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THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO.
DOCTORS DID NOT HELP HER But Lydia ELPinkham's Veg etable Compound Restored Mrs. LeCIear't Health Her Own Statement ;;:iiil::l;:-;;;"-:i:-;;id:;;;iJ!;HII Detroit, Mich. "I am glad to dis cover a remedy that relieves me from I my Buttering and pains. For twe years I suffered bearing down pains and got all run down. I was under a nervous strain and could not sleep at night. I went to doctors hero in the city but they did not do ma any' good. "Seeing Lydia E. Pinkhara's Vegetable Compound adver tised, I tried it My health improved wonderfully and I am now quite well gain. No woman suffering from fe male ills will regret it if she takes this medicine." Mrs. James G. LeCleab. S36 Hunt St, Detroit, Mich. Another Case. Philadelphia, Pa. "Lydia E. rink hom's Vegetable Compound is all you claim it to be. About two or three flays before my periods I would get bad backaches, then pains in right and left ides, and my head would ache. I called the doctor and he said I had organic in flammation. I went to him for a while but did not get well so I took Lydia KPink ham's Vegetable Compound. After tak ing two bottles I was relieved and finally my troubles left me. I married and have two little girls. I have had no re tarn of the old troubles." Mrs. Chas. Bo ELL, 2650 S. Chad wick St, Phila.,Pa. Not Impressed. "I know no north, no south, no east no west" declared the Impassioned orator. "You are also badly mixed In sev eral other respects," commented an old farmer In the audience. Louisville Courier-Journal. Sticker for Teacher. Teacher Cleanliness, remember, Is next to godliness. Johnnie Then say, teacher, why is It wrong for us boys to go swimming on Sunday? His Genus. "I'd be ashamed to hang around a woman as Harry does about his fiancee. Why, he's just a tame cat' "No, he is her pet, dear." Postoffice Tower Loses Its Light Mystery WVSHINQTON. The light In the tower of the Postoffice Department building In Washington no longer noldsout to burn. It Is not to be sup posed that President Wilson and bis postmaster general, Mr. Burleson, pre fer darkness to light but why the glim was doused" is Just as much of a mystery to the people of this town as Is the reason for its lighting when Mr. Taft was president and Mr. Hitch cock was postmaster general. There Is a huge open space above the clock In the postoffice tower. It Is a chamber with nothing for walls but four corner pillars, which support the higher reaches of the pinnacle. One aight during the Taft administration, and without any preliminary notice, a glaring, dazzling white light shot out over the avenue from the darkness of the tower room. That light burned nightly all during the Incumbency of Mr. Hitchcock and for some time after Mr. Burleeon took command. 'Then It suddenly was ex tinguished, a night landmark disap peared and people who have asked why have been met with a mysterious look Just like that with which they were answered when they asked "why" during the days succeeding the first appearance of the glare. It Is true that Mr. Hitchcock once in answer to a query as to the whys and wherefores of this dazzling Illumina tion said. "Ask Mr. Weed." Mr. Weed was then the chief clerk of the post office department He In turn was asked the wherefore of the light nd he said. "Ask Mr. Hitchcock." The appearance of the light and its disappearance are dark mysteries. Some one said that the blaze was orig inally kindled to frighten from their nightly roosting place a pair of falcons which preyed on the domestic pigeons of the capital. The falcons, however, were seen after the light had burned for some time. Revolver Duels in Club With Bullets Made of Wax Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and see that it Bears the Signature In TJse For Over 30 Tears. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria The Only Way. "How are courts to assess stolen kisses?" "The only way is by their face value." And the heiress who marries a title seldom gets her money's worth. Housework Is a Burden It's hard enough to keep house if in perfect health, but a woman who is weak, tired and suffering from an aching back has a heavy burden. Any woman in this condition has good cause to suspect kidney trouble, especial ly if the kidney action seems disordered. Doan's Kidney Pills have cured thou sands of suffering women. It's the best recommended special kidney remedy A MONTANA CASE turt TeiU a titer." Mm. N. L. PrgnHon, 408 W. ton rib 81., Ada cond, Mont., t&yi: "I bud a ctDstan t pal n aurofta my buck Mint nruutt my reel at nignt, 1 folt worn out In the morning and bad to walk arouna an Dent over. If I did any stoop ing' or llfiltiK, t made ma worse. I took different kid ney rtrnedl jS and tried pUitn, but nothing helped ma until I used Dom i Kidney Pllla. They relieved ma right away and thru boxes cured ma. f Gt Dean's at Amy Store), SO a Box DOAN'S WAV FOSTEK-M1LBURN CO- BUFFALO. N. Y. ADVICE TO THE AGED Agra brines Infirmities, such as aluggtab ixiwcrtB, waw aviurtvy sou lorpia liver. iinrs tills fcav a specific affect on the wnni, timuUttnc th bawd, give natural scOoa, ad Impart vigor to toe whole ytacm. MUST SELL AT ONCE P,,".?.! Carat tn Hio brand Taller, ltonna, Tes. ( potlllrel! a ttnila tmn4 InjM-,"" Man UI.,i.. l.lli.tM DUELING practice with regulation .44-caliber revolvers and wax bul lets will be a feature of the Instruc tion at the Washington Fencers' club, which will open Its new home In Con necticut avenue northwest In the near future. The duelists will face each other In the salle d'armes 60 feet apart They will be protected with wire masks and body guards. The hand gripping the revolver will be guarded by a metal shield, which Is ad justable to any style of weapon. M. Francois Darrleulat, maltre d'armes of the club, has sent to Paris for the dueling outfits, and expects to have them ready before the opening of the season. The shells for the mock duels are loaded with sufficient pow der to propel the wax projectile In a straight line tor 60 feet with suffi cient force to make It stick to the mask or clothing or the "victim" of the attack. "The wax bullet will shoot as true as a lead bullet, yet will not Injure the participants," said M. Darrleulat "The head will be guarded by a strong saber mask. This practice will be excellent for army officers and oth ers who wish to learn to shoot accu rately. The novelty of having another person for a target and being a tar get at the same time ought to appeal to persons In Washington as It has ap pealed to revolver shots In Paris. The salle d'armes Is 80 feet long, giving plenty of space for the "duels The ball Is 25 feet wide. At the rear Is a dress. ng room, 20 by 25 feet The wall Is light bronze green, and the celling and woodwork is cream color ed. Large windows at the front of the hall and several skylights afford plenty of light for fencers and revol ver shots. The reorganization of the club has caused considerable Interest In Wash' lngton society. The first fencing club was started about 17 years ago by Gor don Strong. Count Arthur Casstni, Russian ambassador and a number o. persons from diplomatic and society life participated In the bouts. 'M"- M a,a--fv-J-u-u-inj Onion Lovers Shudder at Deadly Devastatrix LOVERS of beefsteak and onions were startled the other dav when the department at agriculture an nounced mat the tylencnus devastatrix had invaded the United States and the future of the onion Industry was in jeopardy. The Invader with the imposing name Is known aleo as the onion eelworm. Hitherto it has confined Its operations to Europe, Africa and Australia, where It has wreaked havoc, but now It has made Its appearance In this country. The government experts, in warning the growers of onions, did not mini mlze the gravity of the appearance here of the eelworm. It seems imper vious to chemical remedies that have been tried for its eradication and the eggs of the insect, the experts declare. will survive two years of complete dryness. "The worms are seldom over one- twentieth of an Inch long," says the department experts, "and are very slender and transparent, so that their presence la not generally detected by the naked eye, and the grower, there fore, often remains in Ignorance of his losses.'' The pest attacks all floral and veg etable bulbs and is regarded as highly dangerous. In view of this the depart ment urges that all infected plants be sent to It for microscopical examina tion. Shrieks of Locomotive Whistle Startle' the Capita PALL of terror bung over the city's tupernervous for more than a half hour the other night, when the prolonged weird shriek of a siren whis tle, such as ordinarily goes up as an announcement of distress and trag edy, sent Its distinctive and fright ening tdnes to every corner of the District "A wreck on the railroad." "A steamer sinking on '.he river," de clared the more alarmed, and scarce ly had they uttered the words when the minds of the Imaginative began working and telling those near by 'bat, "Yes, ten carloads full of peo ple, smashed to smithereens outside the Union station." In another quar ter it was a "whole steamboat full of people sinking to their deaths In the river another Titanlo tragedy right it the ctiy's gates. And still the whistle shrieked. It was 8:10 o'clock, and the weird notes if distress bad been coming to the :lty for nearly a half hour. "Oh! can't somebody save themT" tJniost cried a woman M sty) took a taxlcab In front of the Willard for the "scene of the tragedy." "No. It's not a wreck," decidedly an swered an Individual on the other eutf of the telephone, after the territory in which the whistle was sending out "distress signals" had been located. "Please don't bother me," continued the voice, exhibiting tones of anger. "About a million people have asked me the same fool question." Further Inquiry elicited that a whis tle on one of the., locomotives In railroad yard on New Jersey avenue had broken, and couldn't be stopped from shrieking until It had mad iu run to the station. mm potBSD The cook is happy, the other members of the family are happy appetites sharpen, things brighten up generally. And Calumet Baking Powder is responsible for it all. For Calumet never fails. Its wonderful leavening qualities Insure perfectly shortened, faultlessly raised bakings. - . Cannot fee compared with other baking powders, which promise without performing. Even a beginner in cooking get delightful results with this never failing Calumet Baking Powder. Your grocer knows. Ask him. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World' Para Food Exposition, Cliieaso, HI, Pari Exposition, Franca, March, 181X. af - ' 'Vt smc imiaiinl anil whitman ' rank. tU sea-ear. Daa'tfaaAlai. Barfihaist. in. CiJaaal bUrmiriif Maiaill . Perfect Lady One of the papers is running a con test about "What is a perfect gen tleman T" There is a variety of opin ions as to that; but do you know what a perfect lady is? A meat dealer in the east end gave a definition the other day which has been sent us by a correspondent. Our friend's wife was doing her marketing, and In quired about some new neighbors of hers who traded at the same shop. 'Well, she's a perfect lady," said the butcher. "She don't know one cut of meat from another." Cleveland Plain Dealer. CHILDREN LOVE OF SYRUP FIGS (t Is cruel to force nauseating, harsh physic into a sick child. Look back at your childhood days. Remember the "dose" mother insisted on castor oil, calomel, cathartics. How you hated them, how you fought against taking them. With our children ifa different Mothers who cling to the old form of physic simply don't realize what they do. The children's revolt is well-found ed. Their tender little "lnsldes" are injured by them. If your child's stomach, liver and bowels need cleansing, give only dell clous "California Byrup of Figs." Its action i positive, but gentle. Millions of mothers keep this harmless "fruit laxative" handy; they know children love to take it; that it never falls to clean the liver and bowels and sweet en the stomach, and that a teaspoonful given today saves a sick child tomor row. Ask at the store for a EO-cent bottle of "California Byrup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly on each bottle. Adv. PLAN FOR MEMORABLE DAY Anti-Tuberculosis Society Has Apart 8undsy, Deo. 7, for a Special Purpose. - Set Last year over 60,000 churchee preached sermons on the prevention of consumption on Tuberculosis day, which will be held on December 7 this year. It Is hoped this year to swell the number of churches to 100,000 and to urge similar action, besides in a large number of the schools and other societies. The Tuberculosis day cam paign will come this year during the Red Cross Chrlsnas seal sale. It is planned to urgehe churches of the country to take a definite part In this movement. The observance of Tuber culosis day was Indorsed last year by President Taft, Cardinal Farley, Col onel Roosevelt and many other promi nent churchmen and publlo officials. -Proclamations calling upon the people to observe this day. were issued by governors of more than a dozen states and by the mayors of a considerable number of cities. Severe Shock. , "What's the matter, old man T Tou seem to have had a sudden shock?" "A severe one. I asked my barber If I didn't need a hair cut and he said no." Draw Your Conclusions. Mrs. Oabbelgh My husband treats me abominably. Why, he's kinder to dumb animals than he is to me. Mrs. Blunt Perhaps their name sug gests the reason. HraWiulow's Soothing Syrup for Children teething, softens the gutna, reduces Inflamma tioQ,aUaya palncures wind colic ,26c a bouieJSr Even a lazy man will hustle when he sees a chance to work an easy mark, FALLING HAIR MEANS DANDRUFF IS ACTIVE Save Your Halrl Get a 25 Cent Bottle of Danderlne Right Now Also Stops Itching Scalp. Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy hair is mute evidence of a neglected tcalp; -of dandruff that awful scurf. There Is nothing so destructive to me ,nair as aanarun. it roDS tne nair of its luster, its strength and its very life; eventually producing a feverlsh ness and itching of the scalp, which If not remedied causes the hair roots to fchrink, loosen and die then the hair falls out fast. A little Danderlne tonight now any time will surely save your hair. Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton'a Danderlne from any store, and after the first application your hair will take on that life, luster and luxuriance which is so beautiful. It will become wavy and fluffy and have the appear ance of abundance; an Incomparable gloBS and softness, but what will please you most will be after just a fev weeks' use, when you will actual ly see a lot of fine, downy hair new hali- growing all over the scalp. Adv. Explained. "Hey, waiter!" said the fat man. "There's a button in this soup," "A button!" exclaimed the waiter. "Oh, yes, sir. We always make our soup out of dressed beef, sir." Cinr clnnati Enquirer.