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SIDE WHISKERS IN LONDON
Fashion That Was Frowned on Some
Years Ago Seems to Be Com-
The London exquisite Is doing his
best to cultivate side whiskers, a fash
ion that was somewhat frowned upon
n few years ago when Lord Rocksnv
age attempted Its resurrection. But
that was In the days before the war,
and probably It Is as n chnnge from
the regulation military mustache of
the last live or six years that British
young men of today are growing tufts
of hair In front of their ears with most
The earl of Lonsdale and his broth
er, Hon. Lancelot Lowthor, have al
ways been famous In the fashlonahlo
world for wearing "sideboards," but
In this hirsute face fitting they are
usually credited with the desire to sug
gest the "sporting" atmosphere In
which they are generally to be found.
New York Sun.
"Honest, old man, you appear to
be growing shorter."
"No wonder. Three times I've been
let In on the ground floor of oil propo
sitions, with the usual results."
Pretty women probably would not
mnrry homely men If they were not
Tlour table drink
will never bother
nerves or sleep
ifyou Quit coffee
If coffee troubles you, isn't
it better to make the change
now rather than later?
Better health results and
you'll appreciate the econ
omy and convenience.
AT GROCERS EVERYWHERE
"There's a. Reason for Postum
MadetyPostum Cereal Co.Inc, Battle CreekJficL
Girls! Save Your Hair
Make It Abundantl
Immediately after n "Duuderlne"
massage, your hair takes on new lite,
lustre and wondrous beauty, appear
ing twice as heavy and plentiful be
cause each hair seems to Huff nnd
thicken. Dou't let your hair stay life
less, colorless, plain or scruggly. You,
too, want lots of long, strong, beauti
A an-cent bottle of delightful
"Danderlne" freshens your scalp, ,
checks dandruff and falling hair. This
stimulating "beauty-tonic" gives to I
thin, dull, fading hair that youthful !
brightness and abundant thickness '
All druggists 1 Adv. I
She They have a course nt our
college on how to select, and keep.
Do The hire education, eh?
USE "DIAMOND DYES"
Dye right I Don't risk
your material In a poor dye.
Each package of "Diamond
Dyes" contains directions
so simple that any woman
can diamond-dye a new,
rich, fadeless color Into old
garments, draperies, cover
ings, everything, whether
wool, silk, linen, cotton or
Buy "Diamond Dyes"
no other kind then perfect
results are guaranteed.
Druggist h n s "Diamond
Dyes Color Card" 10 rich colors. Adv.
At a school examination the exam
iner nsked one child:
"What are the products of our In
The unhappy Infant begnn nervous
ly to reel off the list she had got by
"Please, sir, India produces curries,
and pepper and rice and citron and
chillis and chutney, andand and
"Yes, yes." snld the examiner Im
patiently. "Whnt comes after all
Another Infant's hand was raised.
"Well, you toll her what comes aft
"Please, sir, Indla-gestlon." London
Not to Be Blamed.
He A self-made mun Is common
enough, but we seldom heur of a self
She Well, considering the kind of
article the men In the self-made busi
ness turn out you can hardly blame as
women for not taking It up." Boston
"That baby has Its mother's nose.
"No, It hasn't. Her nose is nt this
minute poked Into my nffulrs."
Yes, Hazel, actions speak louder
than words. True love holds hands In
A BEVERAGE' .
. ,ffrwrt ,t
nu tfnoo s iw-
fclm Caml CemptnP
L-- n m atT ttwqy
(Contlnuon rrom pnge two.)
V, W. Lolir, pt lot and accretion n. 1.12 c. of lot 2,
ex. tho e. 13 rds. of said tract 20
K. W. Lolir, pt. lot 2, ex. n. 1.12 c 20
V W. Lohr, accretion to lot 2 20
!'. W. Lohr. und. y. s. 18 n. lot 6 20
l W. Lohr, lot 7 20
V. W. Lohr, lot 8 20
Snroh K. White, lot 1 21
Sarah K. White, lot 2 21
Sarah E. White, lot 3 21
Sarah K. White, lot 4 .' 21
Win, lilies, lot 37 21
Amzl Adams, lot 38 21
Live Stock National Bank, Gov. lot 5 21
Live Stock National Hank, Gov. lot 6 21
A. 13. Cownle. pt. lie nw com. 100 ft. 8. of no cor
ner nw thence w. 495 ft. s. 65 ft. o. 495 ft and n.
to point of beginning 21
Dell T. Kamcsbothnm, pt. no nw nw ex. ry. r. o. w.
.off n. side 22
Mary E. Slvlll. sV4 so 27
Phoebe E. linker, pt. lot 2 com. on w. line of c. 13
and off ry. 331.1 ft. n. of e. nnd wVfc Sec. lino
thence w. to original meander lino, thenco s.
along said meander line to point 120 5-110 ft.
ii. of said Ms Sec. line, thenco e. to the w. lino
of said ry. r. o. w., thenco it. to point of be
Mrs. E. Baker, pt. nw no no w. 2 a. ex. bridge c.
ry, r. o. w. across n. end thereof 28
E. J. Metz, s. 30 ft. su uu 28
Alfred Ilallam, lot 3 ex. Lakeside Park 32
Henry Skldmore, no no '. 32
J. J. Elmers, so sw ex. that portion platted as Island
Mary E. Slvlll, ne no ex. school site 33
Mary E. Slvlll, so nc 33
A. Forbes Est., sw so 33
Mary E. Slvlll, w nw 34
Toutixlilp , HuiiRO 17.
Name. Description. Sec.
Frederick W. Lohr, lot 2 6
Frederick W. Lohr, lot t 6
Frederick W. Lohr, lot 5 6
Frederick W. Lohr, lot 3 6
Tounj-lilp 81), Itiiugo 17.
Name. Description. Sec.
Carrie B. Wilson, lot and accretion
ToMiiMilp HH, ltange 18.
Name. Description. Sec.
Jennie Ponncll, pt. lot 8, being 4 a- of following tract
lying in lot 8 com at sw corner of lot 3 In Sec.
2-88-48, thence e. 30 rds. n. 27 rds. west to w.
lino of said lot 3 and s. along suld lino to point
of beginning 1
Fred Herman, lots 3 and 4 12
Jennie E. Pennell, lots 9, 10, 11 and 12 12
Township 81), ltnuge 18.
Name. Description. Sec.
F. W. Lohr, lot 2 13
F. W. Lohr, lot 3 13
F. "W. Lohr, lot 4 ,....13
F. W. Lohr, lot 0 13
Crjhtnl Lake l'nrk.
Name. Description. Sec.
Cora Hedlngton, pt. lot 2, e. 80 ft. of w. 680
J. A. Foye, Jr., pt. lot 2, e. 80 ft of w. 600 ft. . . .f
J. A. Foye, Jr., pt. lot 2, e. 40 ft. of w. 520 ft
J A. Foye, Jr., pt. lot 2, e. 28 ft. of w. 360 ft
J E. McOee, pt. lot 2, w. 80 feet
Cora Hedlngton, pt. lot 3, o. 2S0 ft. of w. 760 ft
Cora Hedlngton, pt. lot 3, s. 80 ft. of e. 125 ft
Name. Description. Sec.
F. W. Lane, lot 4
I Don't Know Club, lot 7
Geo. Dallas, lot 25
Nnme. Description. Sec.
J. E. Easton, lot 4, block 2 .
! Anna E. Johnson, lot 6, block 2
I Anna E. Johnson, lot 7, block 2, eM:
, T. B. Heckert, lot 1, block 3
S. D. Rolvn, lot 2. block 3
J. E. Easton, lot 3, block 3
J. E. Easton, lot 4, block 3
W. S. Ebersole, lot 7, block 3
Name. Description. Sec.
Dr. Tulcott, lot 21, block 2
Name. Description. Sec.
Harry Goodfullow, lots 4, 5, 6, block 3
John P. Olsen, lots 7 and 8, block 3
Harry Goodfellow, lot 1, block 3
Hurry Goodfellow, lot 2, block 3
tt-.... r..infA11r,i' lnt 3 lilfink 3
Witness my hand and official seal this 1st day of ' October .1920.
WALTEIl 13. MllLiUiU,
County Treasurer of Dakota County, Nebraska,
I Beauty In Bells.
I There ia a beauty In bells which is
I fast being lost to the modern world.
' Since we cannot keep them In use ns
I thoy were hundreds of years ago, we
must try to keep up an interest in
those which remain, and learn' what
wo can about one of tho chief boau
ties of tho Middle ages. Soo how many
referoncos to bells can bo found In
great Htoraturo. Tharo is one poem
which stands out and which( wo all
should know, "The Bells." by Edgar
Allan Poe. Brooklyn Eagle.
World's Largest Opal.
Proclaimed as tho largest uncut pre
cious stone in the world, an enormous,
absolutely flawlesB black opal, recent
ly discovered In the United Statos, is
now in the office of a government offi
cial in Washington. Tho gom contains
approximately 21 cubic Inches and
wolghs 2,572,332 carats. It is valued
at $125,000 by tho owners. Tho fa
mous Viennese opal, which was with
out an equal until this specimen was
found, weighs 1,658,927 carats.
