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4 News OF the Great Southwest
EL PASO HERALD Oetoto 251910- NWs Of the Great Southwest Tuesday SIX FIRST PRIZES FOR VALLEY RANCH JJlSplay 01 JD l'Ult irOIIl JLJie Oreliards" Captures State Fair Premium. Tsleta, Texas, Oct. 25. The lower valley captured six premiums on its fruit at the Dallas state fair. R. F. Cole, who is associated with J. J. Smith in the nursery business, went to the fair, taking- with him several speci mens of fruit from "The Orchards, the ranch owned by D. M. Payne, one mile west of Ysleta. He captured six first prizes. "The Orchards" was formerly a part of J. J. Smith's ranch and the fruit was nlanted and cultivated by him until the past year, when Mr. Payne purchased the place. J. E. watkins is the superintendent of the ranch ana aslsted Mr. Cole in selecting and pre paring: the fruit for exhibition. Fred TV. Malley of Austin, govern ment nursery inspector, is in the val ley visiting: the various nurseries and orchards. He expressed himself as be ing surprised and delighted with the development of the valley. He said the conditions in this valley are such as to make it a famous fruit growing and shipping; center. Mr. and Mrs. James Allen have leased the Burgess place, Mr. Burgess having gone to "Washington, D. C, for an extended stay. A 'company of soldiers from Fort Bliss are in camp near here. Win. Davis of Socorro discovered two Chinamen in the bosque near his home. He captured one and brought him in lo immigration inspector Gourley's home. Mr. Gourley being- away from home on duty, the Chinaman was lodged in Jail until his return. The other Chinaman is secreted somewhere in the bosque, and a search Is being ra4e for him. The Chinamen are be lieved to have been trying to make their way from "Mexico and took ad vantage of the dry river bed to walk across. COURT ADJOURNS IN FAVOR OF SANTA FE CONVENTION Farmer City Clerk of Tucumcari To Be With El Paso Realty Firm. Tucumcari. X. 3L, Oct. 25. The Oc tober term of the district court lias ad journed until Dec. 12 in order that the attorneys "who are members of the con stitutional convention at Santa Fe, may not be interrupted in their duties before the bar. Judpe McFie, who opened court will resign his bench during the latter part of the term to judge E. R. Wright, of Santa Rosa. Several true bills have been found by the grand jury, including one for murder. The docket of civil cases is quite a lengthy one. Possibly none of the farm crops w-jre inrured br the frost as all havt ma tured. Winter wheat is up several inches and is looking well. Coming to El Paso. J. R. Daughtry, identified with the advancement of TucumcarJ for seven jpars since the early days of the town, end for several years city clerk, has taken & position with the firm of Buchoz &, Schuster, Teal estate and insurance dealers of El Paso. The Arcade: theater has ordered a new set of curtains and scenery. Buys Back Business. T. J. Buchanan, who recently sold his livery business on east Smith street to J. D.'Hughes, of 2fara Visa, had again ac quired possession of the property. Mesdames A. D. Goldenberg. Herman Gerhardt, J. CL Elkins, M. H. Koch and Anna DeOliveria represented the local lodge of the Eastern Star at the state lodge at Roswell. J. F. HopkinsAvho is opening ut the mines at the cap rock, speaks favorablv of the outlook at 'the mines. OJold, sil ver and copper are the principal ores found. Mrs. O. F. Edler received formally in honor of Mrs F. D. ZSewcomb. of bt Louis. the guests numbering 60. Mrs. Edler was assisted by Mrs. A -D. Gol denberg and Mrs. B. F. Littleton. Mrs. C. C. Davidson entertained the Embroidery circle at her home on South Third street. Two new members were elected, Mrs. G. C. Chapman and Mrs. C. H. deYampert. IjAGUNA COUNTRY GETS SECOND RAIN IN MONTH. Tarreen Ghr ClHfe Inaugurated "With Creditable Initial Shoot Tour- HameBt Is Flaaaed. Torreon, Mexico, Oct. 25. Torreon has received a steadj' downpour of rain, which continued for the greater part of a. day. For the second time within 30 dys the Laguna district has been given a thorough drenching, which Is very unusual for this time of year. The showers of two weeks ago caused a flow in the river and it is estimated that 25 percent of the cotton growing nection of the Laguna was thoroughly Irrigated. The ground is now damp end ir a good volume of water is re ceived from the river the entire coun try will be irrigated. The late fall corn and bean crops have been greatly aided by the falling rain and many stands which were counted as a total loss three weeks Rgo, will give a fair yield. The winter WISE "WORDS A. Pkyslclas on Food. A phys!cianof Portland, Oregon, has views about food. - He says: "I have always believed that the Saty of ,the physician does not cease with treating the sick, but that we owe it to humanity to teach them how to protect their health, especially by hygienic and dietetic laws. "With such a feeling as to my duty I take great pleasure in saying to the public that in my own experience and also from personal observation I have found no food to equal Grape-Nuts, and that I find there is almost no limit to the great benefit this food will bring when used in all cases of sickness and convalescence. It is my experience that no physical condition forbids the use of Grape Nuts. To persons in health there is nothing so nourishing and acceptable to the stomach, especially at breakfast, to start the machinery of the human system on the day's work. "In cases of indigestion, I know that a complete breakfast can be. made of Grape-Nuts and cream and I think it is not advisable to overload the stomach at the morning meal. I also know the great value of Grape-Nuts when the stomach Is too weak to digest other food. "This is written after an experience of more than 20 years, treating all manner of chronic and acute diseases and the letter is written voluntarily on my part without any request for it." Read the little book, "The Roadto "Wellville," in pkgs. "Ttiere's a Reason.' filter rcau tnc aiiore letter i A. new one appears from time to time. Tfaey arc KeBnlne, true, aad full of human intercut. wheat -will be benefited by the show ers and the flow of water. The Torreon Gun club has been in augurated. The members and their families and a number of invited i guests were present at the cere- I monies. Refreshments were served on the grounds. The first shot from the new stand was fired by Srita Amparo Castillon, dent; Mesdames Gustine, Reese and Al v.'hich was followed by the regular tar- j len were reelected vice presidents; Miss get shooting-, when some excellent scores were made. In the 300 meter contest the first prize was won by Juan Castillon, the second by Carlos Sausele, and the third by Guadalupe Gonzalez Barreda. In the 200 meter contest first prize was won by Eliseo Arredondo, second by Isauro Martinez, and third by Mig uel Robledo. A number of gun clubs are being f , tvio-,if v. niihnc at j presenU and Torreon wiu make an efort to have a ereneral tournament of all clubs meet here once a year. PECOS JOLLIFICATION t MEETING DRAW'S MANY Two-fold Object "Was to Rejoice in "Work of Retiring Secretary and "Welcome 3few One. Pecos, Texas Oct. 25. People from Pecos and neighboring- towns filled ev ery seat in the Reeves county court house to take part in the jollification meeting of the Pecos Commercial club. President Johnson had issued a general invitation to all citizens in the city, as well as from the towns of Barstow, Toyah, Balmorhea, Sargent, Saragosa, Toyahvale, Port'erville and al surround ing towns. Refreshments were1 served by the young women of the city. The invocation was by Rev. J. B. Cole; president Johnson delivered an address; Hon. W. A. Hudson spoke of Pecos and its opportunities; an outline of the future work of the Pecos Com mercial club was given by secretary Porter A. "Whaley; Miss Margaret Phil lips gave a recitation; Dr. R. M. Har key spoke on the possibilities of irri gation in Pecos and Toyah valleys; H. E. Steinman spoke ofmunicipalimprove ments and an open discussion was held to determine what Pecos and the Com mercial club should do to build up the country. Music was furnished by the Pecos Commercial club band.. The meeting was in the nature of a twofold jollification jubilee. One to glorify in the many good things landed in the past year by former secretary' owmenarc, tne otner to welcome to Pecos Porter A. "Whaley, who has as sumed the secretaryship of the Pecos Commercial club. Among the more important things accomplished by the organization this year was the raising of a $100,000 bonus for the Pecos Valley Southern railway, now in operation between Pe cos and Caragosa, and under construc tion to the foot of the Davis moun tains; the locating of one of the stale experimental farms here; the raising of $4 0,000 stock for the Pecos Alfalfa Milling