicide. After
establishing beyond question the exist
ence of the dandruff germ, a remedy
was needed to kill this parasite
There was nothing which would do
this until Newbro's Herpicide was
placed upon the market. Being the
UK. ti. A. MAGRUDER
References Ask Anyone. Cnlon Clothing Co. Underaeata II.
CUIM PEACE IS !
Villa and Carranza Return
to El Paso; Go Next
After having brought about an
entirely peaceful settlement of the
delicate situation in Sonora. Francisco
Villa and Alfaro Obregon. accompanied
by their staffs, arrived in El Paso Tues
day morning The trip was made on
the same special train on which the
peace envoys left for J.ogaIes.
"AH matters in "sonora have been
satisfactorily and peacefully arranged,"
said Villa Tuesday This statement was
subscribed te by Obregon, who added
that the mediators had every hope of a
similar, satisfactory arrangement in
Durango, where the Arrleta brothers
have revolted, and to which point the
two peace envoys are now going.
Ovations For Leaders.
According to those on the train, the
tnp, going and coming, was 'one long
reception. At every point the towns
people turned out, and "whenever a stop
of even a half hour was made, speeches
were delivered. Throughout the nego
tiations and the trip the two command
ers were upon the most cordial terms.
Gen. Gil Military Head.
The party left Douglas late Monday
night, after visiting Agna Prleta and
being entertained by the citizens of
Douglas. The commander of the Agua
Prieta trrlson was tola or the outcome
of the r. gotiations. Orders have been
issued to nave ail garrison commanders
notified that Gen. Benjamin Gil is mil
itary head of the state and that Gov.
Jose Maytorena is civil heao.
The negotiations at Xogales were
brief. Both CoL Calles and Gov May
torena were present, and Maytorena
was at first given every point he de
manded. A proclamation, bitterly at
tacking Obregon and casting slurs upon
Villa, was issued the same night and
it was at first thought that Maytorena
was responsible. This was later dis-
TlTOVWl. hflt not nntil All the milltanT
I powers had been placed In the hands
or uen. uil Maytorena ts on his way
to Hermosillo and Gen. Gil has cone to
Cananea. Both Obregon and Villa in
formed the various leaders at Nogales
and all along the line that their com
bined forces would be held In readiness
to at any moment enforce the decree of
the mediation conference.
CoL. Calles Quits Sonora.
Ellas Calles, a bitter enemy of May
torena, accompanied the two command
ers back to Bl Paso. He will go with
them to Durango and will later be
assigned to a command in Gen. Obre
gon's division. Gen. E, Benavldes and
itooerto Pe&quelra, confidential agent
ot Carr&nsa, met the party at Douglas I
and returned to El Paso ultn. It I
f!onrA a".. .!. - l a. .!
un s vaiumcio, irecut ageoi OI
the state department, who was present
at ine comerence. arrived In Bl Paso
a few hours ahead or the party, taking
an earlier train.
The special was convoyed during the
trip by Cast. Robert Mearrs and IS non
commissioned officers, six of the lSth
infantry and six of the Sixth.
lllla Departs Tonight.
Accompanied by their staffs; Villa
and Obregon will leave at 9 oclock
tonight for Chihuahua, from whence
they will proceed to Durango citv for
the purpose of pacifving the Arrieta
brothers. The latter have seized
Durango city and much of the surround
ing countr ccording to advices re
ceived In Juarez Tuesday morning, a
total of 14 kilometers of track have
been torn up just outside the city and
the telegraph line has been cut. So
far as is known there has not yet been
any fighting The mediators are hope
ful of bringing about a peaceful settle
ment but. in the event the Arrletas
prove obdurate, a large force will be
sent against them.
To Mult Mexico City.
Following the Durango conference.
Obregon will proceed to Mexico City
and Villa will return to Chihuahua.
The latter, however, will soon leave for
Mexico City Where there is to be a gen
eral conference of leaders, with a view
to settling all differences.
