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Nowadaya, to be half crippled with a lame, aching back ia mighty expen sive. If you aufler with conatant back ache, feel lame, weak and ad-played out: have dixxy, nervoua apella and lit* of blue#”-—look to your kidneys. You can’t do a full day’s work without well kidneys and a sound, strong, back. Use Doan's Kidney Pfllt. Don't have helped thousands of workers. Atk I tour neighbor! A Colorado Cua Andrew E. John son. cabinet maker, Ensign St., Fort Hw Morgan, Colo., /"TP*. sara: “My kidneys I |WIY ware Inflamed and i , I sore. Sharp pains JK f VjSßv went through the If * small of my back If when I tried to lift JL anything. My kid !*rs acted irregu isrly an( ) annoyed "m used Doan's Kidney Pills. I had used Doan's but a short time when my hack was free from pain and my kid neys In good order. I credit Doan's Kidney Pills with curing me perma nently." Get Deed's el Arne fftsse, SSe aßea doan’s vaia* fORIMUUM CO. BUFFALO* N. Y. INDIGESTION Caused by Acid-Stomach UUlloas of people—in fact about t out of IS—suffer more or lees from Indlsaettoa, acute or chronic. Nearly every case la caused by Aeld-Stomach. There are other stomach disorders which also are sure elans of Artd-Stemaek beloh lae. heartburn, bloat after eating, food re peating, sour, gamy stomach. There are many ailments which, while they do not cause much distress in the stomach Itself, are, nevertheless, traceable to an acid stomach. Among these ere nervousness, biliousness, cirrhosis of tho liver, rheuma tism. Impoverished blood, weakness, insom nia. melancholia and a long train of phys ical and mental miseries that keep the victims In mlserabls health year after year. Tho right thing to do ia to attack these ailments at their source—gst rid sf the arid stomach. A wonderful modem remedy called ■ATONIC now makes It easy to do this. One of hundreds of thousands of grateful users of TONIC writes: “I have been troubled with Intestinal indigestion for about nine years and have spent quite a sum for medicine, but without relief. After using ■ATONIC for a few days the gas and palne In my bowels disappeared. ■ATONIC Is just the remedy I needed.'' We have thousands sf letters telling sf these marvelous benefits. Try BATONIC and yes. too, will be just as enthusiastic in Its Tm druggist has BATONIC. Oet a big ttc bos from him today. He will refund your money If you are not satisfied. fT ATONIC with Cuticura CHEAPEST and BEST TRUCKS Made out of aid cars with lOWA truck attachments. All sines for all cars In stock. Stats make of your car. Write for prises; cataleg. Special attachments for Dodges. The Arms Trash Ca, Peavsr, Pale. Winter Garments I Dyed Now I I The BeSd Chancre and Dyers in? MOAOWAY, osNvsn, coux FATBITS R3RSBE asSssssssssnMa. Mlghasaaafimnsaa. Jimaasfrtaeh sassuiswiiA snr roc am intrust im a new Nevada Oil Field. Send fer aeologlet re pert and all partleaiara. 810 4 OIL COM PANY. Write HOMBIt POWgR. Fallen. Nev. W. N. U- DINVKVt, NO. N-1111. S—H—SSH-—-S—■ French Fsuwsi Hsd M Children. A French farmer had 36 children— -22 none and 14 daughters—nil of whom were living when the wnr broke (Hit. The father and one dntighter were shot by Germans lieeause they went to I.llte to attend a party In honor of u rela tive's one-hundredth birthday; a sec ond daughter wan killed by a German shell at Dunkirk; three noun were dis charged from the army with grave In juries and thirteen were killed In a«> Hon. The size of the family does not make Its terrible sacrifice any less t raglc.—Youth’s Companion. For your daughter’s asks, ttfl# Red Cross Bag Blue In the laundry. Sha will than hava that dainty, well-groom ed appearance that glrla admlra. Be. Thalr Chalet af Pleasures. Home women would rather tell a doctor of their ache* and pains than gossip with their neighbors. Audiences In Chinese “movie” thea ters do not pay for admission until they have seen the start of the film. KtotatoSS At aB DmttarWfNo for Fnt Ryu Book. MN6«MNfeCMftosCMHgMht*t Pithy News Notes From All Parts of Colorado Wcatara Ncwapupcr Union News Service. COMING EVENTS. Routt County Fair. Hayden. Sept. 1-8. Logan County Fair. Sterling, Sept. 9- 12. Debits County 1 klr, Hotchkiss, Sept, 9- Adams County Fair, Brighton, Sept. 9- Moffat County Fair, Maybell, Sept. 11- Plateau Valley State Fair. Colbran, Sept. 12-13. County Fair, Springfield. Sept. Trlnldad-Las Anlmax County Fair, Trinidad. Sept. 18-19. Conejos County Fair, Manasaa, Sept. 17- Western Slope Fair. Montroae, Sept. 18- Central Community Fair, Greeley. Sept. 19- Beaver Park Fair at Penrose, Colo., Sept. 18th. 1919. Yuma County Fair, Yuma. Sept. 17-20. Phillips County Fair, llolyoke. Sept. 24- Saguache County Fair. Saguache. Sept. 11-20. 