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SafSaS. sPrFe' varTfaTr -asjjSja
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LOCAL STORES TO
Massed 6 WkaaMac. W.Ya.
AMNUUL tilt. IT MILIUM M1M
MAY BE ORGANIZED
nmr Tram (h AMnwjwttjMi' Iti'M May
liirm OrganlsMHm Him rlay Twir
HKHH'III flt ClttoO f MWMHI.
Thero In n movement on foot o or
ganize tho inur baakctbnll leaaia now
In tttc Held In AlmtqiMratte Into a
league, to nrrnngu a achcdulo at local
games Oil w'.atc-. ami to play a
loiirnnmont nt tbo eloao of tho season.
Tho Iohhih Interested nro tho Unlvor
ally. HiMliH'fcH College Indian school
utiil IiIkIi school nKKri'KQtloni.
Tho faculty member of each In-
slltntkm moat directly connected with
tho bMketball toams will moot tomor
row afternoon at the Commercial club
to discus mattcra relutlvo to the
formation of the league.
While- thcro la nothing definite on
record nbout tho matter, till. It u
thought thru nn organluttlon of omo
kind will bo effected. Such n leaguo
would of Hire plenty of Rood basketball
Runica tiuro tnia winter.
HBST WAJtD LADf"
WIN TOOTBALL GAME
A lively nnd acrnppy game of foot
hall w played this morning between
tennis representing tho First and Hoc-
oml ward school. The ttattlo toox
nlace on tho Held at tho corner ot
tlrnnd nvenno nnd Kdllh nnd woa wit-
neaacd by a la rue number of partisans
or I tic two ecneeis.
Tho youngster allowed remarkaWo
familiarity with tho pigskin anme nnd
pulled oft norne very clover playa. It
was nn exciting content nil tho way,
but tho Flrat ward IhiIb were n llttlo
too atout fnr their ommncnta nnd car
rled homo tho bacon by a score ofU
For ho First wnrdura Griffin, Oheae,
lleacock, Kwlmt, lalmer and Heine
all illlHlfkel Ihemaelvea. Moeer
nnd Ruob wero the atari for the Sec
ord ward boya.
I-mllr purchasing to .the amount of
$150 nr over will be given an em
broidery book for 1913. at Mrs. Wll
son's, :0S Went Lead,
peeial Service and Facilities
Will Be Announced All
Next Week by Leading
YOUNG ill TAKES
OWN LIFE AT
Despondent Beeause He Had
Lost Money and Feared His
Father Would Scold Him,
I'm on y way.
With characteristic energy nnd en.
erprlao, n majority of tho lending
uierclinnta of Alhuiiuernuo hnvo, nt
the suggestion jf tho Kvonlng Her-
Id, Blven thrlr hearty approval to u
Ian which firomlsca to modrrate
inoMt effectively the uiunl nerve rack
Intr Bhopp'TR runli of the few days
lly comtiiun coimcnt the Inleroted
mcrchanta hnvo drMgmtled next
week, December 11 to 10. ua "Karly
Miopplnir Week" In AlbU(UeriUr, und
they will apuro no effort tu-ntlmulato
zlft buylnic during thai period.
AdvrrllolnR Hint Aluddln'a lamp
of builncia and of aoclnl progrew
In bo thn principal ineuna employ
ed, Atlinttlve unnouncemontH of ape-
clol acrvlcu or focllltlea are to nn
dally feature or "Karly HhupplKK
Week," and It wilt bfc to tho Inturont
uf AlbuiiuenpJc peeplo to Inspect
with ununuul euro the advertising
columns uf this paper.
Tho Hcrald'a early shopping Idea
bos been accorded the heartiest np
proval by Albuiucriuc people, who
nro recognised ua leaner in sociui
work. Mlwi Harriet . Kaxe, tlio ef
ficient neerctnry of tho V. w. C A
hiiH Riven her endorsement In the
most vigorous terms.
