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EL PASO HEBALD
Wednesday, April 9, 1913 16 WILLING TO $laf$$n& .$Hv&f$iff 1MRN& The Diary of A Bachelor MRHette Return to Find Xcir Pet and the Ilaeheler Philosophises b Hasty Marriaces. Ily 3tx TAKE OATH As to the Truthfulness of Statements in Beneath Letter, Says Mrs. Cook. I nisun, Texas, "Tton may prist .statement from this letter you a'n T.l.ase." writes Mrs. Jess -Cook, of -o 1-2 Main St. thU city. , "and 1 Illing to swear to Its truthful- i) i On 'he thiid of April I bad an op- ration performed, for womanly Jroo 1 thinking that would make me "U 'I. 'n a few weeks after the operation. .,t ilown again, an I was advised to ! m - . - ie another operation. I would not, iMcn to this. ' I n-iY'nfr heard so much .about Car- ! on . the woman's tonic, I decided 1 Mi.uld try it. ; I have taken only seven bottles, . ,1 believe I am a well woman. .Have i pa.ns at all. and the other trouble s disappeared. Have gained both in 1 e.lth and strength. Mr weight now Is 149 pounds. Be r.,e taking Cardui. it was 15 pounds. 1 rally know that I am well, but K. ep a bottle of Cardui to the house j .-11 the time, for use in case I need it Several of my lady friends are &1 r. ady taking Cardui on my advice. .-nd T wish all other suffering women w ould try it." Cardui will surely do as much for -. on. as it did for the writer of the ...ove letter, if you will only give it a. trial. - If jou are sick, it may be just the medicine you need. X. B. Write to: Ladies Advisory f 1 . pt.. Chattanooga, Medicine O:, "nattanooga, Tenn.. for Special ln HtructlonN, and 4-page book. "Home "' reatment for Women," sent in plain tapper, on request Advertisement. 8ABVS FACE ONE SORE WITH ECZEMA Cried for Hours. Ceald Xot Sleep. RehlBot Broagkt Rent and Chtc. Heading. Pa. "My baby girl had ec rma for over six months. It was pain fbl and itching, she could not sleep d.-n or night she would scratch till blood and water would run down her nock. Then it burned her so she cr.ed for hours at a time. The right Fide of her face was one sore and Si .lb T got the samples of Resinol Soap and Resinol Ointment on a Saturday morning, and put them on. and put tin m on again in the afternoon and in 1h. evening before I put her to bed. .-.".I she went to sleep and slept till - . xt morning. I thought I was in n. iven the first night and by Monday th- eczema was dried up so that all iHf. scabs fell off. Resinol Soap and Ointment cured my baby." Mrs. Wm. m Fletcher. 544 So. 17 1-2 St, Aug. 1.1 112. Try KCfriBel at Our Expense. Tf tou or any of your little ones are offering from enema, rash, tetter. -insworm, or other itching, burning km eruption, there is only one better proof of the value of Resinol. That iK trv it yourself and see! You can j;c-t samples free by writing to Dept M-T, Resinol. Baltimore. Md. Resinol stops itching instantly. Prescribed Tiv careful doctors for eighteen years. sold by every druggist Advertisement CORONA HAS EXCITIXO SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION Coror.a, N. M.. April 9. There was much excitement over the election for !ohool directors held here, more inter est, probably, than in any election ever old. People turned out in big num j.ers and about as many women were . r. nn Uie streets as men. The The i I; Geo. nes 72, I T. M. j i .i..it -mas: A S. McCamant 99 i laments. 74. and judge J. L- Jones ;.air.!t A J. Atkinson. 