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Mrs. Wilton's Letter Should
Be Read by All Women
Clearfield, Pa." After my last chfld
was born last September I was unable
I to do all of my own
work. I had severe
pains in my left side
every month and had
fever and sick dizzy
spells and such pains
during my periods,
which lasted two
weeks. I heard of
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound doing others
so much good and
I thought I would give
it a trial. I have been very glad that I
did, for now I feel much stronger and do
all of my work. I tell my friends when
they ask me what helped me, and they
think it must be a grand medicine. And
it is. You can use this letter for a tes
timonial if you wish.''Mrs. HARRY A.
WILSON, R. F. D. 6, Clearfield, Pa.
The experience and testimony of such
women as Mrs. Wilson prove beyond a
doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound will correct such trou
bles by removing the cause and restor
ing the system to a healthy normal con
dition. When such symptoms develop
as backaches, bearing-down pains, dis-
lacements, nervousness and "the
woman cannot act too promptly
in trying Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound if she values her future com
fort and happiness.
More Widows Than Widowers.
According to the United States cen
sus of 1920, there are in this country
at this time 3,170,000 widows and only
1,471,390 widowers. This indicates
that the chances are, on the average,
two to one that a man will pass away
before his wife. The main reason for
this condition of affairs is that the
wife Is generally several years young
er than the husband, and then, too,
at the ages above fifty the mortality
rate for men Is much higher than for
women.Bankers' Life Bulletin.
GusFather, where do you find a
bight of water?
FatherDon't ask stupid questions I
Near the mouth of a river, of course 1
Stop That Backache!
Those agonizing twinges, that dull,
throbbing backache, may be warning of
erious kidney weaknessserious if neg
lected for it might easily lead to gravel,
dropsy or fatal Bright's'disease. If you
are suffering with a bad back look for
other proof of kidney trouble. If there
are dizzy spells, headaches, tired feel
ing and disordered kidney action, get
after the cause. Use Doan's Kidney
Pills, the remedy that has helped thou
sands. Satisfied users recommend
Doan's. Ask your neighoorl
A Wisconsin Case
Mrs. M. J. Rech.
Taylor St., Lan
caster, Wis., says:
"I was suffering
kidneys and back
ache. Stooping: and
bending sent pain
through my back
and kidneys. My
kidneys acted ir
used Doan's Kid
ney Pills for a'*-
sbort tlme.and they relieved the back
ache and regulated my kidneys to a
healthy and normal condition."
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Watching the Work
NO SHARE IN BONUS
Conscientious Objectors Claim To
Bonus Defeated In House By Rec
ord Breaking Vote After
St. Paul"Conscientious objectors"
who were forced to serve in the army
will not share in the benefits of the
Minnesota soldiers' bonus law.
The house once more made this
plain when it buried by a vote of 98
to 28 the bill by Otto D. Nellermoe,
Minneapolis socialist, removing the
limitations placed by the 1919 law on
sharing in the bonus. The vote fol
lowed the most peppery debate of the
Amendments to the bonus act mak
ing it more liberal in its provisions are
being prepared by a subcommittee of
the committee on soldier's bonus, the
house was informed by Chairman J.
B. Hompe and Sherman W Child of
the committee. Mr Child said that
the amendments probably will make
all men who enlisted eligible to the
bonus, taking care of soc-alled "alien
objectors" who showed their willing
ness to serve by enlisting The con
scientious objector, however, will not
be recognized by the committee He
pointed out in the debate that men
who served time in Leavenworth
prison for military offenses would get
the bonus if the Nellermoe bill passed.
Gladiatorial combats between man
and beast would be an offense against
the law under a bill backed by the
Minnesota Humane society, which is to
be introduced this week in the legis
lature. The bill is prompted by the
wild west show at the State Fair last
fall, which aroused considerable ad
verse comment because of the rough
handling of steers by the cowboys.
Prairie chicken hunters may have
their inning this fall. The senate in
committee of the whole recommended
a bill opening the season for 1921.
Fishing season would open May 15 in
stead of May 1, under another bill
given favorable consideration. The
object being t6 protect fish in spawn
Town road overseers, except in Hen
nepin, Ramsey and St. Louis counties,
will receive $4 .a day instead of $3, un
der a bill passed by the house, 104 to 0.