I"! am for anything," said Miss
Staxc, "which will tend to mnko con
ditions easier for tho working people
n tbls nwlul riirlstmaa rush, I do
not think tho fault Ilea entirely with
the proprietors of the different Indus
tries, but In tho imbllo acntimeni
which demands extra liuurs, and in
the nubtlc cHrelctwtiesa or thought
lessnesa which hermits the bulk of
the shopping to accumulate In J ho
latter end of the time before Chrlst-
was. 1 had thought this year to Ho
what I could, ua the Instrument ot
the V. W. C. A., to create a public
sentiment nanlnst the Christmas rush
nnd the things which make It pol-
ble. t hardly expected to achieve
l"Too often tho peoplo who lake
part In the Christmas rush loso all
spirit of Chrlstmaa. They Just de
spise tho very word Chrhitmai. too
often tho glrla who work arc ao fa-
tinned by Christmas and Ka nHrti tnai
they have not even the heart to open
their Christmas packages.
"I hnvo lived In the house with
girls from tho photograph studios
tho reception rooms, you know-und
the retouchers, too, und novo seen
them utterly fatigued, Just worn out.
on Christinas night, when everyone
else was liuppy und gay. And boys,
too, the mecsnngcr boys, and tho
men on tho trains, und tho express
messengers, all have hoavler work
"I do not think tho lateness Is due
to Intentional desire to nuko tho tot
ot these workers harder, but moro to
carelessness nr thoughtlessness In
buying and sending presents.
'1 think that the development of
healthy public sentiment against
overworking people In tho Chrlstmaa
rush Is one of the best weapons to
cuinbut that rusta. If that I what
the Herald proposes to do, I Urn fvr
It, 1 think we ought to hnvo more
uf the real Gulden Kuln spirit In our
Christmas dealings. The workers
have n right lo n real Christmas nnd
lit the spirit of cnrtma, nnd we
ought not to deprive then) ot It by
making them too tired to enjoy
ChilstmaH. Chrlstmaa ought to bo a
time of pearu Hnd plenty, not over
work and fatigue."
Bring a Merry ChrietmM
suit ease er a
all leather kind liie
with leatker or line. At
1.0 tt 10,00
Traveling taps, and
ligkt trk kata far a
,wMm Infflifk tajHW
Trunks r Wardrtket,
tteaiMM, "kureawi" er
tke skyk kM.
3m t.00 U tjM.90
SaVHatkiiMf iii x mtik. wc
aajsWaTsJaWa Wm WmwWmw W m
wade wiai", kirtt.
(Itoswell Morning News.)
Disheartened over recent finan
cial reverses and over trouble be
tween himself and father, I. A. Keel,
better known ns AIvIh by his friends
here, eommlttrd suicide by drinking
an ounce of carbolic uclrt nt the Itos-
well Trading company' yards, an
Thursday morning nt 7:30, dying only
twent minutes afterwards.
Up until the time of coming to this
country two weoks ago Keel wna
resident ot Wichita Falls, Texas, At
tbnt time, having some difficulty
with his fnther, his brother Lewie,
manuger of the Itoswell Trading com
pany's yard, sent for him to rum,
thinking Hint It would be better than
for him to remain nt home, mneo
that tlmo he has been working for
his brother nt the yards.