3. ana 3 m Bois, 27. Walking Typhoid May be Wij Drag Along, Worn io be Robust, Happy With, your blood full of catarrhal infec tion, nerves all unstrung, blood impov erished, headaches, lassitude, pellagra, bookworm, tape worm, chills and fever or some other debilitating influence, the very foundation of health is being sapped away by spring humors. B. S. S. Is a Wonder. It Makes You Look and Feel the Picture of Real HeaKh. Half the people you meet complain of waT muscles, stagnant brain, jangled r -vcs. and a mournful desire to lay 1 -sin and just quit Most of these people - -. -. rjn; nervinss that srasmod- MARCH 11. We are back here in my library. Diary and I. and I have a pleasant sense of secur ity I have not felt in months. The house 's quiet, for Manette and her little guest, after a stormy pillow fight, are asleep. I can hear Rich ard's dron'ng voice relating the experi ences of the winter to her sister who has called to see her, but otherwise there is not a' sound. It is peaceful, and I am glad I am back here to stay. The winter has been a profitable one, for Manette doesn't look like the frightened little shiidow of a child she was when we t 'k her na When Manette returned. Auntie Spencer had a surprise for her. Soon the "surprise" was at her heels. ju3t as happy in finding an owner as she was in finding something alive to love. It was a pap! A brown and white nondescript so fat and short legged it rolled rather than walked. "I like him." Mrs. Spencer said, com ing across t.e lawn to see what I thought of this unexpected addition to my family, "because he has no pedi gree. No one will ever put a ficti tious value on him because his tail md his ears measure so many inches. He is just a common little alley waif, and ct juai wuiuivii nine ikj &, he has ,,., intelligence than any of these aristocratic highly bred dogs that dost thousands of Collars and are owned by women who haven't any more intelligence than the dogs, nor as much. You've pot a heart and a brain, haven't you. Rags?" whist ling for the dog to come to her. Went AHn llnll. "See." said Mrs. Spencer in triumph, "he loves Manette already. He was born to love her." ."He loves everybody." repeated Manette, and that is true. He asks nothing of life but the privilege f eating a dry crust or an occasions' bone and the happiness of having some one to love. If one speaks cro? to -him he fixes his big brown ey-- that t haunts mfc T wouldn't scold i him. Diary, if he chewed you up. an i tnat is saying a gooa oeai. ior i n.i not know what I would do -without you. He has been with us less than ! hours, but in that time he has chew d up Lorena Belle, Manette's best doll: i" dragged Anita Jane, her next best baby, across the lawn by the hair of its head; he chewed a corner out cf the best soft pillow in the nursery that he might find if there were any ml -e Inside, and when he bad scratched Ms way through the feathers and got his head inside, he heard no reproaches when Richards found him and pulled him out Feathers stuck to his paws. filled his ears and dung to his nose but his eves were left intact and ne used them so effectively that Rich ards laughed. When I left the nursery an hour ago he was rolled in a little ball in the bed of the doll he decapitated. He shouldn't be allowed to sleep there all night. Diary. By all the laws of health it should be forbidden, but it takes a heart stouter than mine to remove him with Manette in tears at the prospect Sarah Rae in equal distress. Richards in sympathy with her charges, ana tne pup, nim t self, fixing those reproacchful eyes on me. March 12. When I closed your cover last night Diary. I crossed the lawn to smoke a good night cigar at the Spencers, and to Mrs. Jack I re lated all that happened while I was gone. I made no reservation in my confession. If I wanted to, I wouldn't have dared, for Mrs. Jack would soon detect it , . She did. not largh; neither did she tell me what she had discovered about the relict of The Late Mr. Brown. Tou haveu't heard the last of her. Max." she predicted when I had con cluded. "She is not the kind of woman who will let her prey escape. Indeep, there are few women these davs who set their hearts on captur ing a mai who permit anything to change then: from their purpose." She sighed and I knew of what she was thinking. Her brother Tom had within the past month married a woman he had known only three weeks. I will not go into details. It is a marriage' that suggests the story of Sappho. It was no burden the first few steps, but. oh. what a weight he will be carrying