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Friday. November 17. 1922.
THE PIOCHE RECORD Weak and Miserable? Am rem dull, tired and achy bot fe ared with bad back? Do yon lack ambition. Buffer headaches and dicciv naa feet all worn out"! Likely your bdneya arc to blame, umetMaa, sharp stabbing pain, backache and annorinc urinary cuaorurr arc m arnpionja 01 weakened kidney a. Don't wait for more aenoua trouble. Get back y.ur beatth and keep it! Um Doan't Kidney Pills. inouaanda ot tout tea tbcir merit. A.k pour neighbor! An Idaho Cam Mrs. Eva Ixwan. 41 8. Fourtttenta BL, Boise. Idaho, a a y a: "My kid neve were In i bad condition and I had nagging Sains arroas my aclt.' 1 couldn't rest at night and mornings I felt tired. 1 had nerv ous, dtxzy head aches and my kidneys didn't act ree-ul&rlv. Fkian's Kidney Pills were recommended, so 1 used some. Doan's entirely cured mo of the complaint." Cat Doaa'e at Any Store, 60c a Baa DOAN'S vEy FOSTER HILBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. V. HOW AN INDOOR LOOP ANTENNA IS BUILT COCKROACHES WATER BUGS ANTS 1 EASILY KILLED BY USINB STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE It cieo kills rati and mice. It force these perta to run from building (or water and freeh air. A ISo bos contains enough to kill (0 to 104 rata or mica. Get It from your drag or general ator. dealer today. READY FOR USE-BETTER THAN TRAPS Unexpected Results. ' "The phrenologist told Algy so many nice things " "Yes?" "That's how he has a swelled head.' One kind of diplomat Is a woman who can make a man believe that he knows more than she does. WL.DOUGLAS 5'67'8 SHOES Ko!S W. Ii. DouRlaa shoe are actually de manded year after year by more people thau any otner snoe in me worm W.L.DOUGLASr.'yrr terlal ami workmanship are aneqanled for tlie price It I worth while fur you to know that when you buy W L. Douglas ahoei you are get ting the benefit of his4Ueari eiporieuoetn making the best shoea possible for the price. W.L.DOUCLAS?yar. wortu the prioe paid for them. Wear them and aare money. ProtMtlnn affulllgt unreason able profits Is guaranteed by the price stamped on every Has Advantages in Size and Di rectional Properties but Picks Up Little Energy. If you live Id s section of the coun try Infested with radio fans who send "CXI" or send some station call by the hour while you are trying to catch the music from a broadcasting station, a loop antenna may help solve your difficulty. Or if you live in an apart ment or a very congested section ot the city where there Is no room to erect an antenna, or where) the land lord objects, a loop antenna can be used In lieu of an outdoor one. Let It be thoroughly understood, however, Boaters, O.UUU6 Microfarad eandenarr la shunted across the) leads of the leap. Th Closed dilating circuit foesawd by tha loop and the shunt condenser can be connected by any detecting circuit aa shown la tit- I or can be seal with radio-frequency amplifiers. When used wlt receiving sets cmptey- mg a varlocouple and two variometers, the loop Is connected, and the shunt condenser la omitted. The tuning la accomplished by means of tha grid variometer. A loop antenna will pick op a mail mum amount of energy when tha transmitting station la In the plane of tli loop, and a minimum amount of energy when tlie transmitting station Is In a direction at right angles to the plane ot the loop. In Fig. II, the loop will pick up a maximum amount or energy from Station A and minimum amount from Station B. Care must be taken in setting up a loop to see that It will not be shielded. The energy picked up by a loop an tenna Is small at best, especially If tha loop Is not oriented to its maxi mum position, and any reduction In received energy will decrease the sig nals below audibility. For example. Lt5rv 1 MrtTMi 110 of tur owu stores In the large ottie and by Bhoe deal ers everywhere. Auk your shoe dealer to show you W .1 Ikiuglias shoes. Only by ex arainit g tli em can you ap preciate their value. Kef use substitutes Insist upon hav ln W L Do u a la shoes with theretallprioeandtbename stanped on the sole. The n reUli prices are the tame m a everywhere. TO MSRCHAHT8 If n dealer in vottr towi handle ry fur exclusive tQhlt to W.L.toougttt ShoeC. aatviie qwe leuing, muick turn-over line. W. L. Iiiuiial auituil and nortrati u iael best t no ten shoe lYaae Mark in the tfori.i. ttttmitior the highest itandard V quatuv ai lit tow ell possible cost. The name and price it plainly stamped On etc sole rwnbatj. PrHidnnl V They Often Do. There' a fellow who has nothing to do." "Well?" "And he gets very tired of the Job." Suspicions which may be unjust need not he stated. (l f& Mrs. J. Stinglejf Bakerafield, Calif. "Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription haB been a great help to me as a tonic and nervine and I am glad to give it my recommendation. My health, liad become very poor; I was sut m i- inmnnl weakness, was nervous, could not sleep, and lost my appetite. 1 was weaa auu " fered with backaches and pains - !ha and mv limbs ached. 1U U1J B.MW - - I was a physical wreck when I began taking the 'Favorite Pre scription' but It completely cured me of all my weakness and built ma up Into a good healthy, strong con- Mr. T Ktlnelev. 2128 O St. Go now to your nearest drug ni nhtnin this wonderful tutai.,4ffin nf Tr Plnrce'a in tablets or liquid or send 10c for trial pkg. to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel. In Buffalo, N. Y, and writs for free medical aavice. MITCHELL EVE SALVE brings reiiei to innnjntn Bye, frw OUtiea wis, ynei. rtc. n aumpi, rtMasfarlnfalai nawnlutrlT sbafe rwmexlr. ttcnil jnuutuu r h mmii Aim iFkripS lit Wavcrlv PI., Nw Vorb WEAK SORE EYES J - . a t I ' 3 Tanlac Put Him Back on Job. Says Davis Tre never been much of a hand at praising medicines), but I can certainly any something good for Tanlac" aald Geo. Davta, no Naglee St, San Fran cisco, Calif. 1 had a bad case of ptomaine poi soning and It cause pretty near laying me out altogether. For three months I was In an awful condition and suf fering constantly from diarrhea, I bo- Came weak all over and was going from bad to worse. I tried everythina I knew of, but It was beginning to look Uke nothing would ever reach my case. "Then, a friend of mine recom mended Tanlac to me. And It's a fact. four bottle have made a clean sweep of my troubles and built me up to where I feel like a new man. I am working every day now and when it conies to recommending Tanlac I can't put It too strong." Tanlac Is sold by all good druggists. Advertisement. Novelties. T)o you think the country needs a Hew party?" 'No," replied Senator Sorghum. the old parties keep on modifying their platforms for a few more years, they'll offer all the political novelties any body could reasonably desire. 7 SAY "BAYER" when you buy. Insist I Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets, you are not getting the genuine Bayer product prescribed by physicians over 23 years and proved safe by millions for that the energy picked up by a loop antenna only approaches that of an outdoor antenna when the physical ilimenslons of the loop antenna ap proach those of the outdoor antenna. Don't wind a hundred feet of wire on a "Mother's Oats" box and expect a loop antenna so constructed to give the same signal strength as the same hundred feet of wire stretched out side as a single-wire outdoor antenna. The two advantages of a loop an tenna, then, are Its small physical di mensions and Its directional proper ties. The most serious disadvantage of the loop antenna Is the small amount of energy picked up. If loop antenna Is used for the reception of close,' high-powered stations, ordinary regenerative receivers with audio-frequency ampllliers will give good re sults. However, If a long-distance re ception of medium and low power transmitting stations Is desired, then radio-frequency amplification must be used. There has been placed on the market a radio-frequency nmpnrying trans fWmef. "type UC-1714. to be used in conjunction with Itadlotrons type UC 201. Such a combination Is claimed to give an audibility amplification of 20 per stage. A loop antenna with a two nr three stage audio-frequency ampli fier, employing type UO-714 coupling transformers In conjunction with one s present set, will give practically the same signal strength that Is now being received from the outdoor antenna. Though a loop antenna of larger section and fewer turns would be more directional, the antenna described