As told by tho witnesses at the In
quest, nothing seemed to be wrong
until Wednesday, when ho told W. A
(lliivcr, who tins been stopping nt the
yard, ubout having n flue horse and
saddle taken and also losing $100 In
u mule deal. He said lit the time
that "tho world was getting pretty
bard for n fellow," but he did not
seem to ua especially uownrasi
Thursday morning he arose and did
the chorea ttt tho wagon ynrd as
usual, but when asked by his brother
as to why he did not cat nny lircnk-
fast he renlled that ho was not feel
ing very hungry and did not tnWK
that he cared for anything. About
7 o'clock ho went to tho Iloawcli
Drug and Jewelry company und pur
chased a i! lino's worth of carbolic
ncld. When asked by Mrs. Cravens,
the druggist, for what use he wanted
It. lie renlled that he wanted It for
disinfectant nurnoses. Aa near as
can be learned, ho went directly buck
to the ynrd and Into- the bunk house,
where he drank the ncld, pronaoiy
throwing the botllu over back of his
trunk, whero It was found later oy
Dr. It. I.. Ilrud cl
Ha leaves, besides his brother
Lewie of this city, n father and moth
er, two sisters, one or whom resides
at Clarendon, Texns, and tho other
In Mnvcns county, who have been no
tified and nro expected to arrive to-
duv. flii uns 21 years old.
The main point brought out In the
Inquest was tho slight troublo that
the young man hud had with hl
father, and knowing that he wus on
thn road to tbls country was worried
ubout having moro trouble. Having
no other place to go and not wishing
to bo In troublo with his parents, he
took the first means that offered nnd
decided to put himself out of tho
Tho coroner'a report waa aa fol
'We. the undersigned, justice of
the pence and Jury, who sat upon tho
Inquest held this 7th day of Decem
ber, 1911, on tho body of U A. Keel,
found In Precinct No, 2 In the county
of Chaves, territory of New Mexico,
Hnd thnt the deceased came to his
death by reason of carbolic ncld
poison, welt udmlnlstcrvd und with
one jBLbkBA 5 0fE
CENT I HKHft 1 CKNT
KACH SBSW? BACH
Red Croe Scald Provide
Hospitals and Sanatoria
piipentatUM and Vliltlng Nutm
These Prevent Tuberculosis
and Protect Your Home
iMt Yew $meo War Were SeM
This Year h MJMIon la Needed rem
Red Crow Seal
WILL YOU DO YOUR PART?
led CrsMSest Cot tmt One
nt Ms St. Mid tnairtd M umhi
M tv uM tor R4 Cm ItiU Is jmi tliUkr,
the balcony, but there were extra
seats brought In and then benches to
aland on, whHe LeKreiiWitrth aocl 'ty
posed nlong tho aide walls und its far
down the main nialea us tho ushers
would ullow, and ovon dangled a
fringe of legs over tho balcony rail
AudlfHW was Not Afraid
wished' inevitably for n little history
of the actors and why they nro play
Ing their parts. And you were lucky
to H near Captain I'urerll. Captain
Purretl knows all nbout them. He
acted na overseer nt the rehearsals,
and could tell you how the different
nrtora were selected and how they
were debuted regularly from their
prison work to rchcarso In the after
noons, after which they went bade
to work iikiiIu, nnd how they enjoyed
It nlmost pathetically, nnd what it
tremendous hit tho show mudo
Thanksgiving day with tho other con
victs and even now. over in tho great
cell room next door, n thousand nro
lying awake and listening to the
music nnd keeping very still lest they
mar tho success of their mates' per
formance before the people trom tho
And Captain Parcel! tips you off to
bits of "previous history," too, eomo
nf It grim, somo pathetic, soma
drcndfoi. nnd nil ending In Number
Land, whero nobody wears n nnine
A humorous bit, occasionally. Thero
Is Dooly, now, turning ImndsprlnKt
ou roller akatea over u poudcroua
suitcase on tho itnge. It was n suit
casn that got Dooly Into trouble. Ha
"Pinched" tino from a United tHntos
officer nt n military imit. Wonder
If be dislikes suitcases now?
Then there la that big man In red
and yellow--yes, the fat Abdul I. In
Turkey Isle." Now, ho was n clown
years and years ngo, a clown In n
circus, nnd worked himself up In
business nnd politics to be mayor of
a big Iowa city, nnd then wvirKcu
hlmself down ngnln, far below tho
clown rank. Now, thnt trio singing
and dancing the ono on tho loft wna
n banker! tho other two were nctow.
and you notlco thnt tho short one
skips nobut and smiles all tho tlmo
ns if he couldn't help It T Well, ho'n
looking for n parole. It may come
before Christmas. His Jollity ln't nl
"put on," you sec.