Home Versus House.
Homo cannot ho given us. Wo may
bo given a house, a place to eat and
sloop. This is not a home. A homo
Is a place of lovo and rest and poaco.
Love and rest and peace must bo de
served, must be earned. Nobody can
hand them to you as so many pack
ages. Thoy are matters of reciprocity.
If you have none to give there will
be but llttlo for you to receive West
The Stingy Man.
He was known as the stingiost man
In town. Tho Sunday schools wero
planning a picnic and ovory one won
dorod what ho would bring. The leador
read off tho menu and tho different
members offered to bring this or that.
Then one young man said as ho didn't
have auyone to cook for him, he would
bring tho coffee Then tho Htlngy
mun spoke up and said: "I will bring
tho water for the coffee."
Electric Bulb Burst Inwardly.
When an electric bulb Is burst,
either by design or accident, the force
of the explosion is Inwardly This
has boon proved by painting tho bulb
with a harlequin offect, half one color
and half another After tho explosion,
which may bo accomplished by a well
aimed bullet from a pistol, tho colored
pieces will bo found on the opposite
side from which thoy wore originally
A Natural Polisher.
According to tho pearl fishers of
Ceylon nothing so enhances the luster
and sheen of a valuable pearl as ly
ing for a few weeks within tho crop of
a fowl. Asia .Magazine,
40 50.76 '
40 13.95 I
How Mint Buys Gold.
Tho mint buys gold in any form,
whothor coined or not, when present
ed in sums to tho valuo of $50 or
more Tho face valuo of coins Is not
considered, only their woight and
purity. An equivalent amount of law
ful money is given In oxchnngo.
Theoretically, tho gold Is coined and
handed back to tho owner without
charge. In practice, as a mattor of
convenience and to save time, the
mint simply buys tho gold and pays
Its full colnago value that Is, what
it will be when coined.
Average Life, Thirty-Three Vears.
Good authorities givo the average
duration of human llfo as aboirt thirty
threo yoars. Ono quarter of the peo
ple on tho oarth die before tho age
of six, one-half boforo tho ago of six
teen, and only about one person of
each ono hundred born lives to the
ago of Bixty-fivo. The deaths are cal
culated at Blxty-seven a minute, 97,
790 a day and 35,639,885 u year. Births
are calculated at about soventy a min
ute, 100,800 a day and 36,792,000 a
Monarch Showed Gratitude.
In Plutarch's "Llfo of Aloxandor"
ho tolls of the great hattlo tills din
Unfinished Macedonian fought with
Darius nt Gaugumoln, which signifies
"tho cnmol's house," and snya that ono
of tho anclont Persian kings, having
escaped the pursuit of his onoinlos on
it swift camel, In gratltudo to his hoast
sottlod him at this place with an al
lowance of certain vlllnges and rents
for his mulntcnanco so long aH ho
Improved Umbrella Construction.
Mechanically simple ns an unihrella
Is, It must gonoially bo taken all apart
to repair a broken rib or strotehur,
and the task Is beyond most owners
says Popular Mechanics Magazine. A
Drooklyn Inventor has Improved on tho
usual construction by Inserting tho
end of each rib and stretchor botween
a pair of metal ears on the notch and
t minor members, using u Hhort wire
with bent ends or tho pivot
It All Depends.
"Smith must havo bought a car,"
remarked Jones. "What makes you
think thnt?" asked Drown "He used
to talk about the blank-blank auto
mobiles," replied Jones, "but now he
is talking about blank-blank Jaywalk
ers." Cincinnati Knqulror.
It Is a noble and great thing to cover
tho hlomlshes nnd to excuse tho fail
ings of a friend; to draw n curtain
boforo his stains, and to display his
perfections, to bury his woaknossos in
sllonno, but to proclaim his virtues up
on tho housetop. Robert Southerly.
CONTROLLER WILLIAMS HITS
TAX HIGHEST IN THE WORLD
Currency Chief Asserts Heavy Interest
Exacted Contributing Cause to
Shrinkage In Security Values.
Wmhlnctnn. 1). C "Unjustifiable
Interest exacted on demand loans" by
Now York city banks has been an ac
tlvo contributing cause of tho "hugo
shrinkage" in all socurlty values dur
ing tho past year, Comptroller of tho
Currency Williams declared in a1 state
ment. Ho charged that call monoy
rates in Now York woro tho highest
in tho world, and that "renewal" rates
fixed dally by a small "cotorlo,'' of
stock oxchnngo brokors governed "tho
interest charged on brokers' loans In
nearly all Now York banks."