before he reaches the top of the stairs with the woman in his arms! PRRSCOTT KINK OWXBR IS AKRESTKD IX CALIFORNIA Prescott. Ariz.. April 9. D. J. Dar lington, the Prescott skating rink prq prietor who attained notoriety some three vears ago by ejecting two United States army officers from his resort is now in trouble of another kind. He is held in Chico. Calif., and will be brought back to Prescott to answer a charge of wife desertion. Requisition papers have been granted by Gov. Hunt, at the request of county attorney P. W. CSullivan. Sheriff Chart Keeler has gone for the prisoner. In 191 uarlington ejectea coi, &. - C. Ord. then inspector general of the national guard of Arizona, and a lieu tenant from Fort "Whipple from his rink. The matter caused a furore in Arizona and the ward department Your Troubfi ihe Bone When Yon Can and Full of Life. ically flare up the nerve3 only to die down again, as die they must Avoid nerve stimulants. Bear in mind that this worn out feeling is due to poor blood. to bacteria in the water you drink; to the multiplying of destructive germs In the Wood faster than they can be over come by the white corpuscles; and to what is known as auto-toxemia, that con dition where the venous or impure blood accumulates faster than it can be re placed by the red arterial blood. If you feel played out or experience the peculiar sensations of gas and ten derness in the bowels, go to any drug store and ask for a bottle of S. S. S., Swift's Sure Specific Here is a remedy that gets at work in a twinkling; it just naturally rushes right into your blood, scatters germs right and left, up and down and sideways. Tou feel better at once, not from a stimulant, not from the action of drugs, but from the rational effect of a. natural medicine just as active and just as time ly as to a roan who has been lost in the mountains, is about starved and comes across a settler just cooking a savory meal of good honest beef. Do not neglect to get a bottle of S.S. S today. It will make you feel better in just a few minutes. It is prepared only in the laboratory of The Swift Specific Co., 127 Swift Bldg.. Atlanta, Ga, Send for their free book telling of the many strange conditions that afflict the human family by reason of impoverished blood. lost Fa Valeska Small, the Most Captivating Actress on the American Olage, neyyona s reau J . v.nr-0 rtf hpAUtv at the dressing fable ui iff j0msC Cwlm, . m vkw. Gf&.'si aMKMiianffv a.j jc s&' Miss Valeska S,,,ff UrdLL VALESKA. the thrilling, the be- witching, wonderful Valeska, before whom thousands have . , . .. rin? abandoned themselves to the caressing joy of an ecstatic half hour to listen to her and look upon her DUDOiing beauty, is to have a personal, heart to hooi-t hautv-cha.t everv Wednesday. A great triumph has been scored in securing from Valeska Suratt herself what she has never before chosen to reveal; for -a self-made Deauty is va- leska, with a superb charm all of her ownindustrious making, by means that are new, refreshing, wonderful, de- liciously effective. Valeska Suratt is the new flower on the American stage, not the dolled, lcinkv wis- variety of powder and rocge, which the round moon of the spotlight deceives into a resemblance of beauty, but like a marbled Venus in life, whose features faultless in line and texture can stand the scorching criticism of the sun. It is a madden ing beauty, yet not born, but made. With the lure of Broadway in her veins, that national pathway of wasted hopes, she became a histrionic climber to the top of the world's stage in a fraction of the time in which the or- .n ctt tmL-A ,a mairA ,i.A fw trip. The emotional ecstacy of her acting carried her hearers into palpi- fating frenzy and her name was made, Valeska of "The Whooping Cough." "T...A T?a. TCica" ... ,k M..