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. I Inter-Mountain Live Stork and Fair. Grand Junction, Sept. 30 to Oct. 3. Douglas County Fair. Castle Rock. Oct. 7-9. Soft water for Sterling about tlic first of the year or very soon tbent after Im now the bright prospect. Miss Florence M. West of Pueblo, has been nominated by President Wll son to be receiver of pulille moneys ai Pueblo, Colo. Estimates received by the Colorado Tax Commission indicate that the to tal value of Colorado pro|»erty for pur- IHises of taxation will reach *1,500,- 000,000. The valuation last year was *1,422.000,000. Frank Middleton, a recently dis charged New Jersey soldier, who fell from a hayloft some two weeks ago and broke Ida back, while working on a ranch In the Hogback district, near Dolores, is dead. School children to (lie number of 135,000 In the state of Colorado, and teachers to the number of 0,000, are to lie supplied by the State Fair Commis sion with free admission tickets to the fair grounds ut Pueblo, Sept. 20. There will l»e an abuiidauee of deer for Colorado hunters during the four day open season of Oct. 1 to 4, Inclu sive, tills fall. 111 the opinion of Itoland G. Pnrvln, state game and fish com missioner, who returned from an ex tensive trip through the game sections of the state. About 10,000 navy victory medal* will lie Issued by the Denver navy re cruiting station to men who t*nw serv ice during the war. These meduls should lie ready for distribution about Nov. I, according to Lieutenant Com mander W. I*. Brown In charge of this station. Charles William Reed, who would have been 91 years Sept. 1, died at Longmont of a complication of dis eases. Mr. llecd came to Colorado ill 1859 and settled at Black Hawk. He made and lost fortunes In mining and was one of the lending figures in Colo rado milling for years. The L. Ilertle clothing store at Gold en, the only exclusive men's store In Golden, was robbed of *.**,ooo worth of clothing hy automobile bandits. Tile robber* broke In the buck door and toak eighty pairs of trousers und 180 suits, most of which had Just been re ceived for the fall trade. Due to the large Increase In the acreage af government land which lias been homesteaded during the previous year and the increase In mining valua tions, the total assessment In Montrose county exceed* the valuation of 1918 by $1,209,120, according to the com pleted compilation made hy Assessor G. W. Clarke. One hundred and twenty summer students at State Teachers’ College at Greeley received certificates or de grees nt the commencement of the summer term of the college. The Klhertn pench season Is on In full blast at Palisade and the move ment of twenty-two carloads of the finest quality fruit ever grown In the upper valley Is evidence that this will la* a good |N>uch year. The demand for the Palisade crop exceed* the sup ply and the growers are i-onfldent of gtMHI prices and markets, although prlees prevailing this year are tint as high as they were for the same da last year. Screams of the 2V4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rosser brought members of tl»e family to the rescue of the child, but not in time to save It from being scalded to death In a pan of soap suds, ut Marshall, Colo. The mother, who was in lied ill and unable to rise, beard the hoy screaming and railed for help. One of the older chil dren who had placed the pan of liolllng water on the floor preparatory to do ing some scrubbing, hut who had gone outside the house, heurd the call and ran to the child. The Oakdale Coal Company was charged with negligence and held re sponsible for the d'snster at the Oak* vlew mine on Aug. IS which caused the death of eighteen, In the