Newspaper Page Text
CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, NEWS
DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TO DO Pitiful State in Which Mm. May Found Herself, and Low She Escaped. Opp, Ala. In a letter town, Mrs Carrie May w lows: "About two mow married, I began to hav weak spells, and terrible h from thla tes as fol ia after I very bad finches. 1 felt miserable all the time, and soon got to where 1 couldn't hardly stay up. After the third month I got down com pletely. I was young, had never been sick be fore, and I just didn't know what to do I thought : would die. My husband, at last, got me a bottle of Cardul, the woman's tonic, and It helped me so, he got another bottle. When I bad taken the second bottle 1 was well. I wish that every woman, suffering from womanly trouble, would give Cardul a trial. It is the best medicine on earth for womanly weakness." Are you weak, tired, worn-out? Do you suffer from any of the pains pe culiar to weak women? If so, take Cardul. As a remedy for women's ills, Cardul has been most successful It Is purely vegetable, composed of ingredients which have been found to build up the vitality and strengtnen the womanly constitution, as well as prevent or re lieve those terrible pains from which weak women suffer. Cardui it worth trying. Judging from the experience of a million other women who have been benefited by this remedy. It should surely do you good. . & TP? fc" Crtnoo Medicine Co. UdW Adviaory Drot . Chattanooga. Trnn . iot eft""' ''lr'"" on you r caae and64 page book. Home Treatment lor Women." aentin pta wrapper. Adv. Followed Suit. It was at a birthday banquet given the other evening by a prominent Paris millionaire banker. The fun waa at its height, when a lady cried out: "My pearl necklace haa disap peared!" Uproar followed, while every one suggest c(! plans for its recovery. Then the banker had a brilliant Idea. "We will place a salver in the mid dle of the room," he said, "lights will be extinguished, and the perpetrator of this silly joke will have an oppor tunity of restoring the missing neck lace." This was done. Then the, lights were turned on again and there was more consterna tion. The salver had disappeared. DON'T TAKE CALOMEL FOR LIVER TROUBLE! Have Yoo Heard of the New Constipation Remedy fro a. Hot Spring, Arkana, that Thoo saada are Joyfully Praiuag? Just go to your druggist to-day; aay I want a 25 cent box of HOT 8PRINGS LIVER BUTTONS; use them as directed and soon all your stomach, liver and bowel troubles will be over. The great physicians in Hot Springs prescribe them for constipation, slug gish liver. Indigestion, sick headache, dizziness, blotchy and sallow skin and they certainly are fine. Take safe, gentle, blissful HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS for a week. They will tone up the liver thoroughly, cleanse the bowels of poisonous accumulations and make you eat better, sleep better, work bet ter. They are great for nervousness and as a body tonic. Postal brings free sample from Hot Springs, Ark. Omy Let It Come. He Do you believe in love at first Sight? She (thirty-eight) I believe in any kind of love. Boston Evening Tran script. Water In hlulnir i adulteration. Glansand water makes liquid blue costly. Buy lied Croaa Ball lilim Adv. It takes a pessimist to worry over a Job lot of possibilities that never develop. S filial. I? rfJSL TRIED REMEDY t-bbb pjjS FOR THE GRIP. V 1 - - NEW MAYOR OF Adolph Kline, who has become mayor of New i Tork, was the Republican alderman from the Fifty-first district In Brooklyn, Is fifty five years I old and a native of Suaaex county, New Jersey. 1 He is the son of Margaret and Anthony Busby I Kline. He Is of Scotch-Irish strain on his I mother's side, while his father wan German Colonel Kline became president of the board i of aldermen July 7. 1913, automatically succeed- ' lna Jnhn Pnrrnv MltrhM frtrmn VimmA n body, who became collector of the port by appointment of President Wilson to succeed William Loeb, Mr. Kline was vice-chairman of the alder manic board from January 1, lfll, until the date of his succession to the presidency of the board. Aa a member of the aldermanlo board he has served on many Important committees. Mr. Kline attended private and public 1 schools at Andover and Newton, N. J. In 1877 ! he entered the employ of W. C. Peet A Co., ! New York city, where he contlnned until 18M. Colonel Kline was nominated in 1903 for ' sheriff of Kings county on the Republican tick et. Though defeated, he ran about 6.000 votaa ! ahead of the head of the ticket. In