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mm w c. These Three Women Tell How They Escaped die Dreadful Ordeal of Surgical Operations. Hospitals are great and necessary institutions, but they should be the last resort for women who suffer with ills peculiar to their sex. Many letters on file in the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., prove that a great number of women after they have been recommended to submit to an operation have been made well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Here are three such letters. All sick women should read them. iiiiimiiiiiliiiliiliiiiiilll Marinette. Wis. BIIM.-T M he told me I must trouble, ana i natea 10 nave u none as x uau lk:h married only a short time. I would have terrible paina and my hands and feet were cold all the I, . i ;!lh. ' ,1 pound and was cured, and I feel hetter in every way. I give you permission to publish my name because I am bo thankful that I feel well again. Mm. Fred Behnkk, Marinette, Wis. ieiiii 1 "Detroit. Mich. L , tanVham'a Vegetable Comnound I was so run down orifh fnmaia fmnhloa that I could said I would have to undergo an operation. I could hardly walk without help so when I read about the Vegetable Compound and what It had done for others I thought I would try it. I got a bottle of Lydia K rinknam s vegetaDie jompouna ana a package ui muí a llnkham'8 Sanative Wash and used them according to directions. n,ntr hoiui ma onrl tnrlnv T dm able to do all my work and I am well." Mrs. Thos, Dwter, 989 Milwaukee Ave, East, Detroit, Mich. Bellevue, Pa." I suffered more than tongue can tell with terrible bearing down pains and inflammation. I tried several doctora and they aU told me the same story,' that I never could get well without an operation and I just dreaded the thought of that. I also tried a rood many other medicines that were recommended to me and none f them helped me until a friend advised me to give Lydia K Rnk ham's Vegetable Compound a trial. The first bottle helped, 1 kept taking it and now I don't know what it is to be sick any more and I am picking up in weight I am 20 years old and weigh 145 pounds. It will be the greatest pleasure to me if 1 can have the oppor tunity to recommend it to any other suffering woman." Misa Irckx Fkobuohxr, 1923 Manhattan St, North Side, Bellevue, Fa. If you would like special advice write to Iyd la E. Pinkham Med. Oo.iconfidential),Lynn, Mass. Your letter wiU be opened, raad and answered by a woman and beld in strict confidence. Save Meteorite. The 'South African Journal of Sci ence records the steps that have been thus far taken, at the suggestion of the South African Association for the Advancement of Science, to secure legislation in various countries in the Interests of science. The committees of sections A and C of the British as sociation adopted the following resolu tion at the Australia meeting: "That In view of the fact that meteorites 'which convey Information of world wide importance are sometimes dis posed of privately In such a way as to deprive the public of this information, the council be requested to take Buch steps as may initiate International leg islation on the matter." Since the Australian meeting this resolution has been accepted by the council of the British association and transmitted to the International Association of Acade mies. Gas In Photography. ' Photography by gaslight not only the work of the camera Itself, but the printing of the picture has been given an interesting demonstration by the Photographers' Association of Amer ica. George Graham Holloway of Terre Haute, Ind., has been using gaslight In his studio for two years and reports enthusiastically of Its success. With it a photographer can work as well In a ground-floor room as anywhere else; he is not hindered by gloomy days or rainfall; he can take pictures at night, and the Incandescent mantles give him a light that resembles sunshine more nearly than any other. It Is not so sharp as electric light, which generally loses the soft shadows and falsifies color values. Exchange. A Secret. "Does anybody know how Van Geld made his money?" "Evidently not. Otherwise Van would probably be In Jail." Bmile on wash day. That's when you use Red Crom Ban Blue. Clothes whiter than now. All grocer. Adv. Only