-I-- T17l.r She has the reputation of being the most expensively gowned woman on the Social Doings In Southwest TULAROSA. . M. - Tularosa. X. M.. April 9. Mrs. D. D. Harkness has left for El Paso. Her son. John Counts, accompanied her. Miss Rebecca Livingston, of Sham rock, who visited her mother, has re turned home. Miss Margaret Martin is here fr-Mn Deming visiting her sister, Mrs. Geo. Elken and children. The three- year old son of Xr. and Mrs. Charlie Utter died here. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Conklin of Ster ling. Colo., are here for a few weeks to visit friends. J. W. Maxwell has returned from a six weeks' visit in Texas. He left his children with Mrs. Bauie Kincaid, of Buffalo Gap. Texas. Mauricio Montoya has proved up on his homestead east of town. Mrs. Allen is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Denton Simms and son spent a day at Mescalero visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harper. Miss Hazel Shelton was here from Alamogordo. Mrs. S. P. Clayton and son Cuba, are here from Alamogordo. Miss Delia McCall has gone to Car rizozo. X. M., to be at the bedside of her sisterinlaw, who is seriously sick. Jim Hilburn has bought a ranch four miles east of town and is mov ing to it Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Blackshire and two children, have returned to their home at Roswell, X. M, after spend ing two weeks here. R. M. McXatt has returned from Cloudcroft The box supper given by the fifth and sixth grades at the Central school building, proved to be quite a success. A program was well rendered after the boxes were sold. . Miss Leta Lumbley received the cake as the prettiest girl. Neil Hism received the necktie as the ugliest ntan. & ,. CUTTER, X. M. O Cutter. X. M.. April 9.T. Grogan was called to Gra. Okla., on receipt of a telegram announcing the serious illness of his father. John Latham and family are in from the Need More mines for a couple of weeks' visit Mrs. ChasI Graham is visiting friends at Palomas Hot Springs and also ak inc the hot baths for her rheuroatL'ui- XI i- James Rnra has been very ill. Miss Catherine Shults. accompanied J .... kAM ...... ,..- 'U.lj.wul on.f Alms) 1 visited the Parker ranch. Lee Reniek has returned to Detroit. N. . after a shoi t visit here with nife faiily i n. .ill. Oorc is isiting his sister at l.iu 1' W. j i s yjmmLj?' J mb&a&r0mmmj raES, s luunuw ir American s t a s e o whether It fmenV gance of her raiment, "r SS?3Sat Is h tne 4ha aiimtt nrlde. iliamonci ring Which is the gift of Duke Boris, of Russia, or the string of diamonds that en emies the left Suratt ankle, or the bewilder ing Suratt hats that magnetize the eye. the beauty of her face and form will be the most lingering of all your im pressions. Miss Suratt is Known today as the greatest exponent of the art of self-made beauty. No one rivals her; no one equals her. The experience and success of Miss Suratt glorious as it is. dem onstrates conclusively what most women have never before realized, that contour, complex ion and texture of the skin may be so treated as to become incompar ably beautiful in rpite of the lre- vious lack of beautiful lines. nat ural grace and charm. The hag gard, worn look, dull f looking eyes, the f faulty poise of the facial muscles, the spotty com plexion, the lack of form I oust. eck and s h o ulders may give way to a radiant fullness, and to the Charm of skin texture that people call v?y5 nful. Every worn- '" an. putting Miss Sutls simple methods into practice tan a-hiee what she has believed - - eauYytTlks0 wm be truly Valesklan. toid only as Valeska herself can tell tbem. She has graciously agreed " to retain nothing but to tell f - h r,,. .,! every Wednesday will be revealed her magic an oi Deauij-maRing. a. By Valesa Suratt . T a sisters, mv first WL . y ... . 1 wJ things " chat will not be about things that you would not do anyhow. It will b about things that are " simple; f ' J!f., ,,,. ,.