"Tho rahdng or lowering of tho 'ro
aowal' rate on tho oxchango," said Mr.
Williams, "Is frequently accompanied
by, upward or downward movements
In stocks and securities; und thoso
rcsponsiblo tor tho fixing ot tho rate,
therefore, havo tho opportunity,
whothor exorcised of not, of profiting
largoly by operations on Uio stock
market which is so often and direct
ly affected by tho call monoy sltua;
tiou. I do not, of coureo, undortako to
nay that thU Informal 'monoy com
mittee' does tako improper advnntago
of tholr foreknowledge, but there are
critics who 'sovoroly censure tho ex
isting urrnngements. Cortalnly, all
irminnt. nnd thinking business men
wilt agreo that thoro Is danger in tho
concentration ot such opportunity and
power In tho hands of a fow porsons.
Temptation to use this powor for in
dividual profit must nriso nnd human
naturo Is not changed by high posi
tion In tho financial world.
"Powor to fix money rates for all
or nearly all of tlfo banks In Now
York city and to chango thorn dally is
a grip on tho heart of our commerce.
nr,iin Biirh Intoreforoncos as fall
ible human judgment, whim or Inter
est may direct with tho natural and
ordorly movomonts ot monoy, tho life
blood ot business. Tho mattor of ar
bitrarily, fixing monoy rates nt tho
monoy center, possibly rovorslng tho
natural and healthy flow and effect
ing, directly or lndlroctly, billions ot
dollars ot socurlty vnlues and othor
prop-erty Is left to a small and vary
Ing number of prlvato citizens without
official responsibility deciding in a
moment and in socrot.
"Tho ovils nnd dangers of such
mothods could bo roclted indefinitely.
Thoy reach to tho remotest cornora
, .i. ninn nmi itn lHiHsessions and
Il till IIIIIWl. ,- -- .
1 touch harmfully ovory class of pooplo.
Tho direct tondoncy Is to rovorso ono
of tho fundamental purposos of the
fodcral rosorvo net, which Is to pro
mote orderly distribution of monoy
through tho country to moot iho needs
of commerce and ngriculturo. Exces
sive interest rates offered in Now
York artificially draw monoy away
from outside communities through
tholr banks and ofton loavo legitimate
enterprises starvod or pinched, whllo
foodlng spoculatlvo movomonts which
may ho adding nothing to real Indus
trie or eommorclal wealth.
"I reiterate that oxcesslvo ratos on
call money, arbitrarily fixed and tol
erated In Now York, in my opinion
havo boon a potent Influonco In de
pressing sorlously the prlcos of all in
vestment lKinds and standard shares,
tho shrinkage In which In tho last
twelve months has amounted. Includ
ing tho depreciation In Liberty bonds,
to sovornl billion dollars"
More props Predicted.
Chicago. Prlcos on butter eggs nnd
poultry will continue to docllno dur
ing tho noxt month, Frank O. HoII
mnn, chairman of tho general oxocu
tlvo committee of the National Poul
try, Duttor and Hgg association, told
tho organization nt Itn convention.
With cold, dry weather, which would
stimulate laying, eggs will tako a de
cided price drop, ho said.
"TruBtles" Fell Keepers and Escape.
Osslnlng, N. Y. Seven posses wore
searching for Ooorgo Stivers and Mar
cus Hassott, "trustios," who escapod
from Sing Sing after foiling throe
keoporB and stealing an automobllo
from an Osslnlng resident.
Federal Official Dies Suddenly.
Galveston. Grant Hamilton, aged
C5, a special representative of tho foil
oral department of labor, waB found
dead lu his room at a hotal, Physi
cians fluid heait dlscasu caused his
Dynamite Used on Mine,
Morgnntown, W Vu. Tho tlpplo and
tho entrance to tho Ilockford coal
mine of tho Conuollsvillu Dasln Coal
and Coko company at Kockford, W.
Va., noar horo, woro badly damaged
by an explosion of dynamite. Twolve
mon at work In tho mlno succeeded In
making their escape,
King's Condition Better.
AthoiiB. Tho doctors In aUendanco
on King Aloxandor expressed thorn
solves as satisfied with tho king's
Thousands of Happy
are helping their hunbnnds to prosper
are Kind they encouraged thum to go
whero thoy could mnko a homo of their
own snvo paying; rent nnd reduce thn
cost of living where they could reach
prosperity nnd Independence by buying
on eny trrmn
Fertile Land at $15 to
$30 an Acre
land slmllnr to tlmt which through
many years hns yielded from 20 to 43
bimhrls of Mlirnt o the ncrr. Hundreds
of fnrmers In Western Cnnnda have
rnlscd crops in a slnglo senson worth
moro than tho wholo cost of their land.
