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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Nov. 12, 1919.
CHARACTER WITNESSES CALLED
FOR DEFENCE AT MURDER TRIAL
Bangers and Cattlemen Tell of Excellent Record of
Roberson Despite Testimony of Being Tried
Before for Murder of Mexican at Marfa
While in the Ranger Service.
CATTLEMEX, range Inspectors and
Texas rangers from various sec
tions ot the southwest appeared Wed
nesday as character witnesses for the
Defence in the case ot R U Roberson.
on trial before judge W. D. Howe In
the filh district court for man
slaughter In connection with the
ceatn of H. F. ("Foots") Boykin, a
rancher, which :s alleged In the in
dictment to have occurred in the
stockjards at Sierra Blanca the morn
ing of January 16, 1915.
More than a dozen character wit
nesses were called by tne defence,
al, of whom testified to the good
moral character of the defendant. All
said they had been associated with
Roberson either in the Texas ranger
farce or as a range inspector em
!:oyed by the Texas Cattle Raisers"
association fo the fcast 10 years.
Trora testimony secured from vari
ous character witnesses a sketch of
'h history of the defendant was In
troduced The substance of the testi
mony was that Roberson had resided
in v. estern Texas practically his en-
that Roberson had been tried at
Marfa for murder In connection with
the killing of a Mexican. The wit
ness testified, however, that Rober
son was acquitted on an Instructed
verdict Roberson. according to the
witness was In the ran per service at
the time of the alleged kill Ins- The
testimony regarding the Marfa,. trial
was corroborated by 8. M. Jester,
deputy United States marshal sta
tioned In El Paso. In addition Jester
testified that he bad known Roberson
for eight or nine years and had found
him to be an excellent officer and
law abidlne In ever respect. Jester
stated that he knew no details of
the Marfa murder trial.
. Story of Surrender.
The story of Roberson's surrender
to the sheriff of El Paso county fol
lowing the Boykln killing at Sierra
Blanca was related by Pat Craig
head of Hebronvine. a former Texas
ranger stationed at Tsleta, but at
present sheriff and tax collector of
Jim Wells county. Craighead testi
fied that he and Ira Cllne. another
Texas ranger, were coming to 1
Paso, where he bad been ordered to
tire :itv with the exception of a fe l t--- V" " J -
rears srent in the Mexican state of i"" V" . yuuipnuy au,-
rv... . . .r ? ...a n fioneu ai isieta. and
Puebla Catholic Church
man Foils Mexican Ban
dit, Federico Cordoba.
San Antonio. Tex, Nov. 12. Feder
ico Cordoba, the bandit chief wbo is
charged with having kidnaped Ameri
can consul Jenkins at Puebla, Mex.,
made an unsuccessful attempt to cap
ture Enrique Sanchez Pared es. Cat a
olic bishop of Puebla, a few days ago.
according to Information received
here from Puebla. This bishop, after
scaping a trap sat by the bandit
chief, appealed to federal authorities
for protection. .
PLAN SAN ANTONIO PAPER
TO BACK PABLO GONZALES
Ran Antonio. Tex Nov. 12 A Mexi
can newspaper man with consider
able means is here in the interest of
establishing a dally paper favorable
to Pablo Gonsales, candidate for the
Mexican presidency. it was an
nounced that the nnblicatlon would
be given heavy circulation in Mex
ico rrom tne oince oere.
Homeless Men To
By Y. M. C. A,
American Secret Service Lansing Clears up Govern-
Man Relates Experience
(Continued from pasr 1-1
boarded the train at a f lac station
about seven miles west of Sierra
Blanca. Roberson. according to
Craighead, shook hands with he and
Cllne and told them that he was in
trouble and was coming to EI Paso
to surrender. Roberson did come to
3 Paso and surrender to county of
ficials, the witness testified.
Ira Cline of Marfa corroborated the
testimony of Craighead.
Judge Praises Roberson.
