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Were K' net for the many wdnd
iLiliti in fj.l.t traveleis on trains
crctlrg U gieit deceit valley of
Mtmbrea River near reining, New
Mexico, would not suspect that thit.'
refidicn has a water supply. It has
ttcn found" in recent years that a
ide area f this valley in under
lain by deposits of sand and gravel
containing large volumes of water
that can be pun ped to the surface
and utilized for irrigation. Of late
many Millers have taken home
flE?s n-ear Eelniing and in adjoin
jn; districts, extending southward
.thrculi' Columbus to the Mexican
line, and there is sreat demand for
land in which water is available.
iAbout 300 wells have been sunk,
(many pumps jmta'ded. and consid
erable succes:iiil irrigation accom
TlisOied. There iV. liovcr, a limit
to the area underlain by water at
jpioderate depth and in sufficient
volume ftr irrigation, and it is
vjy important for present anu
respective sttleis to know wl.eie
Bter tupplics may be procured.
To th nd X. H. Daiton, a geol
ogist of the I'nitfd States Oeolog
ical K'.i'vfy, has made an examina
tion ol Luna County and writttn a
detailed letoit which will be pub
lished is .-km r1 as possible. Mean
while an abtTuct o.f this report has
leen prepared and just' issued by
the Surveey as Water-Supply Paper
-:'-C, a part of the "Contributions
to the hydrology of the United
states, 1914." It contains brief
statements as to the extent and
thkness of the water-bearing de
posits, the spurce and volume of
the water, the rat of movement o
underground unter. the depletion of
tlw- supply, and the quaWtjf of the
water. I sives also a de'wription
pf conditions iound in some repre
er1ative wt'l.v in various parts oj,
the country and an account of some
unsuccessful a'.'empts to develop ar
tesian Hows l.v deeip borings. The
cccompaiiying map shows the depth
tj wattr. l(itirn and depth of
principal wells- area of rrck out
crop, and lilmirg of the area under
lain by water-bearing beds. The pa
per also contains the result" r f sev
eral pumping tests mad by A. T.
Schwennesen rf the Geologicplt Sur
vey. A copy of this pamphlet may
be obtained free on application to
the Director, lT. S. Geoloedcal Sur
Washington, D. C.
"About a year ago my three boys
had whoonirg couch and I found
Chamberlain s Cough Remedy the
only one t'iat would relieve tneir
coughing and whooping spfiU-. I
continued this treatment and was
surprised to find that it cured the
disease i,n very sfiort time." writes
Mrs. Archie Dalrymple, Crooksville,
Ohio. For sale by all dealers,
rtiiily ThkrN Rjl'c in H-ir.
Spokane, Wash., May 9. Fifteui
miles across country in' a hearse
was the unique trip tken this wieek
"by a party of Spokane women and
children after their automobile had
'iroken down near Cheney, Wash.
While t stranded wayfarers look
ed sad'v at their balky machine,
S M. Smith, a Spokane undeitak-
tr. cme Ions, with his automobile
l-eaJse. This was one time the man
of funerals was welcome. Mrs. Wil
li an: I'itman and daughter and Mrs.
Frank Chapman and daughter gai
ly climbed ii;o the hiearse, leaving
.Mr. Pitman and Mr. Chapman to
tinker with the machine. Raising
the curtains within the hearse the
wa.yfaiers pitceedd to enjoy the
trin to SpoKari". The big black ve
vicle rolled through country and
vlllaae, whifle spectators looked
aghsst at tlio Jiniling faces of wo
men and clildrenthat peeped out
at Ahem from the confines of the
hoarse. When the hears reached
the suburbs of Spokane bystanders
looked horror-stricken to 9eej a
fraity d four Jive persons emerge
and get aboard a street car.
WE IK) XOT t TAJIK.
We don't are what the world may
If those whem we love are true;
We do not mind the toil of the day
If weltnow in tihe dusk and the
There waits someone who will wel
As we come heme to rest
Some friend who will say, "Dear
heart, I know
Ui.at tcciay you have done your
t.Ve do net mind if the thorns are
Or the pathway it rough and
f.Ve do not mind if we plow and
For others to come and rean.
It we can but hear, when the twi
And the red in the west grows
Some dear voice whisper these word
"You have fought a good fight to
day." For the l.tart don't care what the
world may sly
If those whom it loves are true;
rr 'twas ever and always the
heart's own way
To lone for the love and true.
