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colds and indigestion by timely
msific&tionwith the thoroughly test
ed and reliable remedy of the Ameri
It's better to be safe than sorry.
Many a long spell of distressing sicknesi
might have been prevented if this proved
remedy had been resorted to in the first
stages. Any article that has been efficiently
used for nearly half a century has proved
its value. Tablet form if you desire it.
At your druggists.
THE PERUNA CO. Colantns. Ohio
The person who can see
nothing but government red
tape and fussiness in the food
control measures can see very
little below the surface in the
present day situation. The
food control measures were
.not put in operation because
this government had any rel
ish for interfering with the
private lives of its citizens.
The fewer measures of this
sort were needed the better
pleased would be those in au
thority. : That the President insisted
on, and Congress granted food
control legislation, is the most
conclusive of evidence that
the situation called urgently
for snch measures.
Probably never before in
history has the world faced
the situation it now faces. We
speak glibly of our crops in
billions of bushels, forgetting
that the demand also is couch
ed in billions. We look at
ouf bursting graineries anc
overflowing barns, forgetting
that across the waters are
millions of the world's man
hood engaged "entirely in con
suming and destroying.
To be specific, there would
have been no price set on
wheat had not the govern
ment foreseen that long be
fore a new crop could be har
vested ,the scarcity of that
cereal would send the pi ice
ouc of reach of all but the
But enacting food contro
laws and appointing executors
is not, of itself, going to safe
guard the country. There is
another factor to the situa
tion, and the principal one
the people. In a general way
the food controllers can con
trol the prices, but they can
in no sense control consump
tion. This is entirely up tc
the people themselves. If a
spirit of strict economy and
conservation does not prevail
throughout the land, the ef
forts of government will be
It may seem like thrashing
over old straw to continually
"refer to the urgent necessity
of economy in consumption
of food. But the situation
calls for iteration and reitera
tion. Reforms come slowly.
Not by once telling, or twice,
or three time, do we learn the
lessons of life, but by contin
ued hammering of the same
truth into our consciousness:
are we at last brought to see
it clearly. This is our condi
tion in the present emergency.
Our past indulgence, coupled
with the fact that our supply
always HAS been sufficient,
has lulled ,us into false repose.
But the people of this coun
try always learn the lesstin
when it is put squarely up to
them. Last spring they were
assured that to preserve the
prosperity of the country a
record crop of everything
must be produced. To this
appeal they answered loyally
and enthusiastically. They
are now assured that, if we
v ould avoid hunger and want,
this same seemingly bountiful
supply must be carefully con
served and meted out. That
they wih loyally meet this de
mand aiso, we have no fear.
But it will lequire self denial,
frugality, thrilt and economy
to tide as over in comfort to
anothei harvesi. But it can
be done, a a .v'll be doe.
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No loss of time. No suffering.
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Thirty Years' Success in the Treatment
of Liquor and Drug Habits
Credential on Request
Located in the Healthiest City in the
DR. J. J. McKANNA
Box 157 Telephone 96
MAGDALENA, NEW MEXICO.
There is more Catarrh In this section of
the country than all other diseases put
together, and until the last few years
was supposed to be incurable. For a
ureat many years doctors pronounced it a
local disease and prescribed local reme
dies, and by constantly failing to cure
with local treatment, prqnounced it incur
able. Science has proven Catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and therefore re
quires constitutional treatment. Hall's
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Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
Constitutional cure on the market. It is
taken internally. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
They offer one hundred dollars for any
case it fails to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials. ,
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Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
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Many thousands of
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tonic, according to letters
we receive, similar to this
one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell,
ofHayne.N.C. "I could
not stand on my feet, and
just suffered terribly,"
she says. "As my suf
fering was so great, and
he had tried other reme
dies, Dr. had us
get Cardui. . . I began
improving, and it cured
me. 1 I know, and my
doctor knows, what Car
dui did for me, for my
nerves and -health were
The Woman's Tonic
She writes further: " I
am in splendid health . . .
can do my work. I feel I
owe it to Cardui, for I was
in dreadful condition."
If you are nervous, run
down and weak, or suffer
from headache, backache,
etc., every month, try
Cardui. Thousands of
women praise this medi
cine for the good it has
done thern, and many
physicians who have used
Cardui successfully with
their women patients, for
years, endorse this medi
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to be in splendid health,
like Mrs. Spell. Give
Cardui a trial.
ft II T Er'Ssa
NOTICE OF SELECTION
Under Sections 2275 and 2276,
U. S. Revised Statutes, as Amend
ed by Act of Congress, February
28, 1891, (Paragraph 9 et seq.,
Rules approved April 25, 1907)
as Extended1 to the State of Ari
zona by Act of Congress, Ap
proved June 20, 1910.