verdict of the coroner's Jury returned ut Walsenhurg following an inquest that consumed the entire day. Reports of county assessors showed more than 200,000 acres of grain sorghum* being raised in-Colorado tills yesr, compared with 11,971 In 1909. In addition to the grain sorghums there Is approximately 100,000 acre* devoted to sweet sorghum*, grown for forage. MEEKER HERALD. CENTENNIAL STATE ITEMS. Out of 476,510 acres of coal-benring school lunds in Colorado as shown by the United Stiites geological survey, state lunds under lease for coal min ing do not exceed 11,504 acres, and this lutter ucrcuge Is less than 0 |>er cent of the corporation-controlled lands totaling 211,000 acres. These fig ures nre given in a report compiled by Horace Huvens, mineral superintend ent of the State 1-and Board, and Is sued by the board at the request of State Auditor Arthur M. Stoug, who is investigating the prices ami profits ronl In connection with the work of the governor’s investigating commission. The report shows 5,704 acres of state school lands listed as coal producing as being under lease to corporations. Of this total, 1,800 acres are not Ih’liib operated. Coal prmluctinn from the slate school lands to July 1 Inst has been 2,530,141 tons, which produced In royalties *230,31-4.90 plus *31,005, rep resenting minimum payments on lenses, or *201,310.90 in all. The roy alty, which was recently 10 cents a ton. Is now 12 cents a ton fin most leases, the report further showed, and all leases are subject to revision every five years. Nothing in the world over has or ever can tuke the place of a good horse. Interest therefore, in the Col orado Horse Breeders' Association meeting to take place In I’uelilo, Tues day, September 23rd at 10 o'clock a. in., during the earning State Fair, is very great. It Is also predieted that this gathering of horse raisers will greatly silmulate the raising and use of horses throughout the West. The maximum service of the horse with the minimum effort or loss of energy has become a study which has resulted 'in valuable discoveries brought about by experiments and practical tests, and chief of these is the multiple liltch system so much talked about, of lute, ilmt ex|ierts lu that line are in demand for demonstrations everywhere Wayne Dinsmurc, of Chicago, secretary of the Pcreheroir Society of America, Is an acknowledged authority on this subject, and bis servhres huv.e been secured to make demonstrations at the Colorado State Fair, Pueblo, on Sep tember 23rd. Twenty miles an hour Is the speed limit oi t the lookout Mountain and Bear Creek Clifton roads in the Den* ver mountain parks, fixed in un ordi nance passed by the city council. Tin* ordinance provides for a s|»ccd limit of fifteen miles an hour on curves and twenty-five miles on any parkway or roail in or connecting the mountain parks with ihe city limits of Denver. If a bill Just Introduced by Congress man Taylor becomes a law, authority will l»e secured to exchange privately owned laud for national forest luml or Ntumpage near SteamlHiat Springs. This authority Is being sought by own ers of land on tile Routt forest, who would be cnuhled to either consolidate their holdings or trade tlielr land when cut over for government stumpage. Six persons narrowly escaped death when the auto in which they were rid ing plunged off the road in Phantom ration, near Victor, down a fifty-foot embunkment, 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 by passing motorists and all nre in a serious condition. Rose Flscus, 19-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Flscus of Pueblo, was Instantly killed wlmn the unto mobile she was driving pitched over a forty-foot embunkment Into the Si. Chariot river, nine miles east of Pueblo. Her mother, sister, Augusta, 11 years old, and 2-year-old brother were with tier, but c*cu|mh| from the wreck with only minor injuries. Extensive development work planned by the local milling companies for the coming winter, together with Increased facilities for handling ore, make It |m»s nlble for from 300 to 400 men to ob tain work In Tellurhlc within the next thirty days. John Turro, a peddler of Ice cream cones, who was arrested at Durango, charged