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THE HQLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROQK, ARIZ., MAY 19, 1922.
HOW TWO worn ESCAPED OPERATIONS Doctor Advised Use of Lydia EL Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Happy Results in Both Cases Gajessf GOTHAM 8tJosepb,Missoori. '"Both of my rides welled and hurt me so that 1 wold not more or do any of my work. There wu heavy pressure and paina through my lower organs and the doctor told me to try Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound for these troubles. He said I had this one chance, and if the Vegetable Cora pound did not help me nothing bat an operation would. After taking several bottles I felt it was helping me and bow I am able to do my own work. If my testimonial will help others I shall be glad for them to read it and hope your Vegetable Compound will do them as much good as it did me." Mrs. Wv. Lockman, 613 N. 4th St, 6t Joseph, Mo. White Plains. N. Y. "I had such a pain that I could hardly walk and the doctor said that I needed an opera tion. I was sick for a year before I started taking your medicine and I could not work. I saw your advertise ment in a little book and that is how I came to take Lydia E. Pinkham's medicines. I have been taking the Pinkham's Blood Medicine, also Lydia E. Pinkham's Liver Pills and used Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash and the capsules and prescrip tion recommended. I am doing all my work and have gained twenty pounds. I am taking the medicines (till, but I feel fine. You have my permission to use this letterfor the good of others." Mrs. MAB4fMARg,37HsmlltonAve., White Plains, N. Y. Some female troubles may through neglect reach a stage when an opera tion Is necessary. But most of the commoner ailments are not the sur gical ones; they are not caused by serious displacements, tumors, or growths, although the symptoms may appear the same. When distorting ailments first ap pear, take Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound to relieve the pres ent distress and prevent more seri ous troubles. Many letters have been received from women who have been restored to health by Lydia . Pink ham's Vegetable Compound after op erations bave been advised by attend ing physicians. Vegetable Compound and Lydia E. Lydia E. Pinkham's Private Text-Book upon "Ailments Peculiar to Women" will be sent you free upon request. Write to the Lydia E. Pinkbam Medicine Co Lynn, Massachusetts. This book contains valuable Information. Gent of the Old School. Gipsies apparently do not take much stock In the newer feministic theories. A swarthy nomad and bis gaily-dressed wife came Into a cigar store on Cadillac square. Be bought some good cigars for himself and a package of pipe tobacco for her. She demonstrated with him in gipsy lan guage about something, turned her back to him and started for the door. Bis face clouded with anger, he raised his large foot and administered a lus ty kick that was forceful enough to send her through the swinging doors. She made no protest and they walked away together. Detroit News. The best security a man can have Is a good name. Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION 12 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief EIL-AMS . 25s) and 75$ Package Everywhere "Vaseline" Carbolated Petroleum Jelly " is an effective, antiseptic first-aid dressing for cuts, wounds and insect bites. Ithelps prevent infection. CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO. CeMolMaM State Street New Yrk DONT DESPAIR If yon are troubled with pains or aches; feel tired; have headache, indigestion, insomnia; painful pas sage of urine, you will find relief in COLD MEDAL The srarid's standard wmedy for kidney, Brar, MaiMer and eric add troubles and Msssonal Remedy of Holland sicca 1696. Three si ins, all druggists. taak far tfca mm CaU Mml a avary fcaa 'Stop Hiccougna. "There la, I believe, only one spe cific for hiccoughs," says an eminent physician, "and that is a small dose of vinegar, sweetened with as much sugar as It will absorb. I have used this remedy when the annoyance has passed almost into the dangerous stage, and never knew a case which one dose would not relieve and two cure." Shave With Cutlcura 8oap And double your razor efficiency as well as promote skin purity, skin com fort and skin health. No mug, no slimy soap, no germs, no waste, no irri tation even when shaved twice dally. One