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HONEYMOON SURELY AT END Brute's Retort Proved That the Ar rows of Cupid Must Have Lost Their Sharpness. Snd it Is when the brief story of the honeymoon departs, leaving only the prospect of the endless monotony of ordinary life ahead. Bat that was where the Smiths stood. Their honeymoon had soon wnned under the stress of mode.n life. In fact, Mrs. Smith was already adopting the policy of masterly inac tivity; even hubby’s most loving en dearment couldn’t get a kind word out of her. The tiff happened on Wednesday, •nd lasted till Sunday morning, when he. attired for his usual stroll, asked her: “What is for dinner today, my dear?” His suave voice and winning smite parned for him a brief retort. The lady replied with more force than grace: “Oh, rats!” But lie was not caught unawares. With a sweet smile he countered with the remark: “Well, don’t cook one for me, dar ling; I think I’ll have dinner out!” His Not to Reason Why. Regimental headquarters hud just been set up and the fussy colonel de cided that he must have a flagstaff. “O’Hara.” he told his orderly. “Go out and get me a tall pole—the tallest you can And.” Ten minutes later O’Hara re-entered with a lanky and embarrassed com panion. “Colonel,” he explained, “there ain’t a Pole in the outfit over five feet ' eight, but this guy's a Lithuanian and. whatever you want him for, I don’t believe nobody will ever notice the dif ference.” —American Legion Weekly. * Light and Airy. Adam considered clothes. “I think a campaign button would be a good beginning,” he cried. A codfish has been known to lay as tinny 8,fl8C,000 eggs at a spawning. The High Price of Sugar makes one welcome foods which an rich in natural sweetness. Grape-Nuts —the ready-cooked cereal requires no added sweetening, for it contains its own pure grain sugar, developed from wheat and barley by twenty hours’ baking. Sprinkle Grape-Nuts over ripe fruit or berries and you’ll save sugar. NO, SHE NEVER DID LIKE HIM Of Course She Looked Over His Love Letters Once in • While, but What of That? Over steaming teacups the two dam sels sat and talked. The conversation turned upon an unfortunate individual who had Incurred the disfavor of one of them. “No, I never did like him,” she said. “Why, when he used to write me glowing love letters I would only glance over them once.” “Only once, dear?” “Well — er — sometimes when I couldn’t make out his abominable scrawl I would glance over them the second time.” “Indeed!” said the other maiden, “and was that ail?” “Except sometimes at night. I would take them from under my pillow and read them Just to kill time.” “And was that the end?” “Yes,” was the reply; “only on rainy days I used to look over them again Just to see how silly a man can be when he starts writing love letters. But I only glanced over them, dear. I never did like him.” The Artistic Temperament. The late William Dean Howells had no faith in the Greenwich village doctrine that the “artistic tempera* ment” pardons all things—that authors and actors do not have to behava themselves like other men. “I used to know a poet.” he said, one day at Klttery Point. “This poet was very conceited. He neglected his wife, of course. “His wife once took him to task for philandering. She wept ns she told how she had seen him drinking cham pagne with a chorus girl when he was supposed to l>e at work on a new poem. “He didn’t deny the charge. “ 'I thought you ugdcrstood, my dear,’ he said, ‘that I was too good to be true.’ ” Insects cause an annual loss of ap proximately $1,500,000,000 to the United Stntes. THE CHEYENNE RECORD. COLORADO STATE NEWS Wutern Newspaper Union News Service. COMING EVRHTH. Hugo. Colo.—The Lincoln County Fair will be held at Hugo, Sept. 29-30. Oct. 1-2. W. E. Enfield has sold his 40-acre ranch near Montrose for $20,000 to Frank Chase of Paxton, Neb. This la probably one of the fanciest prices ever paid for land in that region. William Herndon, a Santa Fe rail road employd at La Junta, is dead, and four others are Injured seriously ns the result of a midnight race between au tomobiles on the road from La Junta to Rocky Ford. Rapid progress is being made on the new Liberal Arts building that is being erected on the University of Colorado campus at Boulder under the personal direction and supervision of members of the engineering faculty. National conferences to revive the metal mining industry of the United States will he held In Denver the week of Nov. 15. Two thousand producers, financiers, government officials and experts will participate. Oil and coal men will also meet in national conven tions. A Boulder, Colo., contractor lias signed an agreement to build a “tench ernge” at Nlwot at once. The new building will have five rooms for the accommodation of instructors at the local school. This Is the fourth in the Eoulder district. Contracts carrying salary increases of M 0 per cent have been insufficient to obtain signatures of