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JKCARAW quinine V miota# \£Stt£?££!L!?ZZrS Healthy liver Healthy life Taylhwr— tulhy wdoe^btSw, SmAbAhMi a (Ml (o«cd >Mrtlilill»lfcrun»iwi#*h ■LomnaMimNiMi gnat Mm and blood tooic far Cuticura Soap Is Ideal for The Complexion BRAZIL, SOUTH AMERICA Bolloblo information lor tbooo dMiring to loeaU than. Addroaa 30* Bo*a True Bldg. Haadkgi Pmm. Ha Wasn't 80 Much. ’ Giles’ grandmother, with whom he lived, wad, 111 and the little fellow was left nncared for except for his own childish efforts. One day he came home very dirty and shabby in ap* A jarance and with his stockings down. grandmother bewailed the fact she was unable to take proper v.are of him. “Gee, grandmother,” said Giles, “yon don’t know the world. Xou ought to see the other guys." Cautiously Stated. The American officers who came to the courts at Cannes to compete for the army tennis championship were re* qnlred on their arrival to report to Colonel Johnson, the organiser. When one competitor came In, Colonel John* son, according to American Lawn Ten nis, looked up apd said: “Are you a tAnls pjayer?” The lieutenant looked a little bash* ful and replied: “Well, I think I am—at least. I have orders to prove It” * Important to Uothorw Examine carefully every bottle « CASTORIA, that famous old remedy for Infants and children, and see that It In Use for Over 30 Tears. Children Cry for Fletcher's Cartons Natural Action. “What do men do when they are drummed out of the army, pop?” “They beat It” Put your business before pleasure or by and by you won’t have either. BAD BREATH Often Caused by Acid-Stomach How ean anyone with a •*«. stomach. wbo Is constantly bolehtn*. hoe heartburn end suffers from ladleemion havs anrthlac but a bad broathT All of thooo stomach dleordere maaa Jest eae thine— ■ATONIC, the weadorful mow stomach remedy la pleasaat tastlns tablet form that you oat llko a bit af oaady, brines quick [ relief from thooo stomach miseries. BATON IC swestsas the breath because it makes the | stomach oweet. cool and comfortable. Try it I for that nasty taste, eonyested throat aad I -heady feeltae*’A*ter too mach amoklae* It aselsctsd. Aeld-Bfsssaeh may cause you a 1st sf serious trouble. It loads to ner vousness. headaches, insomnia, melancholia, rheumatism,, ssiatlsa, heart trouble, uloer and aanoer of the stomach. It makes its neillloae of victims weak and miserable, listless, lacklae in enerey. aU tired out. It •fteu brines about chronic invalidism, pre mature aid aye, a sborteatne of one’s darn You need the help that BATONIC can ylve Jm if you are not fee line as strouy •»* as you ehould. You will bo surprised how mush better you will feel just as aoen as yes becia tahlue this wonderful stomach remedy. Oet a ale N seat bo* from your drueetat today. He will return .your money if you are not aotlsffsd ETATONIC PATENTS Heme msec—fcle Bferrissn W. M. U., DBNVM. NO. k-1«aOL “ COLORADO STATE NEWS Wnurn Ntwiptpir Union Ifowo Sorvloo. comno events. Denver Automotive Show will be held In Denver, March 3 to I, at Stock tarda Stadium. The shortage of ears, which has held back the shipment of potatoes In the Carbondale district, leaves hun dreds of tons of the valuable tubers still unmarketed. The school board of Golden la to be asked to call a special election on the question of voting bonds to the amount of 1180,000 for building a new high school In Golden. After deliberating twenty-five min utes, the Jury in the case of Giacomo Corrlente at Trinidad found him not guilty of the murder of his brother, Sam Corrlente, on Oct 21,1919. The' Farmers’ Union Is considering erecting a flour mill at Rifle. A big meeting held there brought out .elgbty . two members and the determination to build a mill seemed almost universal. H. A. Gits, a farmer near Monte Vista, died, the victim of the Influenza epidemic, which has caused Monte Vista authorities to placfe a ban on all public congregating and public amuse ments. C. D. Jackson, station agent for the Colorado, Wyoming A Eastern railroad at Walden, has figured that 422 cars of cattle and thirty-four cars of sheep have been shipped from Walden, He bron and Laßand, Colo., between Aug. 9th and Dec. 31st The purchase of six locomotives from the Colorado 'Midland railroad by the Mexican government has been completed for a price reported to be $130,000. The engines are to be delivered as soon as possible for use on the federally oper ated roads In Mexico. The government is now building a splendid road from Thompsonr Springs, Utah, to Moab, Utah, the lo cation of the recent oil strike. The road is to cost $200,000 for the thirty seven miles when completed and will be twenty-four feet wide on the flats, eighteen on hillsides and sixteen feel In deep cuts. It Is being pushed rapid ly. Sending his attendant on a false pursuit by declaring another patient had planned escape and had Just fled around a corner of the building as they walked from the dining hall to a ward, Don P. Blackwood, former Denver lawyer, who was committed to the state hospital for the Insane last month, escaped from the state Institu tion at Pueblo. Denver time will be act ahead one hour on May 1 as a result of thfe City Council passing the .daylight saving ordinance on final reading. The bill carried by a vote of 6 to 3 and It Is understood that Mayor Dewey C. Bailey, who favors the move, will sign the ordinance. Under the terms ol the ordinance the clocks will be turned back to standard time Oct. 1. Leon M. Hattenbach, member of the Senate of the Colorado Assembly and city Industrial commissioner, died al the steering wheel of bis automobile while be was driving on Wadsworth street, Jefferson county, coming to ward Denver. Mrs. Hattenbach and ft year-old son, Leon, Jr., were the only other occupants of the car. Heart fail ure was said to be the cause. The construction of the consolidate! school building at Monument will be gin with the coming of spring weather according to an announcement made b. the school directors at the office ol the county superintendent of schools Plans for the building are now belni . drawn and the school board Is prepar ing to advertise for bids on the build ing contract In the near future. A report comes from- Cripple Creek that the Lincoln Mining and Milling Company, which recently opened s large gold ore reduction plant there, 1- now negotiating for the purchase ol the Cripple Creek Short Line railroad,. In the interest of better highways and more attractions for tourists a movement Is under way to annex to Pueblo county portions of Custei county. In the vicinity of the Rye and Beulah districts.’ It is said t&at Cus ter county favors ceding the district to Pueblo county and It is likely that n bill will be presented at the next Legislature changing the boundaries of both counties. Colorado National Guardsmen, wh< were called for federal service along the Mexlcnn border, may receive claims against the federal government totaling $175,000 as a result of Adjt Gen. William A. Spangler's successful efforts to have the cases reopened at Washington. The claims were orlgl . nally disallowed, because of a misun derstanding, according to a message received by the State Military Depart ment, which arose while the chief of the claims bureau waa In France. Thp State Co-operative Crop Report ing Service, With the assistance ol county assessors, will endeavor to make a much more complete report on the acreage of all crops grown In the various counties In the state this year than It has ever made before. Ae schedule to be used, by county asses sors has been modified, after consulta tion with a committee representing the assessors. It will be much easier to han dle than the schedule used In 1910, and will provide Information on the acre age of many crops that were not In cluded In the 1019 schedule. THM QHTBNNB —COED. COLORADO NEWS NOTES. ▲ number of Colorado people’ who are interested In the collection annual ly of accurate agricultural statistics for the state hare suggested that a bill be Introduced In the next.lAglsln ture providing for the licensing of all thresher-men and requiring them to make reports each week during the threshing season showing the acreage and production of all grain threshed by them. The form of measure gen erally favored Is one similar to the law now In effect In Michigan, which has proved very successful. Under this no fee is charged for the licensing of threahermen, but they are required to furnish Information regarding acre age and production of grain threshed In' lieu of paying a fee. The State Immigration Department now collects through county assessors Information showing the acreage devoted to each crop, but accurate information regard ing production Is not available. The Inquiry made in January by tbe Co-operative Crop Reporting Service regarding the number and value of live stock on farms on January Ist, Indi cates a decrease In the number of beef and range cattle, sheep and swine and possibly slight Increases In the number of dairy cattle, horses and mules, as compared with the number of the vari ous classes of livestock on farms Jan. 1, 1919. A decrease In the average value per head of every class of live stock la Indicated and apparently there will be rather a sharp decrease In the total value of all livestock on farms as compared with a year ago. During the year 1919 Coloradoans enjoyed more days of perfect sunshine than the residents of any other state in the country. There were 135 days on which the sun shone brightly without a cloud In the sky, according to the of ficial annual report Issued by the Den ver branch of the United States weath er bureau. Only on eighty-four days was the sun hidden from ylew for the entire day, and on 146 days It was ob scured only a part of the time, accord ing to the report August Speck, perhaps the first set tler In what Is now North Park, who went to that section forty-five years ago, died at his home near Ovri, Colo., and his body was taken to Manches ter, Ih„ for Interment. Mr. Speck was born In Germany a little more than elgbty-elght years ago, and went to North Park forty-five years ago, be ing engaged In sluice minings He shipped large quantities of gold from time to time. After drawing up a will providing how his estate, amounting-to several thousand dollars, should be divided and leaving Instructions as to his bur ial, Alfred T. Norman, 45 years old, a veterinary Inspector attached to the United States bureau of animal Indus try, committed suicide by shooting him self through the mouth In his room at a Denver hotel with a .S2-ealiber revol ver. Death was Instantaneous. Hllgry King, 27, was Instantly killed while hauling timber to his ranch, some twenty-nine miles west of Colorado Springs, near Divide. He lost his bal ance from the bumping of the wagon on the frdken roads and fell beneath one of the rear wheels which crushed out his life. 1 That there has been six times the snowfall this season on. the Poudre wa tershed than at this time last season Is the statement of Clem Duvall, caretak er at the Laramle-Poudre tunnel which' penetrates the continental divide near Its crest and carries water from the Laramie to the Poudre rivers. Mining activities are reflected In the planned erection In the San Juan min ing field at Little Deadwood gulch of a fifty-ton mill early this spring. The Incas Mining Company Is financing the building of the plant. A few men are working steadily on the new entry to the big coal mine at Sunlight Everyone Is hoping that the Colorado Midland again will be oper ated and the output from the mines will be much larger than ever. Transfer to the permanent state school fund of $600,900 worth of bonds which have been held In the public school Income fund of Colorado for a number of years will make available, under an agreement reached by of ficials of the state land, school and treasury departments, the sum of SIOO yearly for distribution to the school districts of the state until the entire sooo,9oo has been converted Into In come and apportioned to the counties. The body of Steve Borad. cage ten der, was found at the bottom of the shaft of the Sunnyslde mine, near Sil verton, crushed almost beyond recog nition. No one knew of the accident which is believed to have caused Bor ad’s death until the discovery of the body. It Is supposed he lost his foot ing at the top of the shaft and fell in to the opening. David Lloyd, age 19, a student In the local high school at -Grand Junc tion, ended his life by shooting him self through the head while at the home of his sweetheart. Miss Wllda Fowler, 16, also a high school student. Tbe couple are said to have quarreled about company whom Miss Fowler ac companied to a dance the night before. The wild game In the forested areas of the western slope are In fine condi tion and will not need state feeding unless some unusually bad weather comes, according to J. D. Jennings. He reports that quail have suffered severe losses. One herd of fifty or more deer has been seen on South Beaver creek. Slxty-flve elk have been observed in one band In the Soap creek region and fifty more In Taylor park. Rangers agree In reports from several points that there are fully 2,500 elk In the Big Muddy coentry, northeast of Delta IP SACK HURTS USE J - > SALTS FOR KIDNEYS (at Im mat M Kidneys fuel Wta had ar Bladder • iwwwn. Moat folka forgot that the kidneys, like the bowels, get sluggish and clogged and need a dashing occasion* ally, else we have backache and did misery In the kidney region, severe headaches, rheumatic twinges, torpid liver, add stomach, sleeplessness and all sorts of bladder disorders. Ton simply most keep your kidneys active and clean, and the moment you feel an ache or pain In the kidney region, get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any good, drug store here, take a tablespoonfnl In a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fins. This famous salts Is made from the add of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with llthla, and Is harmless to flash dogged kidneys and stimulates them to normal activity. It also neutralises the adds in the urine so It no longer Irritates, thus ending bladder disorders. Jad Salts la harmless; Inexpensive: makes a delightful effervescent llthla* water drink which everybody should take now and then to keep the kidneys dean, thus avoiding serious compli cations. A well-known local druggist says he sdls lots of Jad Salts to folks who believe In overcoming kidney trouble while It Is only trouble.—Adv. Not Idle. "I’m afraid you’re an Idle fellow, Sam.” "What’s that, sah?" "I'm afraid you like ’to Idle away your time.” "Oh,' no, sah, I doesn’t, sah. Why I gits m’ wife mo* work than she can do, sab!” RECIPE FOR CRAY HAIR. To half pint of water add 1 as. Bay Ram, a small has of Bsrfao Compound, and !i os. of glycerins. Apply to the hair twice a week until it beeomee the desired shade. Any druggist can put this up or you eaa mix it atnome at very little cost. It trill gradually darken streaked, faded gray hair, and win make harsh hair soft end glassy. It will not eo'or the scalp, is not sticky or greasy, and does riot rub off.—Adv. Where the Feathers Oo. “A man might succeed In feathering his own nest,” remarked the Observer of Events and Things, “If so much of his money didn't go toward putting them on his wife's hats.” Catarrh Cannot Be Cored by LOCAL, APPLICATION*, as they cannot reach the seat of the Masses MMSSi. CATARRH MEDICINE will cure catarrh. It Is taken Internally and acts through K,^S p jhw blood purkters. The perfect oaniMnsUoB agesagBgF tgggasy&gft cm.. A Terror; Perhapsl "Bessie, why don’t you try to be a good little glrrr “I do try awfully bard.” "But you don't succeed very well.” "Why. mother. Just think how bud I'd be If I didn't try kt all.”—Life. If we always prepare ourselves for the worst that may happen, we Will never be disappointed. LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE GET a package today. No tice the flavor—the whole some taste of Kentucky Burley tobacco. Why do so many “regular men" buy Lucky Strike cigarettes? They buy them for the special flavor of the toasted Burley tobacco. wjr There’s the big reason—it’s |( tnactflH )1 toasted, and real Burley. Make vlOdblCQy < Lucky Strike your cigarette. stuffy feelimt /yy w vou chew a stick of WRIGLEYS . Other benefits: to teeth, Meath, appetite. nerves. That's a flood deal to < set for $ cental jjj* • Sealed Tiaht— Kept Right —The Flavor Lasts— A woman Isn’t necessarily shallow because her beauty is only skin deep. When the money of some people converses It uses a megaphone. Perfect Health b Yours If the Blood b Kept Pure Ohiiwt Efrfr Haain limit U Diracttr TmuHi to !■»- PmUm b tko Bliit Yon should p*y particular heed to any indication tnat your blood supply is becoming sluggish, or ' that there is a lessening in its strong and vital force. By Keeping your blood cleansed your system more easily wards off disease that is ever present, wait ing to stuck wherever there b in | Work that has not a cent In it may be the beet paying Job In the world. Some men are satisfied with empty honors, bnt the toper prefers his full. opening l . A f*w bottle* of S. S. S, the great vegetable blood medi cine. will revitalise pour blood and give you new strength and a healthy, vigorous vitality. Every one needs it jnst now to keep the system in perfect condition. Go to your drug store and get a bottle to-day, and if yon need any medi cal advice, yon can obtain it with out cost by writing to Medical Di rector, Swift Specific Co, 46 Stelil Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga.