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HELP THAT ACHIN6 BACK1
Is your back giving out? Are you
tortured with backache and stabbing
'al out?' yo just can't
keep going? Likely your kidneys are
to blame. Overwork, colds, hurry and
worry tend to weaken the kidneys.
Backache is often the first warning.
Headache and dizziness may come, too,
and annoying kidney irregularities. Help
he kidneys with Doan's Kidney Pills
the remedy recommended by thou
ands. Ask your neighbor!
A Wisconsin Case
reefing more tired than before going
to bed. I used Doan's Kidney Pills
and they soon corrected the trouble."
Gat Dean's at Any Store,60c a Bos
FOSTER -MILBURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y.
FOR CHILDREN AND
St. Paul, Minn.:"Ever since I was a
tiny child Dr.
ant Pellets were
[standby as a
1 household rem-
(edy in all cases
of stomach and
kWe never had a
[cold or sore
throat that my
mother did not
start her treatment with Dr. Pierce's
Pellets and I have no doubt they saved
her many a doctor bill. These Pellets
are easy to take, as well as being mild
in their action. Since I married I keep
the Pellets in my home and I have
only the highest praise for them."
MRS. J. R. STEVENS, 515 Fuller St.
Made of May-apple, therefore harm
less. All druggists.
Clears the Skin
and Keeps it Clear
SMP 25C, OfrtaMt 25 and 50c, Talcu 25c
tobacco makes 5 0
good cigarettes for
Fortify your system with
FORCEthe wonderful re
vitalizer and reconstructive
nnedualad In Its strength-giving
and op-building qualities.
SM fa nUttk /rof|' ewnwfcw., Of
(tnt/H awn. womm ami thllinn.
It Makes for Strength
Sufferers should go for permanent relief to
Mudbaden Sulphur Springs Co., Jordan, Mian,
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FRECKLE S .gsBgffl ta
Though He's Probably Forgotten,
After a woman captures a man and
leads him away from the altar she
jbf spends the rest of her life trying to
ML find out the name of the first girl he
W. kissed.Toledo Blade.
lacn Ctear.f Healthy
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W. N. U., Minneapolis No. 11-1921.
Watching the Work
Mrs. Pat McNa*
mee, Church St,
Monte Ho, Wis.
says: "I used to
have trouble with
my kidneys. They
were weak and in
showed signs of
disorder. My back
ached and it broke
my rest at night.
iMornings I arose
ASK FOR TEN MILLION
Measures Drafted Call for Large Sum
for University Maintenance and
St. PaulApproximately $10,000,000
/or maintaining and expanding the
University of Minnesota during the
next two years as well as relieving
present emergencies, is asked in bills
before the legislature.
Introduced by Representatives J. W.
Olsen and W. I. Norton of Minneapolis,
the bills are now in the hands of the
house appropriations committee with
hearings planned for an early date.
University authorities declared that
growth of the institution is dependent
upon the granting of their fund re
quests. At present University depart
ments are approximately $500,000 shy.
Of the bills introduced $1,087,635 is
asked as an emergency measure for
the current year for increase of the
faculty and purchase of supplies as
follows: Additional instructor $240,000
Supplies, equipment, etc 298,179
Salary increases for current
The needs for building and main
tenance during the next biennium is
set at $4,328,020 for the year 1921-1922,
and $4,164,000 for the year 1922-1923.
The total of $8,492,020 is an increase
of $2,492,020 over -the corresponding
biennium Just ending, and which was
granted by the legislature. For the
building program there has already
been authorized $560,000. Because of
necessity for shortening the program
an additional $560,000 is asked of the
Included in the bills are calls for
appropriations for agricultural exten
sion work, promotion of vocational ed
ucation in trades and industries, and
for social hygiene work in co-operation
with the federal government.
Amended Street Car Bill Passes.
By a vote of 40 to 23 the Minnesota
Senate passed the bill giving to the
Railroad and Warehouse commission
regulation of rates for street railway
companies and authorizing the issu
ance of state permits in the place of
The bill, which was a substitute for
the original Brooks-Coleman bill, pro
viding for street railway control, was
amended in minor particulars, but pro
ponents of the measure resisted every
attempt during the course of a five
hours' debate to pass destructive
As now framed, the bill gives to the
Railroad ^nd Warehouse commission
original jurisdiction in the establish
ment of rates of fare. It leaves to the
cities, however, all power over exten
sions, routing and service. It makes
possible the exchange of present fran
chises for Indeterminate state permits,
such permits to he revokable at will of
the Legislature. The bill now goes to
For Deep Waterway. Project.
A joint resolution urging Congress
to continue the expenditure of 2,000.-
000 annually in the improvement of the
upper Mississippi river to create a six
foot channel and to make the river
navigation feasible at all times during
the season when the river is open, was
introduced in the house by a number
The resolution cites the fact that
Congress appropriated $20,000,000 for
the improvement of the river, to be
expended at the rate of $2,000,000 an
nually but that the expenditures have
^t declares that, owing to the short
age of cars and the increase of 100 per
cent in rail rates, Northwestern ship
pers are suffering the loss of millions
of dollars in the loss or damage to
valuable goods and increased freight
rates which might be saved if the river
were improved, to permit the use of
self-propelling barges, an entirely prac
tical proposition, as has been'' demon
strated. Compensation Bills Passed.
The five workmen's compensation
bills, passed by the senate, are in sub
stantially the same form as introduced
in the senate early in the session. They
passed the house with but slight
amendment and the senate refused to
accept any changes, except in minor
matters concerning phraseology and in
exempting the state and the municipal
subdivisions thereof from compulsory
features of the bill.
The principal fight in the senate yes
terday developed on an amendment of
fered by Senator Joe Jackson of St.
Paul, to increase the maximum com
pensation from the $18 a week limit,
provided for in the bill, to $20 per
week, and the minimum from $8 to
$10:* Proposes Alien Registration.
A bill proposing the registration of
aliens throughout the state every two
years has been prepared by Walter L..
Scott, secretary of the fire department
of Minneapolis. The registration is to
be conducted by city and village wards
with the purpose of preventing aliens
from' voting at the polls. Mr. Scott
became interested in this question in
1918 when he was in charge of the
alien registration. He. found at that
time that many had been voting in his
ward for years who had never taken
out their citizenship papers.
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THE TOMAHAWK, WHITE EARTH, MINN.
A NERVOUS WOMAN
St. Paul, Minn.:"At different times
I nave taken Dr. Pierce's medicines and
they proved very beneficial. I have
taken the Favorite Prescription as a
woman's tonic and found it very
strengthening to the nervous system and
I have taken the Golden Medical Dis
covery as a blood purifier and a tonic to
build me up when I was rundown. It
also was very beneficial. These medicines
of Dr. Pierce's are both very good and I
would certainly take them again should
I need such medicines." Mas. AAKON
MARTS, 700 E. 6th St.
All Druggists Liquid or Tablets.
Seedme a post-cordtodayandI will show
you turn to get thla dandy guaranteed
I radium dial watch and a genuine leather
fob without a ent of eo.1, Watch ahowattia.
clearly In tha dsrk. HandJoof W SOTOottoa
them Yoaconboth.next, lt'aomr. Wrltotoday
A soft heart and a hard head make
a combination that is hard to beat.
RUB OUT SORENESS,
SPRAINS, BACKACHE WITH
OLD ST. JACOBS OIL
Back hurt you? Can't straighten up
without feeling sudden pains,* sharp
aches and twinges? Now, listen! That's
lumbago, sciatica, or maybe from a
6train, and you'll get blessed relief the
moment you rub your back with sooth
ing, penetrating "St. Jacobs Oil!"
Nothing else takes out soreness, lame
ness and stiffness so quickly. Ton
simply rub it on and out comes the
pain. It is perfectly harmless and
doesn't burn or discolor the skin.
Limber up! Don't suffer! Get si
small trial bottle from any drug store,
and after using it just once you'll for
get that you ever had backache, lum
bago or sciatica, because your back
will never hurt or cause any more mis
ery. It never disappoints and has been
recommended for GO years. Stop drug
ging kidneys! They don't cause back
ache, because they have no nerve*,
therefore can not cause pain.Adv.
Most men fire up when you throw
cold water on their schemes.
"Cold In the Head"
Is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrn.
Those subject to frequent "colds in the
head" will And that the use of. HALL'S
CATARRH MEDICINE Will build up the
System, cleanse the Blood and render
them less liable to colds. Repeated at
tacks of Acute Catarrh may lead to
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is
taken internally and acts through the
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys
tem, thus reducing the inflammation and
restoring normal conditions.
All Druggists. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio,
It is unwise to judge a man's intel
lect by the size of his mouth.
ELL-ANS FOR INDIGESTION
why ii's toasted
To seal In the
Aches, pains, nervousness, diffi*
culty in urinating, often mean
serious disorders. The workfs
standard remedy for kidney. liver,
bladder and uric add troubles-
bring quick relief and often ward of
dMdVdiawttM. Known aa the national
raaedjr of Holland far mere than 2SS
tut. An druggist*, in time atertk
o^sjoj sxiaijit no JnitafaMo
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
Little FallsMiss Esther Chapman,
25 years old, victim of sleeping sick
ness for five weeks, died at St. Ga
PipestoneThirteen former service
men qualified in an examination here
to receive vocational training provided
by the government
LuverneThe 4 year old son of Ca
sey Van Batavia was drowned in a
foot of water in a rainbarrel at their
farm home near here.