There's tho one the boya call "Ca
rusoi" quite a singer. Isn't hoT well,
ho was tho foreign correspondent of
a V ttshurg ban I: and got mixed up in
some International money Juggling.
And that llttlo Italian with the
smooth, rich voice, doing uu nccor
dloii act-aure, ho doea It well; ho
used to do It In real vaudeville, out
side. Oh, but he's In for a long time
hefa got nine yenra yet. And If you
'SSW V. Mi
'SSW SO? Ml
Head Carefully ? i'10 k c cook' nooy.Mrs. jam
'' i McKcnrio Illll, of Huston CooVlnjr School
fame, tells every housewife how to Iwmio an expert cook how to prepare
auch aptctWnB illslica the family will go simply vrlbl over what you act
The K C Cook'a Nook U lllustrateil In 9 colors, contain 90 teatcd nnd
Iroven recijiea iiiai win nc sihtthjhi rtrty
fiuili the few almplosuKRcsttousarofoltower.
The K C Cook's IWw)k 1 lutn tireiwrc.I
nt an expenso of many thoutmnd of dollnrs,
nnd if purchased nt n store would easily cost
av cenw, jr wo Rive it aosoweiy irtt ni wo
want you to knoiv exactly what K C llaklnt;
ivwitcr i anil wnai win uo lor you in
your own kitchen, you nccii tuts won-
ueriui iJooKit is ot viui uuporuuca
i every liomewifc.
t&Mf CAN WhMWT
How ta t the
Write j-our nnme nnd nddrm
lUAiuiy on nits coupon. At-
ucn inc colored ceritnoiio
. 1 t nt .
lenct-rfillflle in j.ccih aim,
vn.tilMCwik'suuk sciulliqr Iwtll to US.
I'HUH. You will twmlthtyirladrwl
It wna u full house. It there wna
nny npprehoMton concerning tho plot ur UlnB cg0 enough you can boo
iu escape recefmy iiucuy- i .... tn0 ilti0 i(nnn'a sm n doesn't
revolvers and dynamite ,o found
In the prison yard, thero w-us no evi
dence of It among thu members ot
the audience, .and thero were only n
few guards, apparently unarmed, in
All around the building vi sta
tioned a strong patrol, but the "pa
trons" might havo been filing Into
any well .ordered theater through tho
eomo from Inside ns ho carols lustily
awny about "Urmia Hylves'." Those
Indians dunce ns If they enjoyed It,
don't they? They are "short time"
men, Itenl Indians oh, yes- They'll
bo out soon. Fondness for liquor,
you know, und other people's home.
Iiut that benevolent uld negro
uncle, who sings "Ol' llluck Joe" In
such n mellow, powerful voice, nnd
on the lots nnrthaM of th Oiorgii I
Mylly home; that he hail taken u
hugo roek from nn old foundation
there und roped It tq the body of his
victim nnd then hauled It to the river
and sunk It. It wurf proven that Jotiea
had a gold watch nnd double larrel
shotgun, hut nelthur. could be found.
After sinking the lioily'doiilon went tu
bis cabin northwest! oMown where hu
wch arrestcu. nc. is now nervine a
llfo sentence at 8anta Va lor murder
ing his friend for a half Interest In u
well drill. The .ring left on the body
proved to bo tlenton'n undoing.
brilliantly 'lighted, speckles corridor c,,orrH , ,,,.Bh, , lt)0 ru
with lta marble wainscoting, for all
they' could see of precaution. Just a
uniformed offlelnl hero and there,
and it general ah" of alerlncsc nnd or
dcr especially order,
Inside the auditorium dignified,
well groomed attendants uctrd aa
ushers, seating the nudlcnce quickly
and quietly. They wore light, Jaunty
coats, and only tho tult-tulo flgurea
across the trouser legs showed that
they wero Inmate of Number Lund.
