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EL PASO HERALD
12 Tuesday, Marcli 11, 1913 Cottolene is far superior to lard Pastry made with Cotto lene is smoothervin texture, finer-grained and better in flavor than if made from but ter or lard. And Cottolene costs no more than lard, and will go one-third farther than either butter or lard. There is as much difference between Cottolene and its imitations, as between extra good and very poor butter. Be careful, avoid tutes. substi- Cotieleae is never sold in bafe al ways in air-tight tin paSs, which pro tect it from dirt, dust and oders. It is always uniform and dependable. THE K. K. FAIR3AHK COMPANY DEVELOPMENT CLOUDCROFT MEN PORM PHONE COMPANY WHl Build Line Down Jones Can pa; Has M Stockholders and "Will Cover the County. Cloudcroft, N. St. March 11. At the meeting of tnose interested in the pro posed telephone line down James can yon an organisation was perfected. There will be about S6 stock holders. The following- are the officers elected: president. C. A. Kedic; vice president, "W. E. Jergins; secretary treasurer, P. W. Hickson; trustees, J. E. C. Bell. A. J. Posey and Eli Moser. The company will be knows as the James Canyon Telephone company, and the line will extend from Cloudcroft to May hi 11. N. r. a distance of about 20 miles. The line is being built with the object f putting in a switch board at Cloudcroft at some later aaie. uiouacroii. aicmav has several toll lines and one farmer's line that extends 12 miles down Cox anyon. When a switch board is in stalled at Cloudcroft. connection can be had with practically every point in ihe county. MORE ROADS AIIB TO BE Biriir ev LBVCoiiX couxty Cixrizoro. N. St, March 11. More t ids are to be built and bridges re paired in Lincoln county. At the last meeting of the county commissioners SJOO was voted for road improvement work on the road from Carrizozo to the Otero county line. Three day's work will also be collected from, precinct Xo. Ti and the money spent in road work. Lumber was ordered bought for the Kudiosa bridges and for the Improve ment of other bridges in the county. THRE STEM. BRIDGES TO BE BUIIVT IX HOWARD COUVTY Big Springs, Tex, Starch 11. Three steel bridges are to be erected in How ard county. Work on them is now un der way. One bridge will, be on the road near Elbow school house, one on the Larnesa road Bear Auto and one on Wild Horse creek. BZELL- SELLS GROCERY AVD WIL1 GO TO PABBX STORE W. H. Ezell has sold his grocery on tbe corner of Franklin and Mesa ave nue to E. P. Slay and will become man ager of the Fabene Mercantile store at Fabens. He was formerly associat ed with H. P. Jackson in the Jackson grocery, on Bl Paso street. The many uses of GOLD DUST If you were to use for each kind of washing, cleaning, scouring and scrubbing, one of, the so-called special prepara tions which are made, you wauld have an imposing and expensive arrayof chemicals, wash ing compounds, cleaning pastes, etc. There is one cleaner that has the virtues of all and the faults of none. Use Gold Bust and you have no need of borax, ammonia, kero sene or naptha. You can bay a large pack age of Gold Bast for 5 cents. 'Ut tfte COLD DUSTTWINS do your worfi" gfllHpnj r Dog Collars An immease asertment of all kind& at most any price you want to pay, Shelton-Pavne A DEVELOPMENT TUCSON EXPECTS BIG BUILDING ERA Permits to Build iNtaed Thus Far In 113 Exceed S2,eo: Many Colo nists Located. Tucson, Ariz., ' March 11. Irge building plans are in sight for the next few months in Tucson and .the build ing record for 1913 promises to ex ceed that of any previous year. The Y. St C A. building will cost ? 75, 00, the federal building $75,000, an addi tion to the Santa Rita hotel $150,030 and a new building by Dr. C A. Schra der $40,000. The permits issued thus far in 1913 amount to $92,471. The new Schrader building at the corner of Congress and Main streets is bow in course of construction, and will have a frontage of 103 feet on Con gress street and 61, feet on Main. It will be ot pressed -trick construction. The first story will be divided into five store rooms. The second and third will be for lodging bouse purposes. It will be finished July 1. When the addition to the Santa Rita hotel is finished, the cost of the whole will have been $750,000. Work on the addition will commence early in April. It 'will be five stories, fire proof. The hotel, when this addition is complete, will accommodate 500 guests. More colonists are available to till the- thousands of acres "which the Tuc son Farms company is brineintr under cultivation in the Santa Cruz valley than tbe land will accommodate, ac cording to officers of the corporation. As a result of this and other recla mation projects now in, full operation, directors of the Tucson chamber -f commerce assert confidently that with in two years at most Tucson will pro vide its own foodstuffs and export about $1,000,000 worth annually. In past years Tucson has been importing more than $1,500,000 worth of produce for home consumption. Since the re cent rains all crops are now making rapid growth and the outlook is for bumper harvests. S. Y. Barkley. a local merchant, has resigned from the city council to de vote more time to 200 acres of land some miles east of the city, along what is known as the Pantano wash. For the first time in a number of years the land is now producing crops. It had all been cultivated in former years, but had been allowed to go back to desert. At Casa Grande, the directors of the Casa Grande Valley Water Users" asso ciation have held a meeting and de cided to institute condemnation pro ceedings against all adverse interests within the boundaries of the irrigation district in order to compel these in terests to join forces -with the water users" association in working for the completion of its dam and canal pro ject for the irrigation of more than 50,000 acres. The interests cited are the Pinal Mutual, the Sligh interests, and one or two corporate holdings. Because of the great number of peo ple coming to Casa Grande within the past few months, resulting in a lack of adequate accommodations, a large two story addition is being built to the Gould hotel. Work on the structure has just been started. W. E. Barnes, of this city, has re ceived a letter from Dr. B. T. Galloway, chief of the bureau of plant industry, department of agriculture, denying be had any intention of giving out an opinion that irrigation in the west and southwest has proved a failure through soil saturation ana deterioration. This impression became public through ut terances by Dr. Galloway at a recent hearing before the house committee (n expenditures in the department of agri culture, and was published throughout the country. A. St Barney, of Liebler & company, Jew York, is Tiere to form a company for the erection of a metropolitan theater. DEVELOPS SUBURBAN TRACT NEAR R0SWELL Roswell, N. SL, March 1L Chief among the new developments on a large scale in this district, is the one inaugurated by M. D. Burns, former station agent here for the Santa Fe railway company. Last fall he bought from A. H. Mor ris 250 acres of the tract of raw land just about a mile south of the St. Mary's hospital. He is having the tract subdivided into smaller tracts. The tract of 250 acres was divided into two sub divisions the north end of 100 acres being named the Manzana Orchard company, and the south 150 acres, Tortuna" subdivision. The 100 acre tract called Mansana has all been broken and will be set to apple orchards next winter. This sum mer the roost of it will be put in can teloupes. i A well is now being drills at the southwest corner of the tract. The drillers are now down 325 feet. The well on the 150 acre "Fortuna" division is finished, but the ground has not yet been broken. This well is -J GO feet deep. HOME BUILDING IS LIVELY IN BENSON Benson, Arte., March 11. Home building in Benson has been lively or late and prospects are good for much more during the next few weeks. George Maiden, who came here re cently from Los Angeles, has finished his residence, and barn on his home stead, three miles north of town. Jesse Teed, a new arrival from Bn glewood, CaL, is building a home In "Lonesome Hollow." L. E. "Weigand has built a home on his