soap for all uses shaving bathing and shampooing. Advertisement. Hard to Satisfy. A few years ago educators com' plained that pupils knew too much about sports and too little about poli tics, and now they point to the igno rance of sports among pupils as an indication that they dont keep up with the times. James J. Montague. A REWARD OF $5,000.00 Would be a small amount to pay lor saving a man a life. XI you could save your life for a dollar bill would you hesitate to spend it? You risk your life everytime you drive your car in the rain because you can t see through your windshield. A dollar bill sent to the Baltimore Sae-Thra Corporation, Baltimore, . Maryland, will ensure you having a clear wind shield for the next three years, as their preparation is guaranteed to keep your glass as clear as a sum mer's day. Nothing like it on the market. One application will last as long as a ram storm even if it lasts a month. It is absolutely guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refund ed. Send for it today and be pre pared for the next rain storm. Ad vertisement. Expansive Love. Ethel Oh, Richard, when we are married I don't think I could live In a little flat. Fiance Ton don't love me when you say that, Ethel. Ethel Oh, yes, I do ; but not on such a small scale. WOMEN NEED SWAMP-ROOT Thousands of women have kidney and bladder trouble and never suspect it. Women's complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other or gans to become diseased. Pain in the back, headache, loss of am bition, nervousness, are often times symp toms of kidney trouble. Don't delay starting treatment. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a physician's pre scription, obtained at any drug store, may be just the remedy needed to overcome such conditions. Get a medium or large size bottle im mediately from any drug store. However, if you wish first to test this neat preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. Advertisement. The original family tree was of the apple variety. Statues and characters are molded with little touches. WARNING! Say "Bayer" when you fcuy Aspiriri. Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians over 22 years and proved safe by millions for Headache Colds Rheumatism Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain" Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions. Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets Also bottles of 24 and 100 Druggists. ItfWM la the trade auk sf Barer Maaafsctva at Ifaasnaitkscjdastar tt BallcjUesat Horse Aged 51 Astonishes the World YORK. All the world of horse-lovers is talking about Clo ver, n Hnnibletonian trotting horse. Why? Because Clover is alive and hearty at fifty-one years of age which is believed to be a world record. Clover's owner Is the Rev. Dr. Uriah Meyers, seventy-five, former pastor of St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran church of Cutawissa, Pa. The rev erend gentleman, retired on a pension, had become so poor thnt it looked as If lie and Clover would have to part. The New York World got hold of the story of man and horse. Financial and other aid for both man and horse was the immediate result of publicity. And how the horsemen are talking about Clover! "I bought Clover In 1SS4," said Ed win J. Walker of Philadelphia. Foui years later I sold him practically gave him to Doctor Myers. my cousin, who promised him a home for life and used him in his pn store I work. Clover is a dark bay, 16 hands, of Hambletonion stock. He's a double- gaited horse trots a"d swings into a pace. I often drove him over the Wisnhloken drive to wagon or sleigh and used to win the basket of wine offered in the old Jays to the first to reuch Falrmount Inn. He could trot 'n 2:17, and when .he was forty- two I drove him a quarter In 36 sec onds. He was always "babied"; thai accounts for his age, I suppose. He still has his teeth and his eyes are good ; he knows me every time I visit Mr." Myers. I had Clover's pedigree, but lost It. He raced under another name." Horse experts the world over agree that fifty-one years Is an unheard-of age for . a horse any kind of a horse on four legs. Kingston, the famous American thoroughbred, achieved . ad ditional fame by living to twenty eight A Canadlnn horse is known to have lived to the age of at least thirtv-eirht. An English pony Is stated to have lived to be thirty-nine. Common-Law Widow Wins $50,000 Estate TEXVER. Frances Ryan