Even though the house defeated a
bill changing the weight of corn on the
ear fronj 70 pounds to 80 pounds in
October and November and 75 pounds
in December and January, the senate
unanimously passed the measure, af
ter an amendment providing that buy
ers "may" take these weights. This
means the bill will come up again in
the house, and with the compulsory
provision striken out, probably it will
JURY SERVICE FOR WOMEN
Women's organizations are backing
the bill by Representative C. E. Hul
bert of Eden Prairie, making women
liable for jury duty on the same basis
as men. Having full citizenship In
other respects, leading women think
their sex should assume the duty of
sitting in judgment on their peers.
Many supposed that jury duty went
hand in hand with the ballot, but that
is not the case. In several suffrage
states women are not accepted' a9
jurors. The Minnesota law says that
"a petit jury is a body of 12 men," and
a grand jury also is defined as a body
of "men." While sometimes the term
"men" is held to embrace both sexes,
legal opinion is against that construc
tion in the case of }ury service.
The Hulbert bill is to be taken up at
a public hearing before the house ju
diciary committee soon. There is a
wide difference of opinion, and pre
dictions are made that the bill is not
to have easy sledding.
TAIL LIGHT BILL POSTPONED
Country people are not ready to hang
tail lights on their wagons to avoid the
danger of being run down by the auto
mobiles of their neighbors and city
friends, members of the House of Rep
resentatives were convinced, so the
bill to require such tail lights was in
definitely postponed in committee of
A bill to establish a single standard
of morality was one of 11 measures
recommended to $ass by the commit
tee, while 10 others were.progressed.
Giving to the Railroad and Ware
house commission the power to regu
late rates and charges of electric light
and power companies- in Minnesota is
the object of a bill introduced in the
state Senate by Senator W. A. Nolan
of Grand Meadow.
Bi-Monthly Pay Asked.
State employees, now paid once a
month, would receive their pay twice
each month, under a bill sponsored by
Senator Mike Boylan of Virginia.
Elective officers and heads of depart
ments are excepted.
Coroner's and Juror's Pay Raised.
Coroners and justice court jurors
are raised to $2 a day for services in
H. F. 327. Heretofore they have $1
per day and it has been difficult to
secure men to serve without compel
ling them to appear.
THE TOMAHAWK, WHITE EARTH, MINN.
Estonia Settled Ml
"Eatonic is wonderful," says C. W.
Burton. "I had been a sufferer from
stomach trouble for 20 years and now
I am well."
Eatonic gets right after the cause of
stomach troubles by taking up and
carrying out the acidity and gases and
of course, when the cause is removed,
the sufferer gets well. If you have
sourness, belching, indigestion, food
repeating or any other stomach
trouble, take Eatonic tablets after
each meal and find relief. Big box
costs only a trifle with your druggist's
The Chinese laundry had ruined his
collars. Their saw-edge was cutting
his neck. Besides, they looked dis
graceful. He thought it was time to
complain, because they had been laun
dered only a few times.
"See here, Lee Sam," he began. "I
won't have this 1 You are simply ruin
ing every collar I possess! Why don't
you take a little more pains? What
are you going to do about it?"
The laundryman looked at him with
out emotion, and said: "You buy more
The man who Is always telling you
that the coat doesn't make the man
is not in the tailoring business.
It is easy to be generous of another
Br onto -%n
Be sure its Bromo
The genuine bears this signature
.Minneapolis, Minn.'A one time
mother had me take Dr. Pierce'*
ery. I remem-
ber so well
what it did
for me in the
of spirit I
found myself getting stronger and I
now enjoy good health. To mothers
with delicate daughters I would rec
ommend the use of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery as a sure
means of bringing Increased vital
ity."MRS. CHARLES SHAFFER,
2313 Eleventh Ave. S.
All druggists sell Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery in both
liquid and tablet form.
live close to Nature
Bulgarian Blood Tea
Is Nature's purest herbs. Take It hot to
kill colds, flush the kidneys, sweeten the
stomach and purify the blood. Sold by
druggists and grocers everywhere.