company, and the securing of the Pecos Laundry company. YAQUIS ARMED BUT NOT TROUBLESOME, LEAVE MEXICO .Government to Construct Fence Along International Border to Keep Cat tle From Crossing Line. Xogales, Ariz., Oct. 25. Newfc has been received here that an armed force of Yaquis are in the Sierritas near Tucson, but have declared no intention of harm. They are said to be emigrat ing from Mexico. United States engineers are making a survey along the international line preparatory to building fences through the cattle districts, it is declared. C. P. Cronin, immigration inspector, formerly stationed at "Wickenburg, has been transferred to Nogales. A new residence addition has been put on the market here. Agent Sanders is in Nogales check ing up the S. P. station with former agent Bowman, -who has been advanced to the Guaymas offices. Immigration inspector Jeff Milton, lormerly of Nogales, now of Tucson, has located 1120 acres of placer claims in Quijota and expects to ' install two Qulnner machines on them. The Southern Pacific of Mexico has resumed train service south of Acapo neta and work at the front will be re sumed since the rains are over. Mrs. Lorraine Kelsey has taken a position as clerk in the postoffice here. "W. H. Neel, of the Four Bar ranch, in the Sulphur Springs valley, is here buying up- cattle for his ranch. Karnes Bros, will shortly put on a big seven passenger auto on the No-gales-Altar road. A new force of men has been put on the buildings now in construction on Morley avenue. J WOULD-BE BRIDE FINDS PROMISED HUSBAND GONE Mrs. Reed Travels From New York to Bisbee to Marry and 3Ieets Only Disappointment. Bisbee, Ariz., Oct. 25. The home of S. M. Kaufman, on the hill above Ope ra drive, has been reduced to ashes. It was a two-story frame and burned rapidly. The origin of the fire is not known. It was feared Mr. Kaufman had been burned to death, but it was learned later that he had left for a hunting trip. The property was partial ly insured. Coming all the way from New York to meet and marry a man named Faltin, with whom she became engaged through correspondence. Mrs. J. M. Reed had the disappointment of not finding anybody awaiting her. Havincr ) applied to the police, she learned that. tne groom to be had left before her ar rival. Mrs. Reed left for Phoenix in search for Faltin. As yet nothing definite has been learned as to the fate of Thomas W. Davis, who disappeared from Bisbee three days ago, leaving a wife and an infant child. To the admiration of the medical staff of the Calumet & Arizona hospital, Hbart Harper, a nine year old boy! showed a stoical indifference to pain while being operated on for appendi cities. Neither a word nor a groan was uttered by him during the time he was on the operating table. The stone wall in the rear of the! Glasgow "Woolen Mills store collapsed. xaiung over tne railroad track and causing the embankment below to cava in. RAINFALL IN COLORADO COUNTRY IS HEAVY' ONE Colorado U. D. C. Chapter Holds An nual Election; Masonic Lodge Complimented. Colorado. Texas, Oct. 25. The rain fall in the Colorado country during the recent downpour was 5.52 Inches, the best in three years. The Forty-two club was entertained by Miss Louise Movar. The Central Circle of the Methodist church entertained the other members of the Mome Mission societj' at the parsonage. The Masonic lodge was honored by a visit from the district deDUtv errand master of the seventy-ninth Masonic district of Texas in the person of Dr. "W. R. "Warren of Snyder. He compli mented the lodge here very highly for efficiency in the Tork and zeal of Ma sorfry. The TJ. D. C. chapter held its. annual election of officers at the last meeting at the residence of Mrs. G. W. Smith. Mrs. J. G. Merriett was made presi- j Dry was elected secretary; Miss Du pree, treasurer, and Mrs. Looney, his torian. MARFA MAX BUYS CAR OF CALVES AT FORT DAVIS Social Affairs Enjoyed by Mar fa Youngsters and Their Elders. Marfa, Tex., Oct. 25 W. F. Mitchell, of Marfa; Frank Gillet, of Alpine, and J. Ashley Gillet, formerly of Marfa, but recently of El Paso, went to Cuero to attend the funeral of their kinsman and father, Rev. J. S. Gillet. "Wiley Moore has purchased a carload of calves from J. TV. Merrit, of Fort Davis, for $11 per head. Little Laura Lee, baby daughter of professor and Mrs. H. B. Guffln, has been quite ill, but is much better now. Mrs. James Poole entertained the younger set at a "tacky" party, compli mentary to Miss .Liucile "Werner. The custumes were droll and comical in the extreme. Miss Aisle Cllne carried off the prize as the "tackiest" girl, while Noble "Wells won the honors among the boys. Novel games and dainty refresh j ments followed the awarding of prizes Mrs. M. R. Mahon entertained, at a lawn party in honor of the visiting groves of the "Woodmen's Circle that came from Alpine and Valentine to at tend the "Wtfodmen's banquet. TEXAS PECAN CROP IS PROVING A BUMPER ONE Estimated Tliat 7,000,000 BusheLs TVUI Be Marketed for Half Million Dollars. San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 25. The pe can crop of Texas is now being rapid ly gathered. Dealers estimate the to tal crop will be 7,000,000 pounds. At the prevailing prices the crop will sell for close to half a million dollars. The output is now moving from the Colora do, Brazos, Nueces and Trinity river valleys by the carload. The crop has this year been largely increased by several large orchards which were nlanted several years asro and are this year producing for the first time. ST. LOUIS FIRM BUYS PliAINVIEW CITY BONDS Brown's "One Farm" Exhibit Prove Prize "Winner at Dallas Fair. Plainview, Texas, Oct. 25. Mayor De Lay has received a telegram stating that the $10,000 worth of bonds voted for Plainview's new city' hall had been bought by a St. Louis firm. "Work on the building will start at once. J. O. Brown's one-farm exhibit, from his place near Plainview, has already won five blue and four red ribbons at the Dallas fair. There were 83 entries in his exhibit. Rain and snow accompanied the tail of the blizzard which struck Plainview. The first frost of the season nipped many crops. DEL RIO "WOMAN THROWN FROM TRAP AND INJURED. Horse Becomes Frightened When Shaft Breaks and Mrs. Easterllng Gets Severe Fall. Del Rio, Texas, Oct. 25. Mrs. "W. F. Easterling, wife of a local business man, was seriously, though not fatally, injured in an accident, while driving the family horse and trap, when a cap on the shaft broke, letting the shaft to the ground. The horse became un manageable and threw Mrs. Easterling to he ground, bruising her face and inflicting serious injuries to her head. SURVEY OF THE PROPOSED HONDO CANAL TO BE MADE Roswell, N. M., Oct. 25.' A survey is to be made of the Hondo river from a point a mile above the Diamond A ranch to a point below the Hondo reservoir, 12 or 14 mjles in all. They survey is to be embodied in the report to be made to the board of United States army engineers, on the proposed canal the government has been asked to build to prevent the loss of a large amount of water now lost by disappearing through beds of por ous gravel laid bare in the bed of the Hondo river by heavy floods a few years ago. C. M. Farnsworth, who bought an In terest In the Roswell Auto company and its mail route between Roswell and Vaughn, has sold a half interest la his sheep to J. "W. Stpckard, of the Ros well Auto company, and each now owns a half interest in both undertakings. SHRINERS TO HAVE "A TIME" ON SATURDAY On Leylet Yom's-Salis Jamuz Ul Aw wal 1328, which in denatured English is Saturday, Oct. 29, -the Shriners of El Maida shrine will sh(r)ine in El Paso, wind and weather not preventing. The ceremonial session of El Maida temple will be held on Saturday evening, pre ceded by a parade in connection with Buffalo Bill's wild cast and far west show. The usual announcement of he ceremonial, only more foolish than usual, has appeared with a life size likeness of Fred A. HInes, imperial potentate for North America, at the top of the column next to reading matter. CLIFTON ORGANIZES CLUB TO WORK FOR COUNTY SEAT Clifton, Ariz., Oct. 25. The people of Greenlee county are making prepar ations for the final election, which will be held Nov. 8. One of the chief issues to be decided Is the location of the new county seat, and Clifton is making a strong fight to land it. Mass meetings have been held and a county seat club organized. Stomach Blood and Liver Troubles Much sickness starts with weak stomach, and consequent poor, impoverished blood. Nervous and pale-people lack good, rich, red blood. Their stomftchs need invigorating for, after all, a roan can be no stronger than his stomach. A remedy that makes the stomach strong and the liver active, makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives out disease-producing bacteria and cures a whole multi tude of