with having an unlawful amount of Intoxlnints in Ills jMisses sloti, was tried In Justice Court and found guilty and wus assessed a fine of *l5O, plus *B-1 costs and ninety days In Jull, has appealed the case to the County Court nnd lias put up a cash bond of $594 to carry Hie ms«* through, which will come up for retrial at the Scptemlier term of court. When Turro WHS first arrested, the offlrers sax they round a barrel of wine that tesn more than 2 per cent alcoholic con tent. The gunbarrel road on the Ocean to Ocean highxvn.v lietween Monte Vista, Center and Saguache Is completed. This piece of road, with ii stretell over the north end of the Russell Springs lake, creeks and marshes, causing an expenditure of over Slti.tmo In rou st run ion xvork for tile Inst three years. Is finished. Kbl Mex of Pueblo was winner over George Bauer of Goldfield, via tin* knockout route, at Victor. The bout, scheduled for fifteen round*, ended in the sixth frame when the Mexlcun sent a fast right to Bauer's Jaw. News lihs been received in Oohlen of the death by suicide at Kansas Clt.v, Kan., of Mrs. E. M. Herrod, 75, one of the enrly-dsy residents of Golden. She ended her life by droxvuing In the Mis souri river, tying ii heavy rock In her apron before she plunged Into the xvu ter. Perjury Is charged against Joe Man dlch Is an Information filed in Boul der, In which Mnndlrli, xvlio Is said to lie 43 years old. Is alleged to have sworn to a lie In getting a marriage license for himself nnd 14-year-old Me llta Phillips of Longmont. Birdless Prairies of the Northwest. Those of us who have lived in Ihe East among the feathered songsters that make their summer homes among the leafy bowers of forest trees realize lioxv few nnd far between are the bird notes of the West. One may travel the prairies for days and meet with less than halt’ a dozen varieties. Esjie clnlly In this part of the country Is It desirable that we should conserve what we have left of tho feathered Tribes and seek to induce others to visit us. A birdless country Is some thing diflit-iill to picture; It Is not an impossibility should we full to resjiect ihe laws now provided for the fierpet untlon of the migratory and other spe cies.—Calgary Herald. Cutidura Soap for tha Complexion. Nothing better than Cuticura Soap dally and Ointment now and then aa needed to make the complexion clear, scalp clean nnd hands soft and white. Add to thla the faacinatlnff, fragrant Cuticura Tnlcum nnd yon have the Cuticura Toilet Trio. —Adv. Will Preserve Historic Spots. The western front Is to retain some of its battlefields, at least, its xvnr memorials. The decision of the French government to preserve In their pres ent condition selected sites, and to pro hibit any alteration will, he welcomed by many xvlio feared that the disfigur ing and mercenary bands of the cafe propilctors, the souvenir sellers, the restaurants and the hotel keepers xx'ould obliterate historic spots in their efforts to provide attractions for Hie coming throngs of tourists. Among the places already decided upon are the forts ut Verdun, the trenches of Sols sons, the underground mazes of Mon quet farm, the ruins of Bapaiime, mid the mangled remains of I'ozleres. Lift off Corns! Doesn’t hurt * bit and Freerone costs only a few cents. With your flnpnt Toe con lift off any hard corn, soft corn, or com be tween the toes, and the hard skin cal luses from bottom of feet. A tiny bottle of “Freesone” coat* little at any drug store; apply a few drops upon tlie corn or callus. In stantly It stops hurting, then shortly yon lift that bothersome corn or callus right off, root and all, without one bit of pain or soreness. Truly! No hum bug !