Judge James Carnell. of Sonera,
judge of the Mrd district court, tes
tified that be had known the de
fendant for many years and aecaxt.d
that nis reputation was good, as did
J. 1L jicCarmick, a cattleman resid
ing in San Antonio. KancAers to tes
tily as to the eroori moral character
nf t , .. ......... .1 .. . 1' J T . .
3rStoaa aa.w iTS,"?.' cheer him up to. too. will be his
iifu, or near Aspermorm Texas, acta i x&uiu
iizenoy ana staiiord test tiled tHat
Roberson had received a gunshot
wound in a. difficulty near Spar with
El Paso Branch of. Organ
ization Starts New
If any El Paso man Roes around
with a hole in his sock or with a
button off after this week it will be
bis own fault Moreover. If any
homeless male adult soes around with
the srumps for the want of a sentie
hand to pat htm on the back and
ranch just south of the Ro Grande.
Koberson volunteered for service dur-t-fr
tne Spanish American war, and
sen ed with tne American expedition
ary forces in the Philippines during;
te Island insurrection. He later be
came a mem Der of the Texas ranger
lorre ana ''as also employed tor a
number of scars as a range Inspector
dj- tne xesas Lattie Kaisers associa
tion His services with these orppni
ziTions Ird him to arious r-arts of
Tried 1W harder Before,
J. A. Han ic'x. a cattleman, resid
ing north of Haskell City, testified
Railroad man says Tanlac
put him in better shape
than he'd been in a year.
Honestly, I wouldn't take a hun
dred dollars tor the good Tanlac has
done me," said J. G. Schubert, a rail
road mechanic living; at 50S Waverly
V'et, Houston, Texas.
" ,.iy whole system had been in a
rundown condition for a year," he
continued, "and I suffered from an
av-ul pain in my back. I lost so
much strength and energy that 1 Just
i'ad to force myself to go to work
f-ery day. I was nearly all in, and
if I stooped over to pick up anything
a sharo pain would catch me in the
back, and I would have to drop what
per 1 had hold of before I could
straighten up. I had such a terrible1
misery in my shoulders that It broke
up my rest and I would set up In the
morn i n g feel vag worse t ban when 1
went to bed.
toon aiter start in r on Taniac tne nwn ,. ttz j
noil i Klw . oeimsvu WU UP OT U ' fcalsWUC VLl OTjrcXV WIO nOulCien IXTJ,
? 1 CouTQ?e?br ? ie? t testony ot Norton, a rancher J soldier, ex-soldier or civilian may
ana t couia sieep oetter. i get ud in I residing nMP tiT7. . i niAV ths hA.
tne mormmr now feeline- fin am, ran I , ; 8a
vork all day Without f WM I 1 " S. i
the laquis were all arouja; that they
had mate an attack on fian Michel
that morning where they had cut a
Aiexlcan to pieces and looted the
place; that al! the inhabitants had
fled and that he was trying to reach
Santa Ana. but feared he and bis
daagTbters would be killed, probably
with torture, before they could get
We Lose Oar Read In the Desert.
This was certainly most cheerful
news for a man hopelessly lost in a
Merican desert at dead of night and
surrounded with bloodthirsty sar
ages! The chauffeur was frightened
ilff and refused to KO further.
Thrusting the muzzle of my revolver
into bis ribs 1 said: .
"Take your choice: go to Heaven
or the railroad, but go quick!"
Under the circumstances the chauf
feur preferred the railroad. Accord
ingly he set out in the direction in
dicated by tbe Mexican.
About 3:30 oclock in the morning
we found the railroad and started
along it toward Hermosillo. We had
not traveled far before we came to
a gully some 50 feet deep which
Feemed to block tbe road completely.
While we were struggling to find a
way across this we saw a fire about
three kilometers away.
-Colonel, that la the Yaquls. That
is the way they build their grstos
fires," said the chauffeur.