Acting on what is said to have been a
tip from the war department, there
was no military delegation waiting to
meet the two Mexican generals when
the train pulled into the Southwestern
RESUMPTION OF MEXICA
TRAIN SERVICE DELAYED
It will nrobablv be earlv next nrM.i-
before the through Juarez-Mexico City
train service Is established There have
been delays In the assembling of suf
ficient equipment and in some places
the tracks are not yet in condition.
The work is being rushed, however,
and it is hoped to have National trains
operating from the El Paso side by the
middle .of the month at the latest.
PEDRO E. MtESE !B"iF
CUSTOMS DIRBCTOH GENERAL.
Pedro K. Maese, excoUeetor of cus
toms at the port of Juarez, arrived in
Juarez Tuesday morning, to take up
the duties of director general of cus
toms, a position to which he has re
cently been appointed. Sr Maese Is
well known among El Paso importers,
having been in charge of the Juarez
office up to a few month ago His
family arrived with him Tuesday
cirvo returns to cmnuAnTJA.
Gen. Manuel Chao, who. with his
family, had been listing in El Paso.
returned Tuesday to Chihuahua. Gen.
Chao was formerly governor of the
state, being succeeded by Gen. Fidel
POLICE CniEP IN RECEIPT
OF QUEER C03IMUMCVTIOS.
Every mail brings peculiar letters to
chief of police L N. Davis. Tuesday
he received a letter from Irwin Lee,
of Bradentown. Fla asking that the
chief purchase him a burro and ship
it collect to his home Another letter
received from Louis Cammack, of
Salco, Ala., informed the chief that
he was out of a position and would
like the chief to InoV arnnml a.,.4 --..
I if he couldn t get him a Job on a farm
or in a factory
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Brother of Missing Women
Thinks He Yet Will
Completing his third transcontinental
Journey In search of the slayers of his
two sisters. Marshall Nelms was in EI
Paso Monday Ite was accompanying
Mr and Mrs Victor Innes, who were
arrested in Eugene. Ore, on an extra
dition warrant alleging their connec
tion with the disappearance at J.elms s
two sisters. Mrs. Elolse Nelms Dennis
and Miss Beatrice Nelms.
The story of the young San Francisco
insurance man's quest for the murder
ers of his sisters reads like a romance
Having left his home in Atlanta. Ga
on account of ill health he was en
gaged in business In San Francisco
his mother. Mrs, John tr elms
telegraphed him from Atlanta that her
two daughters had mysteriously dis
appeared and no trace of them could be
found. This was in June, and young
euns resigned his position and .
started an investigation which swept
the country and started the wheels of
the state and federal departments of
justice io grinding on the ease. When
he received his mother's message he
hurried to Atlanta for a conference
with her, went from there to 'Washing
ton, where he Interested the Georgia
delegation In congress in the case and
succeeded in having the department of
Justice start an investigation, which
was largely responsible for the arrest
of Innes on the charge of having a con
nection with the case.
Follovrs Couple to Oregon.
Young Nelms then returned to At
lanta, went from there to San Antonio
to make an investigation of a number
of clews there and finally went to Eu
gene, Ore, where Innes and his wife
were arrested after a careful Investiga
tion of Innes's Journey from San An
tonio to Eugene, including his stop In
El Paso between trains and. the sending
of four trunks which play a prominent
part in the mystery Nelms returned
from Eugene with Mr and Mrs. Innes
stopping in El Paso, when they asked
to be taken from the train here for a
day of rest. He accompanied them
from here to San Antonio, where he will
continue his investigation of the case.
ars Plot Originated In 'Nevada.
"The case Involving the disappear
ance and I am firmly convinced, the
murder, of mv two sisters had its ori
gin In Carson City, Nev," Nelms said
Monday afternoon. 'Mv older sister,
Mrs. Dennis, went to Innes in Carson
City as a client, to have him obtain a
divorce for her This was the start of
an acquainiancesnip He was an as
sistant United States attorney there at
the time. Later, through the friend-
S"'P "e "" formed with my older
flster "W"6 think he persuaded her to
inVftflt XI AAA In tamta In Va-tIaa
invest $12,000 in lands in Mexico or
some place else. He denies this, but
we have evidence that shows that she
sent him large sums of money by tele-
grapn. Me anerwaras came to El Paso,
where he was looking for a place to
locate ar.d then went to Devine, Texas,
about March IS He stayed there until
about the middle of March and then
went to San Antonio He made a trip
east and returned to San Antonio on
DWnppear In an tntonlo.
