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on Pages 14 and 15. PASO EL HEUALD Real Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 14 and 15. MAXES TURNIPS PAY ON IRRIGATED LAND Fort Stockton Man Makes $600 on One-Fourth Acre of Turnips. Fort Stockton, Texas, Bee 10. The most remarkable crop ever known on the irrigated lands near here, is a crop of turnips grown by "W. B. Hubbard, who lives about three miles north of town. He has already brought several loads into town, -and the farmers who know well how to estimate, say that his crop of one-fourth acre will easily net him $600. In many instances the turnips in this patch touch, and where Hhey do fnot there is only a space of a very few Inches. One turnip weighed six pounds. RETURN FROM OKLAHOMA TO 3IAKE CROPS IX XEW MEXICO Tucumcari, N. M., Dec 10. W. A. and J. P. Walter, of Sepulpa, Oklahoma, B. H Ninemier and L. !P. ritseii, oi onaw- nee. Oklahoma. J. A. Young, of ErlcK. .- and Ed Coke and D. Ely. of Kingfisher, Oklahoma, are among those returning to Quay county claims in order to get the land ready for spring crops. Owing to the drouth of last summer, many of the farmers of this section were compelled to leave the country, but their return shows their faith in the land. FARMERS AT FT. SUMNER ARE 'TRYING BEE CULTURE Fort Sumner, N. M., Iec 10. A num ber of the farmers here have sown wheat, bees are being brought into the vallev. and other enterprising farmers are preparing to try out various other j The past season the valley farmers took 17 prizes in Texas and New Mex ico all first premiums, in addition to taking second prize for best county ex hibit in .New Mexico. The list includes celery, peanuts, sweet potatoes, toma toes, rooracorn and kaffir corn. SELLS HIS APPLE CROP IX , PORTALES FOR S2.50 A BOX Portales, N. M., Dec. 10. J. F. Mor gan,' who lives west of town, brought in some apples that were raised on his place, which brought him $2.50 per box. They were pronounced superior in flavor to Pecos valley apples, while his orchard will compare favorably with anything in New Mexico. SHIP 750 CARS OF ALFALFA DURING YEAR FR03I ANTHONY Anthons-, N. L, Dec 10. Secretary Bowden, of the Berino-Anthony Farm ers' association, reports 750 carloads of alfalfa shipped this season and es timates 1500 carloads for next eason in view of increased acreage tnis year. RAISES 1000 TONS OF HAY. Bisbee, Ariz., Dec. 10. The hay crop of the Warren ranch has been found to total 1000 tons, or 28,000 balesf HSYY' SHIPMENTS MADE FROM ALPINE Train Loajls of Cattle Are Being Sent to Fort Voith. Alpine, Tex., Dec. 10. Eugene Parr shipped 'one car, of calves to Fort "Worth, and A. S. Gage eight cars of mixed cattle to thesame market. Jim TTilson old one car of cows and calves to Jackson & Harmon, who ship ped them to Fort Worth- Jackson & Harmon also shipped 19 cars of mixed stuff to Fort "Worth and one to New Or leans. JFohn R- Holland has gone to his El Paso county ranch to protect his fine horse stock against possible border thieves - Munro Baggett, whose sheep are now in Terrell county, was a business -visitor here this week. "Win- Nixon sold his two and 3y ear old black muleys. two carloads to Jackson & Harmon. The price for the the 3yearolds was record being ?40 a head. Collins & Clinton bought the 02 cat tle here, 11 cars, and shipped them to Fort Worth- - ' It. N- Pullian went to Valentine to ship some of his stock oat from there. PIMA CATTLE BRING IN NEARLY MILLION Tucson, Ariz., Dec. 10. During the past 11 months the cattle industry of Pima county has Tietted the owners $G42,SS0, which does not include cat tle butchered for local use. PREPARING FOR MEETING OF CATTLEMEN NEXT MARCH Dalhart, Tex., Dec. 10. The cattle men's convention to be held here in 3iareh is being arranged for by the committee in charge. Judge W- B. Slaughter, president of the First Na tional bank, an old tme cowman, and a successful business man, will be at the .head of the convention, assisted by the business men and will have the city in shape to give the visiting cat tle men and their friends the time of their life- SHIPPING ALTO CATTLE TO KANSAS VCITY MARKET Alto, N. M-, Dec. 10. Watt and Matt Gilmore have left with several carloads of cattle to be loaded at Carrizozo for Kansas City markets. W. L.. Ruther-y ford, of Alamogordo, is the purchaser of the cattle. - ' Fred Crosby, of Ruidoso, N. M., passed through Alto with several car lcad of cattle en route to Carrizozo, to be delivered to W. L. Rutherford,, of Alamogordo, the purchaser. BIG SHIP3IENTS WILL BE MADE BY ODESSA CATTLEMEN Odessa, Tex., Dec. 10. J. T. Mc Elroy is arranging to ship about 3000 head" of cattle from this place this month . ELECED BY CATTLEMEN. Tombstone, Ariz., THc 10. William Riggs, of Dos Cabezas, has been elect ed first vice -president of' the Arizona Cattle Growers' association . 3IARFA SHIP3IENTS. Marfa, Tex., Dec. 10. J. K. Brown has shipped three cars of cows and calves . to Fort Worth. AFFIBMS DECISION" IN MOCK G-imGr CASE I". S. Goen received a telegram Friday from New Orleans stating that the United States circuit court of appeals had affirmed the decision of judge T. S. ilaxey in the case of Mock Gung, whom Maxes' had ordered released. United States commissioner Geo. B. Oli er had ordered the' man'' deported. Judge Maxeyreversed. the decision, and the United States appealed the case, Maxey's decision being sustained. By. Request we repeat our How to Prevent Having Consumption and Caneer, with quotations from President Von Czerny's .inaugural address at International Conference' for the Study of Cancers at Paris in October. Published in New York Medical Record of December third. Which verifies our idea of cancers and shows the inability of the medical world to cope with it and consumption, and that there, ought to be a law forbidding the giving of, any more drugs. - . How To Since thirty-five per cent of the deaths in Iowa, Illinois and Minnesota are from these diseases and the greatest per cent of cancers come from the lurnbermen and the wealthy, we must look for some other cause than poverty and close confinement for their cause. On account of the vast increase of these diseases it proves the ' tubercular conference of doctors have signally failed to find the cause and preventative. Pres. Von OzernlHowoKeepFromaving says the disease of cancer seemsj to be on the increase among all cultured people, as high as 30 percent (where the people have all kinds of Medical doc tors), while in out of the way locali- hties not even a, death has occurred in 95 years. He savs: "This cannot be an accident, ana tnat xne 'Duik 01 vac evidence is against the parasitic theory. This snows that the Medical world is n-1..1 ; ,1:.- ;A? ? V,a iiuauiut-ciy iuu ui uncii mua jl iuc diseases, and are of no value whatever in curing these diseases. He says: '"It is well to forget all we know on these , stimulant or poison' like calomel until subjects and go "back to school.? Think j vou burn and irritate all' the organs of such a confession from the Presi- into ulcers, until the nerves are ex dent of these "Dopers" will you? .For j hausTed and paralyzed at the spine? all their drugs have produced more and j more of these diseases wherever they aroused most. While right here in El Paso we have reduced by Osteo pathy. At the A. T. Still Osteopathic In firmary, under Dr. I. W. Collins. Phy-sician-in-Chie the death rate on all diseases we have handled, including can- 1 cers and tuberculosis, to six deaths out of six thousand, while drugs have lost seven thousand in the same length of time, and increases diseases one thou sand percent. Any man with a grain of sense ought to read this confession on the part of President Von Czerny and realize that you cannot cure any disease by taking these poisons into your system, as they only exhaust the already weakened nerve, which is dead ened at the spine, until cancer or txi berculosis sets in. And shows that the giving of drugs ought to be prohibited by law for humanity's sake. For, as he says, these diseases do not occur in out of the way places, but all occur where they are able to hire these pro fessional poisoners. So every cancer in the world is caused by first exhausting the nerve by the taking of