You forget the gain, the loss and
That tortures your pulsing brea t j
If there's one who always in sweet
Can say, "You have done your
(Miss) Mary V, Bryan.
Roseboro, X. C.
Pennsylvania women opposed to
wc'tiian suffrage held their f'rst
State convention in Harrisburg re
cently and adf pit d a vigorous cam
paign against the adoption of the
suffrage amendment by the next
Legislature. The convention was
tihe first of das kir.d to be held Jn
Mrs. A. L. Luckie, East Roches
ter. K. Y., was a victim of sick
VieariarliP and desnondencv. caused
by a badly weakened and debilitat
ed conditun of her stomach, wnen
sie began taking Chamberlain's
Tablets. She says, "I found them
pleasant to take, also mil.d and ef
fective. In a few weeks' time I
was restored to my former good
health." For sale by all dealers.
I KOKKST Xtifc'KS.
Thci imports tf matci.es into
China greatly tceed in value any
I other weed product. .Most of the
'n.fltnhoc noma in fr.m Tonon
Redwctd sawdust is bjeing used
packin fresh table! "ggrapes. It
by vineyardists in Califcinia fir
takes the pice of the round cork
used for imported Spanrlsh ggrapes.
Hyndman Peak, Idaho,, the high
est nonn.1 .ital- n ho Cf o-t o ic
limro tl on 19 000 ftt liln'i Scv.
eral unnamed peaks near it are of
ihuuui me same eievauiu. ah
are on the divide between the. Saw
tooth and the Leml.i national) for
ests. A two-year-old plantation of
Douglas fir on the Oregcn national
freest phew s 94 per cent of the
trees livir.gr.; Extensive plnating- c f
young trees in Washington and Ore
gon are costing f8 an acre. Direct
seeding of lodgepole pine ha been
successful witl-c U exce j tic n on the
Arapaho national; forest, coioraao.
SbvcibI of the areps sown two and
three years go show from 5,000 to
10,000 seedlings per acre.
We offer Ope Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannct be cured by Hall's Ca
F. J. CHEXEY & Co., Toledo.O.
We. the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions ana
financially able to carry out any
obligations made by his firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in-
leinr.ilj, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surtaces or the
system. I es' nonia!s sent free.
Price 75 ci ts otr ottie. Sold bv
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Everything a Man Needs
$1 Complete Shaing Outfit $1
10 Articles 10
"The Greatest Kidney Remedy
on Earth", Says a
1 want o tell you how much good
your Swamp-Root did me. About
four years ago I suffered from wlia
the doctors called fistula and for
?,"o years of that time I endured
wnat no tongue can tell. 1 also
had inflammation of fhe bladder
and tried doctors medicines1 with
out receiving . any help. Someone
told me about' Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
After giving it a thorough trial,
,1 receved relief, so kept on using
it and today I am a strong and
wetfll woman. If I ever feel badly
or out of sorts, I take Swamp-Root
8Bd it always straightens me out.
J honestly believe that this medi
cine would cure all troubles you
recommend it for, and it- is a
pleasure for me to send my tssti
mocy, and photograph to you. I
think.Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is
one of the greatest medicinesl on
Yours respectfully. ,
MRS. JOHN BAILEY.
West Main St. Portland, Ind.
Subscribed and sworn to before
fore me tbsi 12th day of ulyJ.
.1900 . a
C. A. BENETT,
Dr. Klluicc Co.,
Blnghamlon, Ji Y,
Jrove What Swamp-Root Will Do
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer and
TUnfrhnmton V V . for a sam
ple size bottle, it will conince any
n Vnii utll alsn receive a book
let of valuable information telling
about the kidneys and bladder. When
vHtlnir. ha HI) To Bnrt mention the
Asheboro . Weekly Courier. Regular
fifty-cent and ore-dollar size bottles
lor sale at all arug stores.
To advertise our Universal Shaving
Outfit and Universal Products we will
for a limited time only, send this well
worth $3.00 Shaving Outfit for $1.00.
We sell our products to the consumer
direct and therefore you save all
agents' profits which as you know are
1 Hollow Ground Razor.
1 5-inch Lather Brush.
1 Razor Strop, Canvas Back.
I Nickel Easel Back Mirror.
1 33-inch Barber Towel.
1 Bar Saaving Seap.
1 Box Talcum Powder.
I Decorated China Mug.
1 Aluminum Barber Comb.
1 Bristle Hair Brush.
Agents need not write.