-. ,hot things you cant forget, things that will require but a few moments of your time and which are merely in line tnH-r wSich vou with our ordinary toilet wuicn you engage in every day in the year. t .m.tinu wnnder whether or not I am really the one who has found the real source of beauty-making It has all come so easily, so quickly., so promptly, almost as at the touch of a fairy wana. All that I had tried and used before inobfthlftR And make-Deiieves. I knew it because when I would arise in the morning with hair disheveled, with drowsy eyes, and the ruby on. my cheek had gome and the pallor of h tiuirnlnff hskd COlllfi. all the WOrK. of the previous day had vanishedand another day of struggling for twene J BXGLB, X. M. .$x00 0 o ! Engle. X. M.. April 9. Clay Davidson, of this city, and Miss Jessie Hopkins were married in El Paso. The bride is from Hayden. Ariz., and has been here visiting her aunt Mrs. Alice Hop kins, for the past three months. Watson L. Ritch. of the Hitch Cat tle company, who was taken ill with pneumonia at the lwa Seco ranch, 60 miles from here, was brought in for medical treatment Dr. Hackney, of San Marcial, Is. M.. who had charge of the case, considered him in a critical condition and took him to Hotel Dleu in El Paso. Mr. Ritch was accompa nied by Dr. Hackney and Mrs. Ritch and little daughter, Olive Marion. J. L. Hurt of the Hurt & Linger Cattle comma nv, was here on business. Mrs. A. B. HIckok has returned from Las Cruces. X. M. Mrs. Bullen has moved from the ar ren hotel to the Hurt &. Linger build ing. Mrs. Dave McAulcy and lira James Ross were up from Cutter. Mr. and Mrs. Lee McLendon were up from Cutter visiting friends. L. A. Bird and wife have gone to Bl Paso, where he has a position. Fritz Long, boss of tne Diamond Aye outfit was in town loading up his chuck wagon, preparatory to starting the spring roundup. Ed Henderson has returned to the lwa Seco ranch. COROXA, X 31. - &. Corona, X. M.. April 9. SIlss Dulcle Brooke and Miss Winnie Purde, who have been visiting relatives here, have returned to their home irf Hope X. M. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson and Miss Wilma Graham have been the guests of Mrs. MCamant. Melven Franks has gone to Carrisoao to attend a meeting of the county commissioners. Park Davidson, who has been visit ing J. T. Davidson, has returned home. Thos A. McMurray. his mother and sitter, have returned from Roswell. The little children of Mrs. E. L. Moulton hae whooping cough. Clay Davidson, a nephew of J. T. Davidson and who lived here for some time was married in El Paso to Miss Jessie Hopkins. Mrs. Jim Brown. Mrs. A. M. Brown and Miss Anna Bell were guests of Mrs. Clements this week. Miss Edith Tickner has closed her school in the New Hope dlstrlct and gone to Carrizozo where she will finish out an unexpired term. Lon Atkinson is out at the Lovelace ranch this week. Frank Sultermeier is in from his ranch. Mr. Lusk and George Spence came into Corona to meet a lambing crew here from Old Mexico. F1RK IS IJISCOVKRKD IX DAI.IIART SCHOOL RUILDIXG Dalhart. Texas. April 9. About six xlotk in the afternoon fire broke out in the public s nod l.uilding and but for tne tun. 1 wotk of the fire depart-'n.-n. tin building would doubtless be in nuns Th. fir-' ip said to have origin al a in r .iljout the trash room. '- LTifl !-a jhmilSI the American Stage, the World's Greatest Exponent before me. Now the mornings have no terrors for me. The beauty work no terday last Week ,a9t month, last year, still remains for to- day. tomorrow and the future. I live in uJ i.l. with Ki hV eace .u uK. ; nu "vw.t- with open arms, and I lore them. with open arms. Today I have picked ont several of the most important of my beauty secrets, and I am sure if you will do exactly as I instruct you to do. you will in the next few weeks, say with me.' Eureka! Then your heart will palpitate with. mine, and you will know. . Most important to the average wom man is how to get rid of those tell tale signs of age. Father Time's register, wrinkles! I have used the following treatment for several years, after I gave up the old. thread-bare advice that seemed to take an age to produce any result at all. I made