the following year he waa elected to represent the Fifty-first district In ! the board of aldermen for the term of 1804-6. He was returned for the period of 1906-7. On January 1, 1908, he was appointed assistant appraiser of merchandise for the port of New York by President Roosevelt COURTESY OF Garrett, with the most gracious manner possible, announced that a wedding took precedence over a lobby hearing, and all went aa happy aa a marriage bell The committee adjourned in time to let young Ackerman .ry on hla silk gloves, and no one suffered for a lack of newa. NO "HOOKING Observations made during a summer session of congress seem to acquaint one with the true Inwardness of things much more vividly than those made during the winter sessions. Swel tering In his hotel one torrid evening, a promi nent leader was bemoaning his lot. Only a few miles distant a. delightful summer home await ed hla coming, but alas he was detained here to look after the caucus. Yet John Kern, sen ator from Indiana, had no Intention of "hooking Jack" from duty. It was a humid evening and the perspiration stood in beads on his broad brow, and how could a human senator be ex pected to forget the home of his heart, amid the Virginia mountains? Here his father was born, and In emigrating to the west, the elder Kern dreamed of the time when he might re turn and own the land which so greatly and wonderfully figured In the pictures of boyhood. His wishes were more than fulfilled, for he spent many happy days at the old home during the sunset of life. Senator Kern is known as a true Hoosler. Like many Indtanans his forefathers came from Virginia to Kentucky and thence to his old home town of Kokomo are BRIGADIER GENERAL r he medal of honor voted him by congress was won on July 1 at San where he encouraged "those near him by hla bravery and coolness. oetng snot CBrotuKU the bead and NEW YORK CITY FINIS J. GARRETT Three cheers for Representative Finis J. Garrett of Tennessee, the chairman of the spe cial committee of the house which is Investigat ing the long-drawn-out charges by Colonel Mul hall that a choice collection of grafters could make congress eat out of their hands at any hour of the day and night On a recent afternoon, when young Mr. Me Mlchael was telling how he used to work with McDermott on various schemes in which the two of them were interested. It suddenly dawn ed upon several newspaper men present that if the committee kept on with its hearings much longer that day and if they held a night session there would be consternation in certain quarters owing to the fact that handsome young Mr. Sartwell of the Associated Press was to be married that evening, and many of the news paper men present were to be ushers, guests and general background for the affair. So Bob Dougan. E. F. Ackerman and Joe Annln, aa a committee, told Representative Garrett that . either the wedding would be sllmly attended or the world would go without the news of the lobby investigation. And Mr. JACK" FOR KERN Ohio. With associated stirring memories of youth. ALBERT L MILLS Sub. 'immwtik Brigadier General Albert L Mills, one of the bravest and most accomplished officers in the regular army, haa been detailed to give hia time and talents to the organized militia of the nation the second line of defense. In the event of a long war no man would be of more importance He would bring the raw recruits into action. The undisciplined hosts would be trained and armed under his direction. Indeed, he Is now doing everything that is possible against the day of peril to the country. The personal experiences of General MWa make one of the most thrilling chapters in the history of the war with Spain. Years ago 1m fought Indians on the plains and in the moun taina of the west At Fort Leavenworth, where he waa on duty at the cavalry and Infantry school, he wrote a book on the Virginia cam paigns of 186S. He was a captain when the Maine went down in the harbor of Havana. In Cuba, quoting the language of hia commander. General Young, "he participated with distin guished gallantry and conspicuous ability in all the engagements preceding the final ear render of Santiago." entirely without sight" That Moved Him. "Is that clock right?" asked the visitor, who had already outstayed his welcome. His hostess yawned. "Oh, no!" she said. "That's the clock we alv The obdura "The Vis "What a cut clock!" call "Tho Visitor'." ne sat down again, be remarked, name to give a His hostess ventured an explana tion. "Yon see," she cooed sweetly, "we call It that because we can never make It