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STATE NEWS Wwt«ra W«wip>pir Ualw Nawa S«rvle«. A movement Is on foot to obtain an Infantry company or a cavalry troop In the reorganised Colorado National Guard for Grand county. Ralph Clifford Harris, 2-year-old son of Robert T. Harris, farmer, living near kersey, was drowned when he fell from a high fence Into a metal water tank. Hans Bonlchsen, 29 years old, was Instantly killed by lightning while at work on the ranch of his father near Bt. Train. The men were planting seed In the field when the accident oc curred. What is declared by mining men to be one of the most important strikes in the San Juan district in recent years has been made by the Paymaster Mines Company, operating the Paymas ter group of claims in the Red Moun tain mining section. The Rangely bridge, which fell into the water three weeks ago, has been raised and practically all the structure saved, at a saving to Moffat county of SB,OOO. The bridge will be safeguarded against future mishaps by concrete abutments. When C. F. Thayer of Fort Morgan attempted to crank his automobile the machine bucked forward, knocking him unconscious, and then continued its course across the sidewalk and through the plate glass window of a grocery store. Anspering the spirit calling, she said a few minutes before, of a former hus band, James Waddell, who is dead, Mrs. Josephine Stiles of Denver, the wife of Frank Stiles, committed sui cide by poisoning in her bedroom at a hotel in that city. The first candle fire to occur in Den ver in fifteen years resulted In a SSO loss at the home of Vic Walker, depu ty* constable, 2829 Lafayette street. The candle had been placed on a table earlier in the evening and when mem bers of the family retired for the night it Is believed they forgot to extin guish It. Denver is overwhelmingly Ameri can, according to figures compiled from the official census received by the Civic and Commercial Association, giving the city a population In 1920 of 256,309. In 1910 the number of native born citizens was 173,632 as against 208,707 in 1920, a gain of 20.2 per cent as compared to a gain of 20.1 per cent in the entire population. Resolutions authorizing the director ate of the Industrial Sugur Company to issue negotiable bonds to the value of $350,000 at any time it may see fit to do so, to remove the company head quarters from Fort Morgan to Denver, and to increase the directorate from five to seven members were adopted nt a special meeting of the stockholders of the compnny at Fort Morgan. The man who was killed nt Janes ville, Wis., was not Earl Ballard, the son of Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Bullard of Longmont. This was proven when the casket supposedly containing his body arrived from Janesville. Mrs. Ballard, mother of the supposed dead man, and several of bis sisters and brothers and relatives positively disclaimed any resemblance between the dead man and Earl Ballard. Benjamin F. Smith, alias Hal H. Hubbard, Jr., 26 years old, was sen tenced to a term of six to ten years in the state penitentiary on a charge of obtaining money ungpr false pre tenses, by District Judge Charles Corn forth at Cripple Creek. Smith Is al leged to have passed a number of bud checks In Colorado Springs and Salida, but was successful In obtaining money on but one check here. Railroad men have acquired a new mining property at Monarch lake, about fifteen miles north of Granby, on the south fork of the Grand river, which is expected to develop into one of the big mineral discoveries of Colo rado. A small corporation has been formed and work is being pushed. The lead is said to be sixty-five feet wide and nt a depth of twenty-five feet gives returns of over SIOO per ton in gold. It is thought by expert geologists to be the biggest proposition that has been found in the state. The forest, resources of America are tod"y being destroyed three times as rapidly ns nature, assisted by the or ganized forestry movement, can re place them with new growth. Unless prompt and effective measures are in troduced to arrest this process of dis sipation the country will, probably within twenty-five years, find Itself no longer aide to meet the market demand for forest products. Such a condition can only result ilt industrial stagna tion, exorbitant prices for wood pro ducts which enter Into the dally life of the people, Denver saw Its first funeral of n slain war hero when Wallace Simpson post of the Legion officiated In uni form and with an honor guard and a filing squad at the funeral of Private Henderson, Denver, colored doughboy, whose body was shipped to Denver from Brest. Montrose will entertain the western slope July 4 with the largest celebra tion that has ever been planned in Montrose, according to arrangements made at a recent meeting of local bus iness men. No Fourth of July celebra tion has been held there for two years COLORADO NEWS NOTES. At the beginning of 1010 there were but 101,080 acres of privately owned land In Moffat county, or a little more than 6 per cent of the total area. On Jan. 1, 1010, there were 180,711 acres of