place, a mile and a quarter south of town. Joe Iiidour has built a house near the Roberts schoolhouse, across the river. S. L. Gemer is a new home owner In "Lonesome Valley," and Mr. Kel camp has erected a new home in the Roberts school district. The Martinez bungalow on the cor ner of San Pedro and Eighth streets, is searing completion. TO RECLAIM 10,000 ACRES OF ARID LAND Artesia. Jf. M March 11 Ten thou sand acres of desert land will be re- 1 claimed and put into cultivation as a result of the starting up of the plant of the Pecos Valley Gas & Electric company this week. The company has 20 miles of power lines in operation and plans are being made to put in many more miles at once. Many irri gation pumps in the valley -will be sup plied with power by the company and an impetus giTen to pumped irrigation over a wide territory. The power lines will reach to Dayton and Lake wood. ALAM0G0RD0 MILL MAY RESUME WORK Alamogordo. N. M., March 11. The big lumber mills at this city may be operated again. Charles Brooks, form erly of Brooks, Harper & Laws, a firm which had from tbe Alamogordo Lum ber company a contract for lumbering, was with Barney Pettijohn looking over the plant and the timber land be longing to this company. The mills have been closed for several years on account of lawsuits. SPXCIAlsPAISTSIr DISHBS BVBRY DAT AT SHBLBOJT OAFK. EL PASO LADY TELLS ABOUT PLANT JUICE After Yearsof Suffering She Finds Relief in It and Is Grateful. Mrs. C B. Edgerton, who has lived in El Paso thirty years, is another one of the hundreds of people of this city who are very enthusiastic over Plant Juice. Mrs. Edgerton said: "I want to get three bottles of Plant Juice. I have taken nearly a bottle and I know I have found the treatment I have been looking for. I have Jiad kidney trouble for years and mine must have been a. peculiar case. for treatments that helped others did not help me. The pains and annoy ances that I have suffered are almost beyond belief; kidneys so weak they were a constant source 'of trouble. Dull heavy pain ' across my "jack and sometimes sharp, shooting patns. Plant Juice has simply worked wonders in my case. My back gives me no more trouble, kidneys are much better and I just feel fine generally. My home is at 901 South Hill St." Plant Juice is a purely vegetable combination of fresh pure juices of medicinal plants of amany countries. Thousands are learning daily just what Mrs. Edgerton has learned the fact that Plant Juice is the greatest specific known for kidney trouble. Its curative. corrective and tonic qualities for all de- j rangements of the stomach, kidneys, liver and blood make it the greatest preparation of the age. At Kelly-Pollard's. Advertisement- LIVESTOCK IOWANS BUY 7000 STEERS IN WILLCOX II. J Johnson Mokes Bis Sole of Cattle nsd 3uya a Bunch of 1100 for May Delivery. Willcox, Ariz., March 11. H. L. John son has sold 7000 steers to Sioux City, Iowa, parties. These cattle are for May and June delivery and will be loaded at Willcox. Solomonsville, By los, Cutter and Holbrook. These are all high priced steers and are in splendid condition, while the "prices paid are not known, the impres sion is that they were sold for a very high figure. This is one of the largest deals that has been made here. Mr. Johnson also has purchased from Capt. W. H. McKittrlck and judge E. R. Monk, 1100 steers for May delivery. ORIENT TO SHIP OUT 30,000 CATTLE Alpine, Tex., March 11. The Orient railroad is under contract 'with cattlemen- about Alpine to ship over 30,000 head of cattle by April 15. It is now expected that the trains will be run ning over the line by April 1. WIXKELMAX DEPUTY TO KXGAGE IX CATTLE BUSINESS Hayden. Ariz.. March 11. Walter Gib son, deputy sherift of Winkelman, has severed his connections with Gila county, and expects .shortly to go into the cattla business. He has taken a large herd of stock on shares from a local ranchman. Mr. Gibson is an old time cattleman. BISBEE GETS CATTLE FROM SOXORA RANGES Bisbee, Arit, March ll.