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■ lncre»ae» atrsnithenerty. ■ 1 eftrii Kill (roomed it an attractive vV/Mn Red MM* Gross Blue if used in give that dean, dainty" ' ' appearance that everyone admires. All good grocers sell it; 5 cents a package. I ' I Keep Electric Fan Busy. An electric fan proiierly placed In an open doorway or window will quickly case away the flies and mosquitoes and doubtless scatter the mlschief n.uklng microbe. AS YOUNG AS YOUR KIDNEYS ' The secret of youth is ELIMINA TION OF POISONS from jour body. This done, you can lire to be a hundred sad euioy the good things of life with ae much “pep” ae you did wbea in the springtime of youth. Keep your body U good condition, that’s tbs secret Watch the kidneys. They Alter and purify the blood, all of which Mood pastes through them once every three minutes. Keep them dean and fas proper working condition and you have nothing to fear. Drive the poisonous wastes and deadly urle ndd aceumulaj tiona from your aratem. Taha «WLD MEDAL Haarlem OH Capsules and you will always be In food condition. Ton will feel strong and vigorous, with steady nerves and dadfte musdes. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Opaulee are imported direct from _ the labors baa been used by the sturdy Dutch for •vsr 200 years, and has helped them to develop Into one of the strongest and heartaiest races of the world. Get them from your druggist. Do not take a substitute, la sealed packages ■ three Na—. —Adv. You Know Who He Meant Bachelor (chlrpliy)—"Well, old man, how's everything?" Benedict (gloom ily)—"Oh, oil right." Cvtleura taethaa Baby flashaa That itch and burn with hot baths of Cutlcura Soap followed by gentle anointings of Cutlcura Ointment Nothing better, purer, sweeter, espe cially If a little of the fragrant Cutl cura Talcum la dusted on at the fin ish, 26c each everywhere^-Adv. Fifty-Fifty. First Yegg—Money Is plentiful. Second Yegg—So la cops; so what’s de use? taaSTauSKllj TSSTbittle «A CABTORIA, that famous old remedy for Infanta and children, and aee that it ■IMM '} Is Cm rar OnrW lan. ChiMran Cry for Flrteh«r*« Cratoria Jpn - mart Calany In Paru. A JapaneM rymllcaln han bouclit 800.000 urn of land near Uoaouro. Peru, on lira Amaaon waterahrd, ae cording to n report. Three hnndrrd thousand more seres are In negotia tion. The land Is suitable for raining sugar, cotton, coffee, cocoa and similar products. BREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER la tb, good old rammer tlm, wkaa frnlta of oil kind, art getting rtpo nnd tempting, wkaa cacombcra, rad lahca and TrfctablM fraab from tbo garden ara too good to raatat, wbra tbo faatlvo picnic provalla and atatibody overeata and poor atomach goca back on yon, then Is tbs tlm# -tr “Angoat Flora," tbo aoreralgn remedy for tired, OTorworked and dlaordcrad atom acha. a panacea for Indignation, foe men tattoo of food, aoar atomach. atek headacbo and constipation It gaatly atlmalatea tbo llrar, daanaoe tbo I* teottnea and alimentary canal, maktag Ufa worth living. Bold oraryaboro. Adv •lam at tba Oantla (ax. "If dar wn* any sho'-’nuff beautiful mennnlds.’ r said Uncle Kben, "a lot o' liumnn Indies would git jealous nn drown delrae'fo tryln’ to Imitate 'em.’ SSiSsii Pithy News Notes From All Parts of Colorado WMUra Niwipapir Union Nova Sarvloa. COMING EVENTS. Boulder County Fair, Lontmont, Sept. Arkansas Valley Fair, Itocky Ford. Kept. 2-6. Morgan County Fair. Fort Morgan. Sept. 2-6. Routt County Fair. Hayden. Sept. 3-5. Logan County Fair, Sterling, Kept. 9- Delta County Fair, Hotchkiss. Sept. •- Adams County Fair, Urlghton, Sept. 9- 12. Moffat County Fair. Maybell, Sept. 11- Plateau Valley State Fair, Colbran. Sept. 12-13. Baca County Fair, Springfield, Bept. 11-18. Trtnldad-Las Animas County Fair. Trinidad. Sept. 16-19. Conejos County Fair, Manassa, Bept. 17- Western Slope Fair. Montrose. Sept. 16-19. Central Community Fair, Orccley, Sept. 16-20. Yuma County Fair. Yuma. Sept. 17-20. Phillips County Fair. Holyoke, Sept. 24- Saguache County Fair, Saguache, Sept 18- Colorado-New Mexico Fair, Durango, Sept. 23-26. Colorado State Fair. Pueblo, Sept. 22- 27. Grand County Fair, Kremmllng. Sept. 25- Crowley County Fair, Sugar City. Aug. 27-28. Inter-Mountain Live Stock nnd Fair. Grand Junction, Sept. 30 to Oct. 3. Douglas County Fail, Cuslle Rock, Oct 7-9. G. W. Badger, for four yearn a scoutmaster in Denver and for one year assistant executive of the Denver Boy Scouts, lias been elected executive of tiie Boulder troops. By a coincidence, the only two Gol den hoys entitled to wear wound stripes arrived home from overseas on the same day. They are t'apt. Orville Dennis and Private Delbert I'nrshull. Isaac Victor, 25 years obi, a patient at the Jewish Consumptives Belief sanitarium, shot and killed Miss Bes sie Marold because slie refused to marry him. The shooting took place in the courtyard of the sanitarium in West Colfax avenue, Denver. Verner Z. Heed, late Colorado phi lanthropist, was worth $5,777,1110.53 when he died several months ago. This valuation of Ills estate is fixed by an Inventory filed in the County Court by Mary Dean lteed, bis widow and ex ecutrix of bis estate. Waunlta Is certainly coming to the front, as one of the lending resorts In Colorado. The popular resort is at tracting hundreds of visitors this year, twice the number of last year. Fish ing has been remurknhly good nnd there have been numerous big catches made all season. In Colorado approximately $0,000,- 000 is now being spent iiununlly for the construction of state and county roads, or more than three times as much as was being spent mutually five years ago. The amount uvniluhle for road work is being Increased each year. The death toll of the explosion at Oakvlcw mine of Oakdale Coal com pany Is eighteen, nnd all the bodies ex cept three of the mluers whose lives were snuffed out when the blast caught them 4,000 feet In the work ings, have lieen recovered by rescue crews. Bolling down the hillside with the velocity of n million hall, n huge boul der, which weighed at least two tons, crashed through the two walls of n ham at the rear of the residence of E. F. Boles at Teiluride, mid then crashed through the walls of the kitchen. The Muimyslde mill of the Kunnyslde Mining und Milling Company nt Eu reka Is under operation after a forced closedown by the $2541,000 fire that de stroyed the hunk and hoarding houses at the mine several months ago. This mill Is one of the largest and best equipped In the state. Costly and Akins, leasing on the Southern Boy mine In the La Plata mountains, have cut a three-inch streak of high-grade ore that assays $4.60 per pound. The ore carries 418 ounces gold and sixty ouuces silver to the ton, nnd was discovered In the shaft that In being sunk In sn open cut where some good ore was mined two or three years ago. The South ern Boy Is located one mile shove the camp of Mayday, and the high-grade Is In a monsanlte-porphyry formation. The first state fair ever held In Colorado under state supervision and financed mid supported liy the state la to be held nt Pueblo, September 22ml to 27th. The state has acquired title to the fair grounds through purchase with funds granted In a special appro priation. The tax levy Is being used in the fisyment of premiums nnd other Items of expense of an educational character. In addition the State Fair Commission Is spending $50,00(> on the sports and amusement progmm. It Is to be Colorado's first SIOII,OOO fair. The contests In all departments have been thrown open to the world and the liberal premiums have attracted entries from all surrounding states. Mrs. Marie Reynolds of Pine Bluffs. Wyo., was held up nnd robbed of S6O In cash and n trave log hag containing a considerable amount of clothing, one mile south of Oreclcy. by two armed highwaymen. The Greeley police have nrrected a Greeley farmers' son, whn, Mrs. Reynolds believes, was one of the two men who robbed her. In laogmi county more than 02,000 acres of land was broken this year or Inst summer for cultivation In crops this year. Tills Is more (ban is under cultivation In any one of forty-one counties In the state. MEEKER HERALD. CENTENNIAL STATE ITEMS. The Midiund Cereal Products Com pany have signed a contract with the Farmers und Merchants' Association which culls for the erection of a fac tory building In Brighton to cost $150,- 000. The company will manufacture a breakfast food to be known ns "Whole Wheat Nuggets." The Brigh ton factory* is one of three owned by the compuny. The others are at Sioux Falls, S. D., ami Omaha, Neb. The factory will use all the wheat grown within liHUling distance of Brighton and will pay the market price. Frank Gable, director of the Du rango round-up, to lie held from Sept. 23 to 20 Inclusive, Is arranging one of the classiest wild west programs ever offered. There will lie bull riding, cowgirls’ races, running races, goat roping contests, trick roping contests, steer hulMugging, Indian races, cow boys’ relay races, bareback riding, cowboys’ hacking contest, trick riding, farmers* wagon races, in all twenty events a duy and $3,0t10 to lie distrib uted to the winning contestants during the four-day celebration. Marked success is being bad by the State Fisli ami Game Department in the use of retaining ponds adjacent to natural streams for the growing of trout to a finger’s length before plac ing them in tlie creeks and rivers, ac cording to Roland G. I'arvin, state fisli and game commissioner. Already ten such ponds in different parts of the state have been established under direction of Commissioner I’arvin, who if the first bead of the department to carry out the idea on a slate-wide scale. William T. Myeru, who was arrested several weeks ago charged with "high grading" gold amalgam from the Pow der River Gold Dredging Company's dredge, and who was released on a SSOO bond, failed to appear either on tiie day set for a hearing by the Jus tice of the peace or before the Dis trict Court, is now a fugitive from justice and his bondsmen have had to pay over the SSOO of the forfeited bond to Sheriff J. Ci. DetwllcT of Summit county? Frank F. Wood, (VI years old, tlie oldest man in point of service running out of Denver in tiie railway mail service, is dead. Mr. Wood was known as the most unlucky clerk in the serv ice so far us wrecks were concerned. Ills associates say be bad been in more wreeks than any other railway mail elerk 111 tiie country. He entered tiie service in 1888, running between l.eadvllle and Aapen. Ticket business In the Union station Ir. Denver is averaging $20,000 a day, which is taken by officials of the ter minal coiupuny as u certain Indication of thelm|M>rtunce of Denver. Ten years ago the average day's business wus $.3,000 nnd $5,000 was a business so great for one day iin to cause’ comment umotig the officials. A puvlng project to cost $700,000 and provide hurd surfaced highways through Colorado Spring from north to south and from east to west has been indorsed by the Colorado Springs Au tomobile Club and doubtless will lie submitted to tbo voters at a s|>cclnl election to In* held next month. Louis Sheldon, it Navajo Indian, has been sentenced by Judge W. N. Searcy of the District Court to serve a sen tence of from one to three years in the state |M a nitentiary at Cafton Cltv for u statutory offense committed up on it 16-year-ohl Indian girl, employed as a domestic servant. One of the most disastrous losses In the dairy Industry occurred at Hol ly when twenty-seven pure-lned Hol stein cows nnd u pure-hred Holstein bull died ns the result of eating tune when they broke into u field on tiie furm of Jens Jensen. The loss will total $4,000. At nn election held nt Breckenrldge, taxpayers voted on $35,000 Isinds for the erection of n new school house. The vote wan 44 for the amendment and 23 against. C. B. Akurd and tvlfe of Montrose have announced the donation of a full elilme pipe organ to be Installed in ilic new Congregational church now under construction In that city. The organ will he a memorial to their daughter, Mattye Shirley Akard, deceased. The organ, which Is lielng constructed es pecially for the spare In the church, will be one of the finest In the state. Mix persons narrowly cs«*n|»cd death when the auio in which they were rid ing plunged off the road In Phantom rafion, near Victor, dnwn a n fifty-foot embankment, landing on Its right side. The party, which was made up of Mr. and Mrs. John Butler and four child ren, tourists, were rushed to the dis trict hospital liy |Mi**lng motorist* nnd all are In a serious condition. A survey of eastern Colorado that will locate artesian hitslns as a guide to farmers In sinking wells for Irriga tion is contemplated by it bill Intro duced In the Semite by Senator L. C. Phipps of Colorado. Underground cur rent a are to l>e charted and shallow flows located by the geological survey. An appropriation of S2S,<NNI Is asked to carry out the word. The first aero club In Colorado to handle airplsues on n commercial scale, to give Instructions In flying and do a general passenger, mall nml ex press business, has been organised at iiaxtun. A company has been formed to push the airplane business. An English training plane lias been bought nnd will be kept in stock, to be used by Hartman, who Is recently from the nlr service of the army. Reg itlnr flights will In* made, nml the charge for passengers who desire In go up will Ih» S2O a fMght. The company is known as the liaxtun Aero Club. "BAYER CROSS” ON I GENUINE ASPIRIN "Bayer Tablet* of Aspirin" to be genuine must be marked with the safety "Bayer Cross.” Always buy nn unbroken Bayer package which con- , tains proper directions to safely re- j lleve Headache, Toothache, Earache, j Neuralgia, Colds and pain. Handy tin boxes of 12 tubiets cost but n few cents at drug stores—larger packages also. Aspirin la the trade mark of ! Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetic acidester of Sullcyllcacld.—Adv. Parchmented Leather Valuable. Parehmcntcd leather has greater strength while lacking tlm elasticity of tanned leather, and (lie belting of 31. Felice Gilardiri of Turin Is designed to combine these special qualities. The hide being impressed deeply with a trelliswnrk pattern, the compressed portions nrc unaffected by tanning agents, while tin* Interior of the meshes is tanned in the usual way. The product lias the required elasticity and is claimed to be so strong Unit ; belts may lie much narrower than the ordinary. SWAMP-ROOT FOR KIDNEY AILMENTS There is only one medicine that really ■tandn out pre-eminent an a medicine for curable ailments of the kidneys, liver and bladder. Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-Root atanda the highest for the reason that it baa proven to be just the remedy needed in thouaanda upon thouaanda of diatresaing caaea Swamp-Root makes frienda quickly be cause its mild and immediate effect is soon realized in moat cases. It is a gentle, healing vegetable compound. Start treatment at once Sold at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medi um and large. However, if you wiah to teat this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer ft Co., Ringhamton, N. Y.. for a sample bottle. When writing be surs sad men tion this paper.—Adv. Birds Have Right of Way. Fowl Imve the right of way in nlr, warns the director of military aero nautics. This Is Justice Indeed, since birds flew first. But this Is not nil. Recently many towns along the Atlantic const liuve been visited with dead bird showers. Aviators flying liy a town would see a flock of wild fowl coming their way. They would set their mncliiue guns tail let the bullets fly. Presently n prominent citizen walk ing Inflow would be bit with a large hlo<»dy bird. He complained to the department of agriculture. Then the federal migratory bird law between the Unljed States and Great Britain was referred to, and it was found that shooting birds from airplanes is un lawful. Want Too Far. "The aged caretaker of n certain castle In England was prostrated the other day." "How did thut happen?" "A facetious visitor. Just for n Joke, asked to be shown a room once occu pled by the kaiser."—-Birmingham Age- Herald. Couldn't See It. Fortune Teller (rending curds) —"You have money coming to you. but no sick ness whatever." Client—" That’s singu lar! I'm the new doctor across the way.”—Boston Transcript. "Luck” Is merely a sugar-coated nnme for mental laziness. 25 Cents will buy a big package of POSTUM Cereal weighing over a pound, net. What are you paying for coffee ? i COULD WT SLEEP Nr. ScUeuner la Iwry Fraa Kldmty CoapliiiL Dmi'i Give Complete Relief. "Heavy work brought on my kidney complaint," aaya Win. tichleuaner, 6408 Suburban Ave., Wellston, Mo. "One morning when ahoeing a borne 1 was taken with a sudden pain in my back and fell flat on the floor. If l had §been hit with a trip ham mer, 1 couldn’t have suf fered more. 1 stayed in the house for five weeks and the pain was wearing the life out of me. At times, I couldn’t get a wink of sleep because of the misery and 1 had to get up every few momenta to paaa the secretions that m, mbmmsb were highly colored, of foul odor, hlled with sandy sediment and terribly scalding. My bladder felt na though it were alire. The pain brought stupor and a reeling sensation in my head; the torture 6f it cannot be described. If I got onto my feet I couldn't walk but felt dizzy and all in a flutter and everything would turn black. My bend ached so it seemed na though my eyes were l»eing dragged out. I started using Doan’s Kidney Pfllt and 1 waa boon rid of all the trouble.” Bubtcribed and tt com to before nU! ' C. IT. COGOESHALL, .Votary Public. (bt Dms i M Aay Star*. S 0« a Bm DOAN’S m »,5.V FOSTBLMILBURN CO- BUFFALO. N. Y. One Drawback. Washington is u colored man and he follows the profession of cleaning up back yards. Also be was the first man to think of wrapping a horse’s fore legs with liy paper, keeping the flies off their legs and catching Mr. Fly at the same time. One of tiie women lie was working for snid to him: "Washington,your fly paper is a success. I see that by the great number of flies there are on tlr paper." “Yes! Yes!" said Washington, "but onco in a while thut horse gets Ids legs too close together und they stick and 1 has to pull 'em apart for him." Mammoth Cave Has Rival. Workers In u mine at Mntehunln. near San Luis l'otosi, Mexico, have discovered a cave which is said to he one of the largest In the republic. It Is more tluin 34N) feet Inflow the level of the mine and Is 15 feet in width. Its length lias never been estlmn'ed, but exploring parties expect to survey it carefully in Hie neur future. One of tiie most fantastic of its many gro tesque adornments Is u sulphurous fountain which isturs out continuously a stream of blue wider. It promises to rival in inngulfleenee Kentucky's famous 31nmiuoth cave, when fully explored. No Way to Boat the Game. There is no way to dodge tiie high cost of living. Once we thought there was. It was a fine plan and we determined to try It out. Meat was too ex|»euslve. So we would quit cut lug meat. Therefore we ordered cabbage nnd asparagus nnd spiuneli und beets. Im mediately the price of vegetables went up. We found you couldn't fool the fond man. lie lias a sure system. The price is high on whatever you want to buy. You cun switch from one dlsli to another as often iin you choose, but the little old price tag will heat you to It. These Irritating Husbands. "You must buy me some new clot lies. Other women can’t tell me from my cook." "Now, why do you say that, my dear? Has liny lady tried to hire you nuuy?"—l,nulsville Courier-Journal. Busy men nearly ulwnys are happy men. BELCHING Caused by Acid-Stomach Let ATONIC, tba wondarful modare stomach remedy, *lv« you quick relief from dlnsuatlns belchlu*. food-repeat las. Indirection, bloated, saaay atomach, dyspep sia. heartburn and other atomach mlaerlea. They arc all caused by AeM-Memarii from which about ntno people out of toa euaer In ono way or anothe.. One wrltea as fol lows: "Before 1 used KATONIC. I could not eat a bits without elchinr It rlsht up, soar and bitter. havo not had a bit of trouble ainco tho first ablet." X! Itltons are victims of Aetd-Stnaniib without knowing It. They are waak and ailing, have poor dtseetion, bodice improp erly nourished althoush they may eat heart ily. Oravi disorders are likely to follow If an acid-stomach is aeslected. Cirrhosis •« tho liver, Inteattnal conireatloa. gaalrltla, oatarrl. of tho atomach —these arc only a few of tha many ailmonta often caused by Arld-Htomaeh. A sufferer from Catarrh of tho Stomach of 11 years' atandlns wrltea: "I had catarrh of the atomarh fo- II lons years and 1 never found anythin* to do me any *ood —Just tempornry relief— -tintl' I used KATONIC. It is a vonderftil remedy and 1 do not want to be without It." If yoa are not fee I in* quite rlsht —lack eneryy nnd enthusiasm and don't know Just where to loerto tho trouble—try KATONIC and aee how much better you will feel la ! every way. At all dro* stores—a bis boa for 60c aad i your money back If yoa ara not satisfied. FATONIC ■Brwirw>BtfxqßHitouAc»_ For Your Home Drink •1.60 a USE S£ FOME-BRU TABLETS and three other Inyredleuta added to wuter » ,,d * n J°y - mu-ka*es THE AMBOLCOLORED CEREAL 60 gallons BEVERAGE THAT WILL LAST StstJ Mmmtm Nutritious aitd satisfy lug; tuaka OtdmTUm any quantity desired. WESTERN FOME-BRU AGENCY 1644 Lincoln St. Dept. A. Denver, Cals. I GearYonr Skin While with Cuticura All druflgletei 8oe» ». 'X fitment* ABO. Talcum * ■ample cash free of "rehears. Dqt. >. Bseisa ’• Tesaa Oils — Olileet eHtabllalieit brokers In Kort Worth. Ileferenre any hunk or bankers here. Free Weekly Market ■ .alter published each Sul. (lives •li-tuIN nil oil develop. In Tex. oil flelilu. Write for free ropy to lli n ♦». Smith It Son. 302 Club Hid*.. Ft. Worth. Tea. W. N. U., DENVER, NO. 35-1919. DUEL INDEFINITELY PUT OFF How Wisconsin Congressman Turned Challenge to Deadly Combat Into Matter of Ridicule. Tin* story of the I’ottcr-Pryor tlti«»|, tiie famous challenge of Civil war times whereby a Wisconsin congress man by ridicule put dueling in disre pute, recalled by tin 1 death of one of the participants. Is told In Interesting style in the June number of the Wln conslu Magazine of History, quarterly publication of the Stale Historical so ciety. Roger A. Pryor, the Virginia con gressman who figured in the episode, died a few months ago in New York city. It was he u|sm whom John Fox Potter of East Troy, Walworth county, then representative of the First con gressional district of Wisconsin, dur ing April, IMM, brought uatlon-whle ridicule In answer to a challenge to a duel. Congressman Potter offered to tight with Imwle knives nt n distance of four feet, but Pryor refused because they were "so demnllion vulgar." Most of Mr. Potter’s Imwle knlvr*, including tin; one he purchased for the duel and others sent to him after the iiffiilr. are now on exhibit in Ihu State Historical museum, Madison. True. "Pn, what Is the most difficult kind of huntiug there Is?" "Househunting, my Imy." How Hii|»erlor an old codger with eight hulrs on Ids heud looks at • bald-headed man.