diseases. Get rid of your Stomach Weakness and Liver Laziness by taking a coarse of 9 Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery the great Stomach Restorative, Liver Invigorator and Blood Gleanser. You can't afford to accept any medicine of unknown cbmposition as a substitute for "Golden Medical Discov ery,' which is a medicine of known composition, having a complete list of ingi edients in plain English on its bottle-wrapper, same being attested as correct under oath. Dr. Pierce's Plessznt Pellets regulate and TOYAH CREEK LAND OWNERS ORGANIZE Form an Association to Pro tect Interests in Water Rights. Brogado, Texas, Oct. 25. As a result of a meeting of the riparian land ow ners of Toyah creek, an association lias been formed, called the Riparian Land Owners' Protective association of Toy ah Creek. Col. N. T. RReed is chairman of the association, F. M. Boykin secre tary, and judge Howard MacTier of Toyah general secretary. The purpose of the association is to secure a "just and equitable distribu tion of the water of Toyah creek." An executive committee was appoint- ed, consisting of the chairman and sec retary, Louis Schertz, E. W. Backus and Kountz. The association will have no capital stock. Application will be made for articles of incorporation and a consi tution and bylaws will be prepared. The meeting was a representative and enthusiastic gathering of land owners. DUNCAN" WANTS TO BE COUNTY SEAT Duncan, Ariz., Oct. 25. The proper place for the seat of the new county of Greenlee is at Duncan, the people here all think. The train service at Duncan, it is argued, is better for those who would transact business at the county- seat than at any other town. The schedule of trains both from the east and the west is such as to enable people to do their business at the court house in the shortest possible time. Then, too, residents here think, Dun can, with its stately shade trees, its gardens and green lawns, is the mosx beautiful and inviting spot this side of El Paso. Again, Duncan is the center of a rich irrigated farming district. This gives it permanency and it is bound to grow steadily. ' Cowmen are getting good prices lor their stock, in spite of the cry of short grass on the range. Three different buyers have been here from California the past few days. Willis & Martin are shipping dressed hogs to Clifton. Miss Lucile Cooper is now a student of Marlborough school for girls in Los Angeles. She attended school in El Paso last winter. Frank Willis and W. T. Sanders are gathering up a carload of horses for shipment. W. E. Cureton is in town booking or ders for the fine apples that grow on his ranch. An immense slice of Twin Peaks stock has been taken by capitalists in Iowa. j Miss Katherine McLennan is the lat est surprise party "victim." Mrs. J. K. Bullard is recovering from a serious illness. BR003I CORN, BEANS AND MAIZE PAY" FARMERS WELL New Home Settlement Near Clayton Producing Money Making Crops. Clayton, N. M, Oct. 25. Ten miles south of Clayton in the New Home settlement is the very center of the New Mexico broomcorn industry. The farmers will not market their big crop until near spring, as they want to get the raise in price and do not need to sacrifice their crop for the price being paid, which now ranges from $30 to $100 per ton. At New Home the second sod is rais ing good beans. J. Hall is harvesting 75,000 pounds of beans from 26 acres of second sod. Maize is the finest ever grown there. F. B. Smith, from New Home, brought in a fine lot of Hubbard squashes and winter pumpkins, which he sold at 10 cents each, and a load of potatoes, which he sold at two cents per pound. FINLEY BOUND OVER TO GRAND JURY AND GIVEN BOND Is Represented at Examining Trial by EI Pasoan Bybee's Body Sent to Dublin. Valentine, Texas, Oct. 25. Joel Fin ley, who shot and killed Tom Bybee in an affray in Bell & Cassidy's saloon at this place, has been bound over to await the action of the grand jury. Finley's bond was fixed at ?5000, which he .made, his bondsmen hpfne- r G. Knight, of Marfa; S. E. Bunton, of Valentine; John Pool, jr., of Marfa; R. . w. Jacuee, or Marra; J. T. Finley, sr., of El Paso, and M. B. Love, of Sierra Blanca. In Finley's examining trial judge P. H. Clark, of El Paso, was his attorney. The remains of Tom Bybee were sent to his nephew at Dublin and will be buried there. W. S. McBride of Valen tine, accompanied the body to Dublin. TUCUMCARI PREPARES FOR STATE