We redo" bled our efforts to sret out
of the gully. As soon as we were
tree I got out to examine the tele
graph poles to try to find out where
we were. A 'mile board, or rather a
kilometer board. Indicated that we
must be six kilometers from Carbon.
We started out again, but soon came
second gully that required a
ment Attitude as to De
mand For Protection.
Washington. D. C Hot. 12. Secre
tary Lansing, in a statement today
designed "to make dear the govern
ment's attitude on the question of
responsibility of Mexico for the safe
ty of Americans In that country." de
clared It was "the privilege as well
as the right OX this government by
diplomatic Intftrvaritlon to see to It
that justice is accorded its citizens
and their rlshts given proper pro
Mr. JjBBattLr erofefned tht , is
sued his statement because seme
newspapers, ja connection with- the
kidnaping of Will tarn, a Jenkins.
American eonanlar agent at Puebla.
had made it appear that he had said
"that Americans in Mexico had no
greater rights to protection than
POLICE PREVENT CAPTURE
OF U. S. CONSULAR AGENT
Timely Intervention by the police
aauwnues oi raonuca. MHlaito, re
cently Brevented the earrvln out of
a plan by bandits to capture William
Cellar, cocsular agent at Pachnea for
ine unuea states and Great Britain,
aceordingr to a discs tch from Mexico
City, publish ed In a recent tara of 1
nerH.ico. oi umnuanua city.
The bandits are said to have come
from the nefEhborincr stale nf M-rfca.
Pachnea Is about M miles northwest
ui Fvoua. where wniiam O. Jenkins,
consular a rent for the Halted stata
was Kiananea by banaits ana held for
We are advised that there will be no water famished for irriga
tion between November 10th and Januarv 1st.
ONLY A FEW DAYS
TJf WHICH TO DO YOUR
Knowlntr that Cellar was nlannlne
a trip to a mfsJag property of which
fuH half hour to cross. Once across ; SSs'e;.." ""f' ""XL"-
we had a eod view of the fire, and a.bOTJt it? northeast of Pa-
could even see 10 figures seated SSTi tJ3 h pSSSfSF JS, 7i"
around it. Beyond any doubt thej; 'iJLhi3' 1? ! J.
must have been aroused by the nol
of our motor and had arisen to awal
Scarins: the Vaenls.
Our only hope was to throw a hUt
ojuii. so i tola tne cnaurxeur to anve
for dear life while I began firing my
Winchester as fast as I could work
the lever. I wanted to create the
The Witnesses testified that Rober
son bad been instrumental in send
ing his assailant to tbe penitentiary
on a charge of cow theft and when
the man served his sentence he re
turned to the Spur section and at
tacked Roberson. An allusion was
also niaoe to another shooting inci
dent in tne fcpur secuon, but no defi
nite information was furnished, ihe
witnesses, however, testified that
ftooerson had never been inuicted tor
murder as far as they knew until
the Boykln killing, ko hereon, they
said, had been stationed on the hold
ings of the Matador Vattle and Land
company in northwest Teraa both as
a range inspector and aa a Texas
ranger. They testified that he was
sent, there primarily to stop cattle
thieving and that he made a splendid
record. W. R. Newman, of near topur.
stated that he had lived in uicKena
county since 1S8J and had known the
oeienoant for many years. He seed
that Boberson's reputation among
cattlemen of west Texas was good.
ITatfcer nnrl Can. iiwilf.
Practically ul of Tueauay after-
The T. M. C. A. U- coming to the 'K"?j? J" h? 1' ' Tf'l
car. l snail probably never Know
what those Indians really thoughts
rescue of tbe homeless men of El
Paso and will be aidoj by two pretty
lassies who played the part of sis
ters to the Tanks overseas. These
two young women have just arrived
in El Paso from New York. They
are Miss Marv Elisabeth Sill and Miss
Man- Margaret Mann. Hiss Sill's
home Is in New York and Miss Mann's
home is in Berwind. West Virginia.
Served With Y. M. C. A.
For two months Miss Sill served
with the second division overseas,
working under the auspices of the
Y. M. C. A. A year ago the time she
spent in France, and tl e remainder
in Germany. When a Tank was rTttn
gry she fed him. When his big toe
poked through she sewed up the
hole. When bis soul sank into his
shoes she applied the spiritual pal
motor. Miss Mann did the same
thing for 12 months In the leave area
Establish "Home Room.
ov that most of the hoys are hack
home, the girls have feuowod them
don't have That tired feeling anv more
anc atn Detter m every way than I
ha e been !n a whole year. Tanlac
has benefited me so much that I
wouldn't be without this wonderful
med-cne for anything"
Al! druggists sell Tanlac. Adv
GIRLS! DRAW A
Let "Danderine" save your
hair and double
Oh, girls, euch an abundance of
thick, heavy, invisorated hair: a ner-
fect mass of wavy, silky hair, glori- I ?L"HfK f ,fBUf y 1,1 and wit.
bierra Blanca. but now a eavjor nn a
ranch in New Mexico, and .fcjmer hor
ton, of Sierra Blanca.
Ike Norton was tiie first witness to
take the stand Tuesday atteraoon. He
corroborated in a large measure tne
testimony of Tom Cross, Mrst w.tness
for tne state. Newton reviewed in
detail tne argument that led up to the
shooting in the stoejtyards at Sierra
Blanca on the morning of January IS,
whicn resulted in the death of !oy-
tuat ot Cross's only in the number of
suuis urea oy xiooerson. He testified
that Roberson Ured fire shots at boy
.:in, while Cross had previously testf
.ed that only four snots were fired.
Norton testified that Roberson fired
ihe last shot after Boy km had fallen
.o1 the ground. Roberson fired all
shots from a revolver and while he
was mounted upon a cow pony, the
Witnesses Draw Diagrams.
The testimony of BUI Norton was
largely a corroboration of ln testi
mony of his father. T!.e younger
Norton desert aed m detail the quarrel
at the stock pens and corroborated his
father's statement that five shots
were fired, the fifth being fired after
Boykln had fallen to the ground. Tile
last shot, the witness Heclared. was
fired into Boy kin's body at dose
range. At the request of Victor Moore,
attorney for the defence, each wit
ness was requested to d. aw a diagram
of the stockyards at Sierra blanca.
destgnat.ng upon the outline the po
sition of all parties who were pres
ent the morning of tin alleged sooot-lnC-
All pens, nouses and even the
position of saddle horses were desig
nated upon these diagrams. The wit
nesses were then requested by the de
fence to stand before the jury box
and explain in full all details connect
ed with the shooting. Each witness
was requested to a.gn his name to the
diagram he had drawn in order that
the cnart might be used for further
Elmer Norton was the last witness
Tuesday. The witness testified that
he was IS years old and resided with
his father upon a ranch a few miles
oienrn manca. He stated
that he was at the stock pens the
ously fluffy, bright and so easy to I suited in iiT.v. SI-J2r5e"
, " a-- f VUV8 DOy-
manage. kin. He stated that five shots were
Just moisten a cloth with a little
"Danderine" and carefully draw t
through your bair, taking one email
strand at a time; this magically re
moves all dirt, excess ell and grease,
but your hair Is not left brittle, dry,
stringy or faded, but charmingly soft,
with glossy, golden gleams and len
der lights. Tbe youthful glints, tints
and color are again In your hair.
"Danderine" is a tonlc-beautifler.
Besides doubling tbe beauty of the
bair at once, it cnecks dandruff and
stops falling hair. Get delightful
Danderine for a few cents at any
drug or toilet counter and use It as a
dressing and lnvigorator as told on
CATARRHAL DEAFNESS MAY
fired and the fifth wu u.h..-.
after Boykln had fallen to the ground.
Tne only new feature In the
younger . rten' testimony was
that Tom Cross, a friend et Boy.
