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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday August 25, 1918.
Western Socorro County Rich
in Fertile Valleys and Range
i (!?; NoraTrCw.)
Magdalena, N. M., Aug. 24. Not
every traveler la Interested tn the wild
and infrequented roads and lonesome
drives through canyons and over the
barren stretches of the desert, but 'i
one so inclined there scarcely roulij
be, found a section better suited to hl
rather unusual fancy than that to ha
met with a leisurely trip through the
western part of Socorro county.
The country from Magdalena t)
Reserve, overland, is as typical of thf
preat west as such a stretch of coun
try could well be. and to one in pur
suit of the romantic, the unusual un-i
interesting, the trip is fraught with
the greatest possibilities.
The first stop after watching th'
wild view of the MaL'dalena range
fade Blandly out of sight In maze of
blue and purple, is at Patil about
forty miles out. One remote ranch
house has been passed jirevlous to this,
but it was the only one. The ranch at
Datil is the old home place of th?
Motley family, who have been closely
connected with the history of th"
southwest for many years. The old
adobe ranch house is long, low and
quaint and overlooks a wide stretch cf
plain that merges into the rim of
mountains which surround the "Da
tils" like a blue wall.
There is a postoffice and small
ronntry store here and lodging and
meals are provided for the passer-by.
The altitude is about 8,000 feet and no
matter what the heat record may be
elsewhere, one Is sure of a comfort
able coolness in the atmosphere of
the Patil country.
In the living room of the old borne
which is haunted by so many memor
ies of the past the traveler may rest
an' await n savory meal.
Rrlght Indian rugs cover the floor
while a great adobe fire place nt ore
side sheds warmth and comfort tn
eral terms. There Is a thriving bank
at Reserve. A fine hotel was built laBt
year. The building is electric lighted
Reserve bas supported two garage?
and has had a well equipped liospiti:!
running for some time. The Ues rv.
Mercantile company operates a larg-i
general store at this point..
The Reserve country Is a fine
".inching section all through the Tit
larosa, Negrito and San Francisco vttl
"Vs. A new bridge spans the Rlr,
Frisco at Reserve.
Corn, lie.tns and a'fnlf.i ns well V
the best vegetables and fruit Is grow -i
In profusion in this fertile spot. '
lying like a tiny garden between th
lofty rangcx of the Until, Sun Fran
cisco and iilue Mountains. Within the
last year oil prosiects have been de
veloped in th" Reserve region, and
the work Is being continued to date
by (in incorporated company.
It has been expected that Reserve
will be connected with the Ocean to
Ocean highway through a southern
branch with the opening of the num
erous road projects now under con
struction in Socorro county. A tele
phone line has been put into operation
from Magdalena to Reserve and Fris
co largely through the efforts of Re
serve business men. for whom Mac
dnlena Is a trading and sbipplne
Reserve proper. Includes Reserve so
named on account of the adjacent
forest station, the Middle Plaza or
Frisco and the I.owcr Plaza- the last
two being Spanish-speaking comma
nities. In these three towns are per
haps two hundred and fifty persons
The increasing wcultli of the commu
nity In cattle and sheen has mad'
the" rapid progress of the town pos
slble while individual enterprise has
done the rest.
To the west and south of- Reserve
Las Vegas ff
greater part of the year, owins to the. is the Gila valley, teeming with an-
usual coolness of the air outside.
Cne leaves the place reluctantlv
after pleasant conversation with th-.'
present misties, Mrs. L. M. Warren, a
daughter of the Morleys.
Somewhere out from Datll, through
dent ruins of llin tun poopie-
sti tinge archaeological remains, pot
tery and other valuable relics. Tlie
cliffs along the river are veritable
treasure troves and must be viHited
In order to be appreciated. Through-
,.,i,.. o.,vnr one enmeH liimn nut the whole tourney the most strik-
the barren wastes of the plains f j ing impressions of the country that
Fan Auenstin a great expanse or one receive is of Its vastness and soli
desert, tufted only here and there bvltnde. As evening comes one Is haunt
bunches of coarse grasses or cao'l led by many strange fancies. The dea
lt is a desolate place, vet strangely ) t moonlight is weird and startling.
