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TIIH CAItlUZOZO NEWS
NEW rail plans 1 LIVER DIDN'T ACT on sound basis DIGESTION WAS BAD Congress Determined lo Mako Certain Future Growth ot Transportation Facilities. Say. 65 year Old Kentucky Uij, Wlw TeU How Slu Wm RsKmJ After a Few Doiei of Kuk-dtug PLANS AGREE ON PRINCIPLES. I Return of Roads to Owners With Assurance of Adequate Revenues. WiinhliiRton. Olio of Hib Ulc lroti litn lii-fora tlm new Congress Is ! tine II" riillrowls litu'k on n na; lialn Tiioss aW.OtW milts of hi f.-l lilKlinajrs w'r- lufcfii over l tin- ! riinimii ni nn liiillmMlianbli- Nrin nf tli linllimnl iMainwi bill now tlml , Ihi-lr war wrvlre I oit. thvin I' it ciiuntry-wlili" ileiimml tlml tin. (lov vrnimmt ri'Sinr iIhmii I" tliolr owimrn to br iiiiitiiikiI nn nnriiiiil AinerUaii buliififi HiuiMltti'ila of ultl lenr-. Hut, us Inia l"'Hi piitnlfd out liy I'rrnldrut Wllmm as HI by many turn In pulillr Hf" 'bo liars Riven ! thin aulijwt -mi of nreftll fcluily. It In nut uiioukIi simply to say to llm railroad roiiiuaiiloa, "Tiikf tliM rull- 1 roads mill tlvt iln- Miiintry tlie bunt trunnrtullnn wrvlre iliut money nnd ; brain oun provldf." Old Laws Obstruct Qrowth. Tli l'reilUciii rt'i'fiitly an Id Hint It would b a serious mistake to return to llm old couilltlmia of rull roiul ri-BU-Intlou wllhout rrriiiliiK tlm untl qualed Ihw tlml were obstructing th freo dutPlnpniMit of iruiiapoilntlon fa cilities. The Iilrwtnr ilenenil of Hull roads lina recently mail uii Inspection trip from cimal to oaat, and lie Iiuh teen telling '! Pil "bin tlm tlma Iiiik now come to put the mllrnuila on b Hound founiliitloii. Tli Plana tor n belter ytem ot nutlmuir rmrtrul of rullroudi nre h urled ..ere (be pinna for ImliklnK and currency reform when Conurei received a uinnclute ftom the people to prOTlda Inaurunee aiiMlnal llimiieliil panics. Tlm publle nmv ilemunila In surance against n breakdown of rull rouil trnniorlulloii, Hijd lb nuiv Con gross la unilerluUliii! Ihlx work n sec omlary only to liiauiiuue ngnlnst In leriiutlonul wiirfmc I'oiiBiean nulled Ilia banking ploblwii seven eurs ugo nn a non pniiikiin Ishiio, In which nil lb people hud 11 common Interest, Mini Congress mlilently la tuckllng tlm riillrnud problem with the Mime spirit. While the ninny plans Ihiil have been proposed illlTer In Ilia method to be ndopted In reii.blug the doalred Coal, It hill been punned . lit by Sena tor Ounindns or ! i Hum nil these pinna hnve rall) ! mueli In common- ao much an Unit be Ih confident that Congress will Imvo little dllllculty lu framing u bill Unit will tne.it with popular appro nl, nnd 'bat will take tb rnllrond quoallou out ot politic for many yeura lo ooiur. Many Plana With One Aim. T'he Iowa Nenntor lma u command ing position In thin Congress liccumwhs la the rwliltlntr nii'iiiber of Iho Inturalnta Cowman's Commute nf the United Rluta Semite, end It la In this com tnltteu Hint tli now railroad bill will take final form. In nn nddreaa before a uutlouuJ iiioellng of business man at HI. I .utile Henutnr Cummlna stated that silica the clofct of Hie wur fully thirty rouiplolo pliiua for new rnllrond legislation hud been aubmllted lo 111 tu by business men. erononilata. bankura, rullroiid olllcliila nnd ownura, (lotorti ineiit oIllcIiiH, in 1 1 road worliera unit Just plain cltlzena. The bnslc prlni-lplea iiHin which nil of theae pinna, with one inception, auree lire as follows : 1, Private operation la more ffl cltnt and more economical than Qovarnment operation, and the public Interest will therefore b served by a return of the roads to private management. x. 10 miKe certain that new capital will be attracted to the i expansion of railroad facilities, 1 there ought to be greater certain, ty that a fair return will be earn ed en the Investment. 3, Th merging of weak and strong roada Into largs competing aystsn.s should be eneouragee). 'I'be making of a foruiala i pro- 1 vide a tulr return on railroad capital seems likely to be the pbeee of the problem innat ihoi.iujMy debated In Cou ureas. The llu-, mr (iaueial has been urging that Hi Oeerninnt ought to guurante a certain ictorn end share In any "tree eerulngH. l.esdlea baukera ei -daily sem ol tb iDternetlonal lnii.kers In Well meet, who havt u Hi paet marketed wany bnudreds ef Dilllleus of railroad secerttles, also look favorably oe tb suggestion ef e Oovermuni guaran tee. which wilt make It eaalar lo sell nw sevarltles, and will also stabilise th werket for th old bonds and stocks. Government auarsets Opposed But the proposal that tb Uurern nieut sball guarantee th Intsrcit and dividends ea private eapltal tnvastel In railroads will undoubtedly mesl with vary vigorous opposition In many quarters) liven railroad executives, who might be supposed lo take kindly to the Idea of a (lOTornment guarantt against fullure, have frankly stated that tbey do not want It. because they bullet It Is un-American In principle, wpuld tend to lessen efficiency, and would Involve th ronds In u Govern ment partnership that would Inailti kly leas' tu tlovirumsnt ownership. Iteadonvllle, Ky. Mr. CynthU HUcglnbotham, ot thti town, says: -At my cge, which Is 6E, the llrsr doe not est ao well oa when young. A few yeara ago, my stomach was all out ot tlx. I was constipated, mr Uver didn't act My digestion was bad, and It took so lltllo to upset me. Mr ap petite was cone, I wag Tory weak... I decided I would give Black Draught a thorough trial as I knew It wo highly recommended tor this trouble. I began taking It I felt better after a tow doses. My appe lie Improved and I becaino stronger. My bowels acted naturally and the least trouble wu soon righted with a few doses ot Black-Draught." Bsvsrty years of successful tu Kal made Thedford'e Black-Draught standard, household remedy. Ever member, ot every family, at tlmee, need the help that Black-Draught cos give la cleansing the aystem and re lieving the troubles that come from constipation, lndlgestloa, laiy llrsr, etc. Toa cannot keep well unless your stomach, liver and bowels ire In good working order. Keep them that way, Try Black-Draught It ads promptly, gently and In a natural way. It you feel sluggish, take a doso tonight Ton will teel fresh tomorrow, Price 2Ss. a package On cent a dose All druggists. 3. M RED GROSS SEALS ARE HEALTH AGENTS Idea Was Originated In This country In 1908 by Miss Emily P, Ulssell, ol Wil mington, Del. FIRST SALE YIELDED $3,000 Nstlonsl Tuberculosis Association, Which Sponsors Sals, Will Plsee 50,000,000 Sssls on Sals to Flnfnee ths Fight Agslnst Tubsrculosle. ?OIINn THE "WORLD "WITH HE AMERICAN RED CRUSO. Renatrtntinc Prisoners. lit' tHHsHHsSBSBSBSBSBSBSBHffSBHseVeH ... ... .... - tn. ...... ..n,ii U Iihii Imatllltle renieil mere were in ine iiniuis in inrir i ii"'- ..r ,r nil Allli-d i-nuiitrlvs. the terrible plight of i u uvii liimnn in nil iho world. Ited Croat workera, currying relief ku..,h "f cSiihlug. niedlil mill Hiipiilemenliiry fiiDilstulTs, penetrated the tviiinil rnwera us annii nfud- Iho iinidMlio na ine miiiiury iiuwioiuiea wuu.t ! i, ok of solium llm prisoners stitrled buck to their owu conn ..i... ..... lu.uini. In I iilH tibnliiariinli u group of llieae men are seen pinked up nnd fi ttored In wiiiiethllig IIUu uuruial health, uvsultlug th train lltUt WUI WTI! Wl QUI oi Homing". a-... ii,i i Seal u millions of Americans know It to duy, la an agent of happlneM nnd he.ilth, it was orig inated In IIHIT by MU i:mily lMllsiell, of Wlliiilnglon. Delaware, who Uarnia .i....,..i, i.,,,i, una of somewhat simi lar seels lbnOere sold In Norway for .,. .if rulslna funds With in it,,!,! luherciihisls. Willi" .... , ... . , . tn. liUkM tiiniiiiiueu me Amur . . ...I.