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ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE
Name “Bayer” Is on Genuine Aspirin —say Bayer Insist on “Bayer Tablets of Aspirin'* in a “Bayer package,” containing prop er directions for Headache, Colds, Pain, Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Rheu matism. Name “Bayer” means genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for nineteen years. Handy tin toxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. Aspirin is trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Mono aceticacidester of Salicylicacid.—Adv. Cooking a Dinner. Flatbush —I heard that a tin dinner pail on the ground near a house at Palms, Mich., reflected the sun’s rays against the house. Smoke was seen and then there was a blaze. Bensonhurst — That must have been the origin of the fireless cooker, I reckon. —Yonkers Statesman. WOMEN NEED SWAMP-ROOT Thousands of women have kidney and bladder trouble and never suspect it. Womens’ complaints often prove to be nothing 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 become 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 be just the remedy needed to overcome such conditions. Get a medium or large size bottle im mediately from any drug store. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper.—Adv. Not Much “Eat” in “Meat.” Camp Cook —Did you bring the meat? Scout —Sure, I got six cents’ worth of steak. Camp Cook —Are you crazy? Scout —No! I paid 50 cents for It. —Boys’ Life. A SUMMER COLD A cold in the summer time, as every body knows, is the hardest kind of a cold to get rid of. The best and quick est way is to go to bed and stay there if you can, with a bottle of “Boschee’a Syrup” handy to insure a good night’s rest, free from coughing, with easy ex pectoration in the morning. But if you can’t stay in bed you must keep out of draughts, avoid sudden changes, eat sparingly of simple food and take occasional doses of Boschee's Syrup, which you can buy at any store where medicine is sold, a safe and effi cient remedy, made in America for more than fifty years. Keep it handy.—Adv. Combination. “What has become of your Anti-To bacco league?” “The price of tobacco jumped so that we merged it into the Personal Econ omy league.” Don't Forget Cuticura Talcum When adding to your toilet requisites. An exquisitely scented face, skin, baby and dusting powder and perfume, ren dering other perfumes superfluous. You may rely on it because one of the Cuticura Trio (Soap, Ointment and Talcum). 25c each everywhere.—Adv. Seeds Grown by Electricity. An English scientist has had much success with an electrical treatment to increase the germination of several kinds of seeds. Enjoyment of what we have beats envy of what the other man possesses. Was Laid Up Inßed Doan’*, However, Restored Mrs. Vogt to Health and Strength. Hasn’t Suffered Since. “I had one of the worst cases of kid ney complaint Imaginable,” says Mrs. Wm. Vogt, 6315 Audrey Ave., Wellston, Mo., “and I was laid up in bed for days at a time. “My bladder was Inflamed and the t kidney secretions caused terrible pain. My back was in such bad shape that when I moved the pains were like a knife thrust. 1 got so dizzy I couldn't stoop and my head Just throbbed with pain. Beads of perspi ration would stand on my temples, then I would become cold and numb. My heart action Was affected and I felt as JUiCs. if i couldn’t take another breath. I got so nervous and run down, I felt life wasn't worth living and often wished that I might die so my suffering would be ended. Medicine failed to help me and I was discouraged. “Doan’s Kidney Pills were recommend ed to me and I could tell I was being helped after the first few doses. I kept getting better every day and continued use cured me. My health Improved in every way and beat of all, the cure has been permanent. I feel that Doan’s saved my life.” Sworn to before m«, HENRY B. SURKAMP. Notary Public. Gat Doan's at An j Stora, 60c a Box DOAN'S VRTA r FOSTER-MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO, N. Y. There is a tremendous expansion in busi ness. Our calls for office workers have double in a year. NOW is the time to enter business. Enroll Nov. 3. Write for catalog. 1605-25 Champa St., Denver, Col* AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES BAYINGS, DOINGS, ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. Western Newspaper Union News Service. WESTERN The strike of miners in the Tonopal), Nev., district, which tied up operations for six weeks, has been settled satis factorily, according to reports. Twenty-five negroes were killed In race clashes at Elaine and Hoop Spur, according to stories told by many of the negroes arrested by federal troops at Helena, Ark. A reduction of 25 cents a word on ordinary cablegrams to Japan from San Francisco was put into effect by the Commercial Pacific Cable Company at San Francisco according to an an announcement by the company. J. E. Canfels, a farmer near Had den, Kan., is dead of injuries suffered when a bull gored him. The bull charged him and he threw a bucket over his horns, but the bull felled him with his front feet and then gored repeatedly. Charles Jesse Jones, known thruout America as Buffalo Jones, famous cowboy and big game hunter and friend of the late former President, Theodore Roosevelt, died at Topeka, Kansas, as a result of jungle fevet, contracted during his last trip to Af rica in 1914. Thousands of British subjects will immigrate into Mexico about the mid dle of October, according to Excelsior, a newspaper of Mexico City. The colonists will settle in Durango and Chihuahua. Arrangements for their passage into Mexico are to be made by Gen. L. Gritchley of the British army. Passport regulations of the United States, which prevent hundreds of Mexicans in Sonora from crossing to this side of the international line to do their trading, have caused consid erable complaint among the mer chants of Arizona border towns who have heretofore reaped a harvest from Mexican patronage. The king and queen of Belgium will visit San Francisco Oct. 15, going from there to the Yosemite valley and thence to Los Angeles, Senator Phelan of California announced, after a con ference with Assistant Secretary of State Long. Senator Phelan said it was thought that only one day would be spent at San Francisco. WASHINGTON Casualties In the signal corps dur ing the war averaged 50 to 1,000, rank ing next to the infantry, which suf fered 262 to the 1,000, Gen. George O. Squier told the House military af fairs committee. With disposition of the peace treaty expected by Nov. 1, congressional leaders are discussing the prospects of closing the extraordinary session, which began May 19, so as to have a month’s rest before the regular De cember session begins. Favorable report was unanimously ordered by the Senate irrigation com mittee upon the bill by Senator Jones of Washington to appropriate $250,- 000,000 for the completion of reclama tion projects now under way as well as for the construction of such new ones as the reclamation service may think feasible. A resolution favoring an internation al union of all Latin-American repub lics for maintenance of the integrity and sovereignty of each nation has been adopted unanimously by the Co lombian Senate, according to a dis patch to the State Department. The United States trade with foreign nations has grown enormously and reached $10,500,000,000 a year, with a balance in favor of this country amounting to $4,182,000,000. Statistics for the year ending Aug. 31, just issued by the department of commerce, show that the year’s commerce exceeded that of last year by more than $1,500,- 000,000. The number of women employed by railroads in heavy work while the war was on and when men could not be obtained is being reduced steadily, Director General Hines announced. Women employed in all occupations on federal controlled roads July 1, were 4.9 per cent fewer than on April 1, but those working in round houses had been reduced 23.6 per cent and in shop work 18 per cent. The total number of women working on railroads July 1 was 82,294, most of them in clerical positions. The sentence of twenty-five years meted out by a court-martial to Capt. David A. Henkes of the 16Sth infantry, who on May 26, 1917, sought to resign from the army rather than oppose his father’s kinfolk in Germany, has been commuted by President Wilson to not more than five years, it is announced at the War Department. Investigation of wholesale and retail prices of sugar by the federal trade commission waa ordered by the house thru adoption of a resolution intro duced by Representative Tinkham, Re publican, Massachusetts. FOREIGN Members of the German delegation called on Foreign Minister Pueyrredon and discussed the proposed loan of $100,000,000 by Argentina to Germany. Interest on Russia's state liabilities amounts annually to approximately $648,500,000, according to a statement, issued from Omsk by the minister of finance of the Kolchak government. Economic negotiations between Lux emburg and Belgium have been broken off by Belgium as a result of the refer endum in Luxemburg, under which France became Luxemburg’s financial ally. The Belgian minister in Luxem burg has been recalled. Brig. Gen. Edgar Jadwin of the American mission in southern Russia, who was reported to have been ex ecuted by the Bolsheviki, is well and on his way home, according to a dis patch to the War Department from United States Minister Gibson at War saw. Simultaneously with the renewal of tile offensive against the Bolsheviki on the eastern front by the Kolchak forces, General Yudenitch has begun an advance toward Petrograd from the Archangel district, according to advices received by the Russian em bassy at Washington. ’The Chamber of Deputies at Paris, ratified the German peace treaty by » vote of 372 to 53. The chamber then took up the treaties between France and the United States and France and Great Britain. The Franco-American and French-British treaties were un animously ratified. Germany lias a new escutcheon, from which the Hohenzollern arms have been eliminated. It consists of a black one-headed eagle on a golden yel low field. The “new” eagle, which has shed its erstwhile imperial crown and collar, is not a rampant bird, and would look sedate enough In its sit ting posture but for the color of its beak, tongue and talons, which are red. Art treasures valued at more than $100,000,000, which belonged to Cather ine II of Russia, who died in 1796, have been discovered by the Bolshevik com mission charged with classifying the property of the late Czar Nicholas in the winter palace and in the palace of Tsnrkoe Selo. The cases containing these treasures had never been opened since they were sent to Catherine from Rome. The find includes more than 1,000 paintings and sculptures by some of the greatest French and Italian mas ters, including Terpolo, Roughl, Latour, Lancret and Fragonard. GENERAL Herman Smith, Buffalo’s feather weight, outpointed Joe Leonard of New York before the Queensbery Athletic Club at Buffalo. The estate of Anna Held, the actress, totaled $278,260, according to an ac counting filed by Charles F. Hanlon of San Francisco, executor, with a peti tion asking that his duties as executor be wound up. Seymour Cox, Jr., 11 years old, made an airplane flight from Houston, Tex., to New York to get an education. With his mother, Mrs. S. E. J. Cox, wife of a Houston oil operator, and Pilot Harold Block, Seymour arrived in New York, making the trip without incident. Brand Whitlock, former minister to Belgium, assumed the rank of ambas sador to that country when he pre sented the credentials to King Albert in the latter’s suite at the Waldorf- Astoria. This is the first time in his tory, it is believe, that a ruling sov ereign has received a foreign diplo mat’s credentials on the latter’s own soil. investigation shows that the forest fires which raged over the week end along the line of the Pacific Great Eastern railway above the Squamish were so intense that steel rails were melted. Thousands of huge trees fell. A train with forty-five passengers was held up for two days by the fire, which, driven by a heavy wind, swept through the Cheakamus valley. The clocks of the country will he turned back one hour, under the provi sions of the daylight saving law, Oct. 26, the last Sunday in October, at 2 o’clock in the morning. The law, which was passed in 1918 and repealed in the summer of this year, says that the clocks shall be turned forward one hour on the last Sunday in March and turned back to normal time again on the last Sunday in October. A marked increase in the produc tion of wheat and the milling of flour this year over last year -is noted in the report just issued by the United States Grain Corporation of New York city. The total wheat receipts from farms, in bushels, extending over the period from June 27 to Sept. 19 of this year amounted to 425,369,000. The total receipts for the same period last year amounted to 381,290,000. The production of flour from June 27 to Sept. 19, this year, amounted to 28,- 809,000 barrels, as. compared with 24,- 931,000 for the same period last year. The total stocks wheat, at all eleva tors and mills, at the present time amounts to 264,779,000 bushels, an in crease of 44,219,000'bushels over last year. Mark (Shorty) Thornton, arrested at York, Pa., for alleged participation in holding up and robbing a Garden City, San Jose, Calif., bank clerk of $4,500, has been taken back to San Jose. Thornton, who has stoutly denied his part in the holdup, confessed. Chemist shops at Archangel are open ly selling poison to many young wom en who are buying it with the ex pressed intention of killing themselves rather than fall into the hands of the Bolsheviki, according to an American officer who has just returned from there. THE BENSON SIGNAL. Southwest News From All Over New Mexico and Arizona Western Newspaper Union News Service. COMING EVENTS. Arizona State Fair—Nov. 3 to 8. 1919. Oil excitement in Holbrook, Navajo county, Ariz., is unabated, according to reports from there. Shipments of beans and grain from all the stations in the eastern part of the state have been the heaviest In many years. That the highway to Alt. Lemmon will be completed and ready for use next summer is the announcement made by District Forest Supervisor Paul G. Reddington, while visiting in Tucson, Ariz. The annual Estancia valley fair will he held at Estancia, N. M., on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 10 and 11, and, ac cording to reports of the officials in charge, it will be the best fair ever staged in the county. The Campbell shaft of the Calumet and Arizona mines is now down 200 feet. It will he remembered that it was closed down in August, 1917, but was resumed in July of this year. It is ex pected to carry it down 2,200 feet. There are now to date 29,643 motor :*ars in Arizona, according to the motor car licenses issued at the office of the secretary of state. It is estimated by officials in that office that there will he about 1.250 more motor licenses is sued hv the end of the yeai\ making a total of 30,893 for the year 1919. Lincoln county, N. M., has remitted $29,917 to the State Highway Commis sion as a part of that county’s pro rata of the cost of the three road projects. On federal aid project No. 11, between Capitan and Fort Stanton, $6,250 will he spent. On federal aid project No. 20, between Border Hill and Picacho, SIO,OOO will be expended. The forest aid road from the Hondo to the Mes calero Apache reservation will get $13,- 667 out of this remittance. All transcontinental trains of the San Diego and Arizona railroad will be run.over the lines of the Inter-Califor nia railroad part of the Southern Pa cific system, between Yuma, Ariz., and Mexicali, on the international border, it has been announced by General Manager E. G. Burdick of the Inter- California. More than a million dollars will be spent in relaying the main lines of the Inter-California with heavy i ails and double-tracking for a short distance in the vicinity of Calexico. The Santa F 6 Canon road between the city limits of Santa F 6 and the feundary of the national forest is now undergoing repairs of a permanem character, the state highway depart ment has announced. The state is sup plying the necessary culverts, furnish ing convict labor, and loaning its trucks. The work is being done under the direction of the county road super intendent, Mr. Thorpe. The highway department is required to maintain this section of the road up the Santa Fd canon, according to a provision in ihe law which established the Camino Real. The matter of reducing the freight rate on bakery goods from Los Angeles to Gallup, N. M., will be considered by the San Francisco District Freight Traffic Committee at a hearing Oct. 15, the state corporation has been advised. The present rate is $1.67% a hundred pounds and the proposed rate $1.27%. The purpose of the change is to give I.os Angeles manufacturers the oppor tunity to compete with Denver manu facturers who have a rate of $1.26% into Gallup. The distance from Los Angeles to Gallup is 730 miles and from Denver 687 miles. The. Associ ated Jobbers of Los Angeles are the petitioners. That Arizona crop conditions are still well above the average is indicat ed by the federal crop report just is sued by L. M. Harrison, Arizona field agent for the bureau of crop estimates. II present prospects are realized, Ari zona farmers will produce crops to the \alue of $47,000,000, compared with $42,000,000 last year, and $6,000,000 ten years ago. These figures do not in clude livestock products. Arizona families are being paid $2,- 123,820 in war risk insurance claims by Uncle Sam. He is making restitution to those whose sons and husbands died in the service of their country during Ihe greatest war of all times. There are 243 insurance claims being paid in Ari zona through the bureau of war risk insurance to beneficiaries named at the time application for insurance was made by soldiers, sailors and marines, row dead. The average policy carried by those 243 men was $8,740. Disabled s-oldiers as well as widows and children and dependent parents of those who l ave died are being made comfortable by the government which is paying 217 compensation claims to residents of Arizona. The General Fertilizer Company of Carlsbad, N. M„ expects to open up Its guano caves southeast of there in the near future. The company claims to have almost an inexhaustible supply of the fertilizer, as it is estimated that the cave contains over 75,000 tons. The guano is mostly shipped to California where it is used to fertilize the orange trees in that part of the country. Another oil well will be put down near Clayton in the near future by the Mesa Oil Company, who have large holdings on the Hart-Patton tract southwest, of Clovis. artistic, These walls should be Alabastined in the latest, up-to-the-minute nature color tints. Each room should reflect your own individuality and the treatment throughout be a complete perfect harmony in colors. The walls of the old home, whether mansion or cottage, can be made just as attractive, just as sanitary, through the intelligent use of IHai^Une Instead of kalsomine or wallpaper How much better, when you have a new home, to start right than to have to correct errors afterward from former treatment with other materials, when you come to the use of Alabastine, as does nearly every one sooner or later. Once your walls are Alabastined you can use any material over it should you desire, but having used Alabastine you will have no desire for any other treatment. % Alabastine is so easy to mix and apply so lasting in its results so absolutely sanitary and so generally recognized as the proper decorative material in a class by itself that it is becoming difficult to manufacture fast enough to supply the demand. Alabastine is a dry powder, put up in five-pound packages, white and beautiful tints, ready to mix and use by the : —— addition of cold water, and with full directions iiLiiyi on* on each package. Every package of genuine the only tool coldwatejJ Alabastine has cross and circle printed in red. «bhhbs«i#ibmb aS. Better write us for hand-made color designs and special suggestions. Give us your decorative problems y/jfIWL Wbfipi and let us help you work them out. la ’ ’ ALABASTINE COMPANY Grand Rapids » Michigan Which? Uncle is an Indiana newspaper man and sometimes at home he discusses the editorials he proposes to write. Not long ago he was discussing one of the average American’s pursuit after things that are not essential. “I shall call it The Search After the Golden Fleece,’ ” he said. “I think that title will attract attention. Nine-year-old Bobby looked up from his pudding. “Are you going to spell It fleas?” he asked. GOODBY, WOMEN’S TROUBLES The tortures and discomforts of weak, lame and aching back, swollen feet and limbs, weakness, dizziness, nausea, as a rule have their origin in kidney trouble, not “female complaints.” These general symptoms of kidney and bladder disease are well known—so is the remedy. Next time you feel a twinge of pain in the back or are troubled with head ache, indigestion, insomnia, irritation in the bladder or pain in the loins and lower abdomen, you will find quick and sure relief in GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. This old and tried rem edy for kidney trouble and allied de rangements has stood the test for hun dreds of years. It does the work. Pains and troubles vanish and new life and health will come as you continue their use. When completely restored to your usual vigor, continue taking a capsule or two each day. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap sules are imported from the laborato ries at Haarlem, Holland. Do not ac cept a substitute. In sealed boxes, three sizes.—Adr. Cause for the Shock. Hewitt —A man fell dead in a res taurant today. Jewett—--Heart failure, caused by acute indigestion? Hewitt —No; shock caused by find ing that the price of some article of food had been reduced. DEWS OF EVE No More Gentle Than "Cascarets” for the Liver, Bowels It is just as needless as it is danger ous to take violent or nasty cathartics. Nature provides no shock absorbers for your liver and bowels against calomel, harsh pills, sickening oil and salts. Cascarets give quick relief without in jury from Constipation, Biliousness, In digestion, Gases and Sick Headache. Cascarets work while you sleep, remov ing the toxins, poisons and sour, in digestible waste without griping or in convenience. Cascarets regulate by strengthening the bowel muscles. They cost so little too. —Adv. Used to Postponements. “Then you like working for a judge?” "You bet.” “Doesn’t he kick when you put things off?” “Naw, he putts off half his own work every day.”—Louisville Courier- Journal. Airplanes that collide when 750 feet in the air also are too high. WmilOlNP Nirfht •“«* Morning. "I/lUJilr Have Strong, Healthy II * Eyee. If they Tire, Itch, Tor Smart or Bum, if Sore, Irritated, Inflamed or TOUR LILJ Granulated, use Murine often. Soothes. Refreshes. Safe for InfanUor Adult. At all Druggists. Write for free Eye Book. Muriae Eyt Remedy Ce,, Chkagi His Way. “A father should he firm but kind, and —” began the presiding elder. “That's my motter. parson !” indorsed ~ Gap Johnson of Rumpus Ridge. “After I’ve knocked one of my children down, in order to protect myself or to get something done, as the case may be, I 'most gener’ly give him a chaw of ter baeker, or something that-a-way, to sorter saturate his feelings.”—Kansas City Star. Why Girls Stick Around. “Why will none of you girls mar ry?” “There’s a quarrel as to who gets the piano.” Beautiful Teeth and Good Health Are Possible When You Clean Your Teeth With Venta-Pynne mVjUS *•!* The Reliable Pyorrhea Preventative and Remedy This remarkable Medicated powder polishes, cleans and preserves the teeth and gums, and stops the terrible bleeding of the gums after cleaning. Your Gums soon become hard, health ful and free from irritation. For Children and Adults alike. Send SI.OO and the name of your Druggist and we will send large pack- | age prepaid. f Bank Draft for refund accompanies each can. THE 'ANTITARTAR CHEMICAL CO. 529-530 Charles Bldg. DENVER, COLO. Cuticura Soap) 1— IS IDEAL For the Hands; Soap 25c., Ointment 25 ft 600., Talcum 25c. Sample ] each mailed free by “Outlcura, Dept. E, Boston.” THE “BLUES” Caused by Acid-Stomach • Millions of people who worry, are despon dent, have spells of mental depression, feel blue and are often melancholy, believe that these conditions are due to outside Influences over which they have little or no control. Nearly always, however, they can be traced to an Internal source— acid-stomach. Nor Is it to be wondered at. Acid-stomach, begin ning with such well defined symptoms as In digestion, belching, heartburn, bloat, etc., will. If not checked. In time affect to some degree or other all the vital organs. The nervous system becomes deranged. Digestion ■juffers. The blood is Impoverished. Health and strength are undermined. The victim of icid-stomach, although he may not know the cause of his ailments, feels his hope, courage, ambition and energy slipping. And truly life is dark —not worth much to ths man or woman who has acid-stomach! Get rid of It! Don’t let acid-stomach hold you back, wreck your health, make your days miserable, make you a victim of ths "blues” and gloomy thoughts! There Is a marvelous modern remedy called EATONIC that brings, oh! such quick relief from your .rtomach miseries—sets your stomach to rights —makes It strong, cool, sweet and comfort able. Helps you get back your strength, vigor, vitality, enthusiasm and good cheer. So many thousands upon thousands of sufferers have used EATONIC with such marvelously helpful results that we are sure you will feel the same way If you will just give It a trial. Get a big 60 cent box of EATONIC— the good tasting tablets that you eat like hit of candy—from your druggist today. He will return your money If results are not •syen more than you expect. FATONIC HP 0 TOR YOUR ACID-STOMACH) V W. N. U., DENVER, NO. 41-1919.