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THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO.
it GASCARETS FOR LI No sick headache, sour stomach, biliousness or constipation by morning. Get a lucent box now. Turn the rascals out th headache, biliousness, Indigestion, the sick, sour stomach and foul gases turn them out to-night and keep them out with Cascarets. Millions of men and Women take a Cascaret now and then and nerer know the misery caused by a lazy liver, clogged bowels or an upeet stom ach. Don't put in another day of distress. Let Cascarets cleanse your stomach; remove the sour, fermenting food; take the excess bile from your liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poison In the bowels. Then you -will feel great. A Cascaret to-night straightens you out by morning. They work while you sleep. A 10-cent box from any drug store means a clear bead, sweet Btomach and clean, healthy liver and bowel action for months. Chil dren love Cascarets because they never gripe or sicken. Adv. OR AT LEAST NOT WORKING Smith's Machine Had the Horse Pow er All Right, but He Thought Some Were Der-d. They were talking automobile reminiscences and Congressman Jacob "Johnson of Utah recalled the experi ence of Smith along a country -road. The Inexplicable thing had happened some ten miles from a garage, and Smith was mauling over the machlno with a monkey wrench, when a farm er came along. For a while Hiram stood In silence watching the efforts of the autolst, and then human nature asserted It self and he broke Into conversation. "Some car ye've got there, pard," he remarked, admiringly. "What pow er Is It?" "Forty horse power," answered Smith, continuing to plug away" with the monkey wrench. "Forty hoss, eh?" returned Hiram, still working his eyes. "What seems ter be the trouble with It?" "Well,, as near as I can figure It out," answered Smith, with a sort of cross between a sigh and a cuss, "about 39 of the horses are dead." Matter of Environment. The Mexican student was watching his first northern football game. Tt held his Interest firmly. His face grew flushed, his arms were flung out, ho shouted hoarsely: "Do you call thees a game?" he asked of the man at his right. "Sure," was the reply. "What would you call It?" "In my country," said the stranger from across the border, "we would call it a seven-day pitched battle!" The trouble with the average man Is that he wants his club to be home-like and his home to be club-like. NO GUSHER But Tells Facts About Postum. A Wis. lady found an easy and safe way out of the Ills caused by coffee. She says: "We quit coffee and have used Pos tum for the past eight years, and Jrink it nearly every meaL We never tire of It. "For several years previous to quit ting coffee I could scarcely eat any thing on account of dyspepsia, bloat ing after meals, palpitation, sick head ache In fact was in such misery and distress I tried living on hot water and toast. "Hearing of Postum I began drink ing it and found it delicious. My ail ments disappeared, and now I can eat anything I want without trouble. "My parents and husband had about the same experience. Mother would cften suffer after eating, while yet drinking coffee. My husband was a reat coffee drinker and suffered from indigestion and headache. "After he stODoed coffa anil hnn Postum both ailments left blm. He will not drink anything else now and we have it three times a day. I could write more but am no gusher only state plain facts. Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Write for a copy of the famous little book, "The Road to Well ville." Postum now comes in two forms: Regular Postum must be well boiled. 15c and 25c packages. Instant Postum is a soluble pow der. A teaspoonful dissolves quickly in a cup of hot water and, with cream and sugar, makes a delicious beverage Instantly. 80o and 60o tins. The cost per cup of both kinds is about the same. "There's a Reason" for Postum. old by Grocer. SLUGGISH IVER STATE NEWS OF INTEREST TO ALL NEW MEXICO PEOPLE Western Newspaper Union Nt Service. Albuquerque now claims a popula tion of 25,000. Parsnips weighing five pounds, were raised by E. H. Ayres of Estan cla. The fifty elk from Montana for New Mexico are expected to reach Santa F6 soou. The bee Industry In the Pecos val ley has already become one of im portanee. The Baptists of ArteBla, have se cured a building and will open a col lege this fall. There are rumors of removing the internal revenue office from Santa F4 to Phoenix. Edward Heasley, the four year old son of W. H. Beasley of Artesia, was "hooked" by a cow. T. Y. Moorhead, Pecos' city mar shal, was shot and killed almost in stantly by Fernando Sublo, a Mexi can. P. J. Reynolds of Fort Bayard and Martin Q. Hardin of Lordsburg have been appointed and confirmed as post masters. Fire of unknown origin caused con siderable damage in the spacious res idence of Captain French, one mile east of Cimarron. While visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Anderson one mile west of Flora Vibta,- Miss Edith Chit tenden was accidentally shot. The practical application of parcel post Is illustrated in the shipping of 800 pounds of beans to the mining town of Mogollon by a firm at Dom ing. The Big Burros Copper Company, with a capital of $1,500,000, was in corporated and the incorporation pa pers filed with the secretary at Santa F6. The Pythians of Roswell and Vicin ity in the rooms of the Damon Lodge No. 15, Knights of Pythias, of Roswell, celebrated the 50th anniversary of their order. County School Superintendent R. S. Tipton, of Otero county, has appor tioned the county school fund of $3, 838.50 among 2,559 school children at $1.50 a person. Water application 859 was filed by Ralph E. MeNicholl of Hagerman, for six-tenths second feet of the Pecos river, for pumping purposes, to irri gate 42.7 acres. Cashier W. J. Joyce of the Bank ef San Ttlurclal, which closed its doors recently, submitted three tentative plans to Traveling Auditor Howell Earnest to straighten out the bank's affairs. County Superintendent of Schools A. E. Bailey of Eddy county, resigned his position. Superintendent Poore of Carlsbad was elected to fill tho va cancy. Mr. Bailey's term would have expired iu 1916. Peter Mack of Columbus, received from El Paso an assay of some of (he mineral taken from the mine in the Tres Hermanas mountains that is being developed by Teter Mack, Chas. Keenum and Mr. Stewart. The min eral is sufficiently rich in silver and gold to yield a good profit to them after paying the expenses of shipment and extraction at the smelter. Hon. Nathan Jaffa of Reswell Is now a thirty-third-degree Mason. The honor was conferred on Mr. Jaffa at Denver. There are seven thirty third degree men in the etate. They are: Cony T. Brown, Socorro; E. A. Cahoon, Roswell; James G. Fitch, So corro; Richard H. Hanna, Santa Fe; Nathan Jaffa, Roswell;" John W. Mayes, Santa V6; John W. Poe, Ros well. Mrs. J. D. Bright of Silver City, was painfully injured in a runaway, J. H. Fleming, postoffice site in spector of the Treasury Department, of the United States, 'arrived in Las Vegas from 'Raton for the purpose of examining proposed sites and select ing the location for the-federal build ing. Land Commissioner R. P. Ervien stated that there will likely be much interest on the part of home seekers of other states in the forthcoming land sale, scheduled for April 21, in the town of Deming, Luua county. The land to be put up at auction is about sixteen miles from Deming and a full description of it may be obtained by writing to the commissioner of public lands. The Mountain View mine in the Pinos Altos district was sold to a firm of New York people who will proceed at once to put the same into opera tion. Fred Cooper of Plrios Altos has owned the mine, which consists of,two claims, for a number of years, but has never operated it. Tbv property lies near tV Mountain Key and about a miles south of the fcwn of PUos Altos. Recalling the Bloody War of the Broken Egg WASHINGTON. The subject of eggs came up at luncheon time in the sen ate restaurant The proposition of efficient economy was under 'discus sion when Senator Carroll S Pmrn made the startling statement that in the t ntcon.o or m, ecc rfjMte MAPS MrfWY 'coRjy.r ) I a ia A t A " I . Av? s-J-k that would avert the smashing of 10 per cent, of the eggs laid by the American hen. The farmer's boy of years ago can recall the time when eggs sold at from five to ten cents a dozen, and even under those conditions the smashing of an egg was a real calamity. The omnipresent egg on the breakfast table recalls the stoiy told by the late Senator Allison of a broken egg that led to an Indian war in Minnesota. In 1862, several Sioux Indians appeared in a farmer's dooryard and saw a nest of eggs with a ben sitting on it, as an industrious ben is wont to do. An Indian picked up one of the eggs, and his companions warned him not to break it as it belonged to a white man. Having a general contempt for all pale-faces, the brave could not resist smashing the egg. He proceeded to break the others in the nest, while another Sioux shot the hen, scared from her nest. A third Sioux, to show his heroism, sent a bullet through the farmer's cow, which brought the farmer to the door, rifle In hand; and a fourth Indian, to show his supreme bravery and his contempt for the white man, shot the farmer dead. This bloody outrage was completed by massacring the farmer's wife and chil Thus from a bit of mischief started volt at the Indian reservation. " Chance Must Have Been REPRESENTATIVE ADAMSON wrote to M. O. Chance, chief clerk of the postoffice department, a little while ago In behalf of a clerk, A. E. Moody, a colored man from Georgia. He said to Mr. Chance that the clerk was a pretty good fellow, bo "if he bas done wrong don't discharge him, but cuss him out a bit." Well, In a few days along came a letter from Chance to Representative Adamson, saying