Kin', who nu standing la the
steekpens at the time ot the
hooting, called to Roberson not
J"st aBy more. Inasmuch as
hQ7ktn was already dead. Tbe
witness declared that Roberson
looked at Tea Cross and said In
aloud voice, -you mind your own
uainess, Tom Cross," or other
words to that effect- Attorneys
ler the prosecution attempted to
refresh the witness's nmnery In
order to seenre a record of the ex
act words used by Roeersen In
addresstag Tsta Cross, but the
wttnes d.-eured that he was m.
aWe to rerall the exact words
other than that Roberson pansed
between the fourth and filth .hots
long enough to tell Cross to -mind
nis own n flair," or words to that
lot of their sisters have done
in other cities. And down at the
Central T. with tire : Jd t 8am Br lent
they will establish a "home room."
This room will be a special place par
titioned off where the homeless lad.
come and eniov the comforts of home.
If his duds need mending he can
pet the mend fixed. If he wants a
nip o tea ne can get that between
the hours of four and six of after.
noons. Usually there will be some
Kino of an entertainment from 7 to
7:S0 oclock In the evening. Satur
days and Sundays when most of the
men are loafing, special features will
be found in the "home room" by the
boys. The "home room" will be
ready within a few days. It will be
constructed in the main lobby of the
testimony to the effect that Roberson
pointed a Winchester through the
fence st Boykln and later struck Boy
ktn across the back and shoulder with
a rope, were corroborated by Ike
Korton and his, two sons. Art wit
nesses testified that both Roberxon
and Boykin cursed each other
throughout the dispute.
Bulbs Hyaclnme, Tulips. Narcissus.
Kl r-o Seed Co. rbone 3 3. Adv
Yes, You Can
Or Any Other KiaJ ef Food Set
Before Yon. Bat Too Heed a
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet to
Help t&s Stomach Me7e
Hot biscuits, buckwheats, rich cake
and many other tempttne foods are
ran get few doilarn r fci-s-if. But
oulet and aav nothiiT I am
. "C . "I "'"a a mn to Ki rr-a t
ro-. I want von to fo aid
see i PorIno "rnnvri-.. jgj Qv
McClure Newspaper Syndicate. "
J' w k Vd , ),.
ir tfc e r-'l . nr,,.4i.inc
r 'hvrtt, nd having
bin driven rrsa V-tfrn.
Rme vrrec)te TOIT c;
STRi-'Scs GOOD RE'ATinNS
London. V.ne- . 'nu 1 1 -T -c.
llah SMftkin- w,i -V.'.-
found tht h t m ..:" .ceieora.ion ot
stomach 1 Mini. .Mlsuncett.r'e irt of thV s.gnTig of 5."hi"rt7'SS
no after effects from such Indul- that ended hostilities of the world
sence. There Is avoidance of gassl- war. The cl.icf event of the dinner
ness. no sour risings, no water brash. wa the presentation to John W
you don't taste 'em hours after. Uavis. the Arnerlcan ambassador, for
If vnu h-. f.t.rh.i n..e-.. -l,w .v- -1 . i"" was wiw. are ior " ,t. t---.;-""". ot
- - J . ' ... . ,i . l"- uiMiin DwM.n KMbi. ' win i ii ti w wnn inru. a .i uiuiRinaiHi snnnt. .ft rTi. . a.
?!f?H h-rnoiwi". or re fr ow!B Hpoerson at the stockyards arose over !aId for those who starve, for fear of lcan PoPl testifying to the excellent
?ad hea-'--iR so to your drugsist the count.ng of some cattle iXS.V7 I anfferlns:. Thev r5r., ,1 1 JSZSZ 1 relatfons which existed between ti!i
. sc. i uunce oi rarmint toouDie oeiong to the T. and O. outfit vT.6t inditrestlon and n V JTT -
strensrini. ana Ann t n ,t u r.in nf wf.naa. .-..:- . . i - . " i . . . . . . ' ' ' " w
?t water . and a" llule granulated ' up To T thT siockv. "VZi0 r?5! I lne Btomacn to r
All of the witnesses used in the
, rno,? corroborated the testimony
These not Cakes (Hve
Mere EaJonnent Fnr
tsreattiaftt 1 nan Aar
lhiEg BUe Eloee I IH.
eorered Stuart's Dys
declared to be wholesome, digestible
and nourishing under normal stomach
Many people, however, once got the
notion they couldn't eat uoch things
and have grown in prejudice as a
consequence. They haye denied them
selves almost everything except milk
But you will find here asd there
one of this kind eating onions, en
cumbers, melons and other such ter
rors of the dyspeptic because he has
fniinH th.t n.& 1 . i . '
but I do know that we were not
molested. In crashing through the
brush we had a nuneture and went
into Carboa on three wheels and one
spark piug. the other plugs having
got tired and iuit-
All the houses in town were alight
and their occupants awake and
reatly alarmed bv the sound of the
firing, for thev believed thev wre
In for an attack by the Yanuls. We
told wisat we had seen and were as
sured that the Taquls were all about
Aa a Mexican colonel, I wrote an
order for the chnuffenr to com
msndeer some spark plugs from the
only Ford In town, and at I oclock
started for HermoiMlo. it miles away
over tn exceedingly rough road.
tvnen tne mad faded out we hacsted
our way through tbe brush with
m?netes. only to ret tanned an In
a rnllv from which we were able to
extricate nursflves after an hour an
a half of hrd work.
An EBetwrBfer on .! SMt.
We saw three men on horebaefe
eom'ne toward ns.
raonlnr' eTetalmerl flM i4unrf.n.
Tender the eircumetanM .lifta
out one uimv to do. ant we did It
After we had fired a few nbnta rj.
of the men feM from his horse.
AUOtrer Yauf nlflmiAUnreA ttnA tnlr.
incr the wounded man uo behtiul him.
rode off with the tMrd man f
as coun. 't trt t'm- there wss
a stardi"tr offer bv CalVs nt Jin
each fo- the bodies of Taquls. but
I offered no protest when I saw that
$100 disappearing. ' Money was no
eMct to rr-e ,1ust then.
The chauffeur needed no urging to
"step on it " but his utmost en
deavors could not goad the decrepit
old rattletran Into any exhibition of
spirit. Our gait would not have been
indecorous In a funeral procession.
Presentiv we came to a small ranch
house where some 30 Mexicans were
lounging ahont. Thsy safd we were
row out of tbe Tanul country and
'hat we could reach Hermosillo In an
hoar an a half. They did not know
Two and a Half Miles an Hour.
We rer-Mv did arrive In TT-.na11tA
about 4 oclock !n the afte-noon, cov
ernlrg te l5t 30 miles of our Jour
ney In 10 hours The average anted
for tv en'lre trio of -o Was
less than two and a half mflea an
hour. Considering that the greater
oart of the way lay throu-h a coun
try infested bv savages. I F-mlt thst
this sneed was rot exce 'e.
I called on srovernor rai'es Imme
diately after arriving in Hermosillo.
When I had recounted briery the In
'Idents of the journey Cals flushed
with ane-er as he exc'alired:
"MaJ. S-hwierts was crazv to send
you on such a dangerous rMe with
out escort. You are certainly a man
of nerve. I admire you for It.
"General T him nnn tn ' .-
w: uiu irrrni. nown there.
