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Fri'lay, May 2, 1913
13 tit SvJV, -. EL PASO HERALD '-'?& ;. II Have You Dr Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery Elizabeth S23- "I am troubred with a constant ht aUactie which also affects m eyes. Mi lireath is awful, as I have a severe case of catarrh of the head and thrbat' Answer: I receive daily hundreds of letters from people who have suffered as you do. and who have been cured with the following prescription: Maka a wash by mixing one-ball teaspoonfui of Vilane powder, which you can pur- . hase from an) druggist in t os. pick- ges, and add to this one pint or warm tiater, use this in the nostrils daily to thoroughly cleanse them. A catarrh balm should be used with this. This is made by mixing one teaspoonfui of Vi lane powder with one ounce of lard or taseline and apply well up into the nostrils twice a day. If this is used daily your catarrh will soon vanish. It should, however, be used occasionally to prevent a return of the disease. "C. G" writes "If you know of any thing that will cure dandruff, itching scalp and premature baldness, please let me know what it is." Answer: For several years I have prescribed plain yellow minyol as su perior to anything known for the treatment of diseased scalp Get It in four ounce Jars with full directions. It quickly overcomes all diseases of hair and scalD and elves new vigor and i intense natural color to the hair. Try . 1 ..- ..- , it fairly and you will advocate its use for your friends. "Mildred" writes. "I am constantly embarrassed because of the fact of my extreme thinness. I have absolutely no i and lifeless most of the time. Please adlse me what to do." Answer. If you are so thin and pale and your lips and Cheeks colorless it is because your blood Is deficient in ret corpuscles. This can be easily over come by the use of three-grain hypo nuclane tablets, which can be had from any druggist in saaled cartons with full directions for taking. When the blood is enriched by the use of these tablets your weight will increase, the color will come back into your face and lips, and it will improve your gen eral system so that yon will become strong and healthy. "Edna" writes- "I suffer with rheu matism all the time and I shall be very glad if you can tell me something to relieve me " Answer. I can give you a prescrip tion which will not only relieve, but wilt cure your rheumatism. This is ray favorite remedy and from the number of letters received from people who have used it proves its value In curing rheumatism. The following is made- by mixing well, taking a teaspoonfui at meal times and again before retiring: Comp. essence cardiol, 1 os.; comp. fluid balmwort, 1 ox.; syrup sarsapa- GUNTER HOTEL! SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. Absolutely Fireproof, Modern, 'European. SATES $1.50 TO $4.00 A HOTEL BUILT FOR THE CLIMATE PERCY TYRRELL, MGR. DAY AS wxrttMmmmEsrtfnrmm Mil HjHPH1" l Mi V i use tnr -AJietoptouc DJt Vt CIIOVS EI SIESS C OLI EGE R. I. Davis, V-annser. Phone IIS4, a Disordered Stomach and Liver? Do' you start the day feeling that the whole world is against you? You cannot hope to "make good" under these cir cumstances. Nobody can. You must have a clear brain and every organ in perfect trim to do justice to yourself. Will Bring Quick Relief Dr. R. V. Pierce found years ago that a glyceric extract of Golden Seal and 'Oregon grape roots, queen's root and bloodroot with black cherry bark, would aid in the assimilation of the 'food in the stomach, correct liver ills and in nature's own way enrich the blood, tone the entire system and con sequently help in the restoration of perfect health. Many who have used Dr. Pierce's -Golden Medical Discovery tes tify that they have been restored to health when suffering from stomach and liver ills. Let this famous old medicine start today to lead you to health and strength. New- if you prefer you can obtain Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription tablets of your druggist at $1 per box, also in 50c size or send 50 one-cent etempe to R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, for a trial box. Toa can learn all about hygiene, anatomy, medicine, etc., from the People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, by Dr. R. V. Pierce, a newly revised, up-to-date edition of -which is now offered, in cloth" covers, post-paid, for 31 cents in one-cent stamps, to cover cost of -wrapping and mailing only. Address, Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. Don't be poisoned by slHggish bowels. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regslate and invigorate stomach, liver asd bowels. Ssgar coated, tiny granules. (he UOCTQR JJdvice grZr. lems afor The. questions answered below are general in character; the symptoms or diseases are given and the answers will apply to any case of similar nature. Those wishing farther advice free, may address Dr. Lewis Baker. College Bldg.. College- Kl wood Sts., Dayton. 0 enclosing self-addressed stamped envelope for reply. Full name and ad dress most be given, but only initials answers. The prescriptions can be filled at any well-stocked drug store Any druggist can order of wholesaler. rilla comp. 5 oss.: Iodide of potasshrn, 2 drams, wine of eolchicum. one-half ounce; sodium salicylate. 4 draaas. "Morris" asks- "I have suffered -with a chronic cougto for almost a year, and catch a fresh cold every few weeks. Nothing the doctor gives me helps, so I write to you." Answer: Tou need a thorough lax.i- j tive coueh svrUD. one that not only re lieves but surely drives it from the system. The following regularly need will cure any curable cough or cold promptly, uotain a jw os. Doiue oi j essence ukuihv-waciic. mw ,, .,-u home-made sugar syrup or honey ai per directions on bottle. a a . .J T 9 tl.. T ! Sao Mt. i,i,,Bfcf: ZVT-nJi (rfth ,sa Sfn. y5Ab?l" ,ti,r.t.!nedaff. dlcitia but would never consent to an operation. Indigestion, constipation and sedentary habits cause me much suffering. Kindly prescribe for dyspep sia, something which you think will cure me and prevent appendicitis." Answer. The most .scientific and sat isfying treatment for your trouble is I tablets trtopepune; pacaea pmit, wane and blue in sealed cartons with fml directions. All stomach disorders can be conquered by regular treatment. "Nervous M. writes: "Loss of sleep j nervousness, loss of appetite and over- -work has made almost a complete wreck of me. I have to work, but can scarcely drag one foot after the othar. Please advise." a -., rph. AAauUviAn tbh n - rl tie Is prevalent especlally with brain wnrlr.tr- oa TnA -T.aian w ,n,E .., . m.n r hcnnnhciiuihltM S ox.: J" - -""V -"" VTL' !-. tincture caoomene, i. ot an, mane well and take a teaspoonfui before meals. J Parmer's Wife asks: "Will you please tell me how to overcome obesity?" Answer: Obesity is burdensome. Ex cessive fat on the human body is un natural and frequently results serious ly. The best and safest method to re duce le to take regularly 5 -grain arbo lene tablets. Thev are nut uo In sealed tubes with directions for home use, and any well-stocked druggist can supply ! them. I "Sara C." writes: "I am constipated and have .a greasy skin. Suffer from headache, indigestion and some kidney trouble. I wish you to recommend a remedy." Answer: The best remedy to relieve and cure chronic constipation is called three-grain sulpherb tablets made from sulphur, cream of tartar and hero medicines. Taken regularly the blood Is purified, the bowels and liver stimu lated into healthy action and a cure es tablished. They are packed In. sealed tubes with full directions. These tab lets are splendid for children as they do not gripe or sicken. "Mamma" "I know of nothing bet ter for bed-wetting than: 1 dram of tincture cubebs, S drams af tincture rhus aromatic and 1 oL,'comp. fluid balmwort. Mix. The dose Is 10 to 15 drops in water one hour before meals. Advertisement. FOUNTAIN DAUlx- LUNCH Under American Trust & Savings Bank, cor San Antonio & Oregon Sts AMERICAN DAIRY LUNCH Cor. Texas & Stanton Sts.. Ground Floor American Nj. 1 consolidated vrltb above two. The Best Physicians Gave Him Up "I was attacked with a severs nervous disease, which was caused by a disordered stomach and ov er." writes Ma. Jab. D. LTrzur, of Washburn. Term- Boots 2. Box SS. "All bit friends thoticht I would die and the best pbTstctans cava me up. I was advised to try Or Ptoce's