"Eloise and Beatrice left Atlanta on
June lith for San Antonio At that time
Tnnes was engaged to marry Eloise and
my sister Beatrice, who was engaged
in the real estate busines in Atlanta
and 'was a keen business woman, went
along with her sister to Investigate the
lands which Innes offered Mrs. Dennis.
They took dinner in New Orleans wltb
some friends, stopped In Houston and
were seen to leave the train at San An
tonio and were later seen in company
with two others believed to be Mr and
Mrs Innes. That was the last we have
heard of them except two letters that
came from San Francisco to my mother
One was written with a pen and the
other on the typewriter These let
ters were supposed to be from Mrs.
Dennis, in which she said that she had
killed Beatrice at New Orleans, would
kill me In San Francisco and she would
then end her life. Handwriting
experts have declared these letters for
geries, after comparing the signatures
with those known to have been signed
to cheeks and papers In Atlanta.
"In the meantime. Innes, T have
learned, rented a cottage at ISO W 11
kins avenue in San Antonio. Into which
he moved It was discovered that the
windows had been nailed down canvas
tacked over them and two stoves in
the hon ie were kent going for four
days, although It was In the middle of I
the summer when an investigation
was made of the house, the bottom hid
been burned out of one of the sto es
and great white spots were found on
the floor as if acid had been used to
erase spots. A bottle with an Atlanta
druggist's name blown In Its side was
found In the back yard half filled with
perfume. Two trunks were sent to the
Innes home, but we have evidence th
four were sent awav from there and
shipped through El Paso to the coast.
Two trunks were located in Portland
Ore but the two others have not been
1 oting "Nclm" Theory.
"Our theory Is that mv two sisters
were done awav with, their bodies cut
Into pieces ground in a meat chopSer
and either hnrned or buried The defin
ite proof of death has not yet oeen
made, but we hare some good men
working on the case and I am expect
ing some startling developments soon.
The government worked up the ease to
the point where the state could Issue an
extradition warrant for Innes and his
wife and has assisted materlalv In ob
taining valuable evidence. I Intend to
sti- with this case until the nerson or
persons who murdered my sisters are
hangen ana i win not rei unui ,
done that much for them.
rtETUIt" ED SI .100,000 CHECK,
AD JCCO.O0O IV S DEDUCTED.
Chicago. Ill, Sept 1. Operations of
the financiers wno organized too
American Can company were told here
Monday by witnesses in the suit i
brought by the government against I
the socalled "can trust
J L. Board, of Chicago, at one time
a mlllionalre.said he was sole owner
of Crosby & Co, when In lssx ne gave
an option on his business to the Amer
ican Can comnanv. which was then
Titkincr nrcrAnt?4fL for SsoOj
Three ears later he agreed to ac
cept tl 100 00 of common and pre
ferred stock in the company for his
Board told of a visit to New York
when he received a check at a meet
ing of the directors of the new com
pany After luncheon the directors
' tl and after three vears he re
ceived )850 0o in the stock of the
company The reason given for the
deduction of $350,000. he said, was be
cause of a contract he made to fur
nish the salmon fisheries on the west
coast with his machinery.
NEW COMET FOUND.
London. Eng, Sept 1 A dispatch to
the Beuter Telegram company from
Sofia says a new comet has been ob
served with the naked eye from the ob
servatory at Plevna. It was located In
the constellation of the Gemini
Pure Rich Milk
Look for the
Red Neck Bottle
EL PASO HERALD
JANTWERP, THE NEW BELGIAN CAPITAL
r tti-i m mi ' .
Above is a panorama iew of
Europe. It has three lines of forts
OfterMade Chamber Of Com-
merce or Aeroplane ac
tory and Aviation School.