drugs until the nerve is paralyzed at the spine, until the j system is full of stagnant blood and j breaks out in ulcers to purify itself. Then this ulcerated part is irritated by some stimulating drugs until cells are dead and flesh decays into a cancer. Tuberculosis is produced in the same way, only tlje ulcers are healed up and calloused over in whatever part they occur until the stagnant blood cannot escape, as in the cancer, so it goes to kidney's and lungs and overtaxes them, cough medicines are taken and assist in paralyzing nerve to lungs, so that if the lungs are weakest, consumption is 'the result. If the -kidne3's are weakest Bright's disease is the result. Take no drugs for any purpose. Have an Osteo path loosen the nerve to the part and it will restore circulation and 3'ou nre well again, unless 3ou have drugged so lonjr there is not vitalit3 enough left to throw out the diseased matter. Then there is no hope for the drugs have J produced 3Tour disease and laid 3-011 out as the- have every case of consumption or cancer in the world. If people used the same common sense with regard to their health that they do r. i Pll na Keep Consumption and Cancer. anything1 else in life, we would all be j a ong lived, healthy people. For instance, when your arm is, tired f from writing several letters, do you force it to write more until it cramps and 'becomes paralyzed, or do you rest it? You simply rest it. of course. When t Trf"n rioTr rxsy fw rn 4 4-I $"!- lw ru-k-n -1"" " ;,. mc.io uuui mc iici wn furnish no more 'bile' to digest it. do you cease eating so much -meat and rest the liver, or do you take some kind of Then Avlien the6e nerves are paralyzed. -poor circulation is the result and stag- nant blood naturally accumulates. Xow this stagnant ".blood overtaxes the kd- nevs. doesn't it? w ti,. ! eKmiiiof Aa . aaa v u.uuiuiw iucac vicrtvicucu. ucitca up uv I . c .w,i-.. -..: ! mineral waters, they generate cancers j weakened the nerve to, and you will be either of liver or bladder, or female restored, to normal health and can never organs. That is why Rockefeller In- j contract cancer or tuberculosis! ' stitute for Cancers says the usually I I wiU present any one with a thou come from a welltodo class of people J said dollars who will contract either who use stimulants and mineral waters, ! c these diseases without taking drugs, and from the lumbermen who use whis key for every ailment. Xow, ladies, after using some kind of pln-sics until nerves are exhausted to digestive organs, have Drolapsis or a flabby condition of digestive organs un til they rest on the bladder and other organs and press them down and mis place tnem ana men wnen tney are so tvisted and pressed on until they can not emptjr themselves the whip them up with ergot and quinine and various poisons. This ergot is a poison from shriveled rye and it rots the blood ves sels the same as nuinine. Then these blood vessels burst when Ihey whip up the nerve to them with some kind of stimulant or poison, and this forms ulcers, and when the nerve is para lyzed at the spine forms running sores and cancers. Rockefeller Institute says an cancers are formed from irritations and exhausted nerves. All drugs irri tate and exhaust nerves and thus form cancers. Xow 3ou will notice that these welltodo people 'and lumbermen 'have a chance to get plenty of fresh air, so this stagnant blood cannot attack the lungs. Xow, in Iowa and Illinois, and other agricultural states, and among the me chanics, 35 percent of wnom die with consumption, a different condition ex ists. Xow, these" farmers in the winter sit around the fire in close rooms and eat as heartih' as when at hard work and the mechanics do the same. This soon chokes the kidneys with ca-nying 'off too much waste material. Then the blood becomes impure and so much of this rushes to the lumrs and thev bejnn tP Pur dW11 ie cough medicine and paralyze the nerve to the lunsr so the cough which was keepiug the lung active and free when the nerve is dead ened b- the cough medicine ceases and they Vill up and lung trouble is the result. sscian in Still ! 