Golden Medical Discov ery, and derived much benefit from same. Mr case had run so lonff, ft had become so chronic. that nothlDir would effect a per manent cure, but Dr. Pierce's medicine has done much for me. and I highly recommend K. I heartily advise Its use as a sprinc tonic and farther advise alone people to take Br. Pierce's medi cines before their diseases have run so lone that there is no chance to be cvrt-i." DEVELOPMENT MIAMI BUILDING CONTINUES ACTIVE Miami, Ariz., May 2 Geo. S. Antonich is having plans drawn for a two-story concrete building to be erected on his lots, on Sullivan street, in. the Davis addition. The buildintr will he 50 by 6 ttv -Rrftfc store rooms on the -ground floor and rooms on the- second floor, i Every modern convenience win m in stalled. XV. C. McKensle will erect a txro story concrete rooming house on his lot on Chisholm avenue. The building will be 30 by TO feet and will have every modern improvement. H. M. Brown is having a new roof ; not on his real estate office building. on Sullivan street, near Keystone, and a !.rch erected In front John H Pnvis is planning to erect a summer camp "ear me liooseven dam and to put his two automobiles on the lbs between RooseelW JUaw f M A. Graham is having the interior nt the Home building redecorated and I new fixtures installed !EL PASOAN GETS SAFFOED CONTSACT, Safford. ArlL, -:ay -. N. K. Carter, ' of El Paso, was the successful bidder for congtrueting sidewalks In Safford and has been awarded the contract by the town council The Alisons. Kastern is putting in a new sidetrack next to the main line, on the south side of Twelfth street. A work train and about 1 men have been kept busy for the past two weeks bringing in dirt, as a fill of several feet in height and a half mile long had to be made. MASFA IS HAVING tfUUM IN rtUIlrUUNLri .. . - v t Marfa, Tex . May 2. Building im- j provements have increased so that three new carpenters bad to be bought into town during the past week, j WamI Vlnfrel fa nrenartnfir to erect a residence on his ranch. I J. C. Bean has the contract to build a four -room addition to the Home or Mrs. N. F. Wilkins. Dean street has been graded and rolled so that now it is in gcod con tion. SI.,RIPI, nKr Ts 11K1.NG atllr AT XYVDl'S Myndus. N. M., May J. The S. 1. Hallway company is putting up a freight depot at Myndus, much to tbe Joy of everybody at this point. ANOTHER GOOD RAIN FALLS AROUND PECOS Fraser-Cargill Breach of Promise Hear- ing Is Postponed; Revival WeH Attended. Pecos, Tex., May. 2. Aaotber good shower has fallen here, accompanied by a brilliant electrical storm. For the past three or four days summer weather has been the rule o'f the forenoon. With the heavy rains that have fallen during the last few months backed up bv these later precipitations the outlook becomes brighter for both farmer and stockman. Cool nights, however, have hindered the exnected growth of the cantaloupe crop, and tbe plants are somewhat backward. Alfalfa is behind the season beeauee or the cool nights. Owing to the jnexpected sickness of Mrs. W. C. Cargill, in Tulsa. Okla., ne cessitating the attendance at her bedside of her husband, the somewhat celebrated Fraser-Cargill breach of promise suit was postponed until Thursday morning. This made Tuesday a "whole holidajr for the court, and judge Isaacks, with deputy sheriff Doty, Ossie Thomas and M. L. Roddy, went fishing. The party brought homo two large strings number- i in? considerably ever 104). and none i measuring less than 10 inches in length, smaller fish having been thrown back, if caught. Rev. L. E. Finney, who has been hold ing evangelistic services at the Baptist church here, has been preaching to good crowds. There have been a number of conversions. The Pecos Baptist church closed its collection for missions Sunday, the amount totaling more than $800. BENSON WORKING FOU STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Benson. Arlc, May Z A movement has been started in Benson to have a State normal school established here, using the buildings formerly occupied by the industrial school Those arguing for the establishment of the new school here bring out the point that it is ionenient fu a. Itii' number of children who are compelled to pass through Benson at the presi nt time enroute to the nearest school cf its kind, which is at Tempe. Cooking As A Fine Art Woman la Fat Demanding Modern Tool With "Which to Work, Just oh Man Han Done. Br Dorothy Dli AMONG the many things that Kan sas does well is to teach aspir ing girls how to become blue ribbon cooks. Recently a Kansas woman engaged one of the graduates of the domestic science course to do culinary stunts in her kitchen, and thereby congratulated herself too soon. For said the new cook: "I can't make pastry without a marble slab. "I must have -a spatula. "Also an oven thermometer, some good scales, a bread mixer, rotary cream whip, a glass rolling pin and an egr separator." i The graduate is now looking for an other situation. But why? Where does the Joke come inT Why Is it to laugh? The expert cook was simply de manding the tools of her trade, the tools she must have If she did good work. Nobody would see anything amusing in a carpenter demanding a hammer and a saw, and a plane and rule if he were starting to build a house. Nobody would laugh if a plumber asked for a soldering iron, and a wrench whence went to fix a pipe Nobody smiles If a painter calls for various sizes and kinds of brushes when ha fares forth, to paint a barn. Cooking Is n Fine Art. Why then Is It so ridiculous for a cook to demand the proper instruments with which to execute her art? Cer tainly no one will deny that cooking "is a fine art, and an exact science, to boot, and the reason we have so much bad cooking is because the average cook is forced to work without the prober tools. The cooking school graduates' de mands seem laughably absurd to the average reader, yet a dispassionate consideration of them will show the are absolute necessities to turning out good work. lnat We snouiu una anyuung w laugh about In the cook wanting her proper tools merely shows, that we are Ignorant, blundering fools, still sunk fathoms deep In the slough of ancient superstitions that make us think thit anything is good enough for a woman to work with, and that it doesn't make any difference about saving time or labor. The man has the latest model "f self binders and reapers and plows on his place If he's a farmer; or If he is a banker he has patent adding ma chines; or if he is a merchant he has Installed the swiftest and most per fect automatic bundle carriers on the market or if he is a manufacturer he I has the finest high geared machlnerv rtnat money will buy. He doesn't let his employes bungle along witn out - date tools. If Men Had to Do Cooking. ' The criticism Is frequently made that women show their lack of intelligence and executive ability by the fact that there has been less improvement in the domestic art than any other, and that while men hare progressed from plowing with a crooned suck oi wood to the automobile plow, women are practically keeping "house Just lkle grandmothers did a century ago. It is true that the woman"' ( kitchen hasn't kept pace with the man s facterv. and that women still use arc-iic nv-tnrwjs ana toois in their work but it Is to be rememberti thnt it Is man who carries the pnr and thrn vh"n .-nv labor saviner dt -Mce was to be bought he bought ' fo- himself and not for his wife. The advent, of the roHsge bred rt with hsr,iftmaad for. the proper tool" of Mr trJ:raB,WfVlnnins '" OI housework oat of the despised cits of menial labor and makes of it i fine art and It shbwj how pitiful h" been the waste of woman's to through all the yenr because she lack -d the conveniences that would have lightened her labor. The Omniscience of Love Tfce Tins Comes Wben All Men Are Sntlttrn by the Little God, Cupid; Then the Awakening. Uy Beatrice Falrfnxv ' A BUSINESS man with both young men and young women In his office recently had this experience- "What," he called to a young man, "is the address of the firm to which . iou mane tnai consiKKiiwm ima tro-ilng The young man looked up absently from hi wcrK and sain oreanuu "Madeline. Madeline Gray." To a girl stenographer later, tlH tmplover put this question- "Have vou finished the first bunch of let ters'" She looked a little startled as she replied- "I didn't know you wanted to know him. His nam Is Paul, and he is