In barmonv with the low sandy hills Then the rocks and these take formid
and heaped rocks which characterise able shapes and the cull of wolves and
the landscape. Now and tnen a I coyotes mrougn m ii.ni"-u "
ovote slinks out of his hidden den
and disappears In the distance as
one proceeds, or a solitary black
eagle wings his way across the sky ic
proud flight.
Forty or fifty miles on and we have
comw toward evening to the Horse
Springs ranch the property of the
TWontneue Stevens family, whose RCr
quaintance is perhaps statewide. Fpf
manv years th'is property was In the
hands of a caretaker the Stevens
ness strikes the newcomer with nwo.
One is impressed in tne garnering
twilight gloom with the loneliness of
a solitary herder, whose huddled
sheep seem to pass over the rang"
like an undulating wave of white in
which the individual sheep Is onlv u
part of the vast moving mass. The
herder has a camp up the mountain
where a fire Is now gleaming am'
where others of his occupation will
soon be gathering. Here he will fline
living over near the Arizona border J himself down under the. stars while
In the vicinity of Reserve. Just now tho night herder will take his place
the genlul familv. whose mends are iwatcbful lest tne mm on v-
numbered by the scores, have re- j come the prey of the prowlers of the
turned to reside on the old place and darkness.
to welcome the paBser-by with a fine
Alltftnr M ViAHnttfllltV. . .
1 nnH rnmhlincr the fldobe f
ranch house opens Into a wide court
yard and out of that into numerous
corrals which makes one wonder as to
their use. There ore the "sheep dips''
tanks where sheep owners for miles Clements of I.as Vegas,
around drive their flocks for clean- j M , (H visiting her sister, Mrs. C. A.
'n Crowds and owners and herders j Jf" JKF of orand
come at these times and pitch then h h ,.f
camps on the premises. Here .about mL Rachel V. S.alth.
Fort Sumner
seven years ago, Solomon Liiina, one
of the great sheep owners of the dis
trict and u man known ail over the
county, stopping to spend the night at
Horse Springs, was touna tne nexi
J. Douglass Gillespie, telephoio
manager at Fort Sumner; Attorney
Keith W. Edwards, anil U P. Briggs,
each passed a successful physical ex
amination for the army and are mak-
morning dead in the sheep nipping preparations to enter an officers'
. 1. 14 ....... a,i,.nniAl1 thof flUIIItT Ifl I n 1
lannn, u w.n n ijov ...
the night he fainted and fell in the
tanks and was drowned.
Of course the place has a ghost ot
two, and many are the local tales of
the haunted rooms and courtyards
which regale the herders around their
On from this place to the west th-?
road crows wider. Mountains towe;
training camD at once.
Prof. A. D. Smith, accompanied by
his sisters. Miss Rachel V. Smith,
Miss Mollie Smith, his cousin. Mii-s
Pearl Westbrook, and Mrs. Frances K.
Nixon, returned Saturday from a trip
to Magdalena, Socorro and other
places of Interest.
Miss Helen Wltners, wno re-emu
road grows wider. Mountains lowe. ed a successful civil serviea c li
on every side, rocks of gigantic sin , anilnatlorii win leave Roon for Wash-
frown over the trail. The great Con
tinental Divide is reached, utant pine
loom up tall and straight among the
wonderfully colored and fastistically
shaped rocks. Lichens, red, yellow ot
Ington, where she has a position in
the War Risk Insurance department,
as Clerk.
J. J. Wlcman returned Saturday
from an extended business trip to
green, cover the slabs of lava that lie ij KanRas clty and othpr polnts in Tcxl8
on me imioiueo, mm.c uii nd Oklahoma.
may be seen the tracings of Strang
devise of animals and men and syne
bolic- designs engraven on the rocks
by Indians or pre-historld men.
Aragon, at a distance of one hundred
miles from Magdalena is a little vil
lage of picturesque appearance nestled
at the foot of the cliffs. It Is situate,)
on the limpid Tularosa. There are two
well-stocked stores here, a hall fo.
the frequent balles, a school house and
a tinv Catholic church. Out from
the town on the boulder strewn bill-1
sido are the graves of certain!
strangers dead close alone the road
where in troublous times of the past
tradition tells that the bodies were
found. Pathetic white crosses set in
heaps of piled stones mark each spot.