1 Having My cousin, one of the leading physi cians of Kentucky, says more consump tion is caused by paralyzing the nerves to the lungs with cough medicines than -from any other cause. That is, after thev have eaten so, much that the kid- neys are stopped up and can no longer purify the blood. Xow. we know this is true, from the fact that consumption and cancers do not attack stock on the ranges where food is at times scarce and where they are not valuable enough that they are doped for every ailment, but among high priced stock, where they are stuffed and then given drugs to make the organs work ofjf the ex cess they also, become consumptive and cancerous and the same is true "among people who live away from civilization where 110 drugs- are -taken. Such- a thing as cancer and tuberculosis is unknown. All anvone needs to 'do is temPtely according to the amount OI PnSJcai exercise you taKe. xaKe no draSs bufc have an Osteooath free the nerves so the circulation will become normal in whatever part drugs have unless by injury. The blood ofteqi tries j to purifv' itself bv means of sores such I oc TnriAAco rniTia VOTMnTTrvty1c? rtr-kin UO IU11V.UJ 111J iliUUl iHUiUO CiC.llI. and various 'boils and ulcers, which have 'been caused br the taking of drugs until they have paralyzed and weak ened the nerves and poor circulation is the result. Xow. these sores help rest the kidne-s and lungs bj- carrying out the impurities. Xow, if these are healed up by salves and socalled blood puri fiers, which only whip up the exhausted nerves for a time until these sores heal up, then they have no means of escape and consumption is always rhe result. An Osteopath always frees the nerve to these parts so no more stagnant blood can accumulate. Then the sores heal up themselves. That is why we have cured 6000 in El Paso of every kind of disease and only lost six, while tne .medical doctors have lost 7000 in the same length of time. If you want to die a nremature 'death in El Paso it is your own fault. For nothing but prejudice and1 listening to ' medical doctors that we are taking all the patients away from, keeps vou suf fering and d3-ing in El P.xso. For the Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary has so ' clearly demonstrated the fact that we can cure b3 the greatest per cent ever known, and that after the nerves have been so deadened by pois onous drugs that it takes us a Ion- ' time to restore them. While in acute diseases Osteopathy works like, light ning as in the case of spinal menin gitis in Rev. Robert's son, and in ty phoid fever, etc. Just read wliac the Xotary Public ea-s about it wio took the statements of all these good El I'aso people who have beer, cured every kind of troubles': or I INVESTIGATION OF THE PA- i TIENTS OF THE DR. A. T. STILL ' n IS El IM niiAEf ilulIIUIISLiii eS mw mm IBl mm 1 a w OSTEOPATHIC INFIRMARY, TINDER DR. IRA W. COLLINS, BY A NOTARY PUBLIC, MEETS WITH THE FOL LOWING RESULTS IN FAVOR OF DR. IRA W. COLLINS. This certifies that I. G. L. Hannan. am a notary public in and for EI Paso j County, State of Texas, and that I took the statements of the leading people of El Paso who had been treated at the Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary under Dr. Ira W. Collins, for nearly every disease you can think of, and they j verified the fact that they were cured, and were enthusiastic in praise of the Osteopathic treatment. G. L. Hannan. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 26th day of October, A. D. 1910. A. S. Thurmond, Notary Public in and for . El Paso County. ' v ASTHMA. (jtfp? ments of asthmat- ics who had been given up by physi- 4 mine on t)ipr a-ra new well. BLINDNESS. I took the state ment of a ladj who had. been afflicted with blindness and others who had been treated for other ejre troubles, and who can now see to read and are perfectly well. FEMALE DISEASES. I took the state ments of ladies who had suffered with female disc ases : they are now strong and well, and some . cf thorn had con- i tinned so for -ears, j -since taking treat- ' m"ut. Theyovere j all enthusiastic in l it- pr.use. .no oper-j ation given in any ! instancc. had been Tumors shed "bv several I DEAFNESS. I took the state ments of the deaf, who can now hear as well as any one else. PARALYSIS. 1 took the state ments of piralytics who can now isz their limbs perfect ly. cor. Missouri and A J I f "? 1 i , 1 WW ; f 7? I I i J C vl 1 - 1 B o 1 v r ISA ' T.I r Or CATARRH. I took the state ments of catarrhal patients, Avho had shqj the adenoids, and some who had had large mastoid abscesses, and all were cured. FITS. I took the state ments of those who had had fits, and' they are now per fectly weli and were loud in praises ,pf the treatment. CONSUMPTION, i"W I took the etate- j t ment.s of eonsuinD- tives and others formerl' afflicted t with throat trou bles, and thev are " ! 1 now perfectly well J J and had been for - LUNG FEVER. Several people who had been cured' of lung fever b- Dr. Collins's treat ment made the statement to me that L after beini; given up to die they had j j been perfeciJy cured by this treatment. GALL STONES AND -LIVER TROUBLES. I took the state ments vof patients who had been cured of liver trou ble and gall stones b- Dr. Collins's treatment, after be ing considered past lief by physicians. STOMACH TROU BLES; INDIGES TION. T took the state ment of. these who nan oeen suii'Tiug with liver, cramps 1 ivid stomach trou bles .Mid indiijes- tion. who say that the- are now able to eat any kind of food and enjoy life. BRIGHT'S EASE. DIS- I took the state ments of people who had Bright's Di-w-- in their families who had been given up by physicians and aft er treatment by Dr. Collins, were won derfully cured. RHEUMATISM. I took the statements of those who E! Paso Streets, fxf H- r "LM 'it' rT I (A '' hi) S ffa ed Ones. Cancers had' suffered with- several different kinds of rheumatism, and they claim that they are now .perfectly well and have neyer had it since in one instance the patient had been treated eight years ago without having, had a return of the disease. SPINAL MENINGITIS. I took the statement of those who formerly suffered with spinal meningitis, and they were loud In their praises of the treatment. f CHILDREN'S DISEASES. I took the statement of mothers whose children were cured of all kinds of . children's diseases, and they were enthusiastic in their praise of the Os- -teopathic treatment. I took the statement of mothera whose children had suffered with spasms and who coulfl not Jtiffc their little heads from their pillows, that ar now .strong and well. TUBERCULAR LIMBS.- 1 AND SHRIVELED A. 1 look the statement a? mnf1ia. whose children had been cripples for years with tubercular and shriveled limbs, who have recovered so completely that (hey say that no one, could tell which limb it was. One young ladv assured me that she had been a. cripple for nine years, and would still be so,, but for Dr. Coilinss treatment. TYPHOID FEVER. I took the statements of those whe had gone through typhoid fever, and all were loud in their praise of the treat ment of Dr. Collins which had cured them. x SCARLET FEVER. I took the statement of mothers who had children cured of this dreaded dis ease by the Osteopathic treatment, and they were enthusiastic in its praise. BLOOD POISONING AND OLD SORES. I took the statement of those who 1 had had blood poisoning ranging from nail in foot to old sores of several years' standing, and it was remarkable how well they recovered after trying all oth er kinds of remedies. NEURALGLA AND HEADACHES. I took the statements of those who had suffered with neuralgia in its worst form for years, and all kinds of headache, and they in each instance elaimed to be cured. APPENDICITIS AND ABSCESSES. I took the statements of those who had been cured of appendicitis, and they were eah cured. Xo operation, in any instance. Some had abscesses which j opened up and drained and'Tiealed nicely. Think of those you ha known who J hrve been foolish enough to let a sur geon scare tnem into an operation. Thcj' are nearly all dead now." Why should you resort to surgery, which cannot cure as great a percent of dis eases as Osteopathy can, and no danger from Osteopathy? ..... El Paso, Texas. ,