--E. A. To vrea has receives a shipment of 35 head Of cattle from Sonora, the cattle being entered at Naco. The Johnson Meat company has also received a carload of Mexican cattle. The cattle will be put on the range to fatten. . SIERRA BLAQA CATTLE SHIPPED TO MIDLAND, TEXAS Sierra Blanca, Tex, March 11. The Nelson Morris Ranch company has shipped 17 cars of stock from here co Midland. Tex. OATTLE IN GOOD SHAPE. . Silver City, N. M. March 11. Cattle are in the best of shape and are sell ing at $30 to S3? a head. They with stood the cold winter -well and are fat tening on the good spring grasses which are plentiful, as a result of the heavy rains. SHIPS 1000 CATTLE EAST. Tularosa, N. M.. March 11. James P. Regon has shippeG 100 head of cattle to eastern market. He received $4000 on the herd. dK Against Substitutes GettheWell-Known Round Package HORLI -iS&mWitir- USE NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE IN TIME AND YOU WON'T NEED ANY FALSE HAIR "Wearlne artificial hair is a harmless deceit of which many ladies are guilty. These women are all objects for sym pathy rather thn criticism. Early neglect in the cart of the scalp has caused the loss of so much hair that their personal appearance is sadly mar red. To correct this "defect hey resort to artificial hair. Most ladles would resent any impu tation of personal carelessness and neg lect. And yet very many women per mit their natural hair to become so dull, brittle and lusterless that It looks no better than the artificial. All this is as unfortunate as it is un Becessary. Hair that is nnsightly or thin may usually be attributed to the malevolent activity of the dandruff germ. This vicious germ burrows down into the hair follicle, shortly de vtroing its lif- The hair becomes di ad. loose and finally drops out. Tlure is a rim.d sold by all drug New Way Corn Cure, J ucio-ii, uuiun, ouie: Xever Tried It Before? You'll Marvel How It Makes Corns Vanish. There never was anything like "GETS-IT" for corns, and there isn't anything like It now. It is the corn Blazes! You're Xo Business Having Corns. Usfc-GETS-IT." They'll Vanish! cure on a new principle. Put it on any corn in two seconds; it stops pain, the corn begins to shrivel and disap pears. It never fails. Simplest thing you ever saw. Xo fussy bandages, no greasy salves to turn healthy flesh "peely" and raw, no plasters that make corns bulge out. Your corns won't puil and hurt 'way up to your heart. Lay aside your knife and razor. No more digging and tugging and wincing, no more bleeding, no more danger of blood poison. "GETS-IT" never hurts healthy flesh; it is safe, painless, quick, sim ple, sure. For warts, calluses and bunions, too. "GETS-IT" Is sold at- all druggists at 25 cents a bottle, or sent on receipt of price by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago. Advertisement Corpus Christi, Texas. Open all the year. AmerJban plan. Rates $3.50 per day and up. Special rates "by the week or month. Steam heat In every room. Modem, elegant and fire proof. Bathing the year round. Finest beach on Gulf Coast. Hunting and fishing, also golfing. Ideal winter climate. Geo. E. Korst, Manager. LIVESTOCK BRANDING CATTLE ON RANCHES IN MEXICO Since the inauguration of peace pro ceedings in Chihuahua, the large American cattle companies have begun branding their calves. The Palomas Land & Cattle company. "Warren & Son and the Corralitos company are round ing up all their calves that they can and putting their mark on them. They have already branded nearly 15,00.0. Espy Bros, brought in 300 head of Mexican cattle near the Green River Sunday. The cattle were purchased from Lee Prude, who had purchased them from several Mexican ranches. Espy Bros will probably put them on pasture at Lobo, Texas. BUYS 175 YEARLING STEERS. Big Springs, Tex., March 11. W. It Cole has bought of J. I Glass, of Glasscock county, 175 yearling steers at 32 per head. Colds. Weak Lunei. Couchs. Weak Throats. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Sold for 70 years. Ask Your Doctor. J. 0. Ajer Co.. Lowell. Mam. Imitations 09 Against f MALTED MILK Rftade In the largest, best equipped and sanitary Matted MHfc plant In the world We do not make "milkproductsZ Skim Milk, Condensed Milk, etc. Butae Original-Genuine HORUCK'S MALTED MILK Made from pare, fall-cream milk and the extract of select malted grain, reduced to powder form, soluble in water. Best food-drink for all ages. KASK FOR HORUCWS Usd a!! ever the G!obo OGdaJ5m$ktm gists, the intelligent use of which will kill the dandruff germ. It also cleanses the scalp of all accumulations and makes the hair shine with the luster of life and beauty. That remedy is Newbro's Herplcide, the Original Candruft Germ Destroyer. Newbro's Herplcide Jn SSc and 51.00 sixes is sold by all dealers, who guar antee it to do all that is claimed.. If your are not satisfied, yoar money will be refunded Applications may be obtained at the best barber shops and hair dressing parlors. The Herplcide Co.. Dept. R., Detroit, Mich., will send a nice sample and booklet to any address upon receipt of 10c in postage or silver. Kelly & Pollard, Special Agents AUv j BEST FO R MBYSBM CUTICURA. It tends to keep baby's skin dear and healthy, prevents minor erup tions,' and establishes a permanent condition of skin and hair health. Assisted by Cuticura Ointment It is unrivaled in the treatment of ec zemas, rashings and other itching, burning infantile eruptions so often the cause of baby's fretfulness and sleeplessness. Cctfcsr&Sc&P esd Cntngit soM ttrcaetoai tba wcfUL Xibeal saxsfe of eoaa seikd freo. wtth 32-p.boofc. A&Sraa -CMteera." U&t. &. Bcttoa. oTei4er-f!aesd xaea &xn tn csstsri irita Catl csn Soap Kiavtwf StWr. JJbrssl sample tree. The Quickest, Simplest Cough Cure Easily and Home. Cheaply Made Saves You $2. at J This recipe makes a pint of cough syrup enough to last a family a long time You couldn't buy ag much or as good cough syrup for $250. Simple as it is, it gives almost instant relief and usually stops the most obsti nate cough in 24 hours. This is partly duo to the fact that it is slightly laxa tive, stimulates tbe appetite and has an excellent tonic effect. It is pleasant to take children like it. An excellent rem edy, too, for whooping cough, croup, sore lungs, asthina, throat troubles, eta Mix one pint of granulated sugar with pint of warm water, and stir for 2 minutes. Put 2 ounces of Piaex ( fifty cents' worth) in a pint botttc, and add the Sugar Syrup. It keeps perfectly. Take a teaspoonful every ooe, two or three hours. Pine is one of the oldest and best known remedial agents for tbe throat membranes. Piaex.is the most valuable concentrated compound of Norway white pine extract, and is rich in guaiacol and all the other natural healing elements. Other preparations will not work in this formula. The prompt Tesnlts from this recipe have endeared it to thousands of hoase wire3 in the United States and Canada, which explains why the plan has been imitated often, bat never successfully. A truarantv of absolute satisfaction, or ' money promptly refunded, goes with this reape. lour oroggist nas .rinex, or win get it for you. If not, send to The Pinex Co., Pt. Wayne, Ind. FINEST QUALITY LARCEST VARIETY "ALSO" cleans and whitens canvas sBoes. In round white cakes packed in zinc-tin boxes, with sponge. 10c Is handsome, large aluminma boxes, with sponcc, Sc. "STAR" combination for cleaninsr and poi jiku ishmir all kinds of rusaet or tan shoes, 10c '"Dandy" size. C5c v "fill T FflRF ' iiie on,r ladies' shoe drettinc Ulh I tUUt ,,,4 positively contains OIU Blacks and Polishes ladies' and children's boots and shoes. Shfnas without rubbing, 23c. "French Gloss." 10c CRfiRY PI ITEUcorobiratiou for gentlemen una i tu i b .ho take pnde in tarisK their shoes look Al. Restores color and lustre to all black shoes. Polish with a brush or deth, 10 cents. "Elite" size. 25 cents. and whitens dirty canvas shoes40c and 25c If yonr dealer does not keep th kind yoairsst. send as tao price in stamps for roll else package, cbargea ptd. WHITTEMORE BROS. & CO., 20-26 Albany Street, Cambridge, Mass. T7ie Oldest and Largest Manufacturers of Shoe Polishes in the World. WHOOPIffa C0TOH SPASMODIC CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS ESOKCHITcS CATARRH COLDS ESTABLISH CD 18TS A simple, safe and effective treatment for bronchial troubles, avoiding drngs.Vapor ized