enough teach ers for the rural schools in Boulder county. The new figures range from SBS to $195, the highest amounts be ing for the schools in the mountain districts. The chance passing of Clarence Me- Lough a n on a little frequented road near Loveland saved from critical, if not fatal, injury of Mai Edmonds. He was near suffocation from being pinned under Ills overturned auto, with a great weight resting on his lungs, huving been held helpless for a half hour. John Brown of Golden, 22 years old, a member of the Excelsior hose team of volunteer firemen, dropped dead shortly after the leant had finished a practice run down Washington avenue. Brown and several other members of the team were practicing for a race to he demonstrated at the state fireman’s tournament. Warrants amounting to $1,400,011.63 were issued during July by tlie state auditor, according to a report filed with the auditing hoard. The amount is represented in 3,502 warrants, the largest number ever issued in a month. The average number issued each month is about 3,000, according to Auditor Arthur M. Stong. Collection from twenty-four states, from July 15 to August 15, netted the state $6,071.42 in inheritance tax money, according to the monthly report made by Attorney General Victor C. Keyes. The largest estate from which a tux collection was made was that of Jennie M. Harvey of Denver. The estate was appraised at $148,000. There will be six big days and six hig nights at the 1020 Colorado State Fuir. Opening on Sunday, September 19, it will close on the night of Friday, and there will not be a dull moment during that entire time. There will be some good racing on the opening day —Sunday—and some other appropriate attractions beside the multitude of dis plays. There will he major attractions which It would require a whole news paper to mentiou, much more to de scribe. Remarkable progress in tlie agricul tural development of Moffat county is shown for the last year by the report of the state bourd of immigration. The report shows there are 761 land own ers and homesteaders and fifty-five renters, with a total of 48,378 acres under cultivation, 67,778 acres of farm land not yet broken, and with an in crease of 16,776 acres of laud raising crops. Compilations made by the State Im migration Department from prelimi nary reports reeelved from the federal census bureau show that the pop ulation of forty-nine counties in Colo rado announced up to this time is 714.295. Tlie same counties showed a population in 1910 of 584,226, and the thirteen counties for which re ports have not !•«•. ii received had a population in 1910 of 214.708. The population of the entire state in 1910 was 799.024 and tlie counties so far reported had approximately 73 per cent of the |M»pulntion that rear. If they maintain the same ratio this rear the population of the state ns reported by tlie <*ensus bureau will be In the neighborhood of 075,000. Automobile bandits entered the An derson general merchandise store at Haxtun and carried away about $2,000 worth of men's clothing. Tlie men M pulled the job” when the night mar shal was la another part of the town and escaped without a person seeing them. Attempting to save the lives of his four small children, Albert L Farring, 88 years old* of Snyder, Colo., was drowned in Hindey lake, an irriga tion reservoir near Fort Collins, and his youngest son. Louis, 13 years old, went down with him. COLORADO NEWS NOTES. Roscoe C Hill of Colorado Springs «ras selected by the Denver board of education as principal of the East Denver high school. He will take charge of the school immediately. Principal Hill lias been superintend ent of schools at Colorado Springs for several years. Miss Susie M. LoVelace, who has been principal of the Maple ton school at Boulder for more tliun thirty years, lias resigned to become dean of women at the Oklahoma State Agricultural college at Stillwater, Okla. Miss Lovelace is at preseut managing the hostess cabin of the Colorado Chautauqua. The arrange ments for the I*arimer county fair, Aug| 31 to Sept. 3, are nearing comple tion. This fair promises to be one of the best that Loveland has ever hud, ns the attractions that have been booked are the best possible. Huerfano Post No. 16, American Le gion, Walseuburg, has started a move whereby they hope to interest, first, the American legion i>osts of Southern Colorado, and then of the entire Stute, in a plan to have the January session of the Legislature consider a law which will require that all juries in the State be composed of English speaking citizens. It is aimed to have the same law contain a measure which will require that all court judges and officials speak tfio English language. Joseph Frederick, 60, and his wife. Anna, 55, are dead in their home al Holyoke as a result of an alleged fam ily quarrel said to have extended over a period of several weeks, Mrs. Fred erick is said to have died from tlie effects of four shots fired by her hus band, who later killed himself in an other room. Both were dead when neighbors, attracted by the reports oi shots, arrived at the home. Wlint tl»c quarrel was about is unknown. Fireworks, the finest ever seen In the entire country, will be a feature each day, and the great feature eacli night. Every afternoon the infield will be enlivened with day fireworks of the most modern discovered or invented Each night the pyrotechnic display will he given in the form of a distinctive program; there will lie no repetitious —each program will differ from all others. Marian It. Sylvester, 23 years old. employed in the coke oven department of the Pueblo Steel works, was fatally gassed while clearing a benzol tank al Pueblo. Sylvester was wearing a gaf mask supplied by the company, but it fniled to keep out the gas fumes. Fel low workmen saw him fall, and foi more than an hour attempted to revive id in by artificial respiration. Frank Norman, who was helping tear down the obi coal breaker at the Ruby mine near Floresta, met death when throwing a big beam to the ground, 32 feet below, and a spike on the falling beam caught his arm. He was hurled violently to the ground. His neck and both of his arms were broken, but lie lived fifteen hours. Rico citizens, threatened with losing the telephone system, ns the company had decided to take out the local of flee, have purchased the telephone of fice and equipment from the telephone company and service Ims been resumed after a short break. A. \V. Hnllock, father of C. Wilei Hallock of Salida, sustained a broken arm while cranking Ids automobile be fore starting on a fishing trip to the Arkansas river. Other members of hit. party bandaged tlie arm and lie con tinned his Journey. The El Paso county fair is to be hold at Tallinn. Sept. 30 to Oct. 2, inclusive Announcement of the fair dates was made along with the entry and prize list, the largest in tlie history of the fair. The Greeley A Denver Railway Com pnny lias filed a petition with the state public utilities commission asking foi a 7-cent fare, effective September 15th The present fare is 5 cents. Thousands of dollars’ worth of fruit and vegetables are being shipped from the Grand Valley every day now and the height of the Elbert a peaeli season is on. Tlie shipments of peaches' will reach probably 400 to 500 cars. Early (Mil a toes are going out and the carl are :«11 being iced this yeur. Nine million trout, of the rainbow and native varieties, are being put intc the streams of the state by the state game and fish department. This, uc cording to R. O. I’arvlri, state game and fisii commissioner, is the largest number ever distributed by bis de partment in any one year. In a running revolver and shotgun fight w ith a burglar at Merino, Everett Dean, 20 years old, shot and instantly killed Benjamin Fuller, 30, a funnel living north of Merino. The duel, it if alleged, followed Fuller’s attempt tc roll the lumber yard and store of the Merino Lumber Company. Colorado lias 234,767 women of vot ing age, it was announced in Washing ton, I>. from the headquurters oi the national woman's suffrage party The figures were given out in connec tion with the ratification of the federal woman suffrage amendment. Little Barney McKisson, elevet years old, saved his brother. Rural eight, from drowning in the Grand river when a group of boys went swim ming in the stream near Grand June tion. The little tot thought he would swim out to where the older boys wer« disporting themselves in the inovina current. Suddenly Rural began tc sink and yelled for help. Barney, dived in and swam with all his strength tc his strangling brother, who was being swirled downstream rapidly, and sue reeded in getting his brother to shore WOMEN NEED SWAMP-ROOT Thousands of women have kidnev and oladder trouble and never suspect it. .Womens’ complaints often prove to be aothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other or gans to became diseased. Pain in the back, headache, loss of am bition, nervousness, are often times symp toms of kidney trouble. Don’t delay starting treatment. Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, a physician’s pre scription, obtained at any drug store, may he just the remedy needed to overcome «uch conditions. Get a medium or large size bottle im mediately from any drug store. However, if you wish first to test this <reat preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure .and mention this paper.—Adv. Suggestion for Plumbers. A plumber working in a North side home recently encountered unusual hospitality. Kntherine, age six, was watching the plumber cut the con crete floor In the basement In order to get to a pipe. After working several minutes the plumber leaned hack against the wall and remarked that the concrete certainly was hard to cut. “If you are tired, come upstairs and take a bath and then fake a nap,” was the child's suggestion.—lndianapolis News. 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