Women moro than half the audience
was of women, und there were muny
children, too eyed the ushers with
Interest, but their dignity wus Imper
Then tho show.
Nit Ono Hnd a Name.
Tho "difference" begun with tho
urograms. tastefuMe itot up In book
form as souvenirs uf tho occasion. No
names for the actors only numbers
No little "puffs" M European trl-
turn ot his "duughtcr" und her "cbll
1 tin" he's nn old, old number: 3060.
Many have come nnd gone since ho
wna sent up from the territories.
Murder. Hut, llfetlmcr ua he Is, lie
chuckles nnd capers nnd sing ''I'm
coming my head Is bending low,'
na If tho cotton fields wero Just bo-
hind his llttlo stage cabin and the
tall stacks ot fodder In the foreground.
A Klicnv Within a Show.
Tho llttlo histories make up a show
behind a show. If you can learn them.
A vaudeville show, too, In u way. Hut
not tho kind you sen on u painted
stage. And not tho kind you forget
It la nil over by in o'clock, but It
tukoa that crowd hntf an hour lo get
by the narrow, double gates. Tho
peoplo file out moro quietly than
from a theater. There Is something
uinpbH nnd succcsace nt the courts of labout the rigid order within the Walls
Use Wyetk's See;e ax Sul
phur; A Harmless Keme4y
That Makes tke Hair Grow.
. VAUM'.Vll.U HI IOW
(Kantan City mar.)
Thero was polite vaudeville In
Number Irfind last night and the
street cars worked In aquads to carry
Leavenworth aoclety nut to tho oik
federal prison to see thu show given
by convict, a repetition of that pro
duced for tho other prisoners lust
Two thousand Invitations wero ni
out by It. W McChtughry, wnnien,
nnd W. 11. Msckcy. deputj An ,-
mate ban It that !, or tne invita
tions wero uccopled. Tho 8. It. O.
sign waa out by 7 o'clock and when
the curtain rose nt 7:su ror uncm
Sam'a wards do not keep unreason-
ably late houra thero was not room
for the proverniai ono moro. inu
ehunel. where tho show wna given,
seats 1,100 on tho main floor and m
What a pity II la to observo so many
people with thin nnd faded hair nnd
then reullto that tin most of tbeso
people might have n fine, healthy head
of ha r if tiiey wnuiu uui use ino sim
ple "sage tu" of our grandmotnor.
combined with other Ingrudlenta for
restoring nnd preserving the hah. No
one, young or oia, ee nave gray
klr, weak, thin or railing nair, nan-
'dndr er uny trouble of the aort It they
wauW but use wyutn'a me m hui-
KWtoHnlr Remedy. On the contrary,
it la bomIIiIo to hava healthy, vigor-
our hair, of iierfect color, by few
iippllcatlona ot thl remarkable prep
Wvuth'a Haae und Hwlpnur Hair
ttewedy oulckly renwvea daMrua:,
Hi icata clan and healthy
srnnotM the growth at l He hair ann
ra4r the natural color of th hair
which haa become ad i griur. U
la a cbsan. whukWHaa dreeet), wmen
may b waad at any tlmo and with pit'
fvet safety. IMH't Jict ymr nwr.
Mrt today with Wyatk'a HrO Md
Tbhs MMra4km U oerd lo tha
MMfc t mny e Me. mm
mawiamded h4 H all drtttc
Oos in tlw stomack cmmsj from foU
wktch haa fartnanted, Oat rid of thla
Iweyy dtgatd fo m quickly a poa.
aloie If you woum avow a omoua m
tack: HKHBINK la th rcwdy yow
need, 3l vlransea anA fttrangthena the.
slosaacli. umi auij wM. a rtor
itrsTtr MM hrf sttaaaa. Frlee a
royalty simply numbers. Thero waa
tho "Zulu QuarteUe," billed as::
Offering the Newest Hongs.
'ricnted One Day at tho Altar."
7S73, 7SI4. 7126, 7431).
And thero was the monologue.
Tho Adventures of "Checkers."
lly the Popular' Character ArtUt.
"Turkey Ule." a ono-act musical
fnrco, wua "written eapeclalty for this
thnt does not encourage frlvolouu
chatter. Thero la n strange absence
of jostling nt the narrow gate, whero
two men In uniform watch keenly
tin faces as they file pust. Then tho
lid comes off thu chutterbux when
tho moonlight Is rruched, and tho
crowd storms the waiting sound uf
Street cars with all tho scraps of Jest
und laughter of people, who have
And the cnlertulners'' Hack In
I Remember, I Remembsr.
remember. 1 remember
Thu house whoru I wna born:
Tho llttlo window y.berq thu aim
uaino pccmiiK in in mom.
Hu nuvcr ctiniu n wluli too hooii,
Nur brought too loni: n day;
Hut now I often wish thu night
Had borno my breath uwuyl
Tim rosea, rod and white,
Tho violent, nnd tho Illy cups
Those tlowum tnndu of light!
Thu lilacs whero thu lutiln built,
And whero my brother nut
Tlio labutiiim on bin birthday
Tlio tree Is living yet!
I remember, I remember
Whore I was used lo awing,
And though tho nlr must rush na froth
To Bwallowa on (bo wltm:
My spirit flow In fenthen then,
That la no hoavv now.
And summer pool could hardly coal
Tlio fovor on my browt
1 remember, I remember
Tho Mr trcon dark nnd high;
I used to think their slender lops
woro cloiio ugnlnat tho sxy.
It was n chlhllah Ignorance
Hut now 'tin llttlo Joy
To know I'm farther off from llouvcn,
Than when 1 wbh a. boy.
" "" ' " " Thomas llodur1
occasion" by 7418, with a aklttish plot! Number Iind there la the endencod
and six muslrul numbenr. sung by u
chorus uf "num hers" nnd iv ballet
All through the program tho ten
acta ware told In numbers, aomu ot
them mournful enough, maybe, but
certainly nut stiowktff that way In tho
performance, The waa Juggling,
prt-stldlgltntlon and cabinet work,
roller akatlng ana mutlcul acts and
high clai danclng'and an old-time
Virginia, darkey s4e4eh, while tho
Arlon Mandolin orefcestra of luven-
worth contributed two numbers to
much applause. '
It wus a good stiow, take It nil
tnimp of gunrdH on thu flagslonca
und the clank of steel doors.
NOT OF HEART
Rett rtcti In UtiM TV P. R.
(Itoawcll Morning News.)
A Moxlcau wool hauler waa display
around) uway ahead; of the averagoling yesterday a rusty double burreled
nmuteur enturtittivNMiftt. as It had al shotgun which he uld he had found
rlcht to be for thcro were singers in a badger hole northwest ot town,
nnd dancer nnd actors In It that hudlTnn stock was euteu awuy und rust
stood w ell in "taaftMrofcMilon" before I hnd almost destroyed the thin bar
they c.i in e. by hoortor crook, prlncl- reU and triggers. Of course no one
pally crook, t i Niwnber Lund. And Irlulmed'the gun or could possibly hint,
there wero bit of)imor that wero ury it, but to several old tlmera who
dry to the edge of aclmnewi In samdltuw II, a grewsome tragedy was re
of the Jukes. "4 I culled.
Tnitli ToM'ht dewt. I It was when J. M. Peacock was Jus.
l'or Inilnuce in tho "Turkey Isle" I iicu of the peace und uctlng coroner
My CwiHj( Mm
sketch, 8J0J nniurKa to 74181
"Kino nlace, thla,"
And 7418 nwii'K with hearltnessi
"Burr no acitln out of It!"
And n Utile uier o mi imaaioary
thiit one day a Mexlcun brought the
word to town thut ho hud found tho
body of a man In North Hprlng river,
up near tho head. He had first dis
covered ii human foot sticking up out
W4yn4arvW,H.C,Mt. F. R. IfttHajWWj
dMi what I tfcaufhi wm mtl tftHtWc,
a. J IJslAat (MjaAlaa uJa1mAA MS V4U
tu.. u -u tad aUsI Tl4tel
ttaril'S BaiWk-DfiMgM. ratof4 IM Id
I wettM Mtf feJ Mfc wMtwttt
eWjw TFeWW in Ifrf
. . mmmMmmt ricnr ai aim s ,
H tmU my ftrtptftett, mhL by. IMi thul u ionkj Hk a good oaas
mm I wee rortd te mh. I m nnd you w I'm rok t
round-lho-gloiiu tmsr, SSOS Inslata on I of the water about forty feet from the
hla partner seeing' tk Rock of Gib
'HIht over there." he aaya.
'That' not the lta of UlbraMer."
objecie tho matter -of-facl 7418
"Thal'a a stone waH."
snore He threw a rupo over it unu
towed It tu shore.
A coroners Jury was summoned and
wi.nl out (hero and removed thu inucli
decomposed body from the water. Thn
face had oen vuton nwny oy tunics
"Aw, your imugjaaijlon la twkdad'Ur an and the head was beaten to a
ktll'rUMn. "sut isr HI"
'I'can't." Is thadsjeoanlate rttdy,
"If I-culd do you'WaMk I'd be atkk
lag a'rowiid here" .
WkHu 7373. smoMtN wvlRgly at a
clgnr. tens rnvira. n -iia
TMlford'S B!ck.Df.ht will w;
H hat Vm thai twothm,
taati 10 vtm, mi kt today Hm
Jeelr. Notiilng remained on the body
bt thn underelotnes, and a set ring
waTiltH llttlo nuiter which waa removed,
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TASTE SMELL AND
Destroyed lr Catarrh Can le
Quickly '.Restored bysine;
Ely's Cream Balm.
Tho thousands who suffer the mis er
ica of colds and catarrh nnd etalm they
have never found n euro can get In
stant relief by simply anointing tho
noetrlln with Kly Cream Ihilm.
Unlike Interim! mixtures which up
set thn stomach, or strong snuffs which
only aggravato the troublo, this cleans
ing, healing, antiseptic Hnlm Instantly
reache the seat of the trouble, stops
the nasty discharge, elenr t.ie nose,
head and throat, and brings back tho
sense of taste, smell and hearing.
More than this, It strengthen thn,
wrukoned nnd diseased tissues, thus
protecting you agulnl a return of tlio
trouble. This remedy will cure n cold
In a day und prevent 11m becoming
chronic or resulting In catarrh.
Nnsal catarrh Is nil Inflammation ot
tho membrane, lining the iilr passages,
nnd cannot bo reached by mixtures
taken Into the stomach, nor can It hi
ournl by snuffs nnd powders which
only cuuso additional Irritation. Don't
waste time on them, (let a R0 cent
bottlo of Hly'a Cream Halm from your
druggist, and nfter using it for a day
you will wish you had tried It soo'ier.
If your ciwo requtroH n spray, nK for1
Mly's (Liquid) Crcum Holm.
Mothers should give tho children
Hly'a Crtiim Hnlm for colds and croup.
It is perfectly hurmless, und plcununt
Monday, December 18
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NOTK WU piany lm a lot.iHdolr, anklmc nhh frm noun for mm
fathm and utibruo lak-nt. Tint irmlucloit Ii i nHHrcto ami fK-rfwt ex-
lirtWoii of etaai-craft. Tlwt muhi iiiaktu tomorrow Imit Iwpplly
llm fun llniecrw days aHdjihHH nfter.
Arriving Special Fivt'Car Train About 10 a. .