up the treat ment myself and had several of my deserving friends use . Make up the treatment yourself as follows, obey instructions implicitly, and you will not be disappointed: In a large bowl pour one-half pint of very hot water, not boiling. Place this bowl in a pan of .water on a slow fire. In a few minutes add two ounces of eptol anfl continue stirring until all is dissolved. At first it will look like jelly, then it will start to cream. When it does this, remove it from the fire and stir constantly un til cold. Add slowly "tv.o tablespoon fuls of glycerine. Then keep it in an air-tight jar. You should be able to get eptole at any goo drugstore ana t chnnM not oost vou more than liny cents. This will last quite a while. -o thing I essential you nrait use my formula! liberally. If you try to be xparc In applying them yon rob yourself of the,r wonderful rcnnUt Apply this cream e er morning with the tips of the ten fingers, after you have washed your face thoroughly with warm water and soap. Plaster your face very liberally all over with d tne on tne forenead, it arouna me eyra, on wc iwicuc.-, WILLCOX, ARIZ. Willc.nx. Ariz April 9. Miss Maude Allen, who has spent several weeks as thu guest of her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs A. Redus. has returned to her home in Lordsburg, N. M. J. C. Page has returned from Ben son, where he was elected president of the Cochise County Stock Growers' association. Word has been received of the mar riage of Miss Joyce Johnson and George Morgan at Los Angeles. It came as a surprise to their friends. Miss Johnson is the daughter of H. L. Jchnson, one of the most prominent cattlemen in this section, and the groom is the son of H. A. Morgan of the Norton-Morgan Co.. of this place. They will make their home here. R. D. Haslewood, who has been ill for some time has been taken to the hospital at Tucson, for treatment He was accompanied by . his brother, Charles Hazlewood. Mr. and Mra W. A. Fiege and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Richardson came down from Dragoon to attend a meeting of the Eastern Star. Mrs. E. A. Barber is confined to her home on account of sickness. "Wiley Morgan came in from Klon dyke In his new machine. 3IORKXCI, ARIZ. 4 Morenci, Ariz.. April 9.-r-County audi tor Harlow E. Brubaker and wife are spending a few da s in camp. Mrs. F. W. McLean entertained at csrds in honor of Mrs. Eugene Hopper, who is making a short visit here. Mr. and Mra Jim Puckett. of New York city, are spending a few days in camp. "Jim" is an old timer here, hav ing oeen transferred eight years ago to the clerical department of Phelps, Dodge & Co.. New York city. Mountain Grove lodge No. IS, Wood men Circle, entertained the members of Morenci camp No. 20, Woodmen of the World, progressive pedro being played. S. V. Fraser and family have left for Los Angeles, where they will reside in the future. Morenci camp No. 20. W. O. W has purchased the Red Men's enter est in the Fraternal cemetery. The local or der of Red Men disbanded two years ago. Mra J. G. Cash is seriously ill at the A. C. company hospital. Superintendent E. W. Honeman. of the Detroit Copper company reduction works, passed around cigars on ac count of the trrival of a baby girl at his home. 0. -O KKNT. TKX. - O-0"- " -$" Kent Tex.. April 7. The Sewing club met at the home of Mrs. Boyd. A de lightful evening was spent, the mem bers reading and ewnis by the accom paniment "f miii V silj.l course was ser. d Mi-- Mn ti i- 1. fi f"i I' o- klfli ' t "1ce rt4i -4k wrinkles. :uf S -JjZ xWf vantoh fmSSBSBt9PmSXtSklUKBkMt&L, L S& DfjBnwnHRB& ., -Jr I'JPW aag . Tstf i IIPVN 1 rlfaC' 14-fcSl on either si.i. "i the mouth. r -where. Aft. ? i have apuli. .1 don't mer. 1 tin your face ill -as thouKli ' 'i were handling t baby's kin, nut dig right in Tak. up the fle-.h n your finct rs ar .1 pinch it squeer. it roll it Do this for a few min utes, until the cream disappears Then apply vour complexion po -der. Do the s. me at night