a civil engineer." It Is the omniscience of love. It Is a sweet insanity that calls for re newed vigilance from those who ar sane to keep the prosaic affairs of the world moving in their right grooves. ... . . , This employer grumbled, but he also laughed, and a grumble with a laugh underneath indicates a sym pathy that is but poorly eoncealsd. He knew what It was from expert' e7,The girl in the kitchen fills the sugar bowl with salt: the girl on the car going to work rides ten blocks bevond her destination and is late: the alrl witn no greater uuues nw.i presiding at pink tea tables sees only with the outer eyes the guests she is addressing From the humblest walK to the highest everything Is awry, misplaced, lost or forgotten, because those who love see the object of .their love all around them A young girl writes to ask If she Is to be blsmed because she, thinks o much of her" lover she can't keep her mind on her work B'-ss her no! The blame Is not hers Tt goes away bark to th one wh invented loving On the shoulders of that great hu lmuiltarian there rest the blame or nil the weet follv that begins with the day when a man and woman dis cover thev are in love, and ends when their dream host bumps hard on the shore of that barren looking Island called Matrimony. . The bumn will come soon enough. It will also be hard enough. It will . . me soon enough and hard enough tn wit the most unsympathetic and "SKfl av to this little girl: Q.o on dreaming that you see your lover in all aroHna you. xt. liege and your right. is your prlv- Quick, Easy and Positive Cure for All Foot Torture The following is said to be the surest and quickest cure known to science for all foot aliments: "Dissolve two tablespoonfuls of Calocide compound In a basin of warm water. Soak the feet in this for fully fifteen minutes, gently rubbing the sore parts." The effect Is really wonderful. All sore ness goes instantly; the feet feel delightful. Corns and callouses can be peeled right off. It gives imme diate relief for sore bun Ions, sweat, smell v and aching feet. A twenty five cent box of Calocide is said to be sufficient to cure the worst feet. It w"rks through the pores and removes the cause of the trouble Don't waste tme on uncertain remedies, n druggi' has Calocide compound in stock or he an get it in a fw 1 ours from his wholesale house Aiiv. B aflLTOL$9nXnB9iflKt wr 9 Hi HHHSH99rflBMfijHHHBHHRC "r& H Hi HHHHSSSHrwBHHHHBB kbHi Hi HJ HHJpHSsiiSKHisSlsHH 3jggjH. jHJ U ' " -hkhIhbb SB 9 H HHHHjWSe ' s$ Hi I That's pr it 1m m o, f " m fe. AW jMxmatA, &&?'' ' It 9 9 a. I M ' 8 9 y" '"&$&' ' g Ufaflfr pHEWO M iWfe&t" 9 9, toJf t&$BEm&& mCT MSI I- -" w MWk ' j 'mEtm -9 hbhhf "- m B ' l9 9 MmmSSB ..?:;-- SL nHi"Kl'" ' ;' :4mi91 HI WmsS&mmKr '- ;; WHHkk. HMBMmiMii'rifry,- v ,,.? m&gm. HH HI A MHHb , rifriiiiWiiiii ii aBHaaHHK- HHHBhdf' & 2asJ. 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When the wrongs of this miserable old world are finally righted, and the slaves. who now ride around m automobile ficm pink teas to matinees, emerge fiim .nglorlous serfdom to exercise tfc sacred and inalienable right oi casting a vote for dog catcher and ccroner. when, in brief, woman is emancipated. I hope to have the priv ilege of making one little- suggestion. It Is the hope that when the women taku charge t.f the government pie counter. the hand out the ambassa dorship pie to such clever representa t.es of their sex as Mrs. Jack Spencer and the idow Such tact such grace, such diplomacy, sjach oil! what a pity it was deoted to such a trlf-1-r.g object as one mere man! When they faced each other that &ight in the station each carried a dagger hi the hand she extended so cor&ially to the other. ' uach tooK silent measure of the other's wit and beauty and skui witn eye that ex- nressed nothing but innocent pleas- ate. "I am so pleased to meet you. ' said The Widow, "l nave n nhnut VOU." so mucn Rucr Dries. "And I about you," returned Mrs. Scener. "Well, you may guess how ..riAi., T ira tr know you when 1 1 t-l! iou that Jack and I were return- l -. . linnor nirtT COOTOteteU tired out when we met 3ax. and he Insisted tht we turjr right back. I I; had been for an other purpose i. stould have refused him." Shot number one' I hadn t asKea her to come; she had guessed where I was going and insisted upon com- BThe Widow's eyes never changed. "Yes," she said. "1 told the Dearest uM im ,, wnrid over the telephone that he must bring you to the station with him: I did so want to .u ,9Shot number two! She had told mc nothing of the kind. I 'dn'tDT1me her for shooting right back, but I did think her description oi me w waste of powder. Tney grew more -liplomatlc ana more polite, each taking a shot In Urn with such rapidly growing cor dtallty that neither Jack nor I was surprised when they wanted off with their arms linked, leaving us to fol- IVhsn we reached a coxy little pri vate dining room of a nearby hotel, the widow ignored my existence t But sne aiant e.rr.1 : J-i !& 'jpsss? SE :5S WBD 9CttlCU c.va . TV 1 she evotedDallKheoraention to him Everythlng that enters the brain oi a widow Becomes biuuihn, -these who give her this ammunition do 1- unconsciously. Little anecdotes oi the ambitions, hobbies and peculiari tes of friends, and all their pet prides and prejudices, when told to a spin serve only for the purpose of enter tainment. tmTehr!nnu?tches aand powderfd-he stores them carefully to use when th se-mehavme8bernthi? inu'rested." -h." lp,eUu,rn,n-fnheryo- rfrL'torV scimitars and the wonderful history D!ecamneste,d0 ineUanTteh.nr." wU wS'a haWn e'uai terest had his noDDJ iecn anpvica. We w.re at the taole two 'lours, and within that time I din not get five "word in the talk, and Mrs Spencer did little better I will confess Diar that I took a sneaklnsr jov in the re- lli t n that it sr.d her rleht Airs, irown hud luard me ..i-uil'rj remark that scimitars were Jack Fpencers fad I didn't know I was ! giing h r ammunition. Bat. then, I confess it. I ntier Knew auyuiiujs when I was with The Widow. He Gets It.' I felt tHat I had to get hold oi her hand or die I watched my chanee. end when ne rested it on her lap, with her face turned toward Jaak, I reached my hand over and caught hers ,. Did she repulse me? Not for a mo ment' She looked at Jack with a par ticulars sect expression, telling him a lot aoui scimitars which be never knew (I imagine she bad read up on tron for just such an occasion), and Eiing m hand the affectionate squeeze all the while. "My wife." I heard Jack say, rather reproachfully, looking across the table a her. "has never been Interested in scimitars. She thinks I am foolish about them." ... The Widow gave him such a pitying look. "Poor fellow," . it said, "to be tied down all these years to aa unap preoiative person like that!" Oh. Dairy, the mischief a woman can do by sympathising with a man .Ka ta MBrriA' hn Is marriad T hone the time "will SOOH -when women are made diplomats. I want the Widow sent to one corner of the globe, and Mra Jack, with her husband fastened under her thumb by special legislation, sent to the corner that is most remote. Wasb your GOLD Good soap washes clothes well if you use enough elbow grease, .but Gofcl Dust washes them more thoroughly and with little or no rubbing. Gold Dust saves half your time, and spares your poor back. Another great advantage of Gold Dust use any kind of water you like. Gold Dust softens the i -i i J hardest water and makes Jf. ft &S j. water. Gold Dust is just a veg etable-oil soap in pow- dered f orm, with other cleansing ingredients added to make it work more thoroughly and qcMy than soap ever can. THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago INTERNATIONAL Gives tow Boy s eart. Pkcae 1147, J. P. Trolley -Wire Break. Tharsday afternoon at 4 oclock & trolley wire of the street car company fell near the corner of Oregon street on San Antonio street. Felix Martlnea was Just approaching in his aatomnblle but the wire did not strike the ma chine. Policeman A. A. Panic pushed the wire aside with his dub and the railway company had it reetrung. Tbo current was not broken, by the break la the wire. Frederic J. HasKlB OTBtlt" As long as they last, copies of 3"red eric J. Haskta's great book. "The Amer ican Government," may be had at The Herald office. Present clipping of this paragraph and 66 cents. Br mail. IS cents additional. lothes with DUST is'Busy faS Lllie "Lac Me GOLD DUST TTWrvS do yomr mtork'