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Oí Demócrata ele t Condado do Cestitta
P eriod.oo Semanario Dedicado al Adelanto y Progroeo del Condado de üosti 1&> en particular; y al del Estado y Nación en general Periódico> Oficial del Publicado en San Luis, Colo., los Sábados t rank LuCome Reductor Precio do Subscripción Por Un Ano. For Seis Mesen 1.00 Por Tres Meses .50 Copias sueltas; e ejemplar- —— 05 Registrado como Correo do Lgnnda ciase el 5 e Mayo, 1923, en la Oficina de Admtnlbír ¿ion Ü3 v htoos, en San uis, Guio., bajo Acta del Cougronu uol 3 da Ma.zo, 3)o you look / x ' ■! •••••■<■.'-feurJLsriyis/ r ■ C. -O- ¡ , -* .-¡fl ”isSR» M* f -c -sgl Y.ur h«i> l«ll» you’ «s«l II ¥«»' I’*!' I> *•* »' ! c'é’e’ S' Itríu-e-’wlíhafoyytvlBdkeldfrfhcnyojryfari, ¡ 13; w«>i 4óih S'wl. N. Y C. Cidral wlll h«l» v<-“ '««k WW b» I-"- ¡ Jo,," hÍIIXJ?* 1 *' ” M jisrtlnfl n»íw»al<«l«rl9youfhairorbychcnjlnglf» j ‘ ' 5hsdci«8»cdvcll)' 1 ..»B»«crBHyn»oii»w.llknowl | am#l r _ 1t ... T . T ¿islrel d&e» what «lia conl Or.ly • AddffU( feldircl íhompoo», r«condll¡«ni ond TIN7S. ’ will» fut FRIE Clobolbook. I tlyi (cf, fítÉ iMr.’tá Un ths cht» oí bob. 1 Sw«i. < Ccaulv nna'yáú. Wttta MÓW en thí» covpóri. j aBaW /í : 'Bij Francés Shelley Wees WAIU S £ R v . v L franM SMl*pYi*t» The struggle of a fine young American to win the love of a girl reared in the 19th Century seclusion of a mountain retreat. A romance . . . exciting in its emotional intensity . . . inspiring in its purity. READ THIS DELIGHTFUL LOVE STORY AS IT APPEARS SERIALLY IN THIS PAPER EL [)EM©CRATA?DEL CONDADO 0E COSTILLA, El Mijar Medio Para Anunciar, Preda de Suscfleíofii $2.00 Anuales, Especialidad En Obra de Ínipreílcn || I APS r> » e-—> 83o [<ünL* ASrcá] COULD NOT DO HER HODSEWORK XX7¥? N cvery ' vv tryngyouat tcmnt ís a barden —when you are .«r & ncrvous and irri- Kftfówg : tablc —nt your Sr? wit’s end—try chis medicine. It ' may be iust what x ¿” you ñeca for extra energy. Mrs. Charles L. Cadmus oí T tentón, New Jersey, says, '’Aftcr doing just a little work I had to lie down. My mother-in-law recom mended the Vegetable Compound. I can see a wonderful chango now.” TIRED, WORK OUT, NO AMBITION fTTO W m a n y women are just dragging them selves around, all tired out with peri odic weakness and paín? They should know that Lydia E. Pinkham’s Tab kts relieve peri. odie pains ana dis comfort. Small sizc only 2 5 cents. Mrs. Dorsie Williams of Danville, Illinois, ssys. “I had no ambition and tras terrifely nervous. Your Tab* lets helped my pefiods end built me up.” Try them riese ftionth. WPÁ Trains Poor Girls for Service to Wealthy Wuslilngtoii. b. llnlf a Millón I New Dea) dollars wlll be spent In :eachlng young wonien on relief to be- | come servants in well to do homes, it i was announced hy the Works l’rogross adniinlstration Itere. Srhools ln tlip l nrts of dustlng furniture and servlng i thutnb in bow) of sotip will be estab 1 llslted in New York city. the Disir’,ct of Colombia, and In 21 siales. l’nl- : forras and $1 a wet’k for carian? are ! being doled out to litase cnrolled. The new projcct ndlows on the heels of a \\T.\ projo: t In Chicago wlticlr lllred wonien h» ncl ns liouse keepors for <-;tv hotisewhes niio were not feeling well enongh to vare for (libir humos and children. Efficiency Called Stint to WPA’s Lofty Ideals Chicago.—An Idea of the true mean- Ing of ••boondoaglittg" in its pitres! fonn nt last cante to light in a state ment of George Melvillo Smith, sopor visor of 229 artlsH worklng on a WI’A project Itere, the l.irgest nttmber oí artista ever t«» ••. «rk together under one roof —•»*:< épt on another WPA project In New York The artista are p iintlng lO.