Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.) 1911-1920, July 14, 1916, Image 3

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Such warning symptoms are a sense of suffocation, hot flashes, headaches, backaches, dread of impending evil, timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation of the heart, sparks before the eyes, irrignilaiitiers, constipation, variable ap- petite, weakness and inquietude, and dizziness. • For these abnormal conditions do not fail to take hydia E. Pinkham's Veg. table ()impound. Tumors and Lupus sueeessfully treated without kraleor pain. All work guaranteed. Come, or write for free Illustrated (look D,. WILLIAMS SANATORIUM MO Valverde, Av., !Gnaw pe lit, Miaa. In Suspiiiil • • \Where are Vitt going this summer?\ \I can't say,\ replied Senator Sor- ghum. \Maybe I won't know where I am now on the way to until the elec- tion returns are in next November.\ Messrs, Nicholson & Stuhr of Chey- enne. Wyo., say: \We know from per- sonal experience that Hanford's Bal- sam will do all and more than you claim for it.\ Adv. - The Lazy Sexton . : - \'\‘•1. • 'Here Is tate story of it gravedigger \rho, after hard toll at n grave, found all his labor hi vain owing to the soil slipping and almost filling In the grave again. After indulging in such language as a church sexton might reasonably use, he got a bright Idea. Placing his cap and jacket near the edge of the grave amid hiding his spade, he forthwith proceeded to hide himself. In a few minutes up came a visitor to the graveyard. Seeing the fallen - in grave nral the cap and jacket, he raised an alarm that the sexton was buried alive. Brawny arms and spades were soon forthcoming. and in a short time the grave was once more dug out. but tie sexton was feund. Their perplexity gave way to indig- nation when the sexton emerged from n clump of trees ‘vith a pleased grin on his face and thanked them! River Above Suspicion. \It's n11 wrong to assume that every- thing relating to rivers and harbor has something to do with a pork bar- rel.\ \That's right,\ replied Senator Sor- ghum. \There's no sign of perk. for Listance, around tills propositien to improve conditions along the Rio Grande.\ A woman pats a strange baby much as a man pats a strange canine. The Fine Flavor the delicate taste of malted barley blended with the sweets of whole wheat— is sufficient reason in itself ior the wonderful popular- ity of Grape -Nuts FOOD But it is more than de- licious—it is the finest kind of concentrated nour- ishment to thoroughly sus- tain body and brain tissue —a food that benefits users remarkably. A short trial proves \There's a Reason\ Sold by Grocers everywhere. GEYSER UDITH BASIN TIMES NEW MEXICO'S CRACK BATTERY IN ACTION The Roswell battery, the crack artillery organization of the New Mexico National Guard, which Is now in active service on the Mexican border. os' FIRST ARMORED MOTOR BATTERY OF NEW YORK •• • AINIIIika 416 6- 4144 'i• weak' 00000 4 Sriyatot • ei T . irt.4 Armored Motor battery of the New York National Gored. The car is equipped with machine guns its wed as loopholes for nile fire. The driver of the car is afforded almost complete protection. The eutire car is covered with armor, even the wheels. MEXICANS USE AMERICAN WIRELESS • --Wer?..Z..eee-tio.V& 'if the five American \de Forest\ portable wireless outfits being use( by the Mexican government. The photograph shows a Mexican operating the machine. The apparatus can be put together or demounted in mm few minutes. NATIONAL GUARD FLIERS AT NORFOLK A leading feature of the recent Norfolk. Va.. preparednes parade e ;Is a group of National Guard student airmen, headed by Capt. Thomas S. Bald- win, who ranks as the most experienced flier In America. Captain Baldwin Is shown at the extreme left of the picture. Next to him, carrying the sign. Is Corporal Johnson of Virginia, Lieutenant Case is carrying the parasol, and next to him Is Lieutenant Merrill of Massachusetts. Lieutenant Royer of Ohio Is marching between Merrill and the machine. An effort is being to have all the NaUctual Guard students of aviation combined into a separate unit. LIEU. BENJAMIN F. HOGE 0 via • 40. • valla • AP. • vea , Among the officers of the Tenth [cavalry, which was attacked at Car- rIzal, is Lieut. Benjamin F. Hoge, who entered the military academy at %Vest Point in 1910 from Missouri. Ile was one of the football stars of the acad- emy while a student. -•••••-. Head It OM . •-?