BAPTIST ASSEMBLY Tucumcari, N. M., Oct. 25. Arrange ments have been perfected for the an nual convention of the New MpyiVo Baptist assembly to be held in this city -..w...v, i j.o. vjcuijje n. varney of the First Baptist church of Tucum cari is arranging the details. A large attendance is expected from all over the state. The sessions will be 'held at the church on East Center street. Some unknown individual broke the large plate glass window from the front of the H. Williams s.tore on East Main street. As the damage was done after nightfall, and no one is sup posed to have witnessed it, there is no clew to the perpetrator. The first number of the 1910 and 1911 Lyceum course of the Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church was given at the auditorium of the church. The course will consist of five numbers. The old Electric theater is being overhauled with a fresh coat of paint and put Into shape for occupancy, it having been idle since E. S. Russell gave up the management. Former man- invigorate Stomach, Liver and Bowels. SB 8 "Br j ager Pprter has returned after a -n&i.n. noii m tilt? eaai) niiu iu la xc- ported, will again assume the manage ment. C. C. Benson, an employe of the E. P. & S. W. railway, and Miss Myrtle Dow nin from varrizozo were married at the court house by rtev. J. "W. Campbell. They will make this city their future home. Forty-seven new pupils have been en roled at me city schools, making the total enrolment 573. The average daily attendance was 509. All the physical departments are now in excellent run ning order. BUFFALO BILL AS IRRIGATOR j IS Helping 10 Keclailll -banCl on Which He Once Ponght Indians. Maj. John M. Burke, the long-time associate of Buffalo Bill, is in the city and was much impressed by the sky scraper that Gen. Mills is erecting. Naturally Buffalo Bill and the major take an interest in the general pros perity of the country once so isolated, from the fact that Gen. Mills is one of Buffalo Bill's old commanders. For him Buffalo Bill acted as guide in the terra incognito, the country now known as the Big Horn basin. This section was isolated up to 1895, when Bufalo Bill took up the first canal and built it under the Carey arid land act. The country now is in a high state of prosperity and a dam 324 feet high has been erected there, and next season there will be homes for 10,000 people to add to its present prosperity, the major says. This experimental canal of CoL Cody's is so successful that it gave a great impetus to irri gation in Wyoming. Col. Cody is coming this year with the combined exhibition of his "Wild West" and Pawnee Bill's "Far East,' and will open the El Paso fair. FOOD AT FAIR WILL BE GIVEN INSPECTION City Health Officer to Make Every Ef fort to See Tkfft Public Gets Good Service at Lunch. Stands. The sanitary department of the city will examine all foodstuffs offered for 6 sale at the fair to be sure that they are perfectly pure. Public comfort stations for both men and women have been arranged for in separate parts of the fair grounds, and an effort will be made to have every thing clean about these places, says Dr. W. E. Anderson. In order that the grounds may be fully protected in the event of a possi ble conflagration, there, will be a hose cart with a full line of hose and four regular paid firemen on the grounds to protect it. Chief Armstrong says that he has made no definite arrange ments as yet, but will have at least that equipment there. Chief Ben Jenkins will be in charge of the policing of the park, and says that he will have four of his regular uniformed men on duty, in addition to the force employed by the fair associa tion, which will also be controled by him. AMERICAN MEDICINE MEN OF MEXICO TO MEET HERE. Opening next Thursday, the Inter national Medical association of Mexico and the El Paso County Medical so ciety will hold a convention in this city, lasting three days. The international association is com posed of the American physicians in 'Mexico, and this is the first time that a convention is to be held in El Paso. The meeting will be held at the Y. M. C. A- Mayor Kelly is to make his maiden speech in welcoming the visi tors. CHIEF TELLS COPS TO BOOST THE FAIR. Believing that the El Paso Fair and Exposition depends upon El Pasoans to a great extent to make it a success, chief of police Ben. F. Jenkins has in structed all of his men to use their utmost endeavors to talk up the fair