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You naturally feel secu r e when you know that the medicine you are about to take is absolutely pure and_ harmful or habit producing drugs. Sorti a medicine k Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Boot, kidney, liver and bladder remedy. The same standard of purity, strength and excellence k maintained in every bottle of Swamp-Root. It k scientifically compounded from vegetable herbs. It k not a stimulant and k in teaapoonful doses. It is not recommended for everything. It k nature's great helper in relieving and overcoming kidney, liver and Mad der troubles. A sworn statement of parity k with «very bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root. If yon need a medicine, you should have the beet. On aale at all drug stores in bottles of two. sizes, medium and large. However, if yon wish first to try this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer k Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure mention thk paper.—Adv. What's in a Name? The American Indians, having ap parently run out of such names as Laughing Water and Sitting Bull, have now turned to the field of popu lar songs for Inspiration, and we read of a redskin Ip Calgary named Darda nella. If this sort of thing goes on we shall expect to hear of Big Chief Oh-what-a-pal-was-Mary, or Medicine Man You-dldn't-want-me-when-you-had me-so-why-do-you-want-me-now.—Life. Important to »Hothora Examine carefully every bottle Of CASTORIA, that famous old remedy for Infants and children, and see that It In Dee for Over 80 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria New Rifles for Jap Army. . Infantrymen In the Japanese army .are to have a rifle of larger caliber. At present a rifle of .255 caliber Is used, compared with the British .303 and tlx French .314. The gun barrel of the machine gun is also to be short ened. Vacuum-Cleaning the Cat. ' Hold the sweeper near the cat, turn on the current, and then comb or brush the animal's fur. The suction of the machine will take up the loose hairs. Cuticura Comforts Baby's 8kin When red, rough and Itching with hot baths of Cuticura Soap and touches of Cnticilra Ointment. Also make use now and then of that exquisitely scent ed dusting powder, Cuticura Talcum, one of the indispensable Cuticura Toilet Trio.—Adv. It is perfectly proper for the thin girl to expect the dressmaker to make the most of her. The map who courts trouble la soon married. Sure Relief PP » IMPKgSg**) T 6 Bell-anb PSM Hot water £±Hm Sure Relief ( i RE LL-ANS h# FOR INDIGESTION Quickly Relieves Constipation Don't let constipation poison your blood and curtail your energy. If your liver and boards don't work prop- fönTa* erly take CARTER'S ITTLE I \f E R Little Ltvor Fills today and your trouble will _ be relieved. Foe dizziness, appetite, headache and blotchy skin try them. Purely vegetable. PIL o AN ASTRONOMICAL TELESCOPE I glorioua views of Jnpi ter and hla Kooo«t Satan'« King*, details of the Bon, _ ... _ . Moon, Nebulae, etc. Delightful recreation for the professional; profitable far pa bile exhibitor*. T« TW Aw., GooptB. 7251 Make One for Your Wife Don t per *14 to *4« for coal oil burner for •tove; make roar own; tarn roar «tore Into «f *e« store br making a coal oil burner vrom pivt couplings; burns it«« hours to îi/ allon , of 0,1 1 burns like gas; cheaper and Cleaner than wood or coal ; anyone can make. c »n be used for Cook Stove. Range«, rurnaceaaad Heater«. Bln« Print« *1.»« ol»«o Calif 0 * 1 ** 4 Wayland St., San Pran SHIP US YOUR HORSES AND MULES and you will get highest market prices P™ 1 toyear«' experience la bore* T h nr*d]fy COmml "* 4on Hal* «very DENVER HOR8E * MULE CO. Lnion Stock Yards and Denver, Colo. 128 MAMMOTH JACKS W. La FBECKLES gSSS^ rfiBi ECONOMY KEYNOTE OF DAVIS' MESSAGE GOVERNOR Rf.COM MENDS RE TRENCHMENT IN STATE ANO COUNTY EXPENDITURES. Adviasa Against Raising Levying Limit of Taxing Body, Favors Compulsory Education and Against Land Ownership by Aliena. Boise, Idaho.—The Idaho legislature. In joint session on January 4, listened to the message of Governor Davis, after which the legislature went on record as unanimously indorsing Gov ernor Davis for appointment to the cabinet portfolio of secretary of the Interior. * Senator EL W. Whitcomb, president pro tern, of the senate. Introduced the resolution and urged its Immediate passage. Senator Van Hoesen, minor ority leader in the senate and one of the prominent Democrats attending the present session of the legislature, was immediately upon his feet, and la a strong address urged the legislature to give Its nnanlmons Indorsement to the resolution. He declared that, be cause of the efficient business admin istration of government Idaho has had under Governor Davis, tbts state is the mecca for the chief executives of other states who wish to study the more modern forms of state government. The joint assembly thereafter passed the resolution of indorsement. In his message, Governor Davis de clares for a rigid program of economy In dealing with state affairs and gen eral retrenchment along all lines. Asks for the repeal of the tw'o-mlll state highway levy. Declares that the building program of the state should not