- .... Ih. Mm with can lieu urn i "f " ," , the result Ihut seals were aoiu m i. ...i ..iii.il.ar in eouimuuilies iu lllllltvu " i . iiun T ie an e yieiueu a iiituu. v. M.n.i.itelv i:i.lKW, The lied Croli ,,,......- .. then decldeti to i"ie me ypar and lo mm tin- proceeds over to it,- Jii,. nnl Tuberculosis aasoclatlon .,,i n. niminted aocletles for Uie pur pose of llnuncliig the campaign against tuberculoils. The number of seal sold In America Increased by leaps ....i i,n.l. until I 1U17 the total rL-uched IBU.UOO.WW. This year the seals are again on sate beginning December 1. Mor n.ir n billion seals have been printed for distribution lo state and i ,.,.nu. In addition tu the "Health llonds" In denomtua- tlons ranging from $.'..00 to $11)0.00 re to be sold III lieu of seals to largo colli rlbiito", who do not send ,,i . .uiiu-leiit uuantlty of mall lu December lo make use or all the aeals they would Uko to purchase. The combined quotas of all the slute or ganisations call for more man u,owv i. I 1,1 ram- nut the Intensive ertucu- tlnnnl nimpalgu being conducted by the Notional Tuberculosis Awoclstlon ,i ii. i.ikh) nlllllnleil snclellos. The Inlennlve sale of these seals represents a prm'tkul ilemnustraltou nf every lenk.iu thnt hit been learned ri-varilliie sclenllllc dl.lllblllbiii. Kr- ports of the blithest standing In ssles management he en-operated to the extent of assuring thoie Inlercsted Hint every resident of the United State will have nn opportunity to buy Ited llross L'limluiaa .seals. l1 2 What you pay out your good money for is cigarette satisfaction and, my, how you do get it in every puff of Camels! EXPERTLY blended choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos in Cumel cigarettes ellmi nttte bite and Tree them frotn any unpleasant ciaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odoi. Camels win instant and permanent success with smokers because the blend brings out to the limit the refreshing fluvor and delightful mel low-mildness of the tobaccos yet re taining the desirable "body." Camels are sknply a revelation! You may smoke themwithout tiring your tostel For your own satisfaction you must compure Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price. Then, you'll best realize their superior quality and the rare enjoyment they provide. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WUuton-SaUia. N. C Buick and Dodge Agency au cq" pattd Attractive Bargains in Used Cars Complete Stock of Accessories HUES and TUBES (.OOJ0V15AR IM3J;J3RAIj KOKONO ESPECIALLY PREPARED FOR WELDINQ AND MACHINE WORK Give us a share of jour work. No job too small to receive attention, none too large to complete. Garrard & Corn Oarage WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE DISPENSERS OF omoow PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED Kodaks, Kodak Supplies aM Stationery Ice (aeam and all Kinds ol Iced Drinks Rolland Bros FEED YARD HAY AND GRAIN IN CAR LOTS All Competition Met in Prices on These Commodities Roomy Yard Stalls Wafer Coal and Wood Wm. Barnett el paso avenue Phone 86 THESE CAKES look so good that they cntinot be resitted. They are just as good as they look, for wo ore very careful about every operation and stage through which they pans. Our suc cess Ilea In making them gooil so good that you will like them. Pure Food Bakery E. HANNON PKUI'HIKTOK Special Facilities For Uanquet and Dinner Parties. Carrizozo Eating House P. W. O.UHNEY, Manneer. Table Supplied with the Heat the market alTords.