was de dared the legal widow of the late X. D. Dnnlkas, former Greek res taurant owner, and as such entitled to control of the SoO.OOO estate of her husband. In a decision given by Judge C. J. Morley In the District court. Judge Morley held that a common law marriage had been consummated between the woman and Danikns dur ing the course of a three-months' trip she accompanied him on to French Lick Springs, Ind., and Rochester, Minn., where he died last March. When Danikas died he left a will under which the then Miss Ryan was given a bequest of $1,000 and the rest of the estate was given in trust to establish dowries for the poor maid ens of Dnnlkas' native city, Dlbrl Greece. X. P. Calgeros, the local vice consul, was appointed executor of the will, and he has been resisting the efforts of the widow to get the estate of the husband as his sole heir. Judge Morley In his decision held that the marriage had been consum mated by the mutual consent and ac knowledgment of the couple and that evidence offered had established the fact that they were known and be lieved to be man and wife by all the acquaintances they met on 'the trip which Just preceded Danikas' death. The trial of the case bad attracted wide attention among Greeks In this country, witnesses having come to testify fcr the administrator from Tennessee, Georgia, Illinois and other distant states, while others had come from distant towns in the Rocky Mountain district merely to attend the hearings. Wife Charges Triangle; Odd Features WIFE CHICAGO. Dr. Florence Fowler, resident alienist of the Cook Coun ty hospital, lias been named Jn a di vorce suit that chnrges a triangle out of the ordinary. The bill was filed in the Dupage County court at Wheaton by Mrs. Emanuel H. Kuttner of Lom bard, wife of the wealthy secretary of the Illinois Ballast and Improve ment company. With the bill on file in the Dupage county records is an Injunction re straining Mr. Kuttner from disposing of any of his property real estate In Florida, the Lombard home and stock In the company of which he Is secre tary, or from entering the Lombard home. The bill charges the mainte nance of a "love nest" by Mr. Kuttner for Doctor Fowler at 1053 North Aus tin avenue, lu a fashionable district Mrs. Kuttner, at the Lombard home. told how. after sixteen years of mar ried life, her husband had left her and gone to live with Doctor Fowler. She told how, as she believes, her husband planned to chr.rge her with being insane, and of visits of Doctor Fowler to her Lombard home with Mr. Kuttner, which, ;he wife believes, were to hnve been the basis for the insanity charge. "All the charges are absurd and un true," said Doctor Fowler. "Mrs. Kuttner Is a strange woman a be liever In spiritualism, astrology, and all sorts of occultism. She claims to hold communion with the stars and says they always guide her right. "These charges against me are merely the product of her imagination. Once she said she was the reincarna tion of Cleopatra, and once she said she was the queen of Sheba." Widow's Evidence Doubles Jury's Aware' JERSEY CITY, X. J. Damages of $.V.000 were awarded to Vincent Earl Lembeck, twenty-seven, of Eas ton. Pa., by a jury In the Hudson County Supreme court, which found that he was the illegitimate grandson of the late Henry Lembeck, million aire brewer, and entitled to a share In the estnte. According to testimony at the trial the plaintiff's mother, Mrs. Josephine De Cartier Coughlin, was employed thirty years ago as a cook In a resi dence near the Lembeck mansion. She became acquainted with the brewer's son. Victor, who is alleged to have en tered Into n common law marriage with her. Just before the child was bom Vic tor is alleged to have confessed that he already was married and to have pleaded with the woninn not "to wreck his life." She went to Kaston and raised her son. unknown to friends of the'Lemberk family until the suit was filed a few months ago. Testimony as to Victor's relation ship with Mrs. Coughlin was supplied in a spectacular manner by his right ful widow, who declared that shortly before he died Victor confessed that he had an illegitimate son and gave her the latter s baby clothes, embroid ered with the boy's Initials, to keep. This widow produced these garments In court and the mother collapsed at the sight of them. While Vincent sued for only $25,000 the Jury returned a verdict for more than twice that amount on the ground that lucent had lived