With such crops como prosperity. Inde
pendence good homes, and nil tho corn
fort nnd conveniences which make for
are sources ot Income second onlv to
irrnln growing nnd stock rnlslng. Good
AtlM.ln nnn,l .m I i-l, l.n t ..I. 1, ,rt )l fl.
schools, Turnl telephone, etc.. glvo you
tho opportunities of a now land with
the conveniences of old settled districts.
For llliutrntod literature, limpa. descrip
tion of farm opportunities in Manitoba,
Stakntchewnn, nnd Allierta. reduced
railway rotes, etr, write Department
of Immigration. Ottawa, Can. or
G. A. COOK, Drawer 197, Water,
town. South D.k.iR. A. GARKETT,
311 Jackson Street, St. I'aul, Minn.
Oanailtan Onvernment Aftenta
Aches, pains, nervousness, diffi
culty In urinating, often mean
terious .disorders. Th'o world's
standard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles
bnng quick rUf and ofttn ward oU
deadly diseases. Known as th national
remady of Holland for mora than 200
years. All druggists, in three sIms,
Look for tfc name GoM Medal on arory bos:
ami ' -
Ladles A few days treatment with
CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS
will do more to ciern
ud the skin than all
the beauty treat-1 gm Efc??rit
ments In crca
ation. An im
caused by a
Millions of people, old. young and middle ace,
take them for Uiliouanesi, Dizziness, Sick
laxc mem ror uiiioumcaa, uiumnj
Headache. Upaet Stomach and (or Sallow,
IXmnlo and nlnlrhv Skin. Thev end tha
misery of Constipation.
SwaHPlU Small Dose Small Price
HEALS RUNNING SORES
"I fcol It my duty to write you a letter
Df thanks tor your wonderful Peterson's
Ointment. I had a running soro on mr
left log for ono year. I beoan to um
Peterson's Ointment three woolts aco and
now It is healed." A. C. Gllbrath, 701
Reed Bt., Erlo, Pa. , , it .
For years 1 have been eelllnfr throuirn
druggists a largo box of PKTERSON'S
OINTMENT for CO cents. The healing
powor in this ointment Is marvelous.
Eczema goes In a few days. Old sores
heal up lllte maslo; plies that other reme
dies do not seem to even relieve are
tpeedlly conquered. Pimples and nasty
tiluckheada disappear In a week and the
distress ot channs kocs In a few minutes.
Mall orders niled. Peterson Olntmont Co.,
Inc., Buffalo, N. Y.
Save Your Hair
Soap 2Sc, Oiahatat 25 and 50c, Taicnm 25c
GREATEST LIFE SAVER
Wardi oil colds, influenza, pneumonia.
and licknesi '
Bulgarian Blood Tea
Svrecteni the itomacli, tonet the liver, fluihea
the kidneys and purifies the blood. Sold
everywhere by drugvitti and grocers.
Hl.ltli iiliviiijiru i,i let-,..!.... ., n-....
---..- ........7.7aul ?,v. . 1 lUllllllfT, ,1,. UVU.
quality: full.itylo. Ketull at wholesale, prlcaa.
Bend bunt ineaauieinont. Itemlt money order.
Monu Ureai Co, Ilox 69, Htu. J, New York.
The main Importance of mica In
modern Industry lies In tho fact that
It Ih one of the best nonconductors
of electricity and Is, therefore, Indis
pensable lu electrical engineering. On
this account the Drltlsh government
took over part of (lie mica field In
India and worked It as a state In
dustry lu order to make sure of hav
ing n constant supply.
Pape's Dlapepsln" for Indigestion
"Pape's DliipepBln" Is tho quickest,
surest roller for Indigestion, Onsen, Flatu
lence Heartburn. Sourness, Kormentatlon
)r Ktomnch DlHtna caused by acidity.
A fow tablets glvo almost tmmedlata
stomach relief and shortly the stomach
s correctod so you ran eat favorite foods
without fear. Iirgo caso costs only (A
:cnts at drug store. Absolutely harmless
and pleasant. Millions helped annually.
Best stomach corrective known Adv.
It's easy i'iiuiikIi lo forgot your
other troubles when you have the
A man's a edit may ho good, hut his
rnsh Ih always better.
aff .-d Morning
uioan iiocir "' nuoirny
I'rit, Tvr lr,e It' Car Uoeh Murln Co.ChlugAILU