Twenty miles more of rugged scen
ery and one arrives at Reserve, a fine
little town, quite in contrast with
many of other New Mexico towns. Tin
spirit of progress seems to have
adopted this community as Itn own. A
number of enterprises are developed
or are being developed here. The pre
siding genius of this wide-awake vil
lage is the Hon. J. H. Gaunt, who
has served In the legislature for sev-
A most delightful dance wis given
by Mrs. C. A. Se Legue, at her home,
Friday night, In honor of her sister.
Miss Lucy Clements, of Las Veg.13.
The large ranch interests .if Kervis
& Tyson, eighteen miles nortnwest of
Fort Sumner, were sold recently to
Cue Howard and George Smith, ot
Forfaits, M. M.
The new knitting machine recently
purchased by the Red Cross chupier
here, has arrived.
A class for first aid work has been
organized here, and In being conduct
ed by Dr. A. F. Brown. y
An informal dance was given at the
home of Mrs. Re Legue Sa tin day
night, honoring Miss Nola Keen, of
Portales, who was passing through
the city, en route to Albuquerque.
The dam across the Pecos river
here, which was recently washed out
by the heavy rise, Is being repaired
and the irrigation farmers will soon
have access to water again for the
splendid crops which have been raised
In the valley this year. The recent
showers have also1 added much to
this vicinity and large yields are assured.
Rev. Dr. Nathan Krass, a prominent
.l( wish rabbi of New York city, was
entertained here Thursday afternoon
and evening by the Rlks' lodne and by;
the Commercial club. In the uftcr-i
noon Las Vegus women were enter-j
lained at a lea In tho Klks' club bouse,
which was addressed by Dr. Krass. Dr. I
Kiass' said he did not believe tlie do-;
ins' of unfeminlne work by women in;
war times would tend to make thein,
ninsculine, but when the war is over!
they will return to domestic pursuits.!
In the evening Dr. Krass was guest of I
honor at a dinner in the Commercial!
I'luh rooms. lie spoke to a crowd ofi
seventy-five representative I.as Vegas!
men. Democrat y was his subject. Fri j
day morning Dr. Krass was taken for Uj
trip into the neaiby mountains.
Mrs. P.yron T. Mills, wno has benj
spending several monlbs in Havana, i
Cuba, has retimed to her home in Lusj
Vega: j
George if. Klnkel. for many years u
resident- of I. us Vegas, and who has!
been connected with Masonic affairsl
and musical circles, will leave soon!
to take up his residence in Denver.
Mr. Kiukel recently married a promi
nent Denver woman who has large
properly holdings In and near that
city. While u resident of Ijis Vegas he
took a keen Interest in philanthropic
work, and was for veurs president of
the Y. M. C. A.
Mrs. Henry O. Poors anil daughters
have reurrieil from an automobile trip
through Colorado. j
A Las Vegas club is to be formed inj
Washington, D. P., by former resi-i
dents of this city who live in the!
national capital. So writes Mux T I j
feld to his mother, Mrs. Ludwig Wil
liam Jlfcld. Max, who is serving in the,
I'nited States army, is detailed for)
service In Washington.
Mrs. Nell llatchelor F.verett. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. I'atclielor of j
this city, has secured a position in
Troy, N. Y., as Instructor in Russell
fiaive college. Mrs. Kverett's husband,
to whom she was married over a year
ugo, Is serving in the army. The!
young couple resided in Tulsa, Okla.,
until his departure for tile war.
John W. Harris, Sr., president of thej
People's Rank Trust company, hnsj
gone to Kansas City to visit his;
daughter, Mrs. James Giiinnott audj
tier youiiB son. This i sMr. Harris' J
first visit to his grandson, who was:
born in July. j
Vs. M. Sweezy, general chairman for,
the Santa Fe trainmen, was here lust
week and left Thursday for his homej
In Kansas City. Mr. Sweezy formerly
was a resident of this city.
The I.a Jara Hunting and Fishing!
club, the organization which controls(
the famous bass and duck lakes north i
of Las Vegas, entertained United
Slates Judge Polin Neblett of Santa,
Fe, Judge Reed Hollotnan of Santa!