A complete areoplane factory and
aviation school was offered the dlrec-
aviation school was offered the dire
tors of the chamber of commerce at
(meeting held Monday night The propo-
,,, , . . j . i
jn Is g promoted G.Puflea
n Austrian and it was pointed out that
this city would rapidly become the cen
ter of the southwest, with a large ouat
n coming from Mexico
.. ' Promoters have arranged to raise
J 10. 000 and ask that the chamber of
commerce subscribe about J30OO The
directors consider the building of a fac
tory here a good idea but with the
budget fund, did not wish to make any
Lesson in Scientific
Everyone has a beautiful sUn underneath
the one exposed to view Bear that In mind
and it will be easier to understand the cor-
rect prtnclnle in .MnlHnr a lovely com
plexion Nature la constantly aheddlnz the
'"p Km in riaky particles Uke aanaruir
n . much smaller in size. In abnormal con
ditions, or in autanclnc age, the particle
are not hel u rapidly as la robust youth.
Tfte longer they remain the more tolled
or faded thev hocome that a the Immediate
CJ?e..of a bad complexion."
it bas been discovered that ordinary
mercolizel a, to be had at any droit
store hi h.orb these worn-out particles
Tbe absorptun. while atHentnr Natmes
i "f 00 ftradually enovgli to cans no
f..1n"ncJ lB week or two the trans
formation Is complete The fresh, healthy
nueil youthful un lerskln is then wholn in
"""" Ton ho are not satisfied lth
"" i mplextnn hnuld iret an ounc. f
i r iizel ttax an i ... .-.- treatment I
, ,a n Clitl) lkc 1 cT-am. Bd--hn
illll UF I I 1 U I Zsl I ! '
Antwerp, the ne capital of lMsnim. tlie
proieetiag it and cannot be taken without
AT AERDzLAhE SCOUT
definite announcement regarding a con
tribution Poultry Shoiv Favored.
A committee from the El Paso Poul
tr association, composed of Dr . L
Foote Leo Ferlett and R. T Williams,
outlined the plans and needs of the
ccriing DOUltr shou. which Is t.i he
eld Notmber 26 30 The directors
will make a recommendation to the
budget fund committee that the shovt
compan. believing that booster signs
outsic e of the clu limits along the rall-
J J Crockett, of the El Paso Milling
road tracks are an excellent form of ad
vertising has offered to furnish thel
signs to me cnamoer ot commerce at
cost The matter was referred to the
Want Fund for Red Creiw.
A request has been received for toe
appointment of a committee to solicit
subscriptions for the American Red
Cross. There is a'branch of that organi
zation already in the city and the matter
was referred to it
Edgar Brown & Co.. of Clint and Mrs.
J McGraw were admitted to member
ship. A letter will be written Brown A
Co. commending them for their interest
as an outside firm, in the chamber of
41ST DiyrillCT COLRT.
I. M. Walthall. I'mldlng.
First National bank, of El Paso, vs.
Abbie Xewcomb Bash, suit for debt
First National bank vs. City National
First National bank ts the Bush
Clay Products compan, garnishment
CI.EVMNG Jl UIKZ OP CROOKS.
A cleanup of crooks and undesirable
characters in Juarez has followed the
housecleanlnar recently instltutl in ci
i Paso by chief 1 N Davis. Many crooks
crossed to tbe Mexican side when the
local police beian making wholesale
arrests, but found little comfort in
Juarez Th.-re will be no letup in the
campaign started in Juarez, ac ordlng
to Juartz officials, who plan to ir-ake
that cit just as free from undesirable
characters as Kl Pasc is
I'BTB RAISES 940.000.
Newport R I . Sept. 1 - s a result
of the fete held last Friday at the home
of Mrs amlerbllt tn 000 x ill be re-
muted at oiut- to the inter" iti nil Red
1 ross assoouion lor im iriiii ilitri
amjug thce auiftrint in h u
ito I m t "ronzli fortified city is
great losses IJeljzian troops below.