Cresolene stons th. .n-.mrj 3 Whooping Cough and relieves Spasmodic w"l"" n-c. nisa ooon to sufferers from Asthma. The a-carrying the anti septic vapor, inspired with every breath, makes breathing easy; soothes the sore throat and stops the cough, assuring rest ful ntghts. It is invaluable to mothers lYim yvnuij cxiuaren. Send us postal for descriptive booklet? ALL DRUGGISTS. Try Cresolene Antiseptic TBroat Tablets for Hie u ittated Vhmx. They are simple, effective and asti septle. Of j-ourdroggbt or from as. 10c in stamps, ieii'S fcir- YAPO CRES0LEHE CO. 6ZCsTUactfr5tM.T. INTERNATIONAL Gives vour Bov s start. Phone 1 147. J. P. Mullk. Pxw. j SOAP vXonR Afe ft Md!ir"""a TJb i Curtains and Draperies We have reproductions of the English, French, and German papers that will match up with your cur tains and draperies. Tiittle Paint and Glass Co. PHNE 206 2(0-212 N. STANTON Tell These People What You Want They Wil! Respond Promptly Bell 608 & 629. DRUGGISTS A. E. RYAN & CO. OPEH ALZ AUTOS FOR HIRE LONGWELL'S TRANSFER AND AXJTtt GARAGE. PHONE X Our equipment Is complete Passenger Automobiles, Auto Baggage Tracks, Hacks. Livery Rigs. Light and heavy haulinc Storage warehouse. Call DOM'S TRANSFER To haul yoar b3ggage or move yon. BELL Phones 509-510 "Amicus Wift ' Give 10 to 15 drops of the fol lowing in frater an hour be fore each meal and your child T"ill soon be cured of bed-trettlng: Comp. fluid balmwort, t ot; tincture cu bebs. 1 dram; tincture rhus-aro-matic, 2 drama "La Rue" writes: Tor many years I have suffered wfttC stomach- and bowel trouble which has been caused by a severe case of catarrh. My blood is also in poor condition. What can be done for me?" Answer: If you follow the direc tions given below you will soon be well .and strong again. Obtain the following from any well-stocked drug store and mix by shaking well, then take a teaspfonful four times dfiHy: Syrup sarsapKllla comp. 4 oxs.. comp. fluid balmwort. 1 or., fluid ext. Buchu. 1 os. Use In connection with this the following local treatment: Get a 3-oz. package of antiseptic vilane powder and make a catarrh balm by mixing one ounce of lard or vaseline with a level teaspoonful of the powder and use in the nostrils daily. Also make a wash of one pint of warm water and one-half teaspoonful of Vilane pow der and. use two or three times a day until tbe nostrils are thoroughly cleansed and your trouble will soon be gone. "Elsie M." writes: "I have such short, stringy, straggling hair and my scalp is full of dandruff. Please advise what to do." Answer: The best advice I can offer is simple. Get at a well stocked drug' store a 4 oz. jar of plain yellow mln yol. directions accompanying, and use it regularly. It promotes a healthy, vigorous growth of hair and cures dandruff, itching scalp, lustreless hair, and stops falling hair. If the hair is harsh and straggling it restores a soft. Huffy appearance, and brings back tbe intense natural color. "Haselle says: "I would certainly appreciate something that would in crease my weight, and take away thaf languid feeling which I am subject te most of the time. My blood is weak and watery and ray appetite is poor." Answer: Tour condition is very eas ily overcome if you will follow the di rections given below. Ask your drug gist for three-grain hypo-n'icl."ne tablets and take accord'ns: to '.he di rections and your weight will increase. These tablets promote aawirallatinn, ab sorption and aid digestion, transform th complexion and figure They are picirloed by physicians add are t-i-fe-ily harmless. They shoul.1 be tan regularly for several -months and you can depend upon gaining flesh and that languid feeling will vanish complete ly. -sr "D. E. G.." writes: -My rheuma tism Is getting worse all the time. I am retting so stiff that It makes it 'ery hanffor me to get around. Answer: Do not worry about your rheumatism as that can be very easily cured by using the following: Get at EASTER SPECIAL on MarshmaUow Candy, Ducks, Rabbits, Chicks and Eggs. 10c BOX WEDNESDAY ONLY How easy to please the children. &&es roKi:rTioNEitV co. THE STOItE BEArTIFVL. rssftf OTGHT. 212 SAN ANT0HI0 ST. HACK & ATJTO STAXO Opposite Hotel Paso Sel Norte oa TV. San Antonio St. Phones: 446 362 1S18 Storage and packing by carefHl 1054. ALL GOOD 7 PASSENGER AUTOS FOR HIRE Best Service Polite Attention S3 PER HOUR a " - he ; iOCTOR, ' Tdvice, j - f gfZte- Lewis JftjAer The OlIAfiHinfl ansira.. IiaIm. .. general in character; the symptoms or -diseases are given and the answers will apply to any case, of similar nature. Those wishing further advice free, may address Dr. Lewis Baker. College Bldg.. College-EIwood Sts, Dayton. O, enclosing self-addressed stamped en velope for reply. Pull name and ad dress must be given, but only Initials or fictitious name will be used In my answers. The prescriptions can .be filled at any well-stocked drug store. Any druggist can order of wholesaler. th-s drug store the ingredients named and mix thoroughly and take & tea- sponful at meal time and again at bed time and you will soon be entirely cured of that disagreeable disease, rheumatism. Purchase 2 drams of io dide of potassium: one-half ounce of wine of coichicum; 4 drams of sodium salicylate, 1 ox. comp. fluid balmwort; 1 ox. comp. essence cardlol; and 5 oxs. of syrup sarsaparlHa. This has eared thousands aad I am sure it will cure you. "Musician" asks: "Can you tell me how to overcome a bronchial trouble which manifests itself after singing, by a tickling in the throat, hoarseness and a slight cough r Answer Gotain a bottle of essence mentho-laxene and use it pure, or make into a cough syrup by mixing with or dinary granulated sugar syrup or hon ey. Directions for use and how to make accompany the package. It makes a full pint of effective pleasant cough syrup and cures ail throat and bron chial trouble. "Mrs. Ct. R." writ as- T ,,.fri- - great deal with stomach disorders. Heavy feeling after eatinng. heart pal pitation, wind and gas on stomach, etc. Am restless and irritable. Afraid to eat a hearty meal. Sometimes great pain. I fear appendicitis." Answer: The neglect of constipation and indigestion is the most frequent cause of appendicitis. It is better to prevent than to cure by an operation. I advise that you obtain tablets trio petine and take according to directions accompanying sealed carton. They are pink, white and blue to be taken morn ing, noon and night respectively. I think many eases of appendicitis "eould be prevented by using triopeptine in telligently. "Mrs. a C." writes: "Can you pre scribe a tonic for one who is 'sleep less, nervous, hysterical, thin and get- ", uuuurr. nsve nine appetite anu am restless day and night" Answer: The following if used for several weeks will gradually restore and strengthen your nervous system: Compound syrup of hypopaosaattes. 5 oxs.; tincture cadomene 1 ox, (not car damon). Mix. shake well and take a teaspoonful before each meal. K. K. K. asks: T am growing more stoat as I get older and weigh 6 pounds too much now, I am alarmed and want to reduce. Please advise what to take?" Answer: You need not be alarmed if VOU Will bavin takinr 5-t.i-ofn lrhn. Jene tahleta. These t&hlts reduce usually at the rate of a pound a day after the first few days. Any drag- BiHi as auppiy inem in sealed tuaee with full directions. "Poor H." writes: "My health is very poor on account of a lon-stending constipation. I have to use pills or something all the time. Can you pre scribe something to take that wM cure chronic constipation?" Answer: Constipation is probably the cause of more illness than any oth er thing. Most remedies only relieve prescribe three-grain sulpherb tablets . ot.).iiux- uuyiecsj, ana nave rouuu them most reliable and gradually cur ative. They act pleasantly and tone up the bowels and liver, while purifying the blood. Advertisement. FOUXTAi:? DAIRY LTTXCH Under American Trust & Sayings Bank. cor. San Antonio Oregon Sta. AMERICAN DAIRY LTXXCH Cor. Texas & Stantoa Sta, Ground Floor. American Yj. l consolidated with above two. FARMERS and LAND-OWNERS! When you are ready to level your land for Alfalfa & Fruit, send for me, I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. D. E. H. MANIGAULT. Civil Engineer & Surveyor, 410 Caples Bldg El Paso, Tex.