The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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THIS CROSRYTfW VEVTFW
■ ■ AND SO WEAK
Lady 'Suffered- Terribly for Eight
Weeks ButHer CaseShowed
Wonderful Improvement kf~
- .: After Taking Cardui.
Johnson City, Tenn.—Mrs. M;\ R;
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Scott, living near tills town, states:
"About three, years ago I was'down In
bed ; - . . terrible and so weak I
/ couldn't bear the sight of food. This
condition -continued for about- eight
f weeks ' . . I thought I was go-
ing to die, and knew I must get some-
thing to do me some geod. I had
heard alio my life of Cardui and the
good results obtained from its use.
- So I decided to try it.
After about a naif bottle"of'^rdui"
my appetite improved, then I was less
. , nervous. I kept it up until I had
taken five bottles—and sncfa an ' tpi-'
provement! I gained flesh and now
' cm the picture of health, due, I be-
5 Jieve, solely to the use of Cardui. I
am the mother of ten children and
feel well and strong."
Cardui is a mild, medicinal toliic
■ for women. It has stood the most
severe of all tests—the'test of time,
having been . in use for over forty
—ggajgw— If is composed- of -purely—veg—
etable ingredients, which. have been
found to help build up the vitality,
tone up the nerves, and strengthen
the womanly constitution.
■ •There nt:iy he a wrong way to do
Hght, but there is fro right way to Jo
A BRIGHT, CLEAR COMPLEXION
is always admired, and it is the lauda-
ble hmhition of every woman to do all
she can to make herself attractive.
M any of our southern women have
found that Tetteruu>-is invaluable for
clearing up blotches, - itchy patches,
etc., and making thc'jskin soft and
velvety. ThVnvolrst cases of eczema
iiii<1 other torturing skin diseases yield
to Tetterine. Sold by druggists or sent
by mail for 50c. by Shuptrine Co.,
A man'is lucky if he can sell his
experience for one-tenth " its cost
Red Cross Bali Blue Is the finest
product of. Its kind in the world. Ev-
ery woman who has used it knows
this statement to be true.
Those who buy what they don't need
are likfcly soon to need what ibey can't
DEATH RATTLE *0F
CALOMEL IN SOUTH
EARLY all afternoon gowns tor
the- season now passing have
been made of plain cloths and the
spring finds us prepared to welcome
something different. New figured silks
and light weight wools7 in dull plaids
or cross-bars, foretell afternoon frock's
traveling away from one-color cloths
and familiar designs. Their creators,
dealing with new fabrics, are inspired
to delight us with models as original
find handsome as appears in the digni-
fied dress shown in the picture above.
Any of the finer fabrics, whether of
silk, wool or cotton, might be success-
fully built into a dress like this. In
this frock the straight-hanging skirt
is arranged in wide box plaits, with the
distance' between them equaling their
width. It is the regulation shoe-top
length with three-inch hem, and these
| nrlef details cover its description. A
! very graceful overgarnit*,H amounts to
I a short coat, with front and back pan-
els extended to the knees and finished
w i them 11 roidered motifs-in si Ik -floss.
The coat is shortened over the hips,
where a little fullness in the material
suggests something of the fasMonabte
flare at the sides. Three-quarter lengtli
sleeves are finished with a band and
tabs of ribbon, in which the band slips
through the tabs. The neck is finished
in the same way with long ties of rib-
bon hanging at the front. Round, satin-
covered buttons are set in a row at
each side of the: front, where the over-
garment opens over a vest of plaited
white georgette. Black satin ribbon,
like that used for the ties, makes thg
narrow, plain girdle.
RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR.
To half pint of water add 1 oz. Bay Rum,
"a small box of Barbo Compound, and %
oz. of gly-CQjine. Apply to the hair twice a
■ week until "it-becomes, the desired shade.
-Any-dt'uggisfc-ean put this tip or you can
mix it at home at very little cost. It will
gradually darken streaked, faded gray hair,
mid will make harsh hair soft and glossy.
It will not co'or the scalp, is not sticky or
greasy, and does fioi rub oft'.—A-dv. . _
" Tew women know how to grow old
■gracefully—and even they do not want
Hats for Crisp Springtime
Dodeon is Destroying Sale of Danger-
ous Drug with His "Liver
Tone." V •
You're, bilious, sluggish, constipated
and believe you need vile, dangerous
calomel to start your liver and clean
your bowels. ■
Here's Godson's guarantee! Ask you
druggist, for a .bottle of Dodson's Liyer
Tone and take a spoonful tonight. If
it doesn't start your liver and straight-
en you right up better than calomel
and without gripingor making you sick
I want you to go back to the store and
get your money. v -
>, Take calomel today and tomorrow
you^m-fefel weak airdTjick aid-nau-
seated. Don't lose a day's, work. Take
a spoonful .of harmless, vegetable
Dodson's Liver Tone, tonight and wake
up feeling great. It's perfectly harm-
less, so give it to your children any
time. It can't salivate so lit them eat
anything afterwards.—Adv. ■ '
Beauty kills time,
and time kills
DYE.D HER BLOUSE,
' SKIRT AMD A-COAT
"Diamond Dyes" Turned1 Faded,
Shabby, Old Apparel Into New.
Don't worry about perfect- results.
Use "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to
give a new, rich, fadeless'color to any
fabric, whether it be wool, silk, linen.
c-o:tbn or mixed, goods,—dresses,
blouses, stockings, skirts, children's
Direction Book in package tells how
to diamond dye over any color. To
match any material, have dealer show
you "Diamond Dye" Color Card.—Adv.
Time is stage money of the hobo.
Flow's This ?
"We offer '100.00 for any case of catarrh
that cannot ho cured by , HALL'S
HAUL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is tak-
en internally and arts through the Blaod
on the Mucous Surfaces, of the System. —
Sold by druggists for over forty years. ,
Price 75.C. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co;, Toledo, Ohio.
Discretion is more to be;desired than
Every department of housekeeping
needs Red Cross Ball Blue. Equally
good for kitchen towels, table linen,
sheets and pillowcases, etc.
When fines fail to deter lawbreakers
it is high time to try jail sentences.
Infections or inflammations of the Eyes,
whether from external or Internal causes,
are promptly healed by the use of Roman
Bye Balsam at night upon retiring. Adv.
father, the bovs
a&a siriss It's
t!CXi IV3GL.J \Le Mtl!
ages—at work or
When you're ^
nervous or fired
see how it
THE PERFECT GUM ri&SIS
A rusty nail
but the careful
maketh a sore foot,
man avoideth much
Sp) 6 B ELL-AM S
Sis re Relief
, BE LL-ANS
HptfFOR- INDUGIgSTiON -
. ;, Acid-Stomach
. flakes 9 Out ©f 8®
^ Dortors' declare that mo.r<5:..than 70 non-
organic diseases can be "traeffl to Acid-
. Stomach- StBrllnp with indigestion. Uoart-
burn, belching, iood-rqpeatinff, bloat, sour,
gassy stomach, the entire syf em eventually
becomes affected, every vital orpran suiterlng
In some decree or other. You see those vic-
tims of Acid-Stom'ach everywhere—people
• who are. subject to nervousness, hemlache,
insomnia, btliousnoss—people who suffer from
r^otomatlBm. Iumbdero, sciatica and aches.ant!
• " pains all over the body. It is pate to eay
that about 9 people out of 10 suffer, to aomo
extent from Acid-Stomach. , . '
If you suffer from stomach trouble or,
even If you do not feel any stomach distress,
yet . are weak and aillnK, feel tired and
rtraBfred out, ilaclc "pep" and enthusiasm and
knew that romethlnij. Is wronu atthough you
^ • cannot locate -the. exact cause of your XSQM"
ble—you naturally want to get back your
™g^ip.-^on health-ttB <lulekty a«-i)ossil>lfr;- Then-
take BATONtC, the wonderful modern rem-
edy that brings quick ffcliet from pains ot
indigestion, belchlmr, gassy blOati etc. Keep
vo'ur stomach, strong,' clean' add sweet. See
how your general health Improves—how
quickly the old-time vim, vigor and vitality
comna back! ' .
Get a. big SOe box of I3ATONIC from yout .
: drugglBt today. It is guaranteed to plen^
you. ^f you are not dWisfied your druBglst
will rofund your money,
Croft y6QR acro-STOMACa> ■
Cuiieura for Sore Hands.
Soak hands on retiring .in the hot suds
of Cuticura Soap, dry and rub in Cu-
ticura Ointment. Remove surplus
Ointment with tissue paper. This is
only one of the things Cuticura will do
If Soap, Ointment and Talcum are used
for all toilet purposes.—Adv. '
Half the troubles we complain of
.ore- troubles because TCe .euuipiain uf
A Lovely Garden At
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ultimate in highly cultured garden rosea whose
sturdiness and beauty are the result of more
, than B0 years devoted unswervingly to the
raising and cultivating of garden " roses and
other fltiwersr HAVI2 A GARDEN TIIIS mB*
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• Beautiful FREE Catalog
that will tell you in a very easy, practical way'
how to grow flowers of every kind. Our new
1920 catalog magnificently illustrates and de-
, scribes over S,000 varieties of roses and flowers.
It wUl be Bla<ily-n«>nt/ ——
VESTAL ® SON
I®. O. Bos &SG Dept. C \ KJMjr; Rock. Ark.
''Have you any iivuneuhir relatives?"
ftNo; hffi\ren'^4i-4iU8ease of.-any kintUliu
"AVlmt dry vnn
ryinu a prize, iigliter.?".. ,,.
"Shi; must have been hard kit.".
UMMERTIMK may bring big . and
wide-brimmed hats, . and already
rumor is making generous promises
in that respect, "but for eftrly spring
the number of small hats hardly leaves
room for the consideration of anything
The smalt tailored- hats for early
wear,, are brilliant in inverse ratio to
their size. Everything, 'almost, that,
finds place in their construction or
trimming Is "shiny." Straw and silk
braids, and many fabrics have a var-
nished, high-luster surface.
_]lfqriv ■nff-fli'p-fncp . s11;i,n£g_
.Hands of ribbon and riietal buckles
make its neat finish. The little.hat
in Its right is of black end uhite :iiln
strav^braid hnd hffi 'ii cut-out' upturn-
ed" brim with little rosettes.' of straw
posed against it.
A similar braid covers the round
crown of the hat^at the left. up-
turned brim is faced with a mlilinerj
patent leather, banded and crossed
\yith braid. This is a- sturdy looking
little model wliich ; invites the use oi
a veil. Patent leather is a courtesj
title for a thin, shiny fabric lyhicli is
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p, . n T" ,
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spirited snftill hatsi developed; Sn the
models with moderately 'wide brims,'
like the hat made of silk shown at the
center of the group above. Above it,
troug teaw braid and crepe georgett«
oft part of the top
Protects the Lucky
ley tobacco. It's
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Buck, James T. The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1920, newspaper, April 9, 1920; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth242529/m1/3/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.