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THE TUCUMCARI NEWS
'Pape's Diapepsin" at once
ends Indigestion and
Sour, Acid Stomach
BREAKS YOUR COLD IN
JUST A FEW HOURS
I.lltnps of Undigested food cniioq
imln. If vr Hioiiim li Is in a revolt;
If sick l--m.v mill uim'I, ami wlmt you
Just ntc Iiiii fermented ami tunii'il
Knur; lii'iiil dizzy ami nebes; belch
Wises nnil iu'IiIm i-iiiI i nictate iiniUgc-d-fond
JiiMt tlii a tablet or two of
Tape's liiupcpsM to (.p neutralize
iieldlty utiil In lio minutes you wonder
what became of the pain, aclillty, In
digestion ami distress.
If your stomach doesn't take rare of
your liberal limit without rebellion;
If your food Is a damage instead of a
liflp, remember tlu ipilckest, surest,
most harmless stomach mitiirld Is
Tape's IHapeplti. which costs so llttlo
nt drug stores. Adv.
Pape's Cold Compound" Instantly
Haves stuffiness and
If the victims remain single there
la no olijertlon to love at tlrst sight.
ASPIRIN FOR COLDS
"Bayer" is on Genuine)
Aspirin say Bayer
Insist on "P.nyer Tahlets of Aspirin"
In a "Mayer package." containing prop
er directions for Colds, I'aln, Head
nche. Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Itheti-linill-ni.
Naiiie "I'.uyer" moans genuine
Aspirin prescribed by physicians for
nineteen year.". Handy tin boxes of l'J
tablets com few cents. Aspirin If trade
marl: of Hnyer Miiiiufiicturo of Mono-tU'etleftcd.-ti
r of Sntleylleneiil. Adv.
til.- '. .
i- tu bud
HOW MRS. BOYO
Canton, Ohio. "I suffered from n
female trouble which cnuoed mo much
Hutu-ring, and two
Hint I would have
to K" through an
operation beforo I
could got well.
"My mother, who
had been helped by
l.yiiinK. I'inkham a
pound, ndvised mo
to try it before sub
tion. It relieved mo
from my troubles
no I can do my housu wor!: without any
difficulty. I advise any woman who is
nfliicted with femnlo troubles to rivo
Lvdia E. I'inkhnm's VeRetublo Com
pound, r trial and it will do as much for
them." Mrs. Maimb Boyd, U'il Dth
St, N. E., Cunton, Ohio.
Sometimes there aro serious condi
tions whero n hospital operation is tin;
only alternative, hut on the other hand
oo many women hnve been cured by thin
InmouB root and herb remedy, Lydia h.
I'inkham's VoKctablo Compound, after
doctors have said that an operntion was
necessary every woman who wants
to avoid nn operation should Rivo it a
fair trial before submitting to such a
If complications exist, writo to Lydia
E. I'inkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.,
for ndvice. The result of many years
experience is at your service.
nnnillnii If llllllt'l KnlTS
fain la Hi" triMtuwni ut Ucruia,
Vi'wr, lank-worm, lull, eic. Ism l
irraimi-nu fulled. Huiil's Hiilrn
Von cnn'l loio on our Mam
flitk nilnnttt. Ttr It nt our rut
axJliA V. I'rlio tie, nl dunr Morri.
Kictuntt Cu.. HUoruiau.luxu
MRS. COW'S TALK.
"Now cows." uld Mr. Cow, "I'd
like to lull;. I hope none of ynu will
lie so rude us to moo mid Interrupt
ine when I start .penUlna.
"Of enilf-o ulicli I get to the end
of a seuteuie I do not uillid If you Miy
'.Moo, moo, Hint was Hue, Hue.'"
"What If we should say. 'Moo. moo,
that was horrible, horrible,' " suggest
ed another cow. "What would you
siiy to that'"
"That would be snmolhlng I couldn't
penult," said Mrs. row. "It would bp
very rude. Hut I think you will all
agree wltli me In what I have to say."
"We don't really know whether wo
will or not," said the other cows.
"Of course not. Moo. moo." said Miss
Mossy, "we don't know at all."
"Too bad." said Mrs, Cow. "that you
shouldn't show a little more trust and
conlldetice In Mrs. l.'mv, your own
friend and companion, Mrs. row."
"Too had," said the other cows, "but
we haven't a great ileal of sense. And
we're not so alTi-ftlomitP that we love
you because you're one of us. Some
times a cow vhows alTectloii. but as a
rule we're a rather umilTectliiiiate Int."
"Well." said Mrs. Cow. "the only
thing for me to do Is to tell you what
I have lo tell you and then iiuijbe.
you'll think different.