W. N. Minneapolis, No. 5-1921.
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News From All Parts of Minne
sota Given in Condensed
EVENTS BRIEFLY TOLD
Where Busy Readers Will Find News
From All parts of State Tersely
Chronicled for Their
Ivanhoe.A special election has
aeen called to vote on a $10,000 bond
issue to enlarge the school house here.
OwatonnaAaron S. Bragg, pioneer
resident of Steele county and Civil war
yeteran died at the home of his daugh
WasecaThe Waseca county fair
will be conducted here Sept. 13, 14, 15
and 16, according to announcement by
the fair board.
NorthfieldDr. William A. Hunt, ac
tive in state Masonic and medical cir
cles, died at his home here, following
an illness of several months.
St. Peter.Mrs. Oliver Anderson, 84
years old, a reuident of Minnesota for
60 years, is dead. ^Irs. Anderson came
to America from Norway before the
Sleepy Eye.Fred Kissner, 77 years
old, dropped dead while attending a
prayer meeting at the home of a neigh
bor. He had been a resident of this
section since 1868.
St. PaulAppointment of Dr. F. E.
Cobb, Minneapolis, to the state board
of dental examiners, to succeed Dr.
Benjamin A. Sandy, was announced by
Governor J. A. O. Preus.
Rochester-^-A. D. Wilson, state di
rector of extension work at the uni
versity farm, was the chief speaker
here at the annual gathering of the
Olmstead county farm bureau, attend
ed by 300 farmers.
St. Paul.County commissioners
representing virtually every county in
the state attended the annual meeting
in the Senate chamber of the Old Capi
tol building of the State Association of
HendricksVoters at a special elec
tion here have acted favorably on a
proposition to islue $60,000 worth of
bonds* for rebuilding the public school
which was destrpyed by fire a few
St. PaulErection of a livestock ex-,
position and sales building to cost
$250,000 was suggested to the Kansas
club of South St. Paul by L. E. Potter,
president of the Minnesota Farm Bu
WinonaFred L. Harrigan, local
manager of the Tri-State Telephone
company was found dead with a bul
let wound in his head in his office at
the telephone exchange shortly after
he had come to work.
MinneapolisA local branch of the
National No-Tobacco league, which
purposes to abolish the use of tobacco,
will be formed in Minneapolis within
the next ten days, B. C. Hoyt, of Will
mar, Minn., field secretary, said.
LuverneA two-bit piece yith in
terest which had accrued during 50
years was received by I. S. Woodrow
of this city, mailed by a boyhood
friend who declared he had#desired to
square himself with the world.
MinneapolisMayors of Minnesota
will convene at the reception room of
Mayor J. E. Meyers in their third an
nual conference Feb. 7 and 8, Mayor
Meyers announced. It is expected
that 100 mayors will attend, he said.
OwatonnaOwatonna has been se
lected for the subdftitrict high school
declamation contest Feb. 11. Teams
entered will represent Hayfleld, Dodge
Center, West Concord and Waseca.
Winners will go to the district contest.
Redwood FallsNick Bernardy, a
farmer living near Seaforth was seri
ously injured when his clothing be
came caught in a corn shredder. He
was thrown around the shaft twice be
fore the belt slipped off, stopping the
.Redwood FallsFirst steps toward
establishing a co-operative creamery in
Redwood Falls were taken at a meet
ing of dairymen of Redwood county.
Committees were named to solicit far
mers* to purchase stock and agree to
sell their cream to the new institution.
Albert LeaPolice announced today
that a quantity of goods stolen from
the Fair store here has been recovered
and a Mexican who gave the name of
Pietro is being held in connection with
the robbery. The police raided the
Mexican's home and recovered some
of the silk which was reported stolen.
WorthingtonPlans are now being
made for a district Baptist meeting
here early in March under the direc
tion of the National Missionary union
of the Baptist church. Worthington
has been selected as one of the five
points in Minnesota where similar
meetings will be. conducted to which
churches in the surrounding district
will send delegates.
DuluthLogging operations In the
north woods have been below normal
thus far this winter, according to re
ports to lumber dealers here, and
while every effort will be made to
catch up on production during the re
mainder of the season, the oiftput Of
logs for the year, they say, will be
considerably less than in the preceding
BrainerdA, surveying crew is lo
cating the route of the proposed state
road No. 8 from Crosby north to a
point where it will connect with that
part of the state road now under con.
