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THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO.
An up-to-date remedy for colds. That is what Peruna is. In successful use over 30 years. Colds are caught In many ways: Illy ventilated rooms; rooms that have direct draughts ; crowded rooms; damp houses; stuffy school rooms; offices illy heated. A dose of Peruna at the right time, at the first symptom of cold, before the bones begin to ache, before the sore throat manifests itself, or the cough, or the discharge from the nose, just a dose or two of Peruna before these symptoms begin is gener ally sufficient. But after the cold is once established with the above symptoms prominent, a bottle of Peruna, or maybe two, will be necessary. HAD PROOF OF ASSERTION Small Girl Was Certain Sunday School Teacher Was Wrong on at Least One Point. The abilities of the Creator would appear to have been slightly over estimated, according to a story told by Harry Lauder, the comedian. "A Sunday school teacher," he said, "was trying to Impress upon the minds of her pupils the omnipotence of God. 'God,' ehe said, 'had made the trees, the land and seas, and fl.sh, the animals, the birds.' "A Utile hand went tip. "'Did God make everything?' "'Yes,' was the teacher's reply; "he made everything.' '"But I know one thing that he didn't make.' '"Do you? What is it?' "'Why, God didn't make rabbit holes, because I saw the rabbits mak ing them themselves.' " Napoleon's Victory at Brlenne. One hundred years ago Napoleon met the army of the allies at Brlenne, a village in northeastern France, and was victorious after a keenly contest ed battle. The emperor had left Paris only two days before, prepared to make a last desperate effort to ha'lt the advance of the enemy on the French capital and thereby save his tottering throne. The allied Russian and Prussian armies were In command of Marshal Blucher. Napoluon's forces were in a deplorable condition. At Brlenne, it is true, his old soldiers displayed prodigies of courage In his name and under his orders, but the raw conscripts were discontented and many of them deserted their colors. Napoleon owed his victory chiefly to the fact that he came up to Blucher when the latter was separated from a part of his forces. Prince Schwart .zenberg. In command of the Austrian forces, immediately set out for the purpose of supporting the Prussians, and the combined armies of the ' lies recommenced their advance on Paris. Speaking Of Lunch the wife said, "Bring home a package of Post Toasiies -Sure!" Toasties are wonderfully good at any meal, and somehow seem to match the appetite of both home folks and guests. Bits of selected Indian Corn, delicately seasoned, cooked, rolled thin and toasted to a rich golden brown that's Post Toasties. Fresh, tender and crisp, ready-to-eat direct from the package. With cream and a sprinkle of sugar "The Memory Lingers" Toasties sold by grocers everywhere. swum I 'ii i Frock Coat Rescued on nr ASHINOTON. Washington tailors If much maligned frock coat at the International custom cutters' convention rcoo' Bve if although why Terre Haute should be tee wrote the following vindication into "We wish to emphasize that the double-breasted frock coat Is by no means relegated to the background. While the three-button cutaway Just at this time is the most popular garment, the frock coat Is worn by the highest officials of our nation, and this Itself maintains the dignity of this garment." The saving clause, however, was put frock coats already in existence. As to the sack coat, the committee sists on a tight waist, and for those who worn. v Then there are about a thousand "high waist lines,' "little dips," "waistcoat exposures," "crescent pocket line ' and a lot of other things that only Jimham LewlB could understand. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson's Ideas on Dress Making MRS. WOODROW WILSON, wife of the president. Is getting a whole lot of support from women returning from abroad for her Ideas of home dreBs making. It Is said by fashionable modistes in Rue de la Patx, Rue Taltbout and Place Vendome that they are practically facing ruin, in that they are not able to keep their styles ex clusive. Our American women htrve been In the habit or going to Paris for their swell society gowns, which they buy as exclusive, and for which they pay a fancy price and high duty. They got them over here, only to find that there are women here who have worn a fac-simlle of their gowns for weeks before they get back, and they have about concluded that the American modiste 1b Just as artistic and deco rative in their designs as any French modiste dare be. Mrs. Wilson, as the wife of the governor of New Jersey, stated that she could dress on less than $1,000 a year, and she is doing it to her own satisfaction, if not to that of the high-priced foreign modistes. She selects her own silks, satins and laces and has them constructed almost under her own eye, many of her little gowns be ing made at the White House. A representative of a world-famous dress maker in Rue Taltbout, most of whose customers are Americana, said that unless It should prove possible to copyright not only designs of gowns, but also of trimmings and combinations of