HastingsAt a meeting of the Hast
ings board of education tonight B. A'.
Durbahn was elected superintendent of
schools for the coming year.
Fergus FallaWreck of a fast
freight train on the Great Northern
railroad at Parkdale, south of this city,
blocked traffic over that line several
New RichlandPlans were made for
a fast semi-professional baseball club
here this summer at a meeting which
formed the New Richland Baseball as
MarshallD. E. Brunskill and Louis
Hanson, both of Russell were badly in
jured when the automobile in which
they were riding crashed in the road
and turned over.
WorthingtonHenry Wasslund, 54
years old, for 29.years a farmer in De
.wald township, committed suicide by
hanging himself from a rafter in a
barn on his farm-
Grand 'RapidsThe farmers insti
tute meetings planned for Itasca coun
ty March 15 to 19 inclusive are attract
ing considerable'attention from the
farmers in the county.
MinneapolisBuilding labor condi
tions in Minnesota were reported sat
isfactory by an executive committee of
the Minnesota Building Employers as
sociation, which met here at the Build
MinneapolisMinneapolis public lib
rary patrons during 1920 read 1,537,954
looks. Of these, 1,095,603 were read
by those who borrow their books from
the branch libraries and 298,245 by
those who use the central library.
St. PaulThomas Dixon, Negro, who
on February 22 shot and instantly
killed Mrs. Alberta Williams and Misa
Rose Brown, was sentenced to Stillwa
ter prison for7
life when he pleaded
guilty to murder'in the second degree.
MontevideoPolice authorities of
Chippewa and Lac qui Parle counties
have been unable to solve the mys
tery which surrounds the death of
Sam Robinson, 65 years old, a livery
man of this city. Robinson's frozen
body was found not far from this place
on Feb. 20.
BemidjlA modern junior and se
nior high school building will be erect
ed on the site of the school recently
destroyed by fire, the board of educa
tion decided. The new school will
have a capacity of 800 students and
will be one, of the best educational
buildings in the northwest.
MinneapolisGas consumers who
have failed to pay ^he Minneapolis
Gas Light company the difference be
tween the temporary rate of 5 cents
a thousand cubic feet and the perma
nent rate of $1.14 for the period from
February 18 to July 26, 1920, were or
dered to pay or have their gas shut oft
by Judge Wilbur F. Booth in the Uni
ted States district court.
St. PaulEvery possible aid to
those who knock at our doors" is
urged by Royal A. Stone, state Ameri
canization chairman of the American
Legion, in a bulletin wbjch just has
been issued. The bulletin urges aid
in education by establishment of eve
ning schools where none now exist,
and by aiding new arrivals to obtain
Fergus FallsRoss Petrie killed him
self at his home, near this city. A
party in honor of his twenty-second
birthday anniversary was held and
when it was over he expressed'a wish
to shoot himself. A gun was taken
away from him, but he slipped away
in the night and hanged himself to s\
tree. Disappointment- in a love affair
is given as the cause.
MinneapolisOne hundred seventy
boys from all parts of Minnesota, ex
celling in club work designed to in
crease and improve production of live
stock, grains and other farm products,
are to be given free trips to the 1921
Minnesota State Fair and memberships
in the annual boys' camp at the fair
grounds. Two boys 15 years or over
who have made the best records this
year will be selected from each county
for the trip in 1922.
MinneapolisPat Murphy, alleged
millionaire lumberman of Gilbert, who
operates a soft drink place for diver
sion, was one of the 18 men arrested
by federal prohibition agents in a se
ries of raids last night at Eveleth, Gil
bert, Little Falls, Chaska and Waconla,
Paul D. Keller, supervising federal pro
hibition agent, reported.
RochesterArtie Naow, Japanese
restaurant proprietor, was arrested
charged with the manufacture of moon
shine. Suspicion was drawn to Naow
when the sewer at Ms home became
clogged. Plumbers iound raisins
caused V, e*trouble.
MRS. BUETTE TELLS
Prominent New Hampshire
Woman Says Tan lac
Brought About a Won
derful Change in Her
"Tanlac is a grand medicine, and I
think every suffering woman ought to
know about it," was the statement
made recently by Mrs. Aurore Bar
rette, at her residence, 133 Second
^Street, Manchester, New Hampshire.
Mrs. .Barrette is a well known and
highly respected resident of that city.