This cream will not grow hair. I. am agoing to give you next m5 special secret for bust development. I can positively assure any wom an, young or mid dle aged, that the bust can be de veloped luxuri antly in a com paratively short time. If th s simple formula is faithfully fol- lowed, success, sure and surpris ing is bound to result Electric ity, vacuum in struments, tc . are of no value whatever. I tried them out sew - .1 years ago rr. elf. and know. In a half - pint of cold water, dis solve a half cup of sugar and two u rices o t h a t is called rue- tone. Mix well ether. Then pour intoabot- Of this take & mr..:3 two teaspoonfuls usuall cost you one dollar. But th -three or four times a iOTmuU makes one full pint of the best day in a half glass of hair-grower and it costs you much less water alter meais. rne ruetone you can get at the drug store for one dollar. This iormuia is safe or I would not give 11 to you, 01 course. It gives very remarkable re- suits in a few weeks' time. Falling hair undoubtedly can be stopped at once by the following mix- kk- Established 1847. MAST! p25e Worli External i Coughs, Colds, Weak Lungs AllcocKS FlasUrsaKX as a prevent!? as well aa a curative. Prevent colds becoming deep-seated. Allcoclfs is the original and genuine porous plaster. It is a standard remedy, sold by druggists in every part of the civilized world. Apply wherever there is Pain. AllCC li Lotion Afrfsntue. Something new and good. For rubbing where it is inconvenient to put a plaster. Wonderful in cases of croup, whooping cough and all local pains. Guaranteed to be an A-l Liniment Price 50c a bottle. Send 5 two cent stamps for sample bottle. ALLCOCK MANUFACTURING CO. 374 Canal Street.NewTcrk. When you neecj a take a BrandretKs Fill (Est i?) For CONSTIPATION, BILIOUSNESS, HEADACHE, DIZZINESS, iNBlutsiiun, xc. Purely where she will spend several months visiting Mrs. Somes. Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. Leatherman were down from the Nine K ranch. Mr. Leatherman while here purchased a model 1913 Buick. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Reynolds, f Fort Worth, are spending a few days at the X ranch. F. G Alexander and wife have re turned to Haskell. Tex, after visiting the family of F. G. Irby. Mrs. Joe Irby and children, of Van Horn, have returned to Van Horn, after visiting their brother, l1. C. Irby. Head Government Hill adv., en pagr " Want S25? - . (.. 7 &&3X ture and the hair be made to grow most luxuriantly. With a half-pint of water mix half a pint of alcohol- To this add one ounce of beta-quinol. Shake thorough- ly, and it win then be readj for us. If you prefer, you can use imported hay rum instead of the water and al cohol. Tn hfta-auinol voil can get at al- rr.r. am .imsr-store for not more than fS(- cent The ordinary prepared hair tonics which you buy in the stores than a dollar. This formula should be applied very freely after brushing the scalp gener- ouslv for a few minutes an over. Rub the tonic thoroujrhlj into the scalp with the finger tips. Next Wednesday I will give you sev- era! more of my beauty secrets. Adv. 5 Greatest Rexes?, Rheumatism in Shoulder JHanevedby using AUcocXs Hosiers Athletes we them for I Stiffness or Soreness of muscles. PHI Vegetable. SHOOTING AfTHVY OCCIRS 0 Rfil XE.VK HEREFORD Bisbee. Aria.. April 9. Michael M.. ran was brougnt to the city froi.i a ranch 'near Herelord wnh hi back lit erally riddled wnh bullets p ma shut gun. John Clark, an old ti i. r of in h section, was also hr..u-V . charged with shooting Morn hi tii 8 vnth i. Shotgun. Both were leti.eni aa to th CMUse of the iruul.!. 1 i i" v as tak. to the c:unt hopitl at l'..u is t'lai nas charged ii'h i-i.i t . murd. r and was. placed under 3IWi bond which he rat-. .T A .t.'i n m.iii. ii. no na t through all tue trouble in Xaco hiV" i' iied h - niotii; tlu-N, t,, " - M -, I- ii til. jlr. H 1 1. 1. ji 3ii...i'ii j;m U. VI t-lUiubilL Wwf Valeska Suratt in One of Her V? Magnificient Stage Costumes .