that the cusslng-out process must have been a little to caustic, for the clerk had resigned. leaving a letter informing Mr. Chance that a minister of the gospel had flown from their midst This is the letter: "Hon. Mr. Chance, Chief Clerk of the Postoffice Department. Dear Sir: I do I truly hope that you will received it. minister. I have been called a long -time ago to preach the gospel by the God of heaven and earth. I cannot do It successful and hold my Job in the gov ernment services, and I will pray for the blessing of God to rest on the Post master General and his cabinet in the Post Office Department But I may miss the envelope that Is handed to ciera, Mr. Mooney, Dut I rather missed that than to miss eternal life. After which Representative Adamson wrote- "Brother" Chance: "I have your favor of the 4th instant inclosing copy of a letter from Rev. Blank. I was not aware of the fact whether he has verified his call to advice in his credentials from on high are in a bad fix." Saddest Plaint One Ever Hears in Washington WORKING for Uncle Sam, which at first is a vocation, oftentimes becomes a disease, and an Incurable one. The saddest plaint one ever hears In Washington sadder than the wall of the rejected office seeker Is that of the BfJEfl SUCH, A rvut TO 3PHD THS BEST PftfT OP fiV I4F AS 4 COYERKMEhT l till voa -r -jvr Perhaps he is a man yet capable of throwing off his government harness and bitching himself to something better outside the cramping, grinding world of clerical slavery under official tryranny, but he has a family and cannot afford to take a chance. He could fill satisfactorily most any position requiring clerical ability and experience, but he cannot let go his government job to find something even equally as remunerative. He is afraid to take the chance. National Magazine. As Everybody Knows, "Findings Is Keepings" A FIERCE winter's wind went tangoing down the avenue the other day, with a derby hat dancing along. But It wasn't a "hesitation" dance. It romped and danced and rolled onward for three v.hlrlwlndy squares, until the man who had been sprinting alter u gave up the chase. And as he gasped and wheezed red and wind blown this Is what a batch of fellow men heard him yell every last man of them, chuckling at the poor chap which is the way of man, except when he's chasing a bat of his own: "You can keep it up to Jericho, if you want to. I'm done you unholy roller, you." He shook himself with the disgusted emphasis which dear Darwin could have told him he had in herited from some prehistoric web ben, and then turned and plodded back. The hat, however, had no notion of taking a trip to Jericho. It stopped the instant its owner turned, and slid into a sheltered curb ledge, where it lay until another man came along and picked it up. He was undoubtedly an honest man, for be looked about for a claimant but the owner was already merged in the crowd, and, as everybody knows, findings is keepings. , . The man brushed the bat with his sleeve, saw that It was an almost new derby, with the latest kink In rtbbou bands, and Judging by bis grin, as he looked inside just bis own size. That's all, only do you suppose a bat could possibly absorb from the brains of its vearer such a thing as humor of the satanlc braadf - discussion of tarlffnd currency, one important element of cost and loss had been overlooked. He referred to the report from the secretary of agri culture, declared that In one year over 1,500,000 eggs were destroyed in trans portation to New York city. This loss represented 9 per cent, of the total supply. With a twinkle in his eye, Senator Page suggested that some one might acquire fame and fortune by in venting a safe and sane egg-carrier by a broken egg, there followed a re a Little Too Caustic hereby send in my resignation to you. PleaBe your honor sir: I am a gospel me twice a month from the disbursing that be was a minister, nor do I know the ministry or not. If he has correct you people in the postoffice department - helpless and hopeless government clerk lamenting his unhappy lot. He realizes that he is "In bad," and yearns for one more chance to right himself. He Is in the net and cannot escape. He would like to extricate himself, but that Is impossible. Perhaps his head has whitened and his hands have pal sled in the service, and his years of steady employment are unrepresented by a dollar saved. His fate is sealed. Gloomllyfre trods his weary way. The Promotion of Health TTiA trnnwinc rirvw tZU to keep strong and L"ZZ3 healthy 13 not so much of a secret. CZ3 You must first see that the digestion is kept normal, the liver active and the bowels regular. To LZZj bring about this t a healthy condition you should try I"""'! esi HOSTETTER'S cssa Stomach Ditfers It is for Indigestion, Poor Appetite, Nau sea, Costiveness, Bili ousness and Malaria. Start today. Rheumatic Twinges yield Immediately to Sloan's lin iment. 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