. A nullty German.
know all about It. I must say
that Scnwle-ts has most decidedly
exceeded his authority to fire on
...ciuaua ano w try to Kill ircomor.
rt is a wonder he wm not killed when
jo many fired. O'Connor has been
here and h.u tnM ,n ,k- i. -i
i rtorT. I shall investigate this, you
i "Pchwi-rtz : Is ss gulUv as O'Connor
A- . now. atm as fo- spesk
Ing Rpani.h. he can speak the lan-
fua-e wen enough to do crooked
""r- a rori car in tne sts
Hon here thst shri.rt, -.-i-
"f i i1 s""' for 05- There are
storage oar-res nn It be
"ante no borer eonld h fmmA
le 1?r.?' hat "e stole 7 stick- of
; " .7. . . ro ornereo sow for S4
..-n ?J know the vv-,e of t, ,tnf,
oniamea into for
t, F doesn't kro- nor care ahont
'ne vnit'e of avth' so lanr as he
rfered and eantnred Julio Ac sta.
s-to ae tne leaner or the outiawx
lINESE SMUGGLED FROM
UU11V1U1 wui a vts nova
Tucson. Arlz Nov. 12. Chinese
who enter this country Illegally fromJ
sonora, can nol oe rexurcea to tuat
state, accoraing to tne local mitea
zstates immigration otzicer.
We have the finest stock obtainable of
" CHOICE EE CLAIMED TURKEY BED SEED WHEAT
Write, wira or phone at our expense for prices. Your mail orders
will receive the same prompt and careful attention as a personal
call at our office.
HEID BROS., Inc.
HAY, GRAIN, FUEL & FIELD SEED.
Texas and Dallas Sis.
returned here today. Tick was found
to have entered the Cnited States
from Sonora and ordered deported.
Me-lcn offu-!ls sold fi ontv O"-
nese who own property in Sonora are
permutea to restae mere s-na no
others would be allowed to enter.
TWO REPtTBI-ICS COWPAVT
GETS PERMIT FOR BriLBFCG
Contractor J E. Morgan took out
Wont I a bufldiiu? permit Wednesday mnrn-
Tick, who was ordered deported by 1 Ing for the construction of the Two
the immigration authorttiea. was de- I Rennblle eomnanv'a of fir hn !Trlt n
nied admission to Mexico by Mexican' which is to be put up on the corner Scott White Drug Store Mills Bldg.
authorit'eri Sun-!av and fie mm was of Texas and Stanton streets. It is Advertisement.
to be of reen forced concrete and to
cost JJ5.000. Its around dimensions
will be by 139 feet.
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times a ca
This w.u often bring quick relief
from the distressing bead noisea
Oioge-ed nostrils srould open, breath
ing become easy aiid the mucus stop
croyn i.t into th- throat. It is easy, "Get out of there - M
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Eating should be one of our chief !rr,rsthlnrdSiV:J.r.V.e5 .vthe lord
enjoyments. It Is
attractive of social gatherings, and It I British Is'es 3 tOWns ln
is worth our while to realise that we
may Indulge freely by exercising the I Colds Cause Headache and pi
SrM'J"ary """S of ldln' ' verish Headacheratd Brpalnns
digestive process. Thus you may eat caused from a cold arc Tsoon relieved
K biSC'I U, brkWfcatS- riCh tak,"S LAXATIVE T bROMO QVIS
cake. onions minre pie, sausage and INE Tablets There l onlv one Bro
so on provided you take a Stuart's mo Quinine " E w omvp?
j, tar. on the box, SOc Adv.
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A.tetter.From the Mother of the Family
Winchester, Tenn., September 17, 1919.
I am the mother of seven boys and seven girls, all about grown. We, I suppose,
are one of the healthiest families in the South. . . We are a large family; you will
see very few families, mother and father, with fourteen grown children, who can say
that their health is better than ours, , and we have used for our family medicine
THEDFORD'S BUCK-DRAUGHT, and very little of anything else.
BLACK-DRAUGHT is the best liver tonic I have ever seen. We have used it
for headache, torpid liver and constipation, and it is just as recommended.
MRS. PEGGIE ROSE.
Insist on ThedforcFs Black-Braiight
Powdered liver Medicine. The Original and Genuine
lorn Cross's; Dyspepsia Tablet afterward Adv.
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