in obscurity all his life and had been deprived of rights which might have been his years ago for the asking. Mike Will Get a Free Hunting License put'l CUl.i...... COLO. Michael M.ilihin, a northern Colorado farm er, has written to state game warden for ii f-ee hunting license nml snvo he's tl.v i-ictiin of more kinds of hard luck than he can shake n stick ut. His letter says in part: "Lust week, for instance, a hndirer came along one night and got Into my henhouse and killed 41 full-irrown March pullets outright, and eat parts of six a total loss. "We can't keep any house cats, nnv more to keep down the mice. rats. ground squirrels, chipmunks and the like. Coyotes come around at night, and besides cleaning us out of chick ens, they wulk off with our cats. "Xow we have about seven kinds ol mice. They eat roots and feed of all kinds. They clean up a space In an alfalfa field of thirty feet In diameter, and they make four to six places on each of my acres. "The prslrle dogs keep down every thing before It can grow an Inch above the ground. "Xow when a man has Ighty oi ninety acres to cultivate and buy ammunition, poison and traps for, be sides the time It takes to fight these pests, it's like committing slow sui cide, by working eighteen hours out of twenty-four, the whole year around ond throughout. "Me and the old lady Is a-gettln? tired of this kind of fancy living, and unless you do something for me light now and right away, I'm pulling out I'll pull out for nothing. It wouldn't tuke long to pull out and leave mj land and let the Dests hava it th whole cliabang." Why Castoria? YEAES ago Castor Oil, Paregorlo, Drops and Soothing Syrups- were the remedies' in common use for Infants and Children; Castor Oil so nauseating as to be almost impossible "and the others all containing Opium in one form or another,, but so disguised as to make them pleasant to the taste, yet really to stupify the' child and give the appearance of relief from pain. : It required years of research to find a purely vegetable combination that would take the place of these disagreeable, unpleasant and vicious remedies that from habit had become almost universal This was the inception ofj and the reason for, the introduction of Fletcher's Castoria, and for over 30 years it has proven its worth, received the praise of Physicians everywhere and become a housenold word among mothers. A remedv ESPECIALLY prepared for Infants and Children and no mother would think of giving to her baby a remedy that she would use for herself without consulting a physician. . . Children Cry For fltet Contents 15 fluid Drarircfl "' J." jAifiAt -o own G KNT. l-iAVclabteuAs-; V I sTI H 1 k -slsssls sisat4tsn WJt mm mm m m m v m m m m m m m UA Ul.ft l ji i w y ii v vi 11 11 i i .r,Trn1 neither Oplajn,Morphtoen Mineral NotNahcotic (UrtlfiS. t.infIDrme(lvfttf' To Have You Tried It? Everybody has read the above headline; how " many believe ft? Have yon a little-one in the home, and has that dear little mite when its stomach was not just right felt the comforts that come with the use of Fletcher's Castoria? Ton have heard the cry of pain. Have you heard them cry for Fletcher's Castoria? . Try it. Just help baby out of its trouble tomorrow with a taste of Cas toria. Watch the difference in the tone of the cry, the look in the eye, the wiggle in the tiny fingers. The transformation is complete from pals to pleasure. Try it. You'll find a wonderful lot of information about Baby in the booklet that is wrapped around every bottle of Fletcher's Castoria, GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Exact Copy of Wrapper. NO TIME FOR EXPLANATIONS I HAD SPEECH WITH GOVERNOR I ALL THESE PROVOKE SMILES Young Woman Simply Felt Herself the Victim of Circumstances, and ' Went Her Way. "I was walking along Fourteenth street," said a young woman artist, "and . I saw a woman ahead of me pushing a baby carriage. There was a baby in the carriage, and the baby was holding the string of 4 rubber balloon. I noticed that the. balloon was unusually large, probably due to Its being Inflated beyond its rated capacity. "Just as I passed the baby carriage the balloon exploded. Went 'Pop !' and " disappeared. Apparently the mother was looking some other, direc tion at the time and when she turned her head, saw the balloon was gone and I was going and slfe connected me with the catastrophe. "She eyed me malevolently. . "Of all the mean tricks!' she exclaimed, and then attempted to console the balloon less Infant. Did I deny causing the balloon to burst? I did not. - I was merely another victim of circumstan tial evidence." Baltimore American. Would Be Unfortunate. Vicar Ail sinners,' Mary, will be vashed whiter tiian snow. Old Bepjrar Woman Not 'them as truly repents, I 'ope, sir. Boston Transcript. As in Football. Life is full of uds and downs and it takes a wise fellow to make his downs help him toward his goal. Boston rranscript. Certainly Short, but the Incident Gladdened the Heart of This Indiana Small Boy. When Governor McCray and others boarded an interurban to visit the new reformatory site at . Pendleton they found the car already well filled. The governor sat down by a small boy from Fortvllle and a moment later asked him to exchange seats with another member of the party so that, they could continue a conversa tion.' Shortly ' afterward the : lad's seatmate disclosed to the boy tbat It was the governor he had accommo dated. 'The Incident made an Impression and when the boy reached home he boasted to his father that he had seen the governor and had spoken to him. "Is that so?" said his dad, skep tically, "and what did the governor say to you?" . "Oh," he said, "would you Just as soon sit in that seat over there, son?" Indianapolis News. Piker. "Daniel was a piker; he didn't have any nerve 1" The thin, pale persdn, who muttered thus, lifted his lip with a sneer. "He was a piker," he added, scorn fully. "He only went into a den of Hons." A moment passed, a moment of tense contempt. "V he continued, "I am a greater man than Daniel was I For I am on my way to Interview the cashier at the bank where I am overdrawn I"- Various Kinds of Ladles Who Exclt the Risibilities of the Writer In Humorous Publication. Ladles make me laugh ladles wbe dress like Kewpie dolls; ladles wbe are always arranging slumming par ties ; ladles who arrive at the theater during the'mlddle of the first act and practically stop the performance ; - In dies who tell fortunes; ladles who spend 12 hours a day in restaur ants; ladles- who organize welfare leagues and are forever talking about them ; ladles who know all about rela tivity; ladies who embroider their bridge playing with telephone calls, gossip and risque stories; ladles who are habitually one hour and twenty minutes late for all appointments t ladles who are shocked at anythlng they don't understand; ladles from. Columbus, O., who, having spent nln months In Paris, completely forget their native tongue; ladles who have never been understood; ladles who don't know when a romance ends; ladles who are continually dwelling--on the fact that they are ladles. From Life. Consistency. Betty "The idea of Bob whist llng to attract my attention; I felt In sulted and wouldn't notice him Hark I What's that? It's Jack honking hlsv auto horn for me to come out. Excuse me, dear, I must go." Best feature of the admiration of the people for art Is that they dont pick flaws In the technique. I,.- 8 iitE&k The Thrifty Citizen Who Caught the Plugged Nickel R. BROWN had swallowed his lunch and had paid his bill. Cautiously he counted his change. Here!" he said, sharply, Take back this plugged nickel and give me a good one!" Mr. Brown walked proudly out. fool old Brown. But old Brown had fooled rtimq!f. They couldn't Brown's day was heavy and dull. He lacked " pep." There was a mid-afternoon drowsy spell when he needed to-be awake the direct and natural result of heavy, starchy breakfasts and lunches, taken on faith and without question as to value just because the food looked and tasted like food. Thousands of shrewd business men who count their change, take their food for granted. That s what buOds up the sani tarium business, and puts the tired "all -done" feeling into the mid afternoon of a business day. Grape-Nuts is a scientific food whose delicious, appetizing flavor and crispness are an introduction to well-balanced nourishment a nourishment easily and quickly as similated, so that body, brain and nerves are well fed and kept free of the stored up poisons left by so many ill-selected foods. ' Served with cream or good mfllr, Grape-Nuts is a complete food, al ways ready, always a delight to the taste and always a safe selection for the man who thinks his stomach is entitled to some of the same pro tection he gives to his pocket. Grape-Nuts The Body Builder "There's a Reason" Made by Postum Cereal Company, Inc., Battle Creek, Mich.