"In fact, 1 feel sure you will feel
"We thought you said we'd feel the
same," said the other cows.
"You'll agree with mo," said Mrs.
Cow. "and so yon will feel dllTerenl
from the way you do now. Now you
don't agree with me."
"V- don't either agree or disagree,"
snld one of tint other I'liw, "but we do
wish you'd tell us what you hnve to
tell us so we can -ee whether we
agree or not."
"Some of us may agree, ami sontt'
of us may not." snld Miss Ibissy.
"The young cow ."peaks wisely," said
"Are you going to give me a chance
to tliik''" u-ked Mrs. Cow.
"Moo. moo, give her a chaiee." the
"You see." snld Mrs. r.iw. as he
chewed slowly and as tluni-li time
Don't Rtny stuffed-up! Quit blowlnc,
nnd untuning! A dose of "I'npc's Cold
Compot'nd" taken every two hours un
til three doses aro taken usually breaks
tip n severe cold and ends all grippe
The very first tloso opens your
clnggeibtip nntrlls and the air pass
ages of the head; stops nose running;
relieves the headache, dullness', fever
Ishness, sneezing, soreness and stiffness.
"I'apo'8 Cold Compound" Is the
quickest, surest relief known nnd costs
only a few cents nt drug stores. It
acts without assistance. tates nice,
contains no quinine Insist upon
Pnpu's ! Adv.
HAIR FALLING? HERE
IS WHERE IT SHOWS
Don't worry! Let "Oanderlne" save
your hair and double
the lime I slept
order," said the
'IHd you walk
GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER.
Slop a minute and think what it
means to say that "(Ireen's August
Flower has been u household remedy
all over the civilized world for more
than half a century." No higher praise
Is possible and no better remedy can
be found for constipation, Intestinal
troubles, torpid liver and the depress
ed feeling t tin t accompanies such dis
orders. It Is most valuable for In
dU'cstlnn or nervous dyspepsia and
liver trouble, coming up of fund, pal
pitation of heart, and many other
symptoms. A few doses of August
Flower will relieve you. It Is a gentle
laxative. Ask your druggist. Sold In
all civilized countries. Adv.
OLD AGE STARTS
WITH YOUR KIDNEYS
To stop falling hair at once anil rid
the scalp of every particle of dandruff,
get a .small bottle of delightful "Dan
derltie" at any drug or toilet counter
for a few cents, pour a little In your
hand and rub It into the scalp. After
several applications the hair usually
stops coming out ami you can't Hnd any
dandruff. Your hair will grow strong,
thick and long and appear soft ssy
ami twice as beautiful and abundant.
Try it ! Adv.
flr!inco ssr Hint old nsc lifglns with
weakened kidneys and digestive orgnuil.
This bolng true. It Is easy to believe
tlint liy keeping tiie kidneys nnd dir.i'N
live orKiins demised ami In proper work-In;-
nnliT old nee cun he ih'ferrrd and
life prolonged fur beyond Unit enjoyed
by the averuge person.
For over 200 years OOLD MEDAL
Jlnnrlota Oil tins been relieving the
weaknesses and disability due to ndvntic
lag years. Jt is a standnrd old-liluc
Inline remedy nnd needs no Introduction.
OOLD MKDAL Haarlem OH is Inclosed
In odorless, tasteless capsules contain
ing nlimit 5 drops cadi, 'i'uko them nn
you would a pill, with n swallow of
vuter. The oil stimulates thu Lltlucy
nrllon nnd enables thn cretins to throw
ofT the pi.lHinm which cinise prcniatnrn
olil nge. New life nnd strength Inrrenso
as you continue (lie t rent meat. When
completely restored enatiiiiin tnkln o
cnpsnlc or two each (In .v. COLD MKD
AL llnnrlcai Oil Ca, mules will keep ynu
in health nnd vigor mid prevent a return
of the disease.
Do not wait until old nge or dlsensi
nave setiieii uov.n lor gooil. At tlm lirst
slim that your kidneys are not workiuir
properly, go to yoi r druggist and get u
box of UULD MKDAL Haarlem Oil
Capsules. Money refunded if they do
not lidp you. Three slr.es. Hut re
nieinher to nnk for the origituil Imported
(iOLU MKDAL bruiid. In scaled 1 ack-aces.
The Uil pin and ipfttn it Uw t Kv vtf found," Myt 0. C Codu t m much pWu
with llunl'i UiMmrfOil"
Th pow.rfj hIinf warmth of tluftl'l Lithlniflf Ol rrhrvet pain whn other tniirenta fad.