go!" And then he went. Able Assistant. The small son of a clergyman who Was noted for his tiresome sermons overheard two friends of his father saying how dry they were, and how hard It wan to keep awake during them. The following Sunday, while the minister was preaching, he was astounded to sec his son throwing pebbles at the congregation from the gallery. The clergyman frowned angrily at him, when the boy piped out In a clear treble voice: "It's all right, pop. You go on preaching; I'm keeping them awake." RINGWORM SPREAD ON HAND R. F. D. No. 2, Box 67, Ellijay, Ga. "My son's ringworm began on the back of his hand. A fiery red spot came about as large aa a dime and it would itch so badly he would scratch It till It bled. It began tc spread till It went all over his band. He would Just scream every time I went to wash It. The nail came off on the middle linger. "I used and It got worse all the time. The trouble lasted two or three months. Then I sent and got some Cutlcura Soap and Ointment and began to use them. I would wash his hand with the Cutlcura Soup and dry it good and apply the Cutlcura Ointment. Relief was found in two or three days and the ringworm was cured in two weeks after using Cutl cura Soap and Ointment" (Signed) Josle Parks, Jan. 4, 1913. Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold throughout the world. Sample of each free. with 32-p. Skin Book Address post card "Cutlcura, Dept. L, Boston." Adv. Sorry for the Chickens. Dorothy was visiting her grandpar ents In the country for the first time. Seeing a quantity of feathers scatter ed about the barnyard, she shook her head in disapprcval. "Grandpa," she told him gravely, "you really ought to do something to keep your chickens from wearing out so." Everybody's Magazine. Forced Industry. "You must have had some strong Inspiration when you wrote thla poem." "Verily," said the poet, "I had." "And what was it, may I ask?" "A dispossession notice." During courtship days evory girl is a peach no matter if she does develop the characteristics of a lomen later. A man with a grouch can find fault where it doesn't exist. af" 11 rnuni ors r-ru-r AWgetabie Preparation for As simila ting the Food and Reg uU ling the Stomachs and Bowels of m Promotes DigesKon.Cheerfui ness and Rest Contains neilhsr Opium, Morphine nor Mineral Not Narcotic Mtmw sou otSAmmrmm JkcJmmm - Arjctiect Remedv forConsHoa- lion . Sour Stomach. Diarrhow, Worms .Convulsions .Ftvtriah- ncsa and LOSS Of SLSBP Facsimile Signature of Tub Centaur Company. NEW YORK. TV HI kiararttced under I he Poodssj Esact Copy of Wrapper. AwmM - JrKawJrwlpal M0T I INDIGESTION GAS OR UN STOMACH Time it! Pape's Diapepsin ends all Stomach misery in five minutes. Do some foods you est hit back- taste good, but work badly; ferment into stubborn lumps and cause a sick, sour, gassy stomach? Now, Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic, Jot this down : Pape's Diapepsin digests everything, leaving nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything so safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach is disordered yon will get happy relief in five minutes, but what pleases you most is that it strengthens and regulates your stom ach so you can eat your favorite foods without fear. You feel different as soon as "Pape's Diapepsin" comes in contact with the stomach distress Just vanishes your stomach gets sweet, no gases, no belch ing, no eructations of undigested food. Go now, make the best investment you ever made, by getting a large fifty cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any store. You realize In five minutes how needless it Is to suffer from Indiges tion, dyspepsia or bad stomach. Adv. Busy. Gabe Smith seemB to be a busy man. Steve Yes, he has hives, prickly heat, hay fever and a favorite team In five different baseball leagues. Nothing equals Dean's Mentholated Cough Drops for Bronchial weakness, sore cheats, and throat troubles Ac at all Druggists. Some men fail to meet their obliga tions because they are headed the other way. No"Let Up" There will be no,"let up" in that distress after eating until you H first help the stomach and digestive system back to health and m strength. For this work HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS I is particularly well ad- B bjj apted. It brings back mm appetite, aids digestion, keeps the bowels open and improves health in I general. Try a bottle. I W. N. U.. Oklahoma City, No. 40-19U CASTORIA For Infanti and Childrsn. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TMS SSNTSUR SMMnv, mmm fmm mm.