and get local people to attend. Ever5r day officers have an oppor tunity to call attention of citizens to the fair and they are boosting the big exposition. Mrs. Jonn Cooley, of Roodhouse, 111., is visiting her three daughters, Mrs. James Dunlap, Mrs. Russell Peterson and Mrs. M. P. Cass. You are not experimenting on your self when you take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a cold as that preparation has won Its great reputation and ex tensive sale by its remarkable cures of colds, and can always be depended upon. It is equally valuable for adults and children and may be given to young children with implicit confidence as it contains no harmful drug. Sold by all dealers. I For Rheumatism and Nervousness Remove the Cause Rheumatism, Xervousness and all kindred complaints are the result of excess uric acid in the system. The only remedy is to remove the cause. Electropodes will do it. They elimin ate, through the 'arre pores of t!i feet, all poisons and. impurities from the entire system, stront-en ihe nerves, promote circulation and aid each organ to perform its functions properly Mr. Doc Wilson, of Bakersfield, Cal., writes: "Thanks to Electro podes. I am sixty years of age but feeling twenty years younger anl per fectly free from inflammatory rheum atism of long standing." Booklet on reuqest. What Eectropodes have done for others they can do for you. Try a pair at our risk. Sold Under This Contract: The purchaser of Electropodes Is grant ed the privileire of returning them within S3 days, and the purchase prico ( $ LOO ) Is to be refunded upon the following condi tions: They are to be wora according- to directions for at least 25 consecutive days, and then if not satisfactory, to be retaraei in original bos. Druggist's Signature , At druggists; or by mail, postpaid If your druggist cannot furnish Elec tropodes, send us $1.00; and we will see that you are supplied immediate ly. State whether for man or woman. Western Etectropode Co., 235 Los Angeles St, Los Angeles, Cal. N HEALTH AND BY MRS. MAE MARTYN. Mrs. Lu G.: It is not necessary that your face reflect your age. You could easily have a much finer, clearer, smoother and more youthful complex ion if you quit using: powder and tried a good lotion. Dissolve four ounces spurmax in a half pint hot water and add two teaspoonfuls glycerine. Apply this to your face, neck and arms, and it wiu neip your looks wonderfully. It will soften and whiten your skin and remove that shiny, greasy, sallow look. This inexpensive lotion will not rub uu. niic vuci, auu is vet) ueueiicicii in preventing and removing freckles and skin pimples, and makes a won derful skin beautifier. You can get anything I recommend at almost any drug store. B. Sisters: If the patrons of your "beauty parlors" object to shampoos made from soap on account of the great danger of the soap alkali ruin ing the -lustre of the hair, try a sham poo made by dissolving a teaspoonful of canthrox in a cup of hot water, and after shampooing, rinse the hair, as usual. Canthrox makes the most sat isfactory shampoo imaginable and leaves no bad effects. It lathers splen didly and is the best and most thor ough scalp cleanser I have ever seen. It relieves scalp irritation and leaves the hair bright, soft, fluffy and easy to do up. This shampoo dries very quickly, is entirely beneficial and will not cause faded, streaky or discolored hair as soap and most shampoos are likely to do. "Weak Eyes:" "Wearing glasses is not llkelj to help your w6ak, dull in flamed eyes. What you need is a good strengthening eye tonic. The next time you go to a drug store set an ounce of crystos and dissolve it In a pint of water. Drop a few drops of this in each eye occasionally and you will be surprised how soon it will give you relief. It will not smart or burn the eyes and is a perfectly reliable tonic for any one to use who has eye troubles. It is splendid for treating watery, expressionless eyes or granu lated lids. It makes the eyes bright, strong and sparkling. R. K.: I would advise you to seek (health first before beauty. You say you are not sick, but that you feel tired always, look sallow and have pimples and eruption's. Try this home made blood purifier and system tonic,: Get from your druggist one ounce of kardene, dissolve it in one-half pint of alcohol and one-half cup of sugar, then add enough hot water to make a full quart. Take a teaspoonful before each meal. -This remedy should tone up your sytem and build up your strength. It aids digestion, arouses a torpid liver and purifies the blood. Wihen your blood is pure, your sallow ness and pimples will disappear and you will have more strength and en energy. CHOIR OF 500 FOR TABERNACLE REVIVAL The chorus choir of 500 voices is be ing organized for the big Bulgin meet ings which are to be held by the Prot estant churches, beginning Nov. 13, in a tabernacle to be erected on the Bassett lots on Mills street. At the meeting of the pastors Monday j the apportionment oi ine siugcra among the various churches was dis cussed and the selection of musicians made this week. James A. Dick is in charge of the music for the big revival, and a chair man of the music committee is arrang ing for the rehearsals of the chorus choir. The choir will be under the di rection of George lr. Rose, who will accompany Dr. Bulgin here for the re vival. A meeting- will be held Sunday, Oct, 30, at the Y. M. C A. of the music com mittee to perfect the details of the mu sical part of the tabernacle meetings. TO COMPLETE CEXSUS OF CIUDAD JUAREZ THIS WEEK. The national census will be com pleted this week in Ciudad 'Juarez. Re turns from the capital are expected by October 2S. A 8Wn of Beauty is a coy rv iR. T. Felix Gouraud s Oriental Cream or Magical Beautifier. Removes Tan. Pimplea, Freckles, iloth Patches, Hash, nd Skin DU'eares, aca every Dlemlsfi ob beauty, acd.de fies detection. 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If you want to cut down your flesh without starving yourself or without tiring and futile exercise, go to your druggist and get four ounces of parnotis. Dissolve it in H pints of warm water. Take a table spoonful before each meal. Your double chin and shortness of breath will soon disappear, for I know sev eral cases where parnotis took off su- j peTfluous fat at the rate of several pounds a week. G. Li. A.: A simple and reliable home treatment for removing super- Hswc iote -F-ij-m TCh fona onrl frfa arms is to mix a little delatone with I enough water to make a paste; then smear this paste over the skin where the hairs grow, leave it on for a few minutes; then wipe off and wash the skin with warm water. Delatone is the only thing I know that will kill the hair roots forever without injur ing the skin. It is expensive, as drug gists never sell It for less than a dollar an ounce. Sometimes the hairs do return, but they are light and straggly, scarcely discernible. After a second or third application they go for good. Jessie P. H.: Some sage dressings are beneficial to the scalp, but I never recommend them on account of the danger of staining or discoloring the hair. If you want a good, dependable remedy for dandruff, itching scalp and falling hair, try an ounce of quinzoin dissolved in one-half pint each of al cohol and water. This will put your hair and scalp in a healthy condition. Apply the tonic twice a week, rubbing It gently Into the hair roots. It is free from oil and makes a fine dressing for the hair. I know of many who were troubled with "hopeless" cases of dan druff and falling hair that found this an ideal tonic. Madge: For your hollow cheeki and wrinkled face, I recommend fre quent application of a good greaseless complexion cream jelly, also brick mas taging. By stirring together one ounce almozoin, two teaspoonfuls glycerine and one-half pint cold water, aHowing to stand over night, you will have an extra good complexion cream. Use thi3 also for massaging- It will clear up your skin fine, removing all dirt from ,the pores and soon you will find your complexion smootlh. plump, fresh-looking and unwrinkled. This is an excel lent cream for treating blackheads, freckles and roughness of the skin and will rid your face of those very large pores. MATTICE-BUSH 00. . For your heating and plumb ing estimates. Our Repair service is prompt and re liable. 109 IT. Campbell. BeH 956; Auto 2358 At Fountains & Elsewhere Ask for HORLICK'S' Tht Original and Sfnuiit MALTED MILK Tht Food-drink for Ail Agis, At restaurants, hotels, and foiHitaibs. Delicious, invigorating and sustaining. Keep it on your sideboard at home. Don't travel without it, k quick lunch prepared in a Misete. Take no imitatioB. sayn'ORDCrS." In No Gombine op Trust If you "want the best meats at the lowest prices, call Opiiz Market Both Phones Bank &Trust Co. V. E. Arnold. Cashier. F il. Murchison, Asst. H. E. Christie, Secv. Cashier.