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Friday, October 10, 1913 JtL If you have catarrh and are neglecting it you are doing a great wrong to yourself. In time it will undermine your whole constitution. You cannot begin too soon the work of shaking it off. Doesn' t require any great effort. Begin today. S Feel ZOts a STew Wosn" Hes. Behj. Blaee. of Port Dover, Oat. Box 86. -writes: 1 havo been a ereas ftuffmer for jraas from tfircittrochle, catarrh, iB&gembca, feaale troabks, Uoatmg, constipation end atsryimiie68 at tBncs I vroold be In bad, then able to beiipagsuv. Vraannfercssy diiTersst doctors' care, sad vroold Bet better for a little vhde, then I wtrold no down mth rhronic infixznmatxm all tarosgh me. For nineteen Tears I had this poison in my blood. After trying nearly ererthig I trot worse. IreaJ in Toe People's Common Sensa Medical Adviser of Dr. Pierce's Golden LZedica Discovery and Dr. Sase'a Catarrh Beniedy. I hare taken the Golden Medi cal Discovery' end 'Pleasant Pellets,' and have rued fire bottles of Or. Sage's Catarrh Kenedy. I am now able to da ray work and iraSc with pleaa cre. I feel Eke a new woman. I enjoy everythics arwrndmo and ThurY God f cr letting me lire Ion? enough to find some- ft..ngth.-:ttTiiuteTnpiCfllcm Income Tax Has No Rich Favorites If You Are Single and Have More Than $3000 a Year, or if You Are Married and Have $4000, You Must Pay. NEARLY 500,000 people in the United States -will be affected by the lBeome tax. Returns must be made before March 1 each year, and payments before June 30. For this vear the tax will be collected on incomes accruing between March 1 and Decem ber 31. The incomes covered are: Those of all citizens of the United States residinc at home or abroad. Those of all persons residing in the United States, although not citizens. All net incomes from properties and from every other businesstrade or pro fession carried oh in the "United States bv persons, aliens or citizens residing elsewhere. The tax to be paid is: Normal tax-One percent per annum upon the amount of net income exceed ing $3000 for individuals- and abovo $4000 for husband and wife living to gether Additional tax One percent on net in comes between 20,000 and $50,000; 2 percent on incomes between $50,000 and $75,000; 3 percent on incomes between $75,000 and $100,000; 4 percent on in comes between $100,000 arl $250,000; 5 percent on incomes between $250,000 and $500 000: 6 percent on incomes exceed ing $500,000. Included in net income: All gains, J wages or compensation for personal services of anv kind, professions, busi ness, trade or commerce, sales or deal ings in property, interest, rent, divi dends and securities. Deductions Are Allowed. Deductions allowed: Necessary ex penses actually incurred in carrying on anv business from which the income arises; all interest accrued and payable within the year on indebtedness; all Until a short time ago, scarcely one person in a thousand had ever tasted a really good soda cracker as it came fresh and crisp from the oven. Now everybody can know and enjoy the crisp goodness of fresh baked soda crackers with out going to the baker's oven. Uneeda Biscuit bring the bak ery to you. A food to live on. Stamina for work ers. Strength for the delicate. Give them to the little folks. Five cents. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY ifi GfSE MINUTE! CLOGGED NOSTRILS OPEN-COLDS AND CATARRH VANISH Stops Xasty Discharge. Clears Stuffed Heads, Heals Inflamed Air Passarres and You Breathe Freely. Try "Ely's Cream Balm." Get a small bottle anyway, just to try it Apply a little in the nostrils and in stantly your clocked nose and stopoed up air passages of the head will open: you will breathe freely; dullness and headache disappear. By moraine! the catarrh, cold-in-head or catarrhal sore throat 'will be crone. End such misery now' Get the small bottle of "Elys Cream Balm" at any drue store. This sweet. fragrant balm has a curative effect? upon all mucous surfaces, and hence removes catarrh. In Nasal Catarrh it is well to cleanse the passages with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy while using the "Discovery" as a constitutional remedy. i JFJiy the "Golden Medical Discovery 'eradicates catarrhal affections, of the stomach, bowels, bladder and other pelvic organs, will be plain to you if you will read a booklet of extracts from the writings of eminent medical authorities endorsing its ingredients and explaining their curative proper ties. It is mailed free on request. , "The "Discovery" has been put up and sold in its liquid form for over 40 years and has given great satisfaction. Now it can be obtained of medicine dealers in tablet form as well. A trial box sent prepaid for 50 one-cent stamps. Address Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and strengthen Stomach, Liver and Bowels. Assist nature a little, now and then, with a searching end cleansing, yet gentle cathartic, and thereby avoid many diseases. f national, state, county, school and mu mcipal taxes; losses actually sustained during the year in connection with the business from whieh the income is de rived; debts actually ascertained to be worthless. Deductions not allowed: All personal, IivinT and family expenses; taxes as sessed against local benefits; all ex penses of restoring property or making good the exhaustion thereof for which an allowance has been made; amounts paid for new buildings, permanent im provements, or betterments made to in crease the value of any property. Exemptions : Interest upon the obliga tions of a state or any political subdi vision thereof; interest upon the Obliga tions of the United States and its pos sessions; the compensation of the pres ent president during the term for which he has been elected; the compensation ot judges of the supreme and inferior courts of the United States now in office; the compensation of all officers and employes of a state, or any political subdivision thereof, but not including senators and representatives in congress. Three thousand dollars shall be de ducted from the net income above ascer tained of each person and $4000 fot husband and wife living together. The taxpayer must file a return with the internal revenue collector by March 1, 1914, showing all sources of incomes and the deductions to which he is en titled. Notifications of assessments will be sent out by the government before Juno 1 next. Taxes must be paid by June 30. Failure to file a return means a fine of from $2 to $500. A fraudulent re turn makes the taxpayer liable to a fine I oi jzwju or imprisonment for one year, or both. dissolves by the heat of the nostrils: penetrates and heals the inflamed, swollen membrane which lines the nose, head and throat: clears the air pas sages; stops nasty discharges and a feeling of cleansing, soothing relief comes immediately. Don't lay awake to-night struggling for breath, with head stuffed: nostrils closed, hawkins and blowing. Catarrh or a cold, with its running nose, foul mucous dropping into the throat, and raw dryness is distressing but truly needless. Put your fai... Just once in "Ely's Cream Balm" and your cold or catarrh will surely disappear. Advertisement. Beware of the 'Love Tests' Girls Are "Warned of Men Who Pre tend Ioe and SIake Their Pretenses a Cloak. By Slla Wheeler Wilcox (Copyright. 1913, by Star Company.) " T IS more than probable that many I parents of young cirls will read "" this article and consider it an "im proper" subject for discussion. And it is more than probable that several of these daughters will read it and regard It as their own experi ence, and wonder how their secret be came known. This one young v woman whose story is given here has arrived at a mar riageable age and is betrothed to the man of her choice. x He is several years her senior, but says he will not be in a position to marry and establish a home for two years. . . He has given the girl a ring, and de clares he is most anxious to make her his wife. Meantime, he asks her to consider herself his wife in reality now. and to show her confidence in him by giving him ail the privileges of that holy state. . ... He assures her that her refusal Is a proof that she does -not really love and trust him: that she doubts his honor and his word. He also assures her that all engaged people regard the matter from his standpoint, and that her conduct is prudish and silly. All over the world such men are to be found It is their method of testing the weaker sex. Often Found In Country Town. In many small country towns, where American girls are unchaoeroned and unprotected by foolish parents, and al lowed to go about freelv with their ad mirers, a Lothario of this order is not Infrequently able to encage several trusting girls at one time, under strict vows of secrecy and on the plea that financial or family circumstances are such that marriage is out of the ques tion for years to come. It seems a sad commentary on the nHnt.nwM nf 1ia IoyhI that fjnv "trl fAllll1 I JJlUWIOi Ul WG AUA (...oi. u.r .. v ... grow to a marriageable age and not know the truths of life and the facts of the relations of the sexes sufficient ly to warn her from listening to men of this tvpe. No cirl whose mother talks to her familiarly, sweetly, ten derly and purely on these themes could believe such a man was honest or to be trusted. Is Unworthy of Her Confidence. She would know from the moment ho made such a proposal to her that he wa unworthv of her confidence, and that he would in all probability desert her as soon as he had gained the favors he sought. . . . The sexual fascination is a powerful one. but that alone never kept a man and a woman happy comrades and con stant lovers for life. There must be other attractions: other interests: other ties. Most important of all. there must be mutual respect and absolute confidence. this man is seewnK lu .ivv'".,V"iV and flowers about the fraeile trellis of youth, and the first wind will cast it all to earth and there will be nothing left. And the vines he seek3 to train about this trellis are poison iw. X,ct the girl beware of such a lover. He is not her friend. He is her worst enemy. He does not love her. He loves onlv his own appetites and pas sions. The man who reallr loves a girl truarJs her. not only from all men, but from himself Better die of loneliness and sorrow than to yield to such a selfish and un .worthv lover. DIRECTORIES OF 55 -CITIES AVAILABLE Directories of 55 cities have been filed In the chamber of commerce library for the Information of the peo ple who wish the names and street addresses of people living in any ot the 55 cities. The directories wpre placed there by the John P. "Worley Directory company which has ex changed or purchased the directories of the following cities for the cham ber of commerce library: Abilene, Tex.; Albuquerque, N. M.; Amarillo, Tex.; BalHnger. Tex.; Bos ton, Mass.; Bridgeport, Conn.: Chi cago. 111.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Colorado Springs, Colo,; Dallas. Tex.; Dayton, Ohio: Denver. Colo : Elizabeth. N. J.; Galveston, Tex.; Helena, Mont.; Hills- boro and Hill county, Tex.; Kansas j Rock, Ark.: Los Angeles, Cal.; Mont clair and Bloomfleld, N. J.; Newark, N. J.; New Haven, Conn.; New Mexico and Arizona Gazeteer:: Sioux City. Iowa; Springfield, Ohio; Trinidad, Colo.; Tucson, Ariz.; Tucumcari, N. M.; Tulsa, Okla.; Victoria, Tex.; Water bury, Conn ; Wichita Falls, Tex.; New York, N. Y.; Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va.; Oakland. Calif.; Oklahoma CItr, Okla.; Omaha, Neb.; Pans and Lamar counties, Tex.; Philadelphia; Phoenix, Aiz.; Plainview, Tex.; Port Arthur. Tex.; Portland, Me.; Pueblo, Colo.! Richmond, Va.; Roswell, N. M.; Salt Lake City, Utah; San Angelo, Tex.; San Antonio, Tex.; San Diego, Calif ; Seattle. Wash.; Shreveport, La.; Silver City, N. M. Married- Life's Troubles "Warren InIstn Upon Breakfast at Home, Although, There Is Noth ing In the House. By Mabel Herbert timer ' Tr-k EWILDERED by a sudden awaken- H inff Helen sat up in be(J- Another " " Itintcfant nnnl nf the bell anH he reached for her slippers. "Warren turned, grunted, and then, as the bell shrilled on, he raised him self on his elbow, with a sleepy, ir ritable. ..What the devil's that?" "The kitchen bell, dear. I think it's Mrs. O'Grady we've overslept our selves," and Helen, now in her slip pers and dressing gown, hurried out to the kitchen. "Oh Mrs. O'Grady, I'm so glad you've come," as she opened the door to her Irish washerwoman. "I was afraid you'd be promised for today." "Xes, miss, this was Mrs. Collins's day, but I put her off till tomorrow. I knew you'd need me right bad, just getting back. Did you have a nice trip, miss? You look real well,v for Helen's pink gown and disheveled hair were not unbecoming. "O, do you HAVE to go o Mrs. Col lins's tomorrow?" disappointedly. "I wanted you the rest of the week I may not yet get a girl before Monday." "Why aint Maggie coming back?" "No. She's got another place. Yes, dear, in just a minute," in answer to an impatient call from Warren. "Get your things off, Mrs. O'Grady. and be- in in the front room," and Helen ran ack to the bedroom. 'See here," demanded Warren, who was just getting up. "Why can't we send her out for some things and have breakfast here? I am not keen on going to any restaurant this morn ing." "But, dear, there isn't a thing in the house no milk or anything! We haven't even got the silver out!" "Got kitchen knives and forks haven't jou? Now. you send her for whatever you need. We'll have break fast here." .... Helen hurried back to the kitchen and pensilled a list of bread, butter, milk and eggs. Getting Breakfast. "I guess that's all," giving It to Mrs. O'Grady. "We've got coffee. Just go to that little grocer's around the corner. Half a pound of butter will do I don't think they have very good things. And, oh, you'd better get a cantaloupe Mr. Curtis will want some Kind of fruit." If Warren had only told her yester day that he wanted breakfast here thought Helen resentfully, as she dressed quiekly and began to set the table. But he had said they would go out, and now nothing was ready. "He didn't have no cantaloupe so I got two oranges," as Mrs. O'Grady put down the packages on the kitchen table. "All right," hurriedly. "Now put the butter on one of these small plates and penciled a list of bread, butter, make the coffee. Ugh! there's a roach!" as Helen took down the coffee canister. "There's another! And I told Maggie particularly to put soda around all these shelves and in the sinks be fore she closed up." "Where's the paper?" demanded War ren, appearing at the kitchen door. "Oh, I forgot to order it yesterday. I'm sorry, dear, but I'll be sure to tell to v t od ay " Warren "tourned back into the dining room with an impatient. "Almost ready' It's getting late." "There wasn't a bit of coffee, .and I had to send her out again," apolo getically, "but she won't be a mo ment." . ,. If Warren had had a paper he would have been less impatient striding up and down the dining room, he called: "It's ten minutes of nine. I cant wait around all morning." "It won't be a moment now, hur rying in with the cut oranges. Come, sit down, dear, and have your orange she couldn't get any cantaloupe. "Pretty bum orange," as nar gouged into the juiceless, pulpy fruit with a kitchen teaspoon. ,, "Oh, there's the mail!" and Helen ran to the door hopefully. j, moil ivortr-a Wnrren. until she brought in the coffee and the three minute eggs. Warren's "Wants. "Want another teaspoon here he frowned, as he broSe an egg with, a kitchen fork. . . .. "Wait, dear: Til have to wash the one you had for your orange. We ye plenty of kitchen tablespoons but only two teaspoons." Helen stirred the coffee and ate her egg with the tablespoons, but Warren was never expected to put up with any more make-shifts than necessary. "Now. try to get things in shape so we can have dinner here tonight Im sick of restaurants. You'll get some sort of a girl today'" "I hope so," doubtfully. "That Swed ish agencv promised to send me one this morning but you can't depend on any of them." "Will you come here a minute, miss, called Mrs. O'Grady. . Helen found her upon the kitchen chair before a shelf of utensils. "I thought I'd wipe off these sherres while you were havin vour breakfast and see what I found!" From behind a wooden chopping bowl and a stone crock she drew out a news paper in which was wrapped one of Helen's best dessert plates. There was a large v-shaped piece broken out of the scolloped edge. Helen took it with a little cry of dismay. "You were always sayin' Maggie never broke nothin'," with vindictive satisfaction, for Mrs. O'Grady and Mag gie had never been good friends. "In stead of tellln' you when she broke things she did awav "w ith 'em. She must have fortrot about this 'un. I guess if you count up your china you'd find a lot of 'em gone." With flaming cheeks Helen took the plate in to Warren. "Warren, look; just look at this! It's one of the set Cousin Ellen gave us when we were married. Maggie broke it and hid it away. Do you suppose she's broken other things? I never dreamed she "was that kind of a girl." Warren shrugged his shoulders. "I thought she'd bear watching, but you seemed to think she was such a jewel." "Why Warren, you're the one who thought she -was so wonderful just be cause she was a good cook! I always said she was sullen, but I did think she was honest." , "See, here, I've got enough to -vorry about; for heaven's sake don't bother me about a lot of fool trifles. Found the whole office upset yesterday: they'd let everything go while I was away. I'm going to fire that stenographer soon as I get time to break In another. Now you ought to be able to run things here without everlastingly bothering me" "Oh, I know you've lots to worry you," with quick self-reproach. "Don't think about anything here. I'll get along all right. Mrs. O'Grady's so fast we'll have the whole place clean before night," with forced cheerfulness, itti Trunk "Get that trunk out of my room. I stumble over it every time I go in. "Yes, dear. I'm going to send the trunks down to the basement the first thing. This evening you'll find every thing straight" "Well, I hope so. It's been blamed uncomfortable since we got back." As soon as Warren was off. sho started in with tense energy, deter mined to get everything to rights be fore he came home that evening and to get dinner even If the girl did not come. "Now, I'll wash the dishes, so you can begin right away in the front room," she instructed Mrs. O'Grady. "Give it a thorough cleaning. No, the other one's the dust cloth, and you'll want a whiskbroom to brush off the couch and chairs." Helen loathed to wash dishes; It was the one part of the housework from which she shrank. But now she piled them In the sink. Intent only on get ting them out of the way, so she could get to other work. She was imbued with the real house wife spirit of "cleaning " The very fact that there was so much to do. at it would require so much work and j fm Both Telephones 2101 SM gj 204-206-208 So. Ochoa Street El Paso, Texas ala management to get it all done before night, gave her a certain sense of pleasure. It was an incentive to her best efforts. "The dustpan? It's In the bottom of that cupboard. Now. let's hurry, Mrs. 0'Grady,"wlth eager enthusiasm. "We want to have the -whole apartment cleaned before Mr. Curtis comes home. If I don't get a girl, could you stay tonight and help me get dinner? "Sure, miss, I can stay as late as you want me. My old man's working In Jersey now and he don't come home to dinner. "Oh. that's fine. Soon as I get through here I'll order the groceries. We've eaten in restaurants so long Mr. Curtis will love a real home dinner. And as Helen washed the dishes she unconsciously hummed a little air she had heard so much in Paris. After all, it was good to get back home and to work. RAIN AT ALPINE MAROONS BUILDING Alpine, Tex., Oct. 10. The office building of J. L. Crawford formerly sit uated near the Airdome. was being moved to the Avalanche lot by John Weyerts when tho last heavy rains made bogs of Alpine's streets. The building is still standing by the way side. Felix Harrell and W. Dt Hunter, of Sanderson, are visitors in Alpine. D. A. Moore, of Childress, is visiting his brotherinlaw, G. H. Yates. Mr. Moore is thinking of coming to Alpine to live. G. L. Black has returned from, a trip through Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas. He reports that section of the country suffering greatly from drouth. John McKee of El Paso Is visiting in Alpine, after a trip to Sanderson. John Holland has returned from El Paso. S. D. Beach has returned from Marfa anu Jj'ort Davis. Eugene Barr is confined to the house by illness. Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Crosson of Mar fa arc visiting friends in Alipen. The women of the Methodist church gave a largely attended chicken supper at the St. Charles cafe. M. T. Chastain has returned from Fort Davis, where he superintended the erection of a granite monument weigh ing 10,000 pounds to the memory of Mrs. Beau McCutcheon. S. J. McSpadden, W. B. Hancock and H. L. Kokernot are in El Paso as Fed eral Jurymen for the fall term of court. Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Bandy have re turned from a motor trip north of Val entine. A son has been born to Mr. and Mrs. George Blackburn. Wigfall VanSiokle has returned from Fort Stockton. Dr. B. F. Berkeley has returned from a trip to Del Rio. Mrs. J. M. Hamilton has returned from a visit to Comanche. Will Slover is visiting in Sanderson. Judge E. F. Higgins of El Paso has been visiting friends In Alpine. Isaac Flannlgan of Fort Worth has taken up scnool land in the T. E. range, southeast of Alpine. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Keenum have re turned from a visit to Fort Davis. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Yates have re turned from San Antonio. Dr. S. P. Dowda of Locker, Texas. Is the-guest of Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Smith. A son ha3 been born to Mr. and Mrs. Newton Taylor. Mrs. Taylor was Miss Mussey of Longfellow. Hard coughs, old coughs, tearing coughs. Give Aycr's Cherry Pectoral a chance. bold for 70 years, Coughs Ask Your Doctor. J. tLlTttGa.. Lowell. 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