exceed bond ing limit of Quarter million dollars. Advises against raising levying limit of any taxing body. Suggests further co-ordination of departmental duties. Calls for great reclamation program to increase the population and wealth of the state through better irrigation laws, stabilizing securities. Proposes further extension of the "blue sky" law with closer scrutiny of stock-selling companies, both local and foreign. Points out the Imperative necessity for better marketing conditions. Asks for provision for rehabilita tion of veterans of the world war un til federal boards can act. Calls for preference rights of entry and purchase on lands under state control to be given veterans. , Proposes legislation, following con ferences, to bring about better con ditions for labor. Suggests segregation of first of fenders from habitual criminals at the state penitentiury and better educa tional advantages. Outlines six-year building program and reorganization for state charita ble Institutions. Favors compulsory education In English language for foreigners. Asks for passage of criminal libel law. Would deny right of ownership of real estate to aliens who have not In itiated steps to become citizens. Declares country is overgoverned and asks for fewer and better laws. First Bill Introduced. Senator Witty of Bannock county is author of the first bill Introduced in the sixteenth session of the senate. It proposes to give relief to farmers front payment of the 1920 tax until after they are able to move their crops, most of which are being held on the farms awaiting a better pri -e and a lower freight rate. The bill Is a short one, providing that the payment of the 1920 tax on real and personal property be extended until the fourth Monday in May, 1921, and delinquency cannot be declared until that time. The bill carries an emergency measure providing for its becoming operative Immediately upon its passage and ap proval by the governor. Togs to Be Cheaper. Chicago.—The market for men's spring and summer clothing was opened January 4, and manufacturers offered suits much below that of 1920. One factory quoted the manufacturers' price of wool suits at »25, compared to »40 last fall, and »37 a year ago. A standard worsted suit Is now whole saled at »34, compared to »45 for spring of 1920. The very finest worst ed suits made In America are now of fered at »53. Tobacco Sales Stopped. Louisville, Ky.—Exciting scene* were enacted at several Blue Grass towns Tuesday when tobacco farmers, disappointed with low bids for their leaf tobacco, stopped sales, held mass meetings and put plans on foot to market the crop themselves this year. Masked Bandit Robs Postmistress. Pocatello.—Word has reached here from Obsidian, a small Isolated place in the extreme southwestern part of Custer county, that the postmistress, Mrs. Ganz, was recently held up and robbed Dy a masked bandit. Accord ing to the report, Mrs. Goaz was sur prised and attacked by the bandit while she was alone In the office. The robber llrst bound and gagged her and then looted the office, obtaining thrift stamps,. postage stamps and money amounting to »50, leaving the postmistress bound. I IN THE GEM STATE Snow to the depth of seven feet il plied up on the Atlanta summit be tween Mountain Home anti Atlanta. Forming a link between the local and the state grange, the Canyon County Pomona grange lias been or ganized. According to the records in the city office, improvements were made In Buhl dufing the year 19!» at the rate of »200 for each inhabitant. Frank J. Clayton, chairman of the Industrial accident board of Idaho, has tendered his resignation to Governor D. W. Davis, to become January 10. Seventeen mile« of Bolae streets were sanded at an approximate cost of $6063 from July 1 to December 1. and 602 miles of streets were swept at a coat of »8611. The Idaho Horticultural association opened Its annual convention In the chamber of commerce rooms at Boise, January 6, with about fifty fruitgrow ers of the state In attendance. On an assessed property valuation of »29,930,140.37 there comes to Twin Falla county a total tax sum of »1, 634,313.28, including the assessments against personal and real property. The rabbit population of the Wen dell section suffered heavy casualties last week, when a rabbit drive was staged. A total of 640 of the original natives of this section was slaughtered by farmers. An extra large crew Is cutting Ice for the Oregon Short Line at Humph rey. Approximately 17,000 tons of Ice will be taken to Pocatello for the Ice houses there and about 7500 tons will be sent to other points. Announcement Is made of the re sumption of the Twin Fails Flouring mills with a full force on an l '-bour shift. The mills resumed after a shut down of about 10 days. Demand for flour has suddenly increased. Capt. A. H. Conner, former service man and lawyer of Sundpolnt, has been appointed attorney for the pub lic utilities commission to succeed Ray mond L. Givens, who Is to sit on the bench of the Third judicial district. At its regular luncheon last week the Blackfoot Rotary club Indorsed the civil service appointment of Lee C. Hardy as Indian agent at Fbrt Hall, and Instructed that a telegram to that effect be forwarded to Beuator Borah. A fire at Firth, ten miles north of Blackfoot, destroyed business property to the value of »15,000 and was pre vented from wiping out the entire busi ness district by a bucket brigade of 150 men and boys battling against a heavy gale. The hopes that sweet clover, which grows luxuriantly In many places In the northwest, might be used in mak ing linen have been blasted by the report of R. K. Bonnett, head of the department of agronomy of the Uni versity of Idaho. The city council of Lewiston has called for bids on sewer and street work amounting to »00,000 as the re sult of conferences by business and laboring men in an effort to provide work for the large number of unem ployed In Lewiston. Ada county collected »91,102.00 dur ing 1920 for licenses on motor vehicles, reports from the county assessor's of fice show. Touring cars licensed num bered 4187; roadsters, 420; trucks, 846 ; motorcycles, 230 ; dealers' licenses, 48; chauffeur's licenses, 70. Investigation of the Peter Wykoff estate, involving lands on Long Island, N. Y„ valued at »1,500,000, which may bring a fortune to several Boise and Caldwell people, Is to be had at a meeting of 100 heirs of the estate which is to be held soon at Glenwood, Iowa. Nothing has been heard of Peter P. Grant, formerly of Wallace, who apparently disappeared from the face of the earth during a visit to Port land. latter part of October, one time a prisoner for two weeks In the Hunter mine at Mullan. On the resumption of school at Flier the new »40,000 grade school building was occupied by the primary grade. The need of the new school has been so great that for some time past the basement of the old grade school had been pressed Into service for claw rooms. The basement will shortly again be turned Into a cafeteria. Representative Smith has been hold ing conferences with Director Mather of the national park service. Superin tendent Allbrigbt of Yellowstone park and other officials on the proposal to permit the building of a storage reser voir on Falle river, In tht southwest corner of Yellowstone park, for the benefit of settlers in the upper Snake river valley. Sixty-six head of purebred Jerseys were sold at a ."foundation Jersey 'sale" held recently at Payette. The highest price paid for a Jersey cow was »606, paid by Mr. Berry of &n mett. The animals brought aa aver age price of »2UL55, and the entire herd sold for »16,000. The Pocatello Rotary club at its last meeting unanimously endorsed a reso lution asking the state legislature to pass an emergency bill providing for the postponement.of the collection of taxes for this year on account of the stringent financial situation. Herman Bnrcher, who is said to have profited from nefarious money getting schemes in Pocatello, has been apprehended In Portland. Bnrcher, while in Pocatello, la alleged to have «ashed a number of forged cashier's checks on the Pirat National beak af Parte City, Utah. clerk's effective He was last aeen during the He was at Inter-Mountain Editorial Hilites Selected foe Western Newspaper Union Service by R. A. C. and C. B. W. A Buhl young lady bas posted au offer with a minister to pay half a »50 wedding fee. She la young, handsome and accomplished, hut Is ambitious.— Buhl (Idaho) Herald. The liapplesL proudest men and women ln Malad are those who see things going forward and who know that they are having a hand in the work.— Malad (Idaho) Enterprise. The cost of living has been reduced one-fourth In some Hnes. That only leaves seven-fourths still to be lopped off before we descend to something ap proaching normal. — fit. Anthony (Idaho) Newa. Dirty money la Paria la believed to fdm the cause for an epidemic of bolls Many ef us would willingly risk Infection for the privilege of handling some of the dirty lucre these «Jays.—Wilder (Idaho) Herald. f What could be a better Christmas gift than co-operation. Extend It from all sides and more especially when It concerns your own Interests and creates the friendly feeling that should be found among all citizens.—Gunni son (Utah) News. Time has wrought great changes. Romeo stood under Juliet's window and played a stringed Instrument. Rut the young man of today toots an auto horn at the curbing, and a young lady comes tearing out of the house.—Em mett (Idaho) Examiner. A bachelor writer says that twenty dollars a week Is sufficient for the support of a family of six. The gen tleman who makes the assertion Is probably hustling to pay Mr his hum dry and buy scrap meat for a pet pup. —Council (Idaho) Leader. It won't down and It won't stuy quiet when it Is down—this old buga boo about our having war with Japan. •We are hearing a good deal of It just now, hut it Is coining largely through fear, and partly through i>olltlrlun* who have an ax to grind.—Ely (Nev.) Nows. State of Washington muy puss a law prohibiting the wearing of shoes with heels higher than an .Inch and a half. some advisers appear to have It In for high heels, nothing Is noted of any particularly antipathy to high prices,— Pocatello (Idaho) Tribune. While the astute »«Ions and The leaders who finally put over the "Woman suffrage movement to nation wide succeaa, are emphasizing the idea that their sex Is much more In dependent of -"boss rule" than the men ever were. If so, the community will be the gainer, though It Is often diffi cult to define just what boss rule real ly la.—Elko (Nev.) Free Frees. Utah can congratulate Itself more than moat states upon what It looks forward to (during 1921), for the state finds Itself In a strategically important position In the economic development of the west that Is certain to bring to It the benefits of that progrès« which la as certain gs the coming of tomor row.—Myton (Utah) Free Press. In Chicago the rich folks complain that they cannot find competent ser vants to take care pf their children. But why should such Important work be turned over to those who can be hired? Why do not the parents, even If they are rich, do some of the carfM for their own children? Ia there any thing in the world that Is more worth while on their part—Goldfield (Nev.) Tribune. A good water system should he th« first step toward making the home modern. Home have electric lights be fore they have running water, because commercial concerns are In the field selling lighting systems. However, a water system can be Inatalled for less money, and It lv of greater service. A good many Install the two at the same time, using an electric motor to maintain water pressor« Few farm homes are now being built that are not modern.—Utah Farmer. Those who have been patting in several yean wearing »13 silk Shirts, »20 shoes, »4 necktie«, »10 hats and all the flubdub* that go with that sort of thing, paying DO a qgart for bootleg booze, using 50 gallons of gas a week joyriding and jazzing, and have con sequently no money In bank for the rainy days and lean year* to come have no sympathy coming. A fool and bis money la soon parted. But oh, bow they do scream.—Brigham City (Utah) Journal. Th j Helena Record ia a double col umn editorial on tts front page wants to know why "coal that a little addle ago »old here for »4.50 or 15 a too now retails for »12 and »1230 a ton by the ton or load." Don't the Miner's contemporary appreciate that R ia considered very vulgar and rude to ask sacb personal and leading questions?—Butte (Moot.) Miner. The quickest way to win the coofl. to to stgrt cussing fallow they dont like.—Evaa» Kf ABigDrop in. cJell-0 2 &, S> The Genesee Pure Food Company; Le Roy, N. Y. m U "Yes, this Is a Boston bull." "Well èred?" "Could anything from Boston be otherwise?" Kill That Cold With CASCARA E> QUININE PM AMD Cold», Ceagks Cr *PM Neglected Colds are Dangerous Take as ehaacea Keep this standard remedy handy far the firm Orlppe b» S days— BaeaMem for Neadeehe ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT GENTLE JOLT FOR SWEENY Feasibly There Are Others Who Might Benefit by Reflecting on George's Observation. Frothlnghain Dodge, the Boston municipal reformer. In the course of an address to Harvard students, said ; "Man wasn't made to loaf. Th» minute he begtna to loaf he takes to drink or hypochoudrlu—I don't know which Is worse. "There*« a loafing hypochondriac named Hweeny who spends all bla time talking about hia health. He's always ailing, and usually when you go to see him you And him In bed with a headache or rheumatism or dyspepsia or what not. "Hweeny waa tottering feebly down tlie street one day when he fell In with a burly friend named George. " 'George,' he said, 'I'd give any thing to be as strong and heallby as you are. What do you live 00 T* " 'I live on fruit,' said George. "•Fruit, ehr said Hweeny eagerly. That sounds good. I'll have to try It. What kind of fruit, Georger "The fruit of labor,* George an swered significantly." If a man could only see himself as his neighbors see biro, he could easily see hta finish. Graft la something else we cannot ear»—only »cold «boat Look, into it! If tea or coffee drink ing' disturbs health or comfort, switch to Instant Postum There a a big gain toward health, with con venience, economy, and no lose in satisfaction GROCERS EVERYWHERE SELL POSTUM Hade by Ib0tumCerBllCompa3w.be Battle Creek, Mich., / Hvw p JK 2 S.« W POSTUM . Quite tie. "The census bureau employe asms 4,000 clerk»." "Quite n job to take the census of the census," "YANKS" GOT THEIR COFFEE Sergeant's Fereonsl »Kiek" te King George Brought About the De sired Change In Rations. Sergeant Guy on nf TT* troop. Amer ican force« In Germany, ha« the dis tinction of having hta ration changed by direct orders from King George. When Ha* American army polo team from Goldens w«« In England recent ly, Guy on had charge of the [tool** at Aldershot. The king visited ttie field and waa attracted by the ponies' blankets bearing the letter« "A. r. O." lie approached to Inspect theta and addressed Guyon. "Welt, how are you getting along In England?" The British Tommies nearby stand ing rigidly at attention were petrified by Guyon'e reply; "Oh. pretty well, king, hut soy. this tee we have for breakfast la fierce- can't you fix It up so we can have coffeet" The king laughed and addressing one of his aides said : "He* to It that these men have coffee hereafter." And the Americans bad coffee. A College Lad. "fa he a raw youth r "Well, lie wouldn't ao consider him self. Call him a rah-rah yoatk." A man may forget to wind hie watch, hut the flight of tin»# goes on juat the name.