colors, he would shortly have to give up his present business and go in for wholesale manufacture. Thought Roman Numerals TillKD ASSISTANT SUtjKKTAHY Of THIS TKEASUKI NEWTON IS a true-blue American. The figures 1, 2, 3 look better to him than the so called Roman numerals. He has issued an order that hereafter the date of THAT MUST BE THE MCXV A.D. TRADE MARK TH' COhTRACTOd puts on tbat Order. So infrequently are the persons of Intelligence In this country public buildings are marks placed there "The misinformation In this matter of tourists stood razing at one of the man In the party, pointing to the Roman " 'What the deuce does that MCXV1 "'What,' said another, 'don't you puts on. It's his trademark.' mm " 'You're wrong, there, Bill,' exclaimed a third member of the party 'That's a sign put there by the government It's Latin for Uncle Sam.' " Keeping Tab on Things "I DON'T like to ask you, but will The woman who asked might have mother's chair by the chimney corner. Except that there are nq chimney cor ners these days, and precious few old grandmothers. The woman who responded was Just a so-so person who hurried on. And then felt ashamed of herself for not taking the little old dame into a cafe and seeing ber safe home. You have to do a thing like that once in awhile to feel that you were worth the Lord's creating. So she turned back to atone and bad almost elbowed her way through the noon rush to the old woman. when again she heard the quavering "I don't like to ask you. but will (eat I haven't any money with me, As a thing Like tbat Is worth studying, the so-so woman stood by, and kept tab." After eight women and an earth old woman rested up long enough to for the corner. Obviously, she didn't was looking on. Some don't. Begging is against the law, of when an aged lady aftikee you for a cc4i) witerf CITY the Brink of Oblivion secured an oflclal vindication of the hands of the fashion committee of the here. This is the supreme court of masculine fashion, and woe to the poor wretch that dares defy Its mandates. All early caucuses of the convention had determined the frock coat must go and that the cutaway was to take its place. But threats of bolting on the part of the Washington talkrs forced the fashion committee to surrender. Washington claims the distinction of having the greatest per capita total of frock coats outside of Terra Haute excepted no one knows. The commit Its announcement: ..in, It seems, only for' the benefit of condemns narrow shoulders, but In dare It suggests that narrow braid be words concerning "close contours," AM m ZEE FACE OF Rill" AMOK OUI Latin' for Uncle Sam erection of public buildings shall k be put In figures Instead of Roman numerals. Secretary Newton says: "Even persons of average educa tion, being unaccustomed to the Ro man numerals frequently And con siderable difficulty in determining from the lettering on the publlo building just when It was erected. To many the Roman numerals mean no more than do the emblems of the Masonic Order to a person outside of Roman characters now used that many believe that the customary date. on by the engineers. was recently Illustrated when a party show buildings In Washington. One numerals high up over the door, said: business mean up there? knowT That's a mark the contractor That Are Worth Studying you please give roe change for a cup ol , and I'm so weak I can t go on. stepped out of dear old grand PUA5E GIVE CHAftfE FOR A COP Of TSA fM 80 yAK I T CO ON appeal: you please give me change for a cup of and I'm so weak I can't go on" - earthy young man had paid tribute, th turn around. Then ahe suddenly made like the appearance of the woman who course, but what are you going to de 04141 of tea? Remsmbaiing thai on el ur " , r rti Watch Carefully- the Child's Diet Start Them Off Right With a Good Laxative and Then Watch Their Food. Mothers are often unconsciously very careless about the diet of their children, forcing all to eat the same foods. The fact Is that all foods do not agree alike with different persons. Hence, avoid what seems to constipate the child or to give It Indigestion, and urge It to take more of what is quick ly digested. If the child shows a tendency to constipation It should immediately be given a mild laxative to help the bow els. By this Is not meant a physio or purgative, for these should never be given to children, nor anything like salts, pills, etc. What the child re quires Is simply a small dose of the gentlest of medicines, such as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which, In the opinion of thousands of watchful moth ers, is the Ideal remedy for any child showing a tendency to constipation. So many things can happen to a con stipated child that care Is necessary. Colds, plies, headaches, sleeplessness, and many other annoyances that chil dren should not have can usually be traced to constipation. Many of America's foremost families are never without Syrup Pepsin, be cause one can never tell when some member of the family may need It, and all can use It. Thousands endorse It, among them Mrs. M. E. Fatten, Valley Junction, Iowa, who is never without it In the house. Mrs.. Patten GOT AWAY WITH SOMETHING Old Ben's Forebodings Turned Out to Be Correct, Though Booty Was Not Valuable. Old iBen was a kleptomaniac. He realized his falling, which caused him such keen humiliation that it was with difficulty he could be persuaded to enter the homes of any of the neighbors. One evening an old friend of Ben's returned to the town for a -visit and called on Ben. Later he proposed they go together to make a call on a mu tual friend, but, to his surprise, Ben refused. "No, no," be cried, shaking his head, I can't go." ' "Why not?" asked his friend. "It's only a step away, and It's not late now; besides I don't know when I'll be round these parts again." "Well," said Ben, "you know how I always steal, but If you promise to watch me, and see I take nothing, I'll KO." "Ben," said his friend, as they re turned, "you did nobly. I watched you every minute, and you never took a thing!" "Don't," groaned Ben, as he pulled a moist rag out of his pocket "I've got the dishcloth!" Her Opportunity. While visiting a friend the other day a Washington woman was admir ing Borne fine bits of china that were displayed on a buffet table, and of these ier attention was particularly drawn to a big Japanese cup. Tak ing It up to examine the details of de sign, the called was startled to see that the piece had been broken and awkwardly glued. She called hor hostess' - attention to the fracture, whereupon the latter Immediately summoned her maid. "Margaret," said the lady of the house, "this cup Is broken." "Yls, mum, I had an accident." "But It has been glued together," continued the mistress. "It Is un pardonable of you to conceal your fault In this way to glue the pieces without saying a word to me. Now, if yov had come to me openly and said you had broken it I would have forgiven you and " "Excuse me, mum," interposed the maid, eagerly, "the other one like It Is broke, too." Harper's Bazar. Well Put. . Willie Pa, what Is a luncheon? Father The feminine for lunch, my son. Woman's Home Companion. Strength Beauty Come With Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery This U a blood cleanser and alterative that starts the liver and stomach into vigorous action. It thus wiili the body to manufacture .rich red blood which feeds tha heart nerve brain and organs of tha body. Tha organs work amoothly like machinery running in oil. You feel clean, strong and strenuous instead of tired, weak and faint. Nowadays you can obtain Dr. I'ierce's Golden iledieal Discovery Tablets, as well as tha liquid form from all medicine dealers, or trial box of tablets by mail, on rnceipt of 60e. AddreaiB.V.Pierc,M.D..Bu(Ialo,M.Y. Dr. Puree's Crest 1008 Paie llliutmted Coalmen Sue M.dicd AivUr will be eMit f JU-U Cloth bound far SI Oaweent Sumpa. RALPH M. PATTEN says that Syrup Fepsin has done won ders for her boy Ralph, who was con stipated from birth but is now doing . Dne. Naturally, she is enthusiastic about it and wants other mothers to use it. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is sold by druggists at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, the latter size be ing bought by those who already know its value, and It contains proportion ately more. Everyone likes Syrup Pepsin, as it Is very pleasant to the taste. It Is also mild and non-griping and free from in jurious Ingredients. Families wishing to try a free sam ple bottle can obtain It postpaid by ad dressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 203 Wash Washington St., Monticello, 111. A pos ial card with your name and address on it will do. No Change. The young men of the town had bought the vacant lot opposite Miss Martha Billlngsby's "fashionable school for young ladies," purposing to build a club bouse thereon. "I am sorry for you," said one of Miss Martha's friends; "I fear having these young men opposite you In stead of that empty lot will seriously injure your school." "Oh, never fear," answered Miss Martha promptly. "I can assure you that it will still be an empty lot." Neale'g Monthly. GIRLS! GIRLS! TRY IT, BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR Make It Thick, Glossy, Wavy, Luxur iant and Remove Dandruff Real Surprise for You. Tour hair becomes light, wavy, fluf fy, abundant and appears as soft, lus trous and beautiful as a young girl's after a "Danderine hair cleanse." JuBt try this moisten a cloth with a little Danderine . and carefully draw " it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil and in Just a few moments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. Besides beautifying the hair at once, Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and Invig orates the scalp, forever stopping Itch ing and falling hair. But what will please you most will be after a tew weeks' use when you will actually see new hair fine and downy at first yes but really new hair growing all over the scalp. If you care for pretty, soft hair and lots of it, surely get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any store and Just try it. Adv. Problem for the Idle. If the time is hanging heavy on your hands, try to work out this: How many times in each 24 hours do tha two hands of the clock appear at right angles to each other? Baltimore News. .The Dentist's Act. "These new laws have 'teeth' In them." "Not for people who know how to work a pull." 4