WILL BE HEARD;
City Council Will Listen to
Objections of Chihua-
Owners, tenants and agents of the
houses in Chihuahuita that have beets
condemned by the it council anon
rcco-un'endatton of the health depart-
t -vi'l aopear be'ore the council
at a special meeting Wednesday morn
..ig a. tat. cil han to show cause, f
an, whj these buildings should not
be rased. Nearly 100 houses In the
Mexican district along the river have
been condemned as being unsanitary
and a menace to public health by the
cit Inspectors are making farther
Inspections of the houses in the set
tlement and another list of unsani
tary buildings will be submitted at
the Thursdaj meeting of this body.
The residents of the condemned
houses in Chihuahuita are preparing
to make a fight against having their
homes razed They have engaged
counsel to appear before the council at
its special session to present their
"ff" There are more than 100 fam
es e"ertPd bt the action of council.
In set eral instances two or more fam
i e-. nc"iir - single house
Eat El Paso Proteati.
When loui-il started condemning
these hojsos many of the tenants are
said to hate moved to sections of
East El Pio where tre nate thrown
up small adobe shacks and huts. A
number c' co-nplaints hate been re
cened at the health office from this
ticinitt about the influx of the Mexi
cans and the establishing of an un
simtar idohe district An investi
gation of conditions in this section
of the citt will also be m-ide.
The rit louncil intends giting the i
residents of Chihuahuita sufficient
time to secure homes in the event of j
u'lmiiis on a pian to raze ai ine
buildinffs that hate been condemned
All the residents will be git en notice
to etacuate at a certain time
A m-tjorltt of the houses that hare
been condemned in this section are
shai ks and small buildings bolow the
street lttel During"" the rain this
summer large pools of water hare be
come stagnate in the condemned dis
trict causing much sickness.
To ct on Seeole Driveway.
There will be a number of hnportmnt
matters taken up by council at its
regular weeklv meeting Thursday
morning Chief among these will be
the scenic highway that will be built
around the rim of the mesa. Uder
man Claton will present the matter
In an effort to secure the council's co
operation in building tbe project
which will be one of the most pictur
esque boulevards in the country.
ADVERTISE EL PASO
Extensive plans are being made by
the El Paso and Southwestern rail
d sstem for the advertisement of
Bl Paso and the surrounding country
oaring the Panama exposition In
booklets and adt ertisements In pa
pers the sightT of the city will be
called to the attention of the hun
dreds of tourists who are expected to
Garnett King general passenger
agent of the road, has Just returned
from a trip to the coast where he
went to make plans for the handling
of exposition traffic According to
Mr...?'nB or" n the exposition
buildings Is being rushed and Cal
ifornia is expecting huge crowds. It
Is probable that the chamber of com
merce will be asked to help in en
tertaining special delegations that
pass through El Paso, the Southwest
ern concentrating its efforts on se
curing their routing through this city
FLOODS IN CIIIIIU Uil. V
DESTROl OOUB. BRIDGES
Flood In western Chihuahua have
washed oat a number or bridges on the
Chihuahua division of the Mexico North
Western railroad The floods washed
away the frame .trestles between
Madera and Chlhuahfca and it will re
quire two weeks work to replace them
before train service can be resumed on
HOLDING REMt VL SBR1ICES.
Revival services are beina-held eve7y '
night this week at the East El Paso '
Baptist enurcn. The services are con
ducted at 7 30 oclock and the preacher
Is Rev C D Daniels, of Waco Tex..
ho is assisting the pastor Rev Ed Lv
Millkan in the reUal Rev Mr
Mame's i an able speaker and the
t 'line at the se- i ev Monrin niht
ii sa a i night. t is iei tood.
September 1, 1914 5
UNIONS WILL NOT
PAEADE LABOR DAY
There will be no Labor day parado
this year This was decided at the
adjourned meeting of the Central La
bor union, which was held Monday
evening in the labor halL Reports from
the unions composing the central bod
showed that the sentiment of the
local organizations was not in favor
of having a parade on Labor day, Sep
tember 7 Only a few of the unions
consented to parade and it "as voted
to abandon the plans for the big pa
rade and have only the annual labor
ball In Fraternal Brotherhood hall
A number of the unions, including
the Bricklayers' union, the Barbers'
onion and the Plumbers' union are
planning to have informal celebrations
on Labor da These will take the
form of picnics at Washington park
or smokers at the labor hall.