-s';.. The philolopher leaned at easa against a corner telegraph pole and tpitche4a peat crowd of people chas- ing after Ids hat_ i which a gust of wind had blown freiil his hea \I could have pursued It and re: gained it myself with very little trou- ble,\ he reflected with a philosophical chuckle, \but feeling confident, from my wealth of knowledge concerning human nature, that every male person In the vicinity would immediately take up the clInae in my interest, I right- fully decided that the better' ' , Plan would be to slimy here and avoid the risk of becoming overheated.\ And he leaned there and continued to chuckle, while the crowd, now swelled to several hunilkeds (for it was a very fine day and everybody ms - us out) pursued his hat. Finally a messenger boy made a long dive and got it from under a man who hail jumped on it to stop it. There were eleven holes In it and seven ounces of dirt. - \One must pay for one's pleasure,\ mused the philosopher sagely, and he gave the messenger boy the hat and a penny.—Detrolt Free Press. In the Air. Bill—It is said there is an average of about 350 births and 70 deaths a lay In London. Jill—That looks as if the stork were more busy than the Zeppelins. SECOND MONTANA REGIMENT LEAVES TROOPS REVIEWED BY GOVERNOR BEFORE BOARDING TRAINS— THOUSANDS SAY FAREWELLS. FARMERS WANT NEW LAW Montana Societies Invoke initiative— Would Have Funds From State Land Leases and Sales Invested In Mortgages and Bonds. 14 elena. With sweethearts and wives and mothers from all parts of the state an hand to bid them Godspeed. the boys of the Second Montana regiment have entrained for the border. The army mustering officer. Lieut. A. A. Hoffman, wired western head- quarters that the regiment had a per- sonnel of 51 officers and 915 enlisted men and 3 officers and 21 enlisted men In the sanitary corps. \The boys of the Second are a clean bunch morally and physically,\ said Col. Dan J. Donohue, Just before he swung aboard the train. \They are going to try to give a good account of themselves and be a credit to the state of Montana.\ Governor Stewart reviewed the troops drawn up in battalion formation on the Fort Harrison parade grounds. Fully 2,000 people were present and after the troops returned to their com- pany streets, the crowd flocked there. Among the visitors were hundreds of relatives of the soldier boys and the reservation was soon dotted with fare- well parties, fathers and mothers, sis- ters, wives and sweethearts snatching a last word with the guardsmen before they left for the border. * * * Farmers Want Loan Law. Dissatisfied with the law which re- quires the investment of state funds in a certain manner, the Montana Far- mers' federation and the American Society of Equity are Invoking the ini- tiative for a law which will require the state land board to invest surplus funds in first farm mortgages, first mortgage loan bonds, school district bonds and state and county bonds. The organizations charge that the state funds are deposited in banks at 21; per cent interest, while the banks in turn reloan to farmers, charging as much as 12 per cent for the same money. The state has several million thus on deposit. The money Is deriv- ed from the sale of lands greeted the state under the enabling pvt, and only the income may be ppritt tor the port of of the 8eli , 2211 . 1, •-- . --••`` * * * I atwart Urges Amendment. In a letter written to A. W'. Sted- man of Sun River, and just made pub- lic, Governor S. V. Stewart urges that a constitutional amendment be sub- mitted providing for the Investment of the state's permanent funds in farm mortgages. Governor Stewart's letter, which was written in reply to a re- quest from Mr. Stedman for a loan of state funds, goes Into detail regarding the subject of farm loans and the nu- merous difficulties which have been encountered in an effort to secure a cheaper rate of interest for Montana farmers. Governor Stewart calls attention to the fact that he recommended to the Fourteenth legislative assembly that steps be taken_ to make it possible to Invest the state's permanent funds in farm mortgages, but that the legis- lature, following the advice of officers of certain farmers' organizations. aban- doned that plan and instead passed the so-called NViiiteside farm loan law,. which has not as yet been placed in successful operation, the Vomen of Woodcraft, only recently, refusing to accept the bonds which had been is- sued tinder this law. * * * May Tax Telegraph Lines. In a decision just handed down the supreme court holds that railway telegraph lines, used exclusively for rafiroad purposes, are assessable by county assessors and not by the state board of equalization. The case came from Granite county, where the