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HILL’S^p FIVE MILLION VSXD IT LAST YEAR HUTS CASCARAgQUININE L *xsa# *»**— torts op I cold la S 4 crip la I dam. #b&£ Replacing Sugar With Cotton. According to the South African Jour nal of Industries for July, 1919, the re placement of cane by cotton in parts of Zululand is being taken notice of by the sugar industry. A number of planters declare that they find cotton a more paying and a more promising crop than sugar. A great advantage in favor of cot ton Is that a crop can be planted and handled within about six months and does not Involve the heavy expenditure for wagons, track and vehicles, such as is essential with cane. WHY DRUGGISTS RECOMMEND SWAMP-ROOT Far BUT ymrs druggists have mtcW with much intenot the remarkable record maietaiaed by Dr. Kilmar’a Swamp-Root, the (teat kidney, Ueer and bladder medi cine. It is n physician's prescription. Swamp-Root is a strengthening medi cine. It hstpc the kidneys, lieer and blad der do tba work net are intended they should do. Swamp-Boot has stood the toot of years. It la add By all draggiete on its merit and it should hdp you. No other kidney medicine ksa so many friends. Be oars to ret Swamp-Root and start treatment at osoi. However, if yon wish first to teet this (test preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer * Co., Binchsmton, N. Y„ tar n sample bottle. When writln* be. sun and mention this paper.—Ads. Snake's Rattles. The rattles of the rattlesnake ore but a number of small boues on the tail so loosely fastened together that they make a clinking noise when shaken. Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CABTORIA, that famous old remery for infants and children, and tee that It In Use for Owr 80 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher’s Cartons Light Waves* Pressure. By the use of delicate apparatus which he Invented a Russian scientist has demonstrated that light waves ex ert a measurable mechanical pres sure. Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cored & local applications as they cannot reach diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one way to cure Catarrhal Deafness, and that Is by a constitutional remody. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE* acts through tho Blood on the Mucous Surfaces •f the System. Catarrhal Deafness Is paused by an Inflamed condition of the mneons lining of the Eustachian Tube. Wfesn this tube Is Inflamed you have a rambling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely cloeed, Deafnesele the result. Unleee the Inflammation can bo re duced and this tube restored to Its nor mal condition, bearing may be destroyed forever. Many cases of Deafness are caused by Catarrh, which Is an Inflamed condition of the Mucous Surfaces. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for any ease of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. All Druggists 18c. -Circulars free. F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio. Net Restricted. “That gentleman who Just entered Is a free thinker.’* “Oh, Indeed! Is he a bachelor or a widower?” YOUR COLO IS EASED AFTER THE FIRST DOSE "Papa's Cold Compound" thon broako up a cold in a fow hours Relief comes Instantly. A dose taken every two hours until three doses are taken usually breaks up a severe cold and ends all the grippe misery. The very first dose opens your clogged-np nostrils and the air pass ages In the head, stops nose running, relieves the headache, dullness, fever ishness, sneezing, soreness and stiff* ness. Don’t stay stnffed-np! Quit blowing and snuffling! Clear your congested head! Nothing else in the world gives such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold Compound,” which costs only a few cents at any drug store. It acts with out assistance, tastes nice, contains no quinine—lnsist upon Pape's!—Adv. Their Job. “There Is a chorus of butchers aud bakers In that vaudeville act." “I suppose they are feeders for the star." Any man who calls himself nn Idiot wants others to question his veracity. Any man can make a fool of ■himself by trying to act smart. PPI Keep Your Eyfes COLORADO STATE NEWS Western Newspaper Union New* Service. COMING EVBHTS. The Red Croaa Christmaa Beal «1« will take place all over the United States from December 1 to 10. 