Quaker Minister Is
Grateful to Tanlac
Rev. Parker Moon
Nearly everybody in Southwest Mis
souri either knows or has heard of
the Rev. Parker Moon, who for a full
half century has devoted his life and
talents to Sunday school and organi
zation work for the Society of Friends
"Uncle Parker," as he is more famil
iarly known, came from fine old rug
ged Quaker stock, and there is not a
better known or more highly respect
ed citizen in that part of the sjate.
In referring to his remarkable res
toration to health by Tanlac, he said:
"About five years ago I suffered
a general breakdown. My principal
trouble was nervous indigestion. My
appetite was very poor and my food
seldom'agreed with me, and I had to
live on a very restricted diet. I suf
fered a great deal from headaches
and dizzy spells I had severe pains
across the small of my back and was
badly constipated most of the time.
In fact, I was so weak and rundown
I was not able to attend to my duties.
"This condition made me very nerv
ous and I could not sleep at night.
Frequently I would lie awake most
all night and was in that condition
more or less for five years. My phy
sician said he could not do anything
for me and suggested a change of
Millionaires are supposed to lean to
ward a philosophic pessimism, but
there is one who is evidently a genu
He met a friend and said: "Come
and see my new steam laundry."
The friend Was somewhat sur
"I didn't'know you went in for that
sort of thing," he said.
"I don't as a rule," replied the mil
lionaire. "I bought this one quite by
mistake. It was the auctioneer's fault.
I hadn't time to get a catalogue, and
I thought he said steam launch! So
I nodded, and they landed me with
That millionaire is going to make
that laundry pay
"Woodman, spare that tree!" cried
"All right. No more wood pulp, no
more paper, no more poetry."Louis
There are seven varieties of the
Character Is a diamond that
scratches every other stone.Bartol.
climate. I then moved to Texas and
went back and forth three times, but
did not get the relief I had bop#d for.
Finally, I got so bad off I was not
able to get around with any degree
of comfort. I was also tolft I had
"I had read about Tanlac and, as it
had been very highly recommended
to .me, I decided to try it. I got a
bottle and had taken only a few doses
until I could notice a marked im
provement in my condition. I noticed
especially that I was not troubled any
more with sour stomach after eating,
which was a great relief.
"I kept on taking TanIa until I
fully regained my health. My appe
tite is splendid I enjoy my meals and
I do not find it necessary now to take
any laxative medicines of any kind.
I can sleep much better and am not
nearly so nervous.
"I take great pleasure In recom
mending Tanlac to anyone who needs
a good system builder, or who suffers
with stomach trouble. I have recom
mended Tanlac to a great many of my
friends and am pleased to reach others
by giving this statement for publica-
Tanlac is sold by leading druggists
MAN OF OPTIMISTIC STRAIN LEFT THE HONORS BALANCED
Millionaire Bought "Laundry" Instead
of "Launch," but Refused to
IkE STURDY FOOD\&LUE$
of wheat^nd malted barley
College President Had by No Means
the Best of "Guessing" Contest
Which He Began.
The president of an Indiana college
In a talk to teachers told them that
many teachers did not wish to be
ognized as teachers, and in an effort
to illustrate his remark told the fol
lowing experience he had:
"I was traveling West last sum-
mer," he said, **and met on the train
au attractive young woman. In a
casual way I asked her where she
taught school. She hastily replied:
'Why, how do you know" that I
"Presently I said: 'What do you
teach?" I had simply guessed she was
teacher, and later found out that
she was a teacher of romance lan
guage? in the East. In an effort to
get even with me, I presume, she
'"And what do you suppose I took
'Well,' I said, 'I really don't know.
What was it?'
'"An undertaker,' she retorted."
He that is conscious of crime, how
ever bold by nature, becomes a cow*
The ferret is a domestic variety ol
as in no other
prepared cereal food
Its rich.nut-like flavor attracts
and its nourishing Qualities
are staunch. Unlike most pre
pared cereals, GrapeNu.t6
needs no added sweetening
SOLD BIT GROCERS EVERYWHERE