Juil try a bottle tor that fpiain or for ihewnatttm, neuralgia, rlr.. and are for yourteH how A
ii. .-j i.. i al
quiuu .no l.ruy in own ..... up nq uiuppv.nk
"llunl'i Lihlnin OJ duet atl you rtetm lor il-and MORE," aayt one errihutUltic uaer.
Walk rifhl Into the hrtl dru note you ome lo and rt a J5f or a 70
A. B. Rirharda Medldea Cemoaar. Inc. Sherman. Teiaa .vkl I I
B I U Wm TT 95
First Overhead trolley.
The llr-t praetlenl overhead trolley
line was built in Kiumis rii In I SSI.
Ill whlcli tlouhle oxerhead conductors
were ueil. with a trolley wheel rldiicj
oil the top of the wire.
A prai In
til leiinin i.'hi.-rlni
W orl. here lm ' I Mlli
tile I n I- IimiI,
80LD FOR SO YEARS
Also Fine GenarsJ
SOLD BT All DIDO STOUS-
1 I in
IU'Vj:il AliKNTM V,NTi:il Wr
i ii'.iuiii lure rtinl ni-r..fiF.t() whlclt n'li .in
mult' V it in mult $inu .r wiiMi Miilur
I'm. u f'riinttin lrill.inHMilii( lrntlatia
i'iti:i: Mississirri JtAi- anh iiomh
m:kiu;ks- ;t iiu: to hi. ack i.andm.
AiMri'ii.i l.atij lurkt't, itcTlclluli. Mian.
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, Mo. 48--1919.
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An Interesting Record
"You'll Afjrce With Me.1
meant nothing to her. "t hey say Hint
eows ghe milk."
"Well, thill's the truth Hi't It?" link
ed Ml-s l!o--y. "If you mean us to
agree with yAu about that we Will, or
If you iiiean us to agree with you In
not agreeing with It "
"Now. Mls I lossy, don't say too
much mid get mixed up," Mild Mrs.
Cow. "Walt until I have llnMicd."
"Moo, iiino. wait until she litis fin
ished." the others said.
"They say t lint cows give mills,"
Mrs. t.'nw continued, "but we don't ac
tually give It."
"What do we do, moo, moo, what do
wo doV asked the other cows.
' "We make the farmer pay us In
hoard and lodgings." said Mrs. Cow.
j "I In. ha. raus are business creatures,
; we're paid for our mill;. Of eour.Mi
"And when food for us Is more ex
pensive the farmer charges more foi
the milk. You see we don't give our
milk exactly. We give It In return for
the payment of food and board."
"A good Idea," said the other cows
"Moo, moo, you're right. Wo don't
give our milk at nil. We give It In
return for something, for two things.
, "Yes, moo. moo, Mrs. Cow. we agri-e
' Willi you. You're a wise cow."
"And were nil wise ciiw, moo.
moo," said Mrs. Cow. "to Insist upon
hoard mid lodging in return for our
milk. Why Hint Is the way people do!
They give their time for work and In
return they get money which pays the
lent and buys the food !"
... ft... WH.C.IrrnHPi-.W.T
UiuDERCORNS ItemoTM Onrru. CU.
niNUtnywiiiw mnilort i IM
luuae. rift. I
f.ek mak.a w.l.loir lr. aac. uy "
lil4 aiaoot ctcaiiou -m
$10 a Day Easy
p,.,?.'d. ri.mpl.t. outfit fr Vour ow
She Knew It.
ITve-yearolil Margery was Invlled
to a party and, womanlike, lie wanted
n new frock.
Her mother, finding the child's pnrty
dress In good condition, rcftisHil to buy
Her father, trying to conso'e his lit
tle daughter, said:
"Let me see the dress, Mirgery."
She brought It out mid he said:
"Why, Margery. It Is verv pretty I
I've never ssn It before."
"Well." irspomlcd the child. "Pv
srvn It olllti."
Good Use for Surplice.
Little Hoy (in church for the first
time, as the surplleed choir enters,
whispers to his father) Are they all
going to have their hulr cut, father?
A Letter From the Mother of the Family
Winchester, Term., September 17, 1919.
I am the mother of seven boys and seven girls, all about grown. We, I suppose,
are one of the healthiest families in the South. . . We are a large family; you will
see very few families, mother and father, with fourteen grown children, who can say
that their health is better than ours, and we have used for our family medicine
THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT, and very little of anything else.
BLACK-DRAUGHT is the best liver tonic I have ever seen. We have used it
for headache, torpid liver and constipation, and it is just as recommended.
MRS. PEGGIE ROSE.
Insist on Thedford's Black-Draught
Powdered Liver Medicine, lite Original and Genuine.