"I have not felt at all well for the
past year or more," she continued. "I
haven't been sick enough to be in bed,
but I was far from being a well
woman. At times I thought I had
kidney trouble, for I suffered almost
constantly from severe pains across
my back, just over the kidneys. When
ever 1 tried to do any housework at
all that dull pain would be there, and
if I attempted to stoop over it just
felt as though my back would break.
I would get so weak and worn out
I would have to sit down and rest
several times a day, and I felt tired
"This condition made me awfully
nervous, so that I rarely ever slept
well at night, and every now and
then I would jump in my sleep, as if
in a fright, and my condition was
really becoming serious.
"Only two bottles of Tanlac have
brought about a wonderful change in
my condition. In fact, the results I
have received from this medicine have
really surprised me. Those terrible
R. A GARRETT 311 Jscktti St, ST. PAUL, MINN.
Canadian Government Agent.
We cannot expect good to come back
to us unless we send out good.
Freshen a Heavy Skin
With the antiseptic, fascinating Cuti
cura Talcum Powder, an exquisitely
scented convenient, economical face,
skin, baby and dusting powder and
perfume. Renders other perfumes su
perfluous. One of the Cuticura Toilet
Trio (Soap, Ointment, Talcum).Adv.
Plant at Victoria Falls.
The project to erect a power plant
at Victoria Falls, on the Zambesi
river, in South Africa, has been re
vived and It Is exceedingly likely that
a 250,000 horsepower plant will soon
be under way at that place. It has
been under discussion for many years,
but the one thing which stood In the
way was the proximity of cheap coal,
but this fuel is now at such a price
that there is a demand for hydro
electric power. Current will probably
be conveyed to the Rand mines, 600
When a Feller Needs a Friend.
Aristocratic Aunt (to small nephew
from the country playing in the snow)
Please remember, Theodore, while
you are visiting us, that it will be
unnecessary for you to make your
own snowmen. What are the servants
lor?Passing Show, London.
When a young man or a clock gets
too fast a setback is necessary.
MRS. AURORE BARRETTE
of Manchester, New Hampshire
pains in my back which used to trou
ble me every day have .almost disap
peared, and I am going to keep on
taking Tanlac until they leave me en
tirely. I have lots of energy now, and
am not only able to do my house
work, but I get through the day with
out feeling the least bit tired. am
no longer nervous, like I was, aiut 1
sleep well at night.
"I shall always be thankful for
what Tanlac has done for me."
Tanlac Is sold by leading druggist*
fanner and stock raiser. And remember, you can buy on easy terms
Farm Land at *15 to *30 An Acre
land equal to thatwhich through manyyears hasyielded from SO to 40 busMto
of wheat to the aoragrazins land-convenient to good
grain farmsatproportionatelylowprices. These landshave
every rural convenience good schools, churches, roads, tele*
phones, etc., close to livetownsand good markets.
If youwant to get back to the farm, or to farm on a larger
scale than is possible under yourpresent^conditions, investi
gate what Western Canada has to offer yoo
Starfltartratadlitaratora with maps ana partfadarsiwew
ndhray rata*, location of land,etc, apply to DapartSMat of
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as profitable ss grsln growing. Successes as wonderful
as those from growing wheat, oats/barley, and flax have been made in
raising Horses. Cattle. Sheep anrf Hogs. Bright, sunnylclimate, nutnt*thot
ions grasaesvsood water,enormousfoddercrops1
-thes spel success
Persever&nce.is the road to success
and sometimes to state's prison.
$12.50 GOODYEAR RAINCOAT FREE
Goodyear Mfg. Co., 2263-R Goodyear
Bldg., Kansas City, Mo., is making an
offer to send a handsome raincoat free
to one person in each locality* who
will show and recommend it to
friends. Write for one today.Adv.
"Minstrel" in Audience.
At an amateur minstrel show one oi
the minstrels asked what was the dif
ference between a man in love and a
woman in love.
"I don't know," said the interlocu
tor, "what is It?"
~"Well," replied Rastus, "a woman
In love acts like a darn fool and a
man isn't acting."
There was a pause and then a voice
In the audience said in a tone loud
enough to be heard by all around:
TTo must be in love, then."
Wished "Hand Biscuit."
Robert D., age three, had tasted his
first "lady finger," and, wishing an
other, was at a loss to know what to
ask ior, so made -the following at
"Please, mother, may I have another
Dbn*t forget that an ounce of keep
ing your mouth shut is worth a pound
ooiy-huildm which Nature
and oaiiey, arere^ainedinthis
easily digestible food.
TheuniQue tweet flavor
of GrapeNuts makes it
a big favorite with both
children and adults.
There's a Reason
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