ü(K) póst era—all alike—on oil clotli. Stcnclla are being used for the letterlng. but all postéis ate Indivlditally coloree! by linnd. Ask»’d whv stenclls werent use<l for all ope: allome Smith snld: •‘Why. If we did th-it we’d be througb in no time. We’ve got to kcep the liands of all these people bnsy.’ Taxes—American's Biggest Bill Washington. I> <’.—America’s bl,i gost bilí Is now laxes. I’ederal, atuv and local, wltlch antier th<* New Dea* now nntonnt lo ahotit S1O.()I)0.(I0!Mmh a yenr. This Is an antount eípiaT o alniost half tito g<dd in the worhl, a >/ all the gohl the L'nlted States ow It was cumputed Itere. It is a bit greater than America*» food, clollilng or rent bilis. Price of Executive “Ability” Washington. !>. U.—The resettle ment adpdnlslratlon. under llexfon Guy Tugwell. No. 1 Uraln Trtunt of the New Deal, so far has nsed u| 111,029,000 to admlnister the spendln¿ of 521,030,753 on ruta! reliabllitatloir tnd relief. In otlicr uords, every time $2 is spent Its costs mogt thau SI te aeterinlne where it should go. Public Confidence Challenglng n recenlly published Statenient that Hicte Is un “uppareni losa of pubiic conüdeuce In banks," Wllllatn A. I3oyd of Ithaca, N. Y„ aiks why, If thls were true. bauk de posita are constantly Incrcaslnfi. "I nialiitaln that any banklng instltuilon whlcb has continuad to serve iti com munity slncs the trylng days of 192'J must be enjuyiitg the respect and con tldence oí that comniunlty, and I am aura that tile ver y larga mujorliy of batikiiiA liiotituilotts wiilch havs comí through thls depreoslntt Iihvs tic ver liad lo ‘regalu* pubiic conlldcnca,’' he says SHE las? 2g rolJBS OF F*T Fcel full of p C p and possess thp Blcnder form you cravo—you can’t íf y° u listen to goüsipers. To takc off cxcess fat go light on I latty meato, butter, crnani and sug- 1 ary sweet 3 — Clt more fruit and , vegetables and take a half teaspoon- | Tul of Kruschen Salts in a glass of not water every morníng to elimí nate excess waate. Mrs. Elma Verille of Havre ds Grace, Md., write:: “I took off 20 ¡ los.—my clothes fit me fine now.” No drastic cathartics —no consti pation-—but blissful dally bowel ac- | tion when you take your little dally dose of Kruschen. Help Kidneys Don’t Take Drastic Droga Tour Kldnoyn <ontaln 9 mllllon tlny j tube« <>r flltcrs which inny be endangered by neKlcct or drastic. irrltating druga. Be careful. If functional Kl'lney or Blubler maorders mnke yo U guffer froni Gettlng U|> Nights, Norvouoness. Loas of Top, I.eg Faina. Rheumntic Pains. Dlr.zihess. Clr- 1 eirá Under Eyee, Neuralgia, Acidlty, . Burning, Smarting or ItchftiK. W» don’t nced to takc chances. All druggtata now ' nave the moat modera Advanced treat- Jnent for these troubles—a Ubctor’s pro,- 1 crlption called Cyftex (Siss-Tex). WotJís fast—ante and sure. In 48 houra U muat , brtng new vkaltty and Is gu<ranteed to qiake you feel 10 yenra younger in ono 1 Work or money beck on rotura of empty package. Cyatojc coatí only 3c a doáe at aruBBista and the guarantee protecta you. ' BkONCl-HAL COUSHS Just A Few Sips and— Like A Flash — P.eiic-fi All coughn look aliko to Buckley’s Mixture (triple acting)—one sip of this grand medicine soon stops ají ordinary cough —tough oíd (leen seated coughs and the persisten! bronchial cough are under control after just n few dosss—no moro ter mentlnp, sleoplr.».- nights. Duehley’» is ftlknline.that’s why it’<? M differont—It “acta llke a flash”. Hefuso substitutos—guaranteed. 45 and 85 cents at all drugglsts. W. K. Buckley, Inc., Rocheeter, N. Y. New Deal Still Blows $2 for $1 Déficit Looms Bigger Than Ever; Civil Service Is Put on tkids. WASHINGTON, D. C.—Hav ing entered its íóurth ycar of ad ministration Mareh 4, Prcsident Rooseveh's New Deal is still spending two dollars for every dollar it takes in. Federal receipts for the 1936 fiscal year to Feb. 29 were 82.34S.2S 1.700. while ex pendí tu res stoml nt S4,7f»8.GS(ttS1. This two-for-one sp mdlng progresses desplte the fnet tlrnt the Presiden! sald. in his tlrst nn nuil biidget mes snge, tlmt the nntlnn should plnn for a hnlanccd bmlgpt— which ln simple terms menns spentlinir no more money than you take ln—dttrlng the “tliird yenr of recovery,” which Is the T.KJO fiscal yenr. Now all Indlcntlons are that the déficit wlll be s ü-rri- ed i>y the déficit ln the 1937 htidget. which lias been vsthnated to be more than .$4,<JüO,üüU,- 000. New Deal Spends 19 Billlon. Since he was Inaugurated on March 4, 1933, the Presldont has spent $19,- 000,000.000, of Which $10,000.000.000 was for purposes other than the ordl nnry runnlng expenses of the govern ment. A fm ther expendlture of more than $3,000.(XX).000 |» provlded for. Most of the spending outslde ordi nary expendieres wns for the ptirpose of “prltiilng the pump." pourlng Fed eral money out of the taxpayer's pocket on the theory tlmt buslness, once stimulated by tlie artificial pur chnslng power created, would “plck up ’ of Its own accord and put the Idle milllnns back to work. After three yeais, with money «tlil rolllng out of the treasmy in billl.ins for relief and “mnde work” (boondoggllng), the American Federatlon of Labor, through its presldent, Wllllatn Green, estlimites tlmt at the end of Jnnuary there were still 12,020.000 workers unemployed. 3 he Inciense ln unemploytnent of 1,229,000 from December to Juntmry wns the lurgest bucb increase ln flve yeur». As three yenrs of the New Deal carne to nn end tlip National debt had reaelwd a total of about $32,000,000,009, u new hlgh for all time. And an excel lent prospect for tbe neur future wns a debt Of 35 to 40 hiillonR of dol nr <. Thls would he a debt of $1,100 to 81,260 for every famijy ln the United States, h prior lien <m everythlng each fnmlly enrtjs and a urtt nwrtguge un everythlng it owni. Flfty Bureiug Created. ln its eiTorts to Its wny bnclt intu nutlonal prosperity, the New heui bus ln linee yenrs Intnidiiced novel and contradlctory m.tlmds. It bus rpent $8,000,OOO.irkj f (l r relief. It lias Bet up tlfty new agencies (niostly al pliobetlcul buruuiii) nhlcli Imve ere uted hundreds nf djouiundi «f *’ad* ministra Uve 1 uf ejecutiva jytár Jn which the exccntlve brnncli mui < Joseph’s Service Station —— = __. Authorized Dealer for WILLARD and G-LOBE Batteries nATTIi HUÍS 1 AK l “i ríí i , ír New and Used TIRES A- Robuilt muís Complete fine of Amo Accessories r- V’rlounizv'l r i e<-p.,n c/ TRY “Conoco” GASOLINE on your ' R4/9/OS car--a nd note the difference. T-íMS K'"' CICAKETTBS ll-- -■ ■ - 7< t9 New Rangerette Hore’o Shirley Temple, the newcst Texao Ccntennial Exnosition Ranger* cito. Gov. James V, Allred signed her commission an a rangcrctic and of íicíal of tho Expcsitlon. a 825,000,000 World’fl Fair opening ín Dallas June 6, gave her a lC-galloh hat, n pair of chape and an invithtlon to attend thr tmernnp dav ceremonias* Voice Aro:-nd the World Wiil Opon World’s Fair DALLAS, Texas—A voice around the wor'd wiil opon the gates of the $25,000.000 Texas Ccntennial Exposition here Juno 6. Spcken into a microphonc befare the main entrancc, the voice—pon sibly that of Prcsident cr Mrs. Rooscvelt—will travel over radio naves to New York, England, Franco, Japan, California and bael; to Dallas, where it will strik? an eléctricaI device insido the ground.-, and owing tho gato opon. The tvürds will rcqtiire 9 Goconds for their trip around the world. of (he government is nota judge and jury, may tiñe or Imprlson the Citizen without his rccottrse to the courts, nnd may tell hitn what to do with his property. ln tbe operntion of these bureaus, the New Deal has added 2.*>u.- O<KI full time federal emplnyees, less than 1 ln 100 of them being reipiirml to p.’is’s civil Service examlnations. Tlie civil service in three years has decllned from Si per cent of all fed eral employees to f»7 per cent. Three years have seca the crop cur tnllment program of AAA. comblned with the drouth nnd New De ¡I free trade pollcles, produce the enigmntlc conditlon of Importa of forelgn farm producís steallng the Interna! market awny from tluK American fnrmer at n rapldl.v tiicreaslng rato. Imports of gralns, bacon, hams. pmk. becf, ani mal and vegetable olls llave multl plied, until ln 193.5 farm producís worth more than $1.3n(l.tNin.nno at cur rent prices. were luiportod to enrlch the forméis of other countrics. Roosevelt immetnr.v pollcles caused the dollar to be devnlued 40 per cent ln gold contení, with the result that on the basis of gold the farmer soid hie producís nt prices 13 per cent less than ln 1932. Desplte the fací that ln his hiidgel mes-age nt the slart of the year, lloosevelt sild that no new laxes would te required, the New Dval's new farm program, new relief expenditures nnd other costs mnde It nppnrent that $l,fiü(),000,ü00 or more ln new tases would be required. 67 Taxes Squeeze Pocketbook Chicago.—“Today wu llave 67 va rlctles of laxes, dlrcct or Indlrcct, which alTect the prices of nenrly every commodlty of commerce," James M. Beck. noted nuthorlty on the Constl tutlon, so Id here. "Today the Amer ican Citizen Ir dlrvctly or Indlrectly taxcd from the eradle to tho grave. These tnxes would he henvy to tho polnt of confiscatlon were not the Iurg es t amount of oiir pubiic expenditures rulsed hy borrowlng agnlnst the fu ture, and thtis londlng down an Inno cent posterlty with intolerable bur cieñe.” Internet on Debt Climbs Washington. — ln tho last fiscal yenr. the New Deal spent mure tliüti $7<87Ó,00ü,000, an Inórense of 114 per cent ln five yems. Tho pnymont of Ihtniest on the nntlonal debt Is alone greater than the entlre expenditures of the ffnvernnmnt ?l() ypsr» sgo, W/ZZ/AWÍW ás | San Luis Lumber and Supply Company X Son Lfiiis, Colorado, ¡WOMEN ATTENTION! Save Time and Energy 4 by Purchasmga New ¡ J^NORTON”■ ? Washing Machine l ELECTRIC MODEL 12 | Priced at §62,50. Terms I « AGENCY AT SAN LUIS LUMBER and Supply C» •/ensen Wr-íglit l’ropa. !(( She's Richest Girl in Texas Mildrcd Yount, 15, is rcputedly the richest girl in Texa . through a $15,. 000,000 fortune willed her by her father, Miles Yount. Beaumont oil magnate, An accotn plished horse- LISTA DE OFICIALIDAD DE LA Sociedad de la BANDERA AMERICANA San Pablo, Colo. Leonardo Martínez, Presidente Rafael Olivas, Vice Pres. E. E. Martínez, Secretario Manuelita Cruz, Tesorera L. E Pernal, Calificador David Vigil, Uonaejero Frank LaCome, Procurador Reyes Vigil, Mariscal Ezoquiel Cruz, Portero COMISION EJECUTIVA J. E. Sánchez Max Sierra Anaataoio Atendió- v/oman, Misa Yount will exhibit sor. eral of her Gncst mountn at the Tesan Centcilninl Exposition, $25,000.000 Vorld'n l'nir of Ihe Southwest, which openn ln Dolías June 0.