here will give good results for Its size, and Is small enough to be easily trans ported. The material required for the two-loop antenna Is as follows: Two strips of wood, feet lone hy 2 Inches wide hy 1 Inch thick. Straight, close-grained wood should he used In order to guard against warping. ' , One hundred feet of No. 14 hare an tenna wire, preferably stranded phos phor bronze. Four pieces of hakellte, 2 Inches square by 3-10 Inch thick. Four small brass angles of the type that can be purchased In the S and 10 cent stores. One dozen 1 inch long 6-32 brass machine screws with nuts. Notch the two pieces of wood In the center and at the ends, as shown In Figure in. Then with a No. 25 drill bore three holes In each piece of wood as shown. The notches In the center part of the two pieces of wood should allow the two ple.-es to be fitted to gether to form a perfect right angle. The notches should be Just wide enough so that ono of the four 2-inch square pieces of btkellte will Just fit. After the notches have been checked to see that they am of the proper size, fit tlie two strips of wood together, putting a little furniture glue In the Joint and belting It fast with a long bolt The brass angles should now be fitted In the corners of the Joint to make the two strips of wood form a right angle. To prevent warping and for the sake of appearance, the wood work should be given aeveral coats of shellac The natural period of this loop an tenna la approximately 175 meters. To tune te wave lengths In excess of 175 don't set up a loop antenna Inside a steel framed building or up In the attic directly under a well grounded metnl roof. Capacity effect due to the body of the operator Is quite noticeable with a loop antenna. The operator must not get close to the loop or the ca pacity effect of his body will detune the oscillating circuit. While the loop Is rather dlllicult to handle In some Instances and can only be used to re place an outdoor antenna at a loss In received energy, its directional proper ties are very advantageous In the reduction of Interference. TIPS TO THE RADIOIST The danger of stringing radio wires over light or power wires was demonstrated In New Jer sey recently when a well-known citizen was shocked to death. Itadlo distance lends enchant ment. A writer says, "A great many amateurs prefer to hear a few discordant notes from 1,000 miles away than a wonderfully execuled program from their own town." Radio accomplishes some great and new thing every day. Now It has been found that old razor blades can he used In making condensers and another way to get rid of old blades Is given to a grateful public. Itadlo has gone to the dogs. A Hood Iliver, Ore., paper de scribes a toy dog with 4hls tall caugnt in a trap, upon caning, Here, Tlge," the voice vibra tions release the trap and tlie pup springs nt you. One of the latest Inventions In the radio' field Is a Alter that separates the telephone and tel egraph naves. We shall look forward to the day when a (liter will separate the good music from the had and automatically send the latter to Uranus. In boring or sawing wood, fiber, etc., 'soap Is far better than oil. Also If screws are soaped with ordinary kitchen soap they will enter the wood easily without danger of ruin ing the head plots, and, more over, they may he readily re moved at any time. I Dr. Marconi lives a life of clock-work regularity upon his yacht. He breakfasts at 8 and tolerates no tardiness on the part of those dining with iilm. He Is an Indefatigable worker and holds himself In readiness to give personal attention to any radio matters that may come up, night or day. Dean Dexter S. Klinhal of Cor nell university In a recent radio talk to engineers, made two Im portant points: One, thnt a man can now say 'Til tell the world" without using slang; and the other, that the study of ether vi brations, upon which radio Is based, Is In Its Infancy, and the future promises even more than the development from manual signs to radio. DYED HER BABY'S COAT. A SKIRT AND CURTAINS WITH "DIAMOND DYES' Kach package of "Diamond Dyes" con tains directions so simple any woman can dye or tint her old, worn, faded tliinga Dew. Even if she has never dyed before, she can put a new, rich color into shabby ekirts, dresses, waists, coats, stockings, weaters. coverings, draperies, hangings. everything. Buy Diamond Dyes no other kind then perfect home dyeing is guar anteed, .lust tell your druggist whether the material you wish to dye is wool or eilk, or whether it is linen, cotton, or mixed goods. Diamond Dyea never streak, spot, fade or run. Advertisement. He Had to Stand It. Yesterday whllu I wus seasick It seemed to me I couldn't stand six days more of It or any more of It. Which reminded me of u remark I once heard a very old man make. He was ill and was telling me of his troubles. With out thinking I said: "I don't see how you stand It." The old man thought a while and then replied feebly : "I have to stand it !" There ure many disagreeable things we can't get away from; we are compelled to stand them. R W. Howe In "Dally Notes of a Trip Around the World." Colds Toothache Neuritis Neuralgia Headache Rheumatism Lumbago Pain, Pain Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions. Handy "Bayer" boxee of 12 tablets Also bottles of 24 and 100 Druggists. Asplrla la tbe trade mark of Bayer Uanofactare of Uoooicetlescldeiter of Salicrllcacld U MEAD ACME 1 SaRTEtTSI ITTLE IVER PILLS T7 ii Take a good dose of Carter's Little Liver Pills then take 2 or 3 tor a few nights after. I hey restore the organs to their proper functions and Headache and the causes of it pass away. THEY REGULATE THE BOWELS and PREVENT CONSTIPATION S.'ri?' Small Pill ; Small Do..; Small Price The Gift House. There had been a veritable deluge of blotters. For duys May had brought her offerings to the teacher's desk mysterious looking puckages which al ways proved to be the Inevitable blot ters. Finally In perplexity the teacher called May to her i;nd said, "It's lovely of you, dear, to bring these blotters, but really, I've so ninny now " 'Oh, that's nil right," was the an swer, "we've got so muny lit home, niaumia said : 'Wlmt'll we ever do with alt these blotters? Why don't you tuke 'em to jour teacher?' " Cheap Material, "Your honor, when we were mar ried my wife snltl I wus her soul-mate." "Yet, there she stands, charging you with non-support." "I do," spoke up the wife.' "I soon discovered that he had a marked down soul, anil It was no bargain, either." Birmingham Age-Herald. 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PRESCRIPTION FOR LONG LIFE Little Thing Like That Mentioned Was Nothing to This Applicant for American Citizenship. At each hearing where applications of foreign-born per-ons seeking citi zenship in the United States ure con sidered and passed on, incidents come up which add humor to the otherwise serious process. At a recent hearing before Judge W. W. Thornton of the Superior court, Hoom , 1, George Murkily, United States naturalization oftiecr, was quizzing an applicant re garding his knowledge ot the Inner workings of the government and re garding the history of the United States. "Who was the first President of the United States?" he asked. "Washington, D. C," replied the anxious applicant. "Just leave off the D. C," said Mr. Mnckay. "Oh, 1 don't care," said the applicant nonchalantly, with un accompanying gesture of his hand. Washington Star. According to This German Physician, It Is Easy to Add to One's Years of Usefulness. The gathering of centenarian:., which took place the other day recalled the case of tlie enTiiient German physician, Doctor Klschweller, who died recently lit the age of one hundred anil nine. He often declared that he possessed an Infallible rule for securing longev ity, which he would reveal to the world In his will. Upon his death, then, this formula was disclosed: 'Tut your bed, orienting It by means of a compass, sn that you will liuve your head placed north, and lie In a horizontal position. Sleep solidly with closed lists." This Is the whole secret. This posi tion, It Is usserled, brings the body In communication with the great tellurian currents coming from the north aud Insures un extremely happy blood, elr-l dilution. He who is equipped with patience and perseverance Is equipped for work. waavBBnBBBsaaaaBuaTrnnMBuaiauijajrnsMfaj LsbbII fcsrraasaii T r-S you hear the clock strike the night hours ? 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