1919. Approximately $3,000,000 is the' to tal resources of the three banks of Montrose, according to the reports re cently made In the government call. A memorial tablet In honor of the twenty-two Routt county men who died In the war with Germany Is to be erected In the high school building at Steamboat Springs. Possibility of an early adjournment of the extra session of the State Leg islature until after the holidays al ready Is being discussed by members of the Twenty-Second General Assem bly. The state highway commission has Included In Its 1920 program of road improvement an item of $140,000 for building six and one-half miles of ce ment road between Brighton and Fort Lupton. At a hearing on estimates for gov ernment reclamation projects held be fore a congressional committee, $300,- 000 was asked for the Grand Valley reclamation project and $50,000 to continue work on the Uncorapahgre project In Colorado. Denied the release of coal shipped In by rail, Manager W. W. Campbell of the Mesa flour mills Is keeping the mill in operation by hauling in coal by auto truck. Mines of the upper valley are operating with normal forces of miners, but coni loaded out is being confiscated for essential In dustries and railroads. Twenty-five days after she was bit ten by a rabid dog w’hieh terrorized West Denver, Jessie Webster, 5 years old, one of twenty victims, died of hy drophobia. She was taken to the coun ty hospital and with each succeeding hour her cbndltlon grew worse. The child was treated with a quantity of Pasteur serum, brought from Chicago after the score of persons were bitten. Judge John Hough, for more than forty years the dean of mining In the San Juan country and especially Hins dale county, Is dead. Had he lived un til Christinas he would have been 89 years of age. He hod been county Judge at Lake City, the county seat of Hinsdale county, for many years and was highly esteemed and respected by the entire community. Approximately 0,000,000 feet of tim ber has just been sold by the United States forest service to the Galbreath Tie and Timber Company, which has a sawmill on Hope creek about six teen miles from South Fork. The tim ber Includes Engelman spruce and Douglas fir. The lumber and ties are to be hauled from the sawmill to the railroad at South Fork by motor trucks. Taxpayers In Denver’s election voted the Issuance of $2,000,000 In bonds for a building program for public schools that includes the erection of four jun ior high schools and t«.*o elementary schools. The school levy will be ’n creased approximately 1 mill to take care of the interest on bonds, as well as to meet increases In teachers' sala ries. The regular school levy Is 6.32 mills. A prospecting course has been add ed to the Opportunity school curricu lum in Denver when a class to last twelve weeks was formed under the direction of T. A. Weaver. The Colo rado Development and Manufacturers* Association are behind the course. Mr. Weaver says that many business men are ready to grubstake prospectors who have sufficient technical knowl edge to make the expense of a miner alogist unnecessary. Never In the history of Walsenburg have so many investors visited there. Men from several states huve been in town looking for business openings and for land which they can purchase. Harry Hatters, a Japanese, proprie tor of a barber shop in Swink, Colo., was shot through the body and in stantly killed by an unknown assail ant, believed to be another Japanese. The shooting occurred In a building In the rear of the Saddle Rock restau rant In Swink. No further particulars of the shooting have yet been obtain ed. The only suspect arrested so far Is a Japanese, who cannot speuk Eng lish, and has failed to shed any light on the affair. That building is still on the boom in Pueblo is proven by the figures given out by the city building inspector’s of fice. For eleven months so far this year the value of buildings constructed or under construction Is 79 per cent grec 1 <r ilmn that of the first eleven mom Its of 1018. There were 551 build ing permits issued so far this year and the value of these buildings approxi mates $655,300 compared to 432 permits with a valuation of $367,307 last year. An unusual preponderance of youth ful criminals of quasi and semi-mis chief makers, ranging in ages from 15 to 21 years, was ilie outstanding fea ture of the records and convictions In the West Side court In Denver during November. Twenty-two lads to the re formatory in Buena Vista was the month’s toll, with-automobile stealing as the main avenue of conviction. Burglars looted the Cox-Brewer Mercantile Company's store at Frulta and obtained S4OO worth of merchan dise, besides S4O in money. They left no clew. TUB-CmnCNNB RBOORD. “CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP" IS CHILD’S LAXATIVE Look at tongue! Rtmovo poisMM from otomach, I Ivor and bowole. Accept “California" Syrup of Figs only—look for the name California on the package, then yon are sure your child la having the best and most harm less laxative or physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its delicious fruity taste. Full directions for child’s dose on each bot tle. Give It without fear. Uotherl Tou must say “California.'