Opponents of the officers who are
now in control of the Central Labor
union insist that the plans for the
Labor day parade were abandoned be
cause of dissensions within the central
"Gets-It" for Corns
Sure As Sunrise
Nerr Plan. Corns Shrivel, Vanish.
Until "GETS-IT was born nobdy
was ever sore of getting rid of a corn.
Corn treatments nearly all contained
the same ingredients, only some were
liquid, some plasters, some "wrappers"
had a limp.
He hmd to ndo
and some in salve form Now comes
"GETS-IT" with a newly discovered
formula the corn cure on, a new prin
ciple and a simple plan that never falls.
This is why "GETS-IT" has grown in
three years to be the biggest-selling corn
cure the world has ever known.
There's no more need of fussing with
corns, no more digging or cutting.
There's nothing to press down on the
corn, nothing to inflame the flesh, to
"pull" the corn or cause pain. Put two
drops of "GETS-IT" on in two seconds.
That's alL For any corn, callus, wart
"GETS-IT" is sold by druggists
everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct
by E. Lawrence Sb Co, Chicago. Adv.
Also Blisters and Pimples. Irrita
tion and Itching Dreadful. Would
Hart, Smart and Porn. Hair Fell
Oat Badly. Cuticura Soap and
401 W. Jdsrm St, Browawood. Texas.
"I had a severe case of dry Itching scalp.
Then rsy bead had blisters and pimples aH
over K and when I scratched Jt
the irritation and MeUng were
dnadfut. They cuuUuued to
Y Isarsaad smart and bum. My
ray seals was covered with
1 I fT .1, .1 mm I i 1 1 m it I Te
lhiSKsW-. was the same burning m my
WV ksabs. so bad that I coukt not
Aim A .kan . rM nfaht or dav.
"'. Then I begaa wW tne Cuttcnn Soap
and Otntmea aad received almost instan
taneous relief from every application nntH
al the symptoms were gone. I used the
Catleura Ointment freely all over my head
eacs a week aad the Cntteura Soap for
ctennrinc as often as necessary tmtS I was
eared. Now my head is weB aad cteaa. my
hair is looking fine and the trouble is an
gone." (Signed) Mrs. Jutta CSagmaa, Jan.
Samples Free by Mail
For face aad heads CuUwita. Soap and
Otutuieut are world favorites because so
eSeettve Is restoring the natural purity and
beauty of the skm. scalp, hair and hands
when marred by ussightly conditions. Al
though Cuticura Soap (25c.) aad Cutfcura
Ointment (50c) are sold everywhere, a
sample of each with 32-p Skin Book wffl
be sent free opoo request. Address post
card: "Cuticura, Dept. T. Boston."
TO TAKE CALOMEL
Dodson's Liver Tone is just as sura
in results and always safe, pleasant
In taste and has no bad after-effects.
As a remedy for a torpid liver calomel
has more than met its match in Dod
son's Liver Tone. This medicine does
not roughly force the liver on to per
form its work. It acts gently but
Calomel depends for Its power upon
exciting the liver to do more work,
and often the liver is too weak to
stand such treatment, and after taking
calomel yon are as a result sometimes
worse off than before
Dodson's Liver Tone cannot cause
any of the dangerous effects that
often follow the use of calomel. It
is entirely vegetable and pleasant to
the taste, and is suitable for children
and grown people
Get a large bottle for fifty cents
at Kelly St. Pollard's, under the guar
antee that If it doesn't satisfy 'you
that it perfectly takes the place of
calomel you will be given your money
back with a smile right at the store
where you bought Dodson's medicine.
are enjoyed by those in good health.
The perfect digestion, dear system,
and pare blood opon which sound
health depends, wfll be given you by
LmtmI Sal of Any Medians in u World
Sold everywhere. la boxs, 10t, 25c
r W He pat tome
a oa hu corn.
Aad caBed it.