—Adv. Living Wage in Paris $975 a Year. As tile absolute minimum for main- Mining a man and wife in I’aris under the present cost of living. *973 a year is the estimate made after a detailed investigntihu hy the sis-lallst nexvspu per L'Oeuvre. Tills alloxvs for the smallest quantity of food capable of keeping them in health and |»ermit* of no extra excuses, such as use of t ulies, omnibuses, the purchase of newspapers, pleasuri-s, or even the re placement of worn-out household ar ticles. The isMslhlllty of obtaining supplies at figures so loxv as those taken Is, however, disputed. A young man seldom discovers lie Is in love until the girl In tlia case puts him next. Proof that Some Women do Avoid Operations^^ Mr*. Etta Dorion, of Ogdmiburg, WU. uty*: , -I suffered from femele trouble, which caused piercing peine -I Ilk, , knife through my heck and aide. I final], loat all my m/m * strength ao I bad to go to bed. The t-octor advlaed an operation . i but I would not Ustsn to It I though’, of what I had read about c W 1 I Lydia E. ITnkbam'a Vegetable Comp und and tried It The Drat rel l I, bottle brought great relief and alz bottle, hare antirely cured me. V I M • \ All women who hare female trouble of any kind ahould try I —e- Alii Lydia E. TTukham’a Vegetable Compound.” HNS -JIU |! J i How Mr*. Boyd Avoided an Operation. v> —-t I Canton. Ohio.—"l suffered from a female trouble whleh/^ v \, A 1 ' ! ll caused me much euffering. an J two doctor* decided that / *V \ NSgSrV )i|l| 1 would bare to go through ao operation before I could / | V\\ \:'lllr *-"lly mother, who had been helped by Lydia E. Pink-/ ’ If) \i|F ham’s Vegetable Compound, advised me to try It be- / If I YK'--? >--■». / ll r, fora aubmltUng to an operation. It relieved me from /I \\ fl // UL' my trouble* soI can do my houaa work without any/ l \A|t // ■iT’/ivL It IZ'I V difficulty. I advise any woman whole afflicted with/ \ V V S-.XI / ■'] r J If J EM female troubles to give Lydia E. Ptnkham'aVefe-/ // f n EB table Compound . trial and It will do a* much / TVx y // Iff I for them ’'—Mrs Santa Boro, lilt Mb 8t„ l/f /,.> /J Sdjfe- -| I Imf.J H K. X. Canton, Ohio. J//J /WT 4 I IWffl ■ Every Sick Woman il EYDIA E. PINKHAM’S*®! VEGETABLE. COHPOUNDJ Before Submitting Tb An OperationjlTß _UfWAtAWKMAM MMICim CO.CVWW.MA**. WRtGUYS 5c a package before the war 5c a package during the war 5c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! Walking for Pleasure. The nld-fusliionctl |h*isoii xvlio used to walk mile after mile on pleasant Siimlay aftcriHsms tbrougli tlic conn tryshlo, has practicnlly dlsapiMnirad. Tills is l lie inevitable I’ouclnsloii dra xvii li.v niiyoiie who still pursues this uncleiit past ime ami who has spent Sunday after Sunday drilling hy foot over iiiarndiuw and dirt roads fre quenteil by autoiiiobilists and uri oc casional farm band traveling to a nelglilHir's. Walking for the sake of the xvnlk has nearly passed out, along xvltli the ont*-horse rig. the glnss-imvsed urtltl- Hal flowers In the parlor and lull recov ered furniture. It had Its day before the bicycle and the automobile and xvltli the advent of these quicker, eas ier means of truns|Mirtiiflon It drop|»ed from the liuinan scheme of things with a dull thud.—Omiilia Nexvs. Mercury and Price Too High. “Buy meat,'' ihe packing men ad vise. “B.v-by meal J" the consumer cries. —Boston Transcript. As Usual. •Tm going out after the nvlritlon rote." “I see; the plane |HMiple."—Louis ville Courier-Journal. Concrete "Piles.” The piles used for a wharf inside the nexv pier at Burnle, Tiismanlii, are concrete tubes or pl|K>s 10 feet long ami 4 , / 3 feet In diameter, the xvitll be ing one font thick. Tin- pi|ies are produced in a strol cylinder, xvhlch Is placed on four xxiieclM, and roliilisl by an electric motor at the rate of to .*MH» revolutions |»er minute. As the concrete mixture is throxvn In, the centrifugal force tbroxvs out tlie wa ter. each length of pi|H> being com pleted in about fifteen minutes. To get the required height, tlicse sect lona are placed oii* u|sm another, with ce ment betxveen, and an eight-inch sled band is placed over the Joint. The hollow renter Is tilled with sand. How’s This? Wo offor I WO. oo for any com of catarrh that cannot tw cured by HALI/t CATARRH MEDICINE. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak en Internally and acta through tho Blood on tho Mucous flurfacoo of too fly item. Sold b» druggists for over forty year*. Pries Ttc. Testimonials free. F. J. Cheney A Ca. Toledo, Ohio. Chile Books Information. Chile has created a commission In study the isisslhillty of constructing a longitudinal artery for the' transmis sion of electric poxver obtained from xvaterfnlls tbrougli a long stretch of territory.