* —Adv. Difficulty of Uncompromising Stand. “Where Is that speech you were go ing to deliver?” “I still have It under consideration,” answered Senator Sorghun). “Is It a hard speech to write?" “Very. Every time 1 get at It I have the greatest difficulty In keeping my mind from digging up the best pos sible arguments on the other side." GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER. Constipation Invites other troubles which come speedily unless quickly checked and overcome by Green's August Flower which Is a gentle laxa tive, regulates digestion both In stomach and Intestines, cleans and sweetens the stomach and alimentary canal, stimulates the liver to secrete the bile and Impurities from the blood. It is a sovereign remedy used In many thousands of households all over the civilized world for more than half a century by those who have suffered with Indigestion, nervous dyspepsia, sluggish liver, coming up of food, pal pitation, constipation and other In testinal troubles. Sold by druggists and dealers everywhere. Try a bottle, take no substitute.—Adv. His Only Chance. “Can I get n room for the night?' asked the man of the hotel clerk. “No,” replied the clerk, "we haven't got a room In the l\ouse." “Where in thunder um I going to sleep, then?" “Why, there's n movie picture show In the next block. They have contin uous performances, 1 believe." ASPIRIN FOR COLDS Name "Bayer" is on Genuine Aspirin—say Bayer Insist on "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin’* In a "Bayer package/* containing prop er directions for Golds, Pain, Head ache, Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Rheu matism. Name "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for nineteen years. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. Aspirin is trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Mono aceticacidester of Sallcylicacld.—Adv. In the Majority. Mrs. Bacon —I see the judges at a baby show at Cedar Fails, la., did their best to please everybody by awarding every contestant a prize. Mr. Bacon—There must have boon a lot of booby prizes awarded, then. TONIGHT! Take "Cascarets” if sick. Bilious, Constipated. Enjoy life! Straighten up! Your system is filled with liver and bowel poison which keeps your skin sallow, your stomach upset, your head dull and aching. Your meals are turning Into poison and you cannot feel right. Don’t stay bilious or constipated. Feel splendid always by taking Cascarets occasionally. They act without grip ing or inconvenience. They never sick en you like Calomel, Salts, Oil or nasty, harsh pills. so little too—Cas carets work while you sleep.—Adv. Seeing Things. Flatbusl)—You know mirrors do wonders towurd brightening up a home. Bensonhurst—I know It. My wife always seems happier when she sees herself in a lot of mirrors around the house. The man who finds fault with his neighbor’s religion should spend a little time -repairing his own. COLORADO NEWS NOTES. The State Bureau of Child and Ani mal Protection, state capitol, Denver, wants good citizens all over the state to act us volunteer officers for the protection of neglected children and dumb animals. Many have allied in the post with marked success In com bating this abuse and have secured much satisfaction in protecting the helpless. This is accomplished with very little time and trouble and the friendship gained many times repnys for enmity incurred. Their authority ia ample and backed by the bureau at the state capitol. The bureau belongs to the people of the state, and it is a duty of all good citizens to see that its provisions are carried out in every community. The menace of tuberculosis is shown vividly in a little heulth movie which is now running in Denver and which will be shown in every section of Colo rado. The picture and movie slides are being used to boost the campaign of the Colorado Public Health Association which is raising $150,000 to be used in this state to fight tuberculosis and to promote public health. The entire state has organized to back this cam paign to build up Colorado by better ing public health conditions in the state. Enthusiastic reports from every section show’ that the people are arous ing to the need which exists for work of the kind which has been undertaken by the State Health Association. E. D. Smith, agricultural agent for La Plata county, lias announced that in the near future lte will conduct throughout the country a series of one day institutes, at which he will in struct tlie ranchers in farm mannge . inent and the keeping of their ac counts, many of them desiring infor mation on a simple system of book keeping in particular, as they have hail much difficulty In the past of making out their income tax returns. In one of the first convictions re turned under the Colorado trust law, James M. Campbell, Frank Theobald, E. W. Patterson, T. S. Barnes and Thomns McCarty, members of the M in ter Plumbers* Association, were found guilty in tlie District Court at Colo rado Springs of the charge of unlaw ful combination in restraint of trade. It is the first decision in the pi tin