Fe. and Judge M. C. Mechem of So-!
ocrro last week. Judgo David J.l
Leahy, Colonel M. M. Padgett, Mayor
Fred O. Wood and other members of i
File club were hosts. i
Captain John A. Roach, who re-
cently left to take his command in aj
regiment of engineers, has arrived
safely in France. So has Lieut. I
Joshua Devor Powers, who served for
several months at Camp Kearny with
the former New Mexico national
Mr. and Mrs. J. Nunn, accompanied
by Miss Lucile Swallow,, have gone to
San Francisco. .They will visit for.
some time at Mare Island with C'arli
Nunn, who 1s In training for naval
John Rudolph and Sheriff Lorenzo
Delgudo are among tho Las Vegans at
tending the coyhoya roundup at Tu
euniearl. The following Las Vegans are dele
gates to the United Brethren confer
ence In Amistad: The Rev. Mrs. A. J.
Kunkel, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Jensen,
Mr. and Mrs. H .11. Schmidt, Miss
Ethel Chandler, Miss Gladys Pochel.
Mrs. J. Hirsehorn has returned to
her home in Kansas City after a visit
at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mrs. William Harper is In her old
home In Klmdale, Kans., where she
was called a few days ago by the
death of her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. McCIure, Miss
Marie Senecal and Miss Clymer have
returned from an automobile trip to
Colorado in the McCIure car. They
drove to the top of Pike's Peak.
Walter Krause and family also have
Just returned from nn auto trip lnj
Miss Louise Wells has returned
from an extended visit in Roswell. She
will resume her duty as a teacher In
the Ias Vegas schools.
J. R. Stlne. formerly principal of the
I Las Vegas high school, has gone to
El Paso, Texas, where he will be con
heeted with the school 'system, Mr.
Stlne was accompanied by his wife and
daughter and Miss Martha Leach.
Mr. and Mrs. George Selover have
gone to Cincinnati, o., where they will
visit their daughter. Later they will
go to New York and hope to see their
two sons, Ed and Roy, who are serving
in tho navy.
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Mrs. P. A. Ilccker has returned
from a month's visit In California.
Sergeant William Becker went to
Valley Hunch Sunday to spend "a few
days with his iater, Miss Fried i
Heeker, who has been spending a
fortnight there. Sergeant Becker ex
pected also to visit friends in Las
Vegas and from there return to Canii.
Funston where he Is stationed.
Gunner's Mate Wilton Davidson hai
returned to Mare Island after a fur
lough spent at his home in Belen.
Word has been received from Shir
ley Davidson, who is on his way tn
Mrs. Robertson Rranch had an In
teresting visit with her brother-in-law,
C. H. branch, one evening this week.
Mo was just returning from France,
where ha has been in the United
States navy, lie was on his way to
San Francisco.
ttev. Hcsllt. pastor of the Methodist
church, has returned from his vaca
tion trip and was accompanied by hl
bride. Mr. and Mrs. Heslit were
married In Mt. Carmel. 111., last wcel:
Kev. and Mrs. Heslit will make their
home in Albuquerque where he ha
been tin instructor In the Harwood
school for boys for several years, but
they will spend the week-ends in
Helen In order that Rev Heslit may
continue his pastoral duties here.
Thomas Arnett has returned to
Magdalena to look after his minin
Interests after a few days's viBit with
friends in Helen.
Miss Stella Schrleber Is home again
from a visit with relatives In San
Uernadlno, Calif.
The Misses Mczle Endersteln and
Kate Kroehnke and HJalmer Enrter
stien left Tuesday In the letter's car
for a trip to Springerville, Aria., where
they will lie the guests of the Gustave
Iieoker family for a couple of weeks
Word comes from France that Ser
fceant Robert Branch has completed
the course in the artillery school and
has been promoted to the rank of
second lieutenant. ! ''
Miss Naomi Heeker ' has returned
from Siiringervillo, Arln., and will
spend a couple of weeks with friends
and relatives in Helen before return
ing to her home In Now Orleans to
take up her duties as kindergarten
teacher in that city.
Miss Wilmcrlng has resigned her
position wfth the John. Uecker com.
pany and left Wednesday 'for Califor
nia, u
Mrs. William MeMIUen of Califor
nia is visiting hor mother, Mrs. J. C.
Wood. Mrs. MeMIUen formerly lived
In Albuquerque.
Mrs. John Heeker, Jr., Miss Frieda
Heeker and Master John Becker ar?
home from their overland trip to
Valley Ranch.
Postmaster Oeorge Hoffman was a
Santa Fo visitor this week.
Mrs. Hoffman, chairman of the Red
Cross work committee would like t. ,
have all finished work brought, to the
work rooms or her residence as soon
as possible.
The local lied Cross chapter fed
thirty-one soldiers at tho Harvey
house Sunday evening. Tho soldiers
were en route to the hospital at Fort
Bayard. After their supper they were
taken In cars for a ride to Ixis Luna-i
and return.
Anyone In Helen or vicinity having
garden products for sale Is askpd to
bring them to the Boys' and Olrls'
market on Wednesdays or Saturdays
from 8 to 10:30 a. (m. In front of the
postoffice. V
Mrs. Roger was In Helen Wednes
day and Thursday to meet with the
Boys' and Girls' clubs and. the locu:
Mrs. Hoffman and Mrs. Van VlecU
motored to I,os I.unas Tuesday In the
Interest of Hoys' and Girls' club and
the work of the nurses reserve.
Miss Anna McGulro and Master
George Stevens of Albuquerque are
spending the week with Mrs. Henry
Abell and family..-
Miss Crane of Albuquerque- was a
week end guest In the Merrill home.
Miss Pearl Hayerford left Wednes
day for a visit In California. ; -
Superintendent of schools Paris was
In Santa Fe last week attending the
state educational meeting.
Eddington Gage has gone to Camp
Cody, Sam McMuhon to San Francis
co, to Join the navy and Richard
Schenck is in the Mure Island naval
training school. ...
Miss Golden Npff, one of the teach
ing staff, has returned from a vaca
tion visit at Clovls. -'. -
Mr. and Mrs, W: TV Hollnmon are
enjoying a visit from their 'daughter,
Mrs. Graham, who resides at Las
Miss Ross Hoyd lias ' returned from
a summer's visit with a sister In Cali
fornia. , '
Este Neff, who spent last week vis
iting his relatives here, has returned
to Camp Pike, Ark.,' where he Is In
the officers' training school.
Mrs. H. S. Wright and idaughterj
-sura, have gone to St. Trills where
'he latter will attend "Washington uni
versity. Previous' to their departure
tho members of Miss Lnura'g Sunday
school class entertained her at a pio
nlc dinner and swim at Clarke's lake.'
Mrs. A. C. Kelnath eMrUilned last
week for Miss .Coviiiijton uhrt.Mias.
Dorothy Stephenson who are visiting
Rev. Edward S. Doane, of Rc-swell,
is holding a mission service ;at the
Episcopal church all this week. The
exercises will conclude with a lecture
to men on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Key are the
parents of twin cherubs, a boy and a
The agreeable change In the weath
er has caused the Artesia colony that
was camping In the salubrious air of
the mountains to come treking along
A draft on nature's warehouse for
a girl, drawn by Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Darlington, has been honored. Weight,
one two-hundredth of a ton.
The Nickson and Mummert families
have been supervising the finishing
touches on their new cottages on the
Ruidoso. In the i meantime Texie
Polk was clerk, porter and butler at
the Hardwlck.
Mrs. Florence Rarlow has resigned
hor position na chairman of the mem
bership committee of the Red Cross
chapter in order to devote all her
time to lyusiness affairs, as her son,
Mills, expects to be called to the
colors in a few weeks.
The weather In this vicinity the last
few days has been delightful. Fre
quent Bhowers, though light, have
cooled the air and kept down the
dust, affording a restful relief from
the parching weather of June and
July. Besides this, he isn't much of a
war gardener who isn't dissecting n
luscious canteloupe from his own
vines at least twice a day.
Special services were held at the
Methodist church last Sunday to dedi
cate the main aduitorium just com
pleted, and to unveil a church service
J. T. MoCullough and family have
como here from Lake Arthur to re
side. Mr. McCullough will be one of
the teaching staff.
Mrs. Jean Beeman, a former resi
dent of Artesia, now living Rt Fort
Wor'h, Is visiting Mrs. Earl Bigleir.
J. L. Graham, an army Y. M. C. A.
representative, addressed a large au
dience at the Baptls church, after
which a Red Triangle camp was
formed." The fact that an address on
any feature of thewar, or in support
of tho war. Is better attended than an
address on any other subject, attests
the patriotism of our citizens.
The members of the Woman's club
gave a formal reception at the home
of Mrs, "Jo Jacobson to Mrs. Whit
Wright, formerly of Artesia, now re
siding at Carlsbad, who was visiting
Mrs. G. r. McCrary.
Bruce McLean and family, of Dlm-
mttt.. Tex., have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs, Beocher Rowan, Mrs. McLean's
"Here's to your health, Reuben."
' VVhere'd you git the liquor?"
"Squeezed It outen a mitice pie (i
temp'rance woman glmma." Widow.
at A crrn window.
Tom These Fifth avenue girls all
look In the Jewelry windows, but never
see ns.
Dick Of course! They prefer d la
monds . to clubs. , .
Sister Susie Oh, dear. I've run all
out of grey. I wonder if the soldier
would mind If I finished the sock in
Journal Want A An bring result
Loyalty Menus
Before marketing for the week's
supplies estimate the amount of sugar,
meat and flour allowed tho family on
voluntary war rations. A family of
four are entitled to but two pounds
of sugar for the entire week. That
Is scant rations even for tabic use.
Purchase sirups and sweet dried and
fresh fruits to supplement sugar. Plan
for sweetless desserts.
llivakfast: Blue plums, cornmeal
mush with dates, milk,, blueberry
muffins, coffee.
Dinner: Stewed chicken with rice
dumplings, buttered beets, string
beans, tomato and cucumber salad,
sliced peaches and creatn (no sugar).
Supper: Club sandwiches (left
over cold chicken with toast and ba
con), Iced tea, oatmeal cookies,
Rreakfasl: Sliced bananas (no
sugar), milk, omelet, toast, coffee.
Lunch: Cheese polenta, vegetable
salad, iced tea, cokies.
Dinner: Salmon beef, caper sauce,
corn on the cob, green pepper and'
cottage cheese salad, fresh peach ta
pioca (honey sweetened).
Urcakfast: Grapes, potato and ba
con oniele corn muffins, coffee.
Lunch: Baked beans with tomato
sauce, cucumber sandwiches, fruit
Dinner: Mutton stew with vege
tables, baked potatoes, beet salad,
chilled watermelon.
Dreakfast: Canteloupe, green corn
griddle cakes, sirup, coffee.
Lunch: Potato salad with cucum
ber, peanut sandwiches, plums.
Dinner: Planked fish, drawn but
ter sauce, mashed potatoes, new car
rots and peas, peach custard, iced tea.
Hrciikfast: Sliced peaches and
cream (no sugar), fish and potato
cakes (left-overs), corn gems, coffee.
I.uiHli: Succotash of lima beans
and corn, cheese sandwiches, cante
loupe. Dinner: Baked beef heart with
pepper and onion stuffing, cieained
peas, scalloped potatoes, fruit saUd,
coffee. I
Breakfast: Grapes and plums,
boiled rice with milk and sugar, toast,
Lunch: Scrambled eggs and
cheese, corn puffs, honey, Iced tea.
IMnner: Fresh fish chowder, baked
stuffed tomatoes, rice muffins, wa'er
melon freeze.
DrcnkfiiKt: Baked apples and
cream, poached eggs on toast, iced
Lunch: Lima bean salad, egg sand
wiches, sliced peaches and cream.
Dinner: Hamburg steak, broiled
tomatoes and onions, creamed cauli
flower, cucumber and green oeppcr
salad, Conservation pudding.
Mr. Bach See that chorus girl
there on the end? They jiay her ftftj
dollars a week for not saying a word.
oldboy Huh, I know a gent nt the
club who's paying her sixty dollars a
week for the same thing.
..Sergeant Let me have a dollar"
to get some stamps with.
Private What do you do with
many stamps? ,
Sergeant Oh, I mail letters to mv
girl friends.
Private Why not marry one of 'em
and save stamp money on the rest?
LiftQff Corns!
"Freezone" is Magic! Lift any Corn or Callus
right off with fingers No pain!
Drop . little Freezone on an acblng
com, instantly that corn stops hurt
ing, then you lift it right . out. It
doesn't hirrt one hit. Yes, magic I
" Why wait t , Your druggist a
tiny bottle of Freewne for s few cent,
lufflcient to rid your feet of every
hard corn, soft corn, or corn between
the toes, and calluses, without lore
Debtor irritation. Try itt Xo humbug!

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