assess- or weasel so mud) oJtt c tclegaph line belonging to the Northern Pacific as was in the county. The taxes were paid under protest by the company. suit was brought to recover. the low- er court found in favor of the railroad and the county appealed. The Nile preme court reverses the lower tri- bunal and orders the case dismissed. * * * Montana Troops Leave. Orders have been received from the western department to Lieut. A. A. Hoffman to send a battalion of the Sec - °nil Montana fully equipped for the Reich service with full medical and quartermaster personnel and trampor- tat ion, to Nogales, Ariz., and upon ar- rival to report by telegraph to the iorn- mending general of the southern de- partment. * * * To Work for Children's Laws. Governor Stewart has, at the in- stance of those deeply interested in the work, appointed a cortintission of nine members for the state of Mon- tana to co-operate web the national committee for standardizing children laws. The appointees on the commis- sion are: J. A. Walsh, I: D. Phelan, Lester Noble. Miss Belle Fligelman and Dr. Maria M. Dean of Helena: Mrs. Marei.ret J. Rozsa of !little. Mrs. S. M. Souders of Red Lodge, Mrs. T. B. Story of Bozeman and Mrs. L. 0, Edmunds. 'Holm Praet1041. \Did you raise your boy to be al soldier?\ \Net exactly, but I always let buns see when there was a question of who was going to get the best of any argument in the house that I gavel his pa a lighting chance.\ ALWAYS LOOK YOUR BEST As to Your Hair and Skin by Us1110 Cuticura. Trial Free. The Soap to cleanse and purify, th* Ointment to soothe and heal. TheiN fragrant, super -creamy emollients pre. serve the natural purity and beauty' of the skin under conditions which, if neglected, tend to produce a state of irritation and disfigurement. Free sample each by mail with Book. Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv. Count One for Small Boy. A small boy astride of a donkey was taking some supplies to an army camp In Texas not long ago, and got there just its a detachment of soldiers, pre- ceded by a band, was marching past. The lad dismounted and held the bridle of the donkey tightly in 1112 hand. \Why are you holding on to your brother so hard?\ asked a group of soldiers who were standing near and wanted to tease the country boy. \I'm afraid he might enlist,\ said the lad, without batting an eyelash.— Chicago News. Use Hanford's Balsam for nail in the foot. Adv. Sure Proof of Love. \Are you sure that Sam really lovee you?\ \Certainly. I trumped his ace in bridge game the other day and he ad- mitted publicly that I had reason for thinking it the proper thing to do.\— Detroit Free Press. Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it Bears the Signature of Ci si ziiirkM 1 71 In Use for Over 30 ears. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorisi Boots. \%Viten I was a little boy I wanted a pair if boots with tops that reached to my knees.\ \Times have changed.\ \Yes. Now my daughter wanta them.\ OR, J. H. RINDLAUS (Specialist), Eye, Ear Nose and Throat • Fargo, N. b. Not to Be Caught. ' 4161 Doctor—N2w, suppose a Tan Is sud- denly brouglit 1st you suffering from trench feet, hew tv7tin pi treat him? British Medical Corps Recruit (who knows the rigor of the new liquor li- censing laws)—No, sir, you don't catch at all.—The Passing Show. - me Hint way, 01911 treat him Pride Is said to go before a fall. Anyway, a woman's pride usually gives was before her tears begin to fall. THE HIGH QUALITY SEWING MAME NE NOT SOLD UNDER ANY OTHER NAME Write for free fre,klet VoInts to be considered before purchasing a Sewing Machine.\ Learn the tilos. THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINECO.,ORANGE,MAS& Kill All Flies! 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Co. for ten years. A healing wonder for ruisal catarrh, sore throat and sore eyes. EconomicaL etereoniinary dainties end ire:mistrial power. Sample Pre*. 50,.. iii ammise. eq posqw4 br mat Tic. Paxton Todet Company, Roam, law. r HAIR BALSAM, • toilet preparation of merit. Help, to eriAlcate dandruff. For R adoring Color and Meant y toGra y or Faded Halr 60., $1.00 it Dr,gT1.4, PATENTS Watson R. Coleman, Patera Lawyer, Weibingtoia C. Advice and book. free. Kates reasonable. Highest teterences. Beatserricea Fargo Directory Shotwell Floral Co. Greets and shippers of en% Cower, plante. etc. Writ* for catelog. Funeral design* On Short notice Montt oar or mot. rano, N. la W. N. U., FARGO, NO. 29-1916. • I.

Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.), 14 July 1916, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.