United States Land Office, at
State of Arizona.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby that the State
of Arizona has filed in this office
its School Indemnity Land Selec
tions, Lists Nos. 972, 973, 974,
975, 976, 977, 978, v 979. 980, 981,
982, 983, 984, 985. 990, 991, and
998, Serial Nos. 036380, 036381,
036382, 036383, 036384, 036385,
036386, 036387, 036388, 036389,
036390, 036391, 036392, 036393,
036398. 036399, and 036406, re
spectively applj ing to select, as
indemnity, the following- describ
ed lands, to-wit:
List No. 972, Serial No. 036380:
In T. 14 N.,R. 30E. : All Sec. 10.
List No. 973, Serial No, 036381:.
InT. 14N.,R. 30E.: All Sec. 12.
List No. 974, Serial No. 036382:
- In T. 14 N, , R. 30E, : All Sec. 14.
List No. 975, Serial No. 036383;
In T. 14 N.,R. 30E. : All Sec. 22.
List No. 976, Serial No. 036384:
-In T. 14 N. , R. 30E. : All Sec. 24 .
List No. 977, Serial No. 036385:
-InT. 14N..R. 3CE.: All Sec. 26.1
List No. 978, Serial No. 036386:
-InT. 15N..R. 30E.: All Sec. 8.
List No. 979, Serial No. 036387:
- In T. 15 N.,R. 30E. : All Sec. 12.
List No. 980, -Serial No. 036388:
In T. 15 N. , R. .30 E. : All Sec. 24
List No. 981, Serial No. 036389:
In T. 15 N..R, 30E. : All Sec. 26.
List No. 982, Serial No. 036390:
-In T. 15N.,R. 30E. : All Sec. 30.
List No. 983, Serial No. 036391:
-InT. 15N..R. 31E.: All Sec. 20.
List No. 984, Serial No. 036392:
-In T. 15 N.,R. 31E. : All Sec. 28.
List No. 985, Serial No. 036393:
-In T. 15 N., R. 31 E.: Lots 1,
2, 3, 4; Eh WJ; NE; N SEJ;
SWi SE Sec. 30.
List No. 990, Serial No. 036398:
In T. 20 N., R. 26 E.: All Sec
List No. 991, Serial No. 036399:
-In T. 20 N., R. 26 E.: All Sec
List No. 998, Serial No. 036406:
-In T. 20 N , R. 21E.: SEI SEi
Sec. 30. In T. 16 N, R. 19 E.:
Sh Siii Sec. 6. In T. 20 N., Rt 21
E.: SEi SEi Sec. 18. In T. 15 N.,'
R. 31 E.: SEi SEi Sec. 30. In
T. 16 N., R. 19 E. : S SEi Sec. 4.
(All in G. & S. R. M.J
During the five weeks' period
of publication of this notice or any
time thereafter and before final
approval and certification, this
office will receive protests or con
tests as to any of the tracts ap
plied for and transmit the same I
to the General Land Office. . !
Dated at Phoenix, Arizona, Sept
J. L. IRVIN,
. JOHN J. BIRDNO,
Date of first publication Oct.
Separating a Man from his Money it can be done
all right ask Doc.
But separating a man from his money for poor
Building Material is a different proposition.
When you see some of the stuff that masquerades
under the guise of Lumber and Building Material
we really wonder how some people can be separated
from their money so easily.
It's all very well to think, of your dollars when
buying Lumber and Building Material, but it is also
mighty good judgement to consider the quality in
relation to the price.
When we sell you Lumber and Building Material
we first look to Quality then to price and finally
to the best and quickest way of giving both.
1 A. & B. SCHUSTER CO. I
St. Johns, Arizona
W W WWfl1!!! W W W W W W W W W'fMf flfl
Information concerning Government land
promptly furnished. Guaranteed scrip for sale,
contests conducted plats furnished, school land
leases procured, Forest Reserve matters adjusted,
mineral lands patented, water, reservoir and
rights of way applications prepared.
Ten years vOith General Land
Office, Washington, D. C. and
five years receiver U. S.
HAMPTON &- ARNOLD,
I Nelson and Sons 1
All kinds of building materials, rough and
finished lumber, lath, shingles, moldings or
anything in the lumber line.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FIIXJEI)
Parties wishing anything in our line will do
well, to call on us or write to
H. NELSON, Manager
ALEX. SHREEVE, Prop.
A good place to bring your
For the present will be' at
shop on Saturday only.
Quality, Service, Cash
Commercial Street. First door
West of A. C. -M. I.
St. Johns, - - Arizona
The Incoir.pcrchle Baby Food
The Perfect Tcod for Invalids
wu). rw -rj rv4irBr health III those !
Si. ... k: ii tubereutcwM or stomach rSj
W. D. RENCHE.R
St. Johns, Arizona