unappropriated state land In the county. There are 87,085 acres of for est area and a-large acreage withheld from homestead entry under the Carey act. On July 1, 1010, there were 1,- 728,863 acres of government land open to homestead entry. Through the pat enting of 208 claims, 04,137 acres of government domain were added to the taxable area of Moffat county In the last year. Local land officials say that the present year will break all records In the number of final proofs which will be filed, and look for more than 100,000 acres to be patented. Restoration to homestead entry of 11,807 acres of land formerly listed under the Cnry act project In San Mi guel and Montrose counties, has been announced by Clay Tallmnn, commis sioner of the general land office, Washington, D. C. From June 10 to and including Aug. 11, officers, sol diers and sailors and marines who served In the war with Germany will have preference right to enter this land, all of which has been designated as subject to entry under the 320-acre enlarged homestead act. The bodies of Arthur Dean, 25 years old, and William Lavery, 36, emp!oy4s of the United States fish hatchery in Park county, were found floating In the huge Antero reservoir beside an overturned rowboat by two small boys who visited the hatchery to deliver mnil. The two men, who had both been connected with the federal hatch ery for several years, had been at the reservoir during the past month gath ering spawn for hatching. The National Guard Club, an organ ization of local business men to co-op erate with the National Guard unit which is to be formed, has been organ ised in Montrose. This club will spon sor the formation of the local guard unit, and after it Is organized will as sist the guards In the way of better club rooms and as an advisory board, to which the members of the guard will always be free to appeal for assist ance. That Ivan De Wald, public school teacher at Eads, Colo., who died In a hospital at Greeley, w'as not assaulted by unknown persons, as at first be lieved, but was a victim of a hemor rhage caused by rupture of blood ves sels while he was working on his auto mobile is the theory advanced by W. R. Jones, head of the public schools at Eads and secretary of the Y. M. C. A. at Cafion City, after an autopsy had been held. Harold Jensen, 11, of Denver, was stabbed just below the heart during an encounter with a young opponent, and lies pain/ully injured from the ef fects. The story as told by the youth indicated that he had been fighting with a lad about his own age, when the latter drew a knife and plunged It into his ribs near the' heart. Police Surgeon Campbell attended Harold. Henry Crasant, ten years old, was shot and seriously wounded by a Mex ican near the Crasant home at* Johns town, according to a story told to the Greeley authorities by two younger brothers who were playing with the in jured lad when the shooting occurred. Two Mexicans are In jail at Greeley. The Denver livestock market is now leading all the big livestock markets of the country, paying the highest prices for cattle, hogs and sheep. The high prices on the local market have sent thousands of cattle and hogs there that otherwise would have been sent to an eastern market. John Kowalik, a former soldier, con victed a week ago of second degree murder in connection with the killing of Helen Smith in a Denver hotel March 14, was sentenced to u term of ten to twelve years in the penitentiary at Cafion City. Citizens of Fort Morgan have con tributed more than $2,000 for the up keep of a municipal and county band for 1920. The band will give an open air concert Friday evening of each week for fifteen successive weeks. In addition to this they Ipive to render their musical charms lor an\ special occasion asked for by either the city or county. Representative farmers of virtually every community in Morgan couytj* met at Fort Morgan and effected the organization of the Morgan County Live Stock Co-operative Shipping As sociation. The purpose of the move ment is to give the local farmer a di rect market where he can make the last dollar possible for every head of livestock he sells. Two persons are injured almost ev ery day in auto accidents in Denver, according to figures compiled by the police surgeons in city hall. This year’s report, which covers the period from Jan. 1 to May thus tar, shows that sixty persons have been seriously In jured, ninety-one slightly injured and •even killed In auto accidents during 1020. The Colorado Aggies have recently received a full sized silver football aa a trophy for winning the Rocky Moun tain Conference football championship last year. The token Is a gift of J. A. McKenna of Boulder, Colo. It la a rep lica of a regulation football, even down to the stitches nnd the lacing. Grand Junction office girls have or ganized two baseball teams and plan to wenr complete men's baseball suits, absolutely ignoring bloomer style salts. They plan a aeries of games lasting all summer, stenographers, clerks and other office assistants being eligible. DEATH WAS NEAR FlnMu Woaua in Critical CondHiga Float Diana*. But Doan’a Brought McovMy “Dropsy brought mo right down to tho shadow of the grave?’ mri Mrs. Ida B. Atwell. 904 William St., Key West, Fla. “For fifteen years I was a hopeless wreck, struggling between life and death. The pains were so ee vere in my back 1 screamed in sg ony. My head WEf ached so severely I thought my ■MMnvPw skull was being W-w Jr crushed. Black fL 4r\ f specks floated be ll eg / fore my eyes, and V V I had to grasp the mhgerl bed to keep from JBRr falling. “The kidney ee — .. ■ eretions burned Urn Mtmm and scalded and I could pass only a few drops at a time. My body bloated. The pressure of so much water on my chest almost smoth ered me. My feet also swelled and large sacs of water hung beneath my eyes. My skin had a shiny, white appearance and anywhere I pressed a dent would remain for hours. I became a nervous wreck. “A friend told me about Doan's Kidney Pill* and oh! 1 felt so happy when 1 found they were helping me. Continued use of Doan*e completely cured me." Sworn to before me. ARTHUR GOMEZ , Notary Public. Get Deea*a al Aw Store. 60c a Bos DOAN'S % , I D I "V POSTER-MILBURN CO- BUFFALO, N. V. Not Likely. “Why are you crying so bitterly?" sympathetically asked the presiding el der. “I hope you two little fellows haven’t been fighting?” “You bet yer life we ain’t!” re plied young Bearcat Johnson of Rum pus Ridge. “If we had there wouldn’t be but one of us crying.”—Kansas City Star. Cutlcura Soap for the Complexion. Nothing better than Cutlcura Soap dally and Ointment now and then as needed to make the complexion clear, scalp clean and hands soft and white. Add to this the fascinating, fragrant Cntlcura Talcum and you have the Cutlcura Toilet Trio. —Adv. His Btrange Way. “Mr. Gloom,” sternly said the can didate for alderman. “I understand that you have been saying Hint I am so big a fool you wouldn’t vote for me even if there was nobody else run ning?” “You are an even bigger fool than I thought,” snarled J. Fuller Gloom. *'•/ you rush around notifying people every time you happen to understand something.”—Kansas City Star. Make a list of your acquaintances and you will he surprised at the num ber of small men that you know. . The “Cream” of Phosphate Baking Powders Dr. Price’s "Cream” Baking Powder, now made with pure phosphate, provides at substantially half price all the reliable purity, skillful blending and sure results which for sixty years have distinguished the product of the Price factory as the "Cream” of baking powders. Dr. PRICE’S “Cream” Baking Powder Here are the prices: 25c for 12 oz. 15c for 6 oz. 10c for 4 oz. Contains no alum. Never disturbs digestion. Acid Stomach Makes the Body Sour Nine Out of Ten People Suffer From It It sends its harmful acids and gases aP orer the body, instead of health and strength. Day and night this ceaseless dam •ge goes on. No matter how strong, it* ▼ietim cannot long withstand the health destroying effects of an acid stomach. Good news for millions of sufferers Chemists have found a sure remedy—oni that takes the acid up and carries it ou*. of the body; of course, when the cause i> removed, the sufferer gets well. Bloating, indigestion, sour, acid, gassy stomach miseries all removed. This is proven by over half a million ailing folks who have taken EATONIC wonder ful benefits. It can be obtained from any druggist, who will cheerfully refund its trifling cost if not entirely satisfactory. Everyone should enjoy its benefits. IW quently the first tablet gives relief. Kept New Doll for “Company” Days. Nancy, my little niece’s old doll, was looking much the worse for wear, so 1 sent a daintily dressed dolly to take her place. A week after the presenta tion of the new doll I called at my sis ter’s and found Betty playing with Nancy, her old love. On asking her what had become of the new one, she replied : “Oh, she’s nice for company days, but I like Nancy for plain days.” —Exchange. 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Analogy. “Pop, wasn’t a soldier who carried a lanoo, called a lancer?” “Yes, son.” “Then Is a soldier who carries a pike, a piker?” An author Is a queer animal. His tale prows out of his head. Rheumatism Back on the Job With Its Old-time Fury No Let-Up In Its Torture. blood of the germs that cause the If you are afflicted with Rheu- disease. S. S. S. has no equal as matism, why waste time with lini- a blood purifier, scores of aufferara ments, lotions and other local ap- say that it has cleansed their blood plications that never did cure of Rheumatism, and removed Ml Rheumatism, and never will ? trace of the disease from their Do not try to rub the pain away, system, for you will never succeed. Try Get a bottle of S. S. S. at your the sensible plan of finding the drug store and get on the right cause of the pain. Remove the treatment to-day. 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One day a small calf in the barn kicked at him, slightly bruising Ids cheek. “Why,” his mamma said, “that’s a queer way to get hurt.” Karl answered quickly: “Oh, a fel low has to have some ’sperience to tell his grandchildren.” Looking ns if you could make good 19 half of making good—but only half.