a fool goose would tackle the golden-egg business. AILING WOMEN " NEED THIS FAMOUS DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION Thousands of women who are now blessed with robust health cannot un derstand why thousands of other wom en continue to worry and suffer from aliments peculiar to women when they can obtain for a trifling sum Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription which will surely and quickly banish all pain, distress and misery and restore the womanly functions to health. This prescription of Dr. Plerce'a ex tractad from roots and herbs Is a tem perance remedy. To get rid of lrregularlUea, or ca tarrhal condition, to avoid pain at cer tain time, to overcome irritability and. weakness, waste no time, but get D. Plerce'a Favorite Prescription In liquid or tablet form this very day. o mm rf O "I went to the doctor and have an orration for a female "When I first took Lydia E. not do anvtbine. and our doctor MUST TAKE TIME TO REST Development of Beauty Depends Great Deal on That and on One's Environment. It cannot be impressed upon us too often that harmony of surroundings is absolutely necessary to the devel opment of beauty. It depends on the soul quality for its inspiration and growth. The soul quality dies unless nurtured by such surroundings as are pleasing. - Each personality must choose the col org and shades that are most soothing. Every woman cannot have her home decorated Just as she wishes. .But ev ery woman can have some one corner that Is her own that is decorated in the colors and with the things (they may be very simple and inexpensive) that appeal to her. When she Is tired let hr go to this corner and find rest there reading her favorite authors looking at her favorjte pictures, sew Ing, crocheting or sitting and thinking If it Is 'Impossible for such a corner to be had, surely there is some spot of the town or city, some library, mu seum, church, park, some place where she can find rest In the picture that surrounds her. Luxury, when you think of it. Is not of nenesslty attractive. So often it Is In bad taste that the Joy comes often In being able not to have to indulge In . Mont women are much more attrac tlve at home. This Is because In the sotting of the thing they love, which are part of their personalities, they are In repose. The woman who Is beautiful under the glare of the sun In all sorts of places is indeed fortu nate! All Hard. "I can sell you this house on very easy puyments." "That's interesting. I didn't know there was any such thing as easy payments." Their Class. rets vary in mnereni cnmaicB. "Yes, I suppose that In solar circles th.v Via u. aim dn M Vb .... . s uu . c NEWEST IN CHEMISTRY This Is a recent discovery of Doctor Pierce, head of the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. T. Experiments tor sev eral years proved that there Is no other eliminator of urlo acid compa rabie. For those easily recognized symptoms of Inflammation as back' ache, scalding urine and frequent i-rt nation, as well as sediment in the urine, or If urle acid In the blood hai caused rheumatism, "Anuria" acti quickly,' In rheumatism of the Joints In gravel and gout. Invariably tin pains and stiffness which so frequentl; and persistently Accompany the dli ease rapidly disappear. Send Dr. Pierce 10c for large trie package. Full treatment 60c. All druggists. NEW MEXICO STATE NEWS Weatern Newapapar L'nlon Nwi Service. COMINO EV5CNT9. April 75 Republican Stat Convention at A IhiKiuerque. May 14 Democratic StaU Convention at Alhuiuirque. line 6-8 Teacher" Meeting at Eust Ijii VABrna. July 4-. Cowboys' Reunion at La Veirtia Sept. 4-7 State Tennis Tournament at lloaweil. Oct. I i New Mexico finnUrra Arl- atlon Convention at Oranrt Canon, Aria. ' Taos is to have a new Jail, ftoswell Is to have a summer school. The f mallpox epidemic at Clovis Is about ended. Fire destroyed the livery barn of A. S. Berk at Clovis. Denilng will observe April 15 to 22 as Dreas Up Week. T. F. Cormon has been appointed postmaster at Tucumcarl. Santa Fe Presbyterians are plan ning to erect a new church building. A local branch of the American Red Cross is being organized in Sil ver City. Clayton has a mysterious poison case which nearly cost the lite of J. W. Van Horn. -The body of Charles C. Bralncrd, the Tyrone bartender was burled In Sliver City. A Silver City trained nurse, Miss Emmellne Silva, has been stricken with typhus at El Paao. F. W. Nations has shipped 1,000 head of Angora goats from his ranch near Montoya to market. . A "Sunlight Meeting" of farmers to hear the gospel of better farming was a new departure at Auga Frla. The $20,000 Issue of Demlng sewer extension bonds carried at the recent election by a vote of 73 to 25. Orders have been issued for the ev tablishment of an underground tele phone system at Fort Bayard. Peter Gtmson killed a mountain Hon near Cimarron which measured seven feet tea inches from tlfl to tip. At the recent elections water bonds were voted by the citizens of dinar ron, East Las Vegas and Las Cruces. Contracts for beets are being signed up and the acreage this year on- the Maxwell tract will be fully 500 acres. More than 300 nativ is, men, women and chlldrea, were confirmed by Bishop Schuler, of El Paso, at San Jose. - The Borderland Tire Manufacturing Company with an authorized capital of 1150,000, has been organized in Las Cruces. Repairs and improvements totaling $15,000 will be made at Cloudcroft In preparation for the summer rush of tourists. The sum of approximately $15,000 will be spent on beautifying and im proving Cloudcroft before the resort opens about May 1. The streets around the State Cap! .ol building in Santa Fe will be paved, $10,000 having been approp riated for that purpose. The Santa Fé Railway Company is enlarging , the stockyards, and mak tig numerous repairs 'it Arriba, three miles north of Las Vegas. Petitions asking the county commis sioners to employ a county agricultn ral agent are being circulated among 'axpayors of Union county. Spring conditions In the Estancia alley were never better, the recent snows having put the ground In excel lent condition for cr-ps. The bean creage will be more than doubled Jila year: Gov. McDonald appointed W. P. 3outhard of Albuquerque a member of the State Fair Commission to succeed Robert E. Putney, resigned. Mamie D. McCullough, of . Allle Vlncente Mortlnez of La Liendre, H S. Van Peters of Las Vegas, and J. D. Allen of Magdalena, have been ?orainis8iono 1 notaries public by Gov ernor McDonald. April came in like a lion in Santa Fé with several light snowfalls culml nut lng In a fall that covered the land scape to a depth of a couple of Inches the trees and shrubbery being loaded down with a white coating. Farmers under the Rio Grande pro ject will save $25.000 a year until the project has been opened formally, it Is believed, as a result of a revision of the contract covering operation and maintenance of the project units. A Judgment for $51,000 was award ed In favor of the defunct First State Bank of Las Cruces against W. N. Ha ger, surety on the bond of M. O. Lle wellyn, former treasurer of the State College, which had about $75,000 In the bank when it failed. A rifle club is being organized In Silver City, to be under the direction of the National Board for tho Pro motion of Rifle Practice In the United States. On behalf of constituents. Con pressman Hernandez asked the U. S. Indian Department to widen the sheep trail across th Jlcarilla res ervation. All the canned tomatoes in the plant of the Lakewood Truck at Fruit Growers' Association, have been sold to Jobbers. The sup;iy amounts to four carloads. :ew i.:boco figuees N APR'L CROP AND live stock REPORT. Condition of Wheat Not Up to Six- Year Average. Stock Losses -- from Disease Small. VYcatern Newapaper Union Nawa Service. Santa Fé. A summary of the April crop and live stock report for the State of New Mexico and for the United Slates, as compiled by the Bu reau of Crop Estimates (and trans mitted through the Weather Bureau) U. S. Department of Agriculture, Is at follows; Wheat. State. Condition April 1 this year. 90 of normal; 6-year everngo of con dition figures for April 1, 94. U. S. Condition April 1 this year, I 78.3; 10-year average April 1 condi tion, 87.3. Rye. State Condition April 1 this year, ; 4-year average April 1 condition. 90. U. S. Condition April 1 this year, 87.8; 10-year average April 1 condi tion, 89.9. Hogs. State. Losses from disease past ear,,1.3; 10-year average, 2.1. U. S. Losses from disease past year, 6.CS; 10-year average, 6.627o. Cattle. State. Losses from disease past year, 2.3; 10-year average, Losses from exposure past year, 1.5; 10-year average, 3.5. V. S. Losses from disease past year, 1.96; 10-year average, 2.01. Losses from exposure past year, 1.07; 10- yesr average, 1.66. Sheep. State. Losses from disease past year, 2.1 Vol 10-year average, z..y0. Losses from exposure past year, 3.6; 10-year average, 4.8. U. S. Losses from disease past year, í.16; 10-year average, 2.48. Losses from exposure past year, 2.177c; 10 year average, 3.11. Horses and Mules. State. Losses from disease past year, 1.5; 10-ycar average, 2.4. U. S. Losses from disease past year, 1.75; 10-year average, 1.95. "Dry s" Meet at Albuquerque. Albuquerque. A strict anti-liquor platform designed to permit co-operation by the ,Woman's Christian Tem perance Union or other temperance organizations was adopted at the first state Prohibition convention here. Fit teen of the twenty-six counties were represented hy delegates or proxies. Three ministers, the " Rev. Messrs. Shade of Las Vegas, Peterson of Dem lng and Ogllvle of Roswell, wero named delegates to the national con vention. The Rev. Randolph Cook of Albuquerque, who presided, and three others, were named on the state com' mittee. States Taxable Valuation $50,000,000, Santa Fe With a total property valuation in the state of $305,710,500, an Increase of $33,808,000, the total taxable value of livestock in New Mexico is close to $50,000,000, a state tax commission tabulation shows. This is an Increase of nearly $12, 000,000 over 1914. Tha total number of all livestock In the Mate Is placed at $3,390,000. The value of the total of 878,000 cattle Is placed at $32,036 000, an Increase of $9,-'74.000. There are 2,120,000 sheep, valued at $9.' 628,000, an Increase of $1.786,000. $16,000,000 Fraternal Insurance. Santa Fe Fraternal insurance to the amount of $15,867,285 was in force in New Mexico on December 31, 1915. This was an Increase of $1,429,474 compared with the amoun'. In force at the close of 1914. The benefit certificates held in the state at the end of the last year numbered 12,761, as against 11,083 at the end of the preceding year. $20,000 Insurance Collected. Santa Fe Fees collected by the State insurance Department during the month of March totaled $20,- 116.94, and this amount was turned into the state treasury. In addition, the state corporation commission col lected Insurance fees to the amount of $2,514. The corporation fees col lected by the commission in March amounted to $1,088.30. State Land are Sold. Santa Fe Another 48,000 acres of state lands were sold at Demlng by Fred Muller of the state, land office, W. D. Murray and associates of Sil ver City bought 6,000 acres of the so- called Mlesse tract at $5 an acre, Los Angeles people bought 42,000 acres at $3 an. acre. Rejected Cousin Snoots Girl of 18, Artesia. Because she would not marry him. It was said, Jesus Aguilar shot and perhaps fatally wounded Flora Martinez, 18 years old, his first cousin. She was to be married to an other. To Survey Public Lands. Santa Fe Guy T. Harrington, dep uty United States surveyor, will leav with a surveying corps to survey the remaining public lands in eastern Mora county that are si 111 unsurveyed. There is no other section of New Mexico into which homesteaders have poured in such large numbers of late years, but those settling on unsur veyed land, thereby merely acquired the rights of squatters and cannot perfect their titles until survey is made, approved' and filed. 2 .V, KC biscuits CiactrAV K C BAKING Always safe and reliable. Hit isn 't all we claim your grocer will refund your money. JAQUES MFG. CO, CHICAGO Buy materials that last O TV Fully guaranteed beat reaponaibility Eooiing General Roofing Manufacturing Company World' lamttt manufacturen of Hoofing ana tntuamg rupcrw m Ym ntj Clima miaaVlplila at Uala. LI.. Ch'thM niuaaiak 0H rnmm In auteaiU I.w Ortrua Lm aiuMIM fcaataa Utr hula ladlaaaaalla áüuu SMkana4 MaatM Tell your dealer that McPHEE & McGINNITY, DENVER, COLO. are wholesale distributors of Certain-teed Products. SO SMITH DIDN'T GET IT Debtor Was Perfectly Willlnfl to Pay Bill, and the Arrangement Satis fied All Parties. A very angry client entered a New York lawyer's fflce. He had called upon a debtor and asked him politely to pay a bill cf $2.50, and had been abused for his pains. Now he wanted the lawyer to collect It. The lawyer demurred. The bill was so small that it would cost the whole amount to collect It. "No matter," said tho angry one. "1 don't care If I don't get a cent so long as that follow has to pay it." So the lawyer wrote the debtor a let ter, and in a day or two the latter ap peared in high dudgeon. He did not owe any $2.50, and he would not pay. "Very well," said the lawyer; "then my instructions are to sue. nut should hardly think it would pay you to stand suit tor so small a sum." "Who will get the money If I pay it?" asked the man. The lawyer was obliged to confess that he should. . "Very well," said the debtor; "that's another matter. If Smith Isn't going to get It, I am perfectly willing to pay It." Youth's Companion. Power of Lightening. Lightning has been proved to have struck a building with a force equal to more than 12,000-horse power. A single horse power, In mechanical cal culation, la equivalent to raising a weight of 33,000 pounds one foot in a minute. The force of lightning, therefore, has been proved to be equal to the raising of 384,000,000 pounds one foot in a minute. This is equal to the united power of 12 of our larg est steamers, having collectively 24 engines of 500-horse power each. The velocity of electricity Is so great that It would travel around fhe world eight times in a second. GOOD REPORT Doctor Proved Value of Poatum. Physicians know that good food" and drink, properly selected, are of the ut most Importance, not only for the re lief of disease but to maintain health even when one la well. A doctor writes, "I count it a pleas ure to say a good word for Postura with which I have been enabled to re lieve so many sufferers, and which I count, with its valued companion Grape-Nuts, one of the dally blessings. "Coffee was banished from my own table some time ago and Postum used regularly In its place." (Coffee is In jurious to many persons, because it contains the subtle, poisonous drug, caffeine.) "I frequently -find It necessary to in struct patients when they take Pos tum for the first time to be quite sure that It Is properly made according to directions, then It has a clear, seal brown color and a rich, snappy taste, as well as health giving qualities. The above letter, received over ten years ago, 1..- fully confirmed by a re cent letter from, the doctor, In which he says: "It is a pleasure to render a good report covering a product of which I am so enthusiastic a friend. "I am UBlng In my hoaae your Pos tum Cereal in both Us forms. And, what is more, I am having it used In the families of several patients in which there are children, and all unite In endorsing the fine qualities of your admirable product" Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Postum comes In two forms: Postum Cereal the original form must be well boiled. 15c and 25c Pkgs. Instant Postum a soluble powder dissolves quickly in a cup of hot war ter, and, with cream and sugar, makes a delicious beverage Instantly. 80c and 60c tus. Both forms are equally delicious and cost about the same per cup. There' a Reason'' for Postum. old by Grocers. For light, wholesome cakes, and pastry, use POVDER it! For aal. by dealers .ery where at reasonable price Makes Own Connections. The old-time printer laughed at the Idea of setting type by machine. And the telephone girl Is laughing now nt the idea of an automatic switchboard that would dispenso with her melodi ous "hello-number-please.-llne's-busy." Alas for her, for the gray beginning of new day is In the East. A semiautomatic telephone exchange system already has been Invented anil perfected and probably will be In op eration in the near future. It takes only one operator with the aid of this device to run a whole system. All con nections and shut-offs are made auto matically. Henry Peter Clausen of Mt. Vernon, N. Y., the Inventor, de clares that It will revolutionize the telephone system of tho world and make the service cheaper. Of Course. "Hopkins says he owes everything he has to his wife." "I suppose that is why he put hlx property in his wife's name before he failed." Dr. Tierce's Pelleta are best for liver, bowels and tomaeh. 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