th ing trust cases which have been in the courts since November, 1917. The value of all livestock on the farms In Colorado in 1919, as estimat ed by the Bureau of Crop Estimates of the United States Department of Agriculture, was $172,751,000. Asses sors' reports show Increases this year in practically all classes of livestock, so that indications are that the State Co-operative Crop Reporting Service will find the value of livestock on farms January 1, 1920, to be close to $200,000,000. Struck by a -mammoth rock while at work in ,the Sopris mine of the Colo rado Fuel and Iron Company, Ancjitlo Sail a, coal miner, 39 years old, was instantly killed. Tlie rock, weighing several tons, struck Salla on the crushing It to u pulp and scattering brains about tlie working place. The lower portion of the body was also badly crushed. The dead man leaves a widow and two children at Sopris. Girard Douglas, colored youth, charged with a statutory offense fol lowing his alleged attack upon Miss Lutle Marshall, a Sophomore student In Colorado College, on the night of Nov. 14, will he taken* to Colorado Springs for trial on the first day of the January term of the District court, the January term of the District Court. Court requesting his delivery into the court on that day. Florence McGloclilin, 14-year-old daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. A. J. Me- Glochlin, lost her voice through fright when she and three companions met four mountain lions on Potato hill, two miles east of Hot Sulphur Springs. She was taken home and put under the core of Dr. F. E. Bernard and recov ered the power of speech the next day. The farm products of Montrose county again came to the front when John Ilow’ell of Bostwlek Park, with exhibits in the International grain and hay show at Chicago, captured sev eral of the most important prizes, in the wheat and outs entries mainly. Theae same exhibits recently took the main prizes at international exposi tions at Kansas City and Wichita, Kan. Due to the stimulus of the two weeks’ campaign to secure jobs to: ex service men, employers in Denver nr.d Colorado have responded to the call to such an extent that a job is v.ail ing for every Yank who is qual'Ticd to fill it, according to reports received at tlie demobilization bureau in the Chamber of Commerce building In Den ver. A hew Boulder beet sugar companv, capitalized at $2,000,000, lias filed in corporation papers with the secretary of state. It is to he known as the Farmers' Independent Sugar Company. Erection and operation of sugar plants, growing, buying and selling of sugar beets, acquisition of livestock, and other interests are stated as among the purposes of the concern. The Importance of the livestock In dustry in Colorado is shown by the fact that corn, hay and forage crops grown in the state account for nearly one-half the value of all crops grow.i In the state, and by far the greater amount of these feed crops are fed to livestock in this state. Forty-four children were born in El Paao county during the month of No vember, according to the report Is sued by the Colorado Springs health department. Boys were more nnme roua than girls, the count being twen ty-four to twenty. DOUBLE BEAUTY OF YOUR HAIR "Danderine” creates mass of thick, glaamy waves I In a few moments yon can transform your plain, dnll, flat hair. Yon can have It abundant, soft, glossy and foil of life. Just get at any drug or toilet counter a small bottle of "Danderine” for a few cents. Then moisten a soft cloth with the “Danderlne” and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. Instantly, yes. immediately, you have doubled the beauty of your hair. It will be a mass, so soft, lustrous and so easy to do up. All dust, dirt and excessive oil is re moved. Let Danderine put more life, color, vigor, and brightness in your hair. This stimulating tonic will freshen your scalp, check dandruff and falling haii and help your hair to grow long, thick, strong and beautiful. —Adv. Evidence. “You always have that same wait ress in the restaurant, don’t you?" said the business man. "Always," replied his friend. "She's very careful to bring me clean food." "How do you know?” "Why, today I saw her brushing the dust off m.v piece of custard pie with her apron.”-—Yonkers Statesman. No ugly, grimy streaks on the clothes when Red Cross Bag Blue is used. Good bluing gets good results. All grocers carry it—5c. Concerted War on Tuberculosis. A systematic campaign of anti-tuber culosis education has been conducted in France for more than a year, under the patronage of the Rockefeller foun dation. Three traveling exhibits and groups of lecturers visited ten depart ments, and In 141 gave exhibits. Dur ing the year more than 2,000,000 pieces of printed matter, posters, pamphlets, postcards, games, etc., were distrib uted through the whole of France. It is stated that the public material, written by French men and women, and charmingly Illustrated by French artists, has set a new standard for popular health public education. His First King. One of the national treasury officials who helped put over the national Lib erty loan campaigns and his colored man-servant George were coming through Rock Creek park, Washing ton, the other morning and they met King Albert of Belgium taking a con stitutional afoot. The trio stopped and ••hatted for a few minutes and the king shook hands with George the same as he did with the official. After the king hud passed on the official turned to George and asked him what he thought of his majesty. "Afore Gawd.” George said, 'Vlat am the first king I ever saw outside of a deck.” The Idea. Sin* —Don’t you think it is very fool ish to sit holding hands? He—Not If you’re holding trumps. When n man fulls in love the fall is apt to break his pockctliook. f Nervous? Restless at Night? Ever Have Headaches? How about your daily cup of coffee? Suppose you try a change to Instant Postum This delightful cereal beverage possesses a fine coffee-like fla vor, but has none of the harm ful after-effects thru which coffee so often prevents vigor ous, red-blooded health. Costs less, too. Made by Poatum Coroal Company, Battle Creek, Miclsiu Sold by Giocera and General Stoma. What Neighbors Say Waldon. Colo.;—"I am clad to add my testimony in regard to what Dr. Pierce# Anurie Tablets have done for me. I am sore ttbey saved my life, and if I can be in* strumentol in help ing others I will feel well repaid. My kidneys and bladder were in very bed condition for a long time and got worse every day. I used one bottle of a well known kidney medi cine without any re lief, then I took two bottles of another remedy and used them but got worse every day. 1 was in terrible shape, was disturbed eight to twelve times in a night and suffered excruciating pain and there would be a thick brownish sediment. I was despondent. At last I saw ‘Anurie’ advertised in a Kansas City paper and I thought it just suited my case so I ser to Dr. Pierce’s Invalids’ Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for a trial package, which was ten cents. I took two tablets at night and felt much better in the morning ana by the second morning I didn’t feel any pain at all when vending the kidney secretion. In a week there was no sediment in the water, and it has been normal ever since. That was eighteen months ago. therefore it would be hard to make tbe claim far ‘Anurie’ too strong., —G. L. BUNDY. When Ran-down and in Need of a Tonic Kmnwas City, Kans. '—“About the only medicine 1 have ever given my little boy » Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Diace very. He never was very strong, and being deli cate would become run-down very quickly, would suffer loss of appetite. I would give him the ‘Golden Medical Discovery* and it always built him up in good health. I have also given this medicine as a spring tonic; for such ‘Golden Medical Discovery* has no equal. I do recommend its use.”— MßS. GEO. MAUL, 1042 N. 13th St. FREE ON REQUEST —A VIVID STORY of the wonderful Texan Oil Fields based on ab solute truth. Write Chas. E. Jackson, Boa 236, Independence, Kansas. W. N. 57 DENVER, NO. 50-1919. GOTO IWTTO THE WORLD Destruction of Precious Metal Practi cally Goes On Without Ceasing, Either Day or Night. Every ship that goes to the bottom takes with her a certain amount of gold. It may be only a few pounds’ worth or—as In the ease of the fa mous Lusitania—a million may be hist In a minute. Every fire that occurs means a de struction of gold, and there Is never n minute, day or night, when scores of human habitations are not burning. London alone has 2.400 fires yearly. Besides all this, there is the matter of hoarding. In countries where hanks are not found In every town, the peo ple who have gold hide or bury It. In many cases they die without reveal ing the hiding place. In this w*v India alone swallows up more titan £500,«J00 worth of gold yearly, Chinn niofe than this, while Africa is at pres ent absorbing gold in this way at n rate of more than a million pounds a year. The money Is paid as wages to Kaffir laborers at the mines, and by them carried away to their kraals, whence it never returns. More Than Enough. I was one of a company of teacher* being entertained at dinner one eve ning. Our hostess urged me to eat more of some delicacy which site passed to me, hut I declined, saying: “No, thank you; I’ll do well if I get rid of what I have here. Amid the roars of laughter from my fellow guests I realized what a tactless re murk I had made. This, I am quite sure, has been the most embarrassing moment in my life. —Exchange. Some men would rather owe you a bill forever than put you to the trou ble of collecting it. Nothing worries some women like forgetting a secret they want to tell.