Each outfit packed in neat box
$1.00. Coin or Money Order, postage
UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS CO.
i For SUMMER
Hot weather weakens and makei hena
lazy. It also retards growth of young
birds unless you use
This wonderful remedy purifies the
blood, keeps the liver rtuhc and aids
growth, digestion and egg production.
Pka. SSe, SOc, eOc.tl.OO; SS lb. pail $2.50
Pratts Powdered Lire Kilter is the most pow
erful inflectin.le for poultry anil plantssafpflt
and mopt economical. 2Sc and G0c. lief use
substitutes; insist on Pratts.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back
j . Get Pratta 160 page Poultry Boole
Sold and guaranteed by James T
For Inanti and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
CRAVEN & REDDING
Law Bids:. Asheboro, N. C.
General practice. Special at
tention to land litigation. Crim
inal practice and collections.
(External Vapor Remedy)
Relieves Croup, Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Colds, Grippe,
Co lghs. etc.. in a few minutes. Applied externally does
away with dosing the stomach with nauseating drugs.
Doctors use and recommend Brame's Croup & Pneumo
nia Salve. In the most serious cases it is only necessary
to rub the salve well on the chest, throat, under the arms
and between the shoulders the healing vapors go direct
ly to the affected parts giving relief immediately. En
dorsed by mothers everywhere. Read the following tes
timonial: To Whom It May Concern: It gives me much pleasure to
state that I have used Brame's Croup & Pneumonia Salve
in my home for quite a while and find it a preparation of merit. We have found it very valua
ble in allaying inflammation of all kinds and in the treatment of colds and catarrhal affections
its a most excellent remeay maeeu. io irv n isiu uc wiu "";, - -
Supt. Public Instruction Wilke County, Hunting Creek, N. C, March 21, 1912.
Brame's Croup & Pneumonia Salve may be had at leading drug stores or sent direct
on receipt of price. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 jars. ... ., , ,
Liberal sample and interesting booklet giving many testimonials mailed free.
BRAME CHEMICAL COMPANY. North Wilkesboro, N. C.
For sale and recommended by Standard Drug Co. and Asheboro Drue Co.
A (TYM-iite t His MiM.r.
Jv Yce-rrti!i.t Thos. It. Marsh
all. I tlcnk bark thn ..licit the vear.
tiie itan and the fat. the good and
bad cues, to my earliest recollec
tion.s. I fte a woman with an eye
that flashes fwi!. at an archang
el's wing and mouth that breaks
with laughter and hardens at Eight
r" wrong, .tinging lu.I(IabJf; a wo
man who, w'.th band giaeping the
I'nhffn Hand, walks the briar-bor
dered paths of life unashamed, unH
fiuid, unharmed. She isi clad in
garments of beauty for nie.and age
does not soil them, nor years make
tlie.ni cheap and tawdiy. Her
tongue Is without g uile. having
never been the mQssergert of a lie.
i'i seventeen vears since er s-oul
wpii linmp to Jnd anil h r fineel
became for nie the finger;i of an
an cell, but 1 have not forccMen i'll
she sa'id. She told me there was a
Santa Clans, and I believe her. He
brings nie no longer drums and
fjfes. But he stilJ brings to me vls-
i' of my mother and the nius.'c
o'tliiit ansedic chorus walc'i sang
ut creation's dawn and at the !k ur
man's redemption. 1 J
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Six pair of our fine-1? 3o. value
ljid'es' guaranteed hose in black :.T
tan colors with written guarantee,
l or $1.00 and 5 stamps for post
lie. SPECIAL OFFER FOR MEX
For a ln:ited time only, six
Dairs of our finest 35c. value Guar
anteed Hoe with wiitten guarantee
and a pair .f cur wtl'.-krcvn Men's
aud 5 tten'ps ftr po tage.
Vou know these hose: they stood
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riiey l;ave no seams to rip. They
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ifhe shape is knit in, not pressed
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S0x3 7.80 1.93 1.40
30x3 10.80 2.80 1.90
32x3 Va 11.90 2.95 2.00
34x3 12.40 3.00 2.05
32x4 13.70 3.35 2.40
S3-4 14.80 3.50 2.45
34x 19.80 . 3.60 2.60
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35x4 V2 19.75 4.85 3.45
30x4 19.85 4.90 3.60
37x42 21.50 5.10